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and on BBC One we now join the BBC's news teams where you are.

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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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Ambulances in East Yorkshire will take longer to reach patients -

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unless they're in a life or death situation.

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not the answer, by no means is that the answer.

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There's anger as plans for a visitor centre for Spurn Point are passed -

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Nobody wants it to happen and we are all very sad.

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Why traffic cameras couldn't tell the difference between a car

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Six generations of the same family - the Grimsby clan celebrating

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It's been near the ring, bitterly cold today. How long will this cold

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weather last? Join me for the detailed forecast. Good evening.

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Ambulance response times will be relaxed for some urgent calls

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in East Yorkshire as bosses try to reduce pressure

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The Yorkshire Ambulance Service will run a pilot which will see some

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cases, such as strokes and fits, recategorised as not needing

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Call handlers will get more time to assess patients before deciding

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With 6000 square miles to cover, the Yorkshire Ambulance Service can

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struggle to get the patients in rural East Yorkshire within the

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government's target of eight minutes. At times with devastating

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consequences. We lost our father to a heart attack. Me and my brother

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both had to try and save him, while waiting over 40 minutes for an

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ambulance to attend. Dad was struggling to breathe. It's

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something I wouldn't want anybody to go through. I look back on it now

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and it's very distressing. Photographer Iain Poole knows plenty

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about the ambit -- the anxious wait for an ambulance. He thinks allowing

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999 operators more time to assess calls before deploying an ambulance

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is a bad idea. It puts more pressure on them to ask more questions in a

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high stress environment. If they are still assessing you when usually an

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ambulance would be dispatched, it's not a case of if we have another

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fatality, it's just a case of when. Currently the most serious 999 calls

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are categorised as macro three one or Red. An ambulance is normally

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dispatched 60 seconds into a call, but call handlers will now have up

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to four minutes to assess the seriousness of the situation. If

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someone is not breathing, choking or suffering a cardiac arrest, the

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target will still be eight minutes, but no time frame has been set for

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responding to people suffering from chest pains, having a stroke, or

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suffering a major burn. NHS managers say this change will prevent

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multiple ambulances being sent to one patient. But the union that

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represents ambulance crew and call handlers says there will still be

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delays. It will help in a little way, but it's not the answer, by no

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means is it the answer. Unless we can clear the beds in hospital, when

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we get to A, they will just sit there. The whole chain needs to be

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looked at. Miles of rural roads lie between Hull Royal Infirmary and

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Hornsea, so what do people living here think of the change? They can

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only go on the information being given to you and if someone is in a

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high tense state, like you tend to be, then they may miss vital points.

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The problem is not so much with the ambulances, it's the fact that you

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can't get them into triage to start with, and they can't get into A,

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and a and it can't get them onto the wards. If deemed a success this

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change to the way Ambulance Services can respond to calls could be rolled

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out across the country. Gill is with those in the studio.

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What do the health bosses hope this trial will achieve? If I could just

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tell you that last year across the country, 9.4 million 999 calls were

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made, so NHS England nationally will be hoping that a greater percentage

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of those calls could now be handled over the phone, to give the call

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handlers a little bit more time, and not necessarily to deploy an

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ambulance. We were contacted today, anonymously, by an ambulance worker,

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who told us that the majority of his time is taken up doing routine

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calls, and he's even been sent to things like minor cuts, and he

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thinks front line workers could be used better. The ultimate goal of

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NHS England will be to make sure that the most life-threatening calls

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get the quickest responses. Thank you.

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We want to hear from you on this story, if you live

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Do you think an ambulance should always be sent or is it right

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Tweet on this sub belongs -- the subject of the Yorkshire ramblers

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service and we will have some before we finish at 7pm -- Yorkshire

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Ambulance Service. A new, faster lifeboat

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is on its way to Skegness There will be no investigation

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into potential police misconduct in relation to the 1985

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Bradford City fire disaster. 56 football fans died, including two

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Lincoln City supporters. The Independent Police Complaints

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Commission says there is no indication of potential misconduct

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by individual police officers. It's after West Yorkshire Police

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voluntarily referred A councillor who was expelled

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from the Conservative Party, after posting an offensive tweet

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following the death of MP Jo Cox, says he has no

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intention of resigning. Dominic Peacock has written

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to the Chief Executive of East Riding Council,

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saying he's received overwhelming support

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from ward residents, and he's described his

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critics as self-righteous. Last month a council committee

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said he should stand A farmer has told Look North

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that his bright red, 14-tonne combine harvester has twice

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been mistaken for a silver family car by Hull City

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Council's bus lane cameras. Roger Oates, from Newark, hasn't

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been to the city for 50 years, and says he's received two separate

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penalty notices in the past year, despite photographic evidence

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of the offending vehicle. This afternoon the council

