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  1. By Jonathan Morris

    BBC News Online

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    Thirty-eight RAF bases in the UK have closed in the past 20 years - but what happens to them once the military has left?

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  2. The top stories across East Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire

    Your headlines across the region this evening include:

  3. Two sexual assaults in Hull

    Police in Hull have released this e-fit of a man they want to find in connection with two sexual assaults.

    E-fit of a man in a hat.

    The first incident happened at around 21:00 on Sunday 15 April on Terry Street.

    A man put his arms around a passing woman and tried to kiss her. She pushed him off and ran away.

    The second happened the day after, on Temple Street at around 13:30.

    A woman was followed then groped.

    Police have increased patrols in the area and are appealing for information.

  4. Joe Westerman: Hull FC re-sign loose forward from Toronto Wolfpack

    Hull FC have re-signed former England international Joe Westerman after he was released by Championship side Toronto Wolfpack.

    Joe Westerman

    The 28-year-old made 127 appearances for the Black and Whites between 2011 and 2015 before joining Warrington.

    With the Wire, Westerman won the League Leaders' Shield in 2016 and helped them to the Super League Grand Final.

    "I loved it at Hull during my first spell and I can't wait to get back playing," he said.

  5. Have you seen Kobee Lanson?

    There's concern for a 16-year-old boy who's missing from Bridlington.

    Kobee Lanson

    Kobee Lanson was last seen at a fastfood restaurant on Bessingby Way on Wednesday.

    Police say he has been missing before but are concerned for his welfare.

    You're being asked to call the 101 number with any information

  6. Watch: Alan Johnson on Windrush immigration documents

    There have been counter claims over whether the landing cards for people from the Windrush generation were destroyed under Labour in 2009 or by Theresa May when she was home secretary in 2010.

    Former Hull MP Alan Johnson, one of two Labour home secretaries in 2009, told Andrew Neil on This Week that he did not know about the decision, but it was an "administrative decision" taken by the UK Border Agency.

    He was also asked about a claim made on BBC1's Question Time, by radio presenter Iain Dale, that Mr Johnson had used the phrase "hostile environment" about immigration:

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    Video caption: Alan Johnson on Windrush immigration documents
  7. Watch: It's sunny now but what will it be like this weekend?

    Here's a look at the weather for the next couple of days, with me Owain Wyn Evans:

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    Video caption: Owine Wyn Evans looks at the weather forecast for the weekend.
  8. Hull Skateboarding festival - encouraging people to give it a go

    A skateboard festival is to be held in Hull this summer, with professional skaters taking part in demonstrations.

    A skateboarder at Rock City in Hull.

    There'll also be competitions and nearly 50 free sessions for people to learn, with equipment provided.

    Hull City Council say they are continuing to establish themselves as one of the country's friendliest skateboading cities.

    Skateboarding is a growing sport and in 2020 it will be featured at the Tokyo Olympics

  9. Poor sales lead to share price fall for Hull firm Reckitt Benckiser

    Shares in Hull based company Reckitt Benckiser have fallen 6% today, after the company revealed disappointing sales in the first quarter of this year.

    Bottles of cleaning products made by Reckitt Benckiser, on a shelf.

    Reckitts which owns brands like Dettol and Durex, saw a 2% rise in sales on a like-for-like basis.

    City analysts had been expecting a 2.6%.

    The company blamed "significant underperformance" from Scholl, part of its health division.