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Welcome to Thursday's Look North. Tonight...

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Thousands turn out for the funeral of a Leeds schoolboy.

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His father says he'll forgive those who stabbed his son to death.

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Concerns as the new Bishop of Sheffield says no

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I think the very fact that he won't ordain women himself

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has the potential to give out a really negative message.

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Were Sheffield tree protestors wrongly arrested?

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A criminal barrister says they may have been.

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And we meet the '80s pop star who's sold over 30 million records

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and he's perfoming here in Leeds tonight.

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Sunshine made an appearance, at least for a time today.

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Join me later in the programme to find out if it's set

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The family of a 16-year-old stabbed to death in Leeds last

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week, have appealed for peace and forgiveness, following

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Thousands turned out at the Bilal Mosque in Harehills

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before attending a vigil close to the spot where he died.

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A community united in grief, thousands packed the Bilal Mosque in

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Harehills for the Journal of Irfan Wahid. As a friend, a brother, he

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was humble, fearless, full of love. -- for the funeral of Irfan Wahid.

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We have had a turnout of all old people, all groups, people from all

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Trinity is showing the love for our brother, just amazing. Irfan died

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from a single stab wound to the chest after he was attacked on

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Harehills Lane six days ago. One boy appeared in court today charged with

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murder and possession of a knife. Today however was not about

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recrimination but simply a celebration of the life lived. Irfan

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's family have been great. That is nothing worse than losing your child

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and no worse way than losing your child in these tragic circumstances,

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so that message of forgiveness which is also echoed by the Iman year at

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Bilal Mosque was truly inspiring, something we can all learn from. A

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message echoed at the virtual after the funeral close to where he lost

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his life. Remember, if she isn't dead, he is alive in our hearts and

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don't remember how he died, remember how he lived. Among those paying

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their respects at today's vigil, two former teachers, who remembered him

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with great fondness. He was dedicated to learning, he made

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really good progress, he was an asset to the school, great community

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member, really well liked by everybody and such a popular boy. I

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remember that smile, but smile could change the world. And over member

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ducking into the cupboard to have to laugh so I could tell him off when

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he had done something naughty but he was a great kid. Great young man who

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brought people together. His death is one of three fatalities in

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Harehills over recent weeks, two stabbings, one shooting and three

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lives lost, shaking the people who live here. Today was more than

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simply saying goodbye to a popular young man with the best years ahead

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of him, it was a symbol of togetherness and unbreakable

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community spirit. Some lovely tribute there.

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Next tonight, there's growing anger in the Sheffield Diocese

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about the appointment of a new Bishop who doesn't believe

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Philip North takes up his position in June, but a female vicar

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says his views make the Church of England look like

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a "discriminatory organisation". Heidi Tomlinson has the story.

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My family are from Doncaster, my grandfather...

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The Right Reverend Philip North, very soon to be

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He'll be installed this summer, but the appointment has been met

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with dismay by some clergy in South Yorkshire, because he

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Although Bishop Philip is very clear that he stands for equality,

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and wants to see women flourish and he's really clear about that,

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I think the very fact that he won't ordain women himself

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has the potential to give out a really negative message,

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that somehow the Church of England is a discriminatory organisation.

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There was a similar outcry when he was nominated

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for the Bishop of Whitby, so much so that he withdrew.

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It was 23 years ago that some of the first women priests

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were ordained at Sheffield Cathedral.

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More recently, in 2015, clergy from all over the world came

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to York to witness the consecration of the first woman bishop,

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Philip North was consecrated at a similar time and,

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despite their differences, the two are friends.

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He maintains his opinions on the ordination of women

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will not hinder his working relationships in Sheffield.

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He says, I understand the concerns of those who have misgivings

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When Bishop Philip is installed here at Sheffield Cathedral

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in June, he'll be in charge of around 70 women.

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He's already held a meeting with some of them in Doncaster,

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so will they be able to turn to him for advice, given his views?

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In his current role as Bishop of Burnley,

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Now, they praise his ability to support and include.

