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And 11-year-old is found drunk in the street. His sister says their

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mother should be in jail. A over 200 jobs are to go as Lloyd's

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closes an office in North Lincolnshire.

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The plans to get you to recycle more waste. I think it is a good

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idea. They should find a better way to do it. Maybe have won been a pub

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different things in one been. rare glimpse at royal family life.

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The unseen photos hidden away for the past 60 years.

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A frosty night to come. The very latest coming up shortly.

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Good evening. The sister of an 11- year-old boy who was seen drunk

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with his mother in a street in Hull says that their mother should have

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gone to jail. Instead the woman, who cannot be named for legal

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reasons, has been given a 12 month community and supervision order.

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Her barrister is calling for a debate on whether to sterilise

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those parents who cannot and will not get help to overcome their

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addictions. Vicky Johnson has more. It was a row over a can of lager

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which landed an 11-year-old boy in hospital and his mother in court.

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The pair were seen here at this parade of shops in begin have a new

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one evening last summer. The boy was stumbling and falling over.

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Tests revealed he had 187 milligrams of alcohol in his blood,

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twice the legal limit. Apparently, his mother boasted to onlookers

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that they regularly drank together. This is absolutely not true,

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according to the boy's father, who has had custody of him for the last

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six years. He told me his son rarely saw his mother, and the

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drinking was an isolated case. We have replaced his voice to protect

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his son's identity. My son is a very likeable young man. He is

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quite, but he can be cheeky. He has a serious side and was chosen to be

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a school governor, so he was a model pupil in the past.

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mother's drinking had been a problem for years. Her doctors said

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her life was made miserable by Herbie you fear commanding to

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prison would have been the only sensible option. -- her daughter

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said her life was made miserable by her behaviour, and thinks prison

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would have been the only sensible option. There was an incident when

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my brother was left in a cab outside a nightclub. I think that

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was forgotten about. I think to offer people a financial incentives

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in return for Voluntary sterilisation might be something

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that will help. We cannot keep having more and more unwanted

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children that cannot be looked after, that slip into the same

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cycle of deprivation. The woman at the centre of this controversy is

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receiving help for a mental health problems, but is not likely to see

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her son in the future. He is doing well with the love and support of

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the rest of his family. I am joined by the Conservative MP

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for Brigg and Goole, Andrew Percy, who also used to be in a teacher in

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a part of Hull highlighted in that report.

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She admitted child cruelty. Her daughter say she should have gone

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to jail, but she received a 12 month supervision order. Should she

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have gone to prison? My natural reaction issue should have gone to

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jail. The circumstances are disgusting. I looked at the

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judgment. The judge said she had a wretched life and that was why she

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was not sent to jail, so why do not know the full details, but to do

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now with a child of that age, I would have assumed she should have

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gone to jail. One should be done about parents like this? We do have

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a problem in this country. -- what should be done? David Cameron

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taught about the broken society. They resist and culture in this

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country. We have people bringing children into this world and they

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should not be an cannot bring them up. They rely on the state to

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provide for their children. School teachers have to do with art and

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society in general. We have got to stop pandering. Do you agree with

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the woman's barrister who says there should be a debate on whether

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parents who were addicted like this should be sterilised? The last

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people started sterilising people whether that is. Where the masses.

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Well this is a minority of cases, it is a sad thing to say car -- it

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is a sad thing to see, but it is a minority. Are we being fair? We

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often pander through the criminal justice system. We need to have

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that sort of debate and consider whether we are tough enough on

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people who do not adhere to the standards we expect. It is your own

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government's policies. Are they right at the moment? We have made

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changes to the benefits system that have been quite controversial in

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the last few days that are aimed at dealing with some of this

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subculture. The last government brought in 24 hour licensing,

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against our better judgment. That is why you can buy alcohol pretty

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much any a day. We are looking at changing that. OK. A lot more needs

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to be done generally. Very good to talk to you.

