28/07/2011 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


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. Good evening. Welcome to BBC Look North. The headlines tonight:

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Flash flooding wrecks homes and businesses in East Yorkshire as two

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weeks worth of rain falls in just one afternoon. It happened so quick

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it was unbelievable. It is the worst weather I've ever seen.

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With the clean-up underway, questions are being asked about why

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vital pumping equipment couldn't cope. We have got to establish what

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is going on with the drainage here and in other parts of the town as

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well so we can establish why is this happening.

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Also coming up before 7pm: Holiday-makers fear they could lose

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hundreds of pounds after booking with a tour operator that has gone

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bust And the old bus in North Lincolnshire that four men have

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fallen in love with! It is just an automated message just saying don't

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turn up to the airport and it was then I just just panicked.

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And the old bus that four men have fallen in love.

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There is heavy showers and thunderstorms across Lincolnshire

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this evening. Quieter weather tomorrow. I will have the details

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Good evening. This time last night the heavens

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above opened bringing a fortnight's rain to East Yorkshire in just a

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matter of hours. Goole was the worst affected area with some homes

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and businesses left in two-feet of standing water. Since first thing

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this morning, people in the town have been clearing up and assessing

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the cost of the flash flood. For some the experience has evoked

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memories of the widespread flooding of 2007, others want to know

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whether pumping equipment in the town was seemingly overwhelmed by

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the storm. Our first report tonight is from Linsey Smith who has spent

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the day in Goole. The morning after the night before. The clean-up

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began before breakfast as people people ventured back to their

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stricken homes. The water was just rising so quick it was unbelievable.

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It is the worst weather I've ever seen in my 70 odd years.

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REPORTER: Really? Yeah. It was absolutely torrential. You couldn't

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see out of the car window. The deluge came over just a few

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hours. Precious possessions were lifted high.

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It is a bit wet, but he will survive, I think. He looks all

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right. As darkness fell, streets became

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streams. Darren Smith's workshop was quickly inundated.

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I noticed rain coming out and it started getting wet. I locked the

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doors and it was streaming through here under the roof.

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Shops closed, pub cellars had to be pumped out. 50 firefighters were on

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duty. Many householders woke this morning in a nearby residential

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home where they had taken refuge. To greet them, was the big clean-up.

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We are just checking the gullies and the drainage system. We are

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working with Yorkshire Water to get to the bottom of this why this area

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flooded last night. This is a typical property. The

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gentleman who lives here told us the carpet swelled up as the water

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rushed underneath it. You can see the watermarks, these drawers are

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filled with water and people's personal possessions have been

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destroyed. Trudy's decking was floating like a

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raft through her garden. Everything is wet through. The

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garden is a mess. The decking has all come away. It is just

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devastation really. Loss adjusters and waste skips are

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expected over the coming day with power still off in some homes,

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residents face another uncertain night of their own beds.

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Since 2007 business and Government have spent millions of pounds to

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prevent a repeat of what happened then. Our environment correspondent

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has been looking at what went wrong for Goole last night.

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Firstly, it was down to the amount of rain that fell. According to the

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radar images approximately 30 to 40 millimetres of rain fell over a two

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hour period The average rainfall for August in this area is

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approximately 60 millimetres so Goole experienced half of August's

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rainfall in that short space of time. For many these images of

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yesterday's flooding in Goole will bring back the memories of the 2007

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floods when 100 millimetres of rain fell in 24 hours in Hull alone. We

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were told then it was a once in a lifetime event, but it did

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highlight how some of our pumping stations just couldn't cope with

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the sheer volume of water Well, since then Yorkshire water has

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invested ?30 million in improving flood management In Bransholme for

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example they say they can now deal with double the amount of water

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than they could in 2007. And all local agencies say they now have a

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flood risk plan in place after lessons learnt four years ago. But

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in Goole questions are now being asked. After so much investment why

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did these people find themselves knee deep in water? Tonight the

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local MP has told Look North that he was lead to believe one of the

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pumping stations failed. We got a message saying the pump had been

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switched on and the water level did start to drop and we started to see

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well pools in the manholes. It looked as if something physical

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physical happened, we were told that one of the pumps had been

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knocked out by lightening. We have got to establish for certain what

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happened. It's something both Yorkshire Water

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and the drainage board strongly deny. They've told us all their

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pumping stations worked correctly under the extreme pressure.