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Some of the women were certainly quite apprehensive and I just think

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that he's turned that round and I honestly think,

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once the women of Sheffield work with him, they will realise how

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amazing he is and their doubts will be allayed by him.

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As a traditionalist, the incoming Bishop refuses

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to ordain or take communion from a woman, but says

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he will respect everyone and ensure all the clergy

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Heidi Tomlinson, BBC Look North, Sheffield.

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So what does his appointment mean for the ordination

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The Reverend Canon Ian Smith sat on the panel that appointed him.

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He joins us live now from St Peter Church

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How do you react to this controversy, not a good advert for

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the Church of England, is it? I don't think it's a bad advert for

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the church of England. It says that as an organisation much of the game

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we have to work with differences and this is something we've been doing

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for many years. -- much of the time. And the differences are that women

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are not good enough effectively to the ordained in the clergy, that is

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his point, isn't it? This is the heart of it, please explain to me

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how the Bishop can justify this? I think he will justify it on the

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grounds that, in many churches, the tradition is women may not have such

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a role. In the church of England we have accepted, we are encouraging

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women to flourish at every level, including bishops, but we have made

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a space for those who do not, and those people are as valued at have

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as many opportunities as anyone else in the church. Does that mean...?

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I'm sorry. I think Philip will be a focus of unity. That is a delay

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here, I beg your pardon. Does this mean that under his tenure at women

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will be ordained? -- now women. Far from it. He will be involved in the

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ordination of all men and women as deacons in the Cathedral and being a

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deacon is the fundamental part of our ministry, being a servant

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figure, and he will be involved in all of that, involved in encouraging

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for patience as he has everywhere he has worked, encouraging men and

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women. Do you not accept that, if it is true that some of the attendances

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at the Church of England are falling, this will not help, keeping

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people from going away, maybe 50% of the population? An awful lot of

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people don't attend church. Those who do can dip their toe in and

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often find it is not quite what they expected, and it is much better. I

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think Philip will infuser clergy into being extremely welcoming

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places with a great deal of good news to share with the people of

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size Yorkshire. He has a great passion for South Yorkshire,

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speaking warmly by Doncaster with icons beating from now and it is

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great to have a basic so positive about the area and its people. -- to

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have the Bishop. What about Whitby, they did not want him, could there

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be similar protests in Sheffield question I hope not. At the time and

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Whitby, some of those protests were understandable and I hope people

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will take the time and effort to get to know Philip as an individual. I

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have only seen him once, at interviews, and he came across

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exceptionally well. Everyone I speak to speaks exceptionally highly of

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him when they get to know him, when they are working with them. People

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who expected not to get one with pointy is one of the best supporters

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they got, his pastoral care is second to none. You have already

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spoken to one person who spoke so warmly of the way he has worked and

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encouraged her. Reverend Canon Ian Smith, thank you, apologies again

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for the delay which meant that start of the interview awkward.

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Later on Look North, he's always bowled us over...

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Hello, join me in a few minutes time and I'll preview

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my new exhibition in the Town Hall, here in Barnsley.

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How's that?! HE LAUGHS

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The 15-year-old girl-accused of the murder of seven-year-old

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Katie Rough in York in January has today pleaded not guilty.

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Our Correspondent John Cundy was at Leeds Crown Court.

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Katie Rough's family arriving at Leeds Crown Court today.

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They sat in the jury area of the court

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in the Woodthorpe area of York in January.

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She died soon afterwards in hospital,

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as an arrest was made in the community.

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Earlier this week, crowds gathered outside

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York Minster, where Katie's funeral was held.

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The 15-year-old girl accused of the murder of Katie Rough

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made a 20-minute appearance by video link to Court 5,

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She can't be named for legal reasons.

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Her solicitor, sitting beside her, said the girl was

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pleading not guilty to the murder of Katie on January the 9th.

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The Recorder of Leeds, Judge Peter Collins,

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-- The Recorder of Leeds, Judge Peter Collier,

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explained the procedures of the court to the girl

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and told her she'll stand trial in July.

