22/08/2014 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North. The headlines tonight:

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Arrests are made as trouble breaks out following Hull City's game in

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Belgium. Claims the police were heavy`handed.

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A police officer just let his dog attack me. It took me across the

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road. A bad night on the pitch too ` this

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goal means the Tigers European A School apologises for withholding

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exam results because their parents owed money for iPad is. More

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convicted criminals are to be tagged by Humberside Police. Thousands

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arrive for the biggest motor bike event of the year. They are making

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the final preparations for this year's Championships. And I'll have

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the full forecast. Hull City's European clash

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in Belgium has been overshadowed by arrests,

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spilled blood and smashed windows. Three City fans were arrested during

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clashes before and after the game. The club says that the reports

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of violence are 'concerning'. Hull fans are angry that police

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force them to walk past a known meeting point.

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Our reporter Phillip Norton is in Belgium,

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The sound of breaking glass and frantic calls to move on. As Hull

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City fans pelted with bottles after last night's European tie. This

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footage was said by one fine and claims the police were heavy`handed.

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A number of supporters were injured. I got these two barns and then a

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police officer let his dog off the lead and it attacked me. It actually

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took me across the road. We got showered in class when it smashed.

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That's when we realised we need to hold back a bit. Unfortunately there

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were a lot of women and children involved as well, which was a

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difficult situation, really. The only route in and out is this

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street. The Hull City fans were being funnelled up the street and it

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is here where there was violence. Fans inside this pub started

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throwing bottles and chairs as they passed outside. Today, blood and

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shattered glass of the tell`tale signs of what happened. Through an

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interpreter, she told me it escalated after a team Mac fund

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smashed a window `` Hull City Fanon. `` fan. There was no problem before

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the game started. It was the police who started the provocation. The

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deputy may or confirmed to the meeting point for those banned from

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the stadium. They could also be present. If the club was opened or

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closed, I don't think it would have made a difference. I think lessons

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will be learned. There will be an evaluation with the police, city and

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football club. Police say several fans were arrested and they will be

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reviewing evidence to punish those responsible for the trouble.

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Hull City did not want to comment but said it was concerned about the

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violent clashes. We'll have all the action from

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the game later in the programme. Also coming up, we rubbish is being

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sent to power plants instead of dumps.

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A judge has said a Lincolnshire man who has been found guilty

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of raping four women was someone who would not take no for an answer.

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Benjamin Gibbon, seen here on the right wearing

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a white shirt, committed the offences between 2002 and 2008.

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Today, a jury at Grimsby Crown Court found him guilty of four counts

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of rape and not guilty of a further five counts.

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The 30`year`old has been jailed for eight and a half years.

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Police have arrested a 17`year`old girl after claims that bleach was

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thrown in a Hull teenager's face outside a house party.

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Another 17`year`old girl was taken to Hull Royal Infirmary following

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Private guards have been hired to prevent travelling families

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and their caravans from taking over car parks in Skegness this weekend.

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Visitors in cars have been unable to use this

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Doncaster's Robin Hood Airport has come joint top in a survey

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of customer satisfaction for UK airports.

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Smaller airports did better in the research by Which?

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because flyers say they are 'less hassle'.

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A school says it 'deeply regrets' withholding some pupils' GCSE

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results, because they hadn't returned or fully paid for iPads.

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The Thomas Ferens Academy in North Hull is one of a number

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of schools that provides electronic equipment to pupils,

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Our correspondent Anne`Marie Tasker is outside the school this evening.

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What happened when these pupils turned up to get their results?

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Earlier this morning, I spoke to a pupil who said that she was one of

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20 pupils who turned up here at Thomas Ferens Academy yesterday

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morning and told she couldn't have her GCSE results unless she paid for

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her iPad. The school hands out iPads for academic reasons. Parents pay

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?12 per month and at the end of school, the pupil has 2p the or hand

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it back. The governing board says that they have two reveal results.

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The principal would not speak to us. The chair of governors said, we

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deeply regret the apparent breakdown. Clearly, students should

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have been informed of their results. I've been ensured that this has no

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current. But it does raise the question, should the pupils have

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been punished for the inability of their parents?

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I spoke to a former teacher who taught in some of Hull's toughest

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schools. I asked for a reaction to the school was right. I doubt the

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legality of that. I think it is part of the contract that they have to be

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given their results. The money ought to be coming back but to be telling

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the pupils on the day of their results that they aren't going to

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get them because money hasn't been paid is too late. I think it is very

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hard on them on the day. I would probably go as far as saying it is

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wrong. What about parents, because if there is money to be paid,

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parents have to take more responsibility, do they not? I do

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think so, yes, and I think children should have a role in that too. It

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should have been said at the end of exams, that you won't get your

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results if you are behind with your money. What about schools offering

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iPads. What is your view on that? I can see it as necessary. There are a

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lot of computers in schools that children have access to most of the

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time. So there shouldn't be a deal at all for iPads? I would say not. I

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see no need for it. The children won't iPads, `` want. I think they

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should get a job and pay for it. There are things schools are to do

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with their money like shortages of textbooks. The youngsters would much

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rather have an iPad. That's not the point, the point is about education.

