25/10/2011 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


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The airlines at this evening. -- headlines. Why or half of the

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region's Conservative MPs rebelled over the European Union.

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We need a sensible, clear decision from Parliament.

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He a died attempting to help a motorist. Tributes paid to the East

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Yorkshire police officer described as the ultimate professional. And I

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am at the pub trial in a new alcohol breath tester.

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And the residents helping to maintain Woodhall Spa's perfect

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image. Some sunshine on the way tomorrow.

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We are not going away. The words of the campaigners from Grimsby who

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are calling for a referendum on the future membership of the European

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Union. Seven MPs from East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire rebelled

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against their party leadership in a last night's parliamentary vote. A

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clear majority rejected the motion. But those who want to break away

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from Brussels insist they are not giving up the fight. They say that

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they are down but not out. Anti- European union campaigners meeting

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today to plan their next move. MPs rejected calls for a referendum on

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our future membership of the European Union.

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This shows a huge division. Our politicians are letting us down

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badly. Seven MPs from the region voted for

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a referendum in clear-cut defiance of their party leaders. They

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included David Davis, Edward Leigh, Carol McCartney, and Martin backers.

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Labour's watch -- Austin Mitchell also supported calls for a

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referendum. We are being forced to vote against

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a referendum. An abomination of democracy.

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

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in the country. They blame European policy for the demise of a once

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mighty fishing fleet. The EU is stopping places like

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Whitby from having a fishing industry.

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Yet a Grimsby smoked fish has been given at the same geographical

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protected status as Parma ham. We are pleased. Although we got

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this from Europe are we did expect a little bit more help however from

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the national government and that has not been helped -- for coming.

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So it says a lot that we had to go to Europe to get this recognition.

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Opinion polls suggest that 68% support a referendum. The issue

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looks certain to remain on the political radar for some time to

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come. Earlier I spoke to the political commentator and former

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Conservative MP, Michael Brown. I asked if he thought this was the

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end of the line for the referendum rebels.

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Of course not. There were six rebels in Europe a year. -- in the

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you're area. They will not give up easily. The subject is clearly

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exercising the people of this country. We will hear a lot more

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about it. But it has not done these

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Conservative MPs any favours. Willett count against them?

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A government whip in the 1990s once told me that there was nothing he

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wanted from me, no threats they could make against him, and that he

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would represent his constituents. - - I once told a government whip. I

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suspect that is what the MPs in your region are saying.

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Hull and Grimsby were devastated by a EU attacks on fisheries, and the

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steel industry. So it has had a huge impact in terms of free trade

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and poor development. -- port development. I tend to agree with

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many local MPs who would say that. Are you surprised that the strength

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of feeling is so high? I am surprised that as a

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consequence of David Cameron issuing threats and intimidation

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that members of parliament turned around and said no, we take our

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orders and our three-line whip from Our voters. Not from Downing Street.

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That is good for democracy. I hope that David Cameron will learn the

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lessons. People like Martin backers, Andrew Purcell, new members of

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parliament, they are not to be trifled with. -- Andrew Vickers. If

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David Cameron has sensual recognise that he is only Prime Minister so

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long as his MPs maintain their seats.

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A significant response after the programme yesterday. One reviewer

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If you want to get in touch there are the details on screen. In a

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moment, on tonight's programme: tougher penalties for fly tippers.

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The Chief Constable of West Yorkshire has been paying tribute

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to PC Mark Goodlad, killed on the M1 last night. The 41-year-old from

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East Yorkshire walked as a traffic officer for the West Yorkshire

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force. He was struck by a lorry as he helped a woman motorist who had

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broken down. He was just doing his job. Helping a driver in trouble on

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this busy stretch of motorway when he was hit by a lorry and killed.

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He was a stellar professional. I would like to pay tribute. He paid

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the ultimate price. People in the town are saddened by

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his death. It must be horrendous for his wife

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and children. Was it the driver paying attention?

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That needs to be looked into. People have also been paying

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tribute online. Mark was on the hard shoulder when he died. It was

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a routine a job which ended shockingly.

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It is a rare event. Motorways are generally safe but when an accident

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does happen it is significant. His colleagues must deal with the

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loss of a friend and the incident itself. They do that in a very

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professional manager of -- Manor. Our correspondent is close to the

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scene of the accident. What is the latest?

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Police are questioning a 44-year- old lorry driver but this is a

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difficult day for the force of. Their grieving for a friend as well

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as investigating his death. This afternoon, emotional colleagues

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came to this approach to lay floral tributes to their friend. -- this

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bridge. But this was a tragic crash that could have happened to any of

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Efforts to raise money to pay for Lincoln's first purpose-built

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mosque will begin today after provisional approval was granted at

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a meeting last night. This former of day they will be transformed

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into a supermarket and Moscow. Muslim leaders claim it will take

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at least two days to build. -- supermarket and mosque.

