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hello. tesla shows us the road to the future. into fifth gear with a big jump this is breakfast with steph mcgovern and in sales. mega munchetty. the 3rd of august. from hospital, despite being medically fit to leave. research for the bbc finds some have faced delays of up to three years. many more have had to wait for over six months. to turn orders into i have been ready for a long time. good profits? also in the programme... delivering a blow to australian morning. retailers? it's thursday, 3 august. following the grenfell fire. we'll speak to the man in charge of making them safe. good
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morning. britain's big business bosses earned £45 million on average last year. i'll be finding out why later. the netherlands in the semi—finals of the women's euros. is gripping the sport at all levels. great save from the keeper. to paris st germain. matters into their own hands. and carol has the weather. good
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morning. the windy, especially for england and why. i will have more in 15 minutes. thanks, see you in a bit. good morning. first, our main story. despite being medicalfit to leave. for at least six months. ease the problem. our social affairs correspondent michael buchanan reports. i enjoy doing collages. it helps when i am bored or anything and i haven't got anything to do.
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toni lives with five other people in supported accommodation. disorder. she has spent almost half her life in psychiatric hospitals. she moved here and loves it. longer in hospital than she needed to. i would see other people leaving before me. i thought i was ready for a long time. i am more equipped. but they seemed to get out quicker. many psychiatric patients would recognise her experience. years to be discharged. nearly 100 waited more than a year. than they needed to. get into community placement because it is too significant a step.
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to break that cycle. there aren't enough. moving out of here and in the here. definitely. on the complex. a step towards rebuilding her life. too many mental health patients are being denied a similar chance. of psychiatrists. are continuing to fall further behind at school. the most disadvantaged children can be two years behind their peers. with low social mobility. jessica parker reports.
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the attainment gap between poorer and wealthier children. and wealthier children. some disadvantaged kids that gap did close slightly over the last decade. close slightly over the last decade. but when you look at the very poorest children, it didn't. poorest children, it didn't. they sit their gcses they are two years behind. years behind. but the picture does vary nationwide. vary nationwide. that funding would be a factor in certain parts of the country. certain parts of the country. important, and cultural expectations as well. as well. things will be having, and more, we'll be having an influence. we'll be having an influence. likely to earn less in future and suffer bad health. suffer bad health. put simply, it leads to wasted potential. leads to wasted potential.
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so—called social mobility cold spots. spots. there has been progress overall but the conclusion — it is far too slow. the conclusion — it is far too slow. would take a staggering 50 years for the gap is closed. implemented in the wake of the grenfell tower fire. to nearly 200. the test within seven minutes of being set alight. buildings safe after grenfell at around 7:40am. elections on sunday.
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figure by at least a million. the opposition has called for more mass demonstrations. of finnish—style baby boxes designed for newborns to sleep in. rates in parts of scandinavia. that they reduce the likelihood of sudden infant death syndrome. years to earn what a top chief executive earns in just one. are paid.
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loads in the news about pay, so this is timely. is timely. similar story we heard about bbc pay as well. as well. companies, so what goes on is important. important. last year to four and a half million on average each. on average each. should do more to use their power to reduce executive pay. reduce executive pay. it seems they are starting to do that now. are starting to do that now. million to £48 million, which has a big effect on the average figures. big effect on the average figures.
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and the issue around women's pay is noticeably different. noticeably different. the ftse100 are women and on average they earn 2. average they earn 2. million on average less than the average male. average male. issue of why company bosses are not paid the same. paid the same. targets, to see if they match up as well. well. and the ftse 100 has done well over the last year. over the last year. a pay cut while the share price is increasing. increasing. high pay has been talked about for a while. about for a while. they haven't got anything on this next man. no, nothing. this is eye watering. germain. from his current contract. the 25—year—old is expected to earn £40 million a year before tax.
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that will be done in the next few hours. hours. we will talk about that through the programme. from the media regulator 0fcom. do you binge watch? yes. me too. of their favourite shows in a single sitting. it is really not good if you have to get up early the next morning. get up early the next morning. it is ten o'clock and you are like, oh, just one more episode. however, most of us still watch at least some live tv each week. 0ur entertainment correspondent lizo mzimba has more. something families often enjoyed together. together.
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different generations are enjoying tv in different ways. we need to get back. back. weekly by only around one in six adults over the age of 64. adults over the age of 64. watched an episode before spoilers appear on social media. appear on social media. impatient, so everything they want they have instantly. they have instantly. desperate for the second episode, they want it now. they want it now. subscription on demand or streaming services. services. but older viewers are not being totally left behind. being totally left behind.
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recent technology to watch more than one episode of a series at a time. one episode of a series at a time. majority of tv is still watched live. it was a big night for english football. euros. my favourite iic. absolutely brilliant. —— to see. and young women onto the pitch though? mike is at the manchester city's academy for us this morning. morning, mike. yes, good morning. they are putting me through my paces early on. early on. yes, the academy, the community players getting involved. community players getting involved.
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semifinals of the euros to beat the netherlands, ironically enough. netherlands, ironically enough. so, will history repeat? will history repeat? biggest sport for women in this country. sorry, just got in your way. way. they get some training in at the academy. oh, dear. it was too low. almost a chance. plenty more. manchester city players later on here at the etihad academy. here at the etihad academy. thanks very much, mike. very much, mike.
