27/04/2012 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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The headlines tonight: "Serious Failings". - A report criticises

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financial management of a group of Lincolnshire academies. I believe

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the action plan is in place and I hope that the appropriate steps are

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going to be made. Cleaning up following the flood -

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now there are warnings of more to come. About nine inches of water

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inside. Luckily with the flood defence at the front, it stopped as

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being totally underwater. Warnings about a housing crisis

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because of a shortage of council homes in Lincoln.

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The new mural summing up the spirit of one of Hull's most famous roads.

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It has already been the wettest April on record across Yorkshire. A

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The Department for Education says there have been "serious failings"

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in the financial management of a federation of academies in

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Lincolnshire. The Priory Federation of Academies Trust runs four sites

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- three in Lincoln and one in Grantham. The chief executive

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resigned last month. Today the trust has said "mistakes and errors

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of judgements have been made" by two individuals. The police are

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also investigating. Phil Connell reports.

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Before his resignation, Richard Gilliland was the federation's

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respected chief executive responsible for four academy

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schools in Lincolnshire. Tonight, though, he's part of a police

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investigation into the mismanagement of school finances.

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A report for the Department for Education reveals: He spent �53,000

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decorating a school property for his own personal use. Employed his

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family - including his daughter as family - including his daughter as

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a �55,000 pound a year consultant. Had used the federation's credit

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cards to buy sex games and other items. Used company resources to

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buy training worth around �4,000 at an equestrian centre for his son.

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All public money with none of the All public money with none of the

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transactions being shown in any school accounts. The chief

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executive employed his wife, son and daughter. I could go on.

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Parents need to be assured that lessons have been learned here. We

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need many paid back, without doubt and we need to make sure this can

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never happen again. Today's report also cites the

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trusts former finance director Steve Davies, who retired last year,

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the report says he's currently away in the Caribbean. The trust has

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apologised to parents tonight some have been telling us of their

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concerns. We all thought it was mental when they said they were

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getting a polo team. And an equestrian centre. We could not

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really believe that he would be buying this stuff with school many

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when they are things already wrong in our actual school.

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In response to the government's report the chairman of the priory

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federation has today issued this three page statement in which he

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admits mistakes and errors of judgement had been made by two

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senior individuals. He said changes, though, had been put in place to

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their financial management and a new accountant had been appointed.

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He added from 85 previous audits no issues had been raised before.

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There is an action plan in place. They will take the actions that are

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needed and I believe there will be examined in depth again in four

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months' time to make sure that the action plan has been acted upon and

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these things don't happen again. With its shutter in France, the

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federation's expenditure has already been seen as controversial.

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Tonight's report will cause fresh concerns as Lincolnshire Police

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begin their own investigation. The Schools Minister, Lord Hill,

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says he thinks this is a one-off case and doesn't undermine the

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academy ethos. I spoke with him earlier this afternoon. I think

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that as soon as concerns are brought to the attention of the

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department, feet wide P L A went in straightaway and carried out an

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investigation. We have taken swift action and the chief executive have

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gone so I do not think that shows there is a gaping hole in our

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system. Has the shaken the department because it is not great

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publicity for academies, is it. don't think that is right.

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Academies have actually got more rigorous systems of financial

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management. It doesn't sound like it with this, does it? I think that

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what the system has demonstrated, in this case we have identified a

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problem, it is certainly the case that you cannot have any system

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that is 100% guaranteed to work. To pick up if someone sets about to do

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wrong doing. You have systems that make sure that the financial

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reporting is as rigorous as it can be. If someone in the Academy or in

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any other school set about to do wrong doing, you cannot have a 100%

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secure system. Opponents of the academy system claim that they are

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not accountable enough. Hasn't this proved those fears absolutely

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right? I don't think that at all. I think it has proved that when the

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concerns are bought to the attention of the department, we at

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very swiftly to address them. The fact is that the reporting system

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and financial monitoring in place in academies are more rigorous than

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in maintained schools. These problems are fortunately very small

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in number, but they have happened just as they have been maintained

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schools as in this case. And your message for the parents? The four

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schools in this federation are excellent and the improvement in

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performance I really welcome. That is the thing to focus on. They are

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strong schools and should be confident in knowing that.