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apologised and cancelled the ticket, saying the notice

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was issued in error. On the left, Roger's red combine

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harvester. On the right, a silver car, caught on camera in a bus lane

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in Hull. While their registration numbers are almost identical, that's

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where the similarities end. But Roger is for the second time in a

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year, he's been sent penalty notice. Having not been to Hull for over 50

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years, I know my combine harvester is in the shared. It was hardly

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likely to be causing this. Roger and his wife think the council has

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probably mistaken a Y Forro V on the registration number, but after

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proving his innocence once they are now having to do it again. I think

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we were annoyed and amused, because this is the second time it's

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happened, exactly the same. The first time it wasn't clear, we had a

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lot of searching to do to get it right. But this time the number is

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easily read. We feel this shouldn't happen. It was here come on and

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Libby Road in Hull, that the alleged offence was caught on camera. Bus

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lane cameras were first used in the city in ready 15 and since then,

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tens of thousands of fines have been handed out, adding up to hundreds of

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thousands of pounds. But it seems proving your innocence isn't always

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easy. Hull's system is not user friendly. It would appear you can

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only do it via the Internet. That's not acceptable to everybody and not

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everybody knows how to upload photographs and the other downside

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is there seems to be no procedure for people to be able to write in

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using the old-fashioned method. Wiberg in a statement, Hull City

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Council says the penalty charge notice has been issued in error and

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a letter has been sent to the vehicle owner letting him know the

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notice has been cancelled and no further action is required. We would

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like to apologise for the inconvenience. After passing on the

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news tonight, Roger says he's pleased to get apology. Gemma

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Dawson, BBC look North. Controversial plans

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for a visitor centre on land near to the Spurn Peninsula have

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been approved by It's the second time

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the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust has sought approval for its plans,

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after its initial There have been more than 700

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objections from local residents Our Environment Correspondent

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Paul Murphy is live Well, certainly a surprise in the

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sense that when this was first considered, last July, it was

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unanimously rejected by East Riding Council is, on the grounds of its

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visual impact and the threat of flooding to the centre. So certainly

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enough has been done in the meantime to convince councillors, or at least

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the majority of councillors, that this is the right thing to do. And

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certainly the Wildlife Trust has been trying for three years to get

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this proposal Loft the ground full stop whilst they are delighted the

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believe it will greatly enhance this area and they spoke to as after that

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planning decision at Beverley County Hall a little bit earlier on today.

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We are delighted with the consent and the decision made by the

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Council. We believe this gives Spurn a much brighter future. It will

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ensure Spurn's many visitors have a safe, informative and enjoyable

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experience for many years to come. It's difficult to think of an issue

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locally that's caused so much polarisation in the debate. The

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Wildlife Trust thinks this is a fantastic project. Local people

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believe it will absolutely wreck Spurn, and today, they gave us some

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of their thoughts after the decision. We love visitors. People

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are used to visitors coming and we enjoy them. We don't think that they

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need any more facilities. They'll have to do a lot to want to

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encourage us to have it to happen because nobody is in their right

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mind. We're very sad. We are going to lose a very nice area. We are for

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the wildlife and that immunity and I've funded my living there through

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working in the pub, which might close due to competition from the

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cafe they say they will put on and all the other facilities. It is

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already struggling seasonal pub. We were told today, there were more

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than 2000 objections to this proposal in the end. Residents claim

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that 90% of the local population here is opposed to the visitor

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centre. Well, it's going ahead now. The challenge for the Yorkshire

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Wildlife Trust is to start to build bridges with this community, to win

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the hearts and minds of local people to take this centre forward. But

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certainly at the moment there is a great deal of bitterness here. It's

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as bitter as the wind coming off the North Sea behind me. I bet it's

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freezing! Paul Murphy on Spurn Point. Thank you for watching.

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Still ahead tonight: The Grimsby family that now

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spans six generations, thanks to a new arrival.

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Keep your photographs and pictures coming in. Thank you for this

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comment Nick. Thank you for your e-mails and texts. After the

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programme last night. You know what's coming! And one from Barry

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Green, who says if you can't think of a present, may I said -- suggest

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a dictionary. This was last night's programme. Overcast and bitterly,

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spells... Well! I've had words with my personal assistant, Keeley

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Donovan, who is said, don't call me personal assistant, I'm a glamorous

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assistant. It's all in the best possible taste! He only had to write

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down three words! Thank you for highlighting that! My pleasure! It's

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not a headline, it's spelt right. These are the 3pm temperatures. It

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has been nithering this afternoon. Humberside airport, -1 Celsius. What

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an afternoon it has been. It's brighter but still cold tonight. No

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mistakes there are! The milder rarer is on its way up from the

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south-west, through Saturday. A big change coming. Sunday, there's a big

