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weather. Not a wash-out but stay tuned for the details.

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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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"Still not good enough" ` Lincolnshire's underperformhng

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hospitals are told they must remain in special measures.

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It is disappointing. We are surprised at the recommendation The

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team have really worked hard. The impact of public sector strikes

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in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire ` It is a really hard decision, but as

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a teaching assistant, I just want to be paid a fair day's pay. These

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strikes hurt people who use the services.

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Plans for a memorial to honour Hull's celebrities `

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but can people elsewhere nale anyone famous from the city?

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And I talk to Strictly Come Dancing's Kevhn

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from Grimsby and his fianced about their big homecoming this wdekend.

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Further rain to come, the vdry latest coming up shortly.

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Hospitals in Lincolnshire h`ve been told the standard of care is still

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The health watchdog the Card Quality Commission has published thd results

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of a detailed inspection into the United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust.

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They say Lincoln County, Boston Pilgrim, Grantham and Louth

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hospitals have made some improvements, but not enough to

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In a moment we will hear from the trust's chief execttive,

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but first here's our health correspondent Vicky Johnson.

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Last year inspectors said Lincolnshire's main hospitals

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were failing to meet any national care standards.

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Since then, especially here in Boston, there have beenl

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improvements, but not enough to lift them out of special measures.

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We were very surprised that that's the recommendation that we wouldn't

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come out of special measures, and the team have really worked hard,

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they've worked their socks off in order to show the improvements that

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they can make to care. And the fact that we've come across as

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caring overall, as an organhsation, shows how far that journey hs.

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When the inspection team from the Care Quality Commission vishted the

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four main hospital sites, they were all found to require improvdment.

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Among the major challenges being faced are

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staffing, there are still unfilled vacancies in certain servicds.

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Seven day services, only limited progress has

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so far been made and the outpatients department at Lhncoln

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These findings prompted somd concerns from visitors to Lhncoln

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County today. I am very concerned. My wife is an intense care. My dad

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has been here a week, and wd haven't had any problems. If it needs

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special measures, it should stay there until it gets to wherd it

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should be. In 2011, Fiona Allinson from the CQC insists

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that the trust is now getting the support it needs.

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They have an improvement manager and a buddy trust that will help them to

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make the improvements. Progress has been made in some areas. Inspectors

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have given the trust a good ratings are caring, and says the high

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dependency unit at Lincoln hs outstanding. Plus mortality rates

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are now within expected levdls. But patients' groups concede more time

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is needed to make other improvements. It can't be ttrned

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around in six or 12 months. It takes time. And it is important that that

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not only is improvement measured, but it stays improved.

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The inspectors will return hn six months to decide whether or not

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these hospitals can emerge from their special measures.

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Earlier I spoke to the chief executive of the

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United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust, Jane Lewington, I asked her why the

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Certainly the CQC have identified some areas where we need to make

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further small improvements. They have also identified a couple where

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we have more major work to do, and one of those is outpatients at

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Lincoln. Have the CQC got this right? Do you agree that yot should

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Dobbie in special measures? That is a difficult question to answer. What

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they have certainly got right is that when they started their visit,

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I did a presentation to thel and outline the progress we had made,

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and where I felt we needed to do more work. Should you still be in

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special measures? One of thd things you get through special measures is

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help all full top we have h`d support through our buddy trust at

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Sheffield. Why are you struggling with staff? In July last ye`r, you

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said you were going to sort out the staffing levels, but there hs still

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a problem. We have recruited 35 nurses, but we are just now leading

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a review of staffing in somd of ours is areas like A, paediatrhcs, and

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we will be moving to a new nurse template in those areas. St`ffing is

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a constant challenge becausd it is a national problem. There is `

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national shortage of nursing, and although we will continue to rely on

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international recruitment. @s far as patients are concerned, manx will be

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watching and worried. How s`fe are Lincolnshire's hospitals? On one to

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ten, where ten is perfectly safe, where I you? 9.5, at least. We were

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included in special measures because of our higher mortality, but our

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mortality rates are now at or below the national average, and wd are

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constantly monitoring. In special measures `` six months, will you be

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at a special measures? Our staff are confident that they will be. Thank

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you very much indeed. Do you work at one of the hospitals,

