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Good evening. The Pilgrim Hospital in build -- in Boston has been

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criticised for the third time in ten months. The latest report

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follows an investigation into standards at the hospital. Hospital

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managers insist that improvements are being made, but the new report

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has made 21 recommendations which the hospital must fulfil or risk

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being fined. With more, here is our correspondent Vicky Johnson.

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The Care Quality Commission first raised its concerns about patient

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care at the Pilgrim Hospital last February. By March they were

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demanding the hospital trust take immediate action to ensure patients

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received the care they need. June saw the CQC launch investigation

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after expressing concerns that the trust had acted with -- had not

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acted with more urgency. Today's report has found a number of areas

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of concern. These include poor quality care and clinical errors

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resulting in complaints and serious incident. The systems for

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monitoring patients' experience were inadequate and staff

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recruitment problems mean that trust was too reliant on locums. Dr

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Andrea Gordon is the regional director of the Care Quality

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Commission. They have started to make some positive improvements but

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they really need to find creative ways of finding out what the

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patient experiences like at that hospital. But the chief executive

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of the United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust, Andrew North, has

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insisted time and time again that improvements are being made.

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remain absolutely focused on improving the quality of service we

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provide. We are moving in the right direction. We need to build on the

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work we have already done. The enormous progress has been made but

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we have always acknowledged that it is a journey of improvement here

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and that we do have more to do. spokesman for the Department of

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Health said to date, sub-standard care will not be tolerated. The CQC

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insists its 21 recommendations must be carried out otherwise the

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hospital could face fines or even service closures.

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Those are the details. This afternoon I spoke to Boston's MP,

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Mark Simmonds, and I asked him why it was taking so long to get the

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problems at the hospital sorted out. Well, I think many of these issues

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are historic and they have been going on for some considerable time,

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but the two key messages I think that come out of this latest CQC

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report are firstly that progress is being made and but secondly there

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is good care taking place in Pilgrim Hospital. The unfortunate

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thing is is -- the unfortunate thing is it's -- is it is not

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universal and there is work to do so it is work in progress. It does

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not seem to be getting much better. You must be hugely concerned.

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concerned. I'm frustrated. There are specific issues that do need

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much greater retention far faster than they have received so far. One

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example is the complaints procedure, which is not up and running as it

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should be. The lessons from complaints from patients and

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patience' families are not being learned and implemented across the

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Pilgrim Hospital and that is a key issue that needs -- that Andrew

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North and his team need to look at quickly. A 21 recommendations,

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three critical reports, shouldn't the government stepped in and take

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control? I am having a meeting with the Secretary of State and with his

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senior officials about Pilgrim Hospital in the next fortnight or

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so and one of the things we will be discussing is exactly what happens

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now. How can we make sure the quality of care that is delivered

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at Pilgrim Hospital is excellent and improve its from the stated is

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at the moment but I must emphasise that is good quality care being

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delivered from Pilgrim Hospital by some very good -- very dedicated

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people, so this is not universal criticism. Are you going to last

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the Dupport of Health to bare their teeth? I am going to discuss with

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the Department of Health what can be done to support the hospital

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trust to make sure that the people who use Pilgrim Hospital, the

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patients and their families, receive the best possible care with

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the resources available and this report yet again demonstrates this

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is not being delivered universally. Bent you very much indeed.

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Mark Simmonds -- thank you very much indeed. Mark Simmonds,

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speaking earlier. Other criticisms in the report, or reports, fare? We

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are interested in your views. If you want to get in touch on the

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subject of the Pilgrim Hospital in We will have more before we finish

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at 7pm. I look forward to hearing from you.

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In a moment on the programme, a big thank you from the Deputy Prime

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Minister to RAF servicemen and women returning home from

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operations in Libya. It is one of the fastest growing

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industries in our area and it has created hundreds of jobs locally.

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Many in the last year alone. But now green energy companies in

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Lincolnshire say all this could be about to be wiped out because of a

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government decision. One firm says it has lost �1 million of business

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in an hour after the government announced it would halve the amount

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of money it gives to householders who generate their own solar

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electricity. At the beginning of last year the solar power industry

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employed just 3,000 people in the UK. There are now nearly 4,000

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companies operating nationwide employing 25,000 people. Our

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environment correspondent Caroline Bilton now reports.

