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

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Hospital staff in Hull are given an extra day off for getting the flu

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jab. I am trying to thank staff for taking that right decision.

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The council flights abroad which cost Lincolnshire taxpayers almost

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�43,000. Charity shops hit back over claims

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town centres would be improved if some of them were to close. Quite

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often, once we have opened our shops, independents come in,

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they're like the fact that we bring in extra foot fault.

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And 100 years after Houdini came to Hull, we find out if this man can

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recreate his famous tricks. Will it be any better tomorrow? I

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will have the forecast later. It's a jab offered every winter to

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certain groups of people - those over 65, people with serious health

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conditions, pregnant women, and health workers. And for hospital

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staff in Hull, if they choose to get the flu jab, this year they'll

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also get an extra day off work. It's an idea that's come from the

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Hull and East Yorkshire NHS Trust, to try and encourage more of their

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workers to protect themselves from the virus. With 8,000 employees,

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that could mean an extra 8,000 days off, as Gemma Dawson reports.

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Preparing to have the flu jab. Jon Leyne Wedd said Castle Hill

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Hospital and will get an extra day off for having the vaccine. -- Je

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one works at Castle Hill Hospital. That is the bonus, but it is for

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protection rather than getting the day off. Be able do not want flu.

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If you are more informed, they want to protect patients. -- people do

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now -- people do not want flu. hospital trust employees Nevin and

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1,000 employees. 3,000 have had the vaccination so far this year.

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Hospital bosses denied they are bribing staff to have the job.

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trying to thank staff for taking that decision to do the right thing.

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It works out for those that if a member of staff is off with flu, it

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is four or five days. It is more economical for them to have the flu

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jab. At this Lincoln surgery, Charlotte is having a flu jab for

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the first time. She is pregnant, which is one of the other high risk

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groups. I want to protect myself so there is no risk of me going into

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hospital whilst I am pregnant. is what Charlotte is protecting

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herself from. As well as pregnant women, the NHS recommends people

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over 65, those with serious health conditions and health workers

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should all have the vaccine. Hospital bosses back in Hull will

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have to see if offering an extra day off in exchange for the flu

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jabs saves them money. And Ray Gray from the area's UNISON

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Union is in the studio for us now. This is difficult? It is. I

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appreciate what they are trying to achieve. The more people who have

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the flu jab, the less chance of infection spreading and less people

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going off sick, but we think giving a day's clear is too much. 8,000

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staff could be 8,000 days off. The Trust is trying to save money. Is

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it wise? They have got to claw back �95 million over the next five

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years. This could cost a lot of money. There are other ways to

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reward staff. We think it has gone too far. If they will take fewer

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days off having sick leave, that is a good thing. I do not dispute that,

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but they rap other ways of rewarding staff. Do medical staff

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made an incentive to protect themselves? Why do they not just do

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it anyway? It needs to be voluntary. Not all staff will volunteer to do

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it. I think the idea of an incentive that is good, but the

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incentive itself I have a problem with. It is obviously working

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because more people are coming forward. Yes, it is working. I do

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not think the incentive idea is wrong, but we think the incentive

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could be easier. What is the other way you were hinting at? Other ways

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they could have rewarded staff is by giving them vouchers, giving

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them some extra money. There is other ways they could have done it.

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As well as a person be enough, they have to be replaced at work. Given

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a voucher is the same. It is a lot cheaper than a day's LEA. What do

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things staff are thinking? -- cheaper than a day's leap. There

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really are mixed views. Thank-you very much. It is interesting. Let

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me know your thoughts. To support the idea? -- do you support the

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idea? Do you think it will mean fewer sick days? Is it a bit of a

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In a moment: It's coming up this weekend, but these haunting

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costumes are not just for Halloween. A man's been arrested after an

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incident reportedly involving a crossbow in Lincoln. A section of

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Goldsmith Walk was cordoned off earlier today, after reports of a

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weapon being fired from an upstairs window. Noone's been injured.

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A body's been found on playing fields near Gainsborough.

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Lincolnshire Police were called to Willingham by Stow around 9.30 this

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morning. 85 posts are under threat at Hull

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College after cuts to its funding. An appeal's been made for

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volunteers, but compulsory redundancies haven't been ruled out.

