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me, and on BBC One we now join the BBC's news teams where you

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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North. The headlines tonight...

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Human remains found in Russia could be the crew of a Hull trawler that

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sank 40 years ago. The hope is that somebody, somewhere, will be able to

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lay their relatives to rest in dignity.

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He wanted 1,000 volunteers to come forward ` tonight Lincolnshire's

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Police Commissioner welcomes six new unpaid recruits.

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The Christmas dinner ruined by last week's flooding ` and the business

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stepping in to make sure the celebrations still go ahead.

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We meet the man who shares his home with 1,700 gnomes.

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And there is some dense fog around across parts of Lincolnshire and

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Norfolk. That will clear up. Join me later for the forecast.

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Good evening. Families face an agonising wait to

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learn if human remains which have been discovered in Russia are those

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of crew members of the Hull trawler, Gaul, which sank in heavy seas

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almost 40 years ago. 36 men were lost when the ship sank in the

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Barents Sea off the Norwegian coast in February 1974. Bodies were washed

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up in the Murmansk region of Russia over the following 18 months and

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they've now been discovered by scientists. The crew's families will

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now provide information and DNA to help identify the bodies. Jo Makel

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reports. Could remains found in northern

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Russia be those of crew members from this sunken ship, the Gaul? It's

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thought they washed up on the Murmansk coastline in the months

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after the ship sank and lay there for decades covered with rocks.

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There are remains of between five and ten men. The Russian authorities

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and Humberside Police are now trying to work out if they are from the

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Gaul. It would be reasonable to assume that bodies from a ship that

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sank in the area that the Gaul sank in could wash ashore in this area.

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That is not to say that these remains are the remains of crew

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members. We have a series of tests to be undertaken before we could

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make any further comment or establish any more information about

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that. Relatives of the Gaul crew in Hull have agreed to have DNA samples

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taken so comparisons can be made. The hope is that somebody,

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somewhere, will be able to lay their relatives to rest with dignity and

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in a manner that befits them. We have a rip in the timeline of our

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family which can never be patched up. I am pleased in one sense that

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it looks as if this could be a breakthrough. The families I have

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already spoken to, there is mixed emotions. There is a real feeling

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that all this could have happened earlier. Questions have always

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surrounded the fate of the Gaul crew. In 1974 when the ship sank,

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officials blamed heavy seas. But this was the height of Cold War.

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Some thought it was targeted as a spy ship. The families hoped for

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answers when the wreck was found in 1997. Two years later, some remains

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were exhumed in Russia but they weren't Gaul crew members. And in

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2002, the remains of four crew men were recovered from the wreck,

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although no other bodies were found. When a fresh public inquiry in 2004

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again dismissed the spying claims and found the ship was overcome,

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some still had doubts. 40 years since the `` since the Gaul left the

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fish stocks of Hull, its fate is still surrounded by injury. This

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latest development will bring a mix of emotions for the families and

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also months of waiting for an answer.

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A little earlier I spoke to former Hull East MP, Lord Prescott, who

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commissioned a survey of the Gaul wreck in 1999. He gave me his

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reaction to the news. Well, it is a curious one. Since relatives want to

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know what happened in the end, the pilot `` the possibility that this

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could be the remains of people from the Gaul, at least we can address

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that. Hopefully, they are. Then we can go through the proper

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ceremonies. How do you think the relatives will be feeling? Will it

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help? I think it is `` I think it will. It is a highly personalised

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thing. People want to know what happens to the ship. We now know

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that because of the enquiries I brought in. But what happened to the

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crew men who died at sea? If these are the ones, it will bring closure.

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There will be uncertainty until we know for sure. Can you speed up the

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procedure so it is done as quickly as possible? I think the Humberside

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Police working with the Foreign Office and the Russian authorities

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have done their best. We have not yet completed the full examination

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to establish whether they are the ones from the Gaul. I want to thank

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the Russian authorities. I approached the Russian Prime

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Minister to ask them to open a grave. It did not turn out to be one

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of the crew men, but they have continued and hopefully we have

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found that they are the remains and we can give a proper burial. Could

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you have imagined, when this happened, that we would be talking

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about it nearly 40 years later? Yes, it is quite remarkable, isn't it? It

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was the Russian Prime Minister who replace Dashiell explained to me

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that it was difficult to dig in that part of the country. `` the Russian

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Prime Minister who explained to me that it was difficult to dig. There

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were a lot of rocks which are quite common in that part of the country.

