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

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for the government to do more to protect the supply of drugs for

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seriously ill patients. Drugs that are vital to people's

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well`being and in some cases keeps people alive, why is there `

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shortage? A Lincolnshire wildlife park steps

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in to save two tigers that were about to be destroyed.

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A hero's welcome ` hundreds line the streets to greet the star of the

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Winter Paralympics. And the big surprise that prompted

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this reaction from Hull's fundraising Bee Lady.

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I could cry. We don't want xou crying! We will have the we`ther

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later in the programme. The government is being askdd to

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step in and help a man from Lincolnshire who's been told a

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shortage means he won't get his usual heart medication. For ten

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years Colin Culpitt has takdn the same drug after having a he`rt

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attack but that drug, Valsartan is now in short supply. He's bden

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offered an alternative but hs worried about potential sidd

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effects. Many thousands of patients across the country are affected by

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similar shortages every year. Caroline Bilton reports. Colin

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Culpitt suffered a heart attack over ten years ago. Since then, he's

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taken a drug everyday called Valsartan. For him, it's wh`t keeps

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him alive but it's in short supply and this week, Colin has bedn told

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he'll have to take a drug stbstitute with no explanation as to why there

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is a shortage or indeed how long it will last and he's concerned it will

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come with new side effects. My concern is that drugs that `re vital

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to people's well`being and hn some cases keeps them alive, why is there

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a shortage? Is anybody doing anything about it? NHS Engl`nd, the

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secretary of health, do thex know about this and if they do, what are

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they doing about it? But Valsartan is one of many drugs that are

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currently in short supply in the UK. Pharamcies say stock shortages are

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becoming common place. According to the latest survey in which lore than

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100 pharmacists were questioned they're spending at least two

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working days a month chasing manufacturers and wholesalers to

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source out of stock medicinds. It's affecting 700,000 patients ` year.

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Manufacturers and wholesalers licensed to trade in the UK do have

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a legal duty to ensure patidnt needs are met. And government guidelines

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were published in 2011 setthng out standards for them to follow. But

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those dispensing medicines say these measures aren't working. It has been

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going on so long, it has become part of the job. This started about five

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years ago and it is now becoming ingrained with the way pharlacies

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and pharmacists run. The buck stops here. I am the guy that somdbody

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brings the prescription to `nd they want it now. If they can't get it

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now, they go out of the door and they go somewhere else. In `

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statement, the Department of Health denied there was a problem.

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Thousands of people rely on them. In fact, they are something we take for

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granted but it would seem there s no guarantee all patients will receive

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the drugs they want. Neal Patel is from the Royal

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Pharmaceutical Society, the body which represent pharmacists. He

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joins me from our studios in London. Why other companies not producing

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enough drugs for pharmacies in the UK? We don't deny that the system

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is, located at the bottom lhne is that pharmacists are really

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concerned now that even medhcine that are quite common like Valsartan

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are now becoming in short stpply. What we really need is an entire

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look at the supply chain. Wd need to make sure patients to get the

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medicines they need when thdy need them. Are some of these drugs

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companies selling abroad and as a consequence, we are suffering and

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missing out? the system is complex. We have issues with European exports

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and imports which can somethmes run out of balance. There was a

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consolidation in the market as well so there is less manufacturhng at

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less sites so if there is a problem with one manufacturer, that can have

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a big impact. Previously, there were ten or 15 manufacturers and now

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there are only one or two. Do we need to accept that we cannot take

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it but wanted that drugs whhch are prescribed for us are necessarily

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going to be there for us? Pharmacies are working really hard to lake sure

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patients to get their medichnes when they need them. Unfortunately, that

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is taking valuable time awax from pharmacists when they should be

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looking at patient care, rather than try to get hold of medicines. We

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want the system looked at in its totality and brought back to a state

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where we were a few years ago, when medicines were available whdn

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patients needed them. Is an alternative is prescribed, Like is

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if somebody more side`effects? When patients are stabilised on `

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medicine, we don't want to change it if it suits them and that is an

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important thing to consider. Also, if there is a problem with that

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medicine, there are alternatives available. Pharmacists can work

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collaboratively with GPs but it is far from ideal. We want to see the

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supply chain working effecthvely so pharmacists can get medicinds within

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24`hour Sunset is by the nedds of patients and get the right ledicine

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at the right dose at the right time. Have you ever been refused xour

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first choice medicine because it wasn't available? Do you thhnk

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people should have to make do with an alternative to their usu`l drugs

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if there aren't enough? Or should the government do more to protect

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the supply chain? In a moment: Accused of proloting

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the politics of hate, now a controversial Yorkshire Htmber

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Euro MP is to stand down. A pair of tigers that were hours

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away from being put down have been saved by a wildlife park in

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Lincolnshire. 18`year`old T`ngo and eight`year`old Julia are settling in

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to their new home at the Woodside Wildlife and Falconry Park near

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Lincoln. They arrived last night from a Belgium rescue centrd after

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the park agreed to pay a qu`rter of a million pounds to save thdm. Sarah

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Corker reports. After a 12 hour, 400 mile journey,

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Lincolnshire's newest residdnts were enjoying a well earned rest today.

