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transformation of the NHS in England. That is all from the BBC

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News at Good evening. Thank you for joining

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us. Welcome to BBC Look North. The headlines tonight... On a collision

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course over rural housing. A public inquiry begins over plans to build

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hundreds of homes in the countryside. It is usually built

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first, worry about services later. One or two possibly, but 500`600?

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Definitely no! More delays for drivers as a main

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route into Hull is to close for the festive period. It is a nightmare,

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because they are doing all the roadworks. Having to use a different

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route. People still have to work across Christmas.

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Why creating new islands could help save the Lincolnshire coast.

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And the Queen Bee helping one nursery buzz into the record books.

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And a frosty night to come, but what about the next few days? Join me

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later to find out. Good evening. According to the Prime

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Minister, the only way to solve Britain's housing crisis is for more

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homes to be built in the countryside. But it's a policy

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that's put him on a collision course with Tory`run councils like East

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Riding. Today a public inquiry began into plans for 500 new homes at

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Melton Fields near North Ferriby. The planning application was

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rejected by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council earlier this year.

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The final decision will now be made by the government. Jessica Lane was

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at today's inquiry. North Ferriby in East Yorkshire. A

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rule home for more than 3000 people. According to developers, an

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attractive place to build for even more. Residents are worried this

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will ruin their Village. There is a lot of housing available already

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full is up once you put concrete on something, it is there already. Once

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you have done it, it is done. East Riding of Yorkshire Council has

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already approved planning permission for this to be used for employment

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use. But the developer argues there are enough commercial sites in the

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area In a statement, it said... The population of the UK is growing.

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And national housing charity Shelter estimates we'll need up build up to

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250,000 new houses a year to cope with the rising demand. The

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Lincolnshire Lakes development near Scunthorpe would create 3500 new

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houses. East Lindsey District Council is planning to spend ?1.5

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million on affordable housing. And approval has been given for up to

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400 homes to be built near Stamford. All in line with what the local MP

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and planning Minister wants to see. In my view, the worst failure of

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social justice, at the moment, is the way in which young families are

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forced to bring kids up in tiny flats without any green space. We

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will put a lot of pressure and creative ways to get billed to build

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more beautifully, actually respect local design. Back in North Ferriby,

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some think the houses here are needed. More affordable houses would

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be a good idea, but there are some for sale at the moment, so the

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property market is obviously moving. It is usually built first, worry

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about their bosses later. 500`600? Definitely no. The council is

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funding the public enquiry, the developer funding its own cost. The

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final cost will depend on how long it goes over, but it should be tens

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of thousands of pounds. The inquiry continues on Thursday for four days

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and is then adjourned again until February. The planning inspector

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will send a report to the Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles.

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He will make the final decision about what happens here.

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Earlier, I spoke to someone from the housing charity Shelter. She began

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by Timmy how important it is the new homes are built. `` by killing me.

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Families all over the country are struggling. `` by telling me. No one

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wants to move half a mile across the country to find somewhere

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affordable. It is important to build new homes in every community, that

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families can afford. But shouldn't we build and every Brownfield site

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before building 500 homes in nice countryside rural areas? Babel in

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rural areas also need affordable homes just as much as people in

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urban areas. It is right that young families should work hard and save

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up to get a home, but the government must meet them halfway and make sure

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we build homes for two`day's families. But many people in

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Yorkshire and East Lincolnshire paid good money to live in these homes,

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then suddenly get whacked with 500 homes on their doorstep, surely that

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is not there? I know families in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire want

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to see their children and grandchildren have what they enjoy,

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the stability of a home where they can put down roots and though it is

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affordable, without having to move far away from their communities and

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families. If we are going to make that a reality, we have to build

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homes in every community. So are these people just moaning and do not

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want a new development on their doorstep? It is right that new

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development have to be right for a new community. But we must not

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mistake we need affordable homes. Just 25% of homes are affordable in

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East Yorkshire to a family on average wages. That poses a

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challenge to families who want to put down roots and do not want to be

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forced to move away. Thank you for speaking to us. You might like to be

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in touch about this. Should more homes be built in the countryside?

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Maybe you are trying to buy a house and you think more building would

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help. Or do you live in a rural area and think the countryside should be

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protected? We would like your thoughts on this. We should

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hopefully have a few before we finish tonight.

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Whether homes should be built, including the countryside, talking

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them about North Ferriby. Thank you for watching. In a moment...

