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following a breakthrough in relations. -- in Iran.

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Good evening. Welcome to BBC Look North.

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Six months after the tidal surge a call for better protection for the

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country's most valuable farlland. Almost half the country's fruit and

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The resz dents who say they will lose everything if they are forced

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to leave a chalet park. We `re going to be homeless. The council are

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making us homeless. Closed for repairs. Now, thdre are

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fears for the future of Grilsby s ice rink.

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The Hull teenagers flying the flag for England.

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And we will have the weather for you in 15 minutes.

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A senior Conservative MP has told Look North that the Governmdnt

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should urgently review the way it funds flood prevention to avoid a

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repeat of last year's floodhng. In a report out today, Anne McIntosh who

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chairs the Environment Select Committee says the Government should

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look again at its flooding policy. It comes as farmers in Lincolnshire

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and East Yorkshire are demanding more help to protect their land In

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a moment we'll be hearing from Anne MacIntosh, but first Paul Mtrphy is

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What are farmers telling yot about their problems, Paul? Well, we are

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on the eve of the Lincolnshhre Show. A time when the farming comlunity

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does come together and likes to chew the fat and reflect on the dvents of

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the past year. One of the kdy events was the tidal surge. It is causing

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concern for farmers and I h`ve been to talk to one community of farmers

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around the Wash who feel vulnerable. The tidal surge may have bedn six

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months ago, but work to rep`ir battered flood defences continues

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today. So we had to dam this here. On Hugh Drake's farm, the storm

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punched two large holes in the sea zero. The area is regarded `s the

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most fertile farming land in Britain. It accounts for 40$ of

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England's vegetables and flower and bulb production. 1,000 people are ``

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17,000 people are employed here But flooding poses a risk according to

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the National Farmers' Union there must be continued investment in

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defences. We're not protecthng large urban areas, we are protecthng huge

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areas of land. Agency believes its current defences

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in the Wash are adequate. The events of the 5th December were a wake`up

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call, but the defences we h`ve designed did their job. Thex stood

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up by and large to the event. That event was the highest recorded.

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Farmers are working on a new strategy to ensure the long`term

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protection of this land. I take the view that it may just as easily

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happen this winter or in thd next five years which means therd is an

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urgency about developing a strategy and implementing it as soon as

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possible. As the Government comes under growing pressure to focus more

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on flood defences, farmers will be hoping that this fertile corner of

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England will not be overlooked. Paul, the question is how mtch real

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help are farmers being offered at the moment? Well, there havd been

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specific packages of support available to farmers, but what the

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farming community in general wants is the bigger picture stuff. A

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better strategy for flood ddfence. More money putting into it `s the

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Select Committee does as well, which is criticised DEFRA today, the

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organisation, the Government department which funds flood

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defences. They have said DEFRA has said that it is spending record

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amounts on flood defences. Ht has over 50 schemes on the go at the

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moment. 50 extra schemes it believes that its defences are fit for

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purpose. Paul, thank you.

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Ann Macintosh is the chair of the Select Committee and I put that

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point to her that the Government are saying that they are doing `ll that

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they can to protect rural areas Well, we believe we need to persuade

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the Government to recognise the value of farmland and where

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thousands of acres are taken out of production, that could push up the

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price of food, but it could make us less self`sufficient and more food

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insecure. Why do you think we need to protect farmland when thdre is a

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natural process taking placd here? Why bother, isn't it just s`ving off

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the inevitable? No, we are only 62% self`sufficient at the moment and we

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are looking at food securitx and its impact on the country's food and we

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want to be a major exporter of food as well. We can't afford a situation

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where farmers are going to lose vast amounts of crops or maybe their live

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stock in the event of a major flood. Do farmers have to accept that some

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land will have to be sacrifhced to save other people's homes and

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property? I think there are ways we can look at. It shouldn't bd

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Government monies, there cotld be CAP funds and water companids

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wishing to invest. There ard all sorts of soft, more natural flood

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defences we can look at rather than asking the farmer to take a hit Is

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the Government spending at the moment the bare minimum on flood

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protection? Is that your mahn criticism? We are saying thdy are

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spending the minimum on regtlar maipt nans `` maintenance and

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dredging. There must be a r`tio here somewhere? Yes, it you take dredging

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and food prevention together then I believe the figure is for every ?1

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spent you save ?8 in terms of flood damage that might be caused. We are

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trying to factor in new mondy. It shouldn't just be Government money

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that we're spending. Some of the concerns were raised over sdven

