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That is all from the BBC News At Six,

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

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Calls for dredging to be introduced to prevent future flooding in East

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Yorkshire. It has always worked historically and now there is no

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river traffic pick to disturb the silt. We have had six flooding is in

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the century, it is getting worse. The campaigners who want a new road

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built around their village to ease congestion. Gravity. Continuing his

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space odyssey ` we talk to the East Yorkshire BAFTA winner fresh from

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his awards success. A quieter week to come on the

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weather front. I will be back later in the programme with all the

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details. The widespread floods which have

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caused so much devastation to properties and land in the south of

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the country have led to calls for the River Hull to be dredged in

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parts of East Yorkshire. The chair of Beverley and Holderness Drainage

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Board says the practice of removing sediment from the riverbed should be

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reintroduced to lower the risk of future flooding. But a group of

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experts claim that it could cause problems further downstream in Hull.

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We'll be hearing from them in a moment but first Leanne Brown

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reports. This farmer's land is right next to

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the river Hull and he knows all to well the devastation flooding can

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cause. 2007 was the serious flood. We lost crop in that event. The

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river itself did not flood but it was the water which backed up which

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flooded us. The potato crop was a complete write`off and it meant we

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have not grown potatoes since. He's a firm believer that dredging can

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help. It needs a lot of the trees growing the river taken out. It

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needs the margins tidied up. It needs the sunken boat sticking out

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at Beverley. Dredging is scooping up although that which has accumulated

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that the bug `` at the bottom of the river, making it deeper. It is a

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hugely controversial progress that my process. It's seems to be a rare

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occasion these days .and although the Environment Agency have said

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they will do some dredging this year ` researchers claim it wouldn't have

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prevented recent events. The water engineers put out a report on Friday

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which said that dredging is a message of false hope. False because

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it will probably not work. Cruel because it is offering a single

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solution to a much more contributed problem. If you dredge the River

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Hull, you make the water moves quicker from the top of the

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catchment all the way to the lower section. You could end up flooding

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Hull by doing that. But the man who manages water levels in the East

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Riding says they're wrong. We do not believe them. It has always worked

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historically. Nobody is no river traffic to disturb this felt, it is

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just silting up. `` the silt. We can see the silt on the bottom. With

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parts of the south of England still under water ` flooding is on the

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national agenda ` the question is now who will the government listen

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to? Earlier I spoke to David Wilkes from

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the Institute of water and environmental management. I started

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by asking him if dredging the River Hull would reduce the risk of

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flooding. It is a really difficult question to cancer. We would need to

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study it properly. If you cleared out the upper reach of the River

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Hull, it would make the water speed away more quickly from those areas

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but where will it end up? Here in the city of coal. And it could be

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potentially dangerous. `` city of Seoul. It is important to look at

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the outflow from the River Hull to make sure the connections to the

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Humber and then out to sea are flowing as efficiently as possible.

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Local people who know the land and the river Hull say dredging is the

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answer. You say it isn't, do you know better than them? There is a

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lot of people saying that dredging rate across England and Wales would

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have helped better in these floods. You need to be very careful where

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you call for dredging. It will give people false hope, just because

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there has not been as much dredging in the last 25 years, it would not

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have fixed the problem. How do you get this message across because so

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far you don't seem to have convinced a lot of people who are standing

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knee deep in flood water? People here feel uncomfortable if they feel

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their properties might get flooded in the future. We're all very

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sympathetic with people being forced out of their homes and businesses

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being damaged, but the knee jerk reaction to say we should have done

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this and that is not the answer. We need to learn lessons from these

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floods. We probably need to plan for more severe weather for the years

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ahead. Thank you very much for joining us this evening. Let us know

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what you think of this story. Should time and money be spent on dredging

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when the experts say it's not the answer? You can e`mail us, textiles

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or telephone us. A little later in the programme

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we'll be in the village of South Ferriby in North Lincolnshire where

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there's a public meeting tonight to discuss the tidal flooding which

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occurred there in December In a moment.

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People living in a Lincolnshire village say they have hundreds of

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names on a petition calling for a new road to be built ` because of

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long delays at the level crossing. Tallington, between Stamford and

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Market Deeping, sits on the East Coast Main Line and people living

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there are worried even more trains will use the line in years to come.

