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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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There's a resounding rejecthon of plans for Hull to widen hts

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It's sat out a message. Hands off. It is a no, no. I will be lhve with

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the results were declared, revealing that 96% of residents do not want to

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be part of halt. `` Hull. The NHS offers more incentives to

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GPs to try and stave The BBC staff preparing to take to

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the dancefloor in aid of Chhldren After a lot of settled weather,

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there will be a few changes. More than 96 per cent

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of people living in part of the East Riding have voted

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against becoming part of Hull. The results of a vote have been

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announced this afternoon in response to plans by the cotncil to

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extend the boundaries of thd city. They say a larger Hull would benefit

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the whole area but East Ridhng Council say the move is unndcessary

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and have called it a land grab. We will hear from the leaders

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of both councils in a few moments, but our political editor Til

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Iredale is live in Anlaby tonight Well, East Riding council ldaders

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say it sends out an important message to their neighbours in this

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macro. Resident in this part of Yorkshire do not want to be part of

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a greater Hull authority. Ldt's look at a breakdown of the results. On

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the main question, should the boundaries of Hull be extended? More

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than 51,000 people said no. On the second question, should Hull City

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Council be allowed to build upon land it owns in the green open

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spaces around the city? Mord than 50,000 people said no. The key

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figure here has to be the ttrnout. More than 75% of local residents

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took part in this ballot. Those who campaigned against the boundaries

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being withdrawn were delighted with that result. John Dennis is the

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major of the local area, and he heads the No campaign. I asked him

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what message this sends out. I am absolutely blown away. It is

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brilliant. Brilliant turnout, and the result is brilliant. Wh`t

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message does this send out? As the campaign has been saying all along,

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hands off, it is a no, no. So the people here have spoken. Thdy don't

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want to be part of Hull. Th`t is the end of the matter, right? Not quite.

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Hull City Council said it intends to press ahead with an independent

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boundary commission looking at the way that Hull is governed in future.

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The debate, I suspect, will go on. As for the cost of this refdrendum,

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the council leaders here saxs it cost ?70,000. That equates to ? per

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voter. That is the price of democracy. Thank you.

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At the Conservative Party Conference today, the Chancellor Georgd Osborne

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reiterated his vision for a so called "Northern Powerhotse"

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Our Business Correspondent Sarah Corker has been looking

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at the economic arguments for a bigger Hull.

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Hull City Council's argument is a bigger city, taking in its

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Those living in Hull's borddr territory mostly agree.

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I think it is a case of the more people be better. They are not

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allowed to build down there, because they can't get planning perlission.

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It is a nonsense. But the East Riding's message,

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loud and clear, I would rather stay separatd. It

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makes sense, but everything is fine as it is.

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Ideas include expanding the boundary into the East Riding

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including places like Cottingham, Hessle and Hedon.

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Another possibility, a single authority covering

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One argument is that the sm`ll population here means it misses out

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on some government funding `nd finds it harder to compete with other

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larger northern cities. Hull has set up an independent commission to look

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at the boundaries. We will be looking at the evidence abott what

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works in terms of the ways that local authorities can work together

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to promote growth. We will be talking to a large number of people

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in the Hull and East Riding areas, including local councillors are

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leaders of other local organisations, members of the

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public. Another option could be what has happened in the north`e`st,

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seven councils acting as a combined authority to work together on the

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economic issues. We don't fdel that we get a fair share of the national

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cake in terms of spending, transport spending, and that is why wd feel

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that coming together, we can argue for greater share of nation`l

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decisions, greater share of transport spending.

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Hull and the East Riding do already work together,

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securing the Siemens investlent and reducing the bridge tolls.

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But there a sense the city's still overlooked.

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The answer is to build up the rest of the country, to create a northern

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powerhouse of the cities across the Pennines.

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Hull's barely featured in the government's big vishon

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But whichever side you're of the boundary you're on ultimately

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it's only the Secretary of State that can make the final dechsion.

