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died aged 88. That's all from the BBC News at Six so it's goodbye

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

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Claims that an influx of migrants from Romania and Bulgaria hasn't

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materialised. The message that we have got across is that the area is

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so full of migrant workers that there is no extra work here.

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The Government's asked to help three former soldiers from East Yorkshire

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who are being held in an Indian jail.

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The report that says you're more likely to be obese if you live near

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a takeaway. She's done it again ` Lincolnshire's

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Jade Etherington celebrates a record medal haul at the Winter

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Paralympics. And there are some sunshine to come this weekend.

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An investigation by BBC Look North has found that claims that a rush of

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Romanians and Bulgarians would come to work in Britain have not so far

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become reality in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. Fears had been raised

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by some politicians and research groups that an influx of new

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migrants would put pressure on public services in towns including

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Boston. But some companies who employ workers from overseas say

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they're disappointed Romanians and Bulgarians are not coming at all.

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Here's our rural affairs correspondent, Linsey Smith.

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Spring has sprung and in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire there are

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more than the usual signs. Once we see that the flowers are going to be

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ready, then we start ringing the agencies that we use and will tell

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them how many pickers we think we want on a particular day. We're

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right in the peak of the season now and we are up to 150. We would

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really like about 200 at the moment. How many Romanians and Bulgarians

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have you had? I don't think we've got any. It's not just in the

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daffodil fields. We spoke to farmers, pack house owners and gang

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agencies. All of which were poised for an influx, they haven't seen a

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single Romanian or Bulgarian. On January the 1st On January the 1st

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all eyes were on airport arrival lounges. The Home Office say they'll

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be no official figures on the numbers of new migrants from Romania

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and Bulgaria until May. If they had headed here you may

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expect to find some here. Park Academy, Boston's school with a

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glowing reputation for welcoming children of different nationalities.

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67% of the pupils here don't speak English as their first language. We

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haven't seen any, we've had no interest from Romanian or Bulgarian

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families at all. It certainly would have been a struggle, the biggest

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challenge for us would've been places. Protesters in Boston are

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also worried about public services being overstretched. But even Boston

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Borough Council say they have taken a couple of tentative housing

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enquiries from Romanians and Bulgarians. But Liliana Demeter says

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the UK has missed out. A trained Romanian nurse, she moved here with

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her family a decade ago. In the nursing field, it is well known

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there are lots of jobs and they need nurses. From the local hospital they

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have gone to Portugal to recruit. Bad publicity around coming here had

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also a little bit of an impact and especially people with kids. Why

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they choose to come somewhere where they are not welcome. There are

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other countries, now it is three all over `` The UK's door is still open

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to Romanians and Bulgarians but in this home they feel there's little

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appetite to join them. The UK Independence Party was among

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those warning there would be tens of thousands of new migrants from

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Bulgaria and Romania. I spoke to Roger Helmer ` the UKIP MEP for the

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East Midlands. I asked him if he believes everyone wants to come and

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live in Britain. Of course not everyone wants to come

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to Britain, but very large numbers of people do want to come to Britain

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and have come to Britain, and will continue to come to Britain unless

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we get a grip on our borders. All the people we have spoken to,

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farmers and employers, none have seen an influx of Romanians and

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Bulgarian workers. It has not happened. If you go back to the

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beginning of 2013, you will find there are about 112,000 Romanians

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and Bulgarians in Britain. By the end of the year there were 142,000.

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Sorry, 141,000. You have got nearly 30,000 coming during the course of

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last year. We don't have good statistics for this year, and

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obviously it is still nine and a half months to go. Everyone was

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talking about the start of January. UKIP got it wrong. There was a lot

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of scaremongering, wasn't there? Absolutely not. As politicians we

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can tell you how many people gained the right to come to Britain at the

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beginning of this year, and that was close on 29 million in Bulgaria and

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Romania. What we can't tell you is exactly how many will come. There

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was all the scaremongering. There is a quote here from Godfrey Bloom in

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2012. Britain will be unable to stop the tidal flood of new immigrants.

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Where is this tidal flood? We have not even had a drip since January.

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We don't know what the statistics are, but we do know 30,000 came last

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year, and we know the National Statistics Office is estimating

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50,000 a year for subsequent years, so these are not trivial numbers.

