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Commons has been cleared of rape and other sex charges. Goodbye.

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

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concerns at Hull prison as it's announced two wings will reopen The

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55`mile stretch of coastal path being labelled a waste of time and

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being labelled a waste of thme and money. How does that affect the

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offenders that come into our care? We need to make sure we can deliver

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what we are expected to delhver what we are expected to deliver.

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Also tonight: The 55 mile stretch of coastal path been labelled the time

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of waste and money. The path could bring more visitors to placds like

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bring more visitors to places like Flamborough, but does coast`l

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erosion mean it is not viable? Still recovering from December's floods `

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now a Lincolnshire landmark is targeted by thieves. Found abandoned

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in a ditch ` the week`old foal being nursed back to health. Another nice

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day tomorrow. Will the fine weather last? Join me for that detailed

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last? Join me for that detahled forecast. The Prison Officers'

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Association says plans to reopen two Association says plans to rdopen two

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prison wings in Hull will put Association says plans to reopen two

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prison wings in Hull will ptt staff prison wings in Hull will put staff

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and prisoners at risk. The wings were mothballed last year, but are

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to be reopened to help deal with the rise in the prison population

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nationally. The Ministry of Justice says numbers are higher than

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expected with just over 85,000 people currently in jail. C`roline

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Bilton reports. Hull's Victorian prison. Inmates

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Hull's Victorian prison. Inlates have been housed here in wings C and

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D since the 1870s, but last year, the Ministry of Justice declared

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these cells to be old and expensive. They were closed, with the loss of

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282 beds and 70 jobs. Today, it's been announced they re

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to open again. The two wings will open in July, but

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no extra staff will be recruited. Unions fear staff and prisoners will

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be put at risk. We are tight on the ground with prison officers. We will

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still deliver, but at what expense? still deliver, but at what expense?

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There comes a point where wd still deliver, but at what dxpense?

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There comes a point where we need to There comes a point where wd need to

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say, hang on, it is not safe There comes a point where we need to

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say, hang on, it is not safd to say, hang on, it is not safe to

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carry on doing what we are doing and look at what the best way for the

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future is. I think it is concerning that the government has chosen to

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reopen wings which it deemed not fit for purpose. Hull is a very large,

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Victorian jail and the last inspection found that the conditions

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were very poor on some wings, in terms of the state of the btilding.

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terms of the state of the building. But for a prison system that is full

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to capacity, these cells ard But for a prison system that is full

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to capacity, these cells ard seen as crucial free space. Nobody from the

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prison was available for comment prison was available for comment

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today. The Ministry of Justhce say today. The Ministry of Justice say

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that the mothballing has me`nt today. The Ministry of Justhce say

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that the mothballing has meant they that the mothballing has meant they

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have retained flexibility to be able to turn on and off the

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accommodation, should there be a rise in prison population. They say

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the opening of these wings hs a the opening of these wings hs a

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sensible response to a rising prison population, and it has been done at

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a In a few months' time, more prisoners will be coming through

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these gates, but there's no guarantee this will be a permanent

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fix to the much bigger problem of a growing prison population.

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Earlier, I spoke to Steve Gillan, who's the General Secretary of the

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Prison Officers' Association. He told me it is good news that the two

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wings are opening again. Of course we're delighted, but

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there's a bit of a sting in the tail because the staff have now gone, and

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we've got to rely on detached duty staff coming in from other

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prisons... Yeah, but that means more overtime for your officers `nd your

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members, so you should be ddlighted at that as well. Well, of course I'm

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delighted as I reiterate that those wings are opening, but it still puts

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my members under pressure at Hull, because there's less of them to cope

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because there's less of thel to cope with the job in hand. This is a

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with the job in hand. This hs a major success for this trade union,

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because we've been arguing for some time that those wings were closed

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unnecessarily. It's not actually a success for you, is it? The MOJ have

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been clear they want to makd success for you, is it? The MOJ have

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been clear they want to makd savings in a good, sensible way, and if that

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means closing wings for a fdw months means closing wings for a few months

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or a year or whatever, that's just good housekeeping. That's their

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doing ` it's nothing to do with you. I think you're wrong on that. I

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think if that's the portray`l I think you're wrong on that. I

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think if that's the portray`l the MOJ have given, it's wrong as

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think if that's the portrayal the MOJ have given, it's wrong `s well,

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MOJ have given, it's wrong as well, because there's no savings hn it for

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them. They justified the closure of the Hull wings by effectively saying

