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That is all from the BBC's news at six. It's goodbye from me. On BBC

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One we can now join the Good evening ,and welcome to BBC

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Look North. The headlines tonight: Calls to

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review hospital parking as patients start using side streets to avoid

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charges. I will continue to part here until they tell me that I

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cannot. We need the hospital, they are doing it just to make money on

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the parking. Who will lead the force?

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Lincolnshire Police have only one application for the role of Chief

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Constable. The situation is described as an embarrassment. You

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only need to look at what has happened to the officers and

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Lincolnshire Police to see why there is not a scramble for the job. In

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from the cold ` the star attractions heading to The Deep.

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And will it stay fine for this evening's bonfires? Stay with us to

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find out. There are calls tonight for a review of the hospital

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car`parking charges which see patients and visitors in Northern

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Lincolnshire and Goole paying the highest parking fees in our area.

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If you park in the Hospitals in Lincoln, Boston or Grantham you'll

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pay ?1.20 for the first hour. At Hull Royal Infirmary it's ?1.50. But

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in Goole, Grimsby and Scunthorpe it's ?2.50. And they're the only

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hospitals which now charge for disabled badge holders. Hospital

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managers say part of the money raised will go towards improving the

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car parks. Now they're being asked to look again at the charges. Emma

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Massey reports. Parking charges at Northern

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Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals Trust almost doubled at the

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beginning of September. Now some councillors are demanding a review.

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It is another tax on health. We pay national insurance contributions for

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our health service. This is an organisation that is supposed to

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care about people who are ill and yet they charge them to go and get

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treatment through their vehicles in the car park. But it's not just

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those who need to park at the hospitals who're feeling the impact,

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especially in Goole. Was hospital visitors no parking their cars right

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outside the hospital on either side of the road to avoid the parking

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charges it is causing real problems for the residents of Woodland

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Avenue. Charlie and Amy Appleyard have lived on this street for 52

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years. Only since the increased charges have they had reason to

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complain. People will park anywhere rather than pay the fees. There was

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one particular person and he locked his car up across the drive. I went

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up to him. He said, I am entitled to park on the road. I said, not there.

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But those visiting the hospital feel they have no choice but to park on

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the road. I will continue to part here till we tell me differently. I

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feel sorry for the residents. They must have trouble trying to park

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their own cars and there is an empty car park ground there. If you need

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the hospital, you need the hospital. They have done this to make money on

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the parking. And the reason behind higher charges is now also under

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scrutiny. My understanding is that this will go on improvements that

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people will question why they are having to pay for them.

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In a statement, Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals

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Trust said... East Riding of Yorkshire Council

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says it plans to introduce parking restrictions immediately outside the

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hospital, but that may drive people into streets further afield to park

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their cars. Emma Massey BBC Look North.

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I'm joined now by Julia Manning, who is part of a group which campaigns

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for better health care around the UK.

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Good evening. Good evening. Is this just an easy way of making money? We

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keep coming back to this issue because no one is actually

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explaining well why the charges are there in the first place. So the NHS

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Trusts were local politicians or councillors are not actually

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explaining to the public why the charges there. Where does this money

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actually go? Good question. The hospital should be transparent about

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where the money is going. They should be information for the public

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to show exactly where the money is going, on security, on car park

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maintenance. What the public need to realise is that if they are not

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paying those car parking charges then the money for looking after the

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car park, maintaining facilities, comes from the NHS budget. Every

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pound that is spent on car parking and looking after maintenance is ?1

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not spent on maintenance. Of we did not pay it, that would be nurses

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salaries that could not be paid? So we should shut up? Most people do

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not realise this. NHS Trusts should be transparent about what money they

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raise and what it has been spent on so that they are accountable for

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that money. But it winds people up, especially when the year that the

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money will go on car parks. If people want to park their cars at

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hospitals then the hospitals have to find some way of paying for the

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facility, and it is either going to come out of the individuals's

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pockets, or the NHS budget. We have an NHS budget that is under

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unprecedented pressure over the next eight years. It will cost another

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?30 billion to deliver services as they are now. There simply is not

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that money. Everybody is looking for ways to cut money so that money can

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be spent on patient care. We'd like your thoughts on this

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story. Thank you very much. Are these hospitals being fair in

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raising this money to pay for improvements to car parks and

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patient services, or should they not charge patients and visitors to

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park? Who should pay for hospital car parks?

