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Stamford Hospital is saved from closure, as a new recovery plan is

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launched for the Trust. This is better news than being named the

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best town in England because it lifted and uncertainty, hospital so

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they can get on with the job. Jailed for having two wives, the

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Cleethorpes man sent to prison for bigamy.

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The cost of watching the Tigers, as Hull City is named one of the most

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affordable clubs in the Premier League.

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Salvaging the Costa Concordia, the East Yorkshire firm helping recover

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the stricken cruise ship. It is a one—off, the largest salvaging ever.

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And with the release of a blockbuster filmed in Lincolnshire,

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could more movies be made in the region?

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Good evening. After being threatened And that the detailed forecast,

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Good evening. After being threatened with closure for months, the future

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of Stamford Hospital is now secure. There was uncertainty, after the

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Trust that runs the hospital got into million pounds of debt. Now the

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government has agreed to step in, and a planned redevelopment of the

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site can go ahead. Tonight, the local MP welcomed the news, but said

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he would keep up the pressure on the Trust to safeguard the hospital in

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Stamford. Our health correspondent, Vicky Johnson, reports. The people

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of Stamford had had a hospital for 185 years but over the past few

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months, its future had looked uncertain. Today that threat was

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lifted. Quite honestly, I think this is actually better news than being

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named the best town in England. It has lifted an uncertainty that was

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on the hospital so they can get on with their job.

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The problem is the NHS trust which manages Stamford Hospital is

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crippled with soaring debts after building the new Peterborough

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hospital with private money. Repayments have not been affordable

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and today, the health watchdog insisted action had to be taken. It

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is surviving only with a subsidy from the Department of Health so we

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have announced what we think is the essence of a plan to close that gap

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between bearing, and their cost. Management have had to accept a

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programme of savings to cut £10 million each year from the deficit.

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They will be inviting bids from other health groups to come in and

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take over unused parts of the hospital to generate more income,

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but they will still be looking for government money to fund the rest of

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the shortfall. This is good news for patients and staff. Both hospitals

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will stay open and we can get on with developing hospital microbe and

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it gives is a proposal to allow us to bring more patients here ——

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developing hospital microbe. Very pleased, we have so many people

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coming in, we need our hospital. The town has 10,000 inhabitants and we

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need a hospital. I am not sure about the NHS and their finances and if it

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would be better to have one thing in one place, but it is good for the

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local community. Those behind the plan incest it is

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not just balancing the books. They say patients in Stamford should

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benefit from new treatments and services in the future.

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I spoke to Nick Boles, the MP for Grantham and Stamford, and asked if

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this guaranteed the future of the hospital. It is very good news. What

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you have got from this report is a clear message that the plans drawn

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not for Stamford Hospital by the local GPs and by the trust plans

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that should be implemented in a sense whatever the future of the

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Peterborough trust. That is a vote of confidence but I would be

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the first to say that it is still words on paper and what we now need

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is to convert it into reality, and I will make sure we keep up the

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pressure. Is it mismanagement to get into this pickle or have they not

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got enough money to start with? The report is clear that the substantial

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source of the problems at the Peterborough trust this disastrous

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PFI to build a new hospital in Peterboro under the last government

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and it is a contract that should never have been signed, it is a

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complete disgrace this got through the system. It saddled the trust

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with a level of debt that is unsustainable. And they need to do a

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great deal to try and get to the stage where they are able to pay

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their way. What is great news for Stamford is that everybody is clear

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that the plans for Stamford Hospital help the Peterborough trust almost

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whatever it decides to do. The trust has to save £10 million each year

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from the budget and that has to affect local services to some

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degree? They want to develop services in

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Stamford. We have an ageing population and we have changing

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needs and their lots of things that can be better done and more cheaply

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—— and there are. So the very expensive but very good acute

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hospital of Peterboro can focus on the really high value stuff. So

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Stamford compliments the plan to bring Peterboro into a position

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where it campaign its way. So is —— so Stamford is safe? Certainly for

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now, but not —— but do not take anything for granted, we will keep

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up the pressure and make sure this plan is implemented.

