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Goodbye from our live feed today

Goodbye and thank you for joining me on our live feed today. 

We'll be back on Monday morning from 0800 with with all the latest news, sport, weather and travel.

Why don't we end with five things we didn't know when we woke up this morning:

1) Justice Secretary to meet parents over baby ashes - a decision Hull North MP Diana Johnson called important.

2) Scunthorpe man jailed for six years for road rage incident.

3) Two local MPs rejoin the Labour's front bench.

4) Lorry driver gets 16 year jail term for trying to smuggle cocaine. 

5) Two new plans for Hull's city centre revealed, a new sculpture in Queen's Gardens and what would be the first public square in a 100 years

Another rare bird makes a special appearance in East Yorkshire

BBC Look North

East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

We are only just recovering from the albatross at Flamborough Head last week.

Now people are flocking to Easington in East Yorkshire to catch a glimpse of the Siberian Accentor.

The bird, which is actually a lot smaller than it sounds, is usually found in South East Asia and this is the first time it's been seen on the UK mainland.

And our cameraman David Rimmington was one of the lucky few to see it! 

The rare Siberian accentor in East Yorkshire

Look who's turned 90 today!

Yes, you guessed it Winnie-the Pooh.

Four new adventures have been published to mark the 90th anniversary of the first Winnie-the-Pooh book, along with the introduction of a new character.  

I think Keeley's said it best.

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Watch: Diana Johnson MP wants answers from the government on independent inquiry into babyashes

Here's a video of Diana Johnson MP explaining why the decision by the Justice Secretary to meet parents to discuss baby ashes is an important one.

Diana Johnson MP speaking to Look North this afternoon

This evening's weather: Cloudy with possibly some showers later

BBC Weather

A rather cloudy evening, some showers redeveloping before they merge into longer spells of rain later, the heaviest and most persistent rain in the east. A minimum temperature of 9C (48F). 

Friday evening's weather
BBC

Another local MP rejoins the fold

Scunthorpe MP Nic Dakin will also be returning to Labour's front bench as an Opposition Whip.

He joins Hull East's Karl Turner whose return was announced a little earlier. 

Mr Dakin was previously Shadow Minister for Schools under Jeremy Corbyn but resigned in the summer.   

Picture of Nic Dakin
Labour Party

No partying at Cleethorpes Pier this Christmas

BBC Radio Humberside

Some people who had their Christmas parties and weddings booked at Cleethorpes Pier have had them cancelled. 

The refurbished Victorian pleasure pier, recently voted the best in the country, is currently up for sale.

It's owner, Brian Huxford, has told Radio Humberside he had to take the decision to cancel events because whoever buys it might not want to put on weddings or parties.

Cleethorpes Pier
BBC

Lights festival in Grimsby this weekend

Grimsby's East Marsh flats will be the setting for a spectacular lights show on Saturday night 

Organisers say the Lightworks media festival will light up the night sky and feature and large-scale projections onto the side of the iconic towers.

The event will be free to the public.  

East Marsh flats in Grimsby
Google

Plans for Hull's first public square in 100 years revealed

King Edward Square will be Hull city centre's first new public square since Queen Victoria Square in the late 1890s.

The new square will be at the junction where King Edward St and Jameson St meet, and will be an open space for events, street performers and a place for people to relax.

Picture of the future King Edward Square
Hull City Council

With our year as UK City of Culture just around the corner, the square will provide a central point for visitors from each end of the city centre and a great location for summer events as part of the fantastic programme the Culture Company are designing for next year.”

Councillor Steven BayesPortfolio Holder for Visitor Destination

Watch: Luke Campbell talks about his upcoming fight

BBC Look North

East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

Here's short video from our sports reporter Matt Dean catching up with Luke Campbell ahead of his bout with Liverpool's Derry Mathews.

Matt Dean talks to Hull boxer Luke Campbell as he prepares for his fight tomorrow.

Your headlines this lunchtime

Natalie Glanvill

Reporter BBC Radio Humberside

Here are the latest headlines from our East Yorkshire & Humber newsroom:  

  • A man who deliberately mowed down two pedestrians in Scunthorpe in a "shocking" road rage attack has been jailed for six years. 
  • A controversial sculpture which was planned for Hull's Beverley Gate but rejected could be put elsewhere in the city. 
  • The Hull East MP Karl Turner has rejoined the Labour frontbench after accepting a position in the Labour Whips Office. 
  • A lorry driver has been given a 16 year prison sentence after being found guilty of trying to bring cocaine worth millions into the UK through Immingham docks.

