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As gale force winds blow down trees across the Calendar region, our weatherman Jon Mitchell gives us some unknown facts about wind.
The Met Office has issued a yellow 'Be Aware' warning for Gales today. Inland gusts of 40 to 50mph are expected widely.
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- High Bradfield (above Sheffield) 78mph
- Emley Moor 73mph
- Church Fenton 67mph
- Bramham Park 64mph
- Fylingdales Moor 64mph
- Wilsden 62mph
- Waddington 60mph
- Scampton 59mph
There have been calls for calm in the ongoing row over the reburial of King Richard Third - whose remains were discovered under a council car park in Leicester.
Passions s are running so high to have him buried in York Minster that abusive letters have been sent to the city's Dean - and referred to police.
An MP from York has laid out the city's claim to the body of Richard III in Parliament today.
The monarch's remains are due to be reinterred at Leicester Cathedral, but campaigners in the former King's home of York, want him buried there.
Hugh Bayley MP for York Central, claims burying the king in York would reconcile the north and south of the country.
– York Minster spokesperson
York Minster has received a number of letters about Richard III, a small number of these have been abusive. These have been passed to the Minster Police, and they continue to monitor the situation closely.
A York MP has appealed for calm in the debate over where the remains of King Richard III should be buried after the Dean of York had to refer hate mail to the police.
Hugh Bayley MP says the Government needs to appoint an independent panel to rule on where the remains should be re-interred.
The debate appeared good-natured at first but, according to Mr Bayley, it has now taken a more sinister turn after the Dean of York, the Very Rev Vivienne Faull, until recently the Dean of Leicester, received such abusive letters she had to pass them to the police.
– Hugh Bayley MP, York Central
I received many letters and emails from members of the public about this, supporting burial in York.
Most are thoughtful and well argued and based on scientific facts but some are frankly inflammatory and talking yesterday to the Dean of York, some that she has received at the minster are so extreme that she has referred the correspondence to the police.
I would say to everybody: calm down. Let's all respect the memory of a former king of our country. Let's discuss where his remains should be put to rest in a dignified and sober way. We don't want to reignite the Wars of the Roses.
Nine of the monarch's descendants have called on the Government to return the remains of the king to York for a "formal and ceremonial" burial, while a petition calling for his remains to be transferred to the northern city has been signed by more than 23,000 people.
Mr Bayley said:
– Hugh Bayley MP, York Central
The decision should be taken on independent national advice and not delegated to archaeologists from Leicester who clearly support the Leicester cause. They would find it outrageous if the decision was delegated to people from York. We need the decision to be taken nationally, in the national interest by people who are independent of the vested interests of either York or Leicester.