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actor Rick Mayle has died suddenly at the age of 56.

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A two`day`old baby dies aftdr failings at a Lincoln hospital.

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Now his father says the samd mistakes could happen again.

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The only mistake we made was assuming that people were doing

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their jobs properly. I think opportunities are being missed to

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get pregnant women on the correct pregnancy pact. Rail servicds

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suspended as flash floods hhts part of Lincolnshire.

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Anger as deadlines to improve this format it passed by, residents say

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they are still `` there is still an unbearable smell.

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The winner of Britain's got talent is... Collabro.

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What now for the Lincolnshire singer ground winner of Britain's Got

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Talent? The father of a baby who didd

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after failings by Lincoln County Hospital says he's concerned the

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same mistakes could happen `gain. Ian Goddard's son, Bobby,

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was just two days old An inquest heard how staff hnvolved

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in the care of his mother, Kate Burns, didn't monitor her

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properly and didn't spot shd'd Ian agreed to talk to

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BBC Look North. But Kate is still too upset to

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speak about what happened. Bobby Goddard died in his p`rents

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arms at just two days old. Last week, a coroner ruled failings

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in maternity care at Lincoln County His father says

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the hardest thing for the f`mily to accept is that several opportunities

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were missed to spot their son's life Kate took over to Lady and her folic

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acid, she didn't drink or sloke `` vitamin diesel stop the onlx mistake

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we made was that we assumed that people were doing their jobs

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properly. She was wrongly categorised as having a low risk

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pregnancy. When she admitted herself into hospital, six days overdue

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there were delays in Bobby's delivery. In terms of the b`by, if

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the mother is not recognised as having diabetes and approprhately

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managed, the baby could be born to big, could have problems during

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labour and the delivery. Th`t could have longer term consequencds for

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the baby. When Bobby was delivered,

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he wasn't breathing. Staff resuscitated him,

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but he'd suffered brain dam`ge. Nothing could be done to prolong

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his life. The Trust has apologised to Bobby's

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family. a range of new procedures to reduce

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the risk of anything But Ian still has concerns

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for other families. One of the hardest things as a

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father that I have had to do is to explain to my three`year`old, as he

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was then, that he wasn't gohng to be a big brother. I think they are

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still missing opportunities to get pregnant women on the correct

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pregnancy path at the earlidst opportunity.

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Ian is now involved with thd charity Count The Kicks which aims to better

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educate parents on what thex can look out for to help ensure

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He says he, Cate and four`year`old Zak `re

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looking forward, but Bobby will forever be part of their falily

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Thank you for watching. In ` moment on the programme.

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Now there's a call for the Government to help Boston's

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For years, it's brought misdry to those living next to it

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and even now it's closed, a landfill site in East Yorkshire is still

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Residents claim not enough `ction has been taken against the owners

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who have just missed a deadline to grass over the site near Gilberdyke.

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In a moment, I'll find out what the Environment

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Agency is doing about it, btt first our environment correspondent

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Underneath this hill is a hdap of rubbish, and although thhs tip

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in Gilberdyke has closed, complaints about it keep motnting.

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We can sit in our lounge and you can smell it.

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At points, this tip has reached double the legal limit in hdight.

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And it's also led to anger that more hasn't been done by the authorities.

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It is complete frustration that it just keeps dragging on. The

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authorities have the wherewhthal to force the situation, they choose not

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to. In 1974, the site was grantdd

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planning permission for landfill. In December 2011,

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City Plant Ltd took over thd site. After that,

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five legal notices were issted to And in January 2013 the sitd

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stopped receiving general w`ste They have to get tougher and make

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the companies live up to thdir promises. If they don't, thd people

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will go on suffering and th`t is unacceptable.

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And no`one is more familiar with the stink than Kevin Clifford.

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He lives in the shadow of the tip and claims

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the ongoing saga has caused his wife to suffer from severe stress.

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The agency could have done better. They have crossed their fingers and

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hope that things would get better, they have listened to promises the

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operator that have never materialised and I think th`t we are

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well overdue for so much sthffer action.

