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Good evening. And welcome to Look North. The headlines tonight. A

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woman dies in a suspected carbon monoxide leak. We will have the

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details from the scene live. A landscape that has provided

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inspiration but is rubbish blighting the view of the Yorkshire

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woels? Loads of people, they come in here in summer time, and they

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won't want to look at a heap of rubbish. A city divided over the

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need for late-night shopping through the year. And the former

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soldier training to climb the world's highest mountain. Join me

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for the latest on the risk of snow this weekend. There is an early

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warning in force. More coming up Good evening. A woman has died and

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a man has had to be rescued from flats in Cleethorpes after a

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suspected poisonous gas leak. The gas, is thought to have been carbon

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monoxide. An investigation is under way at the scene on Bar Croft Road.

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What can you tell us about this Lindsay? I can tell you that a

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postmortem examination is being carried out on the body of a lady

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in her 50s who was found in this flat last night. Firefighters broke

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into the property where wearing breathing apparatus because their

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monitors were show hag the gas seeping out were so high. A

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gentleman on the bottom floor was saved. Another people from

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neighbouring properties were evacuated, but this is such a

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tragic loss of life. We found out this community know all too well

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the dangers of this silent killer. This is anary where with a strong

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Neighbourhood Watch group. A group who just last year distributed

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carbon monoxide alarms to its residents. But it appears the lady

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in this first floor flat wasn't using hers. Levels of the gas were

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so high, it act vaited next door's alarm. We found severe high

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concentration of carbon monoxide, to this property. We managed to

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alert the gentleman in the top floor flat who came out of the

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building, we had to force entry into the lower, into the ground

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floor flat, where unfortunately we found a lady believed to be in her

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50s, that had died. It is not the first death in Cleethorpes linked

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to the gas. In 2006, a man died after a suspected leak in an

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Alexander Road flat. It has left neighbours shocked Us with having

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children ourselves, we are going to get our boiler and everything else

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checked out, to be on the safe side. It is scary. You need to get your

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appliances checked over. Every year it is estimated that round 4,000

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people go to Accident & Emergency with symptoms to carbon monoxide

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poise nince. 200 people are hospitalised and there are round 50

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deaths in England and Wales. cold spells such as we experience

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now, heaters and appliances that haven't been used for some time,

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that haven't been serviced are found to be faulty, and that

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released carbon monoxide into the property, if the property is not

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adequately ventilated. Humberside Police will begin an investigation.

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It is likely to focus on the gas safety checks in this rented

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property. Lindsay, how can other households avoid this happening to

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them? Well, if they haven't used a gas fire or heater since it was

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cold last year, then get it checkled by a qualified technician,

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the temptation during this cold spell is just to switch it on, but

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we are told by fire safety officials that that is a dangerous

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hinge to do. If you live in a rented property, ask your landlord

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to see the documentation on his gas safety checks, but arguably most

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important of all it is to install a carbon monoxide alarm. They only

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cost a few pounds and I am sure the neighbours to this house would

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testify that is money well spent. Joining me from Leeds is saysy

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Roger, she lost her son Dominic to carbon monoxide poisoning in 2004.

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She has set up a campaign to warn others about the dangers. Good

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evening to you. Good evening. is this gas so dangerous? Because

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it is invisible. It is like a ghost. It is called the silent killer

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because you can't see it, you can't smell it, and there is no way you

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can tell it is there. How can we get the message across to people it

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is so dangerous? We just need to, you know, check on people, make

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sure they have their carbon monoxide alarms, make sure the

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landlords are giving the tenants gas safety certificates. If they

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are not the landlords are breaking the law on this. What is your

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message to people tonight, about the risks of this, as you call, the

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silent killer? My main thing is get your gas appliances check by a gas

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safe engineer and buy a carbon monoxide alarm. I didn't have a

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carbon monoxide alarm when I lost Dominic, and in my case, the carbon

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monoxide was coming from next door's house, into mine, so

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although your appliances might be fine, what about next doors? You

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cannot risk it on your family. in a way, yours is obviously a

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dreadful story, in a way you need to tackle the neighbours as well..

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That is it. You know what I mean. We are not gas -- gas experts at

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the end of the day. If it is going to come from next door, then, you

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know, it is a real big problem. After a story like yours, going

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back to 2004 and hearing another one, it must depress you immensely.

