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away. That's all from the BBC News at Six. On BBC One, we now join the

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BBC's news Good evening and welcome to BBC Look

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North. The headlines tonight... Humberside's Police and Crile

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Commissioner says claims th`t legalising cannabis will reduce

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crime are misguided. To pretend that criminality and crime will disappear

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because cannabis is legalisd, whoever suggested that is in cloud

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cuckoo land. RAF Waddington gets a thirty five million pound upgrade to

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extend its life. The biggest investment for 50 years is seen as a

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positive sign. 90 minutes from Wembley. Hull City prepare for a Cup

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showdown. Bump in the road, the unusual traffic problem fachng

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drivers near Skegness. Some pleasant weather to come, I will be back

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later with all the details. There are calls tonight for cannabis to be

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legalised. Campaigners in Htll say people who use the drug for medical

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reasons shouldn't face arrest. The Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg is

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one of the politicians callhng for a review of Britain's drug laws. But

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Humberside's Police and Crile Commissioner Matthew Grove says

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those who support the legalhsation of cannabis must be living hn "cloud

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cuckoo land". More from our Political Editor Tim Iredald.

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Multiple sclerosis sufferer Sue Lunn admits to smoking cannabis on a

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regular basis at her home in Hull. She says it eases the pain caused by

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her condition. A former special constable, Sue Lunn says her home

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has been raided by the police on three separate occasions and she

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received a conditional discharge when she appeared in court charged

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with possession of cannabis. Last April I was caught because H had the

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police at my house. On the third time they charge me with

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possession. I was given a conditional discharge. I thhnk the

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law is unfair. I do not feel I am a criminal and I do not think anyone

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who knows me would consider me a criminal. Some campaigners believe

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we should follow other countries. Uruguay have legalised it, Portugal

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have decriminalised it. Thex have seen positive results, reduction in

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crime. The US state of Colorado recently legalised cannabis sold for

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recreational use from licensed premises. In an interview for this

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week's Sunday Politics ` thd Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg c`lls for

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a full review of Britain's drug laws. There is nothing tough about

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carrying on with polities which are not working. Does anyone thhnk we

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are winning the war on drugs? Cannabis has been illegal in the UK

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since 1928 and in 2004, the Labour government downgraded it. In 20 9,

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it was upgraded again, due to fears about the impact on mental health

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and evidence of stronger varieties. However, suggestions that the police

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should start taking a softlx softly approach on cannabis have bden

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dismissed by senior officers and by the Police and Crime Commissioner.

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To pretend that crime would disappear because cannabis hs

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legalised... Whoever suggests that is in cloud cuckoo land and I invite

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them to come with me to the really difficult areas that I reprdsent and

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come and meet the people. Come and meet the law`abiding citizens who

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have to cope with criminality. Westminster remains divided on this

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issue, but Sue Lunn says shd'll continue to use cannabis evdn if

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means the risk of going to jail Tim Iredale. BBC Look North, Hull.

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Earlier I spoke to Mary Brett who campaigns on the dangers of

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cannabis, she told me why the drug shouldn't be legalised. Cannabis is

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much stronger these days th`n in the old`fashioned days and therdfore

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much more dangerous. Do you think it is spared that someone like Sue Lunn

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has a criminal record for t`king the drug to treat her illness? This is

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where emotional blackmail comes in. You feel sorry for people lhke that,

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but pure medicines hath to be thing `` `` lots of people are getting

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relief from pain. There are so many other side`effects will stop there

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are more carcinogens in cannabis smoke than cigarette smoke `nd it

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damages people. It can causd psychosis, harm the immune system.

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It clogs up the brain. It is fairy harmful with all these other

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ingredients. If we were deshgning drug laws today, do you think

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cannabis would be illegal and alcohol and tobacco would bd

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illegal? Far more people did from using them. No, alcohol is tsed by

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over 90% of the population, so more people will be harmed by it, it is

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the same as cigarettes. Drug use, illegal drug use is 9% of the

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population. Obviously more people will be harmed by alcohol and

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cigarettes. Any talk of leg`lising cannabis, what is your thought on

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that? Not at all. The code hs if you do that, to children in particular

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and I am worried about children they will get the message that

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legalising means it is safe `` because if you do. They can get it

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from a street dealer anyway. They will do that anyway. Cannabhs is the

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gateway, not how they get hold of it. Interesting. Thank you. This is

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a story on which you are having your say on our Facebook page today. Pete

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says, 'Legalisation would bd the most rational option. A leg`lised

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and well regulated trade in cannabis takes control out of the hands of

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criminals and would generatd millions for the public purse.'

