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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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A review finds missed opportunities to protect a four-year-old who died

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after being given drugs by her mother.

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Poultry farmers in Lincolnshire say they're losing millions of pounds

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from the recent outbreak of bird flu.

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We must limit all movement on and off farm that isn't essential

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and we must try and tackle this disease.

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The junction near Grimsby that caught out three car drivers

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The shops making spending a penny a bit easier in Boston.

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The classical composer from Hull who filled the Hollywood Bowl.

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With more disturbed weather on the way join me for a detailed weather

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forecast. She was only four years

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old and she was fed drugs by her own mother, who was supposed

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to be looking after her. Now a new report out today shows

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there were several missed opportunities by social services,

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health services and the police, to protect Poppy Widdison

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from Grimsby before she died. Laura Foster's been

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following this case. Three and a half years ago Poppy

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was found at her home What caused her death is still not

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known, but tests showed Poppy had ingested a cocktail of drugs for up

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to six months before her death - including heroin, sedatives,

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methadone and ketamine. Last month Poppy's mother

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Michala Pyke and Pyke's ex partner John Ritting were found guilty

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of child cruelty after feeding Poppy illicit drugs

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at Ritting's home in Grimsby. Poppy's grandmother

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spoke outside court. She was just beautiful, she really

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was. You couldn't wish for a better little girl. She was beautiful.

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Toulouse are so suddenly and so cruelly, I hope they get a long

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sentence. She is everything to us. She really was. That is a big hole

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that nobody can fail. -- fill. Today the Serious Case Review

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into Poppy's death's been released. These happen whenever a child's died

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and it's thought there's some degree This report criticises

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services designed to protect Poppy and help her mother

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with her drug use. It uses phrases like 'ineffective',

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'lacked clarity and focus', history of drug use'.

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for the entrenched Proper assessments weren't carried

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out putting Poppy at 'serious risk of harm' and that professionals

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were often 'misled' Rtting's drug abuse was known

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about but noone knew Pyke and Rytting were in a relationship

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and that Poppy live with both Despite the evidence,

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no-one knew what Poppy's life was like or the harm and risk

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she was exposed to every day. Dr Peter Sidebotham says

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Serious Case Reviews mean lessons can be learned from what happened -

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but there are no guarantees something similar

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won't happen again. Some children are harmed by their

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appearance and that will continue to be the case. There is no way we can

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accurately predict this in severe cases and therefore we have to

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costly carry a difficult balance between supporting families and not

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wanting to intervene too much and yet at the same time recognising

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when there are risks. Tonight the charity,

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NSPCC has called the review deeply worrying and say that effective

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oversight and improved intervention Meanwhile, Pyke and Rytting are both

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due to be sentenced next week. Last month the judge told them

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to expect substantial prison are still combing through this

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report and trying to and how so many people could have

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let down this little girl. We wanted to interview

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North East Lincolnshire Local But we were told that no one

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would speak to us on camera. It has said that it accepts

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the reports findings but says significant changes have already

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been made since Poppy's death. It goes on to say all agencies

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in North East Lincolnshire are doing their best to continually

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improve to keep children safe. In a moment: Protestors celebrate

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as councillors turn down plans to drill for oil in North

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Lincolnshire. A flood warning is in place

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on the north bank of the Humber this evening, meaning

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flooding is expected. The Environment Agency says a high

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tide and strong winds could cause some overtopping at Hessle Foreshore

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with more warnings over Precautions are also

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being taken by the emergency Jo Makel is live on the banks

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of the Humber Estuary for us, That is that combination of strong

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winds and high tides. You can see the water levels behind me here are

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quite high. But they are not expecting the same repeat of 2013

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weather was a tidal surge almost weekly and the banks of the Humber

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will breach. A flood warning is in place

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on the North Bank of the Humber this evening, meaning

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flooding is expected. They are expecting trouble over the

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next two to three days. They have been checking tidal defences and

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floodgates across cross-linked of course.

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Precautions are also being taken along the Lincolnshire Coast,

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where flood defences have been checked and tidal gates have been

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closed ahead of another high tide on Friday morning.

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Emergency services say they are monitoring the situation,

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closed ahead of another high tide on Friday morning.

