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Good evening and welcome to Monday's Look North On the programme tonight,

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Elsie is one of 8,000 people across Yorkshire whose personal

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details have been passed onto scammers and some

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She's actually sold her house in order to finance scam mail

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and when I've been round to see her, I've been told that she is actually

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going to her neighbours because she can't afford

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We'll find out what is being done to help vulnerable

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We'll find out what is being done to help vulnerable people.

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The first 60 mile an hour speed limit could be

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introduced in Sheffield to cut down on pollution.

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Stepping back in the ring, Yorkshire's double Olympic Champion

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I'm with that man of mechanical talent, Mr James May,

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as he joins the gang making parts to resurrect a long dead

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A largely dry, settled week to come but there will be problems with fog

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Join me for that week ahead forecast.

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Well, it's when scammers sell on your personal details

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and here in Yorkshire more than 8,000 thousand of us are on it.

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and here in Yorkshire more than 8,000 of us are on it.

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The National Scams Team says criminals target

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individuals by letter, e-mail or telephone,

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often taking money for bogus vitamin pills or for entries

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One elderly lady who fell victim to this is Elsie Ferguson

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Elsie Ferguson and her son Paul bought bogus vitamin pills

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from a firm claiming to be the real deal.

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But the company sold on Elsie's details,

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Each envelope aimed at getting her to send more money for a chance

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I am coming up to 83 and I'm not a well person,

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so if it doesn't stop I would say I will get very angry

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Elsie, who wears a special hearing aid, stopped entering

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the competitions months ago and yet she still gets the letters

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and all because in the past she bought lamps, vitamins,

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My name's Andy Fox from North Yorkshire Trading Standards

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and I've come here to talk to you today about scam mail.

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Trading Standards say her case is typical.

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We see a lot of this in Trading Standards

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homes who are answering scam mail where we will go into and the a lot

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of scam mail throughout the House and the victim is keen to answer it,

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genuinely believing they've won a prize.

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Elsie learned the hard way that there is no prize.

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In my experience, whether you win or not, it makes no difference,

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The only winner is a company that gets Elsie's money and address.

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In North Yorkshire, there are 2000 names on the Suckers' List and not

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There's another lady as well who lives in a different part

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of North Yorkshire but we believe she has actually sold her house

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When I've been round to see her I've been told that she's actually

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going to her neighbours because she can't afford to feed

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herself because all the money she has is going on answering scam mail.

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Trading standards say the only advice in this situation

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is if a letter like this looks too good to be true, it

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One woman who knows all too well about how these scams work

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is Marilyn Baldwin from Chesterfield who campaigned to get

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Her late mother, Jessica, was conned out of ?50,000

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and she set up the charity Think Jessica to protect vulnerable

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Marilyn, thank you for joining us. You have had first-hand experience

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of this kind of fraud. Remind us about your mum's story. My mum

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replied to a letter she thought was from a competition and then good

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plot on a list and then she received around 30,000 letters. We heard

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?50,000 she spent in that time. That is an estimate, we really don't

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know. She was sending it by cheque and cash. Is enough being done to

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help bulb or people? Ten years ago they were identifying victims who

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are getting hundreds of letters a day. Work is being done around

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scams. Over the last few years we have got the trading standards can

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team and we have offices visiting people on the list but there is

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still a long way to go. Would you say that trading standards is the

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right of this try and sort the problem or is there some way that

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another organisation can do this? Has got to be law-enforcement and

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trading standards working together to be more effective because the

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amount of victims now, there are hundreds of thousands of victims

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being identified across the country and trading standards have limited

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manpower and resources, so we need to look at the bigger picture and

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get more manpower out. In that sense, do they mail themselves have

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a responsibility, because they will know they are delivering so many

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scam letters to certain individuals? Yes, Royal Mail are flagging up the

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tin is getting large amounts of mail but by the time they have flagged

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them up a lot of these victims have already lost their money but they

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are groomed and they still believe that they are going to win and they

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continue to do it. What would you like to see done? The government

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have got to tackle this like the no smoking campaign. We need a massive

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education campaign out there to forewarn and protect older people

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there that everybody recognises scams. Thank you for coming in.

