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North. The headlines tonight: Hour-long waits for drivers trying

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to get across the Humber Bridge as work begins on a new toll system.

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Having been able to view the traffic this morning, we think we have a few

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solutions. On a visit to a new power plant, the

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Business Secretary says the Government's doing all it can to

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bring Siemens to Hull. The mother told by a train conductor

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that the toilet was a better place to breast-feed than the carriage.

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was humiliated and I do not want this to happen to anyone else. It

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was mortifying for May. Inspired by Andy Murray's win,

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tennis fans take to the courts. a difference a year makes. This time

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last year we were in the middle of a summer monsoon. Tomorrow it is the

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great Yorkshire show and it looks set to be one of the hottest first

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days on record. Join me live on the showground later in the programme.

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Good evening. It's supposed to make crossing the Humber quicker and

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easier but today work to install a new toll system on the Humber Bridge

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caused delays for hundreds of commuters. Many were stuck in

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traffic jams for three miles and delayed by an hour-and-a-half.

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Tonight, the Humber Bridge Board say the problems were unacceptable and

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won't be repeated tomorrow.in a moment we will hear from the bridge

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master. But first Caroline Bilton has this report.

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They queued from one side of the river to the other,bumper to bumper

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- some for over an hour. This was the problem. Work had started to

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replace the 30-year-old toll booths with a new electronic state of the

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art system, one designed to make the journey across the river quicker.

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But today it brought traffic to a standstill not just on the bridge

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but the surrounding roads too. it took just under an hour, for some

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of my colleagues it longer. Many took to social media to express

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their frustration. James, who was graduating from Hull University

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wrote, "When I finally get across the Humber Bridge I should just make

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the post-ceremony reception." Some had to change their plans

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completely, avoiding Hull and going to Scunthorpe instead. Karen from

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Grimsby tweeted, "As much as we love the Humber Bridge we don't want to

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queue all morning. Sorry East Park another time, but Normanby Hall here

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we come." And for Samuel he said, "I think it's diabolical that they are

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still charging people to cross the bridge, when the works are crippling

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traffic flow." For bus companies who have been working to improve the

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service across the bridge, there's concern longer term delays could

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have a damaging effect. Certainly, we have got the concerns that it

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will put people off using the buses. Travelling across the bridge and

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taking jobs on both sides of the river. The work will eventually lead

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to this - a system that will mean customers can cross the bridge

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without having to use cash or tickets. It's hoped it will lead to

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faster journey times, quite the opposite of what's happened today.

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As we heard today drivers were unhappy with the delays. The Bridge

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master Peter Hill told me they had made mistakes this morning: not

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happy, I must admit. A lot of our customers suffered delays. You know

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how many people cross the bridge, but no thought was given to how much

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disruption this would cause this morning? It was thought about, we

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had a plan, we had a back-up plan. With traffic management, you have

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got to do it safely and not just quickly. Here is an e-mail from Rod

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asking why it were only two booths open when at peak time that is not

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enough? That is obvious, isn't it? For the replacement toll system

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which will benefit customers magnificently in the future, but you

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cannot make an omelette without breaking eggs. It will certainly a

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big omelette this morning. This e-mail is from Cheryl, why not let

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the traffic through without paying to clear the congestion. That is a

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good idea. That is an option which has been suggested several times

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before. Unfortunately, it is not an option for me. I am going to make

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sure we do not have access or delays for the customer. I left at 8:20am,

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it took me an hour and 20 minutes to get across the bridge, will it be

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sorted tomorrow morning? That is another e-mail. It is sorted now.

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The traffic management has been modified. We had the back-up plan in

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place. So tomorrow morning we will not see the problems we saw this

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morning, is that what you are saying? We are still only utilising

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three lanes essentially because we do have the works to undertake. So

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there may be some slight disruption for people but nothing like this

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morning which anyone would accept is unacceptable. Thank you for talking

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to us tonight. We want to hear from you on this

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story. Were you stuck on the Humber Bridge this morning? What do you

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think should be done to minimise the disruption while the new toll system

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back open five months after a landslip closed the line.

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Business Secretary Vince Cable opened one of the biggest bio fuel

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production plants in Europe today in Hull. Vivergo Fuels has cost �350

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million to build and will use a million tonnes of wheat a year to

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provide a green alternative to petrol. Mr Cable also told Look

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North that everything possible has been done by the government to bring

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energy giant Siemens to the Humber. Our environment correspondent Phil

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Connell has this report. The fuel that is used to power our

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cars is changing and on the outskirts of Hull, road is

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converting wheat into ethanol which is seen as a more sustainable way of

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fuelling our cars. At this stage it is unlikely to be any cheaper.

