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Now on BBC One it's time for the news where you are.
The lowest paid workers at Hull City Council are still not
being paid the living wage more than a year after the authority said it
Senior councillors say unions didn't want the issue included in pay
negotiations, but union officials say it should be introduced.
The GMB union protesting in Hull today, part
of a campaign to encourage retailer Next to pay workers a living wage.
They warned Hull City Council could be next.
The GMB is nationally campaigning against Next,
and local authorities and other multinational companies who are
Some of them are avoiding paying tax and not paying their workface
Employers are obliged by law to pay the minimum wage,
A living wage, which is based on the basic cost
117 local councils have agreed to pay the living wage to
their employees and just over one year ago, Hull City Council said it
The commitment from ourselves as the Labour administration is to uplift
the lowest paid staff in Hull, which is the right thing to do and
14 months on, and with the cost of living
continuing to rise, the authority still hasn't brought in the policy.
The union has asked us to take that particular part of the terms and
conditions proposal off the table and it is not as daft as it sounds
because what they are saying is that most people would have benefited
from that increase that we are proposing.
to lose working family tax credits with a partial implementation
so they have asked us to take it off the table and bring it back
when we are in a position to implement it in full.
The GMB maintain the living wage is needed but accept
That may be an unfortunate situation but that
When you get to a threshold, there are always winners and losers and
that may well be the case but for the vast majority of people, they
Both the unions and the council agree that the
But many of those who work in the lowest paid jobs with
the authority will be wondering just how long it will take.
Campaigners fighting to stop 30 Lincolnshire libraries from being
run by volunteers rather than the council have set up a fighting fund.
Save Our Lincolnshire Libraries Group is going to court in July to
They've received a donation of ?1,000.
Lincolnshire County Council says the changes will save ?2 million
In Rugby League, Hull FC ended a run of four straight
defeats as they won away at the London Broncos this afternoon.
Callum Lancaster and Joe Westerman scored two tries each
It was Hull's first away win for nine months.
Hull Kingston Rovers can move into the top eight in Super League
The Robins are unbeaten in their last three matches and scored nine
tries during last week's win over the London Broncos, but they're
aware how difficult tomorrow's trip to Castleford will be.
They are a little Jack in the box, to be honest.
Fourth at the minute, playing outstanding rugby because they are
playing smart, great completion rates, don't miss many tackles.
Don't give away many penalties and if they have got
the ball all the time, they are going to score and play well.
They have scored some surprise wins and no one can knock them
because they deserve to be where they are and we know it is going to
Lincolnshire rider Guy Martin has finished second in the TT Superbike
race on the Isle of Man this afternoon.
Michael Dunlop from Northern Ireland was the winner of the 226`mile race.
It was Guy Martin's 14th podium finish and he says he has no
complaints after being beaten by his younger rival.
I will go to bed tonight, I could not have done any more.
I was having moments, front end, sliding in the rear,
it is not like, I should have done this, could have done that.
If ifs and buts were pots and pans we would all be scrap
As we head to this evening, a fair bit of cloud, the odd risk of
shower but for most it will be dry and overnight will have variable
Where we have clearer skies, temperatures will drop
There could be a little bit of mist tomorrow morning.
Tomorrow morning has a fine start, dry, bright, plenty of sunshine,
the further towards the coast you are you will hold onto
Hello. So far, so good. Most of us have had a dry start of the weekend.
Some of us will be turning wetter tomorrow. For that change we look to
the far north-west of the UK. Overnight into western Scotland,
thicker cloud. Patchy hybrids of rain moving in. Some of that
reaching Northern Ireland late in the night. Elsewhere, dry. Where you
are clear, you will see some patchy mist and fog developing.
Temperatures just over a single figures. There will be a different
look to the weather across the western side of the UK. Western
coast 's of England and Wales, so much sunshine today. More cloud
around, maybe a hint of drizzle. In the evening we will start to see our
bricks of rain. Central and eastern England will see a fair amount of
morning sunshine. Southern and eastern Scotland, a dry start. For
Northern Ireland and western Scotland, not just goal, but rampant
places to begin the day. Easier when you have rain, the temperature held
down. There will be low is in the rain, especially in Northern
Ireland. In the afternoon we'll see