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UKIP's new councillor's celebrate as they take seats across Hull

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I'm live in Grimsby where UKIP have taken seven out of 15 seats.

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Today's result is a fantastic accumulation of tenures of work.

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The teenage boy who took his own life because he was bullied online.

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The 4`star Hotel Break for college students.

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You get to go there with all of your friends.

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Flash floods, thunder and lightning. Today, the clearer about torrential

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rain. And the team hoping to travel more than 400 mph to set a new world

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record. And a soggy start to the bank

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holiday weekend, but it should gradually improved. I will be back

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later in the programme with all the details.

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UKIP is celebrating big successes in the local elections

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after winning eight seats locally in yesterday's polls.

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In Hull they won one seat, beating one of Labour's most long

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But their biggest gains have come in North East Lincolnshire where

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Labour remain in overall control in Hull and Lincoln,

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but they've now lost control of North East Lincolnshire.

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Our Political Editor, Tim Iredale, is in Grimsby tonight.

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How much of a surprise is this showing by UKIP?

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Well, I have been out on the campaign trail across Lincolnshire

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and east Yorkshire in the past few weeks and it has been cleared,

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speaking to voters, that they wanted to give the established parties are

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good kicking. There will be some who say UKIP still do not have any

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direct power in our every outcome any other words the door not

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actually run `` in our area, in other words they do not actually run

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any of our councils, but they certainly have their opponents

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running scared. Meet the new kids on the block.

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UKIP's success has seen the party secure a solid power base in North

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East Lincolnshire. I think today's result is a fantastically with ``

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fantastic attenuation of ten years of work.

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The fruitcakes have come home! The result sees Labour dropped to 21

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seats on North East Lincolnshire Council. The Conservatives are down

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to ten seats, with UKIP now boasting eight councillors on the authority.

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The Liberal Democrats have three. UKIP I think will be a temporary

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phenomenon that will split and the divide on the council, and possibly

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even in Europe. The interesting thing about this election is the

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fact that the electorate has said to both main parties, a plague on both

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your houses. For people like me, who have long

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been Eurosceptics even before the word was invented, it confirms our

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view that people are very disconnected from the whole process,

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particularly the fact that Europe is seen as a distant organisation going

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against what the British people, and in some cases the British

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government, want. Last night saw Labour retain control

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of Hull City Council. UKIP's share of the vote was more than 25% of the

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vote, but that only resulted in them winning a one seat from the veteran

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Labour councillor David Gemmill, who had served on the authority for 26

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years. What do you make to the swing ``

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make of the swing towards UKIP version macro `` towards UKIP?

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There is certainly a swing across the country and all edition should

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take note. It tells you, it is a symptom of something that the public

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are not happy with. Labour also kept control of the city

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of Lincoln Council after gaining two Micro seats from the Conservatives.

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So, a mixture of celebration and commiseration after the local

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elections. For some, the excitement was all too much.

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Tim, do these results tell us anything about what we might expect

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on Sunday when we find out the results of the European elections?

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Yes, I managed to get some sleep first, like that last bloke, but it

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does seem a given now that UKIP will do well in the European elections.

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The votes are counted on Sunday night. There is one crumb of comfort

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this evening to UKIP's opponents, and that is that only one third of

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voters turned out in yesterday's elections. That is around half of

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that which would normally turn out in a general election. Some will say

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that voters have not necessarily switched allegiances, they just have

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not bothered to turn out to vote at all.

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Earlier this afternoon I spoke to Victoria Ayling, I UKIP `` single

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Michael UKIP councillor, and I asked why they had done so well in North

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East Lincolnshire. I think it is because everyone in the country, not

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just in Grimsby, are sick to the teeth of the three main parties

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selling them down the river. We are fed up with the lies, the

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same old spin, and the UKIP have common`sense policies and people who

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want to make a difference to bring this country forward again.

