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

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A world medical first that gave this woman a new kidney and a new

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lease of life. The kidney was available, and I

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thought, what have I got to lose? Looks just get on and do it.

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No help for heroes - the veterans forced to pay to march though a

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Lincolnshire town. We reveal the tiny fat-fighters

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clearing Hull's clogged sewers. fight all the way to Bondi Beach

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when you can come here, to Bridlington.

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And the Harry Potter star telling the world about the magic of the

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Yorkshire Coast. All are very latest in the weather

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A woman from Lincoln has told Look North she's got her life back after

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becoming the first person in the world to receive a donor kidney

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treated with a pioneering 'warming' technique. Deborah Bakewell had

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been on dialysis for nine hours a day for two years after suffering

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kidney failure. But this new method helps boost the effectiveness of

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organs which might otherwise have been rejected. It is now hoped the

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research could cut the transplant waiting list by more than 10%.

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Vicky Johnson's report does contain images of animal organs and an

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operation. Deborah Bakewell from Lincoln has

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quite literally been given a new lease of life.

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The freedom has been amazing, I don't have to plan things so much.

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For want to go shopping, I go shopping.

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She suffers from a rare genetic kidney disease which meant she was

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on dialysis for nine hours every night. But she was the first person

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in the world to benefit from a new technique during her transplant.

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For a split second I thought, I am going to be a guinea pig. However,

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I thought to myself, what am I doing? The Professor is someone I

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trust, his team are brilliant, the research he has done seems to be on

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the button, and I trust his judgement.

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Transplant operations using kidneys from dead donors don't always work

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as well as those from living donors. But researchers using pigs' kidneys

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have found that a so-called perfusion machine warms the kidney

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with oxygenated blood, helping to reverse any damage. A team in

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Leicester has recently been using this process on human kidneys.

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We can take the kidney and rather than transplanting and seeing

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whether it works or not. The kidney is perfused with blood and you can

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decide whether it's healthy or not before transplanting it.

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Just over a year on and Deborah's enjoying life to the full with her

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family. It's incredible - before she was

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confined to her room, but now she has new lease of life.

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We now have a bike, so we can have a drink or have a meal she has a

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chance to see her granddaughter. Deborah's donated kidney had been

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rejected by five different hospitals before this new technique

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made it viable. It is hoped an extra 500 patients a year could

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soon, like Deborah, be benefiting An incredible story, and we wish

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Deborah well. In a moment on tonight's Look North

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There are calls tonight for East Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire

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to be represented by its own parliament.

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And I am at the official opening of Yorkshire's first ever charity pub.

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Join me later at the party. There are calls tonight for East

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Yorkshire and Lincolnshire to be represented by its own Parliament.

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Campaigners claim a Yorkshire and Humber regional assembly would lead

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to more government money being spent in the North. In a moment,

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I'll be speaking to the former Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott,

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who is backing the campaign. But first, let's get more from our

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Political Editor Tim Iredale. More than 5 million people live in

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the Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire, but the bulk of the

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region's tax money is spent by officials in London.

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The economy of the Yorkshire and Humber region is worth around �80

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billion. That is similar to some small countries, including Ireland,

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Greece and Norway. A comparison which has prompted MPs to call for

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home rule for the North. The North is actually worse treated

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and Scotland, which has its own powers to make its own decisions,

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and that energises things. And the areas further south, which is more

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prosperous. So, what do southerners think about

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the prospect of devolution for the North?

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Ridiculous! Unless they want to finance it. No, we want our England.

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We have to have areas that are still English. It seems ridiculous

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for them to have a separate Parliament.

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I am not sure about more than independence, where would you draw

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the line? The his idea has been around before.

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When Labour was in power John Prescott wanted to create regional

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assemblies. The idea was dropped when voters in the north-east

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rejected proposals in a referendum and made accusations - -- in a

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referendum. Amid accusations of snaps in the trough it was scrapped.

