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6pm. It's goodbye from me and on BBC One, we join our teams where you

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are. Good evening and welcome to BBC Look

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North. The headlines tonight... Hundreds are told to leave their

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homes as East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire are battered by storms.

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Flood sirens ring out, with warnings that the worst is yet to come. I

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have spoken to the flood line, and they have told me that my street is

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in the worst danger. Here in Cleethorpes, the sea has risen to

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the same level as the pavement, and there is huge concern here in the

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town. I have spent the day on the Lincolnshire coast, where gale force

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winds come a large waves and high tides mean thousands of homes are at

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risk of flooding tonight. We'll have the latest evacuation warnings and

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travel news as the storm closes in. And there is a warning in place for

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further strong winds encouraged to areas. I will have the details in 15

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minutes. `` in coastal areas. Communities across the east coast

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are bracing themselves. The emergency services are tonight on

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high alert. In parts of North Lincolnshire, homes are being

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evacuated. Severe flood warnings have tonight been issued for 15

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locations in our area, including Burringham and Gunness on the River

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Trent, Cleethorpes, Grimsby and Humberston in North East

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Lincolnshire. Boston and Freiston in Lincolnshire. This is the most

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serious level of alert which the Environment Agency can assign and

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indicates a "danger to life". Leanne Brown is in Cleethorpes for us

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tonight where people living by the Humber Estuary are being warned they

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may need to leave their homes. What are people being told? Well, people

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are being told to get ready tonight. A tidal surge is due this evening,

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any time between now and nine o'clock. If our cameraman can show

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you, the sea levels are starting to rise here. It is at the stage where

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the sea is at the same level as the pavement. It is rising every second

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here. Further up along the coast, residents near Humberston have been

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told to leave their homes by seven o'clock. I have just been told that

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they are under three feet of water in some parts. Humberside police

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have declared an emergency. Tonight it's all about taking the

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right precautions. In Hull, the tidal barrier was lowered to protect

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the city. All along the coast, people are bracing themselves for

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flooding from the sea. Sirens in Grimsby and Cleethorpes warn of the

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threat from the Humber. I was not expecting the water to be two metres

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higher than usual. It is quite worrying, actually. I have run the

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council and they are not providing sandbags to anyone, which I think is

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ridiculous. In low`lying parts of the SG, water had already started

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overtopping the sea wall. Residents were hoping sandbags would protect

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them. Normally, this water would just be entered the salt marshes and

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the grass. But it could be another five or ten minutes before this road

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is inundated with saltwater. It all started this morning, with high

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winds reaching 70mph. This building on Clough road in Hull collapsed

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seconds before someone was due to get in one of the cars that was

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crushed. He had been in the shop. He came back to the car to get his

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money, and then went back to the shop, and that is how he managed to

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miss getting squashed. We have got a wall which has collapsed. I am led

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to believe that the roller shutter door to the property was open, and

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the wind direction forced it in through the roller shutter door,

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resulting in a total collapse of the end wall, as you can see. Several

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trees also came down in Louth, on the A18 near Grimsby, and residents

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helped remove this in Whotton. I friend of mine asked if I could

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bring a trailer and a couple of chainsaws and we have been here for

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two hours trying to clear the road, with the police, waiting for the

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council to turn up. His lorry toppled over on the A181 near

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Scunthorpe. The Humber Bridge has had difficulties all day. It was

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closed for a time to all traffic. Volunteers working at Humber Rescue

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said the weather was the worse they had ever seen ` and they were

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getting prepared. I was very surprised this morning when we came

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down. The conditions are very dangerous down there at the moment.

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We have got a flood response team which is able to respond anywhere in

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the area. Particular dangers are that waves, if people are down at

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beach level, or on the promenade, they could get washed into the sea.

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Waves are very unpredictable and they can catch you completely

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unawares. Cars float very easily when a wave comes over, people get

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washed off their feet in very shallow water. Just stay well clear,

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is the message. The next few hours will be critical, with high tide

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along the east coast. It is only then that we will find out whether

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the preparations have been enough. The leader of the council here has

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just joined me on the seafront. What is the council doing tonight? We are

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working with the emergency services to keep people safe. People are

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coming down here to watch it. If you are doing that, do it from the high

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ground. If not, listen to the media, and if you are asked to move

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upstairs, please do so. I will have a further update for you later

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caravan parks and other businesses along the coast have also been

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preparing for sea levels which could be as high as those during the

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floods of 1953. Sarah Caulker has spent the day in Lincolnshire. And

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she sends this response. Just stepping outside today was at times

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incredibly difficult. Strong winds, large waves, mixed with high spring