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I'd like to hear your thoughts on the issue of academies. Is your

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child at one or maybe due to start one in September? Maybe you're a

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pupil who's watching tonight? Do you think they're a good thing for

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our education system? Please contact us. I look forward to

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hearing from year. You can read more on this story on a website.

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In a moment: How cruise liners could help Hull to bring in more

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tourist money. Businesses in part of East

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Yorkshire have been clearing up after heavy rain saw the River

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Derwent burst its banks. There's been more than 40 millimetres of

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rain in some places over the last twenty four hours. The worst

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affected area was Stamford Bridge, where people staying at one caravan

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park were asked to leave for their own safety. Our environment

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correspondent Siobhan Robbins has spent the day there. Siobhan,

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what's the situation there now? It is actually just started to rain

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here, bad news for Stamford Bridge, one of the worst-hit areas in our

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patch. The water level has gone down a little. At lunchtime the

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level was about here, after a few hours of pumping it has gone all

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the way back to hear. It is quite shallow at the front and a little

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higher further back. Most of the flooding in Stamford Bridge seems

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to have been isolated to this area around the River Derwent and the

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caravan park behind me. Much of this morning was spent clearing up.

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This is the result of one of the wettest April as on record. After

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weeks of heavy rain, the River Derwent broke its banks in part to

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Stamford Bridge. Tenants at a nearby caravan -- caravan site were

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forced to leave. The warden came in at 8:30am and

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said they had been advised by the fire brigade to evacuate the site

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because in the next 12 hours it would probably end of the site.

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was going to say it -- stay on the best of the toilets my back up.

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Around the corner, the local pub had been hit, but the landlord was

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prepared. We are used to it by now. As soon as the pump start, half of

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this water will have gone. A couple of hours and hope the back to

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normal. Stamford Bridge has always been prone to flooding so many were

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not surprised. Norman Smith watched all morning as though water lapped

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up the drive of his home. First thing this morning it was running

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along the brickwork here and now it is going down very slightly. It is

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getting better. Proms have been pushing the water back into the

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will rebel all day and away from the town. The race is on to remove

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all of this flooding before there is more rain.

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As you can see, the river behind me is still quite high and this area

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is on a flood warning which means that action needs to be taken like

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the pumping that is happening there. Around the low-lying areas there is

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a flood alert which means the Environment Agency will be my

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knitting those areas and in Lincolnshire, the RAF are just

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three mm of their record rainfall level and there are concerns that

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if there is more rain on the weekend, situations like this could

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get worse. Thank you very much indeed. Paul

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will have the forecast in a moment. A man has been jailed for 12 months

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after he abandoned his car on a railway track during a high-speed

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police chase through Hull. This police footage shows the chase,

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which took place through residential areas at more than

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twice the speed limit. 41-year-old Gavin Steed drove onto the train

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line, an approaching train was only stopped after a police helicopter

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alerted the driver. Steed had admitted all the charges. A train

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travelling from Lincoln station has been derailed after a landslide. It

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is thought that a number of people have suffered minor injuries.

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A A �44 million reservoir is to be built near Lincoln. Anglian Water

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says it will supply homes and businesses in the city. It is

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suspected to be finished in the next two years.

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There's a warning this evening that a "drastic shortage" of council

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houses in Lincoln will lead to a crisis in the city. It's one of

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many issues being debated by politicians ahead of the local

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elections next week. Managers at the YMCA have told the BBC that

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unless there is more investment in housing stock the crisis will only

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get worse. Sherron Edwards reports. Been Clemence moved into the

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Lincoln YMCA a year ago after becoming homeless. He said he is

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now ready to move on but is stuck because of a lack of council

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housing. He has been warned that he could face a wait of three years.

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If I could move out now and free up the space and free up the support,

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I definitely would. Obviously circumstances are, I can't because

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of the waiting-list. The Lincoln YMCA offers more than a place to

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live, it helps people look for work and permanent accommodation. It is

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fall and has a waiting list. It is seeing more people stuck in the

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system waiting for a council house. If I were to use the word

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catastrophic, that would be a strong word in relation to the

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situation, but across the country there is a dire need to enable

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people to be able to move be moved from places like the YMCA.

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Lincoln? There is more accommodation required and

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currently there is a dry sticks shortage. There are around 2500

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people waiting for a property owned by the city council. The authority

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has seen its stock dwindle under the right-to-buy scheme. 20 years

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ago, it own 20,000 homes today, just 8000. Housing is one of the

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most important issues facing the authority which goes to the polls

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next week. One third of the seats are up for re-election this year.