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i am glad they are putting you through your paces. putting you through your paces. you need it. i am not sure about the sportswear. sportswear. have you seen how out of breath he is? you wanted to see shorts? i do. no, we don't. it is too early! see later, mike. here's carol with a look at this morning's weather. well, looking at the map, it looks hot in places. absolutely, yes. yesterday in corsica, temperatures reaching 44 degrees. rome, 43 degrees. degrees. heat extends three italy into the balkans. we have a red warning in place. place. if you add the humidity, there are nasty situations. there are nasty situations. round 22 billion cubic metres of water.
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that is a lot of deficit. the heat is going to continue. heat is going to continue. we have a different scenario at home. different scenario at home. spells, heavy showers and windy across england and wales. across england and wales. the day, rotating around this low pressure area. pressure area. england and wales that we are looking at windy conditions. looking at windy conditions. we also have showers. if anything further south. south. there is a lot of dry weather around and sunshine. around and sunshine. of the showers you will also see some sunshine. some sunshine. with hail and thunder and lightning embedded in them. embedded in them. yesterday's rain ensconced across the northern isles. the northern isles. across england and wales on the wind.
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wind. there will be bright and sunniest is in between. sunniest is in between. showers across scotland and northern ireland continue. ireland continue. even so there will be some sunshine in between. be some sunshine in between. rain continuing to move steadily northwards. northwards. temperatures 14— 22 out of the wind. of the wind. into the sunshine and it is 22 and feeling nice. it is 22 and feeling nice. can be heavy with highs of around 20 degrees —— golf. degrees —— golf. there will be a lot of dry weather around with showers. around with showers. south across scotland into the north and west. temperatures 13— 15 degrees. degrees. into tomorrow, a lot of dry weather around. yes, there will be showers. showers. a low pressure centre in the north sea. the north sea. with one or two popping up almost anywhere.
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anywhere. we are looking at sunshine in between. in between. i don't want to paint a really gloomy picture. we will see a rash of showers and we could see them almost anyway. could see them almost anyway. not all of us will catch them. all of us will catch them. lots of dry weather around as well. dry weather around as well. hires 13- 21. thank you, carol. we love you, we could never protect price on you. you know that. as loved as carol, because you can put a price on neymar. yeah. what do you make of it? you make of it? it is a lot of money, that is they are. £198 million! for a footballer. shall we go through the facts? go through the facts? to think of what else you could buy for £198 million. well, £198 million buys you three boeing
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737—700 passenger planes. including tuvalu in the south pacific. that's enough to fill 100 0lympic—size swimming pools. if you want to visualise that, 100 0lympic swimming pools. if you want to visualise that, 100 olympic swimming pools. olympic swimming pools. that is lots of milk. i think psg made the right decision. decision. has the financialtimes done a more smart analysis? done a more smart analysis? what, measuring them in milk is not smart? measuring them in milk is not smart? front page of the financial times, offer a start. offer a start. they have spoken quite a bit about the qatar links. quite a bit about the qatar links. psg have strong links with qatar. cattai rail lines used to sponsor barcelona, but that has dropped. barcelona, but that has dropped. —— katter airlines.
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katter airlines. about neymar being an ambassador for them. there are financial fairplay issues. issues. make money every year, not get into losses. losses. here, it is on the back pages, it is notjust his salary, is it? notjust his salary, is it? endorsements and other things as well. exactly. agents' fees, some of those are our watering. those are our watering. who work around him are making huge amounts off this. amounts off this. father, he was being paid more than lionel messi. lionel messi. yes, he gets more than lionel messi's football salary. crazy. we were looking at this story yesterday. yesterday. will not be the final engagement of the duke of edinburgh. the duke of edinburgh. last official public and
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—— engagement. engagement. we're not watching yesterday morning, steph? yesterday morning, steph? we were told this. told this. continue doing work with his charities. charities. still accompany her majesty the queen, but he has taken a step. queen, but he has taken a step. he is 96. he is on many front pages today. today. not long ago, caroland are, and he is such a chip of local for his age. is such a chip of local for his age. that is how i want to be like. on the front page of the daily telegraph as well. telegraph as well. a lovely picture of him. of him. is deserving of the nation's gratitude. and the front page of the times. times. story of lloyd's being sued for $10 million? million? cancellation of one of kanye west's tours. tours. i have not looked into this in great detail.
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in great detail. lloyds are a big insurance company. yes. questions about cancellations in his tour. tour. a nice way to get in the headlines again, isn't it? headlines again, isn't it? or not he will be successful in suing them will be interesting. any more? an interesting story here. asda profits plunged 20% yesterday, sales down nearly 6%. sales down nearly 6%. at the all —— not doing well at all at the moment. at the moment. cricket world cup, £3 million on the euro twitter 17. euro twitter 17. bookmakers as well as those of us watching on tv. watching on tv. million based on picking horses with a nice name. see, that theory works.
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that is what i have always done. there are many different ways. do you talk to your neighbours? you talk to your neighbours? do they ever come around for a cup of tea? ever come around for a cup of tea? recently moved, so i have to put in more effort. you should bake a cake. 0k. ok. i suppose i have committed now. the kids round with a plate of brownies. it became a tradition. we are talking about that today. are talking about that today. to what your plans on holiday, or where the often pop around. where the often pop around. apparently not many of us do. do not know our neighbours well, or at all. at all. friendlier and safer than the one we live in now. rose tinted glasses, perhaps. perhaps. max chambers from nextdoor joins us. good morning. thank you for talking to us. for talking to us. what have you found out in this survey? found out in this survey?