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We want to hear from you. Is this the best use of taxpayers' money?

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Should millions of pounds be spent bailing out the Trust: Or is it

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right that Stamford Hospital is saved, whatever the cost?

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In a moment: The hidden migrants. Now councillors in Boston need to

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find thousands apparently missing from official figures.

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A man who was married to two women at the same time has been jailed for

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three months. Brian Frain, from Cleethorpe, first married 14 years

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ago, but failed to declare that when he wed a different woman ten years

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later. He claimed in court that he thought the time apart meant his

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first marriage was no longer valid. Leanne Brown reports.

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This is the picture that exposed Frain as a bigamist. It shows him

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marrying Louise Meredith, but he was already married. Both ceremonies

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took pace here at Tameside Registry Office ten years apart. Talking to

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the BBC before being sentenced, he said his first marriage only lasted

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a few months and he didn't think it counted. It was just because it was

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in 1999, I thought it would be dissolved. The marriage to my first

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wife. But in court today, he was given

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three months in prison for his crime. In sentencing today, the

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judge said that at the time of your second marriage, you told lies to

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the registrar when asked specific questions about if you had been

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married before. He also said that ten Micro has caused considerable

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distressed to the women involved and he was not a man of devious good

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character. He said, considering all the factors, only a custodial

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sentence would be justified. Frain now has another partner, Donna

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Darwent. She said she hoped the court would see he was a changed

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man. He has changed his life around, he is not the man I met three years

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ago, he is totally different. He is a better person now.

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She said the whole family are devastated, but that the sentence

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was fair and Frain knew he had to be punished.

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The future of a swimming pool in Hull has been discussed in the House

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of Commons today. Hull City Council says closing the Ennerdale Pool will

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save £220,000 and ensure that four others in the city remain open. The

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authority is asking the public for its views on the proposal and today,

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the MP for Hull North, Diana Johnson, raised the issue in the

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Commons. Can we please have a debate on the unfair local government

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funding to Northern cities? It means lots of sporting facilities are

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going to close, including possibly Ennerdale, which is the only

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standard—size swimming pool for competitions in Hull.

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I won't comment on that point. I just draw to the honourable lady's

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attention that the back bench Business Committee has scheduled for

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a debate to take place on Thursday 10th October on funding of local

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authorities. Village micro slamming Paul

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discussed in the House of Commons this morning. —— Ennerdale swimming

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pool discussed. We had lots of messages about the decision to

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suspend driving exams in Hull because of a series of explosions at

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a recycling plant near the test centre. It is worried the bangs are

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making new drivers nervous, so they will soon have to take their test in

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Beverley or Bridlington. Thank you very much for the messages. Driving

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instructors say that will put more pressure on learners.

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Thank you for all your messages on this one. Debbie, from Hessle, says:

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I think the owners of the site should foot everyone's extra costs

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for their move in the driving tests. It is the site's fault and not the

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learners! We Sarah tweeted in, saying: If learner drivers can't

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adjust to driving in Beverley instead of Hull, are they even ready

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to be taking their tests? Similarly, Ken, from Hull, also got in touch

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and said: Surely driving instructors can teach to drive anywhere and not

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only on test routes? Earlier this week, we told you about

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claims that the true population in Boston is far greater than what is

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recorded. Councillors in the town want the government to give them

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extra funding because of the stress on services from what it claims is

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as many as 12,000 migrant workers who are missing from official

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figures. The government has challenged the authority to prove

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it. Our reporter, Jake Zuckerman, has been searching for the missing

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migrants. Unrecorded migrants, Boston Borough

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Council claims there are around 10,000 living locally, placing added

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pressure on services. So where do you find them? Latvian government

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workers have been visiting Boston this week, helping migrants living

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here renew their passports. Community leaders feel that official

