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for Monday. And Scotland will be driest and brightest. Thank you. Now

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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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The village that wants the government to decide if yet another

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We're not against industry, we just don't want of the three stations

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here. The first GCSE results since Ofsted

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criticised some East Yorkshire History is made in the skies

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above Lincolnshire. Fans gather in Belgium

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for the latest leg of I am here where the first step has

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been taken towards a permanent memorial to the men Bomber Command.

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Fans gather in Belgium for the latest leg of

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It has been a dreary day today, the promise of brighter skies tomorrow.

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I will be back later with the details.

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A community in Lincolnshire is calling on the Government to

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intervene over plans to build two large power stations near to

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Villagers in Sutton Bridge claim their local council isn't being

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helpful enough and so last night held a referendum to

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But, as our Environment Correspondent,

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Paul Murphy, reports, there's no guarantee they'll be listened to.

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Savouring a victory, despite a late night organising the poll,

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campaigners were back at work this morning. They believe the result

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will send a clear message to the government that nothing less than a

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public inquiry is now needed into the proposed power stations for

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Sutton Bridge. We have already sent over 200 odd

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letters to the Secretary of State asking for the public inquiry, so

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the poll has now to add more weight to it. I don't see how they can

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actually refuse it now. This is an unusual event.

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On a 17% turnout, 600 people voted for the Secretary of State to

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intervene in the power station proposals.

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Seven against. One of the proposed plants is a ?300 million biomass

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power station near the village. It will needed to bring in thousands of

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tonnes of wood pellets by road and will be sited near to an existing

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facility. The other proposed plant facility. The other proposed plant

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is a gas`fired power station and it would mean this small Lincolnshire

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village would have three power stations on its doorstep, prompting

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fears about traffic, emissions and noise.

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In a statement, energy park Sutton Bridge, behind the wood`burning

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power station, said it would be subject to the very strictest

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controls from the Environment Agency and a comprehensive and positive

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independent assessment has already been undertaken by professional

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experts. The gas powered station EDF said if the station was to go ahead

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it would involve a peak of around 1005 had people during construction

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and a further 1200 indirect roles. It would involve the use of local

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companies and Labour were ever practicable.

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Campaigners believe the District Council does not have the necessary

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technical understanding to make the decision about these plans. They do

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not know where the fuel stop is coming from.

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They do not know what roads are going to be used. They know really

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nothing about the incinerator. The District Council has said it

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will not meant on a life planning matter. The government has told us

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it cannot intervene, but local people believe the results of last

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night's referendum cannot be ignored.

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I spoke to Vicky Ellis from Energy Live News and asked her why

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decisions on power stations are left to local politicians.

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Often they are left to local politicians because the powers that

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be think it may be easier for them to smooth the way with local

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communities they don't want it to seem like it is being rammed down

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the throats of the people who will end up with it in their back garden.

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I do think there has to be more strategy and talking to people

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directly so they feel involved... Who should make this decision? They

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feel it is too big for local councillors to rule on.

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Really, this might even be something the energy secretary might have two

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have a look at, or certainly the Department of energy have to have a

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strategy for renewable energy. If it is something we needed to power the

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country and that area, maybe they have two have a think about getting

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involved. How do you sell a power station to any rule or community?

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No one will choose to have won on their doorstep. Don't the energy

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companies have to do more and offer an incentive?

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Yes, often the offer incentives. `` often they do. In Cornwall, they

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offer a cheaper energy tariffs for people nearby the Della Baldwin

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farm. That is an option to get more buy in

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from the local community. Is it hard for local Conservative MPs to speak

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up when rule areas on this issue crash marked `` in rural areas?

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I don't think they have a public speaking up at all.

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Good to talk with you tonight, thank you.

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We would be keen to get your views on this one if you are in Sutton

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Bridge or elsewhere. Do you agree with the villagers that decisions

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like this should be made at a national level? Do you think that

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incentives would change your mind? What should they be? Do you trust

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local politicians to make the right decision?

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We look forward to hearing from you. Later on tonight's programme, how

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the residents of East Marsh in Grimsby reacted on being ranked the

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worst place to live in the country. Just because you do not own a house

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it does not mean it is a bad place to live.

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Honestly, I think it has gone down in the past few years. I have lived

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here all my life, if I thought it was that bad I would go elsewhere.

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Pupils across our area have been finding out their GCSE results.

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It's the first set of results since the Government reformed

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In Hull, the number of students receiving five grades of

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A* to C including Maths and English is 44% ` down from 49% last year `

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In the East Riding 60% of pupils got the grades.

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It was also 60% in Lincolnshire, and 57% in North and

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None of these authorities saw a significant change.

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Tolu Adeoye went to see how students did at a school in East Yorkshire.