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In a moment: The mother found guilty of stealing more than ?350,000 from

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her disabled daughter. Workers facing redundancy at Tata

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Steel in Scunthorpe could benefit from millions of pounds of

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Government money to bring new jobs to the area. Almost 500 new jobs

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have already been created in North Lincolnshire using regional growth

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grants. The Council says the ?6 million it's given out in the past

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18 months has been "vital" to keeping the economy alive, and that

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it still has almost ?4 million more to spend on job creation. Anne`Marie

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Tasker reports. Without the Regional Growth Fund,

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James Griffiths says he wouldn't have his job. A ?300,000 grant

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helped him set up his woodwork business. He was made redundant in

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March. But unlike his old colleagues, he's found work in North

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Lincolnshire. Having that little bit of extra money has enabled me to

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still work relatively close to where I live, I do not have a lot of

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travel expenditure, whereas my former work colleagues are

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travelling for and wide, to Leeds, York, much further than that as well

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to find employment. In March, James was among the 400 people who lost

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their jobs at Kimberley Clark in Barton. And last week, Tata Steel in

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Scunthorpe announced plans to cut 340 jobs. Difficult times. We have

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created 500 new jobs. It was a great blow to the area, but we now have a

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new kit chins company that will create even more jobs. `` kitchen

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company. And other pots of regeneration cash

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are helping companies like Saxon Foods. It's taken on 173 extra

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workers in the last year. And it has done it using a loan from the steel

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industry's UK Steel Enterprise fund. In this economic climate growing a

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business is pretty difficult, especially buying a new factory. We

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called on UK Steel Enterprise to help us fund the growth. Over the

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last year and a half we have had about half ?1 million worth of money

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which has helped us refurbish this factory which has allowed us to win

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a lot of new business. The UK Steel Enterprise fund has helped 30

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businesses in North Lincolnshire in the past two years. But more than

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1,500 job losses have been announced at Scunthorpe's steelworks in that

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time. So more businesses will need to be helped before those figures

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can be balanced out. A mother from Grimsby has been found

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guilty of stealing more ?350,000 of compensation money from her own

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disabled daughter. 44`year`old Cathy Watson broke down in tears as the

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jury delivered their verdict at the end of a two`week case at Doncaster

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Crown Court. The Judge warned Watson that she faces a "significant" jail

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sentence for her distressing and serious crimes. Our reporter Jake

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Zuckerman was in court to hear the verdict.

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Cathy Watson was only 13 when she gave birth to her daughter Samantha

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who had cerebral palsy as a result of medical negligence. She was

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rewarded money in compensation which was supposed to allow

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round`the`clock care for her for the rest of her life. But now most of

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that money is gone, stolen by her own mother and father. The court

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heard that they were the lavish lifestyle spending money on lavish

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cars and jewellery and cosmetic surgery. They had requested money

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from the Court of protection that was supposed to have been invested

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in rental properties in North East Lincolnshire on Samantha's that

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have, but they then money themselves. `` but they kept that

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money. Cathy Watson broke down in tears when she was found guilty but

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was also acquitted of one charge of theft. The couple will be sentenced

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at a later date, but the judge warned Cathy Watson that she could

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expect a custodial sentence of some significance.

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Still ahead tonight: A call to arms ` the Pacific warriors lighting up

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Craven Park. Moving North ` the new arrivals

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heading for the Deep. Keep your pictures coming in.

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Tonight's was taken by Jordan Maxwell. The weatherman is getting

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excited about it. And I have an extra picture taken for you tonight

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by Sarah Hand. She took it on the meteor yesterday. That's not a

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meteor! That is a twin engined jet aircraft. I think she has been on

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the sherry a bit early! Can IQ the cheesy graphics.

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It will turn pretty windy through this evening and overnight as well.

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Tomorrow this waving weather front will bring at least the risk of some

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rain from the South West after what should be a fine start. Let's take a

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look at that satellite picture. That cloud eventually cleared away into

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the North Sea and we have some good clear spells. One or two showers

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have made their way into East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. If

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you're heading to bonfire do not forget your umbrella. A windy night

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to come, though, with lowest temperatures down to four or five

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Celsius. Perhaps three on the outskirts of Bridlington. And so the

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sun will rise in the morning at 7:10am. I think that we are off to a

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bright start first thing on Wednesday. Some hazy sunshine

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around, most places drive. It should stay dry during the morning, in the

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afternoon it clouds over, with the risk of some rain and Lincolnshire.

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That might make its way into East Yorkshire later in the day. Some

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uncertainty about the North for its progress of this rain, but it will

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make its way all the way across our region at least by tomorrow evening.

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The wind will ease the overnight temperatures, still chilly feel.

