29/07/2014 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


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you. That is all from me. Now on BBC One we join the

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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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A court defeat for the campaigners who've blocked access to an oil

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Legal action's taken to remove travellers from a park in

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The Lincolnshire shooter who has won a silver medal at the

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A Ballet dancer from Hull returns to the London stage after joinhng

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What began as a protest on a country lane in East Yorkshire has dnded in

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defeat at the High Court in London today.

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Environmental campaigners who have been blocking the entrance to an oil

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and gas exploration site ne`r Walkington have been told to remove

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this tower. The legal action was taken by the firm, Rathlin Dnergy,

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and the farmer who owns the land, but tonight the protestors have told

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This shows the difficulty of small people on big companies. Despite

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repeated assurances from thd repeated assurances from the

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operator, Rathlin Energy, that they are not fracking and do not attend

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to do so, the protesters ard not to do so, the protesters are not

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backing down. It is this terror that will have to

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come down. Last week, Rathlhn Energy, said it would renew its

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licence on this site. The company said there will be nothing to

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prevent protesters from poor testing legally if they can find somewhere

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legally if they can find solewhere to do it legally, not on public

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roads are on our land or the to do it legally, not on public

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roads are on our land or thd farmers roads are on our land or the farmers

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land. Despite losing at court today, the campaign as I spoke to

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said their protest is far from over. Our reporter is at the site in east

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Yorkshire at the moment. Wh`t Our reporter is at the site in east

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Yorkshire at the moment. What is Our reporter is at the site in east

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Yorkshire at the moment. What is the reaction? This is one of many tents

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pitched on this grass verge which is land owned by the council. The

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decision today does not affect land owned by the council. The

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decision today does not affdct their ability to stay here but if I show

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you the tower of the camp, this has been built in size over the last

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three months that the protesters have been here and this is the

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structure a judge has ruled must come down. I did not realisd

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structure a judge has ruled must come down. I did not realise what

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come down. I did not realisd what was going on here till I got a

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leaflet through the door saying leaflet through the door saxing

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there was a camp here. They are courageous people who are going to

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great lengths to stop this hndustry great lengths to stop this industry

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and I think they need the stpport and I think they need the support

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locals can give them. The m`in and I think they need the stpport

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locals can give them. The main issue locals can give them. The main issue

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was the farmer getting down this road. The two videos of lorries

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coming in and out of their with crops and things like that. There

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was no obstructions to the way of the farmer. There was no obstruction

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to his lawful business. We have won this, we have won this, we have one.

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It is not going to happen. Some of the protesters have admitted

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surprise at the decision because the landlord has still had access to his

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land, in their opinion. But it isn't clear what the structure is being

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used for has become a block`de to try to stop Rathlin Energy from

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accessing the site. It has been built into a symbol of defi`nce and

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built into a symbol of defiance and it now has to come down. But what is

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clear is that the feeling alongst clear is that the feeling alongst

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the people remains strong, regardless of the tower. In a

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moment, the candidate who is standing for the Conservative Party

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but was not chosen by the p`rty Police have charged a man with

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the murder of a guest house owner 53`year`old John Heald

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from Rotherham has also been charged Vicky Johnson is live

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in the newsroom. landlady from Bridlington. Police

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said she was was found dead with a stab wound to her chest at the

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Morayland Guest House ` which she ran ` on Marshall Avenue in

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Bridlington, on Friday the 18th of July. Last Friday, the 25th of July,

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South Yorkshire police said they had arrested 53`year`old John Hdald in

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Rotherham on suspicion of murder. This afternoon a statement was

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issued by Adrienne Gower, Sdnior District Crown Prosecutor, for the

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CPS in Yorkshire. It reads: "The Crown Prosecution Service has been

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working closely with Humberside Police in connection with this case.

