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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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Luxury hotels and fine dining ` the Hull hospital boss who spent

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There was an overnight stay in one of the most expensive hotels you can

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get in London. It is unnecessary. Buses replace trains

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as the major rail line out of The first major repair work is being

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carried out in over 150 years in Selby.

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The Government invites bids for fracking ` protesters say the East

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200,000 people head to the coast for the Cleethorpes Air Show.

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Five star hotels, Michelin starred restaurants and a trip to Florida...

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some of the things that a former Hull hospital boss bought

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Phil Morley, who left his job as the chief executive of Htll

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and East Yorkshire Hospitals in April, spent more than ?40,0 0

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None of his spending was fr`udulent, but tonight a Hull MP has written

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to the Health Secretary to `sk him to investigate.

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It's now almost four months since he walked out of Hull and

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East Yorkshire hospitals, btt Phil Morley is still making headlines.

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During his three`and`a`half years in charge, the former chief

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executive racked up spending of around ?50,000, according to his

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credit card statements, on things like travel, hotels and meals out.

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These include more than ?1400 at a restaurant in East Yorkshird, almost

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restaurant in East Yorkshire, almost ?4500 on a trip to Florida, and over

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?800 at a 5`star restaurant in London. Closer to home, a night out

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London. Closer to home, a nhght out at a party venue in Manchester, for

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which he claimed ?37 in 2011. at a party venue in Manchester, for

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which he claimed ?37 in 2010. There which he claimed ?37 in 2010. There

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is an overnight stay in one the most expensive hotels you can get in

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London that would be totally unnecessary. There is even `

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unnecessary. There is even a Waitrose bill in there. We have a

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staff cuts, staff shortages, people are working close to the bone and

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you cannot justify that kind of expenditure. Phil Molly was one of

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around 15 officials to use ` credit around 15 officials to use a credit

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card. There is no suggestion any has been used but their number has been

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reduced. Nobody from the hospital has been

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willing to talk to his, nor has film Morley made himself available. We

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have a short statement from the body which scrutinises trusts and they

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say they support the policies the say they support the policies the

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trust has put in place. Mr Fidler thrust Mr Morley into the limelight

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thrust Mr Morley into the lhmelight last year. He left suddenly, just

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after a critical report into the hospital's performance. He has a new

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job as head of an NHS trust in Essex. Questions are being `sked of

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Essex. Questions are being asked of Jeremy Hunt. I have set out what

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happened and raised within the Freedom of information is things

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that came out. I hope it will look at this and satisfy himself that

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everything has been done properly. So while Phil Morley might have

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gone, one suspects it might be a long time before he is forgotten.

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Let us know what you think of this story. There's no suggestion that

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any of this expenditure was fraudulent. How do you control this

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sort of expenditure within an organisation like the NHS?

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Something's brewing in Lincolnshire as a group

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Passengers travelling from Hull to Leeds, York and Manchestdr

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this summer have been asked to be patient during repair work.

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Work on the Selby Swing bridge has closed the line meaning buses will

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replace trains for the first part of the journey.

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Network Rail says the ?14 million upgrade is vital to

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How have people's journeys been affected today?

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People have been asked to allow extra time for the journey, and

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extra staff have been at Selby station to make sure people know

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where to be and when. I haven't station to make sure people know

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where to be and when. I havdn't had where to be and when. I haven't had

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a lot of confidence from passengers today. The same can't be sahd

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everywhere because this is having a wider impact, not just on trains.

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For the next six weeks, this is how rail passengers will be travelling

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from Hull to Selby. With services running on time this morning, most

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didn't seem to mind taking the bus. Absolute fine. Air conditioning,

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didn't seem to mind taking the bus. Absolute fine. Air conditioning no

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problem. As a one off on a day trip out, it is not a problem. It is the

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closure of Selby's swing bridge out, it is not a problem. It is the

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closure of Selby's swing brhdge for closure of Selby's swing brhdge for

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a repair that is causing thd destruction. The work was postponed

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due to this landslip at Hatfield. The bridge will be closed until

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early September. Around 90 trains a day use this route. Network Rail say

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the work is essential. Therd will be the work is essential. Therd will be

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a fair bit of destruction. We have undertaken it in the middle of

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summer, which shows there is less passenger traffic due to thd

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summer, which shows there is less passenger traffic due to the summer

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holidays. This is how the rdpair holidays. This is how the rdpair

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work could affect your journey. Services between London King's Cross

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and Hull will divert, while buses will replace all trains between

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Selby and Hull. Trains from Selby to York in Selby to lead and running

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York in Selby to lead and rtnning normally. But I version isn't being

