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the week. That is all from us, so it is goodbye from me and we can now

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Live in one say they fear they will become England's forgotten

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community. On the coast the floods have changed the landscape beyond

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recognition, and in a few minutes we will have a report from Spurn Point.

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First Emma has been finding out how some people who have spent the last

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month out of their homes have been coping.

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Boston was hit hard by the tidal surge at the beginning of December,

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with 500 homes affected. A month on, and flood victims want

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financial help. Many have signed a petition asking to be exempt from

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paying council tax. Karen was one of then, she is still struggling to get

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back on her feet. Don't know whenever I am going to get straight,

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because you know, it is just money, all the time, trying to replace

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thing. It is not like it is going to be for a couple of weeks. It will be

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month before they sort it out. But the council say they can only afford

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to reduce council tax by 25% for up to 12 months with a one month

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exemption, and that only applies to unfurnished and unoccupied

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properties. Here in East Yorkshire this house

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was three feet deep in water. Step inside and the devastation is clear

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to see. As you can see this is our kitchen,

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when the water came in it came to here and it rushed through the

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house. It overtook each room. Barry and Caroline's home was badly

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flooded after the tidal surge, since then they have been living in a

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caravan. They say it is the forgotten village

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because the leaf effort has been concentrated on the towns affected.

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. It sounds dreadful, they save the towns because there is more houses

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damaged, which is natural, but you know, the villages are going to get

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hit. It wasn't just Barry and Caroline's home that was flooded on

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the 5th December. Most of the houses in this village were under water,

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and the majority of the people here have had to move out.

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Vicky and her family are also crammed into a caravan and they too

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feel more help is needed. We have no seen that much presence of people,

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and you know, it is mainly the bigger towns and places like that

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that are being, you know, people are going to see. There is not much been

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said about us or other villages. In North Lincolnshire 63 families

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were flooded out and still haven't returned to their homes.

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In in one place people say the floods have brought the community

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together. There is a local appeal asking for people to donate

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furniture for those who have lost theirs It the community has pulling

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to, it has been an amazing group of people helping out, providing meals.

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The farmers have been excellent, helping with tractor, helping people

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with drive, and the wider community as well. But it will take more than

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community spirit for many flood victims to get their lives back on

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track. They could be out of their homes for nine months.

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Some communities who feel forgotten, we would like to know what you feel

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about this one. Should councils be offering financial help or are they

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doing as much as they can. Is it what you would expect if you live in

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certain area, close to rivers and the sea? Yous on this

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`` areas. `` your thoughts on this

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The high tides of the last four weeks have changed the shape of the

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East Yorkshire coastline beyond recognition. Spurn Point has become

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an island, which means that there are new challenges for the local

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emergency services. Across the water lies Spurn Point. The sea is on the

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left of this picture, the Humber on the right, flows into it. And this

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is the road. Like everything else, dumped in a heap by the tidal surge.

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Never seen anything like it in my life. Dave is in charge of the

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lifeboat station, which operates at Spurn Head. The operational side of

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the boat, no effect. But it is everything else. The living, the

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shop, the rubbish, the fuel, the electricity, the water. This is what

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it looked like before the surge. But the damage inflicted last month now

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means even small high tides, as soon on this recent radar are cutting it

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in two. The Ordnance Survey has told Look North it may have to consider

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redrawing its maps, a familiar landmark has been changed beyond

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recognition. Spurn Point appears in geography text book, in CD, it is in

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children's exam, it is a recognisable feature. What will

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happen now? We have to change our ideas about the way Spurn looks and

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the way it operates. The damage is still being assessed, but it having

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big implications for those looking after the safety of Europe's busiest

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shipping lane. For the lifeboat staff and the pilots access to the

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end of the peninsula is now impossible. But both are determined

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to keep their services going. They are doing this by relocating

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some crew to Grimsby docks I have Al always been a positive person, I

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look at this as a challenge. I don't think we will beat nature but we

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might claw a bit back. Those who make their living here are

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determined not to abandon it. Though they are `` though their battle to

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stay in control is looking tougher than ever.

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Some incredible pictures there of Spurn Point. Within the last few

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moments, a police doner has been removed from an east Hull street

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after bomb disposal officers were called in to investigate the

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discovery of an explosive substance at a house. It is the second time in

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two days that people on Kilnsea Grove have been asked to leave their

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homes for safety reasons. Evacuated for the second time in two

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days. Kilnsea Grove in east Hull a no go area after the discovery of

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yet more of an unknown but explosive substance. Yesterday, reported to

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police. Today, as they investigated Sunday's find, the discovery or more

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chemical substances. They don't believe it is connected with

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Terrorism Acts within the country or outside of the country, but we are

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looking into that. I would like to reassure the public that it appears

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to be an isolated incident. So this afternoon a rare sight for

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any residential area, bomb disposal experts at work. This one of three

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trips to and from a home here It has been a scary for family and friends

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round the estate. I can't believe something like on a residential

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estate like this going on. It is upsetting for everybody.