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bring feed wheat into farms, we made it into flour. We add water and

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yeast and brewed beer in these tanks here. We take that beer, we separate

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the alcohol out and that is the fuel for your car. The plant was opened

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this morning by the business secretary Vince Cable. It is one of

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the biggest of its kind in Europe. As well as making biofuel, the wheat

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is converted into animal feed as well. I think it shows that big

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investors are willing to invest large sums of money on Humberside.

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The plant needs to source a million tonnes of wheat from local farmers

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every year. Fraud that -- from that, 420 millilitres of biofuel

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we'll be produced. That could see 10% of Britain's transport needs

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being met by green technology. Some groups say it is morally wrong to be

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using wheat as feel where 30% of the world's population has insufficient

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food. It encourages food crops being burned in our cars at a time when

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food prices are going up. Hunger is increasing in the world. For farmers

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it is a win-win situation. Cheaper animal feed and a reliable source of

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income for those growing wheat. After recent poor harvests, can

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enough be grown to feed us and fuel our cars? You can relate it back to

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the days of farming with horses when Robert the third of the farm was

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there to produce food for the horses to work the land. In one sense, we

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are probably going back to that in a different way. It is claimed that

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biofuel could reduce car emissions by 50%, confirming Hull's 's edition

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as a leading player in the energy industry.

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Earlier on his visit to Hull, Vince Cable told me he was hopeful that

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Siemens would commit to building a wind turbine factory in Hull.

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We certainly want to see them in Hull. We think there is a good

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industrial reason to being here. We think there is a good market with

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the wind farm is going up in the North Sea. Hull has marketed itself

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very well as a centre for green energy and I am hoping we will

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succeed. The decision is down to the company itself. Indeed it is. Why

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haven't we heard it is a yes before now? There are a lot of issues to

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work through with them, in terms of the return they would get on the

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North Sea, the conditions under which wind farms would be

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developed, the details of their relationship with the port in whole,

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government guarantees. There are a lot of moving parts. We think we

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have created what is a very good offer and we are looking forward to

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getting a good result. It is down to that. Is the answer, yes you think

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it will happen, or are you a bit worried? There is no point in me

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trying to predict things. We have done everything we can at government

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level to make this work. Siemens are very good company. I know they are

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very interested. The decision is down to their board and we are

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looking forward to a good outcome. Minister, thank you for talking to

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us tonight. Thank you. We will continue to follow that story.

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Rail services have resumed between Cleethorpes and Doncaster, through

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Scunthorpe, exactly five months after a land slip blocked the line.

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Passengers have been forced to take buses since a slag heap collapsed at

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Hatfield Colliery in February. Originally it was feared the line

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wouldn't be open until September. Our reporter Simon Spark was on

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board one of the first trains to run along the re-opened line.

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At 6am, the first train to Doncaster since the 9th of February at

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Scunthorpe Station. Passengers here relieved to finally board a train

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instead of a bus for this 38 minute journey. Earlier, Cathy was one of

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the first to collect her tickets. The service we have had with the

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buses has been really useful but it is nice to have it back. There are

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international travellers as well. I am from Vegas. I am trained King a

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train to Manchester to head over to Italy. Some have saved money by

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being able to take a direct journey. I had to go to London last night.

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Now I can go straight through. much better. This is the reason why

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people have been so delayed for so long, 1.4 million tonnes of spoil

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material moved all four tracks five metres vertically and 15 metres

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laterally. As far as I know it is one of the biggest jobs network rail

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has been involved in. They do massive projects across the country

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but this is something which was really different. A lot of

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engineering expertise was needed to get this line back open again.

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we are passing through where the landslip happened. You can see the

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volume of material they had to shift. We are still on a temporary

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speed restriction but it has taken five months to get this far. We are

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passing through it in just a few seconds. It is not just the

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passengers who have been disrupted, it is the businesses as well.

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think the closure of the rail line has had an impact. I estimate about

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2000 visitors have been lost as a result of this. The weather has

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always -- the weather has helped us. There will still be a risk this year

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continuing to move spoil from that site to across the road. Doncaster

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to cool services are still affected but a full service will resume by

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the end of the month. Thank you for watching. Still ahead

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tonight: Inspired by Andy - tennis fans take to the courts after

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Murray's Wimbledon win. And almost 150,000 enthusiasts enjoy the sun,

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sights and sounds at Waddington Airshow.

