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so it's goodbye from me, and on BBC One, we now join the BBC's news

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teams where you are. Good evening, and welcome to BBC

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Look North. The headlines tonight: 's is best The TV show about people

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on benefits, and the people in Grimsby who say they don't want a

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second series. Known for the steelworks, or what is left of them.

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Tonight people here have been telling councillors they don't want

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the TV programme to affect the reputation of the town. A call to

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stop parents being penalised by expensive school holiday breaks.

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Sincere and unreserved ` Lincolnshire's Police and Crime

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Commissioner apologises to his chief constable. The demands for ?200

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million to improve the Humber's flood defences If we get the whole

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thing done, it will dramatically change the future risk of flooding

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the wound here `` around here. And the mild weather looks set to

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continue across the week. I will be back later in the

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programme with a full forecast. Good evening. It's been described as

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a TV freak show, but some of those taking part in the planned new

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series of Skint in Grimsby say the town could benefit. People are

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meeting on the East Marsh estate this evening to discuss their

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concerns about the programme, which shows how people survive without

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work. More than 800 people have signed a petition calling for it to

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be stopped. In a moment, I'll be talking to one man who says he's

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happy to take part in the programme, but first, this report from Gemma

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Dawson. This TV show was watched by

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millions. Skint was based on life on this Scunthorpe estate, but the

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Channel 4 show proved controversial. Now some people in

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Grimsby are concerned it could be the featured town in the second

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series. I really do not want them to fill it in Grimsby. They will

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portray is it a bad light. It will bring up a lot of issues, but also a

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lot of stigma. The show can speak for what it is and we will see what

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happens. At this public meeting tonight, locals have been discussing

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the show. We do not think it is there that that kind of programme is

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made about this extraordinary community. It is a brilliant

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community and it should not be ridiculed or misrepresented. Channel

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4 has not attended the meeting, because it said it offered...

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In the West Cliff estate in Scunthorpe earlier, I met Ray from

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the drop`in centre, who told be most people in this area would not want a

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second series filmed here. These programmes are not showing a true

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reflection of the areas. There are a of good and positive things

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happening that just does not come to the front because people don't want

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to see all the good things. They point the negative things. They

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would not have viewers otherwise. But some believed there were

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benefits to Skint being in Scunthorpe. It has brought the

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attention of the world, but also the broader issues about how we improve

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the lives of people in North Lincolnshire. In Grimsby test

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filming has already taken place. But Channel 4 says it cannot definitely

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confirm the final location of the next series yet, but many here

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tonight are hoping it will not be here.

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Gemma is at the Oasis Academy Nunsthorpe, where the meeting has

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been taking place. What's been said there?

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Around 60 people are here at tonight's meeting. Most appear to be

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concerned about the prospect of Skint being filmed here. They are

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worried it will only show the negative aspects of the town. But

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Channel 4 says it will look at the real impact of worthlessness,

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highlighting some of the social issues that arise. `` that arise.

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People here have considered writing to Channel 4, and also making a

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counter documentary to show the positive aspects of the town.

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The Reverend John Ellis has been part of the filming in the town, I

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asked him why he'd agreed to take part.

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They came to us and asked us, would we co`operate with them? That was in

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November and we have spent from then until today in discussions from

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them, and negotiations, to make certain as far as possible that they

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were going to put a positive image of what we do over on the

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television. You cannot be sure that they are going to be positive. 800

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people have signed the petition. 81 thousand in Grimsby, so it is hardly

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a lot. You think there is nothing to worry about. You always take a risk

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with any media. Are you not worried Grimsby is going to be seen as a

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freak show? It will not be shown as a freak show. You are not reducing

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it. Well, you could change this interview today. You never have a

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control of what goes on television. You always take a risk. So people

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down on their block, on benefits, is that the right material on

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entertainment? I do not see it as entertainment. Anybody who does,

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that is really sad. But people need to know the conditions in which

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people in this country, which the Prime Minister himself has now

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admitted is a wealthy country, the conditions some people have to live

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in. They have to see it and know it. If they see it as entertainment that

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is their problem. So for the people who can relate to it, it is a

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documentary, those who cannot relate to it, in a posh house in Oxford,

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that is entertainment. I don't care about those people. Is it a good

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thing or a bad thing for Grimsby? It was not a bad thing for Scunthorpe.

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It started re`generation of the area. The council has met. It has

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not been all bad. Will you be watching it? I will be watching this

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one. What is your message to those who are not happy about it? That is

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their opinion. I have a different opinion.