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Especially with litten ones, families with little one, the main

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thing is getting down to the nitty gritty. Everybody is safe. Over the

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last 36 hours this is what people have had to cope with. After

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Humberside Police were called by a member of the public at three

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o'clock on Sunday morning, by 9.30 homes were evacuated and three

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arrests had been made including a 15`year`old boy. At 7.30 that

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evening Kilnsea Grove was re`opened, after officers said that the

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substance had been made safe. But by noon today, that cordon was back.

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For Steve Candy and his wife Jane, it has been a shock. You expect that

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sort of thing when you are Wray y the army but not on a residential

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street. Once we found out what happened it was a case of get

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everybody out. There is only the three of us, my husband, my son, we

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got out and went to my mothers who doesn't live far away. Tomorrow the

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hope that these scenes won't be repeated for a third day in a row,

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football team have now been released on bail, but police investigations

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into what has been found here will continue.

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The cordon has been removed. Does this mean people are returning to

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their homes? They have started to do so, as you say, literally the cordon

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has been brought down since we have been on air, the police happy these

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homes are safe and it comes after some considerable disruption to

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residents here, as you can see a bit of a party spirit at the moment but

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for most, it is a question of getting back to normality which they

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have found difficult to do, after this incident more or less repeated

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what happened through the whole of Sunday. Thank you.

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That is a lively Kilnsea Grove. A NHS tribunal has been hearing how a

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hospital worker posted offensive and inappropriate comments about his

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patients and colleagues on a social networking site. Paul Nam who worked

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in the operating theatres at Lincoln County told the hearing he felt

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embarrassed and ashamed about the remarks. He was suspended in 2012

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but the Health and Care Professions Council will decide if he is still

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fit to practise. Football team have appeared in

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court, charged with the murder of a father of two from Hull. Steven

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Herbert was attacked on Trafalgar Street on New Year's Day and died

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from his injuries. They continue to grow. Floral

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tributes for the father of two, killed on New Year's Day.

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34`year`old Steven Herbert died after stepping into stop a fight on

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Beverley Road. Today, three people appeared before magistrates charged

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with his murder. 22`year`old Samuel Jordan, 21`year`old soul how many

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Fridays and 23`year`old Tiffany Clark from Hull. They nodded their

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heads to confirm their address, and were remanded in custody. They will

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appear before Hull Crown Court tomorrow. Detectives are still

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trying to trace the driver of a taxi who picked up the defendants here on

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Strand Close at five past six on the morning of New Year's Day. They

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believe they may hold vital information that could help them

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with their inquiries. Drivers using the motorway face

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weeks of night`time closures as repair work is carried out. From

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tonight until March a section of the M180 will be closed from 8pm to 6am

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between junctions two and three. Diversions will be in place. Plans

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for a large windfarm project off the Lincolnshire coast have been scaled

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down. RWE says it is reducing the amount of energy produced at the

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site which was approved last year. It means a proposed sub`station at

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Bicker Fen near Boston won't need to be as big as first thought.

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It is 18 minutes to 7.00 here. Thank you for watching Look North. Still

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ahead. Mixed Fortunes for teams from our area in the weekend's FA Cup

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games, and calls for Humberside Airport to be renamed after this

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inventor. Now, let us look at the picture for

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tonight. Another picture tomorrow night round about the same time.

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Good evening young man. Of more interest in Lincolnshire, I forgot

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to pension it Norman by hall was the driest place anywhere in the UK and

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Lincolnshire was the driest County. You there? I am still awake. I was

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thinking about what I was going to have for tea.

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Let us look at the headline for tomorrow. Windy but there should be

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a good deal of fine weather with sunshine and as we saw throughout

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December, it is a very unsettled set up. We get a lot of shelter and any

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showers will be fleeting, as they come across the region. We have

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escape most of them today, you can see most are in the west, one or two

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got through but a few places have stayed dry. We start this evening on

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a windy note, but it a mostly dry one, one or two showers creeping

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through but they don't get any further east than the wouldingses of

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Yorkshire `` wolds. Lowest temperatures six or seven, seven

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Celsius is 45 degrees Fahrenheit. So the sun will rise in the morning at

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8.15. Your next high water time in Skegness 10.29 in the morning.

