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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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Government inspectors say Htmberside and Lincolnshire Police are failing

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The result will be that these claims will be de`criminalised. Thdre are

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never going to stamp out anti`social behaviour if they don't do something

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about it. It's helped hundreds

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of people lose weight. So why is Fit Fans losing

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its funding? I don't have any aches and pains, I

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don't take tablets. It's only done me good.

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Panic on the flight from Ibhza as smoke fills the cabin.

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We got on the should and thd captain told us to quickly get off the

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plane. And their name is also on the

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list ` a new Dad's Army fill could Plus a detailed forecast for the

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weekend. A report by Her Majesty's

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Inspectorate of Constabularx has found a number of failings

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in how Humberside and Lincolnshire Both were found to have

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a policy not to attend all reports of crime and hadn't consultdd

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the public about this policx. Simon Spark has been looking

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at the findings. What exactly did this

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report consider? The aim of the report was to inspect

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how well forces were responding to crime and anti`social behavhour and

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focusing on core police functions. But it's time for Humbersidd in

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Lincolnshire Police that certain crimes like theft from motor

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vehicles but only had no officers being sent out but little

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investigation at all. It is my view that those forces who have `dopted

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this do nothing approach to these crimes, the result will be that they

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will be decriminalised if nothing is happening other than recordhng.

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Neither force have a policy to inspect every crime. Officers are

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dispatched after a serious of considerations. But the report said

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that the public had not been consulted. I think the publhc should

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have been consulted because there has been a lot of deterioration in

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the police. My ex`wife is played with boy racers in the car parts of

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the police don't want to know. There are never going to stamp it out if

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they don't do anything about it The police will come and see evdry crime

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reported. We do take all crhmes seriously but on occasion they

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actually don't want us to attend, they just want to bring us `nd

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reporters for insurance purposes or something. We also run a di`ry

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system which means we can attend and speak to people at a time that is

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convenient for them. It's not as cut and dried as we don't attend every

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incident. Neither For the prevention of crime,

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neither force had an overarching crime prevention

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strategy but in Lincolnshird's case it was said, that didn't inhibit

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their effectiveness. Where Humberside Police was singled

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out, was where they were un`ble to provide numbers of suspects who

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failed to answer police bail. They were unable to speak to us

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today but in a statement sahd, their commitment to give the best service

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possible is universal in Hulberside and they are currently making

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changes to further ensure this with The HMIC noted that

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Humberside Police had embarked upon a significant change progralme and

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were looking forward to re`dxamining joining me as Paul Davidson who ran

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to be the Police and Crime Commissioner. You surprised that not

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certain crimes? I'm not enthrely surprised. It only confirms what

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everyone has known for a long time, that we haven't investigated some

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crimes or 15 or 20 years now. This has come very late for many victims

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who might be watching tonight. When you campaigned to be crime

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Commissioner, you said everx crime would be looked at. Is that

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possible? It is possible and if I had been successful, the mahn part

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of my campaign would have bden to investigate every crime. I did it

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easily as, under the East Rhding, and I think it is nonsense but to

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provide a high`quality servhce to the public. They should invdstigate

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every crime. I did for thred years, it is easy. You saying they are

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making excuses? Absolutely. I'll give you an example. 75,000 crimes

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are recorded each year. 20,000 or so are not investigated. If th`t is one

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criminal power crime, you'rd letting off 20,000 criminals. I don't know

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why he would not want to catch them. The police tell you what thdy're

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going to do. They don't ask you whether you want investigathon or

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not. At the moment, there are many criminals walking the streets. That

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is a strong criticism from ` former senior officer. I was one of very

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few in the whole country who investigated every crime and I did

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it because the sole purpose of the police is to serve the publhc. I had

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my car broken into. Is that really what the police should be

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investigating? One, it's to reassure the person. It is not a main crane

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to you. We need to reassure you We want to hear from you

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on this story, do you think the police should investigate and send

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an officer to every reported crime? Let us know with

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the contact details on scredn. 160,000 people are expected

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in Lincolnshire for the I'm like that Burghley lookhng at

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the impact on the local economy `` live at.

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People who've lost weight in a programme that's had stccess

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around the country are crithcising Hull City Council

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FitFans started in Hull fivd years ago, in partnership with

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the city's professional Football and Rugby clubs and was so

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71`year`old Barry putting into practice some of the exercises

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I don't have any aches and pains, I don't take tablets. It's only done

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me good. Whether or not I'll do it in my own time, I don't know. I

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couldn't tell you. Only timd will tell.

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He'll soon find out because at the end of this month cl`sses

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like these will end because funding's being withdrawn.

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FitFans says it's now helped 16 0 people get into shape, which is

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The scheme's been rolled out to other places in the UK

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including Edinburgh, Burnlex, Wigan, Leicester and Ipswich.

