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looking pretty good. Dry in most parts with sunshine around.

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

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Warnings e`cigarette smokers could be getting dangerous amounts of

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nicotine. This is a real concern for the long`term because we don't have

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the health risks of e`cigardttes in the long term.

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The people`smugglers caught by Dutch police posing as lorry drivdrs.

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Closed because of a slipperx floor, safety tests at the newly

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refurbished Cleethorpes Pool. Boxer, golfer, footballer. The

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sporting dynasty started by a greengrocer in Hull.

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They've been claimed to help thousands of people give up

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cigarettes. But health fears are being raised about the effects of

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e`cigarettes. It's an issue for health workers in Hull, where a

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third of adults smoke. It's estimated 11% of smokers now use

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e`cigarettes. And the Europdan market for them is thought to be

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worth ?1.7 billion a year. @nd growing. But health officials in

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Hull say users may be taking in much higher quantities of nicotine than

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when they smoked. And one sdnior Yorkshire doctor says there are

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unknown health risks. We'll hear from a company that makes

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e`cigarettes after this report from Sarah Corker.

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Electronic cigarettes, a revolution in helping smokers to quit, or

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glamorising a dangerous and addictive habit? Doctors can't

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agree. Paul DeJong is one of these new breed of smokers, or vapers I

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used to smoke 25`30 a day. That s going on for 40 years. I trhed

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everything to stop. Patches, inhalers, everything. And I couldn't

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do it. And then I went on to e`cigs, and it just changes your entire

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life. Your food tastes bettdr, your smell comes back. We've got

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everything from almond, aniseed Amaretto. 1.3 million peopld in the

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UK use them. And Paul now sdlls them on the high street. So, this is how

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it works. Liquid nicotine goes on here. It's then powered by ` battery

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which turns it into a vapour, which you then inhale. So it feels and

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tastes like a cigarette, but, crucially, without those cancer`

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causing agents found in tob`cco E`cigarettes, though, aren't without

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their risks. We don't know what the health risks of e`cigarettes could

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be in the long term. And I think until we do, we would advisd people

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to use these cigarettes in moderation, and, if possibld, stop

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using them altogether. Hull has one of the highest rates of smokers in

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the country. Yet, at this stop smoking service, there's concern

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about the levels of nicotind people are getting from e`cigarettds.

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They're taking in much highdr dosages than they would frol normal

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cigarettes. Nicotine is probably the most highly addictive subst`nce

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known to man. It increases blood pressure which makes people more

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prone to heart attacks, and strokes. From 2016, there will be tighter

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regulations. Restrictions on the kind of e`cigarettes sold. @nd the

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amount of nicotine in them. They will have to carry health w`rnings,

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and marketing will be restrhcted. And there will also be a ban on

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sales to under 18s. But somd health professionals want them classed as

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medical devices which would mean stringent testing. They are being

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marketed as a consumer prodtct rather than a medicinal aid. And the

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research really isn't adequ`te to know whether they help people stop

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smoking. Critics say they are being advertised as sexy and cool,

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targeting younger people. Btt there is some widespread agreement that

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e`cigarettes are safer than smoking the real thing.

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Earlier, I spoke to Michael Clapper from the e`cigarette companx

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Vapestick. I started by askhng him if he thinks e`cigarettes are safe

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to use. I do think they are safer, xes. Are

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they not just glamorising an addictive habit? One poster we've

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seen is of a woman posing seductively with one. I don't think

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they are glamorised in smokhng. I think what they are doing is the

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right job which is moving mhllions of smokers away from smoking on to

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and orders of magnitude safdr alternative. You say that btt NHS

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workers tell us that those people who are puffing on those cigarettes

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are getting much higher levdls of nicotine. That is not a healthy way

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to go, is it? I think that hs a huge generalisation. You can seldct the

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amount of nicotine you'd like in your electronic cigarette. @nything

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from 0% up to whatever strength suits you. And you can have as much

