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is all from the News at Six. We cannot

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

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All prisoners on day release will wear tags after a number of

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walk—outs from North Sea Camp. The open stage is a very important stage

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of ensuring the book can be released Concerns about response times as a

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family waits half an hour, despite living two minutes from an ambulance

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station. Safely back into the community. We

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have an ambulance station two minutes away. There was an ambulance

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parked. I do not see why we didn't get an ambulance.

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The NHS steps in to save a swimming pool from closure.

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A warning about the dangers of one of the country's best—loved autumn

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sights. And I will be back with the full

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forecast for the weekend, and it is a wet one.

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The Government says it is so horrified by crimes committed by

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prisoners on day release from open jails, it's going to electronically

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tag them. In one of the latest cases, a prisoner from North Sea

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Camp near Boston is alleged to have carried

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a nearby village. The Ministry of Justice says tags will warn

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authorities if offenders travel outside restricted areas. Jessica

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Lane reports. Many of us might associate open

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prisons with high—profile, low—risk cases. Like Vicky Pryce, jailed for

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perverting the course of justice. Or Jeffrey Archer, jail for perjury.

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But what about Lee Cyrus? He absconded from an open prison last

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year, was caught after a mob and charged with more than a dozen

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offences. Last month, Alan Wilmot went on the run while serving life

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for robbery. He was later caught and arrested in connection with a

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serious sexual assault. What they both have in common is they were

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being held here, at North Sea Camp near Boston. The mother of a former

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inmate claims not only do some prisoners abscond, but her son heard

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dangerous criminals bragging about committing crimes while on day

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release. They should not be allowed to be let out into the community by

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themselves, without a prison officer with them. Because they have

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definitely not been rehabilitated. The Ministry of Justice says as a

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result of incidents, at three prisons, an investigation has

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begun. It wants to strengthen the release on temporary licence system.

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In a statement, the justice minister said...

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The nearby villages are just a couple of miles from North Sea Camp.

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Residents in both have told me they are not really concerned about their

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props —— their proximity, although others have said they are becoming

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increasingly worried about the thought of prisoners abscond. You

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always think, I am pleased I did not see them in my garden. Does it

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concern you? Sue—mac it does, of course. You do not know who you're

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going to see. You want to be able to feel safe. We do not think they

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should be on day release. The Ministry of Justice says the tagging

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technology should be available next summer, so every movement prisoners

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make well out of dozen can be monitored. That should reduce the

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risk of prisoners at scolding and breaking the law while on day

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release. Mark Day is from the Prison Reform

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Trust, which campaigns for prisoners' rights. I asked him if we

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should stop using open prisons for serious offenders. Well, open

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prisons pay a very important role in the prison estate, particularly for

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people sentenced to long sentences, coming towards the end of that

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sentence, in terms of preparing them for release into the community. It

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is a bit like coming out from a deep sea dive, where you have spent a

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long time in the system, and you need to come up for air, to

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reintegrate into the community and experience work, time on the

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outside, before you release. Some people would say these people are

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not ready for a day out, maybe not even ready for an open prison. The

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Chief Inspector is currently conducting a review into the

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circumstances that happened in a few open prisons. Any crime is of course

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a tragedy for the victim and it is right that person has brought to

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justice. The circumstances are thoroughly investigated. But on the

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whole, it does work well. We know that in the vast majority of cases,

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people released on temporary licence are released safely, and are safely

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supervised by the prison had by the people in the community who also

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have a responsibility for oversight of that person on release. What

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about the tagging? Is it more like a holiday camp? It is not much

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consolation who live in the nearby villages. A lot of community groups

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actually openly work with the prisons, in terms of wanting to see

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people being able to look —— to lead law—abiding lives when they are

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released, and the open state is a very important stage of ensuring

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that people can be released safely back into the communities. So, yes

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or no for the tagging? It is important that the public has

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confidence in security... So is that a yes? It needs looking into. The

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Chief Inspector will be doing a review into what

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will be important to listen to his recommendations.

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Is tagging prisoners on day release the answer to the crimes that have

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been committed? Are open prisons working? Maybe you live near North

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Sea Camp. Your thoughts on the subject and what you have heard, we

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might have some before we finish. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Thank you for watching. In a moment...

