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the windscreen first thing in the morning. That is all from us. Now,

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on BBC One we can Good evening and welcome to BBC Look

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North. The headlines tonight... The inquest into the death of Red

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Arrow Sean Cunningham hears about ejector seat concerns dating back 20

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years. I've been at the inquest, where the

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ejection seat's maker said it knew of a possible fault 20 years ago,

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but failed to tell the RAF. Designs for a bridge to re`unite a

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city and its historic waterfront ` the designs are made public. I think

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the ambitions need to be raised. I think you need something really

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startling and beautiful. We are not looking to win architectural awards,

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readers want something that does the job. `` we just want something.

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A warning of environmental disaster if fracking for cheap gas isn't

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properly controlled. And has spring sprung? We look at

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the effects of the mild winter. And a cold and frosty night, a Met

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office warning of fog by morning. Good evening.

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The inquest into the death of a Red Arrows pilot Sean Cunningham has

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been told of concerns over the safety of ejection seats... Concerns

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which were not revealed to the RAF. Flight Lieutenant Cunningham died

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when he was ejected from his sationary plane at RAF Scampton in

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November 2011. The inquest has been told that the seat's manufacturer

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Martin`Baker warned foreign air forces about the possible fault 20

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years ago. Caroline Bilton reports. We are now eight days into this

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inquest and today was the turn of the employees of the ejection seat

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manufacturer, Martin`Baker, to answer questions. Flight Lieutenant

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Sean Cunningham's ejection seat wed off as he sat on the tarmac at RAF

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Scampton in 2011. A crucial nut and bolt had been over tightened,

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preventing his parachute from the `` from deploying. Martin`Baker has

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produced 75,000 seats since 1946. There are currently 5550 mark ten

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parachutes in service around the world.

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Martin`Baker were aware back in 1990 that if they not and bolt were over

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tightened, it could produce a risk to life. They produced a warning for

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foreign users of the parachutes but failed to warn the RAF.

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Since the death of Flight Lieutenant Cunningham, the design of the

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crucial nut and bolt has been changed. It is soon to be lamented.

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The inquest continues. Caroline is in Lincoln this evening.

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Caroline, what other lessons have been learnt after Sean's death?

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There is a bit of a twist in the tale here because after the

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accident, it has transpired that the guidance given on that crucial nut

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and bolt and how far it should be tightened was in fact wrong. So

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although foreign air forces on the advice of Martin`Baker were

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following incorrect advice, the MoD, following its own guidelines was in

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promoting a procedure that posed a risk to life and all of this has

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come to light after the death of Sean Cunningham. Perhaps these new

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procedures have been implemented since then but we sadly, obviously,

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have lost and we have seen a man die as a result of this. Perhaps this

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would not have come to light until now it if it were not for the death

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of Flight Lieutenant Sean Cunningham.

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In a moment... The organisers of the Hull ten`kilometre run promise this

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year will be a success. A leading mining engineer has told

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the BBC that if the shale gas industry is not properly regulated,

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it could lead to an environmental disaster. Last week, the French

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energy company Total committed almost ?30 million to exploring

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fracking in parts of Lincolnshire. The Government argues that it would

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bring huge benefits to the community. However Mike Hill, who

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worked on a fracking rig in Blackpool that caused a minor

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earthquake, believes there are real dangers. We'll hear from him in a

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moment but first Jake Zuckerman has this report.

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"No need to fear fracking" ` that was the message from Prime Minster

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David Cameron last week as he visited an oil depot near

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Gainsborough. On the Lincolnshire`Nottinghamshire border,

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where we have oil extraction and gas extraction taking place right now,

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people can already see that this is a safe and successful industry and

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employing local people. That will improve when they moved to exploding

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shale gas as well. So what exactly does fracking

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involve? It means drilling down into the gas`bearing shale rock and

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injecting a mixture of water, sand and chemicals under high pressure.