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The group, which runs sites in Hull, Goole and Harrogate, employs 2,000

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people. Lincolnshire County Council says

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it's tightened its rules after tens of thousands of pounds were spent

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by staff on overseas flights. New figures have revealed more than

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�42,000 has been spent on overseas travel over the last two years,

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more than any other authority in the Midlands. On one occasion, more

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than �6,000 was spent on a trip to America. Siobhan Robbins reports.

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This was the reaction when Lincolnshire County Council

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announced it was having to cut millions of pounds from its budget

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earlier this year. Day centres like this one in Grantham could see it

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severs is reduced. So news that ten of thousands has been spent by the

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council on flights hasn't been well-received. Those people are

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there to represent us. Between 2009 and 2011, Lincolnshire

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County Council spent �42,000 on flights, the highest amount in the

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That includes a �6,000 business class trip to the USA. All this at

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a council which now has to save �125 million in the next four years.

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It is an abuse. That individual is no longer with theirs. I cannot

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justify it. I would not attempt to drive. Sadly, people do abuse

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positions of trust and that is what happened here. We started when we

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found out that we have rules in place to make sure these things do

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not happen again. Tokoyo, New Zealand and Canada were

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also on the list of buiness or world class destinations. The group

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behind the research says authorities need to be more frugal.

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When there is not much money, do not travel business-class. Look for

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the best deal, and if possible, do not take the flight.

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Council leaders say the system's been tightened up to stop further

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abuse, but it's little comfort to those who's services may be cut.

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Why was it allowed to go on for two years?

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Workers at BAE systems in Brough have staged a protest today against

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the loss of up to 900 jobs. Union members binned company "fair play"

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leaflets outside the main plant, claiming that BAE had treated staff

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badly in it's handling of the announcement. - - its handling. The

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focus now is whether the site itself can be saved. We will carry

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on pushing and saying they should be work coming on this site. We

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have the work force and the capability, and the right sort of

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people who can build anything. This facility is fantastic. We do not

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want to lose it. We will keep pushing the company to put work on

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this site. We will continue to follow that story.

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Lincolnshire's famous Vulcan is being honoured this evening as one

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of the UKs best engineering achievements. The bomber was a

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familiar sight in the county's skies during the Cold War. It joins

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the likes of Tower Bridge and the Channel Tunnel in getting the

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Engineering Heritage Award. Shoppers and businesses in Lincoln

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have called plans to route more trains through the city centre as

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"ridiculous." This is currently the scene in Lincoln for up to 40

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minutes an hour, as the level crossing shuts to allow trains

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through. But now, because of work elsewhere on the rail network, an

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extra 42 trains will also be routed through Lincoln. It will happen for

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the next three Saturdays. It means the barriers could close for up to

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90 times a day. On this I'm joined from Lincoln by David Mitchell,

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who's the secretary of the Lincoln small business action group. David,

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good evening. A barriers be insured for up to 90 times a day. What

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impact could this have on the city centre? Good evening, Peter. First

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and foremost, they are being shut for the next four weekend. They

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will be 80 trains going through when you include the local services

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and the 42 diverted trains. We also have major roadworks in Lincoln.

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The City has been gridlocked since last Friday. It is going to be

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disastrous. This work has to be done. A few mutterings through

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Lincoln, are you worrying it will affect businesses -- a few more

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trains through Lincoln. I am also concerned about passengers, people

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who will be taken from Lincoln to Newark Castle, taken on a bus to

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new work Northgate, then get a train to London, which will come

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back to Lincoln. We know what a lovely city it is, but people do

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not want to see it two or three times. I came on Saturday from

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Doncaster on a journey which took two hours. There was a family with

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a two-year-old boy, and they had been travelling since half past two.

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If these trends were not going straight through, you would change

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your true. -- trains. If a few were stopping, they would be bringing

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people and I would change my train, yes. When I spoke to you at

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lunchtime, the gentleman from the council was excellent. He said they

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possibly would not have done the road works at the same time as the

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rail works. There is no co- ordination at all. Here at Lincoln

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Central Station, to their shame, they have not even got a poster

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warning people that they could get to court abandoned. We are second

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rate here. I said at lunch time we are bottom of the dustbin.

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Mitchell, thank you. Another one you might want to comment on.

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Still ahead tonight: Calls to cap the number of charity shops on the

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high street. And he was the world's most famous

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escapologist who visited Hull 100 Tonight photograph was taken of a

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flock of geese at Witton in of Lincolnshire. A stunning picture.