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They have been appearing on moves across the region. In fact

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Lincolnshire has been leading the way when it comes to harnessing the

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power of the sun. In the last year the UK's first major some park

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opened near Louth and in Bardney this fire station became the first

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in the country to open its own solar farm. But it is a momentum

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that has been brought to an abrupt halt and businesses like this one

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in Stow near Lincoln have lost thousands of pounds in business as

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a result. Within the first six hours of these cuts we had about �1

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million wiped off our order book. Julian Patrick has built up his

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business over the past three years. It has been a lucrative one thanks

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to a government initiative that pays people to generate their own

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electricity. But the government has announced its intention to half the

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amount it will pay for that power in the future. At the moment

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householders receive 43.3 pence for every kilowatt-hour of solar

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electricity they provide, which means the system could pay for

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itself within seven years. But under these new proposals that will

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drop to 21 pence per kilowatt hour which will mean that some systems

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will take 16 years to pay for themselves. We knew it was not

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sustainable at the current rate but we saw the cuts were coming in

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April and we had planned for that. A lot of companies, ourselves

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included, have brought to the stock to require -- have bought in the

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stock required for the planning could on the 1st April. We have

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advertised for five jobs but unfortunately there are a lot of

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companies knew it and we aren't they simply will not be able to

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ride this out. There will be a lot of job losses. In a statement the

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climates change and energy minister said that a distinctive new, lower

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tariffs will be a big challenge but it will not come as a surprise to

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many in the solar industry who have themselves acknowledged the big

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fall in costs and the big increase in their rate of return over the

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past year. This is by no means the death of the solar industry but

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there is now a mad rush to install projects before the tariff drops in

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six weeks' time. And when it does it is feared the future may not

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look as bright as it once did for solar.

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Caroline is out in Hull at the moment. What does this mean for

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consumers? Is it still worth investing in this -- in Sola at the

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11th hour? It certainly years and how about this for timing? This

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particular house in Hull behind me as having its panels fitted

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tomorrow, so the householders have been telling me they're incredibly

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relieved. They're going to get the 43.3 pence per kilowatt hour.

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Anybody who has been receiving that will continue to do so. Anybody who

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has their panels fitted before December 12th will get the full

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tariff. It is those fitted after December 12th that will receive the

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reduced tariffs. Does that mean the death of the solar industry? It

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certainly does not. I have spoken to a consultant this evening who

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tells me that basically things are going to slow down a little bit now

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and it will mean that consumers will have to make a longer term

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decision. As I pointed out in my piece, it will be 16 years before

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your panels pay for themselves but your energy bills are not going to

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go down, they will continue to rise and this is one way of controlling

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those energy bills and generating your own electricity. I suppose it

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was good while it lasted, all those who got in, like this house here

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behind me, will be benefiting but that is not to say those in the

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future will not benefit -- will not benefit either, and the best thing

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to do if you want advice is to go to the Energy Saving Trust website

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and they will point you in the right direction.

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He might want to comment on this. I was talking to a lady who in

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Lincolnshire had spent �14,000 having panels fitted on the roof.

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If you have a view, there is the e- Campaigners who claimed that a wind

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farm would be a blot on the Yorkshire Wolds landscape are

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celebrating after the plans were thrown out. East Riding Council has

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rejected the proposal for the turbines at Middleton-on-the-Wolds

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at a meeting this afternoon. The Crewe would now like to see the --

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the No to Wolds Wind Farm Group would like to see the Wolds awarded

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a special status to avoid further development.

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The parliamentary committee has hit out at the handling of the

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Government's's policy over the Gateway Project in Hoare. Some

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families had to stay longer in poor quality houses. The houses in those

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areas have been emptied and boarded up for the large part but there are

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still people left behind, trapped in these areas, living next door to

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because there is not the money to compensate them and there are not

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the new homes to move into. Plans for an Academy at

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Lincolnshire appear to be in disarray after one of the schools

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withdrew from the partnership. The Cordeaux Secondary School and Dowes

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has pulled out of plans to merge with the Monks Dyke Technology

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College and the Tennyson High School -- in Louth. The governors

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at Cordeaux would not be the best interests of the pupils.

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The Lincolnshire based RAF servicemen and women have been

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given a big thank you for their part in the overthrow of the former

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Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi. Military chiefs organised a special

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debrief at RAF Waddington today. They were joined by Nick Clegg, if

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we braced aircrews and support staff who manned operations over

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Libya during the uprising. Recognition from the highest level

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of government. The Deputy Prime Minister came to RAF Waddington and

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Lincolnshire to meet air and ground crew from across the UK. To thank

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them for their hard work and bravery in assisting in the

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production of Libyan civilians and the overthrow of Colonel Gaddafi.

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They are the guardians of freedom who have provided to the Libyan

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people a future of freedom and democracy, and hope that they

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otherwise would not have got and I think it is very fitting that we're

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here to pay tribute to them. At its peak almost 2,500 UK personnel were

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involved in Operation Ellamy flying thousands of sorties. At the heart

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of that operation were a crew from Lincolnshire. It was clear we were

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having an effect helping that. It gave the guys focus, it brings

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their training together rant the operations they have done, so very

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positive and knowing we were fundamental Park was great.

