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Good evening. Coming up on Look North: An influential financial

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magazine says money is being wasted on trying to save decaying cities

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like Hull. It is rubbish. It is an insult to

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people in Hull. After beating plans for a super

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dairy, the villagers who now face a fight against a wind farm for the

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second time. The Lancaster is the best bomber

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produced by any air force in the world war. The former home of the

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Dambuster Squadron could be turned into a nature reserve.

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The father who who delivered his own baby by a busy roadside.

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And changeable can process `` in prospect. The very latest coming up

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in 15 minutes. Hull is decaying and should be

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allowed to die. That's the verdict in a report published in one of the

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country's leading financial magazines. The article in The

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Economist says that the Government should stop spending money trying to

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create jobs in Hull. Instead, people should be encouraged to move out, or

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they should be given better transport links to commute to

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elsewhere. The comments have prompted anger in the city as

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Anne`Marie Tasker reports. High unemployment. Failing schools.

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"Teenagers in baseball caps and tracksuits wandering aimlessly".

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That's the picture of Hull painted by the influential journal, The

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Economist. But one of Hull's MPs says its just not accurate.

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I think it is rubbish, actually. It is an insult the people live and

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work and Hull. We are going to the last four in the city of culture

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bid. We have a great university and a thriving port. It is absolute

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nonsense that has been put out by The Economist. The article `

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entitled Britain's Decaying Towns ` says giving public money to cities

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like Hull is "misguided". It says instead of trying to rescue failing

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towns, they should "help the people who live in them...commute or move

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to places where there are jobs." But Kerry Allen says they may have a

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point. When she's not at home with her baby, she works as a financial

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analyst. But she had to look outside Hull to find that skilled job. You

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have to have a car to go elsewhere. That is expensive. I have to go over

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the bridge. There is bridge tolls. That is an expense in order to make

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an income. And young people studying in Hull say they, too, will probably

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take their skills out of the city. There should be a lot of jobs coming

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out of this project. Otherwise, it'll have to be of Hall. I will

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have to go somewhere else. It'll probably be Leeds or London or

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somewhere like that. What opportunities, really. `` more

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opportunities, really. And figures suggest The Economist has a point.

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Nearly 8% of people in Hull claim job`seekers Allowance, compared to a

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national average of just 3.4%. Hull's fifth from bottom of the

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secondary schools league table. And at the start of this year, more than

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20% of its shops were empty. But Dr Mike Nolan, from the University of

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Hull, says those numbers don't tell the whole story. Those local

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authority boundaries are drawn quite narrowly. There is no doubt that

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some of these men `` measures were Hull might not be seen to be

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performing well, those would come out differently if suburbs were

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included as well. Public money has helped transform parts of Hull, but

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if the advice of The Economist is followed, other decaying parts would

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be left to die. Daniel Knowles wrote the article for

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The Economist. He joins me this evening. They say the school 's

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overall and appalling, teenagers wandered around aimlessly. Was that

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your impression of Hull and you're less than one day's visit? It was. I

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should make clear this article was about several times. It included

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Wolverhampton, Hartlepool and Middlesbrough. This was a look at

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the economic geography of Britain. It was not an attack on Hull. It

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comes across as an attack on Hull, such as the headline on the front

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page of your magazine. Can you understand why people will find that

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offensive and stereotypical? I do not think it is a straightforward

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North `South thing. They argue it is about where jobs are created. For a

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long time, Government has put a lot of effort into trying to move jobs

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to where people are. Frankly, it has not worked. We divides. In Hull, 27%

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of households have nobody in work. It is quite hard to push jobs. We

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spent enough a lot of money trying to push jobs to Hull. So we give up

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and go and work somewhere else? We should focus on people. We should

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focus on Hull's education. That would make a difference to Hull. But

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Daniel, Hull is on a short list of four to win the city of culture

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2015. That does not sound to me like a city that is on its uppers. I come

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from Birmingham. I am talking about Hull. My point is a city of culture

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will not give you an economic and a son so stop `` renaissance. That

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will not only city around? It will not turn around unemployment.

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Regeneration is lovely. It is good thing that a museum quarter looks

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prettier. It is a good thing that you have a wonderful aquarium. This

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is a very respected magazine. Seeing a headline that this doesn't help

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us, does it? It doesn't. But it doesn't make it untrue. Our job is

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not to have propaganda for Hull. How many people do you think need the

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Economist in Hull? I don't know. We have a worldwide situation of 1.5

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million, but in Hull, I don't know. We'd like your thoughts on this

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story. Should the Government stop giving money to Hull or does the

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city need financial help from Westminster? What you think about

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the headline there? Should we be encouraged to work elsewhere and get

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out of the city, commit or move for jobs quicker might `` for jobs? Look

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forward to hearing from you on this one. We will have some before the

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finish at seven o'clock. In a moment: An East Yorkshire pig

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breeder says China has huge opportunities for local businesses.

