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pretty soggy. Thank you. That is all from the BBC. We can now join News

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teams Good evening and welcome to BBC Look

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North. The headlines tonight: Criticism of the police accused of

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giving cautions not convictions. I honestly don't think there should be

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this get out clause. Buying your way out of crime.

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Fears for the care of stroke patients as some services in Grimsby

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are moved to another town. What was the point of ever having the

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hospital? If gradually the services are being taken away.

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The student who'll miss her graduation ceremony by six days as

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she's forced to leave the country. The cookery show with all the

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ingredients to give local business a boost.

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After a very mild day, we have a wet night to come. I will be back later

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with your full forecast. Good evening.

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A woman violently assaulted by a stranger in the street says police

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told her it would be a waste of tax`payers money to prosecute the

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attacker. Hayley Clayton from Moulton Seas End, near Spalding,

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wanted Lincolnshire Police to charge the woman who knocked her

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unconscious but instead they gave her a caution. Critics say cautions

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for violent crime are a growing problem. The Government is promising

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to clamp down on their use. Gemma Dawson reports.

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The Criminal Justice system is coming under scrutiny tonight from a

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member of the public after she was attacked on a night out in Spalding.

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This mum, from south Lincolnshire, is now calling for tougher

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penalties. I am still disgusted, really. I just honestly don't think

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there should be this get out clause. This photograph shows the

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severity of Hayley's injuries. She needed ten stitches and has been

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left with a scar after being knocked unconscious. But when police caught

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the woman responsible, Hayley told me she was offered ?150 and an

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apology or the woman could be cautioned. It was not about the

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money. It was more about justice. This person had admitted what she

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had done and knew it was wrong so we decided to go with the caution

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because we were told we couldn't take both. They said it had no

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chance of going to court. They said it was a waste of taxpayers of mini.

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If somebody put graffiti on your wall or scratch your car, it is any

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different league. It had been poorly dealt with. The police do have the

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power to deal with some offences without having to go through the

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courts. Last year nationally, almost 170,000 people who committed crimes

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were cautioned. 493 were issued for crimes serious enough to be heard at

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Crown Court if they had gone to trial. But overall, the use of

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cautions has fallen by 42% in the last five years. We like to push

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with restorative resolutions and all out`of`court punishments because

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they are effective and efficient and allow the victim to have a say. More

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importantly, there is research that says that offenders take into

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account that if you actually speak to them, meeting the victim or

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having to say sorry about raising a letter, does have a big impact on

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them and their offending history. The Government says it's now

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clamping down on the use of simple cautions. But still, Hayley and her

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family told me they feel let down about the way they've been treated.

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I spoke to the Hull MP Karl Turner, a former barrister who has

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campaigned against the use of cautions. I asked him if he thought

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Hayley Clayton's attacker should have gone to court. That ought to be

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prosecuted by way of a charge. The defendant should go to court and

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actually the defendant should receive a very heavy custodial

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sentence, in my view. I understand the victim of this particular crime

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received ten stitches. That is a serious offence. It is gross bodily

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harm. It should not be dealt with by way of the caution and I can

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understand this victim feeling like she had been dealt an injustice. Is

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it a waste of money? It is about the victim. It is costly to take victims

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to court but actually, at what price should we be considering justice?

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The reality is that this victim has received a very serious injury and

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deserves more than a caution caution for that. It costs ?1200 per day to

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send somebody to Magistrates' Court. It is cheaper to give a caution.

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Some would say that brings sense. It is cheaper and that is why there has

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been a proliferation of these. I have an example of sexual assault.