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It's now time for the weather. you have a nice lunch time? Dave

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spotted you looking at a bigger book about airplanes. When is he

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back? It can't be too soon for me! You can't do a single things -- a

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Mist is going to clear first thing tomorrow and will see plenty of

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sunshine. It is not going to be a breezy day at all. All the cloud

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we've had, it has been given as spots of rain. It won't be long

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before the rain clears out into the North Sea and the cloud will break

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as well. We will have light winds and clear skies overnight. This is

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a risk of a touch of ground frost across parts of each -- East

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Yorkshire. The sun will rise tomorrow morning at 750 3am and

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will set at 5:36pm. It will be a chilly start tomorrow and there

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will be some dense mist and fog in places. It will list -- lift in the

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morning and the rest of the day will be dry and fine. Light winds,

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variable nature and temperatures are going to be just below average.

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As we head through the weekend, Saturday sees the best of the

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bright this at first but cloud will I showed three pictures or a rather

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than the usual one and that did the damage. See you tomorrow.

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A charity in Lincolnshire has hit back at suggestions that capping

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the number of charity shops would help revitalise town centres.

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Retail expert, Mary Portas, is advising the Government on

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improving our high streets and says that's one way to breathe life into

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them. Across the whole of Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire,

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there are currently 339 charity shops. In Hull city centre alone,

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there are 44, while in Lincoln there are 26. Anne-Marie Tasker

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reports. Lincoln's High Street is home to

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some of the city's 26 charity shops. And they all get a discount in

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their rates, boosting the charity's coffers. But one charity says its

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23 shops in Lincolnshire aren't damaging town centres, but helping

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them. Charity shops bring foot fall into an area that is generally

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quite quiet. We take over units that have been empty for a number

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of months and was the have opened our shops, we have found that other

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independent shops come in. But the role of charity shops is being

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questioned by this retail guru, Mary Portas. I could not imagine

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anybody buying anything of those shelves. She's famous for boosting

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businesses, even charity shops themselves. And now the

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Government's asked her to do the same for the High Street. One of

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her suggestions is capping the number of charity shops to allow

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other businesses to prosper. But do shoppers think it would really make

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a difference? It is a difficult one. Charities need the money anyway. I

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don't really buy into that. I would spend it elsewhere if the charity

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shops did not exist. It helps the local people. But charity shops

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don't seem to be doing any harm here. Louth has 10 of them, but is

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still busy and bustling. And the town centre manager says giving

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other businesses rate relief would be more useful than limiting

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charity shop numbers. That would lead empty units in certain towns.

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That is not getting rid of the problem. We need to look at

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business support for all sectors of businesses. Those that are starting

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up and doing well. That need to be looked at. Another idea is to

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shorten charity shop leases, so towns aren't overrun by them for

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years at a time. But in these hard economic times, not all shoppers

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think that's a bad thing anyway. I'm joined on this now by Tim

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Danaher, the editor of Retail Weekly magazine. Charity shops on

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our high streets keep money in the local economy and often take the

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place of shops which have been standing empty. They're surely a

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good thing for our high streets? Charity shops to a great job but if

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there are too many of them, there's a problem because any high street

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needs a good mix of retailers. The key issue here is that there is not

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a level playing field. If somebody wanted to start a new shop, he has

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to pay the full rates, whereas a charity shop could be run by an

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enormous international organisation like Oxfam and it only has to pay

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20 %. The danger is, if you have lots of charity shops, it might

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reduce the attractiveness of a high street shoppers and get in the way

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of independent businesses run by local people on a commercial basis.

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But if you take away the charity shops, you will have even more

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boarded and vacant shops? But if you create the conditions where

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people can start entrepreneurial retail services. If somebody was

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told, you can have this shop for a few years and pay a fraction of

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business rates, maybe those people may be encouraged to going to those

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empty shops instead. To you think people are scared to say there are

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too many charity shops? Charity shops to a brilliant jobs and there

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are a lot of shops that are unattractive mix on the high street

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but the key thing is having that next. We want a variety of shops

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and our high-street. What can be done to stop the number of boarded-

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up and bacon chops? -- vacant shops? We need to reduce the risk

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and encourage people to be entrepreneurial and help them out

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with a business costs. And this might be another one you

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want to comment on as well. Do you think that too many charity shops

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are bad for the high street? Text and e-mail us in all the usual ways.

