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Hello. Thank you for joining us. The headlines tonight: Thousands of

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workers in East Yorkshire and lipping shire take part in what

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unions call the biggest strike for a generation. -- Lincolnshire.

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worked for 16 years. This is something I really, really believe

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in. Almost 200 schools are affected and other services close as workers

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down tools. Also on the programme tonight, why

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this controversial private road to an MP's house will be dug up less

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than a month after it was laid. And the children preparing to sing on

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stage with one of the world's biggest soul groups.

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$$TRANSMIT. Join me me for a detailed forecast including a look

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at this weekend's weather in 15 It has been called premature and

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wrong. Today, thousands of public sector work ers across East

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Yorkshire and Lincolnshire walked out in a row over pensions. Schools

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have been the biggest casualty with thousands of teach urs out on

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strike. In East Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire over 150

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schools have been closed or partially closed while in

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Lincolnshire it is estimated around 40 schools have been disrupted.

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Across Britain, unions estimate hundreds of thousands of people

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have taken to the streets to protest in what's been described as

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the biggest action of its kind in a generation. In a moment, we'll look

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at what impact it has had in this area.

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First here's Crispin Rolfe. They rallied in their hundreds across

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Lincoln and Hull. The strikes involved not just teachers but

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coastguards, lecturers and even defence transport striving driving

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instructors. And all for just one reason. ALL:: No cuts no pension

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cuts. Why now? The evidence we are being shown is there is no deficit

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yet they are still asking us for more money. I don't under Stan that.

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Everyone is having to take a slice of pain. Why not teachers? We

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already have. We've taken it for three years. In the war over words

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between Government and the unions, image is everything. It is

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interesting to note some other teaching unions criticised this

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strike. The question for parents across East Yorkshire and

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Lincolnshire is what they will make of seeing teachers protesting like

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students instead of teaching them. I don't think we are acting like

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students. We are exacting our democratic rights. The Government

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says the public sector pension bill are rise to �30 billion pie 2015,

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many protesters feel betrayed by the sudden change in terms. Frpblgs

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we'll work for loppinger periods of time, pay more into our pension and

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receive less. I'm concerned the way the Government's presenting this as

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an attack on gold- -plated Government sector cuts.

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Would parents want their children and grandchildren? I wouldn't want

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to have them being taught by a dad's army of teachers. But the

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Government maintains the pensions burden is unsustainable. Whether

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there is more disruption or a return to talks this is one area

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where they are not prepared to U- turn frplt the number of placards

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show the strept of feeling but the question for the Government is how

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do they balance the books with a deficit they claim are in existence.

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It is a problem the country, they argue, simply has to face. With

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hundreds of teachers on strike and a number of other civil servants

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protesting today, what has the impact been? Simon Spark has been

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finding out. With nearly 200 schools disrupted

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today, the biggest impact of the strikes was always going to be on

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childcare. This playgroup in Hull saw more children having to attend

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with some frus straighted parents. It is stupid. School's school. They

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say about keeping your kids off if they are ill but they keep the kids

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off just cos they want more money. But some accepted what was

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happening. It is inconvenient for some. There is a cost itch kaigs.

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But, people have to stand up for their rights -- implication.

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other areas, different professions supported the cause. These men are

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Lincolnshire prison officers. They are not allowed to strike but have

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taken annual leave to support today's action. For prison officers

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working on landings, restraininging prisoners at the age of 66 is

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ludicrous. There was similar support at Hull Prison. Staff using

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their lunch break to protest. But apart from minor dis ruption, most

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services were unaffected. Jobcentres stayed open. So did the

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courts and the coastguard kept on a skeleton crew. Many are still going

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into work because lives are at risk. They are work hard for that low pay.

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But they are thoroughly behind this fight, along with everybody else.

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The public bearing the effects of today's action spoke of their hope

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for a quick resolution. The possibility of that is still

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unknown. Nick Boles is the Tory MP for gram

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tham and Saddam for the and the Parliamentary Private Secretary to

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the Schools Minister. I spoke to him a while ago asking him what he

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thought to today's industrial action. I think they were wrong. I

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want to pay tribute to the many public sector workers, even members

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of the unions who called the strike, who wept to work. Three quarters of

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the nation's schools were open today. Some did go on strike. We

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are in the middle of discussions firstly. We have not reached a

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final position. It seems pretty strange to go on strike snt middle

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of a discussion that the Government's entered into in good

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faith. These strikers claim your Government wants to rip up the

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contracts it has with them and change the rules part way through

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their working lives. That is not true. We've made clear all through

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this accrued rights, the rights people have earned in their career

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to date will be maintained. We are talking about future arrangements.

