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Good evening, and welcome to BBC Look North.

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The headlines tonight: Anti`fracking campaigners set up

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camp outside an oil drilling site in East Yorkshire.

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The region has become the focus for a national debate, and there is no

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sign this protest will end any time soon.

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in East Yorkshire. New plans to keep

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cars out of bus lanes with surveillance cameras.

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The World War II movie filmed in Lincolnshire that's being

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re`released to raise money for veterans.

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Enjoying a Chuka at the KC Stadium as Polo comes to Hull.

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Their are torrential downpours, but what about the rest of the week?

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Join me for the forecast. Anti`fracking campaigners

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from around the country have set up camp outside an oil drilling site

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in East Yorkshire. They arrived last night at

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Crawberry Hill near Walkington, despite assurances

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from the company working there that That's the controversial process

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of injecting high pressure water into shale rock to break it up

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and release gas, which can be used as a source

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of energy for homes and businesses. Despite the promise

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of cheaper bills, not everyone Caroline Bilton is

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at the site this evening. What message are the protestors

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trying to get across? The protesters are protesting over

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the national issue that is bragging. They've chosen to pitch their tents

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here at a site where at the moment, no fracking is taking place, and the

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company that owns this site says it has no intention of doing so. This

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comes off the strong message of the government that fracking is the

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future of the UK, and is helping to fan the flames of distrust. The

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protesters are getting their message across early before they take his

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company changes its mind. Setting up camp, these protesters

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are planning on being here a while, and they have come from all parts

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of the country to get their message What we've seen throughout all

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of the communities we've gone to so far is that the other 50% don't

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even know what this issue is. They just think they will get

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cheaper energy bills, But they've chosen to set up camp

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outside a site owned by a company which categorically states

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it has no intention of fracking. There will be no fracking in either

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of these places, regardless They are trying to claim it's not

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fracking They only have permission to drill

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for conventional oil and gas here. If they want to do more, they have

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to apply for further licences. It's messages like this

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from Government that are driving The government says fracking has a

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future, so how is this situation going to be resolved? Some of the

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protesters have devoted their lives to spreading the message about

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fracking. Then here is one such person. How long are you willing to

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stand this out for? Witham I will be here until fracking is banned in the

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UK. The government says this is the future. Are you fighting a losing

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battle? This is not the future. It is not safe. How long will you be

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her? I will be here until it is outlawed. David Cameron will have to

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ban fracking. This company says they will not be fracking here. Do you

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think they are lying? Won they are lying. The only difference is they

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are not using sand. The rest is wordplay. You have been here through

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the thunderstorms today. You will see this through to the end. The

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company saying they have no company saying they have no

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intention of stopping what they are doing here, and the protesters say

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they have no intention of leaving. Thank you very much. We would like

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to know what you think about this. Other protesters doing the right

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thing? The company repeatedly stated they are not fracking on these

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sites. The e`mail address for your thoughts on this one.

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Why East Coast resorts are being told to get

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The man in charge of transport in Hull says new bus lane cameras

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being installed on two of the city's busiest roads are NOT

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The number plate recognition cameras are being trialled

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because the council says motorists are ignoring the restrictions.

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However, some drivers have told us today they don't think

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This wrote in Hull, an area where motorists are set to break bus lane

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rules and public transport. Within a few weeks, new cameras here will

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catch drivers who use them to skip rush`hour jams. It is not an

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exercise in making money for the council. Far from it. We want to

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know whether there is a need for these cameras on a permanent basis

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or whether there is not a need. The best thing I would say to motorists

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during this trial is that they should avoid the bus lane. The bus

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companies have been asking for enforcement to keep timetables

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reliable. We don't want motorists to be fined, we just want them out of

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the bus lanes. Many towns and cities have bus lanes which are enforced by

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cameras, and how really does not need to be different. It will

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certainly help us operate more efficiently. Despite being in place

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for a number of years, there is still confusion about the use of

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these bus lanes. They only operate a few hours a day, with traffic going

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in and out of the city during rush hour. Despite being entitled to use

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them, most drivers are staying out of them, Inc causing annoyance and

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frustrations the summer. When you come in and out of town, so many

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people don't know when. It should be more clear. It seems to be a quick

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way of money making. The I think they should because there are a lot

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of drivers who do drive in the bus lanes. I think it is important.