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Even Gemma Dawson reports. Every time these barriers come down `

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traffic builds`up ` causing frustration for drivers. 99% of the

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time I come here, I have to sit and wait. I have sat here as much as

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three quarters of an hour to trying get through here. They should've

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done years ago. On ago to work the morning, I use the back routes

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because you can sit here for 20 minutes. I counted these barriers

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came down nine times in one hour in the morning. Campaigners say it can

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be closed up to 45 minutes in an hour. They are worried if more

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trains use the line, the crossing will be closed even longer. Justin

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is campaigning for a link road to be built to the north of Tallington to

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stop this happening. Today he's been leafleting drivers stuck at the

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crossing. It is through quality`of`life, pollution and

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danger. A bypass to the north would solve everything. A number of

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options are being considered. Campaigners prefer this route,

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diverting motorists around the village. But they're concerned about

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this option ` which would cut through Tallington. It is not fear

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on the people of Tallington, but also it does not fix the problem. We

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need a proper solution which involves bypassing the village to a

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proper road bridge. Not everyone is a fan of that idea either. At the

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local pub ` we meet landlord, Ian Town. He's concerned, if the current

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crossing is closed ` he'll lose passing trade. If the bypass goes

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ahead, it will be no good for us business`wise. We are a of passing

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trade in the summer. `` we rely on. In a statement ` Network Rail says.

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But people here hope a solution can be found soon.

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A court in London's heard that a prison officer at Full Sutton jail

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in East Yorkshire thought he was going to die when three prisoners

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held him hostage and demanded the release of the radical Muslim cleric

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Abu Qatada. Feroz Khan is charged with false imprisonment, threats to

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kill and assault following the incident in May last year. Fuad

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Awale is charged with false imprisonment and threats to kill.

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David Watson is charged with false imprisonment.

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Traders on Lincoln's Bailgate worried about losing business when

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an important access closes for a month have met with the city's

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council. The Newport Arch will be closed to traffic in March for

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essential maintenance work. The two sides will now work together to

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minimise the impact of the road closure on businesses.

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Hull City are hoping to reach the quarter finals of the FA Cup for

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only the sixth time in their history this evening. They play championship

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side Brighton and Hove Albion at the Amex Stadium with the winners facing

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Sunderland. Our sports reporter Simon Clark is in Sussex, meeting a

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couple of Tigers' fans who've not had to travel far at all to watch

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tonight's game. It is the historic county town of Sussex. Just a few

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miles from the stadium. The home of this couple. Both are excited by

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this match on their doorstep. I was disappointed they did not have a

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home draw. I would have liked to have had a few home draws to make it

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easy for us but hopefully we can come good. An exciting thing at the

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moment is that our second team is almost as good as our first team

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used to be. The crowd from Brighton are really noisy. It can be quite

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intimidating. Back in Yorkshire these fans are getting ready for the

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epic journey south. If we play like we normally do, we should be there

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or thereabouts. We have a lot of injuries. But I am confident.

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Hopefully we will get a trip to Wembley. We can score some goals

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tonight. We will go for it, fast`paced, don't let them settle

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but we can beat them definitely. What do this couple wants, a cup

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final or Premier League survival? This UI would go for the cup. I

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would go for the league please. If we go down it will be hard to come

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back up. Both teams have a great incentive to progress to the

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quarterfinals, a home tie against Sunderland. The Hull city, they have

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only reached that stage five times in their history. Five times in 110

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years. Time to put that right. And BBC Radio Humberside will have

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commentary of the match on all its frequencies. Kick off is at quarter

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to eight, and the build up is already underway in Sportstalk,

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which is on air now. Still ahead tonight: We go on patrol

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with the Lincolnshire soldiers who are trying to keep streets safe in

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Afghanistan. Out of this world ` we talk to the

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East Yorkshire man celebrating his Bafta success last night.

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Our picture tonight is The Deep in Hull taken by Keith Batty. It looks

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quite brooding as the sun sets. It must be half term because we have

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Keeley with the weather. Why is it you always look like you have

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stepped out of the salon? Because they have screened on this camera

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which everything fuzzy. What is the weather look like? It is much

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quieter and milder, there will be rain and wind but not as strong as

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has been the last of weeks. We start with a lot of mist and work around

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tomorrow with the risk of showers. You can see on the pressure chart

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the isobars spaced apart more widely. Not as windy as last week.