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You must want to congratulate David Cameron, because another factor

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could be that the new migrants wouldn't be able to claim benefits

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for the first three months. That is a well done job, isn't it? He has

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made a few little gestures, but frankly in the overall scheme of

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things they make no real difference. The fact is, we in Britain can no

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longer control our borders in terms of people coming from the European

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Union, and we need to be able to do that. Are you sad we have missed out

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on a potential new labour force since the start of January, that

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firms desperately need those people? No, of course. We have to get a

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balance. UKIP isn't saying we don't want immigration. We are saying we

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want sensible numbers that we can cope with, and we want to be able to

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select people who are needed by British industry. It is about

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numbers and skills. Nothing to do with race or religion, or ethnicity

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or nationality. It is about numbers and skills. Other countries do this

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in a rational way. Canada and Australia. We can't because we are

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not very good with our borders and we are in the European Union.

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Did some politicians get it wrong? Has Britain put off new migrants who

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are now working in countries like Germany? Do you agree with Roger

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Helmer that Britain is not very good with its borders? Should reselect

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people `` should we select people? Email: [email protected] Text:

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each message. Hull Hotline: 01482 314406 Lincoln Hotline: 01522 875184

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Twitter PeterLevy. Immigration will be one of the big

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talking points on this week's Sunday Politics. The programme starts at

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11am on BBC One. Guests include the Grimsby MP Austin Mitchell and the

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Brigg and Goole MP, Andrew Percy. In a moment: Coming to Hull ` The

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city welcomes the man who could give millions to local arts

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organisations. David Cameron is being asked to help

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three former soldiers from East Yorkshire who are in jail in India.

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They're among six men arrested last October when Indian police detained

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the ship they were protecting against pirates. They were refused

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bail today. They have all served their country

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and now they need their country. Purslane array from Hull is a

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Buddhist soldier jailed in India `` British soldier. He had been working

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for an American security company when the Indian authorities detained

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that vessel five months ago. There she had had sailed from Yemen

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through waters with pirates. Its owners say the Indian Coast Guard

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allowed to enter the port to shelter from a cyclone. But India claims

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wasn't the right paperwork for the weapons on board. They had arms of

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course because they have to arm themselves. They were doing a job to

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protect themselves. Pressure is on the government to intervene. 100,000

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signatures have been collected on a petition urging the Prime Minister

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to stepping. A former paratrooper is held as well. His father says every

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day is tough. It can tie you up in knots. It has had an affect on the

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whole family. Everyone is concerned. We are spoken to the Foreign Office

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today who says this is a difficult and important case that the primers

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has raised with the authorities, but is unable to get the release of

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British nationals or interfere with another country's legal processes.

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It did say it will do all it can to help and stress the importance of a

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quick resolution. Carroll says that is not enough. David Cameron, if it

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was your son what would you do? If it was your family what would you

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do? You would want to get back home. You would do the best you could to

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get these guys are back home. We will continue to follow that story

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if there are any developments. Engineers have started dismantling

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an experimental tidal power generator in the Humber. The Neptune

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was built to provide power to The Deep, but was scrapped when the

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company behind it went into liquidation. People living on Hull's

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Victoria Dock had campaigned to have it removed, saying it had become an

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eyesore. Network Rail says a broken locking

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mechanism on the Goole swing bridge was behind delays last night. Five

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trains on the Hull to Doncaster line were held up. It took two hours for

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the problem to be fixed. A police constable from Hull has

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been to Buckingham Palace today to receive her MBE. PC Sharon Houfe was

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given the honour by Prince Charles for her work developing

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relationships with Hull's Muslim community and for tackling racial

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bullying in the city's schools. And Greg Knight, the MP for East

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Yorkshire, was knighted at the same ceremony, for his work in the

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Conservative's Whips' Office. If you live near a take`away you're

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more likely to be obese. That's according to new research in the

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British Medical Journal. They say there's been a large increase in

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take`away food businesses in recent year. For example we found out that

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in 2010 in North Lincolnshire there were 102 takeaways. There are now

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175. That's a 75% rise. And in that area almost a third of people are

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overweight. Sarah Corker reports from Scunthorpe.

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Fast food is cheap and convenient, but often high in fat and calories.

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But takeaway owners say they're just responding to demand. All take

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arrays have high calories, but you can get it from the supermarket as

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well. It is not just us and you're giving people what they want. Almost

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30% of adults here are OBEs, above the national average. Here in

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Scunthorpe, I have counted 14 take arrays in less than half a mile foot

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of the report today says the closer either to a fast`food joint the more

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likely you are to be overweight. How often do you eat takeaway is? Five

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days a week. Ie chicken and kebabs. It keeps people lazy. June and Mayo.

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It is healthy `` We need between between two and 2500 calories a day.

