15/12/2011 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


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Good evening. Thank you for joining us. Welcome to the programme. Our

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headlines - concern over former criminals working as taxi drivers.

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Is the vetting tough enough? A special investigation. I think a

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lot of people will be surprised to learn that the people who drive

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taxies are not always completely honest. Some of them have got

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criminal convictions. Not a lot, but many. The vast majority are

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very trustworthy. You always get the rogue element in any trade.

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Also, as customers look for bargains, businesses in the area

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look for opportunities to compete. Treasure trove of memories -

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thousands of films are given a new home in Lincolnshire. We have got

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the answer to one of the most Googleed questions in Britain -

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what is scampi? Ice could be a problem again tonight. Join me for

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Good evening. BBC Look North has learnt that former criminals, with

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convictions, including assault, burglary and affray, are being list

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cepbsed to operate as taxi -- licences to operate as taxi drivers.

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One operator has told us that he won't allow his daughter to travel

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with a driver he doesn't know. But the police and council officials

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insist that licenced taxies are still the safest way to get home

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during the party season. We have this special report. Christmas

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revellers enjoying the party season. They are taking their own safety

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seriously and already planning how they'll get home. Taxi. Taxi.

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are getting home by taxi. Taxi. Taxi. Taxi. What they probably

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don't realise is that the taxi could be driven by a convicted

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criminal, who has been licenced quite legal by Hull City -- Hull

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City council. It will only grant a licence if they are satisfied that

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the person is fit and proper. But this driver is concerned that some

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drivers are far from fit and proper. If my daughter wants to go out, I

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make sure I'm there to collect her, or make sure I know who will make

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her up. I will not allow her to use taxi companies. I won't allow her

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to hail black cabs. Our own investigations seem to bear out

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some of the concerns. We have learnt that some licenced drivers

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have criminal convictions spanning more than 20 years. Records show

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that one licenced private hire driver has 32 separate convictions.

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They are for offences including burglary, assault and sex with an

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undergauge girl. Despite a recent conviction for affray, his licence

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has still been renewed. Under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act ex-

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offenders can wipe the slate clean once a period of time has elapsed,

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but taxi drivers are ex em -- exemp. While this driver couldn't do

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school contracts there was nothing to stop him carrying children. You

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could have picked up young boys or girls from the station? Yes. I did.

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You did? I did, yes. You had to take up any fare, unless they were

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known prostitutes, drunks or known to be violent. All taxi drivers are

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subject to checks by the Crimial Records Bureau, but councils can

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still knowingly and legally licence those who have offended in the past.

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James Button is a solicitor specialising in taxi licencing law.

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People do reform and change. People do recognise the error of their

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ways. That's fine. As with all things, it's fine up to a point.

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You do get people who are serial criminals and those are the people

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who the system should and I emphasise should, prevent from

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being licenced. This cab firm deals with around 15,000 passengers every

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week. They insist the overwhelming majority of drivers are safe to use.

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I would guarantee in our association that 99.9% of all

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drivers are genuine drivers. If the public has any problems go straight

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to the Public Protection Department and they'll deal with it. A view

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echoed by Hull's Hackney carriage drivers, who launched a campaign

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today. The vast majority of drivers are very trustworthy. You always

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get the rogue element in any trade. Obviously, it doesn't concern me at

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all. The Hackney carriage and the private hire industry are very safe.

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This woman, though, has a different story to tell. She has recorded --

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reported to police she endured 20 minutes of terror was a taxi driver

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allegedly refused to let her out, because he wanted her phone instead

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of the fare. He was going really fast on the main road, so I knew

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there was no point in jumping off. We got to the junction and he

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stopped and he was picking up speed and that was my opportunity then to

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jump out. I was terrified. During the past two years, at least three

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taxi drivers from Hull have been jailed. Two of them had sexually

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assaulted their passengers, but Humberside police say the cases are

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still very rare. The majority of the drivers in the city are law-

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abiding and trustworthy in that respect. Where the issues lie is

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when people get into vehicles that are not authorised to carry out

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that journey. Despite these reassurances, concerns remain about

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the licencing of ex-offenders. you think of people working with

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the public like that and licenced by the council, that they would

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have more stringent tests to ensure public safety. It's a concern not

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just for our students, but friends or family members if anything

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untoward were to happen to them, especially in the hands of somebody

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who has been given a licence. Despite any concerns raised, the

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official advice remains the same. It's much safer to take a licenced

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taxi even if the person behind the wheel has a criminal record.

