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

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Named and shamed - how those who drop litter are to end up on the

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front page. They people are out there dropping litter, then we have

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got to pay for it to be picked up, that comes from everybody's

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taxpayer rates. The soldier who lost a leg in

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battle now fighting to get back his benefits. Yes, I joined the Army

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and yes I went out to Afghanistan. No, I did not ask to get injured. I

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would have thought the government would look after us.

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Preventing dog deaths in Lincolnshire - investigations into

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the cause of a mystery canine virus. And we find out what's so special

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about this classic '80s car. There is some rain to come tomorrow,

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other than that the week is looking quite nice. I will have the full

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Hello. It is untidy, unhygienic and against the law. Now, one council

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is about to launch an name and shame campaign to try and combat

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the problem of people dropping rubbish. Off -- Boston Borough

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Council has teamed up with a local newspaper and will soon be putting

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the faces of those caught glittering one camera on the front

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page. In total, Boston Borough Council has 72 cameras. All of them

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will be covering the name and shame campaign. Anybody caught dropping

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litter on camera will be fined �75. When the council did this three

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years ago, it proved so popular that one image alone generated more

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than 80 calls. Like 72 extra bobbies with instant

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recall memory, that is how Boston Borough Council described their

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CCTV cameras. Now, they are on the lookout for litterers. If people

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are out there dropping litter, we have got to pay for it to be picked

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up and that comes from everybody taxpayers rates and things like

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that, the top and bottom line of it is that you know it is an offence.

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Some might say she do not be looking for criminals? We are still

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looking for criminals and we are still counting people dropping

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litter. Shot of offenders will be published in the local newspaper,

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it is a campaign they have backed the four. It engage the readers and

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was an overwhelming success. We had phone calls immediately some people

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calling in and telling us to the people wear. By their end of the

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week all the 12 people we featured had all been caught. When riots

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broke out in Boston after a football match in 2004, CCTV

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footage helped to convict troublemakers. Boston's CCTV has a

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proven track record. Last month the 79 arrests were made as a direct

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result of it. His need using it to name and shame those who drop

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litter a step too far? It might be a bit extreme. I think a �50 fine

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is enough for that. If you dropped your fish-and-chip wrappers on the

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floor would you be happy for you're pictures to be in the paper?

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not really, all it would be our own fault. Name them, shame them. Put

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it in the paper. Littering cost the taxpayer �885 million a year, that

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is a massive burden in all of a salaries. We do not be great if we

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did not have to pay that money. We all have to do something about it.

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Whether you agree or not, these cameras are watching. Unless you

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want a fine, do not drop it! Daniel Hamilton is a director of

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Big Brother Watch which fights to protect people's privacy. I asked

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him if he thought was right to try and catch those who drop litter.

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course I think it is, it makes a great deal of sense for measures to

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be put in place by local councils, things a bidding extra rubbish bins

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on that streets. Why I think it is going too far when CCTV cameras,

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there to solve potentially violent crimes, are being used to catch

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people dropping litter. Dr welcome this idea? What is the problem?

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think idea is full of holes. The most significant problem is that

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while there are some people who maliciously throw away litter and

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cannot be bothered to put it in the bin, there are people who might

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drop litter by accident and they will be publicly shamed. If these

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people wilfully litter streets, surely something has got to be done,

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this is a good way of doing it. biggest punishment we have in the

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UK is the societal punishment. The majority of people seeing somebody

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drop litter would be disgusted and pointed out to them. When we are

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using CCTV cameras, which are there to catch a hardened criminal, to

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catch people catching -- dropping a crisp packet, something has gone

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wrong. Do you not like cameras.? There is an element of that. In the

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last few years local councils have spent �20 million on CCTV cameras.

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That would have provided many police officers each year for the

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last three years. In light of the riots, I would rather this resource

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was put into frontline policing. it stopped litter louts in Boston

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and other places, you would agree it would be a good idea? It makes

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every sense for local community to work with businesses and councils

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to cut down on littering. I do not the bid is appropriate use CCTV to

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capture images of people and shame them in local newspapers. Thank you.

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Do you agree with them? Is the council right to use CCTV to name

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and shame those who drop litter in the town, or is bidding somebody's

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face on the front page of the newspaper a step too far? Your

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We will have some of you thought on this story before we finish at 7pm.

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On tonight's programme: the race for the play-off places hot up

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after commanding wins were Hull two teams.

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A former soldier has told Look North he will continue to fight

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until he gets his support and help he says he deserves. Aron Shelton

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from Bridlington lost part of his like fighting in Afghanistan. As we

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reported last July, he was told he would lose his mobility benefit.

