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BBC News Good evening and welcome to

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BBC Look North. 1,000 jobs secured and more

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on their way. Chemicals giant RB announces ?100

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million worth of investment in Hull. They could choose anywhere in the

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world to take this business but they have chosen here in Hull and that is

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a real testament to local people. We take a special look

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at the company behind these household names, whose

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roots in Hull go back 200 years. Also on tonight's show, an increase

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in speed limits for lorries. Concerns it will make roads

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in the countryside more dangerous. A power surge in Grimsby leaves

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more than a hundred households The East Yorkshire landmark trying

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to cash in on the success of It is a very special moving day here

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as part of the Victorian Albert Museum's National collection of

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furniture comes to East Yorkshire. And it has been another beautiful

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day but what about the weekend? It's one of the biggest investments

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in Hull's history, The world`wide drugs and household

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chemicals company RB, known locally as Reckitts, is to spend ?100

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million, creating what is says is Reckitts started in Hull more than

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170 years ago and today boasts a list of top brands including Lemsip,

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Nurofen, Airwick, and Dettol. The Chancellor of the Exchequer,

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George Osborne, was at the site as the announcement was made this

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afternoon and said the company is Here's our Business Correspondent,

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Sarah Corker. It's already a place known

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for its innovation. And at Reckitt's factory in Hull

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today, chemists showed the Now a global research centre will be

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built here, and a growing number of new health products will be

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developed in the city. It is a huge vote of confidence in

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what you do and a huge vote of confidence in Hull.

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With operations in 60 countries, its CEO could have chosen any site

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Disinvestment of ?100 million secures the jobs we have in Hull

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today. Not just that, I think we have become a true magnet for

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attracting top talent. This is a great proof of confidence that we

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have in Hull that can still produce a great innovation. Lemsip,

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Gaviscon, stencils, great brands that were all developed here in

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Hull. Now the art focusing their research on these caves of health

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remedies that you can get on the high Street.

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The Damson lane site manufactures the world's entire supply of Lemsip.

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It?s a global success story that start as the Reckitt's family

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Nearly 200 years on, today's commitment to the city is seen as

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Investors are coming here and approaching the City Council and

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speaking to members of Parliament so the government must now recognise

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that Hull, the city Hull, is a very important part of the Northern

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economy. Workers on their way home beepping

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in support of the announcement. We have massive talent here and we

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are delighted for the employers and the city. It is brilliant news and

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really good investment. It is really good for Hull as well.

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It should be open by 2018, creating high skilled jobs for the city.

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You saw the Chancellor, George Osborne in Sarah's report. I went to

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the Reckitt's laboratory in East Hull to meet him.

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Chancellor, how important is today?s announcement for Hull?

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This is a record investment by a much loved local company

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and it is further evidence that our long term economic plan is working

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These are good jobs, jobs in science, exactly the kind

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of thing we want to see more of in the United Kingdom, and it is part

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of the vision I have of a Northern powerhouse where Humberside is

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connected through to Leeds and Manchester and Liverpool

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across the North of England, not just with better transport links

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but with the kind of scientific investment we?re seeing today.

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The thing is that they could have chosen anywhere globally,

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And this follows on from Siemens just six months or so back.

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Well, we have had a string of great announcements for Hull and

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We?ve got investments in energy, investments in science

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and research, and companies like RB or Siemens, they could choose

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anywhere in the world to take this business and create jobs,

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And I think that is a real testament to local people,

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to Hull, but it is also a testament to what we are doing in the UK.

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Turning our economy around and making sure we see growth

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in all parts of the United Kingdom, rather than just in London

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Why do you think Hull is on a roll at the moment then?

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I think people see here a critical mass of skilled people, good new

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Energy is a really big, emerging industry.

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And then you have a company like RB, who have been here for hundreds

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of years, literally, choosing to make their future here as well.

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And what we have got to make sure is that Hull is connected to other

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great Northern cities and that we hook up Hull as part of the Northern

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powerhouse and we really maximise the potential of this area.

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So we need the electrification, don?t we, to Selby?

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We do need better transport links, that is part of what I have set out

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In the past when we have talked about connecting up

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the North it has been a conversation about Manchester and Leeds.

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I wanted to make sure that Hull was not left out of that conversation.

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You're a very good ambassador for Hull, aren?t you?

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Well it's great to be here with this good news.

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Do you get much of a headache as Chancellor?

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Because if you do, they make Nurofen here!

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They make great products here, Lemsip as well, if you have a cold.

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It is great, one of the things about this company

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is it is a much loved company with the brands very familiar to people

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RB has a history in Hull dating back to the 1840s The Reckitt family were

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Quakers who built a whole village of houses for their workers.

