16/09/2014 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


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

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A major rescue operation's tnder way ` as a helicopter crashes off the

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East Yorkshire coast, killing two men.

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I am alive here is the investigation begins.

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Also on tonight's programme: Humberside Police is critichsed for

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telling victims of crime thdy shouldn't always expect homd visits.

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Hull City fans divided, as they boo each other over the club's name

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change. And on a visit to Lincoln, Professor

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Brian Cox tells us why getthng kids interested in science is good for

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Join later father weather. ``Join me later for the weather.

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Two men have died after a hdlicopter crashed into the sea off thd East

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Yorkshire coast. A major emdrgency operation is still underway tonight

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to recover the privately owned jet ranger aircraft. The accident

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happened around lunchtime close to the cliffs at Flamborough, north of

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Bridlington. The emergency services have recovered two bodies. Nobody

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else was on board the private charter helicopter which had taken

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off from an airfield near Edinburgh on its way to Retford. Well, our

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correspondent Paul Murphy is on the cliffs at Flamborough now.

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This rescue and recovery opdration has been going on all afternoon and

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is now slowly winding down. Two bodies have been recovered from the

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wreckage about 250 feet below the clifftop here. The police and no

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securing the scene and making the wreckage safe and away that it can

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be investigated properly by the air accident investigation Branch were

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no `` who are now on their way. The call to the emergency services came

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just after half past one and it became clear that a helicopter

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flying just a few hundred y`rds of this coast was in serious

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difficulty. Some eyewitnessds had a change in the engine tone while

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others said it was more dralatic. We had a crack and then saw thdir

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helicopter descending almost like an aircraft. At the nearby golf club

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the crash was witnessed by several players. Many ran to the clhff edge

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to see if they could help the Touraine made that impossible.

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``terrain. It went behind the cliff and did not reappear. By

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mid`afternoon that this was clear dash it was an operation to recover

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bodies and not to rescue thdm. Efforts are being made to identify

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the men who died. What else do we know about the helicopter and the

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two men who were on board? Hn terms of the journey, we understand that

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this aircraft took off from an airport close to Livingston in

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Scotland. The helicopter is a Bell jet Ranger. . It flew south through

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dilemma airspace and was on its way to Humberside airport. It w`s going

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there to refuel before conthnuing its journey down to rectify it in

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Nottinghamshire ``to Retford. We do not yet know the circumstances of

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the crash. We hope to establish that within the coming hours.

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who reports a crime should dxpect a police officer to turn up at their

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home. The force says it recdived 160,000 calls last year and of those

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almost half were unnecessarx and could have been dealt with over the

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phone or at the front desk of a police station. The force s`ys it

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has to prioritise its response to save ?31 million over the

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next five years. Our political editor Tim Iredale reports.

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Long gone are the days when a family doctor would turn up at our homes to

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treat the mildest of ailments. So should we expect the polhce to

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guarantee a home response for every call they receive?

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That's the question being posed by Humberside's Chief Constabld Justine

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Scunthorpe's Westcliff Estate feel about not being guaranteed ` home

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Then heated to send the polhce out and it is no good speaking of oil

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the phone. ``They need to sdnd four. The report on the future of

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Humberside Police published in full today, says we're ringing the police

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for the wrong reasons, like parking According to the report, out of

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600,000 calls to the switchboard Whilst

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the public's being asked to change its expectations, thd force

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says it needs to reorganise to go where the demand and not have

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officers stationed by geogr`phy Some feel that rural policing could

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suffer under the changes. I want the assurance that residents in the East

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Riding also get a decent service from the police.

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Police and Crime Commissiondr, Matthew Grove, has defended

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I asked if police had previously made home visits were not absolutely

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necessary. Yes last year. The first thing the forested last year when we

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got a call about a rape that had taken place. The first thing we did

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was sent to officers renewed for rent at the door. They were

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horrified because neighbours were asking them if they had had their

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shared a broken into. Give le an example where a police officer

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should not be required. We should not send uniform officers in every

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sexual crime. We need to is CDs people in a place that is private to

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them. But if you want to cut numbers from 160,000 to 80,000, these are

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not just examples you have given. We do not want to cut them but we

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simply point out that we cotld respond in a way that is better for

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the victims and better for the public. Tell me about a crile where

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you do not want to call. We do not want to have the visit but we want

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to make sure that when the public do not want officers we make stre we do

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not send officers. I myself was the victim of theft and the offhcer

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turned up at 1030 at night H simply wanted to report the crime. I want

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to make sure that we can send an officer more quickly to vulnerable

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people because they are not wasting their time by going to placds where

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they are not required. The public were being conned when somebody was

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pretending that every crime was investigated under our formdr police

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superintendent. He says it was and he sat in that she and told me that

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was the case. I have checked and that was not the case but what was

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the case is that I learnt that the main demand for policing in the East

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Riding is in Bridlington but most of the police officers when Beverley.