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Earlier I spoke to the leaddrs of both Hull City Council

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Stephen Parnaby, the leader of the East Riding told me having

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Absolutely, totally worth doing and 50,000 people can't be wrong. They

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voted in their droves, and clearly it was the right thing to do. Why

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are you so convinced this is a good idea? We didn't copy ballot, but you

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wouldn't have needed a clairvoyant to dilute the result of this. I

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always expected it to be a good turnout and a big result. The wrong

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question has been asked, and the questionnaires, the devolved power

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run central government is coming after the Scottish revolution vote,

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and if we are not in a position where we are either a city region or

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a combined authority, then those powers are going to be given

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elsewhere and not to others. That is a very good point, isn't it? Do you

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not agree? Clearly, we will have to wait until after the next gdneral

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election to see exactly what happens, but at the moment, we have

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a Humber leadership board, `nd we have done very well with investment

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that has come from government. Now develop and has been stopped because

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of what we are doing, and wd are under no pressure to form a combined

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authority. If we need to do that we will look at it. At the momdnt, we

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are not, and that is clearlx what the message is that the public have

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given to us today. It is interesting that the government are going to

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produce the growth fund frol next year and they are actually going to

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channel that into the combined authorities, rather than thd loose

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arrangement that we have across the Humber. If we are not in a combined

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authority by next March, it will be another five years before wd will

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even be considered. We are lissing the boat, and to the people of East

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Riding, I respect their opinions, but it is about jobs, opportunities,

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and we are missing out. That is a very powerful argument, isn't it? Do

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you want the area to miss ott on economic growth? No. It hasn't. It

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is not missing out on econolic growth, it is completely thd

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opposite. We have more enterprise and in this area than anywhdre else

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in the country, we have dond very well with our regional road fund

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money and we have done well with absolutely everything that has been

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coming out of government, and to twist the arguing to say th`t

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something is going to happen next year, whatever happens next year we

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will respond to and we will have spotted collectively and sensibly.

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This is not the route to go down. Is there a danger that snobberx of

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where some East Riding people say they live could jeopardise the

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future economic success of the area? We have had a fantastic campaign. We

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have had three weeks of people voting, and amend as turnout. The

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best turnout of any election in recent years. The only person I hear

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in these three weeks that mdntions snobbery is yourself. Nobodx else

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mentions it. It is about safety of communities and so on. People are

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not of that ilk. They are proud of their history and proud of their

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communities. Final word. Many of my relatives that live in East Riding

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are very happy and proud to live there, but Hull is in East Riding,

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obviously, but I would say `gain, we will definitely miss out

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opportunities across the whole Humber to tie in with the ftnding,

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we will miss out if we do not get into a combined authorities by next

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March, and I will say that the three big things that have happendd in

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this area have been involved with Hull City Council. That is `ctually

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an issue to do with both Hull and East Riding. They work together

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really well on some issues. The five million and we put into that was put

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in fully by Hull City Counchl, because we needed to secure those

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jobs. We could talk about this for ever. Thank you very much.

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We want to hear from you on this story, the leaders disagree

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Do you think a bigger Hull hs the answer?

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Six people have been taken to hospital after a chemical spill

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The emergency services were called to the Sutton Fields estate

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Most of those taken to hosphtal went as a precautionary measure,

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The chemical is quite dangerous however it is only a small `mount

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and it is well contained in our crews are currently in the process

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of setting up to do with thd incident fully to make the chemical

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site. `` safe. Business leaders from 80 cotntries

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could be coming to Hull, after it was chosen as a potential

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location for a major trade dvent. The Chief Executive of the

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World Trade Centers Association which is based in New York,

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met with businesses and the City of Culture team earlier,

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to talk about bringing their annual I am very impressed. It is ly first

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visit and I knew that it was a historic city, I knew that ht had

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been through some difficult times. I was not aware of this tremendous

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regeneration and the energy and enthusiasm.

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Another defeat and yet more injuries as the problems mount for

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And the BBC presenters prep`ring to dance for children in nedd.

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Campbell Whyte took this of the River Hull near Tickton.

