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London. That is all from the BBC News at

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six. On BBC One we Good evening and welcome to BBC Look

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North. The headlines tonight: Legal highs ` the new drugs ruining young

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people's lives. They are made on the black market. They can be made in a

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cement mixer and somebody's basement.

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Claims Grimsby Town are suffocating in a dated stadium, but there's a

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row over plans for a new ground. A for the most serious cases in

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Lincolnshire could be centralised in just one place. And remembering the

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day the Beatles came to Hull, fifty years ago. And don't forget the

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weather forecast follows. A Lincolnshire mother says her

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family has been destroyed after her sons became addicted to drugs called

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legal highs. Both sons stole from her to fund their habits ` one has

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been sectioned under the Mental Health Act. Incidents involving the

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drugs have affected almost every secondary school in Lincolnshire.

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Hull has been named in one report as having among the highest number of

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legal high outlets in England, But police say there is little they can

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do to stop the supply, as Crispin Rolfe reports: You can buy them on

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the internet, in high street shops markets, or even at car`boot sales.

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Legal highs mimic the effect of illegal drugs. But there are serious

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risks to them, as they're often made from plant food or research

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chemicals. A mother from Lincolnshire told us how her two

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sons became addicted. Brenda and Elliott's names have been changed.

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Legal highs have a really broken her family. I have one son who does not

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live with me. My eldest is detained under the mental health act. A

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friend said, how about trying something new? I thought, I will

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give it a go. It got out of hand. If I was going out, getting stoned all

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night, I den function all day. Elliott stopped taking legal highs

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six months ago, but this is what he was on: Exodus Damntion ` easily

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found and bought online in a matter of minutes. On this site there are

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even bulk buy discounts. Some of them produce Frank and very

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unpleasant hallucinations. Some can kill you. Some can make you feel

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very depressed. They are not a controlled product. They are made on

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the black market. They could be made in a cement mixer in somebody's

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basement. And that's what makes policing it so hard. Just as one

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substance is banned, new legal products are constantly being

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created. In Lincolnshire almost every secondary school in the county

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has reported a legal high problem. Students know that if they bring

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them in they would be permanently excluded. That is the policy. But we

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hear what students are doing over weekends, including legal highs.

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That concerns us. I don't know who you get them off, but you can get

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them easily. Why should we use them? Why are they legal if they are

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so bad? Lincolnshire Police are now cracking down on suppliers, who may

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be illegally selling legal highs to under 18s. But right now Elliott

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says these untested chemicals are all to easy to come by. If I saved

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up all the money that I spent an legal highs and could have afforded

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a three`week holiday. What would you rather do? Earlier I spoke to Harry

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Shapiro who's an expert on drugs and asked him if making these drugs

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illegal would solve the problem. A number of them already are. The

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complication is that much of these substances, anything in a packet, it

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can be a mixture of legal and illegal. So the situation is

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complicated. Just banning stuff is not necessarily an answer. Are they

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readily available? Our research, and other charity research would suggest

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that they are widely available. Not just online, but a number of other

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ordinary high`street retail outlets. How can police do anything? It is

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very hard. The legal powers are quite restricted. Which is why

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people are looking at trading standards and consumer legislation,

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other ways of addressing the problem. How hard is it to stop

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teenagers, all warned them not to get involved? That has always proved

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difficult. Even in relationship to more familiar drugs. But there needs

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to be more public messaging about these substances. The idea abroad is

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that somehow legal eagles safe. And the fact you can buy them anywhere

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means that somehow they have tested clinically proven. Those are the

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wrong messages. Many people will be shocked by this story. Do you have a

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message to young people? No drug, no risk. Legal is not safe. If you're

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going to experiment, and I suggest you shouldn't, but if you are, be

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very careful. What do you think? We want to hear.

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We will try to get back to her in a moment.

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The NHS in Lincolnshire is facing a ?100 million hole in its finances

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unless some big, brave decisions are made about services in the future.