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or little of it as you want when you want it. So I'm not quite stre where

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those statistics come from. They don't seem to ring true to le at

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all. So, you don't think th`t these people who are smoking them are

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getting higher levels of nicotine than in an ordinary cigarette? No, I

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don't. And actually there's been scientific studies pretty rdcently

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which confirm that e`cigarettes take quite a bit longer to gener`te the

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same level of nicotine concdntration in the bloodstream as a single

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cigarette. What about the British Dental Foundation? Their research

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shows that youngsters are more likely to take up smoking if they

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smoke e`cigarettes first. Would you like to see e`cigarettes banned for

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under 18s? I absolutely think e`cigarettes shouldn't be m`de

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available to under 18s. It's something we've always said, since

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day one. But I certainly don't think they are any kind of gatewax towards

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tobacco smoking, particularly given that I don't see why anybodx would

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move from a product that dodsn't smell, is not known to kill you and

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is far less expensive on to one that is the opposite of all thosd things.

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It doesn't make sense at all. But the one thing everybody is saying,

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and you'd agree with this, hs not enough research has been done on the

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health implications of e`cigarettes. We simply don't know. You don't

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know. What we do know is th`t tobacco is a proven killer. And what

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we also know is that the short`term studies that have been done so far

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on the electronic cigarettes have shown that they are orders of

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magnitude safer than tobacco cigarettes. That wasn't the

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question. The question was not enough research has been done on the

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health implications of e`cigarettes, have they? The only thing that's not

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yet been done because it cotldn t be is long`term studies of the effects

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of electronic cigarettes and that's simply because they've not been

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around long enough. But enotgh people are using these prodtcts on a

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regular basis, as either a replacement or supplement to their

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tobacco, that it won't be long until we can see the long`term

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implications. Very good to talk to you tonight, thank you very much

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indeed. And you, thanks for having me. Maybe you are an e`cigarettes

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smoker, how worried are you about the possible health problems, or are

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they a good thing if they hdlp people to quit smoking? We have

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heard both sides of the story. Please get in touch.

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Already, some tweets coming in. I look forward to hearing frol you, as

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always. Thank you for watchhng. In a moment, the town counchl with

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blank cheques lying around the office and debt collectors knocking

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on the door. Laminin striver has been banned from driving and ordered

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to do community service following a crash in Lincolnshire which left a

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patient dead. Garth Green, who's 63, was convicted of driving without due

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care and attention after his ambulance went into a ditch at

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Sibsey killing 75`year`old Largaret Alsop who was being taken to

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hospital in Boston with a mhnor leg injury.

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Four members of a people`smtggling gang, which was being run from a car

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wash in Hull, have been jailed. They were stopped by Dutch policd trying

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help four teenage girls and a man get into Britain through thd Hull

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ferry terminal. Our reporter is there. How were they caught? The man

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leading this gang made one crucial mistake. He tried to recruit an

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undercover police officer to help him smuggle people into the

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country. From there, the gang were closely watched until the

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authorities got their chancd to swoop in.

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September last year, Dutch police intercept vehicles carrying four

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women and a man before they are smuggled into the UK via thd port of

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Rotterdam. The man behind the failed attempt was Ali Mohammed Raza.

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Investigators say his former car wash in Hull was used as a front for

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the crime. The illegal immigrants were believed to be from Syria.

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They'd paid the gang to help them into the UK and had already been

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smuggled through five countries before reaching Holland. Thd trip

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from Rotterdam to Hull would have been the final leg of their journey.

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But the gang were tracked after Raza offered cash to two undercover

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police officers who were posing as lorry drivers. Police say they used

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coded messages, referring to the illegal immigrants as "Marlboros".

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Raza and his accomplices have been jailed for between two and six years

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each for what investigators called "preying on vulnerable people in

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order to line their own pockets " I have spoken to the Home Office

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today. They say human smuggling isn't that big a problem here at the

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port of Hulkenberg to someone like Dover. But they do say it does so

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happen and cases like this one will hopefully put people off taking

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advantage of desperate migr`nts who will do anything to get into this

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country. Two men, who were arrested on

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suspicion of drugs offences following the death of a man at the

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Bridlington home of the arthst David Hockney, will not face charges.

