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bbc.co.uk/weather. That is all from the BBC News at

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Six. Goodbye. Good evening and welcome to BBC Look

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North. The headlines tonight: Saving hundreds of children from sex

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offenders ` the charity being praised by police.

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Tributes for the rugby star who raised half a million for charity

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during seven years with terminal cancer. An inspiring and humbling

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individual. The game and the world is poorer for his passing.

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A Government minister praises Hull's City of Culture bid on a tour of the

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city. I think it was impressed by the bed. ` ` I think everyone is

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impressed by the big. How this jazz band got themselves a

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gig at the Albert Hall. After a dismal day, brighter prospects for

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tomorrow. I will be back with the forecast.

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A charity that has saved hundreds of children from sex offenders says the

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problem of child grooming is far greater than they first thought.

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Cornerhouse in Hull, which is partly funded by Children In Need, works

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with young people at risk of being pursued by older men. Humberside

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Police says the charity has been crucial in bringing offenders to

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justice. Our reporter, Caroline Bilton, has been talking to some of

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the teenagers who have been helped. I was drinking, I was taking drugs.

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I was only 14 at the time. I'd be awake for seven, eight days

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straight. She's not even 16 years old and yet she's already

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experienced more than most. I was going to my drug dealer's

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house. And spending days and days there. He would ask for sexual

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favours for drugs and me, because I was drunk and young, and absolutely

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off my face, I agreed. Anything to get another gram.

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In the past year, Sarah ` a name she has asked us to use so as not to

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reveal her identity, has been able to get her life back on track, and

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it's thanks to this charity, Cornerhouse. Her drug dealer is now

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in prison and she's now back at college and studying to become a

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youth worker. She is one of many children this charity works with who

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are in crisis and who are at risk of being exploited.

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If you look at levels of one`to`one support, which we offer, I would

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suggest at any one time the project is working with 30, 35 young people.

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I think we're only touching the surface and, I hate to say that, but

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I do believe that quite strongly. This video highlights to youngsters

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dangers they may be putting themselves in, and highlights the

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dangers of sexual grooming. I used to smoke weed every day. I took

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speed and stuff like that. I know I am so lucky I did not get into that

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type of danger. It was a massive eye`opener. Child sexual grooming is

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not as big in this area as in some areas. I wouldn't like to scare

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everybody in the area. Let's not be naive, it is happening everywhere.

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We are tackling it front on. We are extremely proactive. We couldn't

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make it happen without our partners at the Cornerhouse project, we

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couldn't. There are people now in custody because of this project,

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because people trusted us. How important is Children In Need to the

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project? It means we can carry on. If we were not here, where with

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these young people go? I have never known this sort of control of

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myself. And of my life and where I'm heading in life for a very, very

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long time. It's fantastic. ?NEWLINE Cornerhouse in Hull is one of more

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than 2,700 organisations across the UK helped by Children in Need. Every

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penny you raise or donate goes towards helping children in real

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need, here in the UK. In a moment: Armistice Day services

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are held across East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.

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?? new line The Government minister in charge of culture says he is

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impressed with the public support in Hull for the city's bid to be City

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of Culture in 2017. Hull is up against Leicester, Dundee and

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Swansea Bay for the title. The winner is announced in nine days.

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The Culture Minister, Ed Vaizey, took a tour of Hull this morning. We

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will hear more from him in a moment, but first, Jill Archbold has this

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report. It's been four months since Hull

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made the short list to be the UK's City of Culture, and now it's only a

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short wait to find out if they win. Just days before the final bid

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presentation, Culture Minister Ed Vaizey paid a visit to the city. He

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was shown around Humber Street and the Marina, with members of the bid

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team demonstrating how places like the fruit market are being

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regenerated. Somewhere like Humber Street is a

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really authentic environment. It is creative, it provides the right

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environment for new industries, new creative and digital industries as

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well as the arts. That is what makes us what we are, makes us unique,

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quirky and this is why our bid is such a great bid.

