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Good evening, you're watching Wednesday's Look North.

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The front line in the fight against fracking.

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24 hours in the life of Yorkshire's protest camp,

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as the company looking for gas insists it's safe.

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After this you know, it will go everywhere,

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People have had a lot of myths and scaremongering thrown at them.

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Parents across Leeds are warned after a man

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exposed himself to children using a live-streaming phone app.

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Should drivers who kill get tougher sentences?

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The family of a hit and run victim take their petition

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Betty has lost another ?2! I think it is more nervous than anything

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else. And, Leeds comedy Fat Friends

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returns as a musical - we'll speak to the writer

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Kay Mellor. And it looks like tomorrow

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will be the coldest day Join me for the live

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updated forecast. Tonight, we start with a special

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report from inside the anti-fracking The area is one of only two sites

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in Britain where the controversial practice has been given

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the go ahead. The protesters who call themselves

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the "frontline in the fight against fracking" moved

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in just before Christmas. Initially a few people and a few

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tents, there's now a growing number calling a field at the edge

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of Kirby Misperton, their home. They've dug a toilet,

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erected a phone mast, and are even hoping to plumb

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in a kitchen sink. In a moment we'll hear

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from the company behind the plans, but first our business correspondent

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Danni Hewson reports on her 24 What is quickly apparent is the

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support this camp is receiving from within the local community.

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Donations of logs, food, water and many willing hands. It has become

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something of a hub and draws in visitors from right across the

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country. Some local campaigners had resisted the arrival of a camp, but

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others feel this was always the next step. We still want to go back to

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court and win on environmental grounds, but while this is here,

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people want to show it is the only way to say no politely,

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respectfully. The local support is very strong. We have come because we

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live locally, and we don't agree with fracking, and everyone is out

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here doing the very best, and it is cold, winter and miserable, and we

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just thought we would give a little back to help them to stop it can't

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come and because we are too busy, but we thought it would be a nice

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thing to do to do to come and give them some warm food. But it has only

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been a month, and those on site are preparing for a long campaign.

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Wi-Fi, sturdy structures are going up and of course there were no

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foundation. The self proclaimed protectors are trespassing. This

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site belongs to the owners of nearby flamingo land. It is not ideal, but

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that is the nature of the country we live in now. The amount of common

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land is very committed, particularly in this area, and the amount of

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unused land in this area is limited. We do have a plan B, but I can

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assure you that would have greater implications on the local committees

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and us being here. He says they have begun a dialogue with the landowner,

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but their presence on private land is a source of tension locally. As

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night falls, another issue emerges. With the visitors gone, most of

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those at the camp out of the area, many factions from other protests.

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Eddie is the exception. As we sat by the fire, I asked him what he hoped

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to achieve. Wherever that has been a protection camp there has been

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success. We have got optimism, we believe we will be successful. We

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would not count in this field through winter if we thought we

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weren't. We are going to stop the lorries. We made it through the

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night, which was absolutely freezing, as you can tell by the

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morning frost. Already, the fires are going and the kettle is on. For

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outsiders, it seems a strange life to choose. But, in the mind of those

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on camp, it is a battle that must be fought. This is the front line.

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After this, it will go everywhere so we have got to stop it here. The

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next few months will tell the story. So, the camp and

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protestors are ready. What do Third Energy

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think about them? I don't have a view that the

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protesters would want to listen to. I don't spend my time on social

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media. I don't spend my time on Twitter. We have got an important

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job to do, providing jobs for local people. We provide support for local

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businesses, we provide electricity for tens of thousands of local

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homes. What kind of thing will the people of the once you start? I want

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to know about how many lorries are going to be there, how many people

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are going to turn up to work. Give us an overview of what people can

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anticipate. They will see a lot of equipment going on site while we put

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it all together and do various tests, but when it comes to the

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actual operation, the fracking operation is only going to last an

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hour per zone. I am trying to get that point across. It is not going

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to be very disruptive, it is not going to cause any concern, or it

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shouldn't. They are used to us. Do you mean one hour per day? Each

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hydraulic stimulation might take a day to conduct from beginning to

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end, but the actual hydraulic fracturing operation will only last

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an hour for each of the five fracking sites. Let me ask you to

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put your reputation on the line. Is this totally safe? That question has

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been answered so many times. The way you should ask the question is, can

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it be conducted safely, and the answer is absolutely, yes. When I

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say safe, I also mean in a wider context of environmentally sound as

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well. You have got the all clear and you can start tomorrow. When will

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you start? We will start when we are ready. I have said already, there

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are conditions to be discharged by the Environment Agency, by the

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county council, and we have also got a programme that will need to be

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approved by the secretary of state. Imminent? You can expect it once we

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have achieved those objectives. Not much given away there. We expect

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things to be moving within the next few months.