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How does that make sense for the East Riding?

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What do you think of the suggestion there that some less serious crime

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should be dealt with over the phone? Do you expect an officer to turn up

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at your doorstep every time a crime is reported? Should we change the

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way we view police, and accdpt that they have to prioritise mord serious

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In July a High Court judge ruled that the consultation process over

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reforms to the library servhce and ligature was flawed. ``in

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Lincolnshire. Most people understand that we have a pretty good solution.

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Look North last week that the "silent majority" of supporters had

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let him down over his plans to change the club's name to Htll

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Tigers. Last night those supporters found their voice. Fans protesting

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against the change were loudly booed by their fellow supporters `t the

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match against West Ham. It was the most obvious sign so far th`t the

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name change is dividing fans. Phillip Norton reports from the KC

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With more than ?30 million spent on new signings, and the club for sale,

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it has been an interesting break for fans arriving at the stadiul. Yellow

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knock it is disappointing. We need to get behind the team. If we stay

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In the Premier League, silence lets you down eventually. I sank subtly

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to die. ``City Till I Die bding sung.

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On the pitch the new signings made an instant improvement to the

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team. Able and Anders opened the scoring. West Ham levelled hn the

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second half before another new boy Mohammed Di army restored the lead.

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It did not last long, Curtis Davies credited with an own goal after the

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ball trickled into the net. Fans happy with the performance but much

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been said on the divide between them. City fans are entitled to

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sing. I do not like to see that they should support regardldss of

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the situation. We stay in the Premier League and stand by this guy

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it will be OK. Steve Bruce has called for fans to unite and backed

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the team. It was an exciting night of football. There is lots taking

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who booed last night, why dhd you do it? Do you feel like the supporters

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are split over the name change debate? Should it have come to a

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head like this while the te`m needed fans' support?

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Still ahead tonight: Hundreds of children are encouraged to take up a

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career in science at an event in Lincoln.

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They just need to know that they can achieve this.

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This is a photo of the Humbdr Bridge by Andrea Kearton.

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There has a lot of cloud and West. ``and mist. We have had 68

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Fahrenheit weather cloud did it break but we still have adrhft from

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the east and high pressure over Scandinavia and the Bay of Biscay.

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That is why we will see quite a lot of low cloud and mist and fog

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developed a night. Coastal `reas are already pretty grey and mistake and

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coastal cloud cover is quitd a last lot of East Yorkshire. The sun will

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rise just after half past shx tomorrow morning and your ndxt high

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water time in Skegness will be half past midnight. It will be a very

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dull and misty and drizzly start tomorrow with the risk of one or two

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showers. Skies will brighten slightly and might be a bit of

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sunshine in places that alw`ys the risk of a shower. Letters h`ve a

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look at the top temperatures. ``Let us. It will be very similar on

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Thursday and Friday and Sattrday with just the chance of somd cloud

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breaks during the afternoons. The Red Arrows opened their hanger

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to hundreds of school children today to try to inspire them to t`ke up

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careers in engineering. Bushnesses say they need 1.8 million more

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engineers by the end of the decade just to meet demand for skilled

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workers. At RAF Scampton sole of the biggest companies in British

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industry were showing youngsters what kind of jobs they could do if

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they carried on studying schences and maths. Gemma Dawson has this

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report. Among these schoolchildren could be

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the engineers, scientists and I think it is really import`nt for

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the new generations to see `nd to experience stuff first`hand,

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particularly in the science and engineering fields so to cole here

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today is brilliant. There are so many different

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opportunities and different aspects of science and technology and so

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much to look at, it is amazhng. We have been arch and learning about

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civil engineering. Hopefullx the future will be bright for md. These

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young people are hungry to find out where they are going and possibly to

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validate the fact they are really interested in science and tdchnology

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and engineering and the need to know that it is exciting and acttally

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achievable. Engineering UK says that

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87,000 new engineers are nedded 51,000 being recruited each year.

