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Martin McGuinness is stepping down from politics for good.

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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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4-year-old Poppy Widdison died from neglect.

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Today those responsible are jailed for a total of 26 years.

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The judge described Michala Pyke as "unfit to be a mother",

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after she and her partner fed the girl sedatives.

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Knowing they will be behind bars is some consolation and justice for

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Poppy, but no amount of time will ever be justice for what they did.

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Also on the programme this evening:

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A rise in crime across East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

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with violent crime in the Humberside area up by a quarter.

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People are trying to help us where they can, but you feel that they are

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limited with what they can do and we feel hopeless.

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The giant art work in Hull city centre that doesn't have

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When I hear that the entire defences everybody wanted to be a surprise,

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that is not good enough. We are enforcing the rules and they should

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be applied. They raised money to get her flying

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again but now the last airworthy Vulcan bomber

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is being put into storage. And will the sunshine this weekend?

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Join me for that detailed forecast. A woman who fed drugs

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to her four year old daughter, because she was "inconveniencing"

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her relationship has been Poppy Widdison collapsed at her home

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in Grimsby in June three Today, her mother Michala Pyke

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and ex partner John Ritting, were told they subdued and sedated

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Poppy so they could indulge Laura Foster reports

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from Hull Crown Court. This is how Poppy's father,

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uncle and grandparents remember her. As a child who loved playing

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with the family dog, eating roast dinners,

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the sort of child who'd run into a room and give

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everyone hugs and kisses. The last time we saw Poppy

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was on her birthday. Pleased to see us

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and excited about her We as a family could not have

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foreseen what would have Hull Crown Court heard

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how Pyke and Rytting had fed Poppy sedatives

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because they considered her an incovenience

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to their relationship. Pyke also used to abuse

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Poppy emotionally, shouting at her, calling her it

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and treating her badly. Pyke and Ritting let her live

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in a house in Grimsby where drugs It's not yet known exactly

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what killed her, but toxicology reports show Poppy had been exposed

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and ingested significant amounts of drugs such as heroin, methadone,

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ketamine and sedatives for a period of up to six months

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before her death. Today, Pyke was sentenced

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to a total of 13 years in prison for three counts of child

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cruelty and two drug offences. Rytting's also been jailed for 13

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years for two counts of child cruelty and

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four drug offences. Passing sentence, His Honour

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Judge Jeremy Richardson Today, Poppy's uncle, father,

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and grandparents left the court, We have waited over three and a half

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years for this day and although it does not get any easier

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as nothing can bring back the little girl that filled our lives for four

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years with joy and a purpose, knowing they will be

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behind bars is some consolation

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and justice for Poppy. But no amount of time will ever be

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justice for what they did. Questions have been asked

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of social and health services in North East Lincolnshire

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after a review found they'd missed several

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opportunities to protect Poppy. Since her death, practices

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and processes have been changed. Poppy's mother and her partner

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were able to pull the wool it seems So, with the benefit

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of hindsight, Poppy And if Poppy wasn't with her mother

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and her partner, she would of course But the Widdison family doesn't

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blame the professionals, they say the cruelty Poppy suffered

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was down to two people's despicable Laura Foster BBC Look North

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at Hull Crown Court. The Humberside Police

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and Crime Commissioner says he is concerned by a sharp rise

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in the level of crime in the area. Keith Hunter says he wants more

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officers out on the beat as new figures show violent crime

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has increased by a quarter. In Lincolnshire overall crime

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has increase slightly. In a moment I will be

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talking to Keith Hunter, but first Caroline Bilton

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has this report. Dell climb on top of here. You can

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see whether footmarks were they look up the cameras. He is a end of his

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tether, gangs of youths have made his Laundrette their playground. His

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CCTV system being the focus of his attention to track their attention.

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One boy can be seen trying to break the camera with a chair while his

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friend captures it on the phone. This petty crime is damaging his

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business. We're trading 20% down on the year. We know another of regular

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customers and users for a long time are too afraid to come in now.