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Yes, that means for people who are currently teachers, their pensions

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would be changed for the years that are left in their working lives.

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But what we have to look at is we are paying, as a Government, and

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that means the taxpayers are paying, over 14% contribution into

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teachers' pensionerss -- pensionss. Name me anyone in private sector

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which gets that level of contribution. The A TL have never

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been on strike before. What else could they do to get their message

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across? We've understood the message already. That was loud and

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clear. We didn't need people to actually cause children's education

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to be in ter upted. Many working parents to have to take a day off

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work. Businesses to actually lose business because they've lost

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employees who have to look after their kids. That is entirely

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irresponsible behaviour on the part of the union leadership. Just not

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constructive when the whole country's facing a really serious

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problem and we all have a tighten our belts. Hasn't coalition

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mishandled this? Especially the chief Treasury Secretary saying the

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Government wouldn't back down over pension reform. The Government

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doesn't seem prepared to reach any compromise and that's what's wound

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everyone up? We're not backing down on pension reform. But we are open

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to suggestions as to how to reform pensions. What we have to do is ask

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whether it is fair for taxpayers who are working in the private

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sector, who could only dream of pensions like people in the public

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sector get, to pay taxes to contribute to enable people in the

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public sector to retire several year earlier then them on final

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salary schemes that are very, very generous. I just don't think that's

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fair. I don't think most people in the country think that's fair.

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Thank you very much. The Conservative MP nick bowls. Now

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the strikes are over, let me know your thoughts. Have teachers and

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civil servants made their point today. If you're a teacher watching

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tonight, do you feel today's strikes will change anything? Was

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it worth it. If you're parents as After last night's programme, which

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was later than normal, a big response on this support story. A

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Thank you for those. Look forward to getting your comments tonight.Le

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Burglars have raided the home of a couple who were killed in a fire in

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Hull over the weekend. Victor Crowther and his wife Anna died

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after the fire swept thrie their home in Montrose Street on Saturday.

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The emergency services said it was of the most father association

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they'd ever faced. Stamford Museum has had its funding

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withdrawn and has closed. Some of the arplt facts will be rehoused at

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the town's library. Moves to close St Bede's school in

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Boston have been finalised today. The school was described as failing.

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Three years ago it recorded the second worst GCSE results in the

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country A plan to merge it with Haven High will no go ahead.

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Contractors are to remove a driveway controversially resurfaced

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free of charge at the moment of Beverley's MP Graham Stuart.

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Workers laid the drive using materials left over from road

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repairs on Hengate. But the move led the MP to being strongly

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criticised. Paul, this is an unusual story,

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putting a tiny lane in Beverley in the national headlines? Who would

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have thought, Peter, 50 metres of Tarmac could provoke such a furious

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row. There are those who belief using waste Tarmac in this way is a

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great use of resources and saves on landfill. Those who believe that Mr

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Stuart should not benefit from publicly-funded Tarmac and

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neighbours who believe this ancient lane has been vandalised by its use.

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Earlier, we spoke to one of Mr Stuart's political opponents who

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has reported him to the Parliamentmentry ombudsman. This is

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very much a judgment call. I feel a great amount of sympathy for the

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neighbours who have been very upset by this. The fact Graham allowed

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this to happen in the first place and that he can't see the

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legitimate point we are making about him de deriving an indirect

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benefit. He refusing to recognise that shows bad judgment on both

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parts. I gather Mr Stuart's fallen out with his neighbours over there

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as well? They quite liked their lane with all its potholes. They

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didn't want Tarmac on it. They claim the Stuarts have never

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consulted them about laying the Tarmac in the first place. Here's

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what one had to say a little earlier. It is a quiet, tranquil

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little back lane, been that like that over a00 years. Nobody wanted

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the Tarmac down: When Mrs Stuart built her house, that was a problem

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in itself with all the traffic and etc. Afterwards, she asked how she

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might repair the lane, and the one thing we said was we don't want

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Tarmac down the lane. Mr Stuart himself has issued a statement

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tonight which says it was his wife who asked for the Tarmac to the

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laid. No payment was taken-the- contractors didn't know who she was

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and it was a good use of waste Tarmac. This tale has more twists

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and turns than the lane itself. On Monday, the contractors will turn

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up again to dig it all up. It is hoped that after that, peace might

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break out in Beverley, although those neighbourly feelings might

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take some time a heal over. Paul, thank you.

