22/07/2014 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


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- so it's goodbye from me - and on BBC One we now join the

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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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Still on the run ` 150 officers join the search for John Heald, wanted

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in connection with the murder of this Bridlington guest housd owner.

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We need continued support in the coming hours.

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Concerns that police in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire are

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relying too much on Taser guns to subdue suspects.

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It is important we are able to control certain individuals.

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People living on the East Yorkshire coast are asked to take

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responsibility for cleaning their local be`ches.

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And the North Lincolnshire woman thought to be the world's fastest

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And the weather forecast follows in 15 minutes.

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Police searching for the killer of a landlady in Bridlington havd

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revealed for the first time the scale of the manhunt. 49`ye`r`old

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Bei Carter was stabbed in the chest at her guest house on Fridax

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evening. 150 officers including armed units are now looking for

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53`year`old John Heald who hs suspected of killing her. Kate

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Sweeting is in South Yorkshire where the hunt is taking place. K`te, why

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are officers focusing their search there?

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The police are describing the suspect is extremely dangerous and

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telling people to lock their doors and windows when the alert home.

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Four. They are also putting up a reward for information that leads to

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his arrest. Four days after the murder, he is still at largd. It was

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revealed that the victim had only moved to Bedlington two years ago

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after living in China. She is a wife after living in China. She is a wife

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and a wife and other and thdy are and a wife and other and they are

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struggling to come to terms with why this has happened and are n`turally

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outraged at what has gone on. They have come back to this country and

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set up their guest house in Bedlington, been very happy and

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become part of the communitx and this is an outrageous set of

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circumstances. This is the man this is an outrageous set of

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circumstances. This is the lan that circumstances. This is the man that

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police suspect of telling hdr. He police suspect of telling hdr. He

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was staying at the guesthouse and was already on the run from police

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for another crime at Sheffield. Was enough done to protect the community

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in Bridlington from them? I think enough was done because it was

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difficult to suggest what this gentleman would have done. Nobody

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knew this was a possibility and he could've gone anywhere in the

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country. It would have been impossible to predict he would be

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country. It would have been impossible to predict he wotld be in

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Bridlington and it is impossible to say how we could have prevented this

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from happening. We need continued support in the coming hours to do

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everything we can with the resources we have two get him arrested. Police

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are now assuring the public know stone will be left and turndd

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are now assuring the public know stone will be left and turned in

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are now assuring the public know stone will be left and turndd in the

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stone will be left and turned in the search for the killer. Wantdd

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search for the killer. Wanted posters are being put up around the

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area without detailed descrhption of area without detailed description of

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John Heald. He has dots on `ll area without detailed descrhption of

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John Heald. He has dots on all of his knuckles and a tattoo of a horse

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on one hand and America madd his knuckles and a tattoo of a horse

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on one hand and America made an on one hand and America made an

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illegal tax to on one arm. ``a mermaid and eagle tattoo.

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A gas and oil company wants a 16`month extension to its permission

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for test drilling at Walkington near Beverley in East Yorkshire.

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Rathlin Energy's planning pdrmission runs out in in November

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but the firm says its work at the site has been held up.

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Anti`fracking campaigners sdt up a camp next to the site even

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People are being asked to stay away from A E at Boston and Lincoln

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hospitals un less they have a serious or life`threatening

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Managers say demand for treatment is currently very high

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and a third of people who turn up don't need to be there.

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A report says Lincolnshire police has risen to the challenge

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Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary says

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the force is outstanding in delivering affordable policing

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A temporary ice pad is to bd bought in to allow Grimsby's ice rink

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to re`open, at a cost of more than ?200,000.

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It was closed around six wedks ago because

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of problems with its refrigeration. North East Lincolnshire Council says

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eventually a new rink will be built in the town.

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We are going to soft test the area and we would

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like to put the ice rink in, so that will be down to developers.

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More importantly, by the end of this week, we will get a time fr`me for

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getting the refrigeration units, getting the temporary ice p`d in.

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It will be weeks and not months. Brilliant news. Really happx.

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Police in this area deny they are becoming

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over`reliant on Taser stun guns ` which can deliver a large electric

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Officers in Humberside Police drew their Tasers 460 times in one year.

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It's prompted concern from the national police watchdog because

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the two forces are at the top of a national list of taser usd ` with

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officers here more than twice as likely to draw their weapon compared

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with much bigger forces including the Met and

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Our cameras filmed these officers from Lincolnshire Police le`rning

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The force was one of the first to trial the ddvice.

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Now the police watchdog is concerned about how often officers usd them.

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There are five forces nationally which account for half of the uses.

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Last year, Humberside Policd used Tasers 462 times.

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While officers in Lincolnshire used them 259 times.

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But while some other forces used the device more often,

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the concern here is about ntmber of times Tasers were used,

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Home Office data shows officers from Humberside Police are some

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Figures from 2013 show for every 100 officers in the force,

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Similarly, in Lincolnshire, for every 100 officers there were 23

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But for London's Metropolit`n Police that figure was just seven uses per

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The police do not always fire Tasers.

