27/01/2012 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


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

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The multi-million pound business boost from the Olympics, but the MP

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for East Yorkshire says there's little benefit for his area. So it

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is London centric and the large Olympic legacy will be mainly based

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in London. A high-level meeting appears to

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bring lower bridge tolls a step closer.

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A campaign to let rural communities vote on the return of traditional

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fox hunts. Let the people who live in hunting country decide how the

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countryside should be run. And join me live at this new

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exhibition. It is all about broken hearts and wide disposing of items

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like this can often bring closer and happiness.

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And an interesting change in the weather on the way. Much colder as

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we head into next week. With exactly six months to go until

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the start of the Olympics, a local MP has questioned the value of the

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Games to our area. Greg Knight, who represents East Yorkshire, claims

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London 2012 will do little for his constituents. That is despite

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figures showing businesses in Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and the

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rest of the East Midlands have already benefited to the tune of

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more than �400 million from the They may not produce running shoes

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or cycling shorts, but Arco in Hull are busy kitting out the Olympics.

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Half a million pieces of safety equipment will leave this depot

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before the opening ceremony, from fire extinguishers to safety vests

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to hard hats. 26 Thursdays, I worked out this morning. That makes

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it quite close. We are really proud to be associated with what is going

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to be the biggest event the UK has ever staged. 70,000 volunteers will

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work as stewards joined the Olympics helping spectators and

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athletes. They will be kitted out with uniform from this country. It

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is a top-secret design that has been specially signed off by Boris

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Johnson. Despite success stories like Arco's,

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not everyone is convinced there is gold at the end of the Olympic

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rainbow. Yesterday, East Yorkshire MP Greg Knight questioned the

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game's value. When that flaming torch goes round the country, is it

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not the case that the fuel it will be burning his pine sterling?

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Mr Knight's constituency will be home to one of three national teams

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training in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. The Chinese

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Pentathlon team are using facilities at Bishop Burton.

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Egyptian paralympians will practise across Lincolnshire including the

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Meridian Leisure Centre at Louth. The Sierra Leone team have been

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offered sports centres in Hull. each of these teams will get a

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grant of �25,000. That will be spent on the accommodation and food.

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We are hoping they will cite sea while they are here as well.

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As well as sightseeing, it is hoped the athletes themselves will pull

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in the tourists. Attractions including the deep, the Yorkshire

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Wolds and Lincoln Cathedral are gearing up for more visitors.

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will be decorating the whole square. We have Olympic flags and bunting

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and we are bringing in flowers and a cafe area.

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East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire's Olympic legacy may be bronze

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compared to London's Gold. But many businesses here say any boost is

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welcome in these tough times. Earlier today, I spoke to MP Greg

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Knight and asked him why he thought the Games would have no benefit for

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many areas of the country, including his constituency of East

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Yorkshire. My concern relates solely to the

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overrun. I was quite happy when London won the Olympics at a cost,

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we were told, of �2.3 billion. I am aware that some local firms were

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given contracts out of that initial budgeting. My concerns are now are

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that the budget has gone to five times that amount. If you have a

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builder quote for repairs to your house, you might expect the final

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bill to be 10% or 15% above the estimate, but not five times the

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estimate. That is what is happening with the Olympic Games. Far too

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much of taxpayer's money is being squandered. What about the Olympic

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Delivery Agency? They save firms have won 43 of the most valuable

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and most important contract work - �74 million. Those contracts, out

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of the original budgeting. What we are now seeing is money being spent

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like there's no tomorrow. �335,000 has just been spent four or they

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sculpture in Dorset. Those taking part in sealing them look at it!

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This is with hard-earned taxpayers' money. But there are contracts for

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work for our part of the world. You cannot say there is no benefit for

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East Yorkshire. I am saying there is no benefit I am aware of from

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the increase in the Budget in East Yorkshire. I have no difficulty at

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all with the Abid -- original budgeting of �2.3 billion. That has

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now bloated to �12 billion. It is the bloating figure, the difference

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between 2.-1294967284 billion, which I question whether any of it

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is coming to East Yorkshire. What would you ideally like to see

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happen? Do you think the Games is a waste of money? I think the Games

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as originally budgeted was something we could all be proud of?

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Taxpayers' money, once the word Olympics is seen on the Bill line

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of the Budget, it appears people are saying pay it. Someone has to

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get a grip. The National Audit Office are not happy, the taxpayers

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a lions are not happy. When local people are being thrown out of work,

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when people were being told there is no money for community groups,

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when people were being told their pensions will have to be revised

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because Britain has no money, this sort of spending is offensive.