Lorry driver jailed for trying to smuggle cocaine

BBC Look North

East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

A man has been jailed for 16 years after being found guilty of trying bring more than £3 million worth of cocaine into England through Immingham Dock. 

45-year-old Philip Green, a lorry driver from near Blackpool, was stopped by Border Force officers as he arrived on a ferry from Denmark in April last year. 

There were 30 packages of drugs concealed under a bunk bed in his cabin.

Photograph of jailed Philip Green
National Crime Agency

Weather: Looking like a cool afternoon

Keeley Donovan

BBC Look North

Most places will enjoy a quiet, cool afternoon with some brightness. A cool easterly breeze and a maximum temperature of 13C (55F). 

Keeley Donovan with the forecast

Body found in Albert Dock in Hull

The body was discovered yesterday morning and Humberside Police say they believe the man was in his 40s. 

Formal identification has not yet taken place but officers say the death isn't being treated as suspicious.

BBC Yorkshire on Instagram

If you're on Instagram, why not follow us as we share some amazing images from around the region. Just tag your images #bbcyorkshire to be featured.   

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BBC

Hull fair's almost over for an another year

It's been another busy year for one Europe's largest funfairs in Hull. 

Thousands of people have once again descended on Walton Street car park for the thrilling rides and traditional fairground food. 

The fair ends at midnight tomorrow, so there's still time for a toffee apple or two.

Hull Fair at night
Alan Martin,BGA Photo

Hull East MP rejoins Labour's frontbrench

Hull East MP Karl Turner has accepted a position in the Labour Whips Office. 

He'd previously served as Shadow Attorney General for the Opposition but resigned in the summer.

Mr. Turner supported Owen Smith's challenge to Jeremy Corbyn's leadership.

Hull East MP Karl Turner
BBC

Hull boxer Luke Campbell hoping to continue winning run

Matt Dean

BBC Radio Humberside

Hull boxer and London 2012 gold medalist Luke Campbell is preparing for his fight in Liverpool tomorrow.

He's hoping for a third straight victory as he prepares to defend his WBC Silver lightweight title. 

Luke's challenger is fellow British boxer Derry Mathews.

Boxer Luke Campbell in the ring
Getty Images

Watch: Update on the Scunthorpe road rage incident

Here's the CCTV video showing the moment Mohammad Abdullah from Scunthorpe ran over two pedestrians.

Judge Peter Kelson QC told Abdullah, who earlier pleaded guilty to two counts of grievous bodily harm with intent:  "You have lived, effectively, a law-abiding, constructive life as a family man but for 15 seconds of your life when you did this mad thing in a terrible temper."

Abdullah, who was said to have shown genuine remorse, was also banned from driving for eight years at Grimsby Crown Court.

Two pedestrians suffered broken limbs when a car was deliberately driven at them in Scunthorpe.

Scunthorpe man jailed for road rage incident

Katy Austin in court

A Scunthorpe man who deliberately “mowed down” two men with his car on Frodingham Road has been jailed for six years.  

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Appeal after Cleethorpes Shake Shack burglary

BBC Radio Humberside

Detectives have released CCTV stills of two women they would like to speak to following a burglary at the Shake Shack, St Peter’s Avenue, Cleethorpes between 1.20am and 1.30am on Friday 7 October.  

CCTV
Humberside Police
CCTV
Humberside Police
CCTV
Humberside Police

During the incident it is believed that two women and a man broke into the business before taking a tip jar, chocolates and cans of drink.  

Grimsby man charged after knife incident

Folarin Sagaya

BBC Local Live, Hull and East Yorkshire

Humberside Police have confirmed that a man's been charged in connection with a knife incident near a Grimsby school yesterday. 

Woodlands School kept children inside for a while after reports of a man carrying a weapon near the school. 

Worries over food prices continue after Brexit

BBC Radio Humberside

Those involved in the food industry are disputing what will happen to the price and quality of our groceries following the vote to leave the EU. 

