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But for Scotland, the campaign continues. The dream shall never

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die. Good evening and welcome to

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BBC Look North. A major Grimsby road gets

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an increase to its speed lilit But local politicians warn

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the government not to forget Days after helicopter crash killed

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two men, wreckage is recovered. Hull City face

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a Newcastle side whose fans want I will tell you which chart`topping

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band will be coming to this music venue. And that important wdather

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forecast that follows later in the programme.

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Hundreds of drivers who werd fined for speeding have won

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their campaign for a higher speed limit on a road in Grimsby.

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North East Lincolnshire Council has voted to raise the limit on

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But it's led to questions about who should set speed limits,

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After all, three emergency services opposed the rise to 40

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It is almost one year since new average speed cameras began

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enforcing a 30 mph speed lilit. But now, thanks to people power, it is

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going up to 40 mph. The road was designed as an express routd into

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Grimsby, but hundreds of motorists caught by the cameras claim the

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limit was too slow for that type of road. Last night, their outcry

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pondered councillors to increase it. The public are concerned thd speed

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limit is too slow. We have to give a little bit of a board for the people

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who've been caught out, who've gained points. They are out of

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pocket and some will have lost their licence. It has been seen as a

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victory for common sense and the council say they have listened. If

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people aren't happy with solething put a petition to counsel. We have

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to listen to what people sax. We have listened, and we have had to

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listen to some common sense. The cameras will stay. At the elergency

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services are against the rise. Police say there has been a

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reduction in people injured since the enforcement began. Prior to the

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implementation of the camer`s of the average speed cameras, therd was a

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large number of crashes at those junctions. My only concern hs that

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if the speeds is increased, then potentially injuries may increase if

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we have further collisions. We feel speed is of actor in a lot of

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crashes. It is one of the bhggest killers on Britain's roads. Slow is

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invariably say that. With speed limit of falling nationally, there

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is here welcomed the decision. It is an improvement because 30 mph is

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rather too slow for such a beautiful piece of road. It is about time

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Being that low, I am only in third gear. You can't work walk down

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there. It is better. It does need to go up. It is too slow. Whild the

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decision has been made, there is warning to motorists who usd this

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road. The new speed limit whll not come into 40 mph until the new ones

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have changed. I asked him if he fought thd limit

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was too slow? We live in an era in the wake of the

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speed kills mantra, where things are becoming incredibly two`dimdnsional

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on the subject of speed. Speed kills, therefore go slower,

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but it won't be long, if you follow that intellectual

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route, before we will be back to a man walking in front with

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a red flag, and I don't think Motorists have been pestering

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for an increase, even though the The great shame is that up

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until only ten years ago, and for 30 years or so before that, thdre was

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a great tradition of British roads, engineering, and the concept was,

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the 85th percentile it was called, the concept was that people drive

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down roads on average, most people, at a speed that is safe,

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because people don't want to crash. If you have emergency services

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against a speed increase and then it still happens,

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you think that is wrong? Yes, that is an interesting factor

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because in our experience the emergency services, don't

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forget that the police know a lot about driving and advanced driving,

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the police do not tend to stpport Draconian decreases in speed limits,

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so I don't know what has happened here and whether there is good

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reason for emergency servicds opposition, or whether, and I don't

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know so it is supposition, or whether there is some polithcs going

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on in terms of the idea that, oh, well, speed kills so we shotld have

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limits all the time and everything And do you think

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a driver who is not frustrated at having to go so slow agahnst

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their will, and now is going to be Well, I think that is a bit of a

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simplification, but I think what is also a simplification is saxing as

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long as people drive slowly, forget observation, forget state of the

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car, forget driver training and all those other things,

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as long as they drive slowlx, Research data

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and statistics don't back that up. A lot of people

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in power seem to believe th`t. Very interesting to have yot

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on the show, Rupert, Who should be listened to

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when it comes to speed limits? Do get in touch weathers. `` with

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us. That is our e`mail addrdss. Or you can text us.

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I look forward to hearing from you on the issue of speed limits.

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The Army has helped winch the wreckage of

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a crashed helicopter from the bottom of 200ft cliffs at Flamborotgh.

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It crashed on Tuesday, killing the two men on board.

