01/07/2011 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


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Good evening, and welcome to BBC Look North. The headlines tonight:

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How foreign workers are keeping industries in East Yorkshire and

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Lincolnshire alive. You can only employed people who come for the

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jobs. We have around 70 % of migrant workers at the factory.

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The Lincoln mum fighting to save a heart unit from closing as final

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appeals are made. It caused us a great worry to not know where the

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future will be. And a new kit for Lincoln City as

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the team prepares for life outside the Football League. I am live at

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RAF Waddington. These aircraft are preparing to take to the skies and

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entertain around 100,000 people and will there be sunshine over the

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weekend? I will have the sole forecast later.

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-- the full forecast. "We'd be lost without them." That

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is the view of agricultural leaders in Lincolnshire about their non-

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British workforce. But the Work and Pensions Secretary, Iain Duncan

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Smith, is urging businesses to take on more unemployed Britons and stop

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relying on labour from abroad. Tonight, there are calls for the

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government to provide better training to make the british

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workforce more suitable. Paul Murphy has the story.

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Two-thirds of the workforce at this onion packing factory are migrants.

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That is not unusual in the Lincolnshire food processing

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industry. This company says it tries to recruit British workers,

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but struggles to find them. You can only employed the people who come

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for the jobs. We have around 70 % of migrant workers at the factory,

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and the majority of jobs that we have advertised we get very few

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English, British people coming for the interviews. Iain Duncan-Smith's

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comments signal a clear hardening of the stands on the use of migrant

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labour. We have to ensure that our immigration service works in the

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interest of Britain, enabling us to make it realistic promise to our

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young people. The National Farmers' Union in Lincolnshire says the

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government needs to recognise that British workers can sometimes be

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unwilling or unsuitable for farm work. When employees have equipment

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worth hundreds of thousands of pounds, and we are expected to take

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young people on, we need an incentive to be able to train them

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properly. We also need the people to come with an ethic of wanting to

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work. Jobseeker's in Hull, and there are around 40 for every

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vacancy, say competition is fierce. For I think at the moment I am

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struggling to find work, a few years ago he it was easier. How I

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think a lot of the jobs are taken up by people who come from other

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countries. The British are lazy. There are so many jobs out there.

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But the do not like them. Back at the onion factory, they will tell

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you that nationality is irrelevant. They just want the best people for

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the job, and, at this point in time, few of them are British.

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Earlier, I spoke to Alp Mehmet from the independent body Migration

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Watch UK. He told me he supported what Iain Duncan Smith had said

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today. Of course, what he said needed to be said. For the first

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time, as soon knew a member of the government has had the guts to come

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out with something that a lot of people have known for a long time.

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We support and encourage and welcomed what he has said. There

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are jobs out there, particularly in this part of the world, in the

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agricultural sector. But employers say that British people do not want

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those jobs. Some may not want to, but what I look at is the overall

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figures. If we have nearly one million youngsters between 16 and

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24 unemployed. No one is telling me that out of that one million, there

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are not those who are desperate for work. But the employers are telling

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us, I have spoken to a farmer, they do not apply for the jobs. If he

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does not have the migrant workers, he does not have a work force.

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you look at particular areas, there may be difficulties. But I am sure

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that a new area, there are many people outside the agricultural

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sector who are desperate for work, and they would have liked an

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opportunity. It the migrant workers do not do the jobs, and British

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people do, that will cost, it will cost employers, and the tax payer

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will end up paying for that, won't they? For why should it do that?

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Why should we be paying for foreigners who come here looking

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for work and do not get it? Because the employers will have to pay more

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money. If you are saying that those who are being employed from

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overseas cost less, they are cheaper to employee, they are

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easier to hire and fire, they are easier to push around, I do not

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think that is a good enough reason to be employed in foreigners at the

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expense of British workers. What needs to change? I think that this

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is something that needs to go over a period. We need to look at

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apprenticeships, for example, apprenticeships were something that

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were a feature of the employment scene here over many years, and

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suddenly they seem to have disappeared. We need to look at

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that, and we need to encourage young people to get the necessary

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skills. But it is no good saying that we do not have the skills here,

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when we have one million people unemployed, who we could be

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training so that we have the skills base in the future. And then

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complaining in 10 years' time because we do not have those skills

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around, because we have not trained them. Thank you for your time.

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Many people are saying that Iain Duncan-Smith is very brave of for

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speaking out. What do you think about this story?