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they were too expensive to refurbish, and now they're saying

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it's minimal cost, so I'll let the viewers make up their own mhnds

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it's minimal cost, so I'll let the viewers make up their own minds. We

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viewers make up their own mhnds We still believe they should never have

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been closed, and of course we're delighted they've reopened. But it

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still gives us staffing isstes. Just briefly, a local POA person said

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there could be an increase hn attacks on officers. That's

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scaremongering, isn't it? No, I don't think it is. I think the local

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branch officials are absolutely correct in their analysis. In actual

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fact, there's been a vast increase in serious assaults on our lembers,

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up and down the country. Mr Gillan, good to talk to you tonight. Thank

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you very much indeed. In a moment: The surprising results when

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technology to help this ladx The surprising results when

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technology to help this lady hear is technology to help this ladx hear is

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switch on for the first time. It was supposed to provide `ccess to

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some of the most beautiful places in our area but tonight Government

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plans for a 55`mile coastal path are being labelled as a waste of time

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and money. The Country Landowners association says the proposdd

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and money. The Country Landowners association says the proposed route

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association says the proposdd route between Spurn and Filey on the

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Yorkshire coast will cause disruption to farms and uses

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unsuitable land. Natural England, which has developed the plans, says

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it could breathe new life into the rural economy. Paul Murphy hs

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rural economy. Paul Murphy is in Flamborough tonight. Where did the

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idea for this controversial path come from?

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It was a little known tweak to the law about six years ago, whhch

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It was a little known tweak to the law about six years ago, which gave

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the government the right to run this path all the way around the bridge

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coastline across public and private land. It is East Yorkshire's ten

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now, but not everyone is happy. It is one of Britain's most

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beautiful coastlines, and the government plans is to give East

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Yorkshire its own designated pathway. Those who helps chart the

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pathway. Those who helps ch`rt the route believe it will have a

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positive effect. There is a tremendous potential for economic

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benefit. Bread and breakfasts, cafes, transport, things like that.

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The plan is for a 55 mile coastal route from conceit to Filey. It is

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due to open by 2016, and will join with a national network of coastal

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path around England. All part of a plan to open up the countryside to

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more people. If it works, it is claimed coastal businesses should

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benefit. But is it that simple? Deraa caravan sites, clifftop

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chalets, which are proudly protected by their owners and might not want

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people walking close by `` there are caravan site. On the whole, it

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should do this part of the wells tremendous benefit. But somd have a

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tremendous benefit. But some have a fundamental problem with thd

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tremendous benefit. But somd have a fundamental problem with the idea.

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fundamental problem with thd idea. The proposals are they are going to

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force access along the length of the coast weather has been no access, so

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private land, with no conversation. There are other issues too. Every

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year, this battered coast loses more and more land to the sea. This is

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where the footpath ran less than a year ago. When English nature

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formalised the coastal path, it will need to revise and redraw its plans

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at regular intervals. To this coastal landowners, 18 partners It

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coastal landowners, 18 partners. It is a waste of money. `` it seems

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pointless. Natural England, the architects of this plan, released it

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is realistic. The amount of expenditure on this project is quite

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tiny in terms of public fin`nces. We believe that we can get that amount

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of money into the local economy The of money into the local economy. The

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path could bring invaluable visitors to the local economy, but there will

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be those who continue to believe that the government has embarked on

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an expensive reinvention of the wheel.

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Five years into the scheme, it is worth noting that in one section of

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coastal path as open, down hn Devon, about 20 miles of it. Another

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section opens in the North Dast of section opens in the North East of

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the country, the section between Spurn and Filey. That will not open

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until 2016. Back to you. Thank Spurn and Filey. That will not open

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until 2016. Back to you. Th`nk you. You might also have a view on this

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story. Do you think the coastal path is a good idea? You've heard about

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the fears of erosion in Paul's piece, do you think it would be a

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boost Lincolnshire police is only one of

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three to have a comprehensive plan for tackling cyber crime. A report

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found that less than 2% staff have been trained in how to investigate

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digital and Internet`based crimes. The rector of St Botolph's Church,

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better known as the Boston Stump, says she's saddened after thieves

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caused thousands of pounds of damage. A stained glass window was

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smashed and money from colldction boxes was stolen during a break in

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last night. Work is still underway to repair damage to the building

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caused by December's tidal surge. Crispin Rolfe has this report.

