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That's all from the BBC News at Six - so it's goodbye from me -

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Good evening. On Look North tonight:

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Calls for calm - protestors attack a police car

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and block roads after armed officers shot dead a man in Huddersfield.

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We'll be talking to MP Naz Shah, who says tensions are running high.

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Also tonight: Why Sheffield council plans to chop down trees planted

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Paralympic gold medallist Kadeena Cox has her funding

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suspended while she takes part in a controversial TV show.

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Grabbing centre stage, the two entrepreneurs

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helping you find the best - and cheapest - seats in the house.

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A widespread frost to come tonight, sunny tomorrow,

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but big changes as we head into Friday.

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Footage has emerged of a group of men surrounding and attacking

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It happened during a protest about the death of Yassar Yaqub,

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who was shot by police on a slip road off the M62 near

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Tonight a vigil is planned at the scene of the shooting at Ainley Top.

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Bradford city centre last night - a police car is surrounded.

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Banners are draped over the windscreen as protesters film

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Kicks are aimed at the side of the car.

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For several hours, people blocked routes and waved signs

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carrying phrases including "police, don't murder".

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No-one was injured or arrested during the protest.

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It was a reaction to the death of Yassar Yaqub, shot dead by police

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on Monday evening at J24 of the M62 in what they have called

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The Independent Police Complaints Commission says a gun

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A postmortem examination on Mr Yaqub's body was due

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Yesterday, police were at the family home in Huddersfield,

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where up to ten CCTV cameras dot the walls, perhaps in response

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to an incident in 2015 when a shotgun was fired

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Yassar Yaqub's father Mohammed didn't want to speak on camera

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today, but he told us that the death of his son

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was like something that would have happened in America.

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He said he couldn't believe that Yassar would have pulled a gun

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on someone or even have had one in his possession.

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Inside the house, you could hear the sound of crying up the stairs.

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Yassar's father Mohammed said he himself had no

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Yassar Yaqub was a fan of fast cars like this yellow Lamborghini.

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His dad bought them for his only son, who he admits he spoiled.

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In 2010, Yassar Yaqub was cleared of attempted murder

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and a firearms offence because of insufficient evidence.

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What happened in the moments before he was shot dead on Monday

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night at Ainley Top, we don't yet know.

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Where there is a person who has actually lost a life, you know,

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that has had an impact on the family, community,

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irrespective of what other people think.

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And the point is there has got to be a line of accountability,

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and what the people want now is the police force to actually

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be up for it in terms of what's happened.

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In an attempt to improve transparency, West Yorkshire Police

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has been introducing body-worn cameras, but none of the firearms

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officers involved in the shooting was wearing them.

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Firearms officers need a bespoke solution for body-worn video.

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The current cameras that are available to the general police

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officer are not suitable for firearms usage,

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and that is purely down to where they are worn on the body

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and the blocked views that they get because of

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the nature of the equipment, the firearms carried.

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Three men remain in police custody tonight while another

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All five or arrested on suspicion of having a firearm.

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The IPCC's own probe into West Yorkshire Police's actions

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Alistair Gill, BBC Look North, Huddersfield.

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Well, our reporter Ian White joins us now live from the scene

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Good evening. This is a place familiar to you because you were

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here last night, but I am at this road from the M62 up to the Ainley

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Top area where the incident happened 48 hours ago. It is hard to imagine

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what it was like 48 hours ago when the shooting took place. The road

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has been reopened. It has been business as usual. The traffic is

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flowing and there is not much to tell you what happened here apart

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from some flowers left at roadside in tribute. Other tributes on social

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media and Facebook, various pages paying respects to the dead man.

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They want to know what happened exactly, asking West Yorkshire

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Police to explain what happened and what were the circumstances to

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Yassar Yaqub's death? We expect a gathering there are

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later this evening. Tell us about that.