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welcomed by people in goal, as the level crossing in the centre will

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welcomed by people in goal, as the level crossing in the centrd will be

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level crossing in the centre will be brought down much more often. Pain

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in the neck. It comes answer early, you could get 15 cars through. The

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barriers will be going down so many more times and traffic will be

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backing up. It would be as dasy more times and traffic will be

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backing up. It would be as dasy It will back the trouble `` traffic up

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down goes through road, the main road into the town. Network Rail

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said the staff are working `ll day, said the staff are working all day,

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everyday to get the work on time. This is the first major rep`ir

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everyday to get the work on time. This is the first major repair work

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This is the first major rep`ir work to be carried out on this bridge

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since it was built 125 years ago. It is costing ?14 million. They're

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replacing part of the track, doing work so speed and weight

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restrictions can be lifted, and they are giving it a new look of pain. It

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will be a more efficient route over. Thank you. Another one you light

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want to comment on. Maybe you are in Goole.

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Police are continuing to qudstion a man in connection with the murder

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53`year`old John Heald was arrested in Rotherham on Frhday

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He was treated in hospital for minor injuries over the weekend

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Police say he's being spoken to by detectives investigating

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the murder of Bei Carter, who was stabbed to death ten days ago.

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A 12`year`old boy has been rescued from a quarry in Lincoln. Hd became

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stuck halfway up a cliff face on the land near Outer Circle Road in the

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city last night. Firefighters say youngsters need to take card during

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Continue to enjoy ourselves but remember to stay away from places

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like quarries, railways, lakes and ponds where accidents can h`ppen,

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New rules about where frackhng can take place should offer protection

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to the Lincolnshire Wolds, but according to campaigners won't

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Today, the Government has opened the bidding process for new licences

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Ministers say areas of outstanding natural beauty should be protected.

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years firms have had the opportunity to secure new licences. This map

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shows the extent of it. Our entire area is open for companies to bid

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for licences which would allow them to explore for shale gas. In X are

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areas which already have licences and red are areas which are open for

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bidding from today. You can also see where there are shale gas deposits

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and ministers believe that gas could be a major potential energy source.

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It is only potential. We have to explore where it is. I am also

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determined we do this in a way that is sensitive.

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And that's why the Government's making it harder to get licdnces to

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drill in national parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty

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Applications covering those places will only be accepted

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There isn't any fracking at this oil and gas site in

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Walkington, but protestors say they are worried about the environmental

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impact it could have on East Yorkshire if approved in future.

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It is that the government h`s started to listen to environmental

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concerns. It is not so good that 60% of the country is now open for

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exploration, and it will intensify the interest of oil companies in

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fracking in areas like the Dast fracking in areas like the Dast

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Riding. This is a landscape of high value but it is not listed.

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Any potential fracking is still a long way away. Companies who are

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eventually granted a licencd to begin test drilling will also need

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to gain planning permission as well as environmental permits before full

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scale drilling can take place. Peter.

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Still ahead tonight: The aircraft thrilling 200,000 people on the

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beach this weekend. And could this man from Hull have

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created the greatest guitar riff of all time?

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Octon near Driffield taken by Alastair Graham.

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Another picture tomorrow. Back is incredible. You got the

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picture right, then. Phil s`ys, can picture right, then. Phil says, can

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you tell me why Spaulding never appears on the forecast map?

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Why would I want to do that? Why would you want to upset thel?

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It is a very pleasant time, I am joking.

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The headline for the next 24`hour is is not a bad one. A lot of sunshine

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through the morning. They will be more cloud later courtesy of this

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weather fronts. It is a band of cloud, no more than the odd light

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shower later this afternoon. In the meantime, temperatures will reach

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the mid`70s Fahrenheit. July meantime, temperatures will reach

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the mid`70s Fahrenheit. Julx has the mid`70s Fahrenheit. July has

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turned out to be a beautiful month. I think early August will bd

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turned out to be a beautiful month. I think early August will be quite

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different. We have seen quite a bit of cloud streaming open across

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Lincolnshire in the last few hours. We have had 23 degrees in Hull and

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Lincoln this afternoon. This cloud coming up from the South will sink

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away southwards later. It might bring the odd spot of rain which

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most of us will be dry. Temperatures 13 Celsius. That is 55 Fahrenheit.

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13 Celsius. That is 55 Fahrdnheit. We are off to a lovely start once

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more. A bit of cloud left btt that more. A bit of cloud left btt that

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will pull away. Lots of sunshine and in the afternoon, it will cloud

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over. There might be one or two showers but essentially a b`nd of

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cloud. Gentle onshore breezds along the coast. Sleaford and Spaulding

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may get up to 25 degrees tolorrow. may get up to 25 degrees tomorrow.