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Many places, such as the pink farm in Scunthorpe, would like to see an

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assembly fighting their corner. To have a Yorkshire and has --

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Yorkshire and Humber Parliament looking after the area would be

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good, because only people in the area would know about the area, and

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in these stricken times the original theatre best place the

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finances. The Government is rolling out the

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prospect of giving the green light to assemblies, but campaigners say

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they will keep up the pressure for more power in the north. Joining us

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now from London is Lord Prescott, the former Hull MP and Deputy Prime

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Minister. Doctors caught why do we need more politicians on top of

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those we have in Westminster it? We want more powers and resources

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denied to us under the present political system. Scotland and

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Wales get far more per head than the English regions do. The north-

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west, Yorkshire and the north-east, all of them across the North. I put

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that case once, it got defeated in the north-east, but let's be clear

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- it Wells demolition and Scottish devolution were defeated by a

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referendum and came back in 20 years. The movement is now two

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regions, so when you talk of quangos, we want the regional

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development agencies. The Tories scrapped at, this gap -- except for

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Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, and we are left with small

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localism bodies that Board have the powers to make the difference

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between us -- between the north and south.

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We had a try of it and people didn't wanted.

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They didn't want it in Scotland or Wales, 20 years later they voted

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for it. They saw the purpose of it and that is what is happening now.

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If you think of the difference in money between Scotland and England,

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they get far more per head. They have been able to force more of

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those resources at the expense of the North. We need that political

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influence and the much -- decision- making at the centre of it to get

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our fair share of the resources. When the Scottish Parliament was

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built it ended up costing eight times the original budget. How much

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would this cost? The sort of Parliament I am talking

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about, assemblies, elected regional assemblies. Things are moving to

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the region. If you look at police forces, going to regional crime,

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the actor Paul was just announced by police commissioners that we

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don't have to go through privatisation if we have regional

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development. -- th ACPO. And the cost?

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We haven't done the cost for it, but with Scotland, and Northern

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Ireland, we could certainly do with that in the English regions.

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Thank you very much for talking to us tonight. I am sure you will have

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a view on this, should East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire be

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represented by its own Parliament? What benefits do you think it would

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What benefits do you think it would bring? Or be you think the money

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would be better spent elsewhere? We would love to hear your thoughts on

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I look forward to hearing from you as always, we will have some before

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we finish. A multimillion pound investment in

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Lincoln city centre has been backed by the council. The Lindongate

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scheme is set to include a department store, around 900 car

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park spaces and new riverside restaurants.

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The A180 near Immingham remains closed in both directions tonight

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after a lorry crash. It happened around midday today when a lorry

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careered into the central reservation. The driver is believed

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to have suffered only minor injuries. The road is closed

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between the EuroParc and Stallingborough junctions.

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Bridlington's MusicPort festival has been cancelled. The world music

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event was due to be held in the resort again this summer, but the

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company which runs it has gone into liquidation. The council has said

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it is disappointed. There is anger at plans to bulldoze

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this historic arts venue in Hornsea, and replace it with a car park.

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East Riding Council is expected to demolish the Floral Hall, claiming

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it can't justify spending public money on it. But campaigners say it

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is at the heart of the community and must be saved. We really need

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the Floral Hall to continue to be able to encourage the children of

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this town to take part in productions and encourage the

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talent we have. prison than pay to hold at the

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event. Lincolnshire police used to direct traffic at events like the

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parades for three, but they say they can no longer afford it. It

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means war veterans are among those who have been told to pay �2,000 if

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they want to continue parading. Our reporter has been to Grantham to

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find out more. For as long as Remembrance Day has

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existed, veterans across East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire have

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honoured their fallen comrades by parading through the streets. But

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for veterans in Grantham, this tradition is now under threat.

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Each year, hundreds of people take part in the Remembrance Day parade,

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marching the length of a high street, their destination is here,

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the Cenotaph. But organisers have been told the police will no longer

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manage the road closure and they must pay a private company to do

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the job at a cost of �2,000. We have no chance of getting it.

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The ex service people who come on our parades have all voiced their

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opinions and are all of the same opinion - we're having our

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Remembrance Day parade with or without permission, and if they

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want to arrest us at the end of it, they can feel free.

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And it is not just the Royal British Legion - Grantham Scouts St

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George's Day parade may have to be cancelled, as well.

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We cannot put participants at risk if the roads are not closed, and we

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cannot afford to pay for that. This has never been necessary in

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the past, why now? We are in a different environment.

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Financially we are in a different environment and we have had to

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reduce our resources. I have to consider resourcing the parade and

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also at the same time policing the community at that time.

