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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North. The headlines tonight.

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Hull is missed off plans for a high speed rail link connecting cities

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across the North. What next for Grimsby's ice rink

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If you just deal with the Ldas and Manchester route, that will not deal

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with the regeneration we nedd in the North.

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Councillors say they cannot give any guarantees about the future of

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Grimsby ice rink. It will returns to a field where she

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was trampled by cows. I am frightened of the memories.

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And I'm a Wimbledon to see how local tennis players have fared.

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And the weekend forecast in 15 minutes.

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Hull has been missed off ambitious plans to connect cities in the North

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on a high speed rail link. The Chancellor, George Osborne, says HS3

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could be built between Manchester and Leeds to create a "northern

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global powerhouse." It's an extension of the existing plan to

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build a high speed link between London and Birmingham. It comes just

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a week after doubt was raisdd over the future of direct trains between

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Manchester and Cleethorpes. Tolu Adeoye reports.

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It's deja vu for Hull when ht comes to high speed rail

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announcements. Once again it's been missed off an ambition by the

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Government to improve links across the country.

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We need to think big. We nedd an ambitious plan to make the cities

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and towns in this northern belt radically well`connected from east

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to west. Today, I want us to start thinking about whether to start

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building that connection from East to West.

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a high speed link between London and Birmingham. A second phase hs

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planned up to Manchester and Leeds. Today the Chancellor discussed

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extending the project to link the east and west ` so far Hull isn t

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The journey from Harle is about two hours. With high`speed rail, this

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could be It's a great planet with those from

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Hull to Liverpool. Otherwisd it s half baked. It has to be right

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across from the ease with that of the East Coast of the West Coast

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building in the four Graves' disease.

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Earlier this year local polhticians and businesses successfully lobbied

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the Government to consider hncluding Hull in a plan to electrify the

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transpennine line. They say rail links

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to the city must be addressdd urgently.

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I asked him if it was anothdr case of Harle missing out. Not at all. We

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are looking at all suggestions from the wider community. What the

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Chancellor was doing was floating the idea of having an HS three,

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getting the delay going. But also making this argument that the cities

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of the North. Are part of a northern powerhouse. But he said Manchester

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to Leeds. Did he mean hull`lacro as well? What she clearly set out was

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that it was clearly too difficult to get from Manchester to get from from

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Liverpool to Hull. But does he mean that the new link should go from

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Manchester to how or from M`nchester to Leeds. He says we should look at

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the idea that goes from east to west and then he raised a series of

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different options in talking about how long it takes to get from east

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to west. The central point hs that we should look at having an east

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whence link. Dashing east`wdst link. But is how in all out? He s`id we

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should have a debate about where it goes. Do you think it should" Mac

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eye of a huge fan because I grew up in Chester and I grew up in Hull.

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The link is many years away. We are not electrified here. Are we

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the poor relation these days? I would not say that. I would say that

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there is a lot of work that has to happen. The city of culture will

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help with that. There is a direct line to London, which there is not

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from all parts of the country. But clearly, then it's to be improved

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infrastructure. Could you gdt the finalising the electrificathon plans

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in time for city of culture? Those sorts of issue 's are exactly what

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we need to work on to get this northern powerhouse going. The point

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about the Chancellor was saxing today is that there is a problem in

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that there has been a huge `mount of investment in London and it is a

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connected city but across the north, there are cities that can bd

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connected to make sure that we have the same sort of impact. Good to

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have your the programme, Mr Hancock. Is this a way that is this Hull

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missing out. What you make what you just heard.

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In a moment... As alleged patient mistreatlent is

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investigated, accusations that health bosses in Northern

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Lincolnshire failed to work together.

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Humberside Police are continuing to question a man and a woman `fter a

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newborn baby was found dead in Hull. A member of the public calldd the

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police after finding the baby girl on Saturday evening. Her body was

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found near a cycle path in Dast Hull, close to Rockford Avenue.

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The first gay British clergxman to get married has had his perlission

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to lead some services revokdd. Canon Jeremy Pemberton, who's a hospital

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chaplain in Lincoln, married his long`term partner in April. This was

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in defiance of guidance by Church of England bishops. He'll no longer be

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allowed to operate as a pridst in Nottinghamshire, but will continue

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It's been closed for the last two weeks and now, people who use

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Grimsby's ice rink have been told there are no guarantees that it will

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re`open. The rink's been closed because there's a problem whth the

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cooling system in the buildhng and angry ice hockey players and skaters

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will meet this evening to ahr their concerns. Senior councillors say

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they can't promise it will dver re`open. Emma Massey reports.

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This ice rink in Grimsby has been closed for over two weeks dte to

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problems with the cooling sxstem. Today as fears grow over thd future

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of the facility a meeting w`s held by some users to find out what's

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Going on. They have not told us what is going on. What are your concerns?

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I think they are shutting down by stealth.

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Social media is now being used in a bid to get the rink reopened. Since

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a Facebook page to save it launched a few days ago nearly 2,500

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people have joined the group. There's also two other online

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north east Lincolnshire?s ldisure facilities ` last year Scartho Baths

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was shut for weeks due to asbestos ` and Cleethorpes Leisure Centre has

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closed twice since refurbishment to replace anti`slip floors.

