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so it's goodbye from me - and so it's goodbye from me - and

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Good evening. The headlines tonight `

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An East Yorkshire MP tells protestors who have barricaded

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Stop making out that there hs a fracking side where there isn't any.

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Move on and get off our verge. Also on tonight's Look North `

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The Lincolnshire motorist who says CCTV proves he was wrongly given

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a parking ticket. It is just annoying. I have proof

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that I was not there. We find out why this historhc

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aircraft has been in the skhes over And the lollipop lady celebrating

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a record breaking milestone. And a fair amount of rain. But it

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will be dry and brighter tolorrow. Join me later on in the programme

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for all the details. Good evening. And MP has told fracking protesters

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to go home. A barricade has been built across the entrance. They say

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that the controversial method would pollute water supplies. Our

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environment correspondent h`s this report. This site has been

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barricaded. We offer straight because we cannot get on to the

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site. And without fencing, this site is open to anybody, the protesters

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and their children and local people and their pets and animals to wander

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onto it. The protest is now in its seventh week. Or it and gas

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extraction is inherently rich `` risky and hydraulic fracturhng is

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that taken to an extreme. What we are doing year is about protecting

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the water, air and land for everyone.

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release gas inside. Water, sand and chemicals are intended `` are

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injected into the rock at hhgh pressure. There is concern that

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harmful chemicals can escapd and find their way into drinking water

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sources. At the heart of thd debate about what is really going on is a

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small paragraph in the drilling company's licence to operatd. It has

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got permission for something called a mini falloff test. This is a way

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of establishing whether the wok believe my feet is capable of being

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hydraulic leak fractured. advice, the protesters say they are

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more determined than ever not to be moved.

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Earlier I spoke to the Beverley and Holderness MP Graham Sttart

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and asked him ` if there was future fracking

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on the site ` would he welcome it or would he join the protestors?

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Well, what I said to the protesters, the one date `` the one plaxed in

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East Yorkshire that we can guarantee there will not be any frackhng is

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the paddock outside which they are having their protest. That was not

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the answer, with respect, to the question. Would you welcome it if a

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company wanted to frack? Wotld you be saying that is all due to the

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party line along with David Cameron and Owen Paterson, saying bring it

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on? The point is to look at any proposal when it comes forw`rd. I

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would take a lot of convinchng that the impact on the local comlunity

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was sufficiently reduced to support fracking in this area. But we need

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for a proposal `` we need to wait for a proposal to come. If something

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is found there, this inform`tion will be sold on. Fracking whll then

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start. We'd eventually protdsters? I would like to understand wh`t your

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line would be then? We would need to see a proposal come forward. If

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somebody came forward with ` proposal that was beneficial to the

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area and not inconvenience local residents in an unacceptabld way, it

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is technically possible that I would support it. You would not `` they

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would not be spending money doing these tests unless they thotght

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there was something under the ground. Indie rock. They ard doing

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tests to find conventional oil and gas. Anything they do will tell them

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about the geology of the arda and that might inform someone who might

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come along with a proposal hn due course. Final question, your message

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to the protesters who are there Stop making out that there hs a

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fracking side where there isn't any and I think move on, get off our

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verge and go home. When a proposal does come, N`Gage. They feel very

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passionate. They can feel as passionate as they like. Whdn I met

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then the other day, I said, don t tell them that this fence fdll down

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in the wind. It was vandalised. If you want to build trust and

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understanding with local people don't go around committing criminal

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acts and then pretending th`t they did not happen. That fans dhd not

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fall down by itself, people vandalised it. Doing that jtst

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undermines the view of the local community on the protesters'

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behaviour. They have to obex the law and tell the truth about thd fact

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that that site is the one shte in East Yorkshire that you can

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guarantee one never have fr`cking on it because it is a conventional oil

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and gas side. `` convention`l Ellen gas site. Thank you for comhng. Let

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me know what you think, Chile protesters go home as suggested or

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other rights to barricade the entrance to the site and continue

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with their campaign. Give us your thoughts. We were her son bdfore we

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finish. And a panel of regional MPs will

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be debating the issue of fr`cking with the environmental pressure

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group Friends of the Earth. That?s on the Sunday Politics

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from 11 o'clock on BBC One. In a moment, I am live in Qteen

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Victoria Square where they `re gearing up for a huge thank you

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party. Police are asking for help for tracing a 12`year`old boy who

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has despaired. They are askhng anyone with information to contact

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them or his family. Police say they are growing

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increasingly concerned for ` woman 60`year`old Diane Tytheridgd

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from Bicker near Boston hasn't been Officers are appealing

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for anyone with information Yorkshire ambulance staff h`ve voted

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for strike action. Some shift personnel are having to work for ten

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hours without a shift break. Unite`macro also against grdater

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responsibilities for junior shift workers.

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A Lincolnshire motorist has told Look North he's willing to go to

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court, rather than pay a parking thcket.

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Ron Best received the ticket for leaving his car on North Street

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in Horncastle for more than two hours, in a one`hour bay.

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But he claims to have moved his car during that time and says he

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This is vehicle CCTV footagd from my car.

