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

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Caught on camera. Claims that a PCSO slapped a teenage boy.

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I am shocked and disgusted. Eight years, seven days a week I have

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been doing this. All that work has gone to waste. One thing puts us

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back. Among the worst in the country for

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youth unemployment. Almost one in four young people aren't in

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training or work. Home for the weekend. A welcome

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return to Hull for the city's own warship, HMS Iron Duke.

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I'm live at the Lincolnshire Showground, where this weekend's

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celebrations for Bonfire Night have already begun. Will it stay drum

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macro this weekend? I will be back An inquiry is under way after

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allegations that a Humberside police officer slapped a teenage

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boy in the face. The incident took place on Hallowe'en, as the 15 year

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old was arriving at a community centre on the Nunsthorpe Estate in

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Grimsby. He claims the PCSO hit him, before then walking off. An officer

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has been suspended from frontline duties while an investigation takes

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place. Our correspondent Paul Murphy has the story.

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Court on-camera, at the moment an officer from Humberside Police is

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seen allegedly slapping the teenager across the face. The

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teenager claims the bloke marked his skin. The incident was recorded

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in the grounds of this House on the Nunsthorpe Estate, a project which

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promotes community cohesion. I was shocked, and couldn't sleep the

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same night. I went to school, couldn't sleep, so I took the day

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off school to get over it. I am still shocked and disgusted. Liam

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has been coming to this community centre since he was nine. He was

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described to us as a role model for younger children on this sometimes

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troubled estate. My view of it is, just absolute disgust. I am so mad.

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We do not hit our kids, why should anybody else, especially an

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officer? The founder of this community project believes the

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incident will place a strain on the relationship local people have with

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their police force. If you turn the tables and on about kids did that

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to a PCSO, I know what would happen. We have kids on the estate showing

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no respect for the police. I can't blame them. Eight years I have been

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doing this seven days a week. All of that work has gone to waste.

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Humberside police have launched an internal investigation into this

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incident and have confirmed tonight that the officer against whom these

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allegations have been made has been withdrawn from any duties which

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would involve personal contact with the public. The force declined to

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The incident is being reported to the independent Police Complaints

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Commission. It is a Halloween Liam is unlikely to forget.

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We will follow that store it on Look North.

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In a moment. Why a local rugby league legend could be honoured

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with a memorial statue outside Wembley Stadium. The body of a

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woman has been found in a drain in East Yorkshire.

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The discovery was made by a member of the public in Hollym near

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Withernsea. Police say it's not being treated as suspicious.

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A man from Grimsby has been jailed for posting comments on Facebook

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encouraging disorder during this summer's riots. Martin Hartshorn,

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22, has been jailed for three years. He'd admitted encouraging an

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offence and publishing racially inflammatory material.

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Controversial new charges for garden waste collections in North

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East Lincolnshire have been put on hold. The council had wanted to

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charge �25 a year for brown bin collections. But it's been told it

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needs to look at different money- saving options.

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More than 40 extra trains will be re-routed through the centre of

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Lincoln again this weekend. It's because of work being carried out

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elsewhere on the rail network. Businesses say the time the level

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crossing barriers are down is putting off shoppers and having a

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big impact on their trade. If you lie, you will be caught out.

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So say Humberside Police, after a Cleethorpes man who faked a

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burglary at his own home, was given 200 hours community service. Andrew

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Leadbetter tried to claim more than �16,000 from his insurers, saying

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he'd had several electrical items stolen. Last year, insurers

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uncovered 133,000 fraudulent claims, with home insurance being the most

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common. The estimated cost is �2 billion a year, and it adds an

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average of �44 to all of our bills. Tarah Welsh has the story.

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In July, Andrew Leadbetter said burglars had broken in to his house

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through a cat flap. He was lying. Today, he was sentenced to 200

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hours of unpaid work for committing fraud. A penalty his insurers say

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should be harsher. It is a deliberate deception, where people

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are deceiving to that extent clearly we would like a custodial

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sentence. When Andrew Leadbetter said he's been burgled, he alerted

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his insurance company, who grew suspicious. Among the items Mr

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Leadbetter claimed for were three TVs, including one 50 inch screen.

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Five different types of games consoles, and two guitars. In total,

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his claim came to more than �16,000. The defendant was caught through a

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joint operation between his insurers and Humberside police, who

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insist they are cracking down on this type of crime.