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Fish and chips with mushy peas is 604 calories A meat feast pizza

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comes in at 900 calories And for a whopping 1,436 calories, you can get

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a chinese sweet and sour chicken with egg friend rice and spring

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rolls. `` fried. More takeaways are appearing on our high streets than

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ever before. Just because there is a fast`food joint there it does not

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mean you have to eat it. We have to make sure people exercise. Will the

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council listen to this advice and limit the number of takeaways? We

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believe interesting people. And health professionals want councils

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to take more responsbility. If customers want to eat healthy baking

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comb into an establishment and that choice is there for them. In Hull,

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the council's encouring businesses to offer healthy options, like

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grilling food rather frying it. So the message is some fast foods are

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kinder to your wastelines than others. It's your choice.

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Are there too many takeaways? Should councils stop new ones opening? Are

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they making people obese? There is the contact details below.

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Still ahead tonight: The Lincolnshire skier who's become

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Britain's most successful woman at the Winter Paralympics. It was the

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best race we have done together, so we are both happy. Let's take a look

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at night's picture. This is a lovely picture. It is these are good at the

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weekend send it in. `` if you see anything good. You said I was

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bossy. Let's have a look at the weather. There'll be some sunshine

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but cloud tomorrow morning. It will brighten up and LB sunshine by

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tomorrow afternoon. Sunday is pleasant. It is because there is

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pressure from the South and settled weather through the rest of the

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week. We will start the season changes by Wednesday. More cloud

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develops as we move through the course of the afternoon. It will

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continue to spread southwards overnight. A largely cloudy night

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developing but mostly dry one and underneath that cloud temperatures

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will drop too low. Not as cool as last night. Seven or eight degrees.

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We will have the problems of mist and fog. Your next high water will

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be at 5am tomorrow morning. A loss of cloud around. It may well linger

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until late morning, midday, but I'm hopeful it will brighten up through

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tomorrow. We should see some sunny spells breaking through, but it

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might be that temperatures don't go too high. It also the average of 12

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or 13 degrees. It with outbreaks of quickly enough I wouldn't be

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surprised to see temperatures getting up to 14 or 15 degrees. On

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Sunday, there will be some low cloud around, but that should burn off and

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we will have some spells of sunshine. Another dry day to come

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and cool on Tuesday. We will start to see changes on Monday. There will

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be some rain around. Thank you for your grandmother who dogged me in.

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The head of the organisation that funds arts in England says he can

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help Hull unlock its potential before it becomes UK City of Culture

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in 2017. Alan Davey has already approved millions of pounds for the

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city but says there are never guarantees about more funding.

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Caroline Bilton met him as he toured the city today.

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He came to see the cultural highlights of Hull ` This is a man

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who holds the key to unlock lots of money ` so those who are behind

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Hull's City of Culture celebrations were keen to bend his ear. The arts

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Council has committed ?3 million but we see the opportunity to make a

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difference here. His visit started off here at Hull Truck Theatre one

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the main recipients of arts council funding in the city at the moment.

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He then visited smaller businesses like this art gallery, who are

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hoping the city of Gold estate will open new doors. `` city of culture

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status. We can't extend our state is it we don't get the money. From

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grassroots to big events, the city of culture celebrations come with a

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80 million pounds price tag. The council is facing cuts, so what can

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they promised? It is always competitive. What is happening in

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Hull is special. It is special but Hull. It is special for art and

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culture, so we have to get behind it and we are. We will find a way.

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There are no guarantees? I can never give guarantees. Other visits in the

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pipeline will happen. Conversations happen all over the UK for the city

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of culture. I've met with some of the lottery distributors, the

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British film Institute. They want to understand what we are achieving

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here. He says the main thing he will take away from his visit is the

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possibility of what can be achieved here. Of course, arts Council

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funding is crucial in achieving that full potential, but he tells me

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this, it'll be the first of many visits to the city.

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The winners at last night's Hull and East Yorkshire tourism awards say

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they're confident that they can do their bit to attract more visitors

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to the area. At last night's ceremony in Bridlington there was a

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determination from winners like RSPB Bempton and the KC Stadium to take

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full advantage of Hull's year as UK City of Culture 2017.

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It's a great time Yorkshire in general. We have the Grand Depart

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this year, and we will have the new visitor centre and the all new

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singing and dancing Bempton Cliffs next year. That'll go on then into

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2017, and the Hull City of Culture. It is a chance for local businesses

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to say we're going to have have the most fantastic year, but in the run

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up to 2017 look at what else we can achieve.

