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Summary

  1. News, sport, travel and weather updates resume at 08:00 on Wednesday
  2. Live updates on Tuesday 28 June 2016

Live Reporting

By Gill Sennett

All times stated are UK

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Jermaine McGillvary

Jermaine McGillvary's brace keeps Huddersfield's faint top eight hopes alive and hands a first defeat in 11 to Hull FC.

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Our Live coverage across Hull and East Yorkshire

Gill Sennett

BBC Radio Humberside

That's all from Hull and East Yorkshire Live for today. 

We'll be back tomorrow from 08:00 with all the day's news, sport, travel and weather.

Let's hope its sunny by the morning.

One of our Weather Watcher's sent us this picture of the rain from Flamborough:

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Traffic and travel: Delays on A164 Holme-on-Spalding-Moor

BBC Travel

There are severe delays on the A164 at Holme-on-Spalding-Moor because of an accident.

New Road is closed and there is queuing traffic in both directions between the A163 High Street in Holme-on-Spalding-Moor and the A614 Thorpe Road junction in Howden.

Sport: Huddersfield Giants host Hull FC in Thursday's Super League

BBC Humberside Sport

Hull FC will be without three key players for Thursday's trip to Huddersfield including captain Gareth Ellis (pictured).

Ellis, Jamie Shaul and Liam Watts have been left out of the 19-man squad due to injury with Dean Hadley, Curtis Naughton and Jansin Turgut receiving call ups. 

Gareth Ellis
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Meanwhile, tickets for FC's Challenge Cup semi-final with Wigan Warriors have gone on sale to club members today. 

They have until Saturday afternoon before the go on general sale for the tie which takes place in Doncaster at the end of July.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says he won't resign

Tim Iredale

Political editor, East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

There is intense pressure on the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn after MPs from our area backed a motion of no confidence in him tonight. 

The Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, has said he will not "betray" the party's members by resigning after losing a vote of confidence.

Jeremy Corbyn
PA

More than 40  MPs have resigned from shadow ministerial roles including the Hull East MP Karl Turner Hull North's Diana Johnson (Hull North)  MP Melanie Onn (Great Grimsby) Nic Dakin (Scunthorpe)

Hull West and Hessle MP Alan Johnson who ran Labour's Remain campaign accused Mr Corbyn of undermining his efforts. 

Weather: rain likely this evening

Abbie Dewhurst

Weather Presenter, BBC Look North

Showery rain will affect much of the region throughout the later afternoon

Here's the full forecast:

Hull swimming pool vandalised

Natalie Glanvill

Reporter BBC Radio Humberside

A swimming pool in Hull will be closed for three days from tomorrow because of vandalism on the roof.

The rest of Woodford Leisure Centre (pictured) will still be open though. 

Work will be carried out on the glazing of the roof over the pool and will re-open on Saturday.

Woodford Leisure Centre
Google

Labour MPs pass Corbyn no-confidence motion

Tim Iredale

Political editor, East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

A motion of no confidence in Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn (pictured) has been passed by the party's MPs.

The 172-40 vote, with 4 abstentions, which is not binding, follows resignations from the shadow cabinet and calls on Mr Corbyn to quit.

Jeremy Corbyn
BBC

The leader's allies have told his critics to trigger a formal leadership contest if they want to challenge him.

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell said Mr Corbyn was "not going anywhere", accusing his critics of trying to "subvert democracy".

BreakingNews from Westminster

BBC Look North

East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

LISTEN: Steve Bruce for England manager?

BBC Radio Humberside

Hull City boss Steve Bruce (pictured) should be considered to be the next England manager, according to Harry Redknapp.

Steve Bruce
BBC

The former Spurs, West Ham and Portsmouth boss has dismissed Gareth Southgate's credentials as a potential replacement for Roy Hodgson who resigned following their embarrassing Euro 2016 exit to Iceland. 

Meanwhile, City have confirmed they'll play two pre-season games in Austria before their return season in the Premier League. 

City will face Turkish Super League side Çaykur Rizespor on Wednesday 3 August 2016 followed by a game against Serie A team Torino on Saturday 6  August.

The cancer patient 'who had to self diagnose'

Vicky Johnson

BBC Look North

A man from Hull has accused the NHS of misdiagnosis after he found out he had cancer by checking his symptoms on the internet. 

Kevin Everett, who is about to start radiotherapy, has made an official complaint to the Care Quality Commission. 

Local health managers are now looking into his concerns:

The City Health Care Partnership CIC say they encourage any patient or service user who is unsatisfied with their care to contact the customer care team.

