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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North. The headlines tonight:

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Humberside's Police and Crime Commissioner is caught speeding in

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Grimsby. It is disgusting, isn't it? He should be abiding by the law like

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everybody else. He should be leading by example so he should be punished

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like the rest of us. A woman's in hospital after being

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trampled by cows during an organised treasure hunt.

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The MP campaigning to get "Humberside" removed from postal

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databases ` 17 years after it was abolished.

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3D Doctor ` fans gather in Cleethorpes for a sell out screening

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celebrating his 50th anniversary. And a chilly weekend on the cards,

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we are looking at Frost and fog into tomorrow. I will be back later with

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all the details. Good evening. The Police and Crime

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Commisioner for the Humberside Force has been caught speeding. Matthew

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Grove says he's disappointed that his driving failed to meet the

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required standard after a speed camera recorded him breaking the

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limit in Grimsby. He's been criticised by one driving

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organisation, but says there's no question of him resigning. Crispin

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Rolfe reports. I am driven to do everything I can

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to make their area as safe as it can be. Matthew Grove's promise to the

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people. Turns out he was in a hurry. And at Grimsby's notorious speeding

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spot, Peakes Parkway. The Police and Crime Commissioner caught on camera

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at 36 miles an hour in a 30 zone. Like others, he's been offered and

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accepted a ?95 Speed Awareness Course instead of points. Though

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just a week ago he'd been defending his deputy, who's also fallen foul

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of traffic law since the pair came into office only a year ago. You

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appointed a deputy with no police experience who has been caught

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speeding, and also talking on his mobile phone when driving. Is that

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the right example for a deputy police commissioner to set? No, and

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that is why he has apologised and learned through the experience. And

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today this time defending himself in a statement, Matthew Grove said: Of

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course publicly elected as Police and Crime Commissioner only a year

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ago, he's not the only one who'll be reflecting. It is disgusting,

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really. He should be abiding by the law like everybody else. He is in

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charge of the police in the city, so totally wrong. He is unlucky for

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getting caught. If he is in charge he should be leading by example. He

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should be punished like the rest of us. It shows he is human and the

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very fact he has been offered a Speed Awareness Course which is only

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given to people who are speeding inadvertently or by mistake, that

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indicates what the problem is, and the problem is usually the layout or

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the speed limit. So embarrassment for the man recently ranked as one

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of the best Police and Crime Commissioners in England. But with

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no direct influence on operational duties, resignation has been ruled

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out by his office. Crispin Rolfe is in Grimsby where

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Matthew Grove was caught speeding. Just how embarrassing is this for

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the Police and Crime Commisioner? They are for the grace of God go

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many, but on the other hand he is supposed to be the Police and Crime

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Commissioner and perhaps expected, therefore, to be white. `` whites to

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the light. As we have said, no one is calling for Matthew Grove's

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resignation. He has gone on record as backing fewer speed cameras and

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more traffic cops on the front line. The reaction on Twitter has ranged

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between poetic justice to the backing from a former chief police

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officer who welcomed his open admission. Thank you. In a moment:

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Trains slower than the 1920s ` claims that High Speed Rail

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investment will make things worse in Lincolnshire.

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A woman has been seriously injured after being charged by a herd of

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cows in a field near Lincoln. Sarah Leonard was taking part in a high

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tech form of treasure hunting at North Scarle near Lincoln when she

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was trampled on and she now is in intensive care after breaking

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several bones. Simon Spark reports. Sarah Leonard is still in intensive

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care in Lincoln County Hospital after almost a week. She has now had

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several operations. It is hard to believe that cows in a field would

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mean a day out in the Lincolnshire countryside would go so wrong. This

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is the field Sarah Leonard was in with her dog, a public footpath,

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there is a warning on the gate of pools, cows and calves. But however

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it happened, this is where she was trampled and sustained multiple

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injuries. These included both arms broken, a broken collar bone,

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several broken ribs and a broken jaw. She managed to get hold of a

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phone and dial 999. A community support officer called, did a

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wonderful job, because from what limited information she could give,

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the police officer found her. This kind of activity is the reason why

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she was here. I kind of high`tech treasure hunt where people search

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for hidden boxes using satellite navigation. It is a terrible shame.

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When you are doing any outdoor activity, you assess the risk, and

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you decide whether you want to continue or you want to step back.

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When we saw the coast from two fields away, we find out how what we

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thought was a safe distance can quickly change. Their

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inquisitiveness soon became something much faster, so we moved.

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This time we were near the entrance of the field, still fields with the

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way, but this code made up her mind to head for the side of the fence.

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Even those who are used to the cows had a mixed reaction. I think it is

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silly, a woman and a dog on her own going across a field full of cattle.

