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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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Reunited with the children she never thought she'd see again, after their

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A warning that young people are putting their lives at risk jumping

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I am here were the extreme activity known as tombstoning has been taking

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place on these cliffs. Move them or we'll confiscate them `

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a council takes action The first new sails

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for a century for this windmill There are some heavy thunderstorms

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out there. I will be back later with all the latest.

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A woman from East Yorkshire has been reunited with her children

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after they were kidnapped and taken 3,500 miles away from her.

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It took a team of lawyers here and abroad more than year to track

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They finally arrived back in the UK this morning.

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There are no words needed to express the emotion of a mother

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It is overwhelming that I have got them back. To think that not last

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Thursday but then one day I message my solicitor saying, I don't think I

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will ever get them back. They arrived at Manchester Airport

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this morning and for legal reasons the family can't be named but

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the effort to bring them home began in East Yorkshire, where the mother

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contacted this lawyer after her children were taken to Afghanistan

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by their father in April last year. When you are dealing with a country

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like Afghanistan, we are then looking at how on earth we can

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correspond and liaise with authorities in the country and there

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is all sorts of difficulties about whether they would uphold the orders

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that are made in the courts in this country.

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So the team contacted authorities in Afghanistan to begin the daunting

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We were in the dark completely. We did not know which area of

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Afghanistan the family might be in. So it was a really long shot finding

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them. A search for the children was

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carried out across the country, ending just last week when they

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were found by an American lawyer. They haven't had any schooling. That

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is an issue. They have basically been in hiding.

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They now speak little English, but today they boarded

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It hasn't just been as, there has been police and other authorities,

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there has been barristers, just a real team effort and it is fantastic

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and unbelievable, it really is. And the team say it was

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all worth it, for this. It has been very hard. I am just

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overwhelmed that they are back because I never thought this day

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would come. So, Sarah,

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what happens now for this family? Well, as I said in my report,

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there's very little we can say about the children,

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because they need to be protected. They've been through

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a long legal process. This is their home country, but

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a country they don't really now. At the reunion, the youngest was

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scared, didn't want to hug his He was only six weeks old

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when they separated. But really just the beginning

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of this family rebuilding Calls for Hull to have a

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Boris Johnson`style mayor to attract Lifeboat crews

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and coastguards say young people could be killed jumping into the sea

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from cliffs on the East Coast. It's called tombstoning

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and is already banned But the authorities are unable to

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stop people jumping from cliffs Last year

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a teenager suffered serious spinal injuries after jumping

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into the sea at the same spot. Phillip Norton is at Thornwick Bay

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tonight. Speaking to people here, they claim

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this activity has been going on for many years but it is becoming

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increasingly popular. In the last half hour a whole group of young

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people have arrived and they are jumping off the cliff and this

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outcrop behind me. After some fairly high`profile accidents, there are

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continuing safety concerns. A job that could kill. This is the extreme

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activity known as tombstoning. A photographer captured these pictures

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near Flamborough in the past week. We took a few photographs. At the

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corner of my eye I saw this man standing on the rock and I thought,

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he is never going to jump. The next minute, she jumped. In the last ten

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years the Coast Guard has dealt with over 200 incidents involving

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tombstoning, they have resulted in 70 injuries and 20 deaths. Even

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while we were filming yesterday our cameras captured people jumping from

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the cliffs. The RNLI said the activity should only be enjoyed by

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those who know what they are doing. The RNLI's message would be that it

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is dangerous and if you are going to do it, there are things you could do

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to make yourself safe. You should check what is in the water. You

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should never do it if you are under the influence of alcohol or drugs or

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peer pressure. You should remember the safety of others, there might be

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youngsters watching you who makes try and copy your activity which

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could be dangerous. You must check you can get back out of the water

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once you are in there. Last year a 19`year`old man suffered spinal

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injuries jumping here, he jumped 80 bit and landed in shallow water and

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hit the bottom. Those who live and work around here say it is people

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from out of the area who are most at risk. John has run the cafe here

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with his wife for 45 years. The people who do it, most of them are

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locals. They know what they are doing. It is not the locals that get

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into any trouble, because no harm, they are wearing wet suits and have

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done it for generations. A lot of the parents have shown them where

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and when and they understand what they are doing. With school and

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university summer breaks in full flow, the fear is that more thrill

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seekers could become casualties on this part of the coast.

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If young people want to jump off a cliff into the sea is there anything

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the council or the coastguard can actually do about it?

