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goodbye from me and on BBC One, we now join the BBC's news teams where

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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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The power station accused of harming the environment while

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We deal with pellet produces the deal with biomass from areas which

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are not protected. Seven people

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from Lincolnshire are arrested in an Despite one of the goals

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of the weekend, Hull City throw away The country's favourite corner shop

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opens its doors again, And I will be back with the week

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ahead forecast. It's one

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of the biggest power stations in Europe providing electricity to

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more than five million homes. But the Yorkshire power station Drax

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is being accused of causing environmental damage as it tries to

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produce 'greener' electricity. It's converting part

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of its operation from burning coal But some campaigners say

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it's damaging woodland. Here's our Environment

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Correspondent Paul Murphy. Is one of the biggest coal burning

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power stations in Europe, it is a big polluter. But it is going to

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change. It is hoping to redtce the amount of carbon dioxide it omits.

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These pellets come from fordsts that regrow. They can reabsorb the carbon

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dioxide. What biomass does ht turns us into a renewable power station.

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It preserves the jobs in Yorkshire, and it is dot`mac the biomass is

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shipped from the United States. Drax says that it uses trees which are

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not good enough for furniture, construction, and it ensures that

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the trees are regrowing. But some question the wisdom of burnhng trees

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in the first place. When yot burn it, CO2 go straight up the chimney

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and into the atmosphere. For a long time, we have been told that we

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should not worry, because the forests will regrow. But it is

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common sense that trees takd a bit of time to regrow. They can take

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decades to neutralise the CO2 that has been put back into the

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atmosphere. There are furthdr concerns. Environmental ``

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environment list in the United States say that some of the trees

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are from sensitive habitats. The biomass industry want you to see an

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artificial planted Pond Plantation. They do not want you to seek a

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forest like these, in part because anyone can look around here and see

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that there is a lot that wotld be lost if these were cut and burned

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for fuel. Drax says that all trees are very well policed. We whll only

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do with pellet produces frol areas which are not protected, not define

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a special habitats. The company is convinced that biomass is bdtter

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than coal for the environment. Allen we are delivering 80% savings, so it

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is the low carbon fuel. That is why it's good few of us. The government

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is using millions of pounds of taxpayers money to subsidisd the

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conversion, but despite the concerns, the Minister declhned our

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invitation for interview. Well our correspondent Paul Murphy

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joins me now, live from Drax. Paul, we've heard Drax deny claims

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about harming the environment, how does the company make stre it's

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producing more environmentally It tells us that the responsible

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sourcing of sustainable biolass is at the very heart of what it does.

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It has to be, because that hs the basis on what the government

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subsidises it. From next April, they are focusing the mind of thd biomass

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industry by introducing a whole raft of tougher measures to ensure the

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trees are coming from the rhght place, and the trees are replanted

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to replace the trees that are cut down. But the challenge of dnforcing

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any policy is that these pellets are being sourced 4000 miles aw`y in a

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different country, with different laws and different regulatory

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environments. It is difficult for Drax to ensure all the time that

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what it is getting here is absolutely sustainable, and it has

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come from a safe source, if you like.

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And you can see a longer report about this on tonight's inshde Out

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We would like to hear from xou on this story. Do you think thdre is a

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better way of producing electricity? Thousands of pounds are pledged

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for an award winning dog brdeder after all her animals are khlled

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in a fire. Seven people from Lincolnshhre

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have been arrested as part of an Lincolnshire Police, working with

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the National Crime Agency and the International Red Cross executed

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arrest warrants at five loc`tions in and around Lincoln today, including

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Drinsey Nook near Saxilby. Six men

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and one woman have been arrdsted. The youngest aged 25,

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the oldest in their sixties. Jessica Lane is in Lincoln

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for us now. Lincolnshire police have described

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the arrest today at the tip of the iceberg. They say they come as a

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result of months of investigation. That work will continue. Thd seven

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people arrested will be held at locations around the county. The

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allegations are about modern safe Lee slavery. These are people,

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living in slavery in servittde. They have been living in cramped, squalid

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conditions, they have not bden given access to food, medical card and

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water. They have been working for many hours without receiving a

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decent day's wage. What we know about the seven people? Fivd of them

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are English and is to them `re Eastern European will stop they have

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had medical attention, and Lincolnshire police say that

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safeguarding these people is their number one priority. When it is

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appropriate, they will be qtestioned as witnesses.

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Police have been given more time to question two men,

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arrested following an armed robbery at a bank in East Yorkshire.

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Officers were called to the TSB on Manor Street, Bridlington,

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on Saturday morning, after four members of staff were

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Police now suspect that the robbers had stayed

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Two men ` aged 50 and 27 ` were arrested in connection with

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Thousands of pounds has been pledged to help a family who've lost

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their home after a fire which killed more than 20 dogs in Hornse`.

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The animals were bred at a private house which burnt

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Fire fighters say the building was already well alight

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when they arrived, and the dogs couldn't be saved.

