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That's all from the BBC News at Six, so it's goodbye from me and on

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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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Lincolnshire's war widows c`mpaign for a fairer deal on their pensions.

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It is what I thought I was dntitled to.

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More than ?1 million pounds could be cut

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The grieving mothers told to take down decorations surrounding

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She never had a birthday or a Christmas. To us, we put little

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Hull City play their first game since their owner

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Join me for the weekend whether `` for the weather.

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She was jailed for fraudulently claiming hdr war

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widow's pension after moving in with a new partner and now

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Carol Garside from Lincolnshire has spoken out about her case.

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The widow from Holton Le Cl`y near Grimsby admits she did wrong but

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Since 2005 the Ministry of Defence has revised its entitlement policy

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but it doesn't apply retrospectively to widows like Carol.

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As part of a special investhgation, BBC Inside Out has found th`t

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thousands of widows still f`ce the choice of either losing

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Carol Garside's husband, Royal Navy Diver Mike Thomas,

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I haven't talked about this for a long time.

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Then it was my birthday on 18th October, so I actually

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Ten years later, in 1993, she moved in with her new partner, Andy.

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Under Ministry of Defence rtles Carol was no longer entitled to her

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war widow's pension, but she continued to claim ht

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Then, in 2011, someone wrote an anonymous letter to

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To live in a happy relationship as a married couple and to continue

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to claim the widow's benefit is both immoral and disgraceful to

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This prompted the MoD to wrhte to Carol, asking for an explan`tion.

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They then sent me another ldtter asking me the date that Andrew and I

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Maybe I should have took it to a solicitor.

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I don't know if that would have made any difference or any change.

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I tried to sort it out myself and I put a false date.

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So, you can make no bones about this ` you did lie, didn't xou?

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When did you tell them you'd been living with Andy from?

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I can't remember exactly, but it was like making out we'd been

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All I remember was shouting, I haven't done this on purpose!

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Cos I hadn't done anything on purpose.

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It's just what I thought I was entitled to.

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Carol ended up serving 11 wdeks in prison and she was forced to

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Since 2005, the MoD rules have changed,

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so women no longer lose thehr pension if they remarry or cohabit.

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But thousands of women whosd husbands either took out

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their pension or died beford 20 5 are still forced to choose between

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This is about living in a fair society in 2014.

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Let us not apply Dickensian and rules and pretend women somdhow are

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The Ministry of Defence told the BBC that it takes cases

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of fraud very seriously and doesn't hesitate to pursue prosecuthons

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They also said there is a long`standing principle that

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pensions shouldn't be improved retrospectively to ensure that

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schemes remain manageable and affordable.

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You can see more on this story on tonight's Inside Out

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Business leaders, academics and workers begin to

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investigate how the whole area may benefit from a larger Hull.

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More than ?1 million could be cut from Hull's stop smoking services,

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despite the city having one of the worst smoking rates in the country.

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And now a leading academic in tobacco research has criticised

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the plans saying any changes could cost lives.

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Health leaders in Hull say the number

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of smokers has continued to rise despite the money being invdsted.

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Our health correspondent Vicky Johnson has more.

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There are around 75,000 and the number keeps going tp,

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despite millions of pounds being spent trying to get them to stop.

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There are more people here with lung cancer and other breathing

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related problems than almost anywhere else in the countrx.

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Dr Jaymin Morjaria specailises in smoking related illnesses.

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We also know that smoking h`s an impact on various other org`ns such

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as the heart, the brain, often causing other contours in v`rious

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parts of the body, such as the bladder. `` other cancers.

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But now many schemes which support those who want to stop

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A report to Hull's Health and Wellbeing Board lays out three

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Option A proposes to keep the current wide range of sdrvices,

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which have, the report clails, little or no impact

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The cost last year was almost ?1.6 million pounds.

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This would provide a targeted stop smoking service and

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The total cost of this will be in the region of ?340,000.

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Option C would be not to bux in a stop smoking service at all.

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But a leading academic in tobacco studies has strongly

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Let's not beat around the btsh ` lives are at stake. If they reduce

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the spending on the stop But smokers

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in Hull today had their own views. It is a waste of government money,

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funding it. The services should be there to stop smoking. I go to

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drop`in centres and they ard getting cuts they will not there. Academics

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claim it is due to council hs taking over NHS budgets and say it could

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set a dangerous precedent that thousands of smokers would be denied

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help to stub out problem. We asked to speak to Hull Chty

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Council today about the plans but they did not want to be intdrviewed

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on a final decision about sloking services had been made.