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A bit further down the coast in Bridlington, the council has brought

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in by laws to stop people jumping off the promenade and to help

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officers and borstals rules. The rest of the coastline is very

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difficult to police, it would be difficult to enforce those rules and

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in any case be king to people here today, they say it is so popular

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that even if there were new signs are new rules in place, people would

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still come down here to take part in this controversial activity.

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Do you think more needs to be done to stop people taking part

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Or should young people be left to their own devices regardless

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The former chief executive of a chain

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of Lincolnshire academies has been charged in connection with fraud.

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Police started investigating The Priory Federation two years ago.

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63`year`old Richard Gilliland has been charged

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A former finance director, Stephen Roger Davies, has also been charged.

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An East Yorkshire farmer whose cattle have been trapped

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by floodwater says he's managed to catch some of the animals today.

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Stuart Saunt's herd was cut off by rising water yesterday afternoon

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Around 60 cows still need to be caught.

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A hospice in Hull has had one of its vans stolen.

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Managers say three men got into the Dove House Hospice

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distribution centre on Malmo Road in the early hours of this morning.

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The vans were used to collect and distribute donations.

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We will let you know what happens on that one.

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Hull should have a Boris Johnson`style mayor

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in order to attract more big companies to the area.

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That's according to the research organisation

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Policy Exchange, which claims that cities with directly`elected mayors

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They say it could reverse the so`called

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More from our Political Editor Tim Iredale.

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He's the man who runs London and is arguably the nation's most

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But would voters in Hull welcome the chance to elect

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a Boris Johnson`style figure to run their city?

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I think so. Someone like Boris Johnson, he would have a laugh with

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the public and get involved. Boris Johnson has been good for London and

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we need someone similar for the city. . Hull need a mere? No. It is

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not big enough. Some English cities

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including Liverpool and Bristol But other cities such as Leeds and

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Sheffield have rejected the idea. And remember we are talking about

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a directly`elected figure here, not the ceremonial type of mayor we see

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all blinged`up in robes and chains. Figures revealed that more than half

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of graduates in Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire leave the area

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to find work. That is more than any other region. Researchers at one

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think tank claimed that having an elected Mayor in some of our cities

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would attract more high`tech companies which would in turn create

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jobs. I want the people of Hull to be able to make that decision for

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themselves. We think elected Mayors would provide an easily visible

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direct line of political accountability and good work with

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them to get things done to remove the obstacles that are getting in

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the way of business. Some would say there's

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a cautionary tale here. Back in 2002 voters in Hartlepool

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elected a man dressed a monkey, the town's football mascot,

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to become their mayor. Sometimes the battle to become

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king of the political jungle Earlier I spoke to Neil Foster from

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the Trades Union Congress, who have campaigned against elected Mayors,

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and asked him why he was opposed. We believe there is too much power

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devoted to one individual, they are expensive

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and they are not actually the answer But that one person has been elected

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by people, it is no different from someone like yourself being elected

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to run the TUC, no different at all. We have councillors who are elected

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and they still exist so there is potential for a logjam

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between a mayor and local councils but there is little evidence it

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would make a difference. It was tried in Hartlepool

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for 10 years and Hartlepool had high unemployment

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when they had an elected mayor But it was treated as a bit

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of a joke there. George Osborne says business will

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benefit from mayors, that has got to be good

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for places like Hull, hasn't it? There is no evidence to suggest why

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business would benefit and when it has been tried in other areas there

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has been no real difference made. It has been a tremendous success

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in London, everyone knows who the Mayor of London is even

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if they do not live there. The trouble is there has been too

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much investment in London Well before there was even

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an elected mayor. And it has 10 times

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as much transport investment as in the North of England, we can

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change that now if the government changes its policy without having to

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go through having an elected mayor. What people want is,

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the boss of Siemens wants to be able to know he can pick up the phone

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and ring Hull and speak to the Mayor of Hull and get straight through,

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that has got to be positive. You can pick up a phone to

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the council leader, he used to be able to pick up the phone to

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the regional development agency But there are many people who can

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pick up the phone to the boss of Siemens and I think we have got

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to be really serious about the severity of the challenges facing

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some of the northern economies. The idea that having an elected

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mayor is the answer is not the case. This has come from Policy Exchange,

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they say action is needed to stop You are happy for clever

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highfliers to leave the North? The Policy Exchange a few years ago

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said the North was beyond revival. What we need to be doing is

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obviously improving investment in skills, boasting good quality jobs

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and investing more in transport. They are

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the things that don't depend on a mayor but the government has no

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interest in doing it at the moment. Do you think we could benefit from

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an elected Mayor? Thank you for watching.