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The community of Woodthorpe, in York, was united in grief

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The trial of the girl accused of her killing is expected to

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John Cundy, BBC Look North, at Leeds Crown Court.

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Some other news now, and a woman has been

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found guilty of murder, over the death of a man

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she and her partner stabbed and kicked to death.

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Police say Craig Wild, who was 47, suffered around 117 separate

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injuries from multiple weapons, during the attack in August.

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Alison Moss and David Webster, who pled guilty at

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an earlier hearing, will be sentenced tomorrow.

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Planning permission for a new theme park in South Yorkshire has been

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granted by Rotherham Council, subject to Secretary

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It's hoped the ?37 million development on the former

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Pithouse West colliery site would create more than 400 jobs.

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Gullivers, the company behind the project, runs theme

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Specialist cold-case detectives are to review the unsolved murder

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of a wealthy West Yorkshire businessman 13 years ago today.

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John Luper was asphyxiated during a raid at his home

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in North Leeds by a gang of men, who got away with ?100,000 worth

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His wife, daughter and family au pair were tied up

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Now, it's being claimed people detained by police while protesting

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about the felling of trees in Sheffield could have been

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A lawyer says South Yorkshire Police should not have used legislation

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in the Labour Relations Act, which is intended to be used

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Two protestors are due to face trial in March after trying

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to prevent council contractors cutting down trees.

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Protesters were out in force again in the Nether Edge area

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of Sheffield this morning, determined to stop a tree

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on Chippinghouse Road being chopped down by

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There was no sign of the workmen from Amey, who had planned

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No sign either of South Yorkshire Police, who, in the past,

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have been there to make sure protesters don't get in the way

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And I'm arresting you, at...10.10. You don't have to say anything...

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Two weeks ago, nine people, including two on Chippinghouse Road,

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were arrested by officers, who used legislation normally

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Two other protesters have already appeared in court charged

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with offences under the law and will face trial in March.

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Some of those arrested recently were on private land at the time,

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Now, a Leeds-based barrister says he believes these arrests

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are unlawful and that those arrested could sue South Yorkshire Police

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He says this legislation has rarely been used.

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There are certainly strong arguments that they are not

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That they've not wrongfully committed any act,

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which is what the test effectively is.

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The last time the case in front of the Court of Appeal was someone

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sitting effectively on a crane to prevent it moving

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So that's the normal circumstances it would be used in.

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I think that's the difficulty, to find anything upon which they can

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remove the protesters, which is why I assume someone

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in the force legal department has come up with this one.

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South Yorkshire Police said tonight they are unable to discuss specific

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cases which are now in the criminal justice system, but say ultimately

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the use of the legislation outlined will be tested through the courts.

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I think the police are caught in an awkward trap.

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They have to enforce the law and, when you've got powerful voices

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explaining at great length what they believe the law to be,

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and innocent citizens who are a bit flat-footed,

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I think they've got to do a complete U-turn.

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The process is slow and grinding, so it's a tactic I think,

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We can't question it on the day, because we go off in a van

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Um, bring it up in court, and it's all it is.

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CHANTING: Hey, Amey, leave our trees alane!

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Late this afternoon, around 30 people gathered outside

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Sheffield Town Hall to mount yet another protest, keen to show

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passers-by the campaign to save for the trees

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keen to show passers-by the campaign to save healthy trees

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from being felled in the city goes on.

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Ian White, BBC Look North, Sheffield.

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Leeds United co-owner Massimo Cellino is to stay

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in position at the helm of the club, for the time being at least.

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His proposed ban by the Football Association has

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today been suspended, whilst Cellino's appeal continues.

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Cellino was due to begin a 12 month suspension,

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after being found guilty of breaching the FA's

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But in his appeal, he alleges that the decision was unfair

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It's been a very busy day down at Huddersfield Town today.

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It's been like that all week, actually!

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Reporters from all over Europe have been gathering to see how

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the Terriers' are preparing to tackle mighty Manchester City

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And it turns out that one of Huddersfield's key players

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is hoping to face one of his personal heroes

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you know, one of my idols for a long time.

