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Good evening and welcome to Tuesday's Look North.

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A seven-year-old girl dies after being found

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A 15-year-old is questioned by police.

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A woman ran up the street. That was the mother of the daughter. She

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shouted, help, call for an ambulance.

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We'll be live in the city with the latest on the ongoing

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The impact of funding cuts on Yorkshire's schools.

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Now there's claims funding cuts could have a "catastrophic impact"

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We'll investigate the unprecedented pressures at hospitals in our region

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at one of the busiest times of year for the NHS.

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And how new powers could stop a repeat of an anti-social bike ride

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that brought a city centre to a standstill.

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And it is a windy night to come with a warning from the Met Office for

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severe gales. I will be back later in the programme with all the

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details. Witnesses have described

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the moment a distraught mother found her daughter dying

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on a playing field in York. Seven-year-old girl Katie Ruff

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was seriously injured following an incident

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in the Woodthorpe area of the city A 15 year-old girl

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has been arrested. Flowers have been laid

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at the scene throughout the day. One tribute was written

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to "darling princess Katie". This is horrific news.

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I am afraid so. This is a quiet, well-to-do street on the

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north-western outskirts of York. Large, detached houses in a wooded

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area. The peace and tranquillity here was shattered late yesterday

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afternoon and into the evening by intense police activity. For 24

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hours, the street behind me has been sealed off as a crime scene.

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A police tent covers an area of grassland where a seven-year-old

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girl was found with serious injuries yesterday afternoon.

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Tonight, the girl has been named as Katie Ruff.

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She was rushed to York Hospital but later died.

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Neighbours living nearby explained what they saw.

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That was obviously the mother of the daughter.

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She was shouting, help, call for an ambulance.

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I put my shoes on and went to go up the alley way.

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I got halfway up and I could see a body lying in the field,

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but the police were already there attending.

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Today, the normally quiet Alness Drive in Woodthorpe

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was cordoned off as police pieced together the circumstances

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Specially trained officers are supporting the victim's family

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at this extremely difficult time for them.

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Clearly, the circumstances require the investigation to be conducted

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Emergency services were called here at around 4:30pm and found

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the little girl on a footpath that leads to a playing field.

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A 15-year-old girl was arrested and is being questioned by detectives.

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Throughout today, friends and family have been laying

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She was a very close friend to my daughter and a truly unique,

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Respect their family, beautiful family.

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Both involved are so young and it is such a shame,

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because she has not even started her life, really, has she?

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It is not known if the victim lived in the area, but one local

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councillor said support would be given to those who need it.

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I spoke to the local vicar this morning and going to see what we can

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organise to have the church open for a couple of days to make sure

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that there's somewhere local for people to go and have a cup

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of tea or chat, somewhere if they have any problems

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or anything to talk about, they can get it off

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Tonight, the number of flowers and tributes continue to grow,

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and the community shaken by yesterday's tragic events

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has to try and absorb the impact of the death

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Alongside the police operation here on Alness Drive, there has been

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other police activity nearby. Addresses got to be in connection

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with this incident. This has been a difficult operation for police. The

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neighbourhood team last night we did it had been a tough shift for all

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involved with the tragic death of a seven-year-old girl. Rachael

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Maskell, the local MP, has expressed her sing the data the family and

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friends of those involved. Tonight, police are appealing for anyone

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might have been in the area yesterday afternoon and into the

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evening you might have seen something, to come forward and

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assist with enquiries. It is hoped more information might emerge about

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what happened here in coming days. We'll bring you an update on this

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story in our late bulletin as part 46 pupils in one class

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and claims funding cuts could have a "catastrophic impact"

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on some of Yorkshire's schools. A BBC Yorkshire investigation has

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found that schools in our region lost ?8.8 million in real terms

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from their budgets this academic One school has 46 children

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in a maths class, and there An MP we spoke to

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earlier is defending We'll show you that

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interview in a moment. Silas is 13 and goes to

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Brighouse High School in Calderdale. When he started his Year Nine maths

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lessons, he noticed something It looked more like a university

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lecture theatre, with one It's quite difficult because there

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are so many people around you, and you are distracted to talk

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to them a lot more and you are not focusing so much on the lesson,

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so it is quite difficult. And you've not got much room

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to put your stuff in front of you, which makes it confusing

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and dropping things and stuff. Everyone agrees it is too

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much for one class. There is no legal limit

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to the size of the class. Headteacher Liz Creswell says

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the move was prompted by changes to the GCSE maths exam,