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Investigations are now being carried out into why once again

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images such as these are back on And the Mayor of Goole, Malcolm

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Boatman, joins me from one of the streets most badly affected by the

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deluge. What is the feeling by local people about what happened

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last night? Good evening, Peter. Just to

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correct you, I was mayor until May, I am no longer mayor, but I am a

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town councillor. On your question, I mean people are upset that if you

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have been flooded or you know somebody who has been flooded you

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can understand what they are going through this evening and they are

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upset and they want to get back to normality as quickly as possible.

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Won people be saying in this day and age that it is not right if we

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have heavy rain that they have to be two feet in water?

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You are correct, Peter, you know, you are correct there, but this

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wasn't just heavy rain. This was a different scenario to 2007. In 2007,

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it was prolonged rain over a long period of time. It was moderate to

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heavy rain. Yesterday this was absolutely a deluge. I've never

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seen rain like it in my life. There was Hailstones mixed in with that

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and it was literally a quarter of an hour, 20 minute storm, but the

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amount of water that came down was unbelievable at that time. My own

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property was within an inch of being flooded. I just couldn't

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believe what I was was witnessing. You think the design of Goole is

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wrong, don't you? There is a particular housing

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estate that floods regularly, the Fairfield estate in Goole and that

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was designed wrong at the time. The houses are below the street level

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and they get flooded on a regular basis. I am not a drainage expert.

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I don't know what the solution is to putting that right, as a planner,

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you know, if that came before us today, that would not be allowed to

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be built in the way it was built back in the 60s and 70s.

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Presumably that old chestnut insurance, people must be

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struggling to get insurance and even more so after last night?

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been out speaking to people this afternoon on that particular estate.

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I was speaking to one person who moved there recently and was unable

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to get insurance. He is uninsured. So he has got to find the finances

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or whatever to replace what he has lost because he was unable to get

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insurance. His neighbour was insured. They have lived on the

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estate for a while and they have been able to continue getting

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insurance, but he moved on recently... Good to talk to you

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tonight, Malcolm. We want to hear from you on this

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story. Do you think more needs to be done to improve drainage or do

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we just have to accept freak weather from time to time? Maybe

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you were affected by the 2007 floods and have a view. Contact us

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People who have booked trips to Turkey with a budget holiday

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company that's gone bust fear they could be left hundreds of pounds

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out of pocket. Scores of people from East Yorkshire and

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Lincolnshire are among those due to travel with Holidays4U over the

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summer. Among them is Natalie Bell from Hull who was due to fly to the

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Mediterranean tonight. She says rebooking has cost her over �1,000.

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What was meant to be a break from the British weather has left

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Natalie feeling glum. She was supposed to join her parents in

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Turkey this evening until they called with the bad news. I was

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astonished, I just couldn't believe my holiday that I booked ten months

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ago could be cancelled at the eleventh hour. As soon as I found

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out, I contacted the travel operator who there was an automated

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message. I couldn't speak to anybody. They just explained don't

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turn up to the airport. I was just panicking all afternoon. I didn't

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know what to do. She chose to rebook with another

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firm and got the last seats tomorrow. She hoped to get the �600

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she spent back, but now fears she won't.

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Some customers may have without realising got their flights with

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Holidays 4U and their accommodation with another provider and if that's

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the case, there is a chance that they haven't got ATOL protection.

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There is 90% chance this you will get your money back in full and if

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you have been unlucky or not been careful when booking, there is a

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chance you might lose your money. I booked my flights separately to

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the accommodation and I didn't check I was protected if such

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events should occur. I'm concerned I'm going to lose my money now.

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What began as a cheap break will cost Natalie over �2,000, but she

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is not the only one. 20,000 future bookings will be cancelled and

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13,000 Holidays 4U passengers are thought to be abroad. Paul Yeates

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from Hull is one of them. Everybody is talking about it and

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everybody is panicking. Will we get kicked out of our apartments, the

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apartments said they have not been paid since April. We don't know if

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we are going to get kicked out of our apartments.

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Civil Aviation Authority will honour tickets for passengers

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flying from Turkey to Humberside Humberside Airport, but those left

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here face the choice of pay paying Earlier I spoke to Rochelle Turner

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from consumer group Which? I asked her if people who are away with

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Holidays for you had anything to worry about? They are in a good

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position because they are ATOL protected by is the scheme the

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Civil Aviation Authority runs. The CAA is arranging to get them home

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safe and sound and as close to their original departure time as

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normal. They can enjoy their holiday and hopefully get back as

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planned. There are stories of people having

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to pay for their holiday accommodation again while they are

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there. Is that right? Well, this is all the confusion with holiday

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bookings. If you have booked a package, that's when the CAA looks

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after you. If you booked your accommodation and flights

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separately, that's that's where you might have to pay for your eye come

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dation because they -- accommodation because they haven't

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been paid. So yes, you might have to pay for

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your accommodation. If you were due to go next week,

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will you get your money back? you have booked a package through

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the company and you are through to travel next week or next month or

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whenever, you will get that money back from the Civil Aviation

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Authority. It might take a few weeks, but you will get it back.