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That's the conclusion of a report looking at health and social care

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across the county. Patients are being warned they will need to

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accept changes that could include centralising A, maternity and

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children's care on just one hospital site. Our health correspondent Vicky

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Johnson has been looking at the report. Hospital services across

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Lincolnshire have faced one critical report after. `` another. Just this

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year they've been investigated for high death rates, been put in

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special measures and been told to take urgent action by a health

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watchdog. Now in response local health managers have come up with a

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wide reaching review. One of the proposals could see A services

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centralised on one hospital site supported by smaller, local

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departments. It is about making things as local as possible. Giving

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people really good quality of care, locally. So in Lincolnshire will

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have won a major, urgent care centre? We have not formally made

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the decision. It would certainly be the case if we were doing nothing

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and just following national policy, that is what they would take us to.

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These shoppers in Boston say they hope their local hospital doesn't

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lose any services. We are in the middle of nowhere. It is a long way

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to go to Lincoln Nottingham. It is not going to be very easy to do.

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Instead of downgrading they should opt right. `` upgrade. The local

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healthwatch group has promised to scrutinise all all proposals every

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step of the way. We are watching carefully. When this review gets

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further development and proposals come out, we will need to look very

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carefully at them to see what effect they will have.

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We have not yet been given specific details. But hospitals like this one

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will likely become smaller. Bed numbers will be reduced and services

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centralised. In short, our hospitals will look very different to how they

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do now. A father from Skegness whose son was

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left in a coma when he was knocked off his bike, says the sixteen year

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old has spoken for the first time since the incident in July. Ryan

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Smith is being transferred from Lincoln County Hospital today, to a

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specialist brain unit in Surrey. His father Mark Smith is campaigning to

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make cycle helmets compulsory. A court's heard how a man, who's

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alleged to have helped to carry out an arson attack on a Mosque in

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Grimsby, drove a car to the building knowing that it contained petrol

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bombs. What has the court been told. The arson attack, directed at the

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mosque behind me, happened on May 26. Daniel Cressey, 24, denies any

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involvement in the attack. The jury, made up of eight women and four men,

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were shown CCTV footage obtained from a house where two other men,

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who have already pleaded guilty, are filmed making petrol bombs. Daniel

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Cressey is then seen arriving at the property, where he stays for 40

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mins. The CCTV footage then captures Cressey leaving the property and

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getting into his car. He is accused of giving the two men a lift to the

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mosque knowing that the car contained the petrol bombs, so

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aiding and abetting the attack. He denies this charge. The other men,

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Stuart Harness, the defendants cousin, and Gavin Humphries, both in

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their thirties, have already pleaded guilty to the charge of arson with

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the intent to endanger the lives of others at an earlier hearing. The

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trial continues. Thank you for watching. Still ahead

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tonight: The day the Beatles came to Hull ` and why it caused screaming

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and fainting. It was unbelievable. Before the Beatles, nothing like

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that happened. Tonight's photograph was taken by

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Alan. The sunset taken near Gainsborough.

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And now the weather. Campaigners say it would be disrespectful to build a

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new stadium for it is not looking too bad. Dry, frosty start, sunshine

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around, fog in places. High pressure still in charge. A change in midweek

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as a weather front introduces less cold air. Temperatures could be as

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high as 10 Celsius, feeling milder. It has been disappointing across the

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south`east. A stream of cloud flowing in. But that will continue

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to break up. We will see skies turning increasingly clear. Just a

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light, north to north`westerly wind. A widespread, possibly moderate

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frost. This is what we are thinking temperatures will be at, dawn. Let's

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look at the sunrise times. And your high water times. A frosty start

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tomorrow morning, fog around. It might take much of the morning to

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clear. Otherwise bright with sunshine. A lovely, light autumn

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day. The top temperatures, the average for this time of year is

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about eight or nine degrees. We are quite below that. Four or five

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Celsius. We have a weather front to come through on Tuesday. A week

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feature. Weakening the cloud and bringing a little light rain and

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drizzle. Many places stay dry. Wednesday morning, a cloudy start.

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Temperatures recovering nicely. A milder feel. Thursday looks dry.

