22/05/2014 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


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start to the weekend, some sunshine filtering through. By Monday feeling

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warm for all. Good evening and welcome to

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BBC Look North. The family of a woman from Hull call

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for the investigation into her death to be reopened, after a coroner says

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it can't be proven it was suicide. She deserves justice. Never should

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have to go through what our family went through, nobody should have to

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go through what Becky went through. Polling stations open

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in local elections across I will be live, looking forward to a

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busy night. A film shot in North East

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Lincolnshire is shown at the world's And there is some torrential rain at

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the moment. The very latest coming up shortly.

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The family of a young woman from Hull who suffered years of domestic

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abuse are calling on the police to continue investigating her death.

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Becky Day, who was 23, was found hanged in her flat in December.

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But today Hull's Assistant Coroner recorded an open verdict `

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saying their wasn't enough evidence to prove Becky intended to commit

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Her boyfriend was arrested on suspicion of her murder, but was

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Becky Day ` described as a happy outgoing girl who was fiercely

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At her inquest today, her family, supporting one another, heard how

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she suffered physical abuse at the hands of her boyfriend.

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Back at home, Becky's father told me he would never believe

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Our lives will never be the same again. No parent should ever have to

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bury a child. To hear the abuse my daughters suffered breaks my heart,

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because it is my job to protect my daughter. That is what you are meant

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to do. It is your one job in life, to protect your daughter. Nobody

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should have to go through what Becky went through.

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Police found Becky critically injured at her home in Peel Place,

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Her ex`boyfriend Liam Scott was arrested on suspicion of murder

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The physical evidence investigated so far does not suggest anybody else

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is responsible for Becky's death. So no evidence to suggest that Liam

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Scott murdered Becky? No, there isn't.

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The pair started a three`year relationship in 2010.

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In September 2013, Scott was sent to prison for breaking Becky's nose.

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In the early hours of December 29th, 2013, he told police he found Becky

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This system coroner said that was not enough evidence to show that

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Becky intended to take her life. I am hoping that more evidence will

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Phil is now growing blue flowers, Becky's favourite colour,

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to lay on her grave ` in tribute to a much loved and missed daughter.

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I spoke to Jane Keeper from the domestic violence charity Refuge.

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She told me too many women like Rebecca end up losing their lives.

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It is terrible news. Another victim of domestic violence has lost her

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life. I would like to send my condolences to her family. Do the

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police treat domestic violence seriously enough? No, but they

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aren't sufficiently trained to treat domestic violence victims

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appropriately and to understand what the risks are and how best to

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protect victims. Do as neighbours, friends, acquaintances often turn a

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blind eye brother and getting involved when we hear things which

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ring alarm bells `` turn a blind eye rather than getting involved. There

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was a huge need for public campaigns. Everybody knows the

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victim of domestic violence. We should be trained to know who to

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turn to and what to do. Why do victims of domestic violence often

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put up with it for so long and let that relationship continue? I am not

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sure that they do. The most dangerous thing a domestic violence

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victim can do is walk out the door. That is when most of the murders

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take place. Domestic violence victims call refuge, the domestic

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violence charity, all day and every day to get help. Very briefly,

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message to anybody who is in a abusive relationship. The messages,

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you are not alone, no matter what your abuser is saying. There is life

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after domestic violence. Call the National domestic violence

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helpline, get help. Very good to talk with you. Thank you so much.

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There are calls from teachers to add mental health

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We cannot ignore the crisis that is happening all about those. Schools

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need to be part of the solution for young people rather than part of the

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A gun crime specialist is calling on the government to improve gun

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It follows the death of a man in a firearms incident in Melton

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Three people, including one man who was stabbed at the scene,

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A third day of investigation after a man was fatally shot here at this

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Melton Old Road home on Tuesday evening. Today, officers reassuring

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the community and pupils at the nearby South Hunsley School that

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South Hunsley School that this was an isolated family dispute.

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We've been deployed here to conduct high visibility patrol,

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an isolated incident and to give people peace of mind. What's been

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involved here was licensed, but just how common is gun`related

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back to 1995. However, firearms offences themselves are decreasing `

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down 50% over the last five years to just over 5,000, with the Humberside

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Policing Area reporting just 43 offences last year compared to 387

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in Greater Manchester ` the highest figure for England and Wales.

