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cooler through the weekend, but the weather is looking pretty good for

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most Good evening and welcome to

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BBC Look North. Children at a disadvantage `

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the warning from school inspectors demanding improvements in

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North East Lincolnshire. Got a responsibility to enstre all

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children are receiving a high standard education.

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Anger at plans to charge more for permits.

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Prosecution for the seaside caravaners who've stayed

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And the ten`year old fan gohng to Brazil to lead out England

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And don't forget the detaildd forecast for next weekend, join me

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for the details. Inspectors say children in

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North East Lincolnshire are being put at a disadvantage because their

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local council is not giving enough Ofsted, the government's schools

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watchdog, says North East Lincolnshire Council gives `ttention

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to the weakest schools while slightly better schools are

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not given appropriate attention Ofsted warns that schools in

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North East Lincolnshire are only improving marginally, saying parents

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and children deserve better. In response, the council,

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which is based in Grimsby, says most schools in its area are academies

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and are not under its control. They do say every child desdrves

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a good education and that most Academy schools in North East

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Lincolnshire. These were among seven inspected earlier than planned by

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Ofsted Ahmed concerns about the level of support. We inspected the

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number of schools because your chances of sending a child to the

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good outstanding skill are luch lower than in other parts of

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Yorkshire. All secondary schools and many remedies in the north`dast are

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run as academies but how do the work and why are they different? Before

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they were introduced, money would pass from the Department of

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education to local councils who pass it on to schools and oversed how

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they are run. What academies the money goes straight from central

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government to the skill itsdlf effectively pushing aside dhrect

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involvement from local authorities, and they can use money from business

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and charities. In extreme circumstances they can go dhrectly

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to the Secretary of State and say they are being let down by `cademy

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sponsors. The oasis Academy in Grimsby was one of those inspected

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and phones to require improvement. The local authority is stuck between

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a rock and a hard place bec`use only one hand have a duty to makd sure

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skills improve but on the other hand and a hard place because on the one

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hand we have a duty to make sure skills improve but on the other hand

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no legal power to enforce them to do that. You would hope all schools

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want to improve and I cannot imagine there's a school in the country that

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does not want to get better at what it does. As long as he is s`fe and

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learning loads. I can only go by the progress my daughter is makhng and I

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am happy at that. Despite sdveral requests, the council refusdd to

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make anybody available for hnterview today but released a statemdnt. It

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pointed out 76% of primary schools were judged as good in the `rea but

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technology is a particular problem with just 33% meeting the s`me

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level. It went on to say schools facing challenges face a higher

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level of support but academhes are different because responsibhlity

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lies with the Department of education. The government h`s said

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tonight the quality of educ`tion in Lincolnshire has been not good

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enough for too long. I spoke to Jonathan Simons from

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the Think Tank Policy Exchange and started by asking him if a local

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authority can wash their hands of a They absolutely cannot and hn fact

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the opposite. They have a responsibility to ensure all

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children in the area are receiving a higher level of education. Hf a

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school is not under local atthority control our Ofsted wrong to point

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the finger? They are right because if they are not doing their job

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properly and advocating for all children and providing high`quality

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services and formerly raising concerns, Ofsted is right to

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criticise them. It is interdsting because the local authority does not

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have the role of bass but are still expected to monitor the Academy

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Some would say that is not puite fair. It is not the boss but it has

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the responsibility. It has ` responsibility to advocate on behalf

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of those children. Is it fe`r the council gets accused of

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underachieving when they ard not in overall responsibility? It has that

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they are not doing the things we ought to be doing, providing

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high`quality services and advocating for high standards and raishng

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concerns before it gets to the stage of a full inspection, it saxs. The

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academies here are equally `t fault because F Ofsted says they `re

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underperforming they have a responsibility to make that well, so

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the system works but we havd an evolving role. Have academids

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appeared to quickly? I do not think they have and are responding to pay

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rental demand. `` pay rental `` parental.

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We want to hear from you on this story, do you think it's

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right that the council should monitor academies even though they

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Promoting natural births at hospitals where Caesareans are

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People who live in parts of Hull are likely to have to pay

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Parking permit charges could more than triple

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It would bring Hull into line with places including Scunthorpe

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and Grimsby, and the council says it will help reduce financi`l

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But some residents say they can't afford the increase.

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Match speed graphic, states never designed for cars and city centre

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parking. Right now these permits are either free or cost ?7 50 btt the

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city council is now ready to raise charges. Something pensioner Eric

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Hendry says he will struggld to afford. It'll be hard to pax that

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every year. We're not even guaranteed our parking. The council

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insists it is currently subsidising residential parking zones. How much

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does it cost to run a parking zone? Once it is set up, something like

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this cost ?9,000 to administer in terms of maintenance and parking

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enforcement but the council only brings an end, of ?5,000 whhch means

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it is losing ?4000 in this zone alone. Well residents put up with

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paying more? If you don't gdt a permit you cannot park in the street

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where you live. ?33 works ott at less than a pound a week so it is

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not a lot. I would pay it, what can I do? I do not know about v`lue for

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money. But that is the test for Eric Pickles who has spoken out `gainst

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unfair town parking rules and said increases can only cover costs and

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not make a profit. An annual parking permit and Scunthorpe will cost ?50

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and in Grimsby it is ?80 whhle in Skegness it will set you back ? 20.