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to have in the united kingdom is dying away. dying away. according to the people we surveyed, is actually technology. is actually technology. know in the virtual world, the biggest problem gets. biggest problem gets. is that technology can actually be part of the solution. part of the solution. the thing they share in common, the neighbourhood. neighbourhood. plumber or babysitter, but also personal things. plumber or babysitter, but also personalthings. plumber or babysitter, but also personal things. personal things. to start a running club or a mother and toddler group. and toddler group. seeing nextdoor iain hughes for more urgent things. urgent things. could get supplies to the
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right places. places. helped cause the problem, it can be part of the solution as well. part of the solution as well. phones, but you want us to use your up. but it is for obvious reasons. integrating quite closely, and what can be done about it. can be done about it. friendlier and we spoke more to each other. why do you think that is? in social housing all the way we are informed about crime on the streets. informed about crime on the streets. what do you think is changing attitudes? attitudes? about the way we behave in the modern world. modern world. the west midlands, yorkshire, where these problems are less acute.
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these problems are less acute. the big cities, london, parts of manchester, the problem is bigger. manchester, the problem is bigger. need to invest the time in getting to know their neighbours. to know their neighbours. as i say, technology as well. technology as well. like facebook and twitter, which are mentioned. mentioned. different life experiences, that is a good thing. a good thing. to start to break down some of these barriers. barriers. government this was a problem we started to get very concerned about. started to get very concerned about.
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extremism and people feeling like they don't belong in the uk. they don't belong in the uk. bring people together, and nextdoor is a great way of doing that. is a great way of doing that. have any more time to talk to you about this. about this. thank you for bringing this to our tension. this to our tension. the exchanges, director of nextdoor. thank you. ashley max chambers. you're watching breakfast. we'll meet the volunteers working to clear up the city's streets. stay with us, headlines coming up. we are literally going to be talking rubbish. rubbish. time to get the news, travel and weather where you are. good morning from bbc london news. i'm sonja jessup. for people on how to help victims of acid attacks.
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in minimising the harm caused. thrown at them. but the met police commissioner says that such assaults are not new. walking down the street that could easily happen to me. easily happen to me. and it could happen, innocence, to anybody. but it is not likely. carried out by the council. residents feel that it's incomplete. their concerns are shared by two fire safety experts.
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authorities. those in need. ——country. who are homeless but also other disadvantaged people. by october. the tube is running well so far. problems reported on any of those lines. lines. delays between slough and paddington. engineering works have overrun. overrun. this is what it looks like at the blackwall tunnel. at the blackwall tunnel. usual rush—hour problems. rush—hour problems. highway is building from wapping to tower hill. over to elizabeth rizzini now with the weather. good morning. one thing is for sure. than yesterday's, with all that heavy rain around. heavy rain around.
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catch one to passing light showers out towards the in particular. out towards the in particular. 0therwise, many places seeing a mostly dry day. mostly dry day. but it will be rather windy. rather windy. wind really picking up and becoming gusty through the afternoon. gusty through the afternoon. many of us it is a dry and bright start. start. surrey, berkshire and buckinghamshire particularly. buckinghamshire particularly. will tend to dry out in the afternoon. afternoon. top temperatures of 21 or 22 celsius. 22 celsius. those temperatures pared back slightly by the gusty wind. back slightly by the gusty wind. through this evening and overnight it should stay dry. it should stay dry. ease down a touch for tomorrow morning. morning. tomorrow is looking drier or mostly dry. or mostly dry. light showers, and the winds will be lighter. lighter. slightly higher temperatures, up to 23. 23. maybe one or two showers around again on saturday afternoon. again on saturday afternoon. quite cool for this time of year. cool for this time of year. is looking drier —— sunday is looking drier. that's it for now. take a look at
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our website. now though, it's back to steph and naga. bye for now. hello. this is breakfast with steph mcgovern and naga munchetty. despite being fit to leave. what's behind the delays. the main character wasn't even there. old isla's father to find out how the toddler has taken the news.
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on to conquer the world. all that still to come. but now a summary of this morning's main news. fit to leave. than 1,000 days. meanwhile, hundreds more have been waiting for more than six months. nhs england says it's committed £400 million to help ease the problem. equipped, but they seem to get out quicker, so, yeah. nhs england says it's committed £400 million to help ease the problem.
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we will be talking more about that later in the programme. are continuing to fall further behind at school. the most disadvantaged children can be two years behind their peers. with low social mobility. implemented in the wake of the grenfell tower fire. to nearly 200. the test within seven minutes of being set alight. following the grenfell tower fire. elections on sunday. figure by at least one million. the opposition has called for more mass demonstrations.
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attacks, according to doctors. of choice for criminals. to use water to help remove the chemical. and the rest of their staff. of ftse100 companies now make on average 4. — that's down nearly 20% on two years ago. the same amount. a year less than their male counterparts. from the media regulator, 0fcom.
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though most of us still watch at least some live tv each week. like, perhaps, maybe ourshow. like, perhaps, maybe our show. may be. be. and they desperately want to see two, they want it now. potentially dangerous levels. of the balkans among the countries affected.
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evening — i am getting more loud with my voice! success so far will affect the sport at grassroots level. morning, mike. yes, good morning. denmark, so it is england against the netherlands. the netherlands. win their first ever major tournament. tournament. we are reflecting that here at the manchester academy. here at the manchester academy. england are without their goalkeeper. siobhan chamberlain will replace the injured karen bardsley. that doesn't seem to worry her team—mates or manager. in the tournament.
