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North. The headlines tonight. MPs vote against plans which could have

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secured massive investment on the banks of the Humber. You make your

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money back after 15 years and not five minutes. We do need good

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long-term commitment from the government. The holiday park

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homeowners fighting to avoid being evicted by their local council. How

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businesses across East Yorkshire are being told to get on board with the

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Tour de France. And as the sun comes out, so do the holidaymakers.

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Lincolnshire basks in the first signs of summer. Much more Clyde

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tomorrow but the fine weather will last for a few days. All of the

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gambling with hundreds of jobs in Hull after a decision which puts

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further doubt over investment in the Humber. MPs have been asked to sign

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up to a long-term commitment to renewable energy - a commitment

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which would secure jobs and businesses in the Humber's Green

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Port. But this afternoon they voted against the plan. One Hull MP says

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the money and the jobs may now go abroad. More from our Business

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Correspondent, Paul Murphy. It took less than 15 minutes for MPs to

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throw out the attempt to change the energy bill. 267... 290. Why does

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this matter? These are the plans for an offshore wind turbine factory in

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the hole and the one thing investors behind this want is certainty that

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the government will commit to renewable energy in the long term.

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Today, they did not get that. have billions of pounds of why that

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investment looking at this, you make the money back after 13 years and

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not five minutes so you need that good, solid commitment from

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government for carbon reduction because that is the strong

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argument. A seminar on green jobs, part of business week. The local

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colleges are gearing up for what it calls a new industrial revolution,

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but nothing is certain. These are big issues and I can understand the

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government has to make a decision that all of us have to live with for

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13 years and that could it have a huge impact. Renewable energy would

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be good for people like me, school leavers, going for apprenticeships,

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who can transfer from one industry to another. All of these skills I

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have learned, if renewable energy is required, I should have a good basis

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for moving on. But it has been claimed that today's vote could send

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green jobs abroad. Siemens is very clear and that is a problem because

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the government has not been consistent in their reproach.

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Siemens and other companies have been concerned they are not getting

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a clear message of commitment. those pinning hopes on green energy

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jobs, this will be a disappointing day. If the industry is to create

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large-scale opportunities on the Humber, investors will need more

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positive signals coming from Westminster. I asked the

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Conservative MP for Brigg and Goole, Andrew Percy, why he's against any

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commitment to end coal and gas energy by 2030. Because we do not

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know what decarbonisation targets would mean or if they are

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deliverable. And in any event, there will be a big expansion of green

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energy so it is unnecessary. have little belief in green and wind

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energy? Remember, thousands of people in the region work in the

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coal and gas industry and they will continue with that and I don't want

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them put out of work but the bill that is before Parliament sets out

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the subsidy system for the next few years and it is part of expanding

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green energy, not one or the other. This is your chance to show public

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commitment to securing jobs that this area needs. We will get the

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growth in green energy but I am not prepared to say to the people who

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put me in Parliament that at any cost and any prize on fuel bill, we

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should set an arbitrary target for 2030 and ends: Gas generation based

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on technology we don't know is available and we don't know the

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cost. This would give a chance to encourage Siemens and others to

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commit to the Humber region? money is there for the energy

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subsidies, this is about a fraudulent debate about whether we

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have green jobs. We will, but what this red herring of an amendment

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says if we set some arbitrary target that could peppered the area with

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wind farms, and is based on technology we don't know will work,

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and... Lord Haskins says it is only a small window of opportunity that

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the government has too proved its commitment to green energy and you

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are not doing that. I don't agree with him on this. You only have to

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listen to business leaders who say that the bill is welcomed anyway.

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ABP did not sign the recent letter demanding MPs vote for this so there

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will be an expansion and this is a red herring and most people want

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their fuel bills kept time. We'll Siemens come? It is there, with or

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without this and I hope they will. Very much so. Let us know what you

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think about this story. Would you like to see a more definite

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commitment from the Government to green energy or are they right to be

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cautious? Does the future lie in wind turbines or is there still a

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place for more traditional coal and the former soldiers being helped

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into a new career. People living at an East Yorkshire holiday park have

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begun telling a government planning inspector why they should be allowed

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to stay in their chalets all year round. About 70 owners at

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Lakeminster Park near Beverley have been told they'll be evicted because

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the site was only granted permission for holiday homes. Crispin Rolfe

