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Good evening. Welcome to BBC Look North. The headlines - the race

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against time to put up hundreds of students starting life at

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university this weekend. To put a freshers in as a bit nerve-racking,

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because they are nervous enough already. I think it ruins the

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experience of it. I after nearly 120 years, the daily paper that's

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going weekly. A Hull man has survived after a metal bolt hit him

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in the face as he drove down the M 62. If it had hit the in the eye

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could have swerved into the central reservation or anywhere else. I'm

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really lucky it hit me where it did. And the rare, old footage capturing

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life in our area that's on display this weekend. And that weekend

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weather forecast will follow in the In just over 24 hours, thousands of

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students will be arriving at the University of Lincoln for the start

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of freshers week. For more than 100 of them, these will be their

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student digs. Portable cabins, after the University ran out of

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space in its normal halls of residence. Leanne Brown has been

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for a look around the temporary accommodation. They are just three

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metres wide, that's nine ft, but these boxers will soon be housing

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200 students. There's no arguing the fact that the cabins are

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relatively compact, but they do have two beds in and an en-suite

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shower room. They are comfortable, heated and safe. The cabins are

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usually used as an upmarket alternative to a tent at festivals.

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But they have been used at universities before. The feedback

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has been positive from the other universities because they had them

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for a number of years. One university has had them on and off

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for five years, it's survived peaks and troughs in their accommodation

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requirements. But these current students wouldn't have been happy

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if they were housed there. wouldn't have felt comfortable, I

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wouldn't have wanted to stick around for as long as my whole

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course. I would have been looking for somewhere else to go. They are

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horrible. You are not going to be very comfortable if all you've got

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is this tiny box and you've got to share with someone else. If you are

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completely different people, one of you goes out and the other stays in,

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you are going to feel awful. Threshers on nervous enough already

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coming in on the first day. The sooner they get them out the better,

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but they are looking for other places for them so it should be all

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right. It's the first time Lincoln University has had this problem.

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Student numbers haven't risen but the amount coming from outside the

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county has. It's not the fact that the student numbers have increased

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so significantly, it's that we are seeing more students coming from

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further afield. We find that local students tend to stay at a parental

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home, around a quarter of them, and students from further afield to

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dump. The reputation of the universe Tycroes and students are

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coming from further afield. Students will be arriving on Sunday.

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It's perhaps not the start to university life they expected.

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Leanne is live at the University now. Why has the University gone

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for these temporary units rather than putting students in what

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people would be thinking about -- thinking about, a B&B or hotel

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accommodation? They didn't want students to miss out on those

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important few weeks of university life. Down at the waterfront, where

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there are lots of pubs and restaurants, you can see behind me

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the student bar. Lots will be going on around here for freshers week.

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They wanted to make sure that students felt they were a part of

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that. If they'd been placed in B&Bs they'd be disjointed and in various

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different places across the city. This way, they are all together in

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one local community. Traditionally, they would have been in halls of

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residence, so they wanted to recreate that kind of feel. But I

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must stress that they do say this is a temporary solution and they

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are working with local tenants to find them alternative accommodation

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in a shared house. What do you think about that, would you fancy

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starting university life in a portable cabin, has the University

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Campbell did the best way? You can e-mail us. In Hull, its claimed

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that changes to planning laws could force students away from an area of

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the city known for cheap accommodation. Hull University

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students Union says stricter planning rules would stop houses in

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the Newland Avenue area being turned into shared homes. The

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council says it's talking to residents and Stevens before a

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decision is made. We've got a meeting on the 20 sixth. This is a

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day when we get 5000 new students to the city, bringing millions of

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pounds worth of economy with them. It's a devastating message to send

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out to them, that they are going to be put in student ghettos and not

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able to live where they want to live on the thriving streets in the

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city of Hull. The Grimsby housewife who wants us to have our say on

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leaving Europe. It's been a daily fixture for thousands of people in

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Lincolnshire for nearly 120 years. But today, following months of

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speculation, it's been announced that the Lincolnshire Echo is to

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become a weekly paper. Circulation has fallen to just over 17,000, a

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drop of more than 7% since this time last year. That's compared

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with a circulation of more than 30,000 a day 20 years ago. Bosses

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say that scrapping the daily edition will help to secure the

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paper's long-term future. The paper's future was its own front

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page story today. After 118 years of daily news, the Lincolnshire

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Echo is going weekly. The latest victim, it seems, of our changing

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reading habits. People are very busy in their lives and the number

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of readers who religiously read a paper six times a week is dropping.