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Is it time for businesses to employ more British workers and rely less

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on foreign migrants? What impact would that have on an industry like

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agriculture in Lincolnshire? How local people have help to

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revive a struggling Lincolnshire town.

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It is claimed families of children with heart problems could face long

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journeys at times of extreme stress in order to get future treatment.

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The NHS is planning to close our nearest child heart surgery units

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in Leeds and Leicester in order to create new Centres of Excellence.

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The consultation ends today, with a decision expected later this year.

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Crispin Rolfe reports. A normal toddler playing ball. But

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Ed was born with heart complications, which have meant two

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major operations. Up until now, they have been conducted at the

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Child Heart Unit in Leicester. But that now faces closure, leaving mum

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Mel to wonder where her son's third operation will take place. It is

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easier to know you only have one hour to go down the road. To know

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that it could be two-and-a-half hours, it brings an amount of worry

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to any parent. It causes me so much worry to think we might not naked

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in time if he goes into heart failure. An NHS review could see

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specialist child heart units close in both Leicester and Leeds,

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forcing families to travel to Birmingham, London or Newcastle for

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future treatment. But with only 31 child heart surgeons in England and

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Wales, it is claimed a core of 6 or 7 specialist units would help staff

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improve their skills for the 3500 operations which take place each

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year. Although some parents agree with the mauve, others are

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protesting. The committee that is giving this recommendation will go

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through all the documents that have been sent through the consultation

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period over the last four months, and then we will come to some

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recommendations of which centres to stay open and which to close.

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Hull mum Julie Chambers is supporting the move. Her daughter

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Zoe underwent a heart transplant in Newcastle, which helped prolong her

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short life. I would travel to the end of the earth to get at. So

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travel is important, but I do it all the time, and I would do it

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again. Today has been the last day of this consultation, and for

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families like Mel's it is as much about the uncertainty as the

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distance or change. But when the decision is made this autumn, it

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seems likely that in Ed faces a long journey for the treatment

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which will help him lead a healthy life.

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Earlier I spoke to Cecilia Yardley from the Children's Heart

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Federation and asked her what the benefits of these changes would be

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for patients. These changes are all about bringing better care for

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children, better care at the time of surgery and also ongoing. So

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parents should be reassured that their children will have a better

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quality of life after these changes. Some parents are saying they have

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to travel further afield at already distressing times. And that it will

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put added pressure on them and maybe even put the children's lives

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at risk? We are taking very seriously those concerns, and we

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have asked for particularly -- particular help for families on low

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income has war who do not have access to a car. Most children only

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need one operation. So the surgery changes and the travelling should

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not affect families on an ongoing basis. The cardiology services, the

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ongoing care and support will remain in the same places. Is there

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not a danger that this is more about saving money than saving

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lives? No, in fact, this review has grown out of the Bristol baby

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tragedy, where it became clear that it was very important to bring

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surgeons together into larger teams, doing more operations, to build up

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their skills. This is an entirely clinically driven programme, to

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make the lives of children better for them. Thank you for your time.

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Pig farmers from East Yorkshire have been demanding a fairer deal

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for their fellow farmers from one of the world's biggest retailers.

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Tesco says it is working with the pig industry to help suppliers deal

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with rising costs. But that didn't stop demonstrations which were held

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outside the supermarket's annual general meeting today. Major

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retailers are making on average �16 million per week profit out of the

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pigs that pig farmers sell to them. If but the farmers are losing �3

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million per week on those same animals. If there is something

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fundamentally wrong when there is that imbalance, and I see no reason

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why I should be subsidising the profits of the shareholders in that

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meeting. Investigators say an electrical

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fault sparked a fire at a Lincolnshire nightclub. People were

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rescued last night after the fire took hold. More than 35

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firefighters were called out to deal with the incident.

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Still ahead tonight: Lincoln City unveil their new kit

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as the team prepares for life outside the Football League.

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And Waddington prepares for the It has been a lovely Day Today, and

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we have seen some sunshine. That will be the story through the

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weekend. Bright, sunny at times and mostly dry. There will be at a

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range of high-pressure keeping the weather settled through the weekend

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and at the start of next week. Earlier, we have broken cloud.