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or are you a patient? The cancer sufferer from

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North Lincolnshire calling It was billed as the biggest public

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sector strike in a generation. In East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

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today more than 60 schools were closed as teachers joined council

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workers, firefighters The unions say they were protesting

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against a pay freeze and ch`nges to But the Government has crithcised

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today's day of action, and ministers claim support

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for the strike has been poor. More from our political editor

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Tim Iredale. Firefighters, council workers

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and teachers march shoulder to In Lincoln workers took to

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the streets as part of a National It is a hard decision but

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as a teaching assistant I w`nt a fair day's pay for a fair d`y's

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work. We've had these shocking pax offers

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for the last three years Householders put their bins out as

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normal that they were not elptied. It is not that good,

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we have that much rubbish in one If they leave it for another half

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a week, it will really smell. In East Hull the park gate stayed

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locked and this school was one of more than 60 in the area to

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close, prompting this reacthon. I do think they should get fair pay

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but I do not agree they shotld do it when the children are at school

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and need education. People are allowed to fight

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for the rights. It is a pain when you're working

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and you have to find childc`re. The Government has singled out

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the National Union of Teachdrs for criticism and ministers say it

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is wrong for schools to close. The NUT, the only union to call a

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strike today, is relying on a mandate, on balance, that they had

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in September 2012, nearly two years ago, so they haven't consulted their

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members and since then on whether they actually want to go on strike.

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The strike brought one benefit from motorists who were waved across the

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Humber Bridge for free, due to a lack of toll booth operators. Even

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some public toilets were closed on a day when workers said thex had to

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carry on at their inconvenidnce Some strong words

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from the Government Is it possible to say who is has

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the upper hand? The Government claims that lore than

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90% of council workers turndd up for work today as normal, and more than

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80% of schools remained fully open. But the unions say there was a

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strong turnout on the picket lines, and public support for their day of

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action was also strong. But the big scrap the night is over the

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legitimacy of these strikes. The Government claims in some areas

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barely 20% of workers voted in favour of strike action, and

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ministers want tougher laws to make sure that more union members have

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devoted favour of strike action in future. The Hull North MP s`id that

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in recent Police and Crime Commissioners lectures, the turnout

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was 15%, and the Government isn t questioning that legitimacy, so the

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arguing continues. Some mord news in brief:

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An investigation is continuhng into the deaths of two elderly

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people who were struck by a train at a level crossing near Lincoln.

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Peter Smith, who was 80, and Betty Evelyn Smith, who was 79,

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were hit by the train on Croft Lane in Cherry Willingham yesterday.

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Police are treating their ddaths as non`suspicious.

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Their family said they're still trying to come to terls

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An Indian court has told a lan from Hull he can go home nine

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Ray Tindall was working for a security company provhding

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anti`piracy protection when he was detained with the rest

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of the crew because of concdrns about paperwork for their wdapons.

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He's expected to return home later this month.

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A terminal cancer sufferer from North Lincolnshire says he

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wants to see a nationwide b`n on sunbeds before he dies.

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Mark Carter from Messingham has stage IV

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melanoma, and although he's never used a sunbed himself, he s`ys that

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Mark Carter developed skin cancer after a career in the Merch`nt Navy

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left his fair skin exposed to the hot sun.

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Since being diagnosed with lelanoma he's discovered many of his fellow

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sufferers blame sunbed use for their life`threatening condhtion.

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I was shocked at how many, particularly young ladies,

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have got melanoma because of their previous sunbed usd.

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More than 13,000 people are diagnosed with melanoma every year.

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This is four times higher than 30 years ago.

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It is one of the most common cancers in younger people.

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Cancer Research UK says using sunbeds will definitely

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But the Sunbed Association has told us no definite

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Before you even step into the booth, you get changed out here, and the

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walls are covered in public information warnings, espechally if

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you have fair hair and freckly skin. Used responsibly, a sunbed hs safe.

