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That's Newsnight with Emily. Here on BBC

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The headlines from BBC Look North this Thursday night.

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She walked her daughter to school and vanished.

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Police appeal to Polish people for help.

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The fight to save a Hull mural - campaigners say they won't give up

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The oldest surviving public record - the Domesday Book, on display

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And the gardeners amongst you will be pleased to know there is some

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rain in the forecast. I will be back later with the details.

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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 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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To make that appeal, they approached us to ask

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that we run our report with Polish subtitles.

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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 1pm.

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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 bit of 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,

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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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But with her husband and two daughters growing increasingly

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concerned for Renata's safety, Humberside Police are now appealing

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directly to Hull's Polish community to help them find her -

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more than two weeks on since her disappearance.

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A memorial service to mark the anniversary of the Bradford City

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fire has been attended by hundreds of people.

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54 Bradford fans and two Lincoln City supporters

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died in the disaster at Valley Parade in 1985.

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This morning, relatives of those who died joined fans and the mayors

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of both cities in Bradford for the service.

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Every election campaign, all the political parties set

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out their promises to the public in a manifesto.

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None of them have been published yet,

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This, though, is yours - the five things that you told us

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It involves foreign aid, the NHS, immigration,

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Tim Iredale has been seeing what people in Brigg make of it.

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Roll up, roll up to the People's Manifesto!

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A place where people always seem to have strong opinions.

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So what do voters here think about our people's manifesto?

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Scrap foreign aid, should be scrap foreign aid?

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I don't know about stopping it altogether, I think

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we should concentrate on more in our own country.

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I think it is virtually on its knees.

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It needs something doing to it, either a major overhaul,

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injection of cash, something because we are going to end up

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Should we have quick Brexit to control immigration?

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Instead of being a trading bloc, it became a political

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And this thing about controlling immigration, I don't think

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we should say no immigration, I think we should say let's have

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Do we need a fairer deal for pensioners?

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A lot of pensioners are on their own and they don't see people and a lot

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of them struggle to have the heating on in the winter.

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A lot of people complain about care homes closing down,

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the cost of them, people having to sell their houses...

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More than 2,000 people have put their name to a petition calling

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Campaigners want this mural - The Three Ships - on the side

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of the now empty BHS building, to get listed status.

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Even though the Department for Culture declared last year

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that it wasn't a good enough example of post-war public art.

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I asked Leigh Bird from the Hull Heritage Action Group

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Well, I think there are a number of reasons.

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First and foremost, it is not a shop front.

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It is the largest mural in England and it is not

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only the mural outside, there's also the mural

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Is it because it has been done by Alan Boyson,

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the artist, or is it because you think it beautiful?

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He did a lot of artworks post-war but I think aesthetically,

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it is a beautiful piece but it also ties in to our history

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as a city after the war and our fishing heritage, too.

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A lot of people love it, they have signed this petition.

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A lot of people think it is an eyesore and couldn't care less.

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Bob here on the Hull Daily Mail website, "The people wanted listing

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are typical of folks living in the past.

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It is an eyesore, blotting the landscape."

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I think the mural is a real marmite thing.

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And clearly, we are on the love side.

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Everybody is entitled to their opinion but in a lot

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of people are speaking out about how much they love it, not just

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because of its aesthetics, but it's important to the city

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and is links as a landmark and as an important...

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What was your reaction to the Department of Culture

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who rejected your application for listed status?

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I think it is surprising, because only last year they cited

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that they were going to take special care of post-war public

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And this is a prime example of one of those things.

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In a word, can it be saved? Yes or no?

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Absolutely. And we are fighting for that.

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Leigh, very good to talk to you. Thank you for coming in.

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We would be keen to know what you think.

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The oldest surviving public record - the Domesday Book -

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It's the first time that the priceless book documenting

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medieval Britain has ever gone on display outside London.

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It has to be kept in a vault under strict climate controls.

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But our culture correspondent Anne-Marie Tasker has

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Even if you know nothing about history, you have probably

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More than 900 years old and listing towns and villages still here today,

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Britain's earliest public record is being prepared

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It gives us a unique window on English society both before

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We can see the incredible changes that the Norman conquest

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It is an important document, difficult to overstate its important

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The Domesday Book was compiled from 1085 to 1086.

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It is a survey of the country ordered by King

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Its two million words list the taxable value of the land,

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livestock and building in his new kingdom.

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This is one of the pages from Lincolnshire, painting

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a picture of life in the county more than 900 years ago.

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

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The noise you may be able to hear if the temperature

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and humidity control, ensuring this priceless document

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It will not crumble into pieces in front of our eyes,

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although there are reports of parchment that does almost

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But having it under control conditions mean that we prolong

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The Domesday Book will go on show in the state-of-the-art Magna Carta

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vault inside the castle built for William the Conqueror himself.

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It's really significant for Lincoln Castle, the city

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It has never been outside London on public display.

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This is a one-off occasion, an unmissable events to witness

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The Domesday Book's visit is part of commemorations

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of the Battle of Lincoln Fair, 800 years ago this month.

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

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Anne-Marie Tasker, BBC Look North at the National Archives in London.

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And the Domesday Book will be at the castle in Lincoln

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at the end of this month over the Bank Holiday weekend.

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And then for a couple of months afterwards. Let's get the forecast

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for Friday and the weekend. The for Friday and the weekend. The

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details from Keeley. Some rain in the forecast, over the

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next few days. The most useful rain will be Saturday night into Sunday.

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Cloud continuing to thicken and spill in from the south. It will not

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be as cold as last night. There will be more cloud around tomorrow, still

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some bright, sunny spells. A few some bright, sunny spells. A few

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midfield to the day. A few showers, hit and miss. -- a humid feel.

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Temperatures similar today. Sunshine and showers for Sunday.

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We are back in the morning on BBC One with summaries in Breakfast at

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6:25am. We want to see the economy

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work for everybody, not Now the weather.

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, yes a humid dead. We have had photographs of the

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