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reports. Are they expensive static caravans or 78 permanent homes for

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more than 100 pensioners? That's the decision for a planning inspector at

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the end of a two-week inquiry into Lakeminster Park. People living at

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the Woodmansey site south of Beverley say they were sold

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properties to live in all year round rather than holiday homes in which

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they can't. All of our money has gone into this for retirement, which

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has blown up in our faces. But the council maintains they're living

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there illegally. We granted planning consent for the use of this site for

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holiday purposes and not for permanent residential occupation and

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clearly, to allow that to happen, it could set a very dangerous precedent

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for the many other sites that we have across east riding. It's a

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wrangle that's been going on for more than two years now and has seen

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in November 2011 Lakeminster Park Ltd apply for retrospective planning

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permission. An application rejected by the East Riding Council in May

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2012, issuing enforcement notices in September. Residents lodged an

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appeal against that in November and in December 2012 a public inquiry

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was granted. Millions of pounds worth of money rests upon the

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outcome of this enquiry. As well as upon a separate legal case being

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mounted against the developer of Lakeminster Park. Ultimately, it

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comes down to the decision of a planning inspector as to whether or

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not these pensioners have to move out of their homes for ever. That's

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what will happen if the council wins its argument to remove all the

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properties from this site. Though the High Court could still reverse a

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decision which is expected a month after this inquiry concludes. This

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is another story we'd like your views on. Should the people living

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at Lakeminster be allowed to stay or are the council right to apply the

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planning laws in this case? A 42-year-old man has been charged

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with causing death by dangerous driving of a cyclist from

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Lincolnshire. Timothy Osborn, who was 27, was found by his mother on a

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roadside in Spalding last September. It is thought he had been struck by

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a vehicle hours earlier. A man will appear in court later this month. A

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man has been jailed for life for the murder of a bricklayer from Snaith.

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Dale Partington's body was found outside a house in the town in

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December. He'd been stabbed. 38-year-old Leon Rushworth from

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Snaith was today found guilty of his murder and told he'd have to serve

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at least 20 years behind bars. Last year, James Story from Hull was

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medically discharged from the army and since then has struggled to find

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work. It's a familiar story for hundreds of other ex-forces

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personnel in our area. But thanks to a Yorkshire-based charity, James has

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been given the help he needs to start a new life after the army.

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Sarah Corker has been to meet him. When James Story joined the Army he

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thought he had finally find himself a career. But months of physical

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training left temporarily able to leave -- move his legs. His life in

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the forces was over. I was gutted, not just for myself but my family.

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Settling back in his home town proved difficult. I have been

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applying for every sector of work, from cleaning, manufacturing, and I

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have not been getting any replies for anything. That is where this

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charity has helped, offering careers management to those who have left

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the Army on medical grounds. some, robins exist, whether it is

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for homelessness, housing issues, whatever. At the top of that spiral

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of dissent is often the failure of having the right equipment. --

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employment. More than 4000 Army personnel have been medically

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discharged over five years and 60 present are due to muscular and

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skeletal disorders. The MoD says it plans to spend �226 million helping

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injured and sick personnel with recovery. Gulf War veteran Bob

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shakes his says it needs to do more. He became depressed since becoming

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discharged and has not worked since. They have created this killing

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machine and know they have finished, they don't want to know.

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For James, there was good news. He has been offered an internship at

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this IT company. It is hard coming back out of the services and the ink

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reemployed. It can be a long process and if we can give something back,

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that is important. He is hoping to raise the funding needed to take up

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his training and begin a new life and a future after the Army. The UK

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Independence Party says it will wait until after a police investigation

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before commenting on racist comments posted on the Facebook account of a

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Lincolnshire councillor. Chris Pain appeared before the party's national

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executive committee in London yesterday. He says his account was

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hacked. Our political editor, Tim Iredale, is in our newsroom for us.

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What has the party said? UKIP has issued a statement saying that it

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has suspended judgement on the allegations until the conclusion of

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a separate investigation by Lincolnshire Police. Councillor Pain

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said after the hearing that he'd step down as regional chairman for

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the party in the meantime but would remain as the party's group leader

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on the County Council. Lincolnshire Police says it takes all forms of

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harassment very seriously but says it could be some time before a

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decision is made on the case because of the complexity of investigating

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this kind of allegation. Councillor Pain insists his Facebook account

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was hacked and denies making racist comments. UKIP won 16 seats in last

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month's County Council elections and is the largest opposition party on

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the authority behind the Conservatives. Thank you very much.