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That's a shortfall of 36,000. So it's hoped events like this will

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attract more young people into the We have a huge skills short`ge and

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when I retire somebody needs to fill my shoes.

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And what better way to insphre these pupils than a display by thd Red

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Arrows, a team that relies on the work of

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engineers to enable them to do this.

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presenter Professor Brian Cox. I asked him if schools needed to do

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more to make subjects like laths and physics more interesting for budding

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I do not know because I am not at school but I know there is `n

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increase in pupils wanting to do science and engineering so the

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schools must be doing something right. We have a huge deficht in the

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number of engineers that we need in the economy. We need 1 millhon more

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engineers at all levels by 2020 so that is a big skills gap to fill.

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Events like this help to fill it. Why are young people, particularly

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girls, not going in for it? That is a problem there, isn't therd? That

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is a problem in the sense that it is a demographic problem. The dngineers

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tend to be at the older end of the spectrum and we have not bedn

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replacing them but we are bdginning to do it now. It is events like this

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that direct and students like these ones here come here because they are

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science and science and enghneering and they see the range of c`reers

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that are available to them. It might be a disgrace. It also might be

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Rolls`Royce. You also have BAE Systems. It is all about showing

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them that it is for them. Students are always stood in the big

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questions but occasionally xou find that they think it is impossible to

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get into these areas while hn fact we have just been discussing that

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the reality is that there are more jobs at our people and all these

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peoples, weather it be building spacecraft are building aircraft of

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the next generation of comptters. The shortage of 1.8 million people

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at the moment is an extraordinary shortage because it is a very secure

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job at the moment, is it not? Yes, I said that the students. You do not

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always choose your life by the most sensible sources and you often

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choose it by inspiration. I find that the students will find for

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themselves that whatever thdy are interested in this huge arr`y of

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opportunities for them but there's a shortage of a sense of posshbility

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and that is what we get thel with events like this.

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to Chesterfield. Peter Swann has spoken out about his surprise and

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disappointment at recent poor performances. He expects thd team to

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step up when the Iron face hn`form Coventry at Glanford Park tonight.

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We only have four points from 2 points. We do not want to bd down at

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the end of the table for thd whole season and that was part of the

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message from me. Let's not wait any longer and get on with it now.

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And Scunthorpe United's match at home to Coventry will be on BBC

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Radio Humberside on FM. The build`up is on the air now. Grimsby Town s

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trip to Halifax is on AM, dhgital and the BBC Sport website. @nd BBC

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Radio Lincolnshire have Lincoln City's match at Welling.

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There has been good news for Cleethorpes FC who have thehr

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goalposts stolen. We got a call last night from a local businesslan who

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offered to pay for new goals so from being a television to within a

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couple of the minutes, we h`d a problem solved which is fantastic

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for the club and we are delhghted. An argument breaks out in Scotland

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over weather it stays in thd union. A helicopter crashes with the death

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of two men. Top temperatures tomorrow will be around 18 Celsius

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which is 60 45 night. Let's go back to our top story now, the hdlicopter

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crash on the east coast of Yorkshire. What happens now with

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this investigation? Investigators will want to find out what the

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aircraft was doing at the moments before it crashed. Coast Gu`rd is

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busy speaking to us within the last two minutes. These are very

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dangerous areas to be working and because of the overhanging cliffs at

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the teams are specially trahned and there was a good effort to be able

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to get a satisfactory concltsion. One of the challenges for the

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investigation is getting access to this aircraft which lies about 00

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feet below the clifftop herd at Flamborough. It is likely that the

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two men have already been identified from passenger manifests from the

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flight of the aircraft. Thehr families are still to be informed of

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which is why they have not xet been named. There will be more from us at

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25 past ten. A lively discussion with a crime can Mr about wdather

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people should always get hole visits from the police. Natasha saxs that

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all these changes are to save money and not to make police work better.

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Police are looking to move of resources from the main are` to

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rural areas. Sega says that it makes sense to ask victims if thex want

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visitors rather than simply turning up and wasting the time of police

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officers. I will see you at 25 past ten. Take care and good night.

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There's so much more to this story than I thought. Wow.

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