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This is tango. He is the older one. And just next door is eight`year`old

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Julia. The pair were rescued from a circus troupe ` and were just hours

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away from being shot. It's taken the owner of this wildlife park near

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Lincoln ` six months of negotiations with three different countrhes to

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save them. If we would not have stepped in, they would have been

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euthanised quite quickly. They are frightened of brooms, sticks, if we

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bring those things in, they are quite frightened. We can only had a

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`` hazard a guess as to thehr true history. Tango was bred in the UK.

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The animal then worked in the circus in Germany with his partner Julia.

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And they were seized by the authorities in Belgium after being

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mistreated. It has cost the park a lot of money to bring them here

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This is their new purpose`btilt home. Staff have had special

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training on how to look aftdr them. They will be eating six kilos of me

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today. 50 beefburgers each per day. We don't want them to think that is

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it. Earlier this year, a Danish Sue provide `` provoked worldwide

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outrage when it killed giraffe. Then, last month, it killed a family

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of four lines to make way for a new animal. Here, plenty of work has

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gone in to make these new animals feel at home. To have him so close

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to home as good. In parts of Europe, the days of performing an old ``

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animals are finally over. Btt for Tango and Julia ` they can now enjoy

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their retirement. The road under an historic Roman

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Arch in Lincoln has reopened after repairs. Newport Arch was shut to

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traffic three weeks ago to `llow stonemasons to rebuild parts of it.

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It was built in the third cdntury and was damaged by recent cold

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winters. The ticket office at Lincoln railway

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station has reopened after ` quarter of a million pound face`lift. East

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Midlands Trains says it will make queueing easer, and help improve

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customer services. This is ` listed station and the teams that we have

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worked with from our surveys is dashed surveyors through to

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designers and contractors, we have had a lot of heritage work to

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consider. We have constructdd and designed a new ticket officd which

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gives a modern twist on the original features of the station.

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Thanks for the response aftdr the Chief Constable of Humberside Police

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defended her decision to cut 20 officers in the next four ydars

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Lots of e`mails and texts. Thank you very much for all the

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e`mails and texts. Communities around the Humbdr could

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face catastrophic flooding tnless extra money is spent on defdnces.

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That's the conclusion of a new flood strategy group which has just

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finished meeting for the first time tonight. It comes four months after

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a tidal surge caused extenshve damage to the East Coast. Otr

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correspondent Paul Murphy is in Hessle, Paul, their conclushons seem

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pretty clear, don't they? And who can forget the catastrophic events

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of last December? Certainly not the people here, some of whom are still

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clearing up. That conclusion from MPs was driving towards a strategy

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that will ask the government for further funding to protect the whole

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of the Humber from flooding. There is insufficient money at thd moment.

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We have to use the opportunhty, all the flooding this winter, to make

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the case for a new look at the budget around flood protecthon

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because not to do so will ptt us at risk. Who else was at the mdeting?

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The Environment Agency and local councils were involved as wdll. The

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Environment Agency have described the events of last year as ` game

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changer. They said there ard still tough decisions about which areas

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they protect and which areas they don't even if they do get extra

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funding. It is a hugely important, very unusual, very extreme dvent we

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have seen which will certainly change the nature of what wd do It

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will mean that we need to change our priority is a bit. It is dohng that

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sort of thing. It is changing the look of what we now need to do. This

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is a cross`party strategy group involving people from all around the

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Humber and I get their main objective is to change the lindset

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of government, to get them to realise that extra funding hs needed

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to protect this bowl rural `rea `` vulnerable area. Thank you for

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watching. Still ahead. Find out what prompted this reaction from whole's

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famous B ladies, Jean Bishop. I could cry. We don't want yot crying!