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It'll be nice to play against him, but that's not the focus.

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I'm just going to go in there and play like I normally do.

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If I play, it doesn't matter who we play against, really.

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We're all looking forward to it, but it's9 going to be great and,

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We're all looking forward to it, but it's going to be great and,

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now, just going to see how... test us how far we've come

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this season, I think, in this game, but it's going to be good.

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And I will be talking to David Wagner, the manager, tomorrow on

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Look North. Our next guest needs

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little introduction. Marc Almond has sold more

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than 30 million records worldwide. He shot to fame when Soft Cell -

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the duo he formed with fellow Leeds Polytechnic student David Ball

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- had a huge global hit That was just the start of a string

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of successful singles and albums. And tonight, he's performing

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in a concert with students at the Leeds College of Music

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for Radio Leeds. The rehearsals are going

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fantastic, actually. It's a real treat to work with such

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a great collective of musicians from the Leeds Music College

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and a great... You know, ex-students,

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current students, some new faces, people I've worked with before,

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some people I haven't worked with before, and it's always a real

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special to come up and see them Treat to work with some

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of the arrangements and things and get some songs that I really

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love to sing with a great collection Now, you've worked some huge

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venues over the years, but this is quite an intimate

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performance, isn't it? Well, I've actually worked

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all kinds of venues, really. For me, you know, I like doing

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intimate places, because then it's a kind of good test

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of you as a singer and as a performer, to actually

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see your audience and to face them, but as you say,

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I've played kind of big places, I've played small places,

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to 100 people, to 20,100 people! I mean, the levels of kind of stress

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are a bit different and the kind of, I do get a little bit of stage

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fright occasionally, on things when I'm out of my comfort zone,

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but I really enjoy it. I love things that challenge me,

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I love doing different things and new things and this is like,

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um, to come and work You're fresh from rehearsals?

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Yeah. Shall we take a look at what's

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been happening just next door? # Try to avoid her eyes

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To avoid her words # They can hit you

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with all that you feel! # He's searching

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She's showing # See him held in a deep deep spell

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He knows she's glowing! # And I can find within my mind

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a way to go # And I can look deep

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into your light and shout # Hold me, hold me,

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hold me, hold me, hold me!# And obviously, it must be great

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to be back in Leeds. It's your musical home,

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really, isn't it? Well, it is a musical home for me.

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It feels like a second home. This is where I kind of started.

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This is where Soft Cell started. I was here at the Art College

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and it's kind of always coming back here and I seem to have been

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here so many times over the past two years, working

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with the students at the college. I've been here doing

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a couple of shows on my own. I don't think I've been in Leeds

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so much over the past kind of ten And whenever I come back,

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it was a great kind of feeling. I know Leeds has changed a lot

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and it's a much bigger city than it was and things have changed

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and moved about a bit, but I always get this

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great kind of feeling, when I come back, but this

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is my kind of musical home. So to come back and work

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with the students feels like coming home and I think the students

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and I, since I've worked with them for the first time -

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we started working together last year - I feel that we are on this

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musical journey now and I think it will be a kind of regular date that

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I think we'll do something together. You've got a new album

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coming out and a tour. How can you possibly

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pick those best songs? The tour in March,

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going with the album, is just going to be hits and singles

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- that's what it says on the can. Hits and singles, some big ones,

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some not so big ones, some ones that I just personally

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like that haven't been such big So, um, it's a real kind of up show,

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I think, and then I'll probably something a bit different of it

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later on in the year. A bit of a different thing.

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Fantastic. Well, I've certainly grown

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up listening to you, as have most of the newsroom

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when I was talking downstairs - the producer and the new

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broadcast journalist... I feel really, really old now!

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We all lose your music! I feel really, really old now!

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We all love your music! Well, good luck tonight.

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Thank you. Thank you very much.

