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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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A family's anger as their father, who has dementia is moved to four

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While we can never prove it, we honestly believe that the moves

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that he had to undergo affected him and made his condition worse.

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Sinking the road and building new bridges -

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plans for major work on one of Hull's busiest

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The idea is to speed the road from terrorists. Many believe they will

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have to wait another five years before anything happens. -- to speed

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the road up for more terrorists. -- for motorists.

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The rescued 'designer' puppies which could have

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fetched criminals up to three hundred pounds a time.

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The bid to raise three million pounds to bring the oldest steam

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Temperatures are recovering but it is still cold. I'll be back later in

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the programme with more details. A family from East Yorkshire

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are calling for major changes in the way care for the elderly

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is funded after their father who had dementia had to move care homes four

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times in the last year of his life. Pat Maguire from Beverley

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says his father in law's condition worsened significantly

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because of the moves. A number of privately run

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residential homes in the area have closed in the last year and now

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Mr Maguire says adult social care should be nationalised and funded

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directly from Government. More from our political

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reporter Sarah Sanderson. Pat Maguire has spoken out

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after he and his family chose to find residential care in Beverley

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in East Yorkshire for his But because of issues surrounding

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closures and suitability, his father-in-law had to be moved

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four times after initially settling While we can never prove it,

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we honestly believe that the moves that he had to undergo affected him

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and made his condition worse. Yes, they give money

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to local authorities but it's the Government,

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through taxation, that ought to be caring, just as we expect them

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to do for small children, the young, we ought to be providing

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the same level of care Funding issues have been blamed

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for a number of care homes And earlier this month,

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Jeremy Corbyn said a Labour Government would take failing

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private care homes into public ownership in order to maintain

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social care protection. But the Conservative MP

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for Beverley and Holderness says The Government's absolutely

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committed to getting this right. If you look on the ground

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in Beverley, despite the current problems, in the next few weeks

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we're going to see new places coming forward and over the next years

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I expect to see a much improved situation and the Government

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is playing its part in doing that. In a statement, the Department

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of Health says... that it recognises

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the pressures of an ageing population, which is why it

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announced nearly ?900 million of additional funding for adult

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social care over the next two years. It adds that the Prime Minister has

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made clear that this is not just about money and that they're working

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to find a long-term solution which helps councils learn from each

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other to raise standards. Meanwhile, for those who are dealing

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with and adult social care problems, that long-term solution can't

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come soon enough. -- current adult

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social care problems. I'll be asking for your views and

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comments in just a moment. Earlier I spoke to the Conservative

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MP for Beverley and Holderness, Graham Stuart and I asked him

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if it was acceptable for this gentleman to live in five

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care homes in a year. Well, I don't think anyone

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would like to see an elderly relative go through that and it's

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not good and it wouldn't Some councils are having to increase

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council tax by almost 5%. Is it fair to make the taxpayer foot

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the bill to deal with this adult social care crisis,

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which the Government must have Well, the taxpayer

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does pick up the bill. I'm talking about increasing council

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tax, some people paying up to 5%. Some taxpayers have

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got to pay for it. The Government is putting in another

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900 million over the next two years. There's the change, as you rightly

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say, to the social care That will bring in 200 million extra

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this year, 400 million next year. We've lost five care homes

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in just the last year Something needs to be done now

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to stop the water leaving the dam. Well, I think some care homes,

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if they're no longer fit for purpose, if they're too

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expensive to run, We've seen Westwood Park

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close, and Keldgate Manor In the next few weeks,

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we are going to have 70 places opening at Claremont

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House in Beverley. Parklands is going to be coming

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forward, another 79 places, and Keldgate Manor will be opening

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on a larger scale. So actually, if you just take

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the town of Beverley, we are losing places

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which were rather older and we're going to get

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state-of-the-art, modern care homes. The Local Government Association say

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reductions in funding for social care have increased the pressure

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and the financial burden on the NHS. That's the Local

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Government Association. They represent local government and,

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as we know, the LGA will always bang the drum for additional funding

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and support for local authorities. We have an ageing population,

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we have a vast deficit, as you know. And just briefly, Labour have

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suggested that adult social care Well, that's Jeremy

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Corbyn, isn't it? Just as they did in the 70s,

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nationalising failing industries instead of allowing them to be