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Learning lessons from Liverpool. How this region could benefit from

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becoming the City of Culture. Roads works across Hull are putting

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customers off shopping in the city and causing long delays for

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motorists. That's the warning from drivers and businesses as a main

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route into the city is to shut over Christmas. A railway bridge on

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Spring Bank West needs replacing, closing the road for two weeks at

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the busiest time of year for retailers. Sarah Corker reports.

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They are the signs and signs motorists dread, the essential

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repairs that cause long queues. In Hull, 15 roads are being dug up at

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the same time. Every time a major road shut, it causes a nightmare

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elsewhere. Doubles your journey. I live five minutes away, but it takes

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15 minutes to commute. It is important to planet when traffic

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might be quieter. Are began in the summer to repair the bridge, but the

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road will close for two weeks at near Christmas. Closing abroad in

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the run`up to Christmas should be damaging. And we want people to come

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here. On major roads into the west of the city, roadworks are causing

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delays on Spring Bank West, Willoughby Road and also some

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ongoing work. For bus passengers, it is proving slow going. This is the

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66 five miles west of Hull to the city centre. It usually takes 30

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minutes. It takes up to one hour or more. Absolutely disgusting!

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Yesterday was how renders. Up to 40 services their day are being

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disrupted. `` yesterday was terrible. We are taking less money,

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possibly hundreds of thousands. But if the repairs were not done, you

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would complain? Absolutely, the work has to be done, and we know it is

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complicated, because the structure is difficult to repair, but

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management could be better. It is a ?3.7 million repair job to the

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bridge. Network Rail and Hull City Council have apologised or

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inconvenience, but accept there is no good time to do roadworks and are

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working as quickly as possible. Retailers, though, say it is

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damaging for trade. The busiest time of year, when we should be busy with

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footfall, but people will try to avoid the area. X date some delays

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over the festive period, a temporary nuisance both temporary `` for

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permanent repairs. You might also have a view on this

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story. Will your journeys be affected? Maybe you think there are

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too many road works taking place at the same time? Start the text with

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the words Look North, as usual. Other news now.

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Planning permission has been approved to build a new relief road

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south of Grantham. The road will link the A1 and the A52 south of the

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town. The local council thinks it could create more than 20,000

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construction jobs and lead to 4000 new homes being built in the area.

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What this road will do will link the A52 via the A1, so we can ban HGVs

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and lorries in the city centre, making a huge difference to

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commuters, and to the town centre, removing congestion and making it an

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easier place to get to work, go to school, to shop, and enjoy the town.

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Police are investigating after bank notes worth thousands of pounds were

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spotted floating in a Lincolnshire river. The cash was discovered by a

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dog walker in the South Drove Drain near Spalding town centre last

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month. Officers retrieved the bank notes from the river and say they

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add up to around ?60,000. They now plan to contact the Bank of England

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for assistance. Giant sand islands could be built

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off the Lincolnshire coast as part of new flood defences. Lincolnshire

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County Council are investigating an idea pioneered in Holland, where

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they've created an artificial island more than a mile long. Jake

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Zuckerman reports. Every year, thousands of tonnes of

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sand are dredged from the bottom of the sea and piled on to

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Lincolnshire's beaches. It is to replace the sand that's been washed

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away. It is vital work that protects the coast from flooding, at a cost

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of ?6 million a year. But now Lincolnshire County Council are

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looking at a brand new way of dealing with the problem, which

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could see huge man`made islands built off the coast. If this works,

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instead of spending ?6 million every year for how long, we could perhaps

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spend considerably large amount in any one year, but perhaps leave it

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there for ten years or longer and then it stays in place, so rather

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than having to come back every year, there is a body of sand that looks

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after the coast for us. The idea comes from the Netherlands, where

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they've created this peninsula more than a mile long using more than 700

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million cubic feet of sand. They call it the sand motor. Because, as

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this simulation shows, the natural current should deposit that sand on

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beaches all the way down the coast. That may mean they won't need to

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replenish the sand on those beaches for 20 years. Lincolnshire County

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Council has arranged a meeting in December with a Dutch company to see

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if a similar scheme would work here. This idea is still very much in its

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early stages. But if the sums add up, then sand motors could change

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the face of the Lincolnshire coast. And perhaps even prove to be a

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tourist attraction in their own right.

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Still to come on tonight's Look North... I'm live at Glanford Park

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as fans from Grimsby and Scunthorpe prepare for their FA cup knock out

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And buzzing into the record books. `` And buzzing into the record

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books. The children and staff and their very own Queen Bee.

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Keep your pictures coming in, this was taken off Sunrise `` of sunrise.

