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again. Something to look forward to. That is all from the BBC News at

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six. Good evening and welcome to BBC Look

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North. The headlines tonight. Health experts say new smoking rules

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could protect local children, but there is opposition to a change in

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the law. I believe banning smoking at home is

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an infringement of personal liberties.

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Hull City fans say they will welcome supporters from Belgium despite

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trouble at last week's match. Campaigners in Goole say there are

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too many people renting rooms in the town and fight to stop another

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development. The '50s movie star being remembered

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in the east coast town where she was born.

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I've detailed forecast follows shortly. `` A detailed forecast.

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Ineffective and unenforceable ` that's how one Conservative MP from

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our area has described plans to ban smoking in cars carrying children. A

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consultation on the idea closed today with experts saying it could

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improve the health of young people in Hull ` a city with one of the

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highest smoking rates in the country. In a moment I'll be

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speaking to Andrew Percy ` the MP for Brigg and Goole. But first our

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Health Correspondent Vicky Johnson has this report.

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well known but ARE children at particular risk when it comes to

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breathing in cigarette fumes, especially in a car?

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Deborah Parkinson is a senior stop`smoking specialist, working in

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Hull. Their lungs are smaller, their

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breathing rate is a lot more rapid and their immune system is much

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more, needs much more development and that means they are a lot more

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susceptible to things like respiratory disorders and also

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things like ear infections, as well. Previous public health campaigns

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have highlighted the hidden dangers. Over 80% of cigarette smoke is

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invisible. No matter how careful you are, they

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still breathe in the harmful poisons.

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The toxins in smoke, things like arsenic, formaldehyde, carbon

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monoxide, those become breathed in. In some areas of Hull, almost 50% of

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people smoke but even here most of the ones we

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spoke to say children in cars should not have to breathe in toxic fumes.

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If it is made illegal then drivers who smoke, or allow others to smoke

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when children are in their car, could face hefty fines.

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Smokers' groups insist such a ban is Andrew Percy is the Conservative MP

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for Brigg and Goole, he voted against the ban when it was debated

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by MPs earlier this year. Why did you vote against this man?

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``this ban. I asked my constituents and a narrow majority said that I

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should oppose this band. ``this ban. This is because it is unenforceable.

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Do you agree that smokers should have the right to choose and should

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not be told what to do by the government, even though they are

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subjecting their children to smoke? I think it was more about weather

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this is enforceable or not. People see people driving at excessive

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speeds and on mobile phones. Those lows are not being enforced. I

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remember when we all drove around without seat belts on and when it

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became law suddenly everybody had seat belts on. That was difficult to

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enforce but it made us change our way of life. It is easier to enforce

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seat belt. Spotting someone smoking can be very difficult and to spot

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that they have children in the car. They can often be very small

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children so to is a difficult thing to enforce. It should not take the

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government to tell people they should not be smoking in cars. Let's

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enforce what we have already. Some people do drive around with children

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in cars. These levels are comparable with her smoke`filled pub. It is a

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terrible thing and adapter thing to do but I would wonder if people who

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are doing it now, this irresponsible behaviour, will do it because a

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government says it has to be enforced.

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Lots of you have been debating this story on our Facebook page, Don't

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forget to like us on Facebook and you can have your say, too. Jackie

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says, "They banned mobile phones in cars but certain people think it

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doesn't apply to them! What makes the government think that type of

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person will take any notice of this ban!?" Robert says, "People won't

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adhere to it. Peter, "Like mobile phones in cars it won't be policed."

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Janie says, "If you smoke in the car whilst your children are with you,

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then you deserve to be fined. There is NO excuse."

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Do you agree that smoking in cars with children in them should be

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banned? Or is Andrew Percy right, is it impossible to police? Do you

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think it should be a priority for officers? Or is it a law too far?

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The headstones of those who fell during the First World War are

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A murder investigation is under way after the death of a 39`year`old man

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in Bridlington. He was found unconscious by police in Sewerby

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Road just before 4.30 this morning and died shortly after at the scene.

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Four men were arrested near Hornsea and are being questioned by police.

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Yorkshire ambulance staff have voted to go on strike again as part of a

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long running dispute over changes to shift patterns. The strike by

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members of the Unite union will to start on Friday. Managers say there

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are "robust contingency plans in place."

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Roads in part of Lincoln, which were upgraded last year, are being

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repaired after a fault was found. The County Council says it's found

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some "minor issues" on sections of Newark Road. Work will start at the

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beginning of September. It is always frustrating when things

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don't go right first time. Sometimes it happens, unfortunately.

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We need to get the material right for

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the longer term so it will last as long as possible and value for money

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for Lincolnshire County Council. Supporters of Hull City say visiting

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European fans should be given a warm welcome to East Yorkshire despite

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trouble after last week's game. The first leg against Lokeren last week

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was marred by violence from banned Belgian hooligans following the

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final whistle. Police here say they've reassessed their approach to

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tomorrow's match but it will still be low`key. The Hull City manager,

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Steve Bruce, says he wants fans from both sides to enjoy the game.

