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

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for an inquiry as a flagship school closes after less than two xears.

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It's completely unprecedentdd and it's extraordinary, in fact. How

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could you possibly open a school and have it close within 18 months? We

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need a very thorough and independent enquiry.

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It was supposed to strengthdn business links but flights from

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Humberside Airport to Copenhagen are scrapped.

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After the tidal surge, a promise Boston's tidal barrier will be ready

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ahead of schedule. And how of the country's most

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notorious cases is taking a Hull entrepreneur to Hollywood.

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Rain will continue in places through this evening but it should become

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mostly dry overnight. Join le later live in Boston for the full

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forecast. It opened just 18 months ago but

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tonight there are calls for an inquiry as a Hull secondary school

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announces it will close bec`use it's claimed there is a lack of students.

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Around 100 pupils attend thd Hull Studio School in the city cdntre and

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many of them face having thdir education disrupted following the

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announcement it will shut at the end of August. The idea of the school

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when it opened was to focus on business and enterprise and get

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students ready for the world of work. Caroline Bilton reports.

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For some students this opportunity is exciting. When it opened it was a

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pioneer ` just one of seven colleges in the UK to offer a new type of

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education but in less than two years its closing, leaving the future of

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some of its 90 students hanging in the balance. I had to check the date

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on the calendar because I honestly thought it was an April fool's joke.

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This parent wanted to remain anonymous to protect her chhld's

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future education. We'd had no warning at all from the school or

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any of the authorities... Nothing. We were totally in the dark. We

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don't know what's going on. So we don't know where in Septembdr our

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child is going to be. The studio school day will not be a 9al to 3pm

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experience. It's sponsored by Hull College but what is a studio school?

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It was a new concept in education that started back in 2010. They re a

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type of academy designed for pupils aged between 14 and 19 and they

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offer practical skills in the workplace as well as tradithonal

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academic and vocational studies In a statement the trust that runs the

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schools says that the closure is down to increased competition across

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the city. And it has struggled to recruit the number of students

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necessary to secure its viability. They say they'll work with pupils to

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help them find an appropriate destination to continue thehr

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learning. The Department for Education gave ?170,000 to the trust

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when the school was set up. Some believe an inquiry should t`ke

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place. This is completely unprecedented. It is extraordinary.

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How could you open a school, spend a lot of money on it and have it close

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in 18 months. I think it has national implications. We nded to

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get to the bottom of this. Ht's aimed to teach them about the world

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of work ` for students here they're getting a taste of the realhty a

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little earlier than they wotld have liked.

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No one from the Hull Studio School, its sponsors or the Departmdnt for

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Education was available for interview. Earlier I spoke to the

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principle of the Midland sttdio school which has been rated as

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outstanding. We were obviously disappointed for Hull and otr

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colleagues. The studio school model we have found has been very

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successful. We believe it h`s a future for young people. Yot said

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the school is less like a conveyor belt, but unfortunately youngsters

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here want to get on that conveyor belt, they are blaming a lack of

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numbers coming forward. Why do you think that is? We are finding young

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people want a different typd of learning. They don't just w`nt a

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range of qualifications, thdy want skills that will make them had and

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shoulders above everybody else when it comes to the world of work.

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Something has gone wrong because your type of school, there hs a lack

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of accountability. This school announces it is going after 18

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months, ?170,000 gone. Therd is no accountability? I disagree, they

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accountability is the same `s any Academy in the UK. We are hdld to

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account by Ofsted, they use the same framework. Judging by teachhng and

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learning and quality of education we provide is the same. We recdived

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outstanding at our studio school so that proves the model can work.

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We want to hear from you on this story, maybe you go to the Hull

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Studio School or you might have an opinion on academy schools no matter

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where you live. If you want to get in touch, the

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usual address: Thanks to everyone who got hn touch

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about the Nu T strike yesterday Across our part of the world, 1 of

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our schools fully closed with 1 0 partially closed. Just a few of your

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messages: Flights from Humberside airport to

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Copenhagen are being scrappdd. Those involved believed one of thd key

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areas of trade would be the renewable sector. But Scandhnavian

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Airlines has blamed disappohnting passenger numbers, as Emma Lassey

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reports. Business as usual for KLM and

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Eastern Airways. We are verx disappointed they have cancdlled the

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route but there are other opportunities and we are cldar with

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KLM and Eastern, it is an exciting time for the airport and thd region

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itself. When operations beg`n in October last year the deal was seen

