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That is all from the News At Six, goodbye from me and on BBC One we

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join the news Good evening, and welcome to BBC

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Look North. The headlines tonight: Hospitals are told to scrap smoking

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shelters to make it harder for patients to light up.

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This guidance aims to change the culture of the NHS. I think people

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should give up but it easier said than done.

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Three people die on their way to work in an early morning crash. We

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are appealing forward says who may have seen these vehicles at 6am or

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travelling on this road and they would like them to come forward.

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A church loved by poets and film`makers may never be rebuilt

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after being gutted by fire. The big Christmas switch`off ` why

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some towns are struggling to look festive. We have managed a warm 11

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degrees this afternoon, but what about the next few days? Join me in

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15 minutes. People who smoke outside hospitals

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in Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire could face tougher sanctions after

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new guidelines were published today. The recommendations come from a

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group which advises the NHS on health issues. They say smoking

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should be banned in all hospital grounds, and want shelters and other

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designated areas removed. Also, patients, staff and even visitors

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should be encouraged to give up smoking completely. Our health

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correspondent Vicky Johnson is with me. Vicky, how do our local

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hospitals deal with the problem of smoking? Despite recent anti`smoking

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measures, one in five of us nationally still insist on our

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cigarettes. . It's having a huge toll on our health, causing around

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80,000 premature deaths a year, and on our finances ` estimated costs to

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the NHS and our wider society is more than ?16 billion every year.

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But even when they're ill, people are reluctant to kick the habit,

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even dragging drip stands outside so they can have a cigarette.

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For people like myself that come in for my children, it is a life`saver

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to be able to run out and have a cigarette and go back inside and get

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on with it. There are people who have just had surgery or cancer

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patients and they have to come outside and smoke in the snow. They

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have to walk over there. They should be able to sit here and smoke.

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Lincolnshire's three main hospital sites still have designated smoking

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areas. But a statement has been issued from the trust, saying, "We

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regularly review our practices and guidelines to ensure our local

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practices are in line with national guidance, and will be considering

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the recommendations from the NICE report." Neither the Northern

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Lincolnshire and Goole nor the Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals Trusts

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have specific areas for smokers. In fact, in Hull, where almost 30% of

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the population are addicted, they're aiming to adopt a zero tolerance

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approach. That's our aspiration, what we work towards. Our staff

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understand that and try to support patients when they are using our

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services to try to stop smoking, and we sensitively have a word about the

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blog about moving off the premises, but sometimes they can't do that.

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They're also supporting patients who smoke to give up before being

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admitted to hospital for a planned treatment. The important thing of

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all this is that we follow the patient up when they have gone home,

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so once we see them in hospital, we carry on support over six or eight

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weeks after they have been discharged. NICE wants our hospitals

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to go even further. They're aiming to change the culture so that

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smoking is no longer acceptable on NHS grounds.

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Thank you, Vicky. I'm joined this evening by Professor John Britton

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from NICE. Isn't this a bit nanny state? People are not breaking the

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law. Hospitals are trying to dissuade people but they can't do

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any more. They can, because we undress people when they come into

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use our services, but generally it is on the lines of telling them they

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have do get `` they could get help. We don't provide support and

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treatment for people when they come in. Treatments are effective but

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they are not being used. What do you make of the decision by the

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hospitals trust in Lincolnshire providing designated smoking areas

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at its three main sites? That effectively just how smokers

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clustering in certain parts of the grounds but it maintains that model

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of smoking being acceptable in the hospital trust, so if you're a

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patient sitting in bed trying to give up smoking, you have a

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continuous image of how easy it is to go out and smoke. If we are going

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to have a smoke free culture in the NHS, it has to be extended. But

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aren't they just acknowledging reality, which is that patients and

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visitors have smoked, do smoke and will

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do? Know, because we have seen it all. We have seen great progress.

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Those trust spending money on shelters might spend the instead to

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help the people they treat to quit smoking completely. If you are a

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smoker in hospital it may be more stressful. The evidence is

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otherwise. The important thing is that hospitals treat the problem, so

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provide medicines for nicotine addiction straightaway, provide

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behaviour support from admission. Would you like to see a law that

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banned smoking in hospital grounds altogether? We are suggesting that,

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which is to make the NHS smoke`free for the people who use it. Thank

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you, Professor. What do you think about this story? Should smoking be

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banned right across all hospital premises, and if so, what should

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hospital staff do to enforce the rules? What do you think when you

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see people standing outside the hospital having a cigarette?

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In a moment: Rail bosses in for a rough ride, as they meet with

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villagers over engineering work this Christmas.

