15/04/2014 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


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President Putin calls for the West to condemn it. Now it

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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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The headlines tonight: A campaign against fracking in East Yorkshire

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despite assurances that no drilling is planned. Residents demand

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answers. Della mac we have real concerns about what is going on, you

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can't get any answers from anybody. Fighting back after flooding: The

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coastal attractions who say they're ready for visitors.

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The Parents of a boy hurt after falling from a moving coach remain

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by his bedside. The exhibition revealing how a

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stately home in North Lincolnshire helped treat First World War

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casualties The fine weather continues. But it looks like a

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chilly night. More later in the programme.

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Campaigners opposed to fracking have defended organising a series of

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public meetings in East Yorkshire despite assurances that there are no

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plans for fracking in the area. Rathlin Energy is test drilling at

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sites near Walkington and Aldborough but insist this is for normal oil

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and gas extraction. So why are campaigners worried well this map of

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our area shows that large parts of East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire have

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already been licensed for shale gas extraction, the black areas. In the

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red areas more licences will be auctioned in the summer. Supporters

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say it could mean cheap energy bills but there are fears about the

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environmental impact of the fracking. In a moment we'll hear

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from Rathlin Energy but first Leanne Brown has this report.

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The first test they want to do is the mini fall`off test, and in the

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industry this is also known as the mini`frack.

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At a meeting last night, the message from campaigners and residents was

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clear: They don't want fracking in East Yorkshire.

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Whatever Rathlin say they are doing about fracking, they are still

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looking for oil, and it is not what we should be doing, we should be

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investing in renewable energies. It is wrong even if it is not fracking.

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We have concerns about what is going on. We can't get any straight

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answers from anybody on both sides. Nobody seems to know what is going

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on. These big multinational companies

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have a very poor reputation for doing what they say they are going

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to do. Basically, I don't believe them.

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But Rathlin Energy, who have been drilling for conventional oil and

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gas in the area for the past year say they are not fracking and have

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no intentions of doing so. The MP for the area says it just wouldn't

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happen without a full consultation. If there is to be fracking in this

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area, then any company would have to seek a licence from the Environment

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Agency and go through a whole series of environmental tests, as well as

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get planning permission. So there is no way that fracking can happen in

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this area without full public consultation and the full process

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being gone through. Just to reassure viewers, there is no way it can be

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snuck through the back door. So what exactly is fracking? Well,

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it is a process whereby water mixed with chemicals and sand is pumped at

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high pressure into cracks in the rock, releasing that valuable gas.

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Hey John, we got any fluid yet? So why is the process so

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controversial? Well, in America, there were claims that it had caused

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gas to escape and get into the water supplies. And in this country, it is

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thought that test drilling in Blackpool may have caused an

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earthquake. People have very strong feelings about it. Today, a

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protester climbed up a drilling rig in South Yorkshire. Anti`fracking

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campaigners say they just want to warn people about the potential

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dangers and are holding a series of meetings this week. Are you just

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scaremongering? We are not scaremongering. If

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anything, the case is understated. What people need to do is get on the

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computers and do a web search for what is actually going on in the

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countries where people are experiencing fracking at the moment.

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Once it has started, it will be very difficult to stop.

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Rathlin say they have done everything they can to reassure the

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public. Campaigners say there are no guarantees for the future.

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No they will not. The term mini`frack is not an accurate term.

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The fall`off or de`fit test is designed simply to apply water

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pressure to the shale. The shale is not our primary objective at all. We

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are here to explore, and we hope to develop conventional oil and gas

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sands. Greenpeace are saying this is a

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Trojan Horse to creep into this area without stirring up local

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opposition. I mean, unless there were riches underground, you

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wouldn't be there would you? This is totally untrue. We are a

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conventional oil and gas exploration company. We have made it clear to

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everybody, including people representing Greenpeace, that we

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have no intention of carrying out any fracking exercises on either of

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the sites we are working on. So can you say, hand on heart, that

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there will not be any fracking on any of the site regardless of what

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you find underneath with these mini`tests?

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There will be no fracking at either of these holes regardless of the

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tests we carry out. After we finish the process of pressure testing, we

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will be filling the bottom of the wells with cement and abandoning

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them and the shale, which will be underneath that level, and it will

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be literally out of reach of anybody. And we won't be carrying

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out any further work there. So you haven't found riches

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underground? We drilled two wells last year. The

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results of drilling have encouraged us to the point of wishing to test

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further the conventional sandstones, those are sandstones which, if they

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do contain oil or gas, would not require any further stimulation.

