15/03/2012 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


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

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As the first case of an incurable sheep virus is found in

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Lincolnshire, what impact will it have on the county's farms?

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I don't know how it's arrived here. It is worrying because we're about

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to come into the peak lambing season.

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More than 30 jobless people for every vacancy. Hull is amongst the

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worst in the country for those trying to find a job. School pupils

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investigate the local businesses benefiting from the Olympics.

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And hundreds brave the elements to watch England's oldest horse race.

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There should be more sunshine tomorrow. I will have the forecast

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later. Hello. It kills livestock and is carried

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by midges, and tonight the first case of an incurable sheep disease

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has been found on a farm in Lincolnshire. Experts say

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Schmallenberg is unlikely to affect humans. But farmers in the county

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are being asked to be vigilant as it often leads to stillborn

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offspring. Siobhan Robbins' report contains a picture of a dead lamb.

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Bob Sheldon's ewes are expecting around 400 lambs, but until they're

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born they won't know if any have the Schmallenberg virus. So far,

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one case has been confirmed on an unnamed farm in Lincolnshire. It

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causes stillborns and deformities. It's very worrying, but it is a

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amongst a lot of other worrying things that affect livestock

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farmers. It is another nail in the coffin. Because this virus is

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carried by midges, it is very difficult for farmers to protect

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against it. There is not yet a vaccine, so it is a cruel game of

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Russian roulette for farmer and flock.

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The virus spread to the UK from Europe at the start of the Year.

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158 cases have been reported across the south, the latest in

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Lincolnshire and Leicestershire. is very early days and we are in a

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potentially low risk earlier, but it is worrying because we are about

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to come into the lambing season. It is where the income for the rest of

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the year is being given birth to. Scientists in Surrey are now

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testing midges to find out more about the virus. Sheep that survive

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often build up immunity, but a vaccine is needed to stop the

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spread. We are infecting been set artificially in the laboratory to

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confirm that midges are involved. That way, we can predict how the

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virus was bed at night help us find ways to control it. The second way

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is to develop a diagnostic test. Farmers know a vaccine could take

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years. In the meantime, they can only wait to see if their flocks

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are affected. That is an important story for

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sheep farmers, and one that we will continue to follow.

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In a moment: Last week London, this week Louth.

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Olympian Kate Haywood returns to her first swimming club. No

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criminal charges are to be brought over the explosion at an illegal

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vodka factory in Boston last summer. Five people died in the blast, and

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a sixth man suffered extensive burns. The Crown Prosecution

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Service says it can't establish either the cause or who was

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responsible. A �50 million development for Mablethorpe has

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been given the go-ahead after councillors changed their minds

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Developers want to build 180 new homes, together with a supermarket,

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garage, pub and restaurant on the outskirts of the town. East Lindsey

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District Council originally turned down the application in December.

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Humberside Police say no members of staff at Scunthorpe General will

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face criminal charges after allegations were made that a baby

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had been injured during treatment. Police had received a complaint

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about an incident on the hospital's children's ward. Let's speak now to

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Anne-Marie Tasker. What have Humberside Police told you today?

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When I spoke to them, they said their investigation into this

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incident is now complete. It followed a complaint when it was

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alleged that their baby had been injured when it was being

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restrained for treatment on Disney Ward, a hospital's children's ward.

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We understand that four nurses and health support worker were

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suspended, but the police say no criminal charges are to be brought

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and no further action taken, and all people involved have been

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updated with this development. has a hospital trust said? I spoke

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to the Northern Hospitals NHS Trust, which looks after the Scunthorpe

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General Hospital, and it confirmed that its internal investigation is

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still continuing, but it would not comment on how long it expects that

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investigation to take. I asked about the five staff who we

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understand were suspended, and they would not confirm or deny whether

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they remain suspended or ever were suspended. They would only say

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appropriate action had been taken against the staff involved. Thank

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you very much. A man who called 999 for an ambulance for his wife has

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lodged an official complaint because they had to wait four hours

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for a vehicle. Jenny Hook from Hessle near Hull is still in

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hospital after breaking her hip on Saturday night. Her husband Alan

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says when an ambulance arrived to take her to hospital, it had come

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all the way from Doncaster. He's complained to the Yorkshire

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Ambulance Trust about how long she was left in pain. She could have

