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Good evening. Welcome to Look North. The headlines:

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Lincolnshire's chief scone stabl says he can't rule out closing

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police stations as he trying to balance the books.

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If I had a choice, I wouldn't be in the business of closing police

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stations. We have to deal with the reality here.

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The school girls being forced to wear trousers after a ban on skirts.

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I don't think it's right. It will be way to hoot in the summer. Some

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parents have bought the skirts. BAE workers ride through the night

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to the Conservative conference. Find out if they got to speak to

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the Prime Minister. And the pub in East Yorkshire

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launches the country's first vaping bar to beat the smoking ban.

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A real taste of autumn tomorrow. Much colder and windy. All the

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Lincolnshire's Chief Constable admitted he can't rule out closing

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police stations as part of budget cuts. Both the Lincolnshire and

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Humberside forces need to make savings this year of over �11

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million between them. One idea being trialled in Spalding to

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reduce costs is the temporary closures of town's custody suites.

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The move away from traditional police buildings has the backing of

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the Government. On a Saturday night, Spalding's

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custody suite has been known to hold two prisoners to a cell. But

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for now, it stands empty. Closed. The latest casualty in place --

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police spending cuts. But that's not a problem according to the

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policing Minister. I don't have an attach ment to old buildings who

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may be visited by a handful of people every day. I have a strong

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aFatchment to the high visibility of police. If they set up shop,

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sharing premises with the community. Visiting superrpblts markets they

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can see thousands of people during the day. Offenders in Spalding will

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be escorted 15 miles to Boston F there's no room at the inn there,

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they'll be taken to Grantham, another 32 miles away. That's a

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real worry to pub landlord Peter Williams. On occasion, the police

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say, peat er, calm things down, the cells are full. We can't take any

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more. What problems can that cause for you? No police on the street.

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It will take two police officers to transport one person to Boston or

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Grantham. It will be at least a two hour round trip. Saving money is a

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top triert for police forces. In this financial year, Humberside

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Police is aiming to save �5 million. That will include 142 job cuts.

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Lincolnshire is cutting �6.7 million and 160 posts. Both forces

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say they are belt-tightening. Lincolnshire's aiming to recruit 50

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exca voluntary -- extra voluntary special constables. Both say they

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are looking at the way the public get to talk to officers face-to-

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face. How do the community feel about their bobbies being based in

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the supermarket? Rpblgts very good. They are utilised the light ing,

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heat and rates of the super market. Plus they are more visible and

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accessible. It is more ridiculous. They are better off having the

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police station. It is difficult to cut back. If you're going to cut

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back on the police it affects everybody. Like it or not, these

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cuts are coming and are proving a challenge to chief constables

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across the country. Earlier, I spoke to Lincolnshire's

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chief scone tabl Richard com -- constable Richard Crompton. I asked

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him if any police stations are likely to close because of the

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cuts? Anything's possible. I was reported in the national press over

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the weekend talking about the national position. All chiefs in

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all authorities across the country are having to make difficult

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decisions. Some have already made decisions on police station

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closures. In Lincolnshire, our Police Authority will consider the

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issue later on in this month. But, in our conversations to date,

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they've made some principles pretty clear. They value very highly the

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local accessibility and con tact people have with us. Is it right

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you want to see people in supermarkets than police station

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sns There are new ways we can get police officers more visible and

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more accessible to people. Supermarkets is certainly one area

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I'd be very happy to explore. you rather see a place man in the

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supermarket than in a police station? Look, if I had a choice,

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Peter, I wouldn't be in the business of closing police stations.

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We have to deal with the reality here. If the Police Authority do

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need to reduce our number of police stations, and we have over 5 50, we

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would not be talking about the larger Motherwell known police

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stations. How many of that 52 are we talking about? I'm not going to

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second guess the Police Authority's decision. I can tell you they've

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made it very clear to me in conversations to date if they do

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take a decision to reduce the number, that would only be after a

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lot of consultation with the local community but number two and most

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importantly, they would have to be convinced there was a viable

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alternative and that brings us into the area of supermarkets, libraries,

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Post Offices, a viable alternative in place before a station or an

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office was closed. You're shutting the custody suite at Spalding for a

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trial period with those arrested taking to Boston. What saving will

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that make? It is more about the fleeing up of police officer

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numbers. At the moment, with the five custody stations that we have,

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unfortunately, we frequently have to bring in uniformed searchants

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who should be out on patrol to help staff up the custody centres by

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reducing it by one, I will reduce that burden. That will have the

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impact of keeping more police officers and supervisery officers

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out on the streets. What else up your sleeve to save money? The

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police are going on Twitter. Is that to make us think the police

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are there when they're not? Absolutely not. I think it is just

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a really useful way of making us easier for certain people to

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contact. People who are used to using social media. They contact me

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and my officers all of the time. It allows us to get out messages about

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crime prevention, criminals we are looking for. It has a really

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practical, positive effect, it also helps provide a human face to

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policing. Chief Constable, thank you for talking to us tonight.

