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A very good evening to you. Welcome to Look North. The headlines: The

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controversial children's opera - hundreds of pupils go back on stage

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after one word comes out of the script. Although it's been a

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disappointing episode in our collaboration, the important thing

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is that we have got a performance at the end of it.

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Four families are made homeless after a suspected arson attack in

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Hull. Devastated. Just can't put into

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words. Horrible. Especially when the fire got going and I could hear

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the roof falling in. The number of migrant workers

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increases in Boston. There are calls for more money for the area.

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Why it's a very special day for this East Yorkshire great-

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grandmother. She's number one in the East Riding.

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Number two in Yorkshire. I believe she's about 28 in Britain.

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I will be back with your detailed Good evening. It sparked a row

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between its writer, a school and the local council and a opera

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company. The show with a lead character who is gay will go on.

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The production of Beached takes place in Bridlington next weekend.

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Now after 48 hours and a very public disagreement played out in

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the national media, the writer has agreed to replacing the offending

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word. It's a row which has been going on

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behind-the-scenes for weeks. But now the issue surrounding the opera

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Beached have been resolved. We are thrilled to be able to say we are

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going ahead with the opera as the writer has agreed to change the

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words to more age-appropriate as we had asked. Emma Hobbs felt the

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language was offensive and inappropriate for young children,

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especially one word in particular. We asked "queer" to be changed to

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the word "gay. The writer, who is best-known for Billy Elliot, e-

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mailed Look North to say he had been appalled by the whole process

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and that he had always been willing to rewrite the script. So although

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the opera is now going ahead, there is still a lot of unrest. The

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school hasn't had any direct contact with the writer. Even

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though he's been on national television to speak about it.

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character says, "Of course, I'm queer, that is why I left here."

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Was that the only line that was a problem? There's been all sorts of

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things that we have worked with the school and with Opera North. That

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is the only line in question. To me - it is the only line that you know

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that the character is gay. school has never courted the

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national media about this or written online about it, or taken

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it out to a wider forum like that. We have always been happy to

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discuss this. Despite all the attention, parents are just happy

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the play is back on. I'm over the moon the play is back on. My son is

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very excited to be able to do it. I can't wait to buy the tickets. It

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is the right decision to go ahead. Looking forward to it. Now tickets

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are able to go on sale, organisers are hoping the seats will be full

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next week. Well, Richard Mantle is from Opera North. He told me about

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the changes that have been made to the script. To the opera, there

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have been a number of small changes to text that have been happening

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over a number of weeks now. Finally, the changes turned the tide if that

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is the right word. The character says, "I'm queer" to "I'm gay."

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did the original line get through in the first place? Anyone could

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have told you it was offensive? don't think it necessarily - it

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depends on your audience. You don't think it was necessarily offensive?

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Not necessarily, no. But it was - we have responded to the school. We

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have been trying to get it changed for some weeks because we are there

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as a sort of broker, we have commissioned a piece for a

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performance by the school and the school have to advise us what can

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be appropriate. We have to learn from them. We have taken their

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steer and achieved the change. writer has told us he would have

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changed the script at any point. Well... Why do we have this

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farcical on-off for three days? Maybe you shouldn't believe

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everything you hear from Lee Hall. Opera North highly regarded track

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record for commissioning new works for young people. Yeah. That is in

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your statement. Did you not spot how controversial this would be?

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think we have known that elements of the piece potentially could be

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quite controversial. Lee writes in a robust way. The school, who is

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part of this whole project, have been taken along with us on this

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and we have worked with them and where they have found a problem we

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have sort of brokered that with Lee. What we did was run into the

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buffers last week with Lee when he refused to make any change.

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Embarrassing few days for Opera North and the writer? No. We have a

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fantastic project. The kids in Bridlington have been continuing to

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rehearse, there is a lot of excitement and it will be great

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next week. Thank you. The story that has run and run this week. Do

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the changes make any difference? That one word, maybe you are a

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parent watching tonight in Bridlington. Let me know what you

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think. E-mail us at In a moment: The first green energy

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park in the country is switched on in Lincolnshire.