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The problem is if you booked a flight, you will get the money for

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the flight back, but you couldn't get your accommodation booking back.

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That's where we are hoping the accommodation providers will be

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lenient, that they will provide good cancellation policies and

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people can get that money back if they can't get another flight.

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It is safe to go out this afternoon and tomorrow and book another

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holiday? Well, yes. Knowing that if you have got the money in the bank

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to pay for another holiday, of course, but if you are tight with

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money as many of us are now and you are hoping for that refund in

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October, November, it might be a bit of a break the bank.

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What is going wrong? This is the third travel to go under this

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summer, what is happening? Well, we are not travelling in the numbers

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we used to. We have gone from 45 million travelling overseas to 36

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million this year. We are travel less. We have less money. There are

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lots of cuts. It means the numbers of travel companies out there are

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not sustainable and unfortunately it means lots of people are losing

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their holidays. Will more go under? There will be

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small companies that might not make the news. Yes, they might go under

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before the year is out. Are your relatives away with

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Holidays 4U? Or were you supposed to go on one of their trips this

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summer? Get in touch with us in the usual way and you can tweet me.

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Two Lincolnshire Police officers will be disciplined for the way

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they handled the case of a woman from Boston who suffered domestic

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violence and was subsequently murdered by her partner. Antonio

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Goncalves is serving a 28 year sentence for stabbing Isabella

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Trindard to death last October. The Independent Police Complaints

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Commission said the police constables did not follow the

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correct procedures when Ms Trindade first reported that he'd threatened

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to kill her. Hull City Council says it will pay

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to replace a statue commemorating lost fishermen which was stolen

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last last week. Two people have been arrested and this CCTV footage

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appears to show a group of people pulling the statue from its plinth.

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Let's hope they can. Thank you for watching. Still ahead

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tonight: Six years in charge, but now Hull

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KR's Justin Morgan says it is time to move on.

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The old bus in north Lincolnshire that four men have fallen in love

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If you have a picture you are proud Lisa, good evening, how are you?

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am vl. am vl.

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Very well. Kath says she has retuned her TV,

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but says the top bit of her screen is still in black and white and

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doesn't know what to do, Peter. Very Very drole, get over it! I am

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sure you wrote that yourself! If you haven't liked today's

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weather, tomorrow will be better because it is looking dry and

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bright. Tomorrow we will see sunshine and it is all because the

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weather systems are going to move away. It is unsettled at the moment

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across Lincolnshire. You can see the bright, white clouds. Some

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heavy showers. Some thunderstorms across the northern half of

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Lincolnshire, moving west to east. But there are going -- they are

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going to clear away and we are going to see a bit of brightness

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before the sun sets and overnight the skies will clear. Overnight, it

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will be clear. Light winds from the south and temperatures cooler and

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fresher than last night, down to 12 or 13 Celsius.

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Looking at the sun times, the sunrises tomorrow morning at 5.23am

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and setting at 8.51pm. So tomorrow, it is going to be a

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bright start to the day. We are going to see broken cloud giving us

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spells of sunshine and it will stay dry. There will be more in the way

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of cloud as we head through the afternoon, but the cloud remains

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broken, so there will be further spells of sunshine. Staying dry

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into the afternoon. A gentle breeze. It will feel pleasant. 21 Celsius,

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perhaps down towards the Wash. If you can, make the most of

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tomorrow because it turns unsettled for the weekend particularly on

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Saturday morning the showers will be heavy. One again possibly

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thundery. Some brightness in between the showers. Similar

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weather for Sunday and temperatures below average for the time of year.

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I know you had a problem with the frog last night you were telling us.

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Yes. John said, "I am volunteering to go

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around to Lisa's to remove the frog from the watering can.". He is

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safely transferred. You will be pleased to hear that I

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have e-mailed John your address Last night, unemployed people in

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our area hit back at suggestions by by Godfrey Bloom that European

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workers are more reliable than them. People say they are more reliable

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and work harder and they are more likely to turn up on a month

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morning after a party than the British workers.

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He called us lazy and he tarred all people on benefits with the same

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brush. There are some people out there that will stay on the dole

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because it is easy money. But that's the minority. We are still

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getting responses on this one. Just some of the views tonne. We have

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had -- tonight. We have had them for two days.

