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and on BBC One we now join the BBC's news teams where you are.

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Hello, welcome to Monday's Look North.

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The Futurist Theatre will be demolished.

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There's anger in Scarborough as councillors vote to bulldoze

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We'll have the latest live from Scarborough.

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The woman found stabbed to death in her blazing home.

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Questions over her husband's mental health care before the tragedy.

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We'll have all the weekend's sport including the latest on the sacking

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of Chesterfield boss Danny Wilson Plus Katie Ormerod,

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from Brighouse, wins her first Big Air World Cup event.

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Cannon Hall in Barnsley, a Georgian mansion which looks like it's

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straight out of the pages of a Jane Austen novel.

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Later in the programme we'll find out how they're spending

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?3 million on restoring the grounds and gardens to their former glory.

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And all use a much colder weather on the way with a risk of at least some

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snow later this week, join me for the live, updated forecast.

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It's been part of the Scarborough coastline since 1921,

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but today councillors voted to demolish the Futurist Theatre,

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Getting rid of the theatre has been described as leaving Scarborough

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And today there were lots of angry people in the council meeting.

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Phil Bodmer is in Scarborough for us.

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Phil, this was a very close decision?

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Yes, it was, very narrow indeed, Harry. 22 vote is 221 to knock down

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the Futurist Theatre, clear the site and help stabilise the cliffs at a

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cost of ?4 million. It seems the night this grand old lady's days are

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finally numbered. For 96 years the Futurist Theatre has played host to

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the great and good show business, the likes of Shirley Bassey, the

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Beatles and Ken Dodd to name just a few but the conservative run council

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cabinet says the Futurist is not sustainable as a theatrical venue

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and today that narrow majority of councillors voted in favour of

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demolition. This was reaction problem council after the historic

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boat. People have come forward with ideas

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but in my opinion they haven't backed them up with a proper

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business case to show that after any refurbishment has been done

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and reconfiguration had been carried out that it would provide

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the sustainable Theatre to operate I have had a lot of e-mails about

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the anger about this decision but a very contentious decision, wasn't

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it? Yes, it was contentious. There were many people in the town who

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believe that the Futurist if they still a durable and those who wanted

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to keep it as a going concern marched from the railway station

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down to the Townhall, attending this meeting which started at 2pm. It was

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at times a bit and acrimonious meeting as they really wanted more

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time to look at alternatives. After this boat today I spoke to one

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particular campaigner who was very emotional and she explained her

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reaction to the day's decision. Did you expect that it

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could have been saved? So, you can see the effect it has on

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some people. It has polarised opinion in this town as I am sure

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you are aware, for those in favour of retaining it and for those who

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want to see the back of it. Some say it is a blot on the landscape but

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tonight it seems that the Futurist Theatre's days are finally numbered.

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But, we don't know the timescale yet. There are developers, branding

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the land has looked at ideas to put a roller-coaster in place. Without

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I'm likely to see the bulldozers on site any time before after the

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summer, in the autumn. Thank you. Some really big names through those

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doors over the years. An inquest has heard

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that a man who was found dead alongside his wife,

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who'd been stabbed, had been sent home from a mental health

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unit just days earlier. Martin Ashworth from Garforth died

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in a house fire in April 2014 just 13 days after he was discharged

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from the Becklin Centre in Leeds. His wife Susan suffered

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fatal stab wounds. Wakefield Coroner's Court heard

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Mr Ashworth was told by a nurse that he was being sent home

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because "they needed beds." The aftermath of the arson

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attack at a family home 47-year-old Susan Ashworth was found

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in her burning house. Her husband Martin was pulled out

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of the fire but died a short An inquest heard today that

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Susan had been planning She told her mother

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that he emotionally abused her, trying to impose power and control

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over her and their two sons. Wakefield coroner's court was told

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that as their marriage deteriorated, Mr Ashworth tried to take his own

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life by poisoning himself with Following in his suicide attempt

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on the 22nd of March 2014, Martin Ashworth agreed to be

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admitted to the mental health unit Three days later, he was

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sectioned for 28 days under But only 22 days after

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that he was discharged. The inquest was told that family