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as a vote of confidence in the local economy. Denmark has pioneered the

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use of renewable energy, whhch is expanding across the Humber region

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with business links ever more important. Even this week's news

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from Siemens confirming its commitment to renewable energy

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investments in the area has not stopped the airline pulling out

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Scandinavian airlines has s`id passenger demand was not as high as

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anticipated. It made it unsustainable to continue flying

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from Humberside airport. Thd route began at the end of October last

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year, a five times a week sdrvice using a 50 seat aircraft. There have

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been 14 cancellations due to weather and technical issues. News service

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has been cancelled has not gone down well with business passengers

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arriving today. A lot of people rely on airlines these days to go to and

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from work. It is a good work `` airport. I hoped this airport would

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grow as opposed to potential cut backs, but extremely disappointing.

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We were very excited when they first announced the additional service

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from Humberside airport to Durope will stop it is very much ndeded. It

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has been short lived and I think the announcement is unfortunate and it

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almost coincided with the positive news of the renewable energx sector.

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With other airline operators using this airport successfully it's hope

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that Scandinavian Airlines will return at some point in the future.

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You might also have a view on this story, how damaging is todax's

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announcement to the airport? Both Humberside and Lincolnshire

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Police need to make improvelents to the way they handle domestic abuse.

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That's according to a new rdport which says Humberside Policd has a

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fragmented and inconsistent approach to dealing with cases.

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Lincolnshire's force was described as being "generally effective", but

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improvements are still needdd to keep victims safe. We have

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specialist officers in domestic abuse and victims' services. We have

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just started a programme to try and identify repeat victims, repeat

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offenders and serial offenddrs ` those who offend against multiple

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victims. We are trying to gdt more sophisticated in the way we deal

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with those and the way we s`fety plan for victims within

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Lincolnshire. North`east Lincolnshire Council says

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the scheme to stop bogus callers has reached a milestone. Areas that sign

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up to be a cold calling control zone are provided with warning shgns and

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given advice on how to deter and avoid doorstep crime. Three streets

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in Grimsby signed up this wdek bringing the total number of zones

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to 100. It is not just a local problem, it is a national problem.

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Knock on the door, so you h`ve something faulty with your roof

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guttering and before you know it, Mrs Jones perhaps has handed over an

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amount of money she can ill afford. They have taken the money, not done

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the work and work still needs doing, she has to it twice.

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Hall sitting goalkeeper is still in hospital after last night's defeat

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to West Ham. On 100 years on, the World War I soldiers finallx laid to

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rest. The Boston MP Mark Simmons has told

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blogs nor the flood barrier in the town will be completed earlher than

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expected. He says work should be finished by 2019. He has sahd he

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will personally help anyone who is still struggling to get instrance.

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800 homes and businesses were did by the tidal surge in December. As part

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of the schoolroom port date, Damien, Harry, Courtney and Mia havd been

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finding out how the town is four months after the flooding. This was

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Boston in December, the tid`l surge led to water flowing over w`lls and

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bridges and into homes and businesses.

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We caught up with our MP who told us a lot of work is being done to

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protect people in the futurd. The cost of the barrier and associated

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works is 100 million. The advice I have received from the environment

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agency, the body responsibld for building and maintaining flood

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defences, is that had the b`rrier been in position on December the 5th

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and sixth last year, no properties in Boston would have flooded. This

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is the church known as the stump. There is still work to be done here.

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It took a long time to dry out. We have problem with the woodwork

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because we don't know how mtch damage has been done. We have the

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electrics and the sound system still to do and we have the entird heating

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system in the church. You whll have noticed it is a little bit cold

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That is because we don't have a heating system. The flooding

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affected many other students our school. The water came down my

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street and it was about a cdntimetre until it came into my door. I wasn't

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affected. It affected some of our friends and family. Some of the

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clubs we go to were cancelldd. Will it happen again? A deep are` of low

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pressure pushed across the north of the UK and it forced sea levels to

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rise. As the low pressure ptshed away, the strong winds dragged it

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towards the coast and that resulted in the coastal flooding. Thdy could

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happen again but after the 43 flood defences put in place, and now more

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work has been done. Work is underway in the tidal barrier and repairing

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the flood defences. The barrier is due to be finished earlier than

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expected by the middle of 2019. Well done to them, they did a

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fantastic job. K is still in Boston, let's go to her for the fordcast.

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Good evening. It has dry up here but it is chilly.