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Phillip Norton reports. Hull City and Sporting Lokeren fans

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enjoying Belgian hospitality together last week.

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These pictures sum up the overall warm, friendly

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atmosphere that surrounded the Tigers' 1`0 defeat in the first leg.

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The Lokeren people have been fantastic.

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They've welcomed us with open arms. We had a fantastic time. But the

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authorities in Belgium now admit that a police escort forced

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1200 Hull City fans past a pub full of known Lokeren troublemakers.

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Bottles and chairs were thrown at Hull supporters,

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a number were injured. The real welcome but not by an army

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of riot police. We want to get the message out that we welcome a

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friendly fans from Europe to enjoy the football match. Some supporters

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feel similar facilities would help tomorrow. We want them to share and

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enjoy our city when they come here and we had those privileges when we

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went there. They made us feel very welcome and it was a very friendly

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atmosphere and that is no doubt that they should be entitled to exactly

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the same reception here and we hope that the Belgians feel very happy

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and welcome here. a number were injured.

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It soured what had been a great occasion but fans here want the city

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to welcome their opponents and fans. A call backed by manager Steve

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Bruce. The one thing you don't want to be

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doing is having those ugly scenes we all saw on the TV.

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doing is having those ugly scenes we all saw on the TV.

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From what I'm hearing, we did nothing wrong,

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the Hull supporters, and they kept their calm very, very well.

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Let's hope there's no nonsense and any repeat of anything like that.

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Let's enjoy the match and the game and enjoy

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the occasion without any trouble. Humberside Police says it supports a

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celebratory atmosphere, but will deal with any offences committed by

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either set of fans proportionately and without discrimination.

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Phillip is at the Port of Hull. When are the majority of the supporters

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Hundreds of fans are getting on to ferries at European airports. They

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will arrive first thing in the morning. The chances of any trouble

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to model seen as a relatively low. It was a minority of Belgian fans

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that instigated this trouble but Humberside Police say they are ready

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for anything. They do not want to be seen to be over policing the event

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that say they have enough resources on hand should anything happen to

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guarantee everyone's safety. I met some of the Belgian fans in town

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today. Tomorrow night we will be at the stadium.

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The town of Goole is being turned into a ghetto by landlords who

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convert rooms in family homes into bed`sits. That's the claim from a

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leading councillor who says there needs to be a halt to similar

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developments in the future. Hundreds of people in Goole live in single

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rooms, but neighbours say they bring with them extra noise, rubbish and

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parking problems. Jill Archbold reports. In this residential street

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in Goole a number of homes are rented by the room. There are more

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than 100 in the town ` known as Houses in Multiple Occupation. On

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this street plans for one more ` and residents who describe these as

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family homes ` are lining up to object.

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CLIP. In planning documents To put nine people in the house is

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too many. CLIP. In planning documents

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In planning documents the developer says ` "it is the

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landlord's ultimate objective to be selective with the choice of tenants

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whilst providing good quality alternative essential housing for

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professional multiple occupancy tenants who are employed within the

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local community..." One local councillor says there are

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too many multi`tenancy properties. It is not good for anybody in the

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town when the town is in part being turned into a ghetto.

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too many multi`tenancy properties. Meanwhile in Lincoln the

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council may take steps to limit the number of multi`tenancy homes after

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1000 objectors signed a petition.

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Back in the East Riding, a decision is yet to be made over the plans for

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this house ` but when it comes to licensing such homes for tenancy,

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the council say they are working within legislation set by the

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Government. Government.

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Still ahead tonight: Theatre on a truck, the show on wheels that's

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touring rural Lincolnshire. And the headstones that are being

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restored. This view of the Humber Bridge was

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taken by Helen Parish. It looks like some might return next

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week. `summer might return. It will be a rainy start tomorrow but it

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will clear later. We will have a fine evening with sunshine and

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places. It will be dry through the evening and the first part of the

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night. We will see patchy rain which extends across all parts by dawn

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tomorrow morning but only a couple of millimetres. Temperatures will be

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13 or 14 degrees. High what time in Skegness will be half past eight in

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the morning. `` high water time. It will soon brighten up in the

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south`west with just the risk of a few showers in the West tomorrow

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evening. It will be a couple of degrees warmer than today with highs

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of 21 Celsius, very pleasant indeed. That is 17 degrees Fahrenheit. On

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Friday and Saturday a mixture of Sunny spells with occasional showers

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weather between those showers. It weather between those showers. It

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will be dry with sunshine on Sunday and we hope that someone will return

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as we head into Emily September across Yorkshire and East

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Lincolnshire. `` into early September.