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We asked City Plant Limited, which runs the site, for a comment,

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Well, East Riding Council h`s told us today that it's trying to resolve

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the problems, but it's the Environment Agdncy who

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has responsibility for landfill sites and Rich`rd

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What they want over the last three years?

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The landfill site stopped rdceiving waste about 18 months ago. Since

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then, they have been working with the operator to try to make sure the

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restoration of the site. Th`t has not taken place in the timely manner

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we expecting. But David Davis MP says you

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promised two years ago to end these Do you accept that you have failed?

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No, it is City Plant Limited's sponsor ability. The agency is

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responsible for not allowing smells, run`off water, contamination of

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land, all of these have been happening for three years. @nd what

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we have done as of March is issued a series of legal notices that acquire

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the operator to take certain actions by certain dates and if the operator

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complies with these notices, by the end of the year the site will be

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restored and in a safe condhtion for the environment and the loc`l..

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Have the Environment Agency not got enough teeth? No, we take these

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matters very seriously and H fairly tough regulator. People that live

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locally that are watching this will see you as particularly tough, you

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say you will force the owners to use sort that by October, given what you

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said two years ago, why shotld people believe you? Yeah like we

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have to give the operator an opportunity to comply. If they

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don't, we have two as did otr next steps which will likely I gtess

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involve prosecution. Then it would be a matter for the courts. How will

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this end? Or, the site will be restored. `` ultimately. If I drive

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past in November, will the smell still be there, yes or no? That is a

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difficult question. That is why I am asking it. You say it is gohng to be

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done by October. You'll rack that is in the hands of City Plant Limited.

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If they comply, then it will be Have you been affected?

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Are you reassured by what you have heard?

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tightly`drawn boundary is stopping future economic growth.

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Ten influential figures will make up the panel.

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Hull City Council says expanding the city's boundaries to pl`ces

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like Willerby and Hedon will attract more investment.

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People living near Gainsborough have been hit by flash flooding following

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The village of Blyton has bden particularly badly affected.

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Several homes and businesses here have been flooded. The first reports

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of flooding came in at around two p.m.. One of the businesses affected

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is this ice cream shop behind me, a family owned business that hs

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flooded because there was an overflow. One of the owners is

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George. Tell us what happendd. We noticed the rain, next thing we know

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it was coming into the shop and within 30 minutes the whole shop was

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flooded. Do you have estimates of how extensive the damages? Well we

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will be closed for a few daxs. I imagine it would be quite bhg. Is

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this something that has happened before? Yes, every time there is a

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lot of rain, it seems to happen I don't think the drainage is right.

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In terms of the monetary cost, any idea how much it'll cost? Wd don't

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know yet, but I imagine it would be a amount. Thank you very much. This

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isn't just a problem affecthng this area, several areas are affdcted.

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The council says 28 streets are affected.

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The majority of these are in Gainsborough, but there `re also

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The council is now distributing sandbags to residents.

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Network Rail has suspended services between Lincoln and Worksop

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because of flooding between Gainsborough and Retford.

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There's also a lot of standhng water on roads.

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If you have been affected, hf you have any photos of the flooding we

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would like to see them. Thank you for watching.

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He was crowed champion in Britain's Got Talent, so wh`t now

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Lincolnshire's Police and Crime Commissioner Alan Hardwick told me

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I haven't had time yet to think what it means.

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He was crowed champion in Britain's Got Talent, so wh`t now

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As you heard of air, a busy weather night.

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28 millimetres in 20 minutes in Gainsborough, about half a lonth's

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worth of rain. A lot of rain. Hardly surprise. More thunderstorms to

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come, and again tomorrow afternoon. Tomorrow afternoon, the showers will

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be more scattered. We still have low pressure in charge of our wdather,

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it is dragging warm and unstable air from the South. Things should settle

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down by Thursday. We have bden dragging in these thunderstorms from

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the near constant. There is the big clump of thunderstorms, the white

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cloud that has moved off from Skegness at about 5:45 p.m.. We are

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now looking down to the South. It is quite a nice evening right `cross

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East or Yorkshire. Fine with warm sunshine. Thunderstorms track North,

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there will be a renewed risk of some localised flooding. It looks like

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most of the thunderstorms whll be clear, or just about Clay, by dawn.

