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looks a better day this weekend. That's all from us. It's goodbye

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from me. And on BBC One we now join the

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

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expense for households ` the councils putting up bills for

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residents. But we are proposing is a moderate

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`` modest increase to keep up with inflation, otherwise we will have

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bigger reductions to make. ? A court hears how a woman killed in a

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collision with her sister was known as a "speed demon".

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The blind woman who walks too slowly to get a replacement guide dog. They

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said you were too blind, you can't look after your dog, and you want to

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slow, see you are not having another guide dog.

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And BAFTA honours the man who makes space sound good on the silver

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screen. Went to come tonight, but tomorrow is looking reasonable. The

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forecast follows shortly. Good evening and welcome to BBC Look

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North. Thousands of council tax payers are

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facing an increase in their bills. Five authorities across Lincolnshire

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and East Yorkshire say they're looking at a rise of up to 2% this

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year. That would mean an extra ?30 a year for the average house. The

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Government has called on town halls to freeze bills, but Labour`run Hull

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and North East Lincolnshire say they're being forced to deliver more

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services for less money. Here's our political editor, Tim Iredale.

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Balancing the books has become a challenge for many of our local

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authorities. North East Lincolnshire Council is looking to save up to

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?500,000 from its libraries budget. So how do people here at the library

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feel about paying an extra 2% on their council tax bills? Its 2% more

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than I'm paying, and its 2% I have defined out of restricted funds. I'm

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happy if it's used to pay the right services, such as libraries. If

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not, it's questionable. Gratifying money somewhere, don't I? You don't

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mind paying 2% to? No. The authorities are looking at

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increasing taxes in these regions. Proposing a freeze our these

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regions. We knew we had to make savings. Everybody knew the family

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would be reduced. We have to be financially viable. In doing that,

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Lincolnshire is able to freeze council tax. I think that is very

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important. By some authorities may want to put up council tax to cover

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a shortfall in funding, the government says town halls can't

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raise the above 2% without consulting local people in a

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referendum. In Hull, Abel Blair has broken out between the ruling Labour

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group and opposition Liberal Democrats, who have proposed a rise

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of 2%. Your Mac that we are proposing is a very modest increase

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to keep in place with inflation. Otherwise when we will have bigger

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reductions to make. We it the right thing to do is freeze council tax

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is. We managed it last time in office. With the web should do the

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same now. McCann will you find a? It doesn't mean cutting services. The

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government has to look at what it is doing. It hard to read and always

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has done. We have to be smarter and leaner as an organisation. We can

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expect some fierce debate in our council chambers over the next few

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weeks as budgets are set for the coming year.

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I'm joined by Chris Shaw, who's the leader of North East Lincolnshire

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Council. They are planning a 1.9% increase. Good evening. You want to

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raise it by 1.9%. Is this because you have not budgeted well as other

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councils are freezing their council tax? With freeze to add tags for

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five years, but it can only go so far. We are the most efficient

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authority in the area. Small management team, we've managed to

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save services, but you can't keep doing that if you have more money

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taken away. Other councils are facing cuts. Some are not putting

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them up. Did they raise council tax in the previous five years? We

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didn't. We're talking about 5p a day to save services. If we do do that,

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we will have to make big cuts. They say it annoying freezing council tax

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is attacking families. He is attacking hard`working families by

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taking ?6 million away from taxpayers of North East Lincolnshire

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Council a five`year period, meaning we have to manage with half the

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budget we had two years ago. If you're council tax goes up in some

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areas, it doesn't in others. It doesn't seem fair. Your Mac

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character get the services. Your Mac Grimsby, Cleethorpes have seen major

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development. We have put this into North East Lincolnshire. This will

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increase rates, and 2% has increased. We've been asked why you

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haven't had a referendum. increased. We've been asked why you

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allowed to raise up to 2%. I suppose that is why it the Chancellor is not

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under investigation. They say you could make cuts by ensuring staff.

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We are already showing staff. We have already reduced management by

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50%. That money has gone back into services. You were saying you have

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no options, so services will get that of the customers. The services

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will not get breast then we are planning, but we have to do is make

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sure that David Cameron delivers social care, and services the public

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wants us to deliver. Thank you for coming in.

