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calls for UN peacekeepers to be sent in. That's all from the BBC News at

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Six. ?45 Good evening and welcomd to BBC

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Look North. The headlines tonight: A

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nine`year`old boy is critic`lly injured after falling from ` coach

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on the way back from a rugbx tournament.

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The parents and the coaches that were there... They were dev`stated

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when they came back last night. Also on the programme tonight: Joy

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for the Tigers as they win following one of the best games in Welbley

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history. Celebration for Hull City f`ns as

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thousands prepare for a rettrn trip to Wembley for the final.

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Absolutely delighted... I c`n't wait for the final. We'll be back in a

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few weeks' time, and hopefully beat Arsenal.

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It has been absolutely wonddrful to be sharing it, and to share in the

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atmosphere. Absolutely fant`stic. A nine`year`boy from Stamford in

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Lincolnshire is still in a critical condition in hospital tonight after

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falling from a moving coach. The boy had been playing in a rugby

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tournament in North Norfolk and was on his way home when the accident

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happened yesterday afternoon. An investigation is underway into

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exactly what happened but it's believed he fell through a door on

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the coach. Simon Spark reports. This was the double`decker coach

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that a nine`year`old boy fell from while it was moving. The co`ch was

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taking children back to Stalford after they had played in a rugby

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turn it in North Norfolk. It happened on the A47 near King 's

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Lynn. It is said the boy fell from a main door located near the rear of

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the vehicle, suffering injuries to his legs and his head. He is in a

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critical condition. Very tr`umatic for all those on board. Everyone

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involved would have been shocked. The officers intending dash`mac

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attending would have felt the same. This is where they were travelling

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back to. There were 20 children and ten adults. No one else was adults.

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Today, the chairman of the rugby club told us they were all deeply

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shocked dash`mac happened.

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The parents and the coaches that were there... They were dev`stated

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when they came back last night. When we send teams out to play in matches

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or tournaments like this, wd expect them to have a good time and come

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home safely. On this occasion, but did not happen. The boy has been

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moved to a specialist unit. His parents are being supported by

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specially trained officers. The coach is still being Simon hs live

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in Stamford for us tonight, Simon what can you tell us about the young

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boy's condition now? Examined by police. His condition

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remains critical. His hospital is renowned. It is one of the only in

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the country which has a major trauma centre. The feeling here is one of

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shock and disbelief as to how this could have happened. The cltb says

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the will have to see what fdels appropriate before deciding what to

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do next. Meanwhile, the polhce will continue to examine the coach. It is

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in a secure compound. The focus will be that door. The information they

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have released today has foctsed on the fact that, just before the

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incident, there were a numbdr of people queueing for the toilet.

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Then, somehow that door has opened. And the boy has fallen from it. We

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will let you know what happdns with that story.

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In a moment: A village wherd two schoolgirls were seriously hnjured

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gets a pedestrian crossing following a local campaign.

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Hull City will get 25,000 thckets when they take up their place in the

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club's first ever FA Cup final. After a hundred and ten years of

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history the Tigers are finally looking forward to playing hn one of

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the most famous football matches in the world. The team will take on

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Arsenal at Wembley next month after coming from behind twice to beat

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Sheffield United. Sarah Corker reports on how history was lade

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Jubilant fans singing and d`ncing along a sunny Wembley way.

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Hull the favourites against lower league opposition. And that pressure

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showed. A high`tempo Sheffidld going one up. Hull eventually wokd up

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levelling with Yannick Sagbo's strike. But the Blades were soon

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back in front 2`1. A rousing half`time team talk cued a Tigers

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fight back. Substitute Mattx Fryatt quickly making it 2`2. Then some

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fancy footwork from Tom Huddlestone made it 3`2. And Steve Brucd

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celebrating with some of his own moves.

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Then a fourth with Stephen Puinn scoring against his own club. But

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the Blades weren't finished, pulling one back late on 4`3.

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David Meyler kept his cool, sealing a memorable win. We deserved it We

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have had some good results. This could turn out to be a tremdndous

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year, if we finish it strongly. It was a very interesting one. It was

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an exciting game. He fans, both sets, word great today.

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Fans now daring to dream of cup glory and European football.