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Still ahead tonight. Why East Yorkshire businesses are being told

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to get on the Tour de France bandwagon. And why this �7 million

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swing bridge is finally opening - three years late. Keep your

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photographs coming in. Stuart Rogerson took this of 22 ducks off

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to the Beck for a wash in Dunston in take their Audi TT car! That is

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great television! Hired you make a duck saying? Put it in a microwave

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until it is Bill Withers! Oh, dear! until it is Bill Withers! Oh, dear!

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Now the We won't have clear blue skies tomorrow, it has been

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forecast. Something of a change. The sunshine will return as we head into

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the weekend, and that is looking great. We can pick up this localised

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in the North Sea, curling around and already gloomy in Boston, and whole

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is cloudy and that cloud is heading westwards so if you have sunshine at

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the moment in Scunthorpe, it won't last. That cloud pushing all the way

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inland overnight and it will be accompanied by a little drizzle in

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places and temperatures down to around nine or 10 Celsius. 48

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Fahrenheit. The sun rises in the morning at 4:35am, setting at

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9:29pm. And the high water times... Grade to start the morning, result

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in places but otherwise dry and this cloud should slowly break up, some

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sunny breaks coming through and it might be a very slow process,

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coastal areas might stay grey all day. What a contrast with today.

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Let's look at those top trumpeters, struggling. -- temperatures. 16 or

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17 degrees. Thursday, grey to start, by turning up and the weekend

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experiments, warm with some put himself in front of that sign

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that's it lifeguard! -- that's it. Go away! With just over a year to go

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until the start of the Tour De France, businesses in East Yorkshire

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are being told they can make money out of the event, even though it

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won't be coming to the county. Tens of thousands of visitors are

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expected next summer in North, West and South Yorkshire to see the

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world's biggest cycling race, as Emma Massey reports. It's the most

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famous cycle race in the world and the start of the tour de France, the

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Grande Pass, is coming to Yorkshire in 2014. The first stage on the

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fifth July will be from Leeds to Harrogate. The second stage will

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wind its way from York to Sheffield. But it won't be coming any closer to

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East Yorkshire than that. Many local businesses feel that's close enough

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for there to be benefits all round. As far as retail or producers are

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concerned, individuals and schools and communities, everybody can get

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involved, if they like. It is an opportunity that we should be

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grabbing. As far as bringing income to the area is concerned, it is

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important. This afternoon, Welcome to Yorkshire has been hosting an

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event in South Cave near Hull aimed at convincing other local businesses

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that they can reap the rewards of the race. The arts festival will be

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across Yorkshire, the business opportunities will be right across

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Yorkshire so he will invite businesses from all across the great

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county to get in touch to say they want to do more business in France,

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weather in the supply chain whatever capacity. If it all goes to plan,

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the race could bring in �100 million for Yorkshire's economy. But some

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businesses in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire have yet to be

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convinced about what it'll do for them. Work is not really that close.

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Will they come this way? Will be benefit? There is a big attraction

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in north Yorkshire, will we be able to draw people to east riding?

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this restauranteur remains sceptical. I will not see the

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benefit in the slightest, I think coming around this area, through

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Beverley and the Humber Bridge, I thought there was a good chance it

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would have come here as well and that would have brought people to

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use torture. -- East Yorkshire. Whether it comes past your street or

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not, the organisers say you'll remember the Tour De France coming

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to Yorkshire for the rest of your life. I'm joined by Gary Verity from

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Welcome to Yorkshire, who organised today's event. How can businesses in

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East Yorkshire be expected to buy into this when it is not coming to

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the county? It is straightforward, if you are in Yorkshire, it is a

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Yorkshire section and the average distance spectators travel is 135

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kilometres everyday so that includes Liverpool, the whole of the North of

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England. We expect people right across the North of England to watch

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the tour France so here, South Cave, it is 40 kilometres from where the

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nearest stage will pass by and when I went to one day in 2011, we were

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staying at a hotel base with one of the teams, 65 kilometres from the

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start. But you heard some of those people, some of the traders, there

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is a good deal of cynicism any structure and we're still feeling

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pretty sore that we missed out? people are, it is a mixed picture,

