12/07/2011 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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Farmers say the price of food will continue to rise and more will go

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out of business unless the government steps in. We need a

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greater return to make our industry financially viable and profitable.

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The seagulls in Bridlington that businesses claim are hitting them

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in the pocket. A �100 million shopping development

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planned for Lincoln. Hull's newest millionaires

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celebrate their lucky win. A I will have the forecast later in

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Good evening. The price of food will continue to

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rise if more help is not given to farmers. Food growers in East

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Yorkshire and Lincolnshire are calling for the Government to

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provide more support for the industry as inflation figures today

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showed food prices rising sharply. There were big increases in the

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cost of bread, cereals, meat, milk, cheese and eggs. Caroline Bilton

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reports. At the pumps, at the tales, we are

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all pay more. Today's inflation figures are proof of that. Basics

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such as bread and milk have gone up in price. It is not just us, the

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consumer, paying more. Those who grew and produce our food are also

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feeling the strain. All our costs have gone up, like everybody's else.

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We are not seen the increase in revenue from our cells. Add the

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Great Yorkshire Show today, there were many more with stories of hard

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times. The frosty weather can have a bad effect on the food. We had to

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0.4 mm of rain in April, which was really serious. It Yorkshire, food

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producer generate more than �1.7 billion for the economy every year.

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The NFU is warning today that Yorkshire producers are struggling.

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It is because of the recent extreme weather. Some people are facing

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losses of up to �1.2 million. nothing changes, we will see

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agricultural production continued to decline in the UK. When we have

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years like this, with a drought in the spring and a very hard winter,

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we have to look to other countries around the world to feed us. We won

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the government to look at taxation policies, employment, training,

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skills, to make sure we make British agriculture more

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competitive and more productive. Many believe receiving a fair price

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for their food is crucial in achieving that. What we are looking

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for is a greater, improved share of the money that is received by the

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supermarkets for the sale of our products. If that happened, I think

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our businesses would become much more profitable and we could invest

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in it for the future. But some believe that farmers can do a lot

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for themselves. Matthew is one of the consortium of pea growers, who

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have launched a new brand of P. They have just signed a deal to

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supply them to Tesco's across the North of England. Farmers must try

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to create a niche, create a pot of difference, and sell themselves

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into the market. The market is not going to come to me. You have to go

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to the market and create the opportunities. Changing the way

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they work has paid off for this farmers, but that will not work for

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everyone. That is why the NFU of what the government to recognise

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the challenges facing farmers in the future, so that we, the

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consumer, do not end up paying more in the long run.

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Lord Henley, from the Department for the Environment and Rural

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Affairs, told me was looking at how to get farmers a better deal.

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government is addressing it. We are bringing in an adjudicator who will

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help arbitrate. You need to get this right, otherwise food is just

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going to go up and up for people who are watching the television

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tonight. We do not want food to become expensive. We what the

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consumer to get a fair deal, but we also want the farmers to get a fair

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deal from the supermarkets. Any inequality between them needs to be

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addressed. Away to dependence on imported food? No, we are not. We

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produce 75 % of the through to we want. When it comes to things like

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bananas, we have to import this because we cannot produce that.

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There are opportunities for fruits grown here to be exported elsewhere.

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There is their point talking about protectionism in third. We want to

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give people a choice about what food they have. We will go on

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producing food here. The NFU wants to see the government help local

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producers in a way that will makers not rely on import so much. There

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is nothing wrong with imports. We want to do what we can to encourage

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people to buy British food where they can, because British food is

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probably best, but they should have the opportunity to import food as

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they wish. Lord Henley, effective. Lord Henley talking to me earlier.

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What help do you think the Government should give farmers?

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What can be done to control the cost of food? Let us know what you

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And you for watching the this Tuesday night. -- thank-you for

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watching this Tuesday night. In a moment:

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Hull University honours the sports star turned charity fundraiser.

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Seagulls swooping to steal fish and chips from tourists in Bridlington

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are being blamed for costing businesses their money. So many

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people are suffering assaults by the birds that owners are having to

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give away free food in compensation. Crispin Rolfe is in Bridlington for

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us tonight. Crispin, just how big is this problem?