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Aron Shelton has now won the right to have his case heard at a

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tribunal. This is all that remains of Aron

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Shelton's left leg. Into 1007 he was blown up while on patrol in

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Afghanistan. He has been told he will lose the other leg in the

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future but is still having to fight the Government after it cut some of

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his benefits. It is a kick in the teeth. Yes, I joined the Army and

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yes I went out to Afghanistan. No, I did not ask to get injured. I

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would have thought my own government, after sending me out

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there, would look after me. On a good day adding to mock of 400

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metres so we got a letter seen his disability allowance has been

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reduced by �80 a month. Next month he is taking his case to tribunal.

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I was a fit person and did a lot of it is in the military, now I cannot

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run one metre it has changed my life. My every day things are

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struggle. Aron Shelton says he is campaigning for all the other

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injured soldiers in the same position. There are warnings more

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may have to fight for support in the future. One of the challenges

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we face as a military charity, one of their challenge is that the

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veterans face, is the use of the austerity that although analysts

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say we will face in the next 10 years. There may be a greater

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reliance on charities like ourselves. I want the legislation

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changed, if you get injured, whether it be Afghanistan or any

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other war as that may come, you are looked after, soldiers are looked

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after. The Department for work and

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pensions says it owes all the armed forces and debt of gratitude and

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anybody who has been refused benefits can appeal. For Aron

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Shelton that is not a p -- good enough, he says he will take his

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fight to the Court of Human Rights if need be to ensure nobody else

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goes do what he has. We will continue to follow that

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story. 200 jobs are under threat at an East Yorkshire factory. The

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administrators have been called into BritSpace in Gilberdyke after

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what the company described as significant cashflow problems. The

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administrators are working to try and find a buyer for the business.

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Lincoln's long-awaited eastern bypass has moved a step closer, the

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county council has agreed to commit �47 million of taxpayers' money to

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the scheme. If the Government agrees, work could begin in 2014.

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An investigation is under way at a factory near Lincoln after a fire

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early this morning. Crews were called to the Hughes meat and bone

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factory in Skellingthorpe at around 5:45am. It is the second time in

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one year the site has been killed - - hit by fire but nobody was hurt.

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The building has been heavily involved in the fire. The loading

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the is damaged and suffered structural collapse. Other than

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that there is only minor damage to adjacent property.

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A big store in had Hull city centre has closed for the final time,

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meeting with and 50 people redundant. TJ Hughes struck

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yesterday of the company went into administration in June. Its Kings

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Lynn store will close on Wednesday. Animal experts say they are

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expecting to see more cases of a potentially fatal virus affecting

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dogs in Lincolnshire and also north Norfolk. There have been several

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reports of what has been described as seasonal canine illness in the

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area. Now the Forestry Commission is leading an inquiry to try to

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find it because. When this dog's owner got it for a

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walk he had never heard of the mystery section is known as

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seasonal canine illness. The dog almost died. He is a very active

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dog but he lay there flopping about. When you called him he would not

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come. We knew straight away there was something wrong. We might have

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thought it was something he'd but we were not just a week to come to

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the bed. Last year more than 50 dogs became sick after walking in

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certain woodlands, around 10 died. Dog owners have reported cases from

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North Lincolnshire to Kings Lynn, including parks Ingram thumb and

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Boston. -- Park's in Grantham. In Scunthorpe, one local vet has

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treated a number of dogs with their illness. The dogs seem to develop

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onset vomiting problems, diarrhoea as well. They will end up becoming

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very dull and listless and subdued. Basically they become dehydrated

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because of their fluid losses. investigation is under way into

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what exactly is causing it. Tests at the University of Nottingham are

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focusing on toxins found in some plants and algae which they believe

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it might be a potential cause. The Forestry Commission is helping

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League inquiry. The vet and the poison is information service and

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ours are putting together up case for vets. They will tell him about

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what sampling could do to help the research. It will encourage them to

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get dog owners to fill in questionnaires. Marley is now

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backed his ill-health but judge says he will not be taking him back

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to the woods until the sauce is found.

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Vanessa is in the woods, she dog owners be avoiding going to

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woodland? Well, as you can see this is the perfect evening to walk the

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dogs in this beautiful location. The Animal Health Trust says it is

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not advising people to avoid areas like rotten wood. They say it is

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simply that they do not have enough information. I was speaking to one

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local vet he says if it was his dog he would not be bringing him down

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to this would for the next few months. The Forestry Commission

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says it wants to make people absolutely aware of their illness

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which seems to be affecting dogs between August and October. They

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are hoping that in the next few months they will have a much better

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understanding of what exactly is And this might be another one

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you've got a view on, or maybe you've got a dog which has been

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affected? As always, you can get in touch in the usual ways - there's

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the email and text details for you now. And thanks for the emails,

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tweets and texts with your views on the publication of the last daily

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edition of the Scunthorpe Telegraph. From Thursday, the paper will be

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published weekly, ending a tradition of 74 years. The owners

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say they're making the move because of changing readership habits. Just

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a few of the many messages it came in after the programme on Friday.