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Stains have been controversial. Liverpool is coming to the end of a

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trial in which got rid of them altogether. In March, Birmingham

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City council reviewed 18,000 disputed bus lane finds. Tribunal 's

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downsides were clear enough. The RAC says enforcement should be fair. If

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the council will make money from these cameras, they were to

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motorists to have operators with the discretion to actually understand a

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minor incursion of the zone was not intended as someone trying to break

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the rules. The council is supported by the main Liberal Democrat

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opposition and says it will assess the results before deciding whether

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a wider roll`out would benefit the city.

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Earlier, I spoke to Martin Mancey, who's in charge of transport

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in Hull, and asked him how much of a problem there is with car

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We have had complaints from bus drivers and motorists. The whole

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point of this trial is to establish exactly how big a problem this

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season. Then we can determine whether or not cameras on a

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permanent basis are required. So I go into a bus lane, had to `` how

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long do I have to be there to get find? You shouldn't be there in at

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all. If the camera catches you in the bus lane during the hours of

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operation, you are liable for a fine. What will be the find? You

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like it will be ?60, although reduced to ?30 for prompt payment.

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dispute that. There is a small dispute that. There is a small

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number of motorists that break the rules. The bus lanes operate for

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limited periods during the day. They would not be sufficient numbers to

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justify the allegation this is a cash cow. Is this the bus companies

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the shots? Sometimes you see other lanes you could go into, and the bus

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doesn't go in there. We are working with the bus companies. We want an

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effective, reliable public transport system, and this is one way of

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ensuring the bus operators can operate to timetable. Will it work?

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That remains to be seen. We can't prejudge the outcome of the trial.

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This is going on in other towns and cities. I caught `` I got caught

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doing this in Leeds. Ella mac in other cities, they have far more bus

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lanes. How is only operate at the peaks. But we don't really have a

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peek? We don't have much of a rush hour. It is not Leeds or Manchester.

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I think motorists using Beverley Road coming into town, they feel

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there is a lot of congestion. The average motorist watching TV, or

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they say this is good or bad? I think the average law`abiding

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motorist will have no problem. The small minority of selfish drivers,

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that is a different problem. Thank you very much will stop another one

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you might like to comment on. Is the council being too heavy`handed? Or

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is it right that drivers who use the bus line should be analysed? If you

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want to get in touch, there is the e`mail.

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Fire`fighters in parts of Lincolnshire will also be

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driving ambulances from July as part of a year`long pilot.

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The scheme is the first of its kind in Britain,

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and Fire Service managers say it will help improve response times.

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Three new ambulances will be based in Stamford,

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But the Fire Brigades Union says it has concerns.

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We think it will be good for communities in Lincolnshire,

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however very real concerns about the fire cover that is left

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when these ambulances mobilise to incidents and then go on to accident

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There are delays already, and the communities will be left

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A 9`year`old boy, who was seriously injured

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when he fell from a moving coach last month, is still in hospital.

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Sebastian Goold fell from an exit door of the coach on the A47.

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He was returning from a rugby tournament with his team`mates

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Officers say he's in a serious but stable condition

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Seaside resorts on the East Coast are being told they can no longer

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rely on their "fish and chips" culture.

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Instead, they should help the local shellfish industry by offering

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At present, 95% of locally`sourced shellfish is exported, but industry

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leaders have met in Bridlington today to try to change that.

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Our business correspondent, Paul Murphy, was there.

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East Coast lobster and crab is worth millions to the local economy, but

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it is more likely to be exported to the restaurants of Paris or Madrid

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And to many in this industry, it is a cause for growing frustration.

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95% of my lobster that I catch ends up on the continent,

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which I think is a crying shame when we import tonnes of lobsters

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There is something not quite right somewhere.