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What benefits do you think our area is getting from the Olympic Games?

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Or is Greg Knight right to be In a moment...

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Lincoln rower Emily Taylor and her fight fight for an Olympic place.

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A deal to cut tolls on the Humber Bridge by half appears to have

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taken a step closer tonight. The Government has already offered to

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write off �150m of the Bridge debt. Four local councils have been

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negotiating how they'll share financial responsibility for the

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remainder. North East Lincolnshire Council had said it wanted to

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underwrite less debt than the three others. But that stance seems to

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have softened tonight following what was described as a

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constructive meeting. All smiles this evening. The leader

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of North East Lincolnshire Council was much more optimistic about

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working with other councils and the Government to reduce tolls. It is

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now his understanding that the financial burden of the bridge deal

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with the Government is not as big as first thought. We're not going

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to be asked to underwrite the debt. We are underwriting the share of

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the operating costs. That is a different scenario, and very

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sustainable. The arguments between the consuls have been based on

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worries that if the plans to cut tolls feels, local taxpayers will

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have to pick up the Bill for the bridges debts. It now seems that

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liability has been misunderstood and tolls could sued be cut.

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want want by and 50 tolls as soon as possible. The beginning of the

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financial year would be great. We don't want it ratcheted up to �3

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because the sums add up. -- sums don't add up. If the councils can

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agree, then that tolls can be have to. For this company, that they

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can't come quickly enough. Quayside spends �80,000 the year crossing

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the bridge to deliver fish around the UK. It is very late in the day

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to start arguing amongst themselves about politics. The politicians

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really need to look at the economics of North East

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Lincolnshire. There is a lot of movement over that bridge. We need

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to get something reduced and have a say in the bridge itself. Despite

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today's stepped forward, there are nagging questions about whether the

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plan to reduce tolls can work in the longer term and whether tolls

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will need to go up in future years if insufficient volumes of traffic

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take advantage of them going down in the first place.

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Joining me now in the studio is Lord Haskins, the Chairman of the

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Humber Local Enterprise Partnership, which has the task of bringing

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investment and jobs to both sides of the Humber. These talks are

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dragging on, aren't they? How worried are you about the fact that

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the four councils havn't been able to agree?

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It will get sorted. The figures are still a bit up and the air. They

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have not let me have other captain yet. But they're going to agree you

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for us to look at the next week. The business community wants to be

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sure that these figures are right. Do you get the feeling that they

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might be flawed? The deal at the moment could be better. More of the

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loan could be written off, and that is an option if we felt the figures

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did not work. They have made a certain assumption about volume

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increases, which business people might be sceptical about. Until I

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have gone through the figures, I cannot say much more. Were you

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surprised we appeared to have got the wrong end of the stick over

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this? It does not look great in London. They have got their heads

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round at SVRs now. All we get is a tremendous amount of goodwill from

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London. Why is it important that the tolls are reduced and reduce to

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soon? They have been very high for a start. Secondly, there is clearly

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some economic activity, potentially, to be benefited from the word holes.

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The original idea of the Humber Bridge was there was going to be a

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huge amount of traffic across it. This is a step in the right

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direction. How much difference it will make, I do not know. There are

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a lot of people travelling expensively a cross that bridge.

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must make your job of attracting business to the area more difficult.

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When it is all done, and we are down to him there were level, that

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will be a much easier sell. If you want to work in Hull but live in

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Lincolnshire, you will be able to do so. Given what you know so far,

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are we still on for April? I should hope so. We will have to go through

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it in the next week or two. But you are confident? Yes. And if it isn't

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right, we can go back to the Treasury in two or three years'

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time and have a renegotiation. Thank you.

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Police divers have been carrying out searches today as part of a

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murder investigation into the death of man who was discovered in a

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waterway in Boston. The body of a Polish man was found in the South

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Forty Foot drain close to the Redstone industrial estate on

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Wednesday. Police have spent the day collecting evidence at the

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scene and ask anyone with information to come forward. At the

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moment, we have the site for the man's body was taken from. Either

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ask that if anybody has seen anything that they feel is

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suspicious around that site, to come forward and speak to the

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police, no matter how small or insignificant they may feel it is.

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The husband of an East Yorkshire based Euro-MP, who became embroiled

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in a nepotism row, has said he's not taking her seat. Diana Wallis

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announced last week she would be stepping down as a Liberal Democrat

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MEP for Yorkshire and the Humber. Stewart Arnold was the party's

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second choice candidate, which entitled him to take over the job.

