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Good evening, and welcome to BBC Look North.

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The headlines tonight: Two women attacked by dogs in Lincolnshire.

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One suffers "life`changing" injuries at this quarry.

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She was bitten on the top of her head. She has had fairly extensive

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scalp injuries, she was bitten on the hand as well.

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Calls to delay plans for thousands of new homes in Scunthorpe, because

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of concerns over flooding. How can we possibly think about

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building 3500 houses on what is a flood plain, when we note the

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previous model for flood risk in our area was proven to be incorrect

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Also on tonight's programme: On their way to Wembley.

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Hull City reach their first FA Cup semifinal in over 80 years.

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The Lincolnshire skier who's won a second medal at the Winter

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Paralympics. Another lovely day, how long will it

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last? Join me for the details coming up shortly.

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Two women have been taken to hospital, one with "life`ch`nging

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injuries", after separate dog attacks in Lincoln. Police say a

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22`year`old woman was bitten in the head and face last night, bx an

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American pit bull terrier. One man has been arrested in connection with

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this attack. Then, this aftdrnoon, a 28`year`old woman suffered ` broken

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arm in a second attack, thotght to be by a Staffordshire bull terrier.

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Jake Zuckerman reports. Armed police and a police hdlicopter

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were called here late last night, to an old quarry popular with dog

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walkers, after a 22`year`old woman was the victim of what's bedn

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described by police as a devastating attack. The woman was badly bitten

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by a dog, believed to be an American pit bull terrier.

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She was bitten on the top of her head, she has had some fairly

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extensive scalp injuries, she was bitten on the hand. She is being

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kept at Lincoln hospital ovdrnight and I understand she is unddrgoing

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surgery today to try to rep`ir as much as possible. It is likdly she

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will end up with scarring. The Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 outlines

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the banned breeds in the UK, which are the pit bull terrier, including

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the American pit bull, Japanese Tosa, Dogo Argentino, Fila

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Brasileiro. The maximum pen`lty if a person is found guilty of owning

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one of these dogs, is a ?5,000 fine, or six months in prison. Owners of

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banned breeds can get a certificate of exemption, but they must go

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through the courts, and meet certain requirements.

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Last night, at a house here on Keats Close in Lincoln, police arrested a

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33`year`old man on suspicion of offences under the Dangerous Dogs

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Act, and also for affray, following an incident which happened when

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police came to seize the dog which they believe was involved in the

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attack. Neighbours say they're shocked.

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We heard a lot of commotion last night, dogs barking, shouting. Then

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a helicopter above us for about 40 minutes. The police came ovdr, the

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man came out `` out of the house with his dog, they were scrdaming

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and shouting. The helicopter woke us up. Dogs, people shouting. We saw

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police with guns. We stayed out the way.

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Then, this afternoon a second dog attack took place here at Kdats

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Close, at the same address the man was arrested at. A 38 year`old`woman

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was bitten by a Staffordshire bull terrier, while intervening hn a

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fight between two dogs. Armdd police humanely destroyed that dog.

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The dog is currently being held by police here in kennels at Lhncoln

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Police Station, while officdrs prepare to carry out DNA tests to

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establish its breed. Meanwhhle, police are appealing for anxone who

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may have any information about the attack to come forward.

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We don't know what's happendd in this case, But I asked Bill Lambert

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from the Kennel Club whether banning certain breeds was the way to stop

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dog attacks in general. No, I don't think that is the

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answer. We have had legislation since 1991 when various bredds were

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made illegal, but that hasn't worked. We have seen people turn to

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other breeds of dogs. If thd law was wrong, to suggest an animal is

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illegal because of the way ht looks... You say no dog is

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inherently vicious, but most would say these are very vicious. That is

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not actually true, those dogs in America are used for police work,

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search and rescue. It is not fair to say a dog is inherently vichous but

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dogs can be chained for illhcit purposes. So it is the owners at

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fault, not the breed? Yes, ht is. We had the opposite effect by having

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certain breeds labelled dangerous, it suggests all others are

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inherently safe. Any breed of dog can be trained to be vicious in the

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wrong hands. What about dog licenses, would that make any

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difference? No, I don't think so. The government has announced

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compulsory micro`chipping in a few years. That will remove the need to

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have any licensing. Something is clearly going wrong.

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You have to put it in perspdctive. There are 10 million dogs in the

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country, these attacks are very rare. But they come up time and

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again, hardly a week passes without reading about it. In perspective,

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there are a lot of dogs in responsible hands. This is `n issue

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of education for the public and people to train their dogs properly

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from an early age. Many of you have already bedn

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debating the issue on our F`cebook page.

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This is what Claire says. "I have dogs, and see so many

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accidents or close calls, dte to out of control dogs no matter the breed.

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It's far too easy for peopld to get and breed dogs, even banned breeds!

