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

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Workers make a grim discovery, as the body of a baby is found at a

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recycling centre in Lincolnshire. We do have concerns for the mother

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of this child. We are trying to establish what's happened, but one

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of the main priorities is to locate the mother of this child and get

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her the help she probably needs. Save our jobs, save our jobs, save

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our jobs... A show of support - hundreds of BAE workers protest in

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London against planned job cuts. want to let them know that we scare,

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first of all, about this. We care about our site, about our jobs ants

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about our families. BAE managers tell Look North they

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are listening. We will not spare any efforts in looking for

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opportunities for redeployment and training.

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Olympic security - Fighter jets from Lincolnshire prepare to play

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their part at London 2012. And from walking the thin blue line

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to treading the boards - the policeman turning his hand to

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stand-up. And I'll have your detailed forecast, coming up

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Good evening. The body of a baby has been found

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at a waste recycling plant in North Lincolnshire. The discovery was

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made in Scunthorpe by staff at the site this morning. Tonight, police

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have told us the baby, believed to be a boy, could be up to six months

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old. They say their priority now is to find his mum. Emma Massey

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reports. The investigation is still in the very early stages.

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Humberside Police have said the body of a baby believed to be that

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of a boy was found here at Bell Waste Control in Scunthorpe at

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around 9.30 this morning. Earlier today Humberside police also

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confirmed the body was found at the last stage of the recycling process.

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At this stage we believe that it's a child, a baby. We can't give an

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age. Unfortunately, any further details that I would give you would

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be speculation. So we are not talking about a stillbirth hire?

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we believe it's a baby that's reached full term. Although the

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plant is open the area where the baby was found has been cordoned

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off. We collect and process from local businesses a lot of cardboard

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waste and politics. That's what we separate. The police are concerned

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where the body's come from. We've been able to help them with their

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inquiries and assist them where the bins have been collected from.

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Police are concerned for the wellbeing of the baby's parents,

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especially the mother, who Knight need help and support. They are

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urging the parents to come forward or anyone who might be able to

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identify them. And Emma joins us from that

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recycling site now. Emma, what else do we know about this investigation

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at this stage? Peter, we still don't know how the baby died or how

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he came to be seemingly discarded. I spoke to the plant manager and he

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said the body was found in commercial waste, not amongst

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domestic rubbish. He said the person that found it has been left

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traumatised by the ordeal. They said the baby wasn't a foetus but

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was around six months of age. The post-mortem takes place tomorrow.

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Police are hoping that someone comes forward before then. Emma,

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thank you. In a moment:

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What's the council ever done for you? We look at how they're

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spending your money ahead of tomorrow's local elections.

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Managers at BAE have promised that "no effort will be spared" when it

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comes to finding work for employees facing redundancy from their site

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in Brough. In their first television interview, bosses have

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also confirmed they are in talks with other companies about taking

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over the factory. It comes on the day that hundreds of employees

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travelled to London to demand answers at BAE's annual general

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meeting. Our correspondent, Siobhan Robbins, was with them. Save our

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jobs, save our jobs... It it was clearest message so far. Hundreds

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of workers standing together, fighting to save their jobs.

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want to let them know that we care first of all about this. We care

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about our site. We care about our jobs and we care about our families.

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They are trampling all over me like I'm a nobody. We are fighting for

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your jobs and to feed our families. Today they brought their campaign

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to the capital, to the doorsteps of the bosses of the company's annual

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meeting. This is the Hartley family's third protest. I came to

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London when I was nine years old. It shouldn't happen twice. Let

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alone once. We are capable of making the work, there is no need

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to mover it across the Pennines. These workers aren't just fighting

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for their jobs. They are here to show their anger over payouts to

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bosses, including a �1.4 million bonus to Ian King. They say how can

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that be fair when they are facing redundancy? Local MPs came out to

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show their support. For the work eshes, keep going. We've done

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better. To BAE, recognise your responsibilities. The taxpayer paid

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for you today. I think they are going to change their mind on that

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but we can see a range of opportunities to maintain aerospace

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manufacturing at Brough. There's a much healthier dialogue about that.