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members were shocked by the decision to discharge Martin Ashworth early

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from the mental health unit. We heard that his wife

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Susan Ashworth felt she had no choice but to allow him home

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as he had nowhere to go. Martin's mother, Barbara Ashworth,

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said her son asked staff at the centre why he was being sent

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home and was told by a nurse 13 days later, Martin was dead

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after a deliberate fire at his home, his wife Susan was found

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their stabbed to death. Susan Ashworth was described

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by her mother today has a wonderful, kind, loving person

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who was loved beyond measure. The inquest into

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the deaths continues. Emma Glasbey, BBC

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Look North, Wakefield. How about a gentle bike

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ride round the park? This is what some of the country's

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top competitors came up against when the British cyclo-cross

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championships came to Bradford. A fitness to practice hearing has

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heard allegations that there were failings in the care given to seven

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patients by a former children's heart surgeon from Leeds. The case

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has been brought by the General medical Council against Nihal

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Weerasena in relation to operations carried out over a four year period

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on six children and one adult. The surgeon has claimed he has been made

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a scapegoat. Our health correspondent Jamie Coulson reports.

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Nihal Weerasena was a consultant plastic surgeon at Leeds General

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Infirmary. He specialised operating on children and adults born with

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heart defects. In March 2013 he agreed to stop operating when the

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trust began investigating concerns about his work. The referral to the

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General medical Council followed and despite remaining in the paid

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employment of the hospital until last year, hasn't operated since.

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Today Nihal Weerasena's case came before a fitness to practice hearing

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here. It is alleged between March 2008 and 2012 there were failings in

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the care given to seven patients. In one case, patient B, it is alleged

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failure to decompress part of the child's heart at a crucial phase in

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the operation... In another, patient L it is alleged

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Nihal Weerasena fail to use a bypass which is used to take over the

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function of the heart and lungs. One experts admitted that in his view

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the conduct of this operation was negligent. Nihal Weerasena stop

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operating in Leeds just ball days before an intense media spotlight

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was turned on the heart unit. First campaigners won a High Court battle

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against its closure but then the very next day, surgery was suspended

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in a row over death rates. The unit was eventually declared safe. But

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the surgeon has faced repeated questions about his work. Last year,

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Leeds teaching hospitals apologised to the family of 11-year-olds

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Radley, who died after undergoing three operations on two days. His

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family spoke about their anguish after the trust admitted errors were

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made. We said to each other, we are going to lose him, aren't we? We got

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back and that was it. We got back and they said he has had a massive

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lead on the brain. Nihal Weerasena did not appear before the tribunal

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today but said in a letter he was being made a scapegoat for

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departmental failings. The trust when Colin specifically about his

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case but there they have absolute confidence in the congenital heart

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service. -- the trust will not comment specifically about his case.

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In other news now and 200 Tesco jobs are going

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The company is closing its distribution centre

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The company says it'll try and help employees get jobs elsewhere

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1000 jobs are being lost across the country as the supermarket

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The Independent Police Complaints Commission is investigating

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South Yorkshire Police following the death

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by a marked police car in Sheffield this weekend.

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The accident happened in the Hillsborough area

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The man, who died at the scene, has not yet been named by police.

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It's thought he'd been walking to meet his family at the dog track

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to celebrate his grandaughter's 21st birthday.

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Doncaster Coroner's Court's heard how a transgender woman being held

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at a male prison died after being found

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Forty nine year old Jenny Swift was being held on remand

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at Doncaster Prison, charged with attemped murder.

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Prison officers attempted to resuscitate her but she was

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Meanwhile the inquest has also opened into the death

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of 26-year-old Eric Flanagan, the man Ms Swift was

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His inquest was adjourned until July.

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Family and friends of Yasser Yakoob - the 28-year-old man who was shot

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dead by police on a slip road off the M62 in Huddersfield have

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gathered at the scene of the incident tonight.

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Around fifty people met at junction 23 of the M62 to march

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There was some traffic disruption as the march took over the road.

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It's exactly a week since Mr Yuqub lost his life after shots were fired

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through his windscreen in a planned police operation.

