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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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The headlines tonight... Families find out they're being

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Families find out they're bding evicted by the Crown Estate. They

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turned up here in their fancy cars and tell us that the governlent

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needs money. The village where the internet is 30

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times slower than the national average. But here just 30 miles away

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they have some of the fastest broad and speeds in the country.

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90 5000. 98,000. A Hull war hero's medals sell for

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more than a ?100,000. And why Piers Morgan says he

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more than a ?100,000. And why Piers Morgan says hd won't

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And why Piers Morgan says he won't be taking a holiday in Grimsby.

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It has been a lovely day in Grimsby. But there are changes ahead.

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A decision to evict families from homes they rent in Lincolnshire is

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being described as "heartless". Some of the families have been tdnants

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being described as "heartless". Some of the families have been tenants of

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the Crown Estate, which belongs to the Queen, for more than 20 years.

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They've been told their homds will be sold, but many of the families

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be sold, but many of the falilies involved can't afford to buy

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be sold, but many of the families involved can't afford to bux them.

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involved can't afford to buy them. In a moment, we'll be hearing from

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the Crown Estate but first, our correspondent Paul Murphy h`s spent

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the day in Swaton, one of the villages involved.

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It's been their family home for 22 years. One of the children was even

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born in the living room. But the Wrights have been told that their

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landlord, the Crown Estate, intends to evict them as it reorganhses its

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property portfolio. There is a black cloud over the village at the

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moment. It seems as if everxone is moment. It seems as if everyone is

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quite annoyed and sad about what is happening. It will have a tdrrible

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happening. It will have a terrible impact. The Crown estate is one of

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the largest property owners in the UK with the massive property

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portfolio. It owns large shopping centres and forests and much of the

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sea bed around the coast. It is run by independent commissioners and not

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the Queen. Its profits go to the Treasury. It's thought there

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the Queen. Its profits go to the Treasury. It's thought therd could

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Treasury. It's thought there could be as many as 12 families around

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this area who are facing eviction. They turned up here in largd German

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They turned up here in large German cars and they told us that

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government needed money. Thdy cars and they told us that

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government needed money. They are government needed money. Thdy are

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heartless and they have not thought this through. I am writing to you to

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ask you a question. For 12`year`old Jasmine Wright

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there's only one thing for ht For 12`year`old Jasmine Wright

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there's only one thing for it ` there's only one thing for ht `

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write to the Queen. As she had lived that a King Palace bus along I

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thought you might understand how we feel.

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There is a moral issue that goes beyond buying and selling

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properties. The Crown estatd has a properties. The Crown estate has a

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responsibility to provide affordable housing for the population `nd to

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housing for the population and to work with local communities.

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The family is facing eviction say they are now in an impossible

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situation and they cannot afford to buy their own homes. That is why

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they are renting and they are struggling to find suitable

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accommodation. Ford is clear is that affordable

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accommodation locally is in short supply.

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There is no local authority housing and it is a real struggle. There

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have been houses built locally and they had been moved into frequently.

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Like any landlord The Crown Estate has every right to end a tenancy.

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But the argument is that this has every right to end a tenancy.

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But the argument is that thhs isn't But the argument is that this isn't

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just any landlord ` that Thd Crown Estate has responsibilities that go

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beyond the bottom line of balance sheet.

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We've also been contacted by We've also been contacted bx

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families in parts of East Yorkshire who say they've also received

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who say they've also receivdd letters from the Crown Estate

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telling them that their homds will be sold. If you're in a similar

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be sold. If you're in a simhlar situation, let us know. Earlier I

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spoke to the Director of Thd Crown spoke to the Director of The Crown

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Estate, Paul Clark and asked him why they need to sell these homes

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Estate, Paul Clark and asked him why they need to sell these homds now.

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they need to sell these homes now. The Crown Estate has a commdrcial

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The Crown Estate has a commercial mandate and we fulfil that landate

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mandate and we fulfil that mandate by regularly reviewing the

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properties we hold across our whole portfolio and we regularly lake

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decisions on an ongoing basis portfolio and we regularly make

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decisions on an ongoing basis about what to buy, to sell or to hold

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Do you feel guilty evicting people some of whom have been in these

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homes for 20 years? We are very conscious that the way

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we need to fulfil our commercial mandate is as responsibly as

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possible and that is why we are offering extended notice periods to

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tenants to give them plenty of time to find new homes.

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You are leaving these peopld in to find new homes.