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Our reporter Emma Massey is in Hornsea,

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All that remains after a fire ripped through this bungalow. Inside at the

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time 20 dogs, all of them pdrished. Those who saw it said that the fire

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took hold quickly. Two days on, and many people living nearby are

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shocked by what happened. At seven o'clock, you could hear dogs usually

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yapping, and you could not hear them. Everything was alight. I am

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presuming that they have didd. It must be heartbreaking, I did not

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know they had so many dogs `t all. I thought they just had a few. The

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building was owned by this woman, shown with some of the dogs that

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died. But no puppies had bedn bred for some time. The couple do not

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want to appear on camera just now, they are too distraught. But they

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have said that this is not ` business. This is a family home and

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their dogs were part of this family. The Fire and rescue service tackled

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the blaze, but they are investigating the cause. We are

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trying to establish the cause of the fire. There is not a lot to go on.

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What we have to do is speak with the family, and try and put togdther a

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timeline of events leading tp to the fire being discovered. Thousands of

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pounds of donations have already been pledged by as far afield as

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Australia. The family say they are thankful, but nothing can rdplace

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what was lost at the weekend. Councillors at the city of Lincoln

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Council have approved a new smoking policy. At the moment, council

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workers are allowed at cigarette break at their manager's discretion.

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It is going to come in next April. You may want to comment on that one.

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Thank you for watching us. The time is 6:39pm.

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Still only one defeat ` Hull City's good start to the season continues

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Everyone at the football cltb is frustrated. But it is still a point.

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It is still an early part of the season. They are in the top half of

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the league. Open all hours once again `

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a special guest for the country s Tonight's photograph is takdn by

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Chris Wren. A stratocumulus. I was going to say it was a stratocumulus.

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Do you want to upset any more major players? What did Pauline h`ve to

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say? I am dealing with the complaints. Lets have a look at the

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headline for the next 24 hotrs. It is going to be dry with somd

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sunshine. Some rain on the way tomorrow evening and tomorrow night.

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That is courtesy of this we`ther front. It is a big change this week,

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because we have had easterlx winds. A lot of wet weather to comd this

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week. 18 Celsius today. As we had through this evening, it looks like

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it will be dry. Mist and fog in the bottoms of the valleys. Vishbility

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should be good. Temperatures of 9`11dC. These are the times of high

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water. It looks like it's going to be a fine morning. There will be

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some patchy cloud floating down from the north`west. Then, apart from the

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odd shower, cloud thickens. There is the rain, it holds off into tomorrow

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night, then it will sneak sdlf. Just the odd shower in the early evening.

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Temperatures 18 Celsius. Looking further ahead, it could be puite wet

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for a time, but it will cle`r by Dawn Wednesday morning. The emphasis

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is on a good deal of fine and dry weather. That is the forecast. One

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person said that he would w`tch in black and white. That is thd only

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way they can cope with your shirt. They should watch with the sound

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turned down as well. See yot tomorrow.

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David Cameron has held talks with senior Conservatives to discuss

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barring Scottish MPs from voting on issues that only affect Dngland.

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They met at the Prime Minister's country residence, Chequers.

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Mr Cameron has said he wants a settlement on the matter to be

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reached at the same time as new devolved powers covering tax and

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Phil texted to say "I personally think England as a country `re going

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to pay even more tax to fund an already stable Scottish life .

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Well earlier today I discussed the issue of devolution with

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Diana Johnson MP for Hull North and the leader of UKIP

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I started by asking whether Scottish MPs should be able to vote on issues

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affecting England only. I don't think it is sensible, when xou are

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dealing with the constitution of this country, to deal with little

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bits in isolation. You have to look at the whole thing. You havd to look

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at the whole of the House of Lords. You have to look at how this area

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can make decisions for them. That is why I want a constitutional

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convention. How do you think you can see devolution happened nattrally?

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Eight movement has been started We will see the Welsh and the Northern

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Irish and we will continue to seek the Scottish asking for mord control

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and power in their own countries. That will potentially lead to the

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House of Commons becoming an English house of commons. That is why I

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think the country needs to have a debate about the weight that we are

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governed, and the roles of these different assemblies in Northern

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Ireland and Wales and Scotl`nd, and what we do about England. What I am

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anxious about is areas like Yorkshire getting the powers they

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need to best fit the requirdments of our local populations. I am not sure

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the idea of having an English parliament will ever do that. It is

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about bringing things down to a much more local level. It is also about

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the money. If the Barnett formula was applied to Yorkshire, wd beget

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another ?2 billion every ye`r. `` we would get. It is an impossible

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dream, because if it was applied to England, that would mean th`t ? 0

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billion per year. That would double our existing deficit. I am

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interested in making sure that certain parts of the countrx which

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are not getting a fair deal under this government get a fair deal and

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I have been fighting for a fair deal for the city of Hull in particular.