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Having carefully considered all of the evidence presented to us, we

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have concluded that there is sufficient evidence to charge John

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Heald with ten offences of rape in South Yorkshire on 13th July, 2014

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and the murder of Bei Carter in Bridlington on 18th July, 2014. The

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Crown Prosecution Service said John Heald would appear at Beverley

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Magistrates Court tomorrow. was found in a caravan parked

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outside in Lincolnshire. Sh`un Scholes, 51, was discovered in Drove

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Road, in Freiston, near Boston, on Sunday. His death is being treated

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as unexplained. There were long tailbacks

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in Scunthorpe, Rowland Road was closed

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for several hours. A motorbike rider was

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seriously injured. A Scunthorpe poultry plant, which

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was accused of hygiene failings by a national newspaper, has been

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given a clean bill of health following

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a food audit which was ordered by the Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt.

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The Two Sisters Food Group was described as good by the

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Food Standards Agency. The company always denied the claims

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made by The Guardian. Lincolnshire County Council has

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awarded a ?35`million contract to run its property services to two

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companies ` Mouchel and Vinshee. The council says

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the deal will save ?2 million. It's been three weeks

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since a group of travellers moved onto playing fields in

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East Yorkshire and residents say they are increasingly frustrated

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that they haven't been moved on The group has been camping

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at the King George V playing fields in Kirkella

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and people living nearby sax noise East Riding of Yorkshire Cotncil,

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which owns the land, says it has taken legal action

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but this process takes time. Attorneys, almost 20 caravans have

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been pity about travellers `nd been pity about travellers `nd

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people here are not happy sdeing the glitter and Horsemarket and

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anti`social behaviour is keeping anti`social behaviour is kedping

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people away. People are asking what people away. People are asking what

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we are doing and we are lawful. It has made unpleasant. That is horse

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mess all over this field. If I do this with my dog I will get into

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trouble. Why do they not? People trouble. Why do they not? People

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have the right people to cole on have the right people to cole on

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here and not be interrupted. I would like them to be moved because all

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they do is leave a mess behind bars they do is leave a mess behhnd bars

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If the travellers do not go, the council can apply for a possession

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order from the courts. I have what around the whole site here `nd

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around the whole site here and spoken to a few travellers. None of

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them wanted to appear on camera spoken to a few travellers. None of

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them wanted to appear on calera but them wanted to appear on camera but

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said they would move on in the next few days. One woman I spoke to said

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that they would use traveller sites that they would use travelldr sites

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run by the council but they are often fool and they are unable to

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get in. Another council was forced to take out an injunction to protect

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car parks and Skegness seafront to stop travellers from staying.

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I'm joined now by Helen Jones from the Gypsy and Traveller Exchange, a

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members association for Gypsies and Travellers who live in or rdsort

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Helen there are three permenant designated traveller sites hn the

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East Riding so why are they still camping on playing fields lhke in

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the piece there? The residents we spoke to in

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The site said you were parking for you shouldn't be. Leeds Citx

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The site said you were parkhng for you shouldn't be. Leeds City Council

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you shouldn't be. Leeds Citx Council is ?70,000 every week now. But why

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did travellers think it is OK to pitch up in places like playing

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fields? Let us not assume they think it is OK when it is the onlx

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fields? Let us not assume they think it is OK when it is the only choice

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after more suitable places which we have spent much money blockhng.

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after more suitable places which we have spent much money blocking. Why

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have spent much money blockhng. Why does this happen in the summer?

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have spent much money blocking. Why does this happen in the sumler? Is

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does this happen in the summer? Is this the travellers themselves going

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on holiday? This is a cultural tradition which has been going on

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for years and being a nomad is not a crime in this country. We h`ve

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signed up to a European directive crime in this country. We have

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signed up to a European dirdctive in signed up to a European dirdctive in

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this country which facilitates being a nomad and I cannot see th`t they

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a nomad and I cannot see that they have facilitated this here. We have

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traveller sites you and yet this still happens. As the authorities

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many sites that are? No, I think the many sites that are? No, I think the

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need for sites is absolutely many sites that are? No, I think the

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In the East Riding there is a need In the East Riding there is a need

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for 63 further permanent pitches. What about the locals who s`y there

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is waste and letter and they feel is waste and letter and thex feel

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intimidated when walking their dogs? intimidated when walking their dogs?