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In a statement, Lincolnshire County In a statement, Lincolnshire County

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But, with better at -- Veterans adamant they will defy the law,

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somehow a solution needs to be found.

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An interesting story. While Lincolnshire police have chosen to

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do this, Humberside have not. They say they will carry on policing

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road closures as they always have done, without charging groups like

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the British Legion. This is another Still ahead: The bacteria being

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released in to halt's sewers to destroy a chip fat blockages. --

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Hull's. And the new star in aid tourism

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If you have a picture you are proud Good evening. How why you? One of

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your it treats last night caused much hilarity when you gut

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Scunthorpe wrong. Yes, sorry about that. -- when you got scum or wrong.

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High pressure moves that from the south-west tomorrow and it looks

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like a prolonged spell of dry weather is to come. With

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Lincolnshire, we have a drought situation so that is not what we

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want to hear there. The chance of a lot like shower in this clump of

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cloud but it is essentially a dry evening for most of us. There will

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be clear slots though. Temperatures temporarily dropping back to five

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degrees Celsius. A little drizzle, perhaps, over the top of the

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Quite a cloudy day on Friday. The thick enough for a bit of drizzle

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in places but the emphasis on -- is on dry weather. There will be some

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sunny spells around but there will be more cloud than sunshine

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A milder feeling day. Quite a spring-like weekender to come.

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Cloudy on Saturday morning but it brightens up with sunny spells in

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the afternoon. A lot of cloud next That was an interesting tweet from

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you. Better than, I can't sleep. Thank you.

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Fat-eating bacteria are being put into Hulls sewers to try and tackle

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the massive blockages that are clogging up the system. Yorkshire

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water is the only company in the country to use this treatment.

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Engineers were called to remove 350 blockages from Hull's sewers last

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month alone. In the last six months, they've dealt with 1,700 call-outs

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in the city. And across Yorkshire, the total amount of fat removed

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from sewers last year was the same weight as 400 African elephants.

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Our Environment Correspondent, Siobhan Robbins, has more.

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It may look like Porto but this liquid contains superbugs, and

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greedy bacteria which feed on fat. The superbugs have one mission - to

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unblock our trains. We get a small minority of customers pouring hot

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fat down the kitchen sink and that built up over time. That is when

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you get blockages which is when sewers can blackcap and, in a worst

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case scenario, can flood people's homes. This is fat and it sticks

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together. Yorkshire Water has already removed some of this, but

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every year they take out the equivalent of 250 double-decker bus

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loads. This picture shows how clog up the system can get and, in bad

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cases, sewage can flow back into homes. It has caused Beer's -- big

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problems in the past four this restaurant. The corridors get

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flooded when there is a backlog and the toilets get flooded. Everything

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is rising when it rains and, on Monday lunchtime, we closed the

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restaurant because the smell was unbearable. Although the superbugs

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help solve the problem, others think we need more long-term

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solutions. The broader a solution is to be considered as to why there

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is so much muck down the drains which doesn't need to go there. We

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have all been trained and dedicated into recycling plastics and

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everything, why not recycle fat? Seven hot spots around the City are

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being cleared. It is clear at the super bugs eat the fat and keep our

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unwanted waste underground. Thank you to everyone who got in

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touch with us after the news that Scunthorpe is to get a new out-of-

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town retail development. The plan, which includes a branch of Marks

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and Spencer, was given the go-ahead by planners, but shopkeepers in the

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town centre fear it could kill the high street. Here are some of your

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What do we think about that? Thank you for those.

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Lincoln swimmer Lizzie Simmonds could move a step closer to Olympic

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qualification this evening. After missing out in the 100 metres

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backstroke, she will race in the semi-finals of the 200 metres

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backstroke tonight. The event is her last chance to make the London

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games. Good luck to her. The hidden gems of our coastline

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will take the starring role in a new national television advert this

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evening. It features none other than Harry Potter star Rupert Grint,

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better known as Ron Weasley, surfing on Fraisthorpe beach near

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Bridlington. It's hoped the ad will help boost visitor numbers to this

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part of the country. Linsey Smith has been to Fraisthorpe to find out

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Why go to Bondi when you can come here? You won't see the Olympic

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torch relay in Corfu or creed. The aim... Its aim is to get more

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of us to holiday at home. And today at Fraisthorpe beach, the feeling

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was that imitation is the highest form of flattery. I have been

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serving here for up to six years. It has been good. A bit cold.