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Vicky is in the centre of Hull right now. What have the City

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Council had to say about this? They've declined the opportunity to

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be interviewed by us, but they have issued a statement saying perm

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safety is of paramount importance and if they discover that any

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driver has been convicted or charged with any criminal activity

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then they'll have to appear before the city's committee and

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appropriate action will be taken. Now, if we had been able to

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interview them we would have liked to have asked them how robust the

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wetting procedures are. While our report ha centred on Hull, I must

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stress that this situation is quite common across the country and in

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many ways, Hull's more proactive in some of the procedures. For

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instance, they insist on the annual licencing of their taxies. This is

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recently been taken up by East Lindsey council, who is following

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suit. Another thing I have to point out is that a tax on tax I --

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attacks on taxi drivers are much more common than the other way

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round, and the safest way during this party season is by licenced

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taxi, rather than any bogus or other cabs at all. Thank you.

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We throw this one open to you tonight. Do you think the law

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surrounding taxi drivers needs to be toughened up? Do you think they

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have served their time and should be allowed to get on with earning a

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living? Maybe you are a driver More news. Plans to move the Red

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Arrows from RAF Scampton near Lincoln to RAF Waddington have been

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put on hold. The previous Government had announced the base

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would be closing, but that was suspended because of the Spending

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Review and operations in Libya. Today the Ministry of Defence has

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said it will be reviewing the decision to move the Reds. It'll

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publish its findings in the new year. Former Scunthorpe MP, Elliot

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Morley, has been ordered to pay more than �56,000 in costs, after

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being convicted of fiddling his expenses. Morley was jailed in May

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after admitting fraudulently claiming around �30,000 of

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Parliamentary expenses. Today an order's been made by a judge in

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London for him to repay his Legal Aid and prosecution costs. Snow and

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ice caused problems for drivers this morning. The A163 in Holme on

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Spalding Moor in East Yorkshire was closed for several hours after a

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three-vehicle accident. No-one was hurt. The name of a man who died in

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this crash near Caistor yesterday morning has been released. Mohamed

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Azzabi was 43 and from Nettleton near Market Rasen. Four children

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and a woman who were in his vehicle are still in hospital with serious

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injuries. The MP for Brigg and Goole has been leading a debate in

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Parliament on his proposals to introduce compulsory money

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management lessons in schools. Andrew Percy wants young people to

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get the training to try and stop them getting into debt later in

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life. More than 100,000 people have also signed a online petition

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backing his report. It's not about moralising about debt. It's not

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about that. It's not about educating people never to be in

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debt, but providing people with the appropriate skills. Still ahead -

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painstaking work to preserve the past. The film archive that's come

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to Lincolnshire. I don't know what scampi is. I've had it in

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restaurants. It's very nice. Not a clue what it is. Yes, scampi update,

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all will be revealed. The photograph tonight is from Horn see

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Mere. Several people have been writing

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this afternoon from South Yorkshire saying that they want an apology

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tonight. What about your feature on scampi? No, about the fact that

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last night's forecast was a bit - what's the word I'm looking for,

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what's the word I'm looking for, wrong? I suppose we had a bit of

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snow in Sheffield. It is snow in December, but we didn't get that

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one right. We did forecast widespread ice. I'm sure you were

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going to point that out to your millions of viewers. He has gone

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quiet. You're on your own. excited about the scampi piece.

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We'll look at the warning. It's in place. We could have icy patches

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once again on untreated surfaces. There is the nasty looking area of

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low, which will push way to the south. The interesting thing is the

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northern edge of that rain could fringe into the extreme south of

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Lincolnshire. A bit of sleet towards the end of the night.

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Actually, we have ended the day with plenty of clear weather.

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Temperatures will drop away quite smartly. A risk of one or two

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showers from the west. Then the wind switches to the east. To the

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end of the night, watch the extreme south. It would bring rain or sleet

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and patchy, light snow. Elsewhere, watch out for ice on untreated

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surfaces. Temperatures around It looks like tomorrow will be

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quite cold, a bit windy and any sleet and snow with rain pushing

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away south from south Lincolnshire and quite cloudy skies. There is a

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risk of a scattering of showers. Mainly of rain. Perhaps a little

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sleet. Even a bit of wet snow, but chiefly over the top of the moors.

