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Good evening, and welcome to BBC Look North.

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The cash machine ripped from the side of a shop.

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It's the latest in a string of attacks in East Yorkshire

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Tonight, a man's been arrested as the police continue

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Egg producers could lose their free-range status after the bird flu

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as key to Hull City's new found success.

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And the model of the country's most important planes, made by prisoners.

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Staying cloudy and cold over the next few days, wintry showers as

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well. Join me for all the details in 15 minutes.

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Another community in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire is without a cash

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machine after one was stolen from a convenience

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A 22-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the incident

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which is the latest in a series of thefts in our area.

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You can see the devastation in the mess that has been left. It happened

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at 2:20am when a forklift truck was driven into this wall to get the

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cash machine out. Structural engineers have been working all day

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to make the building safe and block that part the -- of the store. When

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I arrived, the JCB had been abandoned in the car park. This

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community has lost its only cashpoint, it is not the first time

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these have used this technique. -- thieves.

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Targeted by thieves in the early hours, this cashpoint in the small

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village of Thorngumbald is the latest to be

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It's very irritating because this is a community store.

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Obviously, we are going to have to turn people away today,

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Police have now confirmed that the JCB was stolen

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Staff at the shop say CCTV shows the vehicle being driven

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into the side of the wall at least four times, smashing

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But it's not the first time this has happened.

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In East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, thieves have taken eight cash

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They tend to target rural areas, often in the early hours.

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We work closely in all our communities to speak with vulnerable

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premises to give them the protection we can.

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You can't put a police officer in every small village with a

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As much as we would love to, we can't.

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Does that mean they will forever be a target?

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I've come here to use the cashpoint as usual because it is a handy.

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Obviously someone has been there before.

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It has happened at plenty of other places, I suppose they had to come

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here sooner or later. With the JCB returned to the farmer,

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now the work begins to make this building structurally safe,

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so it can reopen and serve Tonight, the Police and Crime

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Commissioner say they are concerned this is yet another ATM theft in the

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Humberside Police force area and he wants reassurances from police

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officers this type of crime can be minimised. A 22-year-old man has

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been arrested and the cash machine has been recovered from a field.

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Unfortunately for the village, they have lost their only cash machines

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and they don't know when the store will reopen either.

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Peter Bleksley is a former Met Police officer and expert

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I asked him if these rural shops with cash machines are rich

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Generally speaking, they are vulnerable to attack.

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And as long as you have large amounts of cash

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sitting around unattended, then that will always be

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Are these people professional and organised?

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Invariably, recent criminal history has shown the people involved

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in these types of crimes are career criminals.

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They don't go to work everyday and have a legitimate job.

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They sit around hatching plots, deciding how they can steal

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these kinds, seeing how they can steal this money.

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One e-mail says, crooks are laughing at the place, why not put a tracker

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in the machine? Well, of course, the security

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company is responsible for these machines and will not declare

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exactly what security You can do the overt things

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like putting in bollards to stop But there are other security

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measures that have to remain secret. So you are saying they could be

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tracked and we don't know? But the security companies

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are trying to play their cards very So what can be done to reduce these

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thefts? The obvious thing is to put bollards

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around, so that forklift trucks cannot drive up and simply take them

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out of the wall. The police, of course,

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tend to know who these people are, And recent history has shown

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they have been able to catch people actually in the act or very soon

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after they have committed the crime. Briefly, if you run a convenience

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store, and many people who do run them will be watching tonight, in a

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rural area, would you be concerned? I would speak to the machine

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operator, ensure that all possible security measures are in place,

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that the CCTV is working, that the area is well lit,

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and liaise with the local police See what other measures they will

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tell you you can put in place. But carry on with business,

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do not be deterred, do not Good to talk to you tonight, thank

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you for your time. We want to hear from

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you on this story. many of these thefts there have been

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across our area. What more can be done to stop

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the cash machines being stolen? You can contact us in

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the following ways. Maybe you run a store, why do think

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there are 70 thefts? Do you think there are tracker machines inside?

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We will have more before we finish at 7pm.

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Business leaders say they'll fight plans to guarantee workers'

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The Government has confirmed that some egg producers in East Yorkshire

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and Lincolnshire could temporarily lose their free-range status

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There have been three confirmed outbreaks of bird

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Defra has announced today that in some areas restrictions

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on the housing of birds will be eased for the first time

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since December, but in high-risk areas which include areas along

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the coast, farmers will be required to keep birds indoors.