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Teenagers in rural areas criticise Government proposals to raise the

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driving age. Two brothers from Hornsea in East

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Yorkshire, whose father died on Tuesday night, believe he could have

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survived if an ambulance had arrived within the target time set by the

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Government. Ian and Simon Poole say they can't understand why it took 28

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minutes to arrive, when they live close to an ambulance station. Their

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MP, Graham Stuart, says response times in rural East Yorkshire are

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appalling. Here's our health correspondent, Vicky Johnson.

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Simon and Ian Poole are still struggling to understand why it took

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so long for an ambulance to arrive when their father suddenly fell ill

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earlier this week. We have an ambulance station two minutes away.

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There was an ambulance parked, but the shot is work boarded up. I do

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not see why we didn't get an ambulance from Hornsea or from

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somewhere local. Coming from Hull to Hornsea, you will never make it in

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more than 25 minutes. Simon, who's had first aid training, gave his

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father cardiac massage while they waited for help to arrive. If they

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could have been sooner, I think he would still be here. They have the

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equipment to keep his heart going. They should have been here. This

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family's experience isn't unusual. The Government demands that in 75%

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of the most serious cases, ambulances should attend within

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eight minutes. But in Hornsea, the average so far this year has been

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just over 61% and in some Holderness villages, it dropped to 45%. I am

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appalled at the current level of service. I met with the Chief

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Executive of the Yorkshire Ambulance Service last year and he agreed it

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was not good enough to stop there was a slight improvement over time

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but we have now seen a deterioration. People in rural

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Holderness deserve a high quality service. A paramedic, who wishes to

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remain anonymous, is warning that proposed rota changes could mean

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there will be even fewer ambulances on call at night. There will be less

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ambulance crews at a certain time. After midnight, after 2am and after

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4am, which will mean ambulances responding to emergencies or have to

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travel further. It will possibly put at risk the lives of patients. The

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crews can only do what they are asked to do. I do not know what the

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answer is, but I am not gone to leave it here. I will move into it

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further. Something needs to be fixed, if not for our family, for

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other people's. The Yorkshire Ambulance Service says it will look

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into the Poole family's case. Their records show that a clinician

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arrived 15 minutes after the call, with an ambulance following 13

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minutes later. But Graham Stuart says he'll raise these issues with

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the head of the Yorkshire Ambulance Service when they meet next month.

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An update on the 11—year—old boy who's been missing from his home in

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Grimsby since Monday. Police said this afternoon that he had been

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found safe and well. The Deputy Police and Crime

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Commissioner for Humberside Police has been caught speeding. Paul

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Robinson, seen here on the left, was driving at 90 miles an hour on the

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M180 last month. He says he will give more attention to his driving

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in future. A man arrested after an explosion at

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the office of Nick Boles' Conservative Party office in Bourne

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has pleaded guilty to possessing an explosive substance. Paul

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Leversedge, who's 28 and from Bourne, will be sentenced at Lincoln

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Crown Court at the end of November. Minor damage was caused to the

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office in June. This road in Scunthorpe will stay

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closed through the weekend while Anglian Water repairs a main. 14

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homes were flooded when it burst on Queensway on Wednesday night.

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A leisure centre in Grimsby, closed when asbestos was found in the

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building, re—opened this afternoon. Campaigners fighting for the long

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term future of Scartho Baths say they want to know why it took so

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long to find the dangerous substance.

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The NHS is giving more than £2 million to help keep open a swimming

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pool in Hull for just one more year. —— more than £200,000. There were

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protests when Hull City Council said it was closing Ennerdale in a move

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to save money. Health experts said it was a backward step and offered

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to help. Crispin Rolfe reports. This pool's been saved, but only

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until April 2015. Hull's Ennerdale Leisure Centre, and the city

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council, bailed out by the NHS, through a one—off £219,000 payment

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from the city's Clinical Commissioning Group. What is killing

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people now are things like obesity, smoking, lack of exercise. This is a

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CCG saying, we think it is important and we are prepared to put some

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money in, albeit on a short—term basis, because that is all we can

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do. The pool had faced closure, with Hull City Council trying to get to

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grips with £80 million worth of Government cuts. So, for those using

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the pool today, relief. They have been saving for a year but it should

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be longer. I think the pool should stay open. Especially as we are in

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the larger side of the city. I just live across the road, it is so handy

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for my children. I believe that people actually appreciate more a

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facility, than the shock of a closure. It aims at home to people

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that unless people use it, they will lose it. I'd like So, a temporary

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fix of £219,000. But what happens when the money runs out in 2015?

