21/03/2014 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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The headlines tonight: The hospital facing fines of tens of thousands of

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pounds for leaving patients outside in ambulances.

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We are investing about ?7 million to improve our services. If we are find

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it might threaten our investment. The Lincolnshire MP Sir Peter

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Tapsell, elected in 1959, is to retire. Could Boris Johnson replace

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him as a local MP? Law`breaking cyclists could be sent

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on a course to improve their riding. I still wouldn't think twice about

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using the pavement if I felt I was in danger.

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And good news for barn Owls as new breeding pairs are spotted in East

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Yorkshire. After some wet weather tonight, a

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mix of sunshine and showers for the weekend.

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The trust which runs Hull Royal Infirmary could be fined nearly

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?200,000, after hundreds of ambulances were kept waiting for at

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least half an hour outside accident and emergency this winter. More than

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800 patients were delayed in three months, which is more than times as

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many as during a similar period the previous winter. Our health

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correspondent Vicky Johnson reports. Ambulances delivering patients to

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the Hull Royal Infirmary. For most, the turnaround time meets government

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guidelines, but if there are no bays available inside accident and

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emergency, patients have to stay in the ambulance. One paramedic has

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told us that during busy periods they are often held up with patients

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on stretchers for up to an hour. When the ambulance vehicles are

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parked outside Hull Royal, they are not doing what they're supposed to

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be doing, responding to 999 calls. That means their figures drop for

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response time so they get fined. If they can't get the patients to Hull

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Royal in time they get fined as well, so it's a double whammy.

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New NHS figures show that in the three months to February more than

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870 patients had to wait longer than they should have before being

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transferred to accident and emergency. Hospitals now face fines

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of ?200 for every 30 minutes an ambulance is kept waiting. In

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theory, this could mean that the hospital trust here could be fined

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?175,000 Hospital managers haven't yet been told whether they are to be

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fined. We want to spend every penny to

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improve patient care. We are investing about ?7 million to

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improve our emergency department facilities, and obviously if we are

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fined a huge amount of money it might threaten our investment. The

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key thing for us is to work with our partners to deliver the right care

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for patients at the right time, and spend the money wisely. We need to

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invest in improvements both in the hospital and in the community.

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We have received a statement from the Yorkshire Ambulance Service,

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saying that patient handovers can be a challenge during times of high

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demand. But it adds that they're working with hospitals to minimise

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and avoid delays in the future. Meanwhile, doctors insist that even

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when patients are kept waiting in ambulances they are still getting

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the care that they need. Well, we did want to speak to a

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government minister about the issue of fining hospitals but nobody was

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available. In a statement we were told that ?400 million is being

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invested in A departments across the country. Earlier, I spoke to

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Richard Murray who is the Director of Policy at an independent health

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charity, The Kings Fund, and asked him if more people were being

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admitted at A to speed up waiting time targets:

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It absolutely is. There is no doubt that making people wait in

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ambulances outside A is very poor practice. All NHS managers have been

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completely clear that this is not acceptable. Numbers like that are

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far, far too high. Should ambulances and the hospital

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trust be fined if they don't meet their targets?

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There is not a lot of evidence that finds is actually work. On one side

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they may help provide a focus for the management to get people into

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A quickly, but if there is a shortage of beds or a shortage of

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money fines aren't really going to help.

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The other thing is that hospitals are admitting more people and

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keeping them. Do they get need to get rid of people more quickly?

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They absolutely do. But that's not just a job for the hospital that

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needs a lot of services, needs GPs, needs district nurses, and needs

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social care to help hospitals get people out as quickly as they can.

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If you were in one of those ambulances, those ten a day for that

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three`month period, you are not going to be very happy, you're going

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to feel that you are short`changed. Absolutely. I think patients should

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be angry. I think the clinician should be angry, as well. This is

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not good quality care. There are ways in which patients can complain,

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ways of trying to put pressure on the system. But it does need working

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across the hospital, with district nurses and GPs to make sure that

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people go into hospital quickly and out of hospital quickly.

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Good to talk to you tonight, Mr Murray.

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. We want to hear from you on this story ` do you think fining

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hospitals is the best way of tackling waiting times at A? In a

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moment: And hospital fines will be one of

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the talking points on this week's Sunday Politics.

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The programme starts at 11am on BBC One.