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An investigation has begun this evening after three people from East

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Yorkshire died and three others were seriously injured in a crash on the

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border between East and North Yorkshire. Emergency services were

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called to the B1248 between Driffield and Malton at around 6am

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this morning. The stretch of road between Wetwang and

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Wharram`le`Street has been closed for much of the day.

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Tonight the recovery of three bodies and two vehicles, with two people

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from east Yorkshire travelling to Malton for an early shift, the other

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a relay van heading towards Driffield. Its driver and two

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passengers from the other car or in a serious condition in hospital

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after a fire at the scene. It is a difficult seem to be present at.

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There has been a small fire at the scene involving the vehicles and

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officers are dealing with that as sensitively as they can given the

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circumstances we are dealing with. Workers at the bacon factory are

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coming to doubts `` to terms with the deaths of their colleagues.

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Employers say they are offering support to their colleagues. They

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are a big family so when something like that happens, you have to try

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and get together. I didn't really know him but there are people in

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there who did. People have yet to confirm the identities of those

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involved and are appealing for witnesses. Police investigations are

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concluding. They have been there since 6am when three people were

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killed in this collision. People nearby say this road has a history

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of accidents and they would like to see the parties do something about

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it. It is shocking but not surprisingly. I have been a couple

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of fatalities in the last two years, and we are concerned about the speed

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and overtaking on the road. A woman and two men have lost their lives

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here are but another two in their mid`30s and the driver of the

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Citroen remain in hospital following this fatal crash. Crispin is just

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outside the village of Fimber this evening, what do we know about those

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involved in the crash? We know that most of them were men,

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apart from one woman who was fatally injured, and that the five Indo

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forward focus were all from east Yorkshire. They all worked at the

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Malton Bacon factory and I spoke to colleagues there who told me the

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factory it is 100 strong, many people there. They knew one of the

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individuals involved, there are a number of nationalities and the

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feeling among the community of that factory is that those who were dead

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will be sadly missed. Thank you, Crispin. The defence in the case of

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a man accused of aiding and abetting an arson attack on a Grimsby Mosque

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says there is no evidence of his car was near the building at the attack.

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Daniel Cressey, who's 24 and from New Holland in North Lincolnshire,

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denies driving two of his cousins to the scene of the petrol bomb attack.

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The defence also says CCTV footage of his car is inconclusive. The case

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continues. Railway bosses have met with people

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in a Lincolnshire village whose road will be cut off by engineering works

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over Christmas. Network Rail is closing a crossing in Saxilby,

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meaning residents on one side of the tracks will only be able to get in

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and out by foot. Residents of West Bank in Saxilby are preparing for

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Christmas, but for them that means attending meetings with Network Rail

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and the logistics of being cut off over the entire festive period.

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Today there were a lot of unanswered questions. It might be a lot longer

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than they say. We thought it was going to be closed for a fortnight

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before and it took a month. I would just like to know what is going on.

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It will be inconvenient but we have to adapt to it. My freezer is full.

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We have been trying to get both parties together so they can have

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those discussions. Improvement works mean the crossing will stay closed

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from the 20th of December until the 3rd of January, cutting off the West

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Bank. Residents will have to walk along this path and use courtesy

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buses to get to their cars which will be held in a temporary car

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park. Everyone we can think of who needs to be informed about these

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works, we are in engaging with and we will continue to do so. It is a

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massive job that this is an inconvenience. We are at affecting

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people 's lives at a sensitive time. We want to recognise that and do

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everything we can to minimise it. The atmosphere was calm but with the

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odd expected burst. Why haven't you put a bridge across? There isn't any

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space to land at. There is. I think you are talking rubbish. And little

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that appointed but these things are going to be done. Everyone was able

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to air their views and that went well. This meeting proved the scale

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of upheaval the works will cause and the scale of the task ahead to keep

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it to a minimum. And Simon Spark is in Saxilby for

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us. Is there a feeling that these meetings have helped appease

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residents who face having their road cut off over Christmas? As far as

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the meetings can help, I believe they have, but I got the general

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feeling a resigned feeling from residents today just how

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inconvenient Christmas will be for them now, with no shift towards any

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alternative in place. Network Rail spoke about how they will make

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improvements to the footpath, how they have liaised with every

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emergency service and how they will help every person as much as they

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can, but right now the second of those meetings is taking place and

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whether this one is going any more smoothly then this afternoon, we

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will find out soon. If you're in Saxilby you may have a view on that

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one. Send me an e`mail or text and let me know.