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A wanted man who taunted police by posing as the character

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Where's Wally, has handed himself in live on social media.

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Officers were searching Leyburn in North Yorkshire over the weekend

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for JJ McMenamin using the force helicopter and sniffer dogs.

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The 30-year-old had failed to turn up for a court hearing

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This morning he filmed himself going to Harrogate police station

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A West Yorkshire truck driver who led a campaign to help

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the family of a man killed in the Berlin terrorist attack has

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been personally thanked by the Polish Ambassador.

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Lukasz Urban's lorry was hi-jacked by the attacker who then drove it

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into a Christmas Market, killing twelve people.

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David Duncan has raised nearly two hundred thousand pounds

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for Mr Urban's family and today his achievements were

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He told us about his extraordinary day.

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Well, I was collected at home this morning by one of the embassy cars,

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driven down to London, had a bit of a ceremony

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It was a real shindig I'm told, come on, tell us about it!

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I was too busy being interviewed by the TV to partake in any of that!

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I think you've been a bit shell-shocked, haven't you,

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about the response that you had to all of this money

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Yeah, it has been quite, I mean, this I never expected to raise

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so much money I started this, I never really thought

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of the implications for British and Polish people and it has been

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Why did you start the campaign in the first place?

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Just because I felt empathy with Lukasz and the situation he had

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been put in and the fact that it was so near to Christmas,

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he was probably on his way home to his family.

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He had been delayed in Berlin, he was there, didn't want to be

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there and this the everybody knows of the tragedy that happened

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afterwards that took his life and I just felt that I wanted to do

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something to help his family in any small way I could.

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As we know, you truckers are very exposed.

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Is there any lessons that can be learned from this

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Well, this the truckers try and make everything as safe as they can

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when they have the daily rest and the need to have their sleep

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but you know, parking is obviously a massive problem,

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Good, secure parking, it doesn't cost an arm

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and a leg and it's just, you know, you are always at risk,

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while you are parked up your always going to be at risk.

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So, ?200,000 you have raised four Mr Urban's family.

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I met them at the funeral for the first time and I have exchanged

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Obviously they are very humble, gracious people, very unassuming.

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Obviously they are devastated by what happened to Lukasz

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and they have had small conversations with me,

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just thanking me for what I have done and thanking everybody

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Thank you very much for joining us this evening and get

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Onto the sport now and Tanya another manager has lost his job,

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this time it's Danny Wilson gone from Chesterfield.

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Yes, he had had just over one year, which is almost a long time for some

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managers but they really top job, Chesterfield, because they don't

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have the budget that some of the League 1 clubs have and they are up

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against Bradford city, a good side, and they had a bigger budget. Let us

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have a look at the fours that defeated them. Here is Mark Marshall

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with the first one. There were chances for Chesterfield, Chad Evans

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in particular, but it is quite a young squad. They have had the

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budget cutback and it is hard to know who they are going to go for

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now. They say they don't want to be on the managerial merry-go-round, an

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interesting thing to say when you have only given a manager a year,

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but that is what they have said and this is who they think they want

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next. We're looking for somebody

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that is maybe a young, enthusiastic, somebody who is obviously familiar

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with League 1 who can come in and hit the ground running

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but we are looking for somebody you also have some enthusiasm

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about them and some fire, wanting to go forward,

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take this club forward and can immediately come

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in and make an impact. They want in patent and fire,

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something Sheffield United seem to have at the moment? They certainly

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have that, Sheffield United are top and going extremely well. They beat

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Southend 4-2 and it looked really, ready comfortable. Four golf and Lee

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Sharpe, who has been in credible and not score any of them. That is their

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first goal. Really good goals. The setup, the way they play in, a lot

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of patience and confidence. Chris has talked about changing the whole

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environment around Sheffield Wednesday and are playing some

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really great football and the goals coming from a whole host of

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different people. They are ball points clear at the top ahead of

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Scunthorpe, six points clear of Bolton in third and I don't like to

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make predictions but they are going up, I bet? I think so, yes.

