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Good evening. for the news where you are.
More than 1,000 rail services will be cancelled tomorrow
as members of the RMT union go on strike.
It's part of a dispute over plans to remove guards from trains.
The disruption is likely to make roads much busier than normal
It won't be such a straightforward journey for train passengers
tomorrow, when the members of the RMT strike.
The union are concerned about plans to change the role of guards -
currently they open and close doors when a train arrives at a station,
but Arriva North want a driver to do that on their own.
We believe that having a second person on all trains provides
assurances to the travelling public, and it's an additional safety
measure in the event that the driver becomes incapacitated.
If you are trying to get from Bradford Forster Square
into Leeds for a 9am start tomorrow, you might just make it.
If you are coming home after work, then your last train
But if you need to get home after work from Bradford to Ilkley,
The advice to passengers is to make alternative arrangements if you can,
It is a similar picture at stations across Yorkshire.
More than 1,000 services are cancelled.
There will be no services before 7am, and the last trains on most
They have got to get to work, the commuters,
and I understand them being upset, but what else can they do?
How are they going to get their voice heard?
It is not good for these people in general.
It will affect most of the activities that are going on.
For me, I think it is not the right decision, really.
If there are no guards, who will help them?
Who will be there with the passengers?
So, for public safety, it is better to have the guards there.
That is the issue that has sparked this dispute,
but Arriva North say drivers can operate doors safely on their own.
We put safety at the heart of everything that we do.
The Independent Rail Regulator has actually indicated that this
is as safe as conductor operation of the doors.
A tricky commute ahead for passengers tomorrow,
with unions warning that, if a deal can't be reached,
Abi Jaiyeola, BBC Look North, Bradford.
For the latest information on the strike tomorrow,
go to BBC.co.dot.uk/Leeds, York or Sheffield,
A woman has died after being hit by a stolen car in Doncaster.
62-year old grandmother Susan Gravel was knocked down in Stainforth
Police believe the silver or grey BMW was stolen.
Mrs Gravel's family have called her "loving and caring".
A 34-year-old man's been charged with murder following the death
Officers were called out to Lanshaw Crescent in Belle Isle
A 41-year-old man was found dead at the scene.
34-year-old local man David Holgate will appear before
You might have noticed some celebrations in Leeds today.
It was the 15th St Patrick's Day parade in the city,
and thousands of supporters and spectators were there.
A convoy of banners, bands and floats took to the streets
for a day of "Leeds Going Irish" with celebrations continuing
The first St Patrick's Day parade in Leeds was in 1999.
On to Super League, Wakefield won a tight match against Salford 24-22.
Castleford Tigers showed why they are the early-season
Super League leaders with a 34-0 win at Widnes, their fourth in a row.
A quick word about something we're looking at on Look North tomorrow -
I've been out on patrol with officers from West Yorkshire's
Roads Policing Unit as they clamp down on people travelling around
It's still a big problem and the cause of many deaths
A new campaign gets under way tomorrow.
Tune in tomorrow to see what we found when we went out
Now let's take a look at the weather.
A much colder night in store than we have had in recent nights.
A little bit of cloud to get out of the way with first,
but then we will be left with clear skies through the night.
Under the clear skies, the temperatures will be falling
to around four or five Celsius, but we could see a touch of frost
That does mean it's going to be quite a cold start tomorrow morning.
We will see some spells of sunshine during the morning,
clouding over from the north-west as we head into the afternoon,
but still the sunshine will break through, and temperatures tomorrow
will be getting up to a high of around 13 Celsius.
For the rest of the week, it looks fairly decent.
Lots of cloud around as we head into Tuesday,
We'll be back at 6.25am with the breakfast news.
But from all of us here, have a good night.
Good evening. For many places it was a fairly cloudy day on suspend but
there was sunshine for western areas during the afternoon, and here are
the clear skies at sunset in Northern Ireland. Thanks to weather
watcher Robin for this picture, those clear skies have been making
their way further east ward. Temperatures are dropping away, we
have seen temperatures of freezing in parts of Northern Ireland. More
cloud rolling in during the latter part of the night but towns and
cities down the five and six m the countryside many of us will see the
temperatures a degree or so above freezing, so a slight touch of frost
across the rural parts of England