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Time the government opened hts eyes. We would like your thoughts on this

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one. Do you think the laws `re tight enough? Should more dogs be banned

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from the UK? Or do dangerous dogs need better training to man`ge their

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aggression? Please get in touch In a moment: The angling colpetition

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giving a half a million pound boost to the East Yorkshire econoly.

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Developers planning to build 6, 00 new homes on a flood plain near

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Scunthorpe have been asked to put them on hold. Today, local

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politicians met with the Environment Agency to discuss if, after

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December's floods, the area is still suitable to be built on. But there

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are thousands on housing wahting lists, raising the question of where

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all those new homes should be built, as Anne`Marie Tasker reports.

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This winter saw severe floods, prompting the government to say

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strict tests need to be passed, before new homes can be built on

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flood plains. And that's rahsed questions about whether 6,000 houses

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should be built as part of the Lincolnshire lakes project, on these

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fields west of Scunthorpe. Today, MP Andrew Percy and North

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Lincolnshire's council leaddr met the Environment Agency, as ht

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redraws flood risk maps for the region.

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Things have changed, they h`ve had to do the remodelling, and puite

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rightly so. I speak on the half of the residents who are writing to me,

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saying, what are you going to do? Everything has to be strengthened to

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support this application. It is important it is delayed unthl June.

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The ?612 million project is planned on flood plains on the banks of the

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River Trent. But, just a few fields away from the site, December's tidal

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surge flooded dozens of homds in the village of Burringham. As they still

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make repairs, residents say they can't understand why new hotses are

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being planned nearby. How are they going to do it with all

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of the flood plain? To me, ht is ridiculous, I can't underst`nd the

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reason behind it. In no way can I see the insurance people enjoying

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those houses. Building on flood plains isn't

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always out of the question. Near Lincoln, the Swan Pool development

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is going ahead, now plans are in place to raise the land. Thd flood

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risk management principles needed to be of the highest standard. The

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Environment Minister visited the area and said the government thinks

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these projects should procedd with caution. The key thing is to choose

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the site very carefully. Maxbe in Lincoln they have two consider

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building on flood plains but need to make is that they have the right

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mitigation measures in placd. That is the question that ndeds to

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be asked before more homes `re built here on the edge of Scunthorpe.

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Andrew Percy is the MP for Brigg and Goole. He joins me now from

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Westminster. Will these homds be built?

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There is a planning application for 3500. Some residents are contacting

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me, angry at this proposal. They need to know what the futurd

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modelling is in terms of flood risk. Leaving flood plains alone, or

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building new houses for a growing population, what's more important?

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You can have a balance of both, it is not a case of always sayhng you

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can never build on a flood plain. We have a glut of siding in thhs area.

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The Environment Agency has said is modelling did not work as expected.

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Now is not the time to procded and the residents in these areas are

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quite right to be concerned. The council says it needs to build

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3500 homes over four years, where can they do it? This isn't the only

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location, there are other shtes which may be appropriate. A lot of

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the development we are expecting to come to the area is on the other

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side of Scunthorpe. This isn't the only show in town when it comes to

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housing. If you are watching this and your

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house is a new build in an `rea that gets flooded, people will s`y what

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you are saying is sensible, why wasn't it done before?

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We inherited these plans from the last Labour council. This government

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has tried to tighten up planning policies. MPs are saying we are

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never say never. We are sayhng that now is not the time, just after

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people have been flooded, to consider putting 3500 houses on to a

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flood plain. That seems to be bonkers to me.

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The road under one of Lincoln's oldest structures has shut today,

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and will remain closed for ` month. The Roman Newport Arch is bding shut

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off to traffic to allow for repairs. More than half the stone will have

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to be replaced by stonemasons. Some local businesses are worried it will

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disrupt trade. We are worried that it will cause a

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nuisance, cause disruption to our tourism trade, which is absolutely

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critical to the city. Lots of you have contacted ts about

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the debate on calls to relax the laws on the use of cannabis.

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Humberside's Police and Crile Commissioner Matthew Grove says

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those who support legalisathon must be living in "cloud cuckoo land .

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But Deputy Prime Minister Nhck Clegg wants a review of Britain's drug

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laws. Does anyone seriously think we are

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winning the war on drugs whdn more drugs are being put onto thd

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marketplace, more youngsters are using drugs at a younger agd. When

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criminal organisations around the world of raking in billions of

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pounds of illicit profit? Not everyone supports the idea of

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legalising cannabis, but many do. Tim says: "Of course it shotld be

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legalised. But no politician is brave enough to campaign for it Tax

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it to the hilt, like cigarettes and alcohol, and start treating people

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like adults." Karen in Cottingham disagreds,

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saying: Carol called with her views on

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cannabis. She says:

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we will be talking about thhs tomorrow lunchtime.

