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Hello. Good evening. You're watching BBC Look North. The headlines

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tonight: Money off your fuel bill ` to have a wind farm near your home.

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If the offer had been made after the planning application, it would have

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been fine. Figures show one in five people in

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this area are drinking too much. Anger that just one broken`down

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vehicle can cause hours of gridlock in Hull. I want to be a red arrows

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pilot when I grow up. And the letter which lead to an

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online hunt for one of the Red Arrows' biggest fans. I never

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thought this would happen, and it was amazing how they found me. Join

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me for the detailed five day forecast shortly.

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People in an East Yorkshire village are among the first in the country

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to be offered money off their fuel bills if a wind farm is built near

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their homes. But some claim that the ?167 a year discount amounts to

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bribery. The idea is backed by the Government, despite ministers saying

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they now prefer wind turbines at sea instead of on land.

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Leanne Brown has spent the day in the village of Hutton Cranswick near

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Driffield and sent this report. There are 56 wind turbines currently

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in operation in East Yorkshire. Today, villagers didn't seem to

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impressed with the offer of a reduction in their energy bills. I

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am worried about the roads and the children. The company has starting

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to offer people a discount on electricity. Would that change your

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mind? No, it wouldn't. What are your main objections? You have got a bed

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century there as well. I think it would interfere. Also, I don't like

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the look of them. There will be so many lorries going in and out of the

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village, I do not think the road is built for it.

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The developers Renewable Energy Systems want to build the turbines

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on this land between Hutton Cranswick and Watton. This farmer

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who owns the land says they're needed. It is powering a lot of

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ohms. There would the traffic, but it is a short space of time.

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But the chairman of the parish council says they are using

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underhand tactics to get people on side. If the offer had been made at

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the planning application had gone through, it would have been fine.

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Before, I think it is a bribe to get people on site.

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The Government backs these types of incentives. Sancton got a village

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hall with ?60,000 of investment when five turbines were built. The

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company says they're offering imediate benefits due to local

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demand. People have asked us directly, is there anything you can

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do with regard to reducing electricity bills? It is by no means

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a bribe. With the rising cost of energy concentrate in the headlines

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at the moment, people in villages like this one face the dilemma of

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lower bills versus what some would call a blot on the landscape.

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Residents will find out their faith in the spring of next year. `` find

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out their fate. I spoke to Maf Smith from the

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organisation Renewables UK, which speaks for companies in the wind and

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tidal energy industry. I asked him if communities were being bribed?

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These are voluntary measures. These are the result of people talking and

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coming to an agreement about what is best. It is separate from the

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planning process. Call it an incentive or a sweetly, call it what

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you like, there will be a perception from some that support is trying to

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be bought. Essentially, we are responding to people. Do you think

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?167 is enough to persuade people to accept the fact that landscape could

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be changed for ever? If you ask people what they think about wind

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energy, people support the development of eight, one people

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support it near their homes in almost any other technology. The

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majority of people say, letters have wind. These schemes show how the

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companies can work together. The onshore wind industry sets aside

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millions of pounds of government subsidies which will now go to the

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offshore sector, so will we see more fans get in their cheque`books out

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to try to persuade people to go ahead with these developments? We

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will see developers engage with the planning process. It is about good

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schemes getting through and getting built. Thank you for your time.

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Thank you. Would you accept money off your fuel

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bill in return for having a wind farm near your house? Should the

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energy companies be able to offer such incentives?

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The hunt for cheap energy could see companies drilling for large

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reserves in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire as early as next

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summer. The Government's asking them to bid for licences, including

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permits for extracting gas from the rocks beneath our feet, in a

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controversial process called fracking. Caroline Bilton explains.

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This map shows the areas where companies already have licences to

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drill for oil and gas in the UK. The black areas show parts of east

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Yorkshire and Lincolnshire where all companies hold licenses. As of next

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summer, the red area will be opened up for auction, allowing companies

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to bid for licenses that will give them rights to explore for

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conventional oil and gas, but also shale gas. The government has given

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its clearest indication yet that the gates are open for fracking

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companies to come and explore. We are sitting on top of a lot more

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shale than we thought possible. We want companies to get on and see if

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they can get it out as easily as it is in the United States, where it

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has made a huge difference to their economy and to household bills. It

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is the geology of this region that makes it so appealing to oil and gas

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companies. It is believed there was huge potential here for conmen shall

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oil and gas and shale gas, which is extracted using the process of

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fracking. Water, sand and chemicals are pumped into rocks at high

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pressure. Up to 150 applications for shale gas licences are expected

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annually `` nationally. The government says it could relive a

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25% of UK's annual gas needs and provide up to vex 2000 jobs. While

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other campaigners say areas at the wash in Lincolnshire should be

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protected. The question is, is fracking, is it really an

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appropriate thing to do in a protected area that will cause a lot

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of disturbance? It will cause noise, lights, and there is the risk that

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something will go wrong and pollution will occur. A period of

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consultation is taking place, but it is expected there will be a rush for

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licenses when they become available in the summer. It is fairly certain

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that fracking could be coming to an area near you.

