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attacked in the street. That's all from the BBC News at Six. So, it's

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goodbye from me and, on BBC One, goodbye from me and, on BBC One, we

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now join the BBC's news teams Good evening and welcome to BBC Look

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North. The headlines tonight. The inquiry into abuse by Jimmy

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Savile will now look at his links to a hospital in East Yorkshire.

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The Government has warned that cutting green taxes could hit local

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jobs and plunge us into darkness. It is about providing energy and if

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you don't do it right, let's could go out.

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`` lights. The village that's had its phones cut off after copper

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thieves strike again. Why fancy dress shops in North

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Lincolnshire are all out of squirrel outfits.

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And it is a windy evening out there at the moment, some guilt along the

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coast this evening, but a fine weekend on the card. `` cards.

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Good evening. A former East Yorkshire psychiatric hospital is

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one of 19 hospitals added to the investigation into sexual abuse by

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Jimmy Savile. The De La Pole Hospital in Willerby near Hull

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closed 17 years ago. Our correspondent Paul Murphy has been

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following this story and is in Willerby. Paul, what more do we know

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about this planned investigation? Well, the yellow pole hospital, ``

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De La Pole Hospital, was closed in 1997 but it is now one of 32

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hospitals around the country with which Jimmy Savile had some form of

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contact. It is part of a wide`ranging investigation which

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will be overseen by a senior former barrister, who will produce a report

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in the fullness of time. But already, there are concerns about

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the scale of this enquiry and its timescale. It does not surprise me

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that there has been a further 19 hospitals investigated. What

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concerns me is this will delay the outcome of the report. The victims

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gave their statements to Operation Yewtree a long time ago and they

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await the outcome of this report eagerly. The Hull and East Yorkshire

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hospitals trust, which has no direct connection to De La Pole Hospital,

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has told us tonight it will investigate thoroughly, as

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instructed by the Department of Health, but it is yet to see any of

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the details of any of the allegations. There's a warning we

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could be facing blackouts if the Government goes ahead with plans to

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cut green taxes. Green levies currently add more than ?100 a year

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to the typical household energy bill. The renewables industry is

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asking the Chancellor not to cut these taxes in next week's Autumn

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Statement, claiming they're vital for the creation of new jobs in East

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Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. Our political editor Tim Iredale

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reports. In this corner of East Yorkshire,

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many people have become used to living in the shadow of wind

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turbines. However, the boss of this caravan repair business is not a

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happy man. Peter Mills has just received his latest energy bill. He

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wants to know why it is so high. None of us householders or business

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premises see anything that this tax we are being forced to pay. We

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cannot opt out. I do not think the Government is even aware where the

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green taxes going to. According to the Department and energy, consumers

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are charged a range of green levies on their bills, designed to reduce

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the UK's carbon emissions. It adds to `` adds up to 100 top and per

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year for the typical household. There is a different side to this

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story. Leading figures in the renewables energy sector claim green

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taxes are vital if thousands of new jobs are to be created on the

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Humber. This is the view of a leading industry trade body. There

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is the opportunity around the Humber to develop a world beating industry,

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exporting to many parts of the world. It is not just about the low

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carbon agenda but abiding energy, and if we do not do it right, lights

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could go out. The Government needs to be careful about changing course

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in any way. Business leaders hoping to attract new companies to the

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Humber region say it is vital the Chancellor stands out the right

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message in his Autumn Statement next week. Now is the right time. We are

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in the best locate a place in the UK to make the best investments in

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offshore renewables. `` best located. With Labour pledging to

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freeze energy bills if they win the next election, the Chancellor is

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under pressure to secure a better deal for customers while ensuring

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our lights stay on in future. In a moment we will hear from a

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spokesman from the big energy companies. But first, we spoke to

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consumers in Lincoln and this is what they told us.