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It has been a cloudy day with spells of rain and drizzle. They will

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continue this evening. Further outbreaks of rain and drizzle. That

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band of rain will clear the way eastwards. It will dry up through

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the second half of the evening. Mr walk`out developing. `` nest and

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cloud developing. Tomorrow morning, a murky start to the day. Some of

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the mist and low cloud will struggle to lift. We have a few showers

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about. It will break the cloud up. There may be more brightness towards

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the end of the day. Mild for the time of year, temperatures around

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nine or 10 degrees. It will be much less breezy than it has been in the

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last week. On Wednesday, a lot of cloud. This might produce rain and

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drizzle in places but it will dry up as the day progresses. Outbreaks of

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rain and drizzle on Thursday. Windy on Friday, but it looks largely dry.

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I hope it is sunny down south where Peter is heading.

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There are calls tonight for money to be spent on improved flood

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prevention measures in a North Lincolnshire village which was badly

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hit by the tidal surge in December. People living in South Ferriby want

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their flood bank raised and flood sirens to be installed. They say the

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warnings in December came too late and at a meeting tonight, they'll

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raise the issue with the emergency services. Skip after skip of flood

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damaged furniture still remains in the streets. This woman's home was

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one of 120 flooded. Two and a half months later, those living here want

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and so is about how this happened. The key question is why we were not

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put on a severe flood warning. If we had been, everything else would've

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fallen into place. Something failed along the line. Other villages were

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evacuated. People here were sitting in their homes watching the news

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when a delicate of water arrives. Do some people not take the warning

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seriously enough? That is possible but some people did not get the

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warnings. The muddy water poured over the defences of the village and

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into homes. Many were evacuated and the power was cut off for days.

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South Ferriby is protected by a series of ditches and this flood

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bank but back September it offered little protection. A key question

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tonight will be whether the village gets any money to build up the

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defences. Constituents had ?37 million of flood defence in the last

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few years. In 2008, the Environment Agency identified the bank along the

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South Humber as in need of improvement. This is part of their

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long`term investment. The council is providing emergency financial help

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but it could be up to a year before people can return home. The outcome

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of that meeting will be announced in our late bulletin tonight.

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Hundreds of soldiers from the East Midlands, including some from

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Lincolnshire, are spending a gruelling winter in Afghanistan.

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It's the largest deployment from the region since the conflict began 12

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years ago. Our correspondent Jeremy Ball has been out with soldiers

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patrolling the city streets in Helmand Province, and witnessed them

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working with the local Afghan police. He's sent this special

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report. ATM at the forward operating base and we are kitted out for a

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safety briefing which makes you sit up and listen. All this for a short

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walk to the provincial police headquarters where the royal

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Anglians have been helping train local Afghan police. They are

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keeping the city secure and open for business. Soon there will not be any

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British soldiers here to help. There is only 200 metres between the bases

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but we are very exposed and they are not taking any chances. Overnight

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the found to improvise bombs in the city. There is also a threat from

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suicide bombers. To soldiers come from Lincolnshire. There is always a

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risk of improvised bombs coming down the main route, you cannot stop

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them. Inside the police headquarters some of the soldiers are living and

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working with the Afghan forces. They're here to share intelligence

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about security threats. It takes time to build up a rapport but once

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you establish it, you can get a good relationship going, they have a

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similar sense of humour to ourselves. They enjoy a laugh. We

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practice the local language when we meet the locals. We just smile when

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we do not understand. Now they are focusing on the mammoth task of

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ending combat operations. Thousands of troops have already left

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Afghanistan and by the end of the year, it will be another chapter in

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British and history. `` British military history.

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Now tonight on Inside Out we catch up with the people who built a brand

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new steam engine for the Main Line. Tornado took to the tracks in 2008

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and has hauled the Royal train three times since then. The team is now

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working to recreate an even bigger locomotive, a Gresley P2. The type

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was first built at the legendary Doncaster Works in 1934. That's on

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Inside Out, here on BBC One tonight at 7.30pm.

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Thanks to everyone who has been in touch about the strict enforcement

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of rules about what people can put in their recycling bins. Here are

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some of the messages we have received.

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Thank you very much for your comments.

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England cricketer and recent Ashes winner Arran Brindle ` who's from

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Louth in Lincolnshire ` has announced her retirement from

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international cricket. Arran Brindle returned to the school where she

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works earlier this month to talk about her Ashes success. She made

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her England debut in 1999 and has been in three Ashes winning sides.

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Scunthorpe United are second in league two after Friday evening's

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win against Accrington Stanley David Mirfin scored a late winner to see

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the Iron get all three points, with the match ending 3`2. Manager Russ

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Wilcox said it was an amazing game and result for this team.