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Celebrations for many teenagers getting their A`level results today.

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I got some very good results and I am off to the University of

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Sheffield to do law. I am going to the University of Oxford. I am going

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to the University of Oxford to do modern languages.

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Humber Bridge, Barton Upon Humber, taken by Sam Witherwick.

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Thank you very much for sending that picture in. The night before last

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when I introduced you, this is what they called you on the subtitles.

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They got your name wrong. You didn't even know what the word was. I think

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it is something to do with the way that I speak. You need to speak more

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slowly. I have been called a few things in my time. I will speak

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slowly and clearly. Thank you. As we head through the rest of the evening

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we are expecting heavy showers. We have a weather warning in place.

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Most of the showers are not producing thunder and lightning but

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there is still heavy downpours in place and there is the risk of

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thunder in the short`term. Tomorrow there could be a few showers later

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on in the day but for most of us it will remain largely dry, Saturday is

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not too bad and further showers through the day on Sunday. It is

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windy and cool next week, not very promising. Here is the satellite

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picture from her letter, you can see the clouds, they have spread down

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from the Northwest and will affect us for the next couple of hours,

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some very heavy downpours in places. They will tend to ease through the

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night, still the odd warning that generally a lot or places will lose

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the showers and the showers will lose their in 20. Temperatures down

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to 12 or 13 degrees. 13 is 55 Fahrenheit. The sun will rise in the

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morning at 5:39am and setting later, water in Skegness will be at three

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minutes past ten tomorrow morning. The odd late shower at first but

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generally as we head to the morning and for most of the afternoon it

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looks like there will be dry conditions with broken cloud and

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sunny spells. In the afternoon the crop of showers could push eastwards

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and they could be heavy in nature but I don't think it will be equal

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to the conditions we got is a moment. Temperatures tomorrow

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reaching 18 or 19 degrees, 1966 Fahrenheit. The breeze will be

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gentle from the Northwest. `` 19 is 66 Fahrenheit. Sunday does not

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look, Saturday does not look bad, it is quite breezy next week.

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Thank you very much indeed. You did not have a clue what that word was.

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Is it rude? No. It is a Scottish dance. Owe, I see.

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As thousands of students from across East Yorkshire

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and Lincolnshire get their A Level results, careers advisors say young

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people have never had so much choice about what to do next.

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They say university isn't the only option.

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And while application numbers for university in Hull are up this

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year, there's also more demand for apprenticeships or teenagers

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After years of hard work and an anxious wait it was all worth

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it today for these students at John Leggott College in Scunthorpe.

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I've got four A stars, I'm going to Oxford to study medicine.

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I woke up at four because I could not sleep but once I

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The college is celebrating a 98.5% pass rate,

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for some there was triumph and relief, others disappointment.

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I put my all in, really tried hard and it has not paid off.

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But careers advisers here say whatever your grades students

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They really do have the world at their feet, they can study

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They can get apprenticeships, employment,

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jobs where they can do their degrees while they are at work.

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We currently work with over 150 companies, we are covering

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And in Hull too students came early to pick up their brown envelopes.

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This trio at Wyke College getting top results.

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I'm off to the University of Sheffield and international law.

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I got two A stars and four As and I'm going to the University of

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I got four A stars and an A and I am going to Oxford to do

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For thousands of students this is seen as

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A gateway to university or the world of work.

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So BBC Look North has been to meet last year's school leavers to see

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how their results affected their career choices.

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For many, university is still the preferred route.

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Lydia's a year into a medicine degree.

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If I didn't do my A`levels I wouldn't have been able to get

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But I know friends who didn't do A`levels, worked and now have gone

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So it is not necessarily the only option.

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For Matthew it was a choice to do an apprenticeship at Siemens

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I was quite lucky in that I already had the place

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here, I already had it guaranteed and I was able to then progress

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And colleges say learning is more employment focused.

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Universities want students to fill the places, employers want good,

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industrious, keen individuals so the opportunities are fantastic.