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Through social media, there has been a momentum gathering throughout the

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day, saying that people want to get together to pay their respects. It

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is believed that later this evening a group of family and friends will

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gather here at Ainley Top, at the spot where Yassar was killed on the

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night. They will gather here to pay respects and there is talk of

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balloons being let off as a mark of respect. That is likely to happen

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later this evening and we will bring you more on our latest news at

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10:30pm. Naz Shah is the MP

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for Bradford West. She's called for calm

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following those protests last night, It was supposed to be a peaceful

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protest last night. No, we had a small number of

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individuals who decided to take it upon themselves to attack police

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cars and brought traffic to a standstill. That has been condemned

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by the community and it... I condemn that kind of behaviour and I would

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like to see the police make some arrests and make sure there is no

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place for that behaviour. We saw masked men vandalising a

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police car in the footage. The police... When I spoke to a

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Chief Superintendent, on numerous occasions yesterday, and I spoke to

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them today, and they said it was a relatively peaceful protest. We must

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take the lead from the police because they are experts on policing

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these demonstrations. Racial Justice campaign group Just

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Yorkshire said they do not want another situation where a protest

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escalated into a riot. Is that a concern?

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It is not a concern because the police complaints commission are

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investigating. That tragedy then leads to questions... Rightly so,

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because people need reassurance. But the police cannot issue a statement

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while the high PCC are investigating, but the police must

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maintain strong links with the committee. That creates the

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suspicion of police not being transparent, but actually what then

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it is the responsibility of people like me, committee leaders to step

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up and have conversations with communities to say, actually, the

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purpose of my statement was to appeal for calm because there is an

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investigation ongoing and we will see what transpires and pans out.

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What are your main concerns? I am pleased that following

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yesterday, having spoken to people in Liverpool and Bradford, tensions

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have simmered down. Things have moved on and progressed and the IPCC

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have released a statement and that has gone a long wait in reassuring

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the committee. The police commission says that

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confidence in West Yorkshire Police is good. Do you endorse this?

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I have confidence in West Yorkshire Police but we must address the

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concerns. This does not abdicate our responsibility to hold police to

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account but in this instance we must respect the process. It must take

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its course and that is what I would like to see.

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When community leaders have to take responsibility and MPs as well, is

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that something you are happy to embrace?

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It is what we are elected to do. We must hold the police to account and

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services to account. And we must go to communities and offer

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reassurance, it is part of what we do.

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Thank you. And we'll have more on our

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late programme as part Next tonight - controversy

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in Sheffield over plans to chop down 23 trees planted as a memorial

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to soldiers killed in World War One. A large crowd of protesters held

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a rally outside the Town Hall before the issue was debated by the City

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Council. As our correspondent John Cundy

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reports, the campaign on just one historic road in Sheffield is part

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of a city-wide row involving Objectors say Sheffield

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councillors can't see More than 5,000 campaigners

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have signed a petition to save the special trees on one

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street in the Crookes district. All the trees here on Western Road

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are a registered war memorial, in honour of the 400 pupils who went

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from the school here to fight Now the council save 23 of these

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trees must come down, because they are considered

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dangerous. 100 years on, they remember

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their war heroes here. It's about to come after

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the centenary of the dedication. This is highly inappropriate that

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nearly half of them would be taken down and replaced

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with shrubs, basically. The trees have got another

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100 years left in them. The City Council have awarded

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the ?2 billion contract to the construction firm Amey

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to prepare Sheffield's roads and pavements,

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and look after roadside trees. The root of the problem -

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trees deemed dangerous or decayed. Across the city, 4000 trees have

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already been felled, 3000 new ones planted,

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and plans for 50,000 more But already in November

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there was community outrage when contractors moved in at 5am

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in the morning. They felled trees at Rustlings Road

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in the Endcliffe area of the city. And so, to the town hall this

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afternoon for the big debate. I can certainly tell

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you what I am hoping for, and that is that the council see

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sense and are big enough to admit they have got this

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one very badly wrong. The councillor at the head