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Phillip says 'We have enough problems with the abuse of `lcohol,

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so why compound the situation with even more people out of control on

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other drugs?' If you want to get in touch with us you can, should we

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look at changing the laws on cannabis, or maybe you think all

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drugs should be kept illegal? I will look forward to hearhng from

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you. And the legalisation of cannabis will be debated on this

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weekend's Sunday Politics from 1am on BBC One. The show will coming

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live from the Liberal Democrat conference. In a moment... Coastal

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areas get a share of millions of pounds that ministers claim to help

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rejuvenate their town centrds. RAF Waddington will have 35 million

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pounds spent on rebuilding `nd extending its runway. The Mhnistry

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of Defence says it will extdnd the life of the base by another 25

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years. It's the first major work to be done on the site since the 1 60s.

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Jake Zuckerman is at RAF Waddington, Jake, how important is this

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announcement? It is being sden as a significant sign for the future of

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the base. Work is due to begin in July and it is expected to continue

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until late summer, 2015. Thd base's runway will be rebuilt and

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extended, the first major upgrade here since the 1960s. It has a key

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role as home to a fleet of surveillance and air born

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intelligence gathering aircraft For the duration of the work, all

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aircraft will have to be based at other air fields. What will be the

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impact on the base when the work starts there? Waddington is best

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known for its international airshow and the organisers say that this

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year's event will go ahead `s usual, but for next year, it is not

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clear what, if any, impact there will be. The Ministry of Defence

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says that the rebuilt will dxtend the life of the runway by 24 years

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and four Lincolnshire, that is the most important aspect of thd

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announcement. That major investment, really does signify the RAF's

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long`term commitment to continuing operations here. Thank you. Lots of

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people will be happy about that Is that good news for Waddington? It

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will extend the life of the air base. The search continued today for

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an American tourist missing in Lincolnshire. Fifty`two year`old

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Denise Gray was last seen bx the friend she was staying with in

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Revesby on Monday. Specialist police diver teams have been looking in

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areas of water close to where she dissappeared whilst on the ground

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officers have been searching local woodland. A former senior ddtective

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in the Humberside Police force has appeared in court in Manchester

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charged with several offencds including rape, harrassment and

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stalking. Colin Andrews is due back in court later this year whdre it's

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expected he'll enter a plea. A former head master who sexu`lly

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assaulted school boys in Lincolnshire and North Norfolk could

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face life in prison, a court has heard. Bryan Greenhalgh aged 63

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pleaded guilty to fourteen offence most of which took place between

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1976 and 1984 at two boarding schools. The judge warned Greenhalgh

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there was a "real risk" of ` life sentence being imposed at the next

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hearing in May. Twenty years ago nobody wanted to live in thdm, but

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now boarded up properties on housing estates in Hull have been ttrned

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into new one bedroomed homes. Demand for small properties rocketdd when

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changes were made to housing benefit, in some cases a hundred

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people were chasing just ond flat. Now the council and a local housing

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association is converting dozens of abandoned buildings to cope with

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demand. Sarah Walton reports. Home sweet home. Jane downsized to this

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flat from a three`bedroom home when changes to housing benefit leant she

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was getting less money. You do not know if you will end up on the

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streets. I know that a lot of people are bidding for the same properties.

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She ended up owing ?700 in rent but still had to wait to move. H have

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been here two months. I was delighted. Until recently, her home

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was a bedsit. Properties like this were abandoned in the 1990s because

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of a lack of demand. They h`ve a new lease of life thanks to a local

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housing association. We do not have enough one`bedroom propertids. Hull

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City Council have converted 70 flats as part of a project to transform

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empty buildings. It secured nearly ?60 million in funding and `ims to

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create 650 new homes. This hs part of a row of old shops which have

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been boarded up and work has started to convert them. It is one of six

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old commercial sites which `re being turned into about 70 properties

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most of which will have one`bedroom. The council has a difficult line to

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Trent. The changes might not last. The current government have made

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clear that after the election they will be sticking with the policy. Ed

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Miliband, the Labour leader, has said that if Labour wins thd

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election, they will abandon the policy. As a local authoritx, we

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have to be careful on where we put all our resources. The focus on

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these properties may be temporarily, but for those who have been able to

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move into them, it will havd a lasting effect. The Unison trade

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union has reached an agreemdnt with the Yorkshire Ambulance Service

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meaning its members WON'T now take industrial action. But membdrs of

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another union, Unite, are on strike as we speak. It's all part of an

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ongoing dispute over shift patterns and meal breaks. Unite clails

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patient safety could be put at risk. Managers say they've taken steps to

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maintain safe and effective services. There'll be anothdr strike

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on Monday. A swimming pool hn Cleethorpes will be closed tntil at

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least the middle of next wedk because of health and safetx

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concerns. The pool at the town's leisure centre was shut on Londay

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after complaints about the flooring. The results from slip`tests are

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expected next week. Still ahead tonight: One game from Wembley.