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A lovely picture. Beautiful! Thank you, getting your vote of

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confidence, all we need. This will not get yours, you were seen in the

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jewellers, does he have any news for us? I was trying to get a battery

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for a watch. That is how rumours start!

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Wet and windy is the headline. A short burst of heavy rain. As it

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clears southwards, it could turn wintry, but will soon turn brighter.

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An active weather front will bring heavy rain and some wintry staff for

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a time. The trend is for high`pressure to establish, and from

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the end of the week and weekend, much of next week, it looks dry and

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settled with frost and fog at night. Wintry flurry for a time at the

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coast, how about that for the end of November? Lots of sunshine

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elsewhere, very cold and temperatures dropping like the

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clappers right now, some others already have laws now. Through this

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evening, `` already have frost. Through this evening, a weather

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front will bring some rain from the West. Lowest temperatures shade

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lower than these suggest, down 2`2 or three. The sun will rise in the

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morning at around about 36 minutes past seven. The prospects for

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tomorrow, windy start, a spell of heavy rain, turning wintry perhaps

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as it cools southwards, but moving quickly. The afternoon looks much

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brighter with some sunshine and some showers. The wind will ease,

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temperatures less cold at around six or seven degrees, below average for

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the time of year. Thursday and Friday, variable cloud, some

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showers, but a lot of dry weather for the weekend and next week.

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This same shirt and tie as last night? It is not. A little touchy?

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Did you change the battery in your watch? See you tomorrow!

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Well, we're just over 12 hours away from what many believe could be the

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most important decision in the modern history of Hull. The winner

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of City of Culture 2017 will be announced in the morning. There are

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claims it could bring millions of pounds into the local economy.

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Claims largely based on the experience of Liverpool, which held

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the title in 2008. Our Business Correspondent Paul Murphy has been

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to the other end of the M62 to investigate.

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Many will tell you that the transformation of this city centre

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only really got going when Liverpool was named Capital of Culture 2008. I

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quite like it... It was a former government adviser, himself a

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Liverpudlian, said it is more complicated than that. The idea you

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can host an eventful year, then suddenly have a new economy, new

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shops, hotels, moving to cultural and creative and tourism from

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manufacturing, that is not the case, it needs more planning. 3.5 million

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visitors came here in 2008, to see concerts to giant mechanical spiders

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roaming the streets. An arts centre opened in the same year. And they

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have no doubt here is that the culture year brought arena sounds to

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the city centre. `` brought arena songs. Tourism is major to the city

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centre. It creates jobs, wealth, businesses coming in, people coming

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in and spending money, so evidence is there. Looking around, it is not

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hard to be impressed by how the city has used its rich city and culture

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as a tool for regeneration. But away from the tourism hotspots, have the

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lives of ordinary Liverpudlians really been transformed? Just a mile

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or two out of town, the economic benefits are less evidence. But the

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volunteers setting up this community bakery in Anfield are trying to

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breathe a bit of life into an area where regeneration has been slow. It

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cannot just happen in the city centre. That is amazing, giving

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culture and things to look forward to at the weekend, but you come home

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and you cannot buy a nice cup of coffee, can go for a nice pint of

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lager. What happened in 2008 was spectacular and inspiring. But they

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will tell you it was only the beginning of the hard work to

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improve the local economy and not the end of it.

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We have been talking about this for so long, the big day is tomorrow.

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The announcement will be made at 7:45, so tune in here, or follow as

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on Twitter. `` us. Fingers crossed we can be City of Culture.

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The woman in charge of the Lincolnshire Co`operative Society is

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to become the company's national boss. Ursula Lidbetter takes up the

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role as chairman with immediate effect. It follows Len Wardle's

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resignation this morning in the wake of a drugs scandal surrounding

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another Co`op boss Paul Flowers. I am proud to be taking on the

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chairmanship of the group, it is a great institution, it has a great

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heritage, and I am proud to be leading it as we work on finding a

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really positive future for the organisation such a difficult time.

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Plenty of response last night after we were talking about mobile phones

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and even hands`free kits to be banned from cars. Just a few of the

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many passionate views on either side of the debate.

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Thank you for those. Scunthorpe United and Grimsby Town

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play each other tonight in an FA Cup replay. Humberside Police have sent

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letters to some football fans telling them they're not allowed to

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go to the derby match. There were a dozen arrests when the clubs faced

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each other last week. Phillip Norton is at Glanford Park tonight. What

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can we expect from tonight's game? Fans are arriving here now for what

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promises to be an exciting game of football. It is an extremely cold

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chilly night. But this fixture always raises the temperature.

