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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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Two weeks of rain in 20 minttes ` exceptional downfalls are blamed

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Dummies not allowed ` the fhght against tooth decay in toddlers

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As I was watching last night, basically the drains were not

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capable of taking it. They were not man enough.

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Near Gainsborough, 22 milliletres of rain fell in less than half an hour.

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Also tonight: Dummies not allowed ` the fhght

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against tooth decay in toddlers Hull prepares for the arriv`l

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of the Queen's Commonwealth Baton. And the strange knitted objdcts

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appearing on one city's strdets And that the recent thunderstorms,

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settled weather is on the w`y. The latest coming up shortly.

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People living in parts of Lincolnshire affected

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by flash flooding have been told that drains were overwhelmed

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Two weeks' worth of rain fell in just twenty minutes.

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Gainsborough, Horncastle and Blyton were `mong the

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areas hit following the torrential downpour yesterday afternoon.

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Lincolnshire County Council say they will investigate what happened.

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We will hear from them in a moment, but first, Crispin Rolfe is live

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Is the clean`up operation still going on now? Peter, in

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Gainsborough, there is still an effort going on at this yard and

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that some people's homes. L`rgely, it is over. But the problem is

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people cannot relax. The latest studies suggest we will see more and

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more some flash flooding, and that in itself could be a problel for

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people in terms of knowing when the clean`up operation is compldte.

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There is a drain and there that is not working. It is just not taking

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the quantity of water. Flash floods in Gainsborough, which left John's

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ground floor sopping wet. Today he and others are looking to the

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authorities to improve drainage on the estate. Was devastating. There

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was water running literally in the front door, in the back door. It was

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seeping under the side of the house from a layman's view. While I was

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watching it last night, bashcally, the drains were not capable of

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taking it. Further down the road, Lorraine claims it is not jtst freak

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weather at fault, but outdated drains. That was full right to the

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top of the drain, where we couldn't use it once we had washed up last

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night. It all flooded back. Yesterday, this train simplx did not

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do its job, as you can see from the grass around. The water company say

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this is because of the extr`ordinary amount of rain, meaning its sewers

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could not cope, but insist that it is treating sewage as a priority.

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Last night, I had to clean ` lot of sludge and human faeces awax from

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the car so my kids could get in this morning. Today, it has also been a

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clean`up for some shops at Marshall's Yard, but despitd the

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council describing the rainfall is exceptional, latest research from

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The Met Office and Newcastld University says we should all expect

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more some flash flooding. Ydsterday, the air had its origins frol all the

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way over North Africa, a lot of instability, and you can sed the

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result on yesterday afternoon's radar sequence. Look at these vivid

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greens that went through Lincoln and Gainsborough, and then throtgh

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eastern part of the county `nd out into the North Sea. With totals like

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two weeks' worth of rainfall in half an hour, flash flooding in these

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situations is almost inevit`ble For Gainsborough, which

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situations is almost inevit`ble For proper to develop in areas that

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might already face a signifhcant flash flooding problems.

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Mark Welsh is from Lincolnshire County Council,

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an event that beats the drahnage system. I think systems in

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Gainsborough will be similar to those elsewhere in the areas.

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Gainsborough is growing raphdly The number of homes is expected to

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double in the next 20 years. One councillor has said the drahnage and

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infrastructure needs to be `ddressed before any more homes are btilt

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there. Do you agree with th`t Councillor? I think that is true of

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anywhere in the country. Thd way we have built hitherto is changing and

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we will develop in very different ways in the future in terms of

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sustainable drainage. A verx different way of building, very much

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more green and open way than we do at the moment. What is the council

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going to do, simply, in a sdntence, so that people watching tonhght who

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are screaming at the television can have their fears allayed? Whenever

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flooding takes place, we will always investigate, and we will investigate

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what happened in terms of the particular event in Gainsborough,

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and publish the recommendathons of what we find, and if there `re

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actions to be taken, we will carry them out. Good to talk to you. Thank

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you. We want to hear from you

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on this story. should be able to cope with summer

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storms like we saw yesterdax? A great loss ` the debate over

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the proposed demolition of one Parents know that using

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a dummy or bottle can somethmes to decay is caused by sugarx

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drinks, while dummies can affect speech. Now, help teams are advising

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parents to stop using them once their child reaches 12 months old.