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Just after ten o'clock this morning, the first parts of the wreckage were

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A system of pulleys used to hoist several large pieces from the sea,

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It has been carried out in very tragic circumstances.

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However, the Ministry of Defence and also the lifeboat who assisted

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to secure the equipment, have all worked to the best of our

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ability in very difficult conditions to bring about a satisfactory

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The helicopter set off from the Edinburgh on Tuesd`y,

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On board, the captain Brian Bridgman from

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Canterbury was killed, alongside his passenger John Kent, from Romford.

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The wreckage was just below here, in a cove beneath the overh`ng

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The awkward location and several days of bad weather has

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It is thought the wreckage will now be taken to

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Flamborough to be examined by air accident investigators.

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With Scottish Independence now off the cards, politicians here are

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talking about getting more powers for English regions, meaning we

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could be seeing more flags flying for Yorkshire and Lincolnshhre.

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There are growing claims th`t places in the North are ` in the words

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of one councillor ` getting " crumbs from the table" comp`red with

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I'll be talking to former Ddputy Prime Minister John Prescott, who's

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First, here's our Political Editor Tim Iredald.

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Amid the scenes of celebrathon and commiseration in Scotland,

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an important question needs to be answered.

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How will England be governed in future?

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It is a big talking point at the Highland Laddie pub in East Hull.

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The majority of the English people should get exactly what

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A lot more control over their own situations.

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London gets so much arts funding and all kinds of funding

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because all the MPs live thdre and get the benefit of that.

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In Hull and in the North and Yorkshire, we have been forgotten

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Political leaders past and present assured the Scots they

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would still get more power dven if they voted no to independence.

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But every person living in Xorkshire and the Humber, they have ptblic

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spending on services that is 18 below that in Scotland.

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That is why our MPs are not going to vote for anything

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When it comes to public spending, per head of the population,

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people in Yorkshire and Humber received just over ?8,500.

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The East Midlands, which covers Lincolnshire,

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gets just over ?8,000, but people in Scotland received more than

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Council leaders in east Yorkshire and Lincolnshire said that funding

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formula that favours Scotland can't be allowed to continue at

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It is absolutely disgraceful that we have not got more control over

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the spending, that we have to rely on civil servants and ministers to

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actually give us the crumbs of what is left after giving all

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If you're going to devolve Scotland, England needs to start banghng

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the drum that more power should be passed down to the cities

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In this part of Lincolnshird we get less funding than London and

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That is not fair and does need to be addressdd.

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Politicians from all sides `wait details of what the Prime Mhnister

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today described as a fair and balanced settlement for England

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I'm joined by Lord Prescott, who as a minister in the Labour

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government, offered more powers to the North East of England.

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Good evening. Are you happy that Scotland has been offered so much?

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You have been up there camp`igning. There have been unhappy English MPs.

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Ever since I produce this rdport, saying you have to have devolution

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in the states. We needed in England. Nobody listened 32 years ago. I gave

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the opportunity in the north`east and lost it. 48% took part. It has

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changed and I am happy Scotland has opened the doors. We can re`lly do

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something the English regions. Scotland has ?1500 per person. That

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is more than here. We are gdtting the crumbs, according to ond MP

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Getting more per head is wh`t they're used to. I have a pose that

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constantly. The Scottish people used to say we can't take it off at the

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moment because there is an dlection. We need a redistribution of those

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sources, is everyone gets a fair share. Again, your party is not

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happy about that. If you actually make it an English Parliament, you

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loaded up a Tory MPs. We cotld win the election and have no power. We

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need to take those same valtes of education, of housing, all those

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things they have, give them to the English regions and then yot don't

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have to have a problem. Could you have education and roads looked

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after in the regions? Why not? We are almost there with education It

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would mean that regional ardas would make the decisions. They cotld have

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the taxation. Talk about tilescale. It won't happen, will it? What'll

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happen is that you have to observe what the leaders have committed

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themselves do. There must bd a White Paper which lays out that the

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regions are going to get a fair proportion of the powers and

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resources, and then the timdtable which were of an election round the

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corner, we are committed with devolution, that'll be the course of

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action. It is a fundamental change. Who is in charge of it locally? We

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did bring in assemblies. Nobody wanted them. Hang on. Let's give it

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a bit of history. The first referendum was rejected in Scotland

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and Wales and the north`east. The reason why we didn't get it, we did

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not give them enough powers. You can't say second`hand powers for the

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regions. Hypothetically, if you have the same thing in Yorkshire that you

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have had in Scotland, with ` bold I believe so. Things have changed. I

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could not get the Cabinet to give powers like Scotland, but you can't

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get away with that now. People have seen what has happened in Scotland.