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cut a blood vessel of whatever, especially trying to move around on

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it. She said it was grating. That his what I was trying to tell the

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staff there. If she had cut something like that, she could have

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bled to death with internal injuries. Yorkshire Ambulance

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Service has told us "the patient's condition wasn't deemed to be

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immediately life-threatening". It says it was referred to NHS Direct,

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who contacted the family to say a non-emergency ambulance would take

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her to hospital within four hours. It says it's looking into the

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family's concerns. Two constituencies in Hull are

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amongst the worst places in the country to get a job. It's

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estimated more than 35 people are competing for each vacancy in East

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Hull. In North Hull, the figure is almost 31. The news comes after the

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latest unemployment figures showed the number of people out of work

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has risen across East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. Linsey Smith has more.

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This weekly job club helps the unemployed with CVs, interview

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skills and applications. There are 5,000 people out of work in East

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Hull. Today, just five attended. was made redundant in October from

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a printing company where I was a production manager. I am finding it

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very difficult to find someone to employ me. I lost the internet

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recently, so have been coming here. I get the paper every Wednesday.

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There are 45 people chasing every vacancy in East Hall. That compares

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to a national average of just over five. It is not the worst. In one

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place in Wales, 63 people are chasing every vacancy. That does

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not make any living round here easy. I have been looking for a job for

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the last two years. A lot of the time, it is not getting knocked

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back, it is not getting a reply that is ready this heartening.

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son cannot get a job. A Iowa plaster and it is hard to get wet.

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Tell me about your experience. It is hard, really hard. It is not all

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bad news. This coffee shop was set up in East Hull. The manager saw it

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as an option -- saw the downturn as an opportunity. The employer gets a

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choice of so many good applicants. There is no doubt businesses like

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this are easing the pressure, but this area is hoping for a major

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boost to lifted off the bottom of this league table. I spoke to Karl

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Turner before we came on air. Government's plan is clearly not

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working. It is clear to me that the austerity measures are hurting, but

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not working. We have been saying for over 18 months that the

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Government need a plan for growth. We have offered them the systems,

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and a five putt plan, we suggested reducing VAT, a banker's bonus to

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get young unemployed people back to work. The Government are not

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listening. They need to listen, because it is painful to people in

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my constituency. It is a vicious circle. Without new businesses,

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they ran their jobs. How do we break it? The reality is, the

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Government have one plan, and that is to reduce the deficit. It is not

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working. Businesses are not keen on investing in areas such as mine,

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when they are not sure how the Government will be dealing with the

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economy. We need a plan for growth. Today, we've learned that two

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organisations in East Hull that were set up to help people back

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into work have closed or have had to reduce their services because of

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funding cuts. They are not listening to people like me, when

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we say they need a plan for growth. We have put one forward, and the

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Government need to take that on board.

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What do you say tonight to the people in your constituency who are

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genuinely trying to find work and improve their chances of getting a

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new job, but who after months of applications just can't get

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anywhere? I don't want to be pessimistic. Siemens are coming to

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Hull soon, and that will create about 700 jobs immediately. They

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write good things happening, but the Government needs to sit up and

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listen. Very good to talk to you. Thank you.

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What's your experience of trying to find work? Or have you even

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struggled to get the support and help that might give you a better

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chance of getting a job? Contact me And on Monday, Tim Iredale will be

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hosting a special programme on unemployment and prospects for

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growth in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. That's Our Economy,

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The Look North Debate on Monday at 11.05pm here on BBC One.

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Still ahead tonight: And after some last minute re-

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fuelling, the country's oldest horse race is run once more.

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And we are live in Louth as Kate Haywood returns to her swimming

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That photograph from last night, someone told me it really was taken

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from a two-seater Bain. -- Bain. Tonight's picture is of Flamborough

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by Mike Barnard. The man flu has taken hold and a serious way. Hello

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to you. It was planned that he would be off

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today. It was also planned he would give

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us a barometer check. Perhaps you could do that tomorrow.

