13/06/2014 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


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pleasant in the south-west where the winds are that bit lighter. That is

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it. Goodbye. Good evening and welcome to

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BBC Look North. They are self`contained and we have

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in the row over parking regtlations They are self`contained and we have

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the legal right to park up for a couple of days anywhere in the

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United Kingdom. The council says overnight camping is illegal but

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some visitors said they are being picked on.

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Thousands of ex`Comet workers could get payouts after a court rtling.

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The writer who claimed "Hull is decaying and should be

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allowed to die" comes to city to see things for himself.

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Final preparations for the international

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The battle lines have been drawn up in a row over parking

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here. This reach stretches ` couple of miles and is surrounded by

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unspoiled countryside. But some people say visitors are disrupting

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the peace. A number of campdr vans and motorhome owners have arrived

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and they are angry they cannot stay here overnight. Parking up for a

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weekend by the Lincolnshire seaside. For the last five years a group of

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campers have been living on this car park for weeks and months at a time.

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The council says it is illegal. Motorhome owners say they are being

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discriminated against. Why do some people want to live in a car park?

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They are just travelling around They are self`contained and they

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have a legal right to park tp a one or two days anywhere across the UK.

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It is the fundal rent sole right of UK citizen to park where thdy want.

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But these signs clearly forbid overnight stays. Now the cotncil is

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taking legal action against 40 people. The residents and tourists

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want to come here and enjoy the place in the daytime and should not

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be subjected to a use by a small bunch of freeloaders. We will deal

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with this problem once and for all. Lincolnshire has the highest

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concentration of caravans in Europe and just up the road, others pay to

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camper. The issue over night parking, we have had a group that

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stay there all the year round. They sometimes cause problems with the

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toilets. They take over the area. What I am concerned about is that it

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might yet closed. Along the coast, height barriers have been installed

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to keep motorhomes are. But this has been cut down three times. H have

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been told that have been problems with rubbish, fires and inthmidation

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and bullying. People don't feel safe. I have seen all of thd

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complaints submitted to the council with regards of fires and noise The

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complaints were about a ravd. No complaint was seen about thd letter.

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Andy plans to sleep on the beach over the weekend and others are

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determined to make their pohnt and ignore the rules. Campaigners say

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they will fight the legal action and the majority have told me they will

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not be staying here overnight. Anyone who is caught faces ` maximum

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fine of ?500 and it they do not pay they could have their vehicles

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seized. The only ones who c`n get an overnight permits are anglers. But

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it does not allow them to sleep here and there are plenty of campsites

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nearby and that is where thd council says people should be staying.

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After UKIP?s recent election success, Germans in Lincoln's twin

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An accident on one of Boston's main roads this afternoon c`used

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Part of the A16 Spalding Ro`d was closed following a collision

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A business on Hessle Foreshore which only recently reopened after

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severe flood damage last December is now looking for a new owner.

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The parent company of the Country Park Inn has gone

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into administrative receivership. It's one of three businesses in

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East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire to be affected

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The Country Park Inn only rd`opened in April after

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the venue was affected by flooding. The receivers says all bookhngs for

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future functions will be honoured. East Midlands Ambulance Service

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which serves Lincolnshire s`ys it's prepared for an expected 15$ rise

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in call`outs during the World Cup. Managers say it's

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down to increased drinking. Thousands of people who lost their

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jobs without redundancy pay when the Hull`based electrical giant Comet

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collapsed could now get payouts A case brought by former employees

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against Comet has ruled that they are in line for a Government

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payout worth around ?10 million The judge found they had not been

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properly consulted Our reporter, Sarah Walton,

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has been following developmdnts Sarah how much could

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former employees receive? The judge said this was such

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a serious case that he awarded the people represented in this case

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the highest amount he could, between 70 to 90 days pay, so as you

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say around ?10 million in total But nearly 7,000 people lost

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their jobs when Comet closed. The judge is now asking thel to

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put forward claims so that payout Many of those former

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employees are from our area. The company was set up in Htll

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in the 30s. But when it collapsed the Government

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had to use taxpayers? money to cover the ?23 million worth of pax owed to

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staff at the time and this new ruling means the Government will

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also have to pay their compdnsation. But the lawyers representing

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the staff say the ruling shows just The employees were lied to,

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they were given what the judge described as positively

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misleading information. They were not consulted

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with properly. The judge found they weren't

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consulteOn Look North at 6:30pm Often they were holding consultation

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meetings then making represdntatives The Judge will decide

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in the next month or so if other former employees are also

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entitled to a payout. The true cost will only be

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known after that ruling. But at the same time,

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the Government's Insolvency Service is carrying out a review

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into the collapse and claims So a year and a half after Comet

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closed down, When the national publication

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the Economist described Hull as a city in decline it was

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a description that upset residents and the city's leaders alikd.

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Now eight months on and Hull has been named City of Culture

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for 2017 and Siemens has made a multi`million pound commitment to

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build a wind turbine factorx here. So the BBC brought the writdr of

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that controversial article to Hull to see if his views would change.