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In a moment: Business partners of the Hull City owner Assem Allam

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voice their support for his plan to change the name to Hull Tigers. I

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think the majority of the fans once the current owners to stay. When

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The Conservative MP for Louth and Horncastle Sir Peter Tapsell has

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confirmed he'll be stepping down at the next General Election. Sir Peter

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first entered parliament in 1959 and is the longest serving member of the

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House of Commons. He's served under ten prime ministers. Sir Peter will

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inform his constituency party of his decision at a meeting tonight. More

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from our political editor Tim Iredale.

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This is one of the earliest TV interviews with young MP Peter

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Tapsell. He was speculating on who would replace Prime Minister Harold

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Macmillan back in 1963. In a world that is threatened by the

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hydrogen bomb, experience and statesmanship are things which one

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should look for first of all in a leader.

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More than half a century later, Sir Peter Tapsell was on his feet in the

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House of Commons, this week, paying tribute to the former Labour MP Tony

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Benn, died at the age of 88. He made a stunning speech. I

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remember thinking to myself, how am I ever going to be able to compete

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with that? As the longest serving MP, Sir Peter

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holds the honorary title of Father of the House of Commons, prompting

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this tribute from the Prime Minister following the 2010 General Election:

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May I also congratulate my friend the honourable member for Louth and

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Horncastle on becoming the Father of the House.

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Sir Peter's decision to step down has prompted speculation that the

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London Mayor Boris Johnson may be tempted to run for the seat if he

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decides to return to the Commons. This was the reaction of voters in

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Louth: Too much of a buffoon for my liking!

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He's popular with me because I've read a lot of things he has written

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and there is a lot to it. I would never vote for Boris

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Johnson! No! Sir Peter says he intends to

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represent his constituents to the best of his abilities until next

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year's general election. By then he will be 85 ` the right time, he

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says, to leave the political stage. And Tim joins us live tonight.

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How seriously should we take these rumours about Boris Johnson taking

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over from Sir Peter Tapsell? The rumours were started by Sir

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Peter himself when he was asked recently about his political future.

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He said he was keeping his seat is safe for Boris. I suspect he was

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joking, but who knows? Stranger things have happened. This comes on

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the day when David Cameron gave an interview to the Sun newspaper as

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saying he would like Boris Johnson to be back in Parliament next year.

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This is a safe Conservative seat. If he was the Tory candidate barely

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would almost certainly win. A bookmaker is offering odds of six to

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one against Boris Johnson. But Sir Peter Tapsell doesn't want to be

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spoken about in the past tense just yet. He's got more than a year to

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go. This was someone who used to be the assistant to the former Prime

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Minister. A man who has felt the hand of history on his shoulders.

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A woman from Hull has welcomed the government's decision to allow a new

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Meningitis B vaccine for children. Claire Newman's six`year`old son

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Liam died of the illness in 2007. A petition with more than 35,000

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signatures was sent to the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt asking him to

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back the vaccine. 's is The speed limit on a main road in Grimsby is

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likely to be raised from 30 to 40 miles per hour, against the wishes

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of the police. Councillors backed a petition from

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members of the public last night after claims the limit on Peaks

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Parkway is too low and leading to many people getting speeding

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tickets. The council also voted to keep the average speed cameras on

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the road. Cyclists who ride dangerously on

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pavements or jump red lights could be sent on considerate cycling

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courses instead of being fined. Humberside Police is planning to

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trial the scheme in Hull ` a city where the number of people who cycle

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to work is three times the national average. It'll be similar to speed

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awareness courses that are run for motorists. Sarah Corker has been

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finding out more. Cyclists who prefer riding on the

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pavements rather than the roads. There were plenty of them today in

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Hull. It's a fineable offence. So are they a menace to pedestrians or

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keeping themselves safe from impatient motorists?

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I get more angry at the fact that they don't say sorry. There is no

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manners. It is really annoying.

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Pedestrians are definitely at risk. Your kids cycle on the pavements?

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They do at the moment. There some riders still use the footpath,

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and that has been an offence since 1885. If you are caught you face a

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fine of ?50. PCSO Paul Chalmers spends most of

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his time patrolling on two wheels ` he says most stick to the rules,

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it's the minority ignoring them. Cycling through red lights, traffic

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signals, cycling on footpath. `` cycling on footpaths.

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But some cyclists today told me, today, it's a constant battle with

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other road users. I wouldn't think twice about using

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the pavement if I felt like I was in danger. It's not worth it.

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In 2011, Hull was named as one of Britain's top cycling cities `

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events like Skyride and the arrival of the Tour de Yorkshire this summer

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` boosting its popularity. Those in the business welcome the move to

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help educate cyclists... They maybe don't think about the

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inherent dangers of riding on the pavements. Pedestrian collisions,

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etc. Maybe more cycle path, may be more awareness.