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Mums and dads with little ones will Mums and dads with little ones will

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know they love putting things into their mouths. But at this

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parents are being encouraged to parents are being encouraged to

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think carefully about what they give think carefully about what they give

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to their children. We do sed children drinking juice frol a

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bottle, which is really bad from their teeth. Also, the use of a

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dummy as well, the dummy should really be gone by the age of one.

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Jennifer has four children, and has had trouble getting hurt oldest to

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giving up the dummies. We g`ve him a dummy when he was first born,

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because it could not sleep. He only has it now when he goes to bed, not

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during the day. But my other children, we struggled to gdt the

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dummies at them. But while parents and carers know that bottles and

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dummies can soothe their chhldren, they may not realise about the

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bigger health issues, like delaying speech and causing dental problems.

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The latest figures show that more than a quarter of five`year`olds

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across England have experienced to decay. In the East Midlands,

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including Lincolnshire, the figure is slightly higher, with more than

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29%. In Yorkshire and the Htmber, it is higher still. One third of

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five`year`olds here have experienced DK. There are suites available, and

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they all jumped for them, don't they, nowadays? I don't agrde with

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my granddaughter having a bottle with Jews in, but it is the only

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thing she will have. It is the frequency which they have these

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drinks. Some organisations would now like to impose a tax on fizzy

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drinks, using the money raised to improve children's health. The staff

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here at the centre is safe parents are listening to their advice and

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dumping the dummies and bottles This is a debate you have bden

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having on our Facebook page. Don't forget to go online

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and 'like' our page. Sarah says, "Just limit

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the amount of sugar children have! "If they're thirsty, give them water

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or sugar`free juice, not fizzy pop!" Diane says, "It's up to pardnts to

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stop buying sugary drinks "and encourage healthier options,

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not the government taxing the "product. Both of my girls will

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happily drink water rather than Thank you very much for those.

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A man has been found dead in a ditch in Lincolnshire. The 55`year`old was

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discovered close to a golf club near Spalding and last night. Police have

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described the death as unexplained, and are now trying to piece together

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the man's final hours. A teenager from Lincolnshird who

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suffered brain damage when he was knocked off his bike has bedn told

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he can continue to stay at ` rehab centre in Surrey for now. Rxan Smith

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from Skegness had been living at the centre run by the children's trust,

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but his funding ran out. His father said transferring Ryan before his

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family home was modified wotld have been unsettling.

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Direct trains from Cleethorpes, Grimsby and Scunthorpe to

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Manchester could end, according to the Cleethorpes MP Martin Vhckers.

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Mr Vickers says he's seen documents suggesting

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the journeys would stop at Sheffield or Doncaster if changes go `head.

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The operator of the route, Trans`Pennine Express,

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The president of the Hull`b`sed business Arco will chair

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an independent panel that whll look at plans to expand

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the city's boundaries into other parts of East Yorkshire.

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Hull City Council says the city needs to expand

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into areas like Hedon to improve the area's economic prospects.

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People in the East Riding who live near Hull will get a vote on

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whether they want to join the city or stay in a separate area.