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Three this evening, we are looking at broken cloud overnight. There

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will be some clear spells, the wind will be lighter. Temperatures of 10

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to 12 degrees Celsius. The sun will rise tomorrow morning at 4:35am,

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and set at 9:25pm. Tomorrow, Don is bright, there will be patches of

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cloud, but they will move around to the cause of the day. There will be

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spells of sunshine, there is the chance of a light shower, but for

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most of us it will be dry. A decent amount of sunshine, Variable cloud,

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and temperatures tomorrow should be higher than today, the breeze will

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be light and variable, around 16 degrees Celsius on the coast, but

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17-20 degrees Celsius in Lincoln. Overnight and into Sunday, it will

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be a cool night, temperatures down to 10 degrees Celsius. But on

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Sunday, there sunshine continues. For the start of next week, it will

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turn a milder with south-westerly winds. Temperatures around 23

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degrees Celsius on Monday, a risk of showers on Tuesday are still

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feeling warm. Pubs closing, shops being boarded

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up, and falling school numbers - we are constantly being told how our

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rural communities are struggling to survive. But one town in

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Lincolnshire appears to be bucking the trend. Millions of pounds have

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been invested in regeneration, and new businesses are opening every

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month. Vicky Johnson has been to Caistor to see how they are doing

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it. There is a real sense of renewal and optimism here. These

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architects and builders have been behind the improvements. I think we

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did eight projects in total. They claim it has been a big community

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effort, with counsellors helping them access grant funding. It is

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nice to have worked on such a success. Along with the district

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council and all of the teams that have been involved. It has been a

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complete success story. Much as that success is down to this man,

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Roy Schofield. He spent more than 10 years lobbying the various

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bodies for money. For his conversion of a chapel interest

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projects. The first chunk of money was at the heritage initiative the.

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That was �1.6 million. Their county council put some money into

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renovate the cans bed -- the market place. This investment seems to be

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paying off. A restaurant and bar opens just three weeks ago, also

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new to the town are an equestrian outfitters and a deli and catering

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business. It just proves confidence in the people and the town itself,

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the whole place looks a bit smarter and that is an a way of getting

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people to come. I have noticed the shops, everything looks prettier.

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It has smartened up no end over the last couple years full stope they

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have been lots of changes. Yuri Gagarin's renaissance is an example

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of what can be achieved when people power is mobilised -- Caistor.

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There are still a number of facilities that need to be in the

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centre is, so yes, there are still buildings that we could live cat.

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Caistor is certainly under going quite a transportation, and there

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are whispers of yet more investment in the pipeline. So others

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struggling communities could certainly learn a lesson or two

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from the people of this town. It is one of the biggest events in

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the Lincolnshire Callander, with more than 100,000 people expected

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at the Waddington airshow. But it is not just about funfair rides and

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fast jets, it is a vital fundraiser a. Philip Norton reports.

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It has grown to become the largest RAF air show in the country. It

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brings in around 100,000 visitors every year. It is enormous, the

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single biggest engagement event in the East Midlands, the biggest

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thing that the Royal Air Force does in terms of putting itself on show.

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It is a great opportunity for us to bring people into our lives, and

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help them understand a bit about the air force. As well as the

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military aircraft, there is a lot of fun to be had. If there is a

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fair, stalls, exhibitions and music. They are aerobatic displays from

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this Thunderbirds and the Red Arrows. They have come all away

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from Las Vegas. Last time we were here it was the year 2000, we are

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very excited to be here, if we have a lot of demonstration teams from

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around the world and we are privileged to be part of this show.

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The Vulcan will also be flying, always a favourite at Waddington

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where it was based during the Cold War. It follows a funding campaign

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to return her to the skies. If the public have been very generous,

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because the commercial sponsorship is not happening and we are very

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dependent on the public's generosity. If there is also a

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serious side. If the event raises thousands of pounds for charity,

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including the RAF Benevolent Fund, which has helped Jacqui Thompson

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after her husband Gary was killed. It enabled me to try to live a

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normal life, knowing that one part of our lives were taking care of,

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and I would be able to help the girls, and be of use to them.

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final preparations now being made, and made all the noise and

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aerobatics it is easy to forget that this is a vital, working

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station. Around 25 % of our people are currently employed overseas.

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are currently employed overseas. Hopefully, this week we are focused

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on the air show here at Waddington. Those operations overseas will

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continue long after this weekend's extravaganza of.

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Philip is live at Waddington, probably looking very smug after

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that trip of a lifetime. What a highlight this weekend?

