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The headlines tonight - having to choose between heating and eating.

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Fuel poverty takes its toll on elderly residents. Not just the

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amount that the Bill is, but it means that we've got to cut back on

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our food bills. A late night shopping is dubbed a failure by

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traders who say it's putting them out of pocket. After nearly 120

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years, the first weekly edition of the Lincolnshire Echo goes on sale.

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And the game that has been entertaining crowds for decades

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celebrate its birthday. And milder conditions on the way in the next

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A Lincolnshire couple have told Look North that the rising cost of

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fuel means that they are having to choose between eating or heating

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their home. It comes as a new report suggests that almost 3000

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people will die this winter because -- as a direct result of fuel

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poverty. A household is said to be in fuel poverty when they have to

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spend more than 10 % of their income on keeping warm. It is

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estimated that 18 % of households across the country are in this

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situation. But in parts of Lincolnshire, it is almost double

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that at 35 %. Rising fuel bills mean that 4 million households in

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England now face fuel poverty. The highest number since 1996. 68-year-

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old Isabelle Vint, from Ruskington, has a tough choice to make. Heating

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or eating. We are having to cut back on everything. Not just the

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amount that the fuel bill Innes, but it means we've got to cut back

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on our food bills. Now we've counted the pennies. More than half

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of all households in fuel poverty contain someone over the age of 60.

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Rising prices mean more are experiencing problems. The latest

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figures show gas and electricity bills rose by 18.3 % over the last

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year. Whilst food prices rose by 6% and transport costs by 12.8 %.

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is an absolutely vital issue. week, the government held a summit

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with the big energy providers to talk about what can be done. Their

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message - switch suppliers and save money. He at Age UK's Activity

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Centre in Lincoln, they are learning the computer skills they

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need to shop around for the best energy deal. There were several

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comparison sites you can go on on the internet to find out what

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prices you can get. But few here believe there's much cash to be

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saved. They put a price up once you've changed, it's a waste of

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time. And next year they will put the prices up. You end up paying

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the same any weight. Barry Earnshaw, from Age UK in Lincoln, says the

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government needs to do more. What the government should do is

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actually reinstate the winter fuel allowance, which they have reduced.

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Secondly, which is more radical, is to start to target the winter fuel

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allowance, increase it and targeted on those pensioners who are the

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poorest in society. Last winter, East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

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experienced particularly harsh conditions. This winter, estimates

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suggest that 2700 people across England and Wales will die as a

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A group which advises the government on fuel poverty has

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tonight said that ministers aren't doing enough to address the problem.

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I asked Derek Lickorish, from the Fuel Poverty Advisory Group, to

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give his reaction to the recent report which says that thousands of

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people will die this year if action isn't taken. I think it's a very

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thorough and intellectually rigorous report which should set

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alarm bells ringing loudly. Alarm bells ringing loudly for the

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government? For the government, for suppliers, for the regulator and

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for society as a whole. This report suggests that around 2700 people

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will die this winter because of fuel poverty. What is the

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government doing, because those figures are terrible? I think the

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government should be doing a lot more. The first thing I want the

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government to do is press the suppliers to pay the warm home

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discount to the broader group. That will be customers who are in

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receipt of winter payments. So the government aren't doing enough at

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the moment? Not at the moment. Whilst in 2013 we will have the

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green deal, it is getting to where we are today to 2013. That is the

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challenge. That needs more government effort. In Lincolnshire,

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one in every three households is living in fuel poverty. What do you

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make of that? It shows the Brett and depth of the problem across the

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country are. In Lincoln, it is one of the most severely affected

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places in the UK. But this is not really acceptable in this day and

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age. People dying. These sorts of projected figures for this winter.

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A It is not acceptable, and that's why I would like to see quite a bit

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done. I would like to see the regulator be revisiting the

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possibility of a regulated tariff for customers who don't access the

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market. For many customers, they are over 50 % of them pensioners.

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They are not going to get on the internet and get the best deal.