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Tonight Hull City Council s`ys no decisions have been made but the

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actual reviewing all happen at a time when they still need to find

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savings. At the moment, 10,000 permits have been issued and of

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those, most are roamed the KC Stadium to cope with match days for

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rugby and football crowds. Tp until now many homes have not had to pay

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for a permit, however the chty council has never guaranteed that

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and it has not been reviewed since 2008. It would make things lore

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equitable. I have been speaking to a member of the local governmdnt

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information unit, an organisation supported by councils, and `sked him

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whether he thought increases of more than 300% is acceptable. I think it

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is. It looks like a big increase as a percentage but if you consider the

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total figure lower than othdr places places and the Legion. Many will

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think it is not fair to be charged to park outside your own hole. The

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council has a responsibilitx to manage places and such a wax they

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meet the needs of all residdnts keeping traffic moving and reducing

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pollution and congestion. Btt you are paying to park and does not even

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guarantee you a spot. Many will say the council is acting as a cash

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cow? Only one in five counchls report making any form of strplus on

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parking, and you have to relember councils cannot make money `nd do

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not have shareholders. Any hncome they bring and is spent on other

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activities such as looking `fter vulnerable children, protecting the

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elderly. 11, not polluted and the local

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economy being served. When xou try to make those decisions, sole people

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will be unhappy. In Skegness, ? 20 is the figure. That is on a par with

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London and does not even gu`rantee you a spot. What is important is

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that these decisions are made by democratically elected and

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accountable local bodies. and be able to maintain the fitness

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levels, so that will mean they are likely to be sacked.

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You can hear more of that interview with Richard Walker from thd

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Fire Brigades Union on Look North later tonight at 10:25.

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Court summons are being handed out to dozens of people who havd been

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illegally staying in a car park on the Lincolnshire coast.

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The County Council applied to the Secretary of State to ddal with

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a long standing issue of people camping overnight at Huttoft

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It's claimed thousands of pounds worth of damage has been done

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in the area and it's putting other tourists off visiting the bdaches.

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With its long`standing beach, Huttoft is a quiet tourist spot It

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is a small hard`core that w`nt to live here and create havoc.

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Overnight stays here is forbidden but residents say these image she

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will a number of people who have lived illegally on this sitd for

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weeks and months at a time. The council says it is taking ldgal

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action against 40 people. They should not be subjected to `buse or

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intimidation from a small group of freeloaders simply here in ten on

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not paying for anything. Is it a big issue or are you overreacting? Last

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year we had a permanent enc`mpment here all summer. We could not find

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any in the area today. Thesd height barriers have been put up to stop

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larger mobile homes from ushng these sites, but it has not worked and the

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council says they have been cut down three times.

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The Turner family have come from Leicester for a holiday and they

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same author homeowners are being picked on. They are not catdring for

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us at all. Do they want to raise or not? They are not encouraging people

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went to the county. Others cannot understand what the fuss is about.

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If you try and drive them away you are driving to the Somali. @s long

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as they do not make a mess. The council says it expects a grip to

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arrive tomorrow to stage a protest about this issue. Some todax were

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determined to enjoy the peace while it lasts. Thank you for watching.

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Still ahead tonight, the yotng fan from Hull getting ready to lead

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Tonight's photograph is frol Ireland with some cumulonimbus on top!

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I will talk over your! The next 24 hours is not bad, sunny

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spells and more clouds later with some showers unto tomorrow. A bet of

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drizzle from Friday night entered Saturday but Saturday afternoon

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becomes dry and looking fin`nce settled. `` fine and settled. What a

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date has been, in Bridlington it is beautiful right now, warm and sunny

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and overnight looks quiet and dry with clear spells and some patchy

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cloud floating down from thd North West. The sun will rise in the

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morning and the next firewater time for Skegness on screen. A lovely

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start to the day, finance bright and a warm morning to come. `` fine and

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bright. Clouds will increasd from the Northwest and it is still bright

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but one or two showers are possible. A nice day, warm and bright and

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temperatures up to 23 Celsits. Just a little patchy light rain to come

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and on Saturday, feeling frdsh with a cloudy start but Saturday

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afternoon looks dry and bright and variable amounts of cloud on Sunday

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and next week looks settled. See you tomorrow. They cost more

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than natural birth and can have more complications but the number of

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in some of our hospitals, despite recent campaigns to

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The United Lincolnshire Hospital Trust's rate has increased over

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The current rate for Hull's Women and Children's hospital is 24%,

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which is around the national average.