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Yes, it does, but, you know, it is something so horrible, that it

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keeps it in the press and it gets to people, the awareness, that is

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what we have do. Thank you for your time. Now, in a moment on the

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programme. Confusion over the final resting place of Christopher Alder.

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Now, they have inspired the paintings of hock but visitors say

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the Yorkshire Wolds are being blighted by fly-tippers. The new

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exhibition of the artist's paintings is on display at the

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Royal Academy in London, drawing huge crowds. Now there are fears

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that the real landscape of the Wolds is being ruined by the waste

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that is being dumped there. A work of natural art. Wrecked by human

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hand. David Hockney may have put the woulds on a tourist map, but

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today press criticism his paintings have airbrush out a litter strewn

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reality. Art Gallery silence replaced by frantic cleaningful.

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is a problem fly-tipping up ehere, it has been for a number of years,

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now then David Hockney has put this exhibition on in London, loads of

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people will be coming here in summer time and they won't want to

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look at a heap of rubbish. tourist group welcome to Yorkshire

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believe the Hockney trail could bring thousands of visitors here,

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but once they have come here, will they come back when you are seeing

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the likes of all this rubbish being picked up by the East Riding of

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Yorkshire council. But council clearing is limited to public land

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so on private property the gas canisters are staying put. And that

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is frustrating for Billy Pickering's stables nearby which

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fear a tourism backlash. We rely on the holiday makers who love the

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open countryside. They don't want to be seeing this sort of thing.

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The council are wonderful, you know, as soon as it has been there a few

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days they gather it up and take it away. The worst problem is what has

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blown into the woods and anything that is dumped there. Clearing fly

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tipping costs more than � 00,000 a year. Graham Long says he has seen

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an improvement over last ten years. I don't think it is as bad as it

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was 20, 30 years ago. If grow back to old days you could see

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mattresses and all sorts but you don't see as much as they there

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used to be. There is no need. can take it to the tip. I doesn't

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it doesn't cost you. They are not foreigners they do it, they are

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your next door neighbour, our villagers. It is basically a

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disgrace. Tonight we are told the council wants the Wolds to be

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officially recognised as an area of outstanding natural beauty. But

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they may first need a few more trips to the tip. Contact details

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coming up, earlier I spoke to John Skidmore from the East Riding of

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Yorkshire council. I asked him what the council is doing to tackle the

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fly-tipping. We live in a beautiful tart of -- part of the country here,

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and the council works hard in keeping the roads, the grass verges

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and the public areas clean and tidy. The areas we have in the Wolds, the

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dumping is on private land, and clearly, we will, if we find

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evidence, prosecute those who are illegally depositing waste on

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private land and will take tough action through the courts. Clearly

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it is the land owner's responsibility where it is on

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private lands. People have been texting me, saying if you fine

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people properly they would stop it but they are not, they are getting

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away with it. Where we have evidence, Peter, and we have a

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track record of success through the court, but it is down to

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magistrates and the Crown Courts who set the level of fine, we will

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take tough action, and without hesitation. Take people through the

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courts, because there is no need to despoil the beautiful country side

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here in the East Riding, and we will take tough action. You are

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working fast to sort this out it has had National Policety today.

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Can the media take some credit for that? Peter, we have an ongoing

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operation in the East Riding where we constantly check and maintain

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and remove any waste that is illegally deposited on the roads,

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on the grass verge, if it is on public land. We want residents to

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use the facilities we provide and not dump in the East Riding, but

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clearly, we are working with the private land owners and today one

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agreed that the council would remove the waste, at his expense so

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it is not cost to the general public here. Your message tonight

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to those who are fly-tipping, particularly maybe small firms, we

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have Ian the gas canisters there, it doesn't sound as if it is a

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private individual. Your message is what? The message to those people

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is where we have evidence and we get reports from residents we will

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take tough accuse shund and pursue them from the courts and go for the

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maximum fine, because of a beautiful part of the country here

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in the East Riding and we want that for our residents and to support

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business. Thank you. I would be interested foe what you think of

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this one. Not just in the would bus what do you think of this? What

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needs to be done to stop fly- tipping. Start your text with Look

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North. I look forward to hearing of your thoughts on fly-tipping. Now,

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some more news round our area, the family of missing Hull man Stuart

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Gilson are offering a �2,000 reward for information that helps them

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find him. Today, search teams have been scouring the banks of the

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River Humber and the river Hull. The 21-year-old was last seen on

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the Drypool Bridge in Hull on Saturday, after a night out with

