A whopping 96% of those polled in a boundary change referendum voted against any possible expansion by the city of Hull into towns and villages which currently lie within East Yorkshire.
There were two issues which the referendum covered - firstly around Hull City’s plans for a boundary change which would see a number of East Riding villages absorbed into Hull.
The second question was whether Hull City Council should be allowed to build on the land it owns in the open green spaces of the East Riding on its boundaries
Here is a video of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council count.
For the full story and results see this week’s newspaper .... miss it and you miss out!