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Generations of families have worked for the company, and it

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still employs more than a thousand people at its east Hull factory.

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With more here's our correspondent Vicky Johnson.

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It was when the Victorians decreed that godliness was next to

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cleanliness that the product first took off and some are still around

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today. The family's first business in Boston had not gone well but it

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was after they moved north to East Hull that it flourished into a

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global empire. From the beginning be this new technology. In the 1950s

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they were the first company in Hull to install a computer. They were at

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the forefront of everything. New ways of building things,

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computerisation, all sorts of ways. James Reckitt was like many Quakers

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at the time the damage to improve the lives of those who worked for

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him. We asked did you in the Garden Village, a wonderful group of

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houses, and always is of high quality buildings built for the

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workforce. In all sorts of ways they sought to improve the quality of

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life for workers. Here we have the coppers. And no bars. Almost 100

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years after his death, how is James Reckitt remembered? I don't anything

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about it. Have you heard of James Reckitt? Not really, no. For

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immediate biggest highlight was we used to get free passes to go to

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Reckitt 's bats. And it was a short walk from here. The companies say

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their purpose is to help people lead healthier lives and have happier

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homes. That is now on a vast international scale. It is not very

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far from James Reckitt original vision and he built more than 600

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homes in garden village. Also today,

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a multi million pound investment by Sainsburys could create hundreds

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of jobs in Scunthorpe. It's joining forces with budget

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brand Netto and is believed to have plans to build a brand new

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distribution centre in the town. The two supermarkets want to open

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a number of new stores Detectives hunting for a suspect

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in the murder of a Bridlington guesthouse owner have released

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a CCTV picture of him. This image is believed to be

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John Heald in B Bargains in Mexborough in South Yorkshire

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on Saturday afternoon. Police have been searching for the

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fifty three year old for six days. Bei Carter was found stabbed to

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death in Bridlington on Friday Police are appealing for help

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to trace a man in connection with one of Lincolnshire's most

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high profile unsolved cases. 50`year`old Alan Wood was tortured

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and murdered at his home near Bourne Detectives want to find a foreign

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national who worked at car washes in the Stamford and Peterborough

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area at the time of the killing. Road safety experts in Lincolnshire

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are worried about a government decision to raise

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the speed limit for big lorries. At the moment HGVs are limited to 40

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on single carriageway roads, but it's been announced today that the

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limit will soon be increased to 50. While some hauliers

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in this area have campaigned for the higher limit there are fears from

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some it will lead to accidents. Some even take risks to get

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on with their journey. At this cafe at Caneby Corner,

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I met Gary, who says hauliers are I have been

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a lorry driver myself for 30 years, in many ways the speed limit is one

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of the worst restrictions. Vehicles these days are a lot safer,

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and indeed the drivers are a lot safer than they used to be,

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so I think it is time The current speed limit

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on single carriageways for heavy goods vehicles over 7.5

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tonnes is 40 miles an hour. But that's being increased to 50

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miles an hour from early next year. A change, which the government

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claim, could give hauliers But John Siddle

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from the Lincolnshire Road Safety Those lorries at their maximum

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permissible weight of 44 tonnes, the stopping distances involved at

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50 miles per hour are significantly different to 40 miles per hour,

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and that is a major concern to us. But surely this is good news for

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motorists, who can get frustrated at Well it is good news

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for those drivers who are frustrated, but the majority

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of drivers are not frustrated. But motorists I've spoken to today

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seem pleased with the changes. I think it is probably a good idea

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if it means the lorries are going to Having just travelled down the A15,

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I don?t think there is much chance of you going more than 50 anyway,

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with the traffic. Still the Government believe letting

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lorries go faster will get There will also be a debate on

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increasing the speed limit for HTV is on dual carriageway is on dual

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carriageways as well. Let through this open if you are in Lincolnshire

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or a rural area. Do you support lorries being able to go at 50?

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Should the increase the limit for dual carriageways? Your thoughts on

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this one, you can contact us at the information here.

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We thought swimming pool has reopened after a closure caused by

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slightly flooding. It is the third time the poolside has been replaced

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following a number of injuries. The council is confident the latest

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forwarding is better. Police say a driver has been injured

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after a car ploughed into a house in Lincolnshire, destroying a bedroom.

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It happened yesterday afternoon. The house is no longer safe to live in.

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Thank you for watching this Thursday night. Still ahead, there is a rough

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start to the Commonwealth Games for Lincolnshire 's Georgi twig. And we

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find out how this East Yorkshire landmark hopes to cash in on the

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success of don't and Harry. `` Galton happy.