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So after 40 years, I hope the relatives, who are the important

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ones, feel that if it least it is the Gaul, we can give them a proper

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burial. Lord Prescott, thank you very much.

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We will continue to follow that story.

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In a moment, we're with an unsung hero as he prepares for his night

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out with Britain's sporting superstars.

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The first six of what could be 1,000 police volunteers are being welcomed

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into the Lincolnshire force this evening. The Police and Crime

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Commissioner Alan Hardwick is asking people to work for free as he aims

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to manage a shrinking budget while making police more visible across

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the county. Opponents say the money would be better spent employing

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police officers. Amanda White reports.

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PCSOs have become the modern`day bobby on the beat. Criticised by

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some as policing on the cheap, they're about to get cheaper. In

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Lincolnshire they want 250 people to do it for free. Volunteer PCSOs are

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not policing on the cheap. Their presence on the streets of

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Lincolnshire, starting in 2014, will enhance the policing of this county

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and will help the county be the safest in which to live. Alan

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Hardwick is looking to recruit a total of 1,000 volunteers at

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Lincolnshire Police. 250 of these will be Volunteer Police and

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Community Support Officers. If this is achieved the cost to Lincolnshire

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Police will be ?150,000. Today's lunch time panel on BBC Radio

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Lincolnshire need to be convinced it'll work. Presumably, there will

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be a cost associated with training them. So it is not as if it is

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completely cost free. We have very few people who will volunteer for

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all sorts of other things, why would they want to volunteer to be a PCSO?

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What society wants is more police officers out there on the beat with

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the powers to stop people from committing crime. The voluntary

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PCSOs will have the same job as paid officers but they will have `` they

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will give hours in the week free. There are major reservations about

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the plan. It is a dire indictment of the way the government has treated

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the police. It has taken money out of the forces, and we have to look

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for volunteers I would prefer police officers. But new volunteers are

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coming forward and they will be officially welcomed into the force.

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The Deputy Chief Constable of Lincolnshire Force, Keith Smy is at

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Police Headquarters. Bearing in mind what we just heard, is this policing

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on the chief `` policing on the cheap? No, not at all. It is an

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opportunity to invest some upfront money in relation to recruiting,

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equipment and training volunteers. And thereafter, very quickly, that

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return on investment is a superb return. For every ?1 spent, will get

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ten or ?15 back. The aim is to get 1000 volunteers by 2015. How will

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you find the other 988? We have over 450 volunteers with us already. It's

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essential number of special constables, police cadets and adult

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volunteers. This is a new initiative to look at a new type of volunteer

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to support our police community support officers. If it will cost

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?150,000, some people would say that it will be better to get police

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officers. The Commissioner has made it clear that even with a tight

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budget he will sustain `` sustain the number of police officers and

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police staff for a few years. He has made additional money available to

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test this investment. But you would not have chosen this, yet `` it has

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been forced upon you? No, I disagree. I am an advocate of the

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engagement of the community in volunteering in public services. I

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have been a supporter of the special Constabulary for my entire 29 years

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of service. We have always had volunteers assisting us over a wide

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range of services. Neighbourhood watch, speed watch... Is it not

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undermining the existing PCSOs by saying they could get people to work

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for nothing? Then they will be at risk anyway? No, I'm firmly opposed

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to that suggestion. Our strategic partners have pledged not to

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undermine employed staff. This is additional expansion, development of

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a range of services for our community. Thank you very much. My

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pleasure. What do you think? Do you think Lincolnshire Police are right

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to ask for volunteers as a way of dealing with the budget squeeze?

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Would you be unhappy with underpaid PCSOs working for Lincolnshire

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Police? If you want to comment on this, contact us.

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Up to 100 jobs could come to Grimsby as the renewables capital of the UK.

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Dong Energy has today signed an agreement with ABP to locate its

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offshore wind operations in Grimsby. It's hoped the move will create jobs

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and pave the way for a new harbour and pontoon facilities within the

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town's Royal Dock. The schools inspector, Ofsted, says

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that some children in the Yorkshire and the Humber Region are lagging

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behind by the rest of the country. Only 74% of children are at primary

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schools considered "good" or "better". In the East Riding of

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Yorkshire and North East Lincolnshire more than half of

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pupils are in schools which are classed as "not yet good". We are

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getting left behind. If we want to compete as a country, complete

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economic league and socially, we have to make sure everybody gets a

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decent education and we have high standards for all. It is not

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happening everywhere at the moment. The system in general is improving.