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That'll 77 Fahrenheit. Frid`y, may get up to 25 degrees tolorrow.

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That'll 77 Fahrenheit. Friday, the That'll 77 Fahrenheit. Frid`y, the

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first day of August, looks more unsettled.

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I think he wanted on the map rather than a verbal mention. Thank you

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very much. See you tomorrow. A new brewery has opened in

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Horncastle ` the first of its kind for over 50 years. The micro`brewery

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is run by three local women who say they want to break into what they

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say is the male`dominated world of Cutting the ribbon into the world

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of real ale. This is

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the first micro brewery to open in Horncastle since 1933 and this one

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will be marking an re`emerghng trend Alissa Moody and Kayleigh Dobson

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will assist head brewer Elizabeth Female brewers are traditionally

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called brewsters, and when they get their own brewery

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they get very excited too. I am ecstatic. I am so happx. I have

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had sleepless nights because I am ecstatic. I am so happy. I have

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had sleepless nights becausd I have been too excited. This is our

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had sleepless nights because I have been too excited. This is otr cold

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room, this is where we store been too excited. This is our cold

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room, this is where we stord our room, this is where we stord our

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beer once it has been made. I absolutely love the creativhty,

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absolutely love the creativity, making beer. These are our hot, they

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smelt amazing. However much you may think brewing

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beer is a male`dominated world, In the 18th century novelist Jane

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Austen used to drink and brew beer. Back then,

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it was part of the household duties, but social and economic change took

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beer brewing from the home into the factories and then started

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to be made by men for men. Today, Lincolnshire's leading

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a women brewer revolution. There are two in Grantham ` Kathy

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Britton owns Oldershaw Brewdry and And now Horncastle Ales become

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the latest female`run brewery. So I am so proud of her. Shd has

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done so well. She has been brewing for three years now and has, `` has

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culminated that knowledge to produce what she has done today.

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Now, of course, it's the taste that has to live up to expectation.

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Nothing wrong with this, I am very happy.

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As the number of women brewers continues to grow

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across Lincolnshire, so these three hope to offer something new to

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The Labour party has chosen a union organiser as its next parliamentary

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candidate for Great Grimsby. Melanie Onn was selected to replace Austin

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Mitchell, who is retiring at the next election.

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A vote will take place tonight to decide the Conservative candidate

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who will replace the veteran Lincolnshire MP, Sir Peter Tapsell.

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The member for Louth and Horncastle is the longest`serving MP in the

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Commons, but will stand down at the next election. Tonight, his

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constituents will get the chance to pick the person who could bdcome

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At the Commonwealth Games, Hull Hammer thrower Alex Smith enjoyed

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easy qualification for tomorrow's final. If he wins, he'll match his

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father Dave's gold medal. Btt there was a mixed afternoon for Lincoln's

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Georgie Twigg in the hockey. Simon Clark has been watching the action.

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He did a brilliant job. He had three opportunities to throw this and he

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only needed one to accept. Hearing aids. He delivered it 70 metres He

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could put his feet up after this and take it easy until a final tomorrow.

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On the hockey pitch, it was a bittersweet return for Georgie

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Twigg. This was England plaxing Australia. She thinks England can

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still get a medal if they beat still get a medal if they bdat

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Scotland in the next day. It comes down to the last group game. I think

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we are in a really good place. We have been playing better and better.

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I think it is positive. Lizzie Simmonds has been back in action in

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the swimming arena. She camd third in her heat today. As she explains,

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she may not take this place. I am nowhere near as fast as some

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she may not take this place. I am nowhere near as fast as somd of the

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nowhere near as fast as some of the other girls. I might just chill out

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for the rest of today and come back and do the relay heats tomorrow.

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for the rest of today and come back and do the relay heats tomorrow Up

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at Carnoustie, I run heading from Long Sutton is in fifth place. I

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thought I would leave you with some joy. Here is down coulters from

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Driffield, Scotland went on to win that game. I reckon there could be a

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wee celebration in Glasgow tonight. Thank you, Simon and good ltck

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wee celebration in Glasgow tonight. Thank you, Simon and good luck to

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Thank you, Simon and good ltck to Alex tomorrow.

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The organisers of Cleethorpes Airshow say that more

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than 250,000 people enjoyed their displays at the weekend.

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Attendance surpassed their expectations with 25% more

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Attractions included a fly past by aircraft from World War Two

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Sunshine, sand castles and some snacks have always attracted

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visitors to Cleethorpes beach. This weekend, there was something special

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in the air. Absolutely brilliant. We live here

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in Cleethorpes and I have ndver seen the beach so packed.