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There's always been rivalry between Grimsby and Scunthorpe. Much of it

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based on local banter. But there has been trouble in the past. That is by

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Humberside Police are out in force tonight to keep that to a minimum.

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As local derbies go, Grimsby Town versus Scunthorpe United is always

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one to look forward to. The teams met in the FA Cup ten days ago. But

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the game finished goalless, taking it to a replay. Off the pitch, 12

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people were arrested. Six of them for violence near Blundell Park

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after the match. It has prompted police to send letters out warning

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some fans to stay away. And advise Mariners fans to travel by coach.

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You get the idiots would ever you go, Premiership, big teams or little

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teams. There should not be any trouble. We come to watch the

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football. But both teams are united that all talk after the game should

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be of the action on the pitch after the final whistle. It was played in

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the right spirit on the pitch, just one booking for a local derby, that

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is slightly unheard of, weary yellow cards can get flashed about but

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anything in the modern game. Use that example, I would ask, of the

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funds and go and get behind your team. The Lincolnshire rivals go

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into the game with mixed form. Grimsby won away from home in the

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football conference over the weekend. But Scunthorpe lost at home

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in League Two. We have to obviously change in terms of how we approach

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the game, but we need to get the first goal and set the tie up, and

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it is important that we play well at home. Local derby, cup tie, sell out

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stadium. Both sides will be hoping to deliver a winning performance to

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go into the next round of the famous cup. A chance to host League Two

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Northampton Town next month. Now Humberside Police are keen to

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stress the vast majority of the 8,000 or so fans just over a week

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ago were very well behaved. And the attention turns to the action that

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will take place on this page in less than an hour. All being well, the

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game will be an exciting one and everything will pass off smoothly.

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It will be decided tonight, be it extra time or penalties, and I will

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be live later tonight with all the drama.

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Thank you, and that is filled match commentary on the FM frequency of

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Radio Humberside. The build`up is already on the air right now. Enjoy.

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Thousands of children across the country were breaking a world record

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today by dressing up as bees. In Molescroft near Beverley, around 70

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children played their part and had a very special guest too. Simon Spark

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was there to see how they did. You don't have to dress as a busy

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bee to go to the Busy Bees nursery. BUZZING. But today, it helped.

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That's because they were trying to break a world record for as many

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children, parents and staff to be dressed in bee costumes all at the

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same time. Here we are, busy bees winging their way into the record

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books! CHEERING. Nine is soft. It is a buzzing bee. Busy bees up and down

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the country holding parties, children and staff coming dressed as

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bees, to smash over own Guinness world record. There are 213 of these

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particular nurseries up and down the country. And to break their own

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record, which they set five years ago, each nursery needed to dress

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up. So here they are in Warwick, Chemsford, Burton upon Trent,

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Sunderland and Leamington Spa. But we can definitely say ours was the

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top hive. Because this one had a very special Queen Bee and special

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guest. Who else but Hull's Bee Lady, Jean Bishop? She must have thought

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she'd grown a colony. I did not know I had been so busy! Yes, all my

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little bees. They were beautiful, yes. Of course, she soon set them to

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work gathering nectar in the form of cakes and party food. Now they just

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need to break the record. And if they do, it'll be emotional.

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CHILD CRIES. LAUGHTER. I love her every time I see her.

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We've heard in the last hour that the world record has been broken.

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The bees in Beverley were joined by 8000 others dressing up across the

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country. We saw some of the places there in that film, so well done to

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everybody. Read cab of the main headlines tonight. `` a recap. The

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government announces changes to the NHS after an inquiry into care at

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the Mid Staffordshire Trust. And the row over rural housing. A public

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inquiry begins over plans to build hundreds of homes in the

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countryside. Tomorrow's weather. A cloudy start with some heavy rain,

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which could be wintry in places. Showers in the afternoon.

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Temperatures in the middle of the afternoon up to seven degrees

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Celsius. We were speaking there about building homes in the

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countryside, and a big response, one saying that council is looking to

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redevelop the rundown buildings and factories. Another seeing they

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should only build where infrastructure and transport will be

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provided. People would then not have to resort to using their vehicles.

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And on Facebook, no, leave the countryside alone, it would be

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better to use empty homes. If we build more houses, we could have

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more flooding and think about wildlife. And these are tough times

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and homes need building. NIMBYs Need not apply. And another, seeing that

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building on greenfield sites suits builders, because they do not have

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to remove old buildings as they would on Brownfield sites, meaning

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more money for the big building firms. Like you for watching, have a

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lovely evening, keep warm, take

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