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and face the hosts. a host nation in the quarter—final, which was a fantastic experience. which was a fantastic experience. want to put on the england shirt and do what is right for the team. the biggest transfer in world football should be completed today. for it, £198 million. he left barcelona for the french capital yesterday. or 865,000 euros a week before tax.
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here's what some psg fans think of the move. we are all very excited for his coming. coming. i think he can make good things in this team. things in this team. ridiculous, that's the only thing i think about. think about. for players is ridiculous at this moment. after a hard—fought victory over the norwegian side rosenborg. brendan rodgers' side a 1—0 aggregate win. they now go into the playoff round which will be drawn tomorrow. could get through and try and
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find a way. way. everyone is talking about the pressure of the game. pressure of the 00:38:10,1000 --> 00:38:11,690 game. and, yeah, i am really happy about the players. outsider here comes when winning the sussex stakes. churchill was forced to pull out because of the heavy rain. here comes when held on to win by a neck. of friends since ending their professional relationship. insisted it was time for a change. the golf course. one of my closest friends. you might have to sacrifice a professional one.
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and i am joined by kevin, technical director. director. we can see the enthusiasm for what the lionesses is doing. for what the lionesses is doing. what impact it is it having on the grassroots level? grassroots level? it has been absolutely massive. absolutely massive. club we have the "is and we had over 800 participants apply. 800 participants apply. see 800 girls participating is fantastic. —— we have the open girls. they are participating in football. it has had a massive impact. impact. you saw that in the world cup and the european championships. cup and the european championships.
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england on the same features as these girls in the community. these girls in the community. it is huge for us. huge for us. the manchester city women's team are fantastic models. women's team are fantastic models. same as the women's team as well, they have the same aspirations. they have the same aspirations. scott suspended, do they have the depth and strength to win? absolutely. it is a major blow to lose the players from the squad. lose the players from the squad. team has shown in the past the depth of talent they have in the team. of talent they have in the team. genuinely think tonight that they will win the game and go through. will win the game and go through. thank you, kevin. the reaction from some of the girls to see what they think. we have izzy. izzy. netherlands in a friendly, have they got too much for the dutch? got too much for the dutch?
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win, obviously, and it is going to be as vital to way through. be as vital to way through. we will see if they can keep it together. see if they can keep it together. that is confidence for you. play alongside the top players, so how inspirational is that for you? how inspirational is that for you? honestly, people hope you are gonna be one of them players in future. be one of them players in future. the kizhi a role model, doesn't it? yeah. can i have a ball? is doing so well, she needs a proper test. just give a bit of a warmup. oh, what a save, fantastic. i will see you later on for more. see you later on for more. "proper test klose you just got nailed. i am loving the analysis as well. from record transfers and high wages, to the cost of tv rights.
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to paris st germain seems eye—watering. on the previous record. kieran mcguire is a football finance lecturer and joins us now. good morning. is he worth it? impact on european football in terms of competing with the big boys. of competing with the big boys. million man, can he make the difference? difference? so psg will piggyback on his fame to become more famous. become more famous. much bigger than anything we have seen before?
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seen before? i know they are always heading upwards. why is it bigger? his side a contract with barcelona last year. last year. everyone laughed and thought it would never be paid. would never be paid. reasons — they have said they will bite the bullet and pay the money. bite the bullet and pay the money. political reasons? defiance, "we are still in business, still able to buy whatever we want. still able to buy whatever we want. what does it mean for the football market? it will be ratcheted up. barcelona have £200 million in the bank account. bank account. they are going to have to replace neymar. to replace neymar.
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increase, so the clubs will say they want 100. how can you break down the money? money? look at the endorsements, advertising, sponsorship. advertising, sponsorship. it work with neymar and his management team? his manager is his father. father. he will take a proportion of the fee as they negotiator. the fee as they negotiator. say that he is going to earn more than messi? than messi? he will earn more than tour might messi owns? certainly. you would expect the manager fee to be significant. be significant. much money will be split between them. them. is on a commercial deal, they will take a slice out of that. take a slice out of
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that. all of the commercial deals, as you say. what does it mean for the fans? they already fork out money for the tickets. tickets. are we going to see this push up the prices? no. realised it has reached a tipping point. point. most prices have been frozen or close to the rates of inflation. or close to the rates of inflation. they can be squeezed further, they get it from tv. get it from tv. tv money will continue to increase. continue to increase. and they get it from commercial sponsors. it from commercial sponsors. sponsors in relation to psg will pay more. the fans will be safe in this. that is good to hear. you could talk about it for hours. it is fascinating. it is a lot of money. the equivalent of buying three boeing planes. boeing planes.
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440 million pints of milk if you needed it. thank you. neymar in milk. i wonder what tempted —— carol is worth. she is priceless. enjoying these temperatures we are seeing in europe. absolutely right. these are life—threatening temperatures. life—threatening temperatures. are warnings out for the heat and the humidity. these are yesterday's temperatures. temperatures. 44 in corsica and sardinia, 43 in rome. sardinia, 43 in rome. 10— 15 above average for this time of year. in italy there is a drought. drought. the extent of the drought is equivalent to lake como. is equivalent to lake como. that is how much water they are lacking. how much water they are lacking. that is equivalent to about 20 billion cubic metres. billion cubic metres. that is a lot of water they are short of. of water they are short of.