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At Fruit Trade Music a quick burst of song where father and son team

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Malcom and Mikey have invested thousands to create music studios.

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There are so many well`intentioned people here, right the way down the

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street from people opening cafes, breweries, galleries, exhibition

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centres to educational centres. There is so much positivity. We want

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to give them the confidence if we are lucky enough to be granted the

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City of Culture, that we will deliver.

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No politicians are amongst those making the final decision, but the

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Culture Minister did say Hull's bid was exciting and had the support of

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people living here. Earlier, I spoke to the minister on

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his visit to Hull's fruit market. What is your early in pressure Hull?

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It is a fantastic city. It is of whiskey a great historical city. I

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have just been to the Museum of William Wilberforce, and he is a

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great hero of mine. I bumped into Philip Larkin had I came off the

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train. Andrew Marvell is from here. It is also very modern city. We have

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such high unemployment. Is Hull the most deserving city to win, do you

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think? Well, the best city with the best bid will win. What is brilliant

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about the competition, if you like, is that it allows a lot of cities to

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look at what they have got in terms of their cultural offerings, what

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makes their city attractive, and put forward the best it. If Hull wins,

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it will be because Hull has done the best bid. Everyone is saying our bid

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is perhaps the most united. Is there anything else we can do in the final

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ten days? I am sure your viewers will know it is an independent panel

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who makes a choice, and not politicians. I know people are going

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over to Londonderry to make their final pitches this Wednesday. That

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is really the last gasp. I think everyone is impressed by their Hull

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bid and how United the city is. Some people here fear that there might be

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favourable treatment to Dundee in Scotland. What is your reaction to

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that? At the risk of repeating myself, the

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panel who will bet the final decision does not have a single

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politician on it. It is chaired by Phil Redmond from Liverpool. I do

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not think there will be thinking about which is the best city. The

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best city for politics, I mean. If you were a betting man, who would

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win? I can't possibly comment on that. Hull's bid is fantastic. It is

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exciting. It has united the city. All parts of the community are

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supporting it. It is not just led from the top. It should involve

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everyone. And you have absolutely no inference whatsoever? Absolutely

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not. There is no point in me saying you are the most charming minister I

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have interviewed in 30 years? I think that could be helpful but not

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in relation to the bid! Thank you. The culture minister talking to me

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this morning. With the decision being made next

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week, what would you like to see happen in Hull if the city wins

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capital of culture? I look forward to hearing from you

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about that. A woman from Hull has admitted

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killing her baby daughter while she was suffering from post natal

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depression. At Hull Crown Court this morning, 21`year`old Natasha Sultan,

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seen here under the black umbrella, pleaded guilty to the infanticide of

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five`week`old Amelia Lily Sultan`Curtis in October 2012. The

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court heard the baby died from a head injury inflicted by Sultan when

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suffering from mental health problems. The baby has died at the

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hands of her mother. She would say due to the nature of the birth and

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how tired she was, she was affected by that.

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Still ahead tonight: Families and friends remembered as Armistice Day

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is marked. Thank you for watching.

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Karen Millington took this of Beverley Minster.

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I noticed Keely Donovan appeared. He is not on holiday again?

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I could not possibly comment. I think you code. ` ` I think you

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code. The document last week for forgetting to change the timestamp.

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You will be sick of methane. Tomorrow looks like a much brighter

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day. It was very cloudy today. ` ` you will be sick of me soon. The

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rest of the week doesn't look too bad. It will be very windy on

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Thursday. Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday do not look bad at all. We

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did have a lots of cloud. We will see further outbreaks of rain and

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drizzle spread from the north`west through the evening. You can see

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those clearing south eastwards. They will linger around the wash towards

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the end of the night. Temperatures will fall, the lowest around about

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six or seven. Milder temperatures further north. It looks like a

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decent day. We can't rule out the odd shower, but for most places, it

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looks dry and bright with decent spells of sunshine. It was mild for

