03/05/2012 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


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

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There's anger at the decision to allow thousands of gallons of water

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to flow away to the sea in drought hit Lincolnshire. Why can't they

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set a bit aside for making a reservoir for a certain area and

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pump the water there? A teenage girl tells the police she's the

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mother of the baby whose body was found at a recycling plant. Jailed:

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Seven men go to prison for their part in a major drugs operation.

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All the fun the fair - we're with the revellers preparing for an

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event going back generations. more heavy rain in Lincolnshire

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tonight. Join me for the latest. month after the hosepipe ban was

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introduced across Lincolnshire, the Environment Agency is being

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criticised for wasting water by allowing gallons to flow out into

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the sea. Despite the fact that the county has been in drought for

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almost a year, they say it's necessary to prevent flooding.

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Critics say the water should be stored on land to help ease the on-

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going problems. Our Environment Correspondent, Siobhan Robbins,

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explains. Gallons of water heading out to sea at Boston Lock. As it

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flows out, up the road, water courses are low and will drop

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further. It is crazy. Why can't they set a bit aside for making a

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reservoir for a certain area and pump the water into the reservoir?

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And then we are keeping some water and it is not going to sea. Why is

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all this water being pumped out to sea, but we're facing a hosepipe

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ban? The Environment Agency said this is necessary to protect areas

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further upstream from flooding in the future. They also say despite

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all the rain, the land still isn't wet enough to reverse the ban. No

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one wants homes put at risk of flooding, but some claim during wet

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weather, we should store the water. During April we haven't used

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anything from the mains top up. It has all been rain water.

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Lincolnshire council saifrs money each year harvesting water in this

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tank and it ends up in here. We're not flushing mains water. It is all

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rain water. That helps sustains and to save money on water bills and

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that the help people pay less rates. Reservoirs are one way to store

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water. Why can't more be siphoned off and used during droughts?

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can consider putting in more water storage reservoirs, they're costly

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to build and take up a lot of land and you need to be certain that is

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the right way to spend money. The other thing we need to look at is

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making use of water we have already got. A pipeline is being built to

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move water from near Louth to boston. But some believe we should

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store the water already flowing into the town, rather than piping

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it down. In a moment, how a cleaner sea could help some of our resorts

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to bring in more visitors. A teenage girl is being cared for at

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Scunthorpe General hospital after a baby's body was found at a waste

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recycling plant. She contacted police last night after an appeal

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for information. It's not clear how the baby died and detectives are

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waiting for the results of a post mortem examination. Amanda Thomson

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has more. A detailed forensic examination of the recycling plant

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has kept police officers busy all day. The operation has been on shut

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down since the discovery of what is unds to be a baby boy yesterday.

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The buy that -- guy that found the body is distressed. He is being

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looked after by police. Across town the young mother is being scared

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for at Scunthorpe General Hospital. -- cared for. In a statement we

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learned that police received a telephone call from a girl who was

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The caller was identified as a local teenage girl. We don't know

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how the infant came to be at the recycling plant, but locals told me

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they fear the community might have let this young family down. It is

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something big that we need to look into and something we need to, I

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think as you do, it is a good idea and people need to talk to each

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other and try and find out. If there is people like they should be

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helped and there should be a community standing together to find

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why this can happen. It is our children and our future.

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postmortem and detailed forensic investigations like those that have

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been going on here for most of day will reveal many of the facts. But

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truly understanding the tragedy that has unfolded here is going to

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take time. I've been speaking to Alley Lofthouse from the charity

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Afoundling, which supports mothers who've abandoned their babies and

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the children involved. She's been assessing the young mother's

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emotional state. I think she will be distraught. I think she'll be in

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shock. I think depending on whether she knew or whether she didn't know

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she was pregnant, she will have the shock of actually having the baby

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and then the shock of what she's actually done and the reality of

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what she has to come to terms with now. What would you like to see in

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circumstances such as these? Because it is illegal to leave a

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baby? It is. It is, in this country. Do you think that's right? I don't.

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I think the law is right, but there needs to be an amendment on the law.

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If somebody does leave a baby maliciously, I do believe thigh

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should be charged and prosecuted. But if you have somebody in such a

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distraught situation that they have no option but to leave a baby,

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whether it's left out to be found or not, then they should be you

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know they shouldn't be prosecuted. In many countries abroad, there are

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baby hatches, what are these? baby hatch is like an incubator, it

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is somewhere, normally attached to a hospital, where people can go in

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through a separate door and they leave the baby in the incubator.

