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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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The headlines tonight. Extreme measures - fears half a

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million people will struggle to pay their fuel bills this winter.

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at the beginning of autumn really worried about January's bills.

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in the air - the Red Arrows perform for the first time since the death

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of one of their pilots. The east coast seals under attack

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from an infectious disease. As one of the most luxurious trains

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in the world arrives in Hull, we climb aboard. And join me for that

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all-important weekend weather forecast live from the Hull Freedom

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Festival. There are warnings more than half a

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million households across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire could struggle to

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pay their bills this winter. Rising prices means a growing number of

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people are facing fuel poverty and can't afford to heat their houses.

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Siobhan Robbins has more. Cutting wood for the winter. It may

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only be September but this man says a lack of insulation means heat and

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money are seeping out through the walls. Through the upstairs, could

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be 60% going through the walls and downstairs, 50%. By that

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calculation, we could save 50% -- blues that the descent of gas money

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going through the walls. When you walk in from outside, you feel the

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temperature drop immediately. Recent price rises mean future fuel

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bills are a worry. I'm sad that the beginning of autumn really worried

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about January's bills. We need to eat as well as heat. A lot of money

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has to go on the bills and a lot of people cannot afford to eat. This

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is a question of poverty. Rising prices mean that even net cost of

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boiling a kettle -- settled can be a worry. Gas prices up 18% and

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electricity 10%. It means more than half a million households across

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Yorkshire may struggle to pay the bills. Struggling finances mean

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elderly people are often hit the hardest when prices rise. It's

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cheaper for people do come in here. Bills are getting bigger and bigger

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and it is becoming harder to enjoy other things in your life.

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smaller businesses like this Grimsby glass company are also

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feeling the pressure. I do not pass gas and electric pace is on to the

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customer. It eats into your bottom line so the profit margins a law

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under four and it affects the whole business. Phil's now building a

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shelter to protect from the cold. Just one of many fighting to stay

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warm over winter. I spoke to Pete Moorey from the

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consumer group Which and asked him whether he was surprised that half

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a million people across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire are facing fuel

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poverty this winter. Unfortunately, it is not surprising that these

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kind of figures are being announced today. With energy price hikes of

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anywhere between 10, 15 or 20% this winter for all consumers, it really

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is not a surprise that so many people are slipping into fuel

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poverty and struggling to pay their bills. They are huge figures. What

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help is available? It is difficult really for consumers to know what

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to do. There are some simple things that too many people are not doing

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in the face of rising bills. Things like looking at whether they can be

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in a better payment scheme. If people pay by direct debit rather

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than by cheque, they would be saving money. Energy companies

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would be giving them discounts. Or, if they were able to pay online.

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Equally, if they decided to get both the gas and electricity from

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one supplier, each of these things would ensure that they would get

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discounts from their suppliers and save money. Do we have to help

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ourselves. The film was saying that there so much can be lost. There

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are some simple steps in terms of insulation. Loft insulation and

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cavity wall insulation need not cost a lot of money. Some suppliers

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may supplied to you for free or subsidised. Consumers should be

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calling the energy companies and finding out whether there are deals

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available. They should take those options where they are available.

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Very briefly, five out of six energy companies have increased

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prices. Will this continue? We should expect this. This is partly

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due to investment needed an hour energy infrastructure. Consumers be

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to help themselves but energy companies need to answer the tough

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questions about whether these price rises are justified. Thank you.

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Let us know your thoughts and us. How What's your view on this

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tonight? Are you one of the half a million people who are going to be

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in this situation this winter? If so let me know how you're planning

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to cope. And what needs to be done to help.

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In a moment - the �500,000 homes helping to revive the caravan

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industry. The Lincolnshire based Red Arrows

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have performed in public for the first time since the death of one

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of their pilots. Flight Lieutenant John egging died almost two weeks

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ago litany a festival in Bournemouth. The remaining eight

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planes today performed a world famous routine.

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Back in the air at less than two weeks after the loss of Red four.