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Businesses all along this stretch of being targeted. Even last year, we

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have seen a spike in instances from petty crime and vandalism to serious

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theft and damage. So, you would say on the ground, yeah, we are feeling

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it. The police are trying to help is where they can, but you feel that

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they are limited with what they can do. And we feel helpless. We can't

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defend ourselves. The Humberside force has seen

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the highest rise in crime levels. Figures have risen in north

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Lincolnshire, Hull and the east Only north-east Lincolnshire

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has seen a fall of 4%. There has been a 2%

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rise in crime in the The biggest increases

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in the Humberside force region were in violent

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crime, a right of 26%. This has been blamed partly

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on the way the figures Violent crime now includes

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offences committed over the There has been a significant

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drop in drug offences, both in the Humberside force area

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and in Lincolnshire. I don't think anyone should be

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scared by numbers on a Where people should feel rightly

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concerned is what their experience ease in

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their day-to-day life. . And, this is the reality. One

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which for the time being they feel they are stuck with. Well, we saw

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him very briefly bear in Caroline's report and this afternoon I spoke to

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the Humberside and the policing crime Commissioner. I asked if he

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excepts whether there is a worrying upward trend in most crime. Yes, in

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certain categories, I certainly do believe there is an upward trend and

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I am very concerned by that, yes. Concerned in what way? There is a

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big increase in violent crime, it's in there? Violent crime is one of

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them where practices have changed. That can affect the numbers on that.

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Even in that area, there is an upwards trend and so I am concerned

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about anything which affects the people who live in this area and

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crime is. Bye drug offences is down. People won't feel that were

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watching. Even you don't see this as a success, why? Drug offences are

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generally found by police officers when they are investigating drugs.

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If the number of recorded drug offences go down it is because the

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police's attention is on other things. So they are not reducing

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activity in drugs? If there is a reduction of the amount of... Bye

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that is a criticism of the police? . No, the police have not been finding

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those offensive. One Mac the police need to do more? We need to

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prioritise the areas that most affect the people. There is a

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growing fashion by police officers and Home Office people to be sniffy

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wanting more boots on the ground saying it is old-fashioned. Is this

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wrong? Yes, it is wrong. In my view. I'm here to represent the public.

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The public tell me all of the time that they want to see boots on the

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ground. I support that. I believe it works. The thing is that people feel

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with a gut reaction that crime is there on the streets at the moment.

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What do you say to those people tonight? I understand their view. I

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represent them to get Humberside Police focusing on the issues that

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actually affect them in their communities on a day-to-day basis.

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Will be singers be better next year? I hope so. We are going to try to

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work with partners in different ways to attack this. I hope we can have a

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good effect. Buck the trend nationally. Time will tell. Thank

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you for coming. We want to hear from you on this

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story, are you worried about the crime figures

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which we have been talking about? Do you agree with the commissioner

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that we should have more Here is how to get in touch. What do

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think the problems are in your area? Do you think boots on the ground are

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an issue? Not just on but also Lincolnshire. The e-mail address is

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just the same. A court has heard that a Hornsea man

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accused of murdering a woman who replaced him as a stable hand

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hoped that "he might get his job 60-year-old Fiona Southwell

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was stabbed 19 times Today the stepmother of 22-year-old

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Daniel Edwards told the jury that she told him not to "talk

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like that about a woman Daniel Edwards denies murder

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and the case continues. A major farming organisation

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is calling for the Government to make clear how it will support

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farmers after Britain leaves the EU. It comes after delays handing out

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European subsidies last year, meant more farmers in Lincolnshire

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sought hand-outs from charity - Last year, Richard planned to expand

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the pig sheds, on his small mixed ?10,000 in EU subsidy didn't arrive

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on time in December 2015, We kept getting letters saying it

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will be paid in January or February. We thank God a partial payment and

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then another partial payment in June that fact we got a partial payment.

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It caused a cash flow crisis. The stress level is very high.

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Unnecessary because we had not had our payment. Only a hand-out from a

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charity stopped richer from getting badly into debt. The money helps

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farmers with their running costs and it is distributed more than 85,000

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of them over the last year. The amount given berries on the amount

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of farm, but it often runs into tens of thousands of pounds. It must meet

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conditions such as farming sustainably, such as with hedgerows.

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The RA BIA charity in the Kuchar gave out more than nine to ?1000 to

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farmers last year. That is a big rise. Last year was the pinnacle of

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a few bad years, I think. Everything was just coming together to create a

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time where people were really struggling. What about the future?

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The British people voted for change. The Prime Minister's exits speech on

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Tuesday did not shed any more light on whether EU subsidies will

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continue after 2020. Clarity is needed on this and other issues

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according to this person. Planning ahead. Investing in machinery, very

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expensive machinery. Two or three years from here. We need to make

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sure that with the Government we know where we are, what is coming

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and we can invest in our businesses and make sure the industry goes

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forward and we can go forward in a profitable manner. Most subsidies in

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the latest round of payments have been paid more promptly. Richard is

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still catching up on his bills from last year though. Here's hoping that

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after Brexit, it will still be possible to make farming pay.

