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and on BBC One, we now join so it's goodbye from me -

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Good evening and welcome to BBC Look North.

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Two weeks ago, this mother dropped her daughter at school -

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Police appeal to Polish people for help.

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Her husband is obviously concerned. We are concerned about her safety,

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we don't know where she is. The politicians have theirs -

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but here's yours. We reveal what your priorities

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are for the General Election. The caravan park where neighbours

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have to tell each other when they shower to stop

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the water running out. We are trying to work out different

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times when less people are using the shower or washing machine.

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The oldest surviving public record - the Domesday book.

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On display for the first time outside London.

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The deer rampage down a busy town centre.

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We had 19 degrees in Lincoln today. A risk of showers tomorrow, join me

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for the detailed forecast. Over the next few days, the main

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political parties will be launching Four weeks today voting will be

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underway in the general election. You have been telling us

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what pledges you want to hear Kate Sweeting is here

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and she has been looking We've had hundreds of suggestions

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from you and we've read them all. But here is your people's manifesto,

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a list of the five most Number one: Scrap foreign aid,

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that's the money we spend to help The government sent ?13 billion

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pounds abroad in the last year - Lots of you wanted to see this

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stopped or reduced and the money spent elsewhere -

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that was the view of Eric from Hull There are greater things at home for

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it to be spent on. I am not convinced that the money sent abroad

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is spent on the right things. The second most common suggestion

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was More funding for the NHS - lots of you suggested that

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could come from things Number three was a quick Brexit

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to control immigration. That was the view of Mark

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in Beverley who sent us this mobile We need to get Brexit sorted first

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as no party can get anything sorted first until it is sorted and

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exceeding the public demands of curbing immigration.

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Next was a fairer deal for all pensioners -

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Pat from Woodall Spa got in touch about this.

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Many women born in the 19 50s and have got no -- had no advance notice

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of the change in their pension age. Any finally you wanted

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better social care - so more support for the disabled

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and elderly in particular. We heard from Maddie Jobson, who's

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mother was verbally abused in care. It's terrible to think of all these

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people who have worked hard and paid into the system, fighting for basic

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care. We'll now put these points

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to the candidates campaigning for your votes, to see

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where they stand on these issues. Over the next few days, the main

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political parties will be launching We've already had a taster

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of Labour's election manifesto Our political editor Tim Iredale has

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been in Brigg for us today and he put our People's Manifesto

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to voters in the North A place where people always seem

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to have strong opinions. So what do voters here think

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about our people's manifesto? Scrap foreign aid, should

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be scrap foreign aid? I don't know about stopping

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it altogether, I think we should concentrate on more

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in our own country. I think it is virtually

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on its knees. It needs something doing to it,

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either a major overhaul, injection of cash, something

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because we are going to end up Should we have quick Brexit

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to control immigration? Instead of being a trading bloc,

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it became a political And this thing about controlling

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immigration, I don't think we should say no immigration,

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I think we should say less Do we need a fairer

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deal for pensioners? A lot of pensioners are on their own

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and they don't see people and a lot of them struggle to have the heating

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on in the winter. A lot of people complain about care

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homes, the cost of them, people We've heard what some voters

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in East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire care about in this election

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and we now know the candidates Yes, we do. If you are at home

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saying I could be an MP, I could be in Westminster and sit in the House

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of Commons and possibly become the new Prime Minister, you're too late

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for this election at least. Because nominations have now closed ahead of

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the general election on June the 8th. That means we will know exactly

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how many candidates are standing in each constituency and, crucially,

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who will be standing. We hope to be getting to know those candidates

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better over the coming weeks. I would always argue that elections

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are about the people, not the politicians. That is why the

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People's Manifesto is so important. We hope to be holding all the

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candidates and party leaders to account because if they come to our

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patch and say that they hope to cut immigration or put more money into

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the NHS, we will be asking them how they intend to do that, where they

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will get the extra money. An interesting few weeks ahead. Don't

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forget you can get full up-to-date coverage of the general election on

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the BBC election website. Tim, thank you very much indeed. If

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you have a story tonight related to the People's Manifesto pledges, or

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perhaps a view about the NHS or Brexit, get in touch with us now.

