06/02/2013 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


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Police make two arrests as they continue their search of farmland

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for the body of a suspected murderer. Luke Campbell - hoping

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for another winning performance for his home city fans. Air feels like

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that have a responsibility to make them proud, to show what talent has

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come out of hole. Wintery showers, a fine day to come tomorrow. The

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four forecast to follow. An energy company which wants to

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build a wind farm with almost three hundred turbines off the

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Lincolnshire coast has been told to expect massive opposition to its

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plans to bring the electricity it creates onshore. RWE has revealed

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new details on where it thinks it could lay 25 miles of cable and

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build an electricity station the size of 30 football pitches. It

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says it will bring hundreds of jobs to the area at Bicker near Boston.

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Off the Lincolnshire coast line, developers say it will look

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something like this, only visible on the distant horizon. It is on

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land where the public's concerned are beginning to show focus. We are

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fed up with these kind of companies and corporations making lots of

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money from public subsidies, trashing our countryside. They will

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not get away with it. The power generated will come ashore on by a

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cabling under the seabed. It will be transferred to to an electrical

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compounded Skegness. 25 miles will be laid under the Lincolnshire

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countryside to way sub-station the size of 30 football pitches. The

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developers say the power generated could enter the National Grid by

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the end of the decade. The amount of power which can be produced by

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the complex is really important for the UK economy. It is still in the

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planning stage, the scale of the project is difficult to imagine.

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Out at sea, 288 wind turbine is, generating enough energy to power

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850,000 homes. A project that will create more than 300 permanent jobs.

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In the village close to where the sub-station could be billed,

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residents need convincing. I did not find it acceptable. It puts a

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big blot on the village. There is no way you can put a structure of

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that size down on to defend, people love that landscape. For many, it

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is an environment will -- dilemma. A public consultation starts on the

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15th the debris. -- 15th February. Phil's with me in the studio now.

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Do you think that this will be the first of many battles about

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windfarms around our coastline? still has to go through the

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planning procedure. A promise that Lincolnshire County Council that

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they will fight the application to the nail. There is growing

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controversy in the towns and villages. The developers are very

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keen to try and reassure people when they go out to public

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consultation in a fortnight's time. Let's not forget the coastline

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still has a further five wind farm as going through planning

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procedures. The damage to our environment may be a recurring

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theme. -- wind farms. We'd love to hear your thoughts on

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this one. Is the disruption to the countryside a price worth paying

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In a moment: Patient care is the top priority says the hospital

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trust accused of putting targets Two men have been arrested on

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suspicion of killing James Brodie as police continue their search for

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his body on farmland in Lincolnshire. Mr Brodie went

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missing ten years ago - he was wanted for the fatal shooting of a

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jeweller in Nottingham. Police believe he too has been killed.

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Specialist teams have been searching for Mr Brodie's body in

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East Heckington near Sleaford for the last several days. Gemma Dawson

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is there tonight - Gemma what's been happening with the search

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today? We are now at the end of day three of the search, - has been a

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lot of activity in the grounds of the property behind me. -- that has

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been. Search teams have left for the day, and the police are

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searching again the morning. Day three of a windswept farm, the

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search for remains of a murder suspect. Police brought in radar

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equipment that can search under ground. We have been supported by

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the Centre for Applied Science and Technology, they have been using

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techniques to penetrate under the ground. They are looking for this

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man, James Brady, who has been missing for more than nine years.

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Tonight, two men have been arrested on suspicion of murder. We have a -

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- and rested two men, one was initially from Nottingham. Police

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believe that the killers were involved in the murder because of a

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bungled robbery on a jeweller's shop. There is a lot more work to

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be done for the remains, experts are still planning where to start

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digging in the grounds of this vast farmyard property. I'm told the

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search could continue until the end of the week.

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A search will begin again tomorrow for a dog walker who went missing

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in Lincolnshire two days ago. David Leman - who is fifty-one - had

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taken his dog for a walk near the coast in Skegness on Monday morning.

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The dog was later found alive. Police have spent today searching

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the salt marshes around Gibraltar Point.

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The new Chief Constable of Humberside Police will be Justine

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Curran. Her appointment was confirmed this morning by the

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Police and Crime Panel. Justine Curran has more than 20 years

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experience, and is currently the Chief Constable with Tayside Police.

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She's also a graduate of the University of Hull. She will

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replace Tim Hollis who's retiring in March after eight years in the

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job. Justine Curran was questioned for

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an hour and half by members of the Humberside Police and Crime Panel.