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Hopefully automatically, too. In the FA Cup, Huddersfield Town

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are our only team sure of a place The Terriers beat Port Vale 4-0

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on Saturday, while Barnsley face a replay and both Rotherham

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and Sheffield Wednesday went out. There have been plenty of cheers

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at Huddersfield town this season. Their fourth in the league, but this

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was David Wagner's first cup win since joining the Terriers

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14 months ago. This move was typical of the playing

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style he's brought to the club. Neat passing out from the back,

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Jack Payne finishing well. Palmer's deflected

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shot doubled the lead. Harry Bon made it three nil and pain

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had a somewhat easier finish to round off nicely

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for a happy head coach. We have to speed up the game,

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accelerate in every situation where you can and we scored some

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wonderful goals and it was The cup proved the briefest

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of distractions from Rotherham's relegation worries,

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despite Lewis Price's penalty save and Danny Ward's powerful

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strike, the Millers lost 3-2 Hemmings scored the winner and then

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set about destroying I wonder if they've

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sent him the bill? Sheffield Wednesday had the toughest

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test, away at Premier League 0-0 at half-time, the signs

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were good until Grant Seconds later, Fernando Forestieri

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burst through but Daniel Ayala had no intention of letting him

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reach the ball. Surely Wednesday's chances

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would improve against ten men? But keeper Joe Wilde Smith's mistake

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put Boro out of sight. And once the captain Colin Houlihan

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had two good chances to win it late on against Blackpool

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but they will replay next Tuesday Hopefully a few more

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people will turn up. Leeds United are away

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at Cambridge tonight, and the fourth round draw is live

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over on BBC Two at 7pm. The Rugby Football League has

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received four official bids to start a new club in Bradford

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after the Bulls were put The four bids will now be assessed

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by the RFL executive who will then recommend a preferred bidder

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to the board as soon as possible. Snowboarder Katie Ormerod

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from Brighouse has won a World Cup The nineteen year old pipped

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Austria's Anna Gasser to claim her Big Air victory

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in extreme minus twenty nine degree The competition makes its Olympic

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debut in South Korea next year. I've always wanted to win

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a World Cup and I'm really happy that I want it here and I'm hoping

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there's more to come. I'd love to get another podium

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and hopefully win it in Qu bec as well so I'll just keep pushing

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through and try to get Yorkshire's first big cycling event

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of the year brought fans and riders from across the UK to the City

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of Bradford this weekend, for the Amongst the winners was Tom Pidcock

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a young Yorkshireman with a real chance of becoming world Junior

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Champion before Anyone arriving at Peel Park

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for their weekend walk will have found the place rather less peaceful

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and much muddier than usual. As well as suddenly showing off some

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very colourful bobble hat fashion, to host the best in British

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cyclo-cross it was surely Fans and riders came from far

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away to be part of it. We've really enjoyed the stunning

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scenery around here. Don't know Yorkshire very well,

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so it's a really good excuse They've got new media outlets

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which seem to be showing a lot more cyclo-cross on the TV

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and the Internet now so it is great Bradford's Peel Park is a fixture

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on the cyclo-cross calendar. Its natural slopes and Yorkshire mud

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make it famously tricky, even for the best British riders,

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whether on or off their bikes, or trying a bit of both

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to get round the circuit. Amongst the weekend winners, adopted

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Yorkshireman Ian Field regained Women's under 23 world champion

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E=vie Richards successfully defended her British title

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and Yorkshire teenager Tom Pidcock became national junior champion

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with an outstanding control performance in front of the home

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crowd, complete with Superman style celebration as he crossed

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the finish line. It was pretty hard and

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it is a hard course. The mud is just heavier

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than anywhere else you ride. It just makes it much stickier,

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you know, sloggier. There's amazing crowds here,

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it's like a mini Belgium and the course was really muddy and

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pretty slippery, so it was great. Elite British cyclo-cross should be

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back in Yorkshire in December with a round of next season's

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National Trophy series. Until then, Peel Park can go back

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to doing what parks do best, apart from muddy bike

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racing, that is. Paul Ogden, BBC

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Look North, Bradford. And congratulations

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to Yorkshire's Joe Root and his fiance Carrie on the birth

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of their son at the weekend. He'll now link up with the England

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squad for their one So are you going to give cyclo-cross

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they go? I can see you do that. Are you going to do the Superman finish?