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In simple terms, we check all the facts. You cannot get a 50 inch

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screen through a 30 inch window. The court heard that despite

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earning �26,000 a year, Mr Leadbetter staged a burglary at his

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home to "get something" back from his premiums. But insurers say this

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type of crime is far from victimless. Given the extent of the

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problem, that money adds up, cumulatively they think �44 per a

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premium. The judge said the offence was so serious he could have

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sentenced him to up to five years. He said, if you had thought about

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it you knew you would not get away with it. He said, you have been

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lucky this time but do this again and you will go to prison.

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The number of young people - who are not in work, education or

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training is higher in parts of our area than anywhere else in the

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country. That's according to a new study which has named Grimsby as

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having some of the highest rates of youth unemployment - with Hull not

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far behind. The report's been published on the same day the UK

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Youth Parliament debates the issue. More now from our political editor

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Tim Iredale. 20-year-old Craig spends much of his time helping out

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at a charity shop in his home town of Bridlington. He says he is not

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optimistic about finding a permanent job, and believes

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politicians do not understand the scale of the problem facing many

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young people. I think more could be done to help young people get work.

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David Cameron is promising but there's nothing to show. East

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Yorkshire has some of the highest rates of young people not in

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education, employment or training. In howl macro, the percentage of

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these is put at 18%, almost one in five. In the Grimsby, that number

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is almost 25%, almost one in four young people not in a job or some

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kind of training. Councillors in north east Lincolnshire have

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questioned the report, and described the findings as

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misleading. But the new chairman of the Humber Local Enterprise

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Partnership believes there is no quick fix. We can lobby on behalf

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of more training, and press government locally and nationally

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to do more. Those on long-term projects, they will not solve the

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short term problem we have. Youth unemployment has been a big talking

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point at Westminster today where the famous green benches have been

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filled with some unfamiliar faces. The UK Youth Parliament has held

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its annual debate in the Chamber of the House of Commons. Members

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include this 18-year-old. I know some young people who have filed a

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180 job applications. Some people feel they cannot achieve. You can

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be what you want to be but we need to support young people to help

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them have a future. I apologise... The man who utters those words on a

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daily basis says he has some sympathy. You have only to look at

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how few young people by comparison with the population as a whole vote

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in elections, to realise there is a problem. With youth unemployment at

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a 17 year high, some are already talking about a lost generation of

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young people. Joining me now is John Butterick

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from the organisation The Childrens University, which works closely

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with youngsters, encouraging them to learn. You work directly with

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young people. Do you agree with this report that we are dealing

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with a "lost generation"? These figures are demoralising. I work

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with young people and I am surrounded by inspiration, hard

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work, towards their studies, and added it is rather sad when they

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work so very hard, that the job market is how it is. And yet there

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are so many who are desperate, not in work, training or education?

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is awful. We have to keep those dreams and hopes alive.

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Educationalists have to rely on politicians and economists to bring

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back the economy into stability. Whose responsibility is it for

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these young people? I do believe that the government has a huge part

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to play. It needs to be more vocational lies, -- vocationalised,

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training. Some children do not know what jobs are. They can see a vast

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array of opportunities out there, to give them hope to get training.

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Grimsby is at the top of this list. But it will have longer term

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effects on the town. There is not an instant fix. We want to keep the

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adrenalin flows of these young people, keep them interested in

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learning, so when hopefully the economic climate is more viable,

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they will be prepared for that world of work. And met a lot of

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young unemployed people, they are desperate. They don't even have the

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money to get to interviews. I have young people sending out 50 CDs,

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young people walking from company to company -- CVs. Young people who

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are over-qualified. It is day-case of desperation. I support them

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wholeheartedly. I'd like to hear from you on this one. Whose job is

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it to get young people into work? Is enough being done to help them.

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If not, what more could or should be done? Maybe you're young and out

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We will have your thoughts on this before we finished the programme. A

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reminder that there is more on this story on this week's Politics Show,

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that is on BBC One on Sunday at midday.

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By the way, thank you for your responses after last night's story

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about the Pilgrim Hospital in Boston. Their Care Quality

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Commission has raised the 11 areas of concern about patient care. The

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report shows conditions have improved but says the Trust needs

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improved but says the Trust needs to do more. Lot of messages. Ray in

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Thank you for all the messages. It is 17 minutes to 7pm. Still

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ahead... Fresh frontiers in the Gulf, that

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Iron Duke comes home to Hull. He -- from jurors.

