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yeah, yeah, i voted. yeah, yeah, ivoted. ijust changed? yeah, yeah, i voted. ijust turned 18. i'd never voted before. i was excited to be voting. the majority of people that did vote, that voted to leave, was middle—aged and elderly. trying to make britain how it was. but we great britain anyway. so regardless of whether we leave or not, we are still one of the biggest nations in the world. we are still going to get trade, we are still going to be doing well. the british people have made a very clear decision to take a different path. and as such, i think the country requires fresh leadership to ta ke country requires fresh leadership to take it in this direction.|j country requires fresh leadership to take it in this direction. i think you just put his hands up because he was like, you guys are really going to do this, and he backed out. now he's chilling on the beach with his wife. he tried. he was like, i'm gone. he's like a baby. he said let's do the referendum, lost and
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quit. i kind of felt sorry for him. he looked like he wanted to cry when he delivered that speech. i respected it, i rated it because he didn't wa nt it, i rated it because he didn't want to be prime minister and support something he didn't believe them. that in itself is honest, isn't it? i can agree with that, yeah. at the same time i think it's kind of sneaky. the headlines at 8pm. a finalfarewell to kind of sneaky. the headlines at 8pm. a final farewell to one of the greatest sporting icons of all time. there have been times where i got beat up a little bit. i used to do
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amateur boxing so that one hit me. muhammad ali hit me. he was the greatest. he went even the greatest because of his boxing ability, because of his boxing ability, because he spoke it. he literally spoke it into being. he spoke it into existence, i'm the man. i'm the real champion, there will never be one like me, and all you people in britain who raped me as the greatest, i'm going to prove i'm the greatest! —— all of you people who rate me as the greatest! it was almost as big as prince, massive, two legends. the first album he did all himself, played all 27 instrument at 19 years old. definitely an icon. he will certainly be missed. when i was growing up my dad played prince all
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the time. prints, obviously it was a big thing in itself, but i think that hit home more because we already lost michaeljackson. we lost whitney and we feel like the greats are going. they are all figures that helped us recognise oppression, wherever. david bowie died but i didn't know about him. was david bowie young? like 50, 60? i don't know how old he was when he went. i knew of him. i said i don't know how old he was when he went. i knew of him. isaid i i don't know how old he was when he went. i knew of him. i said i looked like him when i had the red hair! the official announcement of his death was made on david bowie‘s facebook page. it said he died peacefully today, surrounded by his family after a courageous 18 month battle with cancer. chanting.
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i'm a football anorak. leicester city is the biggest thing that's ever happened. i can't fathom anything else in my lifetime. teamwork makes the dreamworks. it's all about when you work together collectively, you can get more done. all the money that's in football, you've still got to work hard and have a set formation and a tactic to win. they did it with nothing, their team is probably worth 10 million something daft. it all works, man. itjust proves it ain't something daft. it all works, man. it just proves it ain't all about money. especially for my man jamie vardy. he should have left and gone to arsenal. he should have taken the money and ran. what beard? you can't
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ta ke money and ran. what beard? you can't take off his beard! hey, hey, hey! when i wake up you'll see my beard! roy hodgson has resigned as england manager after his side were knocked out of euro 2016 by iceland. shocking, porting, for selection. he is, looking worse in the second half than the first half. the end of the dream for wales. it's amazing. england that the year rose...|j actually england that the year rose...” actually went out there with my dad for a couple of days, it wasn't great. they are the most boring international football team i've ever watched. i can't stand their friendlies. it's a bit of a —— it is
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soul destroying. usain bolt has ended his olympic career with his ninth gold dust jamaica ended his olympic career with his ninth gold dustjamaica won the four by 100 m relay. it's the third time he's one that, no one has ever done that before. usain bolt did it again. the only thing i can say about that, really, is he's a legend. i think he's done it more than carl lewis has done it now. and carl lewis was the man. the usain bolt to do that, and because he's jamaican as well, it makes you feel better about yourself. music it's the second shooting of a black
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man by us police in 48 hours. they've both been filmed, one was even live streamed. 0h they've both been filmed, one was even live streamed. oh my god, please don't tell me he's dead. please don't me my boyfriend just went like that. vigils have been held with protesters shouting lives matter! we shouldn't have to protest because they treat us wrong. they shoot us because we need to have rights. five policemen have been shot dead in dallas, texas. attacks on police are an attack on all of us. on police are an attack on all of us. the rule of law that makes society possible. there has been uproar about the police and all these things that are happening. it's not new. it's been heightened. it's not new. it's been heightened. it's been brought to life, but it's always been there. nothing's changed. the any difference is we can fiow
