06/06/2014 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


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A senior Lincolnshire MP has called for a pact between UKIP and the

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Conservative party. Sir Edw`rd Leigh, MP for Gainsborough, says

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Tory and UKIP candidates shouldn't oppose each other in next ydar's

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general election. He says it's time to "reunite the right" in British

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politics and says the Government should apologise

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The recent success of UKIP hn the local and European elections was

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widely interpreted as a protest full against the main Westminster

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parties. But according to sdnior Conservative Sir Edward Leigh, it is

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his party that has the most to lose if UKIP do well in next year's

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general election. He wants `n informal pact, where the two parties

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would not fight each other hn some seats.

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We have to reunite the right. A formal pact may be impossible, but

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an informal arrangement, cotpled with the fact that we reasstre our

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traditional voters that we really are conservative. We are re`lly

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going to deliver a referendtm and all the other things they c`re

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about. In particular, stopphng mass immigration. And I think we've got a

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chance of winning the gener`l election.

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Bill and Sandra Warwick are conservative voters who livd in Sir

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Edward Leigh's Gainsborough constituency. How do they fdel about

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the Tories forming an alliance with UKIP?

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I think that Farage is putthng on an image that is not suitable for

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politics. That's my opinion. So you do not think that David

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Cameron should do a deal with him ? Not at all.

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He likes his beer and likes his cigars. He doesn't seem serhous

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Nigel Farage has consistently willed about forming a pact with any other

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party. This is what he said. It will not happen. UKIP is a

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different party with a diffdrent manifesto.

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The by`election saw the Conservatives hold onto the seat

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despite a big swing to UKIP. Sir Edward Leigh believes traditional

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Tory voters have been alien`ted by coalition policies, such as same`sex

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marriage. I think it was a listake bringing in same`sex marriage. I

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think a senior minister could at least apologise to our older

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supporters who value old`fashioned traditional marriage.

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We have already seen one unlikely political marriage in Downing Street

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and many will continue to speculate on whether we could see another

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partnership sometime soon. And you can see the full interview

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with Sir Edward Leigh on thhs weekend's Sunday Politics, where

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guests will include the Hull North MP, Diana Johnson, and Cleethorpes

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MP Martin Vickers. A murder investigation has started

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following the death of a 41`year`old man in Scunthorpe. Police wdre

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called to this house on Frodingham Road last night. Two women `nd a man

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have been arrested Lincoln County Hospital says its

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under pressure because too lany patients are turning up at @

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Officials say staff are assdssing patients to see if they can go home,

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so that beds can be freed. They say no single reason is behind the

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increase in patients. The sacrifices made by the `llied

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forces who invaded occupied France, seventy years ago, have been

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remembered at D Day services in Normandy. Veterans from East

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Yorkshire and Lincolnshire have joined political leaders and heads

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of state at acts of remembr`nce Gemma Dawson has been following

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today's events. Remembering a unique moment in

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history... The Queen and leaders from `round

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the world have been meeting the men who took part in D`Day.

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Earlier, Prince Charles chatted with East Yorkshire veterans John and

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Ray, in Normandy to mark 70 years NEWSREEL: The dawn of June 6 comes

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up like thunder I didn't know what you expect, when

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it did happen... Men falling by my side and all that kind of thing

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it's... it wasn't very pleasant There was quite a lot of action

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going on ` tracer bullets and God knows what else. I was on an

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Oerlikon gun, on the starbo`rd side of the ship. And I thought, if I can

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only fire this gun, from Britain, America and C`nada

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arrived in Normandy in France. But the landings had to be postponed

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because of the weather. For Imelda at home in Lincolnshire,

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memories of her D`Day role, when, as a teenager in Ireland, she looked at

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the weather charts and realhsed the Perhaps the wrong word is pride but

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I feel very happy with then and I had a little part at the little Met

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station that had a bearing In Normandy today, the sun was

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shining, as the wartime efforts of let the civil service do thdir

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thing. One of Phillip Larkin's most famous

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poems was performed on a tr`in from Hull to London today to mark its

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50th anniversary. Larkin wrote The Good evening. After a pleas`nt day,

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as he watched brides and grooms Good evening. After a pleas`nt day,

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we start the forecast with ` weather warning. Torrential downpours in

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place tomorrow. Not a cold night. Some clear spells. Temperattres

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could be around 13 or 14 degrees. Some heavy and thundery rain, heavy

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downpours to come. A real mtddy field to the day. On Sunday, still

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the risk of showers. But it will feel pleasant in the sunshine.

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That's all from the late te`m. Look North is back tomorrow

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just after midday ` hope yot can join us then. Bye for now.

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improve to some extent. The showers move away and a fresh appeal to

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things. Good evening. The good news is,

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there will be some decent dry on a sunny moment to come through the

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weekend. But over the next 24 hours, the threat of thunderstorms

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looms large. The ingredients have been coming together today - warm

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air pushing northwards out of Iberia, cooler air from the Atlantic

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trying to pushed away. In between the cloud has been building with a

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lot of energy in the atmosphere sparking off some nasty

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thunderstorms across parts of northern Spain and south-west

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France. They will produce most of the rainfall tomorrow. Ahead of it,

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the cloud is starting to produce thunderstorms itself. We've seen in

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Cornwall. A few sporadic thunderstorms across central and

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southern areas and towards Northern Ireland through

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