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However Mr Arnold has now decided not to take the post as he wants to

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support his wife, who is suffering Thank you for watching. Still ahead

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tonight: The campaigners who say only people in the countryside

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should get to vote on the future of hunting with dogs.

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The things people keep when couples split up, going on display for all

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Tonight picture is of Flamborough lighthouse. Thank you very much.

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Another picture on Monday. Talking of performing creatures. A good

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evening. Some nice pictures on this week but not one of the Humber

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Bridge. I don't think we want to go there, you're doing that on

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there, you're doing that on there, you're doing that on

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purpose! A lot to talk about tonight. A big departure and what

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we have had this winter. More on that in a moment. In the short term,

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a number of showers around right now. There could be a problem with

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based on some untreated surfaces. Dry with some sunshine is the

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headline for tomorrow. Into next week, a cold and continental feed

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means a sharp frost that night but a good deal of fine weather. That

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is a big change for the winter so far. Tomorrow is fairly nondescript

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with the land they care tried to get in but defeated. The cold

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continental air will win for much of next week. In the short term, a

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number of showers around. They have proved quite heavy through South

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Yorkshire. They are heading for Lincolnshire and it could be a bit

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windy with sleet and some snow, particularly over the London --

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eventually these heavy showers will slip away south-east. Skies will

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clear to some extent and that means a fairly low temperatures, close to

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freezing point. Some nice in rural areas and untreated services. Those

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are you're at high water times. A bit of missed first win in the

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morning, especially across Lincolnshire. That will break-up

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and then a nice day with some sunshine, a variable cloud and all

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parts looks set to be dry. Top afternoon temperatures just below

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normal. Highs of six Celsius. Sunday, mostly dry with the chance

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Sunday, mostly dry with the chance of one or two showers.

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Can you ask him not to look so smug when he says he called it will be?

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Or Lisa is always apologetic. Have a good weekend.

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Rural communities should be allowed to decide whether the ban on fox

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hunting is overturned. That's according to campaigners in East

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Yorkshire who are calling for a local referendum on the return of

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hunting with dogs. But animal welfare groups say they'll fight to

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keep the ban, which was introduced in 2005. More from our Political

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Editor Tim Iredale. Seven years have passed since

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hunting with Dogs was outlawed by Parliament. The these hunting

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enthusiasts and East Yorkshire remain committed to overturning the

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ban. The hunts have carried on but they just follow a trail and do not

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catch the talks is any more. Let the people who live in hunting

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country decide how it it should be run. There should be County

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referenda across the country and then that would be democratic.

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Prime Minister has promised MPs a free vote on the repeal of the

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Hunting Act but no date has been set yet. My problem has always been

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that it was just taking criminal law into any area of activity where

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it did not belong. We will wait for the House of Commons to the side

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and then we can decide. The public simply do not want a return to

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hunting or to turn the clocks back. Even now, there are a number of

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Conservative MPs who have come out and say that -- said they do not

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support the appeal. Opponents say that public opinion is still firmly

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in favour of the ban. According to one recent opinion poll, 69% of

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those questioned whether against the return of hunting wild animals

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with dogs. Here in Beverley, at traditional hunting town, opinion

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is divided. I think there is no reason why they should not. I do

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not agree with hunting a tall and think it is unnecessary. There are

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more humane ways of keeping the fox population down. Absolutely not.

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Why should any animal be torn to pieces like that? It is a more

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realistic way of keeping the fox population down. Overturning a

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hunting ban does not appear to be a priority for the government at the

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moment. The pro-hunt lobby say they will continue to keep up the

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pressure for another of vote on this controversial law.

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And the future of the hunting ban will be debated on this weekend's

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Sunday Politics, that's from noon on BBC One.

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A pilot from RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire has become the first

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to be authorised to break the sound barrier flying at supersonic speed

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over land. A Typhoon plane caused a sonic boom heard by thousands of

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people yesterday. It was taking part in a security training

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exercise ahead of the Olympic games. The Ministry of Defence says it's

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still investigating if a plane was responsible for a huge bang heard

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over Grimsby last week. They have been some comments on

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that one. A rower from Lincoln is hoping she can find the form to

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earn a place in the Olympic squad. A year ago, Emily Taylor wasn't

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even in the elite squad but now with six months to go, her

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performances are making selectors sit up and take note. Our Olympics

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correspondent Simon Clark joined her at training today.

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Don at a lake in Berkshire named after Olympic heroes Redgrave and

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Pinsent. Already in the water, the woman's elite squad and among their

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number, Emily Taylor. Emily discovered growing at university

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and now, it just a few years later, she could be at the Olympic Games.