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Our environment correspondent Paul Murphy is with me now.

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Well, for some farmers in these new restriction

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will have a big impact on their incomes as they will no

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longer be able to market their eggs as free-range.

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Now, the new restictions are all about stopping the spread

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We've had three outbreaks in our area so far.

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The first one was at a turkey farm near Louth

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on December 16th where 5,000 birds were culled.

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The second outbreak, also at a turkey farm, occured two

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The latest bird flu outbreak in our area was two weeks ago in Boston,

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After the first outbreak in December, the Government ordered

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all farmers and smallholders to keep poultry indoors.

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That order runs out at the end of this month.

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But it will remain in place for so-called high-risk areas.

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In our area, this will include farms on the coast,

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around the Humber and the Wash and Fenland areas.

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This is because these are places favoured by wild birds

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which are believed to contribute to the spread of avian flu.

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And so farms in this areas must keep their birds indoors, and can't

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The Government says it's done for good reason.

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They will not any more be able to label their eggs as free-range.

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The Government won't be able to give them any

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help, but I'm hopeful that

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people will recognise that these are free-range flocks.

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They are being housed for a good reason for disease control

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and understand that these are still eggs produced from flocks

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Well, there'll be fewer free-range eggs on the market

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and some fear a shortage, and the possibility they'll become

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more expensive to buy if you're determined to have one.

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Police have named the two teenagers who died in a crash

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16-year-old Selby girl Levi Dickinson and 17-year-old

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Rhogan Jones from Goole were passengers in a car

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that crashed into a tree on Barnhill Lane.

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The driver, a 19-year-old man, was arrested on suspicion of death

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He's now been released on bail pending further enquiries.

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Typhoon aircrafts - including one from RAF

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Coningsby in Lincolnshire - were scrambled to monitor

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two Russian Blackjack bombers this morning.

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The Russian aircrafts were said to have flown an arc around

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It's the latest sign of Russian military activity near the UK.

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Home bargains has been fined after a charge bought from the shop

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exploded. Harlem Magistrates' Court imposed a fine of ?22,000.

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Campaigners fighting to save a heart unit used by sick children

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in Lincolnshire have delivered a petition with more

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than 120,000 signatures to Downing Street.

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NHS England wants to close the department at Glenfield Hospital

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in Leicester because it says standards aren't being met.

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Critics say that'll leave patients facing longer trips for treatment.

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There is absolutely no reason on God's Earth to close this unit

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because it is a centre of excellence, it has the best outcomes

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for children probably in the entire country,

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The after-care is amazing, the care while you're there is amazing.

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And I just think it would be a travesty if

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It's been confirmed East Riding council tax

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rates will be increasing for the next year.

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Councillors have approved a 4.99% rise in rates.

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This will come into effect from April.

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3% of the extra funding will be used for adult social care.

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And the council says there'll still be a shortfall of ?10 million

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An attempt by Grimsby's MP to ringfence the EU laws that

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protect workers' rights faces opposition from business leaders.

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The Federation Of Small Businesses says the Government should scrap

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some of the laws set by Brussels when Britain leaves the EU.

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Labour's Melanie Onn has introduced a bill calling on ministers

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to safeguard workers' rights after Brexit.

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More from our political editor Tim Iredale.

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Many of our ancestors worked long hours in dangerous conditions.

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Health and safety legislation was virtually nonexistent.

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Nowadays, numerous laws exist to protect workers from exploitation.

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But some claim workers' rights may not be guaranteed after Brexit.

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However good intentions Theresa May may have

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in enshrining the current rights, we can't be sure what will

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There was some certainty about how the EU operated.

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Therefore it is more difficult to get rid of.

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Among the many EU laws designed to protect workers include working

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time regulations that mean that employees cannot be forced to work

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Staff must also be given regular time off, and rest breaks,

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Agency workers are given the same basic rights as permanent staff

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after they had been in the same job for at least 12 weeks.