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Next tonight, highway bosses are considering imposing the first

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pollution-related speed limit in the country on the M1

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It means that if motorists travel faster than 60 miles

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an hour in the rush hour, they could be fined.

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The restrictions would come into effect in March

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when there are plans for a smart motorway between

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That's when the hard shoulder of the motorway

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But there are concerns that this measure could

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increase pollution, especially near Sheffield.

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James Vincent joins us from near the Tinsley Viaduct.

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So, this could be a first in Sheffield? Yes, we are getting

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towards the end of the busiest period of the day for the MSouth

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Yorkshire but in March, the drivers above me there will have two -- will

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be restricted to 60 miles an hour. They have spent ?100 million on this

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motorway and they say they will come with congestion but will it help

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with pollution? This part of Sheffield needs all the help it can

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get. It's a strecth of motorway drivers

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will know all too well, especially because because it's been

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roadworks for the last The cones and signs will soon be

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gone, but a new speed limit 120,000 vehicles use the M1

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through Sheffield every day. The idea would be to have a 60 mile

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an hour speed limit at peak times between junctions 32 and 35a,

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including over the Tinsley viaduct. This is, of course, Sheffield's

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and Rotherham's industrial heartland and the amount of traffic on the M1

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adds to the air pollution. In fact, Sheffield Council thinks

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that 500 people die early every year I'm not convinced 60 miles

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an hour will actually work. I've not seen evidence,

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I've not seen the calculation to show that that of itself

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will mean that pollution levels are reduced to levels that are safe

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for local residents living nearby. There's a brand-new

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primary school here. It was recently moved partly because

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of the absolution from the M1. You're going to move

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because it's so bad? I'm 70-years-old this year,

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I'm quite fit, I don't feel any effect from it but then again,

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I get out quite regularly It's not just the motorway,

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Meadowhall is just off junction 34 and half a mile down the road,

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they are flat packing a new IKEA. There will be more cars

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in this part of Sheffield. The challenge will be

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to reduce the pollution. If the traffic is going very

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fast but it's congested, people will break heavily

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and you get a kind of red All the cars back up and it

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leads to more congestion The smart motorway opens in March

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and Sheffield could be the first place in the country to the speed

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restrictions because of pollution. I was speaking to somebody in

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Tinsley earlier to day he said when they were walking their dog, they

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exactly taste the petrol and pollution in their mouth it was that

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bad. The smart motorway opens in March and they think there will be

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an extra 10,000 vehicles on the M1 because of that. The battle for the

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people controlling the motorway, Highway England, will be to balance

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people's journey times with evil's health. James Vincent, thank you. --

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people's health. Still on the way

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before 7pm tonight... Why red kites now becoming a familia

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the housing estates of Leeds. A multi-million pound public

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investment for Yorkshire The cash is intended to boost

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the economy and help create jobs. The deal was welcomed

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by the region's hard pressed local authorities but they say

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that it is a fraction of the amount that's been cut

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from budgets in recent years. Our political editor

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Len Tingle has the story. Since last year's floods in central

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Leeds, the multi-million pound project to ensure they don't happen

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again has been well underway. Today, Northern Powerhouse Minister

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Andrew Percy came to see what's happening and promised more public

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cash for a whole range of projects aimed at protecting

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and boosting local economies, Today's announcement is ?500 billion

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of new money across the North, more than they will be getting

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in London, more than they will be getting

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in any other region of England. I actually think

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this is a good heel. A total heading our

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way of ?129 million. This is the sort of area

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where that money can be spent. This site just south of Leeds

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is forecast to provide something like 9000 jobs in the end,

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a mix of housing and industry. The government money will be spent

