11/01/2017 Look North (North East and Cumbria)


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Hello, and welcome to Wednesday's Look North.

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A teenager appears in court charged with the murder

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A trail of debris left by high winds in the North East -

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there's more severe weather forecast.

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A family's campaign after a Sunderland woman dies

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from cervical cancer at the age of 25.

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And Claudia's law - The father of the missing chef

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wins his battle to help relatives like him, left to cope.

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who'll come out on top tonight as South Shields and Morpeth Town

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replay their abandoned FA Vase match?

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And we count down to the Eagles' BBL Cup final with Fab and Co!

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A teenager's appeared in court charged in connection with the death

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Katie Rough was found with life threatening injuries on Monday

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A 15-year-old girl was today remanded into secure accommodation,

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charged with her murder and with possession

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The family of Katie Rough at court this morning.

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The first sorrowful duty of life without the seven-year-old.

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Katie seemingly had so much of her life still ahead

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She died here on Alness Drive, in the Woodthorpe area of York.

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The court heard today that she'd suffered significant lacerations

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Police investigations continued at the scene,

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with a metal detector used to search nearby undergrowth.

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Meanwhile, the pile of floral tributes grows.

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Four miles from the scene, the teenage girl accused of killing

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Katie appeared in court for the first time.

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The accused, who is 15 years old, nodded to show that she understood

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Members of Katie's family were also in court and some were visibly upset

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The teenager is charged with murdering Katie Rough

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on Alness Drive in York on Monday, and also

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with possession of a weapon - namely a knife.

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Outside Katie's School, the feeling remains one of shock.

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One of my good friend is really friends her mum,

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and she's taken it really hard, and so have her daughters,

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Tributes were paid here in York, and also in the House of Commons.

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I'm sure the whole house will join heartfelt condolences for the family

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and friends of the tragic death of seven-year-old Katie Rough

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I also join the right honourable gentleman in expressing condolences

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to the family and friends of little Katie, who died so tragically.

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A fundraising page to support Katie's family has been set

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up by York resident, Maggie Jackson.

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She didn't know the family, but says she wanted to help.

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It's in the heads and hearts of so many people.

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There's so much love for the family right now,

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Katie's family weren't speaking today.

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They already know the pain of what they've lost, but not why.

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An American company that manufactures valves for the oil

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and gas industry in Gateshead is threatening to make

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140 workers redundant, blaming the slump in the oil price.

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NOV Mission Products on the Team Valley Trading Estate

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made 180 redundancies in November, and has now said it will cease

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manufacturing altogether later this year, putting a further 140 people

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Northumberland County Council says it's disappointed the government has

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rejected plans for a school merger and a new academy in

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The council wanted to merge Haydon Bridge High

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and Hexham's Queen Elizabeth Academy into a newly built

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The rejection of the plan makes it more likely that academy sponsor

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Bright Tribe will take over Haydon Bridge High, despite

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the council expressing doubts about Bright Tribe's credentials.

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A clear up is continuing tonight after 70mph winds

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Thousands were left without power and buildings

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And it's not over yet - forecasters say more gales

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The winds had been enough to keep people awake,

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The cars parked beside the gable end were buried beneath the rubble.

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We've been awake nearly all night with the wind.

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With it being fenced, I can't get in to have a look and see

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This happened at Pelton in County Durham.

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In Newcastle city centre, there was disruption after damage

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to a roof had scattered debris across a Nougat Street,

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And at their peak, the gusts had hit 75 mph.

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In the control room at Northern Power Grid near Sunderland,

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they battled to restore electricity to homes across the North.

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Over the course of the day, the staff here have dealt with more

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than 40,000 customers who have been without power.

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Gradually they whittled that number down so they've now restored

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all but more than a couple of thousand of them

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Now the work goes on to make sure everybody else get

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We have to ramp up significantly for events like this.

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We're well versed and well practised in terms of the impact

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that the weather has on our power network across our region.

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But, yes, extra resources deployed across the entire organisation.

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And many people working outside of their private roles to support

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those customers getting back on supply.

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On the west coast near Whitehaven, huge waves could be seen

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And at County Durham, a sign of just how bad things have been.

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A turbine unable to cope with the power of the wind.

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A Sunderland man is calling for smear tests to be made

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available for the under-25s following the death of his sister.