It comes the day after Tesco repaired their relationship with one of their main suppliers Unilever. The supermarket had withdrawn products from shelves after the manufacturer wanted to increase prices by 10%, blaming the falling value of the pound.

Julian Wild, a Food Group Director, from Rollits in Hull says there's no getting away form the effect of Brexit on our shopping bills.

Groceries in supermarket trolley
Reuters

More details on new Hull City boss

Mike Phelan has been named permanent Hull City head coach until the end of the season, having been in caretaker charge since the summer.

Mike Phelan
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Mike Phelan

Phelan named full-time Hull City boss

Mike Phelan is named permanent Hull City head coach until the end of the season, having been in caretaker charge since the summer.

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Your headlines this morning

Sally Fairfax

BBC Radio Humberside

Here are the latest headlines across East Yorkshire & Humber:

  • A man's been charged in connection with a knife incident near Woodlands Primary School in Grimsby yesterday. 
  • A food producer in our area says the falling value of the pound will have an inevitable effect on the food we buy after the vote to leave the EU. 
  • A Hull couple whose still born baby's ashes were scattered without their knowing will get a meeting with the Justice Secretary to discuss what happened. 

Plans revealed for a new sculpture in Queen's Gardens Hull

It's called Solar Gate, will be more than 30 feet tall and will light up at night. 

It will also also act as a sundial, highlighting key dates in the Hull's history.

The sculpture's been designed by architects Tonkin Liu and if approved, should be completed by Spring 2017.

Sculpture design
Tonkin Liu/Hull City Council

Take a look at this time-lapse video of Hull's Queen Victoria Square

Folarin Sagaya

BBC Local Live, Hull and East Yorkshire

It might feel like a bit of maze getting through Hull's city centre at the moment, so here's a lovely time-lapse video for anyone that's ever walked in to a barrier or two!

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Justice Secretary to meet parents over baby ashes

BBC Look North

East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

Hull North MP Diana Johnson says that the new Justice Secretary will meet parents of stillborn children to discuss how authorities dealt with their ashes after cremation. 

Parents of stillborn babies, including Tina and Mike Trowhill from Hull, were never told the ashes existed - and they were scattered without their knowledge. 

Last night, Hull MP Diana Johnson said the new Justice Secretary would meet the couple. The City Council says it's worked extensively to change local procedures.

Baby ashes campaigner Tina Trowhill
BBC

Brexit confusion

Crispin Rolfe

Reporter BBC Look North

Political experts claim voters in our area are becoming increasingly confused by the debate surrounding Britain's exit from the European Union. 

In Parliament this week the Brexit Secretary, David Davis told MPs they wouldn't be allowed to vote on any deal struck by the government. 

But some are warning that terms being used, such as 'hard' and 'soft' Brexit are baffling many people.

David Davis MP
Getty Images

Cleethorpes MP calls on government to help fix listed building

There are fears public services in North East Lincolnshire could suffer because the council has been forced to spend £2m fixing a privately- owned building. 

The listed Victoria Mill was evacuated in February when high winds caused structural problems. 

Now Cleethorpes MP Martin Vickers says the government should step in to help.

Victoria Mills building
BBC

Traffic and travel: Congestion on A63

BBC Travel

Reports of slow traffic on A63 into Hull in both directions already this morning.

Hull traffic
BBC

Weather: Showers expected early on

BBC Weather

We'll see a few heavy, persistent showers at times today across east Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. 

These are likely to ease throughout the afternoon, with a better chance of seeing sunny spells. Things brightening up, and it'll turn mostly dry. 

A brisk easterly wind will take the edge off today's top temperatures, which are likely to get to around 13C (55F). 

Hull and East Yorkshire's morning weather
BBC

Your headlines this morning

Sally Fairfax

BBC Radio Humberside

Here are the latest headlines across East Yorkshire & Humber:

  • Food producers in our area have been disputing the effect of Brexit on grocery prices and quality
  • The Justice Secretary has agreed to meet the parents of stillborn children to discuss how authorities in Hull dealt with their ashes
  • There's concern that services in North East Lincolnshire will suffer, because the council has had to spend money fixing a privately owned building.

Join us for today's Live coverage

Folarin Sagaya

Good morning and welcome to today's live feed across East Yorkshire and the Humber on Friday, 14 October 2016.

I’ll be bringing you the latest news, sport and travel from across the area throughout the day until 18:00.

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