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For the latest flooding information, visit the Environment Agency website

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Or keep listening to your local BBC Radio station for updates.

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Not just tonight but tomorrow and Friday as well.

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A P ship steward accused of conspiring to smuggle cocaine

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into Hull has been told he was lucky to have had a "disastrous meeting"

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with Liverpudlian criminals in Rotterdam.

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two years ago Edward Tron was hoping to channel drugs back into the UK,

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for the first time since the arrest of another crew member.

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But jurors heard the meeting fell through when he was

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The 51-year-old from Gateshead told the court that if "I've

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got no drugs, then I've done nothing wrong.".

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Mr Tron, along with P cook Mark Quilliam and Mr Tron's wife

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Susan deny the charges against them, and the case continues.

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An East Yorkshire councillor who made offensive remarks

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about the late MP Jo Cox has been told to step down by fellow

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Dominic Peacock was thrown out of the East Riding's

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ruling Conservative group and cautioned by the police

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A motion by the council calling for his immediate resignation

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Council Peacock had previously stated his intent to stay

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Poultry farmers in Lincolnshire say they are losing millions of pounds

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due to the recent outbreak of bird flu.

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Restrictions mean they are banned from exporting products to some

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countries including China - where the sale of chickens

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feet for use in soups is particularly lucrative.

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Our Rural Affairs Correspondent Linsey Smith reports.

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From Lincolnshire to Lanzhou, where chicken feet are a common delicacy.

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Many are bought from the 19 million birds raised

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But with exports to China banned due to bird flu -

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Charles has 16,000 free range chickens.

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His flock doesn't have bird flu, but we had

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to meet him away from them - due to biosecurity rules.

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It is a worry but unfortunately it is going to be a constant issue for

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the industry. And so we must respond by being positive.

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We must limit all movement on and off farm that isn't essential

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and we must try and tackle this disease head-on.

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5,000 turkeys died in December after catching the H5N8

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strain of Avian Flu on this farm in Louth.

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Since then, there has been an outbreak in a backyard

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The big producers are following strict guidelines set

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But the fear is, if people who have just a few birds as pets

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don't follow the advice - particularly keeping them housed -

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At Bishop Burton College, birds are being fed indoors.

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But experts warn wild birds are not solely to blame.

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We need to make sure that if you have pet birds at home and a wild

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bird comes into the garden, like a sparrow, that we

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don't suddenly think, those birds have bird flu and we need to get our

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birds in. At the end of the day, we need to be careful,

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rather than making wild birds scapegoats, when it only

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While the risk to people is very low, this is

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a disease that is deadly to birds and highly contagious

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One reason why there's a ?5,000 fine for anyone who fails

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Linsey Smith, BBC Look North, South Cave.

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Toilets inside shops and businesses could be opened up

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A number of locations including St Botolphs Church say they'll

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make their facilities available for people to use.

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Councillors say it will make it more attractive for people

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Boston has three public toilets at Kirkham Park entry and into other

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places. But they missed to double this number by using automated

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teller skin. If the plan goes ahead businesses such as the new shopping

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centre will all have public use of their tireless with council

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providing cleaning until the two supplies. One of the best ways is if

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there can be in agreement with shops etc. If shops want our business why

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can't we use their facilities? Irrespective if we spend any money

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in the shop are not. It is a good idea businesses open their doors. A

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lot better. Is that not a danger the public toilets can not be -- can be

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closed because of her love tireless Christmas that is not a risk at all.

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What we're looking for its community toddlers that anybody can use that

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will be identified and signposted. According to a BBC investigation

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last year almost 1800 public toilets close across the UK in the last

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decade. But it is also not always that easy to get a community scheme

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alternative to work. Any tales and so when you need to have the floors

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cleaned and have baby change beds waiting cleaned. It is management.

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Running tireless is like running another part of your business and

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has to be cared for looked after audible become messy and smelly and

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that is not what we want. We have no concerns about people coming into

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years of silence at all and we have people on here all the times we

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believe we can monitor those facilities and them nice and clean.

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Boston town area committee members have been discussing whether the

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community pilot scheme will go ahead as we speak.

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We want to hear from you on this story?

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Do you think more places should do what Boston are trying to do?