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What we want to do is be able to give people everything in one

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weekly edition. It's a problem that's been experienced by other

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papers. Several weeks ago, the Scunthorpe Telegraph went weekly

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following and 9.1 % fall in its circulation. In Hull, the Daily

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Mail is down by 8.2 %. Yngling picture, sales of the Ecole have

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fallen by 7.6 %. In Lincoln today, people had different reasons why.

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If I'm going to get my news from anything it's usually Sky News or

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BBC News on the internet. I don't really read the Lincolnshire Echo

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because the information in it doesn't really appeal to me. I

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don't think it's aimed at our age group. There isn't enough news to

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fill a paper every day. A weekly one would be brilliant. Unlike many

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daily papers, the Lincolnshire Echo Sir -- covers a wide and sprawling

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counter. Village shops and newsagents have been closing fast,

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and now reaching areas -- people in areas like this has become

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increasingly difficult. Shops have closed down, the post office has

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closed down, that has undoubtedly had an impact on our sales.

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years of daily reporting will come to an end on 14th October. A sign

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of the Times, with the printed word battling to compete with internet

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technology. I spoke to the media commentator Roy Greenslade, who

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writes a blog for the Guardian newspaper, and asked him whether he

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was surprised that the Lincolnshire Echo is going weekly. Not at all.

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It's clear that Northcliffe media have been reviewing the situation

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at several evening papers, and this is the fourth in their group that

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they decided to turn from a regional evening into a weekly.

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That follows one even earlier, the Bath Chronicle, in which it

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pioneered this kind of move. circulation of the Scunthorpe

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Telegraph has gone up since it has gone weekly. Is this the answer to

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save the papers? I think it's an interim stage, because I think we

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will eventually end up with no papers at all and will move totally

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on screen, but that's a way off yet. So it's a way of ensuring that a

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paper which is probably not making a great deal of money, if any at

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all, can turn a profit and therefore can survive. What they've

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found his by transforming rather thin the daily papers into thicker

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weekly papers, it does get a big sales flippered. People get

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interested again. The Bath Chronicle has been doing this for a

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couple of years and is still a very successful newspaper. Let me go

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back to that point you made a few minutes ago. Can you see the end of

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papers? Yes. Eventually, we are obviously going to do without

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newsprint. That is clearly a big digital revolutionary move which we

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are going to want. But it's hopeless trying to put a date on it.

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Some newspapers will survive but overall, we will lose newsprint

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altogether. Maybe 20 years' time, maybe 30, it may be sooner. What

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about more immediately? The Grimsby Telegraph, the Hull Daily Mail - of

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a guaranteed to stay daily? For the moment they are. I'm sure

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everything will be constantly under review. This is not really about

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sales and circulation, it's really about advertising revenue, about

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whether you can turn a profit. Advertising is obviously affected

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by the number of papers that you sell, but then we've got the

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problem of people migrating to the internet. Advertisers migrating to

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the internet. And also the overall recession, the government

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withdrawing a lot of advertising across Britain. All of this is

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having a marked effect on the regional newspaper industry. Very

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interesting to talk to you. I'd like to throw this one open to you

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tonight. Do you still buy your local paper? If not, why not? Do

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you agree that eventually daily newspapers will disappear? Thoughts

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on this and the change in the Lincolnshire Echo, you can e-mail

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Hull City Council has pledged �5 million to support the proposed

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Siemens wind turbines factory. The development to bring thousands of

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jobs to the area, but negotiations to gain the contract have currently

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stalled. MPs and council leaders met the Business Secretary, Vince

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Cable, earlier this week to gain government support for the bid. 18

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Afghan men are staging a peaceful protest at a Lincolnshire

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immigration detention centre. One of them has told the BBC that they

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are afraid of being sent home and says they've gone on hunger strike.