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week we saw pictures of corsica and the south of france, with wildfires. the south of france, with wildfires. italy into the balkans and southern poland. it is a serious situation. raqqa time there is nothing this. have sunny spells, showers, and it is going to be windy. is going to be windy. winds will be across england and wales. wales. it is being driven by this area of low pressure. area of low pressure. low pressure system, with showers coming all the way around it. coming all the way around it. morning we have showers across southern parts of england and wales. southern parts of england and wales. fairly hit and miss. fewer showers today. today. they will be less intense than further north. than further north. sunshine, and some of us will miss them altogether. them altogether. this is where we have the heaviest showers. showers. some of those, especially in scotland, will be slow—moving. in scotland, will be slow—moving. there will also be honda rent
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—— thunder and possibly hail. thunder and possibly hail. showers will get going through the day. day. will see the showers blowing through quite quickly on those gusty winds. quite quickly on those gusty winds. in between we will have sunshine. sunshine and out of the showers, 19— 22 will not feel too bad. 22 will not feel too bad. the evening and overnight it will still be windy. lots of dry weather around. we will still see showers. northern isles will slip further south. south. no problem with the temperatures overnight. temperatures overnight. looking at double figures in towns and cities. and cities. tomorrow it is another showery day. rain in scotland. turning more showery across northern ireland, england and wales. fairly isolated. lots of us will not see them. them. with sunny spells and hires up to 23 celsius. celsius.
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as we head into the weekend, more showers on saturday. weekend, more showers on saturday. turning dry on sunday. thank you, carol. high if you're the footballer neymar. bosses are earning. still a lot, but not as much as they had then? had then? not as much, but it is still high watering. still high watering. neymar or you are the boss of bp, are you worth it? are you worth it? that is where the controversy comes from. yes, high pay‘s certainly been in the spotlight recently. we're talking about some of the uks highest earners this morning. are listed on the stock exchange. by the high pay centre, who look at this area. 5 million. that's down 17% from 2015. people who work full—time in the uk earn an average salary of £28,000.
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to earn as much. 6 million, well below their male equivalents. so are those gaps fair? leaders, the institute of directors. good morning. times what their employees are earning. —— bosses. is that right? obviously very generous but nothing like the £4.
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5 million a year. —— which is obviously. which is obviously. risk to what people think of business in general. business in general. signs today that there has been some moderation right at the top. moderation right at the top. that is obvious the positive. obvious the positive. it shows that they are listening. they are listening. public concerns and political pressure. pressure. so that annual moderation is a good thing. is a good thing. the bosses, the boss of wpp earning nearly £50 million. nearly £50 million. he is paid quadruple, £22 million. is that right? right? clearly, these are listed companies which are owned by the shareholders. which are owned by the shareholders.
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of course the owners and the people who work for them. the moderation is positive. positive. still incredibly high and they need to be kept down. to be kept down. the ftse, and really to get back in line with public expectations. line with public expectations. average as the mail ulcers, how does that work? —— male bosses. -- male bosses. the ftse in general as a big issue with women at senior levels. with women at senior levels. whole number of women in the executive positions. executive positions. the top job, and saying, we will give you a fair amount? give you a fair amount? i think there are a whole range of problems. there are a whole range of
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problems. that is why they are underrepresented as a whole. underrepresented as a whole. and it needs to be look that much more widely than just the pay issue. more widely than just the pay issue. it is a big, systemic problem in business. business. women in executive positions through the hampson and alexander review. the hampson and alexander review. is something that all business needs to recognise. to recognise. we have a problem at the top of these biggest companies. the top of these biggest companies. much more needs to be done. thank you. you. so that pay scale is coming down to those chief executives. down to those chief executives. an impact, saying that they are paid too much. too much. and also the difference between women and men. in the city went on strike.
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over job losses. morning. aren't they? well, absolutely. it isn't very pleasant here at the moment. pleasant here at the moment. it smells rather awful, if i'm honest. honest. this strike has been going on since june 30. this strike has been going on sincejune 30. it has been five weeks. weeks. wanting to change the shift patterns for bin workers. for bin workers. at the moment they do four—day weeks. do four—day weeks. council wants them to do five—day weeks. them to do five—day weeks. workers say that means less pay and fewer supervisor jobs. —— bin workers. workers. way that they work because they have to make some savings. to make some savings.
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they have started clearing up this rubbish themselves. rubbish themselves. who got a tipper truck and do just that. that. together to clear up as much of the streets in birmingham as we can. streets in birmingham as we can. —— collective brothers. collective brothers. upset that we have to live in these dire straits of rubbish. dire straits of rubbish. out of it, we have been disgusted by it. it. come out and clear the rubbish for you. you. tipper truck and all your friends to do this today? do this today?
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and clearly hear the cleanliness is an issue. an issue. is due keep our neighbourhoods clean, to come out and help you. clean, to come out and help you. it into their own hands to clean up this rubbish. this rubbish. like i said, it smells grows here. look at this rubbish. piles of lack bags, falling out from these wheelie bins. these wheelie bins. council and the unite union, which represents the bin workers. represents the bin workers. is no resolution any time soon, this city could become incredibly smelly. city could become incredibly smelly. not very pleasant as tall.
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—— at all. all. good morning from bbc london news. i'm sonja jessup. carried out by the council. residents feel that it's incomplete. their concerns are shared by two fire safety experts. authorities. spate of acid attacks in the capital. —— deliveroo.