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It has been a glorious day, the sun is just going down and the forecast

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is good. But there have been many aircraft arriving over the last

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couple of days, including aircraft like this. If this is an Apache

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attack helicopter. There have been an ever increasing number of

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enthusiasts, the A 15 has been something to see, they have all

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been up on ladders trying to get a glimpse of aircraft like this. For

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and who better to ask what to look at than these enthusiasts? Here are

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their highlights. Thunderbirds, they are very good, very fast.

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Thunderbirds, definitely. It is just the aircraft and the skill of

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the men are flying the aeroplanes. With some forecast for the weekend,

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it promises to be lovely. The gates open at 8:00am, and the first

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display is at about 10am. If the organisers are advising people not

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to arrive before 10am -- a day and. It promises to be a great weekend.

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The advice, bring a bit of sun cream.

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Lincoln City has made its first summer signing on the day it

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revealed its new strip. The club aims to bounce back into the league

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after relegation last season. But as Simon Clark explains, Lincoln is

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still coming to terms with demotion. It is a significant departure.

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Thinner red-and-white stripes, and, at 10am, when the shirts went on

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sale, there were some he wanted to be first. I think it does look a

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lot better, it is a modern design and hopefully it will bring success

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this season. I have a collection of sheds at home, I like it.

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manager took time out to inspect the kids before naming his first

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signing of the summer, Jamie take. He scored 19 in all competitions

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last year, speaking to managers in the conference, I think it is

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important to have players that have had that little bit of experience.

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They are going to be the top two or three teams in the conference, size

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wise. So to come from a small club to Lincoln is a massive move for me.

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Relegation has cost up to �500,000. They are only tenor players signed

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on, and training starts next week. Lincoln City head off to their

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Brave New World. And unique, and a new shirt. But the big question

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remains - will a player wearing the shirt be holding the Conference

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trophy in May? This former captain and manager wants to see more

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activity. He says fans wants to see tangible action to bring confidence

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ahead of the new campaign. They have to try to get more localised

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players, and get the community spirit back. That is what has gone

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missing. And I think the supporters will always be behind them, but

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they just wants to see some proactive business going on. Link

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in a certainly hope to leave plenty of these.

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Three Lincoln City Ladies players were on the pitch as the England

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women's football team took on New Zealand. Sophie Bradley, Sue Smith

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and Jess Clarke were all chosen for the squad. New Zealand scored after

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17 minutes, with England taking an equaliser in the second half and

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then that winning goal came through 20 minutes later. The final score -

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England 2, New Zealand 1. Their next game is against Japan on

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Tuesday. Hull FC have travelled to St Helens

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with Kirk Yeaman for tonight's Superleague game following his

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medical scare last weekend. BBC Radio Humberside are on air now on

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95.9FM and online. Hull KR's home game against Wakefield on Sunday is

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also on FM and Online. The game kicks off at 3.30pm.

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They are known for their cunning, but a fox cub in East Yorkshire is

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having to have daily swimming lessons after getting trapped in a

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crisp packet. Basil, as she is known, is fitted with a life jacket.

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She then exercises in water to help rebuild strength in her broken hip.

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A daily dose of doggy paddle is exactly what the doctor ordered for

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Basil after she was found dehydrated and injured, trapped in

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a crisp packet. When she came in she was very poorly, extremely

:26:47.:26:52.

dehydrated, and it was a case of, make a decision, do we try for her

:26:52.:26:57.

or kindly let her go. And we decided to give her a chance.

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helps to strengthen her broken hip. But she is not been tamed! Bahrain

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is not to turn her into a pet, but you get her released back into the

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wild. The quicker we can get her back into the wild, the less chance

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she has of being humanised, Laura both becoming reliant on people or

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even being too friendly with them. After all that exercise, a well-

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earned rest. She has become a East Yorkshire's fantastic Mrs Fox.

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A recap of the main headlines: Andy Murray's Wimbledon hopes have come

:27:40.:27:43.

to an end. He was beaten in the semi-finals

:27:43.:27:48.

for the second year in a row. And as the Government urges

:27:48.:27:52.

businesses to employ it more or Britons, agricultural leaders say

:27:52.:27:56.

they would be lost without foreign workers.

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Tomorrow's weather: at a bright day, stop temperatures of 20 degrees

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Celsius. Responses are coming in on the

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subject of migrant and British workers. Steve says that people in

:28:13.:28:23.

this country do not want to work. - - do want to work. My son has

:28:23.:28:28.

applied for 20 apprenticeships. This e-mail says that employers

:28:28.:28:32.

need to be aware that English citizens may feel they are

:28:32.:28:34.

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