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Frosty at night. Wintry showers to Frosty at night. Wintry showers to

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come. Dotdot The high streets are struggle in the run-up to Christmas

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according to figures out today. Retail figures have fallen despite

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Retail figures have fallen despite heavy discounts. In the third part

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of our series on the economy, our business reporter looks at how

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shoppers are spending less and also shoppers are spending less and also

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shoppers are spending less and also shoppers are spending less and also

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searching for a bargain. company

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company behind this pound shop is now opening a new store at the rate

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of one a week. Here, they are hoping for record Christmas sales.

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Our Christmas is going to be our best-ever Christmas, but generally

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speaking people are being very careful in what they are spending

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and where they are spending it. Poundland's latest store is opening

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in Lincoln. It's a relatively affluent city, but habits are

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changing. What is clear, it's rarely been so competitive on the

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high street and the rise of the pound shop perhaps tells us that

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shoppers are more than ever seeking value. Also, that there's less

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money to spend. This shop is a successful independent business,

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but recently it's been surrounded by discount stores, where

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sandwiches can cost as little as �1ment It has pushed up to up our

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game and open a night-time shop next door. We took over that and

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started to do late-night food. Sales, discounts and offers - shops

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are working hard to try to bring custom in. Will you spend more this

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year or less than last year? Less than last year. Why? Because I

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haven't got it. I feel as though I should look after what I've got.

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You are cautious? Yeah. With thrift on the agenda, the stores selling

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the big-ticket eye Emms know they'll have to work hard for their

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money. People are searching round for the bargain and value out of

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the product. There's no doubt about that. There are smaller items being

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sold. Different kinds of a feel to this year. In east Yorkshire and

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Lincolnshire average salaries are continuing to be outstripped by

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inflation and the high street is just one place where the pain is

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continuing to be felt. Paul's been following this story all week. It's

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been a pretty grim week of economic news. Is there any cause for hope?

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You are right. It's been gloomy. We have seen inflation at 4.8% and

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average annual salaries are falling and unemployment is going up here.

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If there is a glimmer, it's the Christmas shoppers, because the

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high street has rarely been as competitive as it is. Every shop is

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undercutting the next. Some of the discounts out there now are

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unbelievable. The problem is they are unsustainable too. Many

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retailers are going to have a very tough time if they don't shift

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their produce in the run-up to Christmas. Thank you.

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Thanks to every who -- everyone who got in touch about a new shopping

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centre to be built on the outskirts of Scunthorpe. There were a -- an

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equal number of votes yesterday. I'm thrid for Scunthorpe, bringing

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money back -- thrilled for Scunthorpe, bringing money back

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into the area. People will be able to come into town and get the rest

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of their shopping and it will be jobs and money in our area.

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traffic is unbelievable, so with them being there it's terrible.

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It's disgusting. We have both sides on the radio earlier today and

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again, a huge response. Thank you for the messages after last night's

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programme. Just a few. First, John Because of the response, we'll have

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more on this tomorrow lunch time on the radio, if you can join me.

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Plans for a �50 million development in Mablethorpe have been turned

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down by councillors. Developers had wanted to build 180 new homes,

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together with a supermarket, garage and pub and restaurant, but

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campaigners had argued it would increase the chance of flooding.

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BAe Systems say they are more optimistic about their future,

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after a meeting with David Cameron. Staff from the site in Brough

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arrived back in east Yorkshire last night, after going to see the Prime

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Minister about plans to mothball the site. David Cameron said he

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would put pressure on the company to rethink its proposals, to make

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almost 900 people redundant. Hull City boss, nick Barmby, says

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he hopes the few days off will make the players feel refreshed. They

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recovered before their game this weekend. Barmby has now won four of

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his six games since taking charge. City are fifth in the championship.

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That is their highest position since falling from the Premier

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League. Then we have the Leicester game and Birmingham and then

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Coventry, as in the way they play and got the ball forward, that was

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quicker. Then the big teams and two centre forwards, so it's been a

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demanding week. They deserve a couple of days off. They've rested

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and done the right things and been looking sharp. We'll have

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commentary of the match on Saturday on the radio. Lincoln City FC has

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been spreading Christmas cheer at the county hospital. The squad

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visited the children's wards to meet some of the youngsters and to

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hand out gifts. The manager, David Holdsworth, says that getting into

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the community is important for the club and the players. It's a very

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pleasant surprise. It's very nice. Enjoyable. It's very nice. It was a

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big surprise. We recognise we are in a community and to give just a

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tiny little bit back to the community means a lot. Something to

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listen out for on your own BBC local radio in the morning, when

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you get a chance to put questions about key local services. Stephen

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Parnaby, the leader of East Riding of Yorkshire council, will be on

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radio and Kieron Nelson of Anglian Water will be taking your questions.

