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

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Police criticise drivers as freezing fog creates treacherous

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conditions on the roads. Then people drive to close without their

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light song. The tax payers in Lincolnshire who

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want a garden waste charge binned. The Queen meets the people of

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King's Lynn, 60 years after she came to the throne. It is with

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great pride that we welcome you here on and this remarkable day and

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give you our warmest good wishes for the forthcoming years.

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Frost, ice and fog to come tonight. The latest in 15 minutes.

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It's been a day of treacherous conditions on the roads in our area

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and police have criticised driving standards. Officers say many

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motorists are ploughing through thick freezing fog at high speeds

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and without lights. There have been a number of pile-ups on major roads

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in East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire. The icy conditions

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are expected to stay until Wednesday. How have the authorities

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coped with the ice and snow? Although local authorities are

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telling us is that they are coping well. Gritters from East Yorkshire

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and Lincolnshire have left their depots loaded up with grit to do

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more spreading throughout the night. The temperatures are predicted to

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hit as low as seven below freezing on the coast. There is only so much

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that gritters can do and drivers have to take some responsibility.

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From my own experience, it is tough going. It's driving conditions like

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these that the police are criticising. High speeds and per

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use of lights were a source of frustration for officers. They

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dealt with two major pile-ups. would urge everybody to you have at

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their lights on at all times. Driving appear this morning, I see

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that every other car have their lights off. It does not cost

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anything to have them on. Other people will be able to see you.

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a three-car collision close to the A15 for much of the morning. It is

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only a couple of weeks since these ice warning signs were installed.

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This road is the Tories for being I see, but fog was the problem today.

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Despite the problems here, most roads in our area have been moving

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freely. North Lincolnshire Council use 650 tonnes of grit over the

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weekend. Lincolnshire County Council treated nearly 2000 miles

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of the roads in preparation for the snow and used 11,000 tonnes of grit

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on Friday alone. It is something we are prepared for. They fair amount

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of snow came into Lincolnshire at 5 o'clock on Saturday evening. We

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have been working continuously since then. We have used 15,000

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tonnes and 4,000 of that have been over this weekend. It is not just

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local councils, but communities that tell us they have learnt

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lessons from last year's extreme winter. This was one year ago.

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Today, the village is coping well. This man says it is not only

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because there is less snow. county have done a lot more this

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year, based on what went on last year. We are ready for it. The

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county have supplied us with salt and grit, which we have hidden away.

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It is put out around the market place. It has been a quiet weekend

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for Joe Parsons. As the landlady, not even a heart-warming meals

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could join the punters. It was in your face as soon as the news came

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on. Good snow was backward and it's no? People were more prepared in

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one respect. They were more prepared to and had the memories of

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last year. Tonight, there is no let up at this gritting depot. Freezing

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temperatures are predicted to continue for the next few days.

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The police have given us some advice. If you must drive tonight

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or in the morning, remove eyes from your windscreens before you leave

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the house, keep your fog lights on and increase your braking distances

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to give a safe distance between you and the car in front of you. If you

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do not have to drive, do not do it. The accident on the A15 and the one

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last night on the M62, there were no major injuries. But that does

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not always have to be the case. What was your experience of

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conditions on the roads? Have the councils got it right this time

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with keeping the roads clear of In a moment...

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After having more than 100 photos sent in of the snow, we'll have

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advice on how to make the best of the startling scenery.

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The Queen has attended a ceremony in King's Lynn, 60 years to the day

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that she came to the throne. She was greeted by well-wishers before

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going into the town hall, where the Mayor of King's Lynn and West

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Norfolk made a Royal Address. behalf of the people of West

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Norfolk, we congratulate your Majesty on the occasion of the

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diamond anniversary of your recession to the throne. For 60

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years, your Majesty has given dedicated and exemplary service to

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the people of this country and the Commonwealth.

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After the address, the Queen went to spend time with children from

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the nearby Dersingham Infant and Nursery School. And today, people

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across our area have been re- counting their Royal memories. Phil

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Connell has the stories of those who have met the Queen in person,

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as well as those who remember the day in 1952 when a young princess

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became Queen. That slide is lower as the news

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spreads. The king is dead. For it was the sixth February, 1952. A

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dramatic news broadcast that would trigger weeks of morning. In our

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hearts we feel this cannot be. There was this mournful music on

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the radio. Programmes were suspended due to the death of his

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Majesty the King. Melbourne Randall was just seven years old but still

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remembers the day that was to change the life of a young princess.