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Controversial car parking charges introduced in East Lindsey just

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seven months ago are being reviewed. It comes after residents and

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businesses in the area criticised the changes. The District Council

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says it will consider two`hour free parking and permit schemes as part

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of the review. Hundreds of thousands of pounds is

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being spent in East Yorkshire to combat what is seen as one of the

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most serious health conditions facing the planet. World leaders

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have been meeting in London to consider how to deal with the growth

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in dementia cases. In this area many people remain undiagnosed and one

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Professor has expressed concern that there isn't enough support for

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people with the condition. Our Health Correspondent Vicky Johnson

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has more. Dementia is a big problem in Hull.

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But poor diagnosis rates mean more than half those with the condition

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do not even realise. In UK's every four microseconds. Today, world

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leaders have been discussing how to fund research for a cure, and how to

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prevent it. Crucially, helping those who have dementia to live well and

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with dignity. This woman and her husband were among the lucky ones.

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He was diagnosed early. They both get lots of support. We go dancing,

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we go on trips to Whitby and two places. `` and two places. It is

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having something to look forward to and knowing the support is there at

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the same time that helps. Hundreds of thousands of pounds has been

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committed to improve diagnosis rates and raise awareness. We will also do

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something around the end of the year about being a dementia friendly

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city. It is important that if you are in a bank or in a supermarket

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you can spot the signs of dementia and help somebody do their business.

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But the system is already under pressure. Some fear that if

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diagnosis rates increase, it could be at the expense of support with

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those already with the condition. There are a lot of risks of making

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diagnosis, perhaps making those who are eligible and anti`Tim entered

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drug. Not all people with dementia are eligible. `` and anti`dementia

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drug. Then send them back to their GP when they need more than that.

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The priority here is encouraging those with the disease to lead a

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happy and fulfilling life as much as possible.

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It is 6:45pm. Still ahead, the hotel stepping in to save Christmas dinner

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for some of our's flood victims. And I am an Alford to find out who

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shares his home with all of these gnomes.

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Short objects still to come on the programme tonight. But before then,

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this is Digby Fenn. Thank you very much for that picture.

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My grandma has an old cookbook from the 1970s, says this viewer. At

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Christmas it is not unusual to find Peter slightly tipsy in the studio,

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not sure if it is the record going round, or himself.

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That was from 90s `` from donkeys years ago.

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In the next 24 hours, changing. Patchy rain. A big change in the

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weather conditions. Goodbye to the high pressure and hello to the West.

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Westerly 's will dominate the second half of December. At times, we will

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have heavy rain and strong winds. But it will not be all doom and

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gloom. There will be some brightness. A big change to more

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typical December weather. Frog is the main is you at the moment.

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Across Norfolk, southern part of Lincolnshire. That frog is pretty

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dense. Do take care on the roads. Very slowly, the cloud will push in

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from the south`west. The breeze will pick up, too. That should pick up

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the fog. The sun will rise in the morning at these times. And these

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are the high water times. A dry start, perhaps a bright start and

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praises. `` in places. There will be some patchy rain heading in from

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that direction. Amounts will be small. Most places stay dry.

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Afternoon temperatures will feel quite chilly even though values are

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above where we have been today. There will be a blustery south`west

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wind. Friday not looking too clever. Cloudy with further outbreaks of

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rain. Saturday will be the best day of the weekend. That is the

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forecast. You can drive me to drink, working with you every night!

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I thought you were about to show and a bad thing picture. I got of quite

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likely `` quite live `` I got of quite like to leave.

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The winner of the unsung is `` the Unsung Hero award is Neil Kelsey. He

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will take his place at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year

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ceremony which is being held in Leeds on Sunday night.

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Today's school assembly at Bricknell Primary and guest of honour is

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Unsung Hero award winner Neil Kelsey. He coaches at the school and

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the children have much to say about him and his prospect of winning the

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Unsung Hero award at Sports Personality of the Year. I think he

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will do well, he has a good chance. Really good. Excellent. I think he

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has a really good chance of winning because he is a really good coach. I

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think he will definitely do well. It will be exciting for everyone to

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watch and exciting for him as well. Neal Kelsey won the award for years

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of dedicated service to basketball in Hull and the East Riding of

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Yorkshire. He is bouncing with delight at the prospect of beating

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stars like Jessica Ennis`Hill and Sir Bradley Wiggins at the sports

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personality awards in Leeds. I'm looking forward to it. My son is

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coming with me. personality awards in Leeds. I'm

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looking forward to it. My son is We are sports fanatics and we will have

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a wonderful day. Today, Bricknell Primary gave Neal a wonderful

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sendoff before his big day. He is engaging children who may not be

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naturally sporty and may not be what Ashton may not want to be involved.