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Later on Look North: The scenic villages shortlisted for a new HS2

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Parkway station in West and South Yorkshire.

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Parents of primary school children across Leeds have been sent warning

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letters about a mobile phone app following reports that a man

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The Lively app allows kids to easily broadcast live video

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from their phone camera to their online friends.

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But on Monday someone unknown joined the group.

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The letter warns the app is unsafe and provides opportunities

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If you have got children, this may be a familiar sight. Heads down,

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engrossed in tablets and phones. But an incident involving a group of

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year six pupils in Leeds this week has highlighted how important it is

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to be aware of what they are doing. Some children were talking to each

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other from their homes on Monday night to the social media at Lively.

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A man they did not know joined in the chat, and he went on to expose

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himself and performed a sex act. The next day, the school sent a letter

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to parents urging them to delete the app. It said,:

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A cyber trauma research helps children who may have seen something

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distressing online. She says the app Lively is a streaming platform

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actually designed for teenagers, so it has the potential to be dangerous

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for under 18s. Children may be streaming to an unknown audience.

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They might be visited by people who are not necessarily their friends or

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people that they know and trust, and the likelihood is, if they are

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viewing live streaming videos that there is a chance they could come

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across some material that is unsavoury. There seems to be a bit

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of a deficit in parental knowledge of what can actually happen online,

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and at the moment it seems that this deficit is what is being exploited

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by people who want to exploited. Nigel agrees with that. He has three

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children of school age, including 12-year-old Grace. He says it has up

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to parents to be more vigilant. I am in the minority of parents that no

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so much about what apps my children are using. I find it a bit lazy of

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parents. I think it is lazy parenting, not knowing what to

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children are doing. It is easy for parents to turn a blind eye, and say

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here is the latest iPhone and it keeps the children quiet for an

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hour. When I download the apps, I read the description to make sure I

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am the right age. I make sure my settings are on private. West

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Yorkshire Police has specialist detectives investigating the case,

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hunting for the man involved. This shocking incident is a reminder to

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parents to be vigilant when children are online.

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The family of a man who was killed in a hit and run incident in Leeds

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have taken a petition to Downing Street calling

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for tougher sentences for people convicted of dangerous

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James Gilbey was left dying on the roadside in 2015.

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The men responsible for his death were jailed for eight years,

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but Mr Gilbey's family say they should have been charged

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with manslaughter and given longer prison terms.

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The father of 25-year-old hit and run victim James Gilbey on the steps

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of number ten Downing St tonight. He has been delivering a petition

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signed by more than 15,000 people, calling for tougher sentences for

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those whose dangerous or careless driving leads to someone's death.

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James had been crossing a road in Leeds in July 20 15th when he was

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hit by a VW golf, which had been racing and Audi A5. It had been

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travelling at speeds of 80 mph in a 40 zone.

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When the case went to court last year, Majid Malik admitted causing

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Kaiz Mahmood was found guilty of the same offence.

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They had both driven off from the scene of the accident.

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They were both sentenced to eight years in jail.

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James Gilbey's father Richard has since been campaigning for drivers

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convicted of racing to face manslaughter charges,

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Arguing they should be of the same severity as manslaughter. When you

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go to court you rely on the judicial system to punish these people

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appropriate. I feel that with death by dangerous driving, that is not

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the case. It is too lenient, these sentences. People are walking out of

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court having served four years. It was considered so lenient, even by

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the family of those sentenced that my wife and I had to enjoy them

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running around the courtroom chanting and cheering in jubilation,

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shouting it is OK, they will be home in four years. While we sat there

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knowing that our boy would never come home again. The government is

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reviewing how such offences are dealt with but it means death by

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dangerous driving could increase from the current maximum of 14 years

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to life in prison. Death by careless driving involving drink and drugs

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would also increase from 14 years to life in jail. It seems at the moment

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there is concern and questions being raised, hence the government

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consultation, about the fact that 14 years as a maximum term for a case

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where someone has died is not seem to be quite enough. So really, it is

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going to give the judges more room to manoeuvre and be fairer in how

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sentences are in post. New sentencing guidelines will not bring

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James Gilbey back but his family hope that at least his death may

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bring about significant change and it will also act as a strong

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deterrent to offenders. Lorraine Allaway also

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wants tougher sentences. She handed her own petition

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into Downing Street last October. Her husband Robert was killed

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by a drunk driver in His killer was given

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a 4.5 year sentence. Remind us what happened to Robert.