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And just leave the baby and walk away? Yes. There is an alarm set

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off. There is information inside them, they can leave as much or as

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little as they want. Would you like to see that here? And there is no

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breaking the law. No there is an amendment to the law that says

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they're free from prosecution if they surrender their child safely

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that. It is classed as a safe situation. Would that be ideal for

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here. It would be. I think you need a mixture. Because there is a cost

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implication and the way we're at the moment financially, I think you

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need two parts. You need the baby hatches and you need what the

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Americans have which is a safe haven. Very interesting to talk to

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you. Thank you very much indeed. Train drivers in Lincolnshire are

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on their second day of strike action in a row over pensions. East

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Midlands Trains says it wants to resolve the disagreement as soon as

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possible. It's the second time in a week that ASLEF members have walked

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out. The union says their action is not aimed at upsetting travellers.

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I apologise for any inconvenience they're experiencing today, but

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they must understand that we don't take this action lightly. This is

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the last resort and we don't want to alienate the customers. The

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customers will be with us as train drivers, they have been all my

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career and they will be even after these trains have gone. We're not

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trying to do that, we're trying to inconvenience the employer. A year

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after a series of arson attacks at a house in Castle Bytham and police

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are again appealing for information. Peter and Sylvia Cox are in their

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70s and 80s and were forced to move away and live in hiding. One of

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their dogs was killed the fourth time their cottage near Grantham

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was targeted. Lincolnshire police say they would like to hear from

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anyone with any information. Two farmers have today each been

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sentenced to 11 years in prison for running a major drugs operation

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across the East Midlands and Yorkshire. It's been described as

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the biggest operation by Lincolnshire police in more than a

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decade. Drugs with a street value of �1.1 million was recovered. Our

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correspondent, Vicky Johnson, was in court today, she joins me now

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from the newsroom. On the face of it they were two hard working

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family men who lived in the Louth area. Philip Cox ran the Joy of Koi

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fishing lake, while Stephen Payne helped run his family's farm. But

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they became the ring leaders of a huge wholesale drugs operation -

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supplying drugs to mainly to the Grimsby area, but also to the rest

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of Lincolnshire and parts of the Midlands and Yorkshire Timothy

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Louth, from Wyberton near Boston was described in court as a

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talented musician and charity fund raiser. But he was sentenced to

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nine years for his role in the drugs operation. Another four

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defendants - Simon Godwin, Jamie Milne, both from Lincolnshire, and

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Liam Buckley and Rashpal Singh, from Yorkshire - were all jailed

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for between 12 months and three years. Today's convictions were all

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down to Lincolnshire Police's Operation Atlanta which began in

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late 2009. Around 100 covert operations were carried out during

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the long investigation. Police today released some of their

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surveillance footage, showing packages of drugs being left in

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remote location and being retrieved by another member of the gang. The

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police said the success of the operation was down to joint working

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with the East Midlands special operations unit. It has been a big

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police operation. I followed it personally since it started in 2009

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and it has been the biggest operation of its kind in recent

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years and the sentencing we have seen today shows the amount of

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effort that has gone into the investigation. Seven men have been

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jailed and another six are expected to appear in court tomorrow. And a

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further two men will be sentenced at a later date. So as we have said,

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this has been a major and very successful Lincolnshire police

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operation. Thank you. Still ahead tonight: How the Diamond Jubilee

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celebrations have grabbed the imagination of people across East

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Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. All the fun of the fair - The Lincolnshire

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town preparing to enjoy an event dating back almost 1,000 years. And

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we were excited by this photograph taken. This is bluebells at Lund.

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Thank you Jeff for that. Another picture tomorrow night. Roger says,

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do you think it is right a presenter like Paul Hudson should

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appear not only not wearing a tie, but a ski jacket two sizes two

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small. Can you turn side ways, you're getting the old Michael Fish

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corporation. What did you think? enjoyed every second. You were

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washing your hair - or taking it washing your hair - or taking it

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off! It is unsettled, with more of that useful rain, but some of us

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are sick of it. Some more patchy rain and this weekend it is colder

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with frost at night. But importantly it looks much brighter

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and in fact not too bad a weekend. More of that in a moment. You can

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see how much cloud is on the satellite. The thickest is running

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still through central and southern parts of Lincolnshire, some heavy

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rain in Skegness and it will continue to run in from the east.