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This fractures the rock, releasing shale gas, which flows back to

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ground level. The area around Gainsborough has been earmarked for

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exploration by French energy company Total. We need to make sure that

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shale is extracted responsibly, that it is safe for those extra net and

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safe for the environment. That is why we are putting in place a very

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strong regular Tariq framework. `` regulatory framework. But fracking

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has been blamed for causing two small earthquakes near Blackpool in

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2011. And environmental campaigners fear it could cause the sort of

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contamination of water supplies shown in this dramatic footage from

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the USA. The quiet Lincolnshire village of Laughton sits directly

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above the type of rock formations that energy companies want to

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explore. Permission was recently granted to drill for oil on the

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outskirts of the village. A controversial decision and when it

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comes to fracking, people living in the village are concerned. I have

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lived here all my life, it is a nice and quiet village. It could do

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without it. I am not a great believer in that around a village

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area like this. The black areas on this map show the parts of East

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Yorkshire and Lincolnshire where oil companies already hold drilling

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licences. From next summer, the red areas will be opened up for auction,

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allowing companies to bid for licences that will give them the

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rights to explore for conventional oil and gas and for shale gas. The

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Government will be hoping that anti`fracking protests, like this

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one near Manchester last week, don't become widespread.

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Earlier, I spoke To Mike Hill, a senior engineer on the fracking rig

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which caused a minor earthquake in Blackpool two years ago. I asked him

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if he thinks fracking is safe. No. But is anything safe? I don't

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think you can say anything is completely safe. At this point in

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time, fracking is not safe. A study said that is long as it is

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regulated, it is safe was the boy should anyone be concerned? Public

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Health England have come in a little late but as they said in their own

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wording, providing it is properly regulated, it is not properly

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regulated. With proper regulation comes in force at and inspection and

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it is not being inspected or a delicious enforced at all. You say

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that the monitoring and inspection is not robust enough? Not at all. In

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layman 's terms, four wells have been drilled and they were inspected

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zero times. The UK water industry research, the government's research

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body, say there is no chance of contaminating water supplies. Their

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official statement was something on the lines of, "is honoured as it is

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strictly enforce `` as long as it is strictly enforced" . Ground water is

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at risk of contamination. Councils which allow fracking will be better

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off and it will provide jobs and money. Can you understand the rush?

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At this point in the economic cycle, there is a number of councils who

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are strapped for cash. However, you cannot put money before people's

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lives, before public health and before the environment. Briefly, if

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you were living near a fracking plant yourself, would you be

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worried? Yes, if I was living within 1.5 miles of a fracking well, I

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would be very worried. Based on studies from America.

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We'd like to hear your thoughts on this story. Is Mike Hill right to be

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concerned or are you happy that the Government will have the right

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regulations in place to make sure Fracking is entirely safe? Is

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fracking shale gas the right way to produce energy or are you concerned

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about the effects on the environment?

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You can hear more from Mike Hill and from the Energy Minister, Michael

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Fallon, on the issue of fracking on tonight's Inside Out at 7:30pm.

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A number of jobs could be lost at an egg`packing company in Lincolnshire.

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Noble Foods says it's consulting staff at its plant at North Scarle

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near Lincoln. The firm is looking at relocating part of its business to

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Oxfordshire. A woman's in a serious condition

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after being hit by a bus in East Yorkshire. The woman, in her 60s,

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was hit near Castle Hill hospital earlier today. Roads around the

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incident were closed for much of the afternoon. No`one on the bus was

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hurt. Work could start as early as next

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year on a footbridge designed link the centre of Hull with its historic

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waterfront. At the moment, the two areas are split by the busy A63 dual

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carriageway, meaning people have to use pedestrian crossings to visit

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them. Today, the Highways Agency put their plans for the bridge on show

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but already some of the designs have been described as unacceptable by

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the man leading Hull's regeneration. Sarah Corker reports.

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It's one of Hull's busiest roads and is often described as a barrier to

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growth in the city. It divides the city centre and the marina. And, to

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solve that very problem, five designs for an iconic footbridge.

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From the functional... To spiralling, curving structures. They

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are not particularly inspiring and do not reflect the area in any way.

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Despite disapointment in the designs, at this jewellery workshop

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on the marina, they hope the bridge can unlock the waterfront's

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potential. Not only is it a physical barrier, it is also a mental barrier

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as well because that road is really busy. It is quite dangerous. I think

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it needs to be easier to get across. This summer, the long`awaited

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Government upgrade of the A63 was approved, and includes lowering the

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road. Anything that we can do that will encourage people to cross from

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Hull city centre to the proposed development areas will be of benefit

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to the city, especially with the city of culture. City leaders have a

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vision of an iconic structure but there is only a budget for a

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functional bridge. Extra funding has to be found. An extra ?3 million

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according to the council. I think the options are potentially quite

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exciting. We have never been closer to realising this scheme. What do

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you think of the plans for the footbridge? The ambitions need to be

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raised. You need something really startling and beautiful. We are not

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looking to win architectural awards, we were one something that does the

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job. It looks functional, there is nothing wrong with that. And,

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whatever the final design is, it's hoped a bridge could be in place for

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the City Of Culture celebrations in 2017.