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He was joining me and my family, and we were all waiting for my sister to

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die of cancer. So he was going to join us before we went up for the

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last time to say our goodbyes. On his way to meet up with us, Mr Crook

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hit him head-on and killed him instantly. His killer was given 4.5

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years will stop he is due to be released next September. How does

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that make you feel? I am a bit aggrieved about it. I was aggrieved

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at the time of the sentencing because we were expecting at least

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seven as a minimum term, not 4.5. So, yes when the sentence was done,

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I wanted to campaign for stronger sentences. And you did, you handed

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your petition into Downing Street last October. We have got some

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pictures of you doing that. James Gilbey's father has done the same

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today. What would you like to see happen? I would like to see people

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actually getting together, taking part in the public consultation

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without people taking part things will never change. So the public

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consultation is in February, and you say it is about people power? It is.

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Because alteration finishes on the first of Fabry, so between now and

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then as many people as possible need to take part. Remind us how they can

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take part. They need to go online to the government website and search

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for current consultations, and they will be able to find one regarding

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sentences for these drivers. We heard Major Gilbey talking about a

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manslaughter charge. Is that what you want as well? A minimum of a

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manslaughter charge. To be honest, I think these people should serve a

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minimum of ten years in jail. And that is ten years, not five, as it

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currently is at the moment. And also, I would like to be able to say

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the fact that these people who kill through drugs, drink, mobile phone

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use, should also lose their licences for life. Lorraine, thank you for

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joining me. You are welcome, thank you.

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The BBC has learned of eight possible locations

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for a parkway station on the High Speed Two rail line.

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In South Yorkshire they would be Wales, Bramley, Hooton Roberts,

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Mexborough, Hickleton and Clayton, along with Hemsworth

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Tom Ingall's been talking to those living at one

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The new HS2 line is expected to cross it just ahead of the bridge

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That's why a parkway station might be built here,

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just a few hundred meters from the village of Clayton

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People bought these houses in a remote location

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and they have bought them because they want to live in

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They want to live in the countryside, they don't

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want to live beside a 1700 space car park and a train station.

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What if it promoted economic regeneration in the air?

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As long as it means people aren't losing their homes to put up

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Clayton is one of eight sites being considered

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to serve South Yorkshire, to supplement the proposed Sheffield

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One of the drivers behind the parkway is to be able to spread

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the benefits of HS2 as widely as possible across Yorkshire,

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and to make sure as many people as possible have access to it.

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This is going to be a very big year for HS2.

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First of all, they should finally pin down their route options

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for this part of the world, and doubtless there will be a nip

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Secondly, and more importantly, within a few months they are likely

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to stick shovels on the ground to build the first part of the line

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For people who like or dislike the idea of a parkway

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station near their village, everything is still to play for.

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It might be quiet today, but in 20 years' time,

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this part of the world could look very different indeed.

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Five men have been found guilty of the sexual abuse

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Matloob Hussain, Mohammed Sadiq and brothers Basharat,

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Nasser and Tayab Dad, were convicted after a trial

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Amjad Ali pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing.

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The offences date back to the late 1990s and early 2000s,

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when the girls were given alcohol and cannabis and intimidated

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Yorkshire Building Society Group is to close four branches

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in our region as part of a company-wide restructuring

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plan.YBS sites in Farsley, Mirfield, Waterloo near Huddersfield and Wyke

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will close in May, putting 20 jobs at risk.

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Nationally, 44 other branches will close, putting nearly 10%

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The company says it hopes to minimise redundancies as it

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focuses more on its mortgages and savings businesses.

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That's what happened to 200 or so Bradford City fans who trekked

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all the way to Oxford for their match last night,

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only for it to be postponed ten minutes before kick-off

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We felt let down, not because we had travelled,

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but felt let down by the powers in football, like the referees that

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did two pitch inspections, one on Monday and won again at 9.30

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on Tuesday, and they should have known that the weather was going

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Sheffield United's game did go ahead.