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The leader of East Riding of Yorkshire Council wants things

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Actually, this is a completd waste of time and effort on behalf of the

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City Council. The public and welcome it, and we need to prove th`t beyond

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doubt. It has proven to be the case with Siemens investment. If you look

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at statistics, it is no different to many other cities throughout the

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country. It is frankly a non`argument. Joining me in the

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studio is the Deputy Leader of Hull City Council, Darren Hale. Good

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evening. And much will this enquiry costs? At ?235,000, which p`id from

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by the Council's kilowatts L dividend, its own in`house company,

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so there is no taxpayer mondy involved. Is whole macro behng held

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back by the current boundarhes, which don't take in the leafy,

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wealthier suburbs? This is the reason for the enquiry. We share the

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view that that might be the case. The centre for cities nationally has

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published some evidence in the future the city 's world nedd to be

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bigger to compete with areas like London, which are becoming like

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monsters. Don't you know thd answer before you can start? You c`n't wait

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to get your hands on places like Willoughby and Kirk Ella. Your Mac

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are the reason for the independent commission, with what most people

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recognise our independent pdople, is to look at this issue and sde

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whether there is a case. Thdy will consider the evidence. If there is

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no case, they will tell us that What about my comment about you not

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being able to wait to keep the hands of these areas? And not surd that's

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the case. That is why we have an independent commission to look at

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the facts. You know the answer, don't you? This is what the body

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will do, to see whether there is the case to take that the next level.

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You can have all the and thhnk tanks in the world, but east riding a not

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interested. You heard what the council leader said that, and we

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have had messages from people. I heard what the leader said, yes But

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people were writing in about this. I think the council leader possibly

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has a vested interest. But H am talking about real people who wrote

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in. They are not interested will stop as I say, there are a lot of

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people in the East Riding, one e`mail to night said that there was

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a strong case for extended boundaries. I think if we h`ve an

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independent enquiry to look at the Kays and see if that is proven, and

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to give us the evidence, cldarly, the sense of the cities are saying

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that cities are being held back If you go to York, eight miles outside,

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that is the city boundary. What you say to these riding person watching

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now he doesn't want to be p`rt of Hull, a snob if you like, what is in

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it for this person to be part of Hull? If you're in a band D

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property, you would be paying hundreds of pounds less livhng in

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Hull than in the East Riding. White so the answer is more counchl tax? I

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think it would potentially tnleash economic development in this area.

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We have had a good year with Siemens and City of Culture, but we could

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unleash extra business and profit for this area. Lets see what the

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people think. Thank you for coming in. If you have a view on this,

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particularly if you live in the East riding or whole, the screen. `` the

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contact details are on the screen. Thank you for watching. Still I

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tonight: The Queen's Commonwealth Baton is

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on its way to East Yorkshird and Northern Lincolnshire

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as it heads to Scotland. And following the herring `

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the unusual celebration Here is tonight's picture. Ht is

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Bigby. Then he very much for that, Jimmy. Another picture to lhke at

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about the same time. How yot? No schema less clout, there. A

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correspondent says, why did Peter Leavey not do the ten K? Shd said,

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he does not look fit enough to do ten feet, which just about sums it

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up! I can't breathe, can I? A lot of people would prefer I didn't! Let's

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look at the next 24 hours. Good news, settled weather on thd way.

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Tomorrow will be one with some sunshine, is still some instability

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out there, and a big thunderstorm currently in the Beverley area which

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will move out towards the E`st Yorkshire coast, but this is what we

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like to see. High pressure on Wednesday, and it should re`lly be

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with us for the next few daxs, perhaps a few showers late on

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Friday, but as we head into next week, high`pressure should lore or

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less be with us, so I think a spell of settled weather is on thd way.

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You can see thunderstorm is pushing up from the south`west, much more

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scattered than they were yesterday. One across the south bank of the

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Humber, however, goes through Beverley. They will continud to go

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north`eastward, and all parts become dry, with clear spells overnight.

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Lowest temperatures coming hn at about 11 or 12 Celsius. The sun will

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rise in the morning at 4:31 a.m . The next high water time is in

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Bridlington at 3:41am in thdir word. Wednesday looks set to be a lovely

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day. Plenty of sunshine first thing, the chance of an isolate it light

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shower in the West, but verx much the exception to the rule. @bout all

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parts of the region will be dry and bright, partly cloudy skies and

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spells of sunshine. A moder`te south`west Brazil first, falling

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like later, and we are lookhng at a very pleasant temperature, 20 or 21

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degrees in Hull and Lincoln. That is 68 Fahrenheit. Beautiful on

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Thursday, fine and one, lots of sunshine around. Cloudy latdr, but

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mostly it should stay dry into the weekend. A little bit cooler by

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then, with a bit more in thd way of cloud.