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You are leaving these people in a You are leaving these peopld in a

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pickle. They cannot afford the ?200,000 that these homes will sell

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for. Even local property is between 80 and 120,000. You are leaving them

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in a pickle. Do you feel guhlty in a pickle. Do you feel guhlty

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What I would say to any tenants in What I would say to any ten`nts in

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particular difficulty is talk to us because we are going to takd a

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because we are going to take a flexible and open and reasonable

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approach to this. You may change your mind on selling

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their houses? What I have explained is that we

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their houses? What I have explained is th`t we are

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What I have explained is that we are prepared to offer the homes to our

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tenants and some tenants I expect will take us up on that and for the

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others, we are offering extdnded notice periods of up to six months.

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You said that but what do you say to the person who has been in their

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home for 20 years and is now about to be evicted and who cannot afford

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to buy somewhere or has not got ?10,000 in the bank for a ddposit?

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We are saying talk to us and we will take all individual circumstances

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into account. We are quite prepared to be flexible further or p`rticular

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cases of difficulty. Does that mean not sell?

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That means we are prepared to be flexible in how we approach this and

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we are concerned to ensure that all our tenants have ample opportunity

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to find somewhere else to lhve and that in fulfilling the commercial

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mandate we have been given we will do that responsibly.

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Good to talk to you. If you are affected you might like to talk to

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us and you can get in touch with us. The details will be with you in

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a few minutes. In a moment... The village with

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plans for extra`large graves at a new cemetery on these fields.

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New figures show a street in Lincolnshire has one of the slowest

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broadband internet speeds in the country. People on Station Road in

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Swineshead download web pagds nearly 30 times slower than the national

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average. But another part of the county has one of the fastest

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broadband speeds. Sarah Walton is in North Hykeham this evening. Sarah,

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what's the situation there? Around here at the connection is vdry good.

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here at the connection is very good. A survey done here found th`t

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businesses around here had download speeds that are around a bit fastest

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in the country. `` one fifth fastest. Anything above 30 megabytes

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fastest. Anything above 30 legabytes is superfast. Only about 9% of the

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population has a download speed that fast. Most people here get download

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speeds that are slower. It is a slow business growing plants

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but even a company like this needs a speedy Internet connection `s it

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speedy Internet connection as it relies on orders made onlind.

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relies on orders made online. When customers phone up with queries

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you would normally expect a business to just answer the phone and then

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tap away online. But I cannot do that. It is too slow to get the

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order up on the screen and you often order up on the screen and xou often

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feel that this looks a bit inefficient and antiquated.

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This business is near Station Road and it has been named in a survey as

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having the third slowest download speeds in the country. That is about

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30 times slower than the national average. It means that downloading

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an HD film would take around 15 hours. The residents here are fed up

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of waiting. I watch a lot of TV online `nd it

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buffers a lot and it gets annoying because you have to keep stopping

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and starting. The signal in the area it is

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terrible. You struggle to gdt a signal. It is dead slow.

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The way to improve broadband is to update the cables used to provide

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it. This is work being done in another part of the country. In

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Lincolnshire, the council is running a project to do the same and is

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hoping to get a broadband connection to 89% of properties by April 2016.

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Many of the properties are small businesses and they depend on

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trading with the rest of thd businesses and they depend on

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trading with the rest of the world trading with the rest of thd world

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and that is essential. Infrastructure and connectivity are

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the key ingredients that we must have.

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Back here, the council says it will work to upgrade broadband cables

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Back here, the council says it will work to upgrade broadband c`bles in

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the area towards the end of the year. Until then, people here will

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keep waiting. How much progress is being made in updating the band

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speeds? The local council says they have

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helped to improve broadband connections to nearly 14,000 homes

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across the county. I have bden across the county. I have bden

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speaking to local rebel. The lady who lives here gets a super`fast

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broadband connection but on the family on the other side of the road

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said they have a very slow connection. There is still some work

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to be done. `` been speaking to a local resident.

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Let us know what you think `bout Let us know what you think `bout

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this story. How's the broadband speed where you are. If you have

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issues, let us know via the following...

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Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals could be without a permanent boss

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for up to six months. Phil Lorley, for up to six months. Phil Morley,

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the former Chief Executive of the Trust, left his job suddenlx

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the former Chief Executive of the Trust, left his job suddenly last

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week. The interim manager, John Saxby, who's been brought in to run

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the Trust, has told board mdmbers the Trust, has told board mdmbers

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that it could be October before a permanent replacement is in post.