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to clear the site so the commercial companies can move straight

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in and get started. We do need more investment in

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infrastructure. When you look at the North-South divide seven times as

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much money is spent on London as you do in Yorkshire. And it is not just

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building, it will also cover industrial training across the whole

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country hundred and ?70 million extra today stop Labour said all of

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this new funding is a fraction of what the regions have lost in

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spending cuts. You look at the adult education budget, you know, it is

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all right talking about hundred and ?70 million into skills but they

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have cut more than ?1 billion to adult services. The Minister's view

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is clear, the cuts of the past history and marks the start of

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rebuilding the future. In other news now and a dental

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lecturer from the University of Leeds is facing a disciplinary

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tribunal after having A colleague of Doctor Alec High

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lodged a complaint as she heard him having sex whilst she was trying

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to comfort a grieving student. The General Dental Council heard

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that a woman was spotted entering and leaving Doctor High's office

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for over two years and he'd been warned about his conduct

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by a senior colleague, West Yorkshire Police are looking

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for a man who assaulted a teenage girl before approaching another

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within the space of half an hour. A 16-year-old girl was grabbed

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and had her hair pulled on Town Street in Horsforth

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at about five thirty on Town Street in

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Horsforth at about 5.30pm 15 minutes later, a 15-year-old

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was approached on Hall Lane in Horsforth by a man

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who asked her for a hug and then For many years red kites

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were threatened with extinction, but now they're becoming

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an increasingly common sight And they're even frequent visitors

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at a housing estate in Leeds. It's partly thanks to the success

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of a conservation scheme back in 1999 when the birds were released

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onto the Harewood Estate. For tonight's Inside Out broadcaster

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and naturalist Mike Dilger has been This is Seacroft, East Leeds,

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just a couple of miles High rises and factories

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on the skyline. I've come to meet two neighbours

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who are lucky enough to get a closer They've had up to a dozen birds

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at a time in the garden, There's only one on that,

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I've got another shot on here where there's

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about four comes down. Our cameraman Steve has

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a hide with a clear view Out goes the fresh meat,

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perfect for carrion eating kites, After six long, lonely hours,

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the winter daylight is fading Eileen has been feeding the Harewood

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kites daily for the last two years, giving them the best cuts fresh

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from the butcher's. This may be our best chance

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to get those elusive slow Quite a few birds are circling,

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we just need one to come down, because that will result in the rest

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then piling in. It's been a privilege to see these

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huge and yet graceful And one more thing -

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we went back to Seacroft a week later, and this time our kites

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weren't quite so camera shy. Yorkshire's red kites, coming

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to an urban landscape near you. Always worth watching but especially

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the night. Naturalist of course, Mike the naturalist. Keep your

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clothes on! Tanya's here with the sport

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and Nicola Adams has Whole new programme coming up! Oh my

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gosh, what is going on the night?! Not a huge surprise that she had

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announced she has turned professional. A slight surprise who

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she has chosen to turn professional with. There was a big press

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conference in London, and unveiling as they say of her becoming a

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professional and she has signed with Frank Warren, a surprise because he

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has been critical of women boxers in the past but he said she has

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completely changed his mind, a new era and he reckons he can make a bit

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of money out of her. Now, she had considered going on to Tokyo and try

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to get an historic third gold medal there and of course she backed up

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London 2012 with the gold in Rio but she wants a new challenge.

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There's also a lot of goals in the professional ranks

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to achieve, becoming a World Champion, European Champion,

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there's so many goals to achieve in the professional ranks,

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raising the game again and just making hopefully trying to make

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women's boxing on par with the men's.