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Let us know what you think about this story. Will this be a freak

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show about Grimsby, will it help the town or hinder its image, or will

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some good come out of them taking part in the programme?

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the stories of the heroism and bravery of World War I.

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A Lincolnshire head teacher has called for the government and travel

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companies to get their act together to stop parents being penalised by

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expensive breaks during school holidays. The issue is being

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discussed in the Commons today after a public outcry. Now Adrian Reed,

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the head of four schools in Boston, says enough is enough. An English

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lesson in full swing at this academy in Boston today, but for parents it

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is a maths lesson that is needed when it comes to working out how

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much extra they will be paying for a trip to foreign insurers in the

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school holidays. With more and more schools starting

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to set their own holiday times, and families under financial pressure,

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able are starting to say enough is enough, and really the government,

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local schools and the travel companies need to get their act

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together to make sure families can have that important holiday time

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together without it affecting their education. Today the issue is being

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debated in Westminster after 160,000 people called for a cap on price

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rises in school holidays on a petition. We have logged onto a

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popular all`inclusive holiday website and do dollar done a search

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for a family flying from Manchester to Majorca in the summer. This is

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the first one that came up, during the summer holidays it will set you

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back ?694 per person. A total of ?2776. To do the same search again

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during school term time, you can go in June for 488 per person, a total

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of less than ?2000, a saving of more than ?800. Plenty of money for those

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holiday souvenirs. At the temptation to save that money can come at a

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cost, in the form of fixed penalties for unauthorised absence. Councils

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have issued hundreds in the last year. We will do everything we can

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to persuade parents not to take their children out of school for

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holidays. They will be delivered this and significantly. Parents in

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the East Riding tonight said holiday companies are taking advantage. It

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is ridiculous. We are going away in the Easter holidays and it is

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costing a fortune. It is completely unfair. One idea could be to stagger

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UK term plans, a possible solution for cash strapped parents. Certainly

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a hot potato at the moment. Another one you might want to

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comment on. Should parents be fined for taking

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children out of school for holidays in turn times? Maybe you have been

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fined or you are considering taking children out for a holiday.

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The Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Alan Hardwick, has

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apologised to his chief constable 12 months after he suspended him. The

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apology to Neil Rhodes was made this morning. Our reporter Emma Massey is

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in the newsroom. What has Mr Hardwick said?

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In his letter to Neil Rhodes, Alan Hardwick says he is sorry for the

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anxiety caused to him and his family. He says his apology is

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sincere and unreserved. But he goes on to say that he also intended to

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act appropriately. Let's just remind us of what this is all about. The

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saga dates back a year, when the then acting chief constable, Neil

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Rhodes, was suspended. It started an investigation that cost taxpayers

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?165,000. Mr Rhodes was reinstated by a High Court judge following a

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legal challenge. He's since become the permanent chief constable of

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Lincolnshire Police. In a separate letter to the Police and Crime Panel

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today, the same panel that requested this apology be made, Mr Hardwick

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defends the spend of public money and says he would like now to draw a

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line under this and move on. But the panel says while they welcome the

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apology to Neil Rhodes, they want to see a separate apology to the people

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of Lincolnshire. Thank you. Still ahead: The international footballer

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turned boxer who has now claimed a British title. I would love to tell

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everybody the story about what I have done and how great I have done,

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but I have an unbelievable team around B.

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`` around me. This picture was so good, the

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directors made it move. Fantastic cloud formation. Paul is back from

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half term but he is on a baker day today.

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Yes, he needed a break after the break. It has been a nice day today

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and we have a couple more on the cards. Tomorrow not too bad and

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Wednesday fine as well. Tomorrow, a grey start but brightening up. We

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have some wet and breezy weather through the course of the night. You

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can see on the satellite picture at the front overnight from last night

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moving away. Broken cloud behind it so some peasant spells of sunshine.

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The cloud will thicken this evening, the breeze will strengthen. It will

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be blustery along the coastline, gusts in excess of 30 mph. But all

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the wind, cloud and rain means it will be a mild night.

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A bit of a grey start to the day tomorrow. In the early rain will

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clear away and it will brighten up quickly. Cloud ceiling and breaking.

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There could be the odd isolated but generally a pleasant day. `` cloud

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ceiling and breaking. Today we got up to 10 degrees, very mild. Still

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mild tomorrow, but not quite so high, at nine or ten. The average is

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eight degrees for this time of year. A fairly breezy day on Wednesday

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with the risk of the odd shower but most places dry. Wet and windy

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overnight Wednesday and then on Thursday it brightens up again with

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a scarf of showers. Cooler for Friday.