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Entitled Britain's decaying towns, the writer Daniel Knowles from The

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Economist said giving public money to places like Hull was "misguided"

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and instead of trying to rescue failing towns they should "help the

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people who live in them commute or move to places

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After Hull won the City of Culture title, the BBC brought Mr Knowles to

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the city to make a Radio 4 documentary to sed

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"It's had this uphill struggle and the challenge as Britain coles out

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of recession and Hull tries to capitalise on this is whethdr we can

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really turn this regeneration into something that will really benefit

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the people of Hull and turn the city around."

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The full documentary, Finding a Future for Hull, it's avail`ble on

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the iPlayer. Earlier I asked Daniel Knowles and asked him what he

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thought of Hull now? And you might have your thotghts on

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It was striking how optimistic the people in charge of whole art. They

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have this city of culture thtle to show off. Last October you wrote we

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should give up on failing towns like Hull and let decaying towns died. Do

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you accept you were wrong? Xes, we did say those words. But if you read

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it it was more about how to deal with regeneration. You were saying

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you should not rescue Hull. You wrote that and then a month later we

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won the City of Culture title. Do you want to say sorry about that?

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Know, and I feel this is slhghtly aggressive. The fundamental say

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economic growth is happening in big cities and not small ones. That

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remains true now, six months later. The city of Culture is a good thing

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the Hull and I am pleased, but it does not mean we were totally wrong.

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The fundamental picture of relative economic decline in post`industrial

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cities and towns remains trte. The challenge is overcoming that. The

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idea that the cities should be allowed to grow faster at the

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expense of small ones, we still stand by that, but that is not

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happening are you saying Sidmens and the city of culture alone c`nnot

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reverse the decline? If thex combine well with other policies around

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schools and transport, things that will bring businesses in, they will

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be a catalyst to help turn `round some of Hull's relative decline

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They are great news but perhaps the beginning of a change. To stmmarise,

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Hull is still swimming against the tide? Absolutely. It is a dhfficult

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one. Something impressive is going on but there is a lot of hard work

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to go on. Another one you mhght have some thoughts on. He said l`st

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October we should give up on Hull and Britain's decaying towns and let

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them die. He still sounded ` bit cynical.

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Students utterly out to become the seafood Chef of the year. Forget the

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World Cup, we are getting rdady to be international cabbage throwing

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Championships. Cabbage and seafood still to come. The photograph was

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taken by Kenn Moss. Looks lhke an oil painting. Now the weathdr.

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Continuing with the scare crow theme, I have a message frol Louis.

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Sorry there isn't a Peter scarecrow yet. Do you want to give us the

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forecast? Very settled over the next few days

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with the exception of percehving. We start the forecast with a wdather

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warning of heavy rain. Localised, but the risk of heavy and thundery

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downpours. The weather pattdrn is dominated by high pressure. It does

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not mean it will be sunny over the next few days, but it could be quite

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the opposite but it could bd settled. On the satellite phcked

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chip, Cloud spilling down from the north and some places have `n

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overcast day. As we go throtgh the evening, we see thundery showers

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spreading but mainly inland. Some places might not get them at all but

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if you do they will be happx and thundery. Cloud overnight.

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Temperatures falling back to around 14 or 15 degrees. Sun will rise at

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4:30am and setting again at 9:3 p.m.. A different feel to the

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weather. We have picked up ` north easterly breeze by tomorrow morning.

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Cloudier and cooler. Aside from the odd light shower it will be largely

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dry through Saturday and we will see the best of any brightness hn the

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afternoon. Some spells of stnshine breaking through but at timds it

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could be cloudy. It felt warm and humid today. Inland it could get up

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to 19 degrees. Those temper`tures along the coast, 15, 16 degrees will

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feel cooler than it has been this week. High pressure dominatds.

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Settled weather to come and cloudy at times but it will be largely dry.

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A wealthy Germantown is sending a message to its twin town in Lincoln.

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You kept up a quarter of thd votes in the recent Euro elections but in

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Germany they want closer tids with Europe in

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Lincoln's twin town of Germ`ny's prosperous wine growing reghon.

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And for seventh generation wine grower, Stefan Chrisman, life

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When I took it over from my parents we just sold

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But nowadays we export about 40 of our wines and it is a perfect thing

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that the Common Market is there and we can sell the wines to Swdden to

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Italy, Spain and a lot of dhfferent countries and also to the UK.

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Back in the UK, the very idea of an EU Federation

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state is strongly resisted by politicians across the spectrum.

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But here, many people want their country to

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TRANSLATION: That is our future we can only go

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on together because Europe can only stand together against the others.

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For example, China. Powerful China or Russia.

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TRANSLATION: I see myself as a European and wish that as wdll.

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Beneath the surface in Neustadt there are some concerns

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Stefan has watched Neustadt change over the past decade.

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There has to be more control over things like immigration.

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It is not allowed to be that easy to come in and get then bendfits.

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Neustadt bears the hallmarks of a traditional Germany, but like its

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country, its identity is closely aligned with that of the EU.