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How important do you think public toilets are, we've heard 1800 have

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Here is how to be in touch. Experiences where you are. If you

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want to e-mail and we will have some before the end of the programme.

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A family are calling for safety improvements to a junction

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in Healing near Grimsby following three accidents

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Three vehicles skidded on ice outside their home -

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one crashed through a fence and another hit a tree.

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North East Lincolnshire Council say they are investigating the issue.

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This is a quiet residential road in the healing area of Grimsby.

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This is Oak Road and the junction here

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joined with the Avenue and disjunction has become notorious

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because the last six years, this house has been crashed into six

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times and last week, it happened three times in the space of 20

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This family says more needs to be done to

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The fact we come out here in the morning to get

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the car and my parents visit and park in this tightly, it could

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easily have been one of them that got hit.

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I could have come out the front door and got head.

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It is the fact they happened so close together.

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The impact is on the wider community to use this

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stretch of road and it needs addressing.

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We're going to look at this and see if we can come up with

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There is possibly a problem with the service.

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There are remedial measures we can put in place to hopefully address

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Serious damage was prevented by this tree.

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You can see where one of the vehicles crashed

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This metal fence was damaged and this gatepost will cost

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The family says that's nothing compared to what

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could have happened because this road is

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often used by children on

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their way to school and the family often play

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in the Strand carton and

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they say if anyone had been passing at the time of these crashes, it

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The classical composer from Hull who filled the Hollywood Bowl.

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Mervyn Page took this photo from the North Bank looking

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at the contrails at sunset at the Bridge.

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I was just going to make the point that we've only had to wait four

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days since the last Humber Bridge picture. The headline for the next

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two hours is a fairly wild one. Let me show you what will happen because

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the coast will bear the brunt of very strong winds on Friday. That is

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tomorrow's headline. That is the risk of a little bit of rain in the

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far side of our region. We have had very strong winds today courtesy of

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this pressure. Watch the system which might get into the extreme

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south of Lincolnshire tomorrow afternoon Bridlington reign of

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potentially some snow. Look at the number of Isa buyers. We could well

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see stomp forced ten winds across Yorkshire and literature course on

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Friday morning. The high water time in Holland will be half past six in

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the morning which will coincide with an extremely strong wind. -- Hull.

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The is wind moderating as we speak after some high gusts today. --

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Hull. Eyes expect many of us will be dry tonight with clear periods. Very

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windy with that wind, just easing off a little later and still gusts

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of 40 miles an hour later night. Icy patches and tinges of two Celsius.

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The sun rises at about 40 minutes past eight and next high water time

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at Burlington is at three Minister for the morning. A bright start with

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some sunshine and will be some showers getting into the West. For

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many of us it will be dry until this feature edges in and pushes

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eastwards. You can see there could be some rain and a bit of snow in

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the extreme south of Lincolnshire into North Norfolk. By north and

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look set to be was the driver just one to be mostly dry which is

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moderately wintry showers for -- said to be dry. Stormy winds coming

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in from the coast on Friday. A company that wants to recover

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millions of barrels of oil in North Lincolnshire has

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had its plans rejected Councillors voted against the plans

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put forward by Egdon Resources because they felt they had

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'insufficient information The company has previously carried

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out tests at its well in Wressle - I thought it would go the other way

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and I'm delighted how has gone. We give our heartfelt thanks to

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planning committee for making a sane decision on behalf of local

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amenities and that planet as a whole. The concerns expressed are

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those about the impact of the local infrastructure and their impact on

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the water courses known locally particularly the one that would

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impact on British Steel which is a major employee virus in -- a major

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employer for us in North Lincolnshire.

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A cancer patient from North Lincolnshire has said

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he was all ready for surgery and outside the operating

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theatre when his procedure was cancelled at the last minute.