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friends. His family say it is totally out of character. The man

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who died after a police siege in Lincolnshire has been formally

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identified as Barry Horspool. The 61-year-old died at his home on

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Tuesday evening. Armed police had been called to the house on chapel

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gate after a firearms incident. A police officer was also injured. A

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second week of strike action by imham based tanker drivers has been

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suspected for talks. Staff employed by Wincanton have been disputing

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changes to pay and condition k conditions. Discussions are taking

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place between the company and the unions. One of Hull's largest

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employers says it is pleased with the annual results. Smith & Nephew

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says the Hull operation is performing well. It has warned that

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500 jobs will be cut from its global work force over the next

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three years as part of plans to reduce costs. Late-night shopping

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in Lincoln will continue even though the number of stores taking

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part has dropped. The scheme began last April, but since then, round

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40 of the 100 city centre shops which signed up have pulled out.

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Blaming a lack of demand. Organisers say they need to give it

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more time to become established. Empty streets with barely anyone

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round. This was what late-night shopping looked like in Lincoln

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last October. Scenes that prompted many shops to pull out. But today,

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organisers insist late opening on a This is the same pattern when

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Sunday trading started. Disappointing, but it needs to

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build. We want to maintain this, so people know there's Derry, late

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nights is a Lincoln. When later opening first started, more than

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100 shops took part. Now there is only around 60. Shops are split

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between those who were carrying on and those who say it is not worth

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their while. The it was not very viable. You have to pay staff costs,

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shop costs, and we were not making the money to warrant opening.

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can be quite yet, but we only need a few customers to make it

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worthwhile. -- it can be quiet. It across East Yorkshire and

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Lincolnshire, authorities are trying different ways to help

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retailers. South Kesteven district council has invested �18,000 in

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shop fronts improvements. In Driffield, local shops have started

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a loyalty scheme for customers. In Brigg and Scunthorpe, North

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Lincolnshire are offering free short-term parking to encourage

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more shoppers. Many shoppers have still to embrace late night

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shopping. It is a bit cold but in summer, more likely to come out.

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it will seem to manage without. Some shops say they are willing to

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give let 98 -- some shops say they are willing to give late opening

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another try it once the customers are there.

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Let us know is enough being done in your area or?

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Hundar that people have failed to have their bins emptied in East

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Riding because the council says it has had too much recycling to

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collect. Some residents in Ellerton and Brough have been told to leave

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their bins on the street until a council has the capacity to take

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their glass, paper and plastics away. The council says it hopes to

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have played the back lock -- the council hopes to have cleared the

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backlog by the weekend. It looks a mess. We tried to recycle as much

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as possible. I am annoyed about that. They could let us know what

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is happening. We have left our bins out since Monday, in case they do

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come back. Still ahead: Confusion over the final resting place of

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Christopher Alder. Tackling the world's highest

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mountain. A former soldier prepares Keep the pictures coming in.

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Tonight's is of Spurn Point and was taken by Alan Dalgairns. Thank you

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for that. Another picture tomorrow. It looks cold tonight.

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I do the forecast around here! A message saying, just seen Peter

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running past our shop looking tanned and wearing a cheap and Iraq.

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You're so classic! I was in a coffee shop.

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We have had a few flurries of snow across our region today. This was

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Boston, and this was Glanford Park. They have the covers in preparation

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for this week's fixture. If it was like that in London, things would

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have grounded to wear a halt. Seriously, we have a weather

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warning in place for the weekend. We reckon it will be a feature for

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the end of Saturday, into a Saturday evening and night. There

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could be some heavy snowfall. I will be a new radio station

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tomorrow and back on BBC Look North. It is a -- it is an important

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forecast for Saturday. You can see why we have had snow flurries. This

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thicker cloud has been edging him from the North Sea. I think we will

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see further snow flurries this evening and overnight, especially

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towards the coast. Further west, the cloud will gradually melt away.

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Temperatures will be down to minus four, minus five. That is 23

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degrees Fahrenheit. There could be some cloud left Dover and Grand

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Prix Lincolnshire and Norfolk coast. Most places will have some sunshine

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tomorrow, although that might turn hazy. Temperatures really

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struggling. Over the world, not getting above freezing point.

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Dashed over the Wolds. Saturday, a You will have details tomorrow.

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You'll be all over the radio station like to cheaper code.

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Not as cheap as yours! You walk into that!