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I assume you will agree that a lot of these people who voted UKIP did

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it just to send a message. What percentage of these people will vote

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UKIP at the next election? No, it is not just a message. They

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realise we are forced to be reckoned with to turn this country around and

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get our country back for our people. This is not a flash in pan.

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We are a year away from the general election, number crunching has been

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done today, they reckon that Nigel Farage is right when he says that

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Grimsby is winnable as I UKIP seat one year from now and you will be

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the candidate. There has been no selection so I

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cannot comment. In North East Lincolnshire UKIP got 36% of the

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vote today. If it is you, and it is assumed it

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will become is it awkward? Four years ago you were wondering

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around the streets as a conservative.

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Is that not confusing for people? As I say, there has been no

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selection so I cannot comment on who the candidate is. All I can say is I

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am interested and that is it. Grimsby has gone well, and you have

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taken votes away from Labour. What do you think the average UKIP

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supporter stands for, and what do they want? We know what David

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Cameron thinks, closet racists and fruitcakes. What does the average

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person think and want? The average person wants a change

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with the party that will change things in this country for the

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better run to stop the downward spiral into the European Union and

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into the clutches of professional politicians, who have let us all

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down so much for years, whichever party it is. But David Cameron has

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promised a referendum on Europe. He has given a cast iron guarantee.

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UKIP's work is done, we do not need them any more, do we?

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No, David Cameron is not to be trusted. He reneged on the Lisbon

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Treaty referendum, that did not happen. But that was different, he

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has given a cast iron guarantee this time.

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I cast I guarantee from David Cameron or any of the main parties,

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voters realise it is not worth the paper is written on. There is only

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one way to get us out of Europe and to get our country back on its

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feet, and that is to vote UKIP. Anything else is a wasted vote for

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the same old system sucking us further into Europe. Cameron will

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not deliver, and even if we had a referendum it would be a fudge,

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because he has said he will campaign for a yes vote. Who can trust a man

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like that? Fast forward one year.

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Will you be, Victoria Ayling, UKIP MP? Or will it be eyed UKIP MP,

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someone else if not you, in Grimsby? There will be a UKIP MP in Grimsby,

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I believe that. Whether it is me or someone else, purely because the

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people of Grimsby and Cleethorpes have woken up, along with many in

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this country, that they can have a difference, they can get our country

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back and have a party that puts them first. This has proved it. Last year

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it proved it with council elections then. This is not a flash in the

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pan. Thank you for your time.

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There we are, an important day, seats for UKIP in Grimsby today, and

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we would be keen to get your thoughts on this one.

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Are you surprised that the results? Why has UKIP done so well?

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Please e`mail us at the address below.

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Give us your views on what you have heard from the local elections. As I

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say, UKIP has done well in north`eastern indenture and also

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Hull. Austin Mitchell there saying that UKIP are temporary phenomenon,

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do you agree with that? Thank you for watching this Friday

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night come in a moment of... Bringing the salmon back to East

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Yorks's rivers by leaving the lock gates open.

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A coroner has ruled a 17`year`old boy from Lincolnshire killed

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themselves after receiving file and threats on Facebook. Callum

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Moody`Chapman was found dead last regatta going missing from his aunt

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's home. In yours before he went missing he had read messages from a

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boy on Facebook saying he would be stabbed and beaten.

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Callum Moody`Chapman was described as a happy`go`lucky boy who put his

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family and others before himself. You would never meet another boy

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like him. If he got into trouble at school, he would not be in trouble

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for long because he knew how to work his charm. You know, he was...

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Unbelievable. But, one weekend last December, his life was turned upside

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down when he read threats to stab and beat him on Facebook.

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He was so troubled by it, a coroner decided, he killed himself. After

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today's hearing, his mum and dad said cyber bullying had taken their

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son's life. I would say to parents, I know you

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do not like to be nosy and look into your child's personal accounts or

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whatever. But you have to look out for the signs. The cyber bullying

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that is going on at the moment, it is rife, it really is. There are

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people out there that do it. They use Facebook as a weapon, not for

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what it should be used, for friends and genuine chat.