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His considerable one, when you consider this is the nation's

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favourite food. The question is, how do you managed to steal some of

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these from any one of these shops across the front of the seafront

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and bring them here without been bad Bond so you can eat them in

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peace? The problem for businesses is that when people lose their

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chips to see goals, the businesses are having to pay for new portions,

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so that is costing them. For a pack of seagulls, these trips

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takes seconds to demolish. Chip shops are more Bridlington's

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seafront said they are devouring mother does fried potatoes. Every

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time they still make a stab's food, it costs money. He they dive-bomb

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and there is nothing you can do about it. The customers come back

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to us and we have to give them the money, we feel obliged to give them

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the food. It is out of somebody's wages. People need to keep the

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chips covered up until they get sat down. Part of the problem is people

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feeding the seagulls. We have got a Dalmatians, keeping them at bay. I

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would advise people to bring a dog a long! They are an issue. They

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pester people. We have been having fish and chips, and they have come

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and grab them out of your hand. Very cheeky. Must make you feel

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uncomfortable. A bit, I suppose. A bit scary. What can be done? The

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RSPB says Segal numbers are declining, and may have been forced

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inland to find food. Instead of calling birds, is it a case of

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controlling human behaviour? People can take easy steps and not feed

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the birds. It is a nice thing to do if you do not come into contact

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with beds very often. The council is playing its part in clearing up

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unused food. We are asking people not to feed the sea eagles, and to

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put their unused food in the rubbish bins we have provided.

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There is a balance to be struck between nature and the modern world.

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In Bridlington, it seems that the see goals rule the roost.

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Bridlington may be the busiest seafood pot and the country, but

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according to the RSPB, the fish stocks are in decline. Naturally,

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their calls are coming inland. They are declining by 40 %. The RSPB

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says Colin is not an issue. The East Riding of Yorkshire council

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says that fining people is not something they are prepared to do

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for feeding the birds. I have seen a lot of people doing it today.

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What is the solution? The answer to that will have to come on a seaside

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postcard to Bridlington. Thank-you. What is the answer? Have

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you suffered at the hands of the beds in Bridlington? You may have a

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story on how to deal with the seagulls. Contact us.

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Humberside Fire and Rescue say sending crews to false alarms at

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local hospitals is a drain on resources. The fire service

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automatically sends two appliances every time an alarm sounds at a

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local hospital. Last Year they attended 72 call-outs at Hull Royal

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Infirmary, only two turned out to be real fires. They are now working

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with the NHS to review the system. To turn out to false alarms is a

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waste of resources. We are in discussions with the hospitals to

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come to some agreement to reduce the number of false alarms the fire

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service turn out to. An inquest has been opened and

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adjourned into the deaths of two people found dead in a car in North

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Lincolnshire on Friday. The men have been identified as Craig

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Harris, who was 44 and from Cleethorpes, and Naresh Kumar Ahir,

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who was 40 and from Wolverhampton. Their bodies were discovered in a

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car parked in a lane in Winteringham. Post mortem

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examinations have been conducted today and police are awaiting the

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outcome of further tests. More than �1 million has been

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pledged by North East Lincolnshire Council for a new road in Immingham.

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Plans to improve the A180 were put on hold by the Government last year.

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Local authorities now have to re- enter a bid for the upgrade which

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will cost around �5 million. A former sports star turned charity

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fundraiser has today been given an honorary degree by the University

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of Hull. Steve Prescott joined Hull FC in 1998, but just two years

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after retiring was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer in 2006. Since

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then, Steve has dedicated his life to raising money for good causes

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and so far has received �300,000 through various challenges. Our

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sports reporter Simon Clark has more.

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I confer upon you have the big grey... A major moment for Dr Steve

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Prescott. He received a doctorate from the University of Hull's

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Chancellor, Virginia Bottomley. A I am overwhelmed that the people of

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Hull and a city of Paul and the University wants to bestow this on

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upon me. It is great. Steve Prescott made his name the

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first at St Helen's and then at Hull FC. Two years after retiring

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in 2004, he was struck down by cancer. Given months to live, he

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dedicated time to raising money doing extreme runs on cycles around

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Britain. �300,000 later, he has received the MBE and now this

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doctorate. Primarily, it is for services to the city, and we want

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to be associated with eminent people. I think my next challenge

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is delivering his speech today! That is what I am most nervous

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about! I have to address everybody today.

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It means a lot to be honoured by the University of Hall, the city

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that has been adopted home since 1998. Steve Prescott is not the

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only person with sporting connections been appreciated at

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Hull University. Another man is later on it later in the week.

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Today was a family affair. His wife and sons were joined by other

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relatives. He loves the team spirit when he is doing a challenge. It

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gives him something to focus on. Steve is in a clear for now from

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his illness, and he is planning his Still ahead tonight...

