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That is all from the News at Six. We can now

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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North. The headlines: The local

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drivers that have been on the roads despite having more than 30 points

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on their licence. I think it is a disregard for the

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law. It disregards other users. I did not realise that people would

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driving with all these points on their licence. They should be taken

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off the road. An under`fire hospital admits to

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making another major mistake. Lights could be switched off to help

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councils save millions of pounds. If they did that, it is dangerous.

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They need to increase the lighting. The seaside buildings that are

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proving to be a hit for people looking for winter sun.

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And we will have a detailed five day forecast later on in the programme.

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Thousands of drivers who should have lost their licences many times over

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are still on the roads. Research shows more than 10,000 people have

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stacked up more than 12 penalty points, which should lead to a ban

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in most cases. And it's been described as inexplicable that two

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women ` one from Hull and one from Lincoln ` are still able to drive

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despite having collected more than 30 points. All the authorities

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involved deny that they are to blame for drivers slipping through the

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net. Making sure motorists in Beverley

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stick to the speed limit today. Those who don't and clock up 12

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penalty points face a ban. That's the law. So how are serial speeders,

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some with 30 points and more, still behind the wheel.

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Tens of thousands of people asked and play sticking two fingers up to

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the establishment to all of us who obey the law.

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Among those with the most penalty points in Great Britain, a woman

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from Lincoln caught speeding three times, with 34 points. And in Hull,

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another female driver with 31 points for six offences. And the highest

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number of motorists caught speeding in our area was around Lincoln.

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Almost 3,000 driver drivers have points.

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If you're caught speeding several times in months, it takes a record

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`` time for records to get updated, and it is that time of sharing the

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information that motorist groups as is to blame for the problem.

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Here in Lincoln at this awareness course the dangers of breaking the

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limit are spelt out to those caught speeding.

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What we want to do is protect our community and our families and our

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children. The speed limits are set nationally and are therefore a

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reason. It was very effective and thought`provoking. There is still

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room for improvement. It certainly For business where driving is part

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of the job, penalty points mean higher insurance costs.

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Makes you think about what you would in.

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It will be a bitter pill to swallow. When a driver has got a certain

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amount of points, they are worried about whether they will lose their

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job. The authorities insist that the vast

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majority of those with 12 or more points are banned. And the DVLA and

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the courts are upgrading their computer systems, which should help

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to speed up the prosecutions of those who ignore the rules of the

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road. I spoke to Richard Monkhouse, who is

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the Chairman of the Magistrates' Association, and asked him why

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drivers with more than 12 points were still on the road.

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It is difficult to say. Some of it might be because they have pleaded

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exceptional hardship, that is they have gone to the court and said that

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it would have an effect on other people, families and businesses.

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That is a fairly small number. I would suspect that, because most of

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the drivers who get that level are dealt with by fixed penalties, are

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we absolutely certain that every time a fixed penalty of three points

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is given, but that is not simply adding onto somebody's points you

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what over 12. Somebody watching the TV will be

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asking how someone with more than 30 points on their licence, who will be

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in court, why are they still driving? That is the point that

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people do not understand. You say that they have resumed we

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been caught. Most offences are not dealt with in court, but by a fixed

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penalty. It is only when somebody argues the case and wants to plead

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not guilty that they will normally come into a court, or when we know

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that somebody is liable to be banned. Is the finger being pointed

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at the DVLA? It is a simple system, you get to 12 points and what band.

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That is what should happen. We need to get some analysis so we can

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understand what it is about those people who are driving with 30

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points or more, or even 12 points or more, how they have got their stop

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the DVLA will have those records. The Institute says that the drivers

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are sticking two fingers up at the establishment. It looks like that.

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They are going through the process, and if they go to court, the court

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is a "ace for justice. It is up to magistrates to understand their

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plea. In 17 years, I have been involved in it twice.

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More than 10,000 people still driving with many points. Do the

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authorities need to tighten up on lawbreaking drivers? Should 12

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points always mean a ban? Your thoughts on this one. If you want to

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contact us, you can e`mail. We will have some comments before we

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finish at 7pm. Two 11`year`old girls have been

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airlifted to hospital tonight after being hit by a vehicle in south

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Lincolnshire. It happened this afternoon on the A15 Main Road at

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Thurlby near Bourne. Gemma Dawson is live at the scene. What is the

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latest? As you can see, I am not too far

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away from the scene, and this is where the road is closed. This

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incident happened just before 4pm this afternoon on the main road. The

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girls were walking along the road when they were hit by a vehicle.