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A woman's been charged with assisting the suicide

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of a 21`year`old who was fotnd dead in Sleaford earlier this ye`r.

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Emma Crossman's body was fotnd at a house in Leicester strdet

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22`year`old Milly Caller will appear in court next month.

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Doctors treating a seven`ye`r`old boy from Cleethorpes who was hit

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in the eye with a loom band say his sight has been permanently damaged.

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Kyle Lawrence can now see only shadows in his left eyd.

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Doctors had hoped his sight could be restored but now say

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Kyle's Mum, Carlie, has called for better safetx

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A group of bereaved mothers say they're disgusted that

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North East Lincolnshire Council wants them to remove ornaments

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The council says the decorations at Scartho Road cemetery in Grimsby

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are not permitted under graveyard regulations.

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But the parents say they're doing no harm, and being asked to remove

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Two years on from her daughter Grace's death

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and Laura Taylor still visits her grave every day.

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This is where I can come and obviously sit with Gracd

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and this is where I can remdmber Grace, put little things for her.

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I will look after her as I would have looked after Grace.

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I want it to be as pretty and as pink as it can be,

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Grace died from a rare illndss when she was six months old.

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She's buried at Scartho Road cemerty in Grimsby.

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But now Laura and several other bereaved parents have been told

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their children's graves are in breach of cemetery regul`tions.

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The council wants Laura and the other parents to remove these

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home`made surrounds from thd graves and the stones which it is concerned

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They are allowed to replace the surrounds with marble ones, but

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they cost around ?1000 ` solething the parents say they can't `fford.

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They can see that obviously, the grave is well maintained.

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Our graves are like our special places to remember our children

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and to take things off their grave I don't think is right at all.

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I think it's disgusting, to be honest with you.

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This is where we come and think of our children

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In a statement the council said "We realise that it can be tpsetting

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for families to be asked to change a loved`one's grave.

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However, the regulations ard there to ensure we have a safe

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and well`kept environment for all who visit the cemetdry.

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Laura has now started an online petition to try to persuade

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In the meantime parents havd until December to remove the ornalents.

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We'd like to hear your thoughts on this story.

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Is North East Lincolnshire Council being fair in asking these parents

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to remove these particular decorations from their gravds?

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Or should they be allowed to stay to help the parents to grieve?

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The parents of a Royal Marine who won three medals at the

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Invictus Games say they hopd it will inspire others in the futurd.

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And amateur side Cleethorpes Town get a plum draw in the FA Ctp,

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but first they've got to find some goalposts.

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We have heard, is Paul off``gain? He has more time off than me and I have

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been retired for 20 years! There are a few like that, to be honest!

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I have such a long working week It reminds me of the dark d`ys of

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the 70s when aided a three`day week. Let's have a look at tomorrow's

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headline. It is going to slowly brighten up.

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Today we had 20 degrees in Hull and in Coningsby. The mornings will

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start off grey and overcast with the risk of mist and fog. It should

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brighten up quite nicely with sunny spells coming through. That is what

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happened today. It has turndd out to be a lovely afternoon. One or two

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showers developing across E`st Yorkshire. They are pushing ever

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westwards. It is a fine end to the day and a bright one with a song

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about a site shortly. With ` song about a site shortly. It an

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increased risk of mist, fog and low cloud and even the odd spot of

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drizzle. The lowest temperatures, 12 or 13 degrees. A very mild night for

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the middle of September. Thd sun rises in the morning at 636 AM.

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There will be some brightness along the coast but it is generally going

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to be quite grey. The fog whll break and less. `` left. Bright and warm,

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just a small chance of an isolated shower and a light easterly breeze.

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Look at the top afternoon temperatures, coming in at `round 19

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Celsius. They make get up to 20 in Lincoln and that is 68 Fahrdnheit.

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Further ahead, a similar outlook. A cloudy start and then the sky is

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bright and into the afternoon. During the afternoons this week

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there is the chance of the odd shower. That is the forecast.

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I am from Castleford, my wife is from Cleethorpes. We look `` watch

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live zero from Leeds and thdn record you and watch you so we havd an hour

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of news. `` we watch look North from Leeds. See you tomorrow.

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It's an issue which has divhded opinion among Hull and the Dast

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Riding, but the process of deciding whether Hull City Council should

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A group of business leaders, academics and workers

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from the public sector will consider whether the whole region cotld

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They say the group isn't independent and they've been excluded.

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In a moment we'll hear from Hull's Deputy Leader but first,

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Hollis home to more than a puarter of a million people.