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However, firearms offences themselves are decreasing ` down 50%

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. When more people have guns, you work in relating weapons in the home

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where they are least secure. I think we should invest more time and

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effort and energy in the monitoring of the safety of weapons in the

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home. That is where they are most likely to be stolen if they are not

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kept securely and where they are most likely to be misused by their

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legal owners. Three people still remain in custody. The police are

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still to identify a man shot dead here, at the heart of this

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investigation. In macro Lincolnshire Fire and rescue service said a

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number of properties have been flooded in South Lincolnshire in the

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last few hours. They started getting calls at about half past four after

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heavy showers. This picture shows roads affected their in market

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deepening. Polling stations are open

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across East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, for voting

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in three local council elections. 11 seats in the European Parliament

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are also up for grabs. Tim Iredale is live in the council

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chamber at The Guildhall in Hull. When are we likely to get

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the results? We expect the results to start

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coming in after midnight. A third of the council seats here on

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Hull City Council will be decided As well as Hull, elections have been

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taking place in Lincoln and The votes will be counted in Lincoln

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tonight, but North East Lincolnshire won't begin counting

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until tomorrow lunchtime. Voters across East Yorkshire

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and Lincolnshire have also been voting today in the

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European Parliament elections. Those ballot papers kept under

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lock and key until Sunday and the Polling station are open tonight

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until ten o'clock, so there is still plenty of time to

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vote if you haven't voted already. There will be

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a special results programme tonight We'll have regular updates

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from counts across Yorkshire The public are being warned not to

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approach a man who has escaped from an institution in Doncaster. Police

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believe he may try to travel to family in the Hull area. Police are

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if you see him, call 999. A former cinema in Hull which

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was bombed during World War 2 has The national picture house has been

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derelict for more than 70 years, and, although it's already

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a listed heritage site, there has been a longstanding campaign to make

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sure it's preserved. But now

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its future remains uncertain, For more than 70 Years,

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this is how the former picture house has stood.

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Since taking a direct hit by the Since taking a direct hit

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by the Luftwaffe in the Second World those who died in Hull. But a

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long`running campaign wants to turn But a long`running campaign wants to

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turn it into a permanent memorial. A bomb blew out a lot of the

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building, but still left a lot of the front intact. Campaigners have

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had difficulty acquiring the site. It is currently in the hands of a

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private owner, who is only selling or leasing certain parts. There were

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three bidders battling it out, but the bid tried up at ?57,000. The

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auctioneer revealed it was ?1000 away from being able to sell. The

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vendors did bring the reserve down a bit. We came very close, within a

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couple of thousand pounds. Eddie a deal will be done after the auction.

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So more uncertainty. Those who live nearby have mixed views on what the

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future should hold for the site. Another is a lot of heritage plans,

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and that would be a good idea. Something pretty because it doesn't

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look very pretty as you walk past. Somebody was going to make into

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museum. Waste of time. The council has previously offered to buy the

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site. We have been unable to contact the owner, despite numerous

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attempts. Should efforts be made to preserve

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the building? If you want to be in touch, here are the details.

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A film shot in North East Lincolnshire is shown at the world's

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It is overwhelming. I will never get bored of this. It will always be

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overwhelming. Ian Lyall's sunset at Brough Haven

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as the ship Cemsky makes Thank you for that. Good evening.

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How are you? Very well. A couple of e`mails.

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Brilliant forecast, I have never seen red blanket.

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Self praise is no good. You got the forecast right, we will

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make a note of it. The warning is one of very heavy

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rain. There have been some torrential downpours working through

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Lincolnshire and it has crossed the Humber. There has been heavy rain in

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Hull area. It will slowly inched away northwards. Tomorrow, generally

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a better day. Low pressure on the scene. A slow improvement expected

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with showers becoming more isolated. Bank holiday Monday looks like a

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nice day with sunshine. If you like your golf, you probably saw

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Wentworth was treated to a monsoon this morning. It is the same rain

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that has gone through Lincoln and it is heading north of the Humber. The

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rain gradually losing its intensity. Further thundery showers

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pushing in from the south. Overnight thundery showers to clear

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out of the way but skies should brighten a little bit. The risk of a

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few heavy showers, but I think the focus is to the west. A few in

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Weston Park but it may be towards the coast. Top temperatures ranging

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from 14 in Bridlington to 17 or 18 further south. Heavy downpours on

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Saturday but it gradually improves on Sunday.

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Is a bit soggy for anybody playing God tomorrow, is it?

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I am playing golf tomorrow, you are right.

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Traditional academic subjects like maths, creative ones like art,

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All seen as part of a well rounded education.

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Now one school in Lincolnshire has joined those

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calling for mental health education to be added to the list.

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They say it's an increasingly important subject with the modern

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Others argue the topic should be left out of the classroom.

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At Thomas Cowley High School in Donington,

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a special assembly for pupils about self esteem and body confidence.

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It's part of the school's mental health strategy.

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But it's not a mandatory subject on the national curriculum.

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Senior management here want the Government to change that.

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We need it because we are living through something of a crisis in

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towns of mental health teenagers. Schools need to be part of the

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solution rather than part of the problem.

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Around three children in every class suffer from a

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And nearly 80,000 children and young people suffer

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I think they ship teach it in school because you can find everything out

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on Google but it is not always true. It would be important for some

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people but not everyone has the same problems.

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The Government says the curriculum gives teachers

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the freedom to address issues that meet the needs of pupils,

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Campaigners feel that doesnt go far enough.