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A cheap theft with expensive A cheap theft with expensive

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consequences. Pounds and pence stolen from two donation boxes

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overnight, but by a thief breaking valuable stainglass windows to reach

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inside Boston's Stump. It is really saddening that people will go to

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such an extent for such a small such an extent for such a small

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amount. I truly believe thex probably did not realise the amount

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probably did not realise thd amount of damage that they will have done.

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It costs more than ?800 each day to maintain this, so disappointing to

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see people breaking and steal from see people breaking and ste`l from

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these donation boxes. The destruction he has only really cost

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tens of pounds to this box `nd tens of pounds to this box and

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another, but the damage has been done by thieves breaking

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stained`glass windows, which are worth thousands of pounds. Ht's yet

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worth thousands of pounds. It's yet more damage and more expensd for

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worth thousands of pounds. Ht's yet more damage and more expense for a

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more damage and more expensd for a church already deep in repairs after

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church already deep in repahrs after its worst ever flooding last

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December. Is it a difficult year for the church, because of the flooding

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and then this? Yes. Most people remember the flooding of 53. This

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time, the flood level was there. remember the flooding of 53. This

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time, the flood level was there It time, the flood level was there It

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has caused allsorts of problems with the heating system. It causds lots

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of damage. It has occurred at some of damage. It has occurred at some

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point overnight. It is a Populous earlier `` area. We would appeal to

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people who may have been around and seen anything suspicious. Repairs

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are likely to continue all xear seen anything suspicious. Rdpairs

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are likely to continue all xear But the parish hopes that criminals

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won't be adding to the existing woes of Boston's most iconic building.

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They were telling me when I was there how much it costs to heat the

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church. We will let you know what happens.

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Still ahead tonight: Keeping their eyes on the prize ` so why did Steve

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Bruce ask for the FA Cup to be taken away?

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Being nursed back to health ` the week`old foal found abandondd in

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Being nursed back to health ` the week`old foal found abandoned in a

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ditch. Mark Porteous sent in this photo of

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Victoria Pier in Hull. Another picture tomorrow. Cute. I wasn't

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talking about you. You thought it was going to be Keely

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Donovan, didn't you? I do not know what you are talking

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about. I talked to the head of comedy today, and there is ` new

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comedy today, and there is a new series starting about a reghonal

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series starting about a regional weather man who gets the sack. I

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think it would be a hit in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.

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I don't think anybody would believe that.

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It is true. Could there be an ageing news

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presenter in it? It is another dry day tomorrow with some sunshine. We

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managed 15 Celsius this aftdrnoon. managed 15 Celsius this aftdrnoon.

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The ridge of high pressure is still The ridge of high pressure is still

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with is tomorrow. Much of the weekend looks dry. There might be a

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few spots of rain later on Saturday. We are looking for mostly dry

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weather over the next few d`ys. We are looking for mostly dry

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weather over the next few days. It is convective cloud, developing as

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temperatures rise through the day. There is a weak, cold front in here

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somewhere and it will push cloud and just a little patchy rain in from

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the North West. Lowest tempdratures the North West. Lowest temperatures

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across East Yorkshire, five or six Celsius. A lovely start to the day.

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Clear blue skies in Hull and sunshine in Lincoln to. We will see

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some cloud developed through the afternoon. It remains bright and dry

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with further spells of sunshine. Highs temperatures at around 12

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Celsius, 54 Fahrenheit. Another lovely day tomorrow. The wedkend

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Celsius, 54 Fahrenheit. Another lovely day tomorrow. The weekend is

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lovely day tomorrow. The wedkend is dry and right on Saturday. The risk

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of a fuel light showers later in the of a fuel light showers latdr in the

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day. Sunday and Monday looks dry with sunny spells. Temperattres

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around 12. Make a note in your diary, @pril 29,

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Make a note in your diary, April 29, regional weatherman get sacked.

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It is just never going to happen, is It is just never going to h`ppen, is

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it, Peter? I cannot believe you said that.

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A profoundly deaf woman frol North Lincolnshire who had a cochlear

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implant fitted to improve her hearing has had it tuned on for the

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first time. We followed Heather Connolly last month as she tnderwent

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Connolly last month as she underwent her surgery. All adults and children

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who fulfil the criteria for cochlear implants are entitled to receive

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treatment under the NHS. For children aged up to three years,

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children aged up to three ydars figures between 2006 and 2011 show

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74% received them; up to thd age figures between 2006 and 2001 show

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74% received them; up to the age of 74% received them; up to the age of

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17 that figure rises to 94%, but for adults it's a different story, with

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just 5% of those eligible for an implant receiving one. Simon Spark

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has been following Heather's story. It is to Munsters we followdd

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It is to Munsters we followed heather at the start of her journey

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to improve her hearing. We filmed her having ocular implant strgery.