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And you can see more of those images and the plans by visiting our

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website and following the links. Thank you for watching on BBC One

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this Monday night. Still ahead tonight... The

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organisers of the Hull ten, the run `` ten kilometre run say it will be

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a success. And the plants tricked into

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flowering weeks early by a mild winter.

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This is the king George Dock. Another picture tomorrow night at

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the same time. Good evening. A mild winter, that is

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my job! Maggie says, , " I saw Peter in my local supermarket and saw him

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eyeing up the reduced items! " fog is the main concern tonight, so

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allow more time of your commute first thing tomorrow.

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A different feel for the weather tomorrow. A chilly feel and that

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mist an Foxley thing `` that mist and fog lifting. We are ahead of

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this weather front that will bring rain on Tuesday night into

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Wednesday. It is ideal for mist and fog formation. It has been a nice

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day almost everywhere today. A lot of sunshine. We have patchy cloud

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pushing in from the west. That will complicate the fog formation but it

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will break up. We all have debit is close to freezing, watch for frost.

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We are respecting that fog to develop with the exception of

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coastal areas with a gentle onshore breeze full supply should protect

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those areas. Temperatures at or below freezing in many areas. The

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sun will rise in the morning at 8:05am. A lot of fog first thing in

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the morning. That will slowly lift. The exceptions could be coastal

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areas. It is a chilly feel to most with a moderate south east wind in

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the afternoon. The top temperatures in the afternoon, they are

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struggling to stop the average is around seven. We are looking at four

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Celsius. That is the high. Rain at first, slowly petering out. A lot of

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cloud and a risk of patchy rain on Thursday. That is the forecast. I am

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working with posh people this evening, they don't know what and

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bargains are! `` bent bargains. At 50 acres, it's the size of more

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than 30 football pitches, making a new solar energy park near Sleaford

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in Lincolnshire the largest in the county. Its owners says it will

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generate enough electricity to power 3,000 homes. But concerns are being

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raised about the growth of the solar industry in Lincolnshire, where land

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is valued for farming. Here's our Business Correspondent, Paul Murphy.

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It is the size of 30 football pitches. The largest solar farm

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Lincolnshire has seen. The company behind it believes solar has

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fantastic potential in this county. It is reducing the need to import

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energy from other countries, it is generating clean energy at the point

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people use it and it is increasing the investment into the local and

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national energy grid. Connected fully to the grid this week, it is

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hoped this solar farm will generate enough power for 3000 homes. In

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fact, the large open spaces in ligature have attracted several

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solar farms in recent years. There are at least six now operating in

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the county, from Gainsborough down to Sleaford. Many more are planned

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or are being built. The Government's ambition is for a

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tenfold increase in the number of solar farms over the next ten years.

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Ministers are also issuing strong guidelines on where they should be

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built. The real thrust of expansion for solar in the UK must actually be

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on round field sites, on industrial buildings, on Brownfield land, on

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commercial buildings and also individual homes. That is where the

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expansion of solar Nice to be. In Lincolnshire, there is concern about

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the loss of farmland. Where it is highly visible and 100 or 50 acre

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sites, where it is taking up food production land, ING beers. The

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owners of the site say that rather than ruining the land, they will be

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enhancing it by bringing in beehives and wild flowers to improve

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pollination. We get this huge pollination benefit on the rest of

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the farm. About six miles from any development of solar, we see an

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improvement of ten or 50% of the wider agricultural production. This

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site sits on low`grade agricultural land, which is just about acceptable

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to the Government. As the solar industry expands in Lincolnshire,

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the pressure to the use farmland is looking to increase. An interesting

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one. Thanks to everyone who got in touch

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regarding Friday's story about fox hunting. The League Against Cruel

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Sports has said it will be gathering more evidence this year, following

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the prosecution of four members of Yorkshire's Middleton Hunt, but some

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hunts say activists pose a danger to legitimate groups. Not surprisingly,

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there was a big response after the programme. Just a view of the

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many... Thank you very much for all of

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those. Lincoln City will hold a minute's

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applause for their former striker, Andy Graves, who has died aged 86.

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Andy played for Lincoln in three spells during the 1950s, scoring a

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club record of 143 goals. The former miner's career will be celebrated by

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applause before the match against Woking on Saturday.