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Congratulations to the other winners. Village Farm Bed

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Breakfast in Skipsea. Millers Tea Room at Raywell. Drewton's Farm Shop

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at South Cave. Mr Moo's Ice Cream. High Barn Cottages in Bempton The

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Triton Inn at Brantingham. Tickton Grange Hotel near Beverley. The Star

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restaurant at Sancton. The UK City of Culture Winning Team. And Joint

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Winners in the tourism event category: Beverley Folk Festival

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the Freedom Festival in Hull. Well done to everybody.

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Hull City boss Steve Bruce says its not good patting themselves on the

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back because they're not safe from relegation yet. The Tigers welcome

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to the KC Stadium one of the favourites for the title, Manchester

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City who beat them in the reverse fixture 2`0 earlier in the season.

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We couldn't have played any better against them, and we still weren't

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good enough. I accept that and say OK, we were beaten fairly and that

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is what we have to do tomorrow. We have to make sure we play well.

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And the Tigers will have 32,000 tickets for their semifinal with

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Sheffield United at Wembley. Our sports reporter Simon Clark has some

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more details on the distribution. Simon what are the plans by the

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club? If you have a Hull season ticket,

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you can get a ticket to Wembley. If you have that triggered the two

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seasons or you might be able to get a second one. It will like this. So

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there's not a huge rush all at once, they will sell them stand`bys

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stand. More details can be found on the club website. The ticket prices

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range from between ?30 and ?50. 32,000 tickets as Hull head towards

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Wembley. Hull Kingston Rovers seek their

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first win of the season with a trip to the champions Wigan tonight. Last

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week, Craig Sandercock's team were heavily beaten by Wigan's

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arch`rivals St Helens, seen here in red and white, but will include

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experienced Adie Gardner for his debut. The weekend of sport starts

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tonight with Hull Kingston Rovers You can hear how they get on with

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BBC Radio Humberside. Kick`off is at 8pm. Its Saturday Sport programme

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starts with Hull City's game with Manchester City from 12.45pm. At 3pm

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you can hear Scunthorpe United's match at Plymouth on FM. And Grimsby

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Town's game with Wrexham on AM, Digital and online. On Sunday it's

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Hull FC's trip to Castleford from 3pm on FM and online. And BBC Radio

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Lincolnshire have Lincoln City's match with Braintree tomorrow. The

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programme starts at 2pm. Jade Etherington has taken her place

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in sporting history. She is now the most successful woman British winter

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paralympian after winning her fourth skiing medal in Sochi. Jade has 5%

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vision. At her former school in Market Deeping in South

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Lincolnshire, pupils and teachers say they are very proud of her

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achievement. Jake Zuckerman has the story.

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The moment Lincolnshire's Jade Etherington make paralympic history.

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Taking silver in the super`combined earlier this morning in Sochi. With

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three silvers and a bronze, Jade, from Bourne, and her guide Caroline

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Powell, have become the most successful British women ever at the

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Winter Paralympics. We missed the silver and did go throw it. We had a

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good performance. It was the fastest and best race we have done together.

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We are both happy and it is a shame as it was so close to the gold. We

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tried hard and said we didn't want to just finished I get the silver.

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`` and get. There are 45 countries competing in the Winter Paralympics.

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With four medals to her name, Jade has won more in total than Norway,

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Sweden or Finland. At her old school in Market Deeping, where they've

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been following Jade's every move, her success has been inspiring

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current students too. I have dreams and aspirations I want to achieve.

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If that is what she wanted to do for her live, then it makes me feel I

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could do that as well. It is amazing to see what she has gone through.

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Those who taught Jade say she's always shown great strength of

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character. She was very bubbly and it can be quite challenging, because

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she had very clear ideas about what you wanted to achieve, and was

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determined to achieve them even though it seemed very difficult for

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her. She was very determined, and that determination to succeed

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clearly has led to great things in terms of her skiing. So far gold

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medal position has remained just beyond Jade's grasp, but she and her

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guide have one final chance to add to their medal tally on Sunday when

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they compete in the Giant Slalom. Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines. An MP for more than 50 years and tireless

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campaigner for socialism ` the former Labour cabinet minister Tony

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Benn has died. There is a predicted influx of migrants to East

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Yorkshire, but it fails to materialise. Tomorrow's weather: A

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cloudy morning but tending to brighten into the afternoon. A fresh

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breeze and a maximum temperature of 14 Celsius. We have some messages on

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migration. Mike has treated. Only a small number have come to date, but

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it is far to early that we should think no more to come. UKIP

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exaggerate the figures. Tony says your speakerphone UKIP was select.

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We have to select immigrants and choose the right ones `` speaker

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from. Have a nice weekend.

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