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Thank you very much indeed for all those.

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Scunthorpe United have to prove they are worthy of going up. That's

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the view of the manager ahead of the start of the new football

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season. The sun may have been shining, but

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confirmation of last season's relegation, marked a dismal season

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for Scunthorpe United. Just because you have been in the

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championship, you are going to go automatically go up, that's not the

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case. It is a lot more difficult. That expectation you have to handle

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that expectation and prove to everybody that you are worthy of

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going up. I think the club knows where it is and the players are

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getting it. The club's summer preparations for

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league one, haven't gone according to plan. They were in the firing

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line last week when they were thumped at home to Barnsley.

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How would you sum-up pre-season? Inconsistent, but pre-season is

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about fitness, getting the team in shape and stuff like that on the

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pitch and getting everything clicking.

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Scunthorpe's transfer activity has done little to boost the morale of

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supporters, with just three new faces coming in. All are relative

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unknown quantities. After relegation in May, it has

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been a a sobering summer here, all at the club had to face up to �4

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million in loss of revenue. The fans have been facing up to the

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harsh realities, and that's why reality is kicking in with them.

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Maybe the signings reason high class for a lot of people.

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I think we will have a successful season. I feel we are in a league

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we can handle. Hopefully we can get up to top

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flight. It may take more time for Alan Neil

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to make his mark. Only this weekend will we get to see if the team can

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There is coverage on BBC Radio Humberside this Saturday.

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Justin Morgan is to leave Hull Kingston Rovers.

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Sarah Burton reports. The fans are proud of the success Morgan brought

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to the club. In 2006 only 18 months after joining, he took Rovers to

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Super League promotion for the first time in the club's history.

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In the same season he led them to the Challenge Cup semi-finals and

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in 2009 he achieved a four place Super League finish, their highest

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to date. But this season has been a difficult one for the club

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following a poor run of form and the signing of Willie Mason who

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left the club after problems with his work permit. Talk of Morgan's

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departure was rife. I think at some point we expected

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some announcement that Justin Justin was going to go.

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The club released a statement saying they felt it was the right

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time for a change. The chairman said Justin will leave on god terms

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with everyone at the club. Morgan said he has worked with some great

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players and staff and thanked everyone for what he described as a

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wonderful experience. It is it is up to him what he wants

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to do. If he wants to go further afield, but he has been really good

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for the club. Well, it was on the cards, I think. I think he has done

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what he had to do. He can't take the club any further. He is a good

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manager. Over the past six years, he has become a familiar face in

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the city of Hull. I have got something for you.

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going down the road. The search is on to find Morgan's

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successor and although he has been given permission to talk to other

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clubs, quite where he ends up is undecided.

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We wish him the best. With passion and attentiveness, it

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might sound like a love affair. Men of a certain age and their

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affections. Four north Lincolnshire men are looking to restore a London

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trolley bus. It dates back to the 1930s and is one of only nine in

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existence. Now they're hoping to restore it towards an anniversary

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celebration next year. Simon Spark reports. If you are you are young,

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you would be forgiven for not knowing what a trolley bus is or

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was. But they are they are they are operating in London in what was the

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biggest trolley bus system in the world, but they became uneconomical

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against the diesel engine and started to disappear fast.

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They are all destined for this treatment.

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Brian Maguire and his team of volunteers remember them very well

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and here at the trolley bus museum they have rescued one of only nine

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London trolley buses remaining, but it needs some attention.

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That's the way it came back here, where the platform was rotten and

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the staircase falling apart. That's a picture of it on its first day in

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service in 1939. In what is really a Wednesday

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afternoon get together, the team meet and carry on with their hobby.

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So with the help of Len on electrics.

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Just painting as it got rusty. I am a perfectionist.

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John on wheels, brakes and me cheanicals.

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We enjoy it. Brian and the team hope to get the

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bus operating again by May next year. Oh and other young minded

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Let's have a recap of the main national and regional headlines:

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Europe's economic crisis is spreading lead leading to a massive

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sell-off on the London London spaing.

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-- exchange. Questions are asked after homes

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were del deluged by flashfloods in Thank you for the response on the

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subject of the situation in Goole. This from Alex who is in the town,

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he says, "We go a long time with little rain. It comes down in one

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night. Imagine worrying about the safety of your home and family

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every time in rains? My sympathy to everyone affected.". Rick says, "If

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you are silly enough to buy a house on a flood plain.". This from Lara

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