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How do you allay the fears that people have of methane setting taps

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on fire, property devalued, earthquakes?

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Well, I don't want to go into the details of methane setting taps on

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fire. That is completely disconnected of anything to do with

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oil and gas drilling, whatever people may say. Our activity is

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taking place from 1.8 to two kilometres beneath the land's

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surface. We have drilled and completed two wells, which are ready

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for testing, and neither will be used for any sort of fracking

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activity. Our sole activity interest is in the conventional sandstones

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which we believe do have a potential to produce commercial oil or gas.

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So, from your company, absolutely no fracking in East Yorkshire?

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Absolutely no fracking under any of the programmes we are currently

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working on at all. As to what will happen in the future, I have no

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idea. But we certainly have no intention of carrying out any

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fracking activity in these wells. Mr Montague`Smith, good to talk to

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you tonight, thank you. Thank you.

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Let us know what you think about this story. Do you think that

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fracking will eventually come to East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire and,

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if it does, will that be a good thing if it reduces fuel bills or

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are you worried about the environmental impacts?

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In a moment: The family of a teenager killed by an undiagnosed

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heart condition call for more young people to be tested.

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Two of the east coast's best known nature reserves say they hope to

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attract thousands of visitors in the comings weeks, despite the

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devastating damage caused by last winter's tidal surge. Both Spurn and

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Gibraltar Point suffered extensive flooding. Our Business Correspondent

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Paul Murphy is at Gibraltar Point this evening. How optimistic are

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they at the nature reserve that they'll attract those tourists?

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They are anticipating large numbers of visitors, a small army of

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volunteers has spent the winter months clearing all the debris of

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the beach here. One of the consequences down here has been the

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loss of the visitor centre, and that is a big concern for everyone

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involved here. The visitor centre at Gibraltar

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Point is normally buzzing with activity at this time of year, but

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such was the damage caused Wayne Robertson Academy so I have

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come here to do my own photos, because I'm teaching this to my

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AS`level children. Coastal erosion, tidal surge.

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The walks are lovely, and of course the open spaces. We like open

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spaces. Skegness lost its excellence status,

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which is better news for Bridlington in East Yorkshire, which has an

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excellent beach. They are delighted in the town.

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It all sends the right signals to people to come along to the coast

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and come and see what is happening. I mean, there is a lot going on on

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the coast, it is not just about the beaches, but certainly having the

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water quality in place is an important... It is important. We

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need to assure parents that everything is safe for them. And so

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come along and enjoy. There is the final mote of warning for anyone

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venturing out within the next few weeks. The cliffs on the Holderness

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coast in particular should be avoided, because they have been made

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unstable by the tidal surge in December. Thank you Paul for that.

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People working at Kellingley Colliery near Goole have been given

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a week to vote on plans for a managed closure of the pit. The

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government say the mine has no long term future ` and have offered a

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loan to help close it down in stages, over eighteen months. More

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than a thousand people have signed a petition calling for the pits to be

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saved. Owners UK Coal say without the deal, insolvency would be

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imminent. Our only option here is 18 months.

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Not all of us will get there, my job will go, many others will go, some

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of us will be able to work for 18 months, our suppliers will be paid,

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our customers will be paid, and all of us will get better redundancies.

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Or, if we vote no, we just close it immediately. So we would enter

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liquidation with immediate effect in the next few days.

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The funeral of a doctor from Lincoln who drowned on holiday in Tenerife

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will take place tomorrow. Barratee Ravi`Kumar died along with another

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British woman after being "dragged into the sea by a wave". It's

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thought they'd been trying to rescue some children.