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We walk regularly around the fields, out of those cows and we do not go

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through the fields. The family say they are positive and hopeful she

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will make a full recovery. We will be asking for your views and

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thoughts on this one. Andrew Wilson is from the National Farmers Union,

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I asked him what can trigger cows to attack. It can be a number of

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things, firstly, dogs can spook the cattle, and we would certainly urge

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people that if they do have a dog with, to let go of it, let go of the

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lead and allow the dog to run away, but people should be very wary of

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cattle that have cards with them, as they are likely to be more

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protective. And when riled they can be quite lively? Yes, they will

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protect their young and that is why cattle would start a stampede

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towards walkers. Does the farmer have an obligation to keep people

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safe? The farmer does not. The former will generally put

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signposting up if there was a pool in the field, but if the farmer just

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have `` just has cattle and calves, it is up to the walker to make sure

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there are following the best practice. We urge people to walk

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around the edge of fields and to make sure they are wary of what is

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around them and that they have an escape route if the cattle decide to

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move towards them. This woman has a broken ribs and a jaw, it is going

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to frighten people, are they going to think twice about going into a

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field, and would you be happy about that? Not at all, the countryside is

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open to everybody. The farmers here in Lincolnshire look after tens of

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thousands of miles of public footpaths, so we encourage the

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public to enjoy the countryside. There was terrible news about Sarah

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Leonard, who did get trampled, and the farming community hope she makes

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a speedy recovery and a full recovery. But it is best to be on

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the side of caution. We do not want people to be not coming into the

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countryside. It is best to be aware and to be prepared. Thank you very

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much indeed. Subject to this, how difficult you

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think it is for farmers to keep people safe when they are walking

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across their land? Maybe you are going to be rambling through the

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fields where there are cows at the weekend? You might have a view on

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this one, if you do e`mail us. And very lively and busy week, thank

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you for all of the messages. Friday's Look North, some more news

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now. A woman in her 30s has died after

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being hit by a bus in Lincoln. It happened this lunchtime on the high

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street in the city. Police say she suffered a head injury and they're

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appealing for witnesses. The road was shut for much of the day.

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Three workers at the TATA steel works in Scunthorpe have been taken

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to hospital with burns. They were injured during the night when part

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of the site's power station set on fire. The workers were treated at

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hospital and later released. TATA has started an investigation.

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The future of libraries in Lincolnshire have been debated by

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councillors this afternoon. The County Council says it hopes at

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least 24 smaller libraries that were under threat of closure will be

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taken over by volunteers. The authority says it'll save around ?2

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million but that 35 jobs will be lost. That was one of the big issues

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coming out of the consultation, how sustainable voluntary run libraries

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are. We are putting substantial extra resources, the equivalent to

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?250,000 worth of resources from our public health team, who are going in

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there, who can provide expert advice around things like constitutions,

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business plans. And we will continue to follow that story.

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An East Yorkshire MP says he's unhappy that the Chief Executive of

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the Royal Mail won't meet him to talk about the use of Humberside on

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letters and parcels. The Beverley and Holderness MP Graham Stuart says

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many of his constituents object to the term as they're from Yorkshire.

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He's now started a sticker campaign to try and highlight concerns. Our

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Business Correspondent Paul Murphy reports.

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It is quite rare but we ever see that in East Yorkshire. Every day

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across East Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire, letter still arrived

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wrongly addressed to North or South Humberside. For some, it is hugely

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annoying. If I come across an address situation which forces me to

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use North Humberside, I normally just close it down. The county of

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Humberside was created in 1974, composed from East Riding, parts of

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the West Riding and Lincolnshire. It HQ was in Beverley. But after years

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of unpopularity, it was abolished in 1996 and replaced with four separate

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authorities. The name lives on. In all sorts of places. I'm sure it

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will be a huge success for Hull and Humberside more generally. This

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whole thorny issue boils down to a database held by the Royal mail

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which contains the Humberside word. It has been bought by hundreds of

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businesses over the years. 17 years on since the abolition of

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Humberside, there is still debate over whether or not it can be

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deleted. Royal mail says it does not encourage businesses to use the

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Humberside address. But the East Yorkshire MP Graham Stuart, who has

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produced a special return to sender sticker for letters addressed to

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Humberside, says Royal Mail has refused to meeting to discuss the

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problem. If people in London were getting Thames side on their

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letters, it would have been fixed by now. It doesn't exist. It's

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Yorkshire. It hasn't been Humberside for a long time. It's not right, it

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is Hull and Yorkshire. The name was never really loved, but for now at

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least, it looks like those daily reminders will keep on coming

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through the letterbox. Does a letter with the name Humberside on it

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bother you? Would you take a sticker and send the letter back? Another

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one you might want to comment on. Thank you for watching. Still ahead

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tonight: Hull City's manager says he wants fans to concentrate on

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football, not the club's name. 50 years since his first appearance,

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fans sell out cinemas to celebrate Doctor Who.

