18/07/2014 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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They're less likely to clail benefits and more likely to work `

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why migration is good for the economy.

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It's got a very beneficial hmpact in terms of the economy

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and it's not just born out of our regional studies but also

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the national studies from the Office for Budget Responsibility.

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New warnings as one in five cigarettes smoked in the UK

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And if you're in the dole and you're on a limited amotnt

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Royal approval for the explorer from Lincolnshire who gave @ustralia

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And putting old rivalries aside to bring more tourists to the Dast

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There is an amber warning in place. Join me for the weather latdr.

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Migrants who've come to Lincolnshire are more likely to be in work,

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are less likely to claim benefits and pay more into

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That's the finding of new rdport into a decade of massive population

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changes in southern Lincolnshire ` where tens of thousands of ligrant

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The research by councils across the East Midlands concludes

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that migration has been gendrally positive.

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In a moment I will speak to an MP who says we do not need any more

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unschooled migrant workers. Our Rural Affairs Correspondent Paul

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Murphy reports from Spalding. Migration is changing

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the character of this market town. The people

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on their way to work this morning hail not just from Lincolnshire

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but from every corner of Europe we work very hard. We want to earn

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some money for a better futtre. Were coming here for a better future to

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get a better future. Here wd have a chance for that.

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Many migrants have come to Lincolnshire from Eastern Etrope

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Today's report says the migrant population in parts of Lincolnshire

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has grown by more than 400% over the last decade, that migrants are

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45% less likely to receive state benefits than non`migrants `nd that

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in recent years, the migrant workforce has p`id 4%

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more money into the exchequdr than it has taken out.

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In fact in Spalding, it's claimed migration is creating

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Macro so many others are self`employed. In our littld town we

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have 17 shops which drives the locals crazy, but the shops are

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here, they are paying their taxes. What is clear that towns such as

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this are changing rapidly. What s the report also says is that the

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Government needs to underst`nd these changes so funding can be t`rgeted

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more accurately. There are pressures on all kinds of places incltding

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schools. What we need to do is understand why those pressures are

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and to work with Government highlight one needs to be done.

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It's an issue that continues to divide opinion here.

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I think it is a dam good thhng because we have two bit lazx people

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in Britain. They are taking all the jobs, there are youngsters out a

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word because they can't get work. For me it is a positive thing. Most

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of them are very hard. The report calls

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for a better understand But that could be challenging

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for an issue which is Paul Murphy, BBC Look North,

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Spalding. Will be asking for your thotghts on

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this in a moment. Join me now is Margot Parker was recently voted in

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as a UKIP member of the European Parliament. Could even in M`rgo You

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must be pleased to hear the migration of the past decadd has

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been positive, particularly when it comes to the economy? Widendd in

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this report is afflicting the real picture. If you look Boston, over

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nine years, EU immigration has increased by over 406 2%. That is

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huge. There is a massive strain in at area altogether. And of course

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your previous speaker mentioned a strain on hospitals and schools Of

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course, if you look at a lot of the agency workers, they come over and

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after 12 weeks of course, they enter the benefits system anyway. Many are

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dismissed at 11 weeks but the workforce continues. What the

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reporters at the migration hs a good dinner to be lazy people in in the

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UK? Looe`macro I think therd may be a few lazy people, but, you know

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what, a lot of the young people I speak to including school ldavers,

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are desperate to work. Of course, they do not have that opportunity

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because many of those jobs `lready led by the agencies so they do not

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get a look in. But this report said there is little evidence of migrants

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are displacing the workforcd? I m not sure I agree. This is not a

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complete report, there are `n awful lot of areas it has not covdred and

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it is not looking at the re`l effects to the economy which I just

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mentioned. Have UKIP got it wrong and maybe been too alarmist? Here

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the figures say that migrants had paid 34% more into the Exchdquer

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than they have taken out. If are not a good thing? If it is good and put

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something back into the Exchequer is good. But of course we have this

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constant churn of a low skilled labour. That is putting an `wful lot

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of people out of work here that are not even given that chance. So we

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have reasonably enough low skilled labour ourselves work withott. We

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have heard so many negative reports, do the party have often looks at the

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cost of migration rather th`n the great benefits that it brings? Look,

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controlled immigration is something that you came firmly believds in.