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People living in a Lincolnshire village have already fought plans

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for one wind farm and a super dairy, but they've now been told another

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company wants to build turbines near their homes. An initial study at

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Nocton Fen shows that around twenty turbines could fit on the site.

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They'll now spend the next few weeks speaking to people in Nocton and

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other nearby villages, as Emma Massey reports.

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Nocton and Potterhanworth. Two villages in rural Lincolnshire, but

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they could soon have a wind farm on their doorstep. We want to make it

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absolutely clear that this is the start of a conversation with local

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people. We have not made a decision about turbine numbers and the skill

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of the wind farm yet. We really want people's views on this before we do

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it. Study suggest that up to 23 turbines could fit on this site here

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at Nocton Fen. It is just a few miles away from a village whose

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residents are used to putting up for `` putting up a fight if it is not

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something they want. Back in 2011, the company behind the proposal to

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build a super dairy near here abandoned the plans following a

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high`profile campaign from residents. One of them was Martin

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Long, who embraces green energy but does not think wind power works. I

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think it is according to where it is going to be positioned, we had

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enough trouble protecting the community against 6500 cows being

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dumped on us in Nocton. This is just another much smaller problem, but it

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is one that could face those who live nearby. Lincolnshire already

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has nearly 100 turbines with more in the pipeline. Plans have been put

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forward for ten in Hemswell. Orby near Skegness is waiting to find out

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if it will have nine wind turbines. And in February, the Secretary of

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State approved plans for one of the largest wind farms in the country at

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Heckington Fen. In the coming weeks, all local

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residents here will have a chance to have their say. We're going to

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explore setting up a neighbourhood plan. This will be the sort of thing

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that will be discussed in it so that we know `` so that we know what we

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want in the area. We do have a say, but the applicant on any planning

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application can go to appeal. Of course, only last week, the minister

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has said that local communities and people should have more say. In

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fact, he is going to deal personally with the appeals.

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It's too early to tell the outcome yet. After all, plans were dropped

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for a wind farm here in 2005. But many residents say wind farms are

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inevitable. This is another story we'd like your

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thoughts on. Do you live in the area around Nocton Fen? What do you think

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of the plans for the wind turbines? There is the text number and e`mail

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address. A 70`year`old man has been arrested

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after a woman was found dead at a house in Gosberton in Lincolnshire.

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Police launched a murder inquiry after a postmortem examination was

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carried out on 69`year`old Margaret Morton, who was found last Thursday.

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The man has been released on bail. The future of Endeavour High School

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in Hull will be decided after a period of consultation. The school

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opened ten years ago at a cost of ?15 million, but the council has

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been unable to find a sponsor to get it out of special measures and there

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are fears it could close. The consultation will last for six weeks

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from the start of November. A teenager from Louth has won four

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and a half million pounds in compensation after complications

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during his birth left him needing constant care. Daniel Vertigan's

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family says mistakes were made when he was born at Lincoln County

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Hospital. At the High Court today, United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS

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Trust denied liability, but said it hoped the settlement would help

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Daniel "have a better, more fulfilling and happy life".

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It's the world's fastest`growing economy, and businesses in East

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Yorkshire and Lincolnshire say that trade with China is becoming

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increasingly important for local jobs and wealth. It comes as the

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Chancellor, George Osborne, is in Bejing leading a trade delegation to

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the country. It's estimated that exports to China from local

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companies are now worth more than ?1billion a year. Here's our

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business correspondent, Paul Murphy. Here we have what is called the

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gestation house. It might be more than 4000 miles away, but China

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cannot get enough of East Yorkshire's pics. The Chinese are

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not just interested in the livestock. As its population grows,

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it wants some of the Yorkshire nous which has gone into reading it.

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Specialist knowledge about genetics and bleeding. Some people have used

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the analogy that they are developing a century worth of technology in a

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matter of a decade. That is an enormous challenge for them. So as

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well as providing genetically advanced breeding stock, we have

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also got to support these companies. The export market to China is well

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established. But is it six `` as its economy becomes more developed, it

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is increasing investment into the UK. The relationship becomes

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diversified. Last year, the UK became the fourth largest

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destination for Chinese outward investment. China has the

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fastest`growing high`speed railway network in the world. Some of the

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technology behind it is made here in Lincoln. The Chinese liked this

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company so much, they bought it. We're both manufacturing and

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research and development centre. One of the things that attracted us was

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a in the UK. It is world`renowned in terms of our ability to innovate and

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create new ideas. There are challenges, too. This Hull based

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design and branding company sends huge files of data and artwork

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around the world. But like many in a digital centre, it is found China

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has a different kind of customer. The chime `` the challenges relate

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to a technical aspect. The Chinese censor what is going through the

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internet. We have to work out... We have to do a lot of productions

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Singapore to transfer files to China and work within that constraint.