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For five years, FitFans offdred free classes promoting health eating and

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But In a statement, Hull City Council says:

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Some people might say you could go to a gem. But it is expensive. We

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are pensioners. Those behind the project ard

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determined to bid again for funding We're hoping to keep some exercise

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sessions running for the people who have been on the programme

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previously. Until next April, just to keep our good name and good work

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going. There will be a small cost, not`for`profit but just to keep

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things ticking over. Barry and Marion both say FhtFans

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has kept them, and many othdrs, They claim that with the city's

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rising obesity levels it wotld simply be a false economy for the

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council to stop the classes now A family's plea for the rettrn of

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a stolen watch that belonged to a soldier from Grimsby who was killed

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in Afghanistan has led to one local Sergeant Matthew Telford who was

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murdered by a rogue Afghan policeman back in 2009 gave his watch to his

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dad before he left for Afgh`nistan. But it was taken during

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a burglary on the family's home It's not just a watch. We are so

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much more attached to it th`n the monetary value. We would appeal and

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say, could you please have ` conscience and let us have ht back.

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A father from Hull who is trapped in Iraq has been told it will still

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be another three weeks before he is released.

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Kristian Nicholson had his passport confiscated eight

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months ago after his involvdment in a fatal car crash.

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His MP Diana Johnson says she hopes pressure from the Prime Minhster

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Safety work on the A63 in Htll should be completed tonight.

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The work's being done to improve public safety before this wdekend's

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Freedom Festival which is expected to attract thousands of vishtors.

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It's hoped by giving pedestrians longer to cross, and replachng

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permanent safety barriers whth removable ones, the road won't need

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Iman was terrified after a flight from IDs are filled the cabhn with

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smoke. This mobile phone footage shows the

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footage after a Jet2 plane was evacuated at East Midlands @irport

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last night. Passengers say ht landed on the second attempt and that smoke

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filled the cabin. There was a smell of burning that was horrendous. Then

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we were trapped in the fuse Elijah. It was coming from the back of the

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plane `` trapped in the fushlage. Mothers are panicking. We all wanted

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out. 26 firefighters helped passengers evacuate. Jet2 s`y at a

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safe arrival, it had to be dvacuated as a precaution only manage ``

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precautionary measure. Passdngers shouldn't be worried about tsing it.

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Passengers always go through maintenance. The aircraft or older

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which means the more issues, but it is only a minor problem, not

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life`threatening. Airport staff were on hand to help the passengdrs. It

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is currently being investig`ted Bridlington could become thd

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fictional town of Walmington`on`Sea If they do come to Bridlington, they

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intend to film and the tea. It's quite exciting.

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Colin Edwards took this of Beverley Minster.

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Susan says she can't understand why you took another day off. She knows

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you have only just came back because she was on the same flight `s you!

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She went back to work on thd same day but hasn't had a day off since.

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Some of us work 12 hours! For the next 24 hours, cloudy spells and all

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the areas will be dry. Therd is a change on Friday night. This cold

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front will bring patchy rain, so Saturday morning looks damp. The

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afternoon is better with Sunday said to be the best day of the wdek with

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sunshine. There has been sole pleasant spells of sunshine across

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eastern part again. We had some threat along the sea. If yot've got

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clear skies, they will fill in with low cloud and mist. At least it is

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going to be my old, most temperatures coming in at around 13

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Celsius. `` mild. A grey st`rt in many areas. That cloud will come and

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go, but skies will brighten and there will be sunny breaks through

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the course of the day. We'rd the sun pops out, it should feel pldasantly

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warm. Here is you look at the highest afternoon temperatures. ``

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you look. `` a look. Saturd`y afternoon is an improvement with

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Sunday and much of Monday brighter with some sunshine and a sm`ll

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chance of a he also had his own chauffetr

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waiting at the airport! As Scotland are due to go to

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the polls exactly two weeks today to vote on independence, thdre are

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claims that the issue is le`ding to calls for greater regional power to

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the North of England. Campaigners in favour

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of a new regional Government say people in the North are missing out

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and that power has become too I think people are starting to think

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seriously about regional government. We've seen the success of ddvolution

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to Scotland, Wales. London has its own regional Government that we

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often forget about, so it is the other regions that are misshng out.

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England remains very centralised on London. It isn't working and I think

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people are waking up to that. I'm joined now by Lord Prescott who

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has campaigned for more powdrs to be Would it be a yes or no for you for

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Scotland? I want us to stay together. 30 years ago, I wrote a

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report on regional policy and air pollution. It was to match the

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devilish and for Scotland and bring power to northern regions. H think

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that's going to come now. Would you like to see the North have hts own

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setup? Absolutely. I proposdd it. In Scotland, the first referendum was

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lost, same for Wales. If yot ask them now, if they want more

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accountability, they'll say yes That was only 2004, you're not

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saying it would be very different if we tried again? It was a short time

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between successful referendtms between Scotland and Wales. If

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you're going to give more powers whether you're in or out to

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Scotland, you can't do that without giving too northern regions similar

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powers. There are more people and the North Scotland! `` in the North

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than Scotland. Lord Erskine was on my team who was campaigning in

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Yorkshire and ducked out. I'm glad he has changed his mind. I had to

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fight in the north`east bec`use he and the group decided it did not

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want the vote in Yorkshire. We pay M people are Mac to make thesd

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decisions. `` MPs. They certainly want to get the resources that

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Scotland get in the North. Ht's going to cost a lot more money.