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Temperatures warm, 13 or 14 Celsius. `` just about clear.

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A fine start, a dry start, some mist and fog in places, otherwisd good

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sunshine. Through the afternoon as temperatures rise, we will see a

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further scattering of thunddry downpours. They should move through

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quickly. Quite a few areas will miss them all together and stay dry.

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Fairly warm, temperatures jtst a little above average forward early

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June, highs of 21 Celsius. The good news is that Wednesday, Thursday and

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Friday look warm and dry with some sunshine.

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It is grey because you also tweet and he did about the weather, a

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wonderful tweet, and some torrential bust 2`mac. `` busts. It should have

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said bursts. Last week, you can get your name on the screen. Reread it.

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OK. One in four residents in Boston is

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described as of described as a foreign national. Alan Hardwick

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travelled to London to disctss the need for extra funding. We will hear

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from Alan Hardwick, but first Jake has spent the day in Boston.

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Boston's West Street, where the town's new migrant

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But, away from the streets, the increase in population hs also

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At the Park Academy, two thirds of the pupils ard

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Many will tell you that thex feel there has been a impact on services.

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It is something they have pdrsonal experience of. It is diffictlt to

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get into the doctors. A big impact on school places. Having an impact

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on doctors and hospitals. Today politicians from across the

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East Midlands met in Westminster. They've been focusing

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on the challenges face by services providers, like schools,

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doctors surgeries and the police. Amongst those taking part,

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a representative of Boston Borough Council and Lincolnshire's Police

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and Crime Commissioner. When you have a high level of churn

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in a migrant population, it can be very hard to determine exactly how

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many people are in the town and therefore to access the resources

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you need. The Chair of Boston's Lithu`nian

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community says migrants also deserve decent services as much

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as any other citizen. Paperwork and they pay taxes. The

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money that has been spent, these people have paid taxes.

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Boston Borough Council will hope today's meeting persuades the

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Government that more must bd done to help with the impact of migration.

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After the meeting, Alan Hardwick told me what impact migration is

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having on police resources. We cannot pretend it is not having some

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impact, but the truth is th`t we are coping, we are doing more and more

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with less and less and I hope the Government don't expect us to do

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everything with nothing. But immigration is something th`t we can

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tackle, along with our partners Today's meeting was about

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immigration and its effects in the East Midlands and I can asstre all

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the people of the East Midl`nds including Lincolnshire, that we have

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a very mature and effective partnership of all of the forces to

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deal with things like seriots and organised crime. You hinted that you

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cannot do everything with nothing, do you want more money? One of the

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things that I was grateful to hear about was people supporting a cause

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for more money for the police to be able to cope with... It is `n

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unknown quantity, isn't it? Nobody quite knows how many immigr`nts we

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have... But you are managing OK crime is falling, if crime hs

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falling he don't see any more money, do you? We are managing OK, but it

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is looking to the future. Wd can always do with more in the way of

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Government help. And you know what people in Boston say, do yot think

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Lincolnshire is at saturation point as far as migrants are concdrned?

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That is not the impression H got from the various representatives

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today. What I got was a sense of lets look at immigration in a

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positive light, and work in a positive light. Does a PC in Boston

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need special help and trainhng? I think so, yes. It should be part of

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the training for every membdr of every police force, because

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immigration is with us, and will continue to be so. Mishler, good to

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talk to you, thank you very much indeed.

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Is the and so more money? You may have of you.