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Keep photographs coming in. Tonight's is taken of the navigation

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light on the banks of the River Humber. A lovely picture, thank you

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very much indeed. Another one on Monday. Good evening to you.

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Long time no see. I've got an e`mail from Sheila in Bridlington. She

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says, surely Peter is the inspiration for the new Jolly

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Fisherman. She thinks there is a resemblance. He is a little bit

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younger than you. I will get on with the forecast. It will be very nippy

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on the Skegness seafront through the course of the weekend, and the cold

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weather looks set to continue into next week. By tomorrow morning there

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will be frost and fog. A foggy start in places, otherwise it looks cold

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and dry. Fine weather on the cards, really the theme for the next few

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days. At times, fairly cloudy, as high pressure builds, settled and

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dry weather to come, chilly and frosty by night. A few showers

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through the course of the day, you can make them out on the satellite

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picture being blown in from the north`east. As we had through this

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evening and overnight, there are still could be a few showers in

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place. More of a further east you are, and the further south as well.

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Through the night, there will be a good deal of dry weather, the cloud

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will have broken. In those breaks we will see mist and fog patches

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developing. Temperatures dropping below freezing out in the

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countryside. The sun will rise in the morning, at 7:42am, setting

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again at 3:53pm. Your next high water will be at ten minutes past

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nine tomorrow morning. Through the course of tomorrow, we are looking

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at quite a lot of fog to start the day, some of it will linger in

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places. Otherwise it is a decent day, dry and bright with spells of

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sunshine, but it will feel quite chilly out there. The breeze will be

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light. Temperatures will be average for the time of year, getting up to

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around six or seven degrees. Coastal parts will have the best of those

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temperatures. Another frost, perhaps not quite as sharp, into Sunday. On

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Sunday, the risk of catching the odd shower but generally dry conditions.

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At times quite cloudy, chilly but dry with overnight frost on Monday

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and Tuesday. Just having a bit of counselling

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over the shock of looking like the Jolly Fisherman. Don't make it

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worse. Good night. Train services in parts of

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Lincolnshire were faster 90 years ago than they are today according to

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campaigners. They say passengers could travel from Boston to London

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half an hour quicker in the 1920s. Some fear the huge amounts being

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spent on HS2 will deprive the county of transport investment. But the

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company in charge of the high speed line says the whole rail network

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will benefit from the ?42 billion project. Sharon Edwards has the

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story. `` ?42 million. Some called the Golden age of rail

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travel. This is the East Coast mainline, recreated in its 1940s

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glory. Back then, Lincolnshire had a network of lines crisscrossing the

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county. It was not to last. Back in the 1920s, there were around six

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direct services from Boston to London most days. The whole journey

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took two and a half hours. It was one of the fastest pieces of

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Railtrack in the country, absolutely straight lines, running across the

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Fens as it did. You had a good fast service to London. This is today's

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service, passengers will pick up this train and travel to Grantham,

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where they will have to change because there are no direct services

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to London today. What's more, the entire journey takes just under

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three hours. Passengers have mixed views on local services. 90 years

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ago, there were six Derek services to London from Boston every day. And

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it took half an hour quicker than it does now. That does surprise me.

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It's probably because I'm not used to doing it because it is such a bad

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journey. The highly expensive and controversial HS2 won't put back

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what Beeching to coat. But according to an official report, it will boost

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the UK economy by ?15 billion a year. And the Lincolnshire economy

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by ?115 million. A fraction of that money spent on the country 's roads,

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for example, and key bottlenecks on our rail network, it is scary. Some

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of our rail infrastructure is over 100 years old. HS2 was not the only

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game in town and for somewhere like Lincolnshire, as HS2 was built,

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there will be space released on the East Coast mainline that will make

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possibilities of more direct journeys between Lincoln and

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London, between Hull and London, but a regional services. HS2 was a long

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way down the track, and campaigners say money should be spent now to

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keep Lincolnshire moving. And rural rail services will be one

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of the big talking points on this weekend's Sunday Politics. Guests

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include the Hull North MP Diana Johnson and the Cleethorpes MP

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Martin Vickers. That's from 11am on BBC One. Sunday morning.

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A big response to the news that Lincoln will appear on a national

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television advert. Just a few of the many, Andy Naylor says:

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thank you very much indeed for those. Hull City play Crystal Palace

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in the Premier League tomorrow, with the row over the club's name is

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showing no signs of going away. City's owner has offered supporters

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refund if they are unhappy with plans to make them the whole Tigers.