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You will be able to follow this every night every week. They keep

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watching and for your company. Still ahead on the programme for seven.

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The cold-war bomber which will go into storage as there's nowhere

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This is just another step along the long history of XH558 and I am

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determined at the end of the day we will be open to the public.

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Yeah, Vulcan Howl fans don't miss that coming up in about ten minutes.

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Tom took this of Bishop Wilton in East Yorkshire.

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Now, let's have a look at the weather.

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He spends a lot of time in Spain. Good weather. If you look at my

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Twitter feed and I know you like Twitter, there it extraordinary

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pictures of snow in Murcia and Almeria. Have a look, Peter. I

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mention that because we have a lot of viewers in southern Spain who

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watched on Saturday every night. Good morning southern Spain.

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It is looking fairly quiet. Just subtle hints that skies may well

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start to Brighton. Link and you might brighten up quite nicely as we

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slowly had through the course of tomorrow. Uprightness moving towards

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Yorkshire. Very persistent area of high pressure. A hint that that

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cloud might break at times. Look at the high pressure re-establishing

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itself early next week. I think there will be changes by the second

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half of next week. Eventually, we should get rain bearing weather

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fronts in from the west. Of course, that is all a long way off and these

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things as you well know can change. There is the satellite picture. All

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very boring at the moment. The best breaks again have been North West

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Norfolk with some brightness here. The clouds have been thick enough to

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produce drizzle across parts of Lincolnshire. That is the way of it.

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Largely overcast. Drizzle and mist in paces. Ground frost in a southern

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end. The sun rises in the morning at five past eight. It is a cloudy,

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damp start in places. Some fogging southern Lincolnshire. Watch the

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back edge of the cloud. If this is right, it brightens up in Grantham,

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Lincoln, eventually Louth. It could get all the way up to Grimsby and

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Scunthorpe. Always cloudy to the north of the Humber. Let's have a

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look at that afternoon temperature. No great shakes. Seven Celsius is

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the high. Over the weekend, grey starts. There will be some sunshine

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particularly on the early afternoon. Difficult to get right. Just grab

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your back, why don't you? You know me, I've done it for 20 years. You

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know all the stock phrases. See you whenever. Not tomorrow. Not

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tomorrow. It's been revealed that

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the iconic Blade sculpture, which has been put up as part

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of Hull's City of Culture celebrations hasn't got

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planning permission. The story was reported

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by the Hull Daily Mail this morning. Now, City of Culture organisers

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are applying for retrospective permission for the 75-metre

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long wind turbine blade. It's the biggest work of the city

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has ever seen and it's arrival at Queen Victoria Square was arranged

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to be a surprise. Ten days ago it was transported in darkness to

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protect the secret, that since its arrival a second surprise, the play

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does not have planning permission. One city councillor says the local

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authority should have insisted on planning approval. The rules are the

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rules. I didn't right them I didn't rules. I didn't right them I didn't

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make them. They've been in place for 30 or 40 years. It is a good

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installation. I don't know a single one of my colleagues who would have

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voted against it because for the short period of time that it will be

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up. The fact is, we can't then apply this to others and then say, oh, it

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doesn't matter, it was a surprise. Hull City Council says it was aware

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of the project and the process will be followed. Most admiring the blade

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today hoped for a quick resolution. I hope they work together and can

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sort it out because of the end of the day, that is just a tick in the

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box as far as I'm concerned. I think for something like this, it is just

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worth bending the rules of bed probably. It is going to take so

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long to go into an application as to weather it should or shouldn't of

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been. Yet they will be taking it away by then anyway. Moving this

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blade into the city centre required meticulous planning. The whole 2016

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team -- whole 2017. So is the plan to apply after the presentation so

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it was a big surprise. Either way, the blade is there until March.

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Thanks to everyone who's been in touch on our story last night

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about North East Lincolnshire Council who say they've had to spend

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thousands of pounds clearing up after travellers and still can't

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Local authorities have a legal duty to provide temporary stopping places

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for travellers but despite looking at more than 12,000 sites,

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North East Lincolnshire Council says it hasn't got anywhere suitable.

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Many of you have been in touch on this one.