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OK. The Sun did eventually come out for us today. Tomorrow, I think the

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sunshine will come out a little earlier. If we look at the pressure

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chat, you can see there is a weather front that will start to

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approach. It will bring some rain eventually. Back to today, you can

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see how that low cloud eventually cleared away. The cloud is tending

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to fill in a game. Some clear spells, but on the whole it will be

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cloudy but try. By the end of the night, temperatures will be about

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five or six degrees. Looking at the sun times, the sun will rise at

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6:12am, setting at 6:09pm. Tomorrow, there will be a few patches of mist

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and fog, but not as extensive as this morning. It will brighten up

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towards lunchtime. It is going to be dry all day. Temperatures will

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be a little higher than today, round about 12 in Gainsborough, 13.

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That is 55 in Fahrenheit. Into Saturday, we will see some

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outbreaks of rain, which will become heavy by the end of the

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night. Maybe the odd rumble of thunder, but it clears the way

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overnight into Sunday. Sunday I rudely did not say it was

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delightful to see you. But perhaps you could do the barometer cheque

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tomorrow. Businesses in East Yorkshire and

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Lincolnshire say they're being helped to survive the economic

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downturn by people being much more careful with their money. Caravan

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makers are feeling the benefit of more residents holidaying at home,

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and as householders grow more of their own food, producers of garden

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products in Lincolnshire are also enjoying a boom. Here's Paul Murphy.

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For many, holidaying in this country has not been a choice but

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an economic necessity. Tourist boards are continuing to market the

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so-called staycation. For some businesses, this change is welcome

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news. Victory Leisure Homes in Hull make many of the seaside homes

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which line our coast. They are currently expanding. People are

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staying at home and holidaying in local caravan parks. The

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marketplace is changing and a lot of people now vacation at home and

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that reflects what is happening. Down at these allotments in Lincoln,

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Fred is a familiar face, and he has observed more and more people over

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recent years turning to their own as budgets get tighter. They made

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65 more allotments. Other councils are making more allotments

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available and it is getting to a state now that we don't need them.

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The growing waiting list for allotments here is a very clear

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example of how the economic downturn has changed their

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behaviour. Some businesses have really benefited from that. Still

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in Lincoln and down the road at a compost factory, they will tell you

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that economic hard times are generally good news for this

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business. We were actually helped by recession when people do not

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want to risk buying new cars or going on expensive holidays,

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putting kitchens in. They are prepared to spend a few pounds on

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gardening consumables and so we benefit. The downturn has seen many

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consumers shun luxury goods and big-ticket items. That is not all

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bad news for businesses when they do. A judge has ruled in favour of

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Boston United. Two men have been ordered to pay Boston United more

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than �20,000 in damages and costs. Boston claimed the pair breach

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their contracts in resigning. Two pupils from a school in Hull

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have been given the chance to question Lord Coe about the

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forthcoming Olympic Games The opportunity was part of the BBC

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News School Report Day in which thousands of young people from

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across the country have been reporting on issues that affect

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them. Charlotte and John from Sirius Academy have been finding

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out how businesses in East Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire

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are benefiting from the Games. I'm Charlotte. I'm John. We will be

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looking at how local firms are benefiting from the Olympics.

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stories that in East Yorkshire. This activity may seem a world away

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from the Olympic Games, but the modular units being built here

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provide a temporary space for the teams. They have also built a huge

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catering unit for the media which will serve 10,000 meals a day

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during the Games. The contract is worth �20 million. The contract has

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been beneficial for our business and other businesses in East

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Yorkshire, which is very important for the region. It is great to get

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that work. This company has been busy growing an Olympic-sized lawn.

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We have been preparing ourselves for about three years before, and

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this has been a challenge as security is extremely high.

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grass that was in the field at North Lincolnshire is now in the

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Olympic Stadium. We met up with locals. -- we met up with Lord Coe.

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What advice would you give to athletes who dream of competing in

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the Olympics? If you speak to any Olympian, they would probably tell

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you it is at least a ten-year journey, and sometimes even more.

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Our businesses in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire have been busy

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building the Olympic venues. It is now up to local athletes to bring

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home the medals. This is Charlotte and John reporting on behalf of the

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BBC News School Reports. And you can see what other pupils

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have been doing for BBC News School Report Day by going to the website.

