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painkillers before every game. —— the 2010 world cup. fifa say they are providing education on the well—being of athletes, while the professional footballers association insists it is not a major issue in the english game. but doctor dvorak argues lessons have not been learned. when i put on the weight, the scale, the doping and the abuse of medication, for me, the abuse of medication is much more terrible. wa ke medication is much more terrible. wake up and be careful. it's not as harmless as you think that you think you can take it, you know, like cookies. it has side effects. this is not about band or hard to come by su bsta nces is not about band or hard to come by substances and supplements, it is about every over—the—counter anti—inflammatories like i prefer on. and the question is whether and to what extent these are being missed used by footballers —— like bible prevent. it is widespread in football, it always has been added a lwa ys football, it always has been added always will be. as a footballer you whilst, is it legal‘s if it is, it's
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fine. is it going to help me out and get me through a game? if yes, generally, without too many questions or too much concern, you will take what you have been offered. the overuse of medication feeds into the wider topic of athlete welfare. and issue the government is taking seriously. with a duty of care review due to be published imminently. iamoff iam offto i am off to the west country now, thanks very much by your company this afternoon. michelle hussain will be here shortly, and mateen will be here shortly, and mateen will be here at 7pm. john hammond, is it going to be sunny? we have had a glorious weekend up and down the country, courtesy of a high—pressure, keeping diesel will pressure systems at bay. that translate to —— translates to a clear sky. it has been quite
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beautiful. you are the senior earlier on in argyll and bute. some highland clans reached 20 celsius today. temperatures will fall off very quickly indeed. areas of fog coming in. the clearest of the skies will see the worst of the temperatures. a bit more clued perhaps across northern ireland, and asi perhaps across northern ireland, and as i mentioned, for central and eastern england, alias of fog around. watch out for those if you're commuting first thing in the morning. sunshine from the word call from the south—east. east of the pennines, the cloud could power a —— could prove persistent. that will
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knock the temperatures on the head here. it will fuel cold, eight or nine celsius at best. compare that to 16 or 17 celsius in the best of the sunshine for the south and west. for the weekend, we start off on a dry note but it will not continue that way. remit spreading in from the west, but heading —— having said that, the west, but heading —— having said that, they will still be some sunshine. the low pressures begin to wind its way up. it awful front and her directions, the first of which will bring surely been in the southern and western ladies in tuesday. heavy downpours and for the north and to the east. in the next frontal system coming off of the atlantic, it will bring heavy rain and particularly the western part of the country. some of the rainbow eventually spill its way eastwards later in the week. enjoy the sunshine while it lasts. the latest
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on the weather will you are can be found on the bbc weather website. we will update through the evening. the security services' access to encrypted messages. khalid masood is thought to have been using whatsapp moments before he killed four people. been using whatsapp moments the home secretary says internet firms must act. we need to make sure that organisations like whatsapp, and there are plenty of others like that, don't provide a secret place for terrorists to communicate with each other. in the last hour, another person's been arrested in connection with the attack — we'll have the latest. also on the programme, the explosion that injured more than 30 people on the wirral — a gas accident is suspected. brexit and the law — a gas accident is suspected. labour calls for proper parliamentary scrutiny of eu regulations as they become part of uk law. and can england hold off lithuania in their world cup qualifier? good evening.
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the home secretary, amber rudd, has increased pressure on internet companies in the wake of the westminster attack, warning them not to provide a secret place for terrorists to communicate. it's understood that khalid masood, who killed four people on wednesday, was using the secure whatsapp messaging service shortly before he began his murderous rampage. our correspondent jonny dymond reports. has the freedom to say what you want online and keep it private run into our need for security in an age of terror? khalid masood was active on the messaging network whatsapp just before he started his murderous rampage. whatsapp messages are encrypted — his murderous rampage.
