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

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The Chancellor cuts the Humber Bridge debt in two as he announces

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that tolls will be halved. About time. It is about the highest one

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in the country. It is still expensive, but it is a lot easier

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for us to afford. The Chancellor also promises to

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help Grimsby become a national centre for renewable energy.

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Lincoln gets a royal visit as Prince Charles brings Camilla on

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her first visit to the city. Christmas comes early at the house

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with more than 10,000 festive lights.

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No detailed forecast is coming BOP. -- you'll detailed forecast is

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coming up. After a week of leaks and

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speculation the Chancellor George Osborne today finally confirmed

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that Humber Bridge tolls for all vehicles are to be cut by 50%. He

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also announced that Lincoln will get its long awaited Eastern Bypass

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to ease congestion in the city. Improvements will also be carried

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out on roads in East Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire. And the

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Humber is to become an official centre for the renewable energy

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industry. More of that in a moment, but first Tim Iredale reports on

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today's announcements. In Yorkshire and Humber, we will

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have the tolls on the Humber Bridge. This was the reaction from truckers

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in Immingham, as the Chancellor made his long-awaited announcement

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that tolls on the Humber Bridge would be cut in half. At that time.

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It is about the highest poll in the country, I think. -- About Time. It

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is still expensive, but it makes it a lot easier to afford. It is good

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news. Having it. The Humber Bridge debt currently stands at �332

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million. That will be reduced by 150 million. From next year, told

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charges for cars will be reduced from �3 to one pound 50 each way.

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The bridge will be run by a slimmed-down board, with

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representatives from the four local authorities on the Humber.

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Businesses and on their motorists will have a greater say and how the

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bridges run. -- ordinary motorists. We propose there would be a ten-man

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board rather than 22 as it is now. Eight local authority members, and

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two from the private sector. This was the reaction from truckers

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in Immingham as the Chancellor made his long awaited announcement on

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reducing the debt outstanding on the Humber Bridge, a move which

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means tolls will be slashed. The move has been welcomed by MP on

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all sides, who have long argued that high tolls on the Humber

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Bridge have been a barrier to creating jobs in the region. It is

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great news. For people who were looking for jobs, are people living

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pattern and that kind of area, arts opportunities open up in Hull.

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government is adjusting its plans. It is saying it is not car but in

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reality it is. It is good news for So after 30 years of rising tolls,

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relief at last for the thousands of motorists who've paid a high price

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for crossing the Humber. The Government also announced it

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wants to encourage the growth of the renewable energy industry in

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the Humber. There will be a variety of grants and subsidies for

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companies setting-up in Grimsby. Paul Murphy explains.

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Grimsley's Docklands are changing quickly. These are not trawlers but

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offshore support vessels, ferrying engineers and electricians and to

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the North Sea turbines. New jobs are being created here nearly every

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week. There is a lot of work going at the moment. Another two turbines

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will be built here after this is finished. This will be going and

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for a few years. Be coming a government enterprise there could

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accelerate the expansion here. Grimsby is that their area in the

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Humber to get this special designation. Enterprise zone status

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brings with it tax breaks and certain planning freedoms. That

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means this plot becomes much more attractive to investors. That

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creates jobs. So this traditional dockland is rapidly reinventing

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itself. Grimsby is the Norman us with fish, and I think it always

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will be. We have a doubt best business. -- Grimsby is synonymous

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with fish. It is a great bonus for Grimsby. For these wind energy

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apprentices, trained in Hull and Grimsby, the future looks bright.

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It will be a massive thing for future generations for sourcing

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power. It is Defra again to be a good thing. But a term of grim

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national economic news, there is a sense that the new industries of

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the Humber can give the country cause for hope. -- it is definitely

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going to be a good thing. Tim Iredale joins us now from

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Westminster. Is this all good news for the area? Plenty of good news

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against a pretty bleak economic backdrop. The reduction in the

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Humber Bridge toll will be welcomed, following a campaign that has been

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going on as long as I can remember. Some surprises today. New road

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schemes, many of which we thought have been put on the back-burner.

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The new Lincoln eastern bypass will go ahead. It will be partly funded

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by the government. The county council welcomed that news. The 164

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at Beverley to the Humber Bridge Road will be up graded. Part of

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that will become a new dual carriageway. Traffic will be

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congested in Immingham by a new road. People are asking where will

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this money come from. Some has come from government savings. Some of

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the money is coming from private pension funds. They may not realise

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it, but there will be people watching tonight whose retirement

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could be funded by the Humber Bridge. Who would have thought it?