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Any sort of money which would be put into technology, making energy

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green, is really good. In principle it is a good think. I feel the way

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the Government is going up and down about it is disconcerting. If they

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want to pay extra, let them. I do not want to. Lawrence Slade is from

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Energy UK, who represent power companies. Earlier I started by

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asking him why the big six are insisting on a reduction in green

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levies, rather than taking a cut in their own profits. Well, there are

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two points. First, the companies need to make a profit to enable them

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to invest in a future generation in the UK. Secondly, no one has

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actually said we want to get rid of these green levies, what we have

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said is we are happy to talk to the Government and make sure that money

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is being spent in the most efficient way, getting energy efficiency

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measures to people that need it. But you do not need to make the

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profits. You are making huge amounts of money. We are certainly making a

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margin that is between 5% or 6%. ?30 from each bill in 2011, household,

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?105 this year, figures from Ofgem today. That is a massive increase.

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Labour are suggesting we need to invest over ?200 billion by 2020, to

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make that kind of investment, you need to have a healthy, vibrant

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energy sector. What do you say to the thousands of unemployed people

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in this area who are desperate for investment in green energy two if

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these green taxes are removed, that is not going to happen. What we want

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to do is to make sure these dream levies are getting to the right

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people in the right way. `` green levies. If your viewers are

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concerned about their bills, it is really important that they get

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indirect contract `` contact with their energy companies to stop but

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they will be saying you do not need to make as much profit as you are,

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do you agree with Ed Miliband, let's freeze the bills for a period of

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time? The problem with that proposal, and we need to see more

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about it, is that nearly half of everyone's energy bill is based on

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wholesale energy prices. We are not in control of those prices. Yes, but

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you talk about wholesale costs, if we make our own, through wind, for

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example, you wouldn't need to worry about that. In the long`term, once

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you have made that ?300 billion investment in the future of the

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industry, all right. But somehow, that money has to be paid, it has to

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be found between now and 2020. So we have to make these investments and

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make a margin so we have to make these investments and make a that

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investment on international markets. Would you welcome the removal of

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these green levies and lower bills? Maybe you worry what that might mean

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for the renewable energy industry here?

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Your thoughts on this one. Yorkshire Water has announced its bills will

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only rise in line with we look forward to hearing from you.

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Sunday Politics will be discussing green taxes and how the Government

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should tackle rising energy bill. The guests include MEP Godfrey

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Bloom. Yorkshire Water has announced its

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bills will only rise in line with inflation for the next six years.

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The company says the move is designed to help ease the pressures

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on households. Yorkshire Water has come under increasing pressure to

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take action after it emerged it had paid no corporation tax, despite

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making ?186 million profit last year.

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We have heard the message about affordability, so we took the

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decision to go for flat prices in the next periodic review, but also

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to do that a year early. A former Scout leader has been

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jailed after pleading guilty to 49 child sex offences in Lincolnshire.

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The judge said 37``year`old David Sewell carried out a series of

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"sordid and disturbing" attacks in the Grantham area, some on boys as

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young as ten. Tonight he's starting an 18`year jail sentence. Jake

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Zuckerman has been in court in Lincoln this afternoon. What more

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can you tell us you Mac ``? Described as a dangerous and

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predatory paedophile, David Sewell was a Scout leader in the Grantham

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area and had been involved with the movement for over 20 years. The

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court heard that between 2004 and his arrest this year, he'd committed

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at least 49 offences against boys he'd come into contact with through

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the Scouting Movement. Offences which included rape, sexual assault,

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sexual touching and the possession of indecent images. For many years,

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Sewell had operated under the radar, grooming Young Boys at his home in

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Grantham. His offences only came to light after one of his victims

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complained to the police. In sentencing him to 18 years in

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prison, Judge Michael Heath said, "Over a ten`year period, you

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systematically and gratuitously abused no fewer than 11 boys in a

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sordid and disturbing manner. You met these boys in your capacity as a

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Scout master of long standing. Their parents trusted you with sons and

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you gravely breached their trust. Police have welcomed the sentence

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and say his victims and their families are still suffering the

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consequences of his abuse. I cannot begin to imagine what they are going

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through. The judge commented on the horrific effect it has on victims

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and their families. It is difficult to know how they can move forward.