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Police are looking for a mum from Hull who dropped her daughter

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off at school last month and then disappeared without a trace.

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Officers say they're appealing to the Polish community to help

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find Renata Antczak, who they think may be overseas.

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They ask us to put Polish subtitles on the following report.

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Renata Antczak has been missing for more than two weeks now,

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and the police are calling on Hull's Polish-speaking

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And they've asked officers in Poland to investigate any possibility

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The 49-year-old lawyer was last seen on the 25th of April having dropped

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off her youngest daughter at Hull's Broadacre Primary School

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She then returned to her home at Beamsley Way in Kingswood,

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which her husband said she left on foot at around one

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Police say that they "have no indication of where

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she was going at that time", but that she was apparently

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We've done quite a big investigation both in the Hull area

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and across in Poland where she's originally from.

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Within the UK we've done relevant searches, and the Polish authorities

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are helping us check addresses in Poland that she's linked to.

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So far at this stage there's no indication where she might be.

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Is there any suggestion this could be suspicious?

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There's nothing at all at this stage which indicates anything

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daughters growing increasingly concerned for Renata's safety,

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Humberside Police are now appealing directly to Hull's Polish community

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to help them find her - more than two weeks

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It goes without saying that we will follow that story and if there are

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any developments, we will let you know.

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There has been a memorial about the people who died in the fire at

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Bradford. Members of a cricket club near Hull

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say they're devastated after a suspected arson attack

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destroyed their pavilion The lawn mowers owned

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by the Skirlaugh club were saved, but the main wooden building

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and hundreds of pounds' worth of cricket equipment was destroyed,

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just a few weeks into the season. It's also just a few days before

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the annual "party in the park" is due to take place

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on the playing fields. Well, we were shattered,

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absolutely shattered, because we have had one or two

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little bits of arson with kids at the back,

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but when I came last night it was absolutely ablaze,

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flames flying up in the air. Ten helmets ruined and about ten

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bats, and you're talking about ?140, ?180 a bat, all that's gone,

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and the pads, and it People living on a chalet park

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in East Yorkshire say their water pressure has been little more

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than a dribble for six months. And that's the pressure

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we have to work with. Matthew and his wife Michelle have

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had this problem for months. They can't rely on the water supply

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- which means their shower, boiler, sinks and toilet work for only some

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of the time. Matt goes to the shops and buys that

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every other day because there just isn't the water there,

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whether it's drinking Sometimes it works, sometimes it

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doesn't. And it affects the neighbours, as well.

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Next door, Jack is taking matters into his own hands.

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He fills up the water tank for his caravan

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So he knows he can have a shower when the water cuts out.

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One minute you got what are coming through, the next minute you have

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But they are not doing anything about it.

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Yorkshire Water says the problem isn't with them -

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the water pressure's fine until it gets to the caravan site.

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So residents have been asking the company that

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runs the site to fix it - without success.

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How bad does it need to get before we get a response? We are all trying

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to work out different times when less people are using the shower or

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washing machine. You couldn't dream of washing your car or water in your

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garden. There is in the water pressure and if there is, it is

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detrimental to the next person along the line.

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us that the problem has existed at the site for many years before

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Tingdene were not initially aware of the water pressure issue,

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however, having been made aware of the issue we have instructed

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a number of independent experts to monitor the infrastructure system

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Once their investigations have been concluded,

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we will be presented with various options to rectify any

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In the meantime, residents - who have been complaining

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about the issue for more than six months - say their

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You may want to comment as well, a shallow part where you are. Here's

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the e-mail address. The Domesday Book -

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is going on show in Lincoln - the first time it's ever been

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displayed outside London. The priceless book has to be

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kept in a vault under But our culture correspondent

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Anne-Marie Tasker has been The Domesday book lists early towns.