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Nervous faces, trembling hands. Time to sneak a peek at the grades

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achieved after 11 years of full`time compulsory education.

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At Beverley high school, typical scene is reflected in schools across

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the area. There was joy... I got a lot of Bs and I am really

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happy. There was a relief... She was convinced she had failed

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quite a few, I am really proud of. There was some frustration...

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I just got degrades, worse than inspected.

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This morning has been about individuals, a chance to celebrate

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success or comfort to those who have not done as well as expected. The

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focus for staff now will turn to the school performance as a whole.

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Last year, Beverley high school was one of 15 in East Riding inspected

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after falling standards. Teachers believe today's results

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show progress. We are confident Ofsted will come

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back and judge us to be good. I am proud of the girls, they have worked

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ever so hard and they have been bombarded with changes from external

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sources and have coped really well with the demands. This years GCSE

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results are in the first following tinges to the exam system.

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Fewer pupils are sitting exams early because only the first result will

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count. All exams are taken at the end of two years instead of in

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modules and there have been changes in the assessment of certain

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subjects. In English, speaking and listening

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tests no longer count. I am not disappointed, I knew there

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would be a difference. We felt results would be depressed because

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of the system of marking that would be brought into place. But I do

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trust that head teachers and principals and teachers generally

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know their children, nor what is best for them and are in coding them

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to do what suits them. But not all schools have seen a

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negative impact. This school says results have gone

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up. There is talk about the volatility in the system at the

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moment. It is the first time we have had

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this new style examination, which makes it even more pleasing we have

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been able to increase our results. At least I have got my Cs to get

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into college. Pupils must now choose between sixth form, college,

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training or an apprenticeship. Whatever they choose, today's

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results are a significant step towards building their future.

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There've been no more reported cases of legionnaires disease in Grimsby

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Four people have been treated for the disease.

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The source of the infection hasn't been

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identified and doctors surgeries have been on alert for other cases.

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All those with the disease are responding to the treatment.

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There has been criticism of a report claiming the East Marsh

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area of Grimsby is the worst place to live in the country.

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The Daily Telegraph newspaper ranked it bottom in a list based on things

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And, though some say it deserves to be there, others think it doesn't

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take paint an accurate picture of life on East Marsh.

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According to the Daily Telegraph, this is the worst place to live in

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Britain, but standing in the garden of this block of flats you would not

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think it. Cathy has lived here in East Marsh for almost 40 years and

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says she can think of worst places to be.

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There are good places and bad places, good people and bad people

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in it. We all joining together year`round support each other.

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Where would you get that? Not in a big time because you would not know

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so many people. This is lovely. The report is based on five factors

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including health, income and whether people own their own houses. Some

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question whether that is an accurate way of deciding whether this is a

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good place to live. Some of the statistics used are up to eight

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years old. East Marsh Councillor Steve Beasant

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says there are other things they do not take into account. They do not

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say whether residents get on well together.

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They have a great deal of pride in their local community. In the

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future, East Marsh will be a very prosperous place because of course

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we have the renewable energy sector growing rapidly. There will be a

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great deal of jobs and employment in the area.

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Some streets have had a make over. Tortured drive now looks like this.

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There are new community facilities like the open door centre, too.

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Inside there were mixed views on whether this was the worst place to

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live. I would not choose to live there. I have no choice, really.

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This place and many other places like it are helping people in the

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area and that is a good thing and baby things will start to improve.

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I have lived here all my life, so if I thought it was that bad I would go

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elsewhere. There is no escaping the fact East

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Marsh has high on climate and a lower than average life expectancy,

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but people here see those numbers do not reflect their community spirit.

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The East Marsh area of Grimsby, voted the worst place in the country

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by the Daily Telegraph. If you live there or in Grimsby you

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may have a view on this, we would be keen to have your thoughts.

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Although we cannot read all of your messages out, we do read them here.

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Thanks to everyone who got in touch about signs being put up in Lincoln

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George in Hull says, "Students should have more consideration

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They can stay in bed until lunch time,

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These are signs, by the way, are quite small and high up on the post.

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I am sure that starts a whole new debate! Thank you very much indeed

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for all of those, we will have to wait and see if that works and is a

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success after freshers week. Eyes on the sky ` how

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the A15 was brought to a standstill And the football club paying fans to

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come through its turnstiles. Tonight's photograph was taken by

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John Bevan. That is a nice view, I think that is the first thing that

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area has been on the programme. Let me draw your attention to the

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saddest picture and e`mail of the year or of the last five years.

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This is of Mark's home and that is his fridge, and look what he has got

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pinned on his fridge door. It would be interested `` I would be

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interested to know what his wife thinks about that.