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It's the feature we call Hot Seat. If you are concerned about council

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tax in east Yorkshire or worried about your water bill in

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Lincolnshire then listen in: Lincoln has become home to a huge

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archive of films. Thousands of items from across large parts of

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the country. The collection based at the university, aims to preserve

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films like this one, from Skegness in the 1960s, for generations to

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come. Phil has the story. It's a treasure trove of memories. Films

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which tell family stories and remind us of days gone by.

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first call was alSkegness weather station, where we could watch the

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weather recorded as it happens. Of course, it was a beautiful, sunny

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day. It always has good weather. This family's memories were filmed

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for the council. The year is 1961 and shows many sites still around

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today. Here we are driving along South Parade, around the clocktower

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to the Embassy Ballroom. It's not always so much what is happening in

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the foreground. I think this is what people need to understand.

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They think it's not going to be of interest to anybody, but them, but

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it's Whapping behind, which gives us so much information about --

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what is happening behind and which gives us so much information about

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what is going on. The university has 70,000 films, the oldest of

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which dates back 114 years. Handling these films is of course a

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delicate job. As we can see here, many arrive in the poor state of

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repair. For the team responsible, there's often weeks of work to make

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sure they survive. People who haven't seen the films maybe since

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they shot them and if they had a projector and they haven't seen it

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since then, it's a great thing to get a note back from a depositer,

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saying how happy they are that they've got to see the films.

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centre already receives around 20 new films a week and today this

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lady brought in her collection. don't know what they are. The fill

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pldz are believed to have recorded life at Stoke-on-Trent's theatre

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and could have early performances from two well-known actors.

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actors were a young Ben Kingsley and Robert Powell. They were in the

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documentary plays at the theatre. They may well be here in more

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scenes that have never been seen. lovely garden here and lot of roses.

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All the films stored here can be viewed by the public, so if you've

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got treasured memories in the loft, donating them cob the -- could be

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the best idea and ensuring their survival for future generations to

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enjoy. As advertised, out of all the questions typed into Google

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this year, this the second-most popular - what is scampi? No-one

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seems to know why so many people want to know, but what we do know

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is that half of all the UK's scampi is produced right here in east

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Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. The Royal Wedding, celebrity gossip and

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cheap flights. All popular topics that internet users have been

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gooingling this year, but the second-most -- gooingling this year,

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but the second-most asked question was about scampi. Scampi is

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Langersteen and it can be known as Norwegian lobster and it's a hard-

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shelled crustation. They don't realise it's the Langersteen tail.

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Scampi was developed during World War II. German U boats and a

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shortage of trawlermen means that they became popular. Now, thousands

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of tonnes of it are produce inside Grimsby. It's an industry worth 62

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million a year. 50% of squam my is produced here. -- scampi is

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produced here. The question is, do people know. Yes, it's very nice,

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but I've not a clue what it is. Fish and it's in batter. It's a

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fish. I'm not quite sure. I'm quite ashamed. The most popular question

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asked was what is AV, but Google says it was closely followed by

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what is scampi? It also surprised us a lot. To be honest, we don't

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know why it is that interesting. It's really unusual. It may be a

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popular choice on today's menu, but across the country many still

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aren't exactly sure what it is. Norwegian lobster in a basket. A

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recap of the main national and regional news - more than 13,000

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troops are drafted in to provide extra security for the Games in

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London. Concern over former criminals working as taxi drivers.

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A special investigation looked at whether vetting is tough enough.

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The weather for Friday - cloudy at times and further showers of rain

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and sleet. Some snow possible over higher ground. A response coming in

:26:42.:26:47.

on the subject of taxi drivers, after that report from Vicky

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Johnson earlier. One here, "Surely it should depend on the nature of

:26:51.:26:55.

their offence. Violent crime is a no-no, but non-payment of tax is

:26:55.:27:00.

less of a problem." And this from Morgan, "Once a criminal, always a

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criminal. They'll not change. This is an exact reason why I am

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frightened of taxies." This from Sheila, "You should make sure there

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is more than one person in a taxi. Especially if living near each

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other." This from George, "Any taxi driver prosecuted for serious

:27:17.:27:22.

offences should have their licence taken away for life." Just finally,

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this from Kerry, "If they have a criminal record then I think no,

:27:25.:27:29.

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