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But for ourselves, and the specialist third agencies, we are

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there to support them. The Scout Association say Sewell had been

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subject to an advanced criminal records check. But he had not been

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charged at that time. They added, "We are pleased that he has pleaded

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guilty to his crimes and that he has been suitably punished for his

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actions. The Scout Association condemns the actions of Sewell."

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Well, tonight, Sewell is beginning an 18`year prison sentence, and will

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remain on the Sexual Offenders Register for life.

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Hundreds of people have attended the funeral of a teenager who was killed

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crossing a road in North Lincolnshire. 15`year`old Koen

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Allwood died two weeks ago when he was hit by a car in Barton upon

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Humber. Koen's classmates from Baysgarth School lined the streets

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this morning. The headteacher described him today as a popular and

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hardworking boy. Sarah Corker reports.

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The church bells rang out across Barton as the funeral cortege made

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its way to St Mary's. Mourners fell silent, lining the streets. Koen's

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family walking behind his coffin. Remembered today as a much loved

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son, brother and grandson. For 200 of his classmates, a chance to

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reflect on his life. My best friend. `` a best friend to everyone. Held

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in great affection, with a lot of respect. Those close to him have

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been incredibly supportive. We will also miss his very dry sense of

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humour. A bright student and a keen musician. Candles were lit at the

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service and a book of condolence opened. Koen died when he was hit by

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a car as he crossed this road just before 11pm on November 13. Please

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have their call for witnesses, and are now can't trace a couple

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described as being of Eastern European origin, who may have seen

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this collision. A man has been arrested and bailed on suspicion of

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death by dangerous driving. Flowers still mark the scene of the

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accident. A memorial fund has been set up for the teenager. You will

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have seen from the number of people at the service today, this sense of

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community. We want to give it thought. It has to be a fitting

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tribute to Koen. For those who knew and loved Koen, it was a day to say

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goodbye and celebrate his life. Sarah Corker with that report.

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Still ahead tonight... Clearing up after the copper thieves

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who've left villagers cut off from the phone network.

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And why Scunthorpe United's supporters are going to try out a

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new look at tomorrow's game. Thanks for watching. Tonight's

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picture is of North Ferriby, sunset on the Humber, taken by John Wharam.

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Julie Donovan is here. `` Keely. An e`mail says, the only thing my

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husband wants for Christmas is a picture of Keely Donovan. You can

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imagine how I feel about that! I think I can. I have a special

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picture for you. Have you?

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We have seen it before, but we love it.

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Is that on the top of your Christmas list, Peter? Something is.

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I'm sure! The forecast, very windy,

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increasingly so throughout the course of the evening.

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Tomorrow, it looks like a nice day. It could be the odd early shower but

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most of the day will be dry with sunny spells, still on the cool

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side. Over the weekend into next week, it looks largely settled.

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High`pressure continuing to build from the Atlantic. Through today, it

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was rather cloudy, damp and drizzly, but it worked up. The sunshine

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developed. This evening and overnight, good deal of dry weather

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with clear spells, we will see a fuchsia hours in eastern parts as we

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head through the night. This evening, very windy along the

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coastline, with the risk of gales. They will ease later. Inland,

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temperatures in the countryside down to around three or four Celsius. The

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sun will rise at 6:53am. `` 7:53am. A chilly day tomorrow. We should see

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largely dry conditions. The odd shower skirting the coast, but

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generally a decent day. Dry and fine with some decent spells of

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sunshine. The breeze will be gentle from the north`west, so not windy as

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today. Temperatures on the chilly side. Ranging from around six to

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eight Celsius. Highest bridge along the coast, eight Celsius. `` highest

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temperature. Sunday, more cloud will filter from the North but remaining

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largely settled. I don't think it will feel quite as mild as

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Saturday, because of all the cloud. Next week, settled weather but it

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will be rather cloudy at times. We are framing that picture! You can

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imagine Cathy's husband, watching the telly, going, no, not that one!