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The �100 million plan that developers claim would transform

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the centre of Lincoln. And toasting their success - the

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new millionaires celebrating their It that is a fantastic story. You

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will not want to miss it. This week's photograph is of Stone

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barge doing a three point turn on the Trent at Collingham, taken by

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Steve Harper of Spilsby. Thank you. Another picture tomorrow night at

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the same time. Paul is a way collecting his honorary degree -

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I think we should go to Bridlington again and you can picture hand in

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your pocket and buy me some chips! It has been a few years, yes! I am

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sure I would not be troubled by the birds with you!

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Thank you. Today has been fairly bright. We have seen a fair bit of

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cloud as well. Tomorrow could turn out to be brighter than today.

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Variable cloud and mostly dried. High pressure is not too far away

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keeping the weather fairly settled with the odd shower. You can see on

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the satellite picture of the Clyde has been breaking from the North.

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We do have some brightness out there to end the day. Some sunny

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spells the evening and through the night, it will stay dry with

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variable cloud, clear spells and the winds falling. The temperatures

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down to 12 degrees. Let's look at the sometimes across the region.

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The sun will rise at 447 am and setting at 9:26pm. Those are the

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high water times. Tomorrow, it will be a bright start to the day in

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places, particularly in the West. There will be some cloud. It would

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break up throughout the course of the day. We will see some bright

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and sunny spells, but it will also be thick enough to give the odd

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isolated, light shower at times. Not many of us will catch it, but

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it should be quite quick for those who do. Cooler on the coast of 16

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degrees. Inland, up to 18 degrees. As we head through Thursday, the

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weather stays very much the same. Variable cloud, sunny spells and a

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small chance of the odd shower. It should be feeling warmer by the

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time we get it there stage. Top temperature around average for this

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time of the year - 21 degrees. Friday - there will be a much

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higher chance of catching the rain, and it will get worse on Saturday.

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Somebody has just message me saying that it is still on the internet,

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the footage of me building sandcastles at! Unit the same but I

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The group behind a �100 million proposal to transform the centre of

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Lincoln says it is confident the development will go ahead.

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Lindongate would include a new shopping centre, bus station,

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restaurants and apartments. Landowners first announced the

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plans three years ago, but they've been on hold since the original

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developers hit financial problems. Historic since Full Street is a

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busy shopping area in the centre of the city. For years, there has been

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talk of redeveloping this area and the adjoining bus station. This

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morning's shoppers were cautiously optimistic about the new proposals.

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It will be a good thing if it does come off. But it has been in here

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so long. How big a shopping centre to be need? It could work out very

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good. It just depends what Parkin is supplied with that as well.

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is what is being proposed. �100 million worth of redevelopment to

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include shops, bars and restaurants and a new transport interchange. It

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is the kind of investment any city would be proud of. But there is no

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word yet on who is going to pay for it all. This project is being

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launched at a tough time for the high street. In Lincoln, 15% of the

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shops are empty at the moment. The company behind these proposals is

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confident it will succeed. If you look at a lot of towns and city

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centres across the UK, the retailing is going out of town.

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City centres are struggling. In Lincoln, we are lucky. We have a

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vibrant city centre and we want to keep it that way. We want the new

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retailers to come here and get established in the city centre so

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that everybody can succeed. proposals are going on display in

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this disused shop - a vital consultation for what are some of

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the biggest redevelopment plans in the recent history of this city.

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This development of links the high street and will really help the

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small shops. It will also help the market and keep the main shopping

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party of Lincoln within a certain area of the high street. If an

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investment partner is found and if planning permission is granted, it

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could still be four or five years before this proposal comes to

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fruition. Our reporter is in Lincoln this

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evening. People have been talking about this for years - how likely

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is it that this will happen? There can't be many towns are said

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to use outside the capital prepared to spend �100 million on this kind

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of retail development at this stage in the economic cycle. -- towns and

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cities. So many high streets have taken at battering from the

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recession and from internet sales, which are gradually nudging up

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month-on-month. The court, the group behind this the Belmont, says

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it is confident that a number of an vesper SVRs -- investors are

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already showing strong interest in this proposal. They have a lot of

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faith in the future of the local economy in the city.

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We will continue to follow the story.

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After almost 40 years of service, one of RAF Waddington's Nimrod

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aircraft has taken its final flight from the station. Two of the

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surveillance planes were retired from service last month after

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active service in Afghanistan, Iraq and during the Cold War. One of

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them will now form part of a static display at East Midlands Airport.