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Councillors say they're now working on a long—term plan to build more

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cost—effective leisure facilities, and pull down those which aren't.

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Which means the Ennerdale Swimming Pool is likely to face questions

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over its future all over again in just 18 months time. For now though,

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Hull's only competition sized pool stays open, though the authorities

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say it's a case of use it or lose it, as they look for cost

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efficiencies in 2015. Still ahead tonight...

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The 80—year—old great—grandfather still working at Hull Fair.

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The council warning about the dangers of horse chestnut trees.

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Keep your photos coming in. Tonight's picture was taken at

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Cleethorpes Pier, a double rainbow. Another picture on Monday night

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around the same time. Keeley Donovan is here. She wasn't here last week,

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he had loads of tweet —— tweets asking where you work. —— where you

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were. You couldn't go clubbing in

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Cleethorpes now, you would get mobbed! The Keeley Donovan Fanclub.

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Have a nice weekend. Some councils in Yorkshire and

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Lincolnshire have been criticised for not being open to social media.

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Figures suggest many, including East Riding, are denying residents the

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right to film, blog or tweet during council meetings. This is not the

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real world, people are not bothered about recording cancel meetings or

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filming cancel meetings. We are moving towards the election period.

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It has started a bitterly! —— a bit early.

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You can see that story in full on the Sunday Politics here on BBC One.

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Teenagers who live in remote parts of East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

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have criticised Government plans to raise the driving age from 17 to 18.

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It's being considered because younger drivers are more likely to

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be in accidents than older drivers. But some we've spoken to say raising

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the age limit would stop them getting to work and college. Tolu

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Adeoye reports from Boothby Graffoe. Danielle Skayman and Ben Ray, both

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18, both started learning to dry as soon as they could and passed their

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tests a year ago at 17. —— learning to drive to stop it means I can get

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to work easier, I am a lot more independent. My family do not have

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to run the around. Danielle lives in the village of Ingam and needs her

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car to get to work in nearby Sturton by Stow. If I had only just been

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starting, that is like a whole year of experience I have missed out on.

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Just because I was 17 when I started does not mean I was any less

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competent. Young people have a disproportionate amount of accidents

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compared to all the people. How should the Government get that

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down? Maybe they could get a more experienced out on the road with

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their parents so they have some are next to them, helping them and

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advising them on what to do in situations. The Government wants to

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increase the age when teenagers can learn to drive from 17 to 18, to cut

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accidents. Under the proposals, new drivers would also face a night time

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curfew, unless a passenger aged over 30 is in the car. Like Danielle, Ben

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needed his driving licence straightaway, to be able to work as

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a farmer in Boothby Graffoe. If I didn't have a car, I would had to ——

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have to catch the bus service. It is much easier just to jump in your

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car. It has massively impacted upon me. Both in my work and my college

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life. The next bus here is not due for another 30 minutes. Danielle and

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then say that as part of the problem, public transport links are

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not as good in rural areas as they are in major cities. The

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Lincolnshire Road Safety Partnership runs sessions to teach teenagers

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about safe driving. They've welcomed the ambition to improve standards,

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but they say this is the wrong way to go about it. Putting the age will

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not necessarily make a difference. We need to see structured road

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safety training in amongst the driver training, so we can include

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as mandatory items motorway driving, night driving and driving in bad

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weather. If it is structured, it should work and we can bring these

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casualties are levels down. Although any changes in future won't affect

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Danielle and Ben, they say they still feel for young people who

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could be affected. The proposals will be published later this year.

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We are keen to get your views on whether the driving age should be

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changed. There is the e—mail address. You can text us as well.

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Hull Fair, one of the largest of its kind in the country, has been opened

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by the Lord Mayor. I would like to declare Hull Fair 2013 officially

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open. In doing so, I wish everyone...

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open. In doing so, I wish That was the opening. Phillip Norton

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is at the fairground. It is very windy at the moment, how is that

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affecting things? It is well underway, despite the wind and the

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rain. The star attraction is not open yet, it will reopen at the end

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of the weekend. It is all down to the hard work have the show men

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here, the oldest is 80 years old. Gilbert Chadwick. He has been

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bringing attractions here for 50 years. I will do the hydraulics now.