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The show must go on, and the Red Arrows are now only 80 number. For

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those watching the comeback display at a country fair, the side brought

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mixed emotions. It is amazing, a fantastic shot. Really amazing and

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encouraging to see them back up there. It's been quite emotional

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but it was fantastic. You feel very attached to them really. It is a

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great loss. The flight lieutenant was killed when his jet crashed

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following a display at the Bournemouth their festival. Back in

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line to show whether there are also based, well-wishers left their

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tributes. Crash investigators began their work, and the display team

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were grounded than their engagements cancelled. Initial

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inquiries cleared the jet to fly once more. The Red Arrows return to

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base last Saturday and began practising for displays using an

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eight aircraft formation instead of the usual nine. Before the display,

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the squadron leader said, the fortitude, resilience and pride

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that he showed in life were the qualities which defined our armed

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forces, and it is these which will enable us to get back in her feet

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and move on. Today marks the Red Arrows return to public displays.

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The displays are dedicated to the memory of Flight Lieutenant John

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begging. A few minutes ago, I asked a

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reporter to describe the mood among the public. The Red Arrows has

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hugely popular with crowds bought here at in the UK and across the

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world. They got a fantastic reception today at Chatsworth

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Country Fair. There was a slight sense of sadness surrounding the

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whole display. The display today with eight aircraft instead of the

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usual nine. A very poignant for those watching. Today's display

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takes place just 24 hours before or the flight lieutenant is laid to

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rest near his home in Rutland. Everywhere on, tribute was paid to

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the fortitude of his wife, and said she was an example that the team

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could look upon as they continued with their display season.

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A light aircraft has crashed near Market Deeping. The plane went down

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near the village of Wansford, close to the A1 after hitting power lines.

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The A1 and surrounding roads have been closed while police

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investigate the accident. It is likely to be shut until tomorrow

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afternoon. It is an industry hit hard by the

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recession, but because of caravans were to the in an upbeat mood ahead

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of their to Rachel. It hopes to attack by us in their thousands,

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but surprisingly, it is a luxury end of the market that is giving

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cause for optimism. Caravanning does not get more

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luxurious than this. Nearly �500,000 worth of mobile home, and

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said to be selling well. You could be forgiven for thinking the

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economy was booming. Some of these buildings cost a phenomenal amounts

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of money, upwards of five under �1,000. The absolutely luxurious.

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All the electronic gadgetry and so on. Nicer than many homes that have

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been built. They are built to last as well these days. You can get

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mortgages on a man finance. It is a great lifestyle if you can afford

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it. Caravan camping - they do it yourself holiday made easy. From

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their early days of the budget holiday, the industry has become

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more sophisticated. As the finishing touches are made to this

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year's show, it is hoped the new season's caravans will prove to be

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bestsellers and support local jobs. The caravan industry in Hull is

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very dependent on people and jobs. We're confident about the future

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and feel we have products customers will be very interested in this

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weekend. The industry is highly sensitive to the market. It is only

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a few weeks since global manufacturer Swift announced

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redundancies. Manufacturers are keen to counter out that so

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economic downturn can mean fewer people are buying caravans, it can

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also mean that more people are choosing to holiday in this country.

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Guess where they are staying? This holiday park in East Yorkshire is

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benefiting from the so-called state occasion. This year, more caravans

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have been sold. We have done very well this year. When the public

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come through the doors here tomorrow, they will be able to see

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just about everything this industry has to offer. Manufacturers will be

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hoping they are in a buoyant mood. Thanks be up e-mails, texts and a

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tweets about the hundreds of 1000 pounds spent in East Yorkshire by

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council's cleaning up fly-tipping. The survey, by the Countryside

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Alliance, says most of our authorities are struggling to

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reclaim their costs with just �15,000 recovered in fines. Here's

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just a few of your comments: Phil in Lincoln suggests local

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authorities should make provision at their tips to allow asbestos to

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be left, as private firms charge a There was a big response on that

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story after the programme last night. Thank you for those. Still

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ahead: The course is one of the toughest anywhere in the world, and

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can be very confusing. 50 years on, we will look at the

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history of one of the biggest events of its kind in the country.

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Passengers in Hull setting off on a And 83 year-old says most of the

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shots to show on the programme are taken with electronic cameras which

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do not take effort. This is Lesley Fussey's picture of Hull. More

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pictures tomorrow. Port is at the Queen's Gardens

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Freedom Festival. -- Paul. He I think you will find it is my

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natural hair colour, I have not died it! What is your excuse?

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Somebody said yesterday you were on holiday that long you have probably

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gone grey! It is really nice to be here. There is a lot going on. The

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crowds are building now as you can see. Will we get a wave? Yes we

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will. There is lots going on with the Freedom Festival, five venues

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across the city, and I have good news for tomorrow, because it looks

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as though it will be mostly fine and drive across all five events.