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People living in a village in North integers say they have been cut off

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after thieves stole copper cables for the sixth time in two years.

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Internet and phone services were lost when the wires were stolen. BT

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says the lines should be back up by Sunday but people living there say

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they are becoming increasingly frustrated.

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Cut off again for the sixth time in two years, phone engineers are once

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again repairing the damage left by copper thieves. They were here doing

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the same thing just six weeks ago. For this village in northern

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Lincolnshire, this is Groundhog Day. The worst thing was last Christmas,

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when it was two weeks. Every time the thieves strike, villagers are

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left without a phone line, the latest incident was on Monday and

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they are not likely to be able to use their phones until Sunday. I am

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frustrated. I am not angry with the people who are trying to mend it.

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But I am angry with BT who do not seem to care about their customers.

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BT says this is costing them in excess of ?70,000. They say they are

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working closely with the police to catch those responsible. Night

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patrols have been increased in the area. Extra security measures are

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now in place. Alarmed cables have been laid. On this occasion, they

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were triggered, so the thieves were only able to steal a very small

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amount of cable. Today, residents received leaflets asking them to be

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vigilant and to report anything suspicious. But there was no comfort

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for the likes of Barry, who feels let down by BT. For a company the

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size of BT, it is a lack of being able to contact anybody, somebody

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who has got the know`how and the power to be able to do something

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about it. All we want is what we are paying for. At the end of the day,

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it is the criminals who are responsible, not easy, but I want to

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have a meeting in the village so we can talk to residents about what

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else they want to see. And how residents can help catch these

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people. While the village which to be connected, BT is having a reward

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of ?1000 will happen to catch those responsible and end this misery once

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and for all for their customers. Big response about the East

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Yorkshire based Euro MP Godfrey Bloom, who has been criticised for

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comments he's made about speeding drivers.Mr Bloom says he wants to

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stand for Parliament as a "motorists' champion", but he's

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angered some road safety campaigners by claiming that speed doesn't kill.

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Thanks for your responses on this. Just a few of the many. James on

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Twitter says, "I agree with Bloom's comments. It's dangerous driving and

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overtaking that causes fatalities, not necessarily speeding."

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Jenny from Bridlington sent this by text. "My son and two of his friends

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were killed in a speeding accident. Speed does kill and those deaths

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affect families forever." And Mike in Hull got in touch to

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say, "Excessive speed is a bad thing. But a few miles per hour

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should be tolerated, and the revenue from speed cameras is disgusting."

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Thank you for those. Football, and Hull City faces

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Liverpool on Sunday, looking to improve on a disappointing 1`0 home

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defeat against Crystal Palace last weekend. Manager Steve Bruce says

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he's looking forward to the challenge of playing one of the big

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names of the Premier League. Emma Massey reports.

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Prior to last week, Hull City had not lost at home all season and are

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struggling Crystal Palace had lost all of their previous five away

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games. But it was not to be for the Tigers, who lost 1`0 against the ten

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men of Crystal Palace. As for Hull City's weekend opponents, they face

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Liverpool on Sunday with perhaps an even tougher match next week against

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Arsenal. Whenever you are playing Liverpool or Chelsea or Man City, it

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is always a big occasion. This season in particular, we have done

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particularly well in the big games. We have not managed to win one of

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them but we have team in the game, that is what we will try and do

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Sunday, enjoy the challenge. Liverpool expect to have Daniel

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Sturridge back in their side for the game. But they say they are

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preparing for a tough match. Of the teams promoted, they have done

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really well, they look to be heading on course to be a team in the middle

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of the table. That will tell you it is good to be a difficult game for

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us. But confidence is high. Our spirit is very strong at the moment.

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Even though it will be tough, we hope we can get the points. Defeat

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to Liverpool will see Hull City heading towards the bottom of the

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Premier League, despite the strong start.

