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to British coastlines, with winds of up to 80 mph. That's all from the

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BBC Good evening and welcome to BBC Look

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North. The headlines tonight: Anger over recycling rules.

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Some people in Hull say they're boycotting collections. My gripe is

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that they have changed the policy and not notified the residents. A

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boost to business as M looks set to return to a Lincolnshire town. It

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inspires confidence in the town that they are coming back, and perhaps

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other retailers will follow. The inspiration for one of TV biggest

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names. An 18th century botanist from Lincolnshire. They said you had

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abandoned him at bay `` as a baby. I did not abandon child. And the film

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producer from East Yorkshire hoping for more BAFTA success. You do feel

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like you've been round the houses are bit, but it's really exciting.

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More unsettled weather in the next 24 hours. I will be back later in

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the programme with all the details. Bin men in Hull say they've been

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verbally abused after refusing to collect recycling bins in the city.

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The city council says it's strictly enforcing rules to make sure the

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wrong material doesn't get into blue bins.

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The authority says this is costing them hundreds of thousands of

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pounds. Some householders say they'll boycott the service

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completely because they say the rules are unclear. Caroline Bilton

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reports. Collecting blue bins in Hull has

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become a contentious issue in recent weeks. There's no abuse for these

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bin men today but one who contacted Look North has told how they've been

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spat at and threatened and it's all because of this. There's been a

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crackdown on what can and can't go in the bin. This being has a black

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bin bag in, and we recently wrote to the residents to say we could not

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accept the waste in black bin bags. What is wrong with them? It's

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difficult to recycle and some contain items we can't recycle. Bin

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men have been instructed to check if there is contamination, such as

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nappies, food waste and textiles. In the future, if there is evidence of

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this, the bin won't be collected. The waste industry in the UK is

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tightening up guidelines for everyone who collect recyclables and

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in the future they will only accept waste of a certain level of quality.

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Every local authority has to do this further down the line and we are

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acting early. It is rubbish like this that is contaminating the

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bins, and the recycling company dealing with the waste is now

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charging an extra ?12 per tonne to get rid of it, costing whole city

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council an extra ?288,000 per year `` Hull City council.

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Clare Nolan has been recycling her rubbish for the past nine years but

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not anymore. My gripe is that they have changed policy within the waste

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disposal unit and not notified any of the residents. I think it's

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absolutely appalling. I have decided not to recycle any more, and that's

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difficult for me, because I like helping the environment, I like the

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feeling it gives me. I am cutting my nose off to spite my face, but I'm

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doing it any more. Claire says she still doesn't know what it was that

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contaminated her bin. She says she's been recycling the same things for

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years, so is still in the dark over what has changed. The council says

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there hasn't been a change in policy. It is just a crackdown and

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all residents will be informed over a ten`week period.

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We would like your views on this one. Do you think the council is

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right to enforce the rules so strictly? Is it the responsibility

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of the council or the individual to check their own bin? Do you even

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know what should and shouldn't go in the recycling bins? Maybe you have

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not had your bin collected because there's not a `` because there is a

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crisp packet in it. Should it be clearer?

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Changing tastes. How the growing popularity of game is helping rural

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businesses. The retail giant Marks and Spencer

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says it wants to return to a Lincolnshire town, three years after

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leaving. In 2011, the store in Grantham was shut down after the

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company said it was not "financially viable". Today, M said it had

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applied to open a shop on a retail park in the town ` a decision which

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could create 50 jobs. As Jake Zuckerman reports, it's a decision

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which has been welcomed by business leaders in the town.

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This isn't just any empty retail unit. It's the site of a new M

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Simply Food store. Three years after it closed its branch on Grantham

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High Street, the company is planning its return to the town. Wonderful.