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Get yourself into Hull. 23 degrees Let's look at the graphics for this

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evening. Very pleasant with variable crowd -- cloud and

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sunshine possible before the sun sets. Overnight dry it with broken

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cloud. Temperatures down to 12 degrees, quite mild for the early

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part of September. Tomorrow looks promising, the best weather in the

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morning, dry and bright with some hazy sunshine. Clouds will

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gradually increase, and the afternoon looks cloudy. There will

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be one or two spots of rain in western parts of East Yorkshire and

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Lincolnshire, but basically it looks like it will be mostly dried

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with good temperatures, 22-23 Cup Mar-24 around the Wash.

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Some uncertainty about Sunday, more and settles with patchy outbreaks

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of rain for a time, but the signal next week is a taste of autumn with

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it turning windier and a risk of rain at times. That is the forecast.

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This is a prestigious festival for this city, and you turn up like

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that! Nice of you to make an effort! There is nothing wrong with

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that and nothing wrong with me after Culture Festival!

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contradiction in terms is what I would say! Have a nice weekend.

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would say! Have a nice weekend. you later.'s his it is a sickness

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that it is very infectious and its spreading through a colony of grey

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seals at Flamborough. Four seals have been treated for

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sealpox in the last few weeks and an animal charity has been carrying

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out regular checks on the colony. Caroline Bilton was given exclusive

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access to join them. Her report contains images you may find

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upsetting. Flamborough is not the first place

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you would come to to seize seals. You would probably end up further

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down the coastline, where there is a colony of around 4500, but what

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we have here is effectively a seal motorway. Hiding in caves up and

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down this stretch of coastline, there will be hundreds of seals.

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Keeping a close eye on them is the charity East Coast Seal Rescue.

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day job is a nurse for Humberside and North Yorkshire police. In my

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spare time, I rescue seals. It is an outbreak of sealpox keeping

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Lesley and her team busy at the moment. These are the images of

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their latest rescue of a seal suffering from pox. Its flippers

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are covered in sores. As a result they're carrying out regular checks

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and today they have invited me to join them. Being escorted by the

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coastguard, we will keep an eye on the changing tide, and were only

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have a short time in a cave before we risk getting cut off.

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This is a cave underneath Flamborough, where the grey seals

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had been suffering from sealpox. We are coming down to check that the

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one we had the here the other day is all right and none of the others

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are suffering. We also checking for blood on the rocks because that

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would indicate that the seals with sealpox are still using this cave.

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We might have won in front of us. We can hear it. I am quite happy

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with that seal. There is no blood on it. It looks healthy so it has

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been feeding and it has this wonderful big eyes looking at us.

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In the last month we have been real busy with three fours in one day

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Sundays. At other times we don't have any call-outs. This is all

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time they devote voluntarily. Rachel is a full-time mum with a

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love for seals. I am actually from Lancashire and move to Bridlington

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and wanted to put something back into the community. I thought it

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was a perfect opportunity. Today there is no evidence of poorly

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seals, so how serious is this latest outbreak of sealpox? Sealpox

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is not a serious issue, it is like chickenpox in humans, but the

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problem is when they get it on their flippers or a place where it

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doesn't heal. Then we need to check the more, and the healthy one is

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now coming to metres. For now, this pup is free of sealpox, but Lesley

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and her team will be back to keep They do some great work, and some

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amazing pictures of the seals there. The Queen's new married

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granddaughter Zara Phillips is one of 80 riders competing this weekend

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in Lincolnshire at the annual Burghley Horse Trials. The event is

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celebrating its 50th year and to mark the anniversary, we have been

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looking back into the archives. They are the world's best risers,

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and Burghley is one of the events they all want to win -- best riders.

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Stanford's famous horse trial is in its 50th year and its it has been

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every rider's dream to win here since the start.

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50 years on, the same requirements apply, though back in the Sixties,

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health and safety was never really a serious concern. We were very

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lucky. Yes we had falls but most of us were lucky enough to get out. It

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wasn't like it is now. It was far more basic. It was equally good fun

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and challenging, though. She parted company with her rider, apparently

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with no harm done. The way the fences are built now are so

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different to how they used to be. Back then, a fence like this was

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never heard of. The royal party enjoyed a sporting times. Over the

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years, royalty have been regular visitors to Burghley, though these

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days family members are more than spectators. This year, the Queen's

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granddaughter is riding, just five weeks after her marriage to a rugby

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star. What takes priority, horses or rugby? Both. We both work hard

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in our sports, and we both supported other, and it is part of

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our lives. The challenge of these enormous fences will test all 80

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riders tomorrow. It is a sport which over the last 50 years here

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has been seen as the ultimate test It has been warm their today

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apparently. Zara Phillips will be competing on Saturday and Sunday.