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You can hear full commentary of Hull City's game against Liverpool on

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Sunday. Their coverage is on FM from 1:30pm. Before that, tomorrow they

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will have commentary on Scunthorpe United's match against Torquay

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United from 2pm on all frequencies. They will also have coverage of

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Grimsby Town's match at Coalville Town in the FA Trophy. And Radio

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Lincolnshire will have commentary of Lincoln City's match against

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Stalybridge. Enjoy your football over the

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weekend. East Yorkshire based tennis player

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Kyle Edmunds is beginning a three week training block with World

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number four Andy Murray. The 18`year`old from Tickton near

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Beverley is Britain's highest ranked male teenager and made the

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semi`finals of the junior event at this year's Wimbledon.

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More than 1,200 Seals have been born at Donna Nook Nature Reserve in

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Lincolnshire. It's one of the largest mainland seal colonies in

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the country and pups will continue to be born here for the next few

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weeks. The spectacle attracts thousands of visitors.

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That's amazing. As Scunthorpe United fans prepare to welcome their former

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manager, Alan Knill, back to the club tomorrow, many have have been

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going nuts for fancy dress. Stocks of squirrel outfits have sold out in

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the town as Knill, who is now manager of Torquay, returns to

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Glanford Park for the first time since he was sacked. He famously

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blamed a poor performance by the Iron on a collision he suffered with

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a squirrel while riding his bike. Phillip Norton reports.

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Cute, bright eyed and she tailed, but hit one on a bike and they could

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almost kill you. That was how former Scunthorpe United boss Alan Knill

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laid down a string of defeats when he was in charge. I select run out

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into the road, but I could not do anything about it. It stuck in my

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wheel and hit my brakes and I went over the top and landed on my head

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and shoulder. For a minute, you go... I am in trouble! The squirrel

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died. Alan Knill was soon sacked for results, not animal collisions.

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Tomorrow, he is back at Glanford Park, and so are the squirrels.

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Customers have been asking to buy squirrel outfits, squirrel tails,

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little whiskers, little noses. Ireland fans have bought out the

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entire town supply of squirrel fancy dress outfits. There will even be

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face painting before the game to give their former boss returned to

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remember. It is completely grey, huge 6`foot bushy tail, huge

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whiskers, and you get an acorn as well, about so big. It is poking fun

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at the gate, so he should be more careful when he is riding his

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bicycle. The club initially asked fans not to attend as squirrels but

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are now taking a lighter approach. A careful in the Daggers. I hope no

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nuts are flying about. I will be fully focused myself. `` careful in

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the dugouts. Just enjoy the game and hopefully, go away happy. It is a

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bushy tail of some fine football banter. For fans, the match day

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suites have already been sorted. Squirrels in Scunthorpe. Don't

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forget, if you have a story you think we should know about, and you

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think we might be interested, do drop us an e`mail. Let's get a recap

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of the national and regional headlines. The jury at Fusilier Lee

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Rigby's murder trial hears how he died after having a car driven at

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him and then being attacked with knives.

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Links between Jimmy Savile and a former psychiatric hospital in East

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Yorkshire are to form part of an investigation into abuse.

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Tomorrow's weather, a fine day with day with any early showers in the

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East clearing and the wind easing. Sunny spells and a maximum

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temperature of eight Celsius. That discussion on the subject of

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green levies. A big response. Not surprisingly. Robert says, they are

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a monopoly taking advantage of us, leading green taxes is a smoke

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screen for their greed. Sue says, I would rather have my energy bills

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cut, David Cameron should be sorting out the big six. Ed says, the energy

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firms can afford to cut bills and still invest, they are now just

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tried to scare and bully people by threatening power cuts unless they

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get their own way. That is not Ed Miliband! Joan disagrees, this new

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system of advertising was once... What was once a public and industry

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has made a mess but it is still better than the old system. Michael

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says, why should my money be used to create jobs that depend on

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subsidies? It is economic madness. Wind farms are a waste of money,

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says Michael. Finally, Philip says, crack on with renewables, we need

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our jobs in new businesses so we can afford to pay the bills. This

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dithering will do no good. Bags for those. Have a peaceful weekend, look

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after yourself and stop `` thanks for those.

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