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Most people are happy to sed that relationship deepen.

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More on this one on Sunday. People in parts of Hull are bracing

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themselves for an increase hn their parking permits. They want to raise

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it from ?7 50 up to ?33 a ydar. A big response on this story. Thanks

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for your messages and e`mails. A former Lincolnshire distrhct

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councillor has been found gtilty of indecent assault. He represdnted

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Chapel Saint Leonards. He stood down shortly after the allegations were

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made. He was cleared of further counts of rape, indecent assault and

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indecency with a child. The jury was unable to reach verdicts on indecent

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assault and indecency with ` child. He has been granted bail and is due

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back in court on the 7th of July for sentencing.

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Hull City striker Nikica Jelavic played a decisive role in Croatia's

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only goal in the side's opening game in the World Cup. Jelavic is only

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the second Tigers' player ever to appear in a World Cup competition.

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He captained his side in last night's 3`1 defeat by Brazil and was

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involved in the build up to Brazil's own`goal which put Croatia `head.

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In rugby league, both Hull FC and Hull KR are playing tonight. The

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last time the Black and Whites played was a fortnight ago when they

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beat the London Broncos. Thdy play Widnes tonight. Hull KR suffered a

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heavy defeat when they lost at Castleford. Tonight they're at home

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Lincolnshire tennis player says she is looking forward to playing her

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Wimbledon qualifying matches next week. Jade Windley will be playing

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in the singles and doubles qualifying rounds. If she gdts

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through, it will be her second year playing at Wimbledon.

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Probably the greatest experhence I've had playing tennis.

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I really hope I can qualify this year so I can have that agahn.

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If she gets to Wimbledon shd will be joining Lincoln's Daniel Cl`rk and

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Kyle Edmonds. Student chefs have been battling for the title of Uk

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Young Seafood Chef Of The Ydar. Heading up the judging panel was a

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celebrity chef. Our correspondent watched the competition. Thd pans

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are boiling hot and the knives razor sharp. The atmosphere is like a

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pressure cabal. 18 young chdfs or determing to win. I have always

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wanted to be a chef. We tridd last year but did not get through to the

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final. But it will not be e`sy to impress. It is nerve wracking when

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he comes round and shakes your hand. He starts sniffing in your pans

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With more cookery contest is like these on our screens, this hmage is

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attracting plenty of young recruits. We have seen a big change. People

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look at professional chefs `s a good location. When I was a chef, I was a

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reject from society. This competition promotes the usd of fish

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in cookery and each team prdpares three fish `based dishes. These

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young chefs will hopefully dnd up in restaurants and hotels. I think they

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will realise the value and importance of seafood. According to

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statistics, we are eating ldss fish as a country these days. Hotsehold

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registers has declined by 8.4%. But here they are passionate about

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seafood and keen to reverse that trend. It is hard to cook and people

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try to stay away from it. It would be better if people did learn how to

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cook fish. As the sponsors sample the results, it is a thumbs up. I

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have enjoyed it very much. Ht is restaurant quality, I would be happy

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to pay for that in a restaurant South Essex College take thd crown.

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But these students are busy and have no time for disappointment.

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The organisers of the annual cabbage throwing Championships are getting

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ready to host contestants from around the world. The event is in

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its second year. Simon has been to see the preparations. There is a new

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sport in town. It requires ` keen eye. And nerves of steel. You are

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about to experience a taste of the world cabbage throwing compdtition.

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It is like scoring a goal at the World Cup if you get one in the

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tyres. You do get totally dhfferent results, it is great. You jtst aim

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your cabbage, pull the pin `nd you are there. This will be the second

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year that this extravaganza this weekend. They hope to build on the

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surprise success of last ye`r. Everybody was tentative abott having

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a go, but later in the day, the arena was full. Everybody w`nted to

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see it. The only cabbage throwing competition? There is a competition

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in America. It is the creathon of John Ward. We set the cabbage in the

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sling. When you pull the pin it will go at a rate of knots. It alazed us,

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we did not know it would go global. We laughingly said world cabbage,

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not realising when we looked online and we have got a foothold hn so

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many countries. The interest last year was phenomenal. There `re

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health and safety aspects bdcause cabbages way quite a bit. There is

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an alternative for the children .. Onions. Organisers would like us to

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stress no vegetables will bd wasted in the making of this report. All of

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them are rejects and by Monday will be fed to the cattle.

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Only in Lincolnshire! Let's have a re`of the headlines.

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The director at the school `t the centre of abuse allegations in

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Rochdale, a senior police officer says he was misled by the council.

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People accused of parking illegally on the Lincolnshire coast s`y they

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will defy the authorities and stay overnight. Risk of a few light

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showers tomorrow, dry for the rest of the day. Cooler, especially on

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the coast. On the subject of parking. Somebody says, thex should

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visit Australia says, these people who choose to

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break the bylaws should be prosecuted to the maximum. Thanks

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for your messages. Very good weekend. Look after yourselves.

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Goodbye. Make the most of your weekend,

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wherever you are.

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