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It is coming to Lincoln. It gives us a unique window on English society

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both before the Norman conquest and after. We can see the incredible

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changes that the Norman conquest wart on English society. It is an

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important document, difficult to overstate its important in

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understanding medieval England. It is a survey of the country ordered

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by King William the Congress. Its 2 million words list the taxable value

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of the land, livestock and building in his new Kingdom. This is one of

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the pictures about Lincolnshire, painting a picture of the County 900

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years ago. To see the book out of its protective case is incredibly

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rare. The noise you maybe able to hear if the temperature and humidity

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control, ensuring this priceless document not disintegrate. It will

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not crumble in front of our eyes, although parchment can spontaneously

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degrade. But having it under control conditions mean that we prolong its

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life for as long as possible. The Domesday book will go on show in the

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state-of-the-art Magna Carta vault inside the castle built for winning

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the contract himself. It's really significant for Lincoln Castle and

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the County of Lincolnshire. It has never been outside London on public

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display. This is a one-off occasion, and unmissable events to witness.

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King William's Domesday book. The visit is part of commemorations of

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the Battle of Lincoln fair, 800 years ago this month. A

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once-in-a-lifetime chance to see Britain's earliest and best known

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public record. I'm surprised she was allowed to

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touch it without those gloves they normally wear! If you want to see

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it, it goes on display at the end of this month, over the bank holiday

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month. Weekend. The deer rampaging down a busy

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North East Lincolnshire street. It's unbelievable, because as not

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everyday you see like that! I wondered where you came from. I went

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stairs to rerun the video and there was! -- I went upstairs.

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Listeria news coming up in a moment. The nice's photograph. -- Lewis dear

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news. The nice's photograph. Recently, there have been a few

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e-mails on the same lines, what is wrong, Paul Hudson four nights a

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week! They have noticed you have stepped up your workload!

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I am exhausted, doing a four-day week. I must place in golf tomorrow

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to make up. This came from Tim, in Redding.

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What is it doing watching in Redding?

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And the CNET programme, it's rubbish! -- have you seen their

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programme, it's rubbish. Let's look at the headlines for the

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next 24 hours. There will be more cloud around. A risk of showers.

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Many of us are wanting rain in the garden. There is the risk of a

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shower, but scattered. Low-pressure drifting up from the near continent.

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Saturday night, this may bring a short spell of rain to East

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Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. Sunday a day of sunny spells and scattered

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showers. We have had temperatures of 90 degrees in Lincoln today. We are

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seeing more cloud now pushing up from the south. There are one or two

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macro showers pushing up. It will remain fine and dry and bright this

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evening. Generally overnight, these are the temperatures. The sun rises

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at these times in the mornings and here are your high water times.

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There will be some bright or sunny spells around tomorrow. Generally

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speaking, we will notice more in the way of cloud. Fit enough to produce

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showers at any time but particularly later on. They could be heavy with

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the odd clap of thunder. Really hit and miss features. In the meantime,

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quite humid air from the near continent. A little fresher on

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Saturday when it is bright with sunshine. A short spell of rain on

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Saturday night. Sunday looks like a day of scattered showers. Mostly dry

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on Monday. That is the forecast. If your hair a sign you forgot to

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brush its? I went to the hairdressers on

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Saturday and I should ask for my money back.

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Good night! See you tomorrow. If you're driving around the streets

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of North East Lincolnshire you're being warned to be careful

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of wild deer. As one woman drove down

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Humberston Avenue in Grimsby last night, a deer went

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through the windscreen of her car Another one was spotted running down

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Freeman Street in the town, from where our environment

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correspondent Paul Murphy The question is, why is this

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happening? This time of year, there were a lot of dear wandering around,

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young deer especially. It is believed that building work on the

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outskirts of Grimsby called her -- could have displaced a whole herd of

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deer. They are going into urban areas including Freeman Street where

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a deer was caught on social media. To the bemusement and surprise of

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people in the local pub who must have wondered if there was something

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in the beer. It was quite shocking, unbelievable when we saw the video.