Headlines across Hull and East Yorkshire

Natalie Glanvill

Reporter BBC Radio Humberside

Headlines across Hull and East Yorkshire:

  • The MP for Haltemprice and Howden David Davis (pictured) says migrants who already live in the UK should be given British citizenship
  • The East Yorkshire MP has also ruled himself out of the Conservative Leadership race
  • A man from Hull has accused the NHS of misdiagnosis after he found out he had cancer by checking his symptoms on the internet
David Davis
BBC

Listen: Lord Heseltine 'Jeremy Corbyn will never become Prime Minister'

Carl Wheatley

BBC Radio Humberside

Labour MPs are voting on a motion of no confidence in the leader Jeremy Corbyn, as more party frontbenchers quit their posts. 

The secret ballot comes after Mr Corbyn told supporters at a rally outside Parliament to not "let those people who wish us ill to divide us". 

Speaking to BBC Radio Humberside this morning the former conservative Deputy Prime Minister Lord Michael Heseltine said Labour need to find a leader who is electable:

MP's have got until 16:00 to cast their ballots, though the vote is not binding. 

Mr Corbyn insists he has no intention of stepping down.

Challenge Cup tickets open to Hull FC members

BBC Humberside Sport

Tickets for Hull FC's Challenge Cup semi-final with Wigan Warriors have gone on sale to club members today. 

They have until Saturday afternoon before the go on general sale for the tie which takes place in Doncaster at the end of July.

Challenge cup
HULL FC

Sport: Kyle Edmund expects to compete in Rio Olympics

BBC Humberside Sport

Tickton tennis star Kyle Edmund is confident of his eligibility to compete for Great Britain at his first ever Olympics in Rio later this summer. 

It follows a suggestion last week that he would need to appeal to the International Tennis Federation regarding their qualification criteria.

Kyle says that's not an issue.

Kyle Edmund
BBC

It basically applies to people who have made themselves unavailable to play but I've made myself available to play so that should be fine. As far as I'm aware I should be going and I can't wait to go."

Kyle EdmundTennis player

David Davis wont stand be in the Conservative leadership race

BBC Look North

East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

The Haltemprice and Howden MP David Davis (pictured) has ruled himself out of the Conservative Leadership race. 

Mr Davis was a prominent Leave campaigner in the EU Referendum and was unsuccessful in leadership bids in 2001 and 2005. 

David Davis
BBC

He says he hasn't decided which candidate he will support.  

Alarm test at Saltend chemicals park today

Gill Sennett

BBC Radio Humberside

The annual toxic alarm test at Saltend Chemicals Park will take place within the next hour.

Humberside Police say because its a test no action is needed.

Pipes at the chemical park
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Weather: Rain this afternoon

Abbie Dewhurst

Weather Presenter, BBC Look North

Cloud will develop from the west followed by a band of showery rain affecting much of the afternoon. 

Highs of 18C (64F) 

Weather graphic
BBC

Giving nature a helping hand in the middle of Hull

James Piekos

Reporter, BBC Hull and East Yorkshire

Here's a look at Hull's new open-air amphitheater that's being built outside the C4DI building:

Wooden seating outside the CD4I building for the Freedom Festival
BBC

But that's not all, the area around the stage will become a haven for wildlife - in the form of new reed beds.

Workers planting reeds on the dock bed
Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

The Yorkshire Wildlife Trust and Wykeland have planted the beds in the docks next to the new open air amphitheater at the Fruit Market.  

Headlines across Hull and East Yorkshire

Natalie Glanvill

Reporter BBC Radio Humberside

Headlines from our Hull and East Yorkshire newsroom:

  • The MP for Haltemprice and Howden David Davis who supported a Leave vote says we are going through a short period of turbulence
  • A government spending watchdog says the high speed rail link from London to Yorkshire could be delayed by a year
  • A wildlife haven has been created in one of Hull's new city centre developments (pictured)
Worker planting reeds in Hull dock
Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

Have your say on the future of Hull

Gill Sennett

BBC Radio Humberside

People in Hull (pictured) are being asked how they think the city should grow over the next 15 years.

Separate to the ongoing Hull City Plan - Destination Hull project, the local plan is more about where new houses, shops and businesses should be built and what should be done to protect Hull's heritage until 2032.

Hull City Centre
BBC

There are a series of consultation events where you can find out more, including a series of drop in sessions at Hull central library and the Local Plan Forum, which takes place Monday 18 July at the Guildhall.

It could almost be summer

Gill Sennett

BBC Radio Humberside

Here's some pictures of the early morning clear skies across the region today from our Weather Watchers:

Weather watcher pictures of blue skies and cloud
Weather Watchers

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Listen: David Davis won't stand for Conservative leadership

Amanda White

BBC East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

David Davis says he won't be running for the role of the next Conservative leader and prime minister. 