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63-year-old Martin Bagshall was due to have his prostate removed

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He's one of dozens of patients who've had their operations

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postponed because of a shortage of beds at Hull and East

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Thanks to everyone who's been in touch about our coverage

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It is in some respects like torture. If you get to the hospital and the

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ward and then they tell you it is bad enough but when you're actually

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real down to theatre that was the really hard part for me. -- wheeled

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down. Thanks to everyone who's been

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in touch about our coverage of the closure of another care home

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for elderly people. in East Yorkshire need new places

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to live after the owners said 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. You will remember we talked about it

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last night in detail. Liz in Hull says "Who picks up

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the pieces when private When local authorities used to run

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them people who lived there felt like they were part of a family,

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but austerity cuts Tessa says, "I visit my gran

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in a care home every week and I am in awe of the staff that provide

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wonderful care for a minimum wage. The government need to pay far more

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for these care places." And Daniel says: 'My mum

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works in a care home and she often has to do triple,

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even quadruple, shifts The result of overworked staff

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is poorer care for the clients." Thank you very much indeed for all

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of those. I'm sure it is a subject we will return to at a later date.

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There was heartbreak for Hull City in the first leg

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The Tigers were hoping to return to Hull just one goal down

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after Juan Mata scored for Manchester United.

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But with seconds left, Marrowan Fellar-knee made it two.

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The second leg is played in Hull two-weeks tomorrow.

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Lincoln City has sold out of home tickets for their FA Cup replay

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Some supporters were at Sincil Bank from four o'clock this morning

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hoping to buy tickets for the Imps' match.

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Scunthorpe United are out of the Checkatrade trophy.

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The Iron went down 4-1 at Oxford United despite taking

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From David Whitfield to the Housemartins,

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Hull has a rich musical heritage - but there's one woman from the city

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who made big waves in the world of classical music you've probably

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Ethel Leginska was famed as a pianist, composer and conductor

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from the late 19th century until the 1930s.

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Now, her success is being celebrated in a special concert

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Our culture correspondent Anne-Marie Tasker has the story.

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In her heyday Ethel Leginska was a multi-talented musician.

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The first woman to ever conduct and compose her own opera.

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As the first woman conductor, she packed out US concert halls -

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30,000 people came to this venue - the Hollywood Bowl, to see her.

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And she founded America's first women's orchestras.

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But she was born in Hull as Ethel Liggins.

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This was the first proper recital that she did when she was ten years

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old. It is dated from 1897. Terry Broadbent spent decades

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studying Leginska's life. Celebrated as Hull's little prodigy

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- Ethel changed her name and moved to London,

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then Europe, then America to train with the best and perform

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to the biggest audiences. Until about 1930 she was regarded as

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one of the top in the United States. It is such a shame that she dropped

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out of history in the songs forgotten. When you came to look at

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all other exploits is difficult to see why that was. But it was partly

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antifemale prejudice. It was so difficult to get things put on.

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Leginska's playing was captured on these reproducing piano rolls -

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which recreate how she struck each note.

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Now work's taking place at the University of Hull to be able

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to play these recordings at concerts in March.

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He lives this list of files. -- he lives this list.

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Her piano rolls were recorded digitally -

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The keys are not going down like they should.

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So the University's technicians have re-programmed the keys

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to be struck faster - to create a true Leginska experience

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- without the drawbacks of using the original piano rolls.

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In order to create the action this need for a better pump which sounds

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a bit like an action cleaner. You're trying to fight against that. That

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is also the sound of the paper as it rose to and that mechanical action

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can grate a little bit and you get this rather squeaky scrapie sound

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which sounds like the paper is going to tear.

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Leginska's own compositions will also be perfomed at the concert -

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hoping to reignite interest in an accomplished musician

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

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Donald Trump says claims Russian intelligence has compromising

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information about him are entirely fake.

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A review finds missed opportunities to protect a four-year-old who died

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after being given drugs by her mother.

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Tomorrow's weather: Cold with bright or sunny

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spells and occasional showers, possible wintry.

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Bauer says we live in Spain and there are no public toilets. You can

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go to any establishment and you're welcome to use them which are always

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clean and functioning. Alan says Holderness Road is a good hike but

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if you need the toilet you can sneak into McDonald's. Another

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correspondent says we should encourage businesses to open the

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tireless during the City of Culture. Another correspondent says it is on

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a place in South Wales for shops to open their facilities in exchange

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for a rate reduction. Join us if you can at half past ten.

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I think my political beliefs are really quite straightforward.

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I believe that our country needs to work for everyone.

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Not just for the rich, not just for the privileged,

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not just for those who know the right people or who've got

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