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We will have some pic shows in just a moment. Mr A Smith took this of

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two of the Red Arrows at Waddington yesterday.

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Here is a shot of a smug face. OK, you got it right! We do not need to

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hear you loading. What did you say seven days ago? You said I would

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leave the country. A public apology is issued. Your punishment was going

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to Harrogate. I did not mean that! You have viewers in Harrogate as

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well. Let me give you the graphics for the Great Yorkshire Show. 28

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degrees here. Cloudy and cooler on this evening, finance any

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overnight. Eventually, we will see temperatures drifting back to 11 or

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12 -- fine and sunny. Don't panic if you have been in Lincolnshire today

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where it has been great all day. We will all enjoy lots of sunshine

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tomorrow. It will be cooler along the coast. It looks cooler and

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cloudy again on Wednesday. Thursday, a bit of an in between sort of day.

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We see some sunshine coming through. On Friday, we will have another

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sunny hot day. It may well be the hottest day of the year on Friday in

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land. A hot day tomorrow and on Yorkshire Show, they know where to

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find you. The beer tent is a long way off! A few complaints from

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Harrogate coming in. Thank you very much indeed. See you tomorrow.

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A mother from North East Lincolnshire has received an apology

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from a rail company, after she was asked to go into the toilet to

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breast-feed her baby by an employee on the train. 23-year-old Chantelle

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Nichols, from North Somercoates near Louth, says she was humiliated. Jill

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Archbold reports. This is Morgan. At four months old

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she's starting to communicate with adults. Her vision is developing and

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she's growing fast, and her mum has to cope with her demands for

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feeding, whatever the time or place. 23 roll Chantelle was travelling on

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a Northern Rail service when she needed to start breast-feeding her

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four -month-old daughter. She was approached by the conductor who is

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said to her she might be better breast-feeding her daughter

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somewhere like this. I was completely humiliated, completely

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mortified. I have breast-fed both my children in public and I have never

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had this before. I went bright red and I could see everybody turning

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round and staring at me and smirking at me. I was really embarrassed. The

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benefits of breast feeding have been well publicised by the NHS, but

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still only one in every 100 women managed to exclusively breast feed

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for the recommended six month. of the things that women often say

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to us is that they feel areas are not suitable. We need to make that

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major culture shift to make it the most normal thing to do. That will

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ultimately help women. What do women at this mum and baby group think?

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is quite discreet when you do it properly. As for being asked to move

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to the toilet, I think that is disgusting. I would want to get off

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the train. No one would eat in a toilet so why would you send a baby

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there, of all people? Would men feel the same as Mac I think it would be

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a bit embarrassing if she was right next to me. Everybody has their own

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reference. Personally, I have not got a problem with that. Chantelle

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who has since received an apology from Northern Rail, says she's been

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overwhelmed by the response from people commenting online. But will

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three months' free rail travel ever take away her embarrassment?

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I spoke to Pete Myers from Northern Rail. I asked him why the train

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conductor had challenged Chantelle. Challenged is probably a strong

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word. The conductor offered her a quiet place to go. He asked her to

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feed the baby in the toilet. That is right and that was the wrong thing

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to do. Quite places on trains are hard to find and he thought

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misguidedly it was the right thing to do. He did not understand that

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leaving aside basic hygiene, he did not understand common sense and the

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law. He thought he was doing the right thing. He probably did not

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understand the ramifications of asking somebody to feed a baby in a

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toilet which of course is not appropriate. Is it difficult for

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train companies. Some people will feel uncomfortable sitting opposite

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somebody who is breast-feeding. do you answer that? We rarely, if

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ever, get complaints about that from the public in that situation. I do

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not think it is difficult. So that does not justify why he decided to

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do this? He was concerned to the lady as opposed to complaints from

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anyone else. Do your conductors need a bit more training to move them up

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to 2013? We have got to make sure they are fully aware of the

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equalities act and what it means. Because he obviously was not? He was

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mistaken. The equalities act is a big old piece of legislation and we

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have to make sure that every aspect of it is covered. This woman is very

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upset and shocked. And for that we genuinely apologise. Train travel

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should be an easy and pleasant experience and where it is not, we

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have done it wrong and we are genuinely sorry. What would you like

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to say to Chantelle? It is an easy thing to say but we genuinely mean

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it, we are sorry and we apologise. Thank you for coming in. Thank you.

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That was very good for him to come in from Northern Rail. You might

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have a view on this story as well. Should mums be free to breast feed

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where ever they want, or maybe you think it should be done in private?