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question. It looked like it would be mostly fine. There's a chance this

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system may spread rain into the southern part of our region on. So

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stay tuned with your details forecast at 10:30pm. Keeley will be

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doing that one. You can see the extent of the cloud coming up from a

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near continent, bitterly cold. We will keep the cold air through the

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course of the night. We are likely to pick up cloud breaks from the

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south-east. At the same time, the cloud could be thick enough when you

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have got it to produce one or two light flurries. Ice could be a

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problem, frost, -2 macro Orme -- -2 -3 will be the lowest temperatures

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tonight. Generally speaking, tomorrow should

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be a bit brighter. There will be areas of cloud around. But some

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sunny spells are expected. Perhaps one or two wintry showers. Later in

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the day, cloud will thicken from the south-west and that means it will be

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a wet night on Friday night, into first light Saturday morning.

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Temperatures numerically higher, but for much of the day it will feel

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very cold. Temperatures around four Celsius, 39 Fahrenheit. But it will

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be milder on Saturday, after a damp start the sun will come out. All

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anybody was doing was checking every single word appeared on screen, to

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see if it was spelt correctly! Oh dear. I bet you checked that three

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or four times tonight, didn't you? I checked it more than that! Have a

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nice weekend. There's been a lifeboat at Skegness

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for almost 200 years, and soon a brand new vessel

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will make its way to It's faster, more agile,

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and can travel further to rescues In the first of two special reports,

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Phillip Norton looks at how a ?1.5 million donation

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from a lifeboat family brought She's been a saviour on the seas

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around Skegness for more than 25 years. She's like an old friend. She

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has a personality of her own, the smells, the sounds, the noise of the

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engine, its amazing kit. It's like I could liken it to a classic car, or

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a Spitfire. It makes a distinctive noise and the smell of the fuel is

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an amazing experience. The Lincolnshire Poacher has been a

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reassuring presence for seafarers and a welcome sight for many in

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their moment of need. Since this lifeboat was stationed here in 1990,

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it's been launched 352 times. It's carried out 195 rescues. In those

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rescues, they saved 38 lives, along with countless vessels, people and

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pets who have found themselves in difficulty on the Lincolnshire

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coast. But her days here are numbered. A brand-new lifeboat will

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arrive here on Saturday, thanks to a Skegness family. For almost 160

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years, descendants of this family served continuously with the

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lifeboat here. From days of using oars and brute strength, that

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continuous service ended in 1984, when this man retired after 45 years

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with the crew. When he died in 2011, he met left money for the lifeboat

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and along with a donation from his cousin, April, the family has gifted

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?1.5 million. It was a surprise. We were gathered upstairs in the crew

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room and April was in there. Nobody really knew what was going on. It

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was April announced tours there is a legacy being left by Joel to secure

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the future of the funding for the station in Skegness, to introduce

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this new generation of lifeboat. As a result almost 300 miles away in

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Dawson, the future of life-saving on the Lincolnshire coast has been

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taking shape. -- in Dorset. This is the RNLI's purpose-built lifeboat

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manufacturing centre in Hull where every year six new lifeboats are

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born. The latest being the new Skegness lifeboat, which was

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constructed right here it's being manufactured in Poole. They will

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become up to any precarious rescues, they are very brave volunteers in

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the background willing to come and save you. It takes around a year to

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build each lifeboat, made from fibreglass, there's not one bolt or

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rivets holding any of it together. Gentlemen are laminating the to make

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it very strong, so that will go through an eight week process in

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here and then go out eventually for commissioning process. And here she

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is, emerging from the freezing fog, the brand new Skegness lifeboat.

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Named the Joel and April Grenell, the family connection will help save

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lives for many years to come. We salute the work of the RNLI,.

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You can see the second part of that story tomorrow,

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when Phillip Norton joins the Skegness lifeboat

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crew as they undergo training on their new boat.

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Carol Vorderman has taken a petition to Downing Street with almost

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a quarter of a million people demanding a knighthood for the last

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Johnny Johnson, who was born near Horncastle in Lincolnshire,

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was part of the bombing crew that destroyed some of the German dams

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He's been nominated for a knighthood, but wasn't recognised

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It's an insult, not only to him, but also to those with whom he fought,

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and those who absolutely adore him. And I'm one of them. Yet for civil

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servants, particularly the communications director for the

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former Prime Minister to receive a knighthood, I don't understand it.

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Carol Vorderman, who has done such sterling work trying to get that

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knighthood for Johnny. The petition was handed in today. We will let you

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know what happens, if there are any developments, because there's huge

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interest in that story. A nun from Hull, who helped

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protect a Jewish family during the Second World War,

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has been commemorated with a plaque. It remembers Sister Agnes Walsh,

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who was born in 1906 She hid the family while at

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a convent in France. Today, nuns from her order,

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and family members, gathered To see something in her hometown now

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is fantastic. She's a big inspiration for me and has been for

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many years. It's brilliant to see her getting this credit.