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Who would have thought it? The man tasked with bringing jobs

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and wealth to our area is Lord Haskins. He's with me in the studio

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now. Is this an important they? is momentous. I can remember the

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day the Humber Bridge was announced, 45 years ago, and thinking what a

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wonderful opportunity it was. We have been bedevilled with these

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tolls for years. Making it a centre for renewable energy, if this is

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the path we are going down, it has to work. Do you think we are

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putting too many eggs in one basket? It is not just one basket.

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I think the estuary can do a lot. Renewable energy is going to be a

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big one. If we get it right, and I am optimistic we will, it will have

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a significant impact on the way the economy on both sides of the river

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performs in the years to come. people watching are interested in

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is, will thus create jobs? There are some people without jobs at the

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moment. They will be jobs. They will take time to come through. In

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the meanwhile, we are working in a desperate economic situation. There

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will be jobs lost as well. Matching the jobs lost with the jobs gained

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is going to be difficult. There are skills involved, all sorts of

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issues. For most people, cutting the bridge toll is what is most

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important. Why could not have happened straight away? You would

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have to ask the Treasury. They give concessions very meanly and slowly.

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It is a big step forward. government has focused a lot of

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attention on the Humber area today. Why has it taken so long? It has

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been partly because we have not been as well organised in the

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politics in the past. I have been very impressed. By every be doing

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this job for two was three weeks. I have been impressed by local MPs

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from different parties commit together and making a case for the

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Humber, on the government has listened -- coming together. Thank

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you very much for coming in tonight. And many of you have already been

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getting in touch about the issue of For thank you for those.

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In a moment. As thousands of public sector

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workers prepare for strike action, we look at how schools and

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hospitals will be affected. Prince Charles brought The Duchess

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of Cornwall to Lincoln today for her first visit to the city. The

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couple spent the morning at Lincoln Cathedral seeing the renovation

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work there. They then went their separate ways before meeting up to

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finish their day in a community pub. Tarah Welsh's report contains flash

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photography. RN welcome on a very windy day. --

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a warm welcome. The royal couple started their trip touring both

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cathedral. Inside, they met their staff here and a fine silverware

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came out. Today, the Prince of Wales was led the patron of the

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fabric fund, the on going fund- raising arm of the cathedral. It is

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hoped his visit will boost trade. losing the Christmas market in 2010

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was a tragedy for the area. His high-profile visit is very good. It

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is showing that Lincoln is a good place, the cathedral is a good

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place. The Prince of Wales on the Duchess of Cornwall are here to

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view the restoration work here at the cathedral. It is a �2.5 million

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project. They wanted to meet everyone aboard, including the

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stone makers. This trip was about more than preserving buildings. It

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was about securing the future of rural communities. As the Prince

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discussed the future of farming at a local college, the Duchess of

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Cornwall joined members of the Women's Institute for lunch. After

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their busy day, they managed to fit in a pint. This pub near Grantham

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is part of a scheme which encourages communities to work with

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landlords to keep services inside the pubs. Really vital. Three

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couples have been sent to us who were struggling, or Hull are

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looking at opening farm shops to try to get trading. Those later the

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Princess Lincolnshire is close to his hat, and his charities he will

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be hoping the visit today will provide a boost. -- close to his

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heart. A couple who claim they were driven

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out of their Lincolnshire farm by wind turbine noise have had their

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case settled out of court. Jane and Julian Davis from Deeping St

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Nicholas were seeking over two million pounds in compensation,

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saying they'd been forced to move into rented accommodation. Their

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High Court case was due to resume tomorrow, five years after the

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turbines were built. Lincolnshire Police are

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investigating reports of racial abuse towards England footballer

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A lorry has overturned a St Andrews came. It is understood it hit a

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lamp-post, which has also come down onto the carriageway. A body that

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has been discovered has been identified as Marlene Wagstaff. She

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was formally identified yesterday. Lincolnshire Police are

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investigating reports of racial abuse towards an England footballer.

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Fans contacted the force after a comment was posted on the 23-year-

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old defender's Twitter page. It is believed the offender may be from

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the Lincolnshire area. Two Humberside policemen have been

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praised for saving a man's life after rescuing him from a burning

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car. PC Stephen Caulfield and PC Daniel Hermann found the man

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unconscious in the vehicle near Northfield Road in Hull. They

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pulled him to safety and he's now made a full recovery. PC Hermann

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suffered burns to his hand in the incident, but says he was just

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doing his job. It sounds cliched, but I went into what a pilot. He

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joined the police and a prime responsibility is to protect life.