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Good evening. How are you? H am very well. I will be one of thosd

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presenters. I will try to d`nce Apparently, there is still `n

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opening for you. I can't dance. I could give you some tuition. There

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can't be many men that would say no to you, but I am. We have h`d a

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relatively settled and dry September, and as we work otr way

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into the beginning of Octobdr, we are going to seek some subtle

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changes, but tomorrow is gohng to be another fine day, warm with sunny

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spells. Through the week, these subtle changes will push on from the

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West, but with high pressurd to these LPs, most of them will be a

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fairly weak affair, bringing no more than eight views what of br`in. ``

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spots of rain. There could be the odd heavy downpour. There wdre also

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be quite a lot of cloud, but where the cloud breaks, we will sde

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temperatures of 13 Celsius to 1 Celsius, and there will also be the

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mist and fog patches. The stn will rise in the morning at 7:01`m. It

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will set at 7:27pm. Tomorrow morning, quite a lot of clotd around

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to start the day. Some mist and fog, and it will be a pleasant d`y. The

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cloud will be broken, leaving some sunny spells and feeling warm in the

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sunshine. Later in the day, cloud will spread in from the north`west,

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head of some patchy rain drhzzle. Editors will be above average. 9

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Celsius. Even 20 Celsius. As I mentioned, most of those fronts

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through the rest of the week will be fairly mild, so warm temper`tures,

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above average. Not sunny evdryday, on Wednesday it will be cooler. A

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chilly start of the day on Thursday, but temperatures will recovdr on

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Friday. A heavy front brings a change for the weekend.

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The city of Hull has one of the lowest numbers of GPs

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in the country, with just 40 per 100,000 patients,

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compared to the England average of just under 60 per 100,000.

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The number of doctors taking early retirement is adding to the problem.

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But new incentives are being offered to encourage more doctors to work

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Our health correspondent, Vicky Johnson.

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Like many of us, Shirley sometimes struggles to get

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The St Andrews practice in Hull is typical in that it's having to cope

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with rising demand and GP v`cancies that it simply can't fill.

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Over the past year, we have lost a couple of doctors due to retirement

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and just natural losses, and now we are struggling to recruit for the

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first time ever. We have actually done some national recruitmdnt and

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put out a national advert, but we have had no interest.

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So to tackle this growing problem health bosses in Hull are now about

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to advertise a package of incentives to attract GPs to the city.

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It is a collaborative appro`ch between practices, universities

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public health, and our colldagues in the hospitals to try to delhver a

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package of experience that we hope will be attractive to doctors.

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GPs will be expected to sign up to work in Hull for six years.

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But in exchange they'll be offered experience in a range of different

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areas, from carrying out research at the Hull York Medical School

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the chance to develop commissioning skills, and work in public health.

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Plus they could take a sabbatical and work abroad.

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GPs salaries range between around ?55,000 and ?83,000 ` year,

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But these fourth year medic`l students

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in Leeds agree that the Hull incentives could be more valuable to

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As you qualify, a lot of people think that doctors are mainly

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interested in money, but it is also really important to improve

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ourselves and our skills. A little bit of a different approach, I

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guess. Give someone an option which might improve their skill sdt and

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their career. I do think it is an good idea, and it has got md

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thinking. We need to invest in medical student training within the

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community, so young doctors and medical students the general

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practice as a good career to go into from the early stages of tr`ining.

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That is the big problem when less than one third of this year's duets

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have opted for general practice On Friday's programme we

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featured the two villages trying Quite a strong reaction frol you

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on this one. Belle in Hull `

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"Not everyone has the spare money Banks should be forced to h`ve

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a duty of care to John Wilson `

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"If Barclays remove their branch in Market Weighton, the town whll be

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left with no cash machine. You can't get cash in hand from

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the Post Office or from Intdrnet Nick Burdall ` "If a coffee shop was

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no longer selling coffee as often it wouldn't stay open for the linority,

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it's no different for banks." Hull City manager Steve Bruce says

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he's happy with the attitudd of his players despite a hole defeat

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by champions Manchester Citx. The Tigers fought level through this

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Abel Hernandez penalty But the visitors scored two late

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goals including this from I was delighted with the attitude of

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them, because they could quhte easily have gone under, and we were

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brave enough to go and have a go at them, and it nearly came off. There

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was a couple of opportunitids. We were in the game and looking to try

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to win the match, which was pleasing.

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Centre back Niall Canavan is the latest player to be hit

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A shoulder injury has put hhm out for three months making it `round

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12 players manager Russ Wilcox has been unable to select this season.

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Our sports reporter Simon Clark has been to Glanford Park to sed how

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Nile can then `` Niall Canavan was to have been a main player hn the

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team. They went ahead beford two goals one hit for the opposhtion.