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Four families on a Hull estate have been left homeless after arsonists

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attacked a house on their street. Five homes in total have been

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damaged and the people who live in them have been told that all of

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those houses may have to be completely knocked down. No-one was

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seriously hurt, but several of the families are uninsured and face

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being left with nothing. Kate Sweeting has been to meet some of

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those affected. I looked out and I saw the glow from the fire. I woke

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up the wife. I think Liz's house is on fire. I have to go and get the

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kids out. The flames ripped through their homes in a matter of minutes,

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leaving the families with almost nothing. Just pure devastation, I

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don't know where do you start on rebuilding what you have lost? It

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is not just what you have got in the house, it's all your memories,

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your personal bits. It is where do you begin? Investigators are here

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trying to work out what caused the fire but the extent of the damage

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means that it will be many months before the families are able to

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return and I am told there is a possibility that this entire row of

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houses will have to be knocked down. There's only 40% of the people on

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this row that are insured. The other people have lost everything.

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They have to be devastated. They are waking up this morning, if any

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of them have had any sleep, with nothing in the world left.

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follows a similar attack at the weekend on the same estate. Luckily,

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the family got out unhurt despite being trapped by the flames. In

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this latest incident, the arsonists set fire to a bin in a shed outside

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this house which spread with astonishing speed leaving four of

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the houses almost totally destroyed. Obviously, we will look at that

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incident, not in isolation, but ensure we are catching all of the

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relevant evidence to ensure if there are a link, we will make

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those links. As the reality of what's happened starts to hit home

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for these families, many of the residents say they are frightened

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for their own safety in case the arsonists strike again.

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Daryl Oprey is from Humberside Fire Service. He is there at the scene.

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How has this fire caused so much damage? Good evening, Peter. The

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fire started in the bin shed as the reporter said and as with any fire,

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if you give it some fuel load and it will take hold quite rapidly.

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The fire will warm up other things in the area which will go on fire

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and that is how the fire has spread. It is incredible that people got

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out alive and fairly unharmed. What do you put that down to? It is.

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There's a couple of things. Ourselves and our colleagues the

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police and other agencies work very hard in communities to make sure

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that people are safe so smoke detectors save lives and the Fire

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Service are here to help and make sure that people are safe in their

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homes and in fact there is an event running on 16th July where this

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community itself will be helping itself to keep itself safer. So we

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all actually help to keep ourselves safe. We have had several suspected

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arson attacks in the last couple of days. Generally, they are more

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common. What is in the head of these people? Why do they do it?

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There are many different reasons, Peter, why people will set fire.

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Some is just out of fascination. Some is actually unfortunately with

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intent to harm other people. At this stage, we really don't know

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what was in the head of this arsonist. Do they think about the

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consequences of people generally? Clearly, not, Peter. There were

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people in those homes when they set those properties on fire. So I

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would say clearly they weren't thinking of the welfare of those

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people. Some of these people who have done this could be watching

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tonight. What do you say to them? Well, what I would say to them is

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just have a look at the devastation you have done to people's homes.

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Look at the lives you have endangered and please, please

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reconsider what you are doing. good to talk to you. Thank you. In

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another suspected arson attack: A woman and her three young

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children are recovering in hospital after arsonists set fire to their

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home in Lincoln. The Emergency Services were called to Scorer

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Street near Sincil Bank in the early hours of this morning. Fire

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officers say the family owe their lives to their smoke alarm. They

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have also praised neighbours and passers-by who are believed to have

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helped fight the fire by breaking down the door and throwing buckets

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of water onto the flames. We heard a scream. I knew it was her. We saw

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smoke and ran out and she got the kids out. We got the kids over to

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my house. The security company Group Four

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says a crash last night involving a van full of inmates from Hull

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Prison is being treated as an accident. Three prisoners were

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taken to hospital in York after the van overturned near Tadcaster. The

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six other inmates involved were returned to Hull. The driver was

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also injured in the crash. Four teenagers have been rescued by

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lifeboat crews after getting trapped against the sea wall near

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Grimsby Docks. The two boys and two girls were spotted by the

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Humberside Police helicopter while on routine patrol. The group had

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not called for help as they thought they could not make 999 calls with

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no credit on their mobile phones. Their rescuers say they're lucky to

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be alive. They realised that they was going to get home tonight. It

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was four youths, two males and two females. The two boys, they seemed

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really pleased and that. The girls was a bit frightened of the

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situation to be honest. The power of the sun is now being

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harnessed in Lincolnshire after the country's first solar energy park

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went live today. The park in fields at Conisholme near Louth will

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provide enough electricity to power around 300 homes. The company says

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the site will operate for 25 years. The big switch-on for a brand-new

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source of energy in Britain all thanks to the Lincolnshire sunshine.