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Everything stopped and the bus driver's, if I remember rightly,

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got out of their cabs. They stood for two minutes. I remember

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standing in a classroom for the silence and my teacher turned away

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at the end to wipe a tear from her eye. In the years that followed,

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the Queen was to revolutionise the monarchy with visits across

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Yorkshire and Lincolnshire providing many memorable moments.

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It was this engagement in 1981 which most in our area will

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remember best. I am very pleased to have been invited to open the

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Humber Bridge today. In the background that day were members of

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the police band, many of whom, 31 years on, can still remember the

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logistical problems the royal visit caused. She then went whizzing past

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and we had to pack up. Because of the security, we have to is a off

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down the sides, pack up all the gear up and return to the Guild

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Hall for when she finished her official lunch. Also playing for

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the Queen that day was Julia Thompson, neither band's longest

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serving member. It was such an honour. Representing the area was

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great. Just to play for the Queen, wonderful. While millions may have

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seen the Queen, not many have had the chance to invite her for tea.

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In 1999, Terry and Stella Cooney did just that, with Her Majesty

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dropping into their council house. She liked Yorkshire Water. Very

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little milk. She takes this weakness out of her handbag.

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stayed 20 minutes. She was only supposed to save 10. Her helicopter

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was waiting. They still have the Royal teacup to prove it - never

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washed and with the Queen's lipstick still in place.

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We'll have more details on the Diamond Jubilee celebrations later

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in the programme. Health inspectors have warned

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Lincoln County Hospital that it must improve. The Care Quality

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Commission says it found unacceptable failings on one ward

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during an unannounced visit. Our communities correspondent is here.

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What problems did the inspectors find?

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The inspection was carried out last November and they looked at five

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different words. One of the words, which specialises in care of the

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elderly, or was. To be a particular concern. They found one patient who

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had been left in a degrading situation for more than 30 minutes

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before being cleaned up. Another patient was in hospital for more

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than two days before being given a care plan. Do we care plans for a

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drum up was inconsistent and the not enough staff on duty.

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What of the hospital said? Height of the five words, only one

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was found to be feeling. But they admit it is unacceptable. We spoke

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to the medical director this afternoon and he said progress is

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already being made. I have been on Clayton wards. It is very busy. It

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was calm. The patients were getting proper care. We have measures in

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place and systems to ensure that we can assure ourselves that patients

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are getting the best possible care and we will continue to improve.

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This latest report from the Care Quality Commission comes after a

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whole series of critical reports last year from one of the trust

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other possibles, Boston Pilgrim. They have had another inspection

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and that report is due out soon. It apparently shows the progress has

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been made. Three men charged with the murder a

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Polish man in Boston have been remanded in custody by a Magistrate.

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The body of 28-year-old Yann Pavul Stockneealec was found in this

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drain on the 25th of January. The three men are due to appear at

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Lincoln Crown Court next week. Police are investigating claims of

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racist abuse against the Archbishop of York following comments he made

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about gay marriage. Dr John Sentamu sparked protests when he said

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marriage must remain between a man and a woman. Today, the

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Archbishop's office said he had received a small number of abusive

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and threatening emails of a racist nature.

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New sprinkler systems will save the lives of people in their homes.

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That's according to Humberside Fire and Rescue & Service. A system like

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this one has already been installed in some homes in the West Midlands,

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where people who have mobility problems are vulnerable to being

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trapped. Now similar domestic sprinklers will be trialled here.

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They do help the most vulnerable, those people who cannot escape from

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fire. These measures actually help give us more time to get there.

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This system we have will pick up a fire at its early stages. Then it

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will fill the room with mist. Conventional sprinklers could take

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four or five minutes, by which time there is a good chance that the

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person is either dead or seriously injured.

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Still ahead tonight... Hull FC beat the snow, but they

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couldn't quite beat Warrington. We'll have the best of your snowy

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photos plus tips on how to make the Plenty more pictures still to come.

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This is the village of Cranswick. More photos and later in the

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programme. I hope there will not be an awful

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lot of gloating coming up on BBC One now. From me?! There was a

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tweet on Saturday afternoon at saying what an excellent forecast

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but it was from your wife! A warning of widespread ice and

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patchy freezing fog. Visibility has improved in the last few hours.