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years ago when there was thd Pitt Review. Why are we still talking

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about this now? Because we only have a limited budget. It is a lhke the

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Health Service. You're never going to have enough money to spend on

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flood protection measures so you've got to use the limited amount of

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money sensibly and carefullx and we're saying that you've got to rely

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more on local knowledge, working with drainage boards. Have the

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Government, I accept what you say there, but have the Governmdnt got

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to spend more? We're saying you should remove this artifici`l

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division between capital spdnding and maintenance spending and have

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one single budget for flood funding and that one change would m`ke a

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revolutionary difference to the way we fund flood protection and flood

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defence measures in the futtre. Thank you very much indeed.

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S The Select Committee report out today. Let us know what you think.

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Are the farmers right to deland more help from the Government? Should

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they get a higher priority when it comes to flood defences? Do you feel

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assured by the Government's planning for food defences?

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Your thoughts on this, farmhng or otherwise, if you want to e`mail us:

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In a moment: You slapped me. It had worldwide success, but the lan

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behind this play says he is proud that it is coming home to Htll.

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People living on a chalet development built in East Yorkshire

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without planning permission say they'll be left homeless unless a

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planning inspector rules thdy can stay on the site. Residents have

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been living at Lakeminster Park all year round. But the East Riding of

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Yorkshire Council says they have no right to do so. A second public

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inquiry has started to decide on the future of the site.

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With countryside views, Lakdminster Park seemed like an ideal place to

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retire to. But the bungalows were built without planning permhssion

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and the 130 people living hdre have been told they must leave the site.

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Jackie was among those todax at county hall for the start of this

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second appeal against that decision. It's horrendous. We've all put our

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money into these properties. We haven't got money to move somewhere

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else. We're worried sick. The council are making us homeldss. In

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2008, people moved on to thd park. In 2011 residents were told they

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couldn't live there all year round because there was only planning

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permission for holiday homes. A year later, the council refused `n

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application for permanent rdsidency. A decision upheld after an `ppeal.

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That was later quashed after the inspector made a legal error

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resulting in this second inpuiry. The appellants are making the

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argument that the residents should be allowed to live on that site but

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the council are arguing that would set a dangerous precedent for the

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many other holiday sites th`t the council has.

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REPORTER: You are saying it would encourage other landowners to flout

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planning rules? Indeed, it would. A develop admitted the site doesn t

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have permission for use as ` holiday park. So how could so many homes

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have been sold when they should never have been built here hn the

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first place? A separate fratd investigation is underway. The

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argument is these are the txpes of homes the country needs and the

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developer, Lakeminster Park Limited is appealing for planning

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permission. A story we've followed from the

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start and we will continue to do so. A woman has been found dead at a

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house in Lincoln. The 29`year`old was discovered at an

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address in the city centre darly this afternoon. Her death is being

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described as unexplained by police The decision about the future of a

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former cinema in Hull which was bombed during World War II has been

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delayed again. Hull City Council says it ndeds more

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details on the funding to bd made available from the Heritage Lottery

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Fund and English Heritage. The council will decide in four months

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if it needs to buy the old cinema on The head of the Trust which runs

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Bridlington Hospital says it's an asset which must be exploitdd".

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There've been concerns locally that the hospital is being run down as

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more and more services were moved to neighbouring Scarborough. Btt now

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new treatments are being brought to Bridlington. Vicky

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Johnson has been to find out more. Peter is walking without sthcks just

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three weeks after his hip replacement at the new orthopaedic

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unit at Bridlington Hospital. The recovery has been excellent. I think

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that's probably due to the atmosphere here. There is a very,

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very nice, very nice and pldasant atmosphere here. Peter is one of the

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first patients to benefit from Bridlington's new role. It hs taking

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over planned surgery from Scarborough Hospital which was

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struggling to cope with dem`nd. The facilities will be good to develop

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to increase through to Bridlington Hospital and hopefully we whll be

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able to attract patients to Bridlington to have their operations

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here. While there are two operating theatres here, even more capacity

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has been needed so a tempor`ry solution has been found. Thdy might

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not look much, but inside these temporary buildings is a fully

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functioning operating theatre. The plan is to carry out at least 1 000

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surgical procedures, operathons over the next year. Over the past ten

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years, Bridlington lost manx services lead to go protest after

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protest. So could this new tnit mark a revival in its fortunes? H see the

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community hospital such as Bridlington as an asset to be

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exploited. We will be setting our stall out and investing in `

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permanent theatre and perhaps another to bring services stch as

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day care treatments, day work, that type of thing into the hosphtal but

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at this moment, you know, I guess we have to prove that the orthopaedic

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project works. Those in charge believe the hospital does h`ve an

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important role to play in the future.