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So it is another windy day tomorrow, and there will be one or two showers

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pushing in from the south`west, but a lot of fine, dry weather, any

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showers will be fleeting, we should see some decent spells of sunshine.

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Another windy day, but another day of above average temperatures. Let

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us look at the maximums tomorrow. Nine or ten Celsius, the average is

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nearer seven. That is not bad for the time of year. Wednesday, then,

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sunny spell, again a risk of a snuer, it may cloud over at times

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but a similar day on Wednesday, Thursday looks dry and so does fry,

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although there could be patchy outbreaks of rain on Friday night.

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But all in all not too bad a week to come. Just a few showers.

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Sometimes people think we make up the e`mails. Mike Jackson says he

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can't get a one day forecast right, why does he bother with a five day

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forecast. I have not got one wrong this year! It is the 6th. Shopper

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says new footpaths are making them feel ill to the extent they could

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trigger epileptic fits. The new walkways have been laid as part of

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an upgrade on Freeman Street. It has cost more than ?1 million to

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generate this area. A huge part was spent on the footpaths but according

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to shoppers the patterns are making them feel ill When I am walking down

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here, I feel suddenly feel sick, and I feel as if I am going out. A waste

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of money. They dazzle you, the black`and`white is all right, but, I

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would rather have smooth paths to walk on. It is hoped the upgrade

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will reconnect the town centre with the docks area, but now a councillor

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who also has epilepsy is worried the patterns could even trigger fits. To

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me, it could be potentially a trigger for somebody who has

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photo`sensitive epilepsy, and not to consult with people who have got

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professional advice, I think was a mistake from the council. Christine

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Thompson says she has been made ill, free from migraines from 20 years

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she says the patterns have brought on two four day long attacks in a

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month. Since they have done them I have had terrible day, really awful

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and ended up at the doctor, and I just don't go into free nan street

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as much as I used to `` Freeman Street as much as I used to. The

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zig`zags what you see, that is how it affected you and I have been

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really poorly. Council says it is taking the concerns seriously. We

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are concerned here about things like that, and I would urge people to

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look to the longer term. The paving is in its newest possible state, it

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should start to settle down in the period of time once it gets a bet of

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weather and the pattern will become less vivid. So hopefully any nausea

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should subside. The main work here has now been

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completed, the council says it is not possible to relay the paving,

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but experts have told me the patterns are unlikely to trig er

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help tick seizures. Nevertheless, some shoppers say they are still

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causing them problems, enough to keep some of them away.

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Now after Friday's programme many people got in touch about the naming

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of people charged with drink`driving by Lincolnshire Police before they

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have gone to court. The force says publishing name tons web site and

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social media isn't about shaming people, but is designed as a

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deterrent to prevent accidents. The police have come in for criticism

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for naming people before they have been found guilty. There were many

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messages on this story. Thank you for all of them. We read and

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listened to them all. Just a few then tonight. Anita in Grantham said

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I was led to believe that you are innocent until proven guilty. If the

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police are starting to do this with drinking and driving offence, where

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will it end? Paul is in Skegness, he says it a good thing to name and

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shame drink`drivers, if you blow over 35, you are over the limit, if

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you go to court or not. And Francaises "Well done the

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police, if they failed the roadside breath test they are guilty. It is

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about time they were shamed.". Thank you.

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A poet from Lincolnshire has challenged the former Home Secretary

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David Blunkett on comments he made about Roma migrants. Benjamin

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Zephaniah who lives near Spalding has been meeting people from the

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Roma community and in Mr Blunkett's constituency. He. If I meant to say

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there would be riots I would have used the word riot. I have always

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said things as I see them, but you look back and think, well, in

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retrospect, I probably wouldn't have said that. Because I really do need

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to ensure that this community pulls together and working tot. David

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Blunkett talking to Benjamin Zephaniah. You can see that report

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on the Roma community on Inside Out this evening, here on BBC One in 40

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minutes time. The two men who have managed Hull

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City in the Premier League will face each other in the Fourth Round of

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the FA Cup. The Tigers travel to Southend United who are managed by

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Phil Brown. The FA Cup third round, it is about sides competing with

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illustrious opponents, this happened when a Grimsby Town side led

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Huddersfield Town. Former Scunthorpe Utd player Oliver nor wood

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equalised. Craig Disley relishing the crowd put his side ahead again.

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Then, an astonishing fight back with another player making it 2`2 before

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right at the death, a painful own goal from Aswad Thomas I think we

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played very well. In the end, I think the best team won. Good

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performance Even though we lost we played well. We didn't deserve to

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lose. We deserved to win, didn't we. Going into the last I five minutes

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of normal time, we were ahead in the game. To end up with not at least a

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replay is a bit hard to take. Hull City boss Steve Bruce made a host of

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changes and one scored against Middlesbrough in the first half.