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The Conservatives say they won't subsidise any new onshore wind farms

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subsidise any new onshore whnd farms if they win next year's general

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if they win next year's gendral election. The Energy Minister,

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election. The Energy Ministdr, Michael Fallon says onshore wind can

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still help deliver the country's energy needs but shouldn't be

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subsidised. The party also wants councils to be given the "ddcisive

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councils to be given the "decisive say" on new onshore wind farms.

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Plans have been revealed for extra large graves at a new burial ground

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in South Lincolnshire. Funeral directors say as more and more

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people are classed as obese the bigger plots close to the road for

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access are desperately needed. bigger plots close to the road for

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access are desperately needdd. With access are desperately needed. With

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more here's Gemma Dawson. It's the gateway to Lincolnshire,

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but there's plans to turn land It's the gateway to Lincolnshire,

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but there's plans to turn l`nd on but there's plans to turn l`nd on

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the edge of Sutton Bridge into a new burial ground featuring some

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burial ground featuring somd extra`large plots. The undertakers

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find they are having to burx people find they are having to bury people

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who are larger than they usdd find they are having to burx people

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who are larger than they used to be who are larger than they usdd to be

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and they do not like to carry them too far. We have made an area just

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inside the entrance. That whll set inside the entrance. That will set

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about 30 extra large graves. At this burial ground in Saxilby a single

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burial plot is nine foot long by four foot wide but it has bden

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four foot wide but it has been suggested that the larger plots in

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Sutton Bridge could be up to twice as ide. The plan's being welcomed by

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this funeral director, who's dealing with a growing number of larger

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clients. It would be nice if we are coming towards the peak of cases

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that we have seen, the experience that we have tells us that the

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number is growing and we are going number is growing and we are going

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to need more larger plots available and probably in crematoria as well.

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But it's not just plus`size funerals. Two years ago, East

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Midlands Ambulance Service took delivery of a fleet of bariatric

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ambulances in response to an increase in obesity across the area.

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Latest figures show nearly ` third of GP patients in Lincolnshire are

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classed as obese compared to a national average of 25%. So back in

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Sutton Bridge, I asked locals if they thought the larger burial plots

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they thought the larger burhal plots were necessary. There are some big

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table here. Larger people nded more table here. Larger people need more

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space. I think it is a good idea. I think it would be nicer to have

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the new look graveyard and it I think it would be nicer to have

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the new look graveyard and ht would the new look graveyard and it would

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be better for the village. But before any bodies can bd

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be better for the village. But before any bodies can be buried

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But before any bodies can bd buried here the Parish Council needs to

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secure planning permission. Thank you for your company this evening.

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Still ahead tonight... How these boys are bidding for promotion. How

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TV presenter Piers Morgan has upset people in Grimsby!

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This beautiful photographs was taken for us earlier. Thank you so much

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for that. Good evening. How are you? It was a lovely day today. One of

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our viewers sent this in. I thought you would like to know that it often

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has reduced items in his basket How has reduced items in his basket. How

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tight is he! What are you doing with the door? I have started so I both

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finish. The headline for tolorrow is finish. The headline for tolorrow is

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cloudy and cool. There will be patchy outbreaks of rain courtesy of

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this weather front. There whll patchy outbreaks of rain cotrtesy of

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this weather front. There will not be much rain. There has been low

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cloud and sea mist today. That will spread inland. Temperatures have

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reached 16 degrees today. The showers will fizzle out tonight.

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reached 16 degrees today. The showers will fizzle out tonhght The

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low cloud will make its way in. That will bring in low temperatures. A

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very different outlook on the weather front for tomorrow. It will

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be cool and cloudy with somd be cool and cloudy with somd

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drizzle. There will be patchy at Riggs of rain developing especially

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throughout the morning. There is potential for some heavier outbursts

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of rain. There will be some dry periods throughout the day. ``

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patchy outbreaks of rain. Temperatures will reach arotnd

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patchy outbreaks of rain. Temperatures will reach around 12

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degrees. Looking ahead, the rain will clear on Friday night. But a

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low pressure system will dolinate low pressure system will dolinate

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the weather over the weekend. It is not all doom and gloom. There will

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be drier and brighter periods as well. I cannot do anything without

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being spotted! This from thd well. I cannot do anything without

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being spotted! This from the man who being spotted! This from thd man who

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told us that last year he bought five barbecues for ?1.

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The medals awarded to a Hull`born Spitfire pilot who flew in the

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Battle of Britain have sold for more than a hundred thousand pounds.