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and difficulties recruiting She says the school,

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like many others, have had to make Teaching unions are worried cuts

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across the country will mean more children are taught

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in super-sized classes. I am a maths teacher myself,

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actually, and I would find that I understand they are the top set

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of maths, but I still think they would learn an awful lot more

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if they were in a smaller class. Keeping control of them

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will be more difficult. There is only one adult in the class

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with them is my understanding, so it would be difficult to ensure

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they are all safe, and the NUT's position is it is unacceptable

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to have a class of more than 30. When budgets run low,

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bigger classes aren't the only thing Other schools have told me

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they are having to cut back on things like books,

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equipment and even teachers. Ofsted inspectors say 37 staff

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have left this school since September 2015,

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without being replaced, Broadly speaking, changes

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to the Government's funding formula mean rural areas will get slightly

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more money for schools The Bradford Schools Forum,

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which includes head teachers Potentially catastrophic

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impact on certain schools. Immediately, I think

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you look at that and think, We asked the Government

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for an interview but they said They did tell us that school funding

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was at its highest level on record, with over ?40 billion

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being invested in 2016-17. But the National Audit Office says

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that is not keeping up with rising pupil numbers and higher costs

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of staff pensions and In the end, it is the children

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who are affected when Craig Whittaker, starting with you,

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would you be happy with your children being in a class with a

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ratio of 46 pupils to one teacher? The example you gave in the clip is

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a style of teaching that the school decides to use. It is not used in

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every lesson and we use that style of teaching in universities as well.

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Is it more of a necessity than choice? How can you meet the needs

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of every child when there is only one teacher up to 46 pupils? The

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head teachers and professionals at the school have chosen to teach in

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that fashion. As your clip said, it is because they have a shortage of

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mathematics teachers at that school. They have chosen to teach students

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in that way. Having been on the Education Select Committee for five

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years in last Parliament, one thing is certain. From the research we

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have done, unless you have class sizes under 14, there is not that

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much difference at all. The head teacher will have made that call

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when she entered team decided to teach in that fashion. Dominik,

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livestock specifically about the national funding formula. -- let's

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talk specifically. You have concerns about this, don't you? We would lose

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?5 million from schools immediately in Bradford. Although the four years

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of implementation of this, we would see ?40 million go out of schools in

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Bradford. Don't schools have to be smarter now? You have to look at the

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budgets and use them to the absolute any. You're talking about

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redundancies already? In my school, because the costs and unfunded

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growths in cost, we are facing thousands of pounds worth of costs

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and we are making redundancies as a result. The national funding formula

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moves money around the country, in pursuit of a very good proposition,

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in fairness, but in Bradford, 89% of schools will was money. Why are we

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not doing somewhat things in terms of budgets as we do for the NHS for

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education? We're spending a record ?14 billion on education in our

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country. What I would say to you is, is it right that people in

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Calderdale, my schools get less than those in Bradford? Because someone

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in government has deemed that over the years, Calderdale not have any

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deprivation. That is silly. We know that it has. It is incredibly

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important that we get the funding for also that all children get the

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same opportunities in life, whether they live in Bradford or Calderdale

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or anywhere else. Final word to Dominic. Craig Whittaker seems to

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dispute everything we have said. What you say to that? Overall

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implementation means there will be a small amount of money in Bradford,

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but the problem is the national growth in demand for them was

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vulnerable learners and those especially is, we have a high growth

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in that in this area. That has a massive impact from the National

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former. Till million pencils come -- ?12 million come from mainstream

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schools, but other schools need the money now as well.

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We'll meet the Yorkshire women preparing to represent England

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A number of hospitals across Yorkshire are reporting

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"unprecedented" levels of demand as they continue to try and cope

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While some have been forced to cancel planned operations,

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others have been placed on a high level of alert.

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Our health correspondent Jamie Coulson looks

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On New Year's Day, Pat McIntosh was taken to A in Dewsbury

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When she and her family arrived, they say that they were confronted

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with chaotic scenes as staff struggled with demand.

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The trust say they are doing what they can to relieve pressure,

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but Pat faced a 19-hour wait before bed became available.

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It was just so chaotic, queueing and waiting.

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And they were trying to do their best but it just...

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Winter pressures at hospitals are nothing new.

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Two years ago, Scarborough Hospital was forced to declare a major

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incident when they were no longer able to cope.

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This year, many trusts say that they are operating under extreme

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At these hospitals, like elsewhere in the NHS,

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they say that they are experiencing unprecedented levels of demand.