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Thank you very much, cheers! And you can listen to that concert

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at nine o'clock on Saturday An exhibition celebrating

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the achievements of Yorkshire cricket legend Dickie Bird

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officially opens tomorrow. The display at Experience Barnsley

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follows Dickie's life as the footballing son of a miner

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to becoming one of the world's most I've been to see Dickie

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and the display. And it seems he's been

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part of my life ever since I began on Look North.

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I've done documentaries about him. LIKE DAVID ATTENBOROUGH:

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Its distinctive behaviour and plumage is spotted

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throughout the world. And this unusual Bird

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attracts universal respect. There have been times when he's had

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to peg me back and he's done I think he's looking at you now,

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actually, as if to say... I tell you, the man's unbelievable.

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Look at him! He's got to be in everything!

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LAUGHTER. And now, his own

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exhibition in Barnsley. I tell you what, Dickie,

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that brings back some memories, eh? This Is Your Life?

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Aw, wonderful memories. They came from all over

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the world for me. Prime ministers, great

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cricketers and, at the end, who came on the show was the great

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Garfield Sobers - the greatest player.

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You cried as well, didn't you? The bag, tell me about

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the Dickie Bird bag. I've had that years,

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I had that years when I was umpire and it's a leather, made of real

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leather, and it was made by a firm in Albany St Peter's

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and that bag's still going, I think this must give you

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such pride, this exhibition. Oh, hang on, I must get

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the old cap on Dickie! You've lost a few of

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these, haven't you? Before a West Indies Test series

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started, I used to have a big box I had to make it, because the worst

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thing is the supporters used to come Medals, you've got so many.

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Yeah, I've so many medals. I did three World Cup finals,

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all the finals that I did all over the world, I got a medal,

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so I've got medals all over You must feel so chuffed?

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Oh, I do feel... Especially my hometown

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and this exhibition. And I know the people will enjoy it

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and I feel very proud. And the preview is tomorrow

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night at six o'clock? Steve Dennison, the chairman

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of Yorkshire, is going to open it for you.

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Yeah. But it gets underway on Saturday.

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It's not to be missed. And there's still an awful

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lot of work to be done by these lovely ladies here.

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Get working, you two! Come on, get cracking!

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Look at all the medals! All the medals, look at this one!

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All the medals, Harry! Good old boy. He took off four of

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those sweaters, I remember that documentary, because it was

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so-called, it was April at the time. I'm amazed they find the room big

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enough for all that stuff. What about winter woollies? Will we

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need them? No, it will be very mild,

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potentially mid teens, I felt warm today, it is only going to get

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males. Let's look at some of your pictures coming through, -- it is

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going to get mild. That grand Hotel. Devil sunshine in Scarborough

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tomorrow. And some lovely reflections in the water. Again,

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some sunshine tomorrow. Keep your pictures coming in. Or you can send

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me a tweet. And Harry is right there will be

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mild weather, particularly the weekend. Tomorrow, a lot of dry

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weather, mainly eastern parts in the morning. The yellow one here, that

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is the milder air, and will get more orange into the weekend. Into double

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figures potentially by next week. Temperatures in the mid for eastern

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parts. Some broken cloud not producing too many showers. Most

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dying away. Some drizzle continuing across the hills, some mist and murk

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year, and more cloud across western and south-western parts. And

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temperatures will drop to the coolest here. Maybe even a touch of

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frost towards the North York Moors by dawn. The sun will rise in the

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morning at 7.22, setting again at almost 20 past five. And the next

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high water... We start tomorrow with a south West,

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North East split, some drizzle over the hills, more cloud here, but in

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the East a lovely start. You can see the cloud steadily moving eastwards,

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most places have been quite a lot of cloud later, but it will be dry

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across the Pennines. Temperatures tomorrow, more less all places

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getting into double figures. Up to around 10 degrees, which is 55 and

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hey, maybe even higher than that over the weekend. For the weekend,

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-- 55 Fahrenheit. For the weekend, dry weather, most of the region

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overnight Saturday into Sunday. Thank you very much. Good luck with

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the update later. With the extended late News. And we will see you

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tomorrow. Goodbye. Goodbye.

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