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Even the Welsh aren't happy. So devolution is in now that you were

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ahead of the times you were a trendsetter. Very good to sde you.

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And the devolution of powers to Yorkshire

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and Lincolnshire will be discussed on this weekend's Sunday Politics.

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Guests include the Brigg and Goole MP Andrew Percy and the

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Steve Bruce takes on the manager who he's been tipped to replace

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We'll be live at the Hull club preparing to `nnounce

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the chart topping act coming to celebrate its 30th birthday.

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Denied's photograph was takdn by Alfred. Some good pictures taken at

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the weekend. Send them in. We will show another one on Monday. It is

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Friday, isn't it? I was mord surprised to see you when I looked

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up. No glamour for you tonight. Just read the forecast. The next 24 hours

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will be cloudy and quite dalp. There has been some heavy downpours

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around, especially in Lincoln. Those continue to drift northwards, so it

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is a dull and other night. Dull and done tomorrow but this front is

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interesting. Behind it therd is brighter conditions for Sunday.

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Sunday is easily the best of the weekend. What a mess. Look `t that

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satellite picture. Lots of cloud here. Some thundery downpours in the

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far south. There was drifting northwards, fizzling as thex do so

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was even if you don't get them, there will be drizzle in pl`ces

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Some mist and coastal fog. Dven by the end of the night, a risk of a

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few thundery downpours, but elsewhere, good temperatures. 1 or

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14 Celsius. So, the sun risds in the morning at 6:43am. The next high

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water time is there at 4:22`m. It is a bit of a dreary start of the day.

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Any showers in the far south pulling away. A bit of drizzle. Watch out

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for that cold front. It brings drizzle through east Yorkshhre and

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northern part of Lincolnshire. He's Yorkshire might brighten up by the

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end of the afternoon, but whichever way you look at it hit is cloudy and

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damp. Temperatures are still not bad for this time of year, around

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average. 16 or 17 Celsius. @ll that cloud clears away on Saturd`y. One

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or two showers perhaps scraping along the coast for a time, but

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Sunday is much better. Dry with a good deal of sunshine and whth high

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pressure in charge, it looks like Monday will be a beautiful day. A

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touch of ground frost on Sunday I mentioned your old Michael Fish

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image last week. I will talk over you. Paul wears an extra tight to

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hide his old age. That is a six`pack. Have a good weekend.

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A Sunderland man who started a fire on a North Sea Ferry `

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which was attended by lifeboats from Bridlington RNLI ` has been

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Boden Hughes, seen here at an earlier hearing, admitted

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causing the fire while smokhng cannabis on a ferry from North

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He was sentenced to nine ye`rs for arson and affray,

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plus two years for his involvement in a copper cable theft conspiracy.

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Fire engines we need to tackle the blaze at the leisure park in

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Skegness yesterday. Three qtarters of the complex was damaged by the

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fire. Investigations are continuing into how it started.

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Hull City face struggling Newcastle United tomorrow,

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whose fans are calling for the sacking of manager Alan Pardew.

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The Hull City manager, Stevd Bruce, is tipped by some to step

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But Steve Bruce says that talk is disrespectful.

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Here's our sports reporter Simon Clark.

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There will be two teams in `ction in Newcastle tomorrow,

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but you'll be forgiven for thinking it's a one teal show.

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That's because of calls frol many in the North East

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for the removal of Newcastld United manager Alan Pardew.

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Mass hysteria, he says, but going into the game with Hull Citx, the

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Alan Pardew had to defend hhs assistant. Do you think he wants to

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see the manager and banners going up? Of course not. He tried to

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defend that, albeit in the way John Carver does.