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The other will be scrapped. It is only a few weeks ago is that we

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were flying over the Mediterranean in support of our own guys. It is

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strange, in a way, that the aircraft -- the aircraft has come

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to be a demise so quickly. It is sad, but I am pleased that will be

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preserved. I will come back over the years and have a sit inside and

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remember the good old days. There's been a big response on the

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story about a man from Hull who's been fined for flyposting after

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putting up signs asking for a job. Daniel Bird had been out of work

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for a year when he put up the posters. He's now got a job at a

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Bingo Hall, but he's also been fined �75 for flyposting. His new

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employers have picked up the bill. Lots of you have been moved to get

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in touch on this one. We've had a tweet from Rick who says, "They

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should give the bloke a medal for using his initiative".

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Angela says, ""We should be applauding his efforts, people find

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it hard enough to find work. Why should anyone stop them"?

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Andy from Hull is also annoyed. "This city is losing funding for

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job seekers yet they penalise someone who wants to work. It makes

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me wonder why people bother when I hear reports of this nature".

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Jan supports the council. "If all of the unemployed did the same then

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every city would be papered wall to wall with flyers".

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Adam also backed the fine, saying, "It is illegal for a reason. They

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are an eye sore and his fine should have been doubled at least".

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A piece of Lincolnshire's naval history has today returned to the

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county. HMS Boston was used during the Normandy landings but after the

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war it was broken up and sold. Now more than 60 years later, the

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ship's bell has returned to the town. It was dedicated at a service

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at St Botolph's Church this morning. We shall be ringing the bell at the

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beginning of every service. The Bull Ring at at the beginning of

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all civic services -- civic services - Remembrance Day etc.

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Hopefully people will remember the war or because of it. By great

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sense of pride for us. Cricket, and Yorkshire have taken a

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big first innings lead in the County Championship match against

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Worcestershire at Scarborough. The Tykes were all out today for 367 -

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199 runs ahead. Worcestershire are 82 for 4 in their second innings at

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the end of day two. A couple from Hull say they won't

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be looking for a new house despite winning more than �3 million on the

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lottery. John and Susan Denston say they may buy a new caravan after

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matching five numbers and one lucky star in Friday's Euromillions draw.

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They were one number off the jackpot of �166 million. That's

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still up for grabs in tonight's draw and they're even trying to get

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lucky again. It is no wonder these two are

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celebrating - after two years looking for work, their �3.3

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million lottery wins put their money worries to bed. I could not

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believe it when I saw the first two numbers, then three, then for a.

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Them five. Then I got a lucky star. I could not believe it. I just sat

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there. I could not believe what was on the screen and what was on my

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ticket. So what could �3.3 million get John

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and Susan? Well, how about a private yacht to cruise around in?

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Or they could move to a luxury millionaires mansion. Or what about

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upgrading to a high flying sports car? So what will they choose?

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little caravan! A little caravan so we can go away on the weekends. The

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really? Yes. John and Susan live on Hull's

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Bilton Grange estate. They say they aren't moving and with 166 million

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up for grabs again tonight, how would people here spend the cash?

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would get holidays and a house. Holiday, holiday, holiday. The most

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important thing is doing something for charity.

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Only two tickets in the UK won �3.3 million. This is their local

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newsagent - the man they had to thank. I won on the same trough. I

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cashed my ticket in on Sunday morning. I won at the princely

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amount of two. City. At least it will buy me one pint!

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These little pink tickets have been flying off the shelves. At one

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point on Friday, three million were bought an hour. So who knows -

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tonight, another local couple could also be celebrating.

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Congratulations to them if they are watching.

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Let's get a recap of the national and regional headlines...

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The pressure on News Corporation increases with fresh accusations

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from a former prime minister and the police.

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Farmers claim that food prices will continue to rise than double the

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white of business unless the Government steps in.

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Another bright and mainly dry day with some sunny spells. A risk of

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the odd shower, too. Maximum temperature of 18 degrees.

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Ricks says, food prices are rising because of the price of diesel.

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Increases in delivery costs are passed on to the consumer. Never

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has anyone tried poverty like farmers - down to their last Range

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Rover! And a text from Marton. We're

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importing goods from Europe while our fields stand empty. It is

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madness and the supermarkets are to blame.

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Finally, from Trevor, the farmers are obviously happy when they

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