21/03/2012 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


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Hello and welcome to Wednesday's Look North. Tonight, what the

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budget means for us in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.

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Disappointment. I feel very let down. Lots of false promises.

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The business owner, the single mum and the industry expert. Our

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panel's view on the Chancellor's Budget speech. Lots of investment

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in a lot of the major cities in the South East, but we are poor

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relations And, will the price rise on

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cigarettes stop you smoking? It'll just make people buy knock-

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off baccy from abroad. Also on tonight's programme:

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Going international - how police hope this website will catch the

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killer of a Lincolnshire man. Under the hammer - but did they

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sell? The 60 year-old photos of the Queen and her young family go up

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for sale. And now fine weather on the way, but, there on the coast. -

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- and it now fine weather. Good evening. The Chancellor

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described it as a Budget for working families, Labour said it

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was a Budget for millionaires. There are changes to plans for a

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child benefit, and the richest people will be better off. Tonight

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one Lincolnshire Conservative MP has acknowledged that times are

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tough. Nick Boles has told us that things are very hard for families

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and businesses. We will hear from him in in moment, but first, our

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political editor Tim Iredale watched the Budget with a panel of

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guests. Watching today's Budget with three

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people from different walks of life. Claire Nolan is a beauty therapist

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and a single mum of two. She wanted help for low-income families.

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feel very let down. Lots of false promises. The amount she can earn

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without paying tax will rise to murder �9,000 a year. But that will

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indicate in from next year. -- mirror than �9,000 a year. There is

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no poet in doing it in more of than 12 months' time. Families want to

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pay their mortgages now. Name three macro is self-employed from

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Yorkshire. She wants -- she wants help with fuel prices. There was 3p

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on the lead to coming in in the summer, so it is going to come up

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unfortunately. That will hit us hard. Lots of investment in the

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major cities, but North Lincolnshire is the poor relation.

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It is quite his struggle. Name four is a business commentator. He

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wanted more helpful local businesses to create jobs. There

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were good elements, the further cut in corporation tax, and moving

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towards 20p corporation tax, that gives businesses confidence. They

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have more to invest in business. I thought that was good. There was

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also reference to clean energy and support for clean energy. Not sure

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what that will turn out to be, but I think it is important that the

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Government sets the conditions and sends out the red signals on

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renewable energy because it is this region's industrial future. Also

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tonight, the decision to reduce the 50 p top rate of tax for the

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highest earners has caused some controversy. It was a move

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supported by the multi-millionaire Hull City owner. But Labour MPs

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have criticised the move. Chancellor has done nothing for

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growth, nothing for young people, it really is simply a millionaire's

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Budget for millionaires. So the Budget has not pleased everyone,

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but I got the impression that while our panel did not feel better off,

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they did not feel that much worse off either.

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The Chancellor confirmed that petrol prices will rise by three

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pence a litre in August. Local businesses and drivers were hoping

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that prices at the pumps would come down as the cost of fuel remains

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one of the key economic challenges in rural areas. Paul Murphy has

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been to the village of Woodhall Spa in Lincolnshire to find out what

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impact it is having there. In a in the heart of rural

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Lincolnshire, change is generally slowed to happen. But rising fuel

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prices are changing the way people live. Steven runs the local garage.

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Might here revolves around the car. You cannot get to work from here

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without a car. The school run, even - it is always more expensive to do

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a school run. Every aspect of life in a row what area. Me and I does

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not live here. She is driven here to visit her dentist. A round trip

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of 60 miles. It is a big problem because we do not live in a village,

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we live just outside the village. We have to keep the car for it up

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just to go to the shops -- go to the shops. Fewer prices have long

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been a major consideration for people here.

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But in recent years, the loss of rural services including post

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offices, shops and bus routes, has forced even more of us into our

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cars. Unless running a car becomes just

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too expensive. I met Barry. The price of fuel always heavily on his

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mind. Today my wife has gone to Lincoln for a hospital appointment.

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Normally I would drive, but today the price of fuel is for too

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expensive, so she has taken the bus. And even though the Chancellor has

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said he will increase fuel duty in August, when ropewalk MP believes

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it could be much worse. -- ropewalk MP. One of the reasons why I think

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it is so important, but I was pleased with what we saw today. No

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major increases in fuel price is. It is unlikely they will be as

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pleased here. When duty goes up, they will be paying in excess of

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one pound 50 for a litre of diesel. The Conservative MP for Grantham

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and Stamford Nick Boles told me that the three pence rise in fuel

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duty is justified. It is obviously very hard for small businesses and

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for families, having to get the shops and get their children to

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school. The Government has already spent a great deal of money, well

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over �3 billion, in getting rid of them rise in fuel duty that was

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brought in by the last Government. But that is of no comfort to hard-

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pressed motorists watching tonight. Why not hold back on the increase?