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It would be far more used to have a good textbook than iPad. Most of

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them have smartphones and can access most of the stuff on there anyway.

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Do you think youngsters use the iPads for the right reasons?

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Obviously sometimes, but let's face it, if you have an iPad, you're

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going to do other things on it than school research. Well you are!

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Maybe you are a parent or pupil in this particular story.

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Was the school right to withhold children's exam results if they

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Or was it unfair to punish the students?

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Should the schools be renting out iPads?

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or text 81333 at your standard message rate for each message.

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More criminals should be forced to wear electronic tags

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That's according to Humberside's Police and

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He is increasing spending on new satellite technology.

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At present the scheme is voluntary, but some would

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like to see more criminals tagged to prevent them re`offending.

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Here's our political editor Tim Iredale.

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Figures reveal that half of prisoners released from jail going

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commit further offences. I'm a commercial burglar. I used to do

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where houses and shops. Darren, as he wants to be called, turned to

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crime to fund has drug habit. He was fitted with an elephant tag to

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monitor his whereabouts. I was limited to what I could do after

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some o'clock PM. It stopped me committing crime. `` seven o'clock

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PM. Officers can now use site map style GPS technology to check the

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location of an individual at any given time. I think wearing a tag is

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not unreasonable for them to expect. When they commit their offence, I

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believe they are giving up a number of their civil liberties. I think

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the ability for a community to supervise them when they are

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released on licence is not unreasonable. The scheme in the

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Humberside area is currently on a voluntary basis, but it has been

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effective, we are told. It has been effective, we are told. A convicted

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sex offender was found to have breached has conditions by visiting

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a local park. He was arrested and sent back to prison to serve the

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rest of his sentence. These were the views of some parents. Any sort of

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deterrent to keep them away from parks, I'm all for it. I think they

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should be forced to wear them and I think if they go near a park, they

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should get analytic shock. `` Electric. Some argue it should not

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be used as an alternative to prison for those who commit serious

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crimes. Thousands arrive in Lincolnshire for

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one of the biggest bike races of the year.

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Tomorrow, it is going to be an all right start but we are going to see

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showers developing. Sunday looked to be the best day of the bank

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holiday. That looks mostly dry and bright. It could turn cloudy, wet

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and breezy through Monday. Today, we have had a fair few shower workloads

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this `` shower workloads but it will become mostly dry tonight. In towns

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and cities, it will drop down to eight or nine Celsius. And more

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rural spots and will be colder than that. `` in. It's going to be chilly

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start tomorrow but there will be good spells of sunshine. We will see

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more anyway of cloud bubbling up and then showers coming through later on

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as we head through tomorrow afternoon. Some of these could be

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sharp and could give us the odd rumble of thunder. There will be

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some spells of sunshine but it probably won't feel that warm, with

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temperatures hovering between 15 and 16 Celsius. It is quite a cool air.

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Sunday doesn't look bad. It will be mostly dry and bright but chilly

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overnight into Sunday. A cold start, dry and break through the day, then

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Clyde will increase. `` bright. Rubbish from homes in Hull and

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East Yorkshire, which can't be recycled, is to be

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sent to a power plants to be turned Until now,

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waste has been going into landfill sites, and waste from some parts

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of the country is even being burned Here's our environment

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correspondent Paul Murphy. Here's the problem. As a nation, he

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sent nearly 500 million tonnes of rubbish to landfill site every year,

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when it is buried in the ground. Blue wheelie bin are becoming more

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frequent as awareness improves. We are getting better and better at

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recycling but there will always be residual waste and local authorities

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face the challenge of disposing of this cost effectively without

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harming the environment. The Government effectively finds

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councils every time they send waste to landfills. Local authorities have

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been looking for alternatives. It cost the council ?82 60 for every

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tonne that goes into a landfill. The alternative arrangement with these

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contracts save a significant adult money for the council but at the

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same time also have real environmental benefits. From next

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April, Hull and East Yorkshire councils will send the rubbish to

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waste power stations. But the UK has been slow to adopt this process

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compared to other European countries. Here on hold docs, there

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is a thriving export business where they send rubbish to Scandinavian

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incinerators `` Hull docks. It helps our exports and is useful for ships

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that would otherwise be empty. And it is good for the environment

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because it is not going into landfills here. Local councils say

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the money saved can be ploughed back into other services.

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I spoke to Martin Deane from the Hull and East Riding Green Party.