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the time of year but it will be cooler tomorrow. Some places will

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stay in single figures. Mostly, towns and cities will get up to ten

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or 11 Celsius. As we had through the rest of the week, Wednesday, chilly

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start. Friday and Saturday, bright. You looked a bit cagey then. I will

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get to the bottom of it. Maybe I will just that fibbing and

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say he's poorly. Business owners from the East Riding

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will find out tonight if they have won at a prestigious prize ceremony

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for tourism in Yorkshire Amongst the tourist attractions nominated are

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the restaurant 1884 Dock Street Kitchen in Hull, and the Spa at

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Bridlington nominated in the Best Business Tourism category at the

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annual White Rose Awards. Tributes have been paid for Steve

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Prescott, the former Hull FC rugby league player who died on Saturday

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aged 39. For seven years, he fought a rare stomach cancer, and during

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that time raised hundreds of thousands of pounds for charity.

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Simon Clark looks at the mark Steve Prescott left on people's lives.

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Steve Prescott had earned a very special place in Hull supporters'

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hearts as an attacking full`back. But when he was struck down by his

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illness he dedicated his remaining time to extreme charity fund raising

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events. Like this multi`marathon from Hull to Manchester.

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It was blowing a gale. It was hailstones, rain. Every weather you

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can imagine, we suffered today. He wanted to raise money and awareness

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as well. ?WHITE Hull FC will open a book of condolence on Wednesday, but

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fans can still pay tribute on the club's web pages.

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There has been talk about removing the number one shirt, and that is

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something we will be looking at. We need something that will last and

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create the right image of a man, and make sure his legacy is remembered

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in the right way. Tributes from all over the rugby league world have

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been paid to Steve Prescott ` such was his popularity with his fellow

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professionals. A really close friend. Someone we admired. We'll

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talk about him as a person, but I would also like to remember him as a

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fantastic rugby league player. I would describe him as a really

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humble individual with no edge on him. The game and the world will be

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a lot poorer for his passing. Steve Prescott, here receiving a doctorate

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from Hull University for his charity work, was a special player and a

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special man. He'll be very sadly missed. Very sad news.

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Simon Clark is at the KC Stadium, Steve Prescott was obviously very

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well loved and will be greatly missed. What is being planned as a

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memorial to him? Hull FC and Saint Helens have begun

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negotiations and discussions already. They are the two clubs

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Steve Prescott is most closely associated with. We done a precise

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details. It could take the form of a challenge, for example. Nothing will

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be decided until the involvement of the family. That once take place

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until a significant time of mourning has passed. Peter.

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Simon, thank you. We will of course keep you posted if we hear anything.

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Humberside Police say they are working with Grimsby Town and

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Scunthorpe United football clubs to promote the use of organised travel

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to and from an FA Cup replay game next week. The first round tie ended

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in a nil`nil draw on Saturday. After the game, there was a fight between

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fans of both teams. 12 people were arrested and three are still on

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bail. The winners of the FA Cup replay

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between Grimsby Town and Scunthorpe United will play Northampton Town.

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Lincoln City's prize for a replay win over Plymouth would be a match

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against Welling United. The Hull City manager Steve Bruce

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says he has no complaint after his side were beaten heavily by

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Southampton. The Tigers were 3`0 down at half time. Before Yannick

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Sagbo pulled a goal back. The game finished four one with Hull now 12th

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in the Premier League. On Friday we told you fast food

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chain Macdonald's is pulling out of Scunthorpe high street. The decision

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has been blamed on a change in shopping habits, and local traders

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called it a serious blow to the local economy. Thank you for your

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responses on this. Two minutes' silence has been

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observed to mark Armistice Day across East Yorkshire and

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Lincolnshire. People paid their respects in city centres workplaces

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and schools. At the Sentamu Academy in Hull, every pupil and teacher

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released a balloon to mark their respects. Simon Spark reports.