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We understand that last week at St James's Hospital,

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there were two days when there were no beds available for patients

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Last week, Rotherham Hospital spent a day and a half

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at the highest level of alert, which means there is

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the potential for some patient care to be compromised.

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And Airedale Hospital has been cancelling all nonurgent operations

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Over the past few months, the departments have

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unfortunately become busier, more overcrowded, and figures

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are clear that they show that unfortunately our performance

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is probably the worst in over a decade.

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Last week, I met a constituent whose husband died...

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Sheffield MP Louise Hague believes people are being let down

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by a system in crisis after a constituent died

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after waiting for an ambulance for two hours and 40 minutes.

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It is not an exaggeration to say that the NHS is in crisis now.

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We have held that from NHS leaders right down to people

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People are struggling to get the most basic services.

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Yorkshire Ambulance Service say that they are aware

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of the incident and are liaising with the patient's family.

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Meanwhile, the message to patients who do not need urgent

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hospital treatment remains to seek help elsewhere.

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The pressure on hospitals remains intense and winter

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Meanwhile, the family of a man from South Yorkshire

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who was stranded in France after a stroke say they're

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frustrated it took so long to find a bed in the UK.

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David Collings, from Aston, fell ill before Christmas.

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Doctors now believe he may have locked in syndrome,

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a condition where the patient can't move their body.

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After a wait of 11 days, a bed has now been found for him

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Mr Collings has been flown to Doncaster Airport this afternoon.

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This locked-in syndrome has been bandied about. We cannot say it is a

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definite diagnosis. We have been told frequently, you do know this is

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serious, you do know this is serious. Yes, we do. You have to

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hope, don't you? You have to hope this man will come back to us in

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some she perform. -- some shape or form. So, yes, that is our next

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mountain to climb. Together, we will stay strong for him, as he would for

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us. Let's get some other news in brief

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now, and five Yorkshire post offices are among 300 nationally

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which are at risk of closure. The Post Office says

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branches in Huddersfield, Rotherham, Pontefract,

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Pudsey and Ossett may be franchised It blames the high cost

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of prime high street The Bradford-based supermarket

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Morrisons has seen its best performance over Christmas

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for seven years. It posted an almost 3% rise

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in like-for-like sales. The supermarket said additions

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to its premium range - including macarons and gold-dusted

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salmon - had helped It comes as Morrisons announced

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it was pulling out of plans to build a new store in Shipley,

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citing commercial reasons. One of the most influential

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sociologists of the 20th Zygmunt Bauman, who was 91,

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began lecturing at the University In 2010, the university founded

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the Bauman Institute, which promotes studies in social

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and political life in recognition A five-year ban's been introduced

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on bikers taking part The council went to court to ask

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a judge to approve the restrictions after a group caused chaos

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in the city centre. You may remember the scenes

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on the night of Halloween last year. But one motorbike action group says

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they fear they could be unfairly Anti-social bikers flooding

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pedestrianised parts of town, pulling wheelies and driving

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against the flow of oncoming traffic in scenes some

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compared to a horror film. But now the council has gone

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to court to try to stop this Leeds City Council have been

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granted this injunction. It gives police the power to arrest

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anyone organising or involved in By anti-social, they mean anything

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causing alarm, distress, harming someone else,

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or putting someone's Some say that the injunction

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was rushed and put If we are doing a run

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or a funeral escort, something like that,

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and some hooligan was to tag onto the end of our

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convoy of motorcycles, if they were to start acting

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around, pulling wheelies, revving their exhaust,

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that sort of thing, I would be revving their exhaust, that sort

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of thing, I would be liable, We would all be basically tarred

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with the same brush and have this We know it is aimed

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at hooligans, etc. We don't have a problem

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with trying to do something But our concerns are that somebody

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could say, three motorbikes drove past my house and it bothered me,

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and, in theory, they could drag you to ourt for something

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that was previously legal. The council says that today's ruling

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sends a clear message and stresses it will not

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affect law-abiding bikers. Three more arrests have been

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made in the last week for the Halloween ride-out,

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bringing the total And police say that they have

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already used the injunction as a warning to prevent two similar

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ride-outs in last month. Viewing this footage, the judge

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criticised the perpetrators. She said that they were knowingly

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putting the public at risk The hope now is to protect

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the people of Leeds without unfairly Sport now, and Leeds United safely

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got through their tricky FA Cup third round tie at League Two side

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Cambridge United last night. Cambridge went ahead