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The family of a teenager from East Yorkshire who died suddenly from an

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undiagnosed heart condition is calling for a national screening

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programme to help protect young adults. Fifteen year old Josh Fell

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from Hornsea died three years ago. In the UK, 12 young people every a

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week die from undiagnosed heart conditions, and in 80% of those

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cases there've be no outward signs or symptoms. In Italy, by law, every

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young person involved in sport is screened. Simon Spark has been to

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Hornsea and has this report. This is life as normal as it can be

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for Richard. At work within the family business. But his spare time

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is devoted to making sure that other families do not have to go through

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what they have. In 2011 the lost their 15`year`old son Josh Fell to

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sudden adult death syndrome. He collapsed playing football. It is

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three years on. It just seems like it was yesterday. For the past two

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years the family have organised charity football match is to help

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raise money to provide free heart screening for 14 to 35`year`olds. At

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this event at the start of maybe have been struggling to fill the 200

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spaces available. They would like to see a national screening programme

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for all young adults. Womack if Josh had the chance for an EC the then he

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may still be here. We cannot see where the problem is. 12 young

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people by per week. At the moment the screening is done through a

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charity, cardiac risk in the young. We would like for fit and healthy

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young people to be offered the choice to be tested. We are working

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towards that. In Italy they have shown a reduction of 89% in these

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steps after a national screening programme took place. Tristan has

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been to a previous screening. It is not their fracking at all. You get

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the results there and then. The next event is in Hornsea on the 10th and

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11th of May. Still ahead, the parents of a boy

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who was injured after falling from a moving coach remain tonight by his

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hospital bedside. And the First World War medics who helped save

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soldiers laid at the stately home in North Lincolnshire.

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It is quarter to seven. This photograph was taken by Martin

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Standley. Thank you very much, Martin. So many messages after your

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suggestion of going to London. Many un`broadcast double!

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I was sent what's two. People saying they would take me if you didn't!

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The ball is in your court. Some fine weather on the cards for the next

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day or so but high pressure does dominate for the next few days,

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making any weather fronts very weak. Once again the sunshine will begin

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on the chilly, frosty zero. As I mentioned, high pressure dominates

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through the next few days, lovely weather tomorrow and actually warmer

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in some spots. It will be cold on the coast, more of a southeasterly

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breeze. On Thursday the high`pressure moves in and it will

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allow the week whether fronts to push across us. We will have more

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cloud through Thursday, there was very little clout today. Still quite

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chilly in places, but inland people up to around 13 degrees.

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Temperatures will quickly drop off this evening, long clear spells in

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the fine evening but a very chilly one once again. We are expecting a

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touch of frost with temperatures in the countryside of around two or

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three degrees. The sun will rise in the morning at 6am, setting again

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just after 8pm tomorrow evening. The next high water in Hull will be

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7:47pm. A chilly start to the day, frosty in places but the

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temperatures will recover. There will be plenty of sunshine and we're

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looking at lovely day. Long spells of sunshine and the clouds could

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slip into the North through the afternoon. Temperatures will be

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above average for that time of year, especially on the coast. We will

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have a southeasterly tomorrow so warmer air, 14 or 16 degrees. It

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will be cloudier on Thursday, some spots of rain but Fein on Saturday

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and Sunday. I think you are like studying

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trouble, to be honest. Did you see the sunset at 6pm last they?

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I doubt! And I knew that was not right.

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One reviewer said the sun was blinding her in the garden!

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Concentrate on the weather! See you tomorrow.

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The parents of boy from Lincolnshire who fell from a moving coach onto a

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main road have thanked people for their prayers at what they say is a

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"deeply distressing time". Sebastian Goold, who's nine and from near

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Stamford fell from the coach near to Kings Lynn on Sunday. Tonight his

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parents are at his bedside in Addenbroke's Hospital. Kim Riley is

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there, what's the news from the hospital this afternoon.

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The use is quite simple, that nine`year`old Sebastian Goold

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remains in a critical condition after suffering those very serious

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injuries to his head at his legs. He is a member of Stamford rugby club

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and the parents have been overwhelmed by messages of support

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from the world of rugby. Sebastian Goold had been heading

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home with team`mates from the club after taking part in a mini rugby

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treatment. He fell from the main door of the double`decker coach when

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it was heading along the key 47. In a statement released by his parents

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today, they said, The courts, operated by Hamilton 's

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cultures of Rothwell in Northamptonshire is now in a breeze

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pound being examined by officers and experts from the driver and vehicle

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standards agency, the focus is the main door around the middle of the

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coach from which Sebastian Goold Phil. The police say he was among a

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group of boys queueing to use the toilet. This was next to the door.

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If there are any witnesses, please call in and ask to speak to me or

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the serious collision investigation team. If you were in the area

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travelling towards the a 47, the main road, anyone who saw anything

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these collars on that number and ask for me or the serious collision

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steam. There were 30 passengers on board at the time, 20 children and

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ten adults. We learned yesterday that Sebastien's mother is actually

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travelling in her car, a number of cars were going in convoy with the

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coach and it is suggested she might have actually seen the moment her

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son fell from the coach. I can confirm that neither she nor her

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father, nor his father, actually saw the event.

