19/01/2017 Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)


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me now on BBC Two. That's Newsnight with Emily in

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Washington. A rise in crime across

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East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, with violent crime in the Humberside

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area up by a quarter. People are trying to

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help us where they can, but you feel that they are limited

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with what they can do Farmers say they want the Government

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to let them know how they're going to make up

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for lost EU subsidies. We need to make sure from the

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Government that we know where we are common at we know where were going

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and the we're going to invest in our businesses. And the weather is on a

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continuum of the next few days, we might season sunshine. -- the

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weather is going to continue over the next few days, we might see some

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sunshine. There's been a sharp rise in crime

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in the Humberside Police force area. which is the same as the national

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increase, but there's also been The Police and Crime Commissioner

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wants to put more police on the streets to deal

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with the problem. The climb on top of him. You can see

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whether footmarks. That fact they climb on top of here.

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James is pretty much at the end of his tether.

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Gangs of youths aged from 11 years old have made his

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His CCTV system being the focus of their attention,

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one boy can be seen trying to break the camera while his friend captures

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Another night, two youths try their best

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This petty crime is damaging his business.

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We know another of regular customers and users for a long time

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are telling us they are too afraid to come in now.

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Businesses all along this parade have been targetted.

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James certainly isn't surprised that crime figures are up.

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Number will run a number of launderettes across the city.

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Even last year, we have seen a spike in instances from

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petty crime and vandalism to serious theft and damage.

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So, you would say on the ground, yeah, we are feeling it.

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

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they are limited with what they can do.

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The Humberside force has seen the highest

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rise in crime levels, figures have risen

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in North Lincolnshire, Hull and the East Riding.

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Only North East Lincolnsihre has seen a fall of 4%.

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There's been a 2% rise in crime in the Lincolnshire force area.

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The biggest increases in the Humberside force region

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were in violent crime, a rise of 26%, this has been

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blamed partly on the way the figures are collated.

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Violent crime now includes offences committed over the internet.

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There has been a significant drop in drugs offences both

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in the Humberside force area and Lincolnshire.

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I don't think anyone should be scared by numbers on a

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Where people should feel rightly concerned is what their

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experiencing in their day-to-day life.

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One that for the time being they feel they are stuck with.

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Caroline Bilton, BBC Look North, Hull.

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Keith Hunter is the Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside.

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I asked him why there's been a big increase in violent crime.

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Violent crime is one of those where recording

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

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concerned about anything which affects the

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people who live in this area and crime is.

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People won't feel that who are watching.

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Even you don't see this as a success, why?

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Drug offences are generally found by police officers

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when they are investigating drugs or other offences.

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If the number of recorded drug offences goes down, it is

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because the police's attention is on other things.

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There is a growing fashion these days by some senior police officers

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and Home Office people to be sniffy at the public wanting more boots

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on the ground, saying it is old-fashioned.

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

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The thing is that people feel with a gut reaction that

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crime is there on the streets at the moment.

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What do you say to those people tonight?

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I'm trying represent them to get Humberside Police focusing on the

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issues that actually affect them in their

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A couple who fed drugs to a four year old child

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because she was inconveniencing their relationship have been

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Poppy Widdison from Grimsby died in 2013.

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Today, a judge told her mother Michaela Pyke and her ex partner

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John Ritting that they weren't fit to be parents.

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A court has heard that a Hornsea man accused of murdering a woman

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who replaced him as a stable hand hoped that "he might get his job

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60-year-old Fiona Southwell was stabbed 19 times

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Today the stepmother of 22-year-old Daniel Edwards told the jury

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that she told him not to "talk like that about a woman

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Daniel Edwards denies murder and the case continues.

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Farmers in Lincolnshire say they want the Government to make

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clear how EU subsidies will be replaced once we leave

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Ministers say that they will support agriculture, but there's concern

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Some farmers say they may be forced to turn to charity

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Last year, Richard planned to expand the pig sheds, on his small mixed

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?10,000 in EU subsidy didn't arrive on time in December 2015,

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We kept getting letters saying it will be paid in January or February.

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We got a partial payment and then another partial payment

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Unnecessary because we had not had our payment.

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Only a hand-out from a charity stopped richer from getting

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Tens of thousands of farmers experienced

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year,just when the price they could get for

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The RABI charity in Lincolnshire gave out more than ?91,941

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to farmers last year, a big rise.

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Last year was the pinnacle of a few bad years, I think.

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Everything was just coming together to create a

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time where people were really struggling.

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The Prime Minister's Brexit speech on Tuesday did not shed any more

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light on whether EU subsidies will continue after 2020.

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The NFU in Lincolnshire says clarity is needed on this and other

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Farming businessess plan a long way ahead.

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Investing in machinery, very expensive machinery.

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We need to make sure that with the Government we

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know where we are, what is coming and we can invest in our businesses

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and make sure the industry goes forward and we can go forward in a

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Most subsidies in the latest round of payments have

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Richard is still catching up on his bills from

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Here's hoping that after Brexit, it will still be

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Just how reliant are farmers on EU subsidies at the moment?

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We're talking about the largest EU farming subsidy; basic payments.

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More than 80,000 of our farms get it.

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Its calculated depending on the size and type of farm.

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There are conditions attached, with the idea of promoting

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environmentally friendly agriculture.

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Farmers don't want to have to rely on it, but many do,

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especially in years like 2016 when prices were really low,

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so they might be losing money producing some things.

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Farming requires planning years ahead so the NFU hopes to hear more

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on the government's thinking on the post-Brexit future

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Some are also welcoming this as an opportunity to review how

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It's been revealed that the blade sculpture which is sited

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in Hull City Centre as part of City of Culture Celebrations doesn't have

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Officials have confirmed the story which appeared

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They will now apply for approval to the council to leave

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A plane which flew missions from Lincolnshire in the cold war

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and the Falklands War is to be put into storage.

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The Vulcan has been housed at Robin Hood Airport,

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but public tours of the plane will now stop as the lease has

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The quiet weather looks set to continue over the next few days.

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Next over the southern parts of Lincolnshire. Mist or and murk

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overnight. It will be cooler. Right on the boundary of the really cool,

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clear air. A touch of frost in southern parts of Lincolnshire. Mist

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or fog elsewhere. Cloudy temperatures. Bid of cloudy

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temperatures. The cloud will be nibbled away from the south. We

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should season sunshine across Lincolnshire. Always that bit more

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cloud. The club breaks in the north for some temperatures in the north

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getting up to about 7 degrees. Quiet weather will continue into the week.

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A bit drizzly on Saturday. That is it for us. Thank you for

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watching. We'll be back tomorrow morning. Join me then if you can.

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looks as though we can, a bit more cloud on Sunday. Now the national

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picture. Good evening, it will gradually get

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colder in the UK in the next few days, something we don't have to

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worry about in Australia at this time of year. Of course it's the

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Australian tennis open at the moment and there's a big storm moving

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through Melbourne at the moment. Hopefully it will have cleared

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through by the time of Andy Murray's match. We have high withers and

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light winds and some interesting contrasts despite things being very

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slow moving, with the sunshine to the south of the weather zone but

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stuck underneath the weather zone, it's been another miserably grey

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day. No doubt quite dreary with some patches of drizzle. This is how it

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looked in Staffordshire, under the weather front. In the sunshine,

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despite the

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