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The men are being held at Moreton Hall near Lincolnshire. We are just

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here for a strike. We don't want to go for to our rooms. It's raining,

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it's cold as well. We are just here, sitting down, no food, no water,

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nothing. A 15-year-old girl has been missing from Scunthorpe since

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the early hours of Sunday morning. Police are appealing for help to

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locate Jamie slight, who was last seen at her home on Tomlinson

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Avenue in the town. It's thought she may be with a male friend in

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Scarborough, but it's out of character for her to go missing for

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this period of time. A mother from Hull says her son is lucky to be

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alive after a metal bolt smashed through his windscreen and hit him

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in the face as he drove for over the River Ouse Bridge on the M 62.

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Adam Davies says if he was left unable to breathe after the bold

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hitting in the throat. -- the metal bolt hit him up through the throat.

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Just where it came from is a mystery. But for Adam Davis, it's

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beginning to sink in just how lucky he is to have escaped serious

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injury, after this six inch metal bolt hit him in the throat while he

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was driving. If it had hit me in the eye, I could have swerved into

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the central reservation or anything else. I'm really lucky it hit me

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where it did. Had it come head on, it would have killed him. Adam was

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on his way home to Hull on the M 62. But as he was approaching the top

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of the bridge near Goole, he saw a sudden flash and his windscreen

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shattered. I didn't really know what was happening. It all happened

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so fast. All I could do was break and get it across onto the hard

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shoulder. He walked away with just cuts and bruising to the neck and

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chest. Back at the scene of the accident and he's now trying to

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find out where the metal bolt came from. When I managed to get my

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breath back and stopped the car, I was stopped at the top of the

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bridge. That's where the car stayed until the paramedics came for me.

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The Highways Agency, who look after this part of the road, say it would

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be nearly impossible to determine how it came to be on the motorway.

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What are you going to do with it now? Frame it. Definitely. That

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will be a talking point for quite a few years. Sell the family will be

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keeping this missile as a lasting reminder of his lucky escape.

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Meanwhile, car fixed and injuries healed, Adam is back behind the

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Adam's incredible story. Thank you for watching. Still ahead before

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the top of the hour. Your chance to catch a glimpse of rare footage of

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life in our area from the last 100 years. And the time is 17 minutes

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to 7. Tonight's photo was taken by Mark dots worth of the old

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lighthouse at Spurn Point. Thank you Mark. Another picture tomorrow,

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Monday night. That is the one. That Monday night. That is the one. That

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picture didn't look any different! Linda says how sad that Peter got

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so excited about the aircraft picture. Ask him will he get his

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telescope out this weekend? Please. Just the forecast will do. The

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headline San unsettled one. Sunny intervals and scattered showers.

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Some of which could be on the heavy side. So a mixed bag this weekend.

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There will be drier and brighter interlueds but you can tell how

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unsettled t it is going to be. Low pressure driving bands of showers

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in from the west. After the showers this morning most parts of East

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Yorkshire and Lincolnshire have been dry. There has been a bit of

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brightness in the last few hour, we have got a very active weather

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system. We could see the tail end, the chance of a thundery shower,

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some HM Revenue & Customs I have downpour, but it will clear out of

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the way, behind a lot of dry weather before showers threaten

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again from the south-west, towards the end of the night. We will see

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lowest temperatures round 10 or 11 degrees. So the sun will rise in

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the morning, at 6.38 setting at 7.13. So there will be some sunny

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spells round tomorrow, but at the same time showers probably from the

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word go, some of which will be heavy, there could be the odd clap

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of thunder rblgt and some hail. There will be some drier and

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brighter spells in between those scattered showers, but if you catch

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one you will know about it. Temperatures round 16er 17 degrees.