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I thought it was funny. At first, I fall back on the real, I thought

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somebody had dressed up, like a prank. I first saw it on Facebook

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and I couldn't believe my eyes. Would you say, anyone is welcome! I

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went upstairs to rewind the video and there it was, I couldn't believe

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it! It is pretty sobering to think that on average, every year, around

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74,000 deer die on the UK's roads. There are 450 deer- related road

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accidents and several people are killed. So the warning from the

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authorities generally and for this part of North East Lincolnshire at

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the moment, is for motorists to take extra care particularly later night

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and early in the morning when these road here are particularly active.

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-- when these deer are particularly active.

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The former chairman of Hull KR and one of Hull's

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best known solicitors, Max Gold - has died aged 72.

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Max was also a leading member of the city's Jewish community -

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he's seen here in March this year, at an event celebrating

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Tributes have been paid after he passed away

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He was always out there to bring people together and he did

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it in his three areas, both in being a sports person,

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as a rugby player himself, and both with utilising his skills

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as a lawyer, as a solicitor, and more importantly

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for the Jewish community, he was the pillar of our community.

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Remembering Max Gold, who has died at the age of 72.

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Hull's new central fire station has been officially opened this morning.

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Humberside Fire and Rescue say the site on Spring Street is much

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better suited to the needs of a modern service.

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It replaces the original Central Station, beside Hull New Theatre,

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We go to a much more diverse number of calls.

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Pleasingly, the number of fires and those type of emergencies

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But as people in Hull know, we are now working closely with our

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partners in the Ambulance Service and the health sector to give a much

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And it's these facilities that allow those sort of things to happen.

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Thanks to everyone who got in touch after we spoke about two speed

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cameras in Lincolnshire which have generated more money than any

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As always on a Thursday, with details of what you can do

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in the UK City of Culture, Here's Kofi Smiles.

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This is the historic week that Hull's Holy Trinity Church

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Everyone is invited to an open-air ceremony here at Trinity Square

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Meanwhile, just around the corner, the high street is going to be

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turned into a medieval market for international Hanse Day.

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It's also an amazing week for cinema.

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All this weekend, the Doc 'n' Roll Festival, in partnership

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with Hull Independent Cinema brings you the best in under the radar

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On Monday, 1980s classic Ferris Bueller's Day Off

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On Tuesday, there is a chance to see the Oscar-nominated documentary

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and next Thursday, Pride in Hull presents The Handmaiden handmaiden

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by legendary Korean director Park Chan-Wook.

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If you are a fan of dance, do not miss Transgressions, this weekend.

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There are several performances all around the city centre

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And Challenge Hull want us to play musical statues.

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Post your epic freeze-frames to social media using

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I could have done the lying on the pavement with my legs in the air,

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but I was busy! And if you want to see more

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from this year so far, Let's get a recap of the national

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and regional headlines. Public ownership of the railways and

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Royal Mail, Jeremy Corbyn spells out Labour's offered to the electorate.

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The mother not seen since dropping off her daughter at school two weeks

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ago. Police appealed to the Polish community for help.

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Showers later on tomorrow, top temperatures getting up to 18

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Celsius. Comments on the manifesto, all I ask

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is that our rules are ours and not run by another European country.

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We have to improve funding for education to make the most of new

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opportunities arising from technology and enable investment in

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our services. Just stop the women of -- foreigners

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does -- just stop the people with criminal records coming in.

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The priority is to secure the economy and make sure there is no

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exodus of the financial services because this could be detrimental.

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Thank you for all of these coming in. Not just now, but all that have

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come in for the manifesto. Join me later on for more on the stories and

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also the campaign to save the mural on the BHS building. Goodbye for

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now.

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