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Nick Proschwitz made it two and out of the het came south end United. So

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the Tigers will travel to meet former boss Phil Brown. I went back

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to a fans' presentation where they wanted to honour me. I thought that

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wfs nice, the place was full to the rafter, and you know, I was received

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well last time I went to the KC Stadium. I don't have any axes to

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grind with any of the fans. Grimsby maybe out of the FA Cup but they are

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in the FA toy next week. Hull FC have been forced to switch

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some if fixtures while the pitch is renovated in the summer. Work will

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begin at the end of May meaning they will play their scheduled home game

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matches away from the KC. With six months to go until the Tour de

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France comes to Yorkshire, the woman responsible for bringing the vent to

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the County has defended the money being spent on it. The race will

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start in Leeds in June, and ?27 million has been set aside to cover

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the dost. Organisers say they expect to match the money made when the

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tour came to Kent for one day seven years ago. That generated about ?90

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million for the economy and 35 million in publicity value. We have

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got it for three days, so it should reap well over ?100 million, so 27

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million for a dividend of 100 million and it is a free vent for

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millions. Finally tonight do you know who this man is? If campaigners

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have their way you will. He is John Harrison, a clock maker from North

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Lincolnshire who back in the 18th century changed the way we navigate

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round the world. Now a group want him to have his place in history

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marked by naming Humberside airport after him.

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For 40 years it has been known as Humberside Airport. But to a history

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group in North Lincolnshire wants that to change. They want it renamed

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after this man, John Harry song, a clock maker from Barrow in

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Lincolnshire, 300 years ago, he changed world travel by discovering

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a way for ships to use his clocks to work out their position at sea. Now

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a history group wants to pay tribute by naming Humberside Airport after

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him. Humberside is outdated, it is disliked, it has negative

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connotation, John Harrison was a local man who was important to the

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whole world, and he ought to be recognised as such. But the airport

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disagree, with huge industries planned for the banks of the Humber,

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they think it is not the best time to turn their backs on the name In

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the fullness of time it maybe something we might look at iment let

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us keep our energies focussed, promoting the airport and making

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sure companies that want to invest understand our airport is next door

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to where the investment is taking place. Other airports have taken on

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names of their region's famous son, take Liverpool's John Lennon or

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Doncaster's Robin Hood but people seem devied about whether Humberside

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should follow suit I don't know who he is. I don't see why they should

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name an airport after him. I am happy with it. He has a school named

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after him, why not an airport. Campaigners say they would like to

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see the name of the local clock maker up there, it looks like it

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will be some time before Humberside Airport is called anything else.

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What do you think about this one? Anything suggestions? You think the

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name a good idea, maybe the John Prescott International? Get in

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touch. Your suggestions for a name of who

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from the area should be in the title of the airport name. Now a recap of

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the main headlines. Chancellor's New Year's resolution to reduce the

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deficit means another 25 billion of cuts on the way, and calls for more

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financial help for people made homeless by the recent floods.

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Tomorrow, a snuer, many areas staying dry, again very mild for the

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time of year in the afternoon, the temperatures getting up to round 10

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C. And the response on the subject of

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flooding and do the flood victims need more help. Vanessa says we got

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badly flooded in North Lincolnshire and lost everything. I will cost

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hundreds of thousands of pound to repair the damage. Something needs

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to be done about the flood defence, a mud embankment is not enough.

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Keith says are these people not insured? We were out of our home for

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six month, the insurance paid for everything. Do they want everything

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done for them? There is a big response on this story. Why don't

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Camelot says John allocate some of the Lottery fund towards helping

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flood victims. Tracey says Barrow Haven were was affected badly. One

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resident I know hasn't even been given a skip. Eric says the

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Government doesn't have any money to spare. This next one, there are many

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coming in like this. It is from Paul. Isn't it time our Government

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stopped sending millions in overseas aid when the flood victims

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desperately need help. Surely we should take care of our own

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taxpayers first. And finally, I think the councils are doing their

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best with the money and resources they have. It is a shame for the

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flood victims but I don't see what else our councils can do. If you

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were flooded, just before Christmas and you have a story, then, let us

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know about it or if you have any story you think we should know

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about. Give us an e`mail. Join me for the radio tomorrow if you can.

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Plenty to talk about tomorrow lunchtime. Have a nice evening.

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Enjoy it. Take TOM: # And if there's

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anybody left in here # That doesn't want

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to be out there... #

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