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Currently Labour controls the authority with 17 seats. The

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Conservatives have 14. One Liberal Democrat and one independent.

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would look at all the empty properties around the city and

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bring those back into use. That would read it -- reduce our housing

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issue by a considerable amount. key theme for us has got to be

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helping people with the impact of the current recession and that

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means, essentially, addressing the housing crisis. There is no reason

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at all now the government has bought in a better policy for

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letting us keep council house rents that we can use that income to

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build more council homes. This week, the Lincoln YMCA moved five people

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from the hostel into this city centre house, but there are many

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other people waiting for the authorities to build enough homes

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all. They could be waiting a long time.

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And if you want more information on the local elections next week,

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there's much more on the website at bbc.co.uk/vote2012.

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Still ahead tonight: The little football club ready to join its

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bigger neighbours. The art work bringing back memories

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The Port of Hull has ambitions to become an important cruise ship

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Peter says, airport is spot on with his forecast.

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A goodness me, can I keep that? Do you want to read the forecast?

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Do you want to read the forecast? Watchet tonight! Let's have a look

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at the headline for the next 24 hours. It is a very unsettled one.

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Tomorrow will be the best day of the weekend with a lot of cloud,

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but hopefully brightening up after the weekend. Look what happens on

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Sunday, an intense low-pressure bringing heavy rain and strong wind.

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The Met Office have a warning in place already. Yorkshire has had

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its wettest April on record so far and Lincolnshire will follow. An

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incredible month. You can see the cloud but bought the rain today. It

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brightened up at times and has not been too bad. Overnight, the cloud

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will thicken with it some pieces of rain especially across Lincolnshire.

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Further north, a lot of drier weather to come. Temperatures

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around 5 or 6 degrees. The sun will rise in the morning at 5:31am and

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setting at 8:28pm. A largely cloudy start. I think there will be a

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little bit of patchy light rain across Lincolnshire. And in

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consider -- M insignificant amount. Skies brightening across Yorkshire

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with hazy sunshine coming through. Eight chilly wind coming in from

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the north-east. We will seek top temperatures around eight or nine

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degrees. Who might squeeze 10 Celsius further north. The early

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warning for heavy rain on Sunday from the Met Office. It looks to be

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a miserable day with gale-force wind in exposed places. They could

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be localised flooding to come, but next week shows a big improvement.

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Things settle down. I saw that coming. We got away with

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I saw that coming. We got away with that. Go a way!

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Have a nice weekend. It is hoped that the increase and the number of

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cruises in Hull could bring millions of pounds into the city.

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The liner Ocean Countess has been visiting the city to announce it is

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to increase the number of sailings. The ship's current destinations

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include Scandinavia, Northern France and the Channel Islands.

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Tourism bosses say cruise ships have the potential to significantly

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contribute to Hull's local economy. Here's our Business Correspondent

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Paul Murphy. Cruising is a multi-million-pound

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industry and Hull wants a slice of the action. 700 passengers were

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returning from a week-long cruise this morning. The first time we

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have been on a cruise and it was wonderful. Out of this world.

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are a lot of people that have come on this simply because it was easy

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to get to. The industry is more readily associated with ports like

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Southampton, but interest in sailing from Hull has been growing.

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This year, around 15,000 passengers are expected to travel through a

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hole but the ambition is to do things on a big gap scale. Just

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today we are turning around 1500 passengers, 70 -- 700 this morning,

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700 this afternoon. All of which I using local facilities in the towel.

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And across the Pennines they have already shown how cruise ships can

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transform an economy. Welcome to be sunny city of Liverpool! Here, much

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larger vessels carry up to 2000 passengers each. The industry is

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worth millions. You get people coming to stay for one or two

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nights before. You also get the opportunity for maritime industries.