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That mud! Barnsley's historic Cannon Hall has

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won a lottery grant of nearly The money will be used

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to restore the grounds, clean the lakes and repair

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the eighteenth century ice house. It's a Georgian gem, Cannon Hall, a

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country house that any Jane Austen Haugen with the dog. Although the

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house is lovingly restored, time has robbed the grounds and gardens of

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its attractive period features, like its greenhouse built in 1700 to grow

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pineapples other exotic fruit. This is part of Cannon Hall's glorious

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gardens and it is famous for the exotic fruit it used to grow, many

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of which we still had growing in the gardens, like our power collection

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that goes back over 200 years. We have grapes and all sorts. But

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pineapples in particular, Cannon will is famous for. It is hoped

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these gardens and greenhouses will be glorious wants more thanks to ?3

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million of lottery funding. The oil is owned by the council but it is

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helped by a team of volunteers who work tirelessly here, even in the

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pouring rain. -- Cannon Hall is owned by the council. We have been

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fundraising for 40 years basically, a long time. We knew the lakes

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needed the City doing, we knew the gardens did a lot of work and it is

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fantastic news. A once majestic Lake is a marked for restoration. It

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contains so much still needs to be dredged. Then visitors will be able

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to hire rowing boats and fishing equipment in a throwback to popular

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Georgian pastime. Something I used to do as a Bubba Watson in those

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lakes. I am not going to swim again in those lakes but -- something I

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used to do as a young boy was swim in those lakes. Visitors will be

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able to see things they have never seen here before, such as this ice

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house built in 1700. Long the average rate is well invented,

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people would go down to the lake in the winter months, come back with

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ice and snow, packet inside here, so it could used during the summer. For

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300 years this home and its gardens were owned by the Spencer Stanhope

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family but now this is a part for the people of Barnsley and they are

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determined to restore it to its Georgian splendour so that others

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can enjoy it for many years to come. Some wonderful hills for sledging,

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Paul. You think we might be able to use those this weekend? I do there

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will be enough snow for sledging but there will be some, a bit of snow.

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He has written the express doubt on his grip to wind me up!

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Let us have a look at a couple of pictures over the last 24 hours.

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Thank you for sending that one in. In the fall. That's beautiful. Keep

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the pictures coming in. Here's the headline for this week.

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I'm settled, it will turn much colder from midnight onwards and I

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think showers of sleet and snow. There is a shot of the day. We had

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some sunshine this afternoon. Close valves and the battery showers now.

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Showers frequent across the Pennines. Further east it is set to

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be dry with clear spells. Clear skies and scattered showers. The sun

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rises in the morning at around about 8:20am. A West, East split tomorrow.

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Western areas of the Pennines cloudy with patchy rain, further east it is

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dry with some sunshine. It will cloudy weather across eastern areas

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in the afternoon. As that weather front you can see their pushes

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eastwards it fizzles out as it does so. Largely dry for eastern areas

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but I think the Pennines, a poor day with intermittent rain and drizzle.

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Very windy, top temperatures coming in at about eight Celsius. Gusts

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could reach 40 or 50 Marvan Atapattu times. Looking further ahead, not a

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bad day on Wednesday but there will be a few showers that will be wintry

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and look at that drop off in temperatures. Scattered sleet, snow

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and showers and there could be a covering of snow in places at the

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end of the week. I am live on Facebook at 7:15pm answering

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questions. Working overtime, pool, that isn't like you! That is as far

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as we go, we will see you later on. Don't forget Facebook! Goodbye!

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Panorama investigates the deadly terrorist attack

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and should British tourists have been warned about the risks?

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but it's not always the right thing for one person.

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we've run at almost completely 100% capacity.

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We've got lots of patients now competing. There's no beds.

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I do the right thing all the time in this job,

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but it's not always the right thing for one person.

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I do the right thing for the hospital.

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Sometimes I stop things happening, yeah.

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This winter, in a ground-breaking new series,

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At some point somebody will be telling us

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whether we're allowed to do any work.

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..to reveal how they make the toughest decisions of all.

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