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Josh Cliff says Amber asked to be screened,

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She was eventually diagnosed with cervical cancer

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You have a normal Christmas, everything was really nice. So

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happy, just laughing, making jokes. It was, it was amazing. Two weeks

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later, she had passed. And then, like I say... You've either got to

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do something about it, or... You've just got to sit and grieve, and she

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died for nothing. Amber Cliff died just a few days

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ago. The 25-year-old had cervical cancer, which spread to her lungs

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and throat. Her brother said she had had the symptoms for two years

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before she was diagnosed, the doctors had blamed it on other

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health issues. She'd also requested may test to rule out cancer, but

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despite repeated visits to the doctor she had been told she was too

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young. -- she'd also requested smear test. Eventually private tests

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revealed she had a tumour. Now her family are campaigning for smears to

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be available for anyone who asks. The problem is, there are no

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guidelines. Every GP is different. Unfortunately, her GP did not give

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her a smear test because of her symptoms. We need a law right across

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the board so that if somebody is coming in they can have a smear

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test. Public Health England said the

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reason why women under 25 aren't routinely screened is because

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changes in their bodies often give false test results, and back in the

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two procedures which do them more harm than good. Josh has started an

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online petition to get the subject debated in Parliament. But he says

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the publicity around his campaign has already made other women looking

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to get screened. The amount of people commenting on

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Facebook who say, you know what, I'm 30 and I've never had a smear. I'm

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booked in because of amber. They don't like the idea of going for

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one, they think it's very invasive. But that 30 seconds or however long

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it takes, it can save your life and stop your family going through this.

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And they didn't have that choice. That's what I'm trying to get

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across, if you have a choice, take it.

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And there's much more on this story on BBC Newcastle tomorrow morning

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Elsewhere, plans for a new ?10 million cancer centre

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in North Yorkshire have gone on display.

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It would mean that more people could be treated

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at Northallerton's Friarage Hospital, avoiding the journey

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to Middlesbrough's James Cook for appointments.

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The building would be named after Sir Robert Ogden,

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the North Yorkshire philanthropist, who's jointly funding the project

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This is what the new ?10 million cancer centre would look like.

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It would treat up to 35 patients a day, offering

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John Wynne's been diagnosed with cancer twice.

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He's helped design the new centre, and says the look of the building

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When you think of what you're going through, and the psychological

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effects of all the things you've been in, dull rooms, waiting

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for scans and things like that, to try and get a facility that's got

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as much going as this has, to make you feel better...

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It's not going to change what's happening, but it can make you feel

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Currently the cancer treatment at the Friarage is split

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The wards can be cramped, old and outdated.

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The new centre, which will be built at the front of the hospital

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where the car park is now, will put everything under one roof.

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They come to have their treatment, and they're anxious,

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and they're stressed and they're perhaps upset.

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Having a cancer diagnosis is devastating.

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So actually if you're asking patients to periodically move

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to a new department, that heightens their anxiety.

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Having them in one department allows for continuity which we know

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The money for the ?10 million centre is coming

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from the philanthropist Sir Robert Ogden, and

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It's fair to say that the facilities are currently

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So this new centre provides a real opportunity to provide high-quality

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excellent cancer services for patients, but also

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If the plans are approved, building work could start

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this summer and the centre could open by the summer of 2018.

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The father of Claudia Lawrence has won his battle to allow families

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of people who've gone missing, to deal with their financial affairs

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Claudia, who was 35 and was from York, vanished in March 2009.

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Today, a bill championed by Peter Lawrence,

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was given the go-ahead in Parliament without opposition.

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For nearly eight years, Peter Lawrence has suffered the pain

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of not knowing what became of his vanished daughter, Claudia.

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The pain compounded by laws which have prevented him

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from dealing with the crucial problem of her outstanding

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But today in the Commons, Kevin Hollinrake, on behalf

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on the North Yorkshire MPs, won the first critical stage

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The creation of a new status of guardian of the property

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and affairs of a missing person will fill this void.

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And provide a sensible, helpful solution to the practical

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and financial difficulties faced by families and others

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Claudia Lawrence vanished without trace from her home

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in Heworth Road in York early on the morning of March the 18th

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Two major police investigations have failed to solve the mystery.

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Peter Lawrence quickly discovered he could do nothing

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But now a change he's championed in the law should give families

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legal status of guardian of the property and

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It would mean that everybody can deal with their missing

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loved one's mortgage, their direct debits,

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their investments, their insurances, just like we all day-to-day

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Kevin Hollinrake's bill now goes to its next hearing in February.