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Ronald Berry hardly ever spoke about his RAF career during his lhfe.

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Ronald Berry hardly ever spoke about his RAF career during his life. But

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his RAF career during his lhfe. But today, his remarkable collection of

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medals was auctioned in London. Amanda White was there.

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The medals of one of the Battle of Britain's most celebrated pilots

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went to auction in London today. It is a set verb group and it lakes for

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is a set verb group and it makes for a fantastic story. These logbooks

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show a fantastic sense of adventure and heroism. This man from Hull

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recorded every German aircraft and heroism. This man from Hull

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recorded every German aircr`ft he recorded every German aircr`ft he

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shot down with the swastika in his logbook. He flew over 400 mhssions.

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logbook. He flew over 400 missions. He was awarded medals for g`llantry.

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Looking through this catalogue you can see that this man was incredibly

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dashing. He was from East Htll and dashing. He was from East Hull and

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he was very talented, making him a rewarded pilot. He flew in countless

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flights over North Africa. He shot down dozens of enemy aircraft. He

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retired to Hornsea but remahned retired to Hornsea but remained

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modest about his achievements. He died in the year 2000 and left

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died in the year 2000 and ldft behind his medals and an

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extraordinary story. There hs no extraordinary story. There is no

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denying that his exploits wdre denying that his exploits wdre

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formidable. It was a story that inspired a local historian to write

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a book. On one memorable dax he shot down three fighter aircraft. That

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was fairly uncommon. Today was the chance to open these illustrious

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medals. ?100,000. ?120,000. Selling. The buyer paid ?144,000 including

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auction fees. It was a pretty remarkable career.

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Thanks to everyone who got in touch after our story about Hull Truck

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Theatre being bailed out after finding itself in financial

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difficulties. They've received a hundred thousand from Hull City

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Council, which says it will have more control over the theatre to

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ensure it doesn't run out of money in the future. Ian got in touch. Mrs

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in the future. Ian got in touch Mrs Holland from Hull sent this by

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text... And finally, Trevor in Hull cold and says simply...

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Scunthorpe United manager Rtss Scunthorpe United manager Russ

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Wilcox says it'll be "busindss Scunthorpe United manager Rtss

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Wilcox says it'll be "business as Wilcox says it'll be "busindss as

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usual" when his team go for promotion at Exeter on Saturday If

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promotion at Exeter on Saturday. If they win, and other results go their

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way, they'll be promoted as champions. The manager says

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goalkeeper Sam Slocombe has been particularly impressive as the Iron

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seek to extend their unbeatdn run particularly impressive as the Iron

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seek to extend their unbeaten run to seek to extend their unbeatdn run to

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28 matches. Our sports reporter Simon Clark watched the team

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training today. A beautiful day for training in what

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could be a beautiful week for promotion. There was no letting up

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though for the Scunthorpe United players. Manager Russ Wilcox's

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message was clear. We are not over the line yet.

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We won't be looking for a draw. We know a draw might be enough to take

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us up. We are looking for the three points. Keep the away run going. It

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points. Keep the away run going It is 15 away games as well which is

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incredible. Our focus is on going down there and picking up the three

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points. The realisation that a trip to Devon

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could be historic has prompted a busy few days the ticket office

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Iron fans are hoping to share in a moment of glory.

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It is a Champions League game, moment of glory.

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It is a Champions League gale, do It is a Champions League game, do

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you know what I mean. We will definitely go up.

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I think they have done it anyway. I think they have, yes.

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It is a good style of football. A good manager.

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We don't want play offs. We want automatic promotion. I am pretty

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confident. The scenario for Scunthorpe is

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simple. A win will guaranted League simple. A win will guarantee League

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One football next season and no one is looking forward to that more than

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is looking forward to that lore than keeper and local lad Sam Slocombe.

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The last few years we have been down at the bottom of League One fighting

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for our lives and there is a lot for our lives and there is ` lot

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more pressure and a lot more for our lives and there is a lot

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more pressure and a lot mord nerves more pressure and a lot mord nerves

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than when you are at the top of the league. It is enjoyable to go out

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and play these games. The spuad league. It is enjoyable to go out

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and play these games. The squad have took that on board and they are

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relishing it. He has been immense in goal with key

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saves at key times. Four penalty saves on top of that as well. It has

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been an outstanding season not just for Sam but for the group.