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An East Yorkshire MP is asking the Government for ?200 million to

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improve flood defences around the Humber. 1,100 homes in the area were

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flooded during the tidal surge in December. The MP for Haltemprice and

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Howden, David Davis, is lobbying the government to provide money for work

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on the defences. Kate Sweeting reports.

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For John and Liz Kirk from Yokefleet in East Yorkshire, this caravan is

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now home. Like almost all of their neighbours, they were flooded during

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December's tidal surge. It could be several months before they can move

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back into their house. After 11 weeks, it is just really depressing

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now, and it gets you down after all this time. 1,100 homes in the Humber

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area were flooded during December's tidal surge. Now with predictions

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that extreme weather will become more common, the MP for Haltemprice

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and Howden, David Davis, is calling for the east coast to be better

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protected. We are the second highest flood risk in the country and that

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will get worse as sea levels go up. We have to do something about it.

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The plan is to raise the height of parts of the river bank which

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protect thousands of homes from flooding but which were overtopped

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in December. There are also plans to create water holding areas and to

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remove some flood defences to allow some areas to flood. This has

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already been done in a few areas, albeit amid controversy, as many did

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not want to see that land lost. All of this work would cost more than

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?200 million, money which would largely have to come from the

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government. But at a time when much of the UK has been battered by the

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elements, is securing hundreds of millions of pounds for this area

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realistic? It is realistic. We are looking forward 20 years from now. A

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very important area, very valuable assets, so it is right to do this.

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If it is not done, all this land will just be reclaimed. Nature will

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take it back again unless we fight it. Liz and John hope to stay in

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this village for the rest of their lives, and it's hoped if this work

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is carried out, it will also be saved for future generations.

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We will continue to follow the floods closely.

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The last two remaining flying Lancaster Bombers in the world are

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to fly together in Lincolnshire. A bomber from Canada will arrive at

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RAF Coningsby in August. It'll fly alongside the Lancaster, operated by

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the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. Last year was the 70th

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anniversary of the Dambusters raids. The Doncaster Belles and England

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footballer Sue Smith has been attempting to cycle one of the most

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arduous climbs in Yorkshire ahead of the Tour De France coming to the

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area this summer. The Buttertubs Pass in North Yorkshire is a steep,

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nearly three`mile climb. The route will be one of two mountain climbs

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on stage one of the 2014 Tour De France, which starts in Yorkshire

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this July. And you can find out how Sue gets on ` that's on an Inside

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Out Tour De France special. Former professional footballer

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Curtis Woodhouse has stunned the boxing world by winning a British

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title. Curtis, from Driffield, played for Hull City and Grimsby

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Town before switching to boxing. On Saturday, his boxing dream came true

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on a bill which included Olympic champion Luke Campbell. Our sports

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reporter Simon Clark was there. Even in his moment of triumph with

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his family and management team, Curtis Woodhouse faced the media

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disbelieving what he had achieved. Not many gave the former England

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under`21 international a chance in the fight game when in 2006, as a

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Grimsby Town player, he announced he was switching sports. I kind of

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turned my back on football a little bit, not that I don't like football,

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it is just something I feel I have done now. Woodhouse was taking on

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the champion Darren Hamilton, who came with a strong pedigree. And a

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nice hat. Both men scraped and jabbed, looking for the decisive

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blow. In the end, the judges were split, but Woodhouse got it. The

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most remarkable thing for me is that I have done it in 28 fights. A

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season and a half for an amateur. I would love to tell everybody the

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story about how great I have done, but I have an unbelievable team

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about me. What an achievement, what a story for his kids. They will be

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so proud. In other bouts, Olympic star Luke Campbell thrilled his home

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crowd with an eighth`round stoppage of Scott Moises, as he builds to a

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British title defence. And in another astonishing performace,

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Hull's Tommy Coyle picked himself off the canvas four times to land

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the decisive punch on Daniel Brizuela of Argentina to retain his

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IBF international belt. Hull Kingston Rovers earned a late

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draw in the Super League. They trailed 24`6 at half time but Josh

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Hodgson scored three minutes from time, before Omari Caro's converted

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try tied the game in the last minute. It finished 24`24.