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If this is achieved it is a great thing for the City and the Muslim

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community. Retailers and Hull are taking legal

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advice after 100 retailers and the City claimed that Hull Bid,

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designed to promote business, is expensive. But the majority of

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leaders polled were in favour of 519 tons of rubbish was dumped

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illegally in the City last year. That is the equivalent of 100

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African element -- elephants. It has cost the council �145,000 to

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clear up. A crack down on offenders was launched today and culprits

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were warned that they could face up It was to make a dramatic point.

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The fridges and beds were found on the streets of Hull yesterday and

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brought here today to illustrate a growing problem and mark the

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council's biggest campaign yet against illegal fly-tipping. This

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rubbish doesn't get dumped out of the way, it gets dumped everywhere.

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It is not out of the way. These people who don't pick could not

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care less where it is. They will dump it wherever. These are the

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offenders the council are trying to catch. Filmed by cameras in Hull,

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they are caught dumping fridges. They were traced and were fined

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�300. It kills the areas around. It brings down the general feeling of

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well-being for towards an area, it brings down the prices of homes and

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makes areas more prone to things like crime. Humberside Fire Service

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says at this time of year they deal with around one incident and night

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where dumped rubbish has been set on fire. This man was again caught

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by security cameras, he took was prosecuted and fined. A somebody

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will set fire to it. Obviously, we get called to attend it. That puts

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a massive drain on resources. A a special team has been established

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by the council to deal with fly- tipping. This load of asbestos was

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collected by them yesterday. Locals say it has become a regular dumping

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ground. When it has been raining and then it goes dry, the smell is

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atrocious. That is causing bats. They are getting into the gardens,

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too. Those caught fly-tipping could face fines of up to �50,000 or five

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years in prison. This man could have avoided court proceedings by

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calling the council. They collect unwanted household items free of

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charge. Still to come: The pub by allowing

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customers to take a breath test before deciding whether to drive

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home. And we meet the people helping to

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maintain Woodhall Spa's picture- postcard image.

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Do not miss that. Tonight's picture the director was so excited by we

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got to match of the stormy weather. That was taken by Richard button.

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I saw Peter in a charity shop at the weekend. I hope it wasn't an

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expensive gift! Thank you for that. You are not

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getting in now. We will get more of mac sunshine

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tomorrow. It will be mostly dry with sunny spells. We are looking

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at one or two showers. Today, this is the radar sequence from a this

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afternoon. It is mostly dry. This area of showers has been pushed up.

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The yellow and the green as show where their heaviest area was.

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There will be further showers at times. They will become generally

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dry by dawn. Temperatures will drop down to single figures for some of

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us. It will be about eight degrees. Look at the Sun-Times tomorrow. It

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will rise at 7:50am. Tomorrow are it will be cooler start than this

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morning. There will be variable amounts of cloud and decent amount

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of sunshine. For most of us, it will be a dry day but come the

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afternoon, you could catch the odd shower. That is particularly for

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all western parts. Able stake dry and fine for most of us. It will

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feel pleasant in the sunshine. -- it will stay dry. There will be a

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gentle breeze from the south. Thursday will be cloudy. There will

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be bands of rain. The sunshine Any present you might have been

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getting has just gone out of the window!

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Do-it-yourself breathalyser machine is being trialled by a pub in Hull

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with the aim of helping people to decide whether they are safe to

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drive home. The Old Zoological on Princes Avenue is the first pub in

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the city to install the machine. The police say they are concerned

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it could encourage more people to risk a drinking and driving. Our

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reporter has been following the debate.

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A gimmick or a life-saving gadget? Put in a PoW and, breathing to a

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straw and this tester will tell you whether you are over the limit.

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Those backing it say it is perfect if you are deciding whether one

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drink was one too many or if you are picking the car up the next

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morning after a heavy night out. do not close the pub until 1am at

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the weekend. People do leave their cars. When they come back the next

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morning, people tend to get caught. About 10 years ago I lost my

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licence for being one pint over the limit the day after recession. I

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lost my job, my flat, pretty much everything. It would be good to

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walk into a pub and test myself will stop there is a testing it

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admit it is not an absolute guide and crucially the police remained

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convinced -- the main need to be convinced. Can you trust them? I am

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not sure. If you need to be tested, you have drunk too much. Today,

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drink-drive victim Stephen Meara- Blount has been assisting its worth.

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His brother was killed by a drunk driver five years ago while Stephen

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was seriously injured. If it was police operated then it would be

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accurate and I think if you are just going for one and you took

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that test I would think that would be a good idea. But these way you

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pay �1, I do not think you should trust them. A the fear from the

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authorities is a publisher live there -- a pub breathalysers catch

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us on, more people will risk drinking before driving. That is a

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message they would rather not send. Far Crispin is live at the pub

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right now. This machine is designed to give people the chance to make

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an informed decision. What has been the reaction?