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17 in Grimsby and Lincoln is 63F. With a moderate south-west wind,

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but if you catch a heavy shower that wind will be gusty. A similar

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sort of forecast on Sunday, with again sunny spells, scattered

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shower, Monday a final morning, cloudy later patchy rain, Tuesday

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at the moment looks mostly dry. at the moment looks mostly dry.

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That is the forecast. You need danger money working with you. One

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viewer says the weather should be on performance related pay. Paul

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would be heavily in debt. I would be bankrupt. At least you admitted

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it. Don't go there again. Have a nice weekend. Goodbye. A house wife

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from Grimsby is leading a group of campaigners calls for a referendum

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on whether the country should leave the European Union. The decline of

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the fishing industry and the financial crisis in the Euro done

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are two of the reasons why some say there should be a public vote on

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the future of membership of the EU. With more here is our political

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editor. As European leaders fight to save the single currency, a very

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different battle is being fought closer to home. Grimsby house wife

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Jo White leads a group of campaigners is who say it is time

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for a referendum on whether we stay in or get out of the European Union.

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The EU makes so many of our laws these days, I think that in itself

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is undemocratic. Mr Cameron, the politicians need to ask what we

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think. It is time we were asked. The last time we had a referendum

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on our membership of what used to be called the Common Market was

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back in 1975. Which means that no- one under the age of 54 has ever

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been asked directly whether they want to be part of the EU. Do you

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think there should be a referendum? Yes, we pay a lot into it. We get

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very little out of it. Except red tape. I would vote to stay in. I

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think it is essential we stay in a wired market because we need to

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have more contacts to grow our business. -- wider market. With

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many blaming Brussels for the decline of the fishing industry,

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Grimsby has long been regarded as one of the most Euro-sceptic towns

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in the country. But one MEP believes those who want to leave

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the EU should be careful what they wish for.N't Look, there is nothing

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to say our own economy won't be in dire straits and we might be

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looking from help from Europe. We need Europe as much as it needs us.

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The Prime Minister has rejected calls for an EU referendum. But a

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petition signed by more than 100,000 people supporting a public

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vote was recently handed in to Downing Street. And campaigners say

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they will be keeping up the pressure on the Government. There

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there is more on The Politics Show at 1.35 on Sunday afternoon here on

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BBC One. Thanks for being in touch about changes to the planning laws

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that we were talking about last night on the programme. The

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Government has proposed changes which could see green field land

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released for develop: It prompted a row in Stamford where a develop

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developer wants to build hundreds of homes on farmland. A big

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response. A few here, Wilfred says grabbing green belt land for

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development will not ease the housing crisis, the real answer to

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the shortage is improving the supply of mortgages to those who

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can afford them. Jenny says while there is is a need to build more

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home, it isn't planning that is stopping them being built, it is

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the economy. If people can't get mortgages developers won't build.

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Rachel says we don't need more new houses, we need to make mortgages

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more accessible for first-time buyers so they can buy the houses

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that are already for sea. We will have more on the radio on Monday if

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you can join me from midday. Fans of Hull Kingston Rovers could be

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forgiven for having a feeling of deja vu as their side prepares for

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their second match in France in as many weeks, they play the Catalan

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Dragons tomorrow night. The last time Rovers won but only just.

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Rovers are hopping to -- hoping to continue their winning run Feeling

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confident. You I know, you coach and the players train for 27 rounds

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to play in the big game, and it is finally here. The first part is

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over and now ut it is the exciting part. We look forward to going down

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and there getting the victory. you can hear that game of course on

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BBC Radio Humberside tomorrow. The coverage is from Simon Clark and

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Mike white on FM and online and 24 hours later, Hull FC will be

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heading to Leeds for their play off tie where they will have to perform

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better than last week. The black- and-whites lost 12-34 in front of a

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home crowd. Having lost Super League encounters against the

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Rhinos this season they will hope to put past performances behind

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them on Sunday. Looking at going out and getting the win. We feel

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that we have worked very hard for each other this year, to put

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ourself in this position. I think, you know, when you look at the