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closed and reformed, instead of having what we have

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today, a transformed Failing care homes being

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nationalised, kept in aspic, we wouldn't get the investment,

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we wouldn't have the highest standards, we wouldn't

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have the innovation and improvements I think, as ever with Jeremy Corbyn,

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it's not just unpopular, We could talk about

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this for a long time. Is very emotive subject. I know you

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will have a view on this. What is your experience of adult social care

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locally? What do you think about Jeremy Corbyn's idea to nationalise

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it? Here's how to get in touch... And there will be coverage

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about care on this Guests include the Hull North MP

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Diana Johnson and Cleethorpes Plans to improve one of Hull's

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busiest roads will mean less traffic and new bridges -

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but it will be between five and seven years

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before the road is ready. The designs for the A63 which went

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on display to the public today, could also lead to more flooding

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on the road - but those behind them say they're putting measures

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in place to deal with that. Laura Foster has been

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looking at the plans What exactly do they

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want to do there? Well, they want to change the layout

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to speed it up for motorists. It might not look like there is a big

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problem at the moment but you ring rush over, it can be busy. It is

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because of the traffic lights that lines as part of the writ. Today,

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they have unveiled at these plans and released this video. It starts

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at the flyover and what they are looking at doing is widening the

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road, getting rid of the traffic lights and pedestrian crossings.

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They will change the junction. The roundabout will disappear and

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traffic will pass over the top. A63 traffic will pass underneath. They

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are also looking to build a bridge over the key. People at the

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exhibition today wanted to tell us what they thought of the plans.

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At the end of the day, there's going to be a long-term benefit.

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I think people would prefer that things were happening a lot more

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quickly than what they are going to be.

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I don't think it's the right solution.

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It's all alluvial ground that's been built up with peat

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and soil and river debris, so it will probably float.

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What have lorry drivers and other people who use the road regularly

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We have spoken to several lorry drivers and taxi drivers and

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hollowed funds # Firms. They say that they are in

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favour of what is being done today but that not enough is being done.

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They don't just stop when they are in a robbery that go beyond towards

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the docks. The fear is that they don't... It will create more

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traffic. There are also concerns about the gate junction. The plans

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to change that. That is just likely. The roundabout will do is appear and

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they will sink the A63. Doing that so close to the Humber worries

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people. Because the design is sinking

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the road seven metres, ground conditions, we have spent

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an awful lot of time with the contracters, carrying out very

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detailed ground investigations and The consultation on these plans runs

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for another two weeks But it'll be about two years before

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you'll see any work being done here. It will be at least five before

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anything is finished. Investigators are examining

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whether a fire at a semi-demolished Firefighters were sent

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to the Grand Central building on the seafront during the early

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hours of this morning. Crews were here from around

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about half three, four They have managed to extinguish most

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the fire but that but the problem The plan of action at the moment

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is to cordon off, keep the public away from the building,

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safe, and we can carry on the damping down process

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which we'll probably continue Culling of almost 20,000 turkeys has

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begun on a farm in Lincolnshire after bird flu was confirmed

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by Government officials. The farm close to Frithville

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near Boston has had a 3km exclusion It's the third farm in the county

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to deal with a bird flu outbreak Defra are investigating

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the cause of the latest case. A dog rescued from a designer puppy

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farm has given birth to four puppies Ruby, who's a Chihuahua cross,

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was kept in squalid conditions with no health check-ups,

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with 48 other dogs for breeding. RSPCA officers think

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she may have given birth Designer cross-breeds can earn

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criminals up to ?300 a time. Healthy and friendly, these puppies

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were saved from a poor start in life. Their mum was rescued from a

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puppy factory. If they had been born there, they would have had no

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objects and the bridges would have seen them as breeding machines.