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She was the commissioner, Matthew Grove's choice. But before agreeing

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to her appointment, they quizzed her on a whole range of issues from

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PSCOs to privatisation. And it is a whole new era, and I'll be working

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in partnership with the commissioners, and my priorities

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are about how we can have delivered the police and crime plan which she

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has consulted on widely among Steve region, which represents all the

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things you want to achieve. Other parts of the stats which you want

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to improve on? They have done a lot, but there is more to do. The

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figures are quite high. We need to look at the causes, and how we can

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stop people being subject to violence. Ms Curran will take over

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from retiring Tim Hollis. The Police Federation, which represents

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officers, says his are big shoes to fill. They want the same strong

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leadership and support at a time when the force is facing savings of

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�30million by 2016. We expect strong leadership, fairness, and to

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maintain police numbers to provide an effective presence on the street.

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We want them to be investigation capable, which is what the people

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of the region deserve. So do the public have ideas for the new chief

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constable? We gauged opinion about police performance on the Orchard

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Park Estate in Hull. This estate has seen some investment in recent

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years. If you look at Statistics, There are still policing challenges

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here. It is not really bad, it is the same as anywhere in a. In a mix

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of the community a bit more, they need to get to know people. They

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are not doing anything really. There are lots of car crimes and

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theft. The balance in such different views is something she

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will be used to. She joined the force in April. -- she joins.

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In a moment: Skating to impress - the Olympic champion practising his

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latest knockout routine. Cup triumph for Gainsborough Trinity as

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an all-Lincolnshire Wembley final moves closer. A we are really

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excited. We're definitely going to Wembley. And a excellent result.

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Well done to gains brat. A double treat for Gainsborough, the picture

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tonight is also from there. -- Gainsborough. Here's a question

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from Brenda, is one of the Lady forecasters Paul's wife? We have a

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wager? The female presenters are more your line command a? That is

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more your line command a? That is Tonight: Scattered wintry showers

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continuing, frequent in places at first but clearing later, with all

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parts then dry and clear spells. It has been really cold. Showers,

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sleet, even a whisker some snow. -- even a whisker of some snow.

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Minimum temperature -1C. Strong northerly wind moderating. Outlook

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for tomorrow: A dry bright day with sunny spells, although cloud will

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tend to increase later. It is dry, bright, some sunshine, a welcome

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change. Staying dry, much less windy. Still cold with a maximum

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temperature of 5C. Moderate Northwest wind. Friday: Cloudy with

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a little patchy light rain or snow mainly in the west dying out. Not

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announcing too much, Saturday, a lot of cloud, allow to dry weather.

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Colder air pushing in, the risk of sleet and snow.

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80 wheeze last night, the tablecloth looked like something

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out of Little House On the Prairie. That is rich coming from you!

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Today's report into failings at Stafford hospital says that care

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and compassion is being overlooked, and other hospitals could also be

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failing. A former health manager says that hospitals are still

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prioritising targets over patients' safety. Nursing leaders say that

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The David Bowles is the former chairman of the United Lincolnshire

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Health Care Trust and he feels managers are more concerned and --

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more concerned about hitting targets. I think the staff are too

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good for what has been in the report but I think the evidence

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is... It paid the Ogden kept a diary after her husband's say and

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she says care for him was lacking doing his final weeks. When I left

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him at night, I knew he was not looked after. Fluid had come from

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his legs on to the sheets. The nurse said she had Bath Tim but

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they never noticed all these horrible things on his legs.

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spokesperson for the trust said a new management team came into place

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two years ago and many steps have been taken to improve the care

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provided. But unexpectedly high death rates are a problem that many

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local hospitals are having to tackle still. Nicky Moreton works

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at Scunthorpe General in critical care. Hair care -- team had to

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intervene when Maureen's breathing worsened yesterday. Make sure

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intervention is put in as fast as possible to stop patients

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deteriorating and that will result in a better standard of care and,

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therefore, decreased mortality rates. Today's Francis report

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called for compassionate and committed nursing so every patient

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receives a patient -- the care they deserve whichever hospital they are

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Earlier, I spoke to Eiri Jones, the Director of Nursing at the United

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Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust, and asked her if she was now concerned

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about a report into Boston Pilgrim Hospital 15 months ago which

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highlighted dangerously low staffing levels.

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I am not worried at this point in time. We have undertaken work that

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refuse ward staffing on a daily basis and we have plans in place to

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make sure staffing stays. One of the main things to come out of the

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France's report is that management must admit when they have failings.

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You have been good at saying things that the trust are getting better

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but will you admit patient care has not always been what it should have

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been? It is always important to admit when something has not gone

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right and that is how we work currently. It is important to focus

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on that and also to say when we are doing things right as well.

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nurse who works at Lincoln County Hospital could text it to say some

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staff are so busy they don't know which way to turn and she says it

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is unfair on staff and patients. What you say to that? We are clear

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that if any staff have individual concerns they are welcome to speak

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to us directly, they can speak to their senior professional lead -

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either a mate and or consultant - and we want them to tell us when

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they have concerns. "come passionate and committed nursing"

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his what has come out of this report today. Have you got that?