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The CCTV footage that Ron s`ys proves he doesn't deserve

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He says this was taken from his car ` on the morning of the 16th of May.

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But at the same time ` officials claim his car was parked`up

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in Horncastle for more than two hours, in a one`hour space.

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I'm just annoyed. I can't sde why I got it. And busy I have proof that I

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was not there. A lot of people would not have proof. He runs the shop

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that sells CCTV and that is why he has proved.

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But on that morning he says he initially parked up near his shop

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When he returned, just before 1 , he left his car further up North Street

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But Ron's received a letter from Lincolnshire County Cotncil,

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which claims a parking warddn measured his tyre valves

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. Why don't you just show the council you will CCTV footage? I

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have actually is suggested that they come and have a look. I can't just

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send it to them, it is not that easy to view without the softward.

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In a statement, Lincolnshire County Council says:

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"We've not been shown this footage before but take allegations

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like this very seriously and we've instructed our contractor

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If anyone feels that a ticket has been issued in error we

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People can do it themselves. The procedure is simple and

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straightforward. Every time my wife gets a parking ticket, I sent one of

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my trainees to sort it out. And is prepared to go to cotrt,

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if necessary, to fight this case. If you have anything similar, give

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us the details. A huge thank you party is bding

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thrown in Hull this weekend to celebrate the community's stpport in

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winning the 2017 City of Culture. A huge social media campaign

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received overwhelming backing Tomorrow they'll be thanked with

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a whole day of free music, It is moments like this that

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inspired the people of Hull to put their weight behind the 20 07th city

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of culture bid. This is a chty that likes to immerse itself in lusic and

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theatrics. That is how this moment became possible. The UK citx of

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culture 2017 is Hull. The bhd was one with the city as one. `` the bid

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was won with the city as ond. Now they're setting up a thank xou. The

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people of the city paid a htge part in this. We have 100 people

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performing tomorrow. That is all people from Hull. That show the

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amount of talent and interest we have in culture in the city. Some of

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those acts were rehearsing darlier today. There are a lot of hops and

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cakes. And you have to jump really hide and plant your toes. It's our

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job to get this city sparklhng for 2017. There are disgusting types

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don't deadline to clean up! It will certainly be an eclectic programme

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which organisers hope everybody will come out to enjoy. Imagine xou

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wisely minifestival for the afternoon. There will be different

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things going on. Your attention will go from music to a dance pidce to a

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film to a reading or a piecd of drama again. The fun starts with the

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Lord Mayors Parade at 11 o'clock. Amanda is in Queen Victoria Square.

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Although the road closures? Yes there will be. Well worth b`ttling

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through. This man will be shnging in the sun tomorrow. The main road to

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worry about wilful 's Drive, Guildhall strike and parrot ``

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Guildhall Street and paragon Street. You can get more information on the

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council website or by listening to BBC radio Humberside. Get yourself

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parked and go with the flow. Enjoy entertainment in the sunshine. We

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will be going with the flow tomorrow afternoon.

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The historic aircraft that's been in the skies over East Yorkshire

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And the lollipop lady celebrating a record breaking milestone.

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It I feel guilty about taking the hamper and flowers. Here ard your

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pictures. Another page on Monday night at the same time. A lot of

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events, let's get the full cost Lots of fun tomorrow. It should be

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brightening from the north. This evening, we still

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brightening from the north. This evening, we still have a yellow

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warning from The Met office. This is the North East Lincolnshire has the

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rain continues. The rain is likely to continue to be quite heavy.

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Tomorrow will be a cloudy start but it should brighten up later. Through

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this evening, the rain will continue. There are likely to be

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some heavy burst. They may will become more fragmented. It will

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become lighter and more patchy in nature and some parts will become

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more dry. We hold on to the cloud establishes will be not that low.

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The breeze remains from the north. Tomorrow morning, these are the

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sunrise times. Also your high water tides. We hold onto the clotd and

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some outbreaks of rain overnight which will mean it'll be a cloudy,

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damp start, particularly across Lincolnshire. Cloud should break

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from the North with bright `nd sunny spells developing. We can't rule out

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the odd isolated shower. But an improving picture as we had through

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the day. Ten bridges averagd for the time of year but a degree also

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warmer than today. `` temperatures average for the of year. Along the

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coast, a little bit cooler. On Sunday, clearer skies overnhght so a

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chilly start. Along the coast, we will hold onto the cloud. Showers

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will continue. Further west in the sunshine, it should be mostly dry.

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The start of next week is not looking too bad.

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One of Europe's most famous aircraft has been in the skies over Dast

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The Dakota DC3 was the first successful commercial

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aircraft and served as a troop carrier in the Second World War

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Today it?s been flying from Humberside Airport with VIPs

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It's an aircraft that's widdly regarded to have revolutionhsed air

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Today, this historic DC3 Dakota ` which took part in D`Day `

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This year is a 95th anniversary and we want to celebrate the fact that

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we have a great partnership. This was acquired by our Prince who uses

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as a private aircraft. Later, became the official government aircraft.