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Without any Parliamentary opposition, it should

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We've just about got to the stage that we've won.

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You got to remember, it's 22 months ago that the government

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And it's taken a private member, Kevin Hollinrake, one of our local

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MPs for Thirsk and Malton, to bring it forward himself.

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At least we know it's got government support now.

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For Peter Lawrence, at least, a legal triumph in the midst

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of the continuing anguish of the family of missing

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Coming up next on tonight's programme...

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The noisy generator causing a headache. Northumberland residents.

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Picture perfect, a photo exhibition with a difference in West Cumbria.

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The next few days and see further gales, sleet, snow,

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Join me shortly for the full midweek forecast.

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They say they've had weeks of sleepless nights.

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Residents in one part of Morpeth claim they're being plagued by noise

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People living in homes on the estate at Stobhill get their electricity

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from a generator because the mains supply isn't connected yet.

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But their neighbours say they've had enough.

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Here's our News Correspondent, Mark Denten.

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This is Pauline, and for the last six weeks she's been

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fixated with one thing - the impact of power.

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Now, don't worry, Pauline isn't planning anything

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That power is the thing that she's focusing on, morning,

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Power coming from a generator which is opposite her home.

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A generator that generates more than electricity.

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The generator's providing power for a new housing estate opposite

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Pauline's home after a delay in connecting to the National Grid.

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But the noise from it has been so loud in her bedroom but Pauline's

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I thought maybe is it a bomb going to explode?

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Once the noise starts, you just can't get it out of your head.

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I mean, there was one night that I even went out and sat

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in the outhouse to get away from the noise.

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After the intervention of the Northumberland Council's

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Environmental Health Team, Barratt Developments put a fence

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around the development, but the noise has continued.

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And Northern Power grid say the generator is provided by...

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I believe the delay now is down to the electricity companies,

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so we're really hoping that they can get this sorted out as soon

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as possible and put an end to this situation.

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I gather there's some good news tonight.

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Some good news for Pauline and the other residents will stop shigella

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we have news this afternoon that the mains power has been connected, that

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means the humming generator has been switched off and taken away by

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contractors. What we should say is that it's very much a work in

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progress. Not everybody has moved into the estate. But also adds

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context a lot of local people were opposed to development in the first

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place, so it is a double whammy for them. They didn't want the houses,

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but now they also have the home for six weeks. Let's hope that after all

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that time pulling and get off her couch and have a nice rest.

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Absolutely. Mark, thank you. A Cumbrian gallery is inviting

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visitors to stimulate their eyes Sound and Vision pairs pictures

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taken in West Cumbria with music It's the work of a group which helps

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disabled adults enjoy new hobbies. Megan Paterson has been to meet

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the some of the photographers. I just love taking

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photos, absolutely. Because it's one of the things

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I can manage to do. A lot of things aren't accessible

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for disabled people, but this is something that we can do

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and get a lot of enjoyment out of. These pictures, accompanied by music

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chosen by the photographers, give a different perspective

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on Cumbrian life. The group behind the exhibit

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is proud of the results. It's the best exhibition

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that we've got so far. The photography project is run

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by Copeland Occupational and Social Centre, it focuses

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on teaching new skills and building It doesn't matter

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what problems you have. Vision and Sound is the result

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of months of work pulled together I looked at them, and then

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they're my inspiration, if you like, And they'll want to go further

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and pushed themselves. Whatever barriers there are,

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they overcome them. And it's hoped that work's

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appreciated by the Beacons visitors. This is a vibrant exhibition that

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would be worth seeing in any It's pictures themselves

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that are visually really interesting, of the local area

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and telling a story. So, yeah, I've been

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really impressed by it. The exhibition will run

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from tomorrow until the Terrific. Now we have sport, and win

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a starting with football, are we? Know, for a change. Although

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hopefully there will be good memories made.

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We start with basketball and the countdown to another big cup

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On Sunday - the Eagles take on Glasgow Rocks at Birmingham Arena

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in their sixth straight BBL Cup final.

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But as Fab and co know only too well, they havent

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As cup final press conferences go, this had to rank as one

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The Eagles choosing to share their imminent BBL showdown

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with over 500 schoolchildren in the Sports Central Arena.