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In September they were fighting to work on the Hawk. Today they just

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want somewhere to work. As long as we keep working and we

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are keeping manufacturing, whoever we are working for it doesn't

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matter. I would like to stay with BAE Systems, but if that's not an

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option, as long as I've got an employer who is going to keep

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paying me and keep me in the same type of work I'm in now, I will be

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happy with that. As they head home these workers hope their protest

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today has shown bosss the human face of what has so far been an

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industrial dispute. Siobhan is in London. You've been

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speaking to the company about the job losses. What have they said to

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you today? For the first time BAE has spoken on camera about its

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intentions for the site. It's confirmed that it is dedicate to

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the finding all of the workers jobs. It has confirmed that there'll be

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no compulsory redundancies in 2012, something that MPs have suggested

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on Monday. When I spoke to Nigel Whitehead I asked hill about the

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suggestion that other companies might be brought on site. I asked

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whether there was anyone specific in the frame. At early stages and

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at this stage, because of the business sensitivity of it, we are

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acting under a series of confidentiality agreement, I won't

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name businesses today, but active interest. Ideally if we could get

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that active interest to gel in an appropriate timescale, a

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probability of -- possibility of continuation of work. Identify with

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the passion, identified with the energy that they are putting in to

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it. Does it sway us? We were already fully committed to that

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mitigation process. The truth is that we continue to be committed to

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it. I appreciate their passion. So from that perspective it is raw, it

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is very real and quite compelling. If you are onest and you look at

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your position in September and now, are you more or less confident that

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you can save those jobs? We are certainly more confident that

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there's real interest in the skills and capabilities on the site. The

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trick is to convert that into commitment from other companies,

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jobs for the people on the site and redeployment opportunities. We are

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further on in that process. What's your message to the workers here

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today? The message is that we'll not spare any efforts in looking

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for opportunities for mitigation, redeployment and retraining. So the

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question on everyone's lips, has today made any difference? In a way

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I think yes. Not only have these workers reinforced to shareholders

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their dedication to saving those jobs. For the first time BAE has

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publicly confirmed that it is talking to parties interested in

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investing in this site that. Means there is hope in saving these

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workers from redundancy. Do let me know your thoughts on

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this. Are you one of those workers or family of one of those workers

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who travelled down today? Do you think your message got through?

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Maybe you are facing republican si elsewhere? Do you support this --

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Two men arrested in connection with the murder of a woman whose body

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was found near the Royal Sandringham estate have been

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released on bail. 17-year-old Alisa Dmitrijeva from Wisbech was

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reported missing in September. Her body was found in woodland near

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Anmer on New Year's day. The two men, aged 28 and 31, are also from

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the Wisbech area. The Environment Agency is

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rebuilding an embankment in Boston after part of a road collapsed into

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a waterway. The incident happened because of a burst water main on

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Horncastle Road. It's expected to stay closed until tomorrow while

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repairs are made. A woman has been rescued after her

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car went over the cliff at Flamborough. The vehicle became

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stuck on the edge at North Landing last night. The female driver was

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airlifted to Hull Royal Infirmary after being winched to safety.

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The owners of Hull City have broken their silence about recent events

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at the club. In an interview with the Hull Daily Mail, Assem and Ehab

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Allam say the club will continue to grow without their former Head of

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Football Operations, Adam Pearson. And they say money was made

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available to the manager, Nick Barmby, in the transfer window. His

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future remains unclear. Sarah Corker reports.

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Another day - and another twist to the turmoil engulfing Hull City.

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The club's owners have hit back at claims they werent willing to

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invest. 'We made made money available and we wanted a striker'

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- Assem Allam said today in a newspaper interview. For the owners

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to say we are willing to spend that much per week on a player and we

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were telling the management team to buy a striker when the problem was

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that the club wasn't striking goals, the impression was that the money

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wasn't there. It is comments made by Nick Barmby

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about his transfer Budget which are believed to the led to his

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suspension. Today fans learnt that ticket prices will be going up. The

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club has a wage bill of �17 million this season. One of the highest in

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the Championship. As a result, the Elams say the cost of season

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tickets will rise. An adult season ticket in the west stand costs �440

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but that price could increase by between 10-15%, taking prices up to

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between �484 and �506. Certainly won't be going at that price.

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would help the club, yes. It's regular income, you can plan on it

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I think a few people won't subscribe again. There's a move of

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uncertainty hangs over the K C Stadium Nick Barmby's future is

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expected to be clarified by the end of the week. Speculation is rife

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among fans as to who would replace him as manager if he does leave the

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club. Billie Davies is top of the list. Ex-Wolves boss Mick McCarthy

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could also be in the frame. But the owners couldifies a back flash from

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fans, who say they are dismayed by It goes without saying that we will

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continue to follow that story. Anglian Water says the construction

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of a major new pipeline in Lincolnshire is the kind of project

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they will have to do a lot more of in the future. �40 million is being

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spent by the company to take water from Covenham Reservoir near Louth

