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The headlines from BBC Look North this Tuesday lunchtime.
The Army veteran facing a ?4,000 medical bill because the NHS
says he wasn't entitled to free treatment.
It's disgusting that they still think I am an overseas
Businessed report a boost in New Year's takings as foreign
visitors come to Hull for the City of Culture celebrations.
And a sweet start to the New Year - the children taking part
An Army veteran from Lincolnshire says he's disgusted after getting
a bill for more than ?4,000 from the NHS for treatment
Malcolm Roberts from Scotter says although he was born
and raised in the UK, an error by Doncaster Hospital Trust
means they think he's a health care tourist.
After serving his country in the Army for more than 22 years,
all over the world, including the Falklands, Malcolm Roberts
seen here on the right was hoping for a quiet retirement
in Lincolnshire but after receiving treatment for his Crohn's disease
at Doncaster Hospital, Malcolm received a bill for the last
I didn't think that being a UK resident, an Army veteran.
I've paid all my taxes and everything else,
that I would get a bill from the NHS for treatment to which I am
Malcolm says he sent proof of his UK citizenship to the NHS
and is now awaiting a response but after ringing the hospital
to discuss the bill, he says he was told it was correct
and he was to pay it by the middle of this month.
It's disgusting the way they have treated me and it's disgusting that
in spite of the information that I have given to them
that they still think I am an overseas visitor and have to pay.
Anybody who lives in the UK permanently is exempt
That includes migrant workers from Europe and full-time students.
Malcolm says he has plenty of support from his local Army
veterans breakfast club but he is concerned that for some
veterans and unexpected like his could cause severe stress.
Kate Sweeting, BBC Look North in Scotter in Lincolnshire.
The Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals trust have told us
that they stick to the Department of Health's guidelines to check
that patients are eligible for treatment in order to manage
They say patients receive letters asking them to prove their residency
and if these aren't responded to patients will get an invoice
A man who says he was abused by a wealthy Lincolnshire land owner
says he hopes his case will help others affected by
Police have reopened an investigation into Gordon Dawson.
The farmer from Dalby near Spilsby was found dead with gun shot
wounds in 2007 just hours after being confronted
A campaign's been launched for the last British
Friends of George "Johnny Johnson" who was born near Horncastle,
want him to be given a knighthood for his bravery
The Dambusters flew from RAF Scampton and are honoured
at the Bomber Command Centre near Lincoln.
Businesses in Hull city centre said they saw a boost in takings at the
City Of Culture event. Some hotels said they were busy than normal as
60,000 people saw the huge fireworks display on New Year's Day.
Hull was promised a bank on January one and the new City Of Culture
sparked plenty of media attention but not all the headlines were
positive. This morning many of the city's traders only had good news to
report. We have seen an increase in footfall, people visiting, the new
fruit market regeneration and we had people in this morning from Swansea
for the three days because of City Of Culture. It is the busiest we
have seen, it is really great. It has given the title three years ago
the local council said it expected event would bring a ?60 million
boost to the local economy. Traders here at the marina, things have got
off to a good start in 2017. Last night crowds continued to watch
moments of Hull's past projected onto the buildings. The popularity
of made in Hull. We did not need of made in Hull. We did not need
City Of Culture. It is telling the world what we have already known.
The secret is out. They can come and share it with us, it is no longer
just ours, we are sharing it with the world. The interest in the
installations which are here until Saturday is benefiting local
business. The feedback last night, and they have done the walk. We have
people who are coming back with relatives at the weekend. It is all
just, it is fantastic. It is wonderful. It is hoped the title
would make Hull a prime visitor destination. Organisers say more
than 60,000 people have been to see what the city has two offer.
30 areas of England, including towns in Lincolnshire,
are to get Government funding to help build new homes
Ministers say work will begin on thousands of properties this year
and they'll be sold to first-time buyers aged between 23 and 40
The first of the homes are expected to go on sale next year.
Dozens of school children in East Yorkshire have taken
part in the centuries old tradition of scrambling.
Shop keepers throw sweets and coins in to the street which local
The annual event is thought to date back to the 1700s.
A shoulder of mutton, a crown to spend.
A traditional rhyme that shopkeepers reward with sweet and coins.
It's a ritual repeated up-and-down Driffield High Street.
They throw money and sweets and we just grab it.
I've got loads of sweets and it's been really fun.
A shoulder of mutton, and a crown to spend.
It is thought to have started in the 1800s,
It's all about the community, it's all about shopkeepers giving
back to the community for local spend.
I think it's absolutely wonderful, we should keep it going,
It's special to Driffield and Driffield is a special town.
We have been here for 25 years and over the 25 years they have
The sweets on offer may have changed a bit over the years
but the enthusiasm for the annual scramble is as great as ever.
Katy Austin, BBC Look North, in Driffield.
Now a look at the weather forecast with Keeley Donovan.
The main story being there is a lot of dry weather about but there
will also be a lot of cloud around as well.
Here is the satellite picture from earlier.
You can see all the cloud across the UK, always
We are in the best place to get some brightness.
Do not be surprised if the sun doesn't come out every now
The breeze will be moderate from the west.
Quiet conditions but crucially it will be dry.
Temperatures about average for the time of year,
getting up to around six or seven degrees.
Through this evening and overnight, we are going to see milder air
pushing from the north, not as cold as last night.
Still a lot of cloud overnight producing a few showers especially
for the coast later and it is along the coast which will really
become windy overnight, strong and gusty winds developing
for tomorrow and as you can see temperatures down
Still some cloud around but it will develop into a lovely
day, plenty of sunshine, just the odd shower clipping
the coast and it really will feel raw along the coastline
with a strong and gusty breeze coming down from the north-west.
Temperatures five or six degrees. Plenty of sunshine.
A frost to start the day on Thursday and really quite cold but below
freezing in quite few rural spots, plenty of sunshine once again.
That is it. Peter will be back at 6:30pm. Have a good afternoon and we
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