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They have suffered serious head injuries and have been airlifted to

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Nottingham. The road is expected to remain shut. Time. Drivers are being

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urged to avoid the area. This is a main route to Peter Brock, so

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officers want to hear from anyone who saw the incident. `` Peterboro.

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We will have more later on. Rail services between Sleaford and

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Lincoln have been suspended until Monday because of a bank slip `

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which it says was caused by last month's bad weather. Network Rail

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says it's detected movement in the railway bank at Ruskington, and are

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laying over 2000 tonnes of stone to stabilise it. Replacement bus

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services are in place. Trial dates have been set for June

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for three people charged with the murder of a father of two from Hull.

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Steven Herbert was attacked in Trafalgar Street on New Year's Day

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and later died from his injuries. 22`year`old Samuel Jordan,

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21`year`old Soul Humphries and 23``year`old Tiffany Clark will next

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appear at Hull's Crown Court in March.

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A report into a Hull secondary school has recommended it's closure

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only a decade after it first opened. The City Council report says the

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Endeavour High School should shut completely at the end of the next

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academic year. There are hundreds of spare places and inspectors say the

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school is under`performing. Lincoln County Hospital has released

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details today of what the NHS describes as a never event. It's

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because they should never happen. In this case surgical material was left

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inside a patient. The hospital was put under special measures six

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months ago because of 12 such incidents in three years. Lincoln

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County is also struggling to reduce rates of unexpected deaths.

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Operations on the wrong part of the body, or Medical equipment left

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inside patients are called "never events" .

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During the government's investigation into high death rates,

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Lincolnshire's poor record was highlighted by the Health

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Secretary. United Lincolnshire hospitals, where

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there are a staggering 12 never events.

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12 months on, there was another failing. Surgical packing left

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inside a patient who'd just given birth.

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It was not immediately dangerous, if it had been in there for a long

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time, it it could have been. Board members were told that

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action's now been taken to prevent another such incident. Fortunately,

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it was dealt with quickly. But how well is the Trust performing

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generally? When the Hospital Trust was put into

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special measures last summer, 57 recommendations were made to help

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improve care. Today, board members were told that more than 60% of the

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most urgent ones had been implemented. Infection control is

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still a problem area, with the trust unlikely to meet its own targets for

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the number of C Diff cases for the year. The board was also told that

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while unexpected death rates remain stubbornly high at Lincoln County

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Hospital, improvements have been made at both Boston and Grantham

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Hospitals. Managers know that to improve further they need to

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introduce seven day working. So that it doesn't matter what day

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of the week you come into the hospital, you will have access to

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exactly the same services, whether that be diagnostics, support from a

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physiotherapist. So we are doing planning work at the moment about

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how to into juice that. But all this comes at a cost, and

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local officials have to work out how to improve patient safety at a time

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when they are facing spiralling debt.

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Still ahead tonight: The new manager who's taken Scunthorpe United to the

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top of the league. And looking to the stars, the

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amateur astronomers hoping for clear skies tonight.

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Tonight's photograph was taken by Simon Wright. Thank you for taking

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that picture. Good evening. That asked some

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e`mails about the naming of Humberside Airport. This man is

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saying that it will only be open for a few days a week, only five minutes

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a day. Absolutely genuine. I am dressed for work at an airport.

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I like it when the colour goes from your face. Here is the weather for

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tomorrow. The wind should ease, but this low pressure will bring the

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rain eastwards on Wednesday night. If you have stargazing events,

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tomorrow does not look bad, but there will be a lot of cloud and

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rain tomorrow. There is a scattering of cloud on the latest satellite

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picture. For many places, they have had a good deal of dry weather.

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There will be one or two fleeting showers, but there will be some good

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gaps in the clouds. It will be a frost free night. And a windy night,

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with temperatures at seven Celsius. So the sun will rise in the morning

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at 817 stop there will be high water in Cleethorpes. And a few showers

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around for parts of Lincolnshire. But it will quickly push into the

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North Sea. It looks like not too bad a day. All parts will be dry in the

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afternoon, with some sunshine. And the wind will ease later.

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Yesterday, the average is seven, we will be above average, with 10

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Celsius in Lincoln. And then the weather system that I showed you

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will come in. Wednesday night will be wet, Thursday will be showery,

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then it will get drier and brighter. Friday, fine during the

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daylight hours, with some rain after dark. And the weekend will be colder

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with a touch of frost. There is a star in the weather

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office, but she is only there on Friday.

