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Hull MP calls for Ebola debate

Hull MP Diana Johnson has called for a parliamentary debate on how more can be done to protect Britain from ebola.

She said ministers had discussed tackling the disease at entry points on the English Channel, Eurostar and London airports. However, the Labour MP said ports like Hull must be considered in the fight against it spreading.

Secretary of State William Hague answered that it was something which would be considered:

The Humber's Chief Port Health Inspector told ITV Calendar they are following guidance issued by Public Health England and at the moment that does not include screening.



Pilots of the Caribbean exhibition

Ever since the British Armed Forces have been airborne, people of African and Caribbean heritage have been flying with them. A Jamaican sergeant was piloting bi-planes over France with the Royal Flying Corps as early as 1917. Now the RAF Museum at Cosford is paying tribute to their bravery through a new exhibition. Called Pilots of the Caribbean, its launch was timed to coincide with this year's Black History Month. Callum Watkinson reports.

Klesch Group in talks to take on Tata Steel plant

There are concerns for the future of thousands of jobs in the region after Tata Steel announced plans to sell its plant in Scunthorpe.The company wants to off-load half of its European business and the deal would also include shedding a rail operation in York and three distribution centres in Scunthorpe and Hull. Another company, the Klesch Group, is in talks to take on the contracts. Claire Ashforth reports.

Community Unions chair: I thought everything was on the up

The chair of the Community Unions says the proposed sale of Tata Steel took him by surprise as he was under the impression the business was doing well and improving.

Paul McBean told ITV Calendar that the company looked set to make a profit this year, making the news that Tata were considering a sale even more shocking:

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