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The police ticked the box because they get election made up. Somebody

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convinces and everybody is happy apart from the victim, who has been

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dealt an injustice. `` somebody confesses. In this case, it seems as

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if this woman has been dealt a serious injustice. The Government is

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reviewing the use of cautions. Do you agree with the Government? I

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agree with the Government but the Government talked off when the

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reality is the CPS have had their funds cut for not investigating and

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prosecuting cases properly. `` talk tough. The police have had their

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funds cut saw dealing with cases in this way and actually the offenders

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are getting off with really serious offences and the victims are

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wondering what is going on. `` have had their funds cut saw dealing. We

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would like your thoughts on this one. Can the case be made for police

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cautions or should serious cases go to court? We'll have some of your on

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this. Start the text with the word looknorth. Thank you for watching.

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In a moment: A fuel for the future ` how straw's

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being used to heat 60,000 homes. When stroke services in Grimsby

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where criticised, hospital leaders decided patients would be safer if

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services were moved. The trust had higher than expected death rates.

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Despite assurances that care will improve, people in Grimsby say the

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30 mile journey to Scunthorpe is wrong.

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When they had a stroke four years ago. She says it has changed her

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life forever but believes they care she had at the hospital helped is a

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very dramatic situation. I thought that was it. Yes. I thought things

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could not get any better, ever. But they give you encouragement all the

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way. The hospital's emergency stroke services provides care up to three

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days after a stroke. Wendy did not use at that service but says she

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feels strongly that it should stay in Grimsby. National guidelines say

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an emergency stroke service should train all front`line nurses and

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doctors to recognise the stroke systems DAX teams. They must provide

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quick diagnosis and treatment. `` stroke symptoms. In Grimsby and

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Scunthorpe, it is currently only 12 hours a day. An NHS report said that

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was inadequate. You need to be able to have emergency hyper acute stroke

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care at any time of the day or night. If, at the moment, able

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cannot get that, then they are getting a second class service.

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Hospital managers have decided to provide a 24/7 service. We have an

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improved service and should save lives and patients being disabled,

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one of the major problems with having a stroke. Pain is worried

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that the extra distance of these patients will have to travel could

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jeopardise lives. We want to see what risk assessment has been done

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for this temporary move in order to see that it really will not reduce

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the life chances of somebody having a stroke, say as far away as they

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have to get to Scunthorpe. What was the point of ever having this

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wonderful hospital if the services are gradually being taken away? New

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service will start running in Scunthorpe in two weeks' time.

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Bosses say it will be months before the future is decided and that

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longer term care will still be provided in Grimsby. Campaigners

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worry that once the emergency services go, they will never return.

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Plans for a wind turbine factory on the banks of the Humber have been

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given a boost by the Government. Able UK want to build a marine Park

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in North Killingholme. The Government says it will act as

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guarantor so private lenders will get their money back if the scheme

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doesn't pay. There are thousands of jobs potentially available through

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investment in renewables on sites like these, where we are

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prequalifying for a guarantee today. We have set out lots of other

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policies, particularly the so`called strike prices that either developers

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a certainty of the prices they will get for the energy generated. People

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should be confident that this is a sector which will grow in the UK and

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Hull and Humberside is one of the best locations in the country for

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taking that forward. A young woman from Pakistan who has

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studied in Hull for four years says the UK's immigration system means

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she will miss her graduation ceremony, like this one, by just a

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few days. If Komal Tariq stayed, she would be over`staying her visa and

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breaking the law. Hull has thousands of international students who spend

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millions of pounds. But one influential figure in education says

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the UK is sending a message that the door is closing for foreign

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students. Here's Emma Massey. Komal Tariq came to the UK in 2009

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to study a degree in Business and Marketing at the University of Hull.

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I fell in love with the country, Hull, it has been absolutely

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brilliant. I mean, when I came to the UK I had never been here before.