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First of all, Tracy sent a text to say, 'I think it's terrible that

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say, 'I think it's terrible that the Scunthorpe Telegraph is going

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weekly. That will mean the news will be one week old.' This from

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Mark on twitter. 'It's a real shame, for the employees and the readers.

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It seems that information on the The first weekly one is published

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on Thursday. Thank you for watching Monday's look north. Still ahead

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tonight: Hull City look to build on their weekend success as they

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prepare to take on Leeds United. And we discover why this classic

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80's car has become a part of one Lincolnshire family.

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The picture today is from Mark Elvidge, and is of pylons and

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clouds at Coniston, East of Hull, at lunchtime today Tonight: he said

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this one will appeal to geeks like me who like clouds and electric

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pylons. He says he stopped his car to take that at lunchtime. Good

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evening, Lisa. How are you? I UN She says you need to get out war.

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That Zurich, not me. Nothing to say about that?

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I have no credibility at all now. The rest of the week is looking

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quite nice but tomorrow it will be cloudy with outbreaks of rain. You

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can see the reasons why on the pressure charts. We have low

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pressure on a couple of weather fronts tomorrow. You can see on the

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satellite picture the broken cloud that we have had throughout this

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afternoon. Cloud is filling up from the South West now and will

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continue to do so through the evening. The rain will be mostly

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light and there will be a lot of cloud and it will be milder than

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last night. Temperatures will drop down to 13 or 14 Celsius. The sun

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will rise tomorrow morning, as you can see, and those of a high waters

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for the CV and tomorrow. Tomorrow will be cloudy and dull, and the

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patchy rain and drizzle continue through the morning into the

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afternoon. It will get a little bit brighter but this will trigger off

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a scattering of a sharp showers. The best of the weather will be

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late in the afternoon. Temperatures tomorrow around 20 Celsius, with a

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moderate breeze from the south. Once we get through tomorrow, the

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rest of the week is looking fine. Not totally dry in the rest of the

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on isolated shower, but sunny spells and with lighter ones it

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will feel warmer at around 20 Celsius.

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I used to like the old days when you didn't say anything, the

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mechanical back to that? The history of The Dock Tower in

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Grimsby is being featured on The One Show tonight shortly here on

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BBC One. Former England cricketer Phil Tufnell has been to the town

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to see the tower first hand, and look at how it helped Grimsby

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become a major commercial port during the mid-19th century.

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Somewhere around here is a huge tower that looks like a good be

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part of an Italian palace. It's a whopper! The Grimsby dock tower

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dates back to 1852, and its evidence that the port was a big

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money owner. Buildings like that do not come cheap. What's a good film

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doesn't it. And you can see much more of that on The One Show,

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that's straight after this programme at 7pm, here on BBC One.

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Well, it's been another busy weekend of sport, as the football

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season continues and the Rugby League draws to an exciting

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conclusion. In Super League, both our Hull sides are still in

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contention for a play-off place. Damian Johnson joins us now. Damian,

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how did the two sides get on this weekend? They did very well, a

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whisper it quietly! It looks as though the race for the final Super

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League playoff place will go down to the last game of the season.

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Both Hull FC and Hull Kingston Rovers won at the weekend, with

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Rovers securing their first win in Bradford for two decades. As Simon

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Clark reports, they keep the pressure on Hull FC for that final

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spot with just three games to go. It looked like an inauspicious

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start for the Robins as Bradford punched a hole in their defence.

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They kept their composure to take control of the game. Rovers, who

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ruled out Australia's assistant coach as a new boss, where so much

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in control at the end they were scoring at will. That followed Hull

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SEs win against Catalans Dragons. Hull rack up 40 points, but this

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was the greatest prize. Hull maintained the play-off position

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ahead of Rovers, but take a look at Castleford. Next week, they face

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Wakefield and an unpredictable derby game. Their last two matches

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against the Hull side, which means both these George are clubs could

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get the upper hand and make the play-offs. I think they will be

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mentally drained after that semi- final. They have gone out and

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played Leeds again and been taken to the cleaners. We gotta get two

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from three, definitely. They will have noted the ease with which

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Leeds scored 50 points at the weekend.

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So good results for FC and KR, and Hull City also had a good win,

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didn't they? Off and running after two defeat in their first two games.

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It's the match every Hull City supporter looks out for when the

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new fixtures are announced. Well, tomorrow the Tigers travel to local

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rivals Leeds United full of confidence after securing their

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first win of the season on Saturday at Ipswich. But next, it's the big

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one. Hull City's KC Stadium, just along

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the road from Leeds United. Other clubs are closer to the Kacy, but

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nothing excites the libel writ like that Hull City feels towards Leeds.