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expected to come to the squadron and do you corporations, look after

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our own area, so straight away my first tour I was out there on an

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operation that our aircraft has been employed in really is fully.

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The operation called on locally based aircraft and a variety of key

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roles. From intelligence gathering by sentry can assent and I learnt

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Nimrod aircraft from RAF Waddington to, to air cover supplied by

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Typhoons from RAF Coningsby and the ground-attack capabilities of the

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Tornados based at RAF Marham in Norfolk. Over the last few months

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we have got used to seeing pictures of Libyan rebels fighting on the

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ground but today's visit by Nick Clegg turns the focus back on to

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the unseen contribution made by UK air crew. It has been very

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successful campaign and of course a great victory for the people of

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Libya. To have the Deputy Prime Minister come to thank everyone

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himself means a great deal. welcome home by the Deputy Prime

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Minister recognises the vital contribution made by UK armed

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forces in Libya's transition from The debrief earlier today at

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Waddington. Thank-you for watching this Thursday. Then to fall on

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messages last night about South Holland District Council trying to

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use their buying power to get residence a discount on energy

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bills. It is one of the first councils to try the idea, and could

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benefit 34,000 households in the area. Just a few messages. Charles

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says, the best deal on Hull is for Still ahead: Compliments to the

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chef. The award-winning the East Yorkshire pub.

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Your dream beach wedding closer to home. Could Cleethorpes beach be

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the perfect place to say, I do? Tonight's picture is of the sunset

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at Barton upon Humber, looking across the Humber to South Ferriby

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Will you be saying, I do, on Cleethorpes beach? You could use

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your bus pass. Nobody is laughing! I will be like

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Michael Winner! I cannot believe I said that.

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You do remind me of him. Let's look at the headlines. Very,

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very unsettled. There will be heavy showers, possibly prolonged with

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the odd crack of thunder. There is an intense area of downpours

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heading for the Wash. It is part of a big system. There is at risk of

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some heavy rain over the next 24 hours. Not everyone will get them.

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We have been tracking an area of thunderstorms that has been working

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up through London and Cambridgeshire, and it is now

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raining hard in Cambridgeshire and across the Wash. It will probably

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clipping to Skegness. It eases the way be fog and next lot comes and

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envelops most of the reason -- most of the region. Temperatures around

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12 Celsius. That is 54 Fahrenheit. The sun will rise at seven there

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7am, setting at 4:22pm. If you are getting married in Cleethorpes

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tomorrow, there is the high water time. A wet start to the day.

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Showers and longer outbreaks of rain. A risk of thunder. That area

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of rain will move away smartly, followed by an improvement. Still

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risk of heavy showers. They will be that improvement, certainly for the

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second part of the day. The breeze will be lighter and top

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temperatures will be up to 14 or 15 degrees. In Holbeach, around 59

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Fahrenheit. The weekend, a crew let north-easterly. They will be the

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north-easterly. They will be the risk of patchy rain or drizzle. Can

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down, dear. Barry said, tell Paul you cannot have a bit of rain.

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Barry, get a life! I am sure Barry has a sense of humour, but maybe he

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has not! We will soon find that when I check

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my e-mail! All in the best possible taste!

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See you tomorrow, if you were still here, that these! - - that is.

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The Pipe And Glass Inn near Beverley has been awarded the Pub

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Of The Year award by the food guide Michelin. The pub, run by husband

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and wife team Kate and James Mackenzie, already has a Michelin

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star, one of the highest awards that can be made to an eatery.

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Linsey Smith has been finding out what makes the pub so special.

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A typically busy day at South Dalton's Pipe And Glass. But today,

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there's something even more desirable on the menu. A Michelin

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Pub Of The Year award. We try and use as much local produce as we

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possibly can, even so far as using the wild garlic that grows in the

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garden and the metals. It is quality that counts, but we are

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proud ambassadors for Yorkshire. Michelin is basically an

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independent ratings agency. Its guide books started in the early

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1900s. This is not a directory. Only the best establishments make

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it into here. The reviews are obsessively researched by those

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tasters who have quite a job. round a year, they travel, their

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research anonymously. They never let themselves be nine. They come

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up ways good ideas. -- they never let themselves be known. The food

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is fantastic here. There is a good range of local beers as well.

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more-or-less vegetarian, so I always have the fish, which is very

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good. But it might be even more difficult

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to eat here now, with foodies from across the country wanting a taste.