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I understand, but the trouble is that the country has this enormous

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Budget deficit. There is nothing more threatening to the families of

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Lincolnshire and the businesses of Lincolnshire than if we do not deal

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with our debts and get our borrowing down. Because otherwise

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our interest rates will go up. Then people's manages and overdraft

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rates will go up. People will not pay tax until the end just over

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�9,000, but our single mother will have to wait a year before that is

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introduced and actually feel the benefit. Why are you not raising

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that threshold more quickly? It is going up quite a lot, in just a

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month. It is going up to over �8,000 in just one month's time,

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but... But the �9,000.10 is not until 2013. Yes, but it would be

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going up a lot further in 2013, much more than originally planned.

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So I agree that one cannot necessarily have all jam today, but

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that is real help for working people and pensioners on low

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incomes, and that is where the Chancellor today has put most of

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the money he had to spend. Nick Dakin has claimed it Budget

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for millionaires. Well, he is a Labour MP, and that is fair enough.

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But the Government has to govern in the interests of our economy. Our

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economy is not served by having tax rates that do not raise money...

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The rich people are paying quite a lot more through this Budget.

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Thank you very much indeed. Let us know your thoughts on the

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Budget today. How the Chancellor's announcements will affect your life.

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In a moment, still fighting - the workers planning a mass protest

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against the closure of their factory.

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The torture and brutal murder of Alan Wood at his home remains one

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of Lincolnshire Police's once -- most high-profile unsolved cases.

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Today, on website has been launched dedicated solely to the case. 2 1/2

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years after he was killed in his home in the tiny hamlet of Lound,

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officers hope it might move -- bring forward new Leeds for a stop

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police say Alan Wood's killing was brutal and disturbing.

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Murdered in his home in October 2009. This is their prime suspect.

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Detectives believed he tortured Mr Wood for his bank cards and PIN

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numbers before stealing just a few hundred pounds. Now, more than two

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years on, they hope this website will bring new leads. This website

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does not mean there is nowhere left to go, it is evidence of us trying

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to reach people, recognising the international aspects, and a

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website is the perfect way to do that. The fact this is an

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international investigation is reflected on the site. It is

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translated into Polish, live the way men and Russian. The violence

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was incomprehensible. But it is also appealing to those closer to

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home in the tiny hamlet of Lound. Residents there are glad police

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have not given up. You forget all about it after a few months, but

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the fact they are still working hard two years later is encouraging.

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They have been on Crimewatch twice, so anything that adds to that has

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got to be positive for. This is the first police website dedicated to a

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single crime. This criminologist says spreading the word through

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social media could make all the difference. It builds a community

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of thought and values in a way that traditionally was much harder to do

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and required physical engagement. In this case information can spread

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fast and been duplicated. That could be very helpful.

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There have been three televised appeals made by the BBC's

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Crimewatch. But despite that, and police receiving information from

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17,000 people, the killer remains at large. Detectives hope this

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internet the -- appeal will change that.

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We will continue to fall about history.

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They Labour Party has been asked to review a decision to ban Hull's

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good mayor from the party's list of preferred candidates for

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Humberside's police commissioner role. And the mill has been sent

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out on behalf of some party members saying that to not short list him

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was a major mistake. The Labour Party has said it was confident it

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would have a shortlist of Workers at BAE systems in Brough

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are planning a demonstration against plans to end manufacturing

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at the site. 850 workers are facing redundancy when manufacturing ends.

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The company says it's due to a drop in orders. Today, staff met with

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national union leaders to discuss their next move.

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Standing defiant. Workers facing redundancy at BAE Systems in Brough

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after today's meeting with unions. A few weeks ago, management stood

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here and said as far as they were concerned, consultation was over.

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We are saying we don't accept that. There is plenty more to talk about

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cover the economics are totally flawed. The unions have told us

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they have ever accepted the company's position. Aftershave's

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meeting, it looks like the work force won't either. They are now on

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board and ready to fight on. We've got to get together and it is our

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last ditch attempt. I hope everybody comes together. I think

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everybody will be down in London. And that will be for a mass

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demonstration at BAE's Annual General Meeting. One person who'll

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be there is Steve Turpin. He's only ever worked for BAE. For 25 years,

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it's been his life. Today has given him and his family hope. We are

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very competent. We have always had it deep down that something will

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happen. You've got to be optimistic in the circumstances. A lot of

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people have been waiting for the next step. Hopefully, everyone will

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get behind there. There's no doubt these workers are passionate about

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saving their jobs. We are a family business. People have been hit for

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a long time. It is not something you come in and out of. Today,

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there was a lot of emotion in that room. When there was asked for a

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show of support, every hand shot up really quick. The AGM will take

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place on May 2nd. BAE says all employees and shareholders are

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welcome. But in what capacity will they be expecting them?