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Street lights could be switched off in parts of Lincolnshire, as the

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County Council looks for new ways to save money. Hundreds of lights have

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already been dimmed, but now some areas could lose street lighting,

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causing concerns about crime and road safety.

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County Council looks for new ways to Three quarters of councils are now

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dimming lights. Simon Spark reports from North Hykeham near Lincoln.

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Should we consider our street lights as essential or something we can do

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without? People here have seen their street lights dimmed. Have they

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noticed? We did not have a clue. It has been

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a big difference. It is one of the cost`cutting

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measures that the council have put in place after seeing their

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electricity bill rise by ?1 million. Now with the added pressure of

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having to save a further ?80 million, they are questioning

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whether they can switch some street lights off altogether.

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We will look at them and decide, do they need to be on, do they need to

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be on all the time at night, or can we reduce the cost by having them

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switched off right in the middle of the night. Did they need to be on

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between 2am and 5pm? That if the lights were turned off

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here, what would people think then? I think that would be dangerous. If

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they did that, that is dangerous. No, if anything, they need to

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increase the lighting. I would not mind at all. As long as it was

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alternate. In Nottinghamshire, they have

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recently reversed their switch off policy.

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One of the concerns by some residents was that there was an

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increase in burglaries. We have to take action to ensure that would

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stop. There has also been concern from the

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AA and the Royal Society that the prevention of accidents.

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Some places were completely dark. There were safety concerns. You need

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to monitor closely the impact on road accidents and crime.

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But the Lincolnshire Federation say it should not make much difference.

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I don't think it will be hugely impacted, but it might have an

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impact on the fear. There is a limit on what councils

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can do, but now the spotlight will be on what happens next.

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If you want to send me an e`mail or text about this, do you agree with

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the dimming of the streetlights? Here is the e`mail address.

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The size of your telescope doesn't matter and you can even take part

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without one. Everyone's being encouraged to look to the night sky,

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as the BBC's Stargazing Live programme returns in just over an

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hour. And there are plenty of enthusiastic amateurs in this area,

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as Gemma Dawson found out. This may look like an ordinary

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garden shed. But, as you can see, Paul's made a few alterations. It

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took him two days to build and he now spends many evenings here in his

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home`made observatory in south Lincolnshire.

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I can come out here and stare at the stars and there are so many of them.

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Every night, they are in a different position. This thing can see so many

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objects up there, there are not enough hours in the But you don't

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need expensive equipment like this. Night to see anything. As part of

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Stargazing Live we're all being encouraged to look to the skies.

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You can go out with your eyes, look up and see a meteor shower or

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shooting stars. For that reason, I think it is uniquely engaging

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amongst the sciences. I have in my hand a piece of outer

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space. Michael's love of the night sky

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began as a boy. This is a meteorite that originated from an asteroid. He

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is a keen stargazer and has applied to be one of the first residents on

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Mars and thinks that space exploration will accelerate

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throughout the next 20 years. Many people will see us take our

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first steps of this planet. It is a privileged time to live.

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In the future, what stargazers will be able to see could be even more

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exciting. Yes, a big night tonight.

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And if you want to see Stargazing Live, it's on BBC Two at 8pm with

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Professor Brian Cox and Dara O Briain. They're at the Jodrell Bank

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Observatory. A large response to our story on the

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campaign to re`name Humberside Airport, John Harrison Airport ` a

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clockmaker from North Lincolnshire who changed the way we navigate

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around the world. 300 years ago, he discovered a way for ships to use

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his clocks to work out their position at sea. Now the John

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Harrison Foundation, which promotes his achievements globally, wants his

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name used by the local airport. Well we had lots of suggestions from

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you about what the airport should be called ` here are just a couple of

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them Meg Smith says, I've never heard of John Harrison, but if they

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want to change it, then my choice is Amy Johnson ` she's better known

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around here. Mr Gardener says, I think an appropriate name would be

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William Wilberforce. He's known all over the world. And Joe says

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Humberside Airport should definitely be renamed. "It's ridiculous how

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long we've had to put up with this H`word nonsense."

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Scunthorpe United's new manager could be in line for a top award,

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just weeks after taking the job. Russ Wilcox has been nominated for

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the Manager of the Month award after guiding the Iron to six wins from

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the last eight games, which has put them top of League Two. Phillip

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Norton has been to find out how he's settling into the role.