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Hull Kingston Rovers have arrived in France knowing victory over

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Catalans Dragons will give them the greatest chance of making the end-

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of-season play-offs. Rovers are in a three-way race for two places

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along with neighbours Hull FC and Castleford. Simon Clark is in

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France watching their preparations. In temperatures hitting the 30

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Celsius mark, the players of Hull Kingston Rovers got a taste of what

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faces them tomorrow. They stretched and sweated in the stadium in

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France, all well barring one suspended player. We are going in

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full of confidence. We have been here for a couple of days so the

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players are looking forward to it. In terms of preparation, everything

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has gone smoothly. Rovers come into this match fresh from their best

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win of the season, a 24-22 victory over St Helens. BBC Radio

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Humberside commentator Chris Clark saw that game and today's training

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session and says much is at stake for Rovers and opponents Catalans.

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Rovers are chasing 8 spot but Castle arms could be forced. --

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Catalans could be 4th. It is their final home game of the season and

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they will want a point. Four or PHI of weeks ago we were relying on

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results to go our way, but destiny is certainly on our doorstep.

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have given the player's one simple instruction: Win here and next week

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at Castleford and Hull KR qualified for the play-offs come what may. It

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Back in Hull, the black-and-white coach Richard Agar says there is a

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lot riding on their game against Castleford tomorrow. They are

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currently 8th on the Super League table following a convincing win

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over Crusaders in a game that ended 58-18. Castleford is a great ground

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to go and play at. We are certain that we will take a healthy

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following, and ensure Castleford will as well. It makes for a good

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game as you would expect at this time of the year with so much

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riding on it. You can keep up to date on both games on BBC Radio

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Humberside tomorrow. Full Commentary of Hull KR's game starts

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Enjoy your football and your rugby league. It is the sister train to

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the Orient Express, and it is more luxurious than a five-star hotel.

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The Northern Belle is based on the style of the luxury of the 1930s

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Pullman engines. Today it came to Hull's's Paragon Station for a rare

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visit to raise money for Dove House Hospice. Linsey Smith has more.

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Awaiting the arrival of a special guest: The mood was celebratory at

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Hull's Paragon Station this afternoon in anticipation of the

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Northern Belle. It is the first time it has come to Hull and it is

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so iconic. We are delighted for it to be here. Everyone is so excited

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about it! A sister train to the Orient Express, the Northern Belle

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is based on the style and luxury of the 1930s Belle trains. Let's take

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a ride on Britain's latest train. This is travel as it should be.

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it was more exuberant -- exuberance than engines that drew the crowd.

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We had a leather wallet with tickets to art day trip to

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Edinburgh and a five-course meal on the way home. The nostalgia of

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being on the train, and the lovely atmosphere. The thought of going on

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a Pullman train at the start is exciting. At �300 a ticket, it is

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more than the usual tip to Edinburgh, but this is travel how

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it used to be. We have tablecloths, for a start! Fine china, glasses,

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we are hoping for champagne as soon as possible. It is hoped the day

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will raise thousands of pounds for Dove House Hospice and let these

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passengers enjoy a piece of history. Carriages full of elegance and

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refinement. Let's recap the main national and

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regional headlines. The new leaders of Libya have called for guns to

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come off the streets of Tripoli and call for the rebels to go home.

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There are warnings more than half- a-million homes in Yorkshire and

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literature will struggle to pay fuel bills this winter. Whether

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fine, bright and warm, hazy fine, bright and warm, hazy

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sunshine at times, top temperatures around ready for Celsius, 24, 75

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around ready for Celsius, 24, 75 Fahrenheit.

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Another reviewer says that it is a disgrace that in 2011 people living

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fuel property whether companies make a profit, and the government

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should intervene. Justin says he has given up using heating as

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energy bills are so high. Kathy text did to say, we have loft

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insulation and cavity wall insulation, but our bills are still

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high. ! That is it, we are back on the

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