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Still ahead tonight: It'll be taken across the country but some of our

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Olympic torch bearers are told they'll have to travel miles for

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the honour. Kenneth Clayton archive of unpublished photographs.

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And we're at the auction of the rare Royal photos owned by a

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Lincolnshire family and will reveal all in the next few minutes. If

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you've got a picture you are proud of, send it in. To mines was taken

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by Mandy West. There it is, the sunset at South Ferriby. Over the

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cement works. Thank you very much indeed. Nothing wrong with the

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cement works. It's all glamour here. The Chancellor missed the weather

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forecaster's accuracy. There is a place abroad we have to, they stop

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your money. We can't do that here your money. We can't do that here

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because you would allow us money! It's not bad. There will be a good

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deal of sunshine around tomorrow but an increasing risk of sea fret

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coming in to end -- to coastal areas. It will feel much colder

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along the coast but the dry weather looks set to continue. It has been

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a stunning answer in across all parts of our region. Beautiful blue

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skies. There is not a clear weather. Temperatures will drop away quite

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sharply. Later on, it is likely we will see some mist and Petit fog,

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some low cloud in places. To bridges down to two Celsius. And --

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temperatures down to two Celsius. Perhaps a grey start in places. Any

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mist will clear. If you live along the coast, it will be a cold breeze

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from the word go. The risk of low cloud. A Fed variation in

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temperatures. If you live in Bridlington, you will know about it

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tomorrow. Eight degrees Celsius. Further west, possibly 15 degrees

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Celsius. A fair contrast from east to west. An overcast day on Friday,

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or that it should Brighton later. A very quiet, dry pleasant weekend.

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That is the forecast. The Fred wasn't out to sea. I'll talk OBE. -

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- I would talk over a year. London's Olympic Committee is being

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criticised for failing to ensure torch bearers can carry the Olympic

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torch past their home crowds. Some of the 8,000 people chosen for the

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2012 relay will have to travel miles to take part. Now, one 16-

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year-old from Grimsby says her family will struggle to be there as

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she carries the Olympic torch through Lincolnshire, as Crispin

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Rolfe reports. The view she'd hoped to carry the

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Olympic torch past. Amy-Leigh Blackett was awarded the honour on

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Friday only to discover she'd have an early morning start to take part

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in once in a lifetime opportunity. Instead of Grimsby, Amy's carrying

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the flame much further down the coast at Maltby Le Marsh. I am

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pleased that I am doing it but the fact that I am doing it there is

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that not many of my friends and family can watch it. My grandad has

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had a major heart operation, he can't travel, my gran is 85, she

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can't travel. If it was local, they could see me. But they are going to

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miss it. For Amy's dad, pride mixed with surprise. The logistics mean

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friends and close family will struggle to support her in person,

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even though there's BBC TV coverage for every single mile. It is a

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shame. It is her moment of glory and it will be recorded on TV for

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everybody to see. Amy's 30-mile trip from Grimsby to Maltby Le

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Marsh is minor compared to some. Torch bearer Lili Curtis from Louth

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is having to go to Leicestershire's Melton Mowbray. And Stefanie

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Feldman from Borehamwood outside London is travelling over 150 miles

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to carry the torch through Grimsby. Puzzling decisions which are also

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being questioned in Lincolnshire. We are all rightly proud of them

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We are all rightly proud of them becoming torch bearers so I don't

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think it really matters. But I think people can't understand why

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the peoples who are champions in their areas are not running the

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torch in their area. There are eight there are 8,000 torch-bearer

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us across the whole of the UK. The organising committee said it has

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been a logistical white mayor and they have tried to give people as

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close to her as possible. -- a logistical nightmare. Still, the

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crowds should still turn out for Amy and the 70-day relay which

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comes to us in June. It's just they won't always be cheering a local

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Olympic Torch bearer. Hull FC have confirmed they have

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made a major signing with England international Gareth Ellis on a

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three-year deal. The 30-year-old has played for the past four years

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in Australia. He comes to the KC despite interest from a number of

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super league sides, including his former club, Leeds. He is probably

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the only English player that is in the world 13. He is renowned in

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Australia. They would have loved to have kept him there. He has chosen

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to come home. I think every single club would have made an enquiry

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about him. Probably the top five or six would have been interested.