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Steve Bruce's old club stand between Hull City and the capital. Forget

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potholes and traffic jams, drivers near Skegness are facing a very

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different challenge. This put a graph was taken by

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Christopher Lewis and it is the new St Botolphs Bridge in Boston. ``

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photograph. I have been reading an e`mail about you, it says that she

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never appears to have worn the same dress twice. It suggests th`t she

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has an enormous wardrobe or buys one, where is it once and then takes

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it back. `` where is it oncd. This weekend, it looks pleasant It

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will not be all sunshine, tomorrow it will be great, but it will

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brighten up and there will be sunshine tomorrow afternoon. Sunday

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does not look too bad, therd will be a weather front, but it will affect

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Sunday night into Monday and then next week there will be high

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pressure and a lot of settldd weather. It has been lovely this

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afternoon, breezy, but as you can see, the cloud broke up nicdly and

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we have had plenty of sunshhne. It is clear at the moment. This will

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allow temperatures to plummdt. As you can see, later on, it whll cloud

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over and mist and fog will spread up through the South. Temperattres will

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drop low enough for frost. The sun will rise tomorrow at 6:34al. We

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will start with a lot of cloud, a grey start, a little bit dalp,

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drizzle in places, but we whll see an improvement and it will gradually

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brighten up. In the afternoon, some pleasant spells of sunshine. Like

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today, it will be mild. Temperatures range between 13 to 15 degrdes. Next

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week, pressure will build from the south. We have not had high pressure

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dominating since the beginnhng of December. There will be a lot of dry

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weather, but it could be frosty at night.

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Have a nice weekend. Bridlington and Hull are getting a share of millions

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of pounds of government cash, that ministers claim will help rdjuvenate

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town and city centres. The loney is part of a scheme to help struggling

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coastal communities, as our Business Correspondent Paul Murphy rdports.

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Bridlington is perhaps one of Britain's better`known coastal

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communities and the ?2 millhon grant it is getting is to help it reach

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and rate. The money is going towards paying for its centrepiece project,

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and improved leisure centre. Hoteliers have welcomed it but say

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more work and more money is needed. There are so many expectations here.

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Hopefully, this will come to fruition over the next couple of

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years, we cannot be happier with any amount of money. In Hull, a thriving

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community of digital progralmers and artists is based in this warehouse.

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They include this young man. I am running my own business,

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specialising in web design `nd web development and apps. I work with

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the guy in the United States. We work remotely and it is gre`t. The

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digital project wants to expand and the Treasury Minister has bden shown

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at the dry dock where it wants to build a new headquarters. It is

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getting a grant of ?300,000. This is government money getting behind some

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brilliant ideas to grow the economy here. This sector is a rapidly

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growing part of the economy. It is the third year at these grotnds have

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been awarded, a recognition of the special challenges of living in

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relatively isolated areas of the UK. Hull City manager Steve Bruce says

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his team has a "wonderful chance" of reaching the FA Cup semi`finals The

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Tigers take on Sunderland on Sunday, a club they've already beatdn twice

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in the league this season. @nother win would see Hull City plax at

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Wembley for only the second time in the club's history. Jill Archbold

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reports. They've only been once but Wembley is a place with special

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memories for Hull City and their fans. Now, the team have thd chance

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to return. We have not been in the semi`finals since 1930, so H do not

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know if there are many supporters around who were there, I hope there

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is, and that puts it into context of what it would mean to everyone. It

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was a 2`1 win over Brighton last month that got the Tigers through to

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the last eight of the competition. Now they take on Sunderland, a team

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that sacked Steve Bruce thrde years ago and a team they've alre`dy

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beaten twice in the league this season. But the North East club has

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beaten Hull on all three occasions they've met in the FA Cup, `nd

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recently made it to Wembley for the League Cup final. I think there is a

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feeling that we want to go back and it is a good opportunity. Otr good

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opportunity for Hull as well, it will be massive. At the club shop

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today, Hull City fans were cautious but dreaming of Wembley. It would be

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fantastic. It would be marvdllous. They are playing better,

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Sunderland. I think we should do it, but we haven't got our strikers

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in. After the club was formdd in 1904 they had to wait over ` hundred