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included people delivering food by like 0rmeau pad. like 0rmeau pad. security concerns, and a trial of helmet cameras. helmet cameras. police commissioner says they are nothing new. —— metropolitan police commissioner. happen to me. and it could happen, in a sense, to anybody. but it's not likely. with the aim of touring the country to help those in need. who are homeless but also other disadvantaged people. the tube is running well so far. no problems reported on any of those lines. great western railway has delays between slough and paddington. been disrupted following signal problems. problems. a london bound
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line is currently blocked. currently blocked. accident in east finchley, partly blocking the a1 saladin way. good morning. one thing is for sure. with all that heavy rain around. towards the west in particular. 0therwise, many places seeing a mostly dry day. but it will be rather windy. through the afternoon. for many of us it is a dry and bright start. particularly. they will tend to dry out in the afternoon. top temperatures of 21 or 22 celsius. those temperatures pared back slightly by the gusty wind. through this evening and overnight it should stay dry. the wind will ease down a touch for tomorrow morning. tomorrow is looking dry or mostly dry. we may see one or two light showers, and the winds will be lighter. higher temperatures, up to 23. maybe one or two showers around again on saturday afternoon. quite cool for this time of year. sunday is looking dry.
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that's it for now. take a look at our website. now though, it's back to steph and naga. bye for now. hello. this is breakfast with steph mcgovern and naga munchetty. despite being medically fit to leave. are facing delays of more than six months. i have been ready for a long time. good morning.
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it's thursday, 3 august. following the grenfell fire. we'll speak to the man in charge of making them safe. good morning. 5 million on average last year. that's down nearly 20%, but can that level of pay be justified ? i'll be finding out why later. the netherlands in the semi—finals of the women's euros. is gripping the sport at all levels. temperatures are forecast. and carol has the weather.
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good morning. in the southern half on quite a gusty wind. i will have more in 15 minutes. thanks, carol. good morning. first, our main story. across the uk. despite being medically fit to leave. while hundreds more have been waiting for more than six months. of pounds in treating mental health patients in the community. 0ur social affairs correspondent michael buchanan reports. i enjoy doing collages.
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it helps when i'm bored or anything and i haven't got anything to do. people in supported accommodation. disorder. she has spent almost half her life in psychiatric hospitals. she moved here last year, though, and loves it. longer in hospital than she needed to. i would see other people leaving before me. for a long time. i'm more equipped. but they seemed to get out quicker. many psychiatric patients would recognise toni's experience. years to be discharged. nearly 100 waited more than a year. than they needed
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to. because that step is just too significant. to break that cycle. who say there aren't enough similar units. moving out of here and in the here? yeah, definitely. a further step towards rebuilding her life. too many mental health patients are being denied a similar chance. of psychiatrists. are continuing to fall further behind at school. the most disadvantaged children can be two years
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behind their peers. with low social mobility. jessica parker reports. the attainment gap between poorer and wealthier children. the last decade. but when you look at the very poorest children, it didn't. they are two years behind. but the picture does vary nationwide. of the country. and cultural expectations as well. and more — will be having an influence. and suffer bad health. put simply, it leads to wasted potential.
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in so—called social mobility cold spots. but the conclusion — it is far too slow. would take a staggering 50 years before the gap is closed. implemented in the wake of the grenfell tower fire. to nearly 200. the test within seven minutes of being set alight. after the grenfell tower fire.
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of finnish—style baby boxes designed for newborns to sleep in. in parts of scandinavia. that they reduce the likelihood of sudden infant death syndrome. years to earn what a top chief executive earns in just one. are paid. we are talking a lot about pay at the moment. the moment. this year we have been talking about pay rises. talking about pay rises. and not keeping up with price rises. keeping up with price rises. have the bbc pay, with some quite eye watering figures. eye watering figures.
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the 100 biggest companies on the stock exchange. stock exchange. lots of pension funds invest in these companies. funds invest in these companies. four and a half million, which is down 20% on the previous year. down 20% on the previous year. for not holding bosses and companies to account for the size of pay. to account for the size of pay. they have started to kick up a fuss. have started to kick up a fuss. within that there are disparities that are still quite obvious. that are still quite obvious. mentioned 160 times the average worker on £28,000 a year. worker on £28,000 a year. women running these companies on the ftse100. ftse100. that hasn't gone up over recent yea rs. that hasn't gone up over recent years. they earn to 6p —— 2. 6 million a year. million a year. it is a fundamental problem in business. business.
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pipeline, then you end up with this figure on top. figure on top. i am sure we will talk about that a lot more. lot more. yes, we are going to stick with pay. germain. this is a massive figure, isn't it? it's huge! from his current contract. the 25—year—old is expected to earn £40 million a year before tax. 25?! this would in fact the rest of the market. market.
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be coutinho, whoever it will be, will say we want 80 or 90 or 100. potentially dangerous levels. of the continent, from romania, to spain and portugal. sarah corker has more. to keep your cool? looking for cover. in austria, the elephants at vienna zoo took to the pool to cool. the city's horses had to go home, it was so hot. 0thers, though, weren't quite so lucky. the heat is centred on italy. it's experiencing its worst drought in 60 years. rome has started to ration water. 11 of its 20 regions could soon declare a state
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of emergency. and there are weather warnings in place across europe. remain on stand—by. with dry conditions, the risk of furtherfires is high. in southern spain, forecasters described the weather as extreme. a high of 47 degrees is expected in cordoba. during the hottest hours of the day. carol will have more on that later on. fit to leave. but what exactly is going wrong and where
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should the money be spent? doctor arpan dutta is from royal college of psychiatrists. thank you very much forjoining us this morning. why is this such a delay? delay? time people are staying in hospital when they should be discharged. when they should be discharged. within this, i think from the data i have seen. have seen. of funding, in terms of disputes around funding issues. around funding issues. funding in terms of what, though? terms of what, though? in terms of accommodation placements for people. accommodation placements for people. delays around assessment for commendation. commendation.
