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pollution levels will be that little bit lower. Thank you.

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I don't think ?10 per day whll stop these guys wanting to come over

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It's to close after just 18 months but there's a promise education at

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this Hull school won't be dhsrupted. Landmarks from the Cold War ` the

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campaign to save this uniqud radar station.

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From clingfilmed cars to chhldren's pranks ` we find out what you've

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fallen for this April Fool's Day. I swapped sugar for salt.

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From today it costs foreign lorries ?10 a day to use British ro`ds, but

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many hauliers said the government had not gone far enough. Already

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several fines have been handed out to drivers leaving Imminghal docks.

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However critics say more nedds to be done to help British haulagd

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companies compete against foreign firms. Your operator should have

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paid a road user levy. And forcing new regulators `` regulations. It

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was the day new charges camd in for overseas drivers using Brithsh

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roads. The levy is paid by British and overseas lorry drivers, costing

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?10 per day up to a maximum of 1000 per year. British drivers c`n claim

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that money back. It will be knocked off their road tax. I think it will

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level the playing fields for those coming into the country not

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contributing to the road maintenance, and I am pleasdd the

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government has managed to introduce this 12 months sooner than what was

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thought possible. Among those caught today were British drivers working

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for foreign companies. In this case, the Dutch firm had paid too little

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for the size of the lorry. We knew it was coming. It was only because I

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spoke to drivers from anothdr company that I knew it

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today, because there has bedn nothing advertised about whdn it

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would start. For foreign drhvers, anyway. They have now been forced to

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return to Holland with a ?300 fine. One hauliers says it does not go far

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enough, pointing out that m`ny drivers save hundreds of potnds by

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filling up with cheaper diesel on the continent. When you are looking

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at ?200 per week difference in diesel cost before you look at

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anything else, adapting ?10 per day is really going to stop these guys

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wanting to come over. A simhlar feeling at this Lincolnshird

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truckstop. We have to pay c`r tax, road tax, look how much it hs for

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our companies. I agree with it. You have to pay over there, you have to

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pay over here. The horse has gone, they are trying to shut the stable

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door. 20 years ago in this country, compared to now... Back in

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Immingham, other problems wdre being found. This is the first foreign

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lorry found not to have paid any of the new HGV levy. As part of the

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checks, they found it was completely unsafe for the road. The bald tyre,

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breaks that don't work and ` driver that has not had any rest for ten

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days. What do you think abott all this? Tonight, his lorry is

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impounded with fines of ?800. Strict enforcement will continue ndar the

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port. Paul Watters from the AA said he was in favour of the new charge

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for foreign lorry drivers. Ht is a good idea because it will ldvel the

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playing field. Our drivers pay on the continent with the use large

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vehicles so it makes sense to have an even playing field. How will the

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charge for foreign lorries lake it fairer for British hauliers if the

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amount is so low? Certainly it is a small amount but it is a stdpping

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stone. At least they feel at last there is a system in place that can

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be applied as necessary, so I think it helps. It is a stepping stone but

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we would not want to necess`rily impose that charge at a high level

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to start with. The hauliers say the charge does not go far enough and it

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should be higher. If a Brithsh hauliers to France, E pays ?100 per

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day. Macro yellow `` it is small fry in terms of revenue but it hs the

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principal at this stage. Thd principle the government is willing

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to adopt this system and it can consider it in the future when it

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looks at the tariffs it is charging. Is this the thin end of the wedge?

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Can you see more and more vdhicle levies in this country, not just for

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lorries but the cars as well? We are always fearful of new chargds coming

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in. We can directly charge road users, we are seeing new systems

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coming in. Highways agency has technology to impose charging at

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certain points in the network if it chooses so we have to be watchful of

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what is coming along in the future, bearing in mind there is a general

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election next year, we know the government is not going to hntroduce

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charges this time, but what happens next time there is an electhon?

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Should the lorry charges `` drivers be thankful and get on with it?

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Foreign lorry drivers should pay their fair share for the dalage they

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cause to the roads at the mdre mint, they are not paying fuel duty. They

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are damaging our roads, of course? Undoubtedly, a lorry causes a lot

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more wear and tear than a c`r. Thank you very much. Let us know what you

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think about this. Do you thhnk the new rules go far enough, at ?10 per

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day for a lorry in this country Do you think more needs to be done

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In a moment, signs of improvement ` but the ambulance service for

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Lincolnshire fails to meets its targets again.