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There are big club, we're a big club. It's the one to win.

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Yorkshire clubs going up against each other, there will always be

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our rivalry. Desperate to beat them. Can't wait to get there tomorrow.

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One player who has won both strips believes it is a very one-sided

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rivalry. He it is more from a Hull City cigarette. Leeds still look at

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Manchester United and the lover those of the world as their rivals.

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I think it is important that the fans of local and stayed behind

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them. The Tigers will travel to Leeds hoping they get one over

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their local rivals, encouraged by their win over Ipswich at the

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weekends. Serious unrest at Leeds among their supporters, and the

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fact they had been beaten in both their opening games offers real

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grounds for optimism. The Leeds game will be tough. A local derby

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with both sets of fans looking forward to it. If we get another

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performance like today, we will be difficult to beat, but he can't

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take anything for granted. A big night ahead for Hull City tomorrow.

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Victory would give real impetus to their season and bring joy to their

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fans. And a quick look at the rest of the

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weekend's results. Scunthorpe United drew 1-1 with Preston North

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End. The Iron went behind in the first half, but hit back in the

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second, thanks to an equaliser from Andy Barcham. And in The Conference

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Premier, Lincoln City drew their first match 2-2 at Southport. But a

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poor start for Grimsby Town losing 2-0 at home to Fleetwood.

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One bit of cricket news and the Yorkshire captain Andrew Gale will

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miss the rest of the season. He broke his arm at the weekend.

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Rather sad news, that's all the sport for now.

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It was a car used during their courting days, took bridesmaids to

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their wedding, and even made the mad dash to hospital for the birth

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of their first child. So when Jayne and Ian Stringer from Boston sold

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their beloved Vauxhall Chevette in the 1980s, they missed it. All

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these years later, the car was still in one piece. Now, they've

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bought it back and shown it off at this weekend's Classic Car Show.

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Phillip Norton was there. It was once the UK's best-selling

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hatchback. But like any car, this was also once a part of a family.

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It was bought in 1981, brand new, the first new car I ever had. We

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got married and decided to use the vehicle to transport the

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bridesmaids. But in 1986, with a growing family, their Chevette was

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too small. It was sold. The Stringers upgraded, life went on.

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Until almost 10 years later, when they bought it back. It was in a

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dilapidated state and had not been used for some time. I decided to

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strip it down and to rebuild it to its correct form. If I had decided

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not to have it back and it had gone for scrap, I don't think I could

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ever that given myself. It is part of the family. After thousands of

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pounds and thousands of man hours, it is now back to its former glory.

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You know you're getting old when your first car starts a period

:24:44.:24:54.
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classic-car shows. You put ashore on with every advantage to have.

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You didn't show on and you don't really know what it will be. I have

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been surprised at the level of interest from people for or classic

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cars. From the Ford Pilot, to a trusty Skoda, cars of every shape

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and age. This show has grown from just a handful of entrants, to

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being one of the biggest classic car meets in the area.

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Nobody likes this on the road, and the think another car is coming

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towards him, so they have to back off. This quint is a five-person

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tandem. This was made a for Dunlop. It is one of only two made, and my

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uncles botnet and it was their means of transport. This has grown

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into one of the largest classic-car mates in the area. A fitting reward

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to mark the club's 21st anniversary. Interesting fact of the day - I had

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an orange Yvette until I wrote it off. If you have a story you think

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we should know about, send it in and let us know. Let's get a recap

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of the national and regional headlines: As new pictures emerge

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of the riots, David Cameron blames a moral collapse and promises a

:26:23.:26:25.

review of all Government policies. And Boston Council teams up with

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the town's newspaper to put the faces of those caught littering on

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the front page. Tomorrow's weather - cloudy, grey and damp morning

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with outbreaks of rain. It will gradually brighten through the

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afternoon which will trigger a few sharp showers. Maximum temperature

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sharp showers. Maximum temperature of 20 Celsius.

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Our response coming in on the subject of dropping litter and

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being caught on camera and ending up on the front page of the

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newspapers. First of all, then says using cameras to catch litter

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dropping is a step too far and a waste of resources. Get your act

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together, councils. Another says, have you got the address of a man

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from Big Brother watch. I will go on then to my bins in his garden

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and see how bother tears. Use the cameras were is many things as

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possible to keep the area pleasant. John on Twitter says, a better idea

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would be to make a guilty do a four day picking up litter unpaid. Rec

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on Twitter: I think the naming and shaming of litter louts is an

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excellent idea. These people blighter communities. Finally, why

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