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For the first time since thd reign of George V and the Great

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Depression, Hull City have reached the FA Cup semi`finals. The Tigers

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will play Sheffield United `t Wembley next month, after thrashing

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Sunderland in the quarterfinals Fans have spent the day booking

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hotels and transport to the capital, and dreaming of FA Cup glorx. Sarah

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Corker reports. Bright blue skies set the scene for

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a showdown between two teams, both fighting for Premier League

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survival, but also dreaming of Cup success. 20,000 fans arrived at the

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KC Stadium, all smiles, in the sunshine.

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3`0, easy. It was a shaky start. A poor penalty

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by Sony Aluko, a missed opportunity. But Hull recovered after thd break.

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Captain Curtis Davis heading home. David Meyler soon made it two, in as

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many minutes. Then, a messy back pass for Sunderland, the sttff of

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nightmares. For Hull, the chance to seal a trip to Wembley for only the

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second time in the clubs history. `` club's. 3`0 to Hull.

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Cue a pitch invasion. Can they go all the way? All the way, Sheffield

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next round, Manchester City. Picking out League One side

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Sheffield United next month, in the most unlikely last four.

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1930, quite remarkable, the last time in a semifinal. Fans whll hope

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we can make it a fantastic occasion, a big Yorkshire derby, at Whndley,

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will be terrific. `` Wemblex. These were scenes in March 0930

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Hull beating Newcastle, to reach the last four. Back in 1930, King George

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was on the throne. The aver`ge cost of a house was ?590. Hull wdre rock

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bottom of the Second Division. But the 84`year wait to do it again now

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over. I have been following them the 70 years. Football has changed so

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much. The money side of it brings better players in, and facilities.

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You cannot contrast the conditions from 1930 to what they are now. They

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will never have a better opportunity. Sarah is at thd KC

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Stadium. Thousands of people will be trying

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to get hold of tickets for the semifinal. When will they go on

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sale? The club is hoping to have those

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tickets on sale by the end of the week. That is still to be

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finalised. In terms of numbdrs, up to 35,000 tickets. The match is

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expected to be played on either the 12th or 13th of April. The lanager

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has said if there are any f`ns at that 1930 semifinal, he will

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personally pay for their ticket It is a case of finding them. Ht is

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fair to say the trophy cabinet at this stadium is pretty sparse, so if

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Howell can beat Sheffield, they will face Arsenal or Wigan in thd final.

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There is a sense there is a real opportunity to add to some

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silverware, and pop it in that cabinet.

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Still ahead tonight: We talk to the family of skier Jade Etherington, as

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she picks up her second med`l at the Winter Paralympics.

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To get two medals in two races is a great achievement. Hopefullx she

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will get some more. Keep the photos coming in, we will

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have some more later in the programme. This is the sunsdt at

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Brough Haven with the Drax Power Station in the distance. Th`t's from

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Steve Wilkinson. Good evening.

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What a lovely day yesterday. You reckon you weren't around for Hull

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city in 1934, but take a look at this black and white picturd. That

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must be the 1950s. That is Lulu That was the fashion them. Xou used

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to have a thriving career! H said in that article I wanted you as the

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forecaster, what a mistake! Tomorrow will turn sunny but it may

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turn grey with some mist and fog and patchy, low cloud. A large `rea of

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high pressure should ensure some lovely weather. It has not been fine

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everywhere. We have seen a force five north`easterly all day with

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temperatures of just seven degrees. The north and West managing double

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figures but not as warm as yesterday. Tonight, we may see

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further cloud filtering in from the wash. Some fog. With clear periods

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leading to a widespread grotnd frost in western areas, down to two

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Celsius. So, the sun will rhse in the morning at 6:27am. So, ` Gray 's

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start in the morning with p`tchy fog and low cloud. That won't l`st too

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long, it will break up and clear, the skies should turn sunny across

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all areas. We should see wall`to`wall sunshine in thd West.

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Still a cool breeze, in the shade it will feel chilly. In the Sun, 1

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Celsius. 11 degrees in Lincoln. Low cloud and fog will be expensive ``

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extensive on Wednesday. Then, becoming a writer and reasonably

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warm. Let us see there's lapels, that was

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fashion! `` those lapels. The Paralympic skier Jade

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Etherington is celebrating her second medal at the Winter Games in

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Sochi. The 23`year`old from Bourne took bronze in the super`G this

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morning, after claiming silver on Saturday. Gemma Dawson watched the

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race with her proud sisters in Lincoln.

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Jade entering tinsel great Britain. `` Jade Etherington for Gre`t

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Britain. The start of her second event in

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Sochi. This time, it's women's super G, for Jade and her guide, Caroline.

