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That is all from BBC News At Six, I will be back with more from

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Edinburgh at ten. Now we join Edinburgh at ten. Now we join the

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news teams where you Good evening and welcome to BBC Look

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North. The headlines: Waiting to see her children again after eight

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months ` the woman falsely accused of hiring a hit man to kill her

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husband. My life will never be the same.

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People look at me different in the street. I have lost eight months

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with my children. I am going to lose my house. Calls to improve roads to

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the Humber ports, or risk losing trade.

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The biggest problem is it would stop other companies locating to Hull. If

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they saw the state of the traffic here, they would think, hang on a

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second. The family that owns Hull City buy a

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smaller club, five leagues below The Tigers.

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Ian Burton's very public proposal to his girlfriend, but did she say yes?

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A warm front brings milder conditions over the next 24`hour.

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The very latest coming up shortly. A woman who was falsely accused of

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hiring a hit man to kill her husband has told BBC Look North her life has

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been left in ruins. Lisa Fairpo, who's from Hull, had her five

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children taken away from her and fell into debt as she waited eight

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months for her case to be heard in court. Tonight, the Crown

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Prosecution Service has defended its decision to take bring the case to

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court, but Lisa says she will never trust the legal system again. She's

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been speaking to Anne`Marie Tasker. Finally back in her house in West

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Hull, Lisa Fairpo's getting ready so her children can come back home. The

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courts barred her from living here, or caring for her children, when she

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was accused of hiring a hit man to kill her ex`husband. A charge she's

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been cleared of. My life will never be the same. People look at me

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different in the street. I have lost eight months with my children. They

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are all so unhappy. Sophie especially, she is not the same

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little girl that went away. She is only just starting to be happy the

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last two days. It has had a dramatic affect on the children. Do you think

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you can get over what has happened? Truthfully, no. I don't even feel

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like I am Lisa any more. I have got a lot of anger inside me. My torch

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and have still not been returned for something I never did. Lisa Fairpo

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was arrested in April, and her three children and two foster children

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were taken from her care. In September, she went on trial. Her

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co`accused Darren Wilson, who's 46 and from Hull, was found guilty of

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conspiracy to murder. But, when it came to Lisa Fairpo, the jury

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couldn't reach a verdict. Last week she faced a retrial at Hull Crown

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Court, where the jury found her not guilty. All I want my family, and to

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forget all of this stigma that has ruined my reputation. From day one,

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my solicitor said it won't go to trial, and the evidence they had was

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always hearsay or circumstantial. I would not trust the police ever

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again and I won't trust the court system either. The Crown Prosecution

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Service would not be interviewed but has told Look North it's confident

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it was the right decision, to bring Lisa Fairpo's case to court. It said

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because her co`accused was convicted, it had established that

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"a conspiracy to murder had taken place. The only question for the

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jury was whether Lisa Fairpo was a part of that conspiracy." It added,

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"Jurors are entitled to convict upon purely circumstantial evidence" if

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they think there's "no other reasonable explanation in

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determining guilt or innocence." Tomorrow, Lisa is meeting with Hull

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City Council, hoping it will now finally let her bring her three

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children and her foster son back home.

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In a moment: The first of England's new local TV services goes on air in

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Grimsby. Poor transport links are holding

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back growth in the Humber ports. That's according to the House of

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Commons Transport Committee, which says the Government should step in

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to upgrade roads to the docks to prevent traffic jams. 20% of

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Britain's imports come through Hull, Immingham and Grimsby, providing

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jobs for thousands of people. Sarah Corker reports.

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The Humber is one of the fastest growing trading areas in Europe. But

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getting to and from the ports can be slow going. It can get really busy

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downhill. It can add on 40 minutes to your journey time, going in or

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out of Hull. Hauliers are concerned what effect those delays are having.

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It is a major port, it is just let down by its road infrastructure. The

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problem is it would stop other companies locating to Hull. If they

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came and saw the state of the traffic here, then they would

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think, hang on a second, can this place cope? Thoughts echoed by lorry

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drivers in Immingham. It's total gridlock this is the only road going

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in and out. It can get really bad at times. This one is not so bad, at

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Ingham. The Humber Ports handle 30% of the coal and 25% of petrol that's

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needed in the UK. Grimsby docks imports and exports half a million

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vehicles a year. Around a quarter of all rail freight begins its journey

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from Immingham. Quicker, easier access to our ports is seen as an

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engine for growth. It is good for business. What today's report says

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is it is up to the government to contribute to major road and rail

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improvements connecting the dockside, rather than expecting port

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operators to pick up the bill. The main problem in developing the ports

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of Hull, a new medium and Grimsby is the road access. Somebody has to

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take responsibility. The main roads to the port of Hull are the A63 and

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A1033. Over in Immingham, the Government says one of its top

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priorities is improving the A180 and A160 leading to the port. A long

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awaited government scheme to upgrade the A63 was approved in the summer.