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And if you are in Grimsby you may have suffered thanks to the power

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surge. Tonight 's photograph was taken by

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Steve MacLachlan, he took this photograph of Don and Grimsby. Very

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nice it is as well. Good evening. Straddle the meals. You can't really

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tell. David says actually, this weekend

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looks good but can your weather can let us know?

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In fact, temperatures will peak on Saturday, 26 or 27 degrees. Fresh

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air on Sunday with the risk of one or two showers. Let's look at the

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temperatures, it was 27 degrees in Sleaford with Skegness having a

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better day. Bedlington Sophie Wood has had a decent afternoon as well.

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The low cloud has helped us. Tomorrow we'll have a great start,

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but turning sunny. There will be a drift from the north`east but by

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Sunday we will have cooler fresh air across all parts that could lead to

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one or two showers. It is beautiful out there, and a repeat performance,

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an identical forecast to last night. We will see a low cloud and missed

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in some coastal areas, at first gradually edging westwards over mate

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with low temperatures coming in at around 14 degrees. That is 57

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Fahrenheit but 16 in Hull. The sun rises in the morning at 504, the

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high water time will be 5:27 a.m.. A great start in some places but the

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low cloud and missed will break up and we will see what of sunshine

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developing. There is a risk of some see Mr Cross caused, from time to

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time, but like today there will be blue skies. Inland areas will be

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hottest, 24 or 25 degrees in cool when Lincoln, similarly the mid`70s

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in Fahrenheit. Saturday could reach around 80 degrees with plenty of

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sunshine around, the risk of some showers on Saturday into Sunday.

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Look at the drop in temperatures back down to almost normal values.

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Paul said it would be sunny in the east coast and today I have not seen

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the son of the! I said there would be sea fog that

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would struggle to clear. Nice of you to be so touchy! Enjoy

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your day off. A power surge in part of Grimsby has

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left more than a hundred households Washing machines, TVs , and central

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heating boilers, written off. Residents who contacted Look North

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told us they are being offered ?200 in compensation, but many say that

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isn't nearly enough. We'll hear what Northern Powergrid

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has to say about that, Unloading the washing,

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but this laundry is still dirty. Emma Last's machine is one of

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several items left broken after a We?ve got neighbours washing each

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other?s clothing and stuff like that, because there are no

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updates or anything. There are still people who haven?t

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had their boilers looked at yet. We got

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a letter yesterday saying they are Next door one of the only ways

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on the street to wash clothes. I am taking in the washing and I

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am doing the washing for everyone. Which is good, because we have

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a bit of community spirit. The cause of the power surge is

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still under investigation The company has promised to repair

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or replace heating, For Gary Norman the offer doesn't

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extend far enough, he's lost the use I was in the fire service

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and I have a pension, and it is a modest one, but I still have to

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work part time to pay the bills. My partner, she works in a school

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but she?s not paid very much, so why should I have to pay out

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another ?300 or ?400 for a TV and For many living here

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a ?200 good will gesture from the power company doesn't cover

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the excess on their home insurance. A Northern Power Grid spokesman said

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they would "Urgently look at further claims for financial assistance

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on a case by case basis". Jill Archbold, BBC Look North,

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Grimsby. Well the residents contacted us

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on Tuesday. We went to film with them yesterday

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but since then we've heard that Northern

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Power Grid has started to offer full So just before we came

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on air tonight I asked Geoff Earl from the company

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if they had only upped their offer No, we haven't, but the first thing

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I must say is to apologise to customers who experienced

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electricity over voltage at the weekend. Why did Gary get told that

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his big`screen TV and laptop will not be included, but today it is?

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You have changed your mind. Has only happened on Sunday in our initial

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objective quite clearly it was to make things safer for customers in

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restore supplies and normality. That is what we have done. We have had

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people on site who have listened to comments and yes we are going back

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and we will make sure that all customers equipment that has been

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damaged is replaced or repaired. That is changing your mind, isn't

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it? You are now seeing it will be covered. It is not changing our

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mains, it is a development. Our priority is to get on site and make

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sure we do the right things by our customers. It doesn't matter if it

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is a washing machine or laptop or TV, for all households they will be

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replaced? Yes, initially we wanted to ensure that all of the essentials

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where taking care of. Now we have done that we are in the process of

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examining the other items damaged. Thank you. Very interesting story.