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tides, meaning the Lincolnshire coast is bracing itself for

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flooding. At this caravan park in Sutton on Sea, residents were

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evacuating this morning. I will take refuge and probably go around to my

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brother's, further inland, in Mablethorpe, and take a few

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possessions with me. Valuables, probably. I will retire to a safer

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place. Further down the coast, those at this care at home in Skegness

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have moved themselves and their belongings to the first floor. We do

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not know what is going to happen, so we have to take precautions. We have

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got these weak residents. An emergency control centre has been

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set up in Lincoln to monitor sea levels and check defences. The

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latest information is that we are likely to get some localised

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flooding, which is why some people should consider evacuating now. Just

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metres from the seafront, businesses in Mablethorpe are preparing for the

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worst. My boss has had us moving stuff around, getting damage

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limitation, just in case. A lot of people are referring to the floods

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from me 50 years ago. Customers are concerned that it is not going to

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hold. People have been coming to have a look at the rough seas

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tonight. Winds have been picking up in Mablethorpe throughout the day,

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and there are warnings that in some parts, sea levels could get as high

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as those during the devastating floods of 1953. Of course, flood

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defences built since then mean this area is now much better protected.

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And for those living behind the flood wall and below the sea level,

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they are getting ready for peak tides, which are expected in the

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next hour. Not surprisingly, there are big

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travel problems as well. It is a changing situation. At the moment,

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there are several problems for motorists. In North Lincolnshire, a

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lorry has blown off a motorway. The M62 is also closed westbound due to

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an overturned lorry on the Ouse Bridge. One lane of the M18

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northbound is closed because of an overturned lorry . for rail

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passengers, all services in and out of Hull were cancelled from 4.30

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this afternoon. For the latest on the flooding, I am

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joined in the studio by Oliver Harmer, from the environment agency.

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How serious is this situation? It is very serious, it is an unfolding

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situation. We have got the most severe tidal surge event for at

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least 60 years. We have got sea levels and wave conditions which we

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have not seen for a long time. We have got a significant number of

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severe flood warnings out to communities. We are particularly

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concerned in Cleethorpes and Grimsby, along the River Trent, in

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Boston in Lincolnshire and in parts of East Yorkshire and Hull. Best

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advice for people who live in those areas, who are close to the rivers

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or to the scene? If you receive a flood warning from us, please take

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urgent action, take this seriously. We are trying to protect your

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property and yourself. It is a very serious situation, it is a huge

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public safety risk. So please, whatever you do, stay away from the

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shoreline, do not go near flood defences. A small amount of flood

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water can be very dangerous. It can wash people off their feet and they

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can get swept out to sea. It can be very damaging if you are driving. I

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have been hearing that some people have been offered the chance to move

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out of their house, if that is put to them, should they take up the

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offer? Absolutely. It is really important that everyone follows the

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advice of the emergency services. Do you get the sense that people are

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listening? We do. We believe people are listening. If you are not sure,

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please take any flood warning seriously. You can get the absolute

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latest information on the environment agency website. All of

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the local councils have information on their websites, as do the police.

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We are all working together to protect as many people as we

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possibly can. That was Oliver Harmer from the Environment Agency. We

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would like to hear from you. Maybe you have already moved out for the

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night. There are lots of ways in which you can get in touch.

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In a moment... We look at how the bad weather has affected the opening

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day of the 31st Lincoln Christmas Market.

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Many businesses in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire have given a

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cautious welcome to a promise from the Chancellor to lower their rates.

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In today's Autumn Statement, George Osborne announced that small firms

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will get a discount on their business rates and future increases

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will be capped at 2%. Supporters of green energy on the Humber have

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welcomed the news that more government subsidies are to be given

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to the offshore wind industry. More from our political editor, Tim

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Iredale. The Chancellor's recipe for economic

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recovery isn't to everyone's taste. And many people weren't in the mood

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for political waffle today. Many small firms say they are being

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crippled by rising business rates. East Yorkshire`based cake maker Judy

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Newlove has been campaigning for a freeze in the charges. Every retail

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premise in England with a rateable value of up to ?50,000 will get a

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discount on their business rates. This discount will be worth ?1000.

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The Chancellor responded by announcing a cap on rates, which

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will be limited to 2% next year, and businesses will be able to pay over

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12 months instead of the current ten. I do think that he is taking

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some steps towards helping small business and extending some of the

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small business rate relief et. Not that that elevates us, because, as

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an owner of three shops, we do not benefit from that. As part of

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attempts to keep energy bills down, the Chancellor has scrapped some

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green levies and confirmed that government subsides will in future

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favour the offshore wind industry rather than onshore wind farms.