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Until the 1960s, it was `` when it was decommissioned. This ond makes

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music, other aircraft make noise. Dropping supplies just behind the

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front line. The Douglas DC 3 played

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a vital role in the war ` btt its range and speed was crucial for

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the airline industry to takd off. This aircraft joined the war

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aircraft `` the war effort hn 1 44. It served as a troop carrier into

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the end of the war. It has ` different layout but you get a feel

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of what it must have been lhke then. While invited guests enjoyed

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a throwback to the golden age Its a far cry

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from Captain van Hoorn's ustal day job as one of KLM's globetrotting

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Boeing triple 7 pilots. There is about 50 years' of

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technology in between. It is a privilege flying both. It is all

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manual flying. No hydraulics for steering, just cables betwedn us and

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the rudder and the other flhght controls. It is a very basic manual

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aircraft. We are delighted. Having this aircraft here it is a big event

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for us. They have chosen us in just a couple of other airports to bring

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the aircraft in. Back onboard,

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there were plenty of smiles. I have seen Concord, but thhs is

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different again. The it really take you back, it is great. To think that

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this was part of D`Day, amazing Shame about the weather.

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A piece of history from the pioneering age

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of aviation ` celebrating the area's close link with the continent.

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Some great pictures there as well from our cameraman.

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Thanks to everyone who got in touch after our story about

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renewed calls to improve thd rail service between Lincoln and London.

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Thank you for all your e`mahls and communications.

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Driffield boxer Curtis Woodhouse will fight for the

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Commonwealth Light Welterwehght title in Glasgow tonight.

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The former Hull City and Grimsby Town footballer will also be

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hoping to defend his British title which he won in February ` `nd can

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become a double champion if he beats his opponent Willy Limmond.

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Youngsters at primary schools in Hull have been given lessons in

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Rugby League today, by the professionals.

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Hull FC have been leading taking lessons and joining hn

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and answer sessions at schools across the City.

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They even went into areas normally reserved for rivals Hull Kingston

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There are two colours you would not expect to see together in an east

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Hull primary school. Which leaves and little mystery over which

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sporting stars paid a visit to the school. Jamie Shaw and Chris Green

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give a young fans a chance to ask the toughest questions. Do xou have

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a rivalry with an individual Hull KR player? A chance to practicd basic

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skills with a player who st`rted his career aged seven. Anything that

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encourages kids to stay acthve. Rugby is a great sport for that It

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is not just about playing, ht is about socialising. And being an idol

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to children is a big change from bricklaying. Rugby has given me a

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lot of confidence. When I w`s back at work, being able to stand up in

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front of kids and talk and `nswer questions. When it comes to

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inspiring future careers, J`mie seems to have the knack. I have got

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on my shelves because my dad said I had was a little Jamie Shaw. I liked

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Jamie Shaw. He is faster th`n I am. I am fast as well. Every tile I play

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rugby, I pretend I'm Jane Shaw. Such a big sport going on across the city

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with both Hull KR and Hull FC. The more children get involved the

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better, because it is grassroots. If Hull KR offered a player... We would

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get the main! And we would do a red`and`white day. It bit of history

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was made today. This is the longest serving lollipop lady in thd hold of

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the UK. She has served for 05 years. This is barrel. Out as alwaxs in

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every kind of weather. She doesn't mind because she has a job she has

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always loved. Do Fridays go better than usual? Not really. Thex are

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boring, weekends! Hello. Congratulations, by the way. Thank

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you. She loves being a lollhpop lady so much, she has done it for 50

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years. According to her loc`l council, that makes Beryl the

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longest serving lollipop lady anywhere in the UK. Thank you. It

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doesn't feel like 50 years, anyway. No. She does a great job. Khds love

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her. Thank you, darling. Yot see somebody different every dax. It is

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not the same thing. Haven't seen you for a while? I have moved. We are

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going to bingo again next wdek. Oh, right. Of course, an achievdment

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like this does not go unrew`rded. A special ceremony to mark a 40 years

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was held this afternoon. I went on the crossing with her and now all

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the great grandchildren will as well. I think she will carrx on

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until she sees great`grandchildren through! Bevel has no intention of

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stopping, not for the foresdeable future. She will be back on Monday

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morning, so don't be late! And believing to Beryl. She is

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boundary watching. Let's get a recap of

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the national and regional hdadlines Jean Claude Juncker is nominated as

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president of the European Commission ` that's in spite of opposition

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from Prime Minister David C`meron. An East Yorkshire MP tells

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protestors who have barricaded A fairly cloudy start

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with outbreaks of rain. Drier and brighter

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from the north later, Tottenham shirt just 16 Celsius

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E`mails on the subject of fracking. We were talking at two Grah`m

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Stuart. I do not believe anything any

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politician says. If the are` is suitable, there will be fracking.

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I believe that the protesters should just go home, they have been told

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that fracking will not be c`rried out. There is massive opposhtion to

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fracking, people voted to oppose it. Those anti`fracking guys nedd to

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move aside and make way for the future.

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And Janet says, anti`fracking protesters are fighting for a clean,

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safe environment for us all. And Belinda, with reference to

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Graham Stuart, said greater see a politician talk out for oncd and not

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sit on the fence. Thank you for those and thank you

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for watching. Have a good wdekend. Goodbye.

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