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We used tubes that have less UVB. The current Miss Hull is

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a sunbed user. I follow the rules and guiddlines,

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and I don't see a problem at all. And while they aren't seeking a ban,

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they want tighter regulations. We would like to see the Government

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going further in England to bring us in line with Scotland and W`les to

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have a ban on unstaffed booths, and making sure that people are provided

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with information. Mark is lhving proof that you can get melanoma

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without ever using a sunbed. You could end up dead at the agd of 29

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if you use a sunbed. You have your whole life ahead of you. Thd risk of

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melanoma is just too great. Mark Carter ending that report

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by Amanda White. I'm joined now by Gary Lipm`n,

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who is the chairman of the Sunbed Association,

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who represents the industry. Mark says UI dicing with de`th if

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you use a sunbed. Is that true? It is overuse. What you have to avoid

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is burning. Look at anybody on a beach on the Mediterranean,

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overexposing themselves. Our members follow a strict and robust code of

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practice to make sure that `ny members of the public to cole in are

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properly screened. Cancer rdsearch, the NHS, the world health

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organisation, they all say there is a link between melanoma and sunbed

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sumac. Why do you think thex are wrong? They said there is a relative

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risk. That is not an absolute risk. Quite frankly, when you takd the

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word risk, there is absolutdly no risk when you are sunbathing on a

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sunbed with responsibility. Any of our members will make sure that

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people don't burn. Tanning hs an entirely natural process, it is

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burning we have to avoid. It is the burning that gives the risk, not the

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tanning. Geni published in the British

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medical Journal says that 100 deaths a year are attributed to sunbed use.

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What the report says is that relatively few people are affected

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by sunbed, and there is no reason to ban them. We have also been in touch

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today with the Leeds University report, and they say to us that you

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are using misleading quote, using it out of context. Do you accept that?

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What we are doing is reading from their own report, and their own

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conclusions. They say you are misleading people is taking it out

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of context. I take their conclusion and I read it in its entirety. You

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can't take a conclusion that they gave out of context. It is their own

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words, Peter. We will leave it there. Thank you.

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You might also have a view on this story.

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Do you think sunbeds should be banned?

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Plans for a Hollywood`style "walk of fame" in Hull to honour the

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And I talk to Strictly Come Dancing's Kevhn

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from Grimsby and his fianced about their big homecoming this wdekend.

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Tonight's photo is by June Holmes. Paul is back after his two`week tour

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of every show that has been going. Nice job if you can get it, isn t

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it? Nothing was going to tonight, seeing as you are here! I whll read

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you an e`mail about your hahr in a moment for.

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I shall look forward to that. A rotten day along the coast. That

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rain extending inland, so tomorrow is an improving picture, th`t is the

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good news. After a cloudy, damp start, conditions will turn brighter

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from the West. That is the warm fronts that has brought all the rain

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in coastal areas today, it `ges inland and fizzles out as it does

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so. There will be a lot of cloud associated with it, but it will

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brighten up. It is bringing a lot of rain along the coast, so wet and

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windy deceiving towards the coast. That rain will gradually extend

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inland overnight. As it does so the weather front. To fizzle out. So as

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it pushes westwards, no mord than a little patchy rain by the thme it

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gets to Gainsborough, for example. And it should dry up a little bit on

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the coast later. Temperaturds, 3 or 14 Celsius.

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The sun rises at 4.45. Your next time of high water in Skegndss, 5.45

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in the morning. The weather front will fizzle out,

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leaving us with brighter skhes in the afternoon, and hopefullx some

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bridal sunny intervals around. That afternoon temperatures, a good deal

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better than today. Saturday looks a good deal brighter, and warler with

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some sunshine. The risk of ` few sharp showers later in the day. And

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once so if you'd like to become an honorary member of the standard oral

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club because of your hair. @nother fine mess, Peter!

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Don't even say it! Go away! Famous names like Amy Johnson,

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William Wilberforce and Maureen But there are dozens more pdople

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from the city with household names, or who made world`changing

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discoveries, who you might not know So a campaign's under way to change

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that before city of culture year Here's our culture correspondent,

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Anne`Marie Tasker. Walk around Hull and you'll see some

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of the city's most famous sons and The objective is to try to create a

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way to recognise many more. The objective is to try to create a

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lasting memorial for the pioneers of our city.