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Parish council chairman Cheryl Warwick has been campaigning against

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a turbine development at Gayton Le Marsh near Louth.

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It is going to be dependent on how big the reduction in the subsidy is.

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If it is a token reduction, then I do not think developers will be put

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off at all. They will continue to go ahead and put in applications, and

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build their wind turbines. This is what the Government wants to see,

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shoppers out spending money, as they are doing here in Lincoln, and a

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feel`good factor returning to our economy. Do you feel better off as a

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result of what you have heard from the Chancellor today? Not really. I

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have found out that I have to work until I am six D9. Each week is

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petrol, just general everyday life. `` until I am 69. Some will say bah

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humbug, but as the economy improves, the Chancellor will be hoping that

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more of us will have reason to indulge in a bit of festive cheer.

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And Tim is live in Lincoln for us this evening. So, what has been the

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reaction from our MPs to the Autumn Statement? Government minister and

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Grant MP Nick Bowles tweeted that motorists would be better off as a

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result of the fuel duty increase not going ahead. He also said town

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centres would improve with a government plan to offer rate relief

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to firms which occupy previously unoccupied shops. However, Karl

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Turner, the Labour MP for whole East, says the Chancellor has got no

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reason to be optimistic. Wages are going down, prices are going up and

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the average family is ?1600 a year worse off than they were three years

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ago. So, the reaction along party lines, as always.

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Still coming up on the programme... Hull City are down to 12 in the

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Premier League. Let's get the very important weather

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forecast tonight. Obviously a very serious situation developing along

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our coastal strip. Met Office have still got a strong wind warning in

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coastal areas. Let's see what has been happening today. 74mph at

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Scampton. These are the gusts above 60mph. So, it was a severe gale. And

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of course that is what is causing the tidal surge down the North Sea.

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Tomorrow thankfully looks a lot better. The wind will begin to

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Newington ease. You can see far fewer isobars for tomorrow. `` the

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wind will continue to ease. We have still got gale force winds in

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coastal areas, but very gradually, they will be easing this evening.

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Weather`wise, a few local showers are possible, otherwise it is dry

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and clear. So, the sun will rise in the morning at about eight o'clock.

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Your next high water times, crucial information, of course... We have

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still got the high tide to come up the Humber and down the Lincolnshire

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coast, into Norfolk, and then we have got another high tide just

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before breakfast time in the morning. Weather`wise, that is the

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only good news I can offer, because it is going to be dry and sunny.

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Watch out for icy patches first thing in the morning, but lots of

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sunshine. It will tend to ploughed over from the West. Temperatures

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very much on the cold side. `` it will tend to cloud over from the

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west. The bad weather has also affected the opening day of this

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year's Fijalek. Many stalls have had to take special precautions to cope

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with the high winds. The opening of Lincoln Castle, which hails the

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start of the market, was also postponed until this evening. Gemma

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Dawson reports. Earlier, traders had to battle the winds, using weights

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to secure their stalls. For these first`time traders, it ended`up

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being a race to get ready. We set the stall up yesterday and we came

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in this morning to find it just next to the Cathedral! At midday, crowds

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gathered outside the castle, waiting to be among the first to see the

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stalls inside, only to be stopped at the gate due to safety concerns. It

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finally opened nearly five hours later. We have got to make sure that

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it is a safe environment. There were some issues about scaffolding, and

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making that secure. It has taken us a little while to get it sorted, but

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people can now go in and enjoy the atmosphere. 250,000 people are

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expected to pass through this gateway over the next few days to

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see the stalls inside the castle. And traders here are hoping visitors

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are in the mood to spend. We come every year and thoroughly enjoyed

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ourselves and we have visitors that come up from Sussex are specially

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for the event, because it is so enjoyable grubby it is fantastic we

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have been here all day today, it has been a super day. That's good news

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for local microbrewer Steve Marston. He has grown up with the market, but

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this is his first year selling his beer at the event. We have got about

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80 casks of beer ready to go. If we go through all of that, fantastic.

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If we go through only ten, fantastic. It is a bit of a gamble.