Speaking to BBC Radio Humberside, the Haltemprice and Howden MP who was part of the Leave campaign, said the process to elect a new leader needs to start as soon as possible:

HS2 has 'unrealistic timetable' says National Audit Office

Sally Fairfax

BBC Radio Humberside

There's a warning the planned high speed rail link between London and Yorkshire could be delayed.

Graphic of high speed train coming out of tunnel
HS2 LTD

A government spending watchdog says HS2 is coming under financial pressures and phase one, from the capital to Birmingham, might not open in 2026, as planned. 

It also says the second phase - bringing the line to Yorkshire - is currently unfunded.

Call for Labour to put up a united front

Lizzie Rose

BBC Radio Humberside

One of our region's youngest councillors is calling for unification in the Labour party. 

Nineteen-year-old councillor Terence Smith (pictured) is also the Mayor of Goole.

Terence Smith
BBC

Many MP's have said today that the party is bigger than Corbyn. He's done a fantastic job and I admire him, but we need to unite as a party and we need to win elections."

Terence SmithLabour Town Councillor for Goole North East Ward

It's after all four of East Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire's front bench Labour politicians stepped down from their roles. 

Hull MPs Diana Johnson, Karl Turner, the Scunthorpe MP Nik Dakin and the Grimsby MP Melanie Onn have all stepped down from their posts. 

Headlines across Hull and East Yorkshire

Sally Fairfax

BBC Radio Humberside

Headlines from our Hull and East Yorkshire newsroom:

  • The youngest mayor in the country, Terence Smith from Goole says the Labour party ought to be putting up a united front 
  • A government spending watchdog says the high speed rail link from London to Yorkshire could be delayed by a year
  • Emergency services are on the scene after a car and a bus collided on Holderness Road (pictured) in Hull
Holderness Road at the junction of Durham Street
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Traffic and travel: Accident on Holderness road

BBC Travel

The A165 Holderness Road in Hull is partially blocked due to an accident involving a car and a bus.

There is slow traffic in both directions at Durham Street.

Travel map
BBC

The wedding dress from Hull that's turned up in Austraila

Carl Wheatley

BBC Radio Humberside

You might be able to help us this morning. We're searching for a Hull woman, who it's thought moved to Australia in the 1950s and took her wedding dress, which was made in the city, with her.

It's because its turned up in a charity shop in Perth. 

The dress was made by the Hull based House of Mirelle.

Wedding dress
Jo Moore

Carrie Henderson is trying to track down any relative and if you think you might know who it belongs to, let us know.

LISTEN: Lord Heseltine 'The leave side never thought they'd win'

Carl Wheatley

BBC Radio Humberside

Its five days since the UK voted to leave the European Union and you could hardly class the last few days as boring. 

Hours afterwards Prime Minister David Cameron resigned and we'll have a new PM by the autumn. 

There is still the question of who will formally activate the big red button that is Article 50 to take us out of the EU. 

The Former Conservative Deputy Prime Minister Lord Michael Heseltine spoke to BBC Radio Humberside this morning and says there isn't a satisfactory way out:

Sport: Olympic hopes for Edmund after Wimbledon defeat

BBC Humberside Sport

East Yorkshire tennis player Kyle Edmund is heading to Rio for the Olympics despite a first round defeat at Wimbledon.

Edmund lost in straight sets to Adrian Mannorino yesterday, but will still join Andy Murray in team GB. He says he's keen to rub shoulders with world class athletes in Brazil.

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Listen: Tickton tennis player Kyle Edmund hopes for doubles win

BBC Humberside Sport

Tickton's Kyle Edmund is hoping to make up for a disappointing first round exit at Wimbledon with some success in the doubles. 

He teams up with James Ward, who also lost at the first hurdle in straight sets. 

Edmund thinks that playing doubles can help him improve his singles game:

Headlines across Hull and East Yorkshire

Sally Fairfax

BBC Radio Humberside

Graphic showing train crossing bridge
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Weather: A dry and bright start

Abbie Dewhurst

Weather Presenter, BBC Look North

Here's a look at the day's weather with Abbie Dewhurst:

Our Live coverage across Hull and East Yorkshire

Gill Sennett

BBC Radio Humberside

Good morning, Gill here with all your local news, sport, travel and weather on 28 June 2016.

Its a bright start to the day in Withernsea, as this picture from Andi, one of our Weather Watchers shows:

Sunrise over the sea at Withernsea
Weather Watchers

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