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Hull Civic Society wants to transform this into the Fountain

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of Fame, with the names of 40 of the city's highest`achievers

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In many ways, we have been hiding our light under a bushel for so many

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years, and now there is an opportunity to actually start to

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show it off and brag about ht. Some

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of Hull's alumni are well`known Anti`slavery campaigner William

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Wilberforce, pioneering pilot Amy But did you know John Venn,

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the mathematician who invented And J Arthur Rank,

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father of the modern film industry, who opened the cinema chain

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and produced scores of films. That's

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because Don Suddaby developdd the TB suppose. I know a lot about Philip

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Larkin, a great poet who cale from Hull.

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David Bowie's guitarist Mick Ronson was from Hull, too.

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The City Council wants to rdcognise him with something more than

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The money is part of a First World War centenary ftnd set

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?5 million has been given out nationally.

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It's believed the money will be used to rdstore

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Hull Kingston Rovers are to press ahead with a statue to remelber

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their former player Peter "Flash" Flanagan who died in 20 7.

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Flanagan starred for the Robins during the 1960s.

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The news comes just weeks after the club renamed their north

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stand in honour of club president and former chairman Colin Httton.

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Strictly Come Dancing professional Kevin Clifton will be in

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his hometown of Grimsby on Saturday to dance for local supporters.

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He made it to the show's final last year with

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former BBC presenter Susann` Reid, and he'll be dancing again when the

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His fiancee Karen Hauer will also be back, and his world champion

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ballroom`dancing sister Joanne has joined the line`up, too.

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Kevin told me how much he'd enjoyed his first series

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It was a great first series for me. It was terrific, especially dancing

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with Susanna. Did you keep him in order? I try my best to be strict

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with him, but he is a rebel. You owe it to Sir Bruce Forsyth, because he

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made you famous by calling xou Kevin from Grimsby. Yes, it just got to

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the end of the list, and he said, here is one I can pronounce, all the

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way from Grimsby, it is Kevhn. So now everybody calls me Kevin from

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Grimsby, and I have lost my second name.

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New series is coming back, xou are both going to be in it, and your

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sister is going to be in it? Yes, a Joanne from Grimsby, as well! And

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when we get married, I will be Karen from Grimsby! But you won't be

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living in Grimsby, don't tell me. I am trying. There is nothing wrong

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with it! We get free fish and chips. That is good enough reason for me.

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And you are doing a show on Saturday. We were originallx doing a

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different show, and for whatever reason, ticket sales in certain

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regions, it wasn't selling well so the producers decided not to

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continue with it, but we were looking forward to coming to perform

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in Grimsby, which was go into beta Saturday, so we just said whth about

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two weeks to go, shall we jtst put on a show anyway? We can't let

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Grimsby down. That is what hs happening. Good luck. Remind me

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briefly how he proposed to xou. We were in London doing a show in the

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West End at the Shaftesbury Theatre, and at the end of the show,

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he got down on one knee and proposed to me. Nauseating! And it w`s funny,

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because he was dancing really weird the whole day. No change thdre,

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then! I am really happy. Move to Grimsby! Nice to see you both, good

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luck for Saturday. A lovely couple, Karen and Kevin.

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That show is at Grimsby Audhtorium on Saturday night. It is just before

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seven o'clock. Let's get a recap of the

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national and regional headlhnes Public sector workers go out

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on strike in what's thought to be the biggest day of industri`l action

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for three years. Lincolnshire's underperformhng

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hospitals are told they must Tomorrow's whether: Cloudy, damp in

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places, brightening up as the day goes along. 20 Celsius, arotnd 8

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Fahrenheit. Now, response coming in on linkage

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hospitals still being in spdcial measures, which we were talking

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about a few minutes ago. Thhs is anonymous. I am health care

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assistant at the pilgrim, and staff shortages the main issue. A lot is

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expected of us, with not enough time to do it in. If they want bdtter

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care, they should increase staff on all wards. It is ridiculous.

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And Victoria from Sleaford says my son was born 12 weeks premature at

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And Victoria from Sleaford says my son was born 12 weeks Lincoln County

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Hospital, and the treatment we received at the hospital has been

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second to none. Thank you for those. Thank you for watching. Join me for

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the late look North at 10.24. Good night.

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with some new adventures to share with YOUR little ones.

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Please, double please. We're going to Dad's office today.

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These look really yummy. I'm so excited about going to school.

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