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Tennis fans East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire have been taking in

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Andy Murray's Wimbledon win. His victory, added to the achievements

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of teenager Kyle Edmund from Tickton near Beverley, could give tennis a

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boost. Our sports reporter Simon Clark has been to find out how their

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successes have been received. It was a moment when the nation came

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together. Andy Murray's wind, the first 477 years for a man. Touch

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tennis slows down the game so all abilities can play. They were

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inspired by the Scot. I have been watching Wimbledon for the last two

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weeks and I was definitely inspired. I could not wait to come down to the

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court today because Andy Murray won yesterday. The enthusiasm here today

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is wonderful. It is part of the world, someone extra to latch onto.

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Kyle Edmund 's, a doubles semifinalist did not need reminding

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how it all started in Beverley. could look up at someone and see how

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they would doing. Hopefully I can keep on improving to inspire more

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kids. And in Beverley today, Kyle's mentor or is taking a new generation

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through their paces. For people here, it is Kyle as much as Andy and

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Laura that gets them winning. Hopefully there will be a lot more

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people interested in tennis, especially people from around these

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parts were Kyle is from all stop hopefully we can keep them for a lot

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longer this year. Whether you are called Andy, Kyle or Nora, this is

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how it begins. Whether you become a Wimbledon champion or not, what

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these children are learning is what a great game tennis is. It is real

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fun and it is a good sport. It just makes me happy really. You feel

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proud of them because they are from your hometown. They are quite a lot

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of money and I would like to have that amount of money when I am

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older. It is Andy today but could it be Kyle tomorrow?

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The world awaits. Rugby League and Hull KR have moved four points clear

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of their city rivals, Hull FC. The Robins trailed at half time but

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fought back to beat Salford by 28 points to 18. This Travis Burns try

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sealed the team's fifth consecutive victory. Across the city, Hull FC

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lost their fourth straight game. The Black and Whites went down 22 points

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to 16 against Huddersfield at The KC Stadium and are now eighth in Super

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League. Hull City defender Paul McShane has

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signed a new two year contract with the club. The 27-year-old joined the

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Tigers when they were last in the Premier League and has been rewarded

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for his consistency last season. It's been a fantastic weekend of

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warm weather. Thousands have been out at events in East Yorkshire and

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Lincolnshire. Our cameras were there Vulcan. I was at the end of the

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runway when it took off. It was fantastic. The biggest clap today

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was for the heart in the sky. have had a fantastic weekend. There

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were 42,500 cars. The weather is great. Lots of nice people here.

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is good. It is great. Nice to have something like this in Hull.

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first time here, I am really enjoying it. It was the best we have

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seen for almost 20 years. People were queueing from quarter to eight

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in the morning and not leaving until ten o'clock at night. It was

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absolutely brilliant. It is really good to be doing it. It feels good.

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Support the community and everyone fighting cancer, it is brilliant.

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Everybody knows somebody. I just try and keep fit, good fun, excellent.

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For everyone affected by cancer, it is a great event. It is good.

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a weekend people will not forget. Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines. A special celebration for Andy Murray. The

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champion is welcomed to Number Ten as the Prime Minister says he

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deserves a knighthood. After hour-long waits for drivers

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crossing the Humber Bridge, managers say delays were unacceptable and

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won't be repeated. Tomorrow's weather: Low cloud and

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fog burning away through the morning leaving a dry, fine and very warm

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day with plenty of sunshine. Light breeze and a maximum temperature of

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28 degrees C. Let's go back to our top story now

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and the delays on the Humber Bridge today, Caroline Bilton is at the

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bridge tonight. What's traffic looking like now? It is the quiet.

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You will have to take my word for it that traffic is moving freely up

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there. The Humber Bridge board tell us tonight that they are confident

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that things will improve tomorrow but they have not ruled out some

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delays. They are telling people to go to their website which is

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dedicated to the works here. Sadly, that was not running live this

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morning but hopefully it will be tomorrow. This is the first day of a

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long process because we will not see those tolls open until autumn 2014

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so lots of delays to come. John has tweeted to say, an easy

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answer to the bridge problem, make it free until it works. Mike says, I

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have seen your interview with the bridge master, could he be any more

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out of touch with reality? If that interview was to film a confidence,

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it has failed. It will be the train tomorrow.

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Michelle says it is hard work feeding your little one and

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distressing when they cry. To write the rail company have apologised.

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Disgusting treatment from the member of staff. Charlie says women all

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over the world breast-feed in public. We are to prudish for our

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own good. Dom says when babies need food they should be fed but mothers

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