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You know what it is like. If you are pulling a pint, you get to the

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gossip. Customers like the idea of being able to gauge how much they

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have had to drink. Something good is a gimmick and there is a split

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over whether you use it to determine whether you should drink

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and then drive. It might stop a few people. They

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might leave their keys behind the bar. He is a good idea. It gives

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you a bit of advice will stop it is irrespective of the Police's

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decision and there breathalyser. would have to be in a Dieppe to go

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by it entirely. I am sure you will find people use it to have won they

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would not have done normally. As you know, the advice from the

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authorities is if you are going to drive, you need to have something

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soft to stay safe. What do you think about this? Would

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a breath-test machine in a pub help you to stay on the right side of

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the law or maybe it is time to put a stop to drinking and driving all

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together? Your thoughts on this. If together? Your thoughts on this. If

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you want to e-mail as... You can There will be a minute's silence in

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memory of the North Lincolnshire boy Jack Marshall before the start

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of Scunthorpe United's home game tonight. Six-year-old Jack died

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from a rare brain it too much almost two weeks ago. If you cannot

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make it to the game, you can listen to the coverage on BBC Radio

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Humberside's Sportstalk. The match kicks off at 7:45pm.

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He is only 16 but already a young tennis player from East Yorkshire

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is one of the rising stars of the game. Kyle Edmund from Tickton has

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just won the Junior Davis Cup. He has reached the semi-final of the

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boys' competition at the US Open. Our sports reporter has been at to

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see him. He might be just 16 but 2011 has

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given Carlisle a taste of the big time. Based at the National Tennis

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Centre in its London, the junior is the second best for his age in the

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world. He reached the US Open semi- final. That has given him the

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confidence to believe he cannot take a major crime. The ultimate

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highlight would be getting to the junior semi-finals. I did not

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expect to get that far. At the same time, I always knew, the way my

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training went, I had the capability to get their. Cail, began playing

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at 10, left home three years later to board at a sports complex. Along

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the way, he has knocked along with influential people like Rafa Nadal,

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all the time improving. He has a fantastic attitude towards his

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tennis. He is very hard-working and conscientious. It is a long journey.

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I think my mum is the worst. Dad is very much... It is good for his

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learning, get on with it. Mum a panics, naturally. While we were

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filming, a passing former Grand Slam player offered his opinion.

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is good. This will be Carlisle's home, college and playing fields

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for the next two years. If he shows the same progress he has this year,

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he could have a very successful future.

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Good luck to him. It is a village with four hotels, avenues instead

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of streets and a kinema instead of a cinema. Now, to add to a long

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list of accolades, Woodhall Spa has been named as the best-kept village

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in Lincolnshire. Simon Spark has been to find out what makes the

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village and its community so special.

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What is it that makes one village stand out from the others? Is it a

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perfectly trimmed hedge? A wonderfully manicured lawn? Or is

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it members of the community? legs are the village. These are

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some of my best legs. My Union Jack legs. If I do not wear my legs, it

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upsets the village. We are here to find out how they have managed to

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become a this year's best-kept village in Lincolnshire. If this

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little lot are going to tell us why they think they have the truth mac.

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-- won. We have florist, teashops. For all this village, we have no at

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MTB tell you it's. That is why we have won the competition. Jubilee

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Park is the jewel in the crown for this area. We have croquet, tennis,

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we have the cricket club. The soaring well, too. We are

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reconstructing it. -- swimming-pool, to. Then there is this - Kinema In

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The Woods. We are here at Kinema In The Woods. It is a big part of

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Woodhall Spa. It has been here since 1922 as a cinema. The

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building dates back to the 19 hundreds. It is well known.

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Becoming best-kept village means we can at St thank you to all those

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volunteers who give up their time, not just for the residents but for

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the many, many visitors who come here and enjoy it. I would like to

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thank you Liz and her legs. Come and see us in concert, it will be

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fantastic. �4. Thank you. Well done to them. But time is

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7:55pm. Let us have a recap of the headlines will stop David Cameron

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insists there is no bad blood after the EU rebellion by his own MPs.

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Campaigners from Grimsby say they will continue the fight for a

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referendum. If there will be a damp start

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tomorrow but it will brighten up. Top temperature of 16 degrees.

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E-mails coming in on the subject of the breath-test machine. Kevin says,

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I believe in none of for the road. A breath-test machine encourages

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drinking and driving. Sarah says it encourages people to

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push the boundaries. No drinks if you're driving.

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On Twitter, breath machines in pubs encourage be irresponsible people

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to drink up to the limit. I am totally against this practice.

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