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for mental health rehabilitation services. services. community for lots of them, so there isn't anywhere to go next? isn't anywhere to go next? of people returning back into hospital. hospital. actually better and more suitable alternatives. alternatives. availability of the appropriate supported accommodation. supported accommodation. meantime considering they are there to be helped ? meantime considering they are there to be helped? to be helped?
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that has a big impact for families and carers. tell me how it works for you. you. and decide whether or not it is safe for them to leave hospital? yeah. in a hospital when they are medically fit? medically fit? it counsels, other parts of the nhs, how does this happen? how does this happen?
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suppose that needs development in terms of integration of services. terms of integration of services. certainly there is a divide between health and social care. health and social care. placements for people are jointly funded. funded. other professions trying to identify appropriate placements for people. appropriate placements for people. suppose it is finding the right placement for the right person. placement for the right person. and that is often creating a delay. that is often creating a delay. position field who is in charge someone ‘s health? someone ‘s health? to do the bestjob you can and physically your hands are tied? physically your hands are tied? yes, it can be really difficult. it can be really difficult. help them understand that, actually, it is finding the right placement. it is finding the right placement.
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into hospital, ‘cause what we don‘t want is... want is... we want people to be in... in... looking at alternatives to admission. admission. there is other things like supported accommodation. accommodation. the alternative options to admission. extra £400 million for crisis resolution home treatment teams. resolution home treatment teams. what difference will this make, do you think? i think any funding is welcome. welcome. i think it will start to make a difference. make a difference.
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how services can manage supply and demand. i think that is important. resources are scarce these days. is about working more efficiently and smarter with what we have. and smarter with what we have. the situation going to get worse or better? that is a difficult one to... to... hesitation is that it is going to get worse. get worse. talking about funding being tight, and resources being scarce. things are not changed, the services are at a critical point. are at a critical point. things to change, really, so that people are moving forward. people are moving forward. it is investment in all of those professions linked together. professions linked together. a whole systems approach. systems approach. thank you for your candid thoughts and analysis. candid thoughts and analysis. yes, thank you. it‘s 7:18am and you‘re watching breakfast from bbc news.
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here‘s carol with a look at this morning‘s weather. temperatures in europe are incredible at the moment. way above average. have a temperature of about 30, as should sardinia. should sardinia. you can see how much higher they are. much higher they are. southern italy, the balkans and southern poland. southern poland. dangerous, life—threatening amounts of heat. of heat. these areas, note that we are not acclimatise to this kind of heat. acclimatise to this kind of heat. bearthat in mind. bear that in mind. risk of wildfires, because everything is tinderbox dry. everything is tinderbox dry. wildfires in corsica and southern france last week. france last week. all of these areas are at risk of that. are at risk of that. are rationing water, as well as in 20 other towns in italy. 20 other towns in italy. this drought situation in the short—term forecasts. short—term forecasts.
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to be warned, if you are travelling there. if you are travelling there. nothing quite like that at home. quite like that at home. looking at a day of sunshine and showers. showers. the south there will be blown through quickly on strong winds. through quickly on strong winds. high pressure is dominating the weather in europe. weather in europe. squeeze in the isobars telling you that it is going to be windy. that it is going to be windy. the area of low pressure, so they are heaviest in the centre. are heaviest in the centre. dry spells and quite a bit of sunshine. sunshine. it will go through quickly than we will see the sunshine comeback. will see the sunshine comeback. and scotland, there are heavy showers. showers. not as strong, particularly across scotland. scotland. hail and thunder, and between them we will see sunshine. between them we will see sunshine. in the northern isles we have the remnants of yesterday‘s rent. remnants of yesterday‘s rent. that will continue to push north. will continue to push north.
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later tonight it will come south again. tonight it will come south again. sunshine and showers sums it up. windy also sums it up, across england and wales. england and wales. we are looking at highs in the low 20s. that will feel quite as on. in london, 19 as we sweep up towards aberdeen. aberdeen. evening and the overnight period, we will lose some of the showers. will lose some of the showers. it will still be windy. will still be windy. across the northern isles starts to sink south into scotland. sink south into scotland. temperature wise, we are in pretty good shape. 13— 15. that is how we start the day tomorrow. start the day tomorrow. will turn more showery through the day. day. and showers, but fewer showers than today, with highs up to 23. today, with highs up to 23. coming in to northern ireland later on.
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carol, notjust dry weather but a dry throat. get some water. i need a cup of tea. i am as dry as a horse‘s hoof. hoof. laughter . . when you were young, i mean really young... not that long ago! maybe eight years ago. what were you into? children‘s tv programmes, you know. thomas the tank engine, that sort of thing. thing. you're not into politics and business and finance? well, i did spreadsheets... did you? of course not. not. there is a reason we are talking about this. talking about this. yes, there is a very smart young girl, isla. very smart young girl, isla. scooped the best actress prize at the scottish comedy catnap awards. why? her political musings.