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These boys are on the brink of something special, returning

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Scunthorpe United to the thhrd something special, returning

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Scunthorpe United to the third tier Scunthorpe United to the thhrd tier

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of English football and bringing some cheer to this part of the

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world. It will be an exciting week for the team. He is a TV presenter

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for the team. He is a TV prdsenter and journalist known to millions of

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people around the world but now Piers Morgan has ruffled fe`thers

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people around the world but now Piers Morgan has ruffled feathers in

:22:49.:22:52.

Grimsby after commenting about the local football team. He is known for

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his opinions and his celebrhty his opinions and his celebrhty

:22:58.:23:02.

interviews. His standpoint on issues has said to have cost in his job in

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America but now it is his cheeky comments on an unexpected issue that

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has raised eyebrows. You mess with the local fans and you will get a

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verbal barrage back. That is what he got wind Majesty United sack manager

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and he said... `` Manchester United. This

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place. To entice him, the former editor has

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now been offered a job in the town. Our Chief Executive gave Pidrs

:23:47.:23:53.

Morgan his job as editor of the Daily Mirror back in 1995 stop he

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thought, how on a minute. He is between jobs and offered hil a job!

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between jobs and offered him a job! Of course we would take him on. But

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we said he would have to make the tea and do the sandwich run. He

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would enjoy that, wouldn't he? He would have to interview the players

:24:13.:24:13.

at the end of the match as well The at the end of the match as well The

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sports team are already looking forward to showing him round. If he

:24:19.:24:23.

does come in, or we will of course show him around and let see the

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sights. Piers Morgan said hd show him around and let see the

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sights. Piers Morgan said he would sights. Piers Morgan said hd would

:24:31.:24:30.

prefer to stay in Beverly Hills. sights. Piers Morgan said he would

:24:31.:24:33.

prefer to stay in Beverly Hhlls But prefer to stay in Beverly Hhlls But

:24:34.:24:36.

surely he would feel slightly at home? The signs are quite shmilar.

:24:37.:24:40.

home? The signs are quite similar. Let him stay for he is. We do not

:24:41.:24:45.

need him here. Tell him he is welcome any time if

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he gets a pint in. It might be some time before he

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It might be some time beford he comes. He has not yet committed to

:24:53.:24:58.

the rule. It is almost 6:55pm.

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

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are appealing to Muslim women in Britain to help them stop whll be

:25:15.:25:16.

Britain to help them stop will be terrorists travelling to Syria. More

:25:17.:25:17.

than 20 families in this arda are than 20 families in this arda are

:25:18.:25:21.

told by the Crown Estate th`t they will be evicted.

:25:22.:25:22.

Tomorrow's weather... Cloudx will be evicted.

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Tomorrow's weather... Cloudy and Tomorrow's weather... Cloudx and

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cool with patchy rain in places and cool with patchy rain in pl`ces and

:25:24.:25:30.

a maximum temperature of 12 degrees. Talking about the houses earlier,

:25:31.:25:34.

will says if they pay the going rate they cannot board to rent any

:25:35.:25:37.

similar property in the are`. It similar property in the area. It

:25:38.:25:41.

they are not why should they be subsidised by the Crown est`te?

:25:42.:25:49.

Another correspondent says typical that we do not care about the

:25:50.:25:51.

impoverished in this countrx. impoverished in this countrx.

:25:52.:25:54.

Another says some compassion should be shown. Another view it says I am

:25:55.:26:00.

be shown. Another view it s`ys I am disgusted with what is happening.

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The Crown Estate has many properties it could sell. How dare the Crown

:26:06.:26:14.

estate get noticed it tenants? If these properties belong to the

:26:15.:26:16.

country than the country should decide what happens. That's all for

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now. Thanks for joining us. Good evening.

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All across the country, millions of families are waking up

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to a Britain in which they find it harder to get on.

:26:57.:27:00.

Whilst the Government keeps telling people everything is fixed,

:27:01.:27:03.

no longer stops the pound in their pocket getting smaller

:27:04.:27:08.

or the bills getting harder to afford.

:27:09.:27:10.

gas and electricity bills have increased by more than ?300

:27:11.:27:15.

whilst the energy companies are making huge profits.

:27:16.:27:20.

not a luxury but an essential for millions of working families -

:27:21.:27:25.

gets harder to find and more expensive.

:27:26.:27:27.

Under David Cameron, the cost of a nursery place has risen 30%

:27:28.:27:31.

and there are 500 fewer Sure Start centres

:27:32.:27:35.

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