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statistics may be missing some who live in multiple occupancy

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households. I'm not sure about the 10,000, but it's hundreds and

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hundreds of people in Boston. They are living like ten or more people

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in one house. At the homeless charity Centrepoint, they believe

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some rough sleepers may be falling below the radar. Last month, in our

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drop—in centre, we saw 41 people who presented themselves as being

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homeless. Of those, 80% were foreign nationals. Boston has experienced a

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population boom. It has risen from around 56,000 in 2001 to around

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65,000 by the time of the last Census in 2011. But Boston Borough

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Council believes the real figure could be almost 77,000. Here is the

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problem, the council says there are around 10,000 migrants unaccounted

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for in official figures. The government is challenging them to

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prove it. People will tell you that figure is correct, but they are

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basing their opinion on anecdotal evidence. Where is the hard evidence

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going to come going to come from? Well, that is

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very difficult, it's looking for the God particle. You

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need to use a range of different statistical records. It's a case of

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triangulating those different figures to try and get a more

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accurate figure which is going to satisfy the government. But with

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good data hard to come by, it may be impossible to prove what many people

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here believe. A story I am sure we will return to,

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thank you for watching. Still ahead tonight: Topping the Premier League,

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Hull City is one of the most affordable clubs in the country's

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top flight. The experts from East Yorkshire

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helping salvage the Costa Concordia. Tonight 's picture. Sunset on

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Lincoln Cathedral, complete with rainbow, taken on Tuesday night,

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September 10th. Look at that! That was taken by Barry Hawthorne. And

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this is an extra picture, it you will like this. It is not a cloud.

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Roy said, My son Freddy every evening shouts at the TV when Peter

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comes on. That is him trying to strangle me! He is 20 months old.

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You should keep that, most people turn off!

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Is anybody laughing? No, they have turned off!

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It is a difficult picture with the weather, a complicated looking chart

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with a lot of cloud. Patchy rain later in the day and

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drier and brighter spells later. But it gets sorted out for the weekend

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and if you have anything planned, Saturday is the day to get out and

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about after a damp start, Saturday afternoon is nice. Wet and windy

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through Sunday. Not too bad today. We have seen some sunshine. This is

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another weather front which will ingrain from the West. We start the

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evening and a final note but rain will reach all parts by dusk or

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shortly after and it will be a wet night. The majority of the rain out

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of the way later. But a legacy of low cloud and missed and drizzle.

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Lowest temperatures, mild at 12, 13 Celsius. The sun will rise in the

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morning at 630 a.m. And it will set at 7:23pm. Tomorrow, a cloudy and

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perhaps damp start with a bit of missed and drizzle. Generally a lot

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of cloud tomorrow but there will be brighter spells. Drier spells before

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a weak weather front brings actually rain. That is towards the end of the

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day. A fair amount of usable weather in between, top temperatures around

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16 Celsius. That weekend forecast, a damp start in places Saturday but it

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ends up nicely. Sunday turns wet and windy. That is the forecast.

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I love the forecast —— I love the sentence, difficult to get the

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detail right. You have only got one job! I slipped that in.

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You did not, I spotted it! Five day week for me this week,

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Peter! We will put the flags out!

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Priceless, that is how many football fans would regard seeing their team

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scoring a late winner or winning a Cup Final, but what is the true cost

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of following your favourite team? A new BBC report has found some

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tickets to watch Grimsby are more expensive than those to see Hull

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City in the Premier League. Hull City and Grimsby Town. They are

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four football leagues apart. But potentially, you could see the

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Premier League side for the less than the Conference club. Grimsby's

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most expensive season ticket is £575. But you could grab one at the

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Tigers for just £490. If you want the lowest priced season tickets,

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Grimsby's are cheaper though, at 285. Hull's costs £100 more. Grimsby

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Town mascot Andy Carr has defended his team's top season ticket price.