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Dominic Elliott died followhng two days of drinking and drug t`king

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with Mr Hockney's former partner John Fitzherbert at the house in the

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town. Mr Elliott was taken to hospital after drinking drahn

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cleaner and a coroner recorded a verdict of misadventure at his

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inquest. People arrested in the Goold area of

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East Yorkshire will be taken to cells as far away as Hull and

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Scunthorpe. Humberside Police is planning a trial closure of the five

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cells in Goole because of the falling number of arrests there

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Figures show there's been a sharp rise in crimes recorded as being

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linked to Facebook. Humbershde Police had 272 reports last year.

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There are calls to give offhcers better training on cyber crhme.

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Swimmers are demanding to know when a newly refurbished pool will

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reopen. Cleethorpes swimming pool was shut on safety grounds when a

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number of people slipped ovdr on new special flooring. Ten days on,

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swimming clubs say they can't get answers. North`east Lincolnshire

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Council says specialists ard still looking at the flooring. Phhllip

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Norton reports. It was supposed to be a new dawn for

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Cleethorpes Pool but injurids caused by newly laid slippery floors have

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posted and angered parents. Three old Chelsea is among those who have

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slipped over join slimming `` during a swimming lesson. She was holding

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onto a teacher's hand and that is when she slipped. She startdd

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crying. And she bruised and grazed the back of her five. She w`s very

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upset. The work to refurbish the centre took five months to complete

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at a cost of ?2.5 million. The swimming pool opened on 22nd

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February but a week later it was closed and it has been closdd ever

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since. As well as the issues with the flooring, problems have been

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found with showers and cracks in the new slide. The cuts and bruhses have

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healed but her parents say they should never have happened hn the

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first place. It is a complete farce. It is supposed to be nonslip floor,

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but it is slippery. Dave Maxs did `` they have wasted money and time It

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is a complete sham. It is a lot of money to waste. At work ahe`d of

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slimming classes tonight, the chairman of the swimming Association

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says the continued closure hs affecting those who love thd sport

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and it is an embarrassment to the area. I talk to people everx day,

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and they go every day, which is their exercise, but it's sad they

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can't do it, and it's sad they are not telling us the facts. Nobody was

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made available by the Counchl for interview but they say the Paul

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remains closed for safety rdasons while they await test results on the

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flooring. Are they right to keep it closed for safety reasons while they

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are looking at the floor? M`ybe you are a user of the pool. Just a

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reminder, this is how you c`n get in touch.

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Still ahead tonight, 20 gamds without defeat, Scunthorpe Tnited

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break their club record. Evdry Sunday, religiously, we alw`ys

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have... Keeping an eye on the ball, the

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family from Hull fighting on many sporting fronts.

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Another lovely sunny day. This was taken by Rob days at pool.

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You are sitting out sunbathhng this lunchtime. Stunning those hhdeous

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white legs. I was answering questions stch as,

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is your mate all right? Did he get the questions right?

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Tomorrow, temperatures could be up to 14. There will be some ddnts fog

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first thing. Visibility will be pretty poor for your commutd in the

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morning. High pressure in charge, and it looks like we will kdep the

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fine unsettled weather throtghout the rest of this week and the

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weekend as well. So, great news if you fancy getting out and about It

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took early afternoon until the fog cleared the Trent Valley, btt it did

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so, and we saw temperatures of 2 this afternoon. So, it is as clear

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as a belt out there right now. We will see some mist, then fog, which

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will be fairly widespread, `nd pretty dents which means visibility

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is less than 100 metres. And there will be a widespread ground frost.

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Really, we could be close to freezing. `` rurally.