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of the controversy says he does Now he wants to work with them

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to find solutions that can preserve the memories

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of the First World War heroes. What we want to do is maintain that

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memorial going forward, so we went to replace trees that

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have already disappeared and have been felled or have died

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and we want to look and bring a sustainable solution for that,

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so we have got a war memorial going forward

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for the next 100 years. Tonight, there does seem to be

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an olive branch between campaigners and council like to remember

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properly the young men from Western Road who fought

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so bravely for their country. John Cundy,

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BBC Look North, Sheffield. Later on Look North: Open wide -

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the Leeds dentist helping A coroner looking into the death

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of an 11-year-old boy, who drowned in a canal in Rotherham,

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has told South Yorkshire Police she needs more information

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about their investigation. Subhaan Ali's body was found in

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the water near Parkgate last July. His mother told the inquest

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she believed he was pushed in, but other witnesses said

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he got in himself. The coroner now wants to know why,

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given the inconsistencies in the evidence, the investigation

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into Subhaan's death A toddler has been killed

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after being hit by a car in the Lofthouse area

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of Wakefield this afternoon. Emergency services were sent

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to the incident at a residential address at 2.15, but the young boy

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died at the scene. Police are investigating

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the circumstances leading The RMT rail union is to ballot

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its members at Arriva Rail North, who run Northern trains,

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for strike action. It's over what they say

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is an unacceptable pay offer. Northern say they're disappointed

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with the news and that employees have been offered a guaranteed,

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above inflation pay rise over Nearly 140 people were arrested

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by North Yorkshire Police for drink- and drug-driving between one

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December and New Year s Day. 93 people were arrested

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for drink-driving and 44 for driving That's a 10% increase

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on the same period in 2015. In contrast, West Yorkshire Police

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charged two fewer people this You may not have felt it,

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but there was an earthquake off It was detected just

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before 7pm, 150km east The British Geological Survey say it

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had a magnitude of 3.8. A dentist from Leeds has been giving

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up his time and money to volunteer in war-torn Iraq

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in what he describes as the worst Dr Mohammad Mozaffari treats

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hundreds of patients, including orphans and widows

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of victims of the so-called Islamic State, through the charity

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A World Without Barriers. Dr Mohammad Mozaffari is back

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in his day job at treating He's been to Iraq for times

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in the last 12 months, treating orphans, widows

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and the homeless, who, after suffering years

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of conflict in their country, have had to prioritise

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just getting by. That's rather than things

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like going to the dentist. Some of his patients were victims

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of the so-called Islamic State, who fled to the city of Najaf

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where he volunteers. They had the worst general

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health and oral health They were conditions that

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would normally be picked up when children are born,

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like cleft lip and palate, like having a hole inside the lip

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and a hole inside the mouth, which would normally have been

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picked up and treated. There were four or five-year-olds

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that were still suffering to eat, Outside of work, Mohammad spends

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much of his time in the mosque It is his faith which motivates him

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to give up his time and spent thousands of pounds a year

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travelling to Iraq to volunteer with the charity

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A World Without Barriers. What Islam teaches me

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is that the other person in society has as much value as I do,

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and so by equalising the other in your own I,

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you move away from egotism, you move away from monocentrism,

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and you move away from being selfish and you move towards a realist

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standpoint of caring and loving and compassion,

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and ultimately altruism. Mohammed hopes to be back in Iraq

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soon, putting a smile on faces Leeds United have confirmed today

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that Italian businessman Andrea Radrizzani has bought a 50%

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stake in the club. For the time being, Radrizzani

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will oversee the club's activities The Italian has pledged

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long-term commitment to Leeds United and "stability

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through ongoing investment". He added that he won't do

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anything that will put The Rugby Football League say

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there have already been ten expressions of interest

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in re-forming the Bradford Bulls. It follows the club's liquidation

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which was announced yesterday - a deadline for prospective

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new owners has been Former Bulls Head Coach Francis