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When do we see her in action, do you think? The big fight for her will be

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in Leeds, 13th of May, she will be at the arena on the Josh Warrington

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fight so that will be buzzing. I know for a long time she had been

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eyeing up Leeds arena and watch what Josh Warrington has done that with a

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huge crowd there and all the atmosphere and has Rudy wanted to go

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there and fight their front of her fans. -- and she has really wanted

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to go there. They think she will be fighting for a world title with in a

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year and with nickel atoms you wouldn't bet against it. I think she

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will stick to being a pro for now. -- with nickel atoms you wouldn't

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bet against it. Huddersfield are up to third

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in the Championship as the Yorkshire clubs continue to jostle for places

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in the playoffs. They jumped above Leeds who lost out

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in the Yorkshire derby at Barnsley. For those wanting a pointer

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as to how this match was going to go, look no further

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than the Leeds United shirts. The visitors took the lead midway

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through the first half, Chris Wood escaping his marker

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to tap the ball in. But Barnsley equalised

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at a great time, just on the stroke of half-time,

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Tom Bradshaw heading the ball home after a nicely worked

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move from a free kick. Two quick goals after the break put

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Barnsley in control, Liverpool loanee Ryan Kent

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controlled the ball well, spun Then, another bit of class, this

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time from captain Conor Hourihane. Could it be his last game for

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the club with Aston Villa after him? Mike Dean awarding a penalty

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for a clear handball, though replays shows

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he was outside the box. Wood got his 19th of the season

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but as the shirt said, Paul Higginbotham is doing a great

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job at Barnsley but must be hoping not too many more of his players go

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in this transfer window. Huddersfield were the big

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movies this weekend, up to third in the Championship

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and a first goal for the club He he gave them the lead

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at home to Ipswich. Christopher Schindler

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was in the right pace to seal a comfortable 2-0 win

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in what their manager called In League One, it

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was draws all-round. 2-2 for top of the table

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Sheffield United at home to Gillingham, a result that left

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Chris Wilder seething with his team. According to one of his players,

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he accused them of being big-time. Bradford City came from behind

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to draw 1-1 with Millwall while Gary Cauldwell's first game

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in charge of Chesterfield ended Doncaster march on at

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the top of League 2. This week it was Crewe that they

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beat 3-1, four points clear at the top of the table but more

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crucially, 13 points clear Calm heads for the rest

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of the season and a return And a bit of transfer news -

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the deal to take striker James Hanson from Bradford City

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to Sheffield United has gone The Huddersfield-born actor,

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Gorden Kaye, who starred in the long-running '80s sitcom,

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Allo Allo has died at the age of 75. Gorden appeared in all 82 episodes

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of the show as the caf owner Rene Artois on the hugely popular

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show set in occupied France But he always remained true

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to his Yorkshire roots Eric Dier rare and magic per view...

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The Yorkshire man who became known as a French man. Are you by any

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chance thinking that I am singing in the bath because I am happy? You are

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wrong. I am seeing in the bath because there is no lock on the

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door. Gorden Kaye was known in homes across the country as Ren Artois,

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the cafe owner with the rather complicated love life. Oh! In real

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life he was proud of his Yorkshire roots. I lived in London for 22

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years trying to get back to Yorkshire. Allo Allo made Gorden

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Kaye a household name in the 1980s. Ten years ago he appeared in a

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one-off episode of the TV sitcom. Hard to believe he was once a shy,

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rugby playing grammar school boy from Huddersfield. Today, friends

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from the world entertainment have been paying tribute. What I loved

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about him was his quiet self-deprecating sense of humour and

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he was so deadpan. If you didn't know him he would swear that he was

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a difficult character but there was something ticking behind and he was

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great company, a sweet, gentle guy. What a loss. Gorden Kaye died in a

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care home this morning at the age of 75. His co-star vote on Twitter this

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afternoon that he was loved the world over. There will never be

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another Ren Artois. Chapter 17, where shall we hide the sausage

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discount? I was lucky enough to interview him

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quite a few times. A great chap. Now, most of us know that James May

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has a passion for motoring but the former Top Gear presenter

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is also a train buff. He's now teamed up with a group