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What about that wall you have with all of the pictures of me?

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Yes, thank you! Paul will be returning during the

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week, he might give you less hassle. He will not know what to do with me.

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Tomorrow we have a brighter skies and a few showers, fairly hit and

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miss particularly in hand. On Saturday, a few showers in the east,

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otherwise dry and bright. Sunday is the same, a very chilly

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start. This area of low pressure will be bringing wet and windy

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conditions through Monday. We can see all the cloud earlier that

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spread down from the North. Still producing showers in places and will

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continue to do so though we should also see clear spells developing in

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the North, as well. Showers will tend to die out towards the end of

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the night as temperatures fall back to around tell `` ten or 11 in towns

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and cities. Not quite as low as last night because of the cloud cover.

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Sun will rise in the morning at 5:52am.

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Tomorrow there will be the odd shower now and again particularly

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later in the day but overall a good deal of dry weather and an

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improvement on today. Plenty of bright or sunny spells. It will feel

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cool, particularly out of the sunshine, but generally a warmer

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feel compared with today. Showers likely later in the day and the odd

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sharp one. It will feel pleasant in the sunshine but temperatures really

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disappointing for the time of year, 17 or 18 Celsius. Saturday and

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Sunday, very cold start, Matthew showers on Sunday, and settled for

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Monday. I am expecting a rush of pictures

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from people's fridge doors, but we are shutting up shop, I am sorry.

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Wright, see you tomorrow. It was a once`in`a`lifetime moment

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for thousands of aviation enthusiasts and veterans who

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witnessed this historic flypast over The Vulcan in the centre was flanked

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by the last two flying Lancasters. The planes had come together to mark

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a symbolic moment in the development of a new memorial

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centre to Bomber Command. Our reporter, Jake Zuckerman,

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is on the site just outside Lincoln How important was this fly`past?

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This was a very significant day for the team behind Lincolnshire Bomber

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Command memorial because it marks the beginning of the process of

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turning the dream of a memorial into a solid reality.

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As you can see from the view behind me it will be pretty spectacular, a

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Spire 102 feet tall will stand on this site where it could be seen for

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miles around, a fitting tribute to the men who gave their lives and

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died with Bomber Command. Two Lancasters and a Vulcan. A

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unique combination, one day that aviation enthusiasts will remember

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for years to come. As crowds gathered at RAF Waddington

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this morning, it quickly became clear that this once in a lifetime

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event was attracting far more spectators than had been expected.

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For many of those onlookers it had been an early start,

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but all agreed it was worthwhile. We travelled all the way down from

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Rochdale to see this. We set off at 5am this morning. Fairly tired, but

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it was well worth it. I finished work at 6am this morning,

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had two hours in bed and straight here. It is a once`in`a`lifetime

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opportunity to see this happen. It will not happen again in my

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lifetime, that is for sure. but all agreed it was worthwhile.

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Police warned drivers to avoid the A15 as all designated car parks

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filled up. As two distinctive shapes

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appeared in the sky, the road became an impromptu viewing area.

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At a site in nearby Canwick, veterans, fundraisers and serving

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airmen gathered to cut the first turf at what is to become the

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international Bomber Command Centre. A spire 102 feet tall

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representing the wingspan of a Lancaster Bomber will be surrounded

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by panels commemorating all those who died serving with Bomber Command

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during the Second World War. Nobody until quite recently had

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recognised the suffering and the contribution which was made by all

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of those guys who got up in an aeroplane.

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The last two flying Lancasters joined forces with the only flying

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Vulcan to over`fly the ceremony. It was an emotional moment

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for the veterans present, who included Jonny Johnson,

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the last surviving british veteran of the famous Dambusters raid.

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I think it is terrific. It is one of the best dedications, I think, to

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the 55,500 crew, air crew, that we lost during the war.

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Irrespective of the losses we were suffering, the boys still went up.

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When I saw those two Lancasters, over I shall remember it.

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It was a sight that's never likely to be repeated,

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a day like no other for the thousands who stopped to watch and a

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fitting tribute to those who served and died with bomber command.

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Of course, the reason this site was chosen for the memorial was because

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of the towers of Lincoln Cathedral that you can see behind me. Those

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were used as a navigational aid by crews finding their way back to base

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during the war. When they saw them they knew they were nearly home and

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pretty soon this site will be a memorial to those incredibly brave

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men. Again, thank you for all of the

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pictures that were sent during the afternoon on a very important day.

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In less than an hour, Hull city will be playing in the latest European

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adventure which is a trip to Belgium.

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The manager, Steve Bruce, says the demands of competing in the Europa

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League will not distract them from the Premier League.