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Thursday looks like a much better day, most places drive and bright

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with some good spells of sunshine. On Friday and the weekend some

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bright sunny spells with a scattering of showers. That is the

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forecast. One viewer has asked if you're tied

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times are about Regional Growth Fund `` your tide times are in BST? Now,

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the R.N. GMT. Earlier I spoke to Richard Davies,

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who ran for the position of Lincolnshire's Police and Crime

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Commissioner last year, and asked him whether he was surprised that

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only one candidate had applied for the Chief Constable's job How

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surprising is it that there's been only one applicant for this job?

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Would it have been any different if you'd have been in

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United in front of the cameras, but it has been a trying year for the

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two men responsible for keeping the streets of Lincolnshire say. Back in

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February Neil Rhodes was suspended by Police and Crime Commissioner

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Alan Hardwick because of potential conflict matters.

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Alan Hardwick because of potential conflict The Chief constable of

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Greater Manchester police was asked to investigate the allegations. He

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was then reinstated. Our cameras were there at the first press call.

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We are firmly committed to improving the quality of policing in this

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county and I think it is important now that the story moves away and

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focuses once again on the investigated for his alleged role in

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a racial discrimination case at West Yorkshire Police. It took four

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months for him to finally be cleared of any accusations of misconduct.

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Still Mr Rhodes once the top job here. It is now been confirmed she

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is the only person to apply to be chief constable on a permanent

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basis. He will be interviewed later this month.

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Earlier I spoke to Richard Davies, who ran for the position of

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Lincolnshire's Police and Crime Commissioner last year, and asked

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him whether he was surprised that only one candidate had applied for

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the Chief Constable's job I think it is embarrassing, but

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senior members of the force have a huge part to play in it. You only

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have to look at what has happened to the senior officers in Lincolnshire

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Police to see why there is not perhaps a scramble for the job. Does

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this reflect badly on the Commissioner and the force that

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nobody wants the top job? I do not think it reflects badly on the

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force. I do not think it reflects very well on the Commissioner Ron

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the Commissioner's team. When you look at the way that they have

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handled the Chief Constable's office or the other officers, it asks

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questions about whether we are going forward straight way. At this stage,

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I would not have waited nine, nearly 12 months before making a decision

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on the appointment. I would want to act and make people's positions

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permanent very quickly. They cannot run an organisation when you are

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relying on most of your senior management to be on temporary posts.

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It is not effective. Is the Commissioner doing well? Now, he's

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not. The way that the morale of the police force has been impacted since

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November, and the way that it is being perceived outside of

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Lincolnshire, that is triple. The fact that the wheels have not fallen

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off is a tribute to the men and women of Lincolnshire Police. Do you

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think that Chief Constable is like working with commissioners at all?

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It varies around the country. It very much depends on whether the

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chief constables see themselves in a commissioner role prior to them

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starting. Neil Rhodes, he will be the only applicant as far as we

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know, he has had this very public falling out with Alan Hardwick, can

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he be effective as chief constable? He has been effective now and doing

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a fantastic job of delivering what the people Lincolnshire want. What

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you are saying is that you have a great chief constable and not a

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great Commissioner? Absolutely. We spoke to Alan Hardwick a short while

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ago and he said it would not be appropriate for him to comment while

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the recruitment process is still ongoing.

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A group campaigning for better rail services between Lincoln and

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Nottingham claims the line that connects the two cities is one of

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the worst in the UK. Business organisations and Lincolnshire

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County Council are lobbying the government to reintroduce an extra

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two trains per hour between the stations over the next five years.

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I think that if we can get significantly reduced journey times

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between Nottingham and Lincoln and that better times of day, because at

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the weekend it is rather a pure service, so getting people to come

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from Nottingham to visit Lincoln and see all of the lovely sites that we

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have got. The Beverley and Holderness MP

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Graham Stuart has asked the Government for more money for rural

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communities. Last night, Mr Stuart handed in a petition at the House of

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Commons. It's after claims that people living in rural areas earn

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less, pay more council tax, and receive fewer Government grants than

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those in towns and cities. Lots of you have been in touch with

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your thoughts on this issue. Rob in Hull says, "If you and focuses once

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again on the quality of policing. But Tracy from Bilton says, "We've

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been told we can't have a play park because our village is too affluent.

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The village hall committee and friends have desperately been

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organising events to raise enough money to put a park in for our

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children. It is ridiculous and unfair."

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While Basil in Woodhall Spa says, "If we poor rural folk get more

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central funding, it'll attract more townies to join us. Put another

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jumper on, dust down the push bike, stop moaning, and enjoy your

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countryside idyll." Rugby league fans in Hull are now

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looking ahead to this weekend's World Cup match at the City's KC

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stadium when England play Fiji. Last night it was the turn of Craven

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Park, where nearly 7,000 people saw Samoa progress at the expense of

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Papua New Guinea. Here's our sports reporter Simon Clark.