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Taking a look across Lincolnshire, visibility was down to 18 metres.

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Awful conditions there. -- down to 80 metres. It looks like any fog

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will clear in the morning. Very little if any fresh snow to come.

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Frost and ice will be a problem. An added complication is a weak front

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pushing down from the North Sea. The cloud associated with that is

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producing one or two light wintry showers. That will clear away and

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we will see some freezing fog developing across parts of East

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Yorkshire. Perhaps not quite as widespread as it was will stop the

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main concern will be over Lincolnshire. The sun will rise in

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the morning at around 7:38am. Those are the high water times... Any

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freezing fog showed a lift through the morning. It will be bright in

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the West. A lot of cloud feeding in from the North Sea. Essentially, it

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is dry, quite cloudy with a few bright or sunny intervals at first.

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Top temperatures very much on the cold side once more. Three or four

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degrees in Grimsby. A sharp frost Tuesday night and largely cold and

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grey on Wednesday. The risk of showers on a Thursday. That is the

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forecast. You can gloat. It is over now.

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amazed about the shock that I got the forecast right! See you

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tomorrow. Plans to charge �25 a year for

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garden waste collection has been criticised by taxpayers and

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inventive. South Kesteven District Council will introduce the charge

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to cover the cost of running the service. Councillors in East

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Lindsey are considering a similar idea. Critics say it is a poll tax

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that will lead to fly-tipping. Keeping her garden tidy means

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creating some waste. But Charmaine Morgan from Grantham says plans to

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charge residents for collection should be thrown out. We have got

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people who are still going to have an ongoing need to dispose of their

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green waste. We are either going to have people struggling to try and

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get to the local tip to do it properly or we will see an increase

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in dumping. The need will not go away just because the council has

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decided that break -- that they will allow people to opt out of the

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schemes. 26,000 residents have opted into the scheme to have their

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garden waste recycled for free. It costs the council �500,000 a year.

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It is hoped an annual charge of �25 The council chose to do it has a

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discretion. It is one of those things that the consultation told

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us that the residents were prepared to pay for. Critics say a universal

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fee is unfair on those with smaller gardens. The council say the

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government has cut its budget by more than �2 million. They say

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saving money here will stop cuts eating into frontline services.

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They charged us enough already. They say they are going to freeze

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council-tax they may find different ways, underhand ways, of doing it.

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�25 a year it seems nothing. 50p a week for collecting your garden

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waste. You would be happy to play it? Yes. I do not understand what

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people are bleating about. The tis thought about a third of

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authorities are charging for the service. In this region, East

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Lindsey District Council is considering a similar idea. North

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East Lincolnshire Council had proposed to do the same but soon

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scrapped the unpopular plan. People living here will have to wait until

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next month to find out if their council will do the same.

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Would you be willing to pay? Another one you might want to

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comment on. How important are garden waste bins for you? Would

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you be happy to pay �25 a year? We look forward to hearing from you.

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The chairman of Hull Kingston Rovers has confirmed he has been in

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talks with Hull City Council and the whole East MP Karl Turner about

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the development of Craven Park -- the Hull East MP. They are

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frustrated as they wait for news of grants to career building work. --

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to carry out. This is the source of the anxiety.

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Hull Kingston Rovers are keen to develop this end of Craven Park,

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moving these seats to the opposite end of the stadium. The club talks

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about all viable options being explored and that might include

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playing games at the KC Stadium. On the field, they gave the champions'

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lead a good test. A splendid effort indicated good form. A hat-trick

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from Leeds finally undid the Robins. If we had taken the opportunities

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that we had, we could have won the game. We have got to be a bit more

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disciplined, give away a lot less penalties and complete our sets and

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anything is possible. It was scenes like these that put paid to the

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local football games but by yesterday afternoon underfloor

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heating had confirmed Hull FC's game could go ahead. They took the

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lead but the first half was dominated by the visitors who

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scored three tries. Hull scored soon after the restart but

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Warrington nudged ahead. Right at the end, we Seven's scored two

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level but the conversion failed so it ended the 20 have been 20.