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Our thoughts are with the family. We will continue to follow that study.

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Thanks to everyone who got in touch after Hull City secured their place

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in the club's first ever FA Cup final. It's after they beat

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Sheffield United 5`3 in an eight goal thriller at the weekend. The

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Tigers face Arsenal at Wembley next month. Twenty five thousand tickets

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will be made available for Hull City supporters.

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Some of your comments on this one. Mark from Beverley says "Great

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result for Hull, but what a shame there's a 90,000 stadium capacity

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yet Hull City only get allocated 25,000 tickets. Arsenal and Hull

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should both get 40,000 a`piece." David says "Hull City barely took

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25,000 for the semifinal. Sheffield United took many thousands more.

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It's actually a better allocation than Arsenal are getting considering

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they get almost 60,000 fans every week at home."

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After fears of closure, an elite Lincolnshire football centre will

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remain open for at least another 12 months. The Women's Centre of

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Excellence, run by the Lincolnshire FA, had its licence up for renewal.

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However the decision over which counties would get the new licences

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has been postponed. Grimsby Town could improve their

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chances of promotion tonight when they face Halifax at Blundell Park

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tonight. You can hear commentary on that game on Radio Humberside. The

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build up is underway on Sports Talk and kick`off is at 7.45. Organisers

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of the Beverley folk Festival have announced that Chas and Dave will be

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performing. The duo have been reunited since 2011. Barbara Dickson

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will also take to the stage, and going back to her roots as a folk

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singer. Last year thousands turned up to watch the proclaimers.

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It's never been told before, but now the story of the First World War

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soldiers who were cared for at a stately home near Scunthorpe is part

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of a new exhibition. Nurses at Normanby Hall cared for more than a

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thousand men injured in the trenches. Amanda White has more.

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There has not been one morning when you have been in your bed. In my

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story and winding you up? The new BBC Drama Crimson Field

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tells the story of nurses battling to save lives on the front line

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during the First World War. If men like these survived their journey

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home to hospital some were lucky enough to enjoy their final weeks

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and months of convalescence here at Normanby Hall. Generations of the

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Sheffield had used these silk drawing rooms for entertaining. When

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it came to World War I it was convalescing soldiers. This is Lady

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Sheffield, she was the common done. The lady of the house at the time.

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It was common for her to take over the role of common done. Every

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soldier 's name is recorded in this book, a unique record that tells the

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story Normanby Park Auxhillary Hospital. Of it would have been a

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lovely place for the soldiers to get better. Some are a long time. That

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way to test how nice it was. In its first year 25 men were cared

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for here, by the end of the war every reception room was given over

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to beds for 75 convalescing soldiers. Here we have the actual

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beds used by the patients when it was a convalescent hospital. And

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here you have the uniforms worn by the patients. As you can see, blue

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with red ties. That was done so they could not escape the hall to go for

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drinks. Behind us we have the blinds which are a thousand hundred 40

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patients who came through this hospital. Frederick William Rush

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came here more than once, sent back to the front line and returned with

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more injuries. He was discharged from the Army to the rooms and that

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was a gunshot wound to the chest, a gunshot wound to the right arm and

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fit, left leg and back in the amputation of the right arm.

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Miraculously, he and many others who came here lived a long life all

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thanks to the care they received. It is five minutes to seven.

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Let's get a recap of the national and regional headlines. Ukraine

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begins military action against pro Russian gunmen in the East of the

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country. Anti fracking campaigners target East Yorkshire despite

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reassurances that its not planned. Tomorrow's weather: A Chilly start

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with sunshine through the morning, turning increasingly hazy later.

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Feeling warm with highs of 15C. A response on the subject of

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fracking, Tony in Headington says these data needs to get real. All

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through the ages we have had people trying to stop progress. Andy said

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maybe people would be happier with a wind farm. Make your mind up or get

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used to no power or heating. Martin says interesting to hear residents

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say we should invest more in renewable energy. Better then put a

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wind farm on their doorstep. This point fingers at those morning.

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James says fracking is controversial because we do not know what damage

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this will do to the. Chris says, is this not a case of not in my

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backyard? This country needs gas and oil in the situation in Crimea

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issues. Fighting for watching. Goodbye.

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