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Today, shellfish took centre stage at a food conference

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as the industry plotted to get more of it onto local dinner tables.

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This culture of cod and chips, that's what we expect from seafood,

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and when the shellfish industry came onto the scene,

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So nothing is being done to promote it locally up to this point.

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Taking shellfish to the people, a mission to win hearts and bellies.

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It doesn't look very appetising, but it does taste beautiful.

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They are missing out on what is on their doorstep.

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This is world`class quality local produce, and the people of East

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Bridlington and Yorkshire should be appreciating and enjoying it.

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And there is a belief that this is about more than just food.

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You come to a place and you remember what was there, and if you come to

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East Yorkshire and you have crab and lobster, at least you will remember.

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Expect to see more of these creatures on local menus

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All part of the campaign to promote the delicacy on our doorstep.

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The Second World War movie filmed in Lincolnshire that's helping to

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Why horses are replacing Tigers at the KC stadium in Hull.

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Don't forget, as the weather gets better, send us a picture. This was

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taken by Chris James. Thank you for that. Good evening, young man.

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Always the bridge in the background. You were spotted on the bike this

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weekend. Did you have a nice trip? I don't know why you don't use the

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bus. I don't know what is so funny about me being on a bike. Let's the

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weather. It is unsettled. Scattered spells of showers. They will be less

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widespread than they have been today. We have had thunderstorms

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with lightning and howl. Here is the reason why. We have a trough of low

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pressure tomorrow. High pressure will build on Wednesday and from

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midweek to Thursday and Friday, and much of the weekend, a lot of fine

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and bright and warm weather is expected. You could see the speckle

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of clouds on the satellite. They have been some meaty showers. There

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is a big one coming through hole right now. There is another swathe

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of showers and run the wash. These will keep going. Torrential

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downpours. They will lose energy overnight, but there will be showers

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left by dawn tomorrow morning. Lowest temperatures at seven or

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eight Celsius. Eight Celsius is 46 Fahrenheit. The sun will rise in the

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morning at 5:04am. There are your tide times. A lot of cloud hosting.

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Still some showers from the overnight period. They will split

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southwards and fizzle out. Sky is bright and from the North with

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sunshine and scattered showers into the afternoon. One or two will be

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heavy, but they will be less widespread. Once we have those gone,

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it will become dry. Let's look at those top temperatures. Coming in at

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around 13 or 14 Celsius. Then from Wednesday, for the rest of the week,

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it is fine, bright and warm. This does not get you out of trouble. I

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went out at six o'clock when the weather show was on just to miss it.

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See you tomorrow. A World War II film made

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in Lincolnshire in 1941 is being re`released to help raise money for

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war veterans and their families. Scenes in One Of Our Aircraft Is

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Missing were filmed in Boston and It's one of a series of war films

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being re`issued to raise money Here's our arts correspondent,

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Anne`Marie Tasker. It's supposed to be wartime Holland,

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but look carefully and Boston Stump In 1941, the town was used to film

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One Of Our Aircraft is missing. You can see the Stump beautifully,

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can't you? Hazel Tomes

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and Jane Kent remember them coming to film the story about a British

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aircrew bailing out over occupied Jane's cousin was among more

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than 100 extras from the town. We were very peeved

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because we didn't get We thought that was a shame `

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why didn't we? They'd been asked to provide I

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don't know how many RAF recruits. There were one or two German

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soldiers wanted, not many, but they had a job to get anyone to volunteer

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because they didn't particularly Boston Swing Bridge,

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patrolled by German soldiers, was the final obstacle as the

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aircrew tried to escape Holland. doubled up for the Dutch

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countryside. The Boston Memorial Hall in Wingate

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hosted a wedding party. Rereleasing

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the film made here is helping raise It makes a massive difference,

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especially with a big`name ` Universal Studios,

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everybody has heard of them. It is really exciting to be linked

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to here in Boston in Lincolnshire. But in the '40s, this film

