25/06/2014 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


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high, 15-20. It's not all bad. Thank you very much. That's all from us so

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it's goodbye On Look North at 6.30: Thousands of

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patients are forced to wait for Good evening and welcome to

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BBC Look North. Thousands of patients face

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delays to see a doctor becatse Two senior doctors have had to stay

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on because we cannot get replacements.

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The councils wasting millions picking up litter across East

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The giant water pipe arriving at Bridlington from Norway to

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We meet the family trying to turn the town of Market Weighton.

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England's quite a rubbish tdam, and Thousands of patients are bding

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forced to wait to see a doctor because GPs don't want to work

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in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. The group that represents them says

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hundreds of training positions the East Midlands ` which includes

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Lincolnshire ` 38% are vacant. In Yorkshire

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and the Humber the figure is 23 . Both are much higher that

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the national average of 13%. The British Medical Association says

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GP services are in crisis, ` claim denied by the Government whhch says

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that nationally it's recruited ,000 GPs are, they say, busier than ever.

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They're seeing an extra 40 lillion patients compared to five ydars ago.

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But fewer new doctors are opting to train in general practice.

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Francesca Wright is a junior doctor and doing a GP placement in

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Immingham. She says others `re being put off by the Government's promise

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to extend opening hours. We have been given the imprdssion

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there will be more on calls and night shift, certainly out of hours

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shift and weekends. I think a lot of the attraction for some people is

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now perhaps not there any more. At Peter Melton's practice, two

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senior GPs have been unable to retire because they can't rdcruit

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behind them. Last year, doctors were givdn more

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responsibility for healthcare in their own areas.

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A spokesman for the Departmdnt of Health insists that the recdnt

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reforms should have strengthened Services. I have done this before. I

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have worked long hours. Why should I put myself through that agahn? They

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haven't explained the real reasons behind this. Was it financi`l? We

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don't know. Doctors leaders are warning with this increase hn

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shortage of GPs, especially in our area, the situation is likely to

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deteriorate further. Dr Chaand Nagpaul is the ch`ir

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of the British Medical He joins me now

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from the association's annu`l They

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haven't explained the real reasons behind this. Was it financi`l? We

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don't know. Doctors leaders are warning with this increase hn

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shortage of GPs, especially in our overwhelmed with the demand on our

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time. We do not have enough GPs enough practice necessaries, enough

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points month `` enough practice nurses. We are overwhelmed with an

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increasing number of patients who need our services. We just haven't

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had an increase in capacity. We are dealing with four or five chronic

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conditions. A lot of care is moving out of hospitals, so it is simply a

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mismatch between demand and capacity. It is not just

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recruitment. GPs are retiring early. In a BMA survey, quarter of GPs were

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considering quitting altogether Is it scaremongering on your p`rt? I

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can honestly say it would bd folly to write this offer scaremongering.

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This is something the department must take seriously. We had a 1 %

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reduction in the number of xoung doctors who chose to become GPs We

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have 451 places unfilled. What other pressures GPs say they are tnder? I

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doctors not as robust as thdy once were? Young doctors choose to work

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at hospitals rather than surgeries, because I think what is not being

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understood by the government is that the pressures on being a GP are

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intolerable for many doctors. We are seeing 25 patients at ten mhnute

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intervals. Each one requires an intense consultation. You h`ve huge

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amounts of paperwork. The d`y is absolutely packed. But what about

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some of the remaining GPs. We'll have to get rid of some of their

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patients? `` will they have to get rid of some of their patients? We

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need to make sure patients `re treated safely. If they are unable

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to recruit a doctor in practice if they have unfilled vacancies,

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clearly, they must make surd patients are served safely. In the

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situations, these practices have had dialogue with NHS England on how to

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resolve that. Very good to have you on the programme. Thank you for

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joining us. Have you found it difficult to get

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an appointment because of a GP Perhaps you are a GP `

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what is the pressure like on you? What can be done to get mord doctors

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to want to come and work in In a moment:

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People in Lincolnshire are `sked to raise funds for a new helip`d which

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could treat injured patients faster. Millions of pounds

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of taxpayers money is being wasted on cleaning up rubbish across

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East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire On the Lincolnshire coast alone

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the cost is ?1 million everx year. It's money that the local council

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says would be better spent dlsewhere if people would take responsibility

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and simply pick up their litter A sunny day at the beach, btt you

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don't have to look far to fhnd litter.

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I have no idea what makes pdople do it, it is a lack of personal

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responsibility. ?1 million hs a lot of money. I will not tell you what

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my favourite things will be spent the money but it could be spent more

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And it's not just lazy seashde visitors that are causing

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the problem, East Lindsey Dhstrict Council?s new campaign incltdes hard

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hitting messages about dog fouling and fly tipping aimed at residents.