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Hull City will be hoping to make it through to the final

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The Tigers face a difficult task tonight though,

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as they are 2-0 down to Manchester United

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Our sports reporter Simon Clark is at the KCOM Stadium tonight.

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A good question, Peter. Probably unlikely, because that second

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Manchester United goal came just before the end of the game and very

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much tilted it in their favour will stop these two Portuguese Cosic --

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coaches, Jose Mourinho and Marco Silva, may have thought they knew

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each other quite well, but they will certainly know each other well. They

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play each other Wednesday and tonight, but Silva says the two

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games are not comparable. The European competition is a game

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tomorrow, to compete, to fight for our dream, to play in a final, the

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next game against Manchester United is different, it's 0-0. Jake

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Livermore is leaving for ?10 million, Snodgrass has probably

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played his last game for the Tigers, Ryan Mason has a fractured skull,

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not ideal preparation for a semifinal and you fancy that if Hull

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City were to win tonight it would be as big a shock as Leicester winning

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the Premier League. Fingers crossed all the same.

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Nearly the first month over of Hull being the UK City of Culture,

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I don't know if you've heard, but Burton Constable is going to be

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hosting BBC Radio 1's big weekend? Yes, that's right, 27th and 28th of

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May, Radio One's big weekend is going to be happening in Hull.

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Sorry, I had to get that out of my system. Speaking of Burton

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Constable, they're going to be hosting a themed walking tour. The

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first date is the 31st of January, its ?28, but it comes with some

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afternoon tea. Fancy. Returning to Beverley on the 20th of January, the

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London Theatre voices put on an eclectic show at a church. It's

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going to feature music from Gilbert and Sullivan's most famous opera.

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We've got two great performance it's coming up at Hull Truck Theatre. The

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award-winning acrobatic performance, and on the 29th, hold creative

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voice showcased the next generation of performers and choreographers. We

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are environmentally friendly, you've been tasked to make any musical

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instrument out of recycled goods. Here's one I made earlier. Thank

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you. BBC Radio 1 the side and look North look back and is going to be

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on this weekend, Saturday and Sunday. Oh no it's not. Oh, yes it

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is. Tickets are available at the box office will stop which is behind

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you! Come down and get over here, it's going to be mint. Thank you,

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everyone. Chery you can find out more by going to the city culture of

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website. A family in Grimsby say they've

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become just the second in the UK When Lily Fitzgerald's great, great,

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great grandson was born on Monday, they became part

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of a very exclusive club. Meet Lily Fitzgerald's family. Only

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her son is missing from this family portrait, taken just days after the

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birth of little Harvey. Will Lily was his age, Grimsby's fishermen

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were striking and as she meets the newest arrival... What a lovely

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baby. Even she's amazed she is head of a six generation dynasty. A great

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great grandchild. Great, great, great. Great, great, great? Oh... It

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makes me feel terribly old! LAUGHTER

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So how do you keep six generations together? Lily's son, Henry, says

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she's always put family first. My mother has always worked, she's

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always be determined to do everything, so it must be passed

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down to was all, even to the little fellow. Are you going to hold the

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baby later? It's a legacy they are all proud of. It means the world.

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It's wonderful for him because when he grows up to see that. I'm proud,

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I'm proud of my family anyway, but to reach six generations, I can't

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believe we've reached this milestone which is fantastic. The newest

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parent in the family has started young, like the previous four

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generations, but he's got an experienced mental to show him how

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it's done. Amanda White, BBC look North, Grimsby.

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What a lovely story, good evening to them.

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Let's get a recap of the national and regional headlines.

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Suicides in jail have reached record levels in England and Wales -

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and there have been thousands of attacks on prison staff.

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Ambulance response times in East Yorkshire are relaxed -

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unless it's a case of life and death.

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Tomorrow's weather, brighter in places with some sunny intervals. A

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few wintry flurries as well. Cold again, top temperature is not as bad

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as today, getting up to around four Celsius. 39 Fahrenheit.

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Thank you very much for getting in touch very quickly with me, after

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Paul was gloating and after the clanger last night, when he spelt

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the word bitterly wrong, have a look at this. This is denied. It's spelt

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right, Lincoln, look at that. Leconfield... From the Department of

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you couldn't make it up! After gloating and saying everything was

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spelt right and he would check it once or twice or whatever he said,

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it was wrong! Apologist to an field and thank you for those who have

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been in touch to Telles tonight. -- apologies, to Leconfield. Sometimes

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you are left speechless, and tonight is one of those times. Enjoy every

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single second of it. Goodbye. Einstein replaced Newton's theory

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of universal gravitation

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