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They don't necessarily like direct debits. We have to find a way to

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make sure those customers get the best deal, because many of the fuel

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poor will not be on the best deal. The target of eradicating poverty

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for fuel poverty is set at 2016. Is that possible? It's a very faint

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hope. We should identify those we are going to deal with by then and

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get on with it as a matter of urgency. A very emotive issue at

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the moment. I'd like to know what you think of this one. What should

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the government be doing to help tackle fuel poverty, or should the

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energy companies be taking more responsibility? Also, what changes

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would you be making this winter? What do you think about those

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figures, the projected lives being In a moment... She wrote about

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Butlins 25 years ago, now this woman is using her memories to

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A man from Grimsby who was allegedly filmed mistreating his

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dog has appeared before magistrates. 36-year-old Jonathan Bloomfield is

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accused of not taking reasonable care of a Staffordshire bull

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terrier, and causing unnecessary suffering to the animal. The case

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was adjourned until the November 10th and Mr Bloomfield was released

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on bail. A teenager has been given a life sentence for the murder of a

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67-year-old Lincolnshire man. 18- year-old Aiden Jackson will serve a

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minimum of 12 years in jail after killing David Cowley near Sleaford

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last year. Police say the case has affected both families. It's been

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very difficult for the victim's family. They have lost a loved one.

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In Malaysia to the offender, a lot of his very close family members,

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his mother, sisters, have had to come to court and give evidence

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knowing that the evidence could well bring about conviction for

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murder. High-street traders in Lincoln had hoped that it would

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attract thousands more shoppers to the city. But four months after

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being launched, many say that Thursdays late-night shopping has

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flopped. More than a third of the city's businesses have now pulled

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out, with many blaming a lack of shoppers. Closing the door on

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Lincolns late night shopping. 15 weeks since it was launched, many

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say Thursday night shopping has brought little financial gain, with

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extra wage bills even leaving some shops out of pocket. We didn't get

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a very good football. Not many people were interested after 6pm.

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We do get people coming in ban on a 5:30pm, we serve them, but after

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6pm we had nobody. The city's late night shopping was launched in July

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by Lincoln's business improvement group, with 101 stores agreeing to

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open on Thursday night until 8pm. Already, almost 40 of those are

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closing early. Unimpressed, it seems, with an average football on

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a Thursday night of around 1000 shoppers. I thought I'd come and

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have a quick look around the shops but there isn't much to open a toll.

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I'm not impressed. It's a bit rubbish. I've heard a few of the

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shops have pulled out. There's nothing interesting open. In other

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cities late night opening has been more successful. In Leeds, the

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White Rose Centre says 22 % of its Thursday shoppers now arrive after

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6pm. A significant amount, which business leaders in Lincoln believe

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can also be achieved. Yes, it is something that takes time. Sunday

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trading took a long time to get established but now it's a very

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busy day in the city centre. It takes time for people to get used

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to it, to get the confidence and to do something different in terms of

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their normal pattern. More stores, it's thought, will open later

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during the build-up to Christmas. Many will still need convincing

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Plans for a biomass power plant near Brigg have been given the go-

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ahead. The straw-burning station at Scawby Brook will power up to

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65,000 homes. Many residents were against the plant and North

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Lincolnshire councillors initially rejected it. But the Government's

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now backed the application after changes were made to a proposed

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access route. Plans to scrap CCTV in Lincoln city centre have been

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abandoned. The Council says it's still reviewing the service but has

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ruled out the option of closing it down completely. The cameras cost

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nearly �500,000 a year to operate. A council bailout of a Spalding

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shopping centre has been approved. South Holland District Council will

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spend nearly �46,000 on the town's Red Lion quarter. The cash will be

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used to pay off suppliers who are owed money. In the last hour,

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parents of children at a Hull primary school have met their local

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MP to discuss concerns that teachers made negative comments

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about the pupils on the internet. The board of governors at Westcott

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Primary is investigating the claims. Anne Marie Tasker has been in the

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meeting, and joins us from there now. Anne-Marie, what was the mood

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There was a definite sense of anger. Both that there hasn't been a clear

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confirmation of the details of these allegations, and also that

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they feel that the head teacher at the school has an taking more

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responsibility for the actions of her staff. One of the parents said,

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we feel disappointed and let down. That was a sentiment echoed around

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the room. It's been almost two weeks since this incident. Many

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feel that by now there should be answers to their questions.

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parents of West good primary, it was the main topic of conversation

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last Wednesday. Allegations that one of the school's teachers had

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made derogatory remarks about people from East hole. Some parents

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said they'd seen a conversation on Facebook, where they'd described

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people from the area as thick and inbred. Hull City Council says it's

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still investigating the allegations but added that all schools have

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been issued with guidance about the appropriate and responsible use of

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social networking sites, such as Facebook. The school apologised for

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any offence caused. But for parents and their local MP, that is not the

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end of the debate. They want action taken against the teacher allegedly

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involved. Many of the parents also say this has been very awkward for

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their children. One man in the meetings had her son had come home

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and asked what inbred meant. It left some very awkward

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conversations. They also say they are worried that the children

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haven't been told his school what is going on. They are hoping that

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the meeting tonight will help shed light on the subject. No teachers

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have said anything to the parents, nothing. This is what people are

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probably getting Badat, that nothing has been confirmed. --

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getting mad act. If it has one or two bad apples that have performed

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less than professionally, they need to be weeded out quickly and the

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school needs to get back on track. The teachers in question don't care

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enough about the school and about the children that go to the school.