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OK. Goodbye. 80 years old, and Showman of the

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Year. Gilbert Chadwick Senior has seen huge changes at this famous

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fair. I have been attending the fair for about the last 50 years, before

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that I was with my mum and dad. The wall of death has gone. Now we have

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fast, hydraulic white knuckle rides that spin you around. This

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great—grandad shows no sign of hanging up his spanners — he built

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his Fun House and still adds to it every year. I want to pull it to

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pieces. I want to pollute abuses before I throw it away. Ask me how I

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feel about 55, 60. There is nothing I can't do, everything still works,

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I am very fortunate. I can still do push—ups, life is good. It is all

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the fun of the fair, it is great. Yesterday he had a job to do on the

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hydraulics and it started to blow and I said, don't tell me you're

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going to go up there. I said, oh, no. I put the brakes on because he

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would just keep going. I say, that is enough now, you are 80, not 28.

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Have a rest. The sprawling site will welcome thousands of visitors over

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the next nine days, after the huge task of setting up. It is one of

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them is —— them things, it is a highlight for Hull. You have a week

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to get ready, it is just a big buzz. Back in Gilbert's quarters, time to

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reflect on his life on the road. I would not change it for anything. In

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the winter, I have chopped firewood, I went to work in the

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steelworks. I like the fairground. You go around with a smile on your

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face because you know it is good to be good. You all say good morning to

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each other, everyone is happy. But we do not like the wind and we do

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not like the rain. We like the sunshine! It is a great life and I

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enjoy it. What more can I say? Such a fantastic man, Gilbert Chadwick's

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story, he is down there now, manning his fun house with all those great

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characters, who help to make this fantastic fare. It is slightly windy

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up here! That is why people keep coming from Hull and the surrounding

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areas to support this fantastic event, year after year.

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That fair is officially open, if you're going over the next week or

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so, enjoy, despite the fact the forecast is not brilliant!

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In local football, Grimsby Town and Lincoln City will look to move into

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the Conference play off places this weekend. The Mariners visit

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Salisbury with that game live on BBC Radio Humberside. Coverage starts at

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2pm tomorrow afternoon. Lincoln host Aldershot with kick off at 3pm on

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Saturday. Commentary on BBC Radio Lincolnshire.

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Conkers are so dangerous that in recent years, children have had to

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wear safety goggles while playing with them. One council stripped a

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tree of conkers to prevent children throwing sticks to knock them down.

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Now, City of Lincoln Council has tweeted to warn pedestrians of the

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dangers of falling conkers. Simon Spark investigates. Be careful

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where you what, because danger can luck from above.

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When conquerors were dangerously hanging from the city of Lincoln

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cancel coquetry, they tweeted an alert. If you're heading to

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Hall, be aware that the conquerors are starting to fall from the trees,

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suggest be careful. This is the offending tree. As you can see,

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there is evidence of recently fallen conquerors, so I have come prepared

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so I can stand here and speak to you safely. But if a conqueror was to

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land on your head, how much damage would it actually do? To find out,

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we came to this country Park, which is a number of chestnut tree

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varieties, to assess the danger. I think the horse chestnut wood hurt

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the most. They seem to be slightly harder. We hear have a red horse

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chestnut, which is similar. We also have a lot of sweet chestnuts, which

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have very hard seed cases, they are coming down in the wind. So, there

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is danger there, but the reaction on Twitter was less sympathetic.

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Now I know there are conquerors on it, I might give the bitterness. The

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council told us the treat was light—hearted, as they would not

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want their visitors to receive a bump on the head. But we advise that

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you either use your head, or wear a hard hat, like me. Health and

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safety, that old chestnut! Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines. The three main political parties

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reach a deal on press regulation after months of wrangling between

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politicians and the press. The Government says prisoners on day

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release will be tagged after a number of them walked out of North

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Sea Camp near Boston. Tomorrow's weather, cloudy with rain

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and drizzle continuing in places through the day. Some heavier and

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more persistent spells expected across Lincolnshire, especially

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later and through the evening. Maximum temperature of 14 Celsius.

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On the subject of open prisons, Daniel says, no prisoners should be

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allowed out. Our penal system is a joke. Judith says, these incidents

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are worrying but the consequences of visitors transferring overnight from

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high security to total liberty would be worse.

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This is, as a former inmate at North Sea Camp, there were a lot more

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incidents with inmates released on temporary licence than those that

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are reported. Inmates should be tagged for public

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safety. Thanks for all the messages this week and all of our subjects,

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most brutal to you. Have a good weekend, look after

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yourself. See you on Monday.

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