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I think negotiation is the best way to deal with these matters `nd this

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has been done very successfully in has been done very successfully in

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local authorities around thd country local authorities around thd country

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and if it can be down another local authorities around the country

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and if it can be down anothdr lady and if it can be down anothdr lady

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is I really do not see why East is I really do not see why East

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Riding is only resorting to courts to deal with this, not to anybody's

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satisfaction. Let us know what you think about this. Perhaps you are

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near the particular site we're talking about in the riding area.

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Still ahead tonight: Success for a Lincolnshire shooter as he picks up

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a silver medal at The Commonwealth Games. In the footsteps of Nureyev `

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the Hull dancer signed up bx a top Russian company.

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A bit of a debate about what is wrong with Spalding. We will have

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more unsettled weather coming upon us. Early August looks like a very

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different start to the month than the weather we have had in July. It

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is a nondescript picture here. There is a weather front which we talked

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about last night. It has brought more clothe this afternoon `nd one

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to light showers. The weather pushes to light showers. The weather pushes

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Southeast across Lincolnshire where temperatures have reached around 25

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degrees. It is already brightening across East Yorkshire with dry and

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clear spells. Temperatures will be 13 Celsius, 55 degrees Fahrenheit.

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The sun rises at 12 minutes past five. The next high water at how

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will they just before high water in Skegness.

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Top afternoon temperatures will be around 21 or 22 degrees. Thtrsday

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around 21 or 22 degrees. Thursday will be a dry and bright st`rt

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around 21 or 22 degrees. Thtrsday will be a dry and bright start with

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a few showers breaking out but more settled weather will get going on

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Friday, and next weekend looks unsettled with sunshine and local

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downpours. She says she has lived in five counties and moved to Spalding

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last year. She says this is the best regional news programme she has

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seen, and I think by that information she has seen thdm all.

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People living in the Louth and Horncastle Constituency have

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chosen the Conservative candidate to replace Sir Peter Tapsell,

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Victoria Atkins, a barrister from London,

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was selected from four contdnders at a meeting attended by around 200

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This report contains flash photography.

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Congratulating the new Conservative candidate.

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Constituents here have picked Victoria Atkins to replace

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Sir Peter Tapsell at the next general election.

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Although I am not local at the moment, my family and I will move

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here and I want to immerse lyself in here and I want to immerse lyself in

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the local community. I think she is a very able person. I won't vote for

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her but she seemed a very decent her but she seemed a very ddcent

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person and it is good to sed democracy in action. Supporters

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believe that a selected candidate will be more likely to appe`l

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believe that a selected candidate will be more likely to appeal to

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voters. It has been a tough election process over the last eight weeks

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and I am very glad that I h`ve been and I am very glad that I h`ve been

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chosen to fight the election. Last week,

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the Chancellor was in Hull `s chemicals company RB announced it's

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investing ?100 million in the city. While Labour has also sent

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senior figures to the area. Mary Creagh visited

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earlier this month. Back in Spilsby,

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Victoria Atkins is also getting used to life in the spotlight,

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as she starts her campaign to retain Do you think it's a good idea

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for political parties to involve the general public

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when they choose their candhdate? Would you take part

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if this happened where you live We need to concentrate on ilproving

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the infrastructure. I think flooding must be a big issue here because

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some poor people of other houses flooded on quite a regular basis.

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Conservative candidate. If you want Conservative candidate. If you want

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to be in touch on this, herd's the to be in touch on this, here's the

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text number. Unions yesterday criticised the

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former chief executive of Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals

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Trust for spending tens of thousands of pounds on an NHS credit card

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Phil Morley used the card to pay for stays in exclusive hotels, bills and

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a trip to Florida. There is no suggestion that these

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were made fraudulently. You really cannot justify that.

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Thanks for all your responsds on this.

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Jo in Hessle says " While it may not be fraudtlent

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Jenny says "I feel that there should be rules to be adhered to,

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None of the spending can be morally justified."

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to make sure all expenditurd is value for money.

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" And Kiara in Sewerby says "They shouldn't have separate NHS trusts.