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was more than just a story. Aviation historians say it was

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a tool for propaganda. You could nearly buy two Lancasters

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with the budget from that film, but in the box office in dollars,

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it did over $600,000. But most importantly,

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the only return they were interested in was a boost in morale

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of the British public. It is hoped this project will raise

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?25,000, in part thanks to Lincolnshire's

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film and wartime heritage. That is great. Let's hope it raises

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plenty of money. Hull City manager Steve Bruce says

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their disappointing end to the Premier League shouldn't affect

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their performance The Tigers lost 2`0 at home to

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Everton at the KC Stadium yesterday, and only finished a couple of

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places above the relegation zone. Their manager says the poor run

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shouldn't carry over into Saturday's final at Wembley ` something

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the Everton manager agrees with. The FA Cup final will look

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after itself, I'm just disappointed with how we've

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limped along for the past few weeks, because some of the performances

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have certainly not been us. It has given the team

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a real tactical know`how, Hull Kingston Rovers earned

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a point with a draw against Salford The Robins in blue led

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at half`time after tries from Kris Welham and Kevin Larroyer,

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but they couldn't hold on. Hull FC were beaten 16`44 by

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Wigan Warriors at the KC Stadium. A try from Gareth Ellis helped

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the black`and`whites to an early lead, but Wigan were

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ultimately the stronger team. Their next match is Derby

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against Hull KR Normally it plays host to

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Premier League football and Super League Rugby, but today

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the KC Stadium in Hull has been home Our reporter, Crispin Rolfe,

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has been to find out more. A ball on a football pitch, hardly

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surprising until you see the hooves. Quickly returning in defence. Jo

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North coming through. This is KC Stadium, posting polo at a football

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arena for the first time ever. For those watching, they would be used

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to seeing something different. Still in play! The play here is

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tremendous. It is something else. Awesome to see them ride into a

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stadium like this. You think it is very different to the grass Apollo

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we are used to. You would normally associate this with football or

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rugby, but this is a ring up all over the first time at KC Stadium.

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It is a once in a generation experience. The pitch is being

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relayed for the first time in 12 years. That is the only reason the

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horses hooves are allowed to get on it. You like the football pitch is

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being replaced at ?1 million, so we thought was the perfect opportunity

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to trash the pitch playing polo won it. It is the sport of princesses ``

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printers, but allows a left`handed Prince William to play with his

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right hand. For others, the tougher challenge is keeping the horses

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fresh. You have to be fit and ready. You can't have much of a break.

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We're not at the KC, Apollo would normally be faster and more furious.

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On a pitch ten times bigger with horses going 30 mph on the ball 100

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mph. It is the fastest team sport in the world. If you have a story we

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should know about, tell us about it. Let's get a recap of the

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national and regional headlines. A video is released which appears to

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show more than a hundred of the missing Nigerian School girls

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kidnapped by Islamic militants. Tomorrow:

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Anti`fracking campaigners set up camp in East Yorkshire and say they

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will stay until practice is banned. Tomorrow's whether:

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A cloudy start in places, brightening up with sunny spells,

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although heavy showers are possible in the afternoon.

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Maximum temperature 14 Celsius. Thank you for your responses on

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fracking. The drilling company involved have repeatedly stated that

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they are absolutely not fracking. A response then Festival. How about

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asking this bunch if they have jobs and are paying taxes or are just

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living off the backs of the rest of us? Who could do with cheaper fuel?

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That was after we saw the protesters. The Luddites protesting

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finally got real. The future of this country is at stake, and the

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government should encourage this and was the exploration companies to

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escalate this. Mark says when the protesters believe the site, they

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will leave a lot of the tough for us locals to clear up. On the subject

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of cameras in bus lanes, Carol says most of whole's bus lanes are only

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bus lanes for 1.5 hours. It is ridiculous to install cameras which

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will be unused for most of the day. The major problem is motorists who

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never use the bus lanes even when they are permanent. Join me on the

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radio tomorrow if you can. Have a nice evening.

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