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That is the top priced ticket but unlike teams in the Premier League

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who get £60 million and above with TV money, it is a shame some of that

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does not filter down to the lower leagues.

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In a year when Tottenham star Gareth Bale was sold for a record £85

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million. And broadcaster BT Sport paid more than £700 million to show

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Premier League matches. The average cost of watching the footie for fans

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in English football's top four divisions has actually fallen

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slightly. It is good news for fans, but it comes after a long period of

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incremental rises year on year. This is a good result this year but the

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key thing is it is replicated for years to come. Last year, whole city

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was one of the most expensive teams to watch in the championship and now

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it is one of the cheapest in the Premier League. A day here would

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cost around £30, including a programme, a cup of tea, a pie and a

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match ticket. £30, £50 is quite reasonable, not if you go to every

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game. My grandchildren and my son go and it does get quite expensive. The

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tickets for £100, you will go, £500 comedy will go if you support them.

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You are going to watch the team. On average, a day out at Grimsby,

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Scunthorpe and Lincoln would all cost about £25. Whatever the cost of

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watching a match, it is unlikely it would put off the most die—hard

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fans. Tolu is at the KC Stadium now. So

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how surprising is it that, in general, ticket prices have fallen

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surprised things are generally cheaper. The FA Chairman, Greg Dyke,

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said any price cuts are a case of clubs responding sensibly to the

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tough economic times that their fans are suffering. So good news for

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fans, many thousands of whom will be packing this stadium behind me here

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on Saturday when Hull City play Cardiff, whatever the price.

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Anti—very much, I am sure they will! —— thank you.

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Another one you might want to comment on. Is it too expensive to

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go to watch the football and do you think clubs take supporters for

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granted? Or is it a fair price to pay, in comparison to a trip to a

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concert or the theatre? And if you want to know more about

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this, there is a full report on the price of football on the BBC Sport

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Website. We we might have some before we finish at seven o'clock.

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And there is a full report on the BBC website. And it will be money

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well spent for Hull city fans if they beat Cardiff. Manager said

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despite in —— despite losing two of their last three games, he has seen

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plenty of encouraging signs. We have played well, we need to look, we

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need to stay injury free and clear of suspensions and not do anything

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stupid like we did at our last home game and if we do that, I am

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convinced we will be all right. Encouraged, but a long way to go.

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Scunthorpe United have re—signed former captain Cliff Byrne, on loan

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from Oldham Athletic. The defender left The Iron last summer after

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almost ten years at the club. He has now returned after Christian

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Ribeiro's injury left him facing an extended period on the sidelines.

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Tennis player Kyle Edmund will go to Croatia as part of the Great Britain

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Davis Cup squad. The 18—year—old, from Tickton, near Beverley, reached

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the semi—finals of both the boys' singles and doubles at Wimbledon. He

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will go with the team to gain experience, though he won't play in

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the tie. It was one of the most dramatic

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marine disasters in recent history and next week, an attempt to raise

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the cruise ship the Costa Concordia will start off the Italian coast. 32

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people died when the ship capsized after hitting rocks almost two years

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ago. Now a company from Beverley, in East Yorkshire, is playing an

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important role in what is claimed to be the biggest marine salvage

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operation in history. Caroline Bilton has the story.

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Laying on its side, partly submerged for nearly two years. This giant

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cruiseliner has become a feature of this Italian beauty spot.

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Go! It was one of the most dramatic

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marine accidents in recent history. 32 people died here, two are still

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unaccounted for. But now work to upright her is about to begin and a

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company from Beverley, in East Yorkshire, is part of the

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international salvage team. Our role was to create this

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underwater support, I call it a The company has been involved in

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building a sub—sea platform for the Concordia to rest on once it is

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upright. It will stay on the platform until next June, before it

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can be floated and taken away to be dismantled.

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The Costa Concordia is a one—off. Undoubtedly the largest marine

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salvage ever, there is nothing to compare, it is an engineering

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marvel, it has never been tried before. For others is a relatively

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small company, it is just fascinating to be involved.