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Whatever your views on this? Does his mother needs support order she

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need punishment? Do you agree with In a moment: The campaigners trying

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to protect a nature reserve in East Yorkshire from a 150 ft wind

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turbine. More than 200 jobs are being lost

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in North Lincolnshire, following the announcement that the Lloyds

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Banking Group is closing one of its offices in Scunthorpe. More than

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1,000 staff are losing their jobs across the country. Paul Murphy is

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outside the offices on Kingsway in Scunthorpe. Why is this happening

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at the moment? Lloyd's has yet to give any reason

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for this decision nationally or locally here in Scunthorpe. It has

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offered to redeploy some of the work force. It says it wants to

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avoid compulsory redundancies, but those officers -- but does offers

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are being greeted by scepticism by the union that represents his work

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force. The nearest site to hear his Sheffield. I do nothing many staff

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will want to transfer across to Sheffield, although that may be a

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possibility -- I do not think many staff will want to transfer. What

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effect will this have on Scunthorpe's economy, which has

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already suffered many setbacks? You only have to look across town

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to the steelworks, which has shed thousands of jobs. Unemployment

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runs much higher here than the national average. We spoke to the

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town's MP, who gave his thoughts on the announcement. It is bad news.

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It is grim news, the sort of news we do not want at any time, and

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certainly not at the moment when people are finding it difficult to

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get new jobs. I am very concerned about the impact on families and

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individuals, and the impact on Scunthorpe. There is a political

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dimension to this. It is a bank 40 % owned by the tax payers, still

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employed in thousands in the Far East. We understand at least half

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of this work fast is made up of agency workers who have very

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limited redundancy rights. It thank you.

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Police have called off surges -- police have called off searches for

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the missing Hull man, Stuart Gilson. He was last seen on January the 28

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crossing the Drypool Bridge. Specialist teams have been

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searching the area around the River Hull, but there have been no

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sightings of him. Skegness has one of the lowest rate

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of job vacancies in the East Midlands according to a new report.

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Just under 7% of shops in a town are empty. Town centre managers say

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it is because local people are keen to start new businesses. We do not

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have so many chains and big brands in town.

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Campaigners are threatening to oppose funding for a new seedbed

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Centre at Bempton Cliffs after the arrest PB failed to back them in a

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wind turbine dispute -- a new seedbed Centre. Villagers at

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Bempton claim plans by a farmer for a 150 ft turbine could pose

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problems for thousands of migrating birds come into the area. Their

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objections are not being backed by the nature reserve.

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Two sites to what a wind turbine applications. The RSPB insist that

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a wind turbine on this field will not affect bird life, but

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campaigners disagree. The argument has broadened, with villagers are

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saying they will not back plans for an RSPB development at Bempton

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Cliffs if the society fails to back them. RSPB, this is your role, and

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if you cannot protect their heritage of this coast, why should

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we as a committee be backing you? This turbine will be approximately

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one-and-a-half times bigger and taller than the Flamborough

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lighthouse, so it will be some structure. The RSPB insists one

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turbine will not affect thousands of migrating birds which come here

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every year. This is what is proposed. A wind turbine that could

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be sited on this field here. The RSPB are not the only ones to while

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objecting. Farmers are largely supportive. -- our recipe and not

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the only ones who were not objecting. Ultimately, MoD concerns

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are more likely to sway a decision. The turbine could affect their

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North Yorkshire and radar base just outside Filey. More importantly

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locally is whether it relations between Benton village and Bempton

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Cliffs can soar. - - thaw. Still ahead: Why households are

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being asked to recycle more and reduce the amount of waste going to

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landfill. He been away for 60 years. The rare

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photographs of the Queen and family Keep the photographs coming in.

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This one was taken by Ian Smith. There was a bit of a gloating first

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last night by the accurate forecast. Ken said, please tell Paul I army

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bus driver, and the day and managed to stop at every bus stop. Delight

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get a special mention for getting my job right? -- do I get a special

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mention? Classic! I wish my job was as easy as

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driving a bus, or reading the The headline for tomorrow is called.

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That cloud could be thick enough to produce some flurries of snow,

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particularly in North -- Lincolnshire. There will be a

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severe frost with temperatures down to minus ten Celsius. A potential

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headache looms first Thursday into Friday, will this weather front get

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to us? There is a lot of uncertainty concerned with that. We

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will keep you posted and the next 24 hours. In the short-term at his

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shark -- straight forward. The cloud is starting to clear. Later

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tonight we will get more cloud was some snow flurries, especially for

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Lincolnshire. It is in this gap that we will see some very low

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temperatures. I think these western areas, minus ten as possible. That

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is 14 degrees Fahrenheit. And a slight dusting of snow around the

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Wash as well. The sun rises in the morning at 730. Those Aga high

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water times. Agree starred to Wednesday morning, with further

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snow flurries. Otherwise it is mostly dry. There will be some

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brighter intervals coming in later in the afternoon. But everywhere