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Others say the subject has no place in school at all.

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Schools have a big enough job and a very important job to teach the

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children the subject of the curriculum. If schools are concerned

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about mental health, of course they have mental health issues, they

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should refer to the health service. Is the role of schools just to be

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there to pass exams or should it be about more? About developing

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character and building resistance and resilience? I think it is

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something that is on the radar of the Department of education, but it

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For now, it remains down to individual schools like Thomas

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Cowley to take the initiative on how or if they teach the subject.

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For campaigners the worry is that means some children will miss out.

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Councillors have voted in favour of an extension to a drinking ban in

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Boston, there has been a partial ban since 2007 but police are only able

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to act if there's been a complaint about antisocial behaviour.

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New laws next year could allow for a total ban on drinking alcohol

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in public with a one thousand pound fine for offenders.

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Thank you to everyone who got in contact with us on this story.

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It's more than 40 years since steam trains were in regular

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service but now at the Tata steel factory in Scunthorpe work has begun

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All of the six original P2 class engines were scrapped but a group

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of enthusiasts refused to let the story end there.

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The construction got under way with the cutting of giant pieces of metal

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The torch still burns for the sea of age. It is a slightly nervous time

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when you see the finished product begin to appear, there is a great

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sense of satisfaction. These steel plate are being cut to form the

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friends of a new locomotive. They will hold everything else in place.

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In this case, the everything else is really special. The P2 was enormous.

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They were scrapped. They were designed by Sir Nigel Gresley. It

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fell to his grandson to play midwife this morning. He would never have

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imagined that 70 years later, someone would start another one,

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would he? Absolutely not, but he would be very excited. It indicates

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the enormous esteem in which he was held. This process, or something

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less mechanised, used to go on opened and a country that still

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works, including in Doncaster. The birth of a brand`new steam engine is

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a very rare thing. On this scale, it is truly a journey into the unknown.

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This is going to be part of a steam engine. This is number 2007 in

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existence. That is right. It formally exists, as of now. I can in

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newborn, it will be a while before it grows up. It needs an estimated

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seven years and ?5 million before it reaches adulthood. Just as well and

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that so many people carry a torch. In seven years time, we will show

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you the pictures of the finished product.

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Hull`born singer Joe Longthorne has been diagnosed with throat cancer.

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It's the second time he's been diagnosed with cancer.

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On his website the 58`year`old said he was shocked

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at the news but was 100% confident he will fight the disease.

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He has many family members who still live in the city, and we wish him

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all the best. Hull City defender James Chester is

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set to make his international debut for Wales

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against the Netherlands next month. Chester qualifies through his Welsh

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mother and the cup final scorer will line up in Amsterdam alongside

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Real Madrid's Gareth Bale. An actor from Scunthorpe is

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at the Cannes Film Festival in the south of France,

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promoting a feature film which he Ian Sharp's movie, called Pleasure

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Island, is being screened as part of the festival, where he hopes it will

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be picked up by a major distributor. Tom Brook sent this report

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from Cannes, and it does contain Cannes has had the glamour of Nicole

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Kidman would also Ian Sharpe from Scunthorpe. He is the star of

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pleasure Island, the human drama telling the story of a soldier who

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returns home to Grimsby. For Ian Sharpe,

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movie. One location where Pleasure Island was being screened, he was

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joined by the director, who felt buoyed up by the support he got by

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the community in Pleasure Island because it doesn't

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have a big`name star. The picture did make a favourable impression on

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somebody. I liked it. I stayed until the end. All the Pleasure Island may

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leave the festival without a distribution deal, it is still a win

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win situation. It will advance the careers of those involved and show

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very clearly you can choose a feature film in Grimsby and

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Cleethorpes and earn respect. There has never been a movie boasting

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Grimsby and Cleethorpes, and we purposefully we did that. I hope

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people see it and think, that is a nice beach. The hope is Pleasure

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Island will be screened in local cinemas and beyond from September.

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Well done to Ian. We wish him well. Let's get a recap of the

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national and regional headlines. Ukraine's soldiers suffer their

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biggest loss of life so far after an pro`Russian separatists.

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The family of a woman from Hull call for the police investigation

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If you have any photos of the flooding in Lincolnshire, choppers

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and e`mail. We were talking about the national picture house in Hull.

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Tim says, the site should be made into a memorial for all the people

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of England who lost their lives in the Blitz. Somebody else says, the

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council should get it bought, do something that counts and have it

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ready for 2017. David says, the site should be retained by the

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authorities and become an attraction. Margaret says, pull it

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down, we have a lot of eyesores. Jack says, if the president 's old,

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something should be done with it, it looks scruffy. Thank you for those.

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So you tomorrow. When the first travellers crossed

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America, they were faced with this - from snow-capped mountains

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to arid plains and thick forests. The very nature of the American

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personality was defined. Ray Mears explores

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the land behind the Hollywood legend and discovers the wild that

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made the west.

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