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Absolutely wonderful. We should never have lost it in the first

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place. A lot of the shops are shot down, so it will be good to have it

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back. I think the high Street will be better, but even that just being

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back is great. Experts often regard the presence of an M as a key part

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of a town's retail environment, as they tend to generate more shopping

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visits. People have been on the streets today saying how wonderful

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it is that it's coming back. And it inspires confidence in the town that

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they are coming back, and perhaps other retailers will follow. In

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January 2011, the company closed three stores in Grantham, Skegness

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and Scunthorpe, blaming falling sales. Then, in December 2011, plans

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were approved for an out of town retail park in Scunthorpe which

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included a new M branch With its plans for a new store in Grantham

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the company is continuing its return to the region's towns. We lost Marks

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and Spencer, and not only was that a loss to the high street, it was a

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message out to the residents and people of Grantham of where it was

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going. I think a lot of work has been done over that time to improve

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Grantham, to develop Grantham and it is currently undergoing further

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development plans. But not everyone will be happy as the new branch is

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located away from Grantham's High Street. Marks Spencer say the new

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store on the site will create 50 jobs, and the many people in

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Grantham who have been living through tough times recently, it

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will come as a real morale boost as well.

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A former Senior Detective in the Humberside police force has appeared

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in court charged with several charges including rape, harassment

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and stalking. Colin Andrews appeared at Manchester Magistrates Court

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where he spoke only to confirm his name, age and address and that he

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understood the charges. Lincolnshire's Police and Crime

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Commissioner has responded to calls for him to apologise to the Chief

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Constable. Alan Hardwick suspended Neil Rhodes over allegations about

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his conduct, but a judge forced him to end that suspension.

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Commissioner Hardwick told the police and crime panel he would

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"communicate with the Chief Constable in the way suggested."

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A spy plane from RAF Waddington has been used to help map the scale of

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the flooding in the South West. The Sentinel aircraft left the county

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last night. In one flight they were able to map the whole of Southern

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England. The information will be used by groups including the

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Environment Agency. In the next hour, a public meeting will begin to

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discuss plans for a pedestrian crossing in a Lincolnshire village

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where two school girls were seriously injured in a collision.

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The 11`year`olds were hit by a mini`bus last month in Thurlby near

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Bourne. Both have left hospital. Today the speed on the road was

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reduced from 60 to 40 miles per hour. These crossings have to go

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here, one here at Northolt, and one at Thirlby, because it's important

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for people to get over to the other side of the road to catch a bus, to

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walk or cycle. We need those crossings, and that is what we have

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to go for tonight. Sir David Attenborough is in

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Lincolnshire tonight to open a new exhibition which will celebrate the

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explorer, naturalist and botanist Sir Joseph Banks. Sir David will

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host a private event at The Collection in Lincoln and we'll be

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speaking to him in just a moment, but first, Simon Spark explores the

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life of Sir Joseph Banks and his Lincolnshire connections.

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Sir Joseph Banks was born in London, but grew up in the Lincolnshire

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countryside of Revesby near Horncastle. Becoming fascinated by

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nature, botany and exploration he went on to become one of

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Lincolnshire's greatest pioneers. And so this new exhibition at the

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collection in Lincoln, both celebrates and explores his first

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and most famous voyage. Everything he did has had a tremendous impact

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on botany and the study of natural history since the 18th century. He

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was such a pioneering man in what he did by going on the first voyage

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with Captain Cook, he was the first person to take a team of artists and

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naturalists along with him, so they could record unstudied all of these

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new species which they came across. It's with artefacts from Captain

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Cook's endeavour voyage that Sir Joseph is pictured here in this

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iconic painting by Benjamin West and this forms the centrepiece of the

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exhibition because the artefacts pictured are actually on display.

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The exhibition opens tomorrow, until the 11th May.

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Sir David Attenborough will be opening the exhibition in Lincoln

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this evening. I spoke to him earlier and asked how important was Sir

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Joseph Banks to our understanding of the planet.