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Still ahead tonight: Odds change on who'll be Scunthorpe United's new

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manager after two shock wins. We have a name in the betting, in Mr

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Paolo di cameo, which may be a bit of interest for someone. Towards

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Bridlington from the bottom of Danes Dyke, taken by Barbara Baldwin. Keep

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your pictures coming in. NICE and mild. Let's get the

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forecast. It has been a lovely late autumn day. A bit chilly towards

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Friday or Saturday but the emphasis on dry weather looks set to

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continue. Tomorrow more cloud, maybe some drizzle but brighter spells

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should develop later as this week front pushes away southwards, but

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things certainly, Thursday night we could see patchy rain. It clears

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first thing on Friday morning and then skies brightened with Saturday

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looking cold but sunny. You can see gaps on the cloud which list

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temperatures to 11. We had 11 in the Vale of York, so not a bad day. We

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have cloud across east Yorkshire this evening, which will push south

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and we could see drizzle working in from the west although many places

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will stay dry, just a chance early, especially across parts of

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Lincolnshire, temperatures in the countryside down to two or three

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degrees but in the cities near four or five. The sun rises at 7:50am.

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Generally a lot of cloud around first thing, thick enough for some

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drizzle in places but we should see some breaks pushing down from the

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North with the emphasis on a lot of fine weather developing, more cloud

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than today but there should be bright for sunny intervals. Top

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temperatures not as mild as today but still mine Celsius, close to

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average for late November, looking ahead, first thing Friday morning,

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otherwise sunshine, a few showers, Saturday looking cold and windy but

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sunny. A few messages here just focusing on the left eye. Someone

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says your wife has clocked you one again. I have an eye infection but

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we battle on and don't complain. You were complaining last night on

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Twitter. See you tomorrow. Keep taking the drops.

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One of the country's most historically and culturally

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important churches may have been destroyed forever by a fire. St

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George's in Goltho is a very rare example of a Tudor church which

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housed irreplaceable medieval artefacts. It's also credited with

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inspiring one of the country's best`known poets. From a distance,

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this little church still looks peaceful and inviting, but up close

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the damage is clear, so different from how it used to be. We had pale,

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cream walls, the chancel at the end, stunning but simple. It is thought

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this place inspired one of the country's greatest poets. Someone

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was up here and my father came up to see who it was. They had a talk

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about how lovely and peaceful it was around here, and then we learned it

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was John Betjeman. Grass is drowning the headstones, sloping this way and

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that. Cathedral glass in the windows, a roof of slate, restored

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with a vengeance for certain about 1888. In its heyday, it was used as

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a film set for a period drama. But on October the 21st, there was a

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fire here, bringing down there and destroying almost everything on the

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inside. It is not know what started the fire but it is thought it could

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have been lightning. Despite firefighters' efforts, hundreds of

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years of history was destroyed. It is a huge loss. We have never had a

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church burns down before. It is rare because it was built from brick,

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most rural churches are built from stone. That brought around 4000

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visitors a year to Goltho, most welcomed at the nearby coffee shop.

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We had people come in here and ask about it and B would say, knit up

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there and have a look. It is open. While the church was not used for

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local services, it was still an important place for the village to

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gather. It was a warm church where people felt cared for and safe.

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People wanted to come here to worship, it meant that much to them.

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Engineers are still deciding if it can be restored but much of what has

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been lost here cannot be replaced. A woman who was closely involved in

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exposing a serious mix`up at a mortuary in Hull has died. Christine

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Omoregie campaigned for an apology from Hull City Council, Hull Royal

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Infirmary and funeral directors after her friend Grace Kamara was

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buried in the wrong grave and had to be exhumed.

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A dad from Lincolnshire has spoken of his joy after his son came out of

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his coma for months after a road accident. Ryan Smith, who's 16 and

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from Chapel St Leonards, wasn't wearing a cycle helmet when he

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collided with a van in July. He's now being treated at a specialist

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brain unit in Surrey. His dad Mark Smith is now campaigning for all

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cyclists to wear helmets. He said it was a special moment when Ryan spoke

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for the first time. We never expected any vocal to medication

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because we were under the instant understanding he would have to learn

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to talk again, and cheekily, on Friday when we went to visit, I

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asked him if he could say hello. Big, deep breath, and a very slow

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hello came out. He `` I finally knew what it was like to cry for joy. It

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is a remarkable story. Mark Smith will be talking to me tomorrow

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lunchtime on the radio. And we'll carry on to follow Ryan's recovery.

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Former servicemen, who say their health was affected by British

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nuclear testing in the South Pacific in the 1950s, have handed in a

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petition at Downing Street, asking for a special fund to be set up to

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help them. Douglas Hern, from Spalding in Lincolnshire, believes

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exposure to radiation while serving as a cook in the Navy left him with

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health problems. The Ministry of Defence has denied negligence.