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Parents and pupils at a Hull school which is to close less than two

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years after opening have met education officials this afternoon

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to discuss their future. Hull Studio School opened in September 2012 with

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the aim of teaching youngstdrs about the world of business. It whll shut

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in August after failing to `ttract enough pupils. Gemma Dawson reports.

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For some students, this opportunity is really exciting. It opendd less

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than two years ago promising a new type of education, focusing on

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business and enterprise. But now some students are having to find new

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places to study. Adam joined the school in September and is

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disappointed it is now closhng because of a lack of students. The

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reactions are mixed between the students. People are saying they saw

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it coming, they are not surprised, other people have been shot.

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Teachers have to find anothdr job. The overall reaction has bedn that

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this was going to happen. `` have been shocked. The Hull studho school

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is sponsored by Hull collegd but it is run by a charity. Studio schools

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were a new concept in education that started in 2010. They are a type of

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Academy for pupils aged between 14`19, combining practical skills in

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the workplace with traditional academic and vocational studies No

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one from the school has been available for interview, but earlier

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I spoke to councillor Rosie Nicola, who is trying to reassure p`rents.

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We have a statutory duty to make sure that children up to 18 have an

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educational place or are in training, so we will be makhng sure

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that children looking for places once the studio school closds at the

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end of this academic year whll be going to school in September in this

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city. So students here are now being offered support to help thel make a

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decision about where to go next to continue their education.

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Gemma Dawson is outside the school this evening. What have pardnts and

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pupils been told? This afternoon, parents and pupils met with the team

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at the Hull studio school to discuss what happens next. In a statement

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tonight, they say they will support every young person to achieve in

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this academic year and ensure the smooth transition to a new provider.

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Hull City Council's admissions team were at the meeting, offering

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students and vice about where they could go next. They think m`ny will

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choose to go to Hull collegd, but that is a decision for parents and

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pupils in the coming weeks. A man has died after his car

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collided with a lorry on thd A1 4 in East Yorkshire. It happened in

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Willerby this morning, closhng the road for several hours. Polhce have

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named the man who died as 31`year`old Simon Kirkman. Families

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living near an East Yorkshire church have been told they won't h`ve to

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pay for repairs to the building Under an agent law dating b`ck to

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Henry VIII, the villagers wdre responsible for playing `` paying

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for the upkeep, but now the right to claim the money has been revoked.

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From today, people across E`st Yorkshire and Lincolnshire `ffected

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by flooding after December's tidal surge will be able to apply for

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grants of up to ?5,000. The money is to be used to protect homes and

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businesses from future flooding Some parts of the country,

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particularly where we have the December flooding on the east coast,

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where people are back in thdir homes already, we are looking at ways that

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the local authorities can bd flexible to help them be rehmbursed

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for any costs they might have incurred to do this sort of work.

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The ambulance service which covers Lincolnshire has again faildd to

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meet its targets. The East Lidlands Ambulance Service was fined more

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than ?3 million last year bdcause not enough patients had been reached

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inside the recommended time. Our health correspondent Vicky Johnson

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is here. Is there any sign of improvement in the latest fhgures?

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Definitely signs of improvelent but the picture is still a little

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patchy, shall we say. The l`test figures show that they have reached

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their target of getting ambtlances to 95% of patients within 18 minutes

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for the trust as a whole. However, Lincolnshire narrowly missed that,

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at 94.5%. For the most serious life`threatening calls, thex are

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supposed to get to 75% of those within eight minutes. The trust

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failed as a whole, but curiously, considering its rule nature,

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Lincolnshire achieve that t`rget. Earlier today, the chief exdcutive

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of the trust spoke to radio Lincolnshire about their

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improvements. A significant improvement for us. Clearly, this is

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early days but it is very good to be looking at those figures now and we

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are starting to see improvelents. These targets are a basic

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requirement. Why have they failed to meet them? They would say it is the

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size of the region, the road network and the sheer increase in the volume

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of calls they are receiving. Remember, out of ten and lives

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trusts, they were one of only two to fail to meet the targets. They have

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been fined millions in the past but there have been improvements. They

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say that actually it is increasingly important that different arls of the

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health service work together to reduce the number of urgent calls.

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We spoke to Doctor Yvonne Owen, who is with the East Lincolnshire

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clinical commissioning group. In particular, the frail and the

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elderly people, people who have got long`term conditions, rather than

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waiting until they are really poorly and they need a 999 responsd to be

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whisked off to hospital, it's about trying to identify those people put

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in place the services to actually stop them getting to that stage in

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the first place. The really important thing now is not just to

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maintain but to build on thdse improvements. As we all know, one

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swallow doesn't make a spring, does it? Summer! What is your experience

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of the East Midlands Ambulance Service?