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Komal's two degrees have cost her parents over ?50,000 in tuition fees

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and living expenses. But her visa to stay in the UK runs out just days

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before her graduation ceremony, meaning she wont be able to

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celebrate achieving her masters degree along with her fellow

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students. I called the UK Border Agency and ask if I have any options

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and they said that I don't have any options. I have to leave either

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before the 25th or on that date. So I asked if I can apply for an

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extension so they said no because you are not going to be a student

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anymore. This about whether Komal can stay in

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the UK for six days extra for her graduation ceremony here at Hull

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University. But because of sensitivities over thousands of

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students who've, in recent years, overstayed their visa, the

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Government has clamped down with Komal finding no slack in the

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system. Figures from the Home Office show

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the number of visas issued to international students has fallen

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sharply since the tougher rules were introduced ` from 286,000 in 2010 to

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210,000 visas in 2011. So far this year, only 49,000 overseas students

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have been given clearance to study in the UK. If a student is spending

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a lot of money, a lot of time and dedicating their academic life to a

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particular place then they don't have an opportunity to graduate and

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sure that moment with friends and family then I think it is a problem.

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The Home Office says that any student on a course for 12 months is

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granted a visa to stay in the country for the duration of their

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course plus an additional four months. One way International

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Students can attend their graduation ceremonies is to leave the country

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and return as a visitor. The University of Hull is looking at

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ways to make graduation ceremonies fall within the period of visa

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dates. I am very disappointed. But this won't help Komal who says if

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her visa can't be extended, she'll feel short`changed.

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Dominic Scott is the Chief Executive at the UK Council for International

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Student Affairs. They promote the benefits of international students

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coming to the UK. I asked him if Komal should be able to go to her

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ceremony. I think the whole thing is desperately sad but is an

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amalgamation of two things. Firstly, we have got very large number ofs of

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international `` very large numbers of international students coming to

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universities that they have a responsibility so that they can

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complete. There is nothing worse than somebody who has spent

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?80,000, four years in Britain, getting a degree which is going to

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be the highlight of their academic career and not being able to stand

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with the other students all around them for the ceremony. The whole

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thing is an appalling incident. Some people were saying that she has her

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degree, she has her degree, she is setup and running. It is only a

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ceremony. I don't know if you have any children. Ask them if they want

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to go to their degree ceremonies. Ask them if they spent three years

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in British education, working, getting their honours degree and

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want to stand proudly and see with their parents over they have done it

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and it was worth the investment. " You let me do it and I have trial.

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What if you have been here for 12 months or more, you have four months

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extra at the end of your visa. `` you let me do it and I have

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triumphed." That allows you to get everything done, pack up and make

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your arrangements and go. That four months is completely tied. If you go

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one day over, you have stayed too long and are illegal and could face

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a lifetime ban and could not be able to come back to Britain. Do you

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think the UK has become a less friendly place to study? There have

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been about eight rule changes over the last. The biggest one was the

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abolition of the poster study work scheme. Oestrogen used to be able to

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come, get a degree and stay on for two years to work. `` a student used

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to be able to come. That has gone and has sent messages that somehow

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we are closing the doors. Thank you very much. I look forward to reading

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Twitter when I get home. Another then you might have a few.

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Remember you can get in touch. Thank you for watching this choose

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tonight. Also coming up: Creating a show stopper, why

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television shows mean a bigger and more extravagant cakes. The biggest

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was a gypsy wedding cake. It was 18 years and an arch for them to walk

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through. `` it was an 18 heard cake. If you are a fan of that show it

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will be in ten minutes. We have some photos coming in.

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If you are a fan of that show it will be in ten minutes. We have This

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is a shellfish boat coming home. Thank you very much for that.

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Good evening. This is from Andy, who obviously heard that you were on for

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the next fortnight and is a big fan. Who isn't? ! "How do you expect me

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to take notice of the weather for the next two weeks?"

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Will you have that problem, Peter? You never listen! Pay attention.

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Andy will be embarrassed that I read that but I did not leave it might

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read his surname. Over the next 24 hours, we have got

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quite a lot of rain to stop it has been a mild day. 17.6 was the high.