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He is also incredibly good at taking the gifted and talented children and

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turning them into enthusiastic sportspeople. Whether he wins on

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Sunday or not, with these pupils, Neil Kelsey is already a winner.

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Good luck to him for Sunday night. You can see the BBC Sports

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Personality of the Year on Sunday from 7:40pm. It is from late this

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year. Hull City has confirmed that it has

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sent a letter to the FA asking for a name change. Assem Allam, the owner,

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has confirmed he wants the club to be known as Hull Tigers from next

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year despite fan protest. The rivers or we will be considered in April. A

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baby `` the proposal will be considered.

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A baby penguin has been born in Texas.

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The baby, Gentoo, will join other penguins in the polls next year. It

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is a nervous wait. In the first few days, any baby animal is delicate.

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But the news that we have hatched a baby check is exciting but we have

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to wait until things develop. Last week's floods caused problems

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for people in this region but many have been heartened by the kindness

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they received from strangers. Dozens of pensioners will serve Christmas

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dinner by a local hotel after the Age UK centre had to close because

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of flood damage. In the surroundings of Hull's Royal

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hotel, the food has been donated. Nowadays, it is easy to focus on

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profit but there are other things which are extremely important. We

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work with various other people throughout the year in terms of the

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local community. Today's diners are especially grateful. I did think,

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someone has put in a lot of effort. They were saying do it after

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Christmas, but it's not the same. People are tucking into turkey here.

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People who thought their Christmas dinner had been cancelled. Several

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feet of water flooded Hull City centre on Thursday night. The Age UK

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centre was one of the victims. We had six parties books `` are booked

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and people `` hundreds of people who would have been attending. We have

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been able to get people down to the hotel. It is wonderful, the

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community spirit that has enabled people to pull together and give old

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people a meal before Christmas. There are other examples of how the

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weather has brought out the best in people. In Boston, food parcels have

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been put together and presents donated for those suffering. There

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is a presentation at the Christmas dinner for the best`known

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fundraiser. But the ladies are also grateful for the meal. When they

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said we could have it in the town, it was lovely, everybody cheered up.

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Once I take this costume off, I will enjoy my dinner. And thanks to the

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kindness shown here, she's not the only one.

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Well done to the hotel. Lots of people enjoy hobbies when they get

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home from work. Some people enjoy football and lots of people are

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collectors. But very few are like Ron Broomfield.

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Meet Ron Broomfield. No one is a bigger fan of these little men with

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pointy hats than him. Gnomes are fantastic. Always happy`go`lucky.

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You go around, never know what you will find. Different characters. Ron

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takes pride in his collection and he says many people come to see his

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gnomes. He has got big ones, small ones and even royal ones. I feel a

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tad underdressed to be in the company of no royalty. Ron has 1700

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gnomes and he has been collecting them for 50 years. Ron even keeps a

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record of all his gnomes. But there are still a couple he wants. There

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were two doing the leapfrog. And there were some tug`of`war gnomes

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which I was hoping to get. I always keep looking out to see if I can

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find something a little different to what I have got. I think it is it

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obvious what Ron will be looking for for Christmas. He assures me there

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is room for a few additions. And well done to Ron and Gemma. And

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good evening to Ron's neighbour. Let's recap the main headlines.

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?21 million fine for putting staff under too much pressure at Lloyd's.

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Families which you learn if human relic `` human remains discovered in

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Russia are members of the goal which sank 40 years ago.

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Becoming dry and bright. Temperatures around nine Celsius. A

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change coming to rain. The volunteers that we were talking

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about earlier from Lincolnshire Police.

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Terry says, of course this is policing on the cheap. They are not

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even trained properly. Sarah says I was a police constable

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on Humberside. They are a massive past of the police family. `` a

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massive part. But we need more officers as well. Laura on twitter

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says that the volunteer PCSO has the same pressures as paid staff, it is

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criminal. This is not `` this is anonymous,

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from a PCSO. I do not agree with volunteers, we

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get slated enough and not being a proper copper.

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And finally, the authorities can say what they like, but this is policing

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on the cheap. What next, cardboard Bobbies? Join me on the radio if you

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can. Good night.

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