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However, Scunthorpe hospital has reduced its rate from 23% to

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Our health correspondent Vicky Johnson has been lookhng

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births by her first baby was born after an emergency Caesarean, and

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this time around she has had a natural delivery. I feel like I can

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take on the task but before it was my first baby and it was like a new

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experience. She had her babx in Scunthorpe which has reduced the

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Caesarean rate to around 16$, the second lowest in the countrx. They

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have done this by offering women one`to`one support before and during

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the Labour. When they comment, we try to keep them as mobile `s

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possible, so it is about ushng the birth pool and we also have a coach,

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but it is about mobilising them as much as possible. Teamwork has also

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proved crucial. The staff work together to recognise the ilportance

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of encouraging normal delivdries and reducing intervention. This

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consultant is based in Hull and he admits his department could be doing

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more. What we should be doing is having a proper discussion with the

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ladies right at the very beginning, starting when the goal home after

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Caesareans. A shortage of mhdwives is happening some efforts. To be

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able to give good care, that entails one`to`one care, providing good

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psychological and emotional support. You have to have enough to provide

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that model. While some babids will always have to be delivered

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surgically, good teamwork could help keep Caesarean sections to `

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minimum. New figures show ?300,000 h`s been

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paid out in five years to pdople There've been claims for slhpping

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on wet floors and from a pupil hit Lincoln Cathedral needs

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so much money spent on it to fix all its faults, that it

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could eat up nearly all of the The Church of England has admitted

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it needs ?87 million over the next five years to keep

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its cathedrals open and watdrtight. The Labour MP Helen Goodman told

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the Commons that action was needed I went to Lincoln Cathedral recently

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and I was told that the backlog of repairs just that Lincoln C`thedral

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is ?16.5 million. The honourable gentleman has done well to get money

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but Lincoln Cathedral could eat up all the money. What more dods he

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think we could do. In response the government says that

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there are several pots of money which the Church of England

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can use to repair buildings, but is happy to hear any suggestions

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for finding extra funds. Thanks for contacting us about plans

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to raise prices for stallholders Those of you who have contacted us

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have been concerned Eric says "A lot of people now do

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not enjoy the Christmas Market. It's crowded, it's expensivd and

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what you get is just not worth it." John from Lincoln says, "I `void

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the market like the plague. It is too crowded,

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too expensive and too short. Many Lincoln people are of `

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like mind. It is about time Lincoln took

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a good look at other markets Ray also wants to see changds

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saying, "The market has lost its wax and is

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more of a funfair than a market Perhaps it's time to go back to the

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basics that made Lincoln such a good market, and concentrate on laking

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the experience enjoyable ag`in. A boy from Hull has more re`son than

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most to be excited about thd World Cup which opens in Br`zil

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in just a few minutes. England play their first gale

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on Saturday Ten`year`old Bryant Cruz will be a

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mascot at the team's second match, against Uruguay next week, `fter

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his Mum won a competition at work. The eyes of the world are on Brazil

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tonight as the World Cup opdns, a chance to see top footballers from

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32 nations play the beautiftl game. In a back garden, ten`year`old

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Bryant Cruz and his brother practice their skills. A week today he will

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be in South America. When mx mum first told me I was so excited and I

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was bouncing on my bed. I al looking forward to watching them pl`y live.

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His Brazilian mother works `t McDonald's and he was picked when

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she won a competition and work but she originally wanted to enter her

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older brother. I found out he is a little bit old for this competition

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so I applied for his brother instead. Joshua says they are no

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hard feelings just as long `s.. I hope he gets some signings `nd I

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will be very thrilled. Brazhl are odds`on favourites to win the

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tournament. England's chancds are not fancied. Bryant Cruz saxs has

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allegiance lies with England but who will his family be supporting? I

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will be supporting anyone done Brazil as well. If Brazil plays

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against England, Brazil is ` good team and England as well. England's

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first matches against Italy this Saturday but keep your eyes peeled

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when Bryant Cruz will walk out for the game against Uruguay, and going

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by these skills, he may havd some tips for the players.

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Let's get a recap of the national and regional headlhnes

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Iraqi troops have launched `ir strikes on the city of Tikrht,

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which is latest to be seized by Islamist militants.

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Inspectors say children in North East Lincolnshire are being

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disadvantaged because their local council is not

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A fine and bright start with spells of sunshine.

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Tending to cloud over later, with the risk of a few showdrs.

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Response coming in on the stbject of parking permit charges. I don't know

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what they are complaining about but ?33 is nothing over the year.

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Another says why does the council not charge people for walking down

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the road as it is wailing at the pavements? Typical council loney

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grabbing. The way I see yet, the houses were here before the stadium

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and if anything the council should pay us for the permits. Thank you

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for those, enjoy your evening. Join me tonight. Goodbye.

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