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Work is under way to repair headstones across East Yorkshire and

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Lincolnshire which commemorate the lives of men who died in the First

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their lives in the Great War are given a proper memorial. Damaged and

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difficult to read, this headstone is one of more than

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50 at Gainsborough Cemetery with inscriptions commemorating men who

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died in the First World War. Many, like this one, are in a poor

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state of repair. state of repair.

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These out broken into pieces that stonemasons are still able repair

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them. It was in a very poor state and it was face down in position so

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we could not read the memorial and it was in 23 pieces to be a fax to

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pin it together and clean it so that we were able to read it. The project

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is helping local people rediscover their family history. This woman had

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no idea that her great uncle had died in the war. It is like finding

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a long lost brother that you did not know existed. I come from quite a

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large family and there are six of us and we are all very close so it is

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the fact that family is important. state of repair.

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The work in Gainsborough is just one of many restoration projects being

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carried out across East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire to mark

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the centenary of World War I. Memorials in North Ferriby and

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Bempton in East Yorkshire and Glentham and Wootton in Lincolnshire

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are among those under going repair. Lottery funding has provided

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?10,000 to carry out the Gainsborough restoration.

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Gainsborough does have its own war memorial, though there

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are no names inscribed on it. The only places men are commemorated

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in this their hometown is on headstones in the cemetery and

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that is why, say volunteers, this project is so important.

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Hull City manager Steve Bruce says the signing of England international

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The fee is believed to be around ?3

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million. He's the brother of former Hull City defender Andy

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Dawson. We are delighted to bring him here.

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It has been a long process but we are delighted to have them.

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Dawson. Scunthorpe United were knocked out

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of the Capital One Cup last night. The Iron lost 1`0 at home to

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Reading ` who are managed by their former boss Nigel Adkins. The draw

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for round three ` which will include Hull City ` takes place tonight.

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An arts group in Holbeach St Marks is performing a play on the back of

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a lorry. It's hoped by taking the theatre into parks and town centres

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of Lincolnshire it will get children and some adults watching plays and

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enjoying theatre for the first time. Here's our arts correspondent,

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Anne`Marie Tasker. This may look like any other lorry but take few

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steps backwards and you'll see it's been transformed

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into an open air theatre to host the very first production of

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a play called Fen Boy. This is the auditorium, a row

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Of deckchairs. You do not have too rely on the language to understand

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what is going on. I love it and it is really nice. We probably would

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not have gone to the theatre but we have enjoyed it. Around 200 people

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are watching this performance which has many more than if this had been

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performed in the theatre. I love the fight will be nothing here in 15

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minutes but it will be in the memory of the people.

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performing alongside Yul Brynner, Dirk Bogarde and Gene Kelly. And now

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Withernsea's most famous daughter is being remembered in her home town.

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Kay Kendall was one of Britain's best known actresses, at one time

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married to Sir Rex Harrison. But she died when she was just 33. Amanda

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Her career and life were cut short by leukaemia. As she remembered

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here? I have seen her films years ago but I don't know a lot about.

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Not associated with this part of the world, no. This museum is dedicated

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to keeping her memory alive. She was in over 30 films. She starred with

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EU Brenner and Stanley Holloway and I really handle. ``Yul Brynner and

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Irene Handl. Kay Kendall Soon the sister of Kay Kendall will unveil a

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plaque to her sister. In life she was the start of the show. Surely it

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is time for her extraordinary beauty and talent to be celebrated in her

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hometown. Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines. Calls for action following a damning

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report into child sex abuse in Rotherham, but the South Yorkshire

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Police and Crime Commissioner says Plans to ban people from smoking in

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cars if there are children present are described as unworkable by one

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local MP. overnight rain soon clearing,

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turning brighter through the morning with sunny spells developing,

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although a few showers are possible later. Maximum temperature 21

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Celsius (70 Farenheit). A massive response to smoking in

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cars. One woman says it is ridiculous and will not be effective

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and this man says that anyone who smokes with children inside their

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car must be of low intelligence and should be fine. If they stop a few

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then it is worthwhile even if it is hard to police. Clearly says ``Chloe

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says she does not believe it can be policed. Have a nice evening and I

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will see you at 25 past ten. You asked for it. You got it.

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SHRILL WHISTLE I promise not to

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take off all my clothes. I'm going up in the world, babes,

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and from today, one can't sack someone

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for going, "Bleuh-huh-huh-huh". I'm going to teach you

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a lesson, Churchy. Where's your shoe? It's in the car.

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I'll get it later. Big School returns for a new term.

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Oh, ha-ha-ha-ha! Old friends John Thomson

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and Simon Day are swapping comedy for Argentina

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and the gaucho life... I AM going to moisturise.

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It will be secret. ..where men are men,

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and the cows aren't laughing. You won't see gauchos sitting down

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watching...

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