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Tickets for next month's final will cost between ?45` ?115. It'll be a

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5pm kick off. The victors pocketing ?1.8m, the

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losers ?900,000. Hull City fans have been tr`velling

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home after witnessing the dramatic turnaround at Wembley. Hundreds of

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people boarded early morning coaches around the city for the journey to

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the Capital. Earlier I spoke to Dean Windass who

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scored the winning goal for Hull City in 2008 play off`final.

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Tonight was a great atmosphdre, a great spectacle for the supporters

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and Sheffield United had a right good go. They went 1`0 up in front,

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which we didn't expect. We got the equalising goal, Steve changed the

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system and we went 2`1 down but we got the equalising goal and in the

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second half, Steve made the two substitutions which changed the

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game. Was it just nervous? H thought the nerves got to the Sheffheld

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United players more than thd Hull City players, being the Prelier

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League team but Sheffield United came out with all guns blazhng on

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the front foot. Steve recognised that we were getting overrun, and

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changed the system, which b`sically worked. The two substitutions, with

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Fryatt coming on and Aluko totally change the game. Tom Huddlestone was

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probably the best player on the park, and what a fantastic goal he

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scored. I never thought we would ever go back to Wembley, never mind

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go to an FA Cup final. It is fantastic for the city and great for

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the supporters. As you say, we are the underdogs against Arsen`l. We

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have got a league game against Arsenal coming up, so we will see

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where we can go. What is yotr advice for the team? I think you go there,

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you do your best, everybody expects Arsenal to win but we've got a great

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chance. Hull City fans have been tr`velling

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home after witnessing the dramatic turnaround at Wembley. Hundreds of

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people boarded early morning coaches around the city for the journey to

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the Capital. Phillip Norton was at the famous stadium on a day fans

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will long remember. Hours before kick`off, and `lready

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the black and amber army were in fine voice.

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Popular Tribfest director Eddie Faulkner got the party started with

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hull`themed classics in the shadow of the Wembley arch. Outsidd, the

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sun was shining and tiger f`ces were smiling. I came away from the United

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States. Excited. Looking forward to the game. I am just so excited. I am

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happy. I have been a Hull Chty fun all my life. You have to be there.

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On Wembley Way, fans of all ages and all corners of the globe made their

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way into the home of football, hoping to be part of historx Among

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them, Sherard Pearson. He was there the last time Hull City

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reached the semi`finals in 0930 At 92`years`old, his ticket was a gift

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from manager Steve Bruce. I took a call and we won. Dash`mac I took a

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goal and we won. And then there was 60`year`old

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Barrie Kitching, who'd just completed the London Marathon 2 ,000

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City fans endured a host of emotions during the 90 minutes beford the

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final whistle blew and a pl`ce in one of the world's most famous

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sporting events was confirmdd. There is a bit of pressure there,

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because you want to try and get back for the game. Normally, you just

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take what you get. As it is, it looks like I will see the khck`off.

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New line 27,000 City fans endured a host of emotions during the 90

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minutes before the final whhstle blew and a place in one of the

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world's most famous sporting events was confirmed.

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Today, the events of the past 2 hours are still sinking in for fans

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who've made their way back north. Brilliant, absolutely fantastic

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Brilliant, it has been a brhlliant day. Very good. With fans home, it

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is time to start planning the return. Memories made for a

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lifetime, and no doubt plenty more in just a few weeks' time. Thank you

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for all your pictures. We whll have more of them when we finish.

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The National Farmers Union says more than two`thirds of farmers `re

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having to clean up other people s waste.

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They say fly`tipping in the countryside is an increasing problem

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with landowners left to pay the clean`up bill. Items that are

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routinely dumped include old fridges, chairs, mattresses and

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tyres. One farmer in Scunthorpe says a pig was even dumped on his land.

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People reported it thinking it was one of our pigs that had got out,

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but it wasn't, it was this flytipped pig, a little micropig. Norlally we

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don't take on extra pigs, btt this one we retained, and it's ttrned out

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to be very popular indeed. Five dogs, including a Crufts

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champion worth several thousand pounds, have been been found after

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being stolen during a robbery in East Yorkshire. The five dogs were

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taken from a house in Lissett, near Driffied last Thursday, but they've

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now been found in Warrington in Cheshire.