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At 11 o'clock, the only sound in our towns and cities was the rain

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falling. Here in Hull, Standards were lowered as the two minutes'

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silence began. On the high street in Lincoln, people gathered at the

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memorial. And at the senotaph in Mablethorpe. And in the schools.

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Here at the Sentamu Academy, they watched images of war while staying

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silent. But then they continued to prepare for their own special

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service. Here, 1,500 balloons were being filled to connect every pupil

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and member of staff to what armistice day was all about. It is

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important because my grandad was in the war and most of his friends died

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in it. We want to show respect to people who have fallen, and people

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in Afghanistan as well. We should never forget about what has

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happened. They did it for our freedom. I hope you are hopeful like

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me... Many years ago, they went into battle, not knowing if they would

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come home, and fought for their current shape, and I think it is a

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time to be very proud ` ` fought for their country. He was in the air

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force, captured in Singapore. Put in a prison camp. Be thankful you can

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stand with me, thinking of those who now cannot. At least we show they

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are not forgot. Remembering earlier to day.

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The City of Hull Youth Jazz Orchestra are preparing to perform

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at the Royal Albert Hall in London this week. The band will join 3,000

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young people from across the country who have demonstrated exceptional

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talent during Music for Youth's annual festival which has taken

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place over the spring and summer. We met the orchestra as they did some

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final rehearsals. Amy Cole reports. From this small venue in Hull, to

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the world's most famous stage, the Royal Albert Hall. Home to some of

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the greatest musicians, such as Nigel Kennedy, and a regular haunt

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of the BBC's Proms season. On Wednesday, The City of Hull Youth

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Jazz Orchestra will perform a piece of music that has been specially com

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posed for them. 17`year`old Becky Cooper is very enthusiastic. I think

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it is great. I love how it has been written just for our band as well.

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Nobody has come play. I think it is good. ` ` nobody else can play it.

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The ban's Jenny has been a long one. A one original festival in March,

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and there followed a national one in July. From that, they were handed a

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golden ticket to the great Hall. I think it is the biggest thing they

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have achieved. We have entered a few times over the years and got the

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National Festival, but it has been the final hurdle to play well enough

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to be invited to its. In terms of what we try and do, it is the

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biggest thing we can achieve. Daniel is lead trombone. On Wednesday, he

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will not only play a solo part, but it will be completely improvised.

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That is the moment for me when it is like, everything flashes before

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you. I have always ideas running through my head ready to, and play.

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In that moment, I will be thinking, let's just do it, let's just have

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some fun. All were musicians say they have worked really hard, and

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can't wait to give it their all. Fantastic. Another Hull success. I

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am sure the members of the orchestra will be tuned into night, so good

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luck and enjoy Wednesday. If you have a story you think we should

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know about and sent our cameras to, send an e`mail.

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

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the Philippines warn there are places in the disaster zone that

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they've yet to reach ` more than ten thousand are feared dead. A Hull

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charity that's saved hundreds of children from sex offenders is

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praised by police. We were talking about the bid for

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the City of Culture and I was chatting with the culture minister,

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head crazy, who has been in town today. Steve says, tell us how much

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it has cost Hull to bid for this, I can see it happening, if I lived in

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another city, I wouldn't come here. Bit downbeat there. Somebody else

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had, of course Hull will win it, what is not to like? That is from

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Peter in Bridlington. Ben says, if Hull wins, they should put the tolls

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down some people come to the city, I am from Grimsby. David said, I like

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Hull, we visit regularly, it is a great place, lots of museums,

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historic places and great shopping, and the location is great beside the

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Humber history. David could have written a bit. I also like the deep,

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it is a great asset, and we like going on the ferry to Europe.

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Finally, Val has been in touch saying, good luck with the last few

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days, Hull deserves the title. There is a final presentation on Wednesday

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this week, then Wednesday next week, the announcement is made. Join

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me tomorrow on the radio if you can. If not, see you tomorrow night. Take

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care.

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