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Cummins, nowadays in Rugby Union with Doncaster Knights,

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has told Look North that whoever does take over the Bulls in future,

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needs to learn lessons I think if you're going to buy

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a sports club, no matter if it is rugby league,

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rugby union or football, I don't think you are there

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to turn a massive profit. You're in it for giving a little bit

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back to the community, is probably where generally people

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come in to help the club... But it's bigger picture -

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where do you want Bradford to be? And the timescales, I don't think

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it is going to happen Paralympic champion Kadeena Cox

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from Leeds has had her funding suspended while she takes part

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in the winter sports show The Jump. British Athletics says it will stop

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supporting her until she returns A number of celebrities have been

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seriously injured while taking part in the Channel 4 programme,

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as Dave Edwards reports. She was one of Britain's biggest

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sporting stars of 2016 - Kadeena Cox won two golds,

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a silver and a bronze at the real Paralympics,

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competing in athletics and cycling. She's quickly earned a celebrity

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status, taking part in the BBC's Robot Wars over the weekend,

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and now she's in Austria, getting The controversial programme sees

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celebrities take part in a range of winter sports,

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but several competitors have Olympic swimmer Rebecca Adlington

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dislocated her shoulder, while gymnast Beth Tweddle crashed

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in training and spent She needed surgery to have two

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fractured vertebrae fused together. Channel 4 says there's been

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a thorough review of safety procedures before this year's

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series, but medical teams from British Athletics

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and British Cycling are believed to have advised

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Kadeena not to take part. In a statement,

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British Athletics says: She'll hope to do that in time

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for the World ParaAthletics where she is likely to be

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a medal favourite once again. For now, though, she'll see

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what happens on the snow. She is more brave than me. All of

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that jumping. They say the best ideas

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are the most simple, and when our next guests

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took their business proposal onto the BBC programme Dragon's Den,

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the Dragons couldn't believe no one They've created TickX -

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a price comparison website It's now hoped the site will become

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as big as Go Compare or Skyscanner. Steve Pearce from Ilkley

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and his business partner Sam Coley featured on Dragon's Den

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on New Year's Day. They were given offers from three

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Dragons but they turned them down. Since then, they've raised ten times

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the amount they asked for from private investors including

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music company Ministry Of Sound. Steve and Sam join us

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in the studio now. Let's see the moment

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you turned the Dragons down! Two bids have now been

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tendered, both at a much greater equity stake than

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the entrepreneurs were offering, which poses a dilemma

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for the young businessmen. So thank you, all three

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of you, for the offer. The problem is we just

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couldn't drop our valuation. I don't know if there's any movement

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but we couldn't go to those They do not look happy.

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I felt nervous. Were you nervous? It was intense there was an hour and

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a half of filming. You are excited to get the offer and then we had to

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turn around and say no, so it was nerve-racking.

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How long do you get to whisper in Deeside?

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We were in the back of the room for about one minute. We have watched

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the programme for our whole lives since we were kids.

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You sound just like Yorkshire lads. You have accepted the bid from

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somebody else and got more money. How much did you get together?

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We have raised ?175,000 in our first round of funding. We have just gone

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on to raise ?750,000. How did you manage that?

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A combination of finding people excited by our vision, working hard,

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and trying to find the right type of people to invest.

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The vision, as the Dragons said, they could not believe it had not

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been done before. Who came up with the idea?

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Steve did. The idea came out of spending too

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much time going out in Leeds and Manchester and we found out what

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events were happening, and when I contacted some of the initial idea,

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we were amazed not been one place where event goers could see the

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information, so that is how the idea happened.

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A perfect combination. Sam, you are an expert at setting up this kind of

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thing. I started a software company at 16

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years old, and develop skills with that. That is how Steve knew me, and

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we use those skills... I bet your conversations are

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amazing. What do you talk about when you get home? Do you talk about, I

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have a new fantastic idea for a website?