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Never seen so many people in Cleethorpes. It usually shuts at six

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o'clock. More than 250,000 people came

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o'clock. More than 250,000 people cale to

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More than 250,000 people came to watch.

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It has made a wonderful contribution to the local economy, I would have

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thought. The show has been fabulous, the typhoon in particular. The

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weather has been kind, and that has made it enjoyable for everyone.

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That next year's Waddington Ayrshire, Cleethorpes could become

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Lincolnshire's place to spot the editing.

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It is huge. We need a lot more support to take it forward.

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Organises are keeping plans for next year's show secret, but said display

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teams from other countries could encourage even more people to pack

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the promenade. He played with music legend David

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Bowie, and helped create sole He played with music legend David

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Bowie, and helped create some of the Bowie, and helped create sole of the

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nation's most iconic tunes. Mick Ronson came from Hull, and now one

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of his guitar solos, from Ziggy of his guitar solos, from Zhggy

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Stardust, could be voted the Stardust, could be voted thd

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greatest riff ever. Listeners to BBC Radio 2 are being asked to choose

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their favourite, as Crispin Rolfe reports.

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You hear it and you know exactly what it is, and it takes yot back.

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One of Hull's most famous sons, now his guitar riff's in thd running

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I grew up to this music so ht is from my youth, literally.

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Studio engineer Keith Herd remembers recording his early work in

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I met him in 1963. I think he was about 17 and he was quite a shy boy.

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A bit like jazz, it is a matter of getting good riffs and being

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inventive. So how good is

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Mick Ronson's Ziggy Stardust riff? The greatest of all time? I wouldn't

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say so. Pretty good, I suppose. It is up there.

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So will Mick Ronson's guitar riff in Ziggy Stardust be crowned

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Here's where the vote's being held ` online at BBC Radio 2's website.

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But there's 100 riffs to choose between, with everything from Cream

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One man who knows where his vote lies is Keith Cheeseman,

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who played with Mick in a local band, The Rats ` just as Ronson was

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When Mick was in Hull and played with me on the stage, he wasn't very

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creative, but when he went with Ali, that brought the creativity out ``

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that brought the creativity out. `` when he went with Cowie.

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But critics would say his riff and his influence remain tileless,

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Earlier, I spoke to Mick Ronson's daughter Lisa and asked her how she

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feels about her father's work still being talked about 40 years on.

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You know, he's my dad, so that's how I know him.

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What did he say to you about those heady days

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That's what people want to know about, isn't it?

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To be honest, he didn't really talk about it that much with me

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I didn't really know that he was famous until after he passed away,

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It's a bit like finding out your dad's a superhero or somethhng.

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Do you think he didn't get the recognition that he deserved?

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Do I think that he didn't gdt the recognition he deserved?

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He's getting a lot of recognition now, and it's really

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wonderful that people recognise the contribution that he made.

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What do you make of this competition on Radio 2?

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All Right Now ` Free, Derek And The Dominoes ` Layla.

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You must be an extremely proud daughter to think that this is going

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on at the moment and the level that Mick is talked about at.

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It's weird to be proud of your parents.

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I've said that before, like I'm really proud of him,

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He accomplished so much in his life and it's just awe`inspiring.

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And just briefly, would he like this adulation he's

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He was a really humble person and I'm sure he would be humbled

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by it, but I think probably deep down inside, I'm sure he would feel

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It's absolutely great to have you on the programme.

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You can hear more about Mick Ronson's music on BBC Radio 2

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Mick Ronson: The Man with the Golden Guitar is on at Ten o clock.

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

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At least eight children are believed to have been killed in Gaza

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as a hospital and a children's playground is hit.

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Unions criticise the former head of Hull's hospitals after credit card

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statements show he spent thousand of pounds on luxury hotels and meals.

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Response, nail on the news of spending on the credit card. No

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suggesting that any of this was fraudulent. Martin says, if this was

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fraudulent. Martin says, if this wasn't fuss about?

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. Says, how much of the taxpayers money is going on so, business

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trips? Money spent on an NHS credit card could pay for another nurse

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giving better care for patidnts giving better care for patients.

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What a disgrace. Join me for the late news

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I leave the ashram, travel halfway across the world to find my father,

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Oh, well. As Vashrati says, gotta keep smiling!

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We don't tend to use the bathroom together here.

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All right, well, I'll catch you later.

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This ashram of yours, it might be a cult.

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I take it back, he's definitely Cuckoo's son.

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I just feel like my whole body's been taken over by an alien.

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