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So, the aim's not to penalise responsible riders ` but the

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cyclists putting others at risk or those who just know what the rules

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are. You might also have a view on this

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one ` do you think courses for anti`social cyclists will help cure

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the problem? Maybe you think there's a better way?

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Still ahead tonight: Barn Owls are starting to thrive again in East

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Yorkshire. We thought the boxes would be empty, but we found I was

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in them in several cases. Look at that!

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That isn't real, surely? Of course that isn't real!

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You're not taller than me either! They have spoofed it up for us.

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Tonight: A band of rain will move eastwards overnight, heavy in

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places. It'll clear later with a frost developing which may lead to

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icy stretches. Minimum temperature: eastwards overnight, heavy in

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places. It'll clear later with a one degree. Tomorrow: Cool and breezy

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with sunny spells and scattered showers which could be heavy and

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thundery. Highs of eight degrees. Bands of rain sweeping in from the

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West and heavy spells of rain before it clears away eastwards. We are

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looking at an overnight frost. Generally, clear skies and

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temperatures in the countryside up to about one or two degrees. There

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could be the odd icy patch into tomorrow. The morning probably will

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be the least likely time for you to catch a shower. As the day gets

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going, we are at risk of seeing a few showers pushing in from the

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west. They could be heavy, potentially thundery, and they will

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be blowing in name brisk wind. Temperatures are below average for

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this time of year. They should be up to ten or 11, but tomorrow they're

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more like seven or eight full of that will be the theme for the next

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few days. Sunny spells and scattered showers, some of the showers heavy.

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Very frosty into Sunday and Monday. Overnight rain into Tuesday 's

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slowly turning showery. I think there is a sun that goes I'm

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just a girl who doesn't know! See you next week.

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Hull City's business partners have told Look North a name change is

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vital to help the club progress in the Premier League. Club owner Assem

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Allam says the name Hull Tigers will bring in millions of pounds from

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overseas markets. The Football Association is unconvinced, ahead of

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a club ballot asking fans for their views. Phillip Norton reports.

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Football ` these days it's a multi`million pound global industry.

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Hull City say money from overseas must keep flowing into the KC to

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secure the club's future. But the owner's plans to change the name to

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help with that has upset some fans. Now, businessmen associated with the

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club have appealed to those fans to put their faith in Assem Allam.

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The game is now more about bringing in money and revenue. That is a

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really big and important issue. When you see the likes of Wayne Rooney

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getting paid more than our club turned over last year, that to me is

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a pivot point. We have to try to run things differently.

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If you want to progress and get better players, you have to generate

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more revenue in whatever way you can.

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Is there a risk of alienating those fans without whom the club wouldn't

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exist? I think the majority of the fans

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want the current owners to stay. My view would be that you've got to

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back the current owners. Other businessmen associated with

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the club are hoping that what they call a silent majority will agree.

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Benefits to the area already being felt.

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When we were in the Premier club a few years back, over those two years

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applications to the University went up by 10%. Student numbers, people

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coming, people staying. All brings a massive amount to this city. We're

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not just talking football, here, we're talking regional economy and

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what should be international regional economy, not just for the

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local city. The issue has pitted some fans

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against the owner's proposals. This afternoon, details were released on

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how season`ticket holders can have their say on the name change in a

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ballot. Those against the move feel it goes against the club's history

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and won't bring in extra revenue. We have all the ingredients to make

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money anyway, as Hull City playing in amber and stripes, and nicknamed

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the Tigers. There is nothing that needs to be done. If we can't make

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the money off the back of being in the Premier league then it really

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does beg the question of when we are going to be able to create extra

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revenue? One marketing expert says if the

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fans and the club work together, a re`brand could make a huge

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difference. There are more people that support

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Manchester United in India alone than the rest of Europe put

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together. Hull has a long way to go forward. They have had ?74 million

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of investment, and I think what they have been asking for is that they

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would like to make it sustainable. The Football Association will make a

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final decision on the proposals next month. Phillip is live at The KC

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Stadium for us tonight ` we have heard the business case there.

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How can fans have their say? This is the ballot paper that has

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now mean made available to the ticket holders. It says we ask you

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to support our aspirations for the longer term sustainability of the

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club. A global television broadcasting name is at the heart of

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this plan. Yes to hold Tigers is the first option. The second option is

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no. The third option is that I am not concerned and will continue to

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support the club either way. Fans have one week to get their answers

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in. They can be put into postboxes at the KC Stadium. Yet again this

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will be another huge talking point in the stands.