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are one of the first to launch it internally. The three providers in

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Lincolnshire have launched it together. That is something I look

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for every day in all of our star -- staff, care and compassion and good

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communication etc. It is fundamental in getting good care

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right. A very emotive issue at the moment.

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You might have some thoughts on that. What are your experiences in

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Yesterday, MPs approved same-sex marriage in England and Wales in a

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key Commons vote. On Look North, we reported that eight conservative

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MPs from East Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and North West Norfolk

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voted AGAINST the plans. Henry Bellingham, David Davis, John Hayes,

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Greg Knight, Edward Leigh, Karl McCartney, Sir Peter Tapsell and

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Martin Vickers registered their The Great Grimsby Labour MP, Austin

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Mitchell, decided late on to vote There was a big reaction. Here are

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 41 seconds

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There was a huge reaction and thank you for all of those.

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Fans of Gainsborough Trinity are planning a trip to Wales after

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their latest victory which sees them move a step closer to a final

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at Wembley Stadium. Trinity beat Barrow in the quarter-finals of the

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FA Trophy and they will now play Wrexham in the semi-finals in ten

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days' time. Amanda White reports. Could Gainsborough Trinity be

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heading for Wembley? This 2-0 victory over Barrow last night

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means the FA Trophy final is in touching distance. We are through

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to the semi-finals and one game away from Wembley. Andrew Stothard,

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who's written a book on his beloved club, hopes they're off to the

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promised land. It is massive. We have never been anywhere near

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Wembley. I don't think we've been passed the last 32 before. One more

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round to go. The club's manager has lived the dream before, in the FA

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Vase final with Brigg Town. It is a great atmosphere. Even for a small

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town, we took lots of fans are and I even scored in the game. We want

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more of that success. Around 400 or 500 will be here on a normal

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Saturday but they hope it will be filled to capacity when Wrexham

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visit in a fortnight. It's buses to Wrexham that Trevor is hoping to

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fill. Fantastic. Can we use our bus pass? The last time they had some

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success it did good things. Do you ever get down there? I used to go

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were locked at one time and I would go on the bus. The only place I

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never went was anger. Sorting out the travel sort -- falls to fan,

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Trevor. We are hoping to better our last good result. With Wembley

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beckoning, possibly in final against Grimsby Town, this is a

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Let us hope the Bangor Tourist Board are not watching.

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Scunthorpe United were also in action last night as they beat

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Portsmouth 2-1 at home. Two goals from Akpo Sodje, including this

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winning effort in the 84th minute, gave the Iron the win against their

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fellow relegation strugglers. The win has now lifted them out of the

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The Olympic gold medallist Luke Campbell may have reached the

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halfway stage of ITV's Dancing on Ice, but this week will see his

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biggest challenge yet. Simon Spark met up with the Hull Boxer at his

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It is one thing doing well in the competition, but it is another

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staying in. There's the expectation We've met up with Luke Campbell

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near Manchester for his latest training session and this week, he

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says, he will be really going for it. We've got a massive lift in our

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next routine. This will be the hardest routine coming up this

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Sunday. So far, he's avoided every skate off and last week, with one

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for it spins and Dove lift, even Mr hard to please was pleased.

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performed very genuinely it, I thought, and you looked beautiful

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with your partner. I am not the best skater but as long as people

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enjoy it I am happy. I am trying. I am putting 100% into this as I do

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in my boxing. All the people that voted for me, thank you very much.

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What you may not appreciate when you see him on screen every week is

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how much effort goes into each routine. He told us earlier he has

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been practising seven days a week and this is a two-hour session.

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Although there were smiles today, last week cracks were beginning to

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show. Just go! What's up with you? It ended up working out in the end.

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20 minutes we -- later we were fine. He has been brilliant. I knew him

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from the Olympics as a team mate. Suddenly, you don't want to see

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anyone get hurt on the ice or see anyone leave. He's been brilliant.

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Expect to see love and romance in the next routine and expect to feel

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Well done to look. He's never actually been in the skate off at

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all. Good luck to them for Sunday night. Let's recap the main

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headlines: A damning report into the failures at Stafford hospital

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calls for fundamental change across the whole of the NHS. Campaigners

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are divide developers over plans for a massive new wind farm off the

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Lincolnshire coast. Tomorrow's Told to start and then Calder all

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Their response on the subject of the wind farm. "if they are not

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built in Winchester -- Lincolnshire, they will be built elsewhere. Why

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don't we capitalise close quotes. Another says any idiots would close

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this down. Another says isn't it funny that the people who one win

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funds don't live near the proposed sites. Another says it is hot air.

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Another: I don't know why people kick up a fuss about offshore wind

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