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The evidence's Callum `` the evidence Callum's family heard had

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been harrowing. On the night he died, he came here to the harbour,

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crying and sobbing he made two phone calls.

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One was to his older brother, Robert, saying he had messed up his

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life and he was sorry, and asked him to say goodbye to his niece. The

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second was to his father, Kevin, saying, simply, dad, I love you.

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117`year`old boy who cannot be named for legal reasons earlier this year

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pleaded guilty to charges of assault and fences under the malicious

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Communications act. A man has been charged with murder

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following a shooting at Melton in East Yorks on Tuesday night.

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30 age old Jonathan Smith from gunshot widths. 54`year`old Peter

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Guy from Milton will appear before magistrates tomorrow morning charged

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with his murder. A 15`year`old boy has been charged with assault and a

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third man released on police bail. A Hull academy is rewarding GCSE

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students who attend extra revision classes with trips to

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a 4 star hotel for a weekend Sirius Academy, which is rated

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as outstanding takes around 80 Academies are independently run

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and have more control over budgets. But anti`academy campaigners have

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described these weekends away It is a stressful time of year for

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thousands of teenagers, and like many schools at Sirius Academy in

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Hull they put on extra revision sessions. Your legal even further,

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rewarding some of those attending these classes with a stay at a hotel

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for a weekend of learning. Although the intense work we have

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done in the exam I just threw it. You get stressed and tired, to go

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and sit with your friends. You could do this at home with your friends,

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could you not ration might know, at home I would not have the

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motivation. The academy runs two of these

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residential ploys of `` residential is every year to around 40 pupils.

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Since 2009 they have used hotels in Hull, Scarborough, York and North

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Lincolnshire. Peace `` these days are a reward for

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good attendance and hard work, things like queue jump passes or

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special weekends away. Some people would say picking kids up in a hotel

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is a waste of public money. I disagree, because we have had a

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huge impact in terms of performance with our children being able to be

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given that last`minute revision with the support of a qualified member of

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staff. In 2009, 20 9% of pupils achieved

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five a star to C grades. At figure has risen to 25% `` 65%.

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Some argue it is an unnecessary expense.

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It sounds like a bribe. We now have these elite schools with extra

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finance and extra cash, and that is great for them but it does nothing

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for an equitable system. Opening at weekends for revision and

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these trips away costs around ?5,000 per year, and those here say it has

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helped boost grades. Another one you may wish to comment

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on, if you do, let me know, here are the contact details...

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The school says it is a good way to boost grades, do you agree?

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I look forward to hearing from you, as always.

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It is exactly 6:45pm, Friday night on BBC One. Still ahead... Hoping to

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set a new record for the fastest motor cycle in the world.

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It will be the first 400 mph record on two wheels, it has never been

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done before. As Britain has not held the record since 1937, that is far

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too long, we need that record back. If you have a picture you are proud

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of, please send it in and we will show it next week.

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Tonight's was taken by Mike Woodcock of wooden in North Lincolnshire.

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Like you for that. I am pleased to say you have put

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Sunita Darren. I thought you preferred blondes!

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That is what we always said. She is more polite and less cheeky

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than you come anyway. Some very unsettled weather to come

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through tomorrow, but an improvement through the bank holiday weekend. A

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lot of uncertainty about Monday still but it does look like the

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warmest and brightest day. Tomorrow will be thundery with

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showers from the south. This is courtesy of this area of low

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pressure, very unsettled weather tomorrow. It has been quite pleasant

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today, but some showers just creeping into part of North East

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Lincolnshire and some thunder. There is a risk anywhere of some showers

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into this evening, diminishing across the evening. A dry night with

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clear spells at first, more cloud later. It will not be called,