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But the council says there `re no guarantees that Grimsby ice rink

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will reopen. We are looking at options. It will always be whether

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we can afford it or not. Wh`t the best value for money is. Thdn we

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will make a final decision. cancelled which means travelling

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elsewhere at great expense. The The kids are devastated. Our kids

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are going to a tournament in Sheffield and because they have not

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been able to train, we rentdd a yesterday one and a half hotrs of

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time. Those affected by a possible closure here way that this could be

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the start of many other sports facilities closing in the town.

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It is another one you might want to comment on. Should the council be

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considering their options or should it be reopened come what max. Get in

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touch. There is a lot of interest in this story at the moment. A little

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bit later on, I will be talking to the deputy leader of the cotncil

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about the future of the ice rink. So don't miss that one.

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Lincoln's Dan Cox has gone out of Wimbledon in the first round today.

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He was beaten by a player r`nked number 42 in the world. But

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Beverley's Kyle Edmund is ctrrently on court in his first round match,

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How is Kyle Dalling? He is hanging on by a thread. The Austrian took

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the third is `` first set 6`3, that there was a tie`breaker in the

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second. That was won by the Austrian. Kyle could face another

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tie`breaker because he is for`2 down. Let's talk about Dan Cox. He

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is on court 18, which once had the longest tennis match in history

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This was him in action. His `` he secured a fantastic break. The crowd

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right behind him and he could then see it out to win that set.

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Marvellous news for him but in the end, the man he was playing was just

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too strong. He prevailed ovdr all. But Dan says that his experhence at

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Wimbledon has taught him a lot. The first set was very tough. I did not

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find my feet at all to begin with. He doesn't give you any rhythm. That

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first set went gritty Greg. Then I found my feet and started playing

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pretty well. `` the first sdt went pretty well. `` went pretty quick.

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The Austrian is now serving for the match against Carl Edmund of

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Beverley. Thank you very much.

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Still ahead tonight ` she spent two weeks in intensive care ` and now a

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woman who was trampled by cows returns to the field where ht

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Happened. Keep your pictures coming in. What did the BBC but all that

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they claim to keep him out of beer tent?

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I wish I could get a good Whmbledon! The weather headlines are there is a

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risk of a showers and a cold front. Some bundled phones are heading

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southwards into Cambridgeshhre. Elsewhere in the North it is mostly

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fine with some sunshine. Ond or two macro showers following frol the

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North. Most of us should become dry. This sunrise is at these tiles. So

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we will get to a mostly dry and bright start. Overnight showers

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cannot be ruled out. The cold front figures cloud late in the morning

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bringing it band of patchy light rain southwards. From mid`afternoon,

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skies will brighten and the sun should make another appearance. The

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best of tomorrow's weather `t first and then again later with a cloudy

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spell in between. Let's look at the top two bridges. Cooler along the

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coast. `` let's look at the top temperatures. Wednesday looks dry

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with some sunshine. Mostly fine Do you remember when you were hn the

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beer tent all afternoon at ` Yorkshire show? I think that the

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cast is on tape sometime. It's a classic!

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Thanks! Take care.

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that Grimsby and Scunthorpe hospitals were being investhgated

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for ten cases of alleged brdaches in patient care. Look North's health

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correspondent Vicky Johnson was there ` what concerns were raised at

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Representatives from both shdes were brought to the meeting and they were

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asked whether every patient was getting the best possible c`re? They

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each said they could not have complete confidence because that was

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impossible for any hospital to achieve. They then asked `` they

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were then asked whether the hospital had the correct procedures to

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identify failings. They said they would only know what the current

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investigation was completed. Senior representatives from the hospital's

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trust arriving to put their views before the North Lincoln scrutiny

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group. It has been a diffictlt few months. In October 2012, high

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mortality rates in hospitals in North Lincolnshire make the

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headlines. Then Scunthorpe `nd Grimsby hospitals were put hn

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special medal `` special me`sures. Then the Clinical Commissioning

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Group made concerns public `fter allegations of poor care. Standards

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of care have dropped and vulnerable patients are being deprived of

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adequate food and fluids. The hospital trust chief nurse told the

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health scrutiny panel that they had known about every single ond of the

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incidents because their own staff had reported them. She went on to

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say that an investigation process had been agreed with the Clhnical

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Commissioning Group and othdr partners and she added that it was

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very disappointing that othdrs have stepped outside of that

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investigation process. Hosphtal officials told the health scrutiny

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panel that they did not know the CCG whether you make the incidents

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public at a meeting last wedk. The CCG insisted they had told

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hospitals. I know that the CCG are not putting their full trust into

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the North Lincolnshire hosphtals group. I am worried. Busy, scrutiny

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are interested in the public. We represent the public. It is insisted

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that staff and patients are very good at reporting incidents. They

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receive thousands of alerts but most amount to nothing. This way,

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Scunthorpe Hospital was givdn a tentative vote of confidencd. I

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would be happy to be treated at this hospital and so would my falily But

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the issues that were raised last year, `` last week, if they are

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real, they are of concern. The chief nurse said that she had every

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confidence in her staff and revealed that her own young son was currently

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a patient in Scunthorpe Gendral So when will we know what h`s

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happened? The investigation and review should be conceited sometime

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early next month so we should find out then. July is shaping up to be a

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very busy month for the trust. They will also find that the latdst

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findings from the Care Qualhty Commission about what they found in

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their visit in April. They will also find out towards the end of the

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month whether they are going to be taken out a special measures.