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Things will cool down tomorrow but not before a mild night. Tomorrow,

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rain. `` quite a lot of rain. It has been a mildly. We will get a ridge

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of high pressure on Thursday saw some fine, settled conditions

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through that period of time. We had a lot of cloud associated with the

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rain but you can just about make out some clear slots have developed over

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the last few hours, along with a few showers. Essentially, a good deal of

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dry weather. Within this band of rain pushes on overnight. It could

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be very happy indeed. Some winds on that band of rain also and it will

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be very heavy, as I say. Possibly even fonder. Look at those

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temperatures. A very mild night for a time of year. `` was ugly even

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heavier. Tomorrow morning, we have got more rain on the cards and

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again, there could be some heavy spells for a time. You can see the

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blue colours on the weather map. As they go through the day, increasing

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amounts of dry weather. By tomorrow afternoon, there is to be some

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sunshine also but watch out, there was to be a shower risk tomorrow

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afternoon. It is still going to be fairly breezy. The breeze will be

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fresh from the West. You can see the temperatures are not quite as high

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as today but not too bad. This is 15 Fahrenheit `` 59 Fahrenheit. It will

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be cool overnight into Thursday and there will be some mist and fog.

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That will make a dry day but the unsettled weather returns on

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Friday. Some heavy rain on the cards once again. Shall I test you on what

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I just said? I don't want to weeks of these

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e`mails. " I just got drenched but the four

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cat was `` forecast was probably very accurate."

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Save those! Thank you very much.

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A power station that will burn millions of tonnes of straw has been

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fired up for the first time. It will provide electricity for tens of

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thousands of homes and heat the local swimming pool. The opening

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comes as the country debates the cost of gas and electricity and

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whether we're able to produce enough for everyone. Here's our environment

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correspondent, Linsey Smith. Some of the 50 bales of straw used

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every minute by Sleaford's new power station. This huge shed needs to be

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refilled every three days to keep the furnace ablaze. It has created a

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market for straw, which is often a waste produce, for the benefit to

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farmers. It puts a bit more mamma `` about my money back in the pockets.

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65,000 homes will be powered by the energy created here. It is

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considered carbon neutral. Just yesterday, David Cameron announced

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the first nuclear power station to be built in the UK for 20 years, in

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Somerset. But only 19% of our electricity is generated by nuclear

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power. Coal and gas still make up the biggest share. Renewables

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generate just over 11% and are a priority for the Government. This

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plant brings many benefits to the local community. It will create at

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least 30 jobs. Local farmers will have another option of making money

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from the land and schools and community centres will get free

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seat. Cheaper bills for the rest of us is not a benefit at the moment.

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This is more expensive than traditional fossil energy. As things

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stand today. But as fossil becomes skiers and scares, one would expect

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that the cost of that, as consumers are experiencing, those costs are

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increasing. `` comes more and more skiers. Neighbours originally had

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concerns but the offer of free heating for various community

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centres helped. The company behind it already has planning permission

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for a similar plant elsewhere. Lots of response from claims that

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the Government is wrong to invested so heavily in green energy. We ask

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if it was worth the cost. Thank you very much indeed for

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those. Players from Papua New Guinea and

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France are being entertained at a civic section in Hull ahead of the

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rugby league game in the city on Sunday. Fans arrived first at the

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Guildhall, having made the short journey from the Hotel. They were

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greeted by Paul's lord mayor herself. `` Hull's Lord Mayor. Some

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derbies I have seen Ahmad so we are always pretty happy to come to Hull

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and play. It is going to be a big game for us. We want the fans to be

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there and hopefully support France and see how it goes. Let's hope they

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have the happiest day. In Football, Scunthorpe United go to

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Fleetwood tonight looking to recover from a heavy defeat at the weekend.

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The game will be live on BBC Radio Humberside.

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from a heavy defeat at the weekend. The game will be live on Build up

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has begun on Sportstalk, which is on the air now.