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competition at the moment, Wigan and Warrington are probably the

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favourites. When you look down from that I think most teams can beat

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each other. And coverage of the game also on Radio Humberside. The

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Leeds Rhinos versus Hull is at 5.00 and on FM and online. Hull City

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will continue to look to continue their winning run when Portsmouth

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are the visitors. The commentary on the Tigers game will be on AM from

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3.00. If you want to follow scuant's progress against Walsall

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that is on FM. Grimsby is on DAB and on line. And Lincoln city's

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game is on BBC Lincolnshire, with a build up starting from 2.00. Enjoy

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your rugby and your football this weekend. Here is a nice one. The

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Queen Mary II will sail past the Yorkshire coast tomorrow morning,

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on a round Britain voyage. If you want to see the ship she will be

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off Flamborough Head land at 9.is a tomorrow morning. An East Yorkshire

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man who has spent 15 years trying to grow squashs in his back garden

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has finally had some success. Keith from Driffield has spent his

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retirement trying to find a variety that will cope with the climate.

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am not doing it for any commercial reason, I just enjoy doing it. I

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enjoy success, and that is success. And people like James Martin would

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drool at a crop like that. In fact I may send him one, because he

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loves his butter nut squash and this is better. James Martin will

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be pleased with that! A rare screening of film footage soil. 100

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years old has been taking place in Grimsby. It is part of a project

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giving people an insight into the past through the lens of amateur

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Boston in 1904. A day when the town was out in force, to celebrate the

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opening of its new municipal buildings, and a day captured

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forever, because someone cared to film it. Footage like this is still

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finding new audiences and today you could step inside a tent in Grimsby

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and transported back to the past through the world of film. Scenes

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of Butlins in Skegness in the '50s, brought back treasured memories.

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One of the red coats said do you want to meet Billy Butlin. I was

:24:45.:24:50.

talking to him and he said are you enjoying it. We both fell in the

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boating lake because we were too big for the canoe -- canoe, the

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male times were fantastic. They could dispense about 300 meals in

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15 minutes flat. It looked different. Do think it looked fun?

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No. Not as fun as it is now. the fact that Harley and her school

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friends can see what their holidays might have been like half a century

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ago is thanks to the amateur film- makers like John Turner. People are

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very nice. That is a big close up. She doesn't mind. John made his

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films while a student at Hull university. He hasn't watched them

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for 50 years. It is amazing isn't. It is quite amazing. First thing

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that comes to mind why did it take it all? The street scenes were

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engrossing, engrossing really, so, I, and also they were a way of

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talking to people, and I was fascinated and a lot of poverty. It

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sounds wicked to say interesting but it was, there was a certain

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horror by it. Horror is better than interest. I used to wander round

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with a camera and talk to people and film them. And now people are

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grateful he didment some of the footage has been used by the BBC

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programme which runs alongside the history project. The tent is up

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again tomorrow ready for old films to spark fresh memories of the past.

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And as I remember those old picture, here is living proof. That QM2

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isn't this weekend it is on Monday morning at 9.15. My fault. Sorry

:26:28.:26:33.

about that. Now a recap. The bodies of all four miners trapped

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underground in South Waless have been found. More than one hundred

:26:36.:26:40.

students heading to Lincoln will start their university careers

:26:40.:26:46.

living in portable accommodation. The weather bright and breeze which

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with sunny intervals. Top temperatures 17C On the soufbt the

:26:52.:26:55.

Lincolnshire echo going weekly. Sharon says doesn't have enough

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news for daily so makes sense. I don't buy it any more because it

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has nothing new to say. Another one says there is not enough news to

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fill a daily paper so it will repeat itself. A weekly paper with

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everything in is better. And Emma says I feel sorry for the smaller

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shops that sell papers and the paperboys and girls who will lose

:27:16.:27:21.

income and finally this from Brian who texted in to say I don't buy

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newspapers any more, I read the Mail every morning on the internet.

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That way, I don't have to get the car out, so I don't have to pay for

:27:30.:27:36.

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