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But something needs looking at, maintenance on the ship,

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potentially feed supplies, there are other areas that will benefit

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from those kinds of things. That is why in Hull they have been giving

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serious thought to the idea of the best boat cruise terminal close to

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the city centre will. The cruise sector is a massive growing

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industry in the UK. We have got longer term aspirations for a city

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cruise terminal. In the meantime, we are starting small. We seem to

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be having success. Tonight, another 700 passengers were boarding the

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ocean Countess. This is a local industry in its infancy, but one

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with big ambitions. Hull City manager Nick Barmby says

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he wants up to six new players in his squad for next season. The

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Tigers just missed out on the play- offs this season despite this win

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against Nottingham Forest last weekend and Barmby believes the

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squad will have to be strengthened this summer. A good four or five

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editions, we need to be stronger. It caught up on us in March with

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the amount of games, so we know our targets and we know how strong the

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squad needs to be. Well, of all our teams, it's

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possibly Gainsborough Trinity who are facing the biggest and most

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important tomorrow. The non league side need just one point from their

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game at Altrincham to qualify for the promotion play offs. It means

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they could be facing neighbours Lincoln City and Grimsby Town next

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season, as Simon Clark reports. Gainsborough, a humble ground for a

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humble team, but could it now be hosting clashes against its

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neighbours Lincoln City and Grimsby Town? Promotion seems an accessible

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when Brian Little was sacked weeks into the season after a poor start,

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but since Steve took over, there has been a transformation. The

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former Scunthorpe United player found the winning formula. I took

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over the reins as a caretaker and it was a joy because I live in

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Gainsborough. Everything felt right for us. We were on a great run and

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only lost once in 11 games to start with. Trinity needs just 11 points

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in a dramatic race for promotion. This is no collection of butchers,

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bakers and candlestick makers. Local talent is sprinkled with

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League experience like shame Clarke and X tiny gap Ryan Williams.

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them to come here, it would be fantastic for the town and great

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for the football club. I think it is something they can be proud of.

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Peter Swan bankrolls the club and he has done the maths. We had a

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good result earlier in the season and it is in our hands. If we win

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the match or draw the match, we are in the play-offs. We don't have to

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rely on anyone else. Preparations for this game have been far from

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ideal. Last night, an artificial service in the town was the only

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patch of ground these hopefuls could find.

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There's full commentary of Gainsborough's big match tomorrow.

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The match at Altrincham will be on BBC Lincolnshire. The game kicks

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off at 3om. Before that, fans of Lincoln City

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can listen to the Imps game against Ebbsfleet.

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On BBC Radio Humberside there will be coverage of Hull City's match

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against West Ham. And Scunthorpe United's home game against

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Bournemouth. Saturday Sport will begin at noon

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with Grimsby Town's match against Southport.

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A mural showing the life and times of one street in Hull is almost

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finished - 20 years after it was first started. This huge painting

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is aimed at capturing the spirit of Hessle Road - which was once the

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very heart and soul of the city's fishing industry. Simon Spark has

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been along to see the final touches. It is an idea thought of 20 years

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ago, but only now or is it getting its finishing touches. It is aim to

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capture the spirit of one of the most famous roads in Hull, has all

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road. Once the heart of Hull -- Hull's fishing city and most

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importantly its people. A History George Michie thought was too

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important to forget. I just wanted to capture the spirit of the road.

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Hessle Road was a separate community and it is a shame if

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everything about Hessle Road is forgotten. We remember Lou blocker,

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she voted for the rights of the trawler men to get better

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facilities. But there is still one more face to paint and that will be

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of Jack Harrison, that legendary X Hull FC player who scored 52 tries

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in one season. He was killed in World War One, but was awarded the

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Cross for bravery. It is a bit of a challenge trying to paint from a

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black-and-white with the Tote's -- with no tones and skin colours, but

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an enjoyable challenge. We were there to see it take shape. It is

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absolutely great. Brilliant. It may be finished much later than they

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had hoped, but the memories painted here will keep the spirit of has

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all rode a live for many more years to come. The man who thought of the

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idea will be there too. -- Hessle Road.

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

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A report find serious failings in the financial management of a group

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of Lincolnshire academies. Outlook for tomorrow: Most places

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dry with some sunny intervals although one or two light showers

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are possible. Maximum temperature 10 Celsius.

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That Academy story, an interesting e-mail here. I am a teacher and I

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would like to express my dismay at the findings today. It is never

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could -- negative publicity where staff and students give everything

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to achieve good results. It is clear our results have improved

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since becoming an academy. That is from a teacher.

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From a 12 year-old: The Priory has supported me through my GCSEs and I

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cannot fault the school and its teachers for the outstanding

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