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Well, he was a great pioneering botanist. He was intoxicated by

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plants as a young boy, 14`year`old. And he had the benefit of having a

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huge fortune when he came to the age of 21, and with that fortune, he

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deployed it so he became one of the foremost botanists in the world. It

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was his worldwide view back came as a consequence of travelling with

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Captain Cook on the first voyage into the Pacific that enabled him to

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become, after that, a great centre of natural sciences. He was very

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much responsible for making Kew Gardens a scientific institution for

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scientific botany. We have had this extreme weather in the past couple

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of weeks. Do you think that this is the future and we need to get used

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to this? Well, people have been studying climate change the past 20

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or 30 years, and they predicted this happen. It doesn't mean necessarily

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that this was caused by climate change, but certainly climate change

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would have helped this particular situation. With sea levels rising

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and the world temperatures are rising and more moisture in the

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atmosphere it seems that we are due to get these great disturbances that

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made the storms we have experienced over the past month or so as a

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matter of course as the years come. You have been lucky to see and tell

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us about the great spectacles of the natural world. What can we do about

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future generations and future people like you can witness them? Take care

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of the dashing them. It's perfectly clear how you take care of them, and

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it does cost space `` take care of them. We have to give space, and

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money to them, come to that. They are very precious and we depend upon

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the natural world. If we neglect the natural world and it is destroyed,

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we are destroying and damaging ourselves. There we are, the

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legendary Sir David Attenborough talking to me. He is in Lincoln at

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this exhibition at the moment into Sir Joseph Banks. Enjoy it.

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Still ahead tonight: Hull's rugby teams prepare for the new

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Superleague season. And the film`makers from our region hoping

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for BAFTA success. Keep your photos coming in. Tonight

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was taken by Rod Stephens. `` tonight's was taken. Good evening,

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Keely Donovan. My husband plays football at 6:30pm, but he will not

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leave until you have been on. I'm surprised he's not in trouble for

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that. If he does it this Friday, on Valentine's Day, he will be in

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serious trouble. Go out now, Josh! Not great footballing weather,

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unsettled weather to come and wet and windy conditions persist.

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Through tomorrow, a lot of showers, but the good news is we will see an

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improvement, and here is the pressure chart. The isobars are

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slightly wider, so less breezy and no fronts to speak of, so it looks

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like a decent day until Sunday morning. A lot of cloud about. You

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can see on the satellite picture it's all associated with the low

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pressure which brought as wet and windy conditions. Very windy at the

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moment, especially across Lincolnshire. We will see parts of

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`` longer spells of showers and rein in the night, and the breeze will

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continue to strengthen. A strong, gusty breeze, and the risk of gale

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force winds around the wash and along the coastline `` Wash. As we

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go through tomorrow it looks like it will be an unsettled day. The sun is

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rising in the morning at 7:22am, setting at 7pm. Tomorrow, unsettled

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day, very windy. The risk of gale force winds through parts of

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Lincolnshire, so coastal parts most at risk. You can see from the

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graphics, a lot of showers pushing in from the North. It might not be

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until tomorrow evening we see a bit of a break in the showers. Some fine

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conditions pushing in from the north, but by tomorrow evening the

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breeze will ease down. Temperature is about average, but chilly in the

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wind, around seven or eight Celsius. Frost as we make our way into

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Sunday, then a fine day with good spells of sunshine, but enjoy it,

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because Monday looks unsettled again. The breeze is picking up with

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outbreaks of rain, and it turns more showery. The weather will tend to

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calm down a bit as we go into next weekend. OK, Josh, you can go now.

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What time you picking me up this evening? Twitter will be like

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reading 50 shades of grey tonight. I should hope not!

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The rural economy is being helped by the return of game to our kitchen

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tables as meats like partridge and rabbit make a comeback.

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The rural economy is being helped by Celebrity chefs and posh restaurants

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have helped improve its popularity with it being served on dinner

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tables across the country. The growing taste for everything from

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partridge to venison is helping businesses in East Yorkshire and

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Lincolnshire. Our rural affairs correspondent Linsey Smith explains.