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A good road network is essential to a thriving economy. It is incumbent

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upon the government to put that money into our infrastructure to

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make sure it brings about that economic improvement. Until those

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improvements happen, it is the final few miles to the ports where delays

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will remain a daily frustration. I'm joined now by the Cleethorpes MP

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Martin Vickers who is on the committee who wrote the report on

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ports. Ports nationally are worth several

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billion pounds, get our poor roads are holding growth back in the

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Humber. The government have taken their eye off the ball with this

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one, haven't they? I wouldn't say that. The report does provide

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ammunition for those of us who are campaigning for even better access,

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but we must recognise that the road into Immingham docks is on schedule

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now, and the A63 is proceeding. We have had considerable investment

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had. But the report says UK ports are at a disadvantage compare to

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foreign ports. That is not acceptable, and it is not giving us

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a chance. No, there does seem to be some confusion over grants and state

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aid because most foreign ports are state or municipal owned, and that

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is something that the committee are looking at. We have heard of lorry

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drivers today taking 45 minutes to do a couple of miles through Hull.

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We have this great motorway system, and then they get to where they want

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to get, nearly there, and they can't do it. I accept that, and that is

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why I am at the forefront of the campaign to improve access. The

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ports are the engine of the local economy and it is absolutely vital

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we maintain good access. You are a big supporter of the HS2 project,

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but then we need to sort out our roads before building a train set

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the goes a bit faster that the public are underwhelmed about? The

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Transport Committee has interrogated the Transport Secretary today about

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that, and as he pointed out, the investment in roads and other

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aspects of rail is still going ahead, along with HS2. HS2, of

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course, is over 17 years. But if there is money to build a new train

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track, then there is money to sort out our roads, which needs doing

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first. If it was either or, then I agree, but the government are

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delivering both. Thank you for joining us.

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We want to hear from you on this story.

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You can e`mail us. Doubts are being raised about

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whether the German wind turbine builder Siemens will commit to

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opening a factory in Hull. The uncertainty has been sparked after

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another German company, RWE, pulled out of building a large wind farm in

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the Bristol Channel. Siemens say the decision is RWE's to make, but some

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industry experts say it could have a knock on effect which would be bad

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for the area. Siemens are not the top of the food

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chain in terms of the offshore wind industry. Their customers are the

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likes of RWE, and if these people are cancelling wind farms, then they

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are not buying offshore wind turbines, which puts the investment

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into the manufacturing of turbines into question.

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A jury has been given details of mobile phone calls made by a man who

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is being tried for aiding and abetting an arson attack on a mosque

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in North East Lincolnshire. Grimsby Crown Court heard that, following an

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attack on the Islamic centre in the town in May, Daniel Cressey from New

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Haven made nine phone calls over three days. Records show they were

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all to his cousin Stuart Harness, who has already pleaded guilty to

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the attack along with Gavin Humphries.

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Nurses from Spain have begun working at a Grimsby hospital this week. 22

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nurses have been recruited from overseas, and now all of them have

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permanent jobs at the Diana, Princess of Wales Hospital. It's

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been so successful that the Trust has now started a second recruitment

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drive in the country. We have had a problem recruiting

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enough staff nurses to fill the vacancies we have had, and that has

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been a rolling difficulty over the last few months. We knew that we

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needed to take a different kind of approach to recruitment. We have run

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local and national recruitment campaigns, and we knew we had to do

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something different. It's one of the most distressing

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complications of diabetes ` the need for toes or even limbs to be

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amputated, and it seems in Hull there's a particular problem. The

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city has one of the highest amputation rates in the country.

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Late diagnosis of the disease is often the problem and now health

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officials are encouraging people to get regular check`ups. Sarah Walton

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has been to meet one diabetes patient.