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All the children were taking part in the club's highly successful

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Hoops For Health Challenge - where the Eagles players and coaches

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go into local schools to offer not just basketball coaching,

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but encouragement and support with all kinds of healthy living.

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And you're teaching kids about a healthy lifestyle,

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and to communicate with one another and get along with each other,

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Come Sunday, though, and it'll be back to the deadly

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Fletch, the Eagles' popular Point Guard,

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On Sunday he could become the first player to win

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the Most Valuable Player Award in three consecutive finals.

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I didn't think about the last two, it just sort of happened.

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I woke up with the gold ball in my hand.

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I mean, if we get a trophy, we get it.

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I just want to play the best we possibly can.

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Having beaten the Rocks earlier in the season

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in the Championship, the Eagles tip off

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I don't care what our chances are, whether favourable or unfavourable.

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We're going to show up and if we're good enough,

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And if we're not, then we know what we have two aim

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You get a real feeling that the clock is ticking

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as the excitement mounts, as the Eagles head for that

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date with destiny in Birmingham on Sunday.

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And only then will we find out if Fab can pick up

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this famous trophy again for the third consecutive time.

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And that game will be live on the BBC Sport

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Emergency repair work has been completed at South Shields' ground

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Mariners Park in time for tonight's FA Vase rematch with Morpeth Town.

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The original tie was abandoned, eight minutes from time,

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Morpeth were 4-2 ahead against their Northern League rivals -

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Shields say the fault was beyond their control,

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and that they've been subject to "scurrilous attacks

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A new generator's been connected - kick off is at 7:30.

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Made the best team win. Now it's time for the weather. It's quite

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lively at the moment. Some proper winter weather. The

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winds have made all the headlines over the last 24 hours or so.

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Through the early hours of this morning, that is when the winds seem

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to be. Many places experiencing gusts in excess of 60 mph. The winds

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are only part of the story because snow and ice also feature over the

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next few days. We keep this cold weather as we head towards the

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weekend at least. There are several Met Office be aware of warnings for

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snow over the next few days. First of all, for Cumbria. Then for the

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north-east as we head into the weekend. As we head with this

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evening and overnight, close bars scattered blustery showers. Some

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have sleet and snow in amongst them. They will give a fair covering as we

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head with the night. They won't affect everywhere, they're very hit

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and miss with clear spells in between. Temperatures will dip down

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to about freezing in between shower clouds. As well as a covering of

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snow, we will see IC structures forming in others. It stays fairly

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windy. Not as windy as it has been through the day, but fully gusty

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westerly wind. Gale force at first this evening, slightly by tomorrow

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morning. -- but still a gusty westerly wind. Fairly frequent sleet

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and snow showers, especially in western and northern areas through

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the morning. The afternoon sees the Shah was all but died away. Most

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places Brighton and dry up the afternoon. -- most places brighten

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up. Still a brisk west to north-westerly winds are nothing

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near strong as they have been recently. We are keeping an eye on

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the change in wind direction because tomorrow night we start to pick up a

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northerly wind and that will spread the risk of sleet and snow showers

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down to eastern areas as we head into Friday. That continues into

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Saturday before high-pressure tries to build. A frontal system comes in

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over the top on Sunday and messes things up again weather-wise with a

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mixed picture for the weekend itself. As we had towards the

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weekend, Friday we will see some sleet and snow showers in eastern

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areas. A cold north - north-westerly wind. Temperatures at best 3-

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Celsius. A similar picture for Saturday. That cold north to

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north-westerly wind. Showers few and far between and with many places dry

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and bright. Dane Coles - you'll be lucky if you see five Celsius. --

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staying cold, you'll be lucky if you see five Celsius. More cloud on

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Sunday with the risk of rain and elsewhere amongst it. Temperatures

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slowly start to recover as we head recently. You can keep up to date

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with the latest forecast using the website and the BBC weather app.

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I know you are saying I should be paying attention, but Friday is

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worse than... It depends where you are and how exposed you are. Thanks,

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I'll watch tomorrow. Don't forget our late bulletin is at

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10:30. Bye-bye. I think my political beliefs are

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really quite straightforward. I believe that our country needs to

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work for everyone. Not just for the rich,

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not just for the privileged, not just for those who know

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the right people or who've got the loudest voices, but a country

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that really works for everyone, has the opportunity to be

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who they want to be. In order to make sure that the

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country works for everyone,

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