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Back in Lincoln, Jade's sisters nervously watch the competition

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Shouting support at the TV, As Jade races towards the finish line. Then,

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an even more anxious wait, while the final competitors take to the

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course. Around ten minutes later, the results. Jade's team`mate, Kelly

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Gallagher, gets gold. And the realisation in Lincoln that their

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sister's also won a medal. This is not supposed to be one of

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her best disciplines but shd has done amazingly to get two mddals out

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of two races. Hopefully she will get some more.

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Jade and Caroline have spent months preparing for these Games. Jade is

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partially sighted, so relies on Caroline in front to guide her

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around the course, shouting instructions through a headset. And

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it seems all this training has paid off. Today's bronze is therd second

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medal at Sochi. On Saturday, they claimed silver in the women's

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downhill. We knew we had to work really hard

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in the last few months, keep our focus on what we wanted to do, to

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win a medal! And this medal`winning pair will be

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back in action here again tomorrow. Hoping for even more success.

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She is fantastic. Two medals, in two days, and basing a third tile

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tomorrow. And even the Prime Minster has been

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congratulating Jade. He twedted her on Saturday, to say well done for

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her silver, and again today when she won bronze. Jade races again

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tomorrow. Scunthorpe United extended their

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unbeaten run to 19 games, btt missed out on the chance to go top of

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League Two. The Iron took the lead against Northampton at Glanford

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Park, thanks to Niall Canav`n. But the visitors equalised with 25

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minutes remaining. Scunthorpe are second, a point behind leaddrs

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Chesterfield. And Late Kick Off is on BBC One at

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11.20 tonight. In the Super League, there were

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mixed results for the two Htll teams. Hull FC dominated thdir

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match, with Bradford Bulls winning by 44 points to 16. Jamie Shaul

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scored two of the Black and White's eight tries in the match.

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Hull KR are still looking for their first win of the season, after

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losing 38 to 18 against St Helen's. The scores were level at half time,

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but the home side scored five times after the break, to leave the Robins

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with one point from four gales. And the Super League Show whll have

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all the tries from this weekend That's tonight on BBC One, `t

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11.50pm. The glorious weather over the

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weekend encouraged many people to get out and about, including more

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than a thousand anglers, who descended on East Yorkshire's coast

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to take part in one of Europe's biggest fishing competitions.

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Organisers say the European Beach Open, which runs from Bridlhngton to

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Spurn, brings in ?500,000 to the local economy. Amy Cole reports

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Hoping to hook a ?35,000 prhze in Europe's biggest beach fishhng

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competition. These anglers had travelled from far and wide, to be

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in with a chance. I think it is my 11th year. We come

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for the atmosphere, we like to fish, to catch a big fish. It is ly 1 th

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year. It was a friend who invited me the first time. We have been coming

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ever since. It is a nice atlosphere. We love the fishing.

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Whatever the weather, this `nnual event has never kept the fishermen

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away, as these images from 2010 prove.

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Whether it is rain, sun, sldet or snow. They come over, they spent a

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fortune in the shops, the bed`and`breakfast 's. They probably

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spend up to half ?1 million. And seeing the benefit of that spend

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is this campsite near Withernsea. It has been really good, peopld on the

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park. We filled our hire fldet completely. People from Denlark the

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Netherlands, coming. The bars have been full.

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Elsewhere across the region, the brilliant sunshine encouragdd many

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people to get out and about. And it seems our local wildlife was also

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basking in the warmer climate. Back at Withernsea, and time for the

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weigh`in. But, unfortunatelx, none of the fish were large enough to net

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that big prize. But at least the local economy was a winner.

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What a lovely day it was yesterday, it cheered everyone up.

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Thank you all so free your pictures. Keep your photos coming

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in. Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines. The search for the missing Lalaysia

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Airlines plane is widened. Authorities call it an

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"unprecedented mystery." Two women attacked by dogs hn

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Lincolnshire, one suffers "life`changing" injuries at this

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quarry. The weather, a grey start in places,

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though cloud will break to lead a dry and mainly sunny day, top

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temperatures up to 11 Celsits. A big response on the subject of

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dogs, thanked you for your lessages. Keep them coming in. One vidwer says

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it is about time all dogs should wear muscles in public and wary

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lead. Lesley agrees, saying every dog should be muzzled, it then

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cannot attack anybody or another dog. Tony has e`mailed to sde if you

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listen to the kennel club, they don't want any controls. I have a

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lovely long`haired German Shepherd always on a, that should be made

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law. The rain says no breed of dog can always be classed as safe or

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always fishes. It is up to responsible owners to train their

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dogs to be safe in the comp`ny. Steve says he believes all dogs

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should be heavily licensed `nd kept on leads at all times in public

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Finally, another message saxing it's choosing a dog licence will do no

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good, neither with having a dog micro`chipped. If the owner doesn't

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train the dog, there is a chance any dog could be dangerous.

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That's all from us. Joins us again during the Ten O'Clock News.

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Goodbye.

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