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People get them to make money. They come here and say they've got a

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various different kinds of drugs. They are marketed as being something

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fabulous. -- they've got various kinds of dogs. Most of the time, you

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are getting a dog that has never been health checked, worms, seen a

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vet. When you do see it with a vet, the vet says that there are all

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sorts of problems. Some of these puppies can fetch around ?300. That

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is the problem with puppy farms. The kennel club estimates that 1.5

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million copies were sold in 2040. Nearly half the people that bought a

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puppy that you do not see it with its mother. Those but on the

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intranet or pet shops are four times more likely to suffer from the

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potentially fatal disease parvovirus. Puppy farming is enabled

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by the third party that is seeing the puppy. The majority of the

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people are a little and licensed. As long as the chain continues, puppy

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farming is enabled and it can only get worse. These dogs now on all

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have homes to go to and have been fully health checks. Those that buy

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puppies off a seller on the Internet to take the risk that it has come

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from a puppy farm like these ones. A good message for us. Thank you for

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joining us. A win over Manchester

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United gives Hull City And why ?3 million is needed

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to bring the world's oldest steam Isle Explorer took this at Owston

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Ferry.. Your male colleague called to his

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personal assistant this week. I think after the week that he has

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had, it's surprising that he has a job. He doesn't need assistance.

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I wonder if he will be sure on Monday!

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Doubtful, I think he has a training course. The good news is that it

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will not be as cold. That is the weekend as well as next week. The

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payoff is that there is a lot more cloud around producing rain.

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Temperatures are creeping up tonight. We could be in two double

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figures. We are being influenced by the warmer body of water that is

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full of freshness. -- pressures. The cloud today, the silver of rain is

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pushing into parts of Lincolnshire. We would have spells of friends

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through this evening and overnight. Once the first bit of rain is

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through, there will be further spells throughout the night. But it

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will not be as cold as it has been. A very mild body of a, motors and it

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hasn't. Sunrise in the morning at eight o'clock. The next high water

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will be at have a six in the morning. I'll be honest, it was be

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very nice tomorrow morning, a lot of clouds and outbreaks of rain and

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drizzle. An improvement through the day but it will be slow. We will not

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disease and writer. Less rain. -- we will start to see less rain. Some

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cloud tomorrow but not until after this sunset. -- some cloud breaks.

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The temperatures will feel nicer than this week. Some uncertainty

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about Sunday but it looks like it will start off on a nice start. The

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rain will push into the cause of the day. Double figures as we make our

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way into next week. Mild but unsettled. The mind boggles as to

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what the cause is about! Thank you for the tweets that you

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said in last night about the mistake.

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night in the League Cup. over Manchester United last

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They won the match at the Kcom Stadium 2-1,

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but they lost the tie over two legs, meaning

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Last night's win has given them hope they can avoid relegation

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Our sports reporter Simon Clark has been assessing their chances under

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He's been in Hull just three weeks but what an impact Marco Silva

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The Portuguse boss oversaw a first win over

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The Tigers struck first with a penalty - a tug

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Tom Huddlestone didn't need asking twice.

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Huddlestone, excellent all night, was inadvertantly at fault

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for the Manchester United equaliser, Paul Pogba with it.

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Before the sweetest move of the night, and even the season,

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brought Omar Niasse a splendid winner -

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not enough to take them through to Wembley on aggreate but,

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Promising signs under Marco Silva but again you've just got to say

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They don't play like that in the Premier League,

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They need to, like, play like that all the time.

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They might struggle to stay up but they might just do it.

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We need to think one game, step-by-step.

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One game, then the next game, training during the week

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It's impossible for us to think about the next one

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One leading football journalist believes Silva's Tigers

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He's operating on a wafer-thin squad at the moment, Marco.

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He needs to bring in another three or four before

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If they're anything like the quality of the players he's brought

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in already, I think they're in for a good second

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Well, this has been a curious week for Hull City, having sold

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Jake Livermore for ?10 million and, another star performer,

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Robert Snodgrass looks like he's going for a similar amount.

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Yet Hull City end the week having beating Manchester United,

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albeit in a vain attempt to get to Wembley.

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And whisper it quietly amongst fans and players alike,

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there is a genuine belief that this team could actually avoid the drop

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Lincoln City manager Danny Cowley has praised the club's fans ahead

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of their FA Cup fourth-round tie against Brighton tomorrow.

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Hundreds of fans have queued for tickets this week

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and Danny Cowley says they've played an important role in the club's

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Last night we asked for your thoughts as ambulance response times

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could be relaxed for some urgent calls in East Yorkshire.