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So these teenagers are now looking to the future with range

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I have had many e`mails from people about their results. I cannot go

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through all of them but I hope you got the results that you wanted and

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well done. Some businesses in Lincoln could

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have their advertising boards confiscated and even face legal

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action if they refuse to remove Lincolnshire County Council is

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giving traders a week to remove On many streets in

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Lincoln city centre, a`boards But last week more than 30 shops,

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mainly in Guildhall Street, received letters telling them

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the boards would have to go. Many businesses,

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like this cafe and craft shop, For a business such as ours

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who have events regularly, we need to put that information outside, we

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also have a variety of cakes such as gluten`free and vegan, it is

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important for people passing to know what is available here

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and obviously in the other places. Shop owner Trevor Gibbs

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says the ultimatum is There is no room for negotiation,

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just sit down and chat about it, it is very black and white,

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this is how it is going to be and it almost feels

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like they are all wearing jackboots But Lincolnshire County Council

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considers the a`boards to be We do have the right to be able

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to go and removes those a`boards. Clearly that causes issues and

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animosity, we try not to do that. But ultimately, if we believe those

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boards are an obstruction and are a danger to pedestrians,

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we have the right to remove them or There are questions as to

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whether the council's policy is Here on this street,

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none of the traders I have spoken to said they have been told to take

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their a`boards down. Shoppers in Lincoln can see

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both sides of the argument. I think it is a very bad idea to

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remove them, When I park my motorcycle

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on the pavement I am often told that you must not do that because blind

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people stumble into it. And so I am in favour

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of the a`boards being abolished. They should go because I think they

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cause obstructions to the public. A`boards and street clutter are

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a big problem for people who are As you can imagine, walking along

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your High Street having to avoid advertising boards and static bins,

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street furniture, is very difficult. Despite the council ultimatum,

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the boards are still there. Shop owners say they've yet to

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decide what action to take. Jake Zuckerman, BBC Look North,

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Lincoln. Are you bothered about the signs on

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the streets? Do you agree with the council that they are a danger to

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people walking past? Do you care one way or the other? Get in touch and

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tell us. Thanks to everyone who got

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in touch about rural banks closing. Michelle in Hull says,

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It's all well and good telling people to use their post office but

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they charge for some transactions. Thank you very much indeed for all

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of those. Hull City forward Shane Long has

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completed his multi`million pound move to

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Southampton, paving the way for Manchester United's Danny Welbeck,

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who played for England at the World Cup in Brazil,

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is one of the players linked with Hull KR will be hoping to keep alive

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their Super League play`off hopes And BBC Radio Humberside will have

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full commentary of Hull KR The match kicks off

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at eight o'clock. A landmark windmill in Lincolnshire

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that's thought to be the last of its kind in Europe has been

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getting new sails today. The Heckington Windmill, near

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Sleaford, is unusual because it will Manoeuvring the next sale into

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position. The team here in Heckington have been working since

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early morning, with each sail having half an hour to install. Everyone is

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impressed by it. It is nice to see it. The old sails were removed from

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the Windmill in June but today they were put into position before fixing

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them into place. They are part of the only mill of its kind in the

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country and it is over 100 years old. The Windmill was built in 1830.

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It's eight sails were installed then. This is the first time the

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Windmill has received a whole set of new sails in a century. It is iconic

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to have this in the village and I hope it brings a lot of tourists. By

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tonight, all eight sails should be installed on the Windmill and the

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team are hoping that by next weekend it will be able to start milling

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again for the first time in five years. Pecking tin is an incredibly

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important site. `` Heckington. It makes an enormous difference to have

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this mill working again. It is part of a 1.5 million refurbishment

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project for the sake and after one day here, the Miller rates have now

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installed all eight of the sails. If you have a story you think we should

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know about, think of us and send us an e`mail. A re`cap of the main

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headlines from the BBC. Sutcliff rest `` Sir Cliff Richard 's home is

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investigated by police investigating sexual assault. And entered a 18

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month legal fate, her children are returned to East Yorkshire after

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their father took them admit to Afghanistan. Tomorrow's weather,

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sunshine and showers but later than today, most of the showers will be

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later than today, top temperatures in the afternoon getting up to 19

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Celsius. We were talking about jumping off of cliffs into water. Of

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the promenade, they call it tombstoning. George said, no matter

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the risk, teenagers will still jump into the water because they don't

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think anything bad will happen. Someone else said, if people are

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silly enough to jump off the cliffs, they deserve everything they get.

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Such a dangerous activity. Matthew said, if these people are stupid

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enough to jump off the cliff, it is their problem. Don't spend taxpayer

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money to try and solve the problem. If they get hurt, they should be

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charged for the rescue and the hospital bill. Michael said, it is a

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nanny state, let kids play and take risks. Mrs Holland said teenagers

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were tombstoning from the prom a Billington at the weekend even

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though it is banned. They have not got any brains! Thank you for that.

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Have a nice evening. See you at 10:25pm later on. Goodbye.

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