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It's no surprise to Chef Rachel Green that game and wild meats are

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flying off the shelves. She's long included locally caught partridge,

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pheasant and venison on her menus. What is the secret? People overcook

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it. They don't have a lot of fat, very low in fat, so they are good to

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you so unless you add lots of sauce. Because they haven't got a lot of

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fat, they have a tendency to dry out, so you should undercoat ``

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undercook them. Be very brutal. During wartime rationing, game

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became increasingly popular. But at present prices they have to go a

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long way. But sales fell when diseases like myxomatosis spread. 70

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years on, this Grimsby butcher says it's firmly back on the menu.

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Rabbits, we can't keep up. The number of people whether it's

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casseroles, and the slow cookers and pot roast, those sort of meals, they

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want to utilise it. Rabbit in the pot with all the veg and it keeps

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everybody going. But it's not just rabbit and venison. Partridge sales

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are said to have rocketed by over 200%. For those who provide it,

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shooting brings ?1.6 billion to the economy and it supports 70,000 jobs.

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Malcolm's main reason for shooting is deer management. But the company

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he works with have taken on more staff this year to cope with demand

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for the meat. It is to protect the woodland, woodland management and

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agricultural issues. That is the main purpose. The venison is a

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by`product, a very good by`product, but it is a by`product. Back at

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Rachel's, Lincolnshire Venison with Yorkshire Rhubarb is served. A

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Valentine's feast fit for any romantic meal.

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Look at that. Fit for a queen. Good to see Rachel Green on the

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television. Home Office Minister Damian Green

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has denied any north`south divide when it comes to how the government

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deals with flooding. He was speaking during last night's Question Time,

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which was held in Scunthorpe. He said the flooding in the south of

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England had received greater media attention, compared to East Coast

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flooding in December. I remember at the time wondering why it was not

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reported, and the truth was, it coincided with the death of Nelson

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Mandela and the entire world media decamped to South Africa. So I

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completely agree. It was underreported. A very lively

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response, a big response on that one and a

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story we will continue to follow. Work is about to begin on a new

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multi`million pound agricultural college at the Lincolnshire

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Showground. This afternoon, the first turf was cut where Bishop

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Burton College's new campus will be built. It's due to open next

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September and will include labs, a farm and accommodation for students.

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To start on an absolutely clear sight, no services, and build a new

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college campus is an astonishing thing in this country nowadays. For

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that to happen in Lincolnshire, and new College, on the new site, I

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think that is in keeping with the importance of it for the county.

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Hard to believe but the Superleague season kicks off for the two Hull

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clubs this weekend with Hull FC playing tonight at the KC Stadium.

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The Black and Whites meet French side Catalan Dragons while Hull KR

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welcome Leeds Rhinos on Sunday. Looking ahead to the season, our

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sports reporter Simon Clark. It has been all change with Hull FC

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making the biggest alterations. Former captain Lee Radford takes

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charge of the club in the first time tonight against Catalan. Radford is

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34, and this is his first role as head coach. He won a world club

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championship as a player at Bradford and played for policy and the grand

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final of 2006. `` for Hull FC. If they perform, they get praise, if

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they don't, they get criticised. That is one of the issues and the

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gripes they had last year was that was not the case on many occasions.

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It is something we looked to correct. There are new players for

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both sides, and one is Mickey Pear. I like to be consistent. `` Paea. I

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want to put in a good performance week in, week out, and if I do that,

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I'll be happy. At Kingston Rovers, the manager is starting his third

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season in charge. By his own admission, his playing career was

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not illustrious, but he did appear for London Broncos. We have rebuilt

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the squad and bought together a good bunch of players, and we feel that

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we are in a better position this year than ever. Rovers have to make

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up for the loss of the talisman Michael Dobson. Michael Wayman,

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wearing ten, looks a good buy. But the surprise was the Route signing

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Ben Cockayne `` the re`signing. After a brush with the law, he says

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he's reformed. I got caught in some situations, and I won't make

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excuses, because I was a pain in the backside. No excuses for it, as I

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said. But moving on to new clubs, and the penny dropping, so to speak,

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it made me realise that it was time to grow up. When Hull Kingston

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Rovers stepped out against Leeds on Sunday they will break a record,

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because with that new stand behind me there will be 10,500 in

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attendance, higher than ever before. BBC Radio Humberside will have full

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coverage of Hull FC against Catalan on AM. That kicks off at 8:00pm.