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There were mixed fortunes for Hull's two rugby league clubs in their

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opening Superleague matches over the weekend. Hull Kingston Rovers had a

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disappointing start, suffering a heavy defeat against Leeds, with the

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Rhinos scoring six tries in the second half. The final score 6`34.

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Across the City Hull FC secured a narrow victory over Catalan Dragons

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on Friday evening. The Black and Whites were able to hold off a late

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surge from the French. That game finished 36`34 to Hull FC.

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Some of the biggest names in the film industry were honoured at last

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night's BAFTA awards ceremony in London ` and among them was a sound

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editor who grew up in East Yorkshire. Chris Benstead first

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became interested in music when he was at school in Preston, near Hull.

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Now, he's won a British Academy Film Award for his work on the movie

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Gravity, as our Arts and Culture Correspondent Anne`Marie Tasker

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reports. Gravity. Chris Benstead, centre

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stage at last night's BAFTAs ceremony in London. His team won the

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best sound award for their work on the Sandra Bullock film Gravity.

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Thank you to the director for making such a wonderful film which gave us

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all such a huge opportunity. He said there is no sound in space, were

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right. It was an amazing synergy between sound and music. We all work

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together to create it so thank you to Stephen. Thank you. But this

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isn't Chris' first big film. He's recently worked on Thor, Brave and

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Captain Phillips. Speaking before the awards ` he told Look North his

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childhood in East Yorkshire had a big influence on his career. I went

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to school here. I learnt music there. I wanted to be no Gallagher

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for about five years. I realise that's not going to happen. Luckily

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I had done enough on the technical side to get into that area. But he

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wasn't our region's only BAFTA winner. Rush ` filmed at Cadwell

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Park racetrack in Lincolnshire ` won best editing. And Philomena `

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produced by Tracey Seaward from Willerby near Hull ` took the best

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adapted screenplay. For Chris, winning wasn't the only highlight `

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he says being congratulated by Leonardo Di Caprio was almost as

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special. And the award probably won't be his last ` his team are

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front runners to win the sound mixing award at the Oscars next

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month. I'm delighted that Chris Benstead is

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able to join us this evening. I imagine the past 24 hours have felt

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slightly surreal? Yes, you could say that. It was fantastic just to be at

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the awards ceremony itself so to actually get on the stage and

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receive a BAFTA was amazing. Did you ever imagine in your wildest dreams

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that your work could be nominated for, let alone win, a Bafta? Not

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really. When we were making the film, we were just doing the job in

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hand. I knew it was a great film from the first moment I saw it but

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we did not know what it would be this huge. How could this win

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enhance your career? This win was a slight shift for me because it is

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actually for the mixing of the music which I was nominated. So, who

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knows, perhaps my career will move down that route I'm not sure. Was

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this always what you want to do from when you were little? I always

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wanted to do music. When I was ten or 11 I picked up a guitar and

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learned the cello as well. I knew I wanted to do music, not necessarily

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for film, but it has been a fantastic avenue to go down and I

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enjoy everyday working on films. It is great. Between you and me, have

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you got any gossip from last night?! Not really. You met Leonardo

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DiCaprio? He did shake my hand and say well done as he was leaving,

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which was amazing. He mentioned no Gallagher. He chatted to me at the

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awards last night. I said he was an inspiration to me when I was 16.

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Well done, you deserve it. I have yet to see the film but I will go

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and watch it. Congratulations. Thank you so much.

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

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Alex Salmond issues a warning to business ` an independent Scotland

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without the pound could cost hundreds of millions.

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There are calls for rivers to be dredged to prevent future flooding

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in the region. Tomorrow's weather ` Mist and fog

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lingering in places. A few showers developing but increasing amounts of

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brightness. Temperatures up to 9C. Thank you for e`mailing us tonight,

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we have had a few responses about raging in the River Hull. If the

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experts say that dredging is not the Ansaru, then we should listen to

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them. They are qualified to judge. Let them get on with it. Katie in

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Bridlington says people who buy farms near rivers should know that

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they will flood. Gary says dredging the River Hull is ridiculous. People

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are looking for a simple fix and it will be a waste of money. Mark from

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Beverley says it is not rocket science that dredging higher parts

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of the river will `` increase the risk of flooding further down. We

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have got you going tonight. Philip inborn says the problem with

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dredging is that wildlife charities have been pressuring wildlife ``

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water boards to look after these regions. We need to decide whether

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to look after their birds and animals or the people. Be back

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tomorrow. Join me on the radio as well. Enjoy the rest of your

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evening.

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