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Looking forward to seeing that in a moment. This is tonight's

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photograph. I saw you last night on the telly,

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looking scared of a snake. H thought you were a real man. It was just

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acting. I'm sure. I'm just saying you are a hero. This weekend,

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Saturday is the better day of the weekend. However, tomorrow, there

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will be a lot of cloud around so a cloudy day tomorrow but a dhfferent

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kind of cloudy day. We have had a southeasterly through this week and

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it has brought low cloud and missed and Merck. We saw some spells of

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sunshine through the course of this afternoon and it looks like a

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largely fine night. As we h`d through this evening and ovdrnight,

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staying dry. The cloud will be broken in a few spots and this will

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allow a few fog patches to develop. A few patches of mist and fog to

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wake up to tomorrow morning, a low of around seven or eight degrees.

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These are the times of high waters. Tomorrow morning, first thing we

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will have the brightest of the conditions. We will see mord cloud

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spreading in from the West through the course of the day. It could

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squeeze out some light rain and drizzle but I think, for thd vast

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majority of us, for most of the day, it will be dry or both cloudy.

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Temperatures have struggled this week. It will feel milder over the

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next few days. On Sunday, a band of rain will spread in, some hdavy

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spells of rain for a time, gradually turning more showery in nattre.

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Monday, more unsettled weather, rain and drizzle and a ridge of high

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pressure builds so settling down for Tuesday and Wednesday. And xou look

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so sweet. I should be used to working with feminist creattres ``

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venomous creatures. A controversial Euro MP who was

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elected as a member of the British National Party has announced he s

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stepping down. Five years ago, Andrew Brons became the first BNP

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politician to represent the Yorkshire and Humber region. He

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later left the party after falling out with its leader Nick Grhffin.

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Critics have accused Andrew Brons of promoting the politics of h`te.

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Here's our Political Editor Tim Iredale.

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For the past five years, people in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire have been

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represented in Europe by thhs man. He was one of two the MP Euro MPs

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elected in 2009, a result that rocked the political establhshment.

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who speaks for White, manual working`class parts of the

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population? The BNP were thd beneficiaries of those disillusioned

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voters. In the European elections five years ago, the BNP sectred the

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support of almost one in ten voters in Yorkshire and the Humber. But

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that support wasn't to last and the party soon became divided over an

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internal power struggle. Wrhtten must get out of the Common Larket

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and rebuild up relationship. Cube was a member of the National front

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and later joined the BNP. In 20 2, left the BNP following a dispute

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with its leader Nick Griffin. He followed her new group calldd the

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British Democratic party but has given few interviews about his

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record as an MEP. I said I would serve for five years, do my best

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during those five years and at the end of it, retire. you only need to

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see the people he surrounds himself with and his politics, the politics

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of hate and the politics of division. He claims to have given

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money to give `` to good catses but he declines to go into detahl about

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which groups have received loney. Any group that has received money

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from Aspel then be demonised. `` from this group will then bd

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demonised. The mainstream political parties are hoping to defeat the BNP

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at next month's European eldctions but that, as always, will bd a

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decision for the voters. And that will be one of the big

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talking points on this weekdnd's Sunday Politics from 11am on BBC

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One. Hundreds of people lined thd streets

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of Lincoln today to pay tribute to the winter paralympian Jade

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Etherington. Jade toured thd city in an open top bus after winning four

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medals in Sochi last month. She became the most successful British

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woman in the history of the games. Jessica Lane reports.

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An open top bus parade of Lhncoln lasting three hours can even take

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its toll on a Paralympic athlete. My hands hurt from waving. Although

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Lincolnshire's medal winner managed to keep going. This is the first

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time I have been on an open top bus so it is ridding nice to have it for

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me. It is really good to wax that all the schools and see everybody

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come out. It is not the best day of the best weather. We are all a bit

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windswept but it has been rdally fun so far. It was skiing like this

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which won Jade Etherington three silvers and one bronze medal in the

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Winter Games and the title of the most successful British wom`n in

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Winter Paralympic history. Ht was an incredible achievement. Just to say

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well done to her. It is fantastic. Because of Jade's visual impairment,

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she did all her skiing with her guide Caroline Powell. Everxone is

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saying that her guide is here in spirit and she is also here on the

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back of this bus and people in Lincoln will be able to see the

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special Jade and Caroline bts as it will be driving around the city on

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certain Brits for the next xear As a country, we are reticent `t

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celebrating success but she is a Lincolnshire girl, she had done

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well, we have to celebrate where we have success in this county. Jade

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qualifies as a teacher soon but says she still hasn't decided whdther to

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keep skiing competitively. For now, she's enjoying being back in

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Lincolnshire with friends and supporters.

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Hull City manager Steve Bruce says another season in the Premidr League

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should be secured with a winds against Swansea tomorrow. The Tigers

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lost their last two games ` at West Ham and Stoke. Bruce says a win

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would mean the team could then focus completely on next week's [email protected] Cup

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semi final at Wembley. If wd can win tomorrow, we are virtually there.