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Another day, another training session for a club that's becoming

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known for its emergency managers. This side of it is the biggest

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change. The day`to`day running of the club is very similar. So it is

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really just the media side. It is enjoyable, because we are winning

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Most of them, in fact. Football matches. The Iron are now

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two points clear at the top of League Two. But it's not the first

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time a new manager has had a wonder touch Back in 2006, after a previous

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sacking of Brian Laws, a certain physio called Nigel Adkins took the

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helm. As fans sang "Who needs Mourinho, we've got our physio", he

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took the club to the Championship. And this season's top scorer, the

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aptly named Sam Winnall, says Russ brings belief to the team.

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I think the biggest thing he has brought is positivity. He believes

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in us and believe that we are good enough to get promoted, and that

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belief in us has given us confidence.

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So, we will find out a bit more about him.

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I like to have a night in with my family. I like to have an adventure

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break. Fish and chips. Pop music. I will have a bag of sweets.

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He has got the weather right today. A trip to the dentist.

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I am quite boring, it is family life. Football is 20 47. My son does

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rugby and my daughter does netball. So it is a taxi service at home.

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And the meter's running in the hot seat for this busy family man ` the

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destination's hopefully a one way trip to League One.

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In tonight's football, Lincoln City play Alfreton in the Conference.

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Commentary will be on BBC Radio Lincolnshire. Kick off is at 7.45pm.

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The first lock of hair that began the

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# Belonged to Hull city's player has been sold for a lot of money. The

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money raised will be given to Cancer Research UK. Tom has had a lot of

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publicity, well done to him. The recent extreme weather has meant

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that one of the area's seal sanctuary's is now full with rescued

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seals. Natureland in Skegness say they are caring for 16 seals. They

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would normally expect three or four at this time of year. They blame the

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floods and strong winds that have hit the coast in recent weeks.

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We started off with the high tides and the flooding at the beginning of

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September, which displaced a lot of the baby seals, and they have found

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their way into the area and have been washed up on the shoreline.

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Wheels have seals that were born during summer, and they are being

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washed up on the sandbanks and the beaches.

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Final rehearsals are taking place ahead of the BBC pantomime, Mother

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Goose, featuring staff from Look North and Radio Humberside. Some

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tickets are still available for the performances, which are next

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Thursday in Cleethorpes and the following Saturday and Sunday in

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Hull. All proceeds go to Children in Need.

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They are shelter from the wind and rain with a kettle and a deck` chair

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and Bridlington's beach`huts are all fully`let in January. There's even a

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waiting list of people who want to rent one next winter. Amanda White

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went to find out why they are in demand, and what people do in them!

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Surely there is nothing better than a bracing walk on the beach on a

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winter's day. Or, maybe there is, because you can enjoy all of this

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from the comfort of a beach hut. It is beautiful. It just goes on for

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miles. It is just peaceful. Donna decided to rent of this

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property for the entire winter, so she can get away from it all and

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teach her to playing new instruments.

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In the school holidays, I work. I work all the time, so I don't have

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any time to myself stop I do odd jobs in the winter, painting and

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decorating. I come down here. It is ideal for me and the children.

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Donna is not alone in seeing the appeal of a beam `` winter beach

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hut. I had one last winter. On a sunny

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day, it is nice to come down. You can have a cup of tea or a hot

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chocolate after having a walk on the beach.

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Dick B is a recent joys of a winter beach hut. I often bring a kayak

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down. So I use this as my base. I call it a seafront apartments.

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And where better to have one? I love that. If you have a story you

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think we should know about, send it in to us.

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It is 6:55pm. The headlines: Storms continued to batter Britain and

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there is more to come. More than 100 flood warnings are in place tonight.

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And to 11`year`old girls have been airlifted to hospital with serious

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head injuries after being hit by a vehicle in South Lincolnshire.

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Tomorrow, it will be a risk of some showers and wind, but otherwise dry,

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with temperatures at 10 Celsius. The story of the 211`year`old girls

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in Lincolnshire, we will have more on that tomorrow. `` on the two

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girls who are 11 years old. We are talking about the number of

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drivers who have 12 points or more, but still driving a stop to people

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in the area are still driving. One man says, what... 12 points on your

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license and you should be jailed if you continue driving. Another e`mail

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says, driving licences should have bar codes on them so they can be

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updated more quickly. Another e`mail says, this is poor management, with

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people not talking to each other. How can someone with 12 points get

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more? Another e`mail, not only should

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someone not be driving with 30 points, they should be in prison.

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And another person on Twitter, of course they should be banned with 30

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points. The people should think before they act.

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Join me tomorrow, if you can. Have a good evening. Good night.

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