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China's economic growth is slowing down, but it is still at least five

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times faster than that of the UK. For those involved in this

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long`distance relationship, it remains a land of opportunity.

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Paul's with me in the studio. What's been the experience of local firms

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in their dealings with China? Generally very positive. It is a

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huge country with 1 billion plus people. They are starting to invest

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as they develop father, sorts of investment. It is not without

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challenges. Doing business there is very difficult indeed. Fortunately,

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there is a lot of local support for businesses who want to get involved

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with China and I think we're going to see that relationship grow in

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years to come. Thank you for watching here on BBC

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One. Still ahead tonight: nobody knew if

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the bouncing bombs would work. The former home of the Dambuster

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Squadron could be turned into a nature reserve.

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Early delivery ` the baby born with the help of his father in the front

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seat of a car. Tonight's picture was taken of

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Flamborough Head by Jane Richardson. Thank you very much indeed. Lovely

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picture. Close the, hopefully. `` cloud three. Georgia said to me an

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e`mail. When I leave school, I want to be a weatherman and have as many

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holidays as Paul has. Even the schoolkids have sussed you.

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The downside is, I have to talk to you every night. The colour has

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drained out of your face. Let's have a look at their headline for the

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next 24 hours. There will be some spots of rain around. Mist and fog.

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It should brighten up as it does so. A risk of one or two showers. We are

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in between systems. This system brought bad weather and showers

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today. The next system will bring rain on Wednesday. That is in

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between are settled interlude. It is not very exciting before that next

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rain band moves in the Wednesday. You can see this area of low

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pressure which brought such a poor weekend. As we head through Monday

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evening, there will be for the showers feeding in around this area

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of low pressure. One or two showers will be sharp but will tend to fade

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and become more isolated later tonight. As winds fall, there could

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be mist and fog and cloud. Temperatures around eight or nine

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Celsius. The sun rises in the morning and at `` around about

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7:20am. Tomorrow, many of us off to actively and damp start with fog in

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places. Gradually, skies will brighten, but there is always a risk

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of one two showers feeding from the north`west. Generally speaking, an

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improvement. Let's have a look at the top `` afternoon temperatures

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coming in at around 13 Celsius. It is close to average for this time of

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year with much lighter winds. That is the good news. A changeable week

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to come. Wednesday, a dry start, but rain will spread from the south`west

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through the course of the day. The brighter interlude on Thursday with

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writer sunshine. Thicker cloud on Thursday with patchy rain in places.

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No good mentioning where I live just get yourself back on my good books

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in it `` good book says commission Mark `` good books ex`commission

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Mark see you tomorrow. A former RAF air base which was once

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home to the 617 Dambusters Squadron could be transformed into a nature

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reserve. The Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust is trying to raise half a

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million pounds to buy the land at Woodhall Spa, where parts of the

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original runway can still be seen. Nobody knew if the bouncing bombs

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would work. The tale of The Dambusters mission

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and the men of 617 Squadron are fondly remembered in the county they

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lived in. But a lesser known fact ` this land, the former RAF Woodhall

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Spa, was once their home at the end of World War II and this, the only

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remains of its runway. Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust hope to buy this land

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and transform it into a nature reserve. Large acres of concrete as

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a venue for us. It is a Wii fit that into the landscape and make it

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work. It is whether we Mac the edge of the runway with hedges or wild

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flowers. It will have gone from a World War II airfield to 550 acres

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of tranquillity and peace and quiet for reflection. It is a very fitting

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memorial. The current land owners have used the old runway as a

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foundation for their quarry and tonnes of this sand will need to be

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moved. It will say that quarrying destroys natural habitats, but I

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think we create habitat. A lot of wildlife is moved in since I have

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been here for five and I have years. It is a question of landscaping

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everything. At the nearby Petwood Hotel, the former officers' mess,

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there are no shortages of reminders. And aviation enthusiasts are

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welcoming the idea that Woodhall Spa could have another place of tribute.

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It would be nice to see the site of the main runway with so many

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aircraft took off and so many young men took off and didn't come back in

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September of 1944. It was from that runway that the Wing Commander took

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off on his very last mission. Omission from where he didn't

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return. We have got the chance to see native wildlife being brought

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back and also its edible site for memories `` a suitable site for

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reflections of memories as you wander down the runway. The Wildlife

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Trust needs to raise half a million pounds to buy the land, and they

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hope in doing so those who fought to protect this land can be remembered

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by those who visit it. Response now to our story on Friday

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about the Government's 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. A big response after the programme

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on Friday night. Thank you for the messages. Jen in Boston says, make

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new drivers display a green L`plate like abroad and do a post`driving

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test at night or on a skid pan. like abroad and do a post`driving

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Chris in Hornsea says, putting the age up won't make a difference. You

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pass your test and you are buzzing and go straight on the road. You

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never fully learn how to drive. It should be a compulsory part of the

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test to do an advanced test to make you aware of potential happenings.