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only the sender and the recipient can see them. masood is said to have been acting alone, but the authorities would dearly like to know what he said and who he said it to before he began. the security services, says the home secretary, need access. we need to make sure that organisations like whatsapp, and there are plenty of others like that, don't provide a secret place for terrorists to communicate with each other. it used to be that people would steam open envelopes orjust listen in on phones when they wanted to find out what people were doing — legally, through warrantry — but in this situation, we need to make sure that our intelligence services have the ability to get into situations like encrypted whatsapp. into situations the home secretary says she'll be talking to the big tech companies this week about loosening the privacy around messaging networks. for law enforcement, change cannot come soon enough. at the heart of this is a stark
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inconsistency between the ability of the police to lawfully intercept telephone calls but not when those messages are exchanged via a social—media messaging board, for example, and that is an inconsistency in society, it surely is, and we have to find a solution through the appropriate legislation. it's notjust encrypted messaging that alarms the government. there's also deep concern over the threat of online radicalisation — websites that glorify violence and encourage viewers to take part in terror. and encourage viewers it's not hard to find. and encourage viewers the tech companies say they take material like this down as quickly as they find it. they take material like this down a new law on encryption, says the labour leader, would go too far. they have huge powers of investigation already, there is a question of always balancing the right to know,
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the need to know, with the right to privacy. whatsapp says it is cooperating with the police, but the trade—off between freedom, privacy and security is under sharp scrutiny, privacy and security as the country mourns the carnage of wednesday afternoon. jonny dymond, bbc news. the carnage of wednesday afternoon. in the last hour, it's emerged the carnage of wednesday afternoon. that there's been another arrest in connection with the attack. a 30—year—old man from birmingham is being questioned. the police believe khalid masood acted alone on the day but have been appealing for more information from people who knew him or came across him. our home affairs correspondent tom symonds reports. it took little more than a minute — a crude assault on the heart of westminster which left its victims in its wake. khalid masood mounted the pavement on westminster bridge atjust after 2:40, according to new information from the police. he drove fast, sending people running for cover,
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and 30 seconds later crashed into railings. someone managed to make the first 999 call within 21 seconds. but masood was out of the car and, after attacking a police officer, was shot dead half a minute later in the grounds of parliament. from start to finish, it had taken 82 seconds. so those are the facts, but why did it happen? tellingly, police now say they may never know the answer to that question, but they are looking closely at khalid masood's life in an attempt to discover what motivated him. in an attempt to discover today, yet another home was being searched near his most recent address in birmingham. one man who lives around the corner is still in custody. we know khalid masood had a violent past, but there were times in his life a violent past, when he may have adopted extreme political views, possibly while serving a prison sense in 2003, or during two periods living in saudi arabia, or after moving to luton around
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2010, at a time of confrontation between young muslims and right—wing activists. the kind of people who commit terror... the answer to that question — why — could be complex. there can be anything between 15 to about 28 different reasons, different tell—tale signs, and my argument has consistently been that the government has obsessively focused on one, which we refer to as islamist ideology. ideology is important, but it is but one factor. this tragedy has again led to questions about the government's strategy to fight radicalisation. those who have to spot tomorrow's potential terrorists say the challenge is daunting. tomorrow's potential terrorists this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, the met this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, the met this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, has investigation, and as you heard, the met this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, has said investigation, and as you heard, the met this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, has said tonight investigation, and as you heard, the met this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, has said tonight ti investigation, and as you heard, the met this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, has said tonight ti met has said tonight there is another this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, met has said tonight there is another this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, arrest, met has said tonight there is another this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, arrest, a met has said tonight there is another this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, arrest, a 30—year met has said tonight there is another this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, arrest, a 30—year another arrest, a 30—year—old man taken this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, another arrest, a 30—year—old man taken this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, into
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this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, explosion. blowing up was captured this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, 33 people were taken to hospital. blowing up was captured this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, there is a multitude of injuries that have happened, this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, but the two patients that have gone through this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, to the major trauma unit at aintree, they've had significant injuries. this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, within one of the damaged homes, they've had significant injuries. this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, christine pickup had been baby—sitting her grandchildren. this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, i don't know how we walked out of there. this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, i think the children, because their bed is slightly higher this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, than the low windows in these old houses, this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, the blast lifted the mattress up and threw it over the children, this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, cos they said they felt things hitting them, this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, but they weren't bruised or sore, things hitting them, this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, and i think the mattressjust saved them with the...masonry. this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, police are now leading an investigation. this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, a number of local people say they smelt gas yesterday and on friday. this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, national grid engineers are at the scene this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, and say they have found no faults so far. this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, with the scale of damage here, no faults so far. this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard,
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many residents will spend at least another night out of their homes. this remains a focus for this investigation, and as you heard, well, residents here say they remain shocked by the events of last night, and it will be some time before this quiet remains of the damaged building have to be removed, but beyond that there are rounds... is of home that have no friends on them, the windows and doors blown out by the force of the blast, and for that reason it will be some time before people can return home. —— there are rows of homes that have no friends on them. lindsey smith, thank you. police in moscow say around 700 people have been arrested at an anti—corruption protest. 700 people have been arrested among them is russia's main opposition leader. alexei navalny organised the demonstration which saw thousands take to the streets in several russian cities. the protesters were calling for the prime minister, dmitry medvedev, to resign over corruption allegations. talks aimed at forming a power—sharing government
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in northern ireland appear to have broken down after sinn fein said it wouldn't be nominating its leader at stormont to become deputy first minister by tomorrow's deadline. but sinn fein president gerry adams said it should be possible to agree a power—sharing arrangement at some point in the future. the head of britain's biggest union, unite, has said thatjeremy corbyn should be given 15 months to see if he can improve labour's poll ratings. len mccluskey is standing for re—election as the union's general secretary. for re—election mr corbyn says labour is ready for re—election for a general election if one is called. jeremy corbyn has said he'll oppose the government's plans to change european laws without parliamentary scrutiny when they become part of uk law during the brexit process. scrutiny when they become part of uk the government wants to include the powers in its great repeal bill, which will be published in draft form this week.
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