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Still ahead tonight ` they're the only examples of their kind in the

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country ` now there are calls to preserve these giant radar dishes.

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And did you hear about the course teaching students to take sdlfies?

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We look at what caught us ott on April Fools' Day.

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Daniel Firth took this at W`ltham near Grimsby. Some lovely clouds in

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the sky. Another picture tolorrow night. Good evening, how ard you?

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Fading stratocumulus. Like xour career! Ian says, hi, Paul, my

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sister has been in Canada shnce 1976. She saw Peter Reading the news

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and said, blimey, is that bloke still on TV? Love the macro I am not

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rising to your bait. The air pollution is more sdrious.

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South Lincolnshire, still vdry high levels of pollution. By the end of

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the week, the air will becole much cleaner because we will eventually

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get a south`westerly. Some of you expressed an interest in thd air

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pollution. A great start tolorrow `` a great start tomorrow. It'll turn

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brighter. Maybe a few spots of rain across western parts in the morning.

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What a beautiful afternoon ht turned out to be. Temperatures well above

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average, 15 Celsius in a good few places. It might have nudged a bit

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further to night. This evenhng will be fine. Overnight, low clotd

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extending into coastal areas of Yorkshire. Some fog and low cloud

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elsewhere. The hint of showdrs in the far West. Seven Celsius is 5

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Fahrenheit. The sun will rise at around 6.33. A slow start, ` lot of

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low cloud and missed. Some showers creeping up the western sidd. Across

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central and western parts of Lincolnshire, there should be some

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good sunny breaks coming through. A fair contrast in temperaturds. Chile

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along the coastal strip. Just eight Celsius in Bridlington. 16`08

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towards Grantham. Mentioning Victoria Dock does not get xou out

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of trouble! I heard Peter Ldavy on the role whether show `` thd weather

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show, the show is bad enough without putting him on it!

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Hull City forward Yannick S`gbo has been charged with improper conduct

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by the Football Association. It relates to a tweet he made hn

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support of French striker Nhcolas Anelka, who was banned after making

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an anti`semitic gesture durhng a game. Our sports reporter Shmon

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Clark has more. Nicolas Anelka caused a storm of controversy with

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this action when he scored for West Bromwich Albion against West Ham. It

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is called the Cornell gesture. In France where he and Yannick Sagbo

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grew up, it is deemed anti`Semitic. `` the quenelle gesture. Thd FA

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found him guilty and banned him for five matches. West Brom sacked him.

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At the time of the incident, it has emerged that Yannick Sagbo tweeted

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support with the alleged words, Nicolas Anelka is a legend, I love

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him. The FA have decided to charge Yannick Sagbo with improper conduct,

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not as serious as gross misconduct, but if found guilty, he could be

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sanctioned and receive a ban. He has until April the 8th to respond to

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the charge. And a reminder that you can listen

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to coverage of Grimsby Town's match later tonight. The Mariners travel

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to Wrexham in the Conferencd Premier. Full commentary is on BBC

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Radio Humberside on FM, AM `nd online. Kick`off is at 7:45pm.

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We've had big response on the subject of bird scarers, thd

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gas`powered cannons used to chase birds away from farmland.

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Campaigners want them banned. But farmers say they're vital in keeping

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hungry birds away from their crops. Thanks for all of your commdnts on

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this one. John sent this by text: There are calls to preserve four

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unique giant radar dishes btilt as part of the country's Cold War

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defence system. The metal dishes at RAF Stenigot

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near Donington on Bain are `bout 60 feet wide and the only remahning

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examples of their kind in the UK. But when the site was

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decommissioned, they were bought by a private owner and moved to a

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nearby field, where they've remained for 15 years. Sarah Walton reports.

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On this windswept hillside of the Lincolnshire Wolds, there's a rather

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unusual landmark. The Cold War radar dishes of RAF Stenigot. And in the

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nearby village, they're quite the local feature. They are part of the

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landscape. They have been there for a very long time. They are part and

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parcel of the village, really. But while there's a lot of pridd, few

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know exactly what they are. If something was made of them, if they

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were remounted, yes, you cotld see them doing something. As thdy are,

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laying in a field, nobody knows much about them. The dishes were built in

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1959 in the face of a growing threat from Russia. They were part of a

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vital NATO communications ndtwork, similar to this one in Berkshire.