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Do not forget we only got to know about that on Tuesday because the

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local people got in touch with us and sent an e`mail. If you have a

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story you think we should know about them always please think of us and

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sent us an e`mail. Lincoln hockey player Georgie Twigg

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faces a race against time after being injured in England's

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opening match at the Simon Clark is there,

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Simon how badly was she hurt? It looked like a really nasty

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incident and it remains us that as these athletes at the Commonwealth

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Games chase glory it can be tough and hard. Fewer things are harder

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than a hockey ball being propelled at full pace and her injury

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certainly took the gloss of an England victory over Glasgow Green.

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It was supposed to be a game of redemption, a chance to forget the

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terrible World Cup. But for Georgi twig of Lincoln it was a nightmare.

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Just one minute into the match a serious knock it out of the game.

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Time will tell if she is out of the games. The swimming competition got

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underway today with Lincoln backstroke racer Lizzie Simmonds

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making her debut tomorrow in the 100 metres. As ever with the

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Commonwealth Games, competition in the pool. It appears to be a battle

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between Australia and England for supremacy. This possibility for

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England on the east Yorkshire shoulders of John Wright. We have

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home`field advantage, I know we are in Scotland but it is Great Britain

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and we feel part of that. We do not feel like we are going into foreign

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claims that he would for other Commonwealth Games. There will be

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more English support there, too. My mum and dad and panties are coming

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out. I think they are staying in Edinburgh and will get the train

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across. It will be good to have them in the crowd. A few Yorkshire accent

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will be backing Scotland hockey tomorrow, when Dan shoulders makes

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his Commonwealth bowl. It really important game that one

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for Scotland, it could define their entire Commonwealth Games. Back to

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Georgi twig, I have been speaking to England hockey. She will have an

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examination tomorrow in the hope is that she can continue.

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Hull FC coach Lee Radford says his side need a good result

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in tonight's game to have any hope of making the play`offs.

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The Black and Whites face in`form Castleford at the KC stadium.

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Kick off is at eight, you can hear it on BBC Radio Humberside

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They're hoping to cash in on the success of

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the TV series Downton Abbey, which has been a hit around the world.

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Historians are trying to return Sewerby Hall

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near Bridlington to its 1912 heyday, before revealing it to the public.

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And with the renovation nearly done, a very special shipment

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Our arts correspondent Anne`Marie Tasker was there.

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When furniture's as valuable as this,

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And as the bubble wrap came off, it revealed some of the nation's most

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important antiques ` on loan from one of the country's top museums.

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This is a win dash win for members of the public and as museum

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professionals alike. This is element of the national collection that has

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come from the Victorian and Albert Museum. People have not seen these

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pieces before. Boss, this makes 70 Holly Northern outpost for the

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national collection, which is brilliant for East Yorkshire.

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Using these photos taken in 1912, the team at Sewerby Hall have spent

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five years tracking down similar furniture to that here

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This room was used for weddings but it has been transformed into a

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dining room. It features some of the national collection, like this

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18th`century piece here. Worth ?100,000. The makers of some pieces

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are very highly regarded, or they are quite rare survivors. We have

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been collecting furniture for well over 100 years, 150 years, so these

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are choice pieces that have, our way over that essentially a half. It is

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hoped that these choice pieces will help return the halt to its former

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glory and drawing visitors fascinated by programmes like

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Downton Abbey. Put it is a big thing with the TV dramas and people

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looking at their ancestry. It is a big thing in itself. We must

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capitalise on that and we will. They have just two weeks to get that

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Downton Abbey look finished before the whole reopens.

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The time is five minutes to seven and the main national and regional

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headlines are, a UN shelter in Gaza is hit by an Israeli missile, 15

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people are killed over 200 injured. 1000 jobs secured and more on their

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way, the chemicals giant RB announced a ?100 million investment

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in whole. The weather tomorrow, a great start becoming sunny and very

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warm. This tool continue on the coast with temperatures inland

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getting up to 24 degrees. Talking about increasing the speed

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limit from 40 to 50, a big response on this one. John says most

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accidents on single carriageway is are caused by frustrated and

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impatient motorists stuck behind slow`moving vehicles. Raising the

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speed limit will make the roads safer. Stephen has tweeted employs a

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stop to 40 on the road they would be safe as motorists would be able to

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overtake more safely. Laurie these now travel at 50. Recesses I travel

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in the a 15 everyday and the lorries travel at more than 50 mph anyway.

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Slowing to 44 the speed cameras will little difference.

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Too many worries already travel in excess of 50 mph' we roads, if the

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limit is increased its full simply result in them driving at 60 mph.

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At 10:25pm I will speak to a road safety group about this one.

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Goodbye. Well, when did we start funding

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projects in Gaza? How do you know people

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are telling the truth? Well, when did we start funding

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projects in Gaza? I should never have done this.

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I should never have agreed to this.

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