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Almost 500 families in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire who've

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been unable to return to thdir homes after the winter floods will be

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given a council tax exemption. The Government's discount schemd,

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originally planned to last three months, is being extended t`king the

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cost from ?4 to ?6 million. There are still 200 families out of their

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homes in Lincolnshire. And 86 in East Yorkshire.

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The RAF has denied newspaper reports that new surveillance planes based

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near Lincoln have been grounded over safety fears. Rivet Joint arrived at

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RAF Waddington last November. The MOD says they'll be operational by

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the end of the year. There are fears that the closure of

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Kellingley Colliery in Yorkshire could be imminent after mindrs voted

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to reject a Government plan for a managed shutdown over the ndxt 8

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months. They want more talks with the owners, UK Coal, and thhs

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afternoon miners have told the BBC they're being pressured into saying

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they will carry on working with the threat of redundancy hanging over

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them. Still ahead tonight: We'll have some

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the images that summed up a great day for Hull City fans at Wdmbley.

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Keep your photos coming in. If you have when you are proud of `nd you

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think we can show then send us. Martyn Leaning took this of

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Hibaldstow Bridge. That is ` stunning picture that excitdd the

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director and that takes somd doing. Thank you for that. Another picture

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tomorrow night at the same time Do not tell me he is on holhday for

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a week! I cannot believe it. Yes, as a special treat he hs on

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holiday for week. I cannot believe it.

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What about our treat? Are you going to take us to London?

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I have gone red! Peter, you will certainly get a town this wdek

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because we have sunshine on the cards. High pressure dominates which

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means find and settled weather but it also means chilly night. There

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was a risk of frost tonight and for the next few nights. At the end of

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the week the high pressure will move to the east and that will allow a

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weak front to push from the north which will bring cloud but not a lot

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of rain. That is Thursday and Friday. Today has been pleasant and

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the cloud has been cooler along the coast with the breeze but inland we

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have got higher. The temper`tures will tumble this evening and

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overnight. As the breeze gets lighter we could get a little bit of

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a shallow mist or fog. A chhlly start to tomorrow.

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There will be the odd isolated mist patch tomorrow but that will readily

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left to leave a pleasant dax. Temperatures will quickly rhse after

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a frosty start. The cloud whll bubble up but remain unbrokdn ``

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broken. It has been quite chilly on the coast today but most co`stal

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parts will still have a cool day tomorrow but in line the

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temperatures `` inland tempdratures will be similar to today. On

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Wednesday a very similar dax which will start with frost and the

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highest temperatures will bd on Thursday `` Wednesday. On Thursday

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perhaps the odd spot of rain but we continue to have high`presstre

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dominating into the weekend. See you tomorrow. Thank you.

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A pedestrian crossing will be put in a Lincolnshire village wherd two

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school girls were seriously injured in a collision. The 11`year`olds,

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who are now back at home, wdre hit by a mini`bus on the A15 ne`r Bourne

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in January. The following month more than 100 people attended a public

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meeting calling for a pedestrian crossing to be built there. But it

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could be another year beford it s installed.

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When two schoolgirls were knocked down and critically injured on the

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A15 by the village of Northorpe in January the accident shook the local

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community. Plans had been afoot to reduce the speed limit on the

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stretch of road from 60mph to 4 mph, but they weren't yet in place. We

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have been campaigning for m`ny years to get this speed limit herd and we

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should have been able to get it down before because we have seen this

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coming. Unfortunately it was these two young girls.

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Although the lower limit is now in place. Many felt a reduction in

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speed was no longer enough. A campaign group was set up to push

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the County Council to build pedestrian crossings in Northorpe,

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and in the neighbouring village of Thurlby.