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temperatures down around ten or 11 Celsius. `` it will not be cold. The

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sun will rise in the morning at 4:47am setting at 9:10pm tomorrow

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evening. We start the day with a lot of cloud

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and we will start to see showery outbreaks of rain spreading into

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Lincolnshire. They will be heavy and persistent in

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places, perhaps again rumble of thunder, tending to ease later in

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the day. We could get quite wet spells at

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times, very large puddles again, and local surface water flooding as

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possible. Temperatures getting up to around 15 or 16 Celsius, cooler than

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today in Hull where we got around 20. On Sunday, starting on a damp

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zero but we should see an improvement, saw a dry day to come

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on Sunday. Some uncertainty about the forecast on Monday, some heavy

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showers for Lincolnshire but generally dry and bright with some

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sunshine and feeling warm. You have changed, I used to look forward to

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Fridays, now I look forward to Monday to Thursday.

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There is a special treat for you because I am on Monday to Friday

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next week, Peter. Don't tell me he has gone on holiday

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again! No, he has gone for more weather

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training, actually. It is a bit late for that!

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See you later. Homeowners is `` homeowners and

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business owners in parts of linkage today have been clearing up after

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flash flooding. Emergency services received more than 30 calls about

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damage caused by flooding and lightning.

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Some had a lucky escape. Wednesfield community School in

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keeping Saint James, deep in water. Here, headteachers and staff trying

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to clear corridors after a monsoon like a storm. It was like bucket

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after bucketload of water was pouring through the ceiling.

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Having walked in, I was horrified to see such a depth of water in the

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school, fast spreading. It took less than one hour for heavy

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rain to overwhelm roads here. Emergency services to 34 columns of

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flooding, 25 incidents attended. The road in which my partner lives

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was flooded to about a foot deep for maybe a quarter of a mile. We

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gritted our teeth and get the engine running and got home.

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The building behind me had its roof completely destroyed by a lightning

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strike in what people have described to me as one heck of a storm.

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We have been your 25 years and I have never known anything like it.

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The house was actually shaking. My son said a lightning bolt hit the

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aerial and there was a flash of yellow light, then the tiles on the

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roof lifted and fell back down. Some of them fell off and some were still

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hanging. One tenant missed the boat by

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minutes. Another was still in the building but was unhurt.

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This is my bedroom here, that window there, all of the ceiling is all

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collapsed over my bed. If I was lying in my bed, that would have all

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come down on top of me. There was a massive hole just in the ceiling. It

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is just huge, there is nothing left of it. I mean... Everything is gone.

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Every single light socket, plug socket, lamp, everything has just

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blown off the walls. A flash storm that made its impact

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in minutes will take months to put right.

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Let us hope that salmon could return to the rivers of East Yorkshire.

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The Barmby Barrage near Goole is being opened to allow the fish

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And as our Rural Affairs Correspondent Paul Murphy reports,

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it could also provide a boost to the local economy.

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For 40 years, these gates have protected drinking water in the

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River Derwent from salt water in the river whose. Now there been

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carefully opened just a few hours every day. `` River Ouse. Soon

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someone will be able to migrate upstream into East and North Yorks.

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The lock behind us has been opened on a four hour basis to allow the

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animals to get up and do what they want to do in this brilliant

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watercourse. A year or two back we opened it for an hour and within a

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short period there were salmon spawning below Helmsley.

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The River Derwent runs from the North York murderers don't East

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Yorkshire and into the River Ouse. It is Yorks's largest river system

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covering 800 square miles. `` the North York Moors.

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It is this will add more than ?12 million to local economies.

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The salmon is arguably the most highly prized and iconic of fishes,

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and although it could be several years before its presences fully

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felt on the Derwent, there is reason to believe communities along the

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stand to benefit. The Derwent runs along the edge of

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East Yorkshire and are sometimes overlooked, salted anglers and

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tourists be spending more time and money there? `` so could anglers?

