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

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Denied treatment, the former soldier who's been battling brain

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cancer for eight years. My kids, my wife, they are what I am here for.

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You know. And they need me. And I need them.

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Tributes ten years on, the East Yorkshire man who escaped the death

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and destruction of the Twin Towers. Those that went to the left and

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right didn't survive but those of us that went straight down the

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street did survive. It was that closed.

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The late run in for Rovers. A last chance for the Robins to make the

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Super League play-off places. And just when is it too soon to

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start shopping for Christmas? A new campaign to limit it to December.

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And it has been a lovely afternoon with temperatures in the low 70s.

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Will it last for the weekend? Join Good evening.

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It's a drug his doctor says could prolong his life, but a former

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soldier from Gainsborough has been told the NHS won't fund his

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treatment. Mark Bannister has brain cancer and wants to take the drug

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Avastin. Because it's not officially recognised as a

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treatment for brain tumours, he's struggling to get it. But if Mark

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lived just 15 miles away in Scunthorpe, he would be entitled to

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it. Phil Connell reports on the drug decision that's dependant on a

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Playing with his family. These are precious days for Mark Bannister. A

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rare type of rain cancer may have left him with just 12 months to

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live for. According to his doctor, a drug called Avastin could prolong

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his life but here, in Lincolnshire, the health body responsible for his

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care, it is refusing to be prescribed. There are no words to

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describe it. My kids, my wife, they I trust what I am here for. You

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know. And they need me. For nine years, Mark served in the Army and

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has received support from the British Legion. A social networking

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sites has also been established to publicise his story and in the last

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few days it has received more than 2000 hits. I feel they have played

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God. They have chosen weather mark can live or not live. I am angry

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and scared at the same time. It can be asked today but anybody else

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tomorrow. The first make say they are the victims of a postcode

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lottery. Just 20 miles away in Scunthorpe, Avastin is given free

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to patients with the same type of cancer. And it is a similar

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situation across the whole Yorkshire and Humber region where

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the drug is also free to all patients that need it. In Mark

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Bannister's area, applications are assessed by the East Midlands drugs

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found crusade decisions are based If there is a chance of seeing

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another two Christmases, and their birthdays, another 12 months extra

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them what I have got, then it is worth a fight. Despite his

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deteriorating health, he says he will keep fighting. And as a last

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resort will move to an area where the treatment recommended by his

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Earlier I spoke to Sarah Lindsell from a charity which works on

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behalf of patients with brain tumours. She told me Mr Bannister's

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situation was all too common. Every week we hear from hundreds of

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Patients that are affected by brain tumours and, unfortunately, it is

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the case that they seek fair and consistent treatment. If you live

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just a few miles away in Yorkshire and Humber area, for example, you

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could get the drug, but where -- not where he is. Is that there?

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can only imagine how devastating it must be to find your oncologist has

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suggested a drug regime for you that you cannot take an spend

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longer with your loved ones, with your family because of where you

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live. We need much fairer, much more consistent treatment. If a

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course of treatment costs �21,000 per patient, it is down to the fact

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there is not enough money. It is more about fairness and consistency.

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Why is it in one area you can but in another you can't? If you want

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and need to spend longer with your loved one Sunday drug can increase

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your life expectancy, then we need fairness and consistency. What

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about capitalised nice? What we can say is that it is very clear there

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is a severe lack of investment nationally in finding a cure and

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for better treatments for brain tumours and thousands of people

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died every year as a result of a tumour fools stop if there is a

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drug available which helps a patient, should it be the patient's

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cost? It needs to be fair and consistent which is so key issue.

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If there is a drug that can extend your life and can enable you to

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live longer, it must be very, very difficult to be denied it based on

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where you live. It needs to be fair and consistent. Very good to talk

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to you. What do you think on this one

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tonight? Should access to potentially life saving drugs

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depend on where you live? How could the system be made fairer?

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You can e-mail, a text, and to meet. In a moment:

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Bidding to play ball. We meet the Lincoln Paralympic hopeful as Games

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A documentary maker from Hull has spoken of his memories of 9/11.

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Paul Berriff was caught up in the attacks on the World Trade Centre.

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This weekend marks the 10th anniversary of the tragedy. Mark

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and Christine Egan from Hull were killed when the Towers collapsed.