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changed. the any difference is we can now film it. untilthey changed. the any difference is we can now film it. until they can properly grouped together as a full community and everyone can support them, it's not going to be enough to get it heard. a few saying unity is the key? yeah, exactly. black lives matter uk are holding their first official rallies calling for a shutdown across the country. this morning a main route into one of the uk's major airports was blocked and in nottingham tram lines were closed of demonstrators lay on the tracks. black lives matter that blocked the airport, i thought that was just dumb and! airport, i thought that was just dumb and i would be angry if i was trying to catch my plane and i missed my flight. i get what they are trying to do. i think, i'm trying to find the word, but it gave people a reason to disrespect it. trying to find the word, but it gave people a reason to disrespect itm ain't going to change no one's opinion for the better, because they
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just blocked off the airport. trying to get on holiday! if you were against black people in any way and then you try to go on holiday and made blocked the airport... laughter it's true! dance music. i accept your nomination for president of the united states.” humbly and gratefully accepts your nomination. i think it is a terrible time. trump is a joke. nomination. i think it is a terrible time. trump is ajoke. but nomination. i think it is a terrible time. trump is a joke. but maybe he's meant to be the joke that we don't see coming. i'm not even shocked. when i went to bed, hillary had a clear lead. i woke up, trump
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had a clear lead. i woke up, trump had one. man, donald trump. up until the end the stats said hillary had w011 the end the stats said hillary had won it, it's in the bag. hillary had beyonce, all these people coming out on stage with her, saying she is the future. i want to build a wall. we need the wall. we have some bad people here and we are going to get them out. i made a mistake using a private e— mail. them out. i made a mistake using a private e—mail. if i had to do it overagainl private e—mail. if i had to do it over again i would obviously do it differently. this was locker room talk. i'm not proud of it. i apologise to my family, i apologise to the american people. americans are that fickle, they would rather have someone tell them as it is, regardless of how bad their messages, he allowed theatre come to the surface. he allowed racist sentiment to come to the surface.” don't think it's all about race. i'm not going to be ignorant or make it
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simplistic. a lot of people are talking about bringing jobs back. although he's not working class, they believe that. because he's not a career they believe that. because he's not a career politician, they believe he's going to make some real changes. maybe he will. hillary clinton wasn't a better choice... but anybody else. a guy down the road, a homeless man, anyone banned donald trump. i don't know... his morals, the way he does things... do you think he said that stuffjust to get himself in your mind? even if he's done that that's still a manipulative mindset. he could be doing worse in the future.” manipulative mindset. he could be doing worse in the future. i think you said what he needed to say because he was trying to attract a certain voter. i don't think he thinks those things at all. he played on an audience that he was aiming at and did it to the max. played on an audience that he was aiming at and did it to the maxm you think about it, politics is
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really just you think about it, politics is reallyjust business. every country is like a business. no different to running this salon. your light in power or whatever. obviously you've got people influencing you and telling you what to do and stuff like that. if trump can be such a successful businessman, then obviously a country as a business so maybe he'll be successful because he'll make business decisions. do you want me to comb it out? yeah. laughter music kanye music ka nye for music kanye for president next time! good evening. colder conditions
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moving in from the north behind this cold fronts. across parts of northern ireland and southern scotland, by the time we had set midnight it will be heading across parts of northern england. wintry showers with a chance of ice on the roads across northern scotland in particular. further south, roads across northern scotland in particular. furthersouth, milder weather across much of england and wales. a bit of drizzle, later in the night will see the rain moving in from the north—west. there could bea in from the north—west. there could be a bit of mist and low cloud with generally dry conditions.
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temperatures are still around 7—8d. much colder as sweeping in from the north. during new year's day will see the weather front bringing clouds and rain for the midlands. furthermore they return to that sunshine. still some wintry showers in the north and north—east and highs of 5—10. goodbye. this is bbc news. the headlines at 7pm: new year celebrations are underway around the world. australia welcomed in 2017 with a spectacular display of fireworks over the sydney harbour bridge. security is stepped up for new year celebrations in major cities around the world. in london, thousands of extra police are deployed. and that heavy police presence is both a reassurance to people watching the fireworks here in central london and a reminder of the security threat. 100,000 people will pack the viewing areas over the next six hours to see in 2017 in style.
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the un security council unanimously endorses the ceasefire in syria brokered by russia and turkey. britian's olympic and paralympic stars are recognised in the new year's honours. with a knighthood for andy murray.”

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