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Well, James has been in the South of England filming with celebrity

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Kirstie Allsopp. I spoke to him on his journey back to East Yorkshire

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and I asked him what the award meant for the pub. It means a great

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deal. It is great for us, our staff and customers. It is great for the

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region as well. You have put this area on the national map. How have

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you done that? What is the secret? I get there, just keeping our feet

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underground and not losing our values of offering good service and

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good food, good Yorkshire hospitality. Keeping our feet on

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the ground. A I am not being rude, but it is not the cheapest tea in

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the world, is it? MSM and juniper suet pudding, that is not what we

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all have -- Tennyson and juniper. We have other things as well. It is

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still value for money. Half the things, I have never heard of. What

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is clapper shot? That is mashed potato and sweet. Just these posh

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names. You have been the men with Kirstie Allsopp today. Are you

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going to be a celebrity? Will we see whether television every five

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minutes? Not at all. I am at the Pipe And Glass nearly every day of

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the year. We were just filming today. I should maybe go where more

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often. It is a fantastic success story. We put the prices up? Always

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the same. Very good to have you on the programme. Congratulations, and

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safe journey back. Thank-you. A Lincolnshire butcher is

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celebrating today after winning a competition to find the best

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sausage in the East Midlands. Lakings of Louth was crowned

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champion, beating eight other sausage producers in the finals of

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The Legendary British Banger competition.

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Hull City manager Nigel Pearson has played down rumours of a return to

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manage his former team Leicester City. Pearson remains one of the

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favourites for the job, following the departure of former England

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boss, Sven Goran-Eriksson. However, the Tiger's manager insists his

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only focus is Hull's next game against West Ham. We are trying to

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build up from a game. I have no control over what happens anywhere

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else. Not interested in talking about anything else. There has been

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no contact? And not as far as I am concerned. We will have to wait and

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see Nigel Pearson -- we will have to wait and see. Nigel Pearson

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talking earlier. Scunthorpe United's recent upturn

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in fortunes is down to players returning from injury, according to

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their manager. Alan Knill believes the competition for places helped

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account for this win against Tranmere, their fourth game without

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defeat. It gives us more competition. When we get everybody

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back, we have a strong squad. Hopefully, it will be sooner rather

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than later. Now, if you're planning a beach

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wedding, the first choice for most couples is the Caribbean for its

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sunshine and blue skies. But there could soon be a North East

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Lincolnshire rival. The blue flag beaches of Cleethorpes could soon

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be used as a wedding venue if plans to allow couples to tie the knot

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there go ahead. Jamaica, Antigua and St Lucia. The

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Caribbean has provided couples with picturesque beaches as the perfect

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wedding location for years. But you could soon have your dream day a

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little bit closer to home, right Here on Cleethorpes beach. A lot of

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women do want a fantasy beach wedding. I think it is a wonderful

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idea. North East Lincolnshire Council are

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hoping to apply for a license to allow weddings to be held on

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Cleethorpe's sandy beaches. It is fantastic! People have Rocky ideas

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for getting married. -- people have crazy ideas. It would be based on

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numbers. And it's not just the wedding, but

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you could have your honeymoon here as well. There are plenty of hotels

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and restaurants. Pleasure Island is just a stone's throw away.

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could come and celebrate someone of the roller-coaster us, then have a

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meal. You could have fantastic Vector Gas. We have the

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accommodation as well, so we have got the whole package. -- you could

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have fantastic so to grass. photographs.

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So from the Caribbean to Cleethorpes, couples could soon be

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able to have their perfect wedding day here for a fraction of the cost.

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All that's needed are some blue skies. What do you think about

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that? Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines The Greek prime minister is under growing

:25:08.:25:18.
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pressure to scrap his plans for a referendum.

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And under fire again. The Lincolnshire hospital threatened

:25:21.:25:23.

with tough action if patient care doesn't improve. And tomorrow's

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weather. A wet start for most with heavy rain turning to showers in

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the afternoon. Maximum temperatures of 14 degrees Celsius. That's 57

:25:29.:25:36.

degrees Fahrenheit. Response coming in on the subject

:25:36.:25:42.

of the Pilgrim Hospital in Boston. A big response. Barbara says, I

:25:42.:25:47.

took ale in Boston Gala bingo last night. I could not fault the care I

:25:47.:25:52.

got from the ambulance staff and the A&E department. Friendly staff

:25:52.:25:57.

with smiles, despite bad publicity at President. -- bad publicity at

:25:57.:26:04.

President. Someone else says can I have been a patient three times

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this year and the standard of care has been fantastic. The staff are

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seriously overworked and not appreciated. Helen says if the same

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resources were put into Lincoln has was put into Lincoln Canticle other

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problems would be reduced. Someone else says, I spent four days there

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