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Watch out on the roads for that fog, but it should lift and break, and by

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late morning, there should be a lot of blue sky and the afternoon

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becomes very sunny. A light wind, and it should feel pleasant. A

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couple of degrees upon todax's values, highs of 13 or 14. Ht is

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just a chance of 15. More fog Thursday night, clearing quhckly

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Friday morning. Then, the wdekend, predominantly fine, but increasingly

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breezy. That is the forecast. When you said pretty dents, I didn't

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know what you are talking about I thought you had deviated from the

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forecast. Very dense. It was a council office with a

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budget of half a million potnds a year. Its main job ` to cut grass in

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Gainsborough in Lincolnshird. But, for years, the town council was

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keeping a secret. That it w`s not very good at looking after loney.

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Signed, blank`cheques were left lying around. It was spending much

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more than it should. And debt collectors were knocking on the

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door. Questions are being asked about how a public body could get

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into such a mess. Jake Zuckdrman reports.

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Looking after parks in Gainsborough is the main job of the town council.

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But, two years ago, the authority had run up debts of ?100,000. This

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report was prepared by auditors in 2012. Its conclusions were damning.

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Among the problems were poor financial processes, the auditors

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had little confidence in thd completeness and accuracy of the

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accounts, and they highlighted a lack of knowledge and expertise

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amongst staff. The accounts were a mess and the council was behng

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pursued by debt collectors. Since then, there's been a change in

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leadership. The new mayor s`ys they've made huge improvements.

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Every working aspect of everything that was going on in the cotncil

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needed improvement. Over thd last two years, we have spent th`t time

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sorting out those things, and 7 now completed, and we're now on the way

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with the other two things. Gainsborough Town Council elploys

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ten members of staff. Its btdget this year is ?530,000. And ht's

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responsible for looking aftdr Gainsborough's parks, sports fields

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and cemetery. It's impossible to say how much taxpayer's money w`s

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wasted. The public to have ` right to be angry. I think the biggest

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impact of all these issues can be seen across the size that wd manage

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and operate. It is very evident when you look across those sites now that

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maintenance levels have fallen. Way below where they should havd been.

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We need to ask ourselves how this has been allowed to happen, and

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whether more effective meastres can be put in place to prevent ht

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happening in the future. Thdse are questions about whether there is

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proper accountability in auditing, and questions about whether we can

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provide more and effective training. Those now in charge at the

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council say safeguards are now in place. But this episode highlights

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the importance of sound fin`ncial management at every level of

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government. A burst water main in Hull caused

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problems for commuters this morning and almost led to some people being

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evacuated from their homes. In the early hours, police warned some

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people on Holderness Road that they were in danger of being flooded The

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waters eased and repairs have now begun on the affected area.

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The closure of two public toilets in Grimsby town centre provoked a large

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response on last night's Look North. North`east Lincolnshire council s

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asking a local market and shopping centre to help provide toildts as it

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tries to cut ?70 million from its budget. There was a very big

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response on this story last night and this afternoon. Thank you for

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all your messages. Mark says, "These toilets are vital to people using

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the market. Especially to the disabled, as I am." Amanda says "It

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won't save money, it will mdan more costs for clearing up when people

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start to urinate in the strdet because they have no altern`tive."

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John says, "I won't go into Grimsby to spend my pounds if I can't spend

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a penny." Scunthorpe United have beatdn their

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own record by going 20 games without losing. They're still chasing

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promotion after a draw with Southend last night. But, despite thd

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unbeaten run, Scunthorpe ard drawing most of their games, and have only

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won twice in two months. Silon Clark reports.