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I am at the Lincolnshire Showground Tonight's photograph is of the

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market raises fishery. It was taken My favourite e-mail of the week,

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Jane is one of our new viewers in Jane is one of our new viewers in

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Sheffield where they are enjoying the programme. Please ask Paul lot

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to stand in sham -- front of to stand in sham -- front of

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Sheffield, he blocks it most nights! I am getting a bit of but

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that these days! I will not reveal it any more. I was going to mention

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I had had an e-mail about you hanging your underpants out on your

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balcony, but I will leave that until Monday it! They headlines for

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the next 24 hours is a bit of a mixed one. Tomorrow looks as though

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it will be cloudy, and late in the day, for the bonfires, it could be

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disappointing - patchy rain, especially for Norfolk. All

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associated with this troublesome weather front. A lot of cloud on

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Sunday as well. After that very wet morning, it turned out to be a

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lovely afternoon. I am just watching this cloud, which is

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bringing up some rain from the South. Last night, the heavy rain

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came across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. It looks as though it

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is going for Sheffield today. Elsewhere, just one or two showers.

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But we should avoid the heaviest of those, some places could stay dry.

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Some mist and fog early tomorrow morning, temperatures around 10

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degrees Celsius. The sun will rise at seven 09 am. The high-water time

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in Skegness is 25 past three -- 3:25pm. Quite a cloudy day to come

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tomorrow, mist and fog, drizzle in places. The fog will lift and skies

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will turn right for a time. But there is the weather fronts that

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will bring wet weather in June Norfolk, Lincolnshire and possibly

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up dingy East Yorkshire tomorrow evening. There could be some damp

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bonfires on Saturday evening. In the North East, it will be cool -

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highs of 12 or 13 degrees Celsius. Sunday looks cloudy with a little

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drizzle. You were a little bit vindictive when you mention

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Sheffield! I will move my head! There dr! Can you keep going a

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little bit that way? That is so Have a good weekend. Prince William

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famously spent six months serving on at. Today the HMS Iron Duke is

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back in its home port of Hull. The vessel and its crew are fresh from

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tours of duty in the Gulf and off the coast of Libya. It will

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celebrate its freedom of the city tomorrow before welcoming the

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public on board on Sunday. Sailing into its adopted city, the

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warship HMS Iron Duke. It docked in Hull this lunchtime, ahead of a

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busy weekend. Tomorrow morning, the ship's crew are being given the

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freedom of the city, marching through the streets. There will be

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an impressive homecoming for Matthew Wellington. It is always

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nice to come back to your home town. It is a proud moment. Being from

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the city and it's being the city's ship. His it an unusual way to come

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back? Yes. My whole family will be turning up. We are looking forward

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to it. Just four months ago, the ship was in action off Libya

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fighting alongside international troops and the inside the ship,

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this is where the operation was controlled. This is the operations

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room, the war fighting heart of the ship. Although visitors will not

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get to see this bit, they will get a full tour of the decks, and they

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will even get to see the guns and missiles. They will be able to see

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everything there is outside. We have service to surface missiles,

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the gum, which you can see behind the at which is in action in Libya.

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You will see that actually, it is a really -- it is really a small,

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To ensure the ship is safe in dark, the crew practised a rescue

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exercise with Humberside's fire fighters. Now, Iron Duke is ready

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to welcome aboard the people of Hull. And its crew are ready to

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march before them. I am sure Sunday will be a very

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good day. Five he is regarded by many as a

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legend. Now Clive Sullivan could be immortalised in bronze at Wembley

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Stadium. He played for both Hull se at Hull KR, and is now on a short

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list of 10 Rugby League players being considered for a statue.

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Simon Clark has more. The Bobby Moore statue cuts and

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lonely figure at the head of Wembley. Scene, he will be joined

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by a figure from Rugby League. And this man is one of 10 being

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considered. Scorer of more than 100 tries for Hull FC, and incredibly

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for Hull KR as well, Clive Sullivan won the Challenge Cup with bows. No

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wonder news of his nomination has gone down well. He was one of the

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people, he always mixed well with supporters. I think people could

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see a bit of themselves in him. He was very modest, always had a smile

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for everyone. And he was exciting on the field. He was loved by rugby

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fans in Hull, until his untimely death at the age of 42 in 1985.