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And thanks for your response on the views to the changes to North East

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Lincolnshire's recycling scheme. The council wants to charge �25 a

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year to anyone who's got a brown garden waste bin. The authority

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currently collects 50,000 brown bins. We had an enormous response

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on this. John tweeted, "I thought the council wanted people to

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recycle more! Charging �25 to collect bins is not going to make

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people use them". Trish got in touch with her view. "I think it is

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disgusting, wanting to charge us for recycling our garden waste. The

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council get money from the garden waste we recycle and still want to

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charge us!" And Nathan texted, "Why not use what would go in the brown

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bins as compost? Save yourself a bit of money and grow your own

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veg." Hull City's unbeaten run comes

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under threat this weekend against Nottingham Forest, who haven't lost

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since they changed their manager. The Tigers themselves are unbeaten

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in eight league games following their dramatic win over Watford,

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which included a first goal at the KC for Aaron Mclean. It is good

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form and we need to keep that going. All we can do is worry about

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ourselves. We just need to make sure that we keep the consistency

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and keep the performances and will be fine.

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It all started when a North Lincolnshire woman couldn't find a

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Halloween costume to flatter her curves. But now, Dawn Lancaster

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from Winterton has turned a dress making hobby into a successful

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business. With Halloween and Whitby's Gothic Weekend looming,

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she says she's never been busier. Amanda Thomson has more.

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They look like they've stepped through time, but these gowns have

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been created in a North Lincolnshire conservatory. Dawn

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Lancaster's gowns are all one offs and they can be found at every

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medieval pageant, historical re- enactment and even the famous

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Whitby Gothic, due to take place this weekend. It has been really

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crazy. October is the best month for me but it's the busiest. I am

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constantly sewing and doing stuff. I have been inundated for

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Hallowe'en costumes and Gothic Austens. I have been really busy

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but I have enjoyed every minute of it. What started as a hobby eight

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years ago is now an online business, satisfying a demand for dresses for

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all occasions. I feel really good in it and the fact that nobody else

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will have a dress like this makes me feel better. I phoned me and

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asked her to her and make one for me and raised some money for the

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local castle. It is wonderful and I really feel the part. It is amazing.

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Dawn's now looking forward to the end of October and a well earned

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rest. Amanda Thomson, BBC Look North, at Winterton near Scunthorpe.

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Tonight marks a rather unusual anniversary. It's exactly one

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hundred years to the day since the famous escapologist, Harry Houdini,

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first performed in Hull. He had strong ties to the city, even doing

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one stunt when he jumped, shackled, into the Humber! Tonight, a group

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from the Magic Circle will be attempting to re-create one of his

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famous routines. Simon Spark has the story.

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As far as escapologists go, Houdini is the undisputed icon. But he also

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had strong links with hell. This film even finch -- featured the

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city. The Magic Circle are celebrating 100 years since he came

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last to hell. He started off as a king of cards. It was the

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sensationalism of his escapes. Despite worldwide fame, Harry

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Houdini performed here in Hull five times during his career and each of

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those performances will have been near to where I'm standing now near

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the Palace Theatre. The theatre was demolished in 1966 and it has now

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disappeared into the Deeney style. For tonight's celebration, a modern

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Houdini will himself be challenged to escape Houdini style. He just

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doesn't know what's in store for him yet. Houdini said never get

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into something you can't get out of. That is my motto was well. I am

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really hoping that my skills will rise to the challenge. This is a

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straight jacket used to restrain the criminally insane. I am going

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to be put inside of this and the difficult part is getting out.

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100 years on and Houdini's legacy and association with Hull and as

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tight as ever. -- are as tight. Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines. Relief as European leaders strike a last

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minute deal to tackle the debt crisis.

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And hospital staff in Hull are given an extra day off for getting

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the flu jab. And tomorrow's weather: Mist and

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fog will slowly clear to leave a dry day. Plenty of sunshine, top

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temperatures of 13C. Tracey has said, I work for the NHS

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and do not need -- need in the centre to have a flu jab. If staff

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don't have the flu jab and are off sick, why don't you stop this sick

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pay? Michael says staff should look after their own health. Ryan on

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