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years for their first appearance at Wembley. A win here on Sund`y would

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see the next one happen much sooner. Jill Archbold, BBC Look North. And

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that game will be live on BBC Radio Humberside on Sunday lunchthme. The

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game kicks off at two and coverage begins at one o'clock. In tomorrow's

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football, commentary of Scunthorpe's home game with Northampton will be

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on FM. Kick off is at three. There will be commentary of Grimsby Town's

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trip to Macclesfield on AM, on digital and online. And BBC Radio

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Lincolnshire will have Lincoln City's visit to Alfreton. Coverage

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begins at two on Saturday Sport Rugby League, and both Hull FC and

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Hull KR are hoping to kick start their season this evening. Hull KR

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have yet to win losing at C`stleford at home last weekend and Hull FC

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were beaten by Warrington. Both coaches say they need to improve.

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This fixture is massive for us. We are reading a lot about how they can

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be on zero points, but we nded a result. We need to tidy up ` few

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mistakes and if we do that, we are confident we will do well. @nd both

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games will be on BBC Radio Humberside tonight. Hull KR's trip

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to St Helens is on FM and online. And Hull FC's home game with

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Bradford will be on AM, on digital and online. Both games kick off at

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eight. Lincolnshire skier J`de Etherington is hoping for a medal in

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her first event at the Paralympics in Sochi. The games began whth the

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opening ceremony this afternoon The 22`year`old from Bourne, who is

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visually impaired, began skhing on family holidays. She'll takd part in

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the Women's downhill tomorrow morning. Fingers crossed and the

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best of luck for her. A famhly of badgers has forced the clostre of a

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road in Lincolnshire, and it could be months before it's open `gain.

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The animals have made their home underneath the road at Thorpe

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Culvert near Skegness, making it unsafe to use. But Highways

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officials say they can't do anything about it until well into thd summer.

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Kate Sweeting reports. They are secretive species known to dnjoy

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their privacy and in fact most of us would be lucky to ever see ` badger

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in real life, but in the cotntryside near Skegness, one family h`s made

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its home in an altogether more public spot, with rather

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unneighbourly consequences. We received a report last year that

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there had been a whole under the road and when we went out to

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investigators, we saw signs of badger activity. We assessed the

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situation and decided we nedded to close the road to keep the public

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safe. Despite the closure, some vehicles are forced to conthnue

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using it, rumbling right ovdr the badger's set. I do not why ht has

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been close for so long. I nded to go this way. To get the road open,

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plans have been put in placd to have this family of badgers evicted, but

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it is a long and delicate process. It looks like we cannot do `nything

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before June, because badgers tend to made in November and give bhrth to

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their young in January. Nattral England will not want us to do any

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work while there are young badgers in the area. When they are old

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enough to leave, this is thd plan to move the family out, I gateway will

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be put around the entrance `nd two weeks later, a door will be fitted

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and the badgers will have to use it. A few weeks after that, a stop will

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be fitted making it only ond way. They will be forced to go elsewhere.

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Over the next new months, the badgers will be able to enjoy a

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little bit of peace and quidt. Let's get a recap of the national and

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regional headlines... The hdad of the Metropolitan Police describes

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the damning criticism over Stephen Lawrence as devastating. As there

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are calls for a review of Britain's drug laws, Humberside's Polhce and

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Crime Commissioner says those who want to legalise cannabis are

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misguided. To pretend that criminality and crime will disappear

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from our communities becausd cannabis is liberalised, legalise,

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whoever suggested that is in cloud cuckoo land. Tomorrow's weather A

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cloudy start with the risk of a little drizzle at first. Turning

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drier and brighter through the day. A fresh southerly breezy. A top

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temperature of 13 deg C. Should a cannabis be legalise? The rdsponse

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on this, Cyril says for those that medically needed, though should be

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exemption. My late wife could have used it. Joe says that all drugs

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should be illegal, it is bad for the government to be supporting illegal

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activity. Graham said if cannabis helps sufferers, then ordin`ry

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cannabis should be availabld. Charlie says the bigger problem is

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legal highs, these laws need to be looked at more than legalishng

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cannabis. Cannabis is natur`l, chemicals are dangerous. Chris says

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that smoking and drinking are legal and socially acceptable forls of

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drug`taking, so legalise and control other drugs. This is from Stewart,

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he says I have smoked cannabis for 14 years and I find that it is an

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effective alternative to alcohol to unwind after work and cannabis does

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not clog up the brain as shd puts it. That was Mary Brett earlier

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Thank you for those, had a peaceful weekend. Goodbye.

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