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can see an improvement in their scores but we can see a lot more in

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them. It was a bit scrappy at times. That can be expected at this time

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of year. I am more than happy with that. Hull FC should not have to

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worry about the weather next year because they are in France. -- next

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week because they are in France. Those matches involving the Hull

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sides will be discussed in full with all of the other opening-day

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fixtures on the Super League Show at 11:35pm.

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Thank you for all of the emails, texts and tweets on the story on

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hospital patients. It is a new proposal that hospital patients

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could be allowed to travel free over the Humber Bridge. Andy in

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Hull says what about going to the South Bank from Hull for treatment?

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Our son was born early and we were sent to Scunthorpe due to lack of

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The Queen is back in Sandringham tonight after spending the day in

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King's Lynn. It is 60 years since she came to the throne. Her diamond

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jubilee, the day which marks her coronation, is at the beginning of

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June. The celebrations will take place over a four day weekend. With

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details of what is happening... Wherever she goes, the Queen

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attracts huge crowds. From April, she will be embarking on a UK-wide

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tour. We will be finding out when she visits sing but behind-the-

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scenes preparations are already under way. It is under wraps at the

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moment but the places the Queen does not go to, another member of

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the Royal Family will come to. Even I do not know what is happening yet.

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I am sure someone will come to see us. The focus of the Jubilee is a

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special four-day bank holiday weekend starting on 2nd June with a

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series of major national and local events. Expect more street parties

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and seems like last year's royal wedding with many parties already

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being planned around our area. think people enjoy a fun day out.

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Fancy dress is great fun for everybody. We have got some other

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bits and pieces and events happening on the day. We are hoping

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for good weather, a good turnout and a fun day for everyone. On the

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Sunday, 1000 boats from around the country will take part in a Thames

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pageant including the Wheldale from the Yorkshire Waterways Museum in

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Goole. It will be really exciting. We are allowed up to 14 people so

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we understand they are going to be 1000 boats and ships and they are

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expecting millions of people to watch. It will be brilliant.

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Monday 4th June, a network of beacons will be lit throughout the

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UK and Commonwealth. We will keep you updated on events locally but

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we would also like to hear from you. Get in touch and let us know what

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you are planning to do to celebrate When East Yorkshire and

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Lincolnshire were cut to a blanket of snow yesterday, many people went

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out with their cameras. Thank you for all of your pictures. A

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professional landscape photographer from a Hessle, Ivor Innes, has been

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I am very attracted to it. I cannot put my finger on why because it

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breaks a lot of laws of composition. In other ways, it is quite strong.

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To film a bird, you have to be quick. You have got to be there in

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the moment. You have got to hope the camera works! Everybody takes

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pictures of the Snowman, especially when the children are outside. They

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are great fun and very humorous. This is a lovely picture. This is

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the one of the river and the snow looks very good when you have some

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sun, particularly in the winter when the sun is quite golden. This

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one has got some lovely golden feelings about it. A great shot

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there! Anyone can take a great photograph with any camera. First

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of all, you have to decide what you are going to photograph and way you

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are going to take it from. Light is a very important part of taking a

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photograph. We are using mystery as our subject and we are going to

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shoot directly into the light of -- we are using this three. My final

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tip is to be patient. If you are photographing an animal, you have

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to be quick. Sometimes if you wait a bit longer, you will get a much

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better shot. I have got the shot now.

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That is Ivor Innes's picture. Thank you once again for all of your

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pictures. A recap of the main national and regional headlines:

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Syria's army mounts the heaviest attack on the country's 11 months

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up rising as artillery fire it is aimed at Homs. Police criticise car

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drivers in our area for driving too fast as gritters Haddad again

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tonight to treat the roads. Any fog patches should clear and

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NO-SPACE his will be dry tomorrow with a few bright and sunny

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intervals. Top temperatures three degrees to riot.

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On the subject of driving conditions, thank you for your

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responses. Someone says, we travelled from Skegness to Hull and

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Sheffield, every road was well gritted. Well done to the

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council's! Another from Lincoln, an easy journey today, it is the side

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roads that are not good. People should learn how to drive properly

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and stop learning about -- stop moaning about the local councils.

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It should be part of the Test, skidding. Stop moaning! I drove to

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Scunthorpe this morning at around 9am and I found the majority of

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drivers either had no lights on at Old or have their sidelights on

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which was not enough. Please, reiterate how important it is for

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all drivers to have their headlights and rear fog lights on

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in this type of weather. Finally, drivers should be fined

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