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`` a view. Recognised as tied up for a charity

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run yesterday. It is estimated 000 turned up. It was held in mdmory of

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Jane Tomlinson, Yorkshire ftndraiser who died of cancer. Over 5000 took

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part. Thomas Leak from Donnington on Bain

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appeared on Britain's Got T`lent with

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his musical theatre group Collabro. Collabro were crowned winners of

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Britain's Got Talent. They'll now perform in front

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of her Majesty the Queen Gemma Dawson has been to visit

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his family in Louth. Thomas, here second from thd right

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with Collabro, on Saturday's Back in Louth, his mum still can't

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believe her former choirboy is now We haven't even stopped yet, it has

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been all go. Being at the show and then coming back and doing

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interviews. I haven't had thme yet to even think about what it means.

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People here have been supporting Thomas and his Collabro co`stars

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since their first audition `nd now they are celebrating their success.

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At his former school, students have been inspired by

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I play quite a few instruments and to think that he can do such a thing

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like that, it makes me push myself. Tom was quiet, really studious and

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polite, but very determined. It is not surprising that he has `chieved

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his ambition. And another Lincolnshire talent

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show star is celebrating today. Ella Henderson's debut single has

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topped the iTunes Download Chart. So what will the future hold

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for Collabro? Last year's Britain's Got T`lent

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winners, the shadow theatre group Attraction

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have since performed worldwhde and Ashley and her dog Pudsey

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were winners in 2012. Pudsey's own movie will be

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in cinemas next month. And the series before was won

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by Scottish singer Jai McDowell his debut album peaked

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at number 54 in the charts. Tom's stepmum was in the audience

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and think Collabro could do even better. I think it will be ` lot of

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hard work and no rest. But, you know, just give them all thd luck in

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the world and they will go far. But first for Collabro

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an appointment with the Quedn. Part of their prize is to pdrform

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at this year's I'm joined now

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by Thomas' mum Gabriella McCree You can take your eyes off the

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television, could you? I cannot believe it has happened. I have not

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had a minute to sit down and think about it. They only got togdther a

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month before the audition. @bout five weeks. They only got together

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to sing in January, and then the auditions were in February. From

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choirboy to boy band member in a matter of weeks, you must bd so

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proud. It is so amazing. To see your child achieve so much, I cannot

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describe the feeling. How w`s your weekend? What you treated lhke a

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VIP? My husband was. Thomas' stepdad had one of the official tickets We

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didn't think I was going to get in. But Thomas' girlfriend managed to

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get some... It is all free tickets. So I queued for 11 hours. 10 hours?

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In torrential rain and I botght this on a little. `` I caught thd sun.

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Did they think they were gohng to win? They wanted it desperately

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They love musical theatre, they have worked so hard. What I don't think

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they dared to say it. But it is really what they wanted. A fantastic

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story. So the next port of call is the Royal Variety Show. And you get

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a ticket for that? I really hope so. Because it costs a lot of money And

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you can't go in in the T`shhrts But you will be there, wouldn't you I

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will be there. They are simhlar to Il Divo, aren't they? They have

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slightly operatic voices in parts, but they want to bring music theatre

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to the fore. It is a fantastic story. And you are doubly thrilled.

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I was hoping that Paul Hudson was just in the studio next door. Might

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meet him. It was going so wdll until you said you were a Paul Hudson fan.

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Five schools in Birmingham were placed in special measures `fter

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claims of infiltration by h`rdline extremists.

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A father's warning after thd death of his son at the Lincoln Hospital,

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he says the same mistakes could happen again. A bright start with

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sunny spells, clouding over in the afternoon, top temperatures of 0

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Celsius. Talking about the trip. It took the

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Environment Agency a year to get dumped waste removed, and this is

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another fiasco where they f`iled the public and fund them and whose

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interests they are supposed to look after. Andy has e`mailed. Hd says

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the Environment Agency has once again been to. `` toothless.

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It is not fit for purpose. Aaron says work is ongoing `t the

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tip and the smell is quite `ccurate, they seem to be re`digging `nd

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disturbing it, not covering it. Join me later, at 10:25 p.m..

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THROWS VOICE: 'A weekly treat of all the best bits of Radio 2 '

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But that isn't quite the end of the story.

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..then... ..he landed...

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..and in a flurry of feathers, they were gone.

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