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It has become a spectacle for sightseers, but when it is raised

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next week, all eyes will be watching to see if this engineering feat can

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be achieved and the marine nature reserved it sits in protected.

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We have had a oil pollution, so we are quite confident that there will

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be some minor bits of debris floating up as she comes out of the

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water, but they will be tracked by the nets. We will be proud if it is

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a success but in our own small way, we have been part of it.

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It was an accident with tragic consequences, but now expertise from

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East Yorkshire is helping to make sure the Costa Concordia can be

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salvaged and the area restored to the beauty spot it once was.

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The salvage operation of the Costa Concordia.

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Last night, we brought you the story of the men who mended a bike rack in

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Boston town centre during their night out. Well, two of them have

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now been found. Dean Mason, on the left, and Martin Griggs, on

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right. They were filmed at three in the morning wrestling with the bent

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bike rack, making sure it was perfectly straight.

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Well done to them. Cadwell Park has become the latest hot—spot for

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filming Hollywood blockbusters. Lincolnshire's most famous track was

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one of the locations used in the new Formula 1 film Rush, which is

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released in cinemas tomorrow. And, as Simon Spark reports, it joins not

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only a growing list of locations, but a growth of interest for filming

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in our part of the country. There are not many days that Cadwell

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Park in Lincolnshire doesn't hear the roar of a high—speed engine. But

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recently, it has had much more than that, as it gets its premier as a

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filmset for the latest Hollywood blockbuster, Rush.

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Rush tells the famous story of Formula 1 rivalry between James Hunt

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and Nicky Lauder in the 1976 season. I am quicker than all of you! Let's

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race! Cadwell Park has a long history with

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bike racing and so somebody like James Hunt would have driven many

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times here. So while the story does not have a direct link to Cadwell

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Park, it played a big part in motor racing history.

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The director's interest was in the twists, turns, elevations and this

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wooded section Cadwell Park has to offer. They spent five days filming

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here, transforming it for the film. Cadwell Park is the latest in a

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growing list of film locations in Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire. The

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beautiful Burghley House was used for Pride and Prejudice, and the

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sequel Death Comes to Pemberley is using Beverley for a major BBC

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production. And Hull, which was used for filming

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Amazing Grace, about William Wilberforce, is getting a lot of

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requests for information, according to Creative England. Writer Russ

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Littern, who has worked on the Sherlock Holmes films, is not

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surprised. I think it is ready—made for people.

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Some of the old town, they have not been touched for 200 years and it is

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a great place to make a film. Any film—maker rings with them people

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who stay and it is also about jobs for people in the city, about the

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profile of the city. And after a film has been made, people often

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visit locations. So there are so many benefits.

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But for now, the attention is on Rush, which opens in cinemas

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tomorrow. Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines: The privatisation of Royal Mail will go

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ahead within weeks. It is one of the biggest changes in its 500—year

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history. Stamford Hospital could be saved

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from closure, as a new recovery plan is launched for the Trust.

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Tomorrow's weather: Rather cloudy, with a little drizzle at first, and

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a risk of showers breaking out later. Top temperature, 16 Celsius.

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18 Celsius. Talking about the price of football if you minutes ago, Mike

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says, it is very expensive to watch a match. Nowadays clubs are getting

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greedy, players are paid too much. On Twitter, only the well of can

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afford to get ices. This is from Simon, if fans took a stand and

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refused to pay the stupid prices, Cubs would listen, but fans continue

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to pay. Richard says, it is priced beyond sensibility. I do not know

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how people afford it every week, they even follow teams abroad. I

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just watched local teams. Chris, it is far too expensive. A good concert

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could be £20, £19 for a game at Blundell Park is generally painful.

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Ryan says, people do not go to the concert and theatre every week like

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football fans. Many are saying the same thing. Join me to number —— me

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tomorrow on the radio if you can, have a nice evening.

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