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On this site we have 5,000 solar panels, each one of them has 48 of

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these silicon wafers. This is technology developed by NASA a few

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decades ago to power satellites up in space. This is the UK's first

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major solar sun park, combined with the neighbouring wind farm the site

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will produce 17 megawatts of energy, enough to power 10,000 homes every

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year. Solar technology has been maturing and it's taken off in

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other countries of the world. Our last Government introduced the

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feed-in tariff scheme and that enabled us to build these and to

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put solar-power into the grid. While this is the first UK sun park,

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the company here says it may be the last. They say the Government's cut

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support by 75% meaning future developments like this will be

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unfeasible. It is a great day on the one hand. It is a sad day

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because it is the last for a little while until the Government has a

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change of heart. Government says the changes to the feed-in tariff

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were necessary, speaking last month "Without action, the scheme would

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be overwhelmed. The new tariffs will ensure a sustained growth path

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for the solar industry while protecting the money for

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householders, small businesses and communities and will also further

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encourage the uptake of green electricity from anaerobic

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diJession." In Germany, -- Digestion." In Germany - we are

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falling behind. Ecotricity is celebrating what it believes will

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one day become a leading renewable energy resource. Still to come: The

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number of migrant workers increases in Boston. There are calls for more

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money for the area. Why it is a special day for this East Yorkshire

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great-grandmother. How are you? Very well. My

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favourite e-mail comes from Dave who has moved from Hull to the Isle

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of Sheppy. He has had a satellite installed so he can watch the news!

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He needs to get a life! Is that down in Essex? It's Kent, I think.

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Is it?! I think so. Caught me on the hop there! I'm sure it is Essex.

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I am sure our viewers will let us I am sure our viewers will let us

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know. The headlines: Very unsettled. We will have more of these

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thunderstorm clouds. We have had one or two of those in the last few

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hours. Some big thunderstorms have kicked off because low pressure

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remains in charge. Tomorrow will be another unsettled day. That said,

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many of you will have had a good deal of sunshine. Certainly parts

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of northern parts of Lincolnshire have seen some thunderstorms and

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there are still one or two around. The trend will be overnight for the

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showers to fizzle out and most areas will become dry with clear

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spells. The sun rises in the morning at 4.41. Most of us then

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off to a dry, possibly a bright start but cloud will build fairly

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quickly through the morning. Possibly longer outbreaks of rain

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for a time through the morning. The skies will brighten through the

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afternoon and the heavy showers may well begin to fizzle out towards

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tomorrow evening. Which ever way you look at it, it will be very

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unsettled indeed with top temperatures of 19 Celsius in Hull.

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Now although the weekend is looking unsettled, it is a very

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straightforward forecast. There will be some decent weather around.

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There is an ongoing risk of some heavy showers with a risk of

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thunder. That is the forecast. replica of the Olympic Torch has

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been in Lincolnshire today. Linda writes in, "You should carry the

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torch for Lincoln." You will be torch for Lincoln." You will be

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back again tomorrow night. See you tomorrow.

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Boston's MP has tonight told Look North that his town will continue

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to rely on migrant workers to fill jobs because jobless British people

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are walking away from work they His comments come as officials in

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Boston say more money is needed from the Government to help with

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the growing population of migrant workers.

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Last year 22% fewer overseas workers registered for National

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Insurance in Lincolnshire compared to three years ago. The drop in

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England as a whole was the same. But in Boston the numbers have gone

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up. Over the past decade, migrant workers have become increasingly

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crucial to Lincolnshire's agriculture and food processing

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industries. More than 60% of the workforce here at this vegetable

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producers originate from overseas and the company says they simply

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couldn't compete without them. It's thought up to a quarter of the

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town's population could now be made up of immigrants. People go where

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there's jobs, don't they? If there wasn't work, they wouldn't be here.

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I understand the people who are coming in are contributing a great

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deal to the economy. How many properties did we let? The town's

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letting agents would certainly agree migrant workers have been

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good for business. Over the last five years, rents have increased

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quite easily by 20-25% depending on the type of property that you are

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looking at. The town properties have improved the best. Five years

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ago, around 5% of Park Primary's population was international. Now

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it is more than 50% and that stretches the school's resources to

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the limit. It is not easy. We do receive a bit of extra funding from

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the local authority. By no means enough. We have got a very skilled

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and committed staff. We have hired some Polish-speaking translators

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and teaching assistants. Yes, it is a challenge. Local council

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officials agree that it is time the Government took notice of this

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trend. All Boston Borough Council has ever sought is its fair share

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of resources to deliver our servicess to our local community

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and once we know hopefully from Census figures what our population

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is, the national allocation system will give us our fair share which

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is all we have ever been seeking. So while migrant workers continue