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Let's open this open. How would you feel if your local police station

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was to shut? Would you welcome officers being base in the

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different places like supermarkets instead of traditional police

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buildings. Your thoughts on this buildings. Your thoughts on this

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In a moment, village ers in Lincoln are plunged into darkness by cable

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thieves using a dinghy to move their stolen goods.

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Girls at a North East Lincolnshire school are to be banned from

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wearing skirts. Pupils at Tollbar Academy near Grimsby will have to

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wear trousers from January after some were caught wearing skirts too

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short. The decision's left some parents unhappy at the prospect of

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having to kit out their daughters in new clothes. Nch

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The weekly uniform watch won't look like this for much longer. From

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next year, there will only be trousers on Wendy Reeves' washing

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line. I've bought my girls two sets of skirts for school hopefully to

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last them a year but now I've to go out and buy them trousers and socks.

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The uniform rules here at Tollbar state skirts can be no shorter than

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5cms above the knee. The school says girls ignore the rule or

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parents find it difficult to find skirts long enough. So they've been

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banned. Up until now, girls could choose between trousers are skirts.

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Some are not happy about the changes. We don't think it is fair.

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In the summer, it is rather warm at times. It is a waste of money. It

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is against our freedom to wear what we want. The academy say if it is

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choice the students want they can choose a new school. Young ladies

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and very short skirts so we've been trying to address it. It hasn't

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proven successful. They are finding difficulty acquiring the right

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length of skirt. The skirt ban will be introduced at Tollbar sister

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school Cleethorpes academy. It is not just here uniform's causing

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controversy. Skirts were banned at St Aidan's in North Yorkshire.

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Kingswood also had rules tightened. This this boy wore a skirt when his

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school banned shorts for buys boys. Some say Tollbar's new rule is

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unfair. To put an extra cost on is bonkers. If griplsqi town changed

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their football top in the middle of a season, fans would be in up roar.

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It is like a money-making scheme. Despite the backlash, Tollbar won't

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change its position and is showing pupils here just who wears the

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trousers. Alice Robinson is from the

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Association of Teachers and Lecturers. She told me schools have

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the right to enforce their own rules.

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Every school has its own responsibility to ensure they have

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a uniform code and behaviour policies. And that they stick to it.

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The Chief Executive of the academy says it is health and safety? Have

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you heard that before? I've never heard it in this respect before.

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You can't trip over a short skirt? They might get cold in a cold

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winter but never come across any use of this reason before. Is it

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fair enough to say all trousers, no skirts. Is that OK? I would always

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hope schools work with the local community, parents, consult with

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them, about what they feel is the most appropriate uniform within

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that community. It is about ensuring you have the backing and

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support of parents. They are the people buying the uniform.

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teachers care if the pupils are wearing short skirts or trousers?

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It can become an issue. If you're trying to enforce school rules and

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students are repeatedly breaking those rules, it can undermine

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behaviour in other areas as well. There is an issue if a school has a

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poll policy they stick to it. Parents say this decision will be

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costly for them.? Most schools tend to have a handover or changeover

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period when they introduce significant changes to uniform

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introducing the changes by 1st January with a complete

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changeoverst September. It helps parents plan. When their child

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grows out of uniform, they buy the new one without a sudden cut-off

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point. If girls refuse to wear trousers would you be in support of

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them if they are sent home to change?, if the if parents know

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that is the school uniform, we'd expect children to abide by the

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uniform as any other aspect of the school's behaviour policy. Very

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good to talk to you. Thank you. Let's have comments on this one

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from pupils, parents and teachers. What difference will banning skirts

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in school have on behaviour and pupil safety? Do you agree with the

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decision. Get in touch with us. Some more news: A judge called for

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an urgent review of prison security as he jailed an inmate for life

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today for attempting to murder Soham killer Ian Huntley. Damien

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Fokes pleaded guilty to slashing Huntley's throat in March. He admit

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the manslaughter of child killer Colin Hatch who was stronged at

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Full Sutton Prison in February. �300,000 of taxpayers money could

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be used to bail out the red line quarter in Spalding. It opened in

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April designed to support local produce. Only three of the units

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have been let. South Holland district is being asked for the

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money to clear operator's debts. Money is owing to local businesses

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which is why the District Council is keen to bail them out. I

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appreciate the community interest company will give us the

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opportunity by bailing them out to stat afresh with a new company and

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go along with our original aim and vision for a food Heritage centre.