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let's be careful. We have had a lot of cycling clubs getting in touch

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from his daughter saying they think it is fantastic. Today's event was

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about inspiring businesses to understand what the two references,

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it is greater than just the route, the arts festival, the business

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opportunities, Pan Yorkshire, and all of those providers in that

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sector, they will host people. All of those opportunities apply to

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everybody. Very good to talk to you. Good luck. The Health Secretary,

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Jeremy Hunt, has ordered a review into plans to reorganise ambulance

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services in Lincolnshire. An independent team will now look at

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the way East Midlands Ambulance Service carried out its

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consultations. EMAS wants to close several ambulance stations across

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the county and create new hubs. But Lincolnshire's Health Scrutiny

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Committee has raised concerns about the plans and there are demands for

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Lincolnshire to have its own service. Again, being fined �3.5

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million for the third year, which is over �11 million in fines, which

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could have been invested in the service. At the end of the day, the

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goal has to be, can we have our own and billing service back? To provide

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a better service for the residents. Three years after it was due to

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open, a bridge in Hull will finally be brought into use later this

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month. It is shaped like a pinball flipper but that unique design has

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caused a series of technical problems. Linsey Smith reports. It

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promised to be a bridge to be proud of. Pedestrians can ride on it as it

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swings open for river traffic will enjoy a coffee inside. �7 million it

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and three years overdue, the newest bridge over the River Hull will

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finally open this month. I drive my bike around here so I will be using

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it and there is a cafe in the middle. What about �7 million for a

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bridge? That does not sound excessive in today's money.

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bridge to nowhere. Not much on the other side, just the hotel. And it's

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a bit run down. The bridge was part of a regeneration plan for the East

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bank and it was meant to lead to apartments and cafes. The bridge

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went ahead because it was paid for with public money but those other

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ventures collapsed but the recession, leaving the land here

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empty. In a statement, Hull City the bridge to nowhere, but it's the

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bridge to this land. Land that Hull City Council hope will now become

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more marketable. So the regeneration can continue - if a little late.

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Summer has finally arrived and across Lincolnshire, those who can

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have been having fun in the sun. The sunshine has brought out the

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visitors. Gemma Dawson spent the afternoon in the county. Summer has

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arrived. And those who can have been having fun in the sun. In Woodhall

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Spa, when the sun comes out people strip off and go for a dip. The pool

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was redone last year and since then we had a record year and this year

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we are on for the same again if the weather holds. And the did today. In

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the shade it reached 16 degrees today but the water here is nearer

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30. It's wonderful, this pool is lovely, warm. It is great to get

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outside and make the best of the weather. So nice having this

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facility on our doorstep. The pool is wonderful, so warm. She enjoyed

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it. Lovely. Lincoln's Brayford Pool looked like a Mediterranean marina

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this afternoon. Here, too, people were making the most of the

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sunshine. It has been so miserable and cold and overcast and we have if

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you days of sunshine and it makes you feel wonderful. It makes you

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feel better. And businesses here hope the warm weather continues

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because tourism is worth more than �1 billion to the county's economy.

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Businesses notice the differences and people want to enjoy the city

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centre and the attractions and when it is raining, people do more

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inside. When the sun comes out, this is when it works. It was cooler by

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the coast but in Skegness people were still making the most of the

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sunshine. And businesses here are thankful the sun has finally

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arrived. It is nice and we are trading or cable before, it was

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terrible. It has totally killed trade for everyone on the coastal

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area. So many here hope this warm weather continues. Fantastic

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pictures. We should be so proud. Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines. 60 years on - the Queen marks her decades as

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monarch in a special service at Westminster Abbey. Warnings that

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green energy jobs could go abroad and the Humber could miss out after

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MPs vote against plans to commit to the renewables industry. Tomorrow's

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weather and it'll be a grey, damp start but will slowly brighten up.

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Sunny spells later. Cooler with highs of around 16 Celsius. 61

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Fahrenheit. And the green energy comments. Jim says, another kick in

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the teeth for the region, jobs shot down in flames. David says, common

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sense at last, a vote against green energy and wind power. Fracking is

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the only solution to the energy needs and it is high time we realise

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that. John - the proposal was earmarked for the Thames and there

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would have been no hesitation. They know what - South divide rules. And

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Barry in Bridlington says, we should stop lighting the countryside with

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