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There has been an increase, what is causing it we have no idea. It is

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down to the individual. The individual dog owner that allows the

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dog to foul and leaves it. Ht is about responsibility and

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responsibility are putting xour rubbish in the bin, do not leave it

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We see people drop litter and it is frustrating. Our powers are limited.

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We have to clean up the mess and hopefully something more

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constructive can be done long`term. It is hoped the campaign will reach

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the conscience of those responsible. Earlier,

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I spoke to Samantha Harding from the I asked what she thinks

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of people who drop litter. Earlier,

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I spoke to Samantha Harding from the I asked what she thinks

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of people who drop litter. I don't know why people can't think

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for themselves when they get up from the beach or they get up from a

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beautiful picnic in the loc`l park or the countryside that thex are

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just going to take to their house or to a local bin all the pack`ging

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they've created through the picnic. While there is no sanction,

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while there is no fine, Essentially, littering is

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a consequence`free crime. But the fact is, in law, it is

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a crime to drop litter, and I think Would you like to see a big fine

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for everyone who's caught? I think people who drop litter

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should be fined the ?80 the law But the Government don't do

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a thing about it. It's not the national government who

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would do it, it's local councils, and I know some

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of them do have problems resourcing I think those that can really

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should try to do it properlx. I saw a lorry driver throw

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a plastic Coke bottle out What do you think of somebody

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like that? What's the psychology behind that,

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that they think it's accept`ble to There's some research

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into lorry drivers and haulhers in general, they don't want to stop

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the truck, because they essdntially live in their truck,

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they don't want to dirty it, so they throw a lot of littdr out,

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even by their own admission. We think hauliers should have

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almost like a code of conduct where they agree they won't throw

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things out their windows at all On the film, we were talking about

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the beach, people go to the beach, Because they're just not thhnking,

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which I think is a disgrace. They're probably sat there thinking,

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we're having a lovely time, then they leave behind this

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disgusting mess that either doesn't get cleared up, that someond else

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has to pick up, or it gets washed Your message to people who

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still do this is what? For those of you who are sthll

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dropping it, stop doing it. It's costing us ?1 billion to

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pick it up, so stop doing it. How do we stop people

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dropping litter? Do you think we need

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stronger penalties? The mother of a toddler who drowned

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in the bath had eight different drugs in her system at the time he

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died, a court has been told. 38`year`old Kerry Abel denids the

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manslaughter of two`year`old Riley Lewis. He was found floating

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face`down in a bath at his home in Hull in January last year. Jake

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Zuckerman was in Sheffield Crown Court

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. The court heard Kerry Abel say she had been with Riley Lewis in the

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bathroom and she passed out, and when she came to, he was passed out,

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face down. Toxicology tests found the use of nine different drugs

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including heroin, cocaine and cannabis. Toxicologist said it was a

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night she was experiencing the effects of those drugs when her son

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John. She focused on lesser known drugs temazepam and diazepal. They

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are supposed to be prescription only, used as sedatives. Thd medical

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expert described the effect is causing drowsiness and impahred

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judgement. He said, I think the ability to properly care for any

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child would be impaired. Thd case continues tomorrow.

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Thank you. Work is continuing to repair a gas

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main after an explosion in Scunthorpe.The junction of @shby

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Road and Lloyds Avenue is still junction of Ashby Road and Lloyds

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Avenue is still closed to traffic. now been passed to the Health and

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Safety Executive. Traders in Grimsby are callhng

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for drinking to be banned in the North East Lincolnshire Council

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recently held a consultation about giving the police powdrs to

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ask people to stop drinking alcohol We would like a concrete action to

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stop drinking from open cans on the street. It affects us in loss

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of custom, loss of revenue. It affects us in loss of custom

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loss of revenue. People won't come to

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our store because the giant water pipe arriving

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from Norway that could make Bridlington's water cleaner.

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Turning the town of Market Weighton orange ` the family urging

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football fans to switch support Beverley Minster across a fheld of

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poppies taken by Bob Bakewell. Good evening.

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How are you? Will you be in your onesie at midnight?

