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eastern areas. scotland and ireland still under the rain. by the time that rain clears away, you could still have some flooding. later in the afternoon, the cloud increasing and we will see some rain pushing in but it will not be too heavy, at least not at this stage, and we are not anticipating strong winds tomorrow. wednesday evening, the cloud and rain spills further north. scotla nd cloud and rain spills further north. scotland they get away with a mostly dry day, northern scotland that is. thursday, bolsters of rain moving ”zzz thursday, bolsters of rain moving an? western thursday, bolsters of rain moving an}: western and thursday, bolsters of rain moving z3; western and northern are south south—westerly winds these are south south—westerly winds so these are south south—westerly winds so it will not be that cold. friday, not a bad day. some showers. this next weather system heading our way
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for the weekend. hello. you are watching bbc news and i am clive myrie. it is just after 11:30 p.m.. the third man to carry out the london bridge attack has been named as 22—year—old moroccan—italian youssef zaghba. a minute's silence has been held across the uk for the seven people theresa may has said she'll change the laws, if they get in the way of tackling terrorism. jz‘l’f of tackling terrorism. “377 it, we will of tackling terrorism. 545 it, we will the so we can so we can do it. she huffs and laws so we can do it. she huffs and she puffs, but she does not provide the resources we need to keep a say. —— us safe. the main parties have also returned to their main manifesto themes in theirfinal push for votes. and at midnight
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we'll bring you the political leaders in northern ireland debating with each other, in front of a studio audience. hello and welcome to our look ahead to what tomorrow morning's papers are reporting. with me are kate proctor, political correspondent at the london evening standard and the broadcaster, john stapleton. the financial times leads with theresa may's anticipated tour of marginal labour—held constituencies, on the last day of campaigning on wednesday. the i has an image of the australian nurse who was killed in the london bridge attack after she ran to help those who'd been injured. the metro has as its main story has theresa may ramping up her anti—terror rhetoric two days before the election. the guardian also reports $ that she is ready to change human rights laws, if they stop
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the government from tackling the threat from terrorism while the times says that m15 ignored a warning from the italian authorities, that one of the london bridge attackers "wanted to be a terrorist". the daily telegraph says that italian—moroccan youseff zaghba was placed on an international watch at j . .... .l.,- l, ,,, ,-. the daily mirror reportsthati british authorities were warned of zaghba after he tried to flee italy to fight in syria. so let's begin. we start with the election, first. one day to go, hell we start with the election, first. on at ay to go, hell z u. that am that they zm’ném that they can get firmly believe that they can get some of those votes hiding up there in the north? it looks that way, or it is an indication that she relies on it isa it is an indication that she relies on it is a tight race engineer to do everything including going to the labour heartlands. —— labour. her
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hope is that a month is labour supporters are some who just don't likejeremy corbyn. i suppose that is a biggerfactor likejeremy corbyn. i suppose that is a bigger factor now, likejeremy corbyn. i suppose that is a biggerfactor now, given likejeremy corbyn. i suppose that is a bigger factor now, given the tenors that he is getting. also ukip, how many voted for them? 4 million? many were historically labour supporters, and 20 ukip. million? many were historically laboursupporters, and 20 ukip. now she would hope to saturn back from ukip and from labour. so a lot to play for. —— snatch them back. ukip and from labour. so a lot to play for. -- snatch them back. kate, that these areas that be considered as will be campaigning in tomorrow, they are largely leave areas? that is right. she has done yorkshire. she has done wales. she has 9g is right. she has done yorkshire. she has done wales. she has gene to = those 3:7” brexit all those traditional labour brexit seats. it shows, really, how keen she is. and to actually get our
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vote. it is the ultimate in plastering. if you go . a labour plastering. if you go to a labour seat that has an 8000 majority, you really are showing that you mean business in the final days of your campaign. she did this in the beginning, then had a lull after the dementia tax went so badly for her. but she has gone straight back to her beginning campaign tactic, which was to get these massive majorities and put back and message out tax, winter fuel dementia tax, winter fuel allowa nces, mea ns dementia tax, winter fuel allowances, means testing, all those issues that have perhaps hit the very core of the conservative party and her voters, potentially, you would expect, that is all behind her now? that is howl said because i think she is so on security. and it is not just think she is so on security. and it is notjust that. i think this stage in the game and in the context of
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what has happened, i think security is one of
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