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Hull City manager Steve Bruce has defended George Boyd after he was

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banned for three matches for spitting. Boyd was found guilty of

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spitting at Manchester City's Joe Hart last weekend and will miss

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tomorrow's game against West Bromwich Albion. His manager says

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the accusation is upsetting for the player.

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If there was legal action to take he would take it. It's a case of

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accusing him of something that is not in his make`up at all. He is

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certainly not capable of it. Scunthorpe United are hoping to

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extend their unbeaten run to 22 games this weekend at home against

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Burton Albion. The Iron are currently third in League Two just

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behind Rochdale and Chesterfield. Manager Russ Wilcox says there's

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still a lot of points up for grabs: There's nine to play ` there are a

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lot of points at stake. There are still 27 points to play for. We know

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this is a big game on Saturday, but again our preparation will just be

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the same. We know that if we win we go seven points above. We know that

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if they win it's six down to one, so it is a six`pointer. We will be

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fully focused on what we are going to do.

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Grimsby Town's top scorer from last season has left the club. Liam Hearn

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suffered a serious knee injury in November and has asked to leave

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Blundell Park. If you can't to a game this weekend

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it'll be on your local radio station: BBC Radio Humberside will

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have Hull City against West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League. Build

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up begins at 1.30pm. Thousands of pounds are being

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donated this weekend by people taking part in the BBC's Sport

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Relief charity. In Hull, over ?2,000 has been raised by Kingston Swimming

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Club. There have been 24 hour sports challenges, and a Hull FC`organised

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sumo wrestling event. And in Lincolnshire, the Boston Wheelers

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Cycling Club is currently cycling three hundred miles between all four

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corners of the county: I got quite a lot of good luck

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messages last night. I raised about ?200. I think we've raised about

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?5000 altogether. The total has gone up by nearly

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?2000 in the last 24 hours. A lot of that I think is from seeing us on

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the roads this morning. Don't forget that the Sport Relief

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programme gets under way on BBC One at 7pm.

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Harsh winters and late springs have hit words and numbers. Building

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nesting boxes and improving their habitat appears to be working.

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They're a much`loved and illusive native bird ` the barn owl. But

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sadly in recent years, you're more likely to see them like this.

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It was quite heartbreaking. People were bringing dead Owls to meet

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which were about a third underweight. Effectively, they have

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starved to death. It's why the Wolds Old Barn Group

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have been working flat out installing nesting boxes like these.

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They've also been growing grasslands nearby to encourage mice and voales

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` the barn owl's favourite dish. We are going around these boxes to

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do our usual maintenance, and went to boxes which we thought would be

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empty. We actually found pair is in them, in several cases, which gives

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us a lot of encouragement. If the weather stays as mild as it has

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been, he may have a chance of turning it around this year.

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It's welcome news, because barn owl numbers had reduced seventy % since

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the 1930s. There are now only four thousand breeding pairs in the UK

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and 2013 was the worst breeding season on record. But the Yorkshire

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Wildlife Trust say you don't have to be a conservationist to help.

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Putting a barn owl box up in your garden actually gives them that

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opportunity to nest. If you put up to boxes close by that is a really

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good thing because the male sometimes isn't allowed in the

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female's box when she is resting. If you've got space put to boxes.

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Sandy now lives at the South Cave Falconry Centre after being found

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abandoned from her nest. Wardens say it's not the wild that's making

:25:53.:26:00.

these birds suffer. We rescue birds which have been

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thoroughly kept in captivity. A lot of them have been bought on the

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Internet. We call it the Harry Potter syndrome. Evil thing that

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they will make a good pad but they don't.

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Farmers and land owners who may want a nesting box are encouraged to

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contact Robin's group. And help make sure sights like these, are still

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possible in the skies of East Yorkshire. Linsey Smith, BBC Look

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North, Tibthorpe. Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines: a doctor at a London hospital and another man

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are charged in connection with female genital mutilation.

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Hull Royal infirmary faces fines of tens of thousands of pounds were

:26:46.:26:47.

leaving patients outside in ambulances. The weather for tomorrow

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is cool and breezy with Scully sunny spells and scattered showers. Top

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temperatures in the afternoon up to eight Celsius.

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Responses on the ambulance story: pointless wasting money on fines for

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past mistakes. Use it to improve care for future

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patients. Lucy says I am a nurse and I agree

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with the man you interviewed. They shouldn't find them, and should

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instead use the money to expand a indie. More community support would

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free more beds. Thank you for all the messages. Have

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a great weekend. As EU on Monday.

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