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to toil for our economy, local officials will also be working hard

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to secure more funding for the area. Mark Simmonds is the Conservative

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MP for Boston and Skegness. He told me why he thought the number of

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migrant workers in Boston is still on the increase. It is difficult to

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gauge. Nobody has an accurate indication of how many migrant

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workers there are in the borough of Boston. There are some significant

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estimates that have been made both through numbers that have

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registered with GPs or those on the electoral roll, I don't think that

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counts for any of the real numbers there are there. We must welcome

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migrant workers and the public sector funding needs to reflect the

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number of people living in the Boston area. They don't at the

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moment. Taking the ringfencing off the way that local authorities

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should spend money should go to some way to helping with that.

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you had those employees with those jobs, would British workers do

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those jobs? That is a very good question. That is the crux of the

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problem, really. What is the answer? I think some of them should.

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I think that some of the changes that we are going to make to the

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benefits system where making work pay will be a key part of that and

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it should enable some of those British workers to go back into the

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workforce. Derek Clarke has said it is all about British jobs for

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British people. What happened about that? Well, I am afraid to say some

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sections of British society - and it is true in Boston - have decided

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there are certain types of jobs that they don't want to do. I can

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have these peculiar conversations with groups of people who say,

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"When are you going to get these migrants out of our town?" When I

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say to them, "When you are prepared to go into the fields" and they say,

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"That is migrant work." It is not until we change that perception

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that we will change the problem. What about those people who refuse

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to do those jobs, should their money be cutback? That is what the

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proposals are. If there is one thing that's struck me since the

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general election, it is the number of people who have said it is the

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right thing that the Government is doing to change the system of

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benefits to make sure that work pays, which it doesn't at the

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moment. It is not paying at the moment? It is not always paying at

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the moment. Very good to talk to you. Thank you. Are some British

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people too choosy when it comes to what work they will do? Your

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thoughts on this one - [email protected] There is a

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longer interview with Mark Simmonds tomorrow lunch time.

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Thanks for getting in touch with us over our story of a mother calling

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for higher penalties for reckless drivers. Her son, William

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Horncastle, was left in a coma for three days following the crash in

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East Yorkshire. The Prime Minister, David Cameron, is supporting moves

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by the Hull Labour MP, Karl Turner to increase the maximum sentence

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for dangerous driving from two to seven years.

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Bob in Grimsby texted to say, "I was injured six weeks ago because

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an impatient driver could not wait in single-file traffic. Careless

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drivers should be banned and re- tested."

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Virginia tweeted to say, "It's a good idea to increase sentences.

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Dangerous driving and careless driving costs lives."

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And Loren has also been a victim of careless driving. She says, "We

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have had to live with the scars and mental reminders of that day,

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knowing no action was taken against the driver who caused the

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incident." She's the oldest woman in East

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Yorkshire and the 28th oldest living Briton. Today her family

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came to help Elizabeth Riley celebrate her 109th birthday at the

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care home where she lives in Hedon. And although she rarely speaks,

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Crispin Rolfe spoke to her sons about her milestone. This report

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does contain some flash photography. # Happy birthday to you... #

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She came to this nursing home aged 90. Now it is helping Elizabeth

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Riley celebrate her 109th birthday. Today's a landmark for a lady now

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one of Britain's oldest living. Let's say if we had a Premier

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League, she would be in that league. And fairly well up it. She is

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number one in the East Riding. Number two in Yorkshire. I believe

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she's about 28 in Britain. Royal Party will begin their

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inspection... Born in 1902, Elizabeth took her sons here to the

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Festival of Britain in 1951. Today, it was easy to see that she enjoyed

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all the attention. Her sons claim that long life is in the genes.

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the moment, I have found 5th Generation on my grandfather's, my

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mother's father, on his side, going down to 1768 and that guy was 83

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years old. So a party - and by this time next year, Elizabeth won't

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just be a great-grandmother, but a great-great-grandmother.

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Happy birthday to Elizabeth. Let's have a recap of the headlines:

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After almost 170 years, the News of the World is to close, a victim of

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its own phone hacking scandal. The last edition will be this Sunday.

:26:48.:26:52.

The children's opera is back on in Bridlington after the writer

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changed one word in the script. The forecast for tomorrow - cloudy with

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outbreaks of rain spreading from the south.

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Top temperatures of around 19 Celsius.

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A response coming in on the story of the opera in Bridlington. "The

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word can't have been that offensive, it was said four times on your

:27:16.:27:22.

show." "Changing the word queer to gay goes to show how mad the PC

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