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We need people who care. Obviously some angry parents there. I gather

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there was a lot of support for some other teachers at the school.

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Absolutely. One teacher turned up to the meeting he was applauded for

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attending. She said, I don't want everyone to think we are all the

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same at the school. Many backed that, saying the majority of staff

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they do do an exemplary job. Still ahead... The first weekly edition

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of the Lincolnshire Echo goes on sale. And celebrating the game that

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Tonight photograph is of one of my favourite places. Another picture

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tomorrow night. What a lovely day it's been. On Twitter, excellent

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it's been. On Twitter, excellent blog By Paul Hutchison. Did you

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enjoy that a sage, Peter? I don't think we want to go there at all.

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It's been and gone. If you want to The headline for the next 24 hours

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is not a bad one. Skies will brighten with sunny spells. You can

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see the weather front there which will try to get across as on Sunday.

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Saturday looks nice and fingers crossed we might get away with

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Sunday as well. Tomorrow looks OK as well. Start of the half-term

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holidays so perhaps not too bad. On the satellite picture, a lot of

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clear weather today with a lot of sunshine. Last night that connects

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baby got down to-one Celsius. -- Conigsby. The sun will rise in the

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morning as you can see. It may well start a bit on the cloudy side but

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in general, a lot more clout than today. It should be at Friday and

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as the wind freshens from the south-west, it will reveal sunny

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spells in places. Temperatures to Celsius higher than today so around

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normal for up this time of year. Saturday looks like a lovely day,

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when they but bright. A question mark over Sunday with the risk of

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some showers but eastern areas should be dry. Monday should be dry

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should be dry. Monday should be dry as well. I saw Paul's brick and a

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bargain bin on Sunday. There's a bit of publicity for you! -- book.

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It's been a daily paper since 1893, but today, the very first weekly

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edition of the Lincolnshire Echo has gone on sale. The paper's seen

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a steady decline in sales over the last few years, and says the move

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to a weekly is needed to secure its long term future. It comes after

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the Scunthorpe Telegraph went weekly earlier this year. Here's

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Vanessa Clarke. With 192 pages, the Lincolnshire

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Echo is four times bigger than it was. But it will now be published

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just once a week, and today the new edition hit the shelves for the

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first time. I had mixed reactions this morning. Some people are

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saying it is old news and they will not bother buying it but other

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people are buying it because it is the first edition. It's a new

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chapter for the company who decided to make the change because of

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falling revenue. It is happening to papers all over the country and we

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looked at what we had here and said that so that we could have a strong

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product going forward, we are going weekly. It has made a difference as

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I am reporting football games that happened on Tuesday and it is

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coming out on Thursday. We also have the website as well.

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Lincolnshire Echo has been a daily paper since 1893 when it was on

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sale for just a ha'penny. And throughout the years, the paper has

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kept the people of Lincolnshire up to date, even during the World Wars.

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Today in Lincoln, readers had their first look. I think it is better.

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They used to have a weekly paper where I used to live. I will miss

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the Daily one, I must admit. Now that I am retired I read it every

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morning but everything is in there. By the time you get the news once a

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week, a lot of it is old hat. paper is following the lead of

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others like the Scunthorpe Telegraph which went weekly in

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August. It says its readership has increased since the change. The

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team at the Lincolnshire Echo will be hoping their new paper will do

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just as well. And this might be another story you

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want to have your say on. What do you think of the Lincolnshire Echo

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going weekly? Maybe you have seen the edition today and had agreed.

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There's the email and text details for you now.

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And thank you for getting in touch after we told you about figures

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showing that people living in Lincolnshire are facing some of the

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longest hospital waiting times in the country. It comes as one woman,

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left waiting for more than ten months, says it's like having your

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life on hold. More than 700 people in the county have been on a list

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for over a year. Paul Fields says I have been waiting for an operation

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at Lincoln County Hospital for 14 months already and have been told

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it could be another year before I get the procedure done. I am in

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Thank you for all of those. Children in Hull are getting a

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chance to get hands-on experience which could help them to get jobs

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in the future. A new Skills Academy is designed to give them an insight

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into the building and engineering industries. Several local companies

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are offering expert advice and guidance to a wide range of young

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people. You get to learn a lot of stuff. Getting experience of it.