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Western had a great win at the week and got 237 points. `` West Ham It

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will be very difficult for the teams at the bottom to go and get 12 or 13

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points and this stage of thd season. You have to hit Chalpions

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League form to try and get ht. It doesn't really usually happdn very

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often, anywhere. Hull City's game against Sw`nsea

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will be live on BBC Radio Humberside. The match will be on FM

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and the build up begins frol 1. 0pm tomorrow. Scunthorpe United's trip

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to Torquay will be on AM. Grimsby Town's away game at Kiddermhnster

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Harriers is on Digital and Online. And BBC Radio Lincolnshire has

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commentary of Lincoln City `gainst Dartford with build up from 2pm

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In rugby league, Hull FC lost 3 `37 against Salford in the fourth round

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of the Challenge Cup last nhght In rugby league, Hull FC Thd club

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has also confirmed that it's pulled out of a deal to sign the B`th

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winger Tom Biggs. The rugby union club were reluctant to rele`se him

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early from his contract. Hull KR face a tough Challenge Cup

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tie when they host Warrington Wolves on Sunday. The game is one of five

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all`Super League ties in thd fourth round. Full`back Greg Eden hs in the

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squad for the Robins as he continues his recovery from a broken toe. Of

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course you would rather plax, that is for sure. It will have to be the

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Challenge Cup, I suppose. Wd just happened to draw Warrington and it

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is up to us to play the best we can. And BBC Radio Humberside will have

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commentary of Hull KR versus Warrington in the Challenge Cup on

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Sunday. That game kicks off at pm, with coverage from 1.30pm.

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A bronze bust of the Granth`m`born former Prime Minister Margaret

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Thatcher has gone on displax in the town's museum. Designed by the

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artist Lisa Hawker and calldd Margaret, it's on loan to the museum

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to commemorate a year since Baroness Thatcher died.

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She has raised money for ch`rity and has won a pride of Britain `ward.

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She was in for a big surprise as the newly refurbished cafe was dedicated

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to her. This is the surprisd. The big reveal of a well kept

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secret. The cafe at Hull's @ge UK Centre designed to honour Jdan

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Bishop, the queen bee of fundraising. Not a clue! Not

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anything! I thought they wotld show me how nice things were. Pl`ns were

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already afoot for the cafe to be dedicated to Jean when several feet

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of water flooded Hull City centre in December, forcing the centrd to

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close. After months of hard work, staff say Jean's reaction to the

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surprise was well worth all the effort. It was lovely watchhng her

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face. She has raised so much money for us. It is not just the loney, it

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is the fact that she is such a lovely person. There are bed clues

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everywhere you look ` from the menus to the staff uniforms and

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decorations. And this is a whole wall of fame. And of course, last

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year's ride of Britain award. Jean is well used to attention bx now.

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The event was hive of activhty full of her many friends and fans. I just

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checked she wasn't going to be the MP here but that would be the end of

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me so I am safe for now. Shd doesn't think she is an amazing person but

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everybody else does. She is a real inspiration to everybody, she is

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tremendous. She is fantastic, lovely, I think she deserves it as

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well. I can't take it in. Yds, it is lovely. Well done to Jean. She

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should be on every night, a great tonic!

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Let's get a recap of the national and regional headlines. A m`in

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railway line through Devon reopens to passengers after part of the

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track was destroyed by wintdr storms.

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Calls for the government to do more to protect the supply of drtgs for

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seriously ill patients. Tomorrow's weather: A bright start

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but becoming largely cloudy. Mostly dry but there could be the odd spot

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of rain. A light to moderatd breeze. Highs of 14 degrees Celsius, 57

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degrees Fahrenheit. And that film in the discussion about the

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availability on drugs. Janet says, the trouble is patients do not know

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which side effects they will get from new medication, especi`lly when

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they have been one tab for ` time. Another person says these drugs are

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cheaper. The GPs tell you they can no longer get them they are no

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longer allowed to prescribe them and instead, they give you cheaper

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versions. Someone else says, every month, I don't get a certain month

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for my daughter. The essenthal drug is always out of stock. It hs a

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constant worry. And Tracey says my son takes medicine daily for severe

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allergies. We can only obtahn from one chemist in Hull. And finally,

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Alan in asking ten says doctors prescribe drugs that you nedd, not

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drugs that you want. Thank xou very much for all of those. Have a really

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good weekend, a peaceful wedkend, look after yourself, and I will see

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you on Monday night at 8:30pm.

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