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Still ahead: Clearing up after the metal thieves - charity workers

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count the cost of another break-in. You wouldn't want the electricity

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bill - the house with 10,000 lights It is the 29th November. Sun set

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over Louth canal. On Friday night we had a white

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rainbow from our friends in France. We don't go there again. White

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rainbows result from sunlight hitting fog droplets, which are so

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light they can't act as prisms. You can bore us but you didn't manage

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to say it on Friday night. I had to say it on Friday night. I had

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run out of time, of course. It is very unsettled over the next

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24 hours. Some places may stay dry. A strong westerly. We do get a lot

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of protection. There is tomorrow's weather chart but this system will

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come across us on Wednesday night, bringing further spells of rain.

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That was a very active cold front that came through this afternoon.

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We had a report of a tornado in East Yorkshire. Very squally winds.

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A short spell of heavy rain. Thankfully that cold front, that

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winter-time cold front, is now in the North Sea. We are losing the

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strong gusts. A windy night with a few showers perhaps getting through.

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But on the whole, a good deal of dry weather. Lowest temperatures

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down to 3-4 degrees Celsius. The sun will rise in the morning at

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7.54, setting at 3.46 pm. It should be a reasonably bright start with

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sunshine. It will tend to clout over at time. Sometimes large

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amounts of cloud. The best of the sunny broex in Norfolk and parts of

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-- breaks in Norfolk and parts of Lincolnshire. It is going to feel

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chilly, even though temperatures aren't far from where they should

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be at this time of year. 9 in Grimsby, 48 Fahrenheit.

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Rain on Thursday night. That is out of the way first light Thursday

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morning. Apart from one or two showers, it is dry with sunshine. A

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frost on Friday morning and then an unsettled weekend to come. After

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last night I had to endure loads of jokes about the '80s all through

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the evening on Twitter, so thank you for that. And the fact that

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your hair hasn't changed! None of us can work it out, Peter. See you

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us can work it out, Peter. See you tomorrow. We were not going there!

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Tomorrow, thousands of public sector workers in East Yorkshire

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and Lincolnshire will walk out in a strike over changes to their

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pensions. The dispute, which has been called the biggest for a

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generation, will see hundreds of schools and public buildings closed.

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Lindsey Smith has the details of what is being affected. One of the

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biggest disruptions tomorrow will be the closure of schools. Across

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our area at least 300 schools will be closed and councils are advising

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parents that this number is likely to rise. They should check their

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local authority website in the morning before leaving for school.

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But it is not just teachers that are walking out. In the schools it

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is not just teachers. We have kitchen staff, lunchtime support

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assistants, who only work a very short period of time in the week.

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Admin staff, school care takers. We are all on low-grade salaries.

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parents will be expected to find childcare tomorrow at short notice

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but not all the parents we spoke to were against the strikes. It is

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hard, but I do agree that the reason why they have to strike.

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I've got two children and both of them are out of school for it,

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which means having to take days off and take a pay cut, lose pay

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because of it. At this time of year in a recession it is ridiculous.

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The way things are, something needs to be done. I think they've got a

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right to say for their rights really. It is not just schools that

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will be disrupted. Healthcare workers are also expected to walk

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out. United Lincolnshire hospitals trust will try to avoid cancelling

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operations and appointments. Hull and East Yorkshire trust say some

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procedures have been cancelled but those patients affected have been

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informed. They say people should try to avoid using A&E departments

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tomorrow as they expect to be under pressure. We expect Serge non-

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essential appointments at clinics, X-ray departments, outpatients, to

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be cancelled because of lack of staffing. Transport to and from

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hospitals supplied by balances will be affected, as again urgent care

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will take priority. But there are many other services that will be

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put on hold. Libraries, council-run leisure clubs, daycare centres, bin

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collections, police control centres, even crematoriums could be

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disrupted tomorrow. Many organisations have told us think

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don't know how many staff will strike until they look at the

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picket lines. For more information check your local authority website

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or listen to BBC Radio Humberside or BBC Lincolnshire.

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Thank you. How is the strike going to affect

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you? Are you taking unpaid leave from work tomorrow maybe to look

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after the children or make extra provision for childcare? Maybe a

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hospital appointment has been cancelled. If you want to get in

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I look forward to hearing from you. We'll hear from some of new a

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moment. The Government is to spend �5

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million tackling the growing problem of metal theft. The money

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will be used to target both the thieves and the dealers who

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illegally trade in stolen metal. But the scheme comes too late for a

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charity shop in Market Rasen, where staff are still clearing up after

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metal thieves caused thousands of pounds worth of damage. Simon Spark

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has the latest of our special reports on metal theft. When I came

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on Sunday I was devastated. Two inchs of water, water coming down

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on my precious furniture, as I call it. This is is the sad reality of

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the dep. Depths criminals will go to for copper theft. This charity

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shop raises money for the air ambulance. Copper from a heating

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system from the flat above was the target, which flooded the shot and

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ruined their stock. Most of the copper had been replaced with

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plastic pipe from the first theft. I can't put it into words how I

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feel. Absolutely gutted. It's soul destroying. It is just destructive.