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A lady of impeccable taste. That has gone to your head! See you tomorrow.

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The demolition of a Victori`n building in Hull has been ddscribed

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as a great loss to the city if it goes ahead.

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Wellington House is due to be knocked down amid fears it could

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collapse because of structural damage, but that will mean one of

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the few remaining buildings designed by the city's most celebratdd

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Behind this scaffolding, thd broken windows, the warnings and the

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general state of disrepair. The Wellington Hotel Normal, Told Is

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Believed To Be one of the chty's most important buildings, bdcause of

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the architect who designed ht. Hull born Cuthbert Broderick found his

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fame in his designs of the Leeds Town Hall and the grand Hotdl in

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Scarborough. His origins were in Hull, and it is where he st`yed

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throughout his architectural career. Is too great buildings, Leeds Town

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Hall and the grand hotel, stand as the most well`known among Vhctorian

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architect. What his two findst in Hull gone. The Royal institttion was

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destroyed in the war, and the Town Hall was replaced by the Guhldhall.

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Some of the remains of the old town Hall can be found here need to the

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children's playground in Pe`rson Park. This almost oriental looking

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down would have formed part of the roof, but other than this, there is

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very little that remains of Brodrick's more grand work within

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Hull itself. Because of concern over structural safety, the Wellhngton is

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next in line to go. We did want to keep the whole facade, and take the

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rear out. The facade will effectively come down and crumble,

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however. It is not in a gre`t condition, and we can't takd it down

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slowly. Has real structural issues that won't allow that, so instead,

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we have done the full digit`l copy and we will be building new

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duplicate of the existing btilding. If somebody in the council said

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stop, let's think about agahn, that would be the ideal, and it hs

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something that is never too late, while the building is still

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standing. English Heritage say they h`ve had

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to reluctantly agree with the council's stance on this, so it

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looks like another piece of Brodrick history will be lost, beaten by

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time. Tomorrow morning,

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the Queen's Baton Relay will arrive in East Yorkshire and

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North East Lincolnshire on hts way to the opening of the Commonwealth

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Games next month in Glasgow. Five people have been chosen

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as "baton bearers" in Hull. They were nominated for

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their involvement in communhty and work in sport throughout thd city.

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Tolu Adeoye reports. The Queen's Baton has been

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on the move since October last year, containing

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a sealed message from Her M`jesty. Tomorrow,

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it reaches Hull on its journey to People get so much enjoyment

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out of it. Patrick Revel will be the fhrst to

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carry it in the city. He was chosen for his voluntary work getthng

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people, involved in sport. It was lhke,

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"What? Me? No! It can't be." I was really, really, reallx

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impressed that I had been chosen. Worried about doing something silly,

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falling over with it! But I'll get through it,

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I'm sure I will. 14`year`old Siobhan Eyre is

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the youngest to be picked. It was a shock for her

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and her family. When we saw it on the website,

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we were like, "Oh!" We were very happy.

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I've helped around my youth club. They're redecorating it, so I'm just

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helping them paint the walls and I kind of look after the kids

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a couple of years younger than me. The baton arrives in Hull

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tomorrow morning at The Deep. From there, it will visit shx

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schools from across East Yorkshire and North East Lincolnshire before

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returning to Hull, where from 4 45, it will be shown off at

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a public event in the city centre. Julie Williams will carry

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the baton to the top of The Deep. Her fans aren't just the babies

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in this group. She's been chosen for her work

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developing trampolining in Hull I'm taking it up to the pinnacle

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of The Deep. It's quite exciting,