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Perhaps it was the fearsome nature of the Samoa Haka. Maybe it was the

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chill in the air. Whatever, Papua found themselves behind after only a

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minute. That Samoan score by Suaia Matagi set the tone for the night.

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At one stage the South Sea Islanders were scoring at a point a minute.

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Papua contributed to their own downfall, the skills of Ben Roberts,

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a cousin of former Everton footballer Tim Cahill, taking him

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clear. Loudest cheer of the night was reserved for Jessie Joe Nandye's

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Papua try, but it's Samoa who go marching on. We feel a bit

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embarrassed. We have to go away and work on it. The confidence is there,

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we have just got to get secure. I enjoyed it very much. When they were

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throwing the ball about it was good. I did not think they have been as

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good as they were in the past. Tension will turn here to the KC

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Stadium on Saturday for England against Fiji. Provided England do

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not mess it up they will play the losers of Samoa against France in

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the quarterfinals. England have been back at their training camp today,

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they arrive in the city on Friday. Bonfire Night celebrations are under

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way across our area. These are the pictures from the big bonfire at

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Heslam Park in Scunthorpe, which is going on right now. That's the home

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of Scunthorpe Rugby Club. Bonfires and firework displays are due to

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start shortly in Beverley Westwood, Swanland, and Brantingham Park.

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There are fairground rides at Sleaford Town Football Club's ground

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for the children to enjoy before the fireworks start at 7.30pm. And the

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annual celebrations in Spilsby include a Guy Fawkes competition

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which is going on right now. It's hoped that penguins at the The

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Deep in Hull will bring in thousands more visitors and more investment in

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conservation. A home is being specially prepared for the penguins

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when they arrive from Texas next year. Here's Crispin Rolfe.

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An antipodean aquatic attraction in Melbourne, Australia. These are

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Gentoo penguins, the world's speediest underwater swimming birds,

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and a species soon to be seen in Hull. But when they arrive in

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England next year they will have flown from Texas, where Hull's

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huddle has been captive`bred. We are really excited and keep getting

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updates on them. We know which ones are penguins already, we know there

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are traits and habits. It is nice to think that they will be here soon.

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The Deep is already preparing for the penguins' arrival, with the hope

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that this at`risk South Atlantic species will inspire youngsters and

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highlight global environmental issues. But this is also seen as a

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chance to bring in more visitors. So can penguins do for Hull, what

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pandas have done for Edinburgh Zoo? Numbers there are up 50% since the

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Chinese pandas' arrivals. And in Hull, it's hoped the Gentoo penguins

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will increase footfall by 10% to more than 350,000 visitors a year.

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First though, The Deep has got to house them. Right now it is a

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building site, but here is where the Penguins will live when they arrive

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in 2014. They will have climate control and LED lights to maintain

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the sort of lighting that they are used to in the South Atlantic, where

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they are from. And there is a room with a view across the Humber. We

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will give them a balcony where they can quite see then get some fresh

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air and ultraviolet light. There is lots of theme work wing on to make

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their lives interesting and exciting. So this could be their

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view. A far cry from the Falkland Islands from where these birds

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originate. But as well as boosting visitors, the hope is that they'll

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shine some light in Hull about the conservation challenges facing them

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and their world. Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines. Police are cold in after Colchester Hospital

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staff say they were bullied into falsifying data on cancer patients

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Here, patients are parking in the streets around hospitals as new

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parking charges at the Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Trust hit

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them in the pocket. Tomorrow's weather: Mostly dry and bright in

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the morning. Clouding over in the afternoon with a risk of some patchy

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rain spreading from the South West. Maximum temperature nine Celsius.

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A big response on the subject of parking charges at hospitals. One

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viewer says, I live near Scunthorpe General Hospital, charging patients

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more is a joke and charging the disabled is disgraceful. Brian in

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Spalding said, I am sure most people do not mind paying towards charging

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in `` parking in hospitals, but the charges are disproportionately

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council charges. One viewer says that they have leukaemia and have to

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renew their parking tickets every week, the charges are insane. One

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viewer says, my mother is a nurse and she has 2p. Stop moaning get on

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with it. And another, if you can afford a

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car, you can afford a car park. And Carol says that she began working in

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Scunthorpe Hospital in 1966. For all the years I worked here we were

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promised better staff and patient parking. We are still waiting, it

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should be free. Have a nice evening. Be safe. Good

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night.

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