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I asked him what's not to like about saving council's money and reducing

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It sounds like a good plan. I'm sure a lot of people will welcome it. But

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from the Green party point of view, it's always about the juice, reuse,

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recycle. But sending it abroad saves the council money and produces

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energy. The nicest thing about it is that this new technology seems to be

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a lot less toxic than previous ones. This is the reason why the Green

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party fight incinerators across the country because when you export it,

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our point of view would have to be, how do we make the most of whatever

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we call waste instead of getting rid of it. But you would much rather it

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was sent abroad and said and landfills? Do you agree? Landfill is

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costly for councils and so, if they have a cheaper alternative, they

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would use it. So you would welcome these plants in this country, to Ban

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all of our waste? `` burn. Where do we have the steps that say, how can

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we reuse this to the best of our ability? If there's 500 million

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tonnes going into a landfill, it means 500 million tonnes of rubbish.

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It has to go somewhere. There is a policy called zero waste which

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hasn't hit this country yet. It recycles almost everything. Which is

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better, burning waste or putting it in a landfill? It's a lose, lose,

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not a win, win. If we recycle, we can win. Which do you think is

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better? We'll have some thoughts on Monday night. We read every single

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message. Thanks to everyone who's been

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in touch about the community in Lincolnshire calling

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on the Government to intervene over plans for two large power stations

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in their village. People

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in Sutton Bridge claim their local council isn't being helpful enough

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and so have held a referendum to Michael from Hull tweeted to say, 'a

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17.7% turnout in Sutton Bridge poll? Hardly a mandate for Government

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action. Appears most people are not

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worried by the plans'. A collection of silverware from Ten

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Downing Street has gone on display Crafted by some

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of the finest silversmiths in the country, it was originally

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used for full state banquets. It'll be on display at Belton House

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for a month. If you look at the quality of the

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work, you can see that it is superb. The design in some instances look

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simple, but when you look closely, you realise that there is a nuance

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that turns it into something magnet can `` magnificent.

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Returning to Hull City in Europe, and it was a disappointing night

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They lost their Europe League tie 1`0 against

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Lokeren after a mistake from goalkeeper Allan McGregor gifted

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Hull have it all to do in the second leg at the KC Stadium

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next week if they are to make the group stage in their first

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An error by goalkeeper Allan McGregor gifted their Belgian

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opponents their winner just before the hour mark.

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Steve Bruce's side did come from behind to beat Slovakia's Trencin

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in the previous round, and he's confident they can do it again.

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We know that we're capable of it. I've seen enough in the last 15 20

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minutes. We were exceptionally comfortable. It will be a different

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game in a week's time. In front of our supporters, we'll be a lot

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different. The Tigers boss had made nine

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changes to the side that started in the 1`0 win at

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Queens Park Rangers on the opening He'll be hoping that not changing

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his goalkeeper, And there's coverage of Hull City

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next game in the Premier League this They play their first home game

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of the season against Stoke City Tomorrow the station has Scunthorpe

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United's game at Yeovil on FM. On digital and the BBC Sport

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website, it will be Grimsby against Dover

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Athletic in the Conference Premier. Meanwhile on BBC Radio Lincolnshire,

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the match between Lincoln City and Braintree will be broadcast

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on all frequencies. The Lincoln City manager

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Gary Simpson has taken He had a bucket of cold water poured

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over him in aid of He challenged his chairman

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Bob Dorrian to take part next. 40,000 people are expected

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in Lincolnshire to see some of Many are camping out at Cadwell Park

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near Louth. Before the racing can start at

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Cadwell Park, there is hard work. I've had a lot of success around

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Cadwell Park. If you're lucky enough to get on the podium, it is

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fantastic to see all those people cheering for you. Also flying the

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flag for Lincolnshire is Lee Jackson. I love coming to Cadwell

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Park. It such a party atmosphere. The whole home crowd situation gets

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you going, you feel a buzz. There are no bikes on the track today,

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just these lorries emptying themselves of tyres and mortars. ``

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more tours `` motors. The campsite is already filling up. It's so

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amazing win Adolf H H other on the corners. When we see that hillside

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on my right, you can hear the reaction when there is a great

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overtake. You don't get that at any other motor racing circuits.

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Qualifying is on Sunday and the racing on bank holiday Monday.

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

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The debate continues about how to tackle Islamic state militants in

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Iraq and Syria. The Government says there will be no talks with the

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Syrian regime. Arrests are made

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after trouble breaks out following A mostly dry and bright start with

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sunny spells, showers later on. We had that conversation about GCSE

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results and high pads. John says the parents should pay up. This one

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says, I'm a 15`year`old girl. It is not a necessity, the school has to

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think more about exam regulation. It is diabolical. Julie says, I think

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it is wrong because the kids are excited about getting results only

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to be singled out. And Joe says, what a ridiculous idea, giving out I

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pads. Kids can use school computers and of course they're going to them

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for other things rather than schoolwork.

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We're back with a summary at 8:00pm and a bulletin at 10:25pm.

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