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And it remained in use until the end of the Cold War. This is about as

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close as I can get to the dhshes. When they were decommissiondd in the

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1990s, they were bought by ` local businessmen who move them on to

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private property and they h`ve been there ever since. But we have filmed

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before them from a nearby mhlitary base. These days people travel from

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across the country to see what is the last remaining example of this

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kind of dish in the UK. And experts say they should have been preserved.

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It was unfortunate, like many things in this country, we have such a rich

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tapestry of heritage, looking after and trying to maintain everxthing is

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nearly impossible. It would be marvellous for a project to come

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forward to say that they wotld like to mount a couple of them b`ck up,

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just to remind us of how vital they were during the Cold War. Btt it's

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not that simple. English Heritage says their condition and thd fact

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that they've been moved would make it difficult for them to get any

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kind of protected status. The new owner says he admired the dhshes and

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bought them so they wouldn't be cut up for scrap. There are no hmmediate

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plans, but he hopes to use them as a film or photography location. A

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chance yet for these old radar dishes to get a new lease of life.

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A festival in Hull which promotes new music is to start charghng

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people. The Humber Street Sdsh attracted 40,000 visitors to last

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year's free event where arotnd 50 bands, musicians and entert`iners

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performed. Organisers say charging a ?3 entry fee will help make it

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sustainable. In 2030, we expected 15`20,000, and all of a sudden we

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got 41,000. `` in 2013. It'd help with the management, health and

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safety. We provided toilets, bars, waste management. And also to help

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with the catering. So were you caught out with an April

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Fool this morning? I thought the seven day fruit and veg was, but it

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is not. It's a tradition gohng back centuries and a chance for people to

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play practical jokes and ho`xes on friends and family. Tolu Addoye has

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been finding out what peopld across our area have been falling for.

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It's a day when you need to have your wits about you. Becausd if you

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don't, you may fall foul to a few pranks. Pupils at Francis Askew

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Primary in Hull have been playing tricks on their friends and family

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to mark April Fool's day. Mx family came in my bedroom and I had a

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bucket of water and I kept ht all over them. Is this the penchl? I

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said, what have you done to my pencil? He said, I am so sorry. I

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had swapped sugar for salt. In your dad 's tea? Pranksters have been at

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work across our area. The owner of this car in Hull was in for a

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surprise this morning. And hn Lincoln a photo emerged of repairs

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to the city's famous cathedral. So how did April Fools' Day st`rt? The

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origin isn't certain, but a popular theory is that when the Popd moved

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New Year's Day from April the 1st to January the 1st back in 1582, some

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people didn't know about it and they continued to celebrate New Xear s

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Day on April the 1st. Those people became the butt of jokes and pranks.

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Unsurprisingly, today's a btsy time for joke shops, with people buying

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lots to trick their nearest and dearest. Scratchcards where you can

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win up to ?5,000. They have been very popular. Traditional things,

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would`be cushions, joke biscuits, joke pencils, disappearing hnk. ``

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would`be cushions. Everyone likes to have a laugh. Laughing keeps you

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young. The media have also been in on the joke. The Grimsby Telegraph

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wrote of a new UFO course available in the town. And not to be outdone,

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Hull College launched a course in the art of taking selfies. But did

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anyone in the city believe ht was genuine? I think it's a bit stupid.

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I take selfies all the time, I don't need a degree. It's a bit of a joke.

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It's an April fool 's joke! So from the elaborate hoaxes to the simple

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practical jokes. It seems today many gullible folk in East Yorkshire and

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Lincolnshire have been well and truly had. Our stars of the show

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tonight, the pupils of Francis Askew primary school. They did a grand

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job. Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines. A hhghly critical report into the sell`off of

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Royal mail, which cost taxp`yers hundreds of millions of pounds. A

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new charge has come in the sell`off of Royal mail, which cost t`xpayers

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hundreds of millions of pounds. A new charge has come into foreign

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lorry drivers using British roads some say they don't go far dnough. A

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great start tomorrow, fog clearing slowly, the risk of a few showers.

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18 Celsius, 64 Fahrenheit. Talking about lorries, foreign lorrhes

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paying ?10 per day, Jonathan says, ?10 per day for the `` wherd and

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care to ruin our roads, what is the date again? Road April the 0st. An

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English lorry over in Francd would be ?100 per day. Kevin says, should

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be at least that. A couple here making a suggestion of a minimum of

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?70 per day to begin with. Join me if you can tomorrow lunchtile. Have

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a nice evening, look after

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