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It would help if people need accommodation, camping facilities,

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it could help. As I say, it would have to be really well promoted.

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In other parts of the country, these highly prized fish attract quite an

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audience. In opening its doors for business, the Derwent is hoping for

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similar success. Garreth Carvell will be out for a

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month because of knee surgery. The Black and Whites travel to Leeds

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rhinos this evening for their first match after their defeat to Hull KR

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at the weekend. Hull KR face the London Broncos on

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Sunday. BBC Radio Humberside will have

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commentary or both of those matches starting with the build`up of Hull

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FC Basel micrometre. Hull KR's game is on FM and also online from 2:30pm

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on Sunday. `` the build`up of Hull FC's game.

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A team hoping to break the world land speed record on the fastest two

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wheeled vehicle in the world,have been testing it near Pocklington.

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It's hoped Jet Reaction will beat the 376 mph record later this year.

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It may look more like a missile, but this could soon hold the title

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of fastest motorcycle in the world. This is Jet Reaction `

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testing at Elvington Airfield. months away from potentially going

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faster than anything else on two wheels in history.

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The designers are thrust powered two wheeler, that is innovative because

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the other contenders are using more regular means to power their

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vehicles. The world record for two wheeled

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vehicle stands at 376 mph, set by an American in 2010. That is the record

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the team are hoping to smash, to break through the 400 mph barrier

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and bring that record back to Britain for the first time since

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before the Second World War. Parachutes, parachutes,

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parachutes... Among the team is Phil Evans from

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Grimsby. on two wheels in history.

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He was part of Thrust SSC, the first car ever to break

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the sound barrier in 1997. I was privileged to be involved by

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Ken Hinchey 97, that was the first car to set the supersonic record,

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and we are working to establish what will be the fourth `` first 400 mph

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record on two wheels. As Britain has not held the record since 1937, that

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is far too long, we need that record back.

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the sound barrier in 1997. The bike is thrust forward thanks to

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a modified jet engine taken from a Sea King search

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and rescue helicopter, and fitted with an afterburner.

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But none of this comes cheap. We are still desperately searching

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for sponsorship because obviously defines this and go to America is a

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struggle on a personal budget. It takes a lot to make it happen, and

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in a way that is why when it was finally happen it is so deserved.

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But none of this comes cheap. The team's hoping to make the record

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breaking run at the Bonneville salt flats in Utah later this year.

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A chance to bring home a record they say has been out

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of British hands for too long. That looks good, doesn't it?

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Let's have a recap of the main national and regional headlines...

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UKIP and labour make the biggest gains in the local elections.

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In north`east Lincolnshire, UKIP take almost half of the available

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seats. Tomorrow's weather cloudy day with spells of rain, heavy and

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persist, top temperature 16 Celsius in the afternoon.

:26:49.:26:55.

Talking about that Hull Academy, Sirius Academy, rewarding GCSE

:26:56.:27:00.

students with a trip to Waddell. A big response so far. Everyone has

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been in favour I have read. Alison says the ends justify the

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means. Doctor Kathy Taylor has gained outstanding by Ofsted in all

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areas. Children should be rewarded for hard work. Jason says it is OK

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to send young offenders on holiday so why not give kids who have done

:27:18.:27:23.

well at chance for a break? This one, why not? Good luck to

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them. Carroll says, anything to reward

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pupils to work harder, achieving good grades should be welcomed.

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Well done, Sirius Academy. Thank you for all of your messages

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are not just tonight but throughout the week. Have a good and peaceful

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weekend and the gap to yourself. See you next week, take a. Good

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night. Let's look at the history

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of BBC TWO with me, Simon Schama. 'Harry And Paul's

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Story Of The 2s - part of 'the Big Bumper Bank Holiday

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Comedy 50th Birthday Weekend.' Ted, I wondered if...

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I'm not interested part of the big bumper bank holiday

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comedy 50th birthday weekend.

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