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There could be some decent rain fall in Lincolnshire. Getting as

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far north as the Humber. Yorkshire should be dry with temperatures

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around six Celsius. So the sun will rise in the morning at 5.19. Your

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high water time at 10 to 6 tomorrow. So mostly cloudy, still some patchy

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rain in Lincolnshire. Sinking southwards for for Evers Yorkshire

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A dry morning, but in the afternoon some rain and drizzle. Not too

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clever, still a cold day, it has been a cold day today, we're

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looking at single figures temperatures tomorrow, nine Celsius

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is just 48 Fahrenheit. But then skies clear on Friday night and we

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should wake up to blue skies and sunshine on Saturday morning. But

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that will be with a frost. Sunday very similar. So all in all a cold

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weekend with some wintry showers. But the emphasise is on -- emphasis

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is on fine, bright weather before See you tomorrow. Now the bridge --

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the beach at Bridlington has been given top marks for the quality of

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its water in a new survey. Last year, the town's 0 beach was

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criticised for reaching the minimum legal requirement, but now

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standards have improved. Our reporter is there now. How big an

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issue is the water quality there? Considerable. When you think that

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Bridlington is the birthplace of British surfing, it is an issue.

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Last year, the beach at last it's blue flag because the water quality

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was not good enough. This year though, the Marine Conservation

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Society says these beaches are to be recommended. That is good news

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for businesses, who rely on money generated from the tourist trade.

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Although in 2015, those water quality standards are due to double.

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Let us find out what Bridlington is doing about it. What are you doing

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to make sure Bridlington complies? We are looking to the future and

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are hoping to achieve the higher standards in water quality. We are

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investing for �2 million. What will that money deliver? It will allow

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us to deal with storm water flows. And are you confident you can do

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that in time to bring Bridlington up to standard by 2015, this

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crucial date? We are confident. We are looking to start work at the

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end of the Year and complete for the 2014 bathing season. And you

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are asking people to contribute to this process. We have a concept and

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we are keen to get feedback from people who live in Bridlington. We

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are holding an open day where people can come and look at our

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plans. Businesses are hoping that Yorkshire Water will deliver for

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the 2015 deadline. Please send us your thoughts on the hour beaches.

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We look forward to hearing from you. Voting has been taking place in the

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council elections in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. Voters in hole,

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North East Lincolnshire and the City of Lincoln are going to be

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polls to elect councillors. Our political editor will be here with

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all of the news from away election battle during a special programme

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tonight called Vote 2012. It begins at 11:35pm.

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There are just a few weeks left to the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.

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Councils are reporting an increase in the application for street

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parties. Almost 150 have been made so far. Many local communities have

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plans well under way. It may be their first experience of

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the Jubilee party, but at this school in hole, the children are

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well aware of what is required. Bunting is being made here at the

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rate of knots and be just a few weeks left to will the Jubilee,

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these tiny fingers had been busy. - - left to the Jubilee. We are going

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to send out was to Buckingham Palace. On 31st May we are going to

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have a street party. Local residents will be aware something

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is going on when the tables and bunting go out. But what we wanted

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to foster is part of this a real idea of community that we have lost

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over time. Across our area, applications for street parties

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have exceeded all expectations. 144 have so far been made, more than

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double the amount for the royal wedding last year. In Hull and East

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Yorkshire, 67 parties had been planned. Across the whole of

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Lincolnshire, celebrations will take place in 77 towns and villages.

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Make your plans early, get your application in as soon as possible

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because we do not want to run out of time. Have a great events, but

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plan for it and plan early. Are we going to taste each cake? And in

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this village, or the residents had big plans for the Diamond Jubilee

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with a four-day festival. We have the crowning of the Carnival

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Queen... In it is a village with a lot of experience. There have been

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celebrations here for the Queen's silver and golden jubilees and a

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street party for the royal wedding. It is just an excuse to have a

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really good party. So with a Royal plans in place, it is the day these

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children will always remember. Stories which may be recounted to

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their own grandchildren in years to If you are doing something for the

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diamond jubilee, do let us know. Bosses at BAe have confirmed there

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will be no compulsory redundancies at its Brough factory this year.