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I am sure we will hear more about fracking over the months and years

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to come. Stay with us for Thurday's Look

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North. The 2,000`name petition against

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Grimsby's average speed cameras. Rescuers have carried out two

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searches of the River Trent near Scunthorpe for a missing seaman. He

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fell into the water from a cargo ship last night in stormy weather.

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Simon Spark reports. On the River Trent, the search

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continues from both banks and from the water, but the strength of the

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current means they're searching a huge area in the hope of finding one

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man. It appears the man was carrying out a relatively routine operation

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which went wrong for a second. He was working on the blue vessel you

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can see behind me when he got entangled in votes and fell

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overboard. A helicopter from RAF Leconfield,

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police divers, Humber Rescue and the coast guard have been involved in

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the search, but by mid afternoon today, that was scaled down. Our

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crews are tremendously disappointed. There have been out for many hours.

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It was fruitless. The police and Coastguard are still searching, so

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there is still hope. This relatively young man in his 40s, believed to be

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Russian, has been missing for a full day. He is said to have a wife and

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child who will now, no doubt, the feeling they may never see him

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again. A Government minister has agreed to

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meet a delegation from Hull to discuss proposals for the

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electrification of the rail line from Selby to the city. The Hull

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North MP Diana Johnson is concerned that any improvements won't be made

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before 2017 when Hull becomes UK City of Culture. The Government's

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defended its record on the issue. The last government played Scrooge

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and only collective right `` only electrified a few. This government

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is playing Santa. Transport is looking at electrification. I would

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be happy to meet the honourable lady.

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A 2,000`signature petition is about to be handed in against average

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speed cameras which have caught scores of motorists in Grimsby. The

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cameras on Peaks Parkway cover a 30 mile per hour limit, but the

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campaigners want that raising to 40, something the leader of North East

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Lincolnshire Council has rejected. Phillip Norton is at Grimsby Town

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Hall. Phil, why is there such an outcry about these cameras?

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It is the first time average speed cameras have been used like this in

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this area. Within days of them going live, many motorists were getting

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tickets. Among those to get tickets was the Humberside police and crime

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commission, Matthew go. There has been such an outcry, the feeling is

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that the limited to low and this petition has been collected. They

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are looking at whether potentially the cameras can be removed.

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One in five people are drinking three times more alcohol than health

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experts recommend. That's a figure for Yorkshire and Northern

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Lincolnshire taken from new official statistics. Today, health officials

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set up their own pub in Hull City Centre, only serving alcohol free

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drinks to try to convince drinkers to cut down. Tolu Adeoye reports.

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The alcohol was flowing freely at the Punch Tavern in Hull at midday `

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a busy lunch time less than a week until Christmas. But how much do

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customers here think is a reasonable amount to drink each day? I would

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imagine a couple of pints or a bottle of wine a day would be quite

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OK. If you have worked all week and want to go out and have a good time,

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I think if you are drinking pints, maybe about eight. I think for me

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any more than three points would be too much. The government recommends

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that women drink no more than two or three units a day, and men no more

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than three or four units a day. It is considered to be binge drinking

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if people drink twice the amount recommended in a single sitting.

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Figures released by the Office for National Statistics show that people

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living in the Yorkshire and Humber region drink more than the national

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average. 62% drink on a weekly basis compared to 58% nationally. And one

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in five have more than three times the recommended daily amount on

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their heaviest drinking day. The highest in England.

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To help tackle the problem, round the corner from the Punch, Hull City

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Council set up the Dry Dock Tavern. Crucially, there's no alcohol on

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offer. It is an opportunity to show people in a fun way that they can

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think of different ways of coming out, having a good time and drinking

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nonalcoholic drinks are drinking more safely. As, I think people were

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sick back and realise that they do not have to drink alcohol all the

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time. People have of his partisan things and you don't realise how

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much you are drinking. Has been billed as a fun event. Should we

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take it more seriously? I think you have to get the balance. We are keen

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on people not having a trip to the hospital, or seeing the police.