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If anybody has been affected by anything in this programme, everyday

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health plan. Things will take a turn for the

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worse. The change is coming, courtesy of this weather system

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High pressure hanging on for tomorrow. Look what happens on

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Friday. Still some uncertainty, but there will be rain in places. A lot

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of cloud as there, some brightness in places. Overnight, the cloud will

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come and go. All part will be dry. Lowest temperatures, nine or ten

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Celsius. The public's being asked to help

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raise millions of pounds for a new helipad to allow patients

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from Lincolnshire to get to At the moment,

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people being airlifted to Nottingham's Queens Medical Centre

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have to land in nearby fields and So medical staff think a helipad

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on site will help save lives. Karen is from Boston and knows what

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difference getting airlifted to hospital can make. She was seriously

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injured when she crashed into a ditch in Horncastle. The air

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ambulance flew her to the ndarest specialist hospital, 60 milds away

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in Nottingham. A gentleman said it would t`ke 0

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minutes to get here. If we were driving, it would have taken two and

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a half hours. It shows you the difference it makes. Around 250

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patients a year need to be `irlifted to the Queens medical Centrd in

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Nottingham. Plans to redevelop the hospital include helipad on the roof

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of the new multistorey car park yards from the hospital entrance.

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It will dramatically reduce transfer time. The helicopters that come into

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the land on two sites, eithdr the University site or the airfheld

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Both take at least 20 minutds from landing to get here. Similar plans a

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reality, ?3.5 million will have to be found through fundraising.

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Something Karen thinks will be worth every penny.

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An ?18 million waste water outfall pipe has finally arrived on

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have spent the day guiding the three`quarter`mile`long pipd into

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place on Bridlington's south beach. It's part of a ten`year project to

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improve water cleanliness This is plumbing on an industrial

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scale. This enormous pipe is the final phase of a project to improve

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the bathing water here in Bridlington. It has drawn qtite a

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crowd. It fascinates me. I live here. It is good to see what

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is arriving. You excited?

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It will be nice to see it completed, yes.

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It is been two years in the making. Looking forward to the work ending

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up getting our seafront back. The piped was captured by John

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Brompton from his aeroplane. Conditions had to be perfect for it

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to be towed in one complete peace from the River Teise to its new

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home. Today is a pinnacle of everything we have been working

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towards for the last ten ye`rs, in terms of securing investment and

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getting the government to b`ck it. The beaches are important to

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Bridlington. First, this hugely complex job of

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floats this type in on the tide before sinking it into placd.

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This job is a very big pipe. We re getting there. This pipelind is just

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part of ?40 million at is bden invested here. Water to wash out

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untreated is now diverted through a massive network of undergrotnd

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pipes. It will take a few ydars to show up in blue flag statusds, but

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it will make this beach cle`ner from next week.

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Midfielder Jake Livermore h`s become

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Hull City's most expensive ever signing.

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He has completed a transfer from Tottenham believed to be worth

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He spent last season on loan at the KC Stadium and the Tigers were

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For the first season, obviotsly just make a progression

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on last season. I could've scored more goals myself

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last season, but like I said, a newly promoted side.

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Hopefully, now we're a bit lore established and we can all push on,

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England may be out of the World Cup, but now a football mad family

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in Market Weighton is trying to encourage the town to adopt

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Ellen van der Kroon's late husband played with the Dutch international

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Dennis Berkamp as a child, and now she's persuading nehghbours

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to support the Netherlands, as Crispin Rolfe reports.

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With England out, everywherd, the flags are down...except

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here, in Market Weighton, where a family of Netherlands fans

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Ellen is half Dutch, and her partner and their children

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I've always spent my summer holidays in Holland, then in 2001,

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I met a Dutchman and married him, so I have a lot of Dutch relatives.

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Ellen's late husband also h`d his own connection ` playing with

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Netherlands star Dennis Bergkamp when young, so it's no wonddr their

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It is good because England's quite a rtbbish

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Against Spain, they won 5`1, against Australia, they won 3`2

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then the next one against Chile theu won 2`0.

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All a far cry from England's performance.

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But the question now for football fans in East Yorkshire is whll they

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I was going to support an African country but I've lost interdst.

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I think they've been one of the best teams.

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I always like an underdog, so it depends on the match.

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But in Market Weighton, the message is add blue to Dngland's

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Because Ellen's is a family clearly crazy about the Netherlands,

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and hoping to persuade others to support our continental cousins

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

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The former editor of the News Of The World may face a retrial after

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a jury failed to reach a verdict on two further charges against him.

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Doctors surgeries across Lincolnshire say thex are

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struggling to recruit enough GPs to fill vacant posts.

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On the subject of GPs, Kate says, my surgery is good, I live in Beverley

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which have a lot of elderly patients, but I was will always see

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you if it is urgent. Steve says obviously people become ill outside

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normal hours. Allen says, usual reply at reception

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is three weeks, and what is wrong with you? They are not medically

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qualified, so do they expect patients to self diagnose? Barry

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says the staff at Gilberdykd a fantastic managing appointmdnts He

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says, if your problem is urgent there will always see you on the

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same day. Thank you for watching. I whll let

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users at 1135. Five.

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