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For the past few weeks the number of vehicles passing through thhs

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section of the road has been counted and so as the number of peddstrians

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who are trying to cross the road. The information has been an`lysed

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and the results show that crossing would be appropriate here. We always

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had concerns about crossing the road for children and for all residents

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of the village. The news has been welcomed by those

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like John, a father of two, who was part of the campaign. But there are

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questions now about how long it will take. I know there are an awful lot

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of people who will happily dig holes and put the lights in themsdlves if

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they were allowed to sell an explanation as to why it takes 2

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months would be welcome. I share the frustration that these things tend

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to take so long after the ddcision is made by regulations are

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stipulated by the government and it takes a while for things to be

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approved and consulted and then react proved before the work orders

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going place. To get best value for money we like to plan a reasonable

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way in advance. In a statement the family of one of

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the girls involved in the accident has urged the council to spded

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through what they see as bureaucracy. With a new housing

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development underway in the area campaigners say the safety of

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pedestrians is now more important than ever.

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That's a story you might have a view on. People in Northorpe told us

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about the crossing which is coming to the village. If you have a story

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you think we should know about, get in touch in the usual ways.

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A Boris Johnson of the North is needed to provide strong le`dership

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to the region according to ` think tank. The study by IPPR North shows

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that people have more faith in local governments than Parliament and

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there is a hunger for more power to be devolved.

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Mini owners from across the country have been showing off their cars in

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Lincoln over the weekend. More than 150 cars gathered at the Br`yford

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Waterfront for the city's annual Mini Day. Amongst those on display,

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were Minis dating back to the early Sixties. The event is now in its

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seventh year. People like it because it is a nice location and it is free

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so they do not have to pay to come here and people meet each other

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after the winter because it is one of the first events in the HPPR

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North calendar. I always relember the classic IPPR North it is an

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icon, `` I always remember that classic Mini. It is an icon. It is

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great to see them, they put a smile on your face. They are just good

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front. I am sorry I missed that my first car was a Mini.

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In football, Scunthorpe United manager Russ Wilcox says he's elated

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his team have managed to go top of League Two. The Iron could only draw

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2`2 draw with Bury despite goals from by Paddy Madden and Patl Hayes.

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But as rivals Rochdale lost, United are now top of the table. It was a

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great game and a great advert for league to football. We thought we

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had done enough to see it ott. All credit to Bari, they kept going to

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the death and it was a terrhfic finish. A marvellous season and I

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cannot see how people would be disappointed with how we ard

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playing. Everyone played well. It is frustrating to give away a point in

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the last minute. It was disappointing that we did not play

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as well as we usually do and we should have made substitutions early

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on. It could have been bettdr but we are looking forward to winnhng the

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league. A lighting designer from Hull has

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won one of the highest awards in his profession at a star studded

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ceremony in London. Tim Lutkin won an Olivier award at the Roy`l Opera

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House last night, for his work on the West End production of

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Chi`merica. That is an amazhng achievement and another success

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story for Hull. Well done to him for winning that award last night.

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Back to Hull City's historic victory in the FA Cup. Right across the

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weekend you were sending us your pictures and posting them to our

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Facebook and Twitter pages, letting us know what you did to celdbrate

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the Tigers' big day. Here are just some of the moments you captured for

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us, both from Wembley and at home. And Hull City are in an FA Cup final

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for the first time in their 110 year history!

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# I got the eye of the tiger. # You're going to hear me roar.

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# You're going to hear me roar. I think quite a few people were

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tired this morning. Thank you for sending us all of those photos.

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There are lots more of your photos online. Our Facebook page h`s the

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gallery of images from Wembley. Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines: Ukr`ine calls for UN Peacekeepers to be

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brought in as pro government activists attack government

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buildings. A nine`year`old boy from

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Lincolnshire is critically hnjured after falling from a moving coach.

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Tomorrow's weather: A cold start but a dry and fine day with sunny spells

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and light winds. Highs of 14C. Lots of you have got in touch with

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us after people opposed to wind farms in Lincolnshire criticised one

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of the leading figures in the industry who says they have a

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negative attitude towards whnd power. This is story we werd talking

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about on Friday's programme. Thank you very much for all of your

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responses on this subject. Ht has been one of our most of stories on

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This man says that where thdy live the programme. Martin says,

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This man says that where thdy live they think the wind turbines are a

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big blot on the landscape and the house prices have gone down and

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local people cannot sell thdir properties. Join me on the radio if

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you can. Thank you for watching and have a nice evening.

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