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The time is 7 .42. Still ahead tonight: The final Cod Wars forced

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big changes in life on the docks. And taking to the stage, the Hull

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children performing with one of the If you have a picture you're proud

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of, send it in. Tonight's is the poppy sunset at Thoresway, not far

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poppy sunset at Thoresway, not far from Market Rasen.

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Good evening. Did you catch up on your sleep after last night?

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Tweeting at 4.00am! Somebody snitched on me! Karen said can we

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have more of the late night shows. I watched the boys in bed. The mind

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boggles! I've started so I'll finish. Before the water shed

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tonight? The headline is pleasant for most places. After a sunny

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start, it will tend to cloud over. The main thing is high pressure

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will establish itself for Friday and over the weekend. Looks a

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pleasant forecast for the Waddington airshow. That's

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certainly good news. Right now, there are some pretty lively

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showers coming in across East Yorkshire and into northern parts

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of Lincolnshire. Those showers will continue to feed in from the north-

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west. One or two rumbles of thunder are possible. There are some good

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spells of sunshine over parts of Lincolnshire. Those clouds melting

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away. All parts becoming dry and clear with lowest temperatures down

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to 8 Celsius in Goole. That's 46 It looks like we are off to a

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glorious start to the day with lots of blue sky and broken sunshine. As

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temperatures rise, it does look like the skies will tend to cloud

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over during the day. The afternoon mostly dry. Rather cloudy. Some

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sunny intervals. A very small chance of a light shower. Many of

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us dry. There will be a light north-west breeze. It is one of

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those in the sunshine it feels quite warm. Top temperatures not

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too exciting but pleasant innocentless. 19 Celsius. That's 66

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Fahrenheit. For the Waddington airshow this weekend, just a 10%

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chance of a light shower but it looks like it will be a dry weekend.

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Partly cloudy, some sunshine. That's the way of the whole of the

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region. Staying dry into Monday of next week.

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No-one can quite believe you read that one out! Least of all, me!

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Right, see you tomorrow. Right, see you tomorrow.

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Look forward to it! Role tifs of people using eight

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council-run care homes in Lincolnshire say their own health

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could be seriously affected if they are closed. Councillors say the

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move will save money and improve choice. But each the county's

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private sector has cast doult on whether there are enough care homes

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in the right places -- dout. Our communities correspondent Vicky y

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Johnson has more. Most were elderly, some were frail but all are United

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in their opposition to close the care home sooner than expected.

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Staff told them at an imprompt ewe meeting that the expected three-

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year reprieve is now unlikely. are proposinging to close in March

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of next year. Many of those attending look after relatives at

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home and use Line lands for a day's respite. Without it, they claim

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this couldn't cope. I had him for two-and-a-half years on my own

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without these breaks that I now get and I just completely snapped.

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wake up in the middle of the night and think about it. And oh dear.

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will be absolutely diabolical for everybody. Phil is a union rep. She

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says morale is plummeting among care staff because the council have

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so far failed to come up with a coherent strategy for the closures.

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Why put it out unless it is in concrete what is going to happen.

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That's how the council has operated all the way along. They keep

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changing their mind from one day to the next. Councillors insist

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closures should lead to an improved service. But the Lincolnshire care

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association is casting doubt on whether there are enough private

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centres spread across the county. Ghee graphically we are not sure

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whether the care hopes are appropriately placed in the air yas

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where there are a great deal of need. The local authority needs to

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carefully think about where it will buy places from within the

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independent sector. A final decision's expected next week to

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seal the fate of both the care homes and the people they look

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after. A young gymnast from Beverley has

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won four medals at the World Special Olympics in Greece. Mary

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Nolan took a gold and three silver medals as Britain claimed 72 medals

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in total at the championships in central Athens.

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Intr National Rugby League is returning to Hull after a four-year

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absence. England play New Zealand as part of a four-nations series

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involving Australia and wells. Hull City agreed a pre-season friendly

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with Liverpool next month. When the Cod Wars brought an end to

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almost all fishing from Hull and Grimsby, few people could see a

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bright future for the Humber docks. It is now hoped green energy will

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bring thousands of jobs to the ports once again. For our final

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look at life on the dorks, Jo Makel has been considering the changing

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fortunes of the Humber. A traditional way of life was about

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to change forever as the fishermen found themselves at the heart of a

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political storm. I protest on behalf of imagine's Government.

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Your action is illegal. Trawler nets were cut and ships were rammed

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as the third and final cod war escalated out of control. It got

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rough in between the Icelandics and English trawlers. There was some

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arpblgy bargey. Tried to push them out of the way. It got very heated

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at times. I was fishing in Iceland one time, a gun boat captain got

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irate and shot at one of the trawlers. Iceland wanted to ban

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foreign trawlers from her waters but the fishermen were prepared to

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fight back in any way they could. They gave us extra very, very large

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bags of pepper. You were told to make small pepper bombs to throw at

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the Icelandic gum boats. Sometimes the gum boat was coming up to you.