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Lincolnshire Police claim in most cases they used

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the device as a deterrent to stop offenders from turning violdnt.

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Humberside's Police Commissioner agrees.

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We have more officers using and having access.

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It is a safe tool, a great way of controlling dangerous situations.

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With usage increasing every year the police watchdog wants to know

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why some forces are using them more frequently than others.

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I spoke Sophie Khan, a solictor advocate who represents Tasdr

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I think that they are used when there is a life`threatening

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situation. It is only after that that it should be used. It should

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not be used to threaten or do care the individual. `` or deter. I have

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a number of cases and have done a lot of campaigning over the last

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couple of years and I see the impact that they have on individuals who

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are not involved in any kind of criminality and do not have a weapon

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with them. But if they are not involved in anything, why would

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there be concerned by the police? If that is no criminality involved,

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there be concerned by the police? If that is no criminality involved it

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that is no criminality involved, it should not be used in the fhrst

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should not be used in the first place and especially if there is no

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weapon involved. I have somd clients who were just in the wrong place at

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the wrong time and certain individuals might have ment`l health

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issues and are unaware of what they are doing and also they do not have

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weapons. Do you think it is being used too much? I think it is being

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used to readily by police forces because it is double the number of

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times or triple the number of times that forces across the country use

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them. You've been debating this one on

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Facebook throughout the day. Natalie: "Carry on using them

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because not only does it prdvent an on the arresting officer but

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prevents further attacks on the public"

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Stuart: "It's just an easy way to get people to do what the police

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tell them to. whatever happdned to the strict hands`on approach".

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Simon: "Anything that could kill or harm someone should be used as a

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last resort. Unfortunately some police officers are only to happy to

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use it". If you want to join in log onto Facebook and search for BBC

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Look North. We want to hear your A new kit,

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a new division and new players. Scunthorpe United have high hopes

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for the new football season. And the North Lincolnshire woman

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thought to be the world's fastes Here is a photo of Wauldby in

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the East Riding by Sheila Elliot. We enjoyed the weather forecast last

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night. It was very accurate. Have a look at this. Great start. Sunny

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spells developing. Thank you to spells developing. Thank yot to

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everybody who got in touch on that one. What is developing tonhght

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everybody who got in touch on that one. What is developing tonight? I

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one. What is developing tonhght I have sacked my personal assistant.

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If you live across eastern parts of Lincolnshire you will have `lready

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Lincolnshire you will have already noticed low cloud is invading from

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the North Sea. Low cloud is on its way in from the east and will break

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quite readily through the course of tomorrow. Skegness is fairly chilly

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tomorrow. Skegness is fairlx chilly at the moment and the cloud is not

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far away from inland parts. Lincoln is next in line for this we`ther.

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Some warm sunshine this evening but very quickly we will see low cloud

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and patchy for all everybody at very quickly we will see low cloud

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and patchy for all everybody at some point. It is a misty start `nd quite

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point. It is a misty start and quite a cool start with the odd spot of

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drizzle but the low cloud whll a cool start with the odd spot of

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drizzle but the low cloud will be drizzle but the low cloud whll be

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fairly thin and it should break up and we will see increasing `mounts

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of sunshine. The course should and we will see increasing amounts

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of sunshine. The course shotld clear of sunshine. The course should clear

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quite nicely with the lovelx quite nicely with the lovelx

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afternoon across the Lincolnshire coast. Many areas will be bright, if

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not sunny. It will be about 20 degrees in Bridlington and 25

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degrees in Lincoln. That is the weight will be for the rest of the

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week and also into Saturday. People who live on the

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East Yorkshire coast are being asked to take responsibility

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for cleaning their local beaches. East Riding Council says beautiful

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beaches are spoiled by rubbhsh and wants councillors to lead teams

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of volunteer litter pickers. The group Keep Britain Tidy says

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a minority of people who drop litter ` like here in Queen's Gardens

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in Hull ` think someone elsd will pick it up and the Government says

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that costs ?1 billion a year. We'll be asking whether you should

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challenge people who drop lhtter. First our environment correspondent,

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Paul Murphy, These are some of the finest beaches

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you will find anywhere. Even more glorious when the sun

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shines. But the East Coast is hiding a dirty

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secret. The legacy of those who reftse to

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take their rubbish home. From beer cans, which unfortunately

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people do leave when they have had a barbecue on the beach.

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The campaign now being launched to clear up our beaches is arguably one

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of the most determined for decades. We have a scheme called Ways Of

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Waste. Really, it's an initiative to try

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and get everybody involved in taking a little bit of responsibilhty,

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citizenship, really, for our coast. We have, at the moment, 17 sites up

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and down the Yorkshire coast. In the most recent litter survey of

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the East Coast from Flamborough to Spurn, more than 10,000 items

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were recovered. It's thought around 75% of it is

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made up of plastic or polystyrene. Research shows that 94% of birds

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examined in the North Sea had ingested plastic particles.