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None of our MPs in the region have opposed the Brexit

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proposals in Parliament but Great Grimsby's Melanie Onn has

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introduced her own bill calling for EU working regulations to be

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I accept the British people voted for Brexit but I urge the Government

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to hear they did not vote for more insecure contracts,

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less safe workplaces or anything less than they have by way

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Ministers have consistently denied claims workers' rights

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But some bosses argue the Government should not automatically adopt every

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single EU employment law when we leave the EU.

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A lot of these directives are well intentioned.

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It is not like we are trying to diminish workers' rights.

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We want to make it easier to employ people.

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We really want to reduce the barriers taking on new people.

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So, expect a fierce debate over the coming months over which EU laws

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should be kept after we leave the EU in 2019.

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You might also have a view on this story.

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Should workers' rights be protected after we leave the EU?

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Perhaps you run a business and think there is too much

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Please get in touch. That story will run and run.

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A replica's made of one of the most important planes in the country.

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It is within a few millimetres of the original model. If you put an

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engine in it I do think it will fly. That looks great.

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Tonight's photograph is of Barton on Humber. Talking of dim... Thank you

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for that! If you are in at lunchtime, several

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people have been in touch. Nick says you're at fit today looks like a

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dodgy used car sales man. Do you put my weather forecasting

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skills in the same bracket as a used car salesman?

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I can see some e-mails coming in, used cars salesman are a wonderful

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bunch of people. Let us look at the headline for

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tomorrow. It is cold, some wintry showers as you have seen today.

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Light sleet and rain with a little slow in places.

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Of interest, this disturbance on Saturday which will bring prolonged

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showers from the North Sea. It could be juiced some snow.

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Let us have a look at the details. There was no cloud on the satellite

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picture, but if we run the sequence overnight, it is cloudy, there will

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be a scattering of winter showers in places.

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Where you catch a shower, the air will be cold enough to produce ice,

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temperatures in the countryside at freezing point. In urban areas, just

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above freezing. A cold night nonetheless. Here are

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the times of sunrise. Another cloudy, great, cold day,

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with a further scattering of showers, rain, sleet, a little light

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snow in places, perhaps leading to temporary accumulations more

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especially over the hills. That moves to the north-east.

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Temperatures close to three Celsius. 37 Fahrenheit. Looking further

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ahead, into Saturday, as I mentioned earlier, those showers becoming more

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frequent, a little bit heavier, some snow perhaps. Mainly sleet and light

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rain at lower levels. On Sunday, further showers, mainly

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rain and sleet. Next week, less cold, mostly dry, a lot of cloud.

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That is the forecast. If you are a That is the forecast. If you are a

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send Jaco plates, please send them send Jaco plates, please send them

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to him. Isn't it a bit more Saturday night

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Fever? What you think about that? -- send your complaints.

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See you tomorrow. The fortunes of Hull City have

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shown a sharp improvement since the new head coach Marco Silva

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took over last month. The Tigers have won half

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of their matches since One the reasons behind the improved

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results is said to be changes City's captain Curtis Davies

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revealed that they have been banned Our sports reporter

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Simon Clark has more. Not since the days of the mesmeric

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Brazilian Giovanni in 2008 has Marco Silva has only been in Hull

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for over a month but the changes he has introduced have brought seven

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Premiership points out The media are provided

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with these delicious bacon sure they will pass muster

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with Marco Silva. He had taken a close interest

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in the players' diets. Silva is not the first Premiership

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boss to use food as an incentive. Manchester City boss

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Pep Guardiola has banned pizza. Leaders Chelsea can no

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longer enjoy ketchup, But his compatriot Claudio Ranieri

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was happy for his Leicester players to have an occasional pizza en route

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to last season's title. Of course I try to pay attention

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to all the situation because the football,

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it is important to all the team, not only what they do

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in training, it is important It is important to pay attention

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to all the situation. Diet is a part of that

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attention to detail. It is all the things that

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are important, not only diet. He is encouraging them to have

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fresh fruit instead. But I don't think players will mind

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too much if they are Alfred N'Diaye who scored on debut

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arrived after the pudding ban. He says Silva is the man

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to improve his game. If Marco's magic continues,

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there'll be scenes like this It's been a big week for the UK

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City Of Culture as Hull Kofi Smiles looks ahead to the next

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week and there is plenty going on, The latest in Hull's

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public art installation at the Tidal Surge Barrier is just