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Schools and hospitals should be run as public services, not seen

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It was a huge day for Lincolnshire's Aaron Heading

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He won a silver medal in the men's trap shooting

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The 27`year`old from Long Sutton was the rehgning

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Commonwealth champion after taking Gold in Delhi four years ago.

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And Lincoln's Lizzie Simmonds was back in action today.

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She led off the England teal in the four by one hundred medley

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They went on to finish second behind Australia.

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Despite her successful swim she doesn't expect to be in the team for

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tonight's final ` a higher`ranked swimmer is likely to take hdr place.

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Also tonight, Hull athlete Alex Smith has

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a great chance of winning a medal in the final of the men's Hammer.

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He qualified comfortably after throwing further than the

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70`metre qualifying mark with his first attempt in yesterday's heats.

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He's ranked second behind England team mate Nick Miller going

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And of course, we'll have the results

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from those finals here on BBC Look North ` that's at 10.25 tonight.

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Hull City have confirmed two more new signings ahead of the new

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season. Central defender Harry Maguire has joined from Sheffield

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United for ?2.5 million, whhle Scottish international Andy

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Robertson has arrived from Dundee United for just under ?3 million.

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A retired GP practice manager from Lincolnshire is one of 12

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contestants competing on thhs year?s Great British Bake`Off. 60`year`old

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Nancy lives in Barton and grows her own vegetables, and rears hdr own

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It's one of the most famous roles in ballet, being performed

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at one of the most famous theatres. Tonight Xander Parish, a dancer from

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Hull, will be taking to the stage at the Royal Opera

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House in Covent Garden to perform Romeo in Romeo and Juliet.

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As Simon Spark reports, his journey to the London stage

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only aspire to it here as the principal role in Romeo and Juliet,

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dancing for the world famous Russian company is a boy from Hull `nd his

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name is Xander Parish. It is a fantastic experience. It is a

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privilege. To return now and come back and dance a major piece, it is

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a dream. It is really exciting. His

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journey started here, aged dight years old. I remember this and he

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was a little boy running into class with his sister. In his

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black shorts and a T`shirt. Looking very out of control. Rather like

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Bambi on ice. Then, eventually, he started to understand the tdchnique

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and I realised he had these beautiful legs and feet which are

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essential to a classical dancer. He has become an inspiration. Because

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he came from our dance school and he went to the same school I go to It

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makes you think you can reach what he has done. From

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Hull he joined the Royal Ballet and then he was spotted and Russian

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ballet company invited him to Russia. It is very important but

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talented artist. He had an `mazing way with technique

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and he saw something in me that he seemed to think he

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could work with. There were days when I thought I would never

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quite get there but when you do get there, it makes you value it a lot

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more and take care of it. He will perform as Romeo at the Roy`l Opera

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Let's get a recap of the national and regional headlines. 100

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Palestinians are killed following 60 Israeli air strikes on Gaza.

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Anti`fracking campaigners rdmain defiant despite a court defeat about

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access to an oil and gas exploratory site.

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Tomorrow's weather: Dry, brhght and breezy with variable amounts of

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cloud and spells of sunshind. Maximum temperature 22 Centigrade.

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A big response to the issue of travellers. Susan says the

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travellers have used a common land for far longer than councils have

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owned it. Everybody has a right to owned it. Everybody has a rhght to

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their heritage. Lee says that owned it. Everybody has a right to

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their heritage. Lee says that some travellers have been moved on in

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Bridlington that then anothdr lot turn up and the MSA and noisy.

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Russell says travellers shotld pay council tax like the rest of us

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while Spence says travellers do not do themselves any favours bdcause of

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do themselves any favours because of the mess they leave behind. They are

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after sympathy for the public the mess they leave behind. They are

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after sympathy for the publhc `` from the public which they do not

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deserve. I leave the ashram, travel halfway

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across the world to find my father, Oh, well. As Vashrati says,

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gotta keep smiling! We don't tend to use the bathroom

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together here. All right, well,

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I'll catch you later. This ashram of yours,

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it might be a cult. I take it back,

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he's definitely Cuckoo's son. MUSIC: "Changing"

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by Sigma feat. Paloma Faith

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