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People said that in 2004. They thought it was just like local

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authority. If Scotland are going to get more power and a greater share

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of resources than we do in Dnglish regions, and if Wales is gohng to

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get more, do the English regions just go for an English Parlhament?

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What type of decision would you like made for the North of England?

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You've just been talking about the police. There are 44 police

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authorities. That should be one authority and the police `` in the

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region. Same for health. Give the powers to the regions and you won't

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have the differences. You'll be giving them accountability.

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This is another story you might have a view on as well.

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Do you think there should bd more power for our part of the country?

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Organisers say the Burghley Horse Trials, which starts

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today, will see ?16 million being spent in the local economy.

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Some of the top names in the equestrian world are

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at the four`day event near Stamford in Lincolnshire, which attr`cts

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Our rural affairs correspondent Paul Murphy has this report.

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For local hoteliers Burghlex is something of an economic fe`st.

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In fact it's thought every room within a 20`mile radius of Stamford

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The people don't often come here, there are literally coming for the

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Horse Trials. They get to sde the area and really love it, so they

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come back any couple of months the kids. `` in a couple of months.

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This has always been a well`heeled corner of Lincolnshire.

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But the continuing growth of one the world's best`known equestrian

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Sports tourism is great for the local economy and even further

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afield. Here, we employ a lot of local people and contractors. It is

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huge for the area. It's also been a good day in the

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saddle for Lincolnshire's Ghna Ruck. I got into fourth place at ly first

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ever Burghley. It was amazing! Sporting achievements aside,

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it's said 160 gallons of Pilm's will This is so much more than

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an equestrian event. Believe it or not, there ard people

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here today who might never see a horse. Their Burghley is a festival

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of shopping. Burghley's retail village is

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another economic success story. The shops to attract us back every

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year. We know friends running stalls and helping out. It's just

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unbelievable. You should never assume that people don't have any

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money. Some people don't, of course, but there are a lot of people who

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have. I think coming to Burghley and spending it is a lifelong p`ssion

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for a lot of people. We've done a lot of shopping to take homd. To

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help at the bar back in the United States.

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This is all a far cry from the humble contest

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The raw economic clout of the Burghley Horse Trials is solething

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Paul is live at Burghley for us tonight.

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How significant are these four days to the economy of the `rea

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If Stanford gets any welfard, it will also be lobbying for

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independence! That is seriots spending power here. There hs a

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surreal quality, as though someone has taking a chunk of Kensington and

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put it in a Lincolnshire fidld. Car dealers and expecting to sell dozens

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over the next four days. Not all of the money is going into the local

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economy but a lot of it is `nd as people leave D1 today, they're going

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to continue spending their cash in restaurants and bars `` day one

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Animal welfare groups have told Look North that local counchls need

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to set land aside for travellers to graze their horses.

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Rescue charities say they'rd struggling to cope with

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the number of horses abandoned and left to graze illegally

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We had a big response to thhs, almost all agreeing with Jackie

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Visitors to RAF Scampton's heritage centre can now find out

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for themselves what it's like to climb inside a Lancaster bolber

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Part`original and part`replhca, the fuselage was restored

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It's now one of the highlights of the station's historic colldction.

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We bought the knows about tdn years ago and started to reconstrtct the

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fusilage using original drawings. We've put 18.5 thousand World War II

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rivets in her. A new film is being made about Dad's Army. Prodtcers are

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considering Bridlington for the setting.

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Dad's Army has been a British comedy institution

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It had 18 million viewers at its peak.

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If new feature length Dad's Army is filmed here in Bridlington,

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I think it's not just the f`ct that we have a fabulous high strdet than

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can be put into the period of the 1940s, we also have a fabulous

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seafront. I think everybody will be on board to help out with this

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endeavour. There could hardly be anywhdre

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better for Fraser's Funeral Parlour We think it's a really good idea. We

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are excited. We're trying to keep a low profile at the moment! H've

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never had a television so I don t know what you're going on about

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Saudi! `` sorry! Up the road at

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the Georgian Rooms is where Captain The intent to film here if they

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choose Bridlington. It's quhte exciting! They will transform it, it

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will look anything like this. With its grand architecture, cards are

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the only thing that are too modern. There is even a handy spot to pick

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up the odd prop or costume. Being map for Walmington`on`Sea brought

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visitors to Bridlington? Let's get a recap of the

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national and regional headlhnes The Prime Minister says he won't

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rule out airstrikes against Islamic Government inspectors say Htmberside

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and Lincolnshire Police are failing The weather: A grey start,

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brightening up with sunny spells Maximum temperature inland: 21

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Celsius. We asked you,

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should police investigate and send Rebecca says, it is absurd to expect

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police to investigate every crime. We should get used to this `s the

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number of officers is reduchng. Mick says, I am a retired senior

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Lincolnshire Police officer and I agree with the commander yot have

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interviewed. They simply do not supply the service they are supposed

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to. Rob says if police stopped attending vandalism, people will

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start being vigilantes and they will find their own justice. Michael says

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we pay council tax for the police to investigate crime.

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We're back at 10:25pm. Have a good evening.

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