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Let's take a look at the gr`phics. As we had through this evenhng,

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patchy rain will continue in places. It could become heavier and more

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persistent for a time. As wd head overnight, towards the end of the

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night most parts should we drive. Temperatures will drop to around six

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or seven degrees. So it shotld remain largely frost free. Cloudy

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and a bit breezy as well. Tomorrow morning will be a cloudy st`rt,

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there could be patchy rain `t first but all parts should be dry as we

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had through the day. It will feel chilly again tomorrow. Eight or nine

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degrees. The easterly breezd will make it feel chilly, especi`lly

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along the coast. For the important Outlook, I have a guest. On Friday

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we may see the chance for p`tchy rain at first but all parts should

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clear. Still cloudy, temper`tures around nine degrees. As we go into

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the weekend it may still be very cloudy especially around thd coast.

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As we go further inland we lay see some hazy sunshine. Temperatures are

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warming up to 12 degrees. Unfortunately, as we go into Monday

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cannot we may see the rain `gain. That is the Outlook. That is the

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Outlook, I think she did a great job. Thank you very much.

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job. Thank you Let's thank them all. Damien, Harry,

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Courtney and Mia. Well done to everyone, youngsters who have been

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taking part today. A family from Lincolnshire can finally bury one of

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their relatives who died in World War One. Ten soldiers who wdre

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killed in October 1914 have been formally identified, includhng

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Private William Singyard whose relatives live in Heckington. The

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men served with second Batt`lion, The York and Lancaster Regilent

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Here's Gemma Dawson: They fought for their country. Many killed hn action

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with some families unaware of their final resting place. But now the

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bodies of ten soldiers who have been identified five years after their

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remains were found during btilding work in France. I can see the

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resemblance to my father. Particularly around the eyes and

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around the mouth. Barry provided his DNA and last week he got a letter

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confirming his relative was one of the dead soldiers. He never even

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knew about Private William @lfred Singyard, but has spent the last

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week researching him at his home in Heckington. I felt more of ` bond,

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more of a closeness. Some s`dness because since it's been confirmed,

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I've been trawling genealogx websites and trying to find more

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about his existence, his history, what he did. The Regiment wdre on

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this road here. Colonel Geofrey Norton is an expert on the Regiment.

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By nightfall, they were in ` position just south of this little

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crossroads here. That is whdre the bodies were found on that crossroads

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in 2009. He's spent the last few years helping to identify the dead

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soldiers. Without DNA we wotld never have known who any of them were

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They could have been buried the next year as unknown. It's wrong. This is

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a wonderful way in which to honour the soldiers who died for us. Now,

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nearly 100 years after their deaths in this war, the ten identified

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soldiers will finally be giving us funeral with full military honours.

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The record producer and rail campaigner, Peter Waterman hs urging

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the government to speed up production of the High Speed Rail

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Bill. The first stage of thd ?4 billion project is due to connect to

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the capital with Birmingham. The second stage will link up whth

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Manchester and Leeds. He cl`ims many parts of Yorkshire will bendfit You

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have got to have the whole `rea so it spreads out so Bradford

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benefits, York benefits, so over in Hull, places like that. It spreads.

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Wealth is spread, that is the great thing about it. Let's hope the

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people in our region will bdnefit after the Tour de France ard getting

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access to free bikes and cycle training. This advert was rdleased

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Lincolnshire's Paralympic skier Jade Etherington has been granted the

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freedom of her home town. Although 2017 is rooted in Hull it is very

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much an event for the whole Yorkshire community. We need to work

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with our neighbouring cities, but also you take the Tour de France as

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an international event, it's got great scope to pull in masshve

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audiences and we want to showcase what we're going to be doing in 2017

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so they come back. Lincolnshire's Paralympic skier Jade

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Etherington has been granted the freedom of her home town. J`de

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became the most successful British female Winter Paralympian when she

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won four medals at Sochi. Bourne Town council voted unanimously last

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night to give her the honour. Fantastic news.

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The Hull City goalkeeper, Allan McGregor, is in hospital with kidney

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damage after a collision th`t led to his sending off at West Ham. Despite

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the home team winning 2`1, they were booed off by their fans at the end

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of the game. Leanne Brown rdports. Hull City are still one short of the

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ten victories that manager Steve Bruce has set as a survival target

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after last night's result, but there was no shame in defeat. The game's

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moment of controversy arrivdd in bizarre circumstance when Htll

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City's goal keeper, Alan McGregor fouled Mohamed Diame, just loments

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after the West Ham player appeared to control the ball with his hand.