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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, re-categorised as not needing

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Thanks for all of the e-mails, texts and tweets. Your son. -- here are

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some. The crew of the new Skegness

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lifeboat say its like swapping The Shannon-class lifeboat

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will arrive at her new home But before they began

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the journey to Lincolnshire, Phillip Norton joined the crew

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on the south coast as they trained on their new vessel

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for this special report. It is nine o'clock in the morning

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at the RNLI headquarters in Poole. Amid thick fog, the Skegness

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lifeboat crew are heading out We're going to come out,

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outside the harbour area and we will do some routine

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exercises, some drills. While visibility is down to a few

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metres, Will has a new piece of kit Anyone of us can link

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into the radar page. Rather than having one set

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of eyes on, we can have as many as what is needed

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on the raider itself. This Shannon-class lifeboat

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will replace the Mersey-class lifeboat which has been based

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in Skegness since 1990. This is the survivor's cabin. It

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takes six people. It is much more comfortable and secure than the

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previous one. It has been paid for thanks

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to a ?1.5 million donation from former crewman,

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the late Joel Grunnill It can achieve 25 knots out

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on the sea as opposed to 15 knots. It has an increased range,

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an extra 70 miles on rescues and is much quicker and easier

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to launch from the station. We're lucky to have her. She is

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driven by two jets, whereas the previous was driven by two

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propellers. She behaved differently. As you would expect.

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As we head further out, there is a problem.

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It is a training scenario but time to put well

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We are using the equipment, training on here as much

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With faster jet-propulsioned engines rather than propellers,

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even the crew seats have suspension, it is a far cry from the hours

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of rowing many Grunnills and other lifeboatmen

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It is like going from a Ford Escort to a Ferrari.

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Joel was always proud that he had a photograph when he was three,

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stood with a collecting box collecting money for the lifeboats

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and he has been doing it even now he's passed on.

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Today the Joel and April Grunnill is continuing her journey up

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She will arrive at her new home in Skegness tomorrow.

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If you're in the desert, look out for the boat tomorrow at lunchtime.

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We wish the best to the Skegness RNLI crew.

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A campaign to raise ?3 million has been launched to return

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the world's oldest surviving steam trawler to Hull.

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The Viola is currently rusting on a beach in South Georgia -

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but enthusiasts hope to raise the money needed by

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7000 miles from the Humber - the Viola has been rusting

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on the shores of South Georgia for decades.

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Once a Hull fishing trawler, enthusiasts have now launched

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a fundraising campaign to raise the ?3 million needed

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This is a remarkable show. Not only was it on the front line of the

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Great War for four years. It tells you very much the story of fishermen

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and people from Hull. For the men from Hull and families.

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One was George William Tharratt, skipper of the Viola from 1912.

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His son Eric and granddaughter Pat have only recently found out

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about George's connection with the ship.

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But have become the first to donate to the campaign to bring her home.

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That trial of being born in Beverly and sailing from Hull, it's a great

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thing to happen. I think that they were very, very brave men. We have

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every right to be proud of them and the fact that my father was a part

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of that. -- my grandfather was a part of that. It's fascinating.

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Surveyors have carried out two studies of the Viola -

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and campaigners now believe it's possible to bring her back to Hull.

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With permissions in place - the team now need to raise the money

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for recovery and restoration, and hope to do it by

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So how would you feel about the shipper with tanning. They think it

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might happen by the end of the year. It would be great to get it back in

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Hull, was wouldn't it? If you have an idea of a story we should cover,

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give me a call. Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines. Theresa May has arrived

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at the White House - the first foreign leader

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to meet President Trump. who has dementia is moved to four

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different care homes in a year. Tomorrow's weather -

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a cloudy start to the day with outbreaks of rain

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through the morning. Tending to improve later

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and feeling less cold with a maximum

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temperature of 7 Celsius. Talking about the funding of social

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care, one viewer says that it should be out of the hands of private

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profit. Margaret says that she is disgusted at the constant claim on

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the elderly population. The Government required to take the tax

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from ours during our working life. Obviously no preparation for the

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elderly care. Another viewer says that it is absolutely right to

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nationalise the care of the elderly, take out the profit element. Have a

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good weekend, peaceful weekend, see you on Monday.

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We know you understand the risks associated with your pregnancy.

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Because I'm smaller, people think my hopes are not so great.

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You know what it's like when help is needed. You just jump in.

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Are you saying that he's stalking you now?

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