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So the aim here is clear ` responsible drinking can still be

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fun. Those behind the pop`up bar hope the message will last beyond

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the festive period. But is something else you may want to get in touch

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on. Should we be cutting down on drinking ahead of the festive

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season? Still ahead on tonight's programme:

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each day, he seems to give is another Christmas present.

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The teenager on the slow road to recovery after being knocked from

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his bike five months ago. And a letter which sparked a search for

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the red arrows biggest fan. Alford Mill at sunset taken by Neil

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Poulsom. Red sky at night, you know the rest. I am delighted to say Paul

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Hudson is here. You have not been given an early Christmas getaway

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like some presenters we could mention.

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I thought you had missed that news that Peter is having a day off. I

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merely picked myself up off the floor when I heard that.

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That TV dinner for one will not make itself, you know. Robert said, what

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happened to your prediction of a mini ice age?

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That is the editor of the Daily Express, surely. We will look at the

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headlines. It will cloud over. There will be some very wet and windy

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weather tomorrow evening and tomorrow night, courtesy of this

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vigorous weather system. This is a trough of low pressure which will

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bring showers of hail, rain and even a bit of white snow chiefly over the

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top of the walls. I think the main issue will be the trough moving into

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the North Sea, and there will be ice on untreated surfaces. Temperatures

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coming in on one or two Celsius. The sun will rise at around 8:10am. For

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tomorrow, watch out for ice first thing. The odd shower is possible,

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otherwise a dry and bright morning with sunshine. It will turn to cloud

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over through the afternoon. The patchy outbreaks of rain will become

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heavy and persistence tomorrow night. Top temperatures, it will

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feel quite chilly, despite temperatures being close to average.

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Very wet and windy on Friday night. I think Saturday morning, a risk of

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further outbreaks of rain. Saturday afternoon is brighter. Sunday could

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be the best day of the weekend before you get more wind, rain and

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gale is coming from the West on Monday.

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So just to confirm, no mini ice age on the way?

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I did say over the next decade, not next week.

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Questions are being asked about why just one broken`down vehicle can

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cause gridlock in Hull. On two days this week drivers have faced delays

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of up to an hour. It's been made worse by a two`week long closure of

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a major route into the city. I'll be asking the man in charge of roads

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why it's been so bad. First, this report from Crispin Rolfe who's been

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out on the roads. Queues long after Hull's morning

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rush hour caused along Calvert Lane by Spring Bank West's closure, and

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exacerbated by the city's main road in. A second breakdown on the

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hard`shoulderless A63 this week clogging arterial routes to ongoing

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dismay. I live on Calvert Lane and it is like the M25 at the moment.

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The kids cannot get across to school. If they had closed on

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Friday, everybody would have been on holiday, wouldn't they? The kids

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would have finished school. For bus company EYMS the ongoing

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Springbank West closure to repair a railway bridge has meant scheduled

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u`turns, and disruption. But the company also argues that this is

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part longer term traffic problem. The road network in Hull is not

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brilliant. That is not anybody's fault. The main problem seems to be

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that when the a 63 goes wrong, it merely gridlocked.

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And that's what happened on Tuesday after more of the same on the

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Highways Agency`run road. The organisation today defending an end

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to free recovery on the A63 as being too expensive. Twice this week,

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traffic has been paralysed. The question remains, will coming to

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Hull in future be a cultural experience or merely a congested

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one? So are there any solutions? The

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council hopes improvements to the A63's city centre stretch will make

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a significant difference. The worry for drivers though is that that work

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programme will surely cause more gridlock in the meantime.

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I spoke to Graham Hall, who's in charge of roads at Hull City

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Council, and asked him if he could understand drivers' frustration. I

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certainly can. It is not acceptable when people are sat in queues for a

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number of hours. Was it a mistake for network rail to go ahead with

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this work so soon before Christmas? I don't think so. We didn't plan it

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with them. We have made sure lots of information is out, advised

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motorists to take alternative routes. Unfortunately, earlier this

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week, there was a problem with a broken down lorry which forced many

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motorists is on to the network. We are told it took three hours on

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Tuesday to recover a lorry which had broken down on Castle Street. Is

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that I etc? It is not. We were very surprised. We understand that the

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recovery vehicle came from Doncaster. Many businesses are

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saying that this happens too many times, and the roads surrounding the

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A63 cannot cope. What is a council doing about this? We are trying to

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manage our network using traffic signals, which are dynamic and work

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according to traffic flows. Generally, they can cope, but at

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peak times, when a vehicle breaks down on a road like the A63, which

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has no hard shoulder, inevitably, there will be delays. If this

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happens during 2017, City of Culture year, people will turn around and go

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home. I think that is a very fair point. We'll be looking to try to

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improve instructions so people get advice well in advance, and we will

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have diversionary routes in place. You accept that the transport links

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are woefully inadequate, as one MP said, head of the year of culture?