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Problem is, over the years we have never been able to nail an absolute

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statement that can be backed up that whatever it is we are querying is

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down to Christmas Island. When you get as many illnesses and as many

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problems in the family line, there must be something that is not quite

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right there. Cannabis, large amounts of dog waste

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and even a whole caravan are some of the items that have been illegally

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dumped across East Yorkshire in the last year. The council is trying to

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track down the owners of this caravan, which has been abandoned in

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a ditch near Wawne. Officials say they're now increasing fly`tipping

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patrols. It is one of the most unusual cases we have seen. It will

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be very difficult to remove but we are bringing the Environment Agency

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in to get it removed. This time last week they had suffered an FA Cup

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defeat against their rivals Grimsby town. Tonight, Scunthorpe United lie

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just three points from the top of league two. The sacking of manager

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Brian laws and the four nil victory over Rochdale last night made it a

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mixed week. What does it take to become the

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manager of a Football League club? Well, performances like this

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certainly help. Fresh from victory over Portsmouth, the Irons' Niall

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Canavan put the first past Rochdale last night. After Jamie Spencer was

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brought down in the box, Sam Winnall made it two. Spencer himself got the

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third, and David Syres sealed the 4`nil victory. But caretaker boss

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Russ Wilcox was shy about his chances of a permanent appointment.

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I don't think I need to apply. The chairman has seen what he has seen

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and the board have seen what they have seen over the last few games,

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so I don't think we need to touch on it any more. A couple of good

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results mean it is short odds on an 's victory this weekend, but I want

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to know where the smart money is going and it comes to the next Aaron

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's manager. The odds on Ross Wilcox have tumbled but it is between the

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two for the next bit, we do have a name in there, Mr Howley cameo,

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which may be an interest for someone, it is 66`1. So, who is the

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man on the street's favourite? I would like to think it would be

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Nigel Adkins. Gary Maxon, that's the only one I have heard mentioned. I

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heard Gary Maxon was due. How could it be? Results are good and the odds

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are tumbling, maybe it's time for Russ Wilcox to step out of Brian

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Laws' shadow and make Scunthorpe United his own.

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With less than a month to go before the big day, many people are

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starting to get into the Christmas spirit. But in Boston the festive

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feeling is lacking, after it was announced the town's Christmas

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Market has been cancelled, just two days before the event was due to

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take place. And the Lincolnshire town isn't the only place in our

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area where Christmas cheer is hard to find. Boston, filled with festive

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fun. This was last year's Christmas market, a hit with visitors and

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traders, but what a difference a year makes. Today few people here

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were feeling festive after it was announced this year's market has

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been cancelled because organisers ran out of time to complete the

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necessary safety requirements. All the businesses wanted it. We feel so

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sorry for the people in the market, a lot of whom had bought stalk to do

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this market and now it isn't going ahead. The safety aspect of it

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outweighs what we can do. In the market base, traders were feeling

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fed up. Many stallholders had been due to be back for the Christmas

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market on Friday and Sunday. Some told me they had already bought

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stock and its cancellation could cost them thousands. Fortunately I

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got to know in time and I haven't put in a good order for stock which

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I was about to do. As soon as we hit the December, everybody starts

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thinking about Christmas and we have lost that. I've ordered a lot of

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extra stock in ready for a busy weekend. Now we don't know what's

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going to happen. But it is not just here that Christmas cheer is hard to

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find. In Hull, Newland Avenue won't be lit up this year. The Christmas

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lights are too expensive. So shops have been trying to restore some joy

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by putting up their own decorations. It costs about ?45 to put them up

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and due to lack of funding this year we could not afford to get them up

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in time. `` ?40,000. Back in Boston, the Christmas lights will still be

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switched on this Friday. They certainly will on Friday night.

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Switched on by two stars of Emmerdale. Now a re`capped of the

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national and regional headlines. 35 days to go before Bulgarians and

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Romanians are free to work in the UK, they're told they'll face

:26:36.:26:38.

restrictions on housing and other benefits. Hospitals are told to

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scrap smoking shelters to make it harder for patients to light up.

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Tomorrow's weather, cloudy with a risk of drizzle at first. Most bases

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Tomorrow's weather, cloudy with a risk of drizzle will be dry with

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sunny spells throughout the day. Top temperatures mild, getting up to

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around nine Celsius. On the subject of smoking, Joe once says, I was

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recently in hospital with a serious chest complaint. I had a window open

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and patients would smoke outside the window which came into the room. I

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believe smoking should be banned on hospital but rounds. Dawn says, my

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mum was dying of cancer. All she wanted to do was have a cigarette

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because it made her feel better. I am an ex smoker but I feel people

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who smoke are punished. Dave says it would not be tolerated if they were

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drinking alcohol. Adam says taking away smoking shelters takes away

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people's free will. Smoking is legal, so smokers should be able to

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smoke in public. We will have more on this tomorrow. Join me if you can

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on the radio from midday.

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