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And Ian in Skegness says, I think that learner drivers should have a

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minimum of a set number of hours of driving, before being permitted to

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apply for their test, as in the case of pilots.

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There are plans to encourage people to eat food when it's past its best

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before date to help reduce waste. It has been revealed around 20% of food

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bought in shops ends up in landfill. But much of it could still be

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edible. On Inside Out tonight, Toby Foster tries out a tin of

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seven`year`old soup. We've been out and about in Hull to see what people

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think about the idea. Two weeks, maybe, but not seven

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years. My daughters would not take anything out of date. Chocolate, I

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don't mind that he doesn't mind, at wouldn't give it to my kids. Wayne

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gets better with age, doesn't it? `` wine.

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And you can see Inside Out's special programme looking at the food

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industry tonight at 7:30pm on BBC One.

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A former care home in Sleaford has been demolished to make way for new

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housing. Bonner House was one of eight council`run care homes to

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close its doors last year. North Kesteven District Council say 26 new

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homes will be built on the site as part of a ?300 million building

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scheme. There is a significant need for

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affordable housing in the district. We have already got 2400 people on

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the waiting list. The population of the district is expected to grow by

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25% over 25 years, so we think needs are only going to increase.

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East Yorkshire`based golfer David Lynn came back from six shots off

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the lead to win his first European Tour event in nearly a decade. The

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39`year`old, who is a member at Hull Golf Club, made nine birdies in the

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final round at the Portugal Masters to win by a single shot. For a

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mother who had already had two children, you might have thought

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number three wouldn't have been a problem. But for Craig Baker and his

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partner Gemma Fraser, from Kilham, near Driffield, their latest

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addition to the family came much quicker than they ever imagined. It

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meant they had to deliver their baby on their own at a busy roadside.

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Simon Spark has been to meet them. You couldn't get a more relaxed

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picture of a new birth in the family.

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But less in three weeks ago, the drama of how Nathan was born was at

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the extreme end of the scale. He was four days late. It was just before

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he left for work, wasn't it? I had to bring the labour ward. We didn't

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get there. As they headed to the Royal Infirmary, this is whether or

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forced to stop and pull over. This lane here. Still nine miles and a

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good half an hour's try to the hospital. Ironically, they were just

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the way from the Community Hospital, but it was too late. Jumped out the

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passenger seat, ran around as quick as I could, I placed my phone on the

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dashboard, and the lady said , can you see the daily's head question

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mark I couldn't at first, but then his head appeared. No sign of any

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gods. That is when it hit me that I am going to deliver my own sun. ``

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no sign of any ambulance. It was very emotional. Even after the baby

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was delivered, the problems did not stop. Nathan wasn't breathing and

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Craig has to resuscitate twice. Did the mouth to mouth again and

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pressing on his chest. He started crying again, which was a relief.

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The ambulance came, which was another relief. Then I just let the

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ambulance takeover. I prayed for the best. You're just trying not to

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panic and waiting for the sample is to hurry up and arrive, because of

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something had gone wrong, it is not worth thinking about. I do not know

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what I would have done. For someone who has already overcome every

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hurdle that has come for him, an Baker could not be more prepared for

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adventures in the future. `` Nathan Baker.

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Great story. You can get in touch with us by e`mail.

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Let's get a recap of the national and regional headlines.

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Police searching for Madeleine McCann say the accepted version of

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events has changed. They've issued two new e`fits of a man they want to

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talk to. A writer defends his article in an influential financial

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magazine which says Hull is decaying and the Government should stop

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spending money on it. We should focus on improving Hull's

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education. The schools are not particularly good. That would make a

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difference to Hull. Some people would leave Hull. The weather

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forecast for Tuesday. Tomorrow, a generally drier and

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brighter day. Patchy rain slowly clearing, brightening up with a

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light northeasterly breeze. Top temperatures around 13 Celsius.

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Response story about the writer and he has to say from `` about Hull.

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Gary says Margaret Thatcher in the 1980s wanted Liverpool to follow

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into decline until someone stepped in and degenerated to the docks. It

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won the Capital of Culture and now it is booming.

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Another says Hull is in need of help. Money equals jobs and more

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money. Dave says the author comes across as a typical southern toff

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totally detached from reality. Unfortunately, David Cameron and

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George Osborne and in the same mould.

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Lord Prescott

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