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calling for you to get involved. Art Link are pleased to announce

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their first exhibition of 2017 with a National Portrait Gallery

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featured artist Tanya Raabe Webber. Along with the exhibition,

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it is a week of live drawing workshops from the 13th -

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18th February, exploring the themes From 10-14 February,

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the University Of Hull's to a cyber film festival screening

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some of the best dystopic sci-fi films such as Her,

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2001 A Space Odyssey and Ex Machina. Also at Middleton Hall on the 16th

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February, celebrated baritone Roderick Williams will be performing

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Schubert's Winterreise Go wild from the 11 February to 27

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April with the Wildlife Photographer Of The Year which comes

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Beverley Art Gallery on loan Hold on to your taste buds

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because on February 16, Masterchef judge Jay Rayner will be

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at the Pocklington Arts Centre performing his one-man

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show based on his book, Humber Mencap has set

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this week's challenge, Step outside, give old life

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new meaning by turning it It's supposed to be the Humber

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Bridge but it went a bit wrong. And you can see lots more from Kofi,

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including his interview with the playwright Richard Bean,

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online at: bbc.co.uk/hull2017. A full-size model of one of the most

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important aeroplanes in the country The original Gypsy Moth was flown

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by Hull aviator Amy Johnson, the first woman to fly solo

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from England to Australia in 1930. After six months' work,

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the replica two-seater plane is now going on display

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in the city's railway station. Jill Archbold is at

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there for us tonight. In 1930, a 19-day solo flight,

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from England to Australia brought It was worthwhile doing anything

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to come back and find so much warm as has been shown me

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since my return. Her Gipsy Moth biplane was nicknamed

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after her father's business. The original has been

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in London's Science Museum for decades and, after efforts

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to bring it back to Hull failed, inmates in the city's prison set out

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on a journey to build their own. We applied on the Internet

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and bought some models. When they arrived, we thought

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we will make it a little bit bigger Then we went to a half-size model

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and then we thought, damn it, The biplane was built from scratch

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in the prison's workshop where inmates usually

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learn basic skills. What I've seen over the last few

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months are prisoners actively engaged, literally running to work,

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which you do not often see. The challenge for us will be

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what is the next project. But could this replica of Jason

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recreate Amy Johnson's It is within a few millimetres

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of the original model. If you did put an engine inside,

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I do believe it would fly. The Gipsy Moth model will be

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hung from the ceiling A visual reminder for visitor

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of Hull's flying heroine. It is only fitting it will be lifted

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up this evening and hoisted from the ceiling where it will stay for the

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rest of 2017. A fantastic story, I didn't even

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know the prison was making that until earlier today. The gypsy moth

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is being put into the railway station. I will certainly go a long

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and have a look at it. Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines. New figures show the worst ever

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waiting times in A departments. A man's been arrested after a cash

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machine was ripped from the side Staying cloudy and cold with further

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scattered wintry showers. Eight cash machine thefts from

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premises in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire in the last 12 months,

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a big response on this story. Rick says, why can't we do the same as in

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the US and fit a device in the cash machine which impregnates the

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banknotes with a dive when the machine is disturbed in a violent

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manner, making ram raiding pointless.

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Mark says the answer to catch and deter these criminals, just install

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a simple GPS tracking device similar to those used in vehicles, inside

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the cashpoint machine. Are the facts and police missing something? Our

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expert who used to be in the Metropolitan Police said it is

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possible they are in there but the banks do not give away their

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techniques. John says, far machine equipment --

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farm machinery should not be left out in fields which can be easily

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stolen, it must be in the interests of the farmers.

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Bruce says it is easy to solve this problem, build a four foot wall

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constructed of concrete and still some distance each side of the cash

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machine along the edge of the footpath.

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Chris says, we have been hit three times and due to that we have lost

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our own the bank. If we had CCTV we may have had our much needed back.

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Diane says, why not put the cash machine inside the store, people

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would get used to using it only during a shop opening session.

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Thank you for those. Join us again after

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the Ten O'clock News. OK, everyone, have you got

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your bamboo sticks? If you just paint

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what you want to paint, I've turned around,

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my painting washes away. ..and take on

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The Big Painting Challenge. Remember, you're not painting

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a pond. Before I met you,

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I was a civilised woman.

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