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Steve Bruce said he was disappointed to lose at Norwich with a goal late

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into the game. Former Grimsby Town player Ryan Bennett headed home the

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only goal in the game, which saw Tigers' midfield player, Tom

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Huddlestone, sent off for two cautions. They have to and puffed

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and had a few corners and free kicks but overall we were very

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comfortable, our defenders defended well but we conceded in the last

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minute, which is always annoying. Scunthorpe United could only manage

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a goaless draw with Wimbledon in League Two. It was enough to keep

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them top of the table and unbeaten since Russ Wilcox took charge.

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Grimsby Town are still in the promotion play`off places in the

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Conference. A late equaliser at Blundell Park against Gateshead

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earned the Mariners a 2`2 draw. They're now fifth in the table.

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For a fifth year, Hull will host a ten`kilometre race in memory of the

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charity fundraiser Jane Tomlinson, who was also a student in the city.

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Last year's race proved controversial when it was reduced to

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nine kilometres after a bridge on the route was opened. Our sports

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reporter, Simon Clark, has been to find out about this year's plans.

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They are getting warmed up for the big one. Hull FC's player was

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setting off a motley crew, head of the city's ten kilometre race. Last

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year, the race was reduced to nine, Mrs after a bridge on the route was

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opened and would not close. The organisers hope that will not happen

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this year. I think everybody took it very well and understood it was

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unavoidable in the circumstances. We always had contingency plans in

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place and hopefully we will not see a repeat of that. Last year's

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shortened run annoyed some keen runners. But many do not believe it

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will have an adverse effect this year. I think people work

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disappointed they were not getting the full distance but on the all I

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don't think it well except the ship was macro event. I think people

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understood it was in beyond the control of the organisers. The Hull

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ten kilometre race, run in memory of Jane Tomlinson, is into its fifth

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year and has become a premier running event in East Yorkshire.

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After the problems of last, the organisers say they have

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contingencies in place that, if anything goes wrong, this year ten:

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That is will mean ten kilometres. It will be the 8th of June.

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Across East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, there are signs that

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spring has started to make an appearance. Some plants are

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flowering almost three weeks early, and newborn lambs are already being

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put out to grass because of the mild temperatures. Amy Cole has been

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discovering the tell`tale signs of spring.

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Everywhere you look, there are hints of spring, although you might not

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have realised it. At Burton Agnes Hall near Driffield, the aconite

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plant has already started flowering. It's three weeks early, as are the

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snowdrops. But there's something even more exceptional. The rosemary

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bush, as Jeremy Palmer, the estate's head gardener, explains.

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It is flowering a lot earlier than we would expect. In the 15 years I

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have been here, this is the first time I have seen it flower at this

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time of year. It's not just the flora but the fauna that's

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flourishing, too. At this farm in Beswick in East Yorkshire, the pet

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ducks have already started hatching eggs and the newborn lambs are being

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put out to grass. They would normally stay in for ten to 14 days,

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but they are going up that they be gold. We have a pair of born last

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weekend and they are already out. Chris Hickman is an expert in the

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changing seasons and thier effects on wildlife. At this woodland in

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Grantham, birds are nesting and that, he says, can be risky.

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What this may mean is that if the young hatch too soon and then there

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is a long period of cold like we saw in 2013, there may be a lack of food

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or it might be so cold that the young could die. Back at Burton

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Agnes, there are further indications of warmer weather. This plant hails

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from Madeira, a warmer climate. I told they had not had to cover the

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plants up this winter because of the warm temperature. As you can see,

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there is a bit of frost on the leaves but that is not a problem.

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However, it could be if the temperature drops below freezing

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during the day for a number of days. Then they might have to get cautions

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`` have to take precautions. Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines. The Liberal Democrats suspend Lord

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Rennard after he refused to apologise over sexual harassment

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claims. The inquest into the death of Red

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Arrow Sean Cunningham hears about ejection seat concerns dating back

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20 years. Tomorrow's weather ` mist and fog

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slowly lifting into low cloud. Tomorrow's weather ` mist and fog

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slowly lifting into A chance of sun on higher ground and along the

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coast. A maximum temperature of four Celsius. That's 39 Fahrenheit.

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A big response on the subject of fracking. One woman says they could

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be risks, and their only financial interests, at them risk of

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environmental issues. Kevin says, how can anyone think

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that destroying the ground beneath our feet would end well? They need

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to use a bit of common sense. Tony said, I own a farm and we would

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welcome it. We need the gas. Join me tomorrow on Radio

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Humberside. Look after yourself. Good night.

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