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It was the referee's assist`nt who instructed that a penalty should be

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awarded and that was followdd with a red card to McGregor, who w`s hurt

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in the collision and is still in hospital. Mark Noble converted the

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penalty for the home team btt they failed to make the most of their

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numerical advantage and Citx equalised early in the second half

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when Tom Huddlestone's free`kick cannoned off Nikica Jelavic into the

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goal. Just six minutes later though, a James Chester own goal gifted West

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Ham victory, but it was the home side who were booed from thd pitch

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despite the result. With ten men we were totally magnificent, the way we

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played the game and still m`de it a spectacle. We played some good stuff

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tonight, we played better tonight than we did on Saturday and we came

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away with nothing tonight. Ht is a strange game at the moment, but we

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go into Stoke confident with that performance and hope we can play

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some good football. West Hal went above the Tigers in the Prelier

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League table leaving Hull in 13th place, eight points above the

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relegation places. A man from Hull who set up his own business telling

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stories of the city's dark history has not only caught the eye of local

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horror enthusiasts but also from Hollywood. He will be at an

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alongside stars about a moddrn`day psychiatrist who begins to feel as

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though he has been taken ovdr by the soul of Jack the Ripper. We have

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been taking a closer look at the story. This building was once the

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Customs house. In here, Robdrt Stevenson, a local man and ` Jack

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the Ripper suspect worked for many years during the 1860s. Mikd ends is

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living from his love of history he has a tour and lecture comp`ny which

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delves into some of the darker sides of Hull, including its links with

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Jack the Ripper. When you t`ke people through Hull, tell them about

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the stories, especially when it comes to Jack the Ripper, they

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affect did buy it. There ard 14 suspects linked to Hull. Mike says

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in the past he has used his expertise as a Ripper`ologist,

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someone who studies the Whitechapel murders to write books and `dvise

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documentary makers. But now he says Hollywood has come knocking on his

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door. I have been travelling all`round East Yorkshire dohng

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lectures. The Virtual Tours have yet to take off, but higher not really

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marketed them. But there have been contracts from Hollywood to help out

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and advise on several Hollywood movies. Mike says the company has

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helped him get noticed and his success has been highlighted why the

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government. He used a ?1000 in new enterprise allowance to set up his

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company, and according to the government, more than 40,000 people

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have stopped claiming benefhts to run their own companies since it was

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launched in 2011. Anybody c`n come with any idea for a business. Mike

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has come along, he is doing tours across Hull. He came to us with an

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idea. We have changed that hnto a business plan. For Mike, his buddy

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of the Ripper began as a hobby after he had to stop work with a heart

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condition `` heart condition. His love of the past might give him a

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bright future. That is a great story. Let's have a

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re`of the headlines: The big six energy companies are to be

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investigated to see it they are charging customers too much.

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Calls for an enquiry as a flagship school in hole closes after 18

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and windy with outbreaks of rain in and windy with outbreaks of rain in

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the morning. Most places drx in the afternoon. Around nine Celshus.

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Just be for your e`mails and messages, some good news.

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Congratulations to the Sund`y politics team who won the Rtby award

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for the best politics show hn the English regions. Well done to them.

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Talking about the Hull studho school. I am a student at the school

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working out of a textbook every lesson is not teaching or ldarning.

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Richard have been shut down earlier. I was promised so much, it hs the

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biggest regret me going to that school.

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Miami people, been there since it opened, going to miss it, the staff

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have helped to me. Tracy sahd, maybe at the school was marketed better,

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maybe more schools `` more pupils will have enrolled.

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It is a bit late to find out about it now.

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That is on the subject of the Hull studio school.

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We are talking about flights ending from Humberside airport to

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Copenhagen. They have only been running for six months. John says,

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if Humberside airport opened up flights to Paris for weekend breaks

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or Geneva for winter holidaxs, we would use it. But somehow no one

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seems to be asking us where we want to go. We don't all want to go to

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Amsterdam. John says, it was silly expdcting

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the route to Copenhagen to be a success. Opening its root in winter

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it would have been more success in the summer with people wanthng to go

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on holiday. Colin says I went to book flights for a long weekend away

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for my wife's birthday. I was shocked at the prices. It is

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no wonder the estimated passenger count was down. Lower your prices.

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That is it from me. Thanks for watching. Join me tomorrow on radio

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BBC Humberside at midday. Look after yourself, have a good

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evening.

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