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But we can't control that ott while remaining EU because we havd open

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borders. But I think in the past certainly we have had very sensible

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immigration and nobody wants to stop immigration from parts of the world

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where we need doctors and ntrses. Seaward said the doctors and nurses

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that you would stop and skilled people? No. No, I didn't sax that. I

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am saying that when job opportunities that come frol other

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parts of the world and their skills that the country needs, that is a

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different matter. Of course, those people should be able to cole freely

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into this country and take those very skilled jobs if they are on

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offer. But of course I would like see our education system can give it

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better so that we actually have more doctors and nurses in this country

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anyway. Thank you Margo. Th`t is Margot Parker from UKIP. Has a mass

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migration mean positive and helped the economy? You are further figures

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in the report there. Or do xou agree with Margot Parker?

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Police are investigating an alleged sexual assault in Hull

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A 23`year`old woman told police at Osborne Street station she was

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The road beside Staples and Maplin was cordoned off as part

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Police are continuing their search for a missing

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Lincolnshire woman, who dis`ppeared from her home yesterday morning

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They've asked anyone who seds 65`year`old Patricia Lawrence `

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who is from Stubton near Newark ` to get in touch.

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Last night a police helicopter using heat`seeking equipment

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The leader of North East Lincolnshire Council says that a new

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bus station in Grimsby has brought the town "into the 21st`century .

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The building, which opened in Riverhead Spuare,

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has a cafe, an indoor waiting area and public toilets.

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It's part of the ?6 million worth of investment

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We have always said this is the final piece for us, bec`use

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No longer do you have to sit in a draughty bus shelter w`iting

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Now, you can come into the dxchange, we have real`time information,

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you know exactly when a bus is going to come, where it is going to stop

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One in five cigarettes smokdd in the UK is illegal, and now Hull

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and Lincoln have been named among the worst places in the country for

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In Hull, there's been a 10% increase in the

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number of illegal cigarettes being smoked, according to a new survey.

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And the same research found Lincoln has the fourth highest quantity

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Smoking us become a costly habit and now it seems more and more people

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are willing to buy illegal cigarettes in an effort to save

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money. They are cheap. If you're on the dole and living unlimitdd money

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and you smoke, why not? Thex are stronger. They still sell them. Do

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you buy them? Yes. Is scand`lous. People can't afford them. At their

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warnings illegal cigarettes which are unregulated can have serious

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health implications. Some of them have been found to contain very high

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levels of lead and other dangerous chemicals. They also have htman

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faeces, rat droppings and glass Despite the warnings, new fhgures

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show that more people are btying them. The figures come from a survey

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of empty cigarette packets which were picked up in towns and cities

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across the UK and examined to see if they were fake or smuggled. One of

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five towns and cities were hnvolved in the survey. The highest

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proportion of illegal cigardttes are found in Southampton, where over 40%

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were found to be illicit. Htll came 14th in the survey with almost 9%

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packets being counterfeit. Lincoln had the fourth highest numbdr of

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illegal cigarettes in the country with over 30%. It is a concdrn

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because not only is it but ht will fly the danger, it also affdcts the

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industry. It is the safety implications as one of the health

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implications of smoking these products. They are totally

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unregulated and they are dangerous products. It is estimated that

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illegal cigarettes cost the Treasury around ?2.9 billion a year hn unpaid

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duty. But it is the cost to smoke ares' health which is warned is much

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more worrying. How do peopld get hold of the cigarettes? Will be

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buyers purchase today said they are very easy to get hold of. They said

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there are said to be that pdople go around two and sell them to

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customers. That is just one way To be illegal, a cigarette is dither

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smuggled in with no duty`pahd and, or, it is fake, so you have no idea

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what is in it. It is not safety regulators so it can burn down much

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quicker and give a greater risk of causing a house fire. They smuggled

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in from abroad generally, and it can be smuggled in by organised crime

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groups or even terrorist organisations, so they fund some

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serious crime. Another reason why you shouldn't buy them and one very

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big reason why people do and that is the cost. A packet of 20 legal

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cigarettes will cost you ovdr ? . A legal cigarettes cost around ?3

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That is a very big incentivd as you saw in the report there. Kate, thank

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you. Hull City AFC find out who they will

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play in Europe. And working together to play the east coast, but in

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Berlin ten and Scarborough put their old rivalry aside?

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With temperatures reaching the high twenties in parts

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of southern Lincolnshire late this afternoon, people have been cooling

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off at this outdoor swimming pool in Woodhall Spa.

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Public health officials warned people to stay indoors

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and drink water because of the predicted high temperatures.

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But at midday, swimmers werd wondering where the sun was.

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Well, it isn't what we were expecting, but I'm hoping

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Because it's supposed to be really hot today, isn't it?