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A guide to the culture of Hull has been handed out at every station

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stop on the way to London today. The guide was delivered by Andy, who

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performs as a living statue. It includes a map pointing out quirky

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facts and cultural hotspots. It is designed to attract new visitors and

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promote Hull's bid to become the UK City of Culture. Taking the guide

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down to London is really about demonstrating to people who

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potentially could come to the city what a great cultural offering we

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have. Hull wants this bid. Hull needs it. Hull can deliver it.

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You're in it to win it. It is a real honour to be officially the quirky

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cultural ambassador for Hull. I have been looking at it and there are

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things on it I did not know. That is amazing and it is a really user

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friendly thing to have. It is fun. It sums up everything about Hull.

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There is a gold mine. It is getting very close and we will be taking a

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look at the three other cities competing with Hull for City of

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Culture. This is starting was tomorrow where we will be in today.

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`` we will be an Dundee. It's the TV programme that's

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encouraged many to take up baking. Demand for college courses in cake

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making has doubled and one local baker says the Great British Bake

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Off on BBC One has seen customers asking for increasing extravagant

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designs and decorations. `` BBC Two. But for tonight's final, one

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From castles to dinosaurs, this shop in Hessle clearly know how to create

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a show stopper, and demand for fancy cakes is high. When I started, it

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was mostly round and square, three`tiered cakes. Fairly

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traditional. Now, people come in with all sorts of ideas. Maybe

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because of cake programmes on the television. The biggest cake we did

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was actually a gypsy wedding cake. It was 18 tiers and an arch for them

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to walk through. Time for you to move your cakes, please. It is over.

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Tonight, it's the final of the Great British Bake Off on BBC Two. And

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with an expected eight million viewers, it seems to have captured

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peoples imagination. Lucy, a gardener from Grimsby, was a

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contender on this years show. She says more and more people are

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getting into baking because it's something everyone can try at home.

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There is nobody on the Bake Off who has ever worked in any professional

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way in baking. It's just people who are passionate about it. We've got,

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in the final, we've got a student, a psychologist and a children's

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clothes designer. I know who the winner is but I'm sure people

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wouldn't want me to reveal that but it's a really exciting final. Here

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at Hull College, cake baking has become hugely popular. They are

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involved in a take`off of their own. Students have to make two different

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type of funds for their final assessment. Cooking and baking has

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moved on in the last few years. Since the television show, we now

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doubled the amount of students we have three years ago. It is on the

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up which is good. One student is so good that he is through to a

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worldwide competition next month. I have five and a half hours to make a

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sugar peas with a carnival theme and then 15 afternoon tea pastries. ``

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sugar peas. The competition is fierce. Amateur or professional, one

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thing is for sure. Tonight, everybody is going to want a slice

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of cake. It is the final tonight at 8pm. Good

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luck to them. Lucy, who we saw there, she makes an appearance in

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the programme. For the last time. Next in the series comes back, it

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will be an BBC One. Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines. John Major calls for a one`off tax

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on energy company profits and criticism on the police for giving

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cautioned instead of taking criminals to court. Tomorrow's

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weather ` Some heavy rain at first, clearing by midday to leave a mostly

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dry afternoon with some bright or sunny spells. It will be windy with

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a top temperature of 15 degrees Celsius. 16 Celsius. That is 51

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Fahrenheit. 's bonds coming in on the subject of

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police cautions. Thank you for all of these. `` response coming in.

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Norma says, typical, innocent people being treated like second`class

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citizens because the authorities are ticking boxes. Richard says cautions

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are spot`on. The day on record for life and putting systems on each ``

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putting points on licenses. Mr Woods says Lincolnshire police have taken

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myself and many other court for speeding offences. I was fined for

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going 20 mph over the speed limit. I could not get a caution or speed ``

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points. Money in the bank and crimes solved. Alan says, when magistrates

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send somebody for a month in jail for a rear is of council tax and

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police Council funding for us all, the caution is obviously

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inappropriate. for a rear is of council tax and

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police Council funding for us Less caution and more prosecutions. Thank

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you for those are for watching. Join me tomorrow lunchtime. Have a nice

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evening. Goodbye.

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