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Thank you for watching this Tuesday night. Still ahead on the programme:

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Watched by millions around the world, the Hull teenagers home from

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their World Cup dream. I was panicking a bit that H was

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going to let go of the flag It was really, really exciting. Our tummies

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did go! That's a great story coming up.

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Tonight's photograph is a rdal winner. It is one of my favourite

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places. It is Flamborough lighthouse. Shirley says tell Paul

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Hudson to just tell us that it is going to be miserable. If you look

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out the window, it is raining. It will be miserable at Shirlex's house

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tomorrow if that's the way xou want to be! Do you want to upset the

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viewers? The Phil Neville of weather forecasting!

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Well, that is a slur! It is going to be drizzly and damp especially at

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Shirley's house in the mornhng, but it will turn drier and brighter and

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that's a similar forecast for the link shire Show. `` Lincolnshire

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Show. Not a bad day. The afternoon should be dry and turn brighter

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later. With Thursday looking mostly dry as well. There is that `rea of

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high pressure, it is feeding a lot of cloud on the northerly stream and

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the cloud has been thick enough to produce a little drizzle in the last

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hour or two. It has been be`utiful across south Lincolnshire. Xou can

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see the cloud streaming in from the north`east. If anything, thd cloud

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base will lower and the clotd will thicken so it will bring a little

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bit of patchy light rain and drizzle southwards overnight. Amounts will

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be quite small. We will see lowest temperatures 13 Celsius or 04

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Celsius so quite a muggy night to come. The sun rises in the lorning

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at 4.30am. In Cleethorpes at 10.12am.

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There will be drizzle, but the amounts will be small. The `fternoon

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should be generally dry. Sthll the chance of the odd shower, btt it

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becomes dry and I think in the brighter spots, again away from the

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coast, it should feel quite warm and humid. The coast still with the

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breeze. Chilly, 15 Celsius or 1 Celsius. At the showground, 19

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Celsius by the middle of tolorrow afternoon. A pleasant 66 degrees

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Fahrenheit. Thursday, mostlx dry and cloudy. Friday and the weekdnd looks

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generally dry with some bright or sunny intervals. That's the

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forecast. If Shirley is watching, the e`mail address...

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LAUGHTER She won't be tomorrow! Oh, ht is

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miserable there. LAUGHTER

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See you tomorrow! Fears are growing over the long`term

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future of Grimsby's ice rink. It has been closed for over a week after a

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cooling system failed. North`east Lincolnshire Council blamed the age

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and the condition of the site for the closure. Customers say there has

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been under investment and they are worried that it may never rdcope.

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`` re`open. The sign advertises ice skating

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here, but yet again, the rink is closed. A cooling system fahled for

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the second time in just over a month. Terry runs grim bee hce

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hockey `` Grimsby ice hockex club. He feel he is being kept in the dark

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about when it will re`open. We think, as a club, it is the death

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knell for the club. It just seems to be one thing after another. People

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keeping us in the dark and we have got to reregister the teams next

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month. So we want to know h`ve we got an ice rink? For this ice hockey

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mad family, training is cancelled and a fear it could hinder ` career

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in the sport. Our fears are that it is going to close down for good and

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we're not going to have anywhere to go across to Hull which is lore

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expense. I have been playing since I was four. It is the latest

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controversy to hit north`east Lincolnshire's leisure facilities.

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There seems to be a lot of things closed down a lot of the tile. Not

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good for when it is children's school holidays and half terms and

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things. It is not a good st`te of affairs really, is it, to bd honest?

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I think they need to buck their ideas up basically. I don't think

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they are not used enough and while they are not used, they are not a

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priority. The council said nobody was available for a statement today,

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but said that contractors are working to rectify problems here and

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there should be an update for the customers in the next few d`ys. The

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statement said that engineers are looking at the problems in detail

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and will be providing costs. It is exploring options to bring ` new ice

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rink to the area, but it must be proved to be sustainable.

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There is the text number: Maybe you have been affected by the

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closure at the moment of thd ice rink in Grimsby. Maybe you `re

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worried about its future. Let us know your thoughts in the

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usual way. Jade will be in the doubles later

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this week. Hull FC may have to do without Liam Watts as they travel to

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the Catalan Dragons. They h`ve enjoyed big win ins their l`st two

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games. But Watts forgetfulndss may rule him out.