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Their family have spoken for the first time about the day which

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changed their lives forever. Linsey An event that defined a whole

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decade. Paul Berriff is a documentary maker from Hull. He was

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in New York making a film about animal welfare. When he heard a

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plane had hit the Twin Towers... got itchy feet and my instinct

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kicked in so I went and looked. I was there for about five seconds

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with the camera, filming this torrent of debris coming towards me.

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And then everything went black. I remember crawling through all of

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this hot debris. It was in my mouth, up my nose, in my ears, I had to

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put a finger in to clear my airways. I could hardly breathe. It depended

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on how you ran down the street. Those that went to the left and

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right didn't survive, but those of us that went straight down the

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street did survive. It was that close. There were 67 British

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victims of the terrorist attacks. Michael and Christine Egan were

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from Hull. They are remembered here in the Peace Gardens. Michael

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worked in insurance. His sister Christine was just visiting New

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York. She was in the Tower as she wanted to see the view from her

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brother's office. I spoke to Michael's son Jonathan, who is

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still in New York. He remembers his father's passion for sport in Hull.

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My father wasn't -- when my father wasn't in a suit, he was either in

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a rugby jersey or a Hull city Jerzy or wearing a T-shirt saying, it is

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never dull in Hull. He was very fortunate enough to get a phone

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call from my mother, because it gave my mother some closure in the

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fact that he was able to say goodbye to her, he was able to tell

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her, to kiss the kids, and he got the point across he wasn't coming

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home because he was trapped. Simon Cocklin from Humberside Police will

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pay tribute to them this weekend. He's stand in the Guard of Honour

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in the official remembrance ceremony at Ground Zero. It is

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important that all the British civilians that died in the World

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Trade Centre are represented by all of the police forces. Paul still

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has the camera he used that day. Covered in the dust which almost

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killed him. Another reminder of the day that changed the lives of

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Experts have been monitoring the Humber Coast for the remains of a

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dead whale that was found off Cleethorpes yesterday. It was

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thought the 30-foot fin whale may be washed up with the tide. Earlier

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in the week, the mammal had to be rescued from mudflats at Immingham

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but, unfortunately, it couldn't be saved when it became stranded again

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near Cleethorpes. It is believed a sighting of the whale this morning

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was a false alarm. This morning, we had a report the whale had come up

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on a sandbank between have -- between Cleethorpes. we presume he

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is still out there. Bottles of illegal vodka have been

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seized from a shop in Scunthorpe. Trading Standards are warning

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people that the drink, labelled Drop Vodka, should not be drunk as

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it contains rubbing alcohol, which is normally used as cleaning fluid.

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Students have moved into their new building at the School of

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Engineering in Lincoln. The �7 million school has been developed

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by the University of Lincoln in partnership with engineering giant

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Siemens. It will also see collaborations with other local

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firms. Entrepreneurs in East Yorkshire are

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being offered a share of a �300,000 investment fund. It comes as many

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businesses are struggling to secure loans from the high street banks.

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Leanne Brown has been to meet one company that's benefited.

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Busy working on their latest order. Helix Precision makes parts for the

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aerospace and medical industry. And they're just one of the companies

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that have benefited from an investment fund. When companies

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begin, it is very hard to get funding because the banks think

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there is risk involved. The extra cash they've received has helped to

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buy extra machinery, meaning more work and the creation of jobs The

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major high street banks are falling short on a commitment to lend more

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to small businesses, and public sector cuts means there's less

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government funding available. has made a great deal of difference

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to us. When we are doing jobs, we have got a lot more capacity and

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My members in the area tell me that they are having a lot of difficulty,

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particularly those members that wished to increase their factory or

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machinery. The banks are wary. help bridge the gap, Hull-based

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telecoms firm Kingston Communications is putting �300,000

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into a new fund. I think it is important for all large employers

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in the area to step up to the plight. The private sector needs to

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fill the gap where the public sector has left. It's hoped the

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investment will help boost the local economy by enabling companies

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Still to come on the programme... Fans gear up for a crucial game as

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Rovers play to win the final Super League play-off place.

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And is it too early for redecorating? Their campaign to

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Tonight's photograph was taken by Jane Eyre, it is Kenwick Park.

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Another picture on Monday night at the same time.

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Paul is at the National Science Festival in Bradford, which brings

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together 350 of the best brains in science in the country.

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His is the beginning of a very exciting week. Before I get on to

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the weather, bang goes the theory of the star performer this weekend.

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And we have got someone from that series to show us an experiment.