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But hopefully the gamble will payoff for stall holders. Now, the market

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is at last fully open for business. Organisers are hoping it will be

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more calm over the next few days. So, despite a wet and windy start,

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the market is now open for business. By the way, a car park in the centre

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of Lincoln has been reopened today as well. 300 of its 440 spaces have

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been reopened, after it has been closed or nine months for urgent

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repair work. Two historic buildings in

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Lincolnshire appear on BBC One tonight. Restoring England's

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Heritage will look at the Moulton Mill in Spalding and the Ice Factory

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in Grimsby. I spoke to the programme's presenter, Jon Sergeant,

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and started by asking him what impressed him so much when he

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visited Moulton Mill. Well, I suppose the sales were up, and this

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year, they managed to produce flour jig for the first time since the

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1890s. Very much history alive and well at Moulton Mill. I think it is

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a tremendous project. There is something about windmills which

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excites people. It is not just that they are replica, and people think

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about them as an old, old building, but to see them working is quite

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something. It also drags people to an area as a tourist attraction,

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doesn't it? It does. I think people are more and more aware nowadays

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that if you are not careful, everywhere looks the same. High

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streets have got the same chain stores. So, if you have got

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something special in your area, take sure that you keep it, restore it

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and pay for it. At Moulton Mill they have got these to rivet volunteers.

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That is what pleased me when I went there. You thought, they deserve a

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proper meal, and now they have got one. `` terrific volunteers. How

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important is it to get these old buildings restored? It is very

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important. In terms of Grimsby history, you cannot understand the

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fishing industry unless you realise how important the Ice Factory was.

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It was the biggest of its kind in the world. In about 1902, when they

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built it, and had these extraordinary, great big machines to

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compress the ammonia gas. You will know the principles of it, but you

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can press the gas, it then becomes a liquid, and when that liquid

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evaporates, the cooling process gets under way. But to see how it was

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done is really quite something, and even in its dilapidated state, you

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do get an excitement moving around among those big machines, which are

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going to be restored. We look forward to seeing the programme

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tonight. And you can watch Restoring England's Heritage on BBC One

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tonight at half past seven. Hull City are down to 12th in the

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Premier League after their 2`0 defeat against the league leaders

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Arsenal last night. The Tigers conceded an early goal and never

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recovered, as Amanda White reports. After Sunday's win over Liverpool,

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the result at the Emirates was by no means a certainty. But in the end,

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the league leaders prevailed. Nicholas Payne not put Arsenal ahead

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after just two minutes. At Hull City did not capitulate. Arsenal scored

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one more in the second half, through Mesut Ozil. The final score was 2`0.

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The last thing you need when you are coming here is to concede after a

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minute. When their tails are up, they are a very difficult side to

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play against, because of the sheer quality. Thankfully we stuck at it,

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which we needed to, otherwise it could have been one of those

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embarrassing evenings, where you do question yourself. The Tigers face

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11th placed Swansea in south Wales next Monday. Let's go back to our

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top story, the high tides and the winds which are moving through east

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Yorkshire and Lincolnshire this evening just as I say, Leanne Brown

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is in Cleethorpes. What conditions are they expecting in the next

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couple of hours? Well, Peter, the CE is continuing to rise here. I have

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just got an update for you `` the sea `` from just up the coast, one

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village has been flooded, I am told. People are also being moved from

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their homes just to the east of Hull. But as the North Sea rises

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here, so do the levels in the Humber estuary. And I am told there is

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flooding on the roads in Victoria dock and in other areas. Your local

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radio stations will keep you up`to`date with the latest

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information. So, the latest flooding information is on your local radio

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station. Those radio stations are staying on air until ten o'clock

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tonight. The next few hours are crucial. The hype `` the high tide

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times are fast approaching. Our main headlines... The UK is battered by a

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poll. And, two people are killed. Thousands living on the coast warned

:25:57.:26:00.

that they may have to leave their homes as a major emergency operation

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is under way. Tomorrow's weather, dry and bright with long spells of

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sunshine. It will be cold. Don't forget your local radio

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station, and be safe tonight. Two says, how come we are on high alert,

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we are backing being evacuated, and yet we are not being provided with

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any sandbags? This one says, we are pensioners and can do little other

:26:38.:26:42.

than going upstairs. Here is hoping. Another one on Twitter says, the

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sirens go off and they say, take urgent action, but nobody has told

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us what to do. We do not have a car. Where do we go? Malcolm says, I can

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not believe how money families are walking towards the promenade to see

:26:55.:26:58.

the sea crashing against the beach wall. I am not sure exactly where

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Malcolm is. But we heard the advice, do not do that. Sandra lives in

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Hessle, on the foreshore, just opposite the car park. She says, sea

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water from the Humber is now coming up Cliff Road. She says, my husband

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has just gone out to move our car to the top of this road. It is very

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scary. I have lived there for 13 years and have never seen anything

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like it, not even in 2007. John says, I live in Cleethorpes, and I

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am sickened that the council has not provided sandbags or information

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about where I can get them from. This is so`called help. Good night.

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