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Let us know what you think about this story. Would you be prepared to

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pay 2% more for your council tax to preserve or even improve council

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services, or do you think they could cut back on their existing

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expenditure? You have had `` you have heard stories from councils in

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our area. We will have some of your thoughts

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later. In a moment: People in one East

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Yorkshire village say damage from last month's tidal surge could have

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been prevented. Hull Crown Court has heard how a

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woman, killed after a collision with her sister near Bridlington, was

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known to be a "speed demon". Jennie Stone and her sister Rosie`Ann Stone

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were both overtaking the same lorry when the accident happened on the

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A165 at Fraisthorpe in February last year. Rosie`Ann Stone is accused of

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causing her sister's death by careless driving. Amanda White has

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been in court. Rosie`Ann Stone wept in court today

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as she described the moment her car was hit by a vehicle from behind

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here on the A165 near Fraisthorpe last February. She recalled seeing a

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flash of blue and recognising her sister's blonde hair as both cars

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and the lorry travelled 3`abreast on the main A165. Jennie Stone lost

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control of her car and hit a tree. The court heard how the accident

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came just eight months after the woman's brother, Private Gregg

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Stone, was killed in Afghanistan whilst serving with the third

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Batallion, The Yorkshire Regiment. His surviving siblings still wear

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the red jacket of his Burma Company given to them by their brother's

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comrades after his death. They've all been in court to support their

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sister. In a statement read in court today, Rosie`Ann told police, "I

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knew she was a speed demon. But the prosecution claims Rosie`Ann

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made a fatal mistake when she failed to look over her shoulder before

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pulling out to overtake the lorry. It was claimed she should have seen

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Jennie Stone's car, but instead pulled into her path. Rosie`Ann,

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though, maintained she came out of nowhere. A statement from the

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sisters' mother, Angela Stone, was read to the jury, in which she said

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that her eldest daughter, Jennie, was "always in a rush" and "lived

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her life at 70mph," adding that Jennie's driving made her "feel

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anxious". It was "erratic" and she had "increased her speed" since

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getting a faster car. Rosie Ann Stone denies causing death by

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dangerous driving. The trial continues. Amanda White, BBC Look

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North, in Hull. The inquest into the death of Red

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Arrows pilot Sean Cunningham has heard a possible reason why his

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parachute didn't work. The Flight Lieutenant was ejected from his

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stationary hawk`jet to a height of around 300ft. An engineer told the

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inquest in Lincoln that the way a nut`and`bolt was tightened ` even

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though it met the industry standard ` could have prevented the parachute

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being released. Police investigating injuries to a

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baby have taped off a house in Cleethorpes. Hospital staff called

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police and say the child is in a serious condition. A couple have

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been arrested. Police say they won't tolerate

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football hooligans getting involved in protests in Lincoln on Saturday.

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They say a significant number of officers will monitor demonstrations

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by an anti`immigration group ` and a group opposed to racism.

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You will see an increased number of police officers on the street in

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Lincoln City Centre. We will be allowing the protesters to form a

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procession to the protest locations, but it is important to us that

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people are able to continue their daily business.

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Six years ago, their village was identified as one which was under

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threat from floods. But people living in Reedness say not enough

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work has been done on defences, and that's why their homes were flooded

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in the recent tidal surge. Villagers say a stretch of bank is around a

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foot and a half lower than in the surrounding areas. But the

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Environment Agency says there are no structural problems with the

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defences. Anne`Marie Tasker is in Reedness this evening. How badly was

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the village affected by the tidal surge? If you take a look behind the

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cross the road, you can save yourself. There are caravans

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peppered along the street where people have told me they will be

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looking for the next six months. On the pavement, there is a huge pile

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of debris were people have been forced to rip out the inside of

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their homes. Down the road is the local park. That was supposed to be

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the refuge centre during the floods, but even that was partially

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underwater. When the tidal surge came last

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month, this was the damage it caused. Homeowners say if the state

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bank had been higher, houses would have been protected. Your Mac you

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can see the whales, and pass had to come off. They need to get on with

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it today, not in six or seven years time. And forget about us. Bradford

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City have been built up, and they are around one and a half feet

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higher at that point than they are at their lowest point here behind

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the village. The villagers say it is at this point that the river

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overtopped and poured through their home. 14 years ago, the Environment

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Agency told residents the bank needed rating. The lower part is

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right at the back of the village, so it is where all the houses are.

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People out angry here that it has not been done. Budgets will only go

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so far, and everyone will appreciate that. But when you are at your

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kitchen table and what it comes through the back door, you feel

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important. It affects you directly. The Environment Agency has told us

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Reedness is one of many locations where we have identified the need

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for further attention. In 2008, it identified it as an area for

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potential investment. Now the area is pressing for that to happen. The

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Environment Agency have identified improvements needed. Residents know

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improvements are needed, and hopefully we can get that funding

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round forward and get these improvements done as soon as

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possible. People here waiting for the drainage board to fix damage

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caused by the surge is that they hope work on raising the flood

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defence will follow soon after. As the Environment Agency put any

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timescale when they would be able to improve the defences? As I said in

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my report, they said this area is earmarked for investment by 2000 and

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30. They say that it's too long to wait. They told me people living

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here but their MP is pressing for work to start here in June, but in

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the meantime, people are hoping they don't see another Last Month. Thank

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You Very Much. That Is The Story We Have Followed. Sentence Case. The

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Key For Watching. Still Ahead Tonight: Sentence Case

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First`class Journey ` The Bridlington Man Who's Rowed To

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Victory In The World's Toughest Race Across The Atlantic.