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of enthusiasts who want to recreate It's a classic design

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from the famous Doncaster works. Wearing a self-confessed fascination

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for engineering on the sleeve of his best workshop sweater,

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James May isn't afraid to get his hands grimy

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and if the part for a steam engine you're making has a name

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to make a schoolboy giggle, I'm making the amusingly named

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Slacking Cock Flange. Now, the slacking pipe

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is the bit on the foot plate which is like a high-pressure hose,

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like a sort of jet wash, sweeping coal dust off

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and the Cock is the tap, that's a bit like a stop,

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and the flange is the bit that attaches the Cock to the rest

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of the locomotive. James is making a piece

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for a P2 locomotive. Six of these giants were built

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in Doncaster, designed by the legendary engineer Sir Nigel

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Gresley. All were scrapped and now a team

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of enthusiasts, including James, If this sounds familiar,

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here's one they made earlier. Called a Tornado, this was another

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long lost Doncaster design resurrected by years of hard work

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and ?3 million. Having learned from Tornado,

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the new P2 class locomotive You've got the countdown there,

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these are the frames that support You've got the holes where the axle

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boxes and the wheels fit and then of course the distinctive smoke box

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with its sloping front-end. It was 1934 when the first of these

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appears, so there won't be many people left alive who remember them

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first time around. This one is about 20% complete now

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so there are many thousands of small For example, like

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Slacking Cock Flanges. I'm always amazed at how big it is,

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at how big any locomotive is, but this one especially because it's

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a right whopper. But the last time I was here,

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the only thing, the only completed part was the smoke box dial,

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which is the two hands that give it The new engine will be called Prince

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of Wales and should be finished within five years,

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that's assuming, of course, the Tom Ingle, BBC Look

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North, Darlington. And I rather hope I have a job

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tomorrow, but there we go! I think Tom may have outdone me there! I am

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so glad we have that report at the end! Shall we have a look at two

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pictures we had sent in, which were absolutely spectacular?

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Look at that, spectacular. You can just see the tower there out of the

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fog there in Halifax. Keep the pictures coming in... Pressure is

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high, it will remain that way all week long. We will have a problem

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with fog tonight, particularly later on becoming dense and widespread,

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that it fully for central and eastern parts of our area. That is

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the headline, then. Dry, cold, fog and frost. Wind developing during

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the second-half of the week. You can see the isobars back off to the

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south east and Thursday will be dragging up try, cold, Continental

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air. Temperatures by might not be higher than one Celsius. The

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Atlantic winds through eventually but probably not until later in the

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weekend. Another dry, cold week to come. An error of cloud has

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complicated things in the last couple of hours, bringing the spot

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of rain. That cloud will push away into the North Sea. With the light

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winds we will see widespread fog. Particularly Europe, dense through

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that area, the Vale of Pickering. Widespread frost and ice stop the

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other the urban area temperatures but I think really down to minus

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three Celsius. The sun rises in the morning at 8am. So, a real problem

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for the commute in the morning, thick, dense fog and this fog may be

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slow to clear across eastern parts. Top of the Pennines sticking out

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from the word go. A glorious day here. Eventually many of us will

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brighten up with sunny spells. You can see that fog reformatory end of

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tomorrow afternoon leading into a fairly commute tomorrow evening. Top

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afternoon temperatures just a light south-west wind where the fog

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persists around one Celsius but where it clears in western parts of

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South Yorkshire, looking at temperatures of around six Celsius.

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A little further ahead then, Wednesday the at first, that fog

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will lift again with some sunshine in the afternoon. A bitterly cold

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day on Thursday with quite a bit of cloud. That south-east wind from the

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continent. Frosty start to Friday, otherwise dry and bright with

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sunshine. Eventually the weekend turns my old. That is the forecast.

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That is it from us. I will be back at 10pm this evening. Enjoy the rest

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of the seething and drive carefully negotiating that fog. Good night

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from all of us here.

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