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Last week, this was the scene as Lincolnshire swimmer Kate Haywood

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qualified for the Olympics, but tonight she's back where that dream

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began. The breast-stroke swimmer from Louth is at her first club to

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show the youngsters there what it takes to be an Olympian. Simon

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Clark reports. I look up to sports people that are not just in

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swimming, so someone like Roger Federer, the tennis player. Kate

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Haywood was back at the club where it all started in mouth. Here to

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inspire Olympians of the future. Mind-blowing. It is incredible, the

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amount of effort that goes into so much speed. It was really good,

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getting to see an Olympic swimmer or swimming in our poll. Amazing

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opportunity. It was this race last week which tend Kate qualification.

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Tension and joy for the family. Because it is a home Olympics, she

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wanted to be there. It has come full circle. Kate gave a practical

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demonstration of world-class swimming for the youngsters before

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she goes for gold in London. Simon is live in Louth tonight.

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What advice she been giving today? Very good advice, because she is

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now a swimming teacher in her own right. Practical advice about

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strokes and diving. Here she is. This is what the double Olympic

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swimmer looks like. How have things been since qualification? It has

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been a bit manic. Everybody wants to speak to you, the media, friends,

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everybody. They want to be involved. It has been fantastic, but pretty

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tiring. This has been a week off and I have not really had time to

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sit and chill out. But it has been good. It is nice to have some

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attention. I want to show everybody this image. This issue, in slow

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motion, winning, turning round, looking to their clout and bashing

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the water. Were you aware you did that? Yes, and now it will haunt me

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forever. It is so unattractive. It was a fantastic moment. When I

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touch that war, it was relief. I was so glad to be there.

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started here at this club, and you are retiring this year -- and due

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aback this year. How many lengths abuse from? I have no idea. It is a

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lot! Marvellous to see you. Have a safe journey to Australia.

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Everybody was tickled pink when you qualified. It's been announced that

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X-Factor finalists JLS will perform at the Lincolnshire Showground

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later this year. It's one of the six venues included in the band's

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UK summer tour. This morning, 20,000 tickets for the show went on

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sale. It's on the 2nd of September. England's oldest horse race has

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taken place in East Yorkshire today. The Kiplingcotes Derby has been

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held every year since the reign of Henry the VIII, but this time they

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had health and safety regulations and foggy weather to contend with.

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Leanne Brown was there. Weighing in for a taste of horse

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racing history. Four miles of arduous farm track and field await

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these riders. They need stamina and, for some, a little Dutch courage.

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I'll do it in memory of my late father, who was a bookie. I have

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had a drink. I just want to have fun and let her come back in one

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piece. You really do need to know where you were going, and be as

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safe as you can. It's the oldest horse race in the

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country, having taken place each year since 1519. Since then, little

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has changed but health and safety regulations are now starting to

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creap in. The police want to man all the Cross Code -- all the

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crossroads. We've had to get signs and we have at a gay insurance

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sorted and sponsors to do all that. -- we have had to get insurance

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sorted. As the riders head for the start

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line, poor visibility is also a problem this year, but the freezing

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fog hasn't dampened spirits. It is the oldest race, that is the

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attraction. Old fashioned, back to the grass roots. The race has been

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delayed by an hour, and the problem is the road at the top. The weather

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means that traffic cannot be stopped, so riders are having to

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dismount and then carry on the rest of the base.

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But against the odds, John Thirsk was victorious with his horse Bob.

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I could not be more pleased with an animal. I could have kissed him. I

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have done. Luckily, this East Yorkshire

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tradition has been kept alive for another year, as the rules state

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that if a race is cancelled, it Well done to John and BOP.

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Let's get a recap of the national and regional headlines. Leaked

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evidence reveal new evidence that Merseyside Police wrongly blamed

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drunk Liverpool fans for the Hillsborough disaster. 96 people

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died in the tragedy almost 23 years ago.

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Farmers in Lincolnshire are asked to be vigilant after the first case

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of an incurable virus is found at a farm in the county as lambing

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season begins. Tomorrow's weather: A mostly cloudy

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start to the day but some bright or sunny spells will develop through

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the morning and continue through the afternoon and it will stay dry.

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Response coming in and jobs. Danny said, I was out of work for one

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week and they got two interviews in that time, and the jobs are there

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if you are prepared to look. Joe says, I lost my job and Hull City

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Council nearly a year ago, got no support in finding a new job and

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applied for anything and everything. Almost 200 jobs. I now work for the

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