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If the pressure of breaking a record was on Scunthorpe minds, it wasn't

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evident early on. Only thred minutes gone, Matt Sparrow blasted home the

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opener. Then another. In thd second half, the Southend manager weaved

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some magic into his side and they scored a wonder goal. Soon `fter, it

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was all square. A strange one, this, for 2`2. Disappointing, throwing

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away at two goal lead. Awful second half. You get used to it,

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unfortunately. They should have won the game. But it wasn't to be. But

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you can't complain. Good first half, it would be better if we stopped it

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then! Another draw, not good enough. We were lucky, in the end. We

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weathered an early storm. The second goal was a great goal as well as the

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first. Lady Luck wasn't with us tonight. Congratulations to

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Southend, but very proud to be 0 unbeaten. Scunthorpe United may not

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have had a victory that would have taken on top of the table btt with

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most of their rivals roaring last night, it's not as bad as it might

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have been. With ten games to go starting at Plymouth on Sattrday,

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they are still in the promotion race.

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Hull City have been allocatdd almost 32,000 tickets for their FA Cup

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semifinal. The game with Shdffield United will be played at Welbley on

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Sunday 13th April. The Tigers have been allocated the eastern side of

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the stadium. More details about the tickets will be released on Friday.

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As I say, there are 32,000 of them. At the Winter Paralympics in Russia,

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Lincolnshire skier Jade Ethdrington has won her third medal. Thd

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23`year`old from Bourne has taken silver in the visually impahred

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slalom to add to her silver and bronze medals from earlier hn the

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Games. On Friday, Jade compdtes in the final event of the Super

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Combined. She's guaranteed her fourth medal if she finishes.

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Fingers crossed and we will let you know on Friday night.

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A father from Hull has been explaining the secrets of hhs sons'

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sporting success. Chris Coyle, who runs a fruit and veg stall, has

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produced a professional boxdr, a professional golfer and two

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footballers. Jill Archbold has been to meet them.

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If you ever needed proof of the virtues of five a day, simply look

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to fruit and veg trader Chrhs Coyle, whose four sons are each carving a

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career as professional sportsmen. Tommy, 24, he is the professional

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boxer. Then Joe, he's 19, hd's a golfer. Louis, he's 18, he's a

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professional footballer. And then my youngest is training with Ldeds

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United. We've come here for a game of football golf to find out who was

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the most talented member of the team. My dad wasn't fussed. If one

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of us wanted to be a ballerhna, boxer or golfer, he wants to us to

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do what we enjoy. Who was your dad 's favourite sportsman? Walker,

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definitely. The footballers, golfer and boxer head to the coursd to

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compete. But is the youngest son really Dad's favourite? I don't have

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any favourites whatsoever. They are all equal and there are all my

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favourites. Footballer, golfer, but Sir, I couldn't be prouder. Today's

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game is a bit of fun. But, between them, the brothers spend hotrs each

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week training, so where do they get their determination? I have always

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worked for myself in business. I have always said, never givd in Yet

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up the next day and go again. That is where they get it from. @nd in

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amongst the seriousness, pldnty of room for brotherly silliness. They

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are my pals now. We come hole and every Sunday, religiously, we always

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have... We are a team. I expect Joe to look after us all, we ard a team,

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and that is where that comes from. I would always support my kids, know

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what what they want to do. Ly dad is a great role model as a father.

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Terrible dress sense, though. Whatever his stress sense, that will

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always have the final word. Tell you what, there is always a job on the

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fruit stall! Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines. Labour says an EU referendum is unlikelx, unless

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there were plans to give more powers to Brussels.

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Health professionals in Hull warn e`cigarette users they could be

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taking in dangerous quantithes of nicotine.

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Tomorrow, fog, locally densd, slowly clearing, then all parts drx and

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sunny. Feeling warm after a frosty start. Maximum temperature, 14.

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Light and variable wind. Yotr messages on e`cigarettes, thank you

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for all of them. The only problem is that they will outsell norm`l

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cigarettes and this is scarhng the government because

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'Small businesses are very important to the whole country.'

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Without small businesses on the high street,

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it would close the heart of the towns and villages.

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The first time for 100... over 130 years since we've been here,

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we are expanding and we've bought another shop,

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'Whether you are a small or a large business,

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'things have been extremely difficult.'

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due to the fact that people come in more regularly.

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