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Not surprisingly, every time we talk about travellers, we get a big

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response. Thank you everyone. East Yorkshire tennis

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players Kyle Edmund is out The British number two lost in three

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sets to Spain's Pablo Carreno Busta, and says he's disappointed not

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to have been able to repeat the form I can always look for positives

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and at the same time I have to be realistic and I am

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disappointed at myself. Yeah, I want to do

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better all the time. Hull City midfielder Jake Livermore

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is having a medical at West Brom The two clubs are understood to have

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agreed a ?10 million fee for the 27-year-old after previous

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offers were rejected. Livermore joined the club

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from Tottenham in 2014. Despite the cold this week has seen

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queues outside Museums in Hull And there is even more

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on the way in the coming week So, we're three weeks in

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and the city of culture is on fire. An art attraction to shout

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about as Francis Bacon's screaming Popes exhibition finds itself

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a new home here at the Ferens Hull inspired photography

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from George Norris is on show at the Hull Central library

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from the 23rd of January Dorchester Primary School will be

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taking over a pop-up shop this Friday and Saturday in Princes Quay

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where they will be filling it with their artistic

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responses to made in Hull From the 24th to the 26th

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of January, the first festival of 2017 kicks off as Oscar-winning

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director, playwright, producer Anthony Minghella will be

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honoured and remembered with Q, script readings,

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screenings of films, Cold Mountain, The Talented Mr Ripley

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and the English Patient here at Milton Hall

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the University of Hull. Lisa Ronson, singer, songwriter,

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multi-instrumentalist returns to her father's Mick Ronson's home

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city on the 25th of January. She'll be filling Fruit

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with her electro-pop This week's challenge Hull

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is all about sending empowering Now, I'm hiding five of these around

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the city and they all come A lot more from him as well as well

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as from the brightly coloured flats on the font in a state. Just go to

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our website. You might be able to buy

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a Red Arrows Lego set in the future, Red 10, Squadron Leader Mike Ling

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and his engineer Flight Lieutenant Marcus Ramsden came up with the idea

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and have now built a prototype. It will now appear on the Lego Ideas

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website where it needs 10,000 votes The Vulcan Bomber is to go

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into storage and public since it was grounded

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for the final time 15 months ago. But the lease has now

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expired on the hangar. When when Vulcan Howl XH558 flew

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over the last time,... They wanted back for the growing cargo business.

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The trust that looks after the aircraft is appealing for another

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?200,000 to put her into storage. It is a huge blow actually. The

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revenues that will we bring in to look after the Balkan have been

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slashed. I sadly this week had to give a number of rain and colleagues

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there notice, but the point is to put the trust now onto a bases where

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we can survive. All events held at this hanger and public visits will

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stop. Former navigator Andy Marson worked with the Vulcan Howl one with

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the sky trust. He says the announcement has come as a shock and

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risks losing the goodwill of the supporters. If you keep asking for

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more and more money without a tangible result, it is a fact of

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life that people will stop giving. People need to see a positive

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concrete result early Mac result coming out of it. Many years, Vulcan

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Howl bombers were a tear. It marks an anniversary of the Falklands

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conflict. The only time Vulcan Howl was used in conflict. That is why

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the supporters aid is important to keep history alive. Supporters were

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disappointed and angry. It is a shame that it is as got to the point

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that it has. The public is not so much money towards and I think they

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are now fed up. You just wonder whether they are just can put it

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outside and left to rot like a lot of other Vulcans have been. It is

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still hope that the visitor centre will still become a result of tea.

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But with jobs and the home lost, it is important now to save the

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aircraft. Dozens feared dead in Italy as an

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avalanche crosses a hotel. Rescuers searching for survivors.

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4-year-old Poppy Widdison, died after being fed drugs.

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The girl's mother and her partner are jailed for 13 years each.

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Tomorrow's weather: Staying grey but largely dry,

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but again with a risk of a little drizzle particularly at first.

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Brighter skies possible across parts of Lincolnshire later.

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We will talk about those crime figures out today. Talk about the

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crime commission there. Neal says is talking of streetlights at midnight

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partly to blame for this? I think so. It is an ongoing argument, but

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the police also have enough stars available to monitor the roads.

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Maybe this is why is raising in areas. Don't play the police, what

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are the parents doing? Finally, Brian says police want the public to

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help them, but then they take no action when they are given

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information. So, why should we bother? Plenty of response coming in

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on the subject of the crime figures out today. Thank you for watching.

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Have a nice evening. Enjoy it. Join me later at half ten, if not,

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goodbye for now. When unlocking the secrets of

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your past... ..you never know what

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the future holds. It's such a rush of history and

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walking back in time. How incredible,

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to have something like this? I feel he was the kind of guy

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I could have got on with. I can't tell you how much

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he looks like my dad. Seeing how these things all

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fit together.

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