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Grow and exert more power and influence when at attracting major

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investors. One idea is to expand the boundary into the East Riding,

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including places like Cottingham and hassle. The other idea is a single

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authority covering East Yorkshire. It has been described as a land grab

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and a hostile takeover. You just have to look in the shops hdre to

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see there is little support for it. To date there have been questions

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over the independence of whole's boundary commission. You cannot be

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independent if the City Council are choosing the membership. We have not

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`` had no say. The City Council say they have asked twice to take part.

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That is not the case. I havd seen the letter to asked us to sdnd an

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observer and that is all th`t has happened. The commission st`rted

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work today, chaired by Tom Lartin, life President of a safety where

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from. It includes nine figures from the business world, the University

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of Hull and the city's publhc and voluntary sectors. Its size or

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boundaries do not hold it b`ck, providing that Holland East Riding

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can develop a relationship working together in mutual interests. The

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councils already work together, securing a Siemens investment and

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reducing tolls. Only the government can decide on any boundary changes.

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On this one, I spoke to the Deputy Leader of Mike on City Council. I

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asked him how independent is the commission. `` Hull City Cotncil.

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Most of these people have come forward because they share `n

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interest in business development in the region.

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How as a body can be independent if it was selected by Hull Citx

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Council? If you look at the membership, nobody could accuse

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those people are being anything other than independent. These are

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well respected industrial lhsts University of Hull business school,

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Hull chamber of commerce. E`st Riding council's leader says it

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could not be independent. Hd had every chance to put evidencd to the

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body and have their say. Thdy point`blank refused to do that. I do

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not think they are in a poshtion to give a view as to whether the people

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are hearing or not hearing their view at all because they refuse to

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take part. We have been askhng for four days for an interview with the

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head of this commission and yet you, as a senior figure at Hull City

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Council are here tonight, not the head of the commission. What does

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that say about its independdnce It is not reporting until earlx next

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year and it is a timescale driven around researching the issuds, not a

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ballot caused by panic in E`st Riding. It is not about the ballot,

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it is about the commission considering evidence. Why isn't he

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telling me that were answerhng questions? Probably because they

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think it is not the approprhate time. If they did they would be

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here. The appropriate time to speak is when they finish their rdport.

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East Riding Council did not feel part of it. They have only been

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invited as an observer to one meeting. How much do you re`lly want

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to include them? Ever given the same chance to attend and submit evidence

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and have point`blank refused. They have also point`blank refusd to take

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part in the discussions with the City Council about a combindd

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authority, were we work jointly on issues of interest. We the `` we are

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the only big city not part of a combined authority because they will

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not play ball. I wonder what their plan is. I wonder what you say to

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the person I spoke to yesterday does not want to be in Hull. Is it

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just tough if the commission decides it is the right thing? Yellow light

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well, the commission have the power only to make a report and that will

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hopefully form the basis of recommendations to government. What

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do you say to our interviewde? I say their council tax will be cheaper if

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they are in the Hull boundary. Thank you.

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I know from talking to people at the weekend, it is uppermost in a lot of

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people's minds. We would like your thoughts on this. Is Hull ignoring

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the views of the East Riding? How much should they be involved? That

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Hull City Manager Steve Bruce has insisted that its business

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as usual despite uncertaintx over the future of the club.

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The Tigers face West Ham tonight in a Premier League clash

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Steve Bruce says despite Doctor Assem Allam's announcement

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that he may sell the club, it's time to focus on the football.

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It's been hanging around us now for six months.

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I think the chairman reiter`ted his stance on it

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because there was also all sorts of rumours flying around

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that he'd already sold it, that he hadn't sold it,

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For me, now, let's just get on with playing football.

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David Burns will be doing commentary for BBC Radio Cymru tonight. He is

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already at the stadium. What reception do you think the owner

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will get and I? That is a vdry good question. I spoke to a club official

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and he said that the inform`tion is we are expecting a higher ldvel of

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protest, maybe personal protests. It is a concern for them. Everxthing is

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heightened with this being brought back into the public arena. It could

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be a fiery atmosphere. I gudss we have to wait and see.

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Thank you. The game kicks off at eight o'clock. Radio Humberside will

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Scunthorpe United's chairman, has called for the club's players and

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management to "pull their fhnger out" following back`to`back defeats.

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The Iron lost 4`1 to Chesterfield at the weekend.

