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There was a beautiful Mackerel sky Wednesday morning. Thank you for all your wonderful photos. Here's a selection:Read the full story ›
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The economy in Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire could lose £332m a year if planned tax credit cuts go ahead, according to the trade union Unison.
More than a quarter of a million working families in the region receive tax credits from the government.
Chancellor George Osborne is set to announce his autumn spending review later today.
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Yorkshire Water say they hope to restore tap water supplies to all those in Pocklington affected by the burst water main 'later this evening.'
Work on repairing the main is 'progressing well' and four bottled water collection points will remain in operation until water supplies are fully restored.
These manned collection points are at The Oval (Pocklington), Pocklington Fire Station, Francis Scaife Sports Centre and the BP filling station on Barmby Road.
We sincerely apologise to the customers in Pocklington and some surrounding areas who have been left without water for many hours. The repair to the burst water pipe is progressing well and we hope to restore tap water supplies to all those affected by later this evening. In the meantime, the four bottled water collection points will remain in operation until water supplies are fully restored.