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because I've been to The Dedp a number of times, but I've don t

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think I've ever been up there. I can't remember being up there

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anyway. Andy Train will be the baton

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bearer at the evening event. He's been picked for his work

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for the lesbian, gay, bisextal I was always one of those khds

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at school that never got picked for the team, and I think this is

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what it's about, and it's jtst so wonderful to be actually selected

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to be part of the team, to be given Organisers hope

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the relay will replicate sole of the success of the Olympic torch, which

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travelled through our area hn 2 12. The journey ends in Glasgow

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on the 23rd of July, when the Queen will read the message that's being

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carried by community and sporting heroes from across the world,

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including those from here in Hull. Planes from RAF Waddington have

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been rehearsing ahead of thdir Spectators waited to catch

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a glimpse of the practise sdssion near the A15 between Sleaford

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and Lincoln at lunch time. The procession of aircrafts and jets

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will take part in the festivities you have got to be proud of them,

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haven't you? The fact that they can do that with

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such precision, yes. Unbelidvable, yes. It takes a lot of skill to fly

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like that! The century hang`r will be like Buckingham Palace. @ good

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day for it as well. A full scale knitted boat

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and hundreds of fish, many made by people in Hull, are at

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the centre of a unique celebration Follow The Herring is a touring

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exhibition visiting coastal communities, which started hn

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Scotland, and is currently hn Hull. 600 people and school

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children have knitted items. Jill Archbold has been to sde

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the exhibition before it opdns. In each to East Coast area time

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history, knitted together. @nd it is all a bit more elaborate th`n a

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fisherman's Tanzeem. Inspirdd by the work of the Herring Girls, this

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exhibition is the hard work of millions of knitters, many of them

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from Hull. People normally knit clothes, baby clothes, that sort of

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thing, but to actually be p`rt of something that is unique, they won't

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ever have done anything likd that before. I love the enthusiasm.

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Follow The Herring was trained at two years ago, but it is not just

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about knitting. Hull Truck will host performances of the fishing inspired

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play Get Up And Tie Your Fingers. It means people can get involvdd in

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something which is part of the unique national tour, bringhng

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together the theatre, knitthng, crafts and community singing and

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storytelling, and bringing them all together in a way that celebrates

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our fishing heritage. Just like the Herring Girls, this exhibithon

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started in Scotland and madd its way down the East Coast. In Hull, 6 0

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people lent their handiwork knitting these herring who will join the

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shoulder tour the rest of the country. The free exhibition on the

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set of their cityopens tomorrow and just in case you forget, thdre have

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been young bombing of the chty's landmarks.

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

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The energy regulator asks the big six energy firms while a he`ven drop

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their prices. Lincolnshire County Council say they

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will investigate the flash floods into the drains were overwhdlmed by

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exceptional rainfall. Tomorrow, the weather: Dry `nd fine.

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Some spells in the afternoon. Feeling very warm, temperattres

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getting up to 2140 is in thd afternoon.

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Your response on the flooding: Tiff says if you have ridiculously large

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amount of rainfall short tile, this means devastating effect of the

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drains were properly it shotld clear up the straight time. I think the

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council needs to clear out the drains more often.

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Dave says, early our solar system can no longer cope with the changes

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to our rainfall. Audrey has e`mailed, saying the problel is the

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increasing building and hard standing roads. Planners insisting

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that the drains are increasdd to take up the extra run`off. We were

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also to be about boundary changes. Kristin Cottingham said no, no, no.

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We want to stay in the East Riding. Get these jokers in Hull City

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Council away from our area. And the e`mail says, I live in Kirk

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Ella, and I would not wish that the boundaries the change. I wotld have

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concerns about my house price coming down. I think that the Hull City

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Council are wanting us becatse they know we pay our council tax.

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We have had a few people in favour, saying what is an inane? If it means

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saving money, put me down for some. Have a nice evening. Thank xou for

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watching. I will be back later. Goodbye.

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