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Patchy rain for a time first thing on Friday. Thank you.

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Darren wanted to listen to your show and got this message. That sums you

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up. Campaigners say it would be

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disrespectful to build a new Grimsby town stadium next to a garden of

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remembrance. But the club says their Blundell Park ground is a "dated

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Victorian stadium" and they have to move. This afternoon, the Mariners

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have been given another year to find financial backing for a site near

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Peaks Parkway. Emma Massey reports. Wills B road is a quiet residential

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street. At the far end, an allotment, and the crematorium. It

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is here that Grimsby town want to develop a stadium. They have been

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given 12 months to find a partner to achieve that goal. The majority of

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people wanted to sign this... In just one week over 400 people had

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signed a petition against it. People will not be able to sell their

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properties, in addition, it is in close proximity to a cemetery. That

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is well used at the weekends. To have the situation where you have

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all crowds chanting in the background, `` football, that is a

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bad idea. Grimsby have played at their current ground since 1899.

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They have made a number of failed attempts for an out`of`town stadium.

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In 2012, this area was put forward. It is an issue that has rumbled on

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for 20 years with no solution. The residents are against the plans and

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haven't been so since they were first proposed. All the residents

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are absolutely against it. We had notices in the window. I doubt if

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you would get more than the odd one that wants it. It is wrong. But it

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is a different view from supporters. They say it is the only option for

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the club if it is to have a future success. There has got to be

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progress for the future. It is stifling ambition and progress. It

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is definitely needed. It is very important for the future of the

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club. Good for the town also. The decision means more uncertainty, for

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supporters and the local residents who do not want a stadium on their

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doorstep. Earlier I spoke to one of Grimsby

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Town's directors and asked him how important it was for the club to

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find a new home. If you look at the current ground, it was built in

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Victorian times. It is located next to the sea. When all is said and

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done, we will never have a situation where we can get sufficient parking.

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People want to come these days, we could throw ?10 million

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regeneration, and it simply would not increase our income in anyway,

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shape, or form. Why choose a site close to electronic touring? ``

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close to a crematorium. We engaged very sensibly with all kinds of

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April suffering bereavement. We bring families together. We have

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wakes at the foot club. We can sympathetically handle being nearby

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a crematorium. There is absolutely no way that I feel playing football

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once every fortnight is going to actually cause any issues with

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regard to people visiting the crematorium. We don't clash with

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services that take place. I think we can have the harmony that we have

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always had with neighbours. People don't agree with that. 400

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signatures on a petition. At the end of the day the football club needs

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to relocate. There are very few places it can relocate to. We need

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to enable development. There are only a couple of occasions that

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would work. One has fallen through because of the cost associated

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conditions attached. It is not viable relocate elsewhere. This

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particular location benefits us because it is land owned by the

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council. That does not sidestep the need for us to get planning

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permission and jump through the hoops you need to deal with. Will it

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happen? I believe we have a real opportunity to deliver. But it

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relies on enabling development. We need an exclusivity agreement in

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place to work on it further. In time I'm sure we will have good news.

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What do you think? We want to hear. Thanks for getting in touch about

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our story about the Beverley and Holderness MP's Royal Mail campaign

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to take Humberside from its database of addresses. He wants "East

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Yorkshire" reinstated. Debbie says she would love a Humberside sticker.

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Her mail annoys her. She is proud to let people know she lives in East

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Yorkshire. Martin prefers the original names. He asks why people

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talk about Yorkshire and the Humber when no`one actually lives in the

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river. Sheila says the people living in a Lincolnshire village have one

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week left to save their local church Urgent repairs are needed on the

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spire on St Margaret's Church in Thimbleby near Horncastle. If they

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aren't done it could collapse. Natural England have told local

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residents they have until this weekend to repair it. They say

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delaying the work could disrupt bats who are about to start hibernation.