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Making space sound good ` the East Yorkshire technician heading to the

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BAFTAs. Noddle Hill nature reserve near Hull taken by Helen Bovill. She

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says she has not enhanced the colours. Thank you for that. Eddie

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says dust bowl have two jobs? How any of these holidays if he only

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looks `` books for the part`time. There is the award`winning but the

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award`winning British victories out the weekend. Stop at! The headline

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for the next 24 hours is not too bad. Variable amounts of cloud.

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No pressure still in charge of our weather, and it looks like there is

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little chance of any winter weather throughout the rest of January. It

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is turning into a very mild winter in deed. We have February to calm

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before the end of winter, but that's how it is at the moment. 11 degrees

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today. That grass would be growing. The key to the west. This is a cold

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front that would bring rain from the south`west overnight. It strike at

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the moment with broken cloud, that we will see patchy rain, longer

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outbreaks of rain, later in the night. Used over the tops, but it

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should clear with temperatures down to four or five degrees. Nissan will

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rise the morning at 8:10am. The next high water time is 4:38am. A bit of

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a great start in places. Low cloud, sports event left. Skies were

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Brighton. Variable cloud, and a few showers. But very hit and miss. I

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suspect some places will stay dry. As I mentioned, it has been marred

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today. 11 degrees the hive. Never tomorrow because we have that cold

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front. Highs of eight Celsius. That is 46 Fahrenheit. Looking further

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ahead, it is a similar day on Friday. Sunny intervals with a few

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scattered showers. It looks more and settled on Saturday which I was

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waiting to give longer outbreaks of rain at times, and that it is back

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to sunny intervals with a few showers on Sunday. That's the

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forecast. You keep `` you are quick to come in with a plug for the

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weather show. I'm sure you will be missing. We are talking clouds this

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weekend. We can't wait. Enjoy the weekend.

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A blind pensioner from Lincolnshire who had her guide dog taken away

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from her because she walked too slowly has been told she may now be

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given a new dog. But the Blind work to strict criteria but say they will

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be at Shirley's case again. This was the moment when Shirley

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Waller from Market Deeping proudly carried the Olympic Torch as far as

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she could. It felt wonderful. I felt as though the world was on my

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shoulders, and I was in charge of the world. But she doesn't feel in

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charge anymore. Her guide dog, Alfie, was taken away from her after

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suffering problems following surgery. She asked the charity Guide

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Dogs for the Blind if she could have a replacement, and this is what

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happened next. The next thing I knew, two of the mobility officers

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were here, and they sat over there in front of me and said, "You are

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too blind, you can't look after your dog, and you are too slow, so you

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are not having another guide dog." Shirley has had guide dogs for 25

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years, and feels lost without one. I can't go out on my own. I went out

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one time with the white cane and ended up in the middle of the road,

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so I'm not going to do that again. It's just awful not being able to do

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what I had done with a guide dog for 25 years. I was able to go whereever

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I wanted, whenever I wanted. The charity says it takes the welfare of

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its animals very seriously. We haven't actually ruled out Shirley

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having a guide dog in the future. We would expect her to be reassessed,

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and the key point we would need to consider is that Shirley is able to

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walk the dog to the level and frequency that we would expect.

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At the moment, life was surely is not the same. It looks like a

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resolution is on the cards, as she may get another guide dog.

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This is another story we'd like you thoughts on. Is it fair to leave

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Shirley without a guide dog, or are the Guide Dogs for the Blind right

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when they say it would be unfair to put a dog with Shirley because it

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wouldn't get enough exercise? Thanks to everyone who got in touch

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regarding the story about hospitals in our area which are struggling to

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recruit full`time doctors to work in A departments. We talked about it

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last night. The figures ` obtained by the Labour Party ` show that

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spending on temporary staff in hospitals across Northern

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Lincolnshire and Goole has risen to nearly a million pounds a year. Here

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are a few of your responses. Concerned of Goole says: "Tell the

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trainee doctors that the NHS is not a 9`to`5 job.

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Jane says: And Meds in Hull says he used to work at Hull Royal

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Infirmary. Thank you very much for those.