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The problem is that if you want water you have to make it fall from

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-- wait for it to fall from the sky. Here we make our own by reacting

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hydrogen and oxygen! That is what you get with hot air! So you should

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be careful, Peter! Says this is going to be fantastic, it has

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singed my hair, what I have left of it! There is all sorts going on in

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Bradford sold --. Also there is a lot going on with the weather,

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there is talk all fall-out from Hurricane Catia, severe gales

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across East Yorkshire and across East Yorkshire and

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Lincolnshire's. But right now, this evening, it is OK. There is some

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sunshine this evening. There is just a risk of one or two showers

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pushing up from the South. But very hit and miss, and apart from some

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patchy rain later on it will be mostly dry and very warm for

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September - 16 degrees Celsius in Lincoln. The all-important weekend

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forecast: It will be reasonable in the morning, a lot of cloud and

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some patchy drizzle in places. But on a whole, dry weather. Then there

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will be a cold front, that could bring a bit of patchy rain from the

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West. But it will be small and some places will stay dry. Cloudy, a bit

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of sunshine, the risk of a shower, 22 degrees Celsius is a high. A

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moderate south-westerly wind. Sunday is bright and windy with

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sunny spells and a few showers. And Sunday-night into Monday there is

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some concern about the Harry came, it looks like strengthening winds,

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so stay posted with the forecast. I so stay posted with the forecast. I

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will be back on Sunday. Did you really have to put earmuffs on for

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that?! It was not a little path. It blew off live -- up my legs! They

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have seen it all before, Peter! joy the science festival.

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Thank you were getting in touch about the news on last night's

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programme that high-street shops continue to face tough trading

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conditions. It shows that some shopping areas in our region have

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more than one-quarter of premises standing empty. Grimsby has the

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worst figures, with 27 % of shops vacant. A few of you a message has.

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Peter Ingram is be says there are 50 shops in Freeman Street that had

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50 shops in Freeman Street that had Thank you for all of those messages.

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All next week we are looking at the issues affecting servicemen and

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servicewomen from the East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. Armed

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Forces Week starts on Monday's programme, and we will be following

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some new recruits -- recruits who are leaving home and starting their

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training. Today is 355 days until the start

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of the London 2012 Paralympic Games. You can now apply to be there in

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person. Many people struggle to get tickets for the Olympic Games

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earlier this year. But one Paralympic hopeful says people

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should stand a better chance of getting tickets this time round.

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Andy Skinner is hoping to be at the Paralympics next year, as part of

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the Great Britain sitting volleyball team. While he is

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working hard, he things getting a ticket to watch should be quite

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easy. I think it will be better than the able-bodied Olympics,

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because it is not as popular as able body. So I think, they go on

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sale today, to watch us play is about 15 counts. I have sent e-mail

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still a lot of people, and I think there should be enough to go round

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on the day. So will the people of Hull be trying their luck? I would

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like to apply to watch it, yes. haven't got the money, up with a

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transport to London. I wish I could go. It has been confirmed that 1.2

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million people were unsuccessful with their applications for tickets

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for the London Olympics. The story of the Olympic tickets

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was more about have not stand a haves. Four many of those people,

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the Paralympics will represent their best chance for sampling the

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atmosphere of London 2012. It will give a lot of people a chance to

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see some of these boards they missed out on at the Olympics. And

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it is disappointing that not as many people cost to see things they

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wanted to see at the Olympics. But I would encourage everyone to apply

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for Paralympics to pick -- take its. How can you get in on the action?

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There are two main tickets up for grabs, many of them will be priced

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at �10 or less. You can apply before the window shuts on 26th

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September. But if demand exceeds supply, the dreaded ballot will

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decide who gets to watch this sport Xantia is disappointed.

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Good luck if you are calling for tickets. Be it is winner-takes-all

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at Cravan Park tomorrow. Hull Kingston Rovers the be trying

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to secure an appearance in the Super League play-offs. It would be

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a remarkable turnaround in their fortunes after a slow start to the

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season. But a defeat by Castleford would bring their season to an

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The perfect start, at try, and another try!

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A thrilling win in France against the Catalans last week saw Rovers

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replace Castleford in the play-off places. Setting up a dramatic

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winner-takes-all clash between themselves and the Tigers at Cravan

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Park. The best way to go on to it a play-off is on a winning streak.

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the last few weeks that been the same pressure, whatever they have

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done over the last few weeks it is really important that they win this

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one. The Robins are effectively starting sudden-death rugby one

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week early. With victory here on Saturday, they would be rewarded

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with that final play-off place. But if they lose, it is all over.