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Hull City are still just outside the Championship play-off places

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after losing to top-of-the table Southampton. The Tigers fell behind

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after Jack Hobbs scored an own goal. after Jack Hobbs scored an own goal.

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Southampton scored in the second half. The match finished 2-0 to the

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visitors. In League One, Scunthorpe United

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boss Alan Knill watched his team play out a goalless draw against

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his former side Bury. The Iron had Mark Duffy sent off in the first

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half, but managed to keep a clean sheet with ten men to claim a well-

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earned point. In the Blue Square Premier, Grimsby

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Town are eighth after beating Hayes Last month, we told you how this

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Royal photograph was one of several taken by a Lincolnshire

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photographer but kept secret for 60 years. It is a fantastic story.

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Danny Clayton from Sleaford believes the photographs are the

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

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Today, the collection was put up for auction but, as Phil Connell

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reports, the photos didn't attract the attention they were expecting.

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This one-off and and Charles, we still see that look of

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determination. The experts have described them as charming and

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unique. A recollection of royal photographs today being auctioned

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60 years after they were taken. care Clayton archive of unpublished

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royal photographs. One of the highlights of our say.

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photographs show the Queen in 1952 and were used, its board, for her

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first official portrait as Quinn. There are family pictures as well

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of Prince Charles and Prince Charles and Princess Anne, taken by

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kept Clayton. It's almost as if we are stepping back into the world

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that Kenneth Clayton came to. We must wonder how he felt summoned by

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the Palace. The Queen looked stunning. She was a beautiful young

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girl. She is the Queen but she is not yet the Queen we know.

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Something magical has happened there. In the year of the Queen's

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Diamond Jubilee, Kenneth's family say it is time to sell. Today,

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Kenneth's grandson Daniel travelled to see how much they would fetch.

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�5,000. The photographs failed to meet their reserve price of �6,000.

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Tonight, they're heading back to the family's House in Lincolnshire.

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It was really interesting. It is obviously studied his abiding that

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they haven't sold but that is fine for us. It was a win-win situation.

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When we went into this, we wanted them to be seen by the public and

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with wanted to know how much they were worth and we have a pretty

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good idea of that now and every player has seen them.

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photographs will be sold, possibly, later in the year. For now, they

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will remain in Lincolnshire. A great story. I can't believe they

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have been kept secret for 60 years. If you know a story you think we

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should cover, let us know. More now on the main story tonight

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- the Budget. The Chancellor George Osborne has laid out his plans for

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the economy describing it as a Budget for families. Our political

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editor Tim Iredale's in Hull this evening. Who are the winners and

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losers, Tim? Well, that is a question being asked by people

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leaving this shopping centre tonight. Will they have more money

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in their pockets to boost the local economy? I would say arguably the

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biggest losers are motorists. The cost of petrol and diesel isn't

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going to go down. The planned 3p a litre rise in fuel duty will go

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ahead in August. Also, on tax, controversially, the 50p top rate

:25:35.:25:40.

of tax, for highest earners, it will be reduced to 45p. The

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Chancellor argues that's low earners will benefit as well

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because the amount they can earn before they pay tax will rise to

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�9,200. Alcohol duty hasn't gone up but it will still go up by the rate

:25:55.:26:00.

of inflation, meaning on average, there will be 5p on a pint. Ann's

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smokers, always hit hard in the Budget, a packet of cigarettes will

:26:04.:26:08.

go up by 37. Listen to this reaction from smokers on the

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streets of hold macro. I don't think people. Buying. It would just

:26:18.:26:26.

cost more and more. Will it make you reconsider smoking at all?

:26:26.:26:32.

It will make people buy knock off cigarettes. Will it make you

:26:32.:26:42.
:26:42.:26:42.

reconsider smoking? No. If they do go up, I will be cutting down.

:26:42.:26:50.

have been smoking since 1973. going to finish tonight with a

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little reported aspect of the Budget. The Chancellor has closed

:26:53.:26:58.

the loophole on VAT which is paid on static caravans. Vat isn't

:26:59.:27:06.

currently paid on -- Surrey, VAT is paid on mobile caravans so it could

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go up as much as 20%. It is the British capital in caravan

:27:13.:27:21.

manufacturing here. Not good news for that industry. Thank you. Hit

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the poorest and give to the richest. We have heard the Budget so it will

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