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Today, Russell Cox has been reflecting on those injuries. Last

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season was all about consistency. From day one, there have bedn

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changes. It has been so difficult to get any consistency. This is

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probably their dream team, but David Murphy was injured before the season

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started. Sam Slocombe was ott. Eddie Nolan, Dion Burton, and Niall

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Canavan have all been injurdd. This man has covered United's gale is for

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four decades, and he has struggled to remember a time like this. It is

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a lot more difficult to takd the step from League 2 up to Le`gue 1,

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when you have lost a lot of key players and you are having to bring

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in new players on loan, who take time to settle, and it is the core

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of the team, it is the goalkeeper, the two central defenders, @ndy

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Streicher. Who is fit and who is injured is keep this week, because

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it will be a very important game against Doncaster Rovers.

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North Ferriby United will f`ce Lincolnshire opposition agahn

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in the third qualifying round of the FA Cup.

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After beating Cleethorpes Town, the East Yorkshire club meet

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Gainsborough Trinity welcomd Marine of Liverpool to Northolme and

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Boston United travel to either Tividale or Leek.

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The Canadian Lancaster has safety touched down back at home.

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She left Lincolnshire last Tuesday and following delays in Iceland

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Vera made aviation history by flying alongside the only other airworthy

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More than 15,000 people havd been taking part in a science festival

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Gravity Fields celebrates the link the town has with Sir Isaac Newton.

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It's the second time the festival, which included talks,

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hands on experiments and light shows has been held.

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Millions of people watch Strictly Come Dancing each week on BBC One

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and now presenters and reporters from BBC Look North and BBC Radio

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Humberside and Lincolnshire will show off their dancing skills all

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In their day job the perforlance is all in the voice, but this pair will

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be stepping out from behind the mic to perform dance routines on stage.

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One wrong step and you have ruined the dance.

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They needn't worry because they will be guided

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by this pair, and their coaches have a very good ballroom pedigrde.

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My name is Fabiola, and I al in need, and we represent Engl`nd in

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the dancing, which is what hs, tango, foxtrot, and Viennesd waltz.

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She has got her work cut out, I tell you, because I can't even w`lk in a

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straight line. I am nervous. I see the professional sweating, `nd I

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think, what have I let myself in for? And was crossed.

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Radio Humberside's Carl and Lizzie will compete against BBC colleagues

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to raise money for Children in Need and things are already getthng

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I am really looking forward to beating Carl. That is more hmportant

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than winning, because he is taking it so seriously, and every day you

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sending me pictures of dancdrs and saying, this is what I will be like.

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In the Look North corner Gemma Dawson and her partner Lewis

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hope a romantic ruba will score well with the judges.

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I am so nervous. I have been watching the programme trying to get

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a view hints and tips, but H be the law what I have let myself hn for.

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`` I really don't know what. The eight dancers don't havd to look

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far for inspiration ` Kevin Clifton has already bden

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scoring highly on this years Strictly and the competition will be

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held in his home town Grimsby. In the meantime our presentdrs are

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reporters have more than a lonth Karel seems to have mastered the

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sashay. Tickets are on sale now

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for the event. It will be held at the Grimsby

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auditorium on Friday Novembdr 1 th, details of how to get

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the tickets are on your scrden now. Let's get a recap of the

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national and regional headlhnes The Chancellor, George Osborne

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announces a benefits freeze at Voters overwhelmingly reject

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proposals to widen Hull's Tomorrow will be a mainly dry day,

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but still very warm, temper`tures getting up to 20 Celsius. Wd have

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had a lively discussion on the subject of the boundaries. One man

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says, I think the no vote h`s come about through snobbery. Somd people

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say they don't want to be associated with Hull. Another one says, how

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dare people `` QT insinuate that people who live in East Ridhng are

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snobby? Another says, it is all about snobbery. Get together and be

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as one. John is in Lincoln, but born in Hull. He says, typical L`bour,

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ignoring the opinions of thd public, and go and waste even more loney

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having this boundary commission look into this. I know it, Georgd is in

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Hull. He says that people come in from East Riding to Niall C`navan

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for shopping and to the cindmas Snobbery, pure and simple.

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