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Christine had diabetes for two decades, and this is what can happen

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when the condition goes untreated. Over the years, Christine's learnt

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to cope. I had the toe taken off and a bit of the side of my foot. The

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condition means she can't control blood sugar levels. But it also

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affects circulation, so without regular checks some people can need

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an amputation. I get frustrated that I can't do what I used to be able to

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do. I used to do a full days work before I went to work and do a full

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days work. I used to walk the dog, I brought up children, I run a three

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bedroomed home, and I can't do any of that now. Figures from clinical

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commissioning groups across the country suggest Hull has one of the

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highest number of people needing an amputation ` 4.4 for every 1,000

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diabetes patients. The average is 2.6. But the East Riding, North East

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Lincolnshire, Lincolnshire East and South Lincolnshire are also above

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average. We think that probably things like the early detection and

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early referral of someone with a foot problem isn't happening as

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quickly as it could, so the problem with the foot is escalating before

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it is being picked up. The CCGs say they are committed to improving

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diabetes care and in North East Lincolnshire figures for amputations

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have been falling since 2010. There were nine amputations. Year after

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that, there were five. This year, up till now, there were only two major

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amputations. Year`on`year are improving, and we believe that the

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work our team has done is showing its reward. There is still a lot of

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work to be done and we will carry on. And that includes getting people

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to come forward for checks in the first place, with regular

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information events like this. If you look at one of our posters, it tells

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you the amount of amputees, and it is not necessary. If we can reduce

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our diabetes, and reduce all the negativity, get people to be

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thinking positively, then maybe these amputations might happen so

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much. So, both doctors and support groups are encouraging diabetics to

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get regular checks, to look after their own health, and also reduce

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the number of amputations. Still ahead tonight: New

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premier`league owners for this village football club. The ground

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down there is too small if they grow much further. It raises the spirits

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of the village. They are doing very well.

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Tonight's photo is an absolute stunner. It was by Martin Dean. Our

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director says there is a double rainbow. Thank you very much for

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that. It is turning milder from the

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Northwest. There will be some sunshine to come tomorrow. Really

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nice late autumn day to come, and relief from these chilly temperature

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is. High pressure will still be in charge, so Thursday looks to be a

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nice day. Friday to a lot of sunshine, although there will be a

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temporary cold snap. That said, it should again be mostly dry. There is

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a warm front in here, which is tracking south`east. It will

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introduce milder air, but before that, cloud and some patchy

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outbreaks of rain spilling down South East Woods `` south

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eastwards, and later skies were clear once more across East

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Yorkshire. A touch of ground frost tonight. The sun will rise at about

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7:49am. There may be some drizzle first

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thing, but that will soon think southwards, and sunny skies will

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push in from the Northwest. A afternoon in prospect. `` a lovely

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afternoon in prospect. Temperatures above average for a change. Highs of

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ten or 11 degrees. First they will be dry, partly cloudy, some patchy

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rain first thing on Friday, a chilly wind. Cold but sunny and breezy on

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Saturday. Someone has said, and why the only

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person who thinks the weather graphic looks like a cooked

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chicken? I don't know what they are talking about!

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Let's have a look. The family of Hull City owner Assem

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Allam have taken control of a nearby non`league football team. North

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Ferriby United, who are five divisions below The Tigers, now

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belongs to Dr Allam's daughter Emen and son`in`law Steve Forster. Simon

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Clark explains what it means for the club and sport in East Yorkshire.

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It is one of the leafy, affluent suburbs that fringes howl. Tucked

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away in the quarter is the media Stadium, the whole of North Ferriby

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United. For 20 years, this man has built up the club, making it one of

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Yorkshire's best`known non`league sides. Today he welcomes the new

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investment which sees Steve Forster and his wife take control.

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Certainly, now that he has committed to the football club, it gives me

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that great opportunity to be able to add sustainability and stability to

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the wonderful success that we have endured. It raises the spirits of

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the village. They have been there a long time, they gradually get

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promoted year by year, they are doing very well. It is a local team

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and a lot of local people support them. It is really beneficial. The

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purchase increases the family's interest. He has made a significant

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short time commitment to Hull Kingston Rovers. Now his daughter

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and son`in`law have bought North Ferriby United. They always play in

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collaboration. What we will see is to business deals that are going to

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be very distinct, and will run themselves in their own way. This

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isn't about the family buying into the club, this is about his daughter

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and husband, so they will be separate business entities. Therapy

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is as clay`macro enjoying outstanding success. The club is

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enjoying success. Steve Forster and his wife's involvement in the club

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began as parents of children who are part of a growing junior section.

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This is the football club that puts immunity at the heart of everything

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it does. `` community. Scunthorpe United caretaker manager Russ Wilcox

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takes charge of his second game tonight.

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He replaced Brian Laws who was sacked last week, and started with a

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win at Portsmouth at the weekend. He's interested in taking the job

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full time, but just wants to think about tonight's game at Rochdale.

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Might we met has been the two games. I just forget about the scenario

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about myself, it is not about me. It is about the club and the players,

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and their response to the situation has been top drawer.