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will feel very cold with a light, south-westerly breeze. Temperatures

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struggling up to one Celsius in struggling up to one Celsius in

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Grimsby. The bus driver's friend. They might revoke your bus pass

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Now only 10% of everything we throw away in East Yorkshire will be sent

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to landfill under new plans announced today. People in the East

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Riding and Hull are being asked what should be done with household

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waste. It is hoped by Twenty20, people will recycle up to 65% of

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all of their rubbish. That is up from an average of around 50%

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across the area. They are England's growing

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mountains of rubbish a landfills are just ugly, there are also

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expensive. Every tonne of waste is taxed, sapping �9 million a year

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from East Yorkshire's council taxpayers. But it is well today's

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plan will cut that. We are aiming for the next target, somewhere

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between 60% and 65% recycling. In terms of the might of ways going

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into landfill, we would like to reduce that by about 90%. A every

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year there are 25 million bin collections and Yates -- East

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Yorkshire and the rubbish goes to it landfill. That is the equivalent

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of 32,000 African elephants. So the idea is we recycle more and throw

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away less. That could be by extending what is brought his

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centres like this are picked up from our homes. Good in theory but

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our people ready to is recycle two thirds of everything they throw

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away? It is a good idea. They should find a better way to do it.

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Maybe have one benefit different things in one at the end.

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everybody has to do it for the future. Another plan is to turn

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rubbish into something useful. And these are from R Brown Benz. In

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three months, they are transformed into compost. And it doesn't stop

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there. Rather than landfill, future rubbish could be turned into energy.

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There is a big saving to be made and it will free up more of the

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funds for the councils to spend on the areas. But there are some

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concerns. Lupins in this area were left full for days last week

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because there was too much recycling to collect. They can say

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the system can deal with more. It is up to the people to decide what

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to do with the waste. I am joined in the studio by Simon

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Fraser from East Riding council. At the end of that report resolve how

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bins are not being collected in one part of the East Yorkshire. The

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looks like you have some work to do. We have got work to do. Can I

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apologise to those residents if they were inconvenienced by that.

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There is work to do. That is in itself massively positive. Doesn't

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to demonstrate the sheer enthusiasm for recycling that our residents

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have? And the commitment that they have got to ate and what can be

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achieved when we are set to it together. That is good on the

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residents said. Some viewers a said they rang the council because they

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had no Ben and they were told by the receptionist, sorry it is not

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just you. Until you get one, Chadderton the rubbish and.

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would never encourage people to do that. We are very committed to

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recycling, as are our residents. They do our resident -- a brilliant

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job. We have had reports that households in the East Riding have

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not had the new Benn's delivered. How are those people supposed to

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help you me you're targets? vast majority of them have been

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delivered. It is possible we have odd houses here and there who may

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not have had one delivered. The need to let us know that and we

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will deliver them. If the bins were not presented on the day they were

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supposed to, there could be a problem there. We have delivered

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nearly 150,000 across the county. We have done fairly well. These

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targets are cutting rubbish are high. Will you be reviewing how

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often you collect general rubbish now? We must make sure the systems

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are run place to collect this recyclable rubbish. We can do that

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by re-engineering the side of the roads to make sure the drugs are

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able to cope with the increased volumes that are coming in. -- the

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trucks. Now is too early to take that's that. Our commitment has

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always been to deliver the service that our residents want, so that is

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where we stay with that. Very interesting to talk to you. I'd you

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for coming in. You might want to comment on that

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one. Last night we had the story on the programme about a Lincolnshire

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Council's plans to charge for collecting garden waste. South

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Kesteven District Council will introduce the 25 pound annual

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charge to cover the cost of running the service, but the move is being

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criticised by some taxpayers who say it will cost fly-tipping.

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Lucy from Skegness says, what exactly do I pay my rates far? I am

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childless, live on a poorly maintained road that does not get

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gritted, with no street lighting. Why should I pay an additional �25?

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Sheila says, we pay enough council tax and what about people on low

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incomes who can afford it? I don't think we should have to pay to

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recycle. Graham Ingramsaid, I think 50p per week to collect garden

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waste is excellent value for money. Thank you for all of those.

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I young woman from East Yorkshire, whose child to battle with heart

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failure gave hope to countless others, has died suddenly. Hannah

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Pudsey from Nafferton was 13 when she underwent a successful heart

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transplant in February 2001. Amanda Thompson has more.