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to Boston. Our weather forecaster Paul Hudson has been investigating

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claims that if we have another dry winter we could see stand pipes in

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use next year. And tonight you can see Paul

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Hudson's full report in an Inside Out special on the drought. That's

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on BBC One at 7:30pm.$$WHITE They control a multi-million-pound

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budget and are responsible for What a treat on Wednesday night on

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BBC One. Alan Sugar and Paul Hudson. Their key role much! Let us look at

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the weather headlines for the next 24 hours. It remains unsettled and

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there is more rain on the way across southern parts, particularly

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North Norfolk and southern Lincolnshire. Some patchy rain on

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Friday but on Sunday it and Saturday, for the May Day weekend,

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there will be a fair amount of dry and bright weather before rain

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returns on bank holiday Monday. As I say, the weekend's not looking

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too bad. Of more on that later. You can see that cloud streaming up

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from the south-east. It is bright rain now, rather than sunny but it

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has been a lovely day. Overnight we will see that rest heightened with

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patchy rain over the Wash and southern Lincolnshire. Otherwise,

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dry with temperatures down to five or six degrees. Here are the high

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water times. Berry's Own Risk Of outbreaks of rain in at the centre

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of our region overnight. -- there is a rest. A mostly dry day for the

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north of the region. Another chilly one on the coast in the north-east.

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Highs of nine or 10 degrees Celsius by the sea. A pretty miserable day

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around the Wash with highs at 10 degrees Celsius. More rain late on

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Friday but the weekend is not shaping up too badly. That is the

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forecast. For a bit more like Margaret The

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Lodge should go. -- than it lot sugar. You are getting criticism

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from all over Europe. Spanish TV is not as good at are accurate as your

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forecast, according to a dealer. Thank you for watching. Still to

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come: work starts on pinning millions of tulips to throw up --

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tulips to floats ahead of the Spalding Flower Parade.

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And from the cells to the stage. We meet the policemen turning his hand

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They control a multi-million-pound budget and are responsible for

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spending your money on local services like housing, roads and

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bin collections and tomorrow voters in three of our council areas will

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decide who runs their local authority. With a summary of where

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elections are taking place here is our political editor Tim Iredale.

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Tomorrow voters in Hull, Lincoln and north-east Lincolnshire go to

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the polls. In these areas one-third of council seats will be up for

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grabs. In Lincoln, Labour are defending a slender majority of

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just one seat with the Conservatives not far behind. In

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Hull, Labour have a much larger majority of 12 seats after they

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snatched the city from Liberal- Democrat control last year. But

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many eyes will be a north-east Lincolnshire which is currently a

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hung council. Labour are the largest party there and need to

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gain two seats to take outright control. Traditionally, local

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elections in our area have a low turnout. Last year only one in

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three people used their vote so will it be any different this year?

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It is my right to bite and I feel silly not being able to do that. I

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hope fully will be. It is a good question and the

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answer is that I will not be voting. I have lost faith in all the

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parties, are rarely. Everybody has a boat and you should

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use them. I think it is important abodes and

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choosy you want to be in charge of things.

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So for those who will be voting, polling stations will be open from

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7 o'clock in the morning and will close tomorrow night at 10 o'clock.

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Thank you for all your views on green energy and windfarms after

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our story yesterday. We told you how the cost of electricity

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produced by windfarms and the future of turbine production were

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discussed in Hull at a renewable energy conference. Here are some of

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your comments. Sally in East Yorkshire says, "Wind

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turbines ruin the views of our countryside, affect radar and are

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noisy. Wave power would be more effective and less ugly."

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Steve texted to say, "Wind turbines are hopelessly uneconomic. They

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don't even cut carbon emissions given the resources used to build,

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maintain and back them up when the wind isn't blowing."

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But Ron from Hull disagrees. He says, "There is nothing wrong with

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windfarm technology. The problem with energy costs lies squarely

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with the energy companies' quest to Typhoon jets from Lincolnshire will

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be flying over London this week as part of a security training

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operation for the Olympic Games. It's the first time fighter

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aircraft have been stationed at RAF Northolt since the Second World War.

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Our Defence Correspondent Jonathan Beale has more.

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The roar of the engines from for typhoon jets announce their arrival

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in London. It marks the start of this major Olympic security

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exercise over the next eight days. Hurricane fighter planes are

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dressed in line waiting for the signal to take off.