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A building made from caravan bases to showcase architecture in Hull is

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for sale AGAIN. The ARC was built in 2006 with more than ?500,000 of

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public money. It sold for just ?21,000 last year, when the charity

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that ran it closed. Now it's back on the market for ?75,000. Here is a

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good story. A new bridge in Hull has won an

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international award for its design. The Scale Lane swing bridge was

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judged one of the best pieces of transport architecture ` even

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beating the new Kings Cross Station in London. Well done.

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Hull City have completed the signing of Everton striker Nikica Jelavic

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today. The fee for the 3.5`year deal is undisclosed, but is thought to be

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a club record for Hull. He has flowed through 30 foot

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waves, and had his boat damaged by sea life has won what's described as

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the world's toughest rowing race. 53`year`old Mike Burton and his

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partner, Tom Salt, came first in the Talisker Challenge after rowing

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3,000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean. Jill Archbold reports on

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their winning moment. The winning moment captured on

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film. 41 days after they started, Bridlington's pair realised they had

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finished among bungalow's toughest Boeing race. 16 crews set out on the

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challenge from the Canary Islands in December, heading west across the

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Atlantic and covering more than 3000 nautical miles to finish in Antigua.

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Nelson's English habit was a welcome sight for this British winners.

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Can't speak highly enough of this man. But across the line.

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53`year`old Mike is no stranger to life at sea. Four years ago, he was

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part of the team to group the hole and hammer could be in a ten month

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race around the world. He met another with a taste for adventure

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in his rowing partner Tom. Or`mac seen so many people and your loved

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ones here is just phenomenal. Or`mac only they would be here, but I

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didn't know who would make across. Despite their experience, posters

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first`hand rollers and faced extreme weather conditions with waves up to

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12 metres in height. Meanwhile, Lincolnshire's over the world record

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by with two boys in a boat. It could be two weeks until they enjoy being

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back on land. Your Mac I've been dreaming about this. I'm looking

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forward to wearing clean clothes. If they finish, they will be the

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youngest pair to work across the Atlantic.

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The Oscar nominations tomorrow could bring even more good news for a

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sound engineer from East Yorkshire. Chris Benstead has already been

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nominated for a BAFTA for his sound work on the film Gravity. The

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science`fiction movie starring George Clooney and Sandra Bullock

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got eleven BAFTA nominations in total, and is hotly tipped for the

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Oscars. Simon Spark has been to meet Chris at the Pinewood Film Studios.

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Pinewood Studios, one of the world's leading destinations for

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film`makers. But why are we here in theatre seven of Pinewood Studios?

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You know that film Gravity, with 11 BAFTA nominations? Not only was it

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partially filmed here, but its sound production is down to someone with

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connections much closer to home ` in Yorkshire, planet Earth. This is

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Chris Benstead, a sound editor with a string of films to his name,

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including Kingdom of Heaven, Thor, Brave, and Captain Phillips. But

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it's his work on Gravity that has just got him his first BAFTA

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nomination. What is your connection to Yorks and Lincs? I was born

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there, raised there. I learnt music there. I wanted to be Noel Gallagher

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for about five years, then realised it wasn't going to happen. But

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luckily I've done enough on the technical side that I could go into

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this area. This is ProTools. We use it to do everything ` record, edit,

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and mix music. I do use other mixing desks as well, but we do a lot of

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work in ProTools. So what does this BAFTA nomination mean to you? It's

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amazing. It is absolutely thrilling. It is ridiculous, really. I never

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thought this would happen when I was listening to Oasis. But it's

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amazing. Fingers crossed, you know. You never know. It's just brilliant

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to be nominated whether we wind or not. We will find out if Chris winds

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his BAFTA at the ceremony in London on the 16th of February. If he does,

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he's going to feel out of this world. Great story. His proud

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parents will be watching. The Oscar nominations are about tomorrow. I

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will talk on the radio with Chris about his music and the film.

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

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Child abuse is being carried out to order by British men on young girls

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thousands of miles away in the Philippines.

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Thousands of council tax payers face an increase in their bills `

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households face rises of up to 2%. Tomorrow: Patchy low cloud and mist

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at first. Clearing, then a day of variable cloud with sunny intervals

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and a few showers. Maximum temperature eight Celsius. Responses

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are now subject of council taxes. Time to cut the number of

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councillors and make the rest room and with less like ask, one said.

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Phil said that the people getting a freeze are financially better off.

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Another woman said she hasn't had a pay rise but she has to find money

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for another rise. See we have been asked to pay ?20 for green beans,

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which will pave more of the council tax. We pay more for council tax and

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get less. I've never seen a built in such poor condition. Steve says it

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seems we will not have a council tax increase, but if services would

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suffer in my area, then I would pay the increase to safeguard our

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excellent service that we receive. Join me for the radio at midday.

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Have a lovely evening. I'll be back at 6:30pm tomorrow night.

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