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And there's commentary of Scunthorpe's match at Rochdale on

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BBC Radio Humberside. You can get all the build up on Sports talk

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which is on the air now. The first steam locomotives to visit

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Horncastle in 50 years has been on public display today. Several

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hundred people came to see the Jubilee class Bahamas. It is on its

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way to be restored. The locomotives has received a lottery grant so

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extensive work can be carried out. It took a detoured to stop off at

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the home of railway Publishing in Lincolnshire. I have never seen a

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day like it. It is amazing, to see the reaction from people young and

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old, to see an engine which isn't even in steam yet. It is a

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tremendous day. I really mean that. It has brought a lump to my throat,

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to see the number of people here. The night has been a broadcasting

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first in Grimsby with the launch of Estuary TV, a new local television

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channel. The channels are being funded by advertising, sponsorship

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and a commercial agreement with the BBC. It will be followed in the

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spring by 18 more channels with even more in the pipeline.

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Estuary TV launched live tonight from Grimsby, the first of 28 new

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local channels, which will offer news and programmes from Northern

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Lincolnshire. There are places that have had a knock, especially by

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national media. The national media tend to come in, they will probably

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trample over everybody that lives here, and then walk out again.

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Though, will people be watching? I did think there is enough about our

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area and the community. There's nothing wrong with having local

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television. But there isn't enough every day all day. What could you

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report? Local TV has been tried before. This one was set up in

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Greenwich 40 years ago, and there are plenty of television channels

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that have been consigned to the history books. For news, sport and

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entertainment... But Estuary TV will be widely available on free view to

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350,000 homes. It has governance support, and the BBC has put in more

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than ?40 million. Scarborough, Leeds, Sheffield, a nationwide

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network is on its way. In Grimsby, they have opened a new chapter in

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broadcasting history. How has the launch on tonight? There

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was a lot of local media industry experts, but the best person to

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answer that question is the executive producer of Estuary TV.

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Out of the first programme go? It went very well, thank you. Our

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presenters did an absolutely fantastic job will stop off we go to

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a good start. How successful do you think this venture will be because

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it is quite a crowded media marketplace? Yes, but we know people

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are still watching television. It is still the first place for people to

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get their information, and we know that people desperately want local

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news, more local news. They love what they get on Look North, but

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they want to see more. Estuary TV will also be launching a channel in

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Scarborough, which will happen in September. From the studio here,

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back to you. Good luck to them.

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Many men struggle to think of the perfect way to propose to their

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partner, but Ian Burton from Scunthorpe knew his girlfriend would

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want her friends and family to be involved.

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So he set about planning the perfect, public proposal. Gemma

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Dawson explains. You can see the surprise among

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shoppers in Lincoln as dancers leap into action. And it's all for

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Katrina Coupland. She'd always wanted a public proposal, so her

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boyfriend set about planning this. I was nervous that it wouldn't work

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and that she might even say no, which would be embarrassing. Ian

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asked these dancers from the University to help, and they spent

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weeks working on this routine. It was an amazing experience, something

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I will never forget. It was nerve wracking because it was so

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important, something that would change someone's life. I am so glad

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we did it. When people were walking along, they stopped and they weren't

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sure what was going on. Nearer the end, they realised. Katrina only

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realised what was happening when her friend `` friends and family joined

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in the flashmob. 48 hours later, she is still in shock. I was like, it is

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a flashmob. Then I saw everybody and I started crying. I didn't stop for

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the entire duration. Now you've done this, there's a lot of pressure for

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the wedding day. Yes, there is. We haven't got very far yet. Plenty of

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time to plan an even bigger surprise for their wedding guests.

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

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First Minister Alex Salmond launches his government's independence

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blueprint, calling it a "mission statement" for Scotland's future.

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A woman falsely accused of hiring a hit man to kill her husband says the

:26:30.:26:33.

legal system has ruined her life. Tomorrow's weather: A cloudy, damp

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start in places, soon becoming dry and brightening up with good sunny

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spells developing. Highs of ten Celsius.

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A discussion there about roads to ports. David says, white do we as

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car drivers pay the road fund licence, get up north nothing ever

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gets done. London and the Southeast gets the lions share of

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road`building. Sean says the Port Road and rail network is restricting

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development throughout these counties. Sam says, the problem is

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all the cup councils have sat back and read the revenue from these

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ports while not having the foresight to see their growth and act

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accordingly. And James says, "we need to focus on what we need, not

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what we want. We don't need this HS2. We need better roads for our

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ports, which will help our need for jobs and a better local economy".

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Thank you for all those comments. Goodbye for now.

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