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Sometimes we had sacks of spuds and pelted them at them. In 1976, the

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British Government gave in to international pressure and agreed

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to the ban. The most important fishing grounds were lost. The moj

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ority of fishermen put the blame on Governments and politicians rather

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than the Icelanders. The ships which were working, there was that

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much of a Scrabble for jobs you'd had 100 going after one job. It was

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sad to see. The Cod Wars started the decline of the fishing industry

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in this area but the commercial docks have spent the last 20 years

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building on their traditional imports and exports and are now

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entering a new phase. As we move away from the carbon-based power

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generation towards carbon-free powerbaseed generation, the ports

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will play their part in that. whale oil to coal, gas and

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petroleum, the Humber ports have a long association with energy. Now

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companies like ABP want the ports to be a major player in renewables.

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Frpblgs the big plans are based on the north bank to develop green

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port Hull which hopefully will see see mens develop a wind turbine

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factory at the port there. Grimsby's very well placed to take

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shank of the new windfarms which will be developed off shore,

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operations and maintenance bases are already being developed in

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Grimsby. Here in Immingham, we think the offshore development will

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need slightly larger support vessels and Immingham will be

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ideally placed for that. There's excitement about the future. But

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with such a rich history surrounding the docks, should we be

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doing more to celebrate our past? We've great things in the area but

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we could do much, much more. A step in the right direction was the

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clipper race. Let's do more. Why not have an iconic building which

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shows us about man's engagement with the sea to compliment the deep.

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We should be really proud of our long and enduring links with the

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sea and the way we've opened up the world from this estuary. We are at

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least lucky to still have the memories of those people who made

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theirs a life on the docks. It was like walking into a another

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life being down on the dock. It is sad now that that is all gone. It's

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all gone. We had that comradeship contrary to what people say. They

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were great men. The docks were gold without any doubt. The dockers had

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the money and the dockers spent it. Most blokes went to sea not for the

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money, it was a way of life. No moaning. Didn't have to wry about

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having a shave or wash, clean your teeth. A lovely life, it was.

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knew everybody, you were virtually all in the same industry. A village

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within a city. Love looking at the old pictures.

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That was the last in the series looking at life on the docks. There

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is more on our website. We want to hear more of your

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memories of the docks. Email us or Many youngsters dream of singing

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alongside a famous pop band. For these children at Victoria Dock in

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Hull, Victoria Dock Primary, they are getting the chance to do that

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this evening when they go on stage with the soul singers The Drifters.

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# You're more than a number in my little red book #

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For over 50 years, The Drifters have been singing unforgettable

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hits. They've sold over 200 million singles and toured the world. But

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tonight, they are singing with schoolchildren from Hull.

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# You've got to search for the hero inside your self much much # This

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is the final rehearsals before the drifters play Hull's City Hall.

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When the music starts I want to see you all rocking like this. Victoria

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Dock Primary's among 40 UK schools to sing with the group to give more

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youngsters a taste of performing on stage. They sing so well. They are

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very professional. Somebody once told me never to work with kids and

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animals. Animals I don't know, but kids, definitely, they work.

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not all were sure who The Drifters are. Some knew and got very excited.

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Some didn't have a clue. One of the children said, isn't that a

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chocolate bar? I said it is, it is also a band! But the children's

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parents are certainly chuffed. were really excited. My grandma was

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as well. They was very proud of me. They know The Drifters. They are

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very famous. They were quite surprised. Tonight, the children

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will perform two songs with the band. If not for them, then

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certainly for their parents it will be a night to remember.

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# Saturday night at the movies, who cares what picture we see #

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Fantastic big night for the pupils of Victoria Dock school. Finally a

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recap of the headlines: Thousands of people in East

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Yorkshire and Lincolnshire joined workers across the county in what

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unions claim is the biggest strike for a generation. Here, almost 200

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schools were disrupted. A dry and sunny start. Clouding

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over. Most play places staying dry. Top temperatures tomorrow, 19

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Celsius. That's 66 Fahrenheit. More response on the industrial

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action today. Alex "public sector workers didn't

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cause this mess. Kids can learn a lot from the strikers about

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standing up to bullying" "Public sector strike is out of order. I do

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not relish a higher tax bill to keep them happy" "I'm a retired

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public sector worker. I paid extra contributions to help increase it

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slightly. I'm 76 and still working to help pay the bills. Come on

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