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The beaches around Flamborough are among the most beautiful in the UK

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but you only have to take a stroll for a couple of minutes to realise

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they have got a real problem here. And, as the holiday season begins,

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so the size of the challengd gets bigger.

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It is a mess, you can tell it's a mess.

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Obviously, it's keeping up with it. Every time we come down, we do take

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ours up top with us and take it home to the caravan, and

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things like that. If everybody did it, it would not be

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as bad, would it? It is a case of having to carry it

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to the top, or to the car p`rk, put it in your car.

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I mean, you can find a bin somewhere, can't you?

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The clear`up message is getting through but there will

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always be those who ignore ht. The evidence of their days at the

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seaside I spoke to Phil Barton,

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the head of Keep Britain Tidy. I asked him if he knows why some

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people leave litter behind. The vast majority of the population

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realises it should not matter and realises it should not matter and

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most people do not letter. There is much more plastic fast food

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available for people to letter in the first place. Should we ask

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people to pick up litter or do we risk getting a mouthful? We

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recommend people are careful and recognise a situation that you are

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recognise a situation that xou are then. I do not tackle people

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recognise a situation that you are then. I do not tackle peopld when I

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then. I do not tackle people when I do not feel it would be safd

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then. I do not tackle peopld when I do not feel it would be safe to

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then. I do not tackle people when I do not feel it would be safd to do

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do not feel it would be safe to do so. Is it a good enough exctse

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do not feel it would be safd to do so. Is it a good enough excuse to

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say there are not enough bins? No. Everybody has personal

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responsibility for the lettdr they responsibility for the lettdr they

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produce and it is very easy to take it home or find the nearest litter

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then and ideally to recycle it because any letter is just resources

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in the wrong place and we nded to concentrate on generally reducing

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our waste. At the deterrent is not so much financial but if yot expect

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to get caught or not. You have to to get caught or not. You have to

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have a sensible policy for ht to get caught or not. You h`ve to

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have a sensible policy for it but to get caught or not. You have to

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have a sensible policy for ht but we have a sensible policy for it but we

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do believe there should be lore enforcement and that would have an

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impact on people. What is your message to people who drop litter?

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You are messing up the nest for everybody else and it is very easy

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to avoid. If you want to be in touch on this issue, you can e`mail

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to avoid. If you want to be in touch on this issue, you can e`mahl us or

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text us. We will have some of your stories tomorrow night.

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They have a new kit, new pl`yers, and a new league to play in.

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Scunthorpe United are gearing up for their first league game.

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Last year was one of the best in their history, and they're

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Sarah Walton met them on the pitch at Glanford Park.

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Scunthorpe United have been using the summer to build their tdam, much

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upheaval in the squad, which is important to keep the continuity.

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We are dipping a toe in the water at the beginning of the season but

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We need to get our recruitment right for this season. The scheme has a

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habit of kicking you in the teeth. If we are in the top ten,

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that will be exceptional. The team says training has been

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going well and they're prep`red for the season, away at Swindon

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on the 9th of August. Last night we had about a triathlon

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across the Humber and we have had from the organisers it was a success

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from the organisers it was ` success and it could happen again.

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A crowd of teenage music fans gathered outside the BBC building

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in Hull this afternoon for ` glimpse of their favourite boy band. They

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were here to see Union J, who were contestants

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The band came in to do an interview with BBC Radio Humberside.

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You can hear that on the st`tion at midday tomorrow with James Hoggarth.

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A woman from North Lincolnshire is thought to be the world's f`stest

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Becci Ellis from Gunness made the record attempt

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at Elvington airfield near York, on a bike built by her husb`nd.

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She's thought to be the world's fastest woman on a motorbike, but

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Becci Ellis had no idea unthl the end of her record`breaking attempt.

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I had a ticket that was shoved onto the end of the tank,

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I hadn't noticed that the thcket was there straight away and it was only

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when I sat back and looked down that I realised I'd got 248.5 mph.

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And I was absolutely elated, I was just squeaking, it was amazing.

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And, as this amateur footagd shows, 248.5 mph is pretty quick.

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The bike was hand`built by Becky's husband, Mike, at their home

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It is terrifying because I know what can go wrong.

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But when she goes through those chequered boards and you hear the

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Everybody says you must be clinging on for dear life,

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but you're not really because you're in full control.

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The previous holder of the title has recognised the effort.

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The couple aims to submit evidence to Guinness to crown Becci ` Gunness

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It's a lovely thing to have under my belt and, like I say,

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With a team of dedicated volunteers behhnd them,

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the couple hopes o break through he 250 mph barrier later this xear

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

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A train carrying the bodies of victims of the Malaysian airliner

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has arrived at its destinathon. Concerns that police in

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East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire are relying too much

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on Taser guns to subdue suspects. Top temperature tomorrow will be 77

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Fahrenheit which is 25 Celshus. Top temperature tomorrow will be 77

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Fahrenheit which is 25 Celsius. Some Fahrenheit which is 25 Celshus. Some

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people who have cold then ask if tasters are used too much. Join me

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