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think they all know what is at stake. And they have all worked

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very hard to get to this position. And I do not think they will let

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the opportunity go by them without putting in all the effort. Former

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Rovers legend turned landlord George Fairburn knows all about the

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pressures of going into bigger games. Do not make mistakes early

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on. If they get their own game going individually. If they do not

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win tomorrow... For a just and the end his career. With seven wins on

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the trot, the Robins go into the game as favourites. At with coach

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Justin Morgan and seven players leaving at the end of the season, a

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win and a play-off place would be the purse -- perfect a leaving

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present. You can follow that game on BBC

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Radio Humberside on FM and also online tomorrow. Kick-off is at

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5:45pm. It has been confirmed that outgoing

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Hull FC coach Richard Agar is moving to Wakefield Wildcats.

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Speculation about who will replace him continues. The talk is of

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Australian Peter Gentle. But Richard Agar says that will not

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distract the players from tonight's game. We are feeling confident and

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good about ourselves. It has been a difficult week, but I would praise

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the players were the focus during training. And there is a chance

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that we can win, that is a good Hull City are playing this weekend

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after the break for international matches. The Tigers travel to

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Peterborough where they will have to continue their winning form.

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That would build on their recent 1- 0 victory over wedding. Four it

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will be the game in which we have to be physically ready for the game,

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but also ready mentally full what will be a very high-tempo game. We

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have to match them and make sure have to match them and make sure

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Scunthorpe United are looking for their first win of the season, but

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face a difficult task against Sheffield United. In the conference

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Blue Square Bet Premier, Lincoln City will be looking for their

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City will be looking for their second win of this season against

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Kettering Town. And Grimsby Town are at home against Hayes and

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Yeading. That will be on Radio Yeading. That will be on Radio

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It is only September, but it seems that Christmas may be coming

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earlier than usual. Reports had been reaching us at Christmas has

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broken out early in the shops, garden centres and hotels in East

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Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. It has prompted Radio Humberside to start

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a campaign to keep Christmas in Christmas is a magical time of year.

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Everything has more twinkle. The cold weather gives us breathtaking

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landscapes. And people do funny things. But already, you were

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thinking, why is this weird though even talking about Christmas? The

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children have just gone back to school, we are in 24 degree heat

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and the flowers are in full bloom. I'm talking about it because

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current events are forcing me to. My first example is near Lincoln.

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Just look how his garden centre is already transforming into a

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Christmas grotto. We are not going to sell much garden furniture as

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the weather turns. Obviously, if we start putting Christmastide,

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hopefully they will start buying. It is only men who start -- wait

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until December. I am as guilty as any one! And even where the

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Christmas trees grow, as September Christmas-tree frenzy has begun.

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There are some customers who like to be ready, they are buying potted

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trees did it in the garden before the season really kicks off. So

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that they can get the outside trees decorated. It is not only

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Lincolnshire folk. Those in the East Riding I know better. There is

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a fully decorated Christmas tree at the Room at a hotel. Their first

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Christmas party is on 30th September. They have no shame.

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would like to introduce our beautiful Christmas tree, which I'm

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sure you will agree is tastefully decorated. We have our first

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Christmas party at the end of this month. The theme for this year is

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James Bond, and here he is... some people like it,... And some do

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not. I think it is really a bit early. And a man he has no deep --

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have many campaigns against it. Fair enough, people are doing

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Christmas shopping early, spread the money throughout the year.

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but when Christmas is being rammed down your throat in September it is

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a bit much. But let's face it, this is a train either of us can stop,

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and we are in for the long right. So if you cannot beat them, Merry

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Christmas, everyone. A fake James Bond and Andy comfort

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all in one film. Do not forget, if you have a story that we think --

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you think we should know about, drop me an e-mail. A recap of the

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main headlines: Americans brace themselves following a credible

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terrorist threat 10 years after 9/11.

:26:41.:26:45.

Calls for fairer treatment after a brain cancer did teach -- patient

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is told his local health the authority will not fund his needs.

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Temperatures tomorrow up to 22 degrees Celsius.

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On the subject of Avastin and that story, James has sent a message to

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say that the young man should get the treatment he deserves. It is a

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disgrace that a man who fought bra country should not get a drug for

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cancer. John says that he thought the NHS

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was there for all. How wrong I am. Shocking that people do not have

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access to drugs. And from James, you do not pay a

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different amount of National Insurance depending on where you

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live. So treatment should be available to all.

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Tin says if that was me, I would move. Parents moved to being a good

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