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her having ocular implant surgery. The device by part these part of her

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ear that does not work and sends signals directly to her bre`th. The

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next step would be to switch it on. Now fully recovered from her

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operation, Heather is back at the operation, Heather is back at the

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hospital in Nottingham. I whll operation, Heather is back `t the

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hospital in Nottingham. I will just hospital in Nottingham. I whll just

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pop the processor behind your hospital in Nottingham. I will just

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pop the processor behind yotr ear. pop the processor behind yotr ear.

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The next big step is switching on. The next big step is switching on.

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At first, the implant is programmed to a level that is comfortable for

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Heather to listen with. Once that is Heather to listen with. Oncd that is

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set, hen you experience can begin. I am going to switch it on. Switch it

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on. Anything coming through there? Can you hear anything? It is a

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hesitant start because this is the first time Heather's strengths has

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processed high`frequency sotnd. processed high`frequency sound.

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Something unusual happens. Ht processed high`frequency sotnd.

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Something unusual happens. Ht sounds OK. I can feel it. It is close to

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the rear, on that side, but it has decided that maybe it is a tingling

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sensation. These other cont`cts in sensation. These other contacts in

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your inner ear, and they ard sensation. These other cont`cts in

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your inner ear, and they are curling round perfectly. The brain does make

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sense of this over time. How exactly it happens we are really finding

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out. That is the research we it happens we are really finding

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out. That is the research we are doing and interested in, how the

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brain can descramble this information. I am just basically

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them in. That research started with Heather before the operation. Got

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the first study of its kind, it uses infrared light tubes look at oxygen

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levels. Heather's brain will be expected to change as she ldarns

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expected to change as she learns again how to change as she learns

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again how`to here. For now, she is only just beginning that jotrney.

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again how`to here. For now, she is only just beginning that journey. I

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was expecting a lot more nohse. Some was expecting a lot more nohse. Some

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people have said they found it too noisy. I have not found that yet. I

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feel the vibration go through my ear every time there is a nice. Time

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will tell. It has taken fivd every time there is a nice. Time

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will tell. It has taken five months to get to this stage. Now, the hard

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work begins. Extraordinary. We wish her well

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Thanks to everyone who got in touch about police asking shops in Hull to

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stop selling super strength lager and cider.

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A legal expert who deals in sports law has told Look North he thinks

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it's unlikely the owner of Hull City will win his fight to renamd the

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will win his fight to rename the club. Yesterday the Football

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Association rejected an application by Assem Allam to change thd name of

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the club to Hull Tigers. Mr Allam says he's fight the decision but

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Peter Charlish from Sheffield Hallam University says he's unlikely to

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succeed. As long as they have gone through the proper process `nd this

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year, you cannot see there being a different outcome next year, unless

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the owners can present new evidence that convinces the football

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Association to change their mind and give a different outcome.

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Away from the arguments over the name change, Hull City's manager

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says the team's focus is firmly on the pitch. They head to Wembley this

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weekend for the FA Cup semifinal. The Tiger's are facing a te`m two

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The Tiger's are facing a team two leagues below them, but expdrts are

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leagues below them, but experts are warning it won't be an easy match.

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Sarah Walton has more. Football can be a game of luck, and

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Football can be a game of ltck, and before the pre`match press

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conference Steve Bruce asked for the FA Cup to be removed, just in case.

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Superstition and nonsense comes into it.

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I didn't want to see it until the I didn't want to see it until the

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final. We have got to get there first.

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Despite controversy over a possible name change for the club, Bruce said

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the focus will be very much on the game. I hope it gives us an end of

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season boost ` players are ready and excited. We have had to stop them

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from challenging each other. It will intensify. They realise a big

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intensify. They realise a bhg occasion is coming up.

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Hull City won their place in the semifinal after beating Sunderland

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3`0 at the KC Stadium last lonth. It was 1930 the last time and only the

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Tigers made it into an FA Cup semifinal, thanks to this whn over

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Newcastle. They went on to be beaten by Arsenal, but this time they're

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facing League One Sheffield United and the omens are good. Hull City

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fans may be relieved to know that no third division team has ever reached

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the FA Cup final, and history is very much on their side.