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is better than being sat in a classroom. You get two more hands-

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on and paint and things. I would like to be an electrician, that's

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the main one for me. It is here for the use of the whole community to

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use the idea is, I used it as they wish, but with the aim of raising

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the skills base and the capacity we have. Memories written of a holiday

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in Skegness 25 years ago have been re-discovered and are now being

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used in a Boston secondary school! Kimberley Alvelda was just 12 years

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old when she wrote about her trip to Butlins back in the 80s. Now a

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teacher, she'd long forgotten about the diaries, until the BBCs

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Domesday Project uncovered them. Simon Spark can explain.

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We live in a fast-moving society, where even the world is at our

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fingertips. The BBC Domesday project is about taking a snapshot

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of how we live now so that it can be recorded and future generations

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can learn from it for ever. It is to be a survey of modern Britain...

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It was launched 25 years ago with 1 million volunteers taking part.

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will use one of these. A video disc. One of the people who put her story

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on one of those video discs was Camberley. Before 1930, but once

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had a fair where the County Hotel is now.

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I chose to do but wins because my grandmother was Billy Butlin's

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cousin. I spoke to her about her memories of Butlins when it was in

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Skegness. Now in 2011, she has seen her work for the first time since

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then on the internet. I was watching the BBC and saw that they

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had uploaded it. I went on line to see if my story was there and it

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was and I was very excited. It took me back to my 12-year-old self.

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Because she is a teacher, C is asking her pupils to do what she

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did. These are wireless and when you move around, it is connected to

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the computer. We have her own phones and black berries and I

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phones. You can still get involved as well. The doomsday clock is

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ticking. You have only tell 31st October until it is locked away

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again. -- Domesday clock. And as Simon says there, you've got until

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the end of the month if you want to get involved. The web address is on

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the screen. For one week only, at bingo halls

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across East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, it's been out with

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legs eleven and two fat ladies and in with number seven Harper

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Beckham! Mecca Bingo is celebrating its 50th birthday, and has created

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some new bingo calls to celebrate. But what is it about the game

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decades. The this week, one of the country's oldest bingo chain

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and we have to celebrate. We have a special game today for the

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customers and that is going back to what we did when we first opened

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the doors. We have bingo lingo updated for the modern reader.

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Recently, it is winners of the National Lottery which have

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snatched a big cash wins. This couple from East Yorkshire won over

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�2 million. That is 1000 times more than most Bingo jackpot. What keeps

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the punters coming? It is not so much the winning, which we all like

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to do, but it is the social aspect. We come several days a week and we

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have different friends with is a very day. I bet we have lost more

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than we won but it is a day out. gives me something to do. Some

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people in here take the game very seriously. One person has won

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�50,000 today and �2,000 last week but they would not talk to his

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first here people might see and they would have to share their

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winnings. From bouncing bowls to a high-tech

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operation, bingo has moved with the times. This man was the runner-up

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in the bingo caller of the Year competition. He says it is a very

:25:28.:25:33.

competitive affair. You're trying to pick up on things and listen to

:25:33.:25:40.

things but it is about all round entertaining. The job of bingo

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calling us for some, a pastime for later in life, after retirement.

:25:46.:25:51.

You will have to bear with me on this because this is a first for me.

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Don't give up the day-job! He did all right. I am getting the hang of

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it. He has a long way to go. Top of the shop, 90. He did good. He's

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fired, you had it, Gary. Good job for my retirement. Don't say next

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week, please! Let's get a recap of the national and regional headlines.

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Celebrations erupt in Libya after Colonel Gaddafi is shot dead.

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Having to choose between heating and eating - fuel poverty takes its

:26:28.:26:33.

toll on elderly residents. Tomorrow's weather. A cloudy damp

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start, becoming dry with sunny intervals. Top temperature 14

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Celsius. Responses coming in on the subject of fuel and this winter.

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Judy says it is not just the elderly who are finding the cost of

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heating bad. They get help but I don't and I suffer from rheumatoid

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arthritis and if I am not war may suffer. Another says the Government

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should make companies pay back profits to low pay bill payers an

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increase benefits to the second disabled. Adams says it is cold but

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have people not heard of jumpers? Hilary says the key word is target.

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Many people with generous pensions get this payment. I gave 90 charity

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last year. Finally, it is not just pensioners who need help. Energy

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