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By contrast Steve Bruce, Northumberland born and bred,

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He was delighted with his team's performance against

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West Ham on Monday, even if it ended in a draw, but knows all

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Difficult place to manage. We have to try and take advantage of it We

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have to be mercenary enough to do that, but the other stuff is not

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enjoyable to watch, because at the end of the day he has done ` decent

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job. Steve Bruce was quick to distance himself from the job.

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Newcastle, let's not forget, won last time the two sides met

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but in the corresponding gale last season Hull City led Newcastle

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I hope I am dancing but I nded to improve. Although Hull provhde the

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opposition, don't be surprised if the media concentrates on Ndwcastle

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United, because Alan Pardew is under intense pressure, not just from his

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own fans. It is a situation that Hull know they could exploit.

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And Scunthorpe have a chance to break free of the

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League One relegation places in that game tomorrow.

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Both teams start the game with seven points `fter

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Remember that we have just come up from League Two.

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There is always talk about the Championship at this

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football club, and rightly so, because we have been there before.

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We have to make sure we adapt to League One.

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Hopefully we're just about finding our feet

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And your BBC radio station will be covering the action.

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BBC Radio Humberside has thd trip to Newcastle on FM from 3.00.

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On AM ` it's Scunthorpe United's game with Leyton Orient.

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On digital ` and the BBC sport website `

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And BBC Radio Lincolnshire has commentary of Lincoln City's game

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Thanks to everyone who got in touch about workers at Chty

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of Lincoln Council, who may be denied cigarette breaks in future.

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Managers say it will help to keep staff healthy.

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A tiny back street music venue has hosted Oasis and Pulp.

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But it's best for showcasing small local bands.

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Now the Adelphi Club in Hull has attracted one

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of the country's biggest nales to play at its 30th birthday.

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Let me tell you that the axd at this small little venue has attr`cted

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over years is incredible. The likes of Way says, Radiohead, to name a

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few. `` away `` Oasis. And now the Kaiser Chiefs are playing.

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Getting the crowd of the size excited about mtsic is

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Here they are playing in front of tens of thousands of people

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And if you're not a festival goer, maybe you have seen lead singer

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Ricky Wilson as a coach on the Voice.

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Right now the Kaiser Chiefs are playing

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in west Hollywood and Dallas, Texas, but then they will fly back

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to be here on the 3rd of October, where they will play on this tiny

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Here at the Adelphi, things get very cosy and very close,

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It is useful if you want to steal somebody's drink.

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If you get thirsty halfway through the concert.

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You can even look in their handbags if you want.

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The Adelphi should be cherished because it is a unique placd.

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There are not many places like this in the world.

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But it is mainly a place for new talent to be discovdred and

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Hull band Black Delta Movemdnt will be supporting the Kaiser Chhefs

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To be supporting them at the venue is a really big thing.

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Every band in Hull has some form of history here.

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If you look at the state of it, that has been 30 years

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of extreme stress and worry, of never feeling quite secure.

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It has been 30 years of extremely hard work, and it has

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It is going to be quite a p`rty but we don't predict a riot.

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Outside you will see this bhg orange container and that is where you ll

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get your ticket from. It won't be that easy. There won't that many

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available, so you need to prove you are a fan. Brings memorabilha. The

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tickets go on sale at 7pm, so in a few minutes' time. If you w`nt to

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want, Peter, you will have to be quick. Thank you. Tickets on sale at

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7pm. Celebrations with the Kaiser Chiefs. Get your tickets now. Let's

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have a recap of the national and regional headlines. The SNP leader

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Alex and decide to stand down as First Minister of Scotland `t the

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country says no to independdnce A major road in Grimsley get `n

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increased speed limit despite police opposition. A dull, damp and drizzly

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start becoming dry and brighter in the afternoon on Saturday. Top

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amateur very warm, getting tp to 17 Celsius `` temperature. Talking

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about the Peaks Parkway and increase speed limit. Kevin says it hs OK. It

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will still keep the cameras as some people will want to go fastdr and

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then moan when they are caught. Graham says the speed is not the

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problem, it is the ridiculots two lanes into one at the juncthon which

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should be changed. Simone s`ys it will be great. We come in and users

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wrote all the time. Bertie hs too slow. This one is an excelldnt fire

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