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They won't be too many changes to the squad. Maybe Liam Watts who has

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had a passport saga. I have had two missed calls off him in the last two

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minutes. Don't lose your passport. A player from `` a playwright from

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Hull said he is proud his work is being shown in Hull.

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Next week, a new cast is brhnging the play to the New Theatre in Hull.

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With James cord den in the role the play won two awards. Richard left

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Hull as a teenager and is working at the National Theatre in London. He

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is delighted his most famous play is coming to his home city. I'l proud

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that it is going to happen. We broadcast it at the National Theatre

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do broadcasts some of their plays and that went to the cinemas in Hull

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and my parents and they lovdd it. The thing they must enjoyed about

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the broadcast was that the place was full. The cinema was full. H think

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they went expecting it to bd just, you know, mum and dad and that's it

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because the only reason thex went was because I had written it. Did

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you dream it would be as successful as it has been? You dream of that,

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don't you? I think maybe thd question is also did I know that it

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might become the monster th`t it is? We did a couple of dress rehearsals

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and we had school kids in and they went bonkers and I started thinking

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oh my goodness, this is extraordinary, I have not sden this

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before. After that success, he is writing two plays for Hull City of

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Culture year. One about stand`up comedians and the other is Hull s

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role in the English Civil W`r. We like to think it started English

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Civil War. If you are a Hull kid, like me, you are insanely proud that

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we were kind of, well invented constitutional Parliamentarx

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democracy. It will be a serhous political farce which will be funny.

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Will you be working with local tea lent with those `` talent? Xes, I

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would like to fill the room with Hull accents telling the king to go

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and get stuffed in a Hull accent will be so much better than I don't

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know, a Sussex accent. Therd will be work for Hull actors, I hopd! Before

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the Hull actors, he is workhng with Billie Piper, and Robert Gldnister

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about a play on the relationship between the police and politicians.

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And having the touring prodtction of his best known play come to Hull New

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Theatre will, he says, be f`bulous. Two teenagers from Hull havd

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returned home after a trip of a lifetime. They carried the flag for

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England's opening match agahnst Italy. Whatever the England team

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blame for their defeat against Italy, they can't blame the

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build`up. That's because thdy had two of the luckiest people from Hull

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who won a competition to carry the flag of our nation in front of them.

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Emily and Jamie sat proudly here as the front two flagbearers. They

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arrived home last night and were going through their photos this

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morning. So let's see how they got on. First, getting their in style.

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An unexpected upgrade to business class. On arrival, a tour of the

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Opera House and a trip along the Amazon, but soon it was timd to

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rehearse in the Amazonia Ardna. Then to the event itself on a

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worldwide stage. It was probably just as we were about to walk on to

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the pitch, that's when it lhke really sunk in. When we walked on,

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that's when we heard the massive roar. Everybody started chedring

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went we walk on to the pitch. We look at each other and we h`d smiles

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across our faces and our hands were sweaty from the nerves and the heat.

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I was panicking that I was going to let go of the flag! It was just it

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was really, really exciting. Our tummies did go.

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The memories are amazing, btt memorabilia helps too.

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We got cups in the stadium. Footballs. Tracksuit tops. @ plough

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pipe. We got to bring home the actual England flag! It was a trip

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of a lifetime and an adventtre they will never forget. As for England

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versus Uruguay on Thursday, they will just have to find another flag!

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Fantastic. Well done to Emily and Jamie.

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The headlines: Britain is to re`open its elbassy in

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Iran as the Iraq crisis deepens Farmers in link shire are c`lling ``

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Lincolnshire are calling for better flood protection. Tomorrow's

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weather, a damp and drizzly day but getting better in the afternoon

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A response on the subject of flooding after the conversation

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there. Dave in Lincoln says, "Typical of our country. We are

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surrounded by water. It does not take a degree to realise th`t there

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is a risk of flooding." Bob says, " The Government should protect the

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land that grouse half the food in this country. " Janet says, "Farmers

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need to put back the hedgerows instead of farming every inch of

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land." Another viewer says the Government must provide flood

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protection. Keith says, "Thdre is always funding available. Wd just

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need to stop David Cameron sending our billions abroad." A thele that

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came up again last night. Wd will have more on this story latdr on

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tonight. Join me for the late news here on BBC One at 10.25pm. Enjoy

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your evening. See you tomorrow. Good night.

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