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passports, jabs... To have Bridlington featured in

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this advertisement, alongside the holiday hotspots like the Lake

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District and Northern Ireland's Giant's Causeway, it cost

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Yorkshire's tourism Board a six figure sum.

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We are optimistic the campaign will drive traffic to the coast and to

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the rest of our county. Tourism bosses hope the campaign is

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successful, not only because they have spent so much money on it, but

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because tourism is vital to Yorkshire's economy. Across the

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county, it is worth �7 billion a year. 250,000 jobs rely on it and

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216 million visitors make the trip already each year.

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What do you think? I say the same, why go to Bondi a when you can go

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to Bridlington? I am OK with the weather. They it is spot-on because

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I can't go to anyone with this one. So Skegness will also get his

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moment in the spotlight with some short spin-off adverts. It is hoped

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that this, the biggest-ever domestic tourism campaign, will

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prove to be magic with Hollywood stars.

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That is fantastic. The advert starts tonight. Let's hope it does

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the trick. A new way of supporting charity is

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being tried out in Hull and all it involves is going to the pub! All

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the profits made at The Wassand Arms will go towards a children's

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charity. The pub is only the third of its kind to open in the country

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and was officially opened in the last hour. Our reporter, Emma

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Massey, is there for us now. What is going on? Everyone is

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celebrating the opening of the The Wassand Arms. It is the first ever

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charity pub in Yorkshire. Alan Johnson is here lending his support.

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Earlier on, he managed to cut the ribbon to officially open the pub.

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The buzz is great here this evening. Everyone is excited about the

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Last-minute preparations are well under way at Yorkshire's first ever

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charity pub. Almost everything from the pub itself to the drinks on

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sale have been donated. And all the profits will go to Hull-based

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charity, The Echoes Foundation. aim is for us to become self

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sustainable. I don't want to keep relying on the public. They have

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been fantastic and are generis and we would not have got where we are

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without them but you can't keep going back to the same people.

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charity helps families with disabled children. It has its own

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therapy room and mobile sensory equipment. One family to benefit is

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the Dickens. It gave them advice and help when they disabled

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daughter was diagnosed. We would have been lost. The help from then

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was done within four weeks and it was an easy transition from nothing

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to diagnosis and them helping us. They think the charity pub is a

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great idea. It is nice for them not to have to rely on things that are

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set-up like hammering parties. They have always had to try and get a

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venue for that. Now, they have the venue all the time which is

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brilliant. With profit from every pint going to such a good cause,

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this is one pub where everyone will leave in high spirits.

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So, everything has been donated from the booze-up to the beer mats

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and even the bar itself. Clare Stockton from the The Echoes

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Foundation was the brainchild but it was Sue Perkins who had the

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venue. Why did you decide to get involved? Listening to a speech at

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a Women in Business dinner was inspirational. In four years, what

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that lady has done is amazing. she make the place work? She has

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such a following and to have the venue and know it is going back to

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charity will be great. The difference is it's a lovely place

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and it's lovely when people are in here. It is great that play can be

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here and put her heart and soul into it. A couple of punters want

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to have a word. It looks absolutely amazing after all our hard work

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helping the charity to refurbish everything. I you impressed?

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Absolutely. There is a brilliant turnout and another successful

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adventure for The Echoes Foundation. The The Wassand Arms it opens for

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business tomorrow. Thank you. A good IT -- idea. I

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wonder if Alan Johnson knew he was on the telly.

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Let's get a recap of the national and regional headlines: The six

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soldiers killed in Afghanistan are named. Three of them were from the

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same town, Huddersfield. Five of them were aged 21 or under.

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A world medical first has given this woman from Lincoln a new

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kidney and a new lease of life. Tomorrow's weather: Cloudy with a

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little drizzle possible in the morning but most places dry.

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Turning brighter at times. Maximum A response coming in on the subject

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of the regional assemblies. We were talking to Lord Prescott. One

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viewer says we don't need a separate regional assembly as MPs

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already get paid plenty and shipped just shout louder.

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From Anthony, long before we think about regional assemblies, which it

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should keep England together and create a single English parliament.

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