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The time is nearly a quarter to seven. BAE workers whose jobs are

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under threat cycled through the night to get to the Conservative

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conference. And the East Yorkshire pub getting around the Government

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Tonight's photograph... Thinking very much. That a sunrise. Another

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picture tomorrow night at around the same time stomach good evening,

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thank you to everyone he told me you were being slated on 5 Live! We

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do not know the details, but I enjoyed hearing about it.

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So did die, but it was a load of cobblers! -- so did I.

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No details. Any glossy magazines today?

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No magazines, just the weather Ate cold wind from the West today,

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22 degrees in Bridlington today. Showers on the way. The Ed goes

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back towards the Arctic Circle. -- the air. It does get modified

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across the warm sea but it gives you an idea the wind will be Chile

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tomorrow. Not too bad a day, to 22 degrees. But clouds now invading

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from the West and a cold front is on the way that will introduce cold

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weather tonight and tomorrow. Patchy rain, moving quickly,

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followed by showers towards dawn. Temperatures down to 8, 9 degrees.

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The sun will rise in the morning. - - the sun will rise in the morning

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at 7:12pm. There will be a mixture of sunny spells and scattered

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showers tomorrow. As the day develops, a few showers could be

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heavy with the risk of thunder, but in between showers, dry and bright

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weather as well. It will be a stiff westerly. Look at these top

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temperature. Bridlington today 22 degrees, Tomorrow 14 degrees. A

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significant winter chill to come. Friday looks a bit better. Mostly

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dry with some sunshine. A changeable weekend. A bright start

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on Saturday and possibly patchy This e-mail from a woman who lives

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in Russia, that I watch your weather forecast -- I watch a

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programme every night. I find the programme very instructive and

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interesting! Probably does not understand a word

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of it! We do not understand a word of you!

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See you tomorrow! Good evening, Russia!

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Hundreds of homes have been left without electricity in a village

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near Lincoln today after thieves stole more than a mile of overhead

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power cables. Police say the those responsible were highly organised,

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and they even used a dinghy to cross a stretch of water. Burton

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Waters is the latest place to be hit in the county. Simon Spark has

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spent the day with engineers and shop keepers in Burton Waters, as

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they deal with the effects of the theft.

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Shopkeepers in the village of Burton Waters, were forced to open

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in the dark this morning, without power. The latest victims of a

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series of cable thefts in Lincolnshire. It is very annoying.

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It is more annoying knowing they are not dealt with properly and

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somewhere somebody is buying cables. I had to cancel all my clients, so

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not very good. Over 500 homes were affected, so temporary generators

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had to be brought in to restore power. But the source and scale of

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the problem was no more than a mile away.

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There should be three wires between these poles. They have been chopped.

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Good grief! This is quite heavy copper -- a quite heavy gauge

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copper conductors. About eight spans of cable were

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taken, 2,400 metres in all, but as recently as Monday, the cable had

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been smart watered, giving the police some hope, as did the

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evidence left behind. I found this boat by the lake. They

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rowed across. They had equipment on the other side of the river, and

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made it, came back and wrapped it up. Within an hour.

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In is a very dangerous crime and clearly they know what they are

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doing if they are able to isolate the power, they must have knowledge

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of working with electricity. We are very aware of the incident now and

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we are looking out for suspicious vehicles, we are following up

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several positive lines of inquiry, but the message is that we need

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early reporting of suspicious activity.

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It is estimated this haul alone could be worth over 10,000, but it

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will be a bigger price that we all pay while this sort of crime

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continues. They cycled through the night,

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covering 100 miles, to urge the Prime Minister to fight for their

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jobs. A group of workers from BAE Systems in Brough have taken their

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campaign to save almost 900 jobs at the aircraft factory to the

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Conservative Party conference in Manchester today. Our Political

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Editor, Tim Iredale, has been following their progress. He joins

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us live from the conference tonight. Tim, have the BAE workers had any

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success today? I think in terms of raising

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awareness of their plight, it has been a success. They set off from

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Brough exactly 24 hours ago. They cycled across the Pennines,

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overnight. They took some of their own video footage along the way.