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The kids are covered in factor 50 hats with netthng on.

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We thought we'd come out today because it's the last chancd.

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It's supposed to be turning dreadful soon.

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They say it's currently 32 degrees today.

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So I thought I'd come out and enjoy the lovely hot we`ther.

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It is shaping up a little bht, as you can see now.

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Let me just read you one from John Walker, he said that man wotld be

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better taking the whole year off instead of just half of it! Look at

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the beautiful sunshine therd in whole! It looks more like a piece up

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to me. You need to get your eyes tested. It didn't quite go to blunt

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today, but we will move on. It could be some quite serious weathdr the

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next 24 hours because we have had a next 24 hours because we have had a

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lot of heat in areas to the south of East Yorkshire. But we have an amber

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warning for the risk of somd torrential thunderstorms moving up

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from the south, but all being well, those storms should be out of the

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way by late morning and then we see an improvement into the aftdrnoon.

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The storms will be hit and liss but if you catch on, there is a risk of

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localised flooding. Low pressure is in charge. If you look on the

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satellite picture, you can see on the later frames the first of the

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thunderstorms now developing across Brittany and Normandy in Fr`nce

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They are going to budge northwards in the next few hours. It is a

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fantastic end to the day across Lincolnshire, 30 degrees at Hull

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beach and you can visit the thunderstorms coming up quite early

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in the early hours of the morning. You may be woken with a few bangs

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and flashes of lightning. Temperatures very warm indedd. These

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are the lowest temperatures to light, 19 Celsius, that 66

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Fahrenheit. So, the sun risds at 455 tomorrow, the next high watdr timing

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Cleethorpes at 1143. Just short of noon. So scattered it, intends

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thunderstorms, tracking northward through the morning. But as you can

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see, and improvement late morning and into the afternoon with some

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hazy sunshine are developing. Always a risk with these thoughts of setups

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of further thundery showers pushing back up from the south. But it

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should improve into the aftdrnoon. Top temperatures of around 23

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Celsius in Hull. Highest across central Lincolnshire where ht is

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possible it is possible it will be 80 Fahrenheit. Scattered sons and

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showers on Sunday. And that is the detailed and accurate forec`st. And

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a second e`mail from Lynne says it is probably your time to bux drinks

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at the bar. We will see you next week!

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Prince William has unveiled a statue in London of one of Lincolnshire's

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most important historic figtres ` whose name you may not have heard

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before. A ceremony has taken place to recognise Matthew Flinders, who

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was the first person to sail round Australia and who gave the country

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its name. He grew up in the Lincolnshire village of Donhngton

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before making his name as an explorer. Simon Spark was at today's

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This report contains an flash photography. The arrival of his

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Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge signify the importance of

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commemorative unveiling. He was here at Australia House in London to do.

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200 years since the early ddath of one linkage Anti`Social Beh`vior,

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Crime and Policing Bill most important and yet under celdbrated

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men. Matthew Flinders. He w`s just 27 when he was the first to

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circumnavigate Australia. Hd defined the borders of the continent and

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gave it its name. From what he did he will forever be in the hdarts of

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Australians. But today's high`profile commemoration hs the

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result of two yearss' work to build recognition in his own country. the

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memory of Captain Flinders hn London. In closing, I would like to

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make two observations about the figure. Or should say figurds. First

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I appreciate the work and the way it communicates Captain Flinders as a

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man of action, strength and determination. Will always surprised

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how little known he was herd in the UK. That may have been becatse of

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Cook, but we felt that he ddserved much more recognition here `nd

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should be as loved in his own country as the years in Australia.

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Where he is a recognised is in his birthplace of Donington in

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Lincolnshire. At the Thomas Cowley high school he studied, he hs an

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important part of their curriculum. I can't believe that he walks our

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playground, he's got taught in the same classrooms as others. Ht is

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inspiring to lots of people want to sail around the world. The challenge

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of this new statue of our c`pital city is that he needed to tdll his

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story. I had to design it so you could walk all the way around it and

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for it to be interesting from every angle. It is like circumnavhgating

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it. It wasn't in my mind at the time, but I might have meant that!

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Sony arrears, but tomorrow, you ll be moved to Euston station where he

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will be seen by over 70 million people every year. Euston is also

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where he is believed to be buried. But maybe now his name will spread

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with the recognition it desdrves. You've been getting in touch

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after our story yesterday about campaigners winning a

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High Court battle against ctts to library services in Lincolnshire.

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A judge ruled the County Cotncil's decision to redesign

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their services to save ?2 mhllion was legally flawed.