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Hull FC led at 10`6 at half`time thanks to tries from Mickey Payer

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and Richard Whiting at St Helens. But Saints came back after the break

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to win 34`22. And you can see all the tries from

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both those games on tonight's Super League Show.

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Hull City will reach the quarterfinals of the FA Cup if they

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beat Brighton in a replay tonight.The Tigers thrashed Cardiff

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4`0 in Wales this weekend in the Premier League. Manager Steve Bruce

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says his side can mount a challenge in the FA Cup and fight to stay in

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the Premier League. And you can hear commentary of the tie on BBC Radio

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Humberside. It's on all frequencies. Sportstalk is on air now.

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Scunthorpe United are level on points with Chesterfield at the top

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of League Two. The Iron thrashed Portsmouth on Saturday by 5`1. David

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Syers scored the first hat trick of his career as Scunthorpe took their

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unbeaten run to 16 matches since Russ Wilcox took over as manager.

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Grimsby Town missed out on a second successive FA Trophy final. The

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Mariners drew 1`1 against Cambridge on Saturday, losing 3`2 over the two

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legs. Scott Neilson got the Grimsby goal, but it wasn't enough.

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We are looking for people to have their say on what we do here at look

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North by joining our Regional Audience Panel. The group meets

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three times a year and it is unpaid although you will receive expenses.

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Order an information pack on our website or by phoning that number.

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This year is the centenary of World War I. It was a global conflict but

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its impact was felt in our region. Over the next couple of weeks we

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will uncover some of the stories of those on the home front ensuring

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that those who lift, served and diet are remembered. `` those who lived.

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It claimed the lives of over 16 million people. A conflict on a

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global scale. But it impact was felt right here on our doorstep.

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From major cities to towns and villages, World War I touched almost

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everyone's life in some way or another and he is too channelling

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incher, there were tales of bravery, of courage and endeavour.

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Over the next week here on the BBC, we are going to be unearthing some

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of those incredible stories. There are some amazing human stories

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of everyday life and how this heroism manifested itself in

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different ways. The boys and girls who managed to survive the bombings.

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The women who protected the home front. The mounted soldiers who

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protected the East coast. It is a really diverse story about everyday

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life and how the heroism shone through. And never was there a more

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five example of bravery than the Grimsby Chums, a battalion made of

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friends and colleagues who joined up together and gave their lives

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together. It wiped out a whole echelon of society and in a small

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place like Grimsby it must have been devastating. All the young men of

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their generation just wiped out. From those who gave their lives to

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those who gave the orders, we will hear this man's story, William

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Robertson, who started life in a small village in Lincolnshire and

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who became the only man to rise through all the ranks in the Army.

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On his death, hundreds attended a memorial at Lincoln Cathedral. Today

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few know his story. Today we will go to a school named after him and see

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that his memory is alive. The telling of these stories has been

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made possible as a result of a special partnership between the BBC

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and the Imperial warmly serums. Rare material from the archives has been

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dug out to bring extraordinary scenes to life, but this is not just

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a story on film. `` the Imperial War Museum 's. They threw a piano out of

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the window and smashed the house of... We know little about some of

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the First World War history of the area and what these pieces for BBC

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Radio have done is uncovered some of the gems.

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100 years may have passed since they made their sacrifices on the front

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line, since the hardships and heartache was felt on the home

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front, but thanks to the special project, the stories of the men and

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women in World War I to be once more. `` are to be told once more.

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Incredible, the old pictures there. There will be another film tomorrow

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night. If you want to find out more, go to the BBC website, where you can

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discover more World War I history from across the UK. A B cup of the

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main national and regional headlines.

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More than 20,000 people with no food, shelter or way out in Syria.

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Look North East told that a controversial TV Seabees could help

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turn Grimsby's fortunes around. People need to know the conditions

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in what should `` in which people in this region live.

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Tamara's forecast, a cloudy, damp start, brightening up with some

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showers later on. Responds on whether there should be

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a second series of Skint set in Grimsby. James says, we do not want

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another series. It is just shock tactics for viewing figures. It is a

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misrepresentation of 99% of good old Grimsby people. Another viewer says

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that Grimsby has always been the butt of jokes, including being grim

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and smelling of fish. The programme would no doubt this represented

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area. Roger says Channel 4 pretends the areas are documentaries but they

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are really great sneer shows for posh southerners. Bill says, I have

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moved to Lincolnshire from London. I can assure you no matter how much

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this programme denigrates Grimsby, it cannot lower the southerners'

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opinion of the area and its people. Quite strong. Good night.

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