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`` Hull Tigers. It is now almost two weeks since

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Hull City scored four goals against Southampton. The international break

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has allowed the subject of the club's name change to come to the

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fore. The owner wants to rename the club as Hull Tigers. Campaigners say

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the majority of fans are against the name change. But they do not want to

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end their support from the stands. A number of Internet polls have been

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against it. One of the largest polls had over 3000 responses, 78% of

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people against it, that is a pretty firm result. That kind of level of

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opposition to the name change is something that people should pay

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attention to. The boss Steve Bruce has tried to put an end to the

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controversy, . We are big traditionalists, but the owner has

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come in and is of a different culture. For the money he has put

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into the club, if he thinks Hull Tigers is the way forward, we have

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to respect it, it might not suit everybody. But for the amount of

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money he earns, if they asked us to wear pink and white stripes on

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Saturday, we have to do it. Without him, the traditionalists, without

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him there would not be Hull Tigers or Hull City. After a defeat, the

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Tigers are looking to get more points on the board as they face

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Premier League strugglers Crystal Palace tomorrow. It is important to

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beat the ones who are going to be around us, no disrespect to Crystal

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Palace, I think they're going to be around us. We have to make sure that

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we win in that respect. It turns into a very big game. It is a

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crucial time. There are nine games in the next six weeks. For the

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Tigers, it could determine which end of the Table Bay are looking at for

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the end of the season. Scunthorpe United will play for the

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first time since their manager Brian lows was sacked. The Iron will

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travel to Portsmouth and will be managed on a caretaker basis by Russ

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Wilcox and youth team coach Tony Daws. `` Brian Laws. It is

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disappointing but we have a job to do on Saturday. The lads have had

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the meeting with the chairman, and it is a case of rallying around and

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making sure we are at Portsmouth on Saturday to try and come away with

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three points. We have a duty to do that. Good luck to all of them. BBC

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Radio Humberside will have commentary of Scunthorpe's League

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One trip to Portsmouth on their AM frequency tomorrow. While on FM it's

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Hull City's clash against Premier League strugglers Crystal Palace. In

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the Conference Premier Grimsby face Barnet with coverage on digital and

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the web. And Lincoln City host Hereford United. BBC Radio

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Lincolnshire will have commentary in Saturday Sport. Kick off for all the

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games is at 3pm. Tomorrow evening sees the much awaited episode of

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Doctor Who celebrating 50 years of the programme, and as part of the

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celebrations a special showing of the episode in Cleethorpes, which

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sold out in a week. The programme features, tomorrow night, Grimsby's

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John hurt. Jessica Lane has been to North East Lincolnshire to see why

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Doctor Who has such an appeal. A classic family favourite for many

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of us. Paul Berry's been a fan for over 30 years. And has been picking

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up memorabilia for almost that long. I had this one, it is not actually

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the same one I had when I was a child, but I did have this. At the

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time, they weren't so popular. I think now they are one of the most

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collectable pieces. It was compulsive in a way, collecting. It

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becomes an addiction, I suppose. Videos and DVDs, books. He also runs

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a shop selling to other sci`fi fans. And although he and some others

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prefer the Doctors of the 70s and 80s, they're still talking about

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tomorrow's programme. I am looking forward to it. A bit of escapism. It

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will be just good to watch it again. I am scared of the Daleks. They give

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you that feared. As well as being shown on BBC One in 2`D and 3`D, the

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anniversary episode will be screened at cinemas around the world,

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including here in Cleethorpes. Very excited, I am a long`time fan. I

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remember going to see a doctor exhibition in Blackpool with my mum

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and dad, and Daleks came towards us, I started crying and ran out.

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Tomorrow's episode will be a real who's`who of fans' former

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favourites. 10th Doctor David Tennant will appear. John Hurt

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features as a doctor we've never seen before. And Zygons and Daleks

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are back to fill us with fear. I am looking for the Doctor. So it's a

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brand new episode, with some old favourites. And it's likely that as

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people have been doing for the last five decades many will be hiding

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behind the sofa again. And we can see it tomorrow night at 7:50pm on

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BBC One. Good luck to Kevin and Susannah on Strictly.

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

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reveal more details about the three women believed to have been kept as

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slaves for 30 years in London. The couple arrested in connection with

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the case had been arrested before. Humberside's Police and Crime

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Commissioner is caught speeding in Grimsby ` Matthew Grove will have to

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go on a speed awareness course. Tomorrow's weather: A cold but dry

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day with variable, at times large amounts of cloud but sunny spells

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breaking through at times. Highs of around six Celsius.

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A sad story on the attack on Sarah Leonard by cows near Lincoln. A big

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response, another Sarah has tweeted, I hardly think farmers

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should be held accountable. Alan says dogs and cattle do not mix.

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Something all dog owners should be aware of. Alex says, I am a keen

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walker, and when walking across fields with cows, I take extra

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care. Sarah says, how can it be a public footpath if it is not safe? A

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small sign on a lamp post is not warning enough. Thank you for those,

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have a peaceful weekend. I will see you on Monday. Good night.

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