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In a statement on the club's website, Peter Swann says the manner

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Hull Kingston Rovers head coach Chris Chester says he's relheved

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Omari Caro made three tries, including this one,

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The Robins beat Wakefield by 42 points to 18.

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A strong second half come`b`ck saw Hull FC beat Leeds Rhinos

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The black and whites went into the break trailing

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by three points, but three tries in 10 minutes turned the match around.

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The final score Hull FC 24 Leeds Rhino 19.

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And highlights from both gales on the Super League Show tonight.

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The parents of a Royal Marine from Hull who won a gold and two bronze

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medals at a tournament for hnjured and sick servicemen and womdn say

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they hope his performance whll inspire others. He was one of 4 0

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from 13 nations competing in the first ever Invictus Games. The

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championships were an idea of Prince Harry. There was much success for

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The close of a sporting tournament like no other.

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Welcome to the stage, Team Great Britain!

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They served their country in the armed forces.

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At the Invictus Games, wounded and sick servicemen

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and women represented Great Britain in a four day event showing

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Watching their son compete from their home in Hull werd Trish

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Sam ` a Royal Marine sufferding kidney disease `

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was Team GB's athletics captain and he led by example `

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gold in the 400 metres and two bronzes.

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He came straight out of the 200 metres,

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straight into the 400 metres and won golds.

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He actually won the race in borrowed spikes.

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We just couldn't believe it. You know, how good he was.

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It was absolutely fantastic. Just so proud of him.

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And there was success for all the competitors from our arda.

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Micky Yule from Lincoln powdr lifted himself to gold.

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There was a bronze in discus for Dean Bousfield, also from Lhncoln.

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And Carl Harding from Bournd hit gold in the mixed archery.

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Claire Edwards from Hull pl`ced third in two cycling events.

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On event day you just sit there and go, you know,

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And this is the moment Team GB beat USA to sitting volley ball gold

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Hull's Craig Gadd, seen here in number six,

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Back in Hull, Sam's parents say they hope he and his fellow compdtitors

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It's the best thing that happened in a long time for us.

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It's an inspiration to us and hopefully to Great Brit`in.

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Closing the tournament, Prince Harry said the Games had shone

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a spotlight on the "unconqudrable" character of servicemen,

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To you guys, the competitors, wow ` thank you for an awesome wedk.

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Many will be hoping the Games become a regular fixture

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Well done to all 400. Amatetr footballing sightly thoughts to

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warrant will play North are be united in the FA Cup.

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The match will be the biggest in the club's short history. Celebrations

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and match preparations have been ruined by thieves who have stolen a

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vital part of kit. Grassroots football doesn't get much

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more grassroots than this ` home of Cleethorpes town FC. They mhght be

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four leagues below Grimsby Town but they are officially on the road to

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Wembley and found out their opponents today.

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North Ferrer beat United at home. While they are celebrating today's

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draw against Ferraby, on thd pitch there is a problem. We put them

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here, where they were going to be painted, and there was nothhng here

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and they had gone. This is ` kick in the teeth for the club. It hs great

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that our first team have done so well and it is fantastic for us but

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this stops us from playing football at grassroots level. This is a real

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problem for us. This is all that was left of the goalposts, worth ?2 00 `

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big for a club like Cleethorpes It has prompted and appealed for

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information or a loan through social media as the team looks forward to

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an FA Cup dream. It is a massive disappointment. We have Sattrday and

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Sunday football and a ladies team, so it is affecting the whold club. I

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do not think we could have got a harder draw but it will be ` great

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day. We will enjoy it and gdt out what we can. The big game is just a

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few weeks away but in trainhng for it now, it is back to jumpers for

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goalposts. Good luck to Cleethorpes and North

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Ferraby. The main national `nd regional headlines...

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David Cameron makes his last scheduled visit to Scotland in the

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final days of campaigning bdfore the referendum.

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War widows in the Lincolnshhre campaign for the Ministry of Defence

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to give them a fair deal on their pensions.

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Tamara's whether... A great start, low cloud, mhst and

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fog, sunny intervals later on. 19 Celsius, 66 Fahrenheit.

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Mark, I recently buried my lother and we were told what type of

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headstone we could have on lany other restrictions. If everxone

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decorated their loved ones' graves however they wanted graveyards would

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look awful. Another says, bdtter roads would prevent this problem in

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the future. Chantelle says, leave them `s they

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are, it is not fair to put these parents through more stress.

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Stephen, it is up to the individual to decorate the grave as thdy wish.

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They paid for the gravestond so they should decorated as they wish.

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I am back at 10:25pm. See l`ter Goodbye.

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