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The mighty Liverpool provide Hull City with their next opponents in

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the Premier League straight after the Tigers' first home defeat to

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bottom club Crystal Palace at the KC Stadium. Looking ahead to that and

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Scunthorpe United here's our sports reporter Simon Clark. It was a day

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when not much went right for the Tigers. Even seeing Yannick Bolasie

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sent`off for Palace didn't do much as the London side dusted themselves

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down to score the only goal of the game. And fans and stewards had a

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spat about the unfurling of a banner as the club naming row rumbles on.

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On the pitch City must do better and the manager knows it. You could see

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that they became more confident and relied on the counterattack. We

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certainly did not do enough to win the game, although I did not think

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we deserved to lose it. With Crystal Palace having Iman said off and

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scoring straight after, we could have done a lot better. Nothing to

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get excited about. Hull City now face six crucial December dates with

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two of the giants, Liverpool and Manchester Utd brining their culture

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to the city. They're without a manager but caretaker Russ Wilcox

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was delight with Scunthorpe United's win at Portsmouth. On`loan

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midfielder Dave Sires scored both goals for the Iron who head to third

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placed Rochdale tomorrow. It would be a tough game for both teams. We

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put our stamp on the game be positive. We're not going to shut up

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shop. It could be an exciting game. Wilcox won't be drawn on the job but

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a win tomorrow and again on Saturdat agaisnt Torquay Utd might put him in

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the frame A police officer from Cleethorpes has made the Guinness

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Book of Records for owning the world's largest collection of

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bagpipes. Danny Fleming owns 105 sets of bagpipes which he's been

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collecting since he was a teenager. One set is valued at ?10,000. I got

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in touch with the Guinness book of records. They allocated me a manager

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and a witness. They are quite sticklers for detail. My wife is

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delighted. She thinks I will be selling them. But not at this time.

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It's 50 years since the Beatles were on stage at the ABC Cinema in Hull.

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The anniversary has been marked with a tribute performance in a shopping

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centre which is on the site of the old cinema. We were there and met

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people who saw the Beatles five decades ago. The whole of the error

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around the ABC, you could not move. `` area. There were so many people

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screaming. In 1963 Beatlemania took over Hull when the fab four came to

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town. Hundreds of fans gathered to see them perform at city's ABC

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Cinema. Lynda Hill met the band and saw them play that day. It was

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unbelievable. Before the Beatles, nothing like that had happened. They

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were absolutely lovely. It was a dream. Yesterday in Hull the sound

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of the beatles travelled through St Stephen's shopping centre ` which

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was built in the cinema's place ` a tribute act marked the gig's 50th

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anniversary. I was outside when they played at the ABC. I was only about

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12. There were people both older and younger than me. They have got that

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appeal. It goes throughout generations. Best band ever. 50

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years on, people still paying tribute. Lynda is helping to collect

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people's stories about the Beatles for a special book. Denise Hepke is

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one of those who came to share her memories. I was at the ballroom on

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the Saturday afternoon. The Beatles came over the speaker, and that was

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it. We thought they were black. They had that sort of lovely Motown

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sound. I was hooked on them. When we saw them, we realise that they were

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something brand`new. The tribute act may not have been the real thing but

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the music reminded people what they loved about the band. Those who came

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to mark the anniversary have no doubt the songs will keep people

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singing and dancing for another fifty years to come.

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On the ticket it said that the price was six and six. Young people. A

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recap of the national and regional headline: The couple suspected of

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holding three women as slaves are named ` they belonged to an extreme

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communist group. The new legal`high drugs ruining young people's lives.

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Police say they're almost powerless to stop the supply. Tomorrow's

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weather: Any fog patches clearing then all parts dry and bright with

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good spells of sunshine. Maximum temperature five Celsius. And on the

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subject of legal highs, Jack says he has not tried them but most friends

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who have. His advice is listen to parents and helplines. An anonymous

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text, I don't go one day at school without hearing about drugs.

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Completely normal. It is completely awful and I will never try it. That

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is a good message. Thank you. Another anonymous message, my son

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changed into a paranoid, bad tempered child because the drugs are

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so addictive. Thankfully he has come of them and turned his life around.

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Good night.

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