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Next week we're doing some testing on the water in pairs and we have

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to do really well and that. That will determine who or pairs partner

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for the final Olympic team trials as. In this part of the world, you

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don't need to go far to find it roars. -- rowers. Matthew Pinsent

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has been watching Emily's progress and says that making the squad is

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an achievement in itself. I am not saying she cannot do it, but it is

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already a massive achievement to get to the level she has made

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already. If she does make -- not make part of London, she will be

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part of the real generation in 2016. Everybody in London has been very

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helpful and I cannot be that sociable because I am training all

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the time but all my friends are very supportive of that. My mum and

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her husband have been absolutely amazing. I know that they are

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behind me 100%. It may be six months before we can cast our eyes

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on the Olympic Games but for these athletes, it is the next six weeks

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that are all-important. They have to be at their physical and mental

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best for the Olympic trials, the a pathway to London 2012.

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Fingers crossed for Emily. Hull City are preparing to meet the

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leaders of League Two, Crawley Town, in the fourth round of the FA Cup

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tomorrow. The Tigers will be hoping to continue their good run of form

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in the Championship. City have a fully fit squad to pick from as

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they look to make it through to the fifth round draw. All we want it is

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a big team. We're fully focused on Saturday and will be leaving

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nothing in the changing rooms and going for it. You can hear full

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commentary on that match tomorrow. BBC Radio Humberside's coverage

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gets underway at 1:30. They will also have commentary of Grimsby

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Town's match against Telford. And BBC Lincolnshire will be on air

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from 2pm tomorrow for Lincoln City's match at Kettering.

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This year marks the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and we'd like your help to

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celebrate this landmark event. 60 years ago, the former Princess

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Elizabeth became Queen on the death of George VI. These are the first

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pictures of the young Queen returning to the UK in 1952 after

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learning of her father's death. We'd like your memories of that

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moment and let us know if you've ever met the Queen. We'd like to

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hear what the Queen means to you. Here's how you can get in touch

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with us. You can ring one of our hotlines with your memories. The

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We look forward to hearing from you. Have you ever had a broken heart or

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been through a painful relationship breakup? Haven't we all? Well, you

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might find some comfort in an unusual exhibition of objects going

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on display in Sleaford which all tell their own painful story. Phil

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Connell is there for us this evening. What can we expect to see?

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It is possibly one of the most bizarre exhibitions you might have

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ever seen. It's the opening night here at Sleaford's National Centre

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for craft and design, and the room is full of stories of broken hearts

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and damaged dreams. These are the objects for which -- which for many

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people over the years have made things worse.

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It is a travelling exhibition from Croatia that has arrived in

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Sleaford with 73 often sad but extraordinary stories. An eclectic

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mix of objects that tell of tears, damaged hearts and broken

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relationships. This leg it was donated in Zagreb by a war veteran

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who fell in love with his social worker during the 1990s, during the

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war in Croatia. He finishes in a funny way saying that a lead lasted

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longer than the relationship because it was made a sturdier

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material. During the course of its travels, this moving museum has got

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bigger and bigger. Wherever it stops, vocals can offload at

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objects which may have been at constant reminder of painful times.

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Here in Sleaford, this 1974 record by 10 Ajax is one of several items

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already handed in. -- Terry Jacks. He had gone away so this is my son

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to him. It was very poignant at the time. This is a good way to get

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over it? It is. I have fond memories of my teenage love but 30

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years on it is time I handed it over. After over 30 years, Jane's

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broken teenage heart could soon be on the mend. Memories perhaps best

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forgotten but now for people to learn from.

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The first people to see the exhibition here tonight have

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discredit a bit like going for therapy. The good news is that if

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you have had a broken heart, the exhibition is here it right through

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April. A lady has donated this book on getting thin. The boyfriend who

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bought it, she says, is just a distant memory.

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If you're going, enjoy a! Let's get a recap of the national and

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regional headlines. The Royal Bank of Scotland's chief

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executive is under pressure to turn down his bonus of just under a

:26:40.:26:42.

million pounds. An East Yorkshire MP criticises the

:26:42.:26:45.

cost of the London Olympics and claims it will have little benefit

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for this area. Tomorrow's weather - a low cloud and mist at first then

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bright with sunny spells. Top temperatures around six Celsius.

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Big response on the subject of the Olympics. One tweeted to say that

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this far is benefits go, none. We pay taxes so that rich southerners

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can watch sports. Rachel disagrees. I am carrying the

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torch and running across Europe. We have raised the profile of Hull.

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I agree with everything it said about the Olympics - what a waste

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of money! All the other countries must be laughing that they do not

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have the expense. Greg is a rate - �10 billion would

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