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And they arrived in Manchester early this morning to a warm

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welcome, a windswept -- windswept and tired but determined to have

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their say on the day the Prime Minister made his keynote speech.

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And they had this message for David Cameron.

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I think he does a bit of cycling so if he would like to cycle across to

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Brough, we will talk to him. If not, we will cycle to London. We will

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put as much effort into what we would like him to put the same

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effort into into talking to the BAE bosses to see if anything can be

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done to safeguard any manufacturing jobs at BAE in police macro. -- in

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Brough. Have Conservative ministers offered

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any hope of saving these jobs? Ministers were careful not to offer

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false hope to the workers. Interesting that BAE was not

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mentioned in the speech. By the Defence Secretary Liam Fox or by

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the Prime Minister this afternoon. And as the conference season draws

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to a close tonight, there are growing calls for the BAE jobs

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crisis to be debated in Parliament. And the Tory MP whose constituency

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covers Brough, David Davis, says the government cannot afford to

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ignore these workers. It is already in people's minds and

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the Prime Minister will take it seriously. George Osborne has, we

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talked earlier in the week about Enterprise Zones. Vince Cable I am

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seeing next week, and Alan Johnson will be seeing the national unions

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next week. So there is a lot of attention on this issue, and there

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has to be, because we are fighting against the odds. It will be very

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difficult to pull this off. I think the workers were

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disappointed not to have met the Prime Minister face-to-face, but

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they say they already planning to cycle to Downing Street to lobby

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David Cameron directly. As one of them put it today, at least it will

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be downhill next time. And we will continue to follow that

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story. It was a disappointing night for Scunthorpe United, who were

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knocked out of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy by Oldham Athletic.

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This first half goal was enough to decide the game at Glanford Park.

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The Iron came close on a number of occasions in the second half, but

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couldn't find an equaliser. An East Yorkshire pub is today

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launching what it calls the UK's first 'vaping bar' to help drinkers

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get around the ban on smoking indoors. Vaping is where small

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doses of flavoured nicotine are inhaled through an electronic

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cigarette. Jo Makel has more. Puffing away in a Driffield pub.

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But these people aren't smoking. They're vaping. Landlord Andy

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Walker believes this could help pubs like his that have lost

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customers because of the smoking ban.

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Most licensees around the country agreed there has been a drop in

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trade since it happened and we are trying to offer customers the

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opportunity to come in here, have the smoking experience with a drink

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without braking or oars breaking it. The definition of smoking in the UK

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is the burning of tobacco. There is no tobacco in this and no burning,

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so it is not smoking. So Andy has decided to make it clear to his

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customers that vaping is allowed in his pub. But these converts have

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had mixed responses from other landlords.

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From down on the south coast out -- right up to the top of Scotland, at

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every venue I have been in, once they have realised this is not a

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cigarette and it is legal, I have had no problems. People are not

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used to it. It needs to be made clear it this is not a cigarette.

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And Alan Graystone, from the Hull Licensed Victuallers Association,

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says the look of electronic cigarettes can make it difficult

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for landlords. Other customers who do not know

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about these things will see this man smoking, this electronic

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cigarette, they will not know the difference and they will think, he

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has looked up and nobody is saying nothing. I will light up. So people

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will light up real cigarettes. The Government wants more research

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done on the safety of these products, but until a conclusion is

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reached, it will be down to landlords to decide if vaping is

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allowed. Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines. David Cameron tells the Conservative

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conference that the party will turn this time of challenge into a time

:25:24.:25:26.

of opportunity. Lincolnshire's Chief Constable says

:25:26.:25:29.

he can't rule out closing police stations, as he tries to balance

:25:29.:25:34.

the force's books. Tomorrow's weather: Cold and windy

:25:34.:25:36.

with sunny intervals and scattered showers, locally heavy with the

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risk of thunder. Maximum temperature 14 Celsius.

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Response on the subject of policing. Jess says, an acquaintance of ours

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was arrested for a minor offence requiring two police officers to

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require him to Boston. The officers were told Boston and Grantham were

:25:56.:26:01.

closed and he had to be taken to Skegness, a waste of petrol and the

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time of officers. Peter in Beverly says, it is an

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excellent idea, it just needs to be publicised.

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On the subject of skirts. Alex says, a pair of trousers is under �5. It

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