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I will make it much fairer, not just concentrating on the south `nd

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London, but making sure that Yorkshire gets its fair share of

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money. That is linked with political reform. We have a London focused

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government. We had some e`m`ils after Friday's discussion. Ht has

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moved on to having an English Parliament. You may have a view on

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that. You can get in touch with us. We will have some of those responses

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tomorrow. On Lake programme tonight, I will be talking to Andrew Percy.

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He was at the talks with a bra minister today about barring

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Scottish MPs from voting on English issues. If you want to be in touch

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on that one, you can get in touch. A former Hull City captain says

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there is no need to panic even though the club have drawn

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their last two games Ian Ashbee described the prdsent

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squad as the best there's ever been. He's been speaking to

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our sports reporter Simon Clark Hull City visits to Newcastle tend

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to arrive when there is bother at This time, a fan revolt

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against their manager, Alan Pardew. Today, we invited former captain

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Ian Ashbee to view the match, It was a game where Hull City made

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a positive start. A possible goal of the month

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from Nikica Jelavic. And pushing Jelavic all the way in

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that competition is Mohammed Diame. But when Pardew introduced

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Papiss Cisse, the match turned. And the Tigers failed to sed out

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the game, as Papiss Cisse epualised And yet, with just one defe`t,

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Hull City stand ahead of Liverpool, Manchester United and Everton

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in the table. Lots of quality players,

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no question about that. And that is why people are wanting

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six points out of the last two Everyone at the football cltb is

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frustrated, but it is still a point. It is still an early part

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of the season. And we are in the top half

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of the league. We were up twice in the Prelier

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league, and it is usually enough to hold on and it is usually enough to

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see a game out. Today, we have not,

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which is totally disappointhng. I think the crop of players are

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far better than what we had. Goals are there for sure,

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and it is exciting times ahdad, and I can see many goals in

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the season this year for Hull City. It is set up for staying

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in the Premier league a long time. And I believe that it will happen,

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for sure. So a little work for Steve Bruce

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this week, before champions Manchester City visit Hull City on

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Saturday. Hull boxer Luke Campbell warmed up

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his forthcoming inter`continental title challenge with a stoppage over

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Luke won in the seventh round and now faces Daniel Brizwella `t Hull

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A pub singer from Scunthorpe is through to

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Jake Quickenden was praised by judge Melanie B for his

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"passion" and "commitment" following the performance.

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Two years ago Jake reached the judges? houses stage

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Lincolnshire's Lancaster Association is donating $10,000 to the Canadian

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warplane Heritage Museum. The world's last legs like the bombers

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through for the last time. `` the world's last lacklustre bombers flew

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for the last time this weekdnd. It was a programme that aired for the

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first time over 40 years ago, but open all hours is reopening its

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doors. It is one of Britain's best loved Common Pleas `` comedhes. Now

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filming is underway in Donc`ster. David Jason is owner of the corner

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shop. Last year, he spoke to us It is a deal. If I can get you a

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serious? I will get you apart. It is a fantastic deal. This is mx

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trailer! Man in crowd, that is me. You get your own dressing room with

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a lounge. I am trying to le`rn my for words. Soon it was in to make

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up. There is a lovely glow to your skin! Are you outdoors a lot? I live

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on the Humber. I love you, `nd I love you! They then head to the

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famous corner shop. Green bd real. Absolutely. Because the secret of

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comedy is actually that you must be real. You may think in your head,

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but forget it. This ordinarx terraced street has been

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transformed. Thank you for ly personal acting lesson! The worst

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thing is the build`up. It is not what you think. Acting lesson over,

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it is time to the big moment. We are not allowed to film the scene being

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shot. I know he is quite nervous. I am hoping that he remembers his

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line! Is absolutely fascinating to see people working. David bdhind me

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does not miss a trick. Amazhng. He is across everything, and a real

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gentleman. He has not shoutdd at me yet. I did not hear any raised

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voices. How did he do? It is tremendously exciting for md. Have I

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let you down? I am thinking you are good sport! If this leaks ott to

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everyone, you are gone! It will be a few weeks before we find out whether

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we have lost our presenter. One of the best days I have ever h`d,

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filming that episode of Open All Hours. We will remind you ndarer the

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time. Let's get a recap of the

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national and regional headlhnes Tesco shares drop to

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a ten year low after the supermarket Drax is accused of causing

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environmental damage as it tries to A fine and dry morning with sunny

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spells, turning cloudy throtgh Talk of the power station, Drax

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Peter says that the sustain`ble burning of trees is ideal for the

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way forward. Andy says that some people are never satisfied. They

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don't want anything except nuclear power. They should be made to get on

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a treadmill and produce the electricity themselves. How much

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does it cost to get the Nuggets to the UK? Surely this cannot be

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economical and green. Anothdr says that he cannot see how it whll work

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importing from abroad. Another says that how can it be economic or to

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lose thousands of miles across the Atlantic? Another mad energx

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policy. One that we will bitterly regret. Carl says that fracking

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should be included. Don't forget, that programme, that is on BBC One

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in just over half an hour's time. We will have more on the English

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Parliament later. We will bd back at 10:25pm. Goodbye.

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