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I certainly did. Now, 11 years after he should have

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been buried, disagreement surrounds the final resting place of

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Christopher Alder. Mr all but died in custody at a police station in

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Hull in 1998. It is thought a mix- up at the elite mortuary led to the

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body of a woman, Grace Kamara, being buried in his place.

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The quiet calm of Hull's Western Cemetery will be disturbed and what

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was thought to be Christopher Alder's grave is exude. It seems

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likely the grave contains the remains of Grace Kamara, who died

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in 1999. There is growing confusion as to who should occupy that crave.

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-- Christopher Alder's grave is exude. Grace Kamara's family want

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her body to be returned there, as her body has the compose their.

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brother of Christopher Alder told me how shocked and upset he is. He

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said that the family thought his daughter's ashes would be returned

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to the grave. The next few weeks ago only likely to add to the

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distress of the families involved. Degrade will be exude, then DNA

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tests are likely to confirm the remains as being Grace Kamara. A

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second funeral for Christopher will take place shortly afterwards, but

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there is a question as to where his final resting place should be. The

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families are united in their quest for information. What stop them in

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2000, when Christopher's body was in a better condition, Grace

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Kamara's body was in a better condition, what stops them finding

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out them? I while the exhumation is scheduled for February 23rd, the

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final resting places for Christopher Alder and Grace Kamara

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could be harder to resolve. Thank you for your messages about

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our story that David Cameron has admitted he is disappointed at the

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UK losing a �10 billion aircraft order to France. He was responding

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to criticism from David Davis, who says India should be buying

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British-built Typhoons. We were talking about it on the programme

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last night. There was a big response on this. Many echoed the

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Thank you for all of theirs. He it looks as though Grimsby

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Town's future has been secured, thanks to the sale of a former

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player. John Fenty has confirmed the club will take a 25 % cut of

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Ryan Bennett's feet after he moved from Peterborough to Norwich.

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Scunthorpe United are set to name up to three new players for their

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game with Walsall on Saturday. They include the ex Hull City striker

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Jon Parkin and the Iron's former central defender David Mirfin.

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This year marks the Queen's diamond jubilee, and we would like to help

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

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became Queen. These are the first pictures of her returning to the

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country in 1952 after learning of her father's debt. We would like

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your memories of that moment, and let us know if you have met the

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Queen. Here are how you can get in touch. -- here are the details of

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Eight former soldier from Lincoln has joined a group of injured

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servicemen who are training to climb Mount Everest to raise money

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for charity. Right form and Chris Gwilt lost his hearing during be

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grenade attack. -- Write For man Chris quilt. He travelled to the

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North Pole last year with Prince Harry. They hope to raise �2

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million. The Lake District made from the

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backdrop for the latest training exercise, but soon, these soldiers

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will be climbing up something a little bigger, Mount Everest. Among

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them is Chris Gwilt from Lincoln. Eight grenade struck the wall

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behind me. I lost hearing in both ears. I have an implant and a

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hearing aid. Tackling the world's highest mountain will mean testing

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them south to the limit. Like the other soldiers he is climbing with,

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Chris's condition will bring extra challenges. My hearing aid and

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implants are not waterproof. They can be damaged with prolonged

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exposure to water, so I have to be careful about that. I was involved

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in a petrol bomb incident which left me with their it is 7% burns.

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I have to be careful about frostbite. For me, it is a balance

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issue. My arm is a dead weight. This is not the first time injured

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soldiers have embarked on such a challenge. Last year, a prince --

:25:43.:25:53.
:25:53.:25:54.

big group went to the North Pole, taking Prince Harry with them.

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think it is good to help the charity and make people more aware

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of disabled and injured people, especially soldiers in that state.

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Personally, I think I will enjoy it. So far, they have climbed up the

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world's aides highest mountain. They will head for Everest in March.

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Let's have a recap of the headlines. Prince William flies into the

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Falklands and the diplomatic row between Britain and Argentina.

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A woman dies in a suspected carbon monoxide leak.

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Tomorrow: A frosty start them a spells of sunshine. It will be

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bitterly cold, as we head from Paul. Top temperatures around one or two

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Celsius. Response coming in on the subject of fly-tipping. Chris says,

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you have to ask why people engage in fly-tipping, it is to avoid

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waste disposal costs, councils need to make it free and easy to dispose

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of all waste. Liz agrees, maybe if councils let people use recycling

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resources for free, it would not be an issue. Somebody says, it is

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disgusting that people use the countryside in this way. Paul says,

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