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The announcement follows the company's Annual General Meeting in

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London yesterday, which saw hundreds of staff gather outside to

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take part in a rally to protest against job cuts. We are confident

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that there is interest in the skills on site. The plan is to

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convert that into actual contracts. We are further on in that process.

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Well lots of you got in touch about this. One viewer who calls herself

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Mrs J texted in. She says more than just the BAe staff will be affected.

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There are another 300 sub- contractors who will also lose

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their jobs.' Martin Credland emailed us saying

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he's a former BAe worker. The government wants the best value

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from all its defence contractors, so why does it let a manufacturing

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complex like Brough go to the wall? But Tony telephoned to say, a lot

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of the armed forces are cutting back. If there are no armed forces

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then there's no need to make planes. That's life, unfortunately. Thank

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you for all of your responses. There has been a call to make a

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former Bishop of Lincoln into a saint. A leading academic in the

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city has written to the Vatican asking for 13th Century Bishop

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Robert Gross-Test to be canonised. Lincoln Cathedral say he was an

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important figure. Bishop Robert Gross-Test is important in Lincoln

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and the country. He was bishop here at the beginning of the 13th

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century, but more important than that, he was one of the greatest

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scholars of the medieval period. Nick Barmby's future as manager of

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Hull City remains unclear this evening. The BBC understands that

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Barmby was suspended by the club's owners on Monday and head of

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football operations Adam Pearson was sacked. It's thought Barmby met

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with the club's owners this afternoon, but his position remains

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unchanged. Gainsborough Trinity have kept

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alive their hopes of meeting Grimsby Town and Lincoln City next

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season. In front of their biggest crowd of the season they drew with

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FC Halifax in the first leg of the play-off semi-final as they bid for

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promotion to the Football Conference. Here's our sports

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reporter Simon Clark. It was a match that caught the public's

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imagination, so instead of the usual few hundred, there were a few

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1,000 people they are hoping to see history being made. The manager and

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chairman must have been dreaming of money-spinning clashes when, struck

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again. Se Halifax, who finish the season on the same number of points

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as Trinity, scored a vital goal before the break. In the second

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half, Gregory was the scourge of an erratic Trinity defence. He

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equalised to set up a second leg semi. This goes down as probably

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avoid game. We go there now in a one of the shoot-out. They

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supported ours, there was a buzz around the town and everyone seems

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to be enjoyed the football. Hopefully that can last and we can

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go up there with a big fan base and get the results we want at Halifax.

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Well done to them and BBC Lincolnshire will have for

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commentary of the second leg at Halifax on Sunday afternoon. The

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game kicks off at 3 o'clock. If you live in Boston, you may have

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noticed a piece of history returning to the town. The May Fair

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was brought in to entertain the local people. These days, the main

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focus is on fairground rides, but they is plenty of history to the

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whole thing in Boston. It is called the made fair and it started in the

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early 1100s. Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines. America says it's found documents

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that show Osama Bin Laden wanted to assassinate Barack Obama.

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There are claims that thousands of gallons of water are being wasted

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in drought hit Lincolnshire. That outlook for tomorrow - another

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cloudy day with a little patchy light rain or drizzle in places.

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Feeling cold, top temperatures of ten Celsius. As I said, if you live

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in Boston, you may have seen this bit of an your history returning to

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the town. -- Annual history returning to the town.

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Despite the cold and rain, preparations are in place for the

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annual fair. It has had to change with the times. This Market Place

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would have been fought of shows. You would have the menagerie show -

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20 cages of wild animals and 50 horses. There were theatres,

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illusions, but with the invention of steam and the steam engine, the

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bigger rides came and we would have seen the early signs of the

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gallopers and other rights such as that. This man prides himself as

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being the last local showman of the fair. He has had a stall here for

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the last 25 years. It is in my blood and the people of Boston are

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fickle. They will come out rain, hail or shine. With the fair been a

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charter, it is granted to the people of Boston. This is that very

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Chartered that establishes the right for the Boruc of Boston to

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hold an annual fair. Drawn up in 1545, with the seal of King Henry

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VII. It gave the right for self governance of the borough and for

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asked today it incorporates the writer had an annual fair. It is an

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important document for giving context to the evolution of the

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fair. It does not sustain a fair itself, but it gives us that

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fantastic tie in to the authority to continue that great tradition.

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And continue it well. It starts today with its official opening

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tomorrow. Over the next nine days, it will adds a colourful beat to

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