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The council will now have to hold another consultation on the plans.

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Liz says: "Very sad to think of all the County

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Council's wasted money and time despite being told

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for months they were out of order." Steve in Welton says:

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"The councillors who were at fault in

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the library closure process should be held personally responsible

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and made to pay back the thousands of pounds that it has cost."

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It's been revealed where Hull City will play in their first gale

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Here was the announcement m`de in Switzerland earlier todax.

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This means concretely that we have AS Trencin or Vojvodina versus

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So a trip to either Slovakia or Serbia.

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With more detail, here's our sports reporter Simon Clark

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Simon, why where two names revealed to face Hull?

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The first leg of a match between the two teams mentioned there w`s played

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last night. The second leg hs week. So AS Trencin lead thd first

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leg by four ` nil. So weathdr this take all city? We have drawn up a

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little map. If Vojvodina gohng to Europe? Public to Slovakia where AS

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Trencin play. But not if Vojvodina managed to get a five goal reverse,

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then we will be off to Serbha. But Hull City AFC will be in Portugal

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and they have been doing prd`season training and just got back `nd their

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captain has been talking to me about the draw. I'm looking forward to

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it. I convert end it isn't `n exciting tie in terms of thd team

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and what players they have, but it it is exciting

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BBC Radio Lincolnshire's Melvyn Prior will be live in Skegndss

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for their event which takes place at the Esplanade on Tuesday.

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A Lincolnshire`based charitx, set up after the death of a

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Red Arrows pilot, says it's helping an increasing number of young

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The first students to benefht from his trust are now

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in their third and final ye`r and will soon be going on work

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The pilot's widow who founddd the charity says she's seen

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a transformation in the young people taking part

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We met these young people b`ck in 2012, seeing them come on four

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years later, their self`estdem has gone up, their self`belief.

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For example, one young lady, Millie, she couldn't look you

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in the eyes at the beginning, she was painfully shy, really

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Now, she's decided she wants to be a counsellor, she has her hdad held

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high, she's very proud part of Blue Skies and she's

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Old rivalries between two e`st coast seaside towns are being put aside.

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Bridlington and Scarborough have decided to work together to attract

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tourists ` instead of trying to outdo each othdr.

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Both have long, sandy beachds, busy fishing harbours, spas offering the

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latest entertainment and of course they share the great British

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weather. But both seem to think that one town is better than the other.

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Scarborough is best because it has donkeys. Scarborough is wet and

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damp. Scarbrough lots of amtsements and an open`air theatre. It have a

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water park for the children. Bridlington is better because

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Scarborough is too hilly. Anything Bridlington as got is better, the

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people. The people that livd here. So the locals are clear views,

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bought about outsiders? Mikd moved to Bridlington from South `` down

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the south, to open a cafe. we have the cliffs and the seafront, it is

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very popular. It is a gorgeous place to live. We looked at properties in

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Scarborough before we chose Bridlington. And I call really think

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of why except that Bridlington is the best. Seaside holidays became

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popular in the 1920s. Traditionally, the towns have been

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rivals fighting for tourists. Now, they are joining forces. Thhs web

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and graphic design company hn Scarborough have been working on the

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new marketing strategy. we have not just got to promote what ond town or

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what one village has to offdr. We can go ahead and promote a whole

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lot. So the two towns are jtst going to have to learn to love each other.

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So Scarborough Bridlington? Somerville Facebook today s`id

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Bridlington is less commerchalised. Another said Scarborough is a far

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nicer place to visit than Bridlington, always has been. It is

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more picturesque. Joanna saxs Bridlington for the seafront,

:26:32.:26:31.

Scarborough for the shops. Let's get a recap of the

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national and regional headlhnes President Obama said the Malaysian

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plane was shot down killing 298 people on board. A new report says

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that migrants are less likely to claim benefits, more likely to work

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and are good for the local dconomy. Tomorrow's weather, the clotdy start

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with scattered thunderstorms. Very warm and humid, temperatures getting

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up to 26 Celsius, that 79 Fahrenheit. Just a few of your

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messages about migration. One says nobody disputes that immigr`nts

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contribute. Why not highlight that immigrants have no intention of

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working and that they adjusted for the benefits. David from Boston says

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UKIP will not agree that migrant workers are fit, healthy hardly

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putting a strain on local hdalth care. Another says the report is

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propaganda. The influx has been catastrophic. Thank you for those.

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Other peaceful weekend. I whll see you on Monday. Goodbye.

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