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The team go into this match off a very strong season which has almost

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guaranteed they'll stay in the Premier League. But they're taking

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on a club that has already seen off other top flight opposition in the

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cup campaign. So what do the pundits cup campaign. So what do the pundits

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think? I could see Sheffield United taking the lead. I am sure they will

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be favourites, but Sheffield have had a fantastic season. You can't go

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into the game thinking, we `re favourites. It is not like that.

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favourites. It is not like that So maybe Hull City will need a

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little bit of that luck when they travel to Wembley this weekdnd.

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travel to Wembley this weekend. We heard from Dean Windass `nd Guy

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We heard from Dean Windass and Guy Mowbray in Sarah's report. Xou can

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see more of them on Hull City's chances at Wembley on our F`cbook

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page. Just go to Facebook and search for BBC Look North.

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In tonight's football Grimsby Town play at Dartford in the Conference

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Premier. Commentary will be on BBC Radio Humberside's AM Frequdncy

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Premier. Commentary will be on BBC Radio Humberside's AM Frequency, on

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Radio Humberside's AM Frequdncy on digital and online. Kick off is in

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around an hour. And in the Super League Hull FC host Huddersfield

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Giants. That game is on FM `nd Giants. That game is on FM and

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online. Kick off is at eight. Hull Stingrays are expected to confirm

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the departure of coach Sylvain the departure of coach Sylv`in

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Cloutier within the next 24 hours. The Canadian has been in ch`rge

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Cloutier within the next 24 hours. The Canadian has been in charge for

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five years. This season the Stingrays finished eighth in the

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Elite League, losing in the first round of the play`offs.

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A two`week`old foal is recovering at stables near Lincoln ` after being

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discovered in a ditch in Mablethorpe. Moses is now bding

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Mablethorpe. Moses is now being cared for by the team at Br`nsby

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Horses near Lincoln. They say he wouldn't have survived much longer `

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if he hadn't been found. Gelma Dawson has been to meet him. It is

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playtime for Moses, and at just two weeks old, he is still learning He

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weeks old, he is still learning. He his bubbly. He is a typical baby.

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Just a week ago, this tiny foal was rescued after being discovered in a

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ditch in Mablethorpe. Cold, wet and weak, Moses needed warming up

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ditch in Mablethorpe. Cold, wet and weak, Moses needed warming tp before

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he was brought to live here, near Lincoln. Moses is being cared for

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Lincoln. Moses is being cardd for here, at the animal reception

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centre, where he is being kdpt in centre, where he is being kept in

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quarantine and fed every two hours to build up his strength. Whthout a

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to build up his strength. Without a mum, the team using this book it a

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substitute. He is getting stronger every day. We are monitoring his

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milk intake carefully. He hhs having between eight and 14 pints within 24

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hours. Averaging about ten ` day. Staff say another night in the cold

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and Moses may not have survived. and Moses may not have survived.

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They told me they are seeing a growing number of abandoned horses.

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They are such a low value animal compared to five or ten years ago.

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Charities are struggling to keep up with the demand for spaces now.

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Moses is lucky. It will rem`in here until he's big enough to join

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Moses is lucky. It will remain here until he's big enough to john the

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bigger horses at the centre. Lovely story. We wish Moses on the

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best. If you have a story you think we should know about, senders and

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e`mail. Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines Nigel Evans, the former Deputy Speaker of the

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Commons, is found not guilty of the former Deputy Speaker of the

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Commons, is found not guiltx of rape Commons, is found not guilty of rape

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and eight other sex abuse charges. There are safety concerns at Hull

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Prison as it's announced two wings will reopen.

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We were talking about those two wins at Hull prison reopening. Charlie

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says, typical, Axel is madndss, says, typical, Axel is madndss,

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engendering staff and inmates. Matt engendering staff and inmates. Matt

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says, what a surprise, " and get rid of members of staff then reopen and

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run them with new members of staff on a lower banding, therefore

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cheaper as one as less experienced. The Ministry of Justice planned this

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to save money with little thought of staff and prisoners safety. I am not

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sure if Matt is a member of prison staff or not.

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We also were talking about the coastal footpath. Spend says, the

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authorities want to increase coastal footpath. Spend says, the

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authorities want to increasd rural authorities want to increasd rural

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interest and trade, and all they do is come up with a footpath, fancy it

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working. Tony says, it is funny is come up with a footpath, fancy it

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working. Tony says, it is ftnny how working. Tony says, it is funny how

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costly country is meant to be yet there is me to build a patent for a

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few of the knobbly knee brigade to walk every now and then. Thank you

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for those and thank you for watching.

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