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It is the first time fighter planes have been based here since the

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Second World War, when her O'Kane's were flown here through the Battle

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of Britain. Now, in peacetime, the most advanced fighter jets the RAF

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has are training to acts during the Olympics, if necessary, as a last

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resort. It there is an unknown aircraft

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that threatens the game there will be high level decision-making to

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take care of that aircraft. We carry weapons to deal with that

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events. 8th there will also be helicopters

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carrying snipers and spy planes flying over the major Olympic sites

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over the next few days. It is unusual activity but nothing

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to worry about. It is preparation for the Games and reassurance there

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will be there and watching. We will still be that the Games but out of

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sight and out of mind. This is just be exercised a later

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this summer they will be ready to act if necessary.

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It is about training the military embolden the Olympics and to

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tearing any attack as well as reassuring the public that the

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Olympics will be safe. Have caused all his military hardware would

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only be used as a last resort. -- of course.

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Non-League Gainsborough Trinity have a big game this evening. They

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are through to the play-off finals, fighting for a place in the

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Conference Premier League which would see them playing the likes of

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Lincoln and Grimsby. First though they have got to beat Halifax Town

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over two legs to make the final. And there will be full commentary

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of Trinity's vital match on BBC Lincolnshire tonight in their

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The huge task of pinning more than a million tulip heads on to dozens

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of floats ahead of this weekend's flower parade in Spalding has

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started. The parade has been on the town's calendar for more than 50

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years and gets up to 50,000 visitors. Jake Zuckerman has been

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to see the floats taking shape. With only three days to go, the

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float decorators are hard at work. Each year, Spalding celebrates its

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traditional bulb-growing industry with a grand parade and each year

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there is a different theme. The theme for this year is food.

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Because Spalding is a massive feed grain area it seems a logical thing

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to do. There are so many food manufacturers and suppliers in this

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area. Every float has to be covered with

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flower heads. It'll take more than a million tulips to get the job

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done but all that work certainly pays off. When they are finished,

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the floats will look something like this. 12 different colours of tulip

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are used. Many of the workers are volunteers.

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It puts us on the map, it nationally and internationally.

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People come from all over the place to see it.

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One young helper has more reason than most to be excited. Sophie is

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working on the float that she designed herself.

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I will be on the float at the front. I will be dressed as a carrot. I

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try to make it a bit different. The theme was fruits do so most people

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thought of beggars and ships so I thought the opposite anted

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vegetables. -- burgers and chips. - - answer thoughts of vegetables.

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The parade has a serious side too. 50,000 visitors are expected and it

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is estimated they wll contribute more than �1.3 million to the local

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economy. He is a serving police officer with

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the Humberside force but Alfie Moore has swapped patrolling the

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streets of Scunthorpe for a life of stand-up. After being told how

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funny he was, he has taken a career break and embarked on a UK tour.

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Last night was his biggest performance yet and Leanne Brown

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was there. You may not think that there are

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many similarities between being a cop and a comedian but you would be

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wrong. When you are a car, you turn up and

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have to make a connection quickly and under pressure. You have to

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make a connection with the audience they quickly and if you do not you

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are in trouble. We say it quite quickly, in a

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deeper voice. Things like, Humberside. It sounds pretty cool.

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Alfie has been a policeman for 18 years so, as you'd expect, it

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features heavily in his show. Is it is funny how drinking is

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acceptable in this job. Imry last are drinking was frowned upon. I

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had to be very discreet. And he has also taken to wearing a

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uniform. The art fits eyewear is quite retro

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and 1970s. -- the outfit I wear. It is stereotypical old-fashioned

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detective look. Once you put the uniform on, a U-turn in so a bit of

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a super hero. You change your personality and it makes you braver

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and a couple of inches taller. It is a bit like that when you are

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performing like this. His first tour seems to be going

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down well with the audience in hall. We work for the police so we

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relates to a lot of the stuffy as saying. It is very true to life.

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To doing the job every day, it is interesting to find out how he

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perceives it and make comedy out of bed.

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A some really good stories. Really entertaining.

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So it seems he does live up to his name as the laughing policeman.

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Good luck to him. Let us have a recap of the main headlines.

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The coroner says the M I six officer who was found dead in a

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sports bag was probably a more fully curls.

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A major investigation is underway after a baby's body was found in a

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recycling centre in Scunthorpe. Tomorrow the weather will brighten

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up during the day but a chance of rain in Lincolnshire and the South.

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He sat temperatures of 12 degrees Celsius.

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Talking about the situation at BAe and the response coming in. Well

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done to the workers and keep fighting. Plenty of people have

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lost their jobs during the recession and have received little

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or no help from local councillors. Counsellor should help everyone.

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