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Our reporter is there and this report contains some flash

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photography. They have travelled by air, rail and

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sea, an Army continuing march around Europe. Fans have been gathering in

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the town's main square today. It is what you think about when you

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are a little kid. Now we are here. The journey took us about an hour on

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the plane, we are all happy. We have been done your about an

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hour, brilliant so far, soaking it up.

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Everyone is having a good luck. Come on, the Tigers.

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Then there were those who went the extra mile.

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This man left on Monday on his bicycle. I cycled to Peterborough,

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Tuesday I cycled to Kent, Wednesday I came over there with the

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opportunity to see Hull city away in Europe was good and I am on to try

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and take it. He has not got a lot of money, that

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is why he has done it. I take my hat off to him.

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All 1200 way tickets were sold out for this match.

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But there could be many more Hull city fans here just to soak up the

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atmosphere. The team a are playing is no

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stranger to European football, but the Belgian Premier League side has

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never bitten an English team. For Hull city the journey began

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yesterday. The Tigers are without star signing Robert Snodgrass with

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suspected ligament damage ruling him out for much of the season. Steve

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Bruce says tonight's game will not be easy.

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We got a good result over the weekend and we will be better again

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physically wise, because we will need to be. They are a good side. As

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Tigers fans arrived at the ground tonight they know a good win could

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put them on course for more overseas ties with some of your's elite

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footballing sides. `` some of Europe's.

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You can hear full match commentary on BBC Radio Humberside, the

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kick`off is at 7:30pm tonight. You will often hear football fans

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complaining about the cost of going to what their team. 's `` Hull's

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newest non`league club is actually paying fans to turn up to watch

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them. Former North Ferriby player

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and team manager Jamie Waltham paid ?2 to anyone who came to watch

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his team, Hull United AFC, Usually at the gates of a football

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ground, you have to pay to get in. But the non`league Hull United will

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pay you ?2 to support their side. I figure a lot of them were expecting

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it but some of them were surprised they were getting paid and some of

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those who knew they would refused to take it.

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Everyone has turned out, obviously for the free ?2, most keen for that.

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These are the two Michael Jamies. All former footballers who came up

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with the idea. They have rebranded as struggling

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Humber Premier League team. If this is something people want, we

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don't have a problem, the more people come, it is not rocket

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science, then rebuild a fan base and take it from there. Hull deserves a

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top nominated club. `` non`league club.

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In terms of the grassroots, people want a different option.

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At half`time, family members run the cafe and your ?2 goes along way.

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I go to Hull city all the time so it is nice to get the opportunity to

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come and see what it is like here. I think I will come again. This was

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Jamie's vision, even if it came at a cost.

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Supporters packing the standards and cheering on his footballers who play

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for free. We were visiting relatives in the

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area. We come from the West Midlands but we saw the initiative in the

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newspaper and thought we would come along.

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They've got some clean players, they can get the passing round and it is

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really, really good. I am inspired. It extra supporters boost the

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morale? A four ` one victory means two wins

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in two for a team with their sights on promotion whatever the cost.

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Singer Michael win`win situation, great story, ?2 and you get to meet

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Jill, as well. It's thought a puppy in Lincolnshire

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is so tiny it could qualify to be This is Tyson,

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who lives near Spilsby. He's a cross between a Chihuahua

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and a Lhasa Apso and is just five inches long

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and four and a half inches tall. That's less than the smallest

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dog currently on record. He's only nine weeks old but it's

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thought he won't grow much bigger. He just did not grow. He just

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stopped growing, really. If you see his brothers comedy is about a

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quarter of the size. He was actually born with cleft

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palate, which meant he could not latch onto mum.

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We came in one day and he had been pushed out of the litter. He was on

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the floor, called, practically lifeless. We picked him up and I did

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CPR on him, got him going again, took him to the vet and said, just

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persevered and see what you can do. I don't think he expected he would

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survive very long. He has thrived. Finally, let us have recapture the

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

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and regional headlines... New details emerge

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about the death of an American journalist in Syria ` he was held

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captive by three British jihadis. A community in Lincolnshire calls

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on the Government to intervene over plans to build two large power

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stations in their village. Sunny spells and isolated showers, a

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gentle north`westerly breeze, top temperatures up to 16 Celsius.

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We have responses on the subject of the power station in Sutton Bridge

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we were talking about at the start of the programme.

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Jonathan says, give residents in a ten mile radius of the power station

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half`price on the energy bills. That will be a pittance to the

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energy companies and see how many objections there are.

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Another reviewer says I have lived there all my life, why do we need

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more power station when the existing one is not working at full power?

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Another viewer says, we will still end up fighting for it not to

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happen. It will literally be in my back

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yard. Thank you for watching, have a nice

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evening. We're back at 10:25pm,

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