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Hannah Pudsey was just 12 years old when her heart began so seriously

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failed. Talking to BBC Look North in January 2001, she knew a

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transplant was our only hope. taking its toll on me. I am getting

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more tired. Hannah's wait was over the following month when she

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underwent a heart transplant at Newcastle's Freeman Hospital. The

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healthy Val's from our own filling hard for passed on to another

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waiting patient. You are not the only one there. There are lots of

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other kids waiting for our heart. And organs and laws of other things.

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Hannah was back in school just three months after her transplant.

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She continued her campaign to get people signed up to the organ Donor

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Register. On her 21st birthday she was still urging people not to put

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it off. A lot of people don't get round to doing it. They go, I will

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sign up. But I will do tomorrow. And then sometimes that tomorrow

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never comes. What is your message to those watching? Sign up, and

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signed up today. Hannah was due to marry her fiance

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Kevin this summer but she died suddenly last great. She was a

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child he was born with congenital heart disease. She was not meant to

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survive into childhood, let alone adulthood. She was so she would not

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survive past 14. Here she is 11 years later. It is not long enough.

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She did amazingly well afterwards I got on with life. She was working,

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she was getting ready to get married and leading a life that she

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and her parents never dreamt. it was all thanks to an organ donor.

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Very sad. And the service of thanksgiving will be held for

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Hannah and Nafferton parish church at one o'clock on Saturday

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afternoon. Grimsby Town's free scheduled FA

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Trophy match at Bath City will go ahead tonight. -- re scheduled. The

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team last met in the lead in January, with the Mariners winning

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6-0. Tonight's aim was due to be played on Saturday because of to do

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a frozen pitch. You can hear commentary on again on BBC Radio

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Humberside on FM and on the internet. They are on the air now.

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Thank you for all the pictures to send us of the snow. Nancy Smart

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took this one of paper mill in North Cave.

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This is in Mary's Parish Church taken by Lee Beel. And Kevin

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Richardson cot these deer enjoying the called the Patrington Haven

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this morning. We did have lots of them. We have put as many as we can

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so far on a Facebook site. Just go to Facebook and search for BBC Look

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North. A man from Lincolnshire has

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released unseen pictures of the royal family taken by his father 60

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years ago. Danny Clayton believes the photographs are the first to

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have been taken of the Queen following her father's death.

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For 60 years, they have been kept in this folder. A treasure trove of

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Royal memories. Photographs of the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and

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their two eldest children. I can hear her sing it now, just wave and

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the dead. The photographs were taken by Danny Clayton's father

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Kenneth in 1952 and this is the photograph that proves it. Shot in

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America, it shows Kenneth with a young Prince Charles and holding

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the hand of Princess Anne who has just two years old then. He told me

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that he had taken the picture in a manner. He was worried that he had

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done it but he took the chance and got the picture of them both. He

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was delighted about that. He was pleased with the victors as well.

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And so it seems was Her Majesty, with the photographs later used for

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what was what have been her first official portrait as Queen. I am

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sure this would have been the first time that she was photographed as

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the Queen with the tea and are on and everything else. I think it is

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a moment in her life that she would remember. -- tiaras. Of the 35

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photographs taken, most are of the young royal children. Just as

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election were sent to Buckingham Palace. The rest have remained a

:25:59.:26:04.

Clayton family secret for all these years. It is likely that Charles

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and have never seen the pictures and the Queen has only seen the

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12th that my grandfather. It is a shame because they are really good

:26:12.:26:22.
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pictures. Kenneth's family said his trip to the palace that day was the

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biggest job of his career. His brush with royalty now being seen

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for the first time in 60 years. Fantastic story. Let's have a

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recap: The Metropolitan Police acted unlawfully over the phone

:26:39.:26:42.

hacking scandal. And 11-year-old has found drunk in

:26:42.:26:47.

the street. His sister says their mum should be in jail. Cold and

:26:47.:26:53.

cloudy tomorrow with a chance of snow flurries. Temperatures are

:26:53.:26:58.

best around two Celsius. A big response and the story of the

:26:58.:27:08.

mother. The women was lucky and had a lenient judge. Woman should not

:27:08.:27:13.

be go to jail. If they reoffend after the Rehabilitation pair than

:27:13.:27:18.

they should be jailed. Vanessa says, I do not care of a woman has had a

:27:18.:27:24.

wretched life. She should be locked up. And finally, going to prison is

:27:24.:27:29.

not a deterrent to anyone. You get safety roof over your head and

:27:29.:27:33.

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