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In football, Scunthorpe United's trip to Accrington will be on FM and

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build up in on the air now. `` is on here right now. Tomorrow Grimsby

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Town's FA Trophy Semi Final First leg at Cambridge will be on all

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frequencies. Radio Lincolnshire will have commentary of Lincoln City

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against Kidderminster tomorrow from 3:00pm. Finally on Sunday Hull KR

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against Leeds will be live on BBC Radio Humberside. The programme

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starts at 2:00pm. This weekend sees the BAFTAs, the awards often

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described as the British Oscars. And this year there's plenty of interest

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for us here in Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire. "Rush", nominated for

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best editing and best sound, was filmed at Cadwell Park race track in

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Lincolnshire. Christopher Benstead, who grew up in East Yorkshire, is

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nominated for best sound on "Gravity". The painter David

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Hockney, who's been living in Bridlington, stars in "Tim's

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Vermeer", nominated Best Documentary. And Tracey Seaward `

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from Willerby, near Hull ` is nominated for Best Film and

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Outstanding British Film as the producer of "Philomena". Anne`Marie

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Tasker has been to meet her in London. Champagne or Bucks fizz? No,

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thank you. You have to pave everything. Philomena, up for two

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British Academy Awards, and their producer one BAFTA ten years ago

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that says this double nomination is even more special. You can't take

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nominations for granted. There is often a lot of great British movies

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that will be omitted from the BAFTAs, especially now it's become

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such a global machine. But it is a fantastic feeling. Not as fantastic

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as 2012, when Tracy produced the Olympic opening ceremony and worked

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with her Majesty the Queen. It feels almost mythical. You can't

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quite believe that you really did it. I would never have anticipated

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the success of the ceremony. If there is a hierarchy, it would

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definitely be up there. You mentioned before that you would be

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keen to produce the opening ceremony for the city of culture. Would you

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still be looking at? It's a little time ahead, but I'm proud of the

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city and I'd be more than happy to do it. Whole `` the city of whole is

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my true heritage. I am proud to be from Willoughby and from Hull. And

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I'm proud to support Hull City. And on Sunday, they will be rooting for

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her and her film. Do you remember anything he said? Hello. It might

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have just been high. `` hi. And if you want to watch the BAFTAs, it's

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on BBC One at nine o'clock on Sunday night. Let's get a recap of the

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national and regional headlines. Parts of Britain are battered again

:26:39.:26:41.

as yet another big storm sweeps in from the Atlantic. Residents in Hull

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say they'll no longer sort their rubbish after a crackdown on

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recycling rules. Tomorrow's weather ` A windy day with showers, which

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will ease later. Highs around 8C. That's 46 Fahrenheit. A response on

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the subject of recycling in the blue bins. Ron says that the council is

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paid and employed by us to serve us, not persecutors. Changing their

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actions on recycling without notice or consultation is overuse of their

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mandate. John says that everybody should stop recycling immediately

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and puts all the rubbish in the general waste bin. The cost to the

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council will soon make them back down over this overzealous

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nit`picking. Judith in Horncastle says she has sympathy for summary

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penalised over a mistake but what's the point of recycling bins if you

:27:29.:27:33.

just put anything in them. Paul says recycling doesn't take much effort

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and we should all do it. It is not rocket science, just put the right

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stuff in the right bin. I give those, thank you for your responses,

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thank you watching. `` thank you for those. Have a peaceful weekend. Good

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night.

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