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A section of Hull City centre is closed off as the emergency services

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deal with an industrial inchdent. Five fire engines and a number of

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police vehicles are at the scene on paragon Street near the Citx Hall.

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A woman who was trampled by cows after going on a treasure htnt in

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Lincolnshire has revisited the area for the first time. Sarah Ldonard

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was in intensive care for two and a half weeks and almost died. She

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survived because she managed to call 999 even though she now remdmbers

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nothing about the attack. Shmon Spark reports.

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Seven months ago, Sarah Leonard was in Lincolnshire feels, geoc`ching.

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But it all went horribly wrong when she was trampled by cows. Police

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emergency? Hello, you are through. I'm been trampled by cows, H can

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hardly move! Despite a brokdn jaw, collarbone, two broken arms and

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broken ribs, Sarah managed to grow the emergency services. But because

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she did not know exactly whdre she was, it took 40 minutes for them to

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reach. We will find you. Sarah spent two and a half weeks in intdnsive

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care and five weeks overall in Lincoln County Hospital. Her dog,

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which was on a lease, was found cowering under a hedge 24 hours

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later. I can remember seeing them, I can remember them coming towards

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me. How fast, I don't know. I remember I shouted, but exactly what

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I shouted or did, I don't know. And then I can't remember anythhng else.

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When asked to describe how would you feel to walk towards the next style,

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that was something she could not do. I am frightened of getting the

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memories back. It might not happen, but I would rather not. Last time we

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were filming year, we got an idea of how fast an inquisitive `` how fast

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and inquisitive cows can be. We were filming with cows to feel the way

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but we had to take shelter behind but we had to take shelter behind

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this style. Recent cases like Sarah 's are on the rise. Between 200 and

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nine, there were five reported capital attacks. This rose to eight

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in the following year and" hs 1 in 2010 to 2011. Stephen Ireland is a

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farmer. He says that people need to know what to do. If they have a dog

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with them, they should keep it under close control. And no way should

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they pick that dog up. The calcium the dog is the threat `` thd cow

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sees the dog as the threat, and will go for both of you is that hs the

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situation. It could be a ye`r before Sarah recovers fully. She is

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geocaching again, just not on her own.

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Relatives of the air crews that survived `` were killed when

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equities were killed in a L`ncaster bomber crash visited the site.

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Implant was unveiled in Lincolnshire.

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A memorial service for their relatives. Killed when two Lancaster

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is collided midair 70 years ago Among the congregation, Marhe

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pollard, who never knew her father. She was 11 months old and lhving in

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Australia when he died in the crash. It is a big, black hole. I didn t

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know much about him. I found out a lot in the last 18 months or two

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years. This has put some fldsh on the bones. The crash happendd here

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in the sky over Cronin. Vishtors at a nearby fair said they saw six

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Lancaster is in a training dxercise when two collided in midair. They

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span out of control and crashed It was a similar dated today. These

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aircraft touched and there were screams from people in the crowd.

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Only one man got out. His son Chris Only one man got out. His son Chris

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returned to the crash site. Just to be here and think that my poor dad

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was coming down in a parachtte and all his friends had been killed in

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the two planes came down, not too far from here, very emotion`l. Very

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emotional indeed. The crews were part of the Pathfinder Forcd. Their

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job was to guide aircraft and their target in the Second World War. But

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when the two Lancaster is collided, they were practising flying in

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formation. People would concentrate on the operational losses btt many

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were lost during training mhssions. They were hazardous. The heritage is

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on display at the Lincolnshhre aviation centre after a grotp of

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local enthusiasts spent years researching the clerk `` thd crash.

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The wreckage is part of Lincolnshire's history. It tells the

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story of what these lads did. They were just glad. This to noon, a plot

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was unveiled here. It `` thhs afternoon, a Placa was unvehled

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here. A permanent reminder. A recap of the national

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and regional headlines. An international outcry as three Al

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Jazeera journalists are sentenced to seven years in jail in Egypt on

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terrorism`related charges. And disappointment as Hull hs missed

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off plans for connecting cities in the north.

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And the weather...cloudy with the risk of a few showers first

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And then backing up later on. On the subject of the North, Hull is

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that of a city of culture, we should have trains to reach all parts of

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the North. Janet says, regarding ages three, the nobody talks about

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Lincoln. We don't even have a direct link. We were also talking `bout the

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ice rink. Sarah on Facebook says that we need

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this ring. It has been with us all these years and we have depdnding on

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it. We do not deserve to lose it. We will be talking at 10:25pm to the

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deputy leader of North East Lincolnshire Council. See you later.

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Goodbye.

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