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after 25 minutes through But Stuart Dallas headed

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an equaliser for Leeds 11 minutes after half-time and Alex Mowatt

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scored the winner seven minutes later to set up a fourth-round tie

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at either AFC Wimbledon or Sutton Elsewhere, in the fourth round draw,

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Huddersfield face a short trip And if Barnsley win their replay

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against Blackpool, they'll be away If you're a rugby league fan,

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you'll probably know that it's World Cup year,

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but it's not just for the men. The women's competition

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will run alongside it, with the finals taking place

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as a double-header in Brisbane. The England's women's captain is

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Featherstone Rovers' Andrea Dobson. She joins us now. What a massive

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year for women's rugby league, alongside the men in Brisbane. What

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will be going through your head on December the 2nd? Hopefully, when we

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had in the final, competing. It is massive for the women's game. For

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the first time ever, it runs alongside the men. It is normally a

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stand-alone festival. Like you say, this year, it runs alongside the

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men's. For the women's game, then there until four years well, it will

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be massive. I hope it puts our game into the spotlight and gets interest

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up. Are much is that neither? -- how much is that needed? A lot. The

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coverage for the women's game could be a lot more. Get out in the media

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more and gets more support. That was quite a comfortable win you had

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against France. Yes and it was needed as well. We won one of the

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games and drew one of the games. We had quite a young development squad.

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We did not really get the result of the performance we wanted, so this

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year, World Cup year, we needed to do well. They were looking to get a

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win over us after last year, so was important to get a good win. Yes.

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Here you are in your rugby league gear. And yet you're a full-time

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employee of the rugby league football union. How'd you get away

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with Quite easily. My job is to grow the game of rugby union in

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Sheffield. Get more people involved. They have so much money in that

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game, but the women's rugby union side has more resources than the

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Rugby football side? They probably do, yes. It has not always been like

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that. The support and focus on the women's game is the big drive we

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have as a governing body, and this rugby league that is out there a bit

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more and more full Cassano 's, we could hopefully be in some

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opposition. Let's quickly talk about the

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weather. It will be so hot in Brisbane. You are at an unfair

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disadvantage, training in Featherstone? Probably! We're used

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to the cold weather and it is better when they come here, really. It will

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be warm and hopefully we will have a few days to get used to the climate

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as much as possible. Warm weather training for us. The Australians

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like to beat us on at the peak of their temperatures as well. I bet

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they do! Best of luck.

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Snow might be on the way, so let's get a taster.

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Jamie Nicholls centres his best bits of 2016. -- Jamie Nicholl.

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Here is a little taste. That is fantastic. He is such a

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daredevil! Let's have the weather prospects. Hinting at snow?

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Snow showers perhaps on Thursday and Friday across the hills. We have a

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warning first Friday in the East. Some accumulation is possible in the

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north York. What we are to content within the short-term is a wind

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warning. Let's look at some photographs that have come in.

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Lovely blue sky here and a cloud developing across the top of the

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picture. The second picture, sunny spell at Stoodley Pike. Lots of

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pictures coming in today that a lovely. You can always send them

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into us here. We're starting this evening's forecast with concern

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about wind. We have had a warning from the Met Office, gales

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developing overnight and into the Russia of the morning as well.

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Perhaps even severe gales in the Pennines and on the East allied

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ground as well. -- of the high ground. Strong wind on Monday will

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definitely mean windy conditions for the coast, but could blow in some

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snow showers as well. More on that as the week progresses. You can see

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cloud spreading in from the Northwest Elia. It will be cloudy

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initially overnight. All the time, becoming windy with gales

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developing. That is quite widely happening across Yorkshire. 65-70

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mph. Across high ground, that could cause disruption, particularly

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lapsing into tomorrow's rush hour. The sun will rise at 20 past eight

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tomorrow. It is a windy rush hour. Take care first thing if you're out.

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It is generally a dusty day. Mixture of sunny spells and scattered

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showers. You can find showers in the Northwest turning wintry later,

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across the south and east of Yorkshire, dry and bright weather

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with some sunshine. It will feel chilly. Numerically, not

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particularly called for the time of year. But factored in that

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north-westerly breeze and it will feel cool. It will feel cold later

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into the week. Widespread frost on Thursday. We are looking out for

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snow showers in the East on Friday. We have to be careful of a Marilyn

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Monroe moment, don't we, as ladies? Anyway, that is as far as we go.

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These two will be back with the late news at ten o'clock.

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

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

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

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