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Here he is talking to Look North about the resurgence of those clubs

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in the late 1970s. Nobody can put their finger on what has happened,

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it has just taken off and we are having a good time. He had a wide

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range of friends inside and outside the game. But no one was closer

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than his team-mate. You could not read at better person. Everybody

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loved him, everybody. He was just a down-to-earth person. He had a good

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sense of humour, he was brilliant. The only lasting memorial to his

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this stretch of road named in his honour in Hull. How appropriate we

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did before or the last English footballer to raise the World Cup

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to be joined by the last British player to raise at the Rugby League

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Let's hope it goes to him. Hull City take on West Ham in what

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promises to be at Cup match at the KC Stadium tomorrow. Scunthorpe

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United make the long trip to Bournemouth. Adam Wild has the

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details. South Hull City's unbeaten run may

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have come to an end at Barnsley, sat Nigel Pearson said his team's

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performance was one of the best of the season. West Ham are the

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visitors to the KC Stadium tomorrow. A win for City would move them to

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just one point behind the London club. It is a good challenge for us,

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the players are looking forward to it. And it is by no means a case

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off us going into this game and hoping we get something out of it.

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It will be a competitive game. And we are looking forward to it.

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Scunthorpe United go to Bournemouth with a spring in their step after

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only their third league win of the season. The 4-2 victory over

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Tranmere Rovers' move them away from the relegation places,

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something the manager Alan Knill says is an award for their

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consistent performances. If it is good, but obviously the points do

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not reflect their performances. But we are going steadily, good results

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last week scoring four at home. We made it difficult for ourselves,

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but the team and the players showed great character. Grimsby Town and

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Lincoln City returned to leases -- action tomorrow. The Mariners are

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playing at Bath City while Barrow are the visitors at Sincil Bank.

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A team from Lincolnshire will be flying and replica World War One

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aircraft through the French song for Remembrance Day. Today, final

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checks were being made at the airfield before they begin their

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journey -- the Somme. The DH2 flew over the Somme in 1916. Eight will

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form part of a fly-past on the day. Pupils at one of Bridlington's

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primary schools have had an unusual lesson today. Eight Tibetan monks

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were in the resort to teach children some of their customs,

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including music, traditional dance and meditation. Sq we came here

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choosy some monks from Tibet, and we watched them prey and the

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dancers - we came to see. I like the dancing. I like the long it

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tubes. They were really loud. is not an opinion on the show!

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There may be rain on the way, but that has not stopped thousands of

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you making plans for Bonfire Night. Dozens of events are planned across

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East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire this evening and tomorrow. At

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Lincolnshire Showground, there is a big display tonight. Vanessa Clarke

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is their. Is all going well? It is indeed. Thousands of people are

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expected here tonight. Many of them have already gathered for a

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children's firework display. There are basically loads off fireworks.

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They were perfect for children. Earlier, but people here told me

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about Bonfire Night. We always come to the first ones rather than the

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ones later. It is a really nice at this year. What are you looking

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forward to? The fire works! daughter has not seen fireworks,

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they are expensive and we thought it would be nice to come along.

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organiser of the event joins me now a. How is it going? Fine at the

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moment. It is a very big crowd. Please come down and watch! Will

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the bonfire go ahead? Yes. We are just trying to move people around

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tonight, safety is paramount. not just this event that is taking

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place. Events are taking place across East Yorkshire and

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Lincolnshire and you can see them on the bottom of your screen. But

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here, the crowd are enjoying themselves. And they are hoping

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that the bonfire will go ahead. If you are doing anything this weekend,

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please take care and enjoy yourself. Thank you very much. If you are

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having fireworks or going to fireworks be very safe. But enjoy.

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A recap of the name of national and regional headlines.

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G20 leaders leave Cannes with out detailed plans to save the Eurozone.

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Claims that a PCSO sat a teenage boy.

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Tomorrow, a dry start up rain passing over later on. Temperatures

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still very mild at 13 degrees Celsius.

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On the subject of youth unemployment, we have some e-mails.

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Dalton says I have tried and tried to get a job in Hull and I get no

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reply. It is so sad. I did well at school but now I am working in a

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charity shop to get some experience. Sue says never mind use

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unemployment, what about the older people who do not get any chances?

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