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We are all devastated. What could only have been a few pounds worth

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of copper is �6,000 worth of damage to the charity. Unfortunately, the

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effect to homes and workplaces is just one area. Hundreds of

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thousands of passengers using the rail network are affected every

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single day. Cable theft for us here in the North East is an epidemic.

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We were seeing theft on a daily basis and sometimes three or four

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thefts in one day. It is a really big problem to us and the single

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biggest cause of delay. National Grid is another prime

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target. When you look at the incidents in 2007, we had probably

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400% increase in the number of incidents. So in terms of the

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amount of copper they get when they steal the equipment don't bear any

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resemblance to how much it costs us. All of these are asking for the

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same thing. Somebody's got to be accountability. We do believe that

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a change in legislation is required to the scrap metal dealers' Act.

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we had major controls on scrap yards, that should slow the theft

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down really. Today the Government has promised �5 million towards a

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national task force to target the thieves and the dealers. But in the

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meantime the disruption goes on and this charity shop will have to wait

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until the new year before they can We wish them well. Our report

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tomorrow will focus on the impact of metal theft on churches.

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Yesterday there were nine calls made to Lincolnshire police about

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metal theft and seven to Humberside police. That means there are 54

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incidents so far this week in Lincolnshire and 12 in Humberside.

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Moratorium night. Hull City manager Nick Barmby says

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his side are hoping to move on after Saturday's defeat. The Tigers

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travel to league leaders Southampton, who are pushing for a

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second successive promotion under ex-Scunthorpe boss Nigel Adkins.

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We'll treat it just as much as any other game. We respect them, they

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are doing really well, it is a great challenge for us.

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There is coverage of tonight's games on your local BBC Radio

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All of the games kick off tonight at 7.45pm.

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The former Olympic athlete, Dean Macey, has been in Grimsby today

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opening a new sports complex. The decathlete cut the ribbon on Toll

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Bar Academy's new quarter million pound gymnasium extension in New

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Waltham. He said it's one of the best of its type. I think Great

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Britain in general has as much talent athletic-wise as any other

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country on the planet. We just litz somewhere. Facilities like this are

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going to enhance the amount of people we bring into the sport,

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which can only enhance our results. Christmas lights have been going on

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in our towns and cities over the last few days. Beverley tomorrow

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night. Can they challenge the display from one home in

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Lincolnshire? Derek and Jean Turner have 10,000 lights on their home in

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Wragby. Crispin is there. Is it as spectacular as it sounds? It is

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Peter. We've all seen a few over the years, but 10,000 light bulbs

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really makes a difference. Normally people put their Christmas lights

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inside their homes on their trees, but this this instance this garden

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has been decorated on the outside for a very particular reason. To

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tell us more, Derek tells me. years ago we got two house cats and

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there were too interested in the lights inside and they wouldn't

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leave them alone. So to protect them and the lights we put them

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outside. It is certainly impressive. How long does it take tow put all

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these 10,000 bulbs in place? Object three weeks to sort them out and

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test them and get them strung up. It is certainly impressive stuff.

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Derek and your wife Jean, long- suffering I'm sure. At the end of

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the day the Turners have been doing this for 11 years. They have a top

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tip. If you fancy making this garden of unearthly lights,

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effectively go and buy your lights in January.

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A recap of the main national and regional headlines. The Chancellor

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admits the UK economy face as difficult time ahead. George

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Osborne says it will take longer than plan to do so balance the

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books. Tolls are halved as the Government

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cuts the Humber Bridge debt the two. Tomorrow: bright and windy with

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sunny intervals. The risk of a few showers. 10 Celsius, 50 Fahrenheit.

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The response after our top story. The Government starts the new

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prices from midnight on the day of the announcement. Outthe bridge

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toll won't start until next year. Lee says I'm having to take a day

:27:14.:27:20.

off to look after my child. I will be taking unpaid leave.

:27:20.:27:26.

Richard said why can't they drop the toll to �1.50 today, as it

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costs far too much in fuel without having to pay �3 to cross the

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