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They stay top of League One despite losing 2-0 last night

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Conor McLaughlin put the away side in front midway

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And Devante Cole latched on to a weak Ethan Ebanks-Landell

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header to lob the Sheffield United keeper Simon Moore.

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The Blades have gained just one point from their last three matches.

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The comedy-drama Fat Friends became a huge success when it

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hit our screens more than 15 years ago.

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The series was written by Kay Mellor and followed eight women struggling

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to lose weight at a slimming club in Headingley.

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Well, later this year it's making a comeback as a musical

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The original songs have been composed by Andrew Lloyd

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First, here's a reminder of the show.

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It is just an inch of love. It is not going to go. What if I breathe

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them? No, I don't think so. Can I have a go? Of course, but if it rips

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you will have to buy it. Been taking happy pills, have you? Pull your

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shoulders back, love! Mum, it is not my shoulders that's the problem! It

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is nearly there. What about a corset?

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The last time you came in you hinted at a musical. I did not anticipate

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this one. This is going back to my roots in some respects because it is

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theatre, live theatre, but a musical, music, is brand-new to me.

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Does Fat Friends give you everything that you need to explore this new

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venture? It is a common theme, in a way. Size will stop everyone is on a

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diet, everyone thinks they have got weight to lose. It is a kind of

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national obsession, wait. Yes, I think it is universal. It is funny,

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sad and topical. I think so anyway. I think it is a theme that people

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will love to visit when they go to the theatre. We love a good musical.

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We are excited about this. And of course you have the Lloyd Webber

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music. He is great, Nicholas Lloyd Webber, but his dad came to one of

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the workshops. He walked in the back, and I knew something had

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happened and I turned around and there he was. He has got an aura

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about him. He came up to me and he said, you have got a musical there,

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I think. That is a compliment! He said now what you should do is go

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and get Jodie printer. Of course, she is the Andrew Lloyd Webber link.

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Who else are we expecting, will it be an all Yorkshire cast? I hope so.

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We will try to persuade Jane McDonald to join us, which would be

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lovely. She came to the workshop. She has expressed an interest, so

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fingers crossed. I know why you did it, because Gary Barlow gave you the

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idea. Actually, we were doing a workshop when that was on. It will

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be on at the ground. It is fantastic, my hometown, right here.

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That's where it was set on the telly, it was set in Leeds. So using

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lead characters, Leeds arena. We know you don't just stick to

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Yorkshire and you have global appeal. Do you hope this will reach

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the West End? It will open here, we will do it for five weeks from

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November to December, and they will take on a national tour, and

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hopefully take it to the West End. Who knows after that? We will follow

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your progress with the casting. Tickets are on sale now. If you book

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now, you will get good seats. We have got the message!

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Let's move on to the weather. Tomorrow looks set to be a very cold

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day. Some beautiful pictures have been sent in. Absolutely stunning.

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Keep those pictures coming in. Tomorrow looks pretty depressing,

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overcast with air coming up from the continent. Grey skies, if you like

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snow flurries. Eventually by the weekend, we will get the Atlantic

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back, so temperatures returning to near normal. The low cloud and

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really cold air is currently across Lincolnshire. We are in the clear

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right now, but this cloud will move northwards over the next few hours,

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and then it turned very grey with mist and fog at lower levels, and

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then over the tops of the Pennines there could be a dusting of snow in

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some places. The odd spot of drizzle, Frost and ice. 28

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Fahrenheit. The sun will rise in the morning: A very cold, raw day, with

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a significant wind-chill Tamara. Mist and low cloud. There will be

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one or two snowflakes, a bit of drizzle in places, but you will not

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see the sun so do wrap up warm. Maximum temperatures tomorrow, just

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one Celsius in Scarborough. As you can see from this, some places may

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not get above freezing. Combine the wind and it will feel more like

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minus five. Another grey day on Friday, really cold at first,

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bad-tempered is recovering to four or 5 degrees. Patchy rain on

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Saturday. Sunday looks lovely day with a ridge of high pressure, so

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most places will be with some sunshine. That is the forecast.

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Have a good night. RADIO: 'The UK has voted to leave

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the European Union by 52% to 48. 'Ukip leader Nigel Farage celebrated

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the result, declaring that 'dawn was breaking on an

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independent nation.' Ugh! 'is expected to resign

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later this morning.'

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