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Universe which. I would like to talk to you further

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about that. How many people have you got working for you? Has the company

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developed? A team of seven but we will grow to

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12 people over the next three or four months. Then we are looking to

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raise a substantial amount of funding in about one year, and then

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we should have 40 or 50 team members.

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You are so young. 24 years old. The average age for our team are

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also 24 years old like us. There are younger people as well.

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I the it rules that out because we are both too old.

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How are you making money? It is a great idea because people want the

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best and cheapest tickets. How do you get money?

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It is free to use for users and the way we make money is receiving a

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small commission from ticket marketers to drive force behind

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cells. No added these to users and a small reward for driving up sales.

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No added fee. Not getting hold of tickets and

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sound than at inflated prices... Will you help prevent ticket touts?

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We offer transparency in the market so prices include the fees. By

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having all the tickets in one place you see the best deal.

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The key is to go around and convince people to give you the tickets to

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sell in the first place. Erm...

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Ticketmaster and see tickets and London theatre director, we have the

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major players on board and we are a platform to help them drive

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additional sales. They reach a new audience... They are happy to work

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with us to sell tickets. The best of luck. We know where to

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go when we want cheap tickets. Thank you.

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Somebody who likes a cheap ticket... Always.

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I do not like a free ticket but I like a free ticket.

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Rather than a cheap ticket. These are pictures from Weather Watchers.

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Not taking today but a beautiful view up to Castle Hill.

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The second picture is clear skies this evening. Look at the wind

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turbine. Keep the pictures coming in.

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It will be pretty cold over the next 24-hour sanity is all change as wet

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weather spreads back from the Atlantic on Friday. Tomorrow is a

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frosty start. Mainly sunny skies. Thursday chart... Watch what happens

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when the high-pressure gives way and moves the continent and pressure

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balls and we end up this weather system coming across. On Friday

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morning in particular it could pretty wet with outbreaks of rain.

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Eventually, milder air comes in from the Atlantic. The weekend is looking

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reasonable. Temperatures could reach double figures. No prizes for seeing

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where the wind is coming from, straight down from the north. That

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went moves a bit more cloud into coastal areas and the cloud picking

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up perhaps for one or two showers. I suspect it is cold enough for

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showers to turn wintry, perhaps a slight covering of snow on the

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eastern side of the North York Moors, with sleet and hill towards

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the coast. In that it is dry and clear. A straightforward forecast. I

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am sure the gritters are out already because minus four Celsius is

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expected, 25 Fahrenheit in the West. One or two Celsius on the coast and

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down to about minus three Celsius in other places. Perhaps a slight

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covering of snow. The sun rises at 8:23am and set at 4:01pm. Next I

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want times here... -- high water times. Tomorrow, one or two showers

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in Whitby, Scarborough and other places. They will fizzle out

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elsewhere and a cold and frosty start. Certainly some places will

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see frost lingering all day and long. Sunshine should lift

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temperatures eventually to about three or four Celsius, so you might

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imagine it will feel fairly chilly out of doors. They light and

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variable breeze, with three or four Celsius, five Celsius in

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Scarborough. Over the cup, settling nearer two Celsius, and a queue

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tomorrow evening, that frost really read develops. As we head through

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Friday, I think the frost has gone, as cloud and rain spread in from the

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West. The wind will strengthen as well. A miserable day on Friday. A

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lot of rain coming through Friday morning, heading towards Brady

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afternoon. Saturday and Sunday looks rather cloudy and some drizzle over

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the Pennines on Saturday morning. Otherwise Saturday is fine. Sunday

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not bad, with Brian variable amounts of sunshine with temperatures

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ranging nine - 11 Sultan 's. -- nine to 11 Celsius.

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A bottle of whiskey at Christmas... How did you get out of the

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supermarket with a tag on? That is it from us, back at 10:30pm.

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as he explores Naples, Venice and Florence.

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It's like we're walking through a giant's armpit.

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We can follow the escape route of Michelangelo.

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