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Rail could be improved. There resist spot in the city centre, as many

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people so on Tuesday `` there is this tight spot in the city centre.

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That is something we will keep an eye on.

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The family of a teenage boy from Lincolnshire who spent weeks in a

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coma after being knocked off his bike say they've been inspired by

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his determination to recover from a devastating brain injury. Ryan Smith

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from Skegness wasn't wearing a helmet when he was struck by a van

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in July, prompting his family to start a safety campaign. Amy Cole

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reports. Every step is a milestone ` Ryan

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Smith's day is filled with therapy at the children's trust in Surrey.

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For the first time since his accident he shows some movement in

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his left side. Dad Mark is here to witness it. To see that today was

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hugely inspiring. Fantastic. It goes to show his commitment and drive is

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still there. We never doubted that, but you have your dark days. Then I

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fed him that chocolate well and that is the first time I have seen a bite

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down on anything, which is fantastic.

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Ryan was riding his bike when he collided with a van near his home `

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that was five months ago. What makes brain injuries so debilitating is

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that they affect not just the physical but the emotional ` memory,

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personality too. First, you look at the physical side to see if you can

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get them more comfortable, then you can start looking at the essential

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things. We all want to communicate. Ryan's family has been campaigning

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for all cyclists to wear helmets ` their son wasn't when he was

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injured. They hope after this life`changing event he will still go

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on to achieve his goals. In ultimately, he wanted to be an

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engineer. I cannot see anything stopping that one day. The family is

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determined that constant support will make a difference. We hope

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Brian's family can enjoy more inspiring days in the not too

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distant future. Now, a heart`warming story. When a nine`year`old Red

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Arrows enthusiast wrote to the display team to say she was their

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biggest fan and wanted to be a pilot in the future, they wanted to write

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back. The letter, sent to the Reds' base at Scampton in Lincolnshire,

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had no address to reply to. But thanks to the investigative work of

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Red one ` Squadron Leader Jim Turner ` they tracked her down and now

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she'll be meeting the team. Gemma Dawson has the story.

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They have thousands of fans. Many dream of flying one of these famous

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red jets. But to become a Red Arrow takes years of dedication. Here at

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their Lincolnshire base, the pilots receive plenty of fan mail. But

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something made this letter from nine`year`old Tahnee stand out. I

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really wanted be a red arrows pilot when I grow up, I have been working

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hard at school. It was a lovely letter, written very

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well. She is obviously one of those young children inspired by the

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thought of flying aeroplanes of being in the RAF. It hit a nail with

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me because that is how I grew up. There was just one problem with

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Tahnee's letter. She didn't include her address so the Red Arrows

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couldn't write back. But after appealing for help on their Facebook

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page, they tracked down one of their biggest fans. We caught up with

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Tahnee and her mum at this cafe in London. And, as you can see, she's

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pretty dedicated to her dream of joining the display team. Ever since

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I went to begin Hill, I really liked the second macro that I really like

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the Red Arrows. So how does she feel, knowing Red

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one has read her letter and now wants to meet her? I find it

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amazing. I never thought it would happen and it is amazing how they

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found me. Everybody is excited. I don't think whatever Santa brings

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will be quite as good as what has just happened.

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And it's going to get even more exciting. Tahnee's been invited to

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meet the team hopefully at next year's Waddington Air Show. Well

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done to the Red Arrows and their festive good deed.

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Let's get a recap of the national and regional headlines. Two men are

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found guilty of killing leave it be in the middle of a busy London

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street. `` Lee Rigby. And consumers are offered money off

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their electricity bills if they allow wind turbines near their

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homes. We have had a big response on our

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top story. Peter e`mail, saying 100 ?67 is chicken feed compared to the

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farmer will receive `` ?100 is chicken feed. Tony says, fantastic

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idea, please come and built some near me and I will gladly take the

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discount. This That's it from Look North this Thursday night. I'll be

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on BBC Radio Lincolnshire and Radio Humberside from 12 noon tomorrow.

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Have a good evening. Me and Alan don't always

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play by the rules. I think perhaps we should

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never mention it again. I'm getting wed again. I hope that's

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all right. Ready when you are, kid.

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