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in a moment. but first, here they are discussing the general election. you love elections. i am sick of the elections. elections. did you not even enjoy the debate? they were not even there. who would you vote for? none of them. of them. i think theresa may is the leader we need right now. leader we need right now. she will provide a strong... provide a strong... strong and stable, strong and stable. stable, strong and stable. that is all she says. all she says. what about jeremy corbyn, then? leader material? he is too old to lead the country. too old to lead the country. what do you mean? here looks older than that papa. ten two cannot even use an
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ipad. do you not think he has good policies? how would we pay for them? you need to be realistic. what about the snp? the snp? what if they wind all the seats in scotland ? what if they wind all the seats in scotland? seats in scotland? we will be a 1—party state. 1—party state. we will all have to get the same haircut. get the same haircut. good with the nicola sturgeon how, dad. you can always vote for the lib dems. good one, dad! mark nelson joins us now. mark nelsonjoins us now. to have the reverse on the programme. you must be proud of. extremely proud. it is really good fun. fun. and you are and conversations that have kind of happened over playtime? have kind of happened over playtime? it is pretty much all me writing it. facebook think, that i was coming up with a lot of the stuff herself. with a lot of the stuff herself. —— that isla was coming up.
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that isla was coming up. but lots of it comes up when we are doing it. it comes up when we are doing it. away, and lots of it comes out of that. that. so it is mostly me, but some of it is improvised. of it is improvised. does the filming process work with isla? does the filming process work with isla ? does the filming process work with isla? isla? you obviously have to get her in the mood. in the mood. are doing the writing, she is the star. yes, it is a process. the process of bribery, in a way. process of bribery, in a way. there are a lot of sweets in there. are a lot of sweets in there. lines she is going to get some sweets. so she knows how to play the system. i love your honesty about this. i think it is fantastic. would have been quite easy for you to say, though, it is all her. to say, though, it is all her. much does she understand of what she is talking about in terms of policy? is talking about in terms of policy? four, and was certainly not having political conversations. political conversations.
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recognise names like theresa may or donald trump. donald trump. acknowledge that we were talking about that as well. about that as well. starting to get a wee inkling about what we have in discussing. what we have in discussing. what is of people have been watching these videos. these videos. surprised atjust how popular this has become? stunned. of videos we did, we were delighted if that doesn‘t people have seen it. if that doesn‘t people have seen it. we were blown away with that. the one that we did over easter got about 70 million. it was ridiculous. malaysia, hong kong, mexico could all sorts of stuff. it has been a surprise. surprise. not a natural thing to do with a three—year—old. with a three—year—old. 0utages find out she has an aptitude for this? out she has an aptitude for this? -- how did you find out. how did you find out. just from spending time with her. spending time with her.
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she has always been easy to chat to. always been easy to chat to. always on how to be funny, which is nice. it is weird. somebody that young know exactly what a joke is. what a joke is. very expressive and she has been talking. so we just worked it from there. what next? are there more programmes to come? programmes to come? do you think she is moving on? i hope so. eventually her getting bored of doing it, but! world that i would like to do videos about. —— a view things. so hopefully will doing more. hopefully will doing more. she is a delight to watch. delight to watch. i hope she enjoyed herself birthday. herself birthday. thank you for joining us. thank you so much. at the edinburgh festival fringe until the 27th of august. charlie is going up there. he will be there tomorrow. yes, the fund.
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no, he is working. that was the wrong thing to say. wrong thing to say. very hard from the edinburgh festivals were. time now to get the news, travel and weather where you are. good morning from bbc london news. i‘m sonja jessup. carried out by the council. residents feel that it‘s incomplete. their concerns are shared by two fire safety experts. authorities. is calling for more education on how to help victims of acid attacks. to help victims of acid attacks.
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says witnesses have an important role in minimising the harm caused. role in minimising the harm caused. have been badly burnt by having corrosive liquids thrown at them. corrosive liquids thrown at them. but the met police commissioner says such assaults are not new. happen to me. and it could happen, in a sense, to anybody. but it‘s not likely. with the aim of touring the country to help those in need. who are homeless but also other disadvantaged people. by october. the tube is running well so far. no problems reported on any of those lines. line currently blocked. this is how it looks on the a13.
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from dagenham into barking. the a1 falloden way. at henly‘s corner. over to elizabeth rizzini now with the weather. good morning. one thing is for sure. with all that heavy rain around. towards the west in particular. 0therwise, many places seeing a mostly dry day. but it will be rather windy. through the afternoon. for many of us it is a dry and bright start. particularly. they will tend to dry out in the afternoon. top temperatures of 21 or 22 celsius. those temperatures pared back slightly by the gusty wind. through this evening and overnight it should stay dry. the wind will ease down a touch for tomorrow morning. tomorrow is looking dry or mostly dry. we may see one or two light showers, and the winds will be lighter. higher temperatures, up to 23. maybe one or two showers around
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again on saturday afternoon. quite cool for this time of year. sunday is looking dry. that‘s it for now. take a look at our website. now though, it‘s back to steph and naga. bye for now. hello. this is breakfast with steph mcgovern and naga munchetty. fit to leave. than 1,000 days. meanwhile, hundreds more have been waiting for more than six months. nhs england says it‘s committed £400 million to help ease the problem.
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those professions put together, a whole systems approach, i suppose. are continuing to fall further behind at school. the most disadvantaged children can be two years behind their peers. with low social mobility. implemented in the wake of the grenfell tower fire. to nearly 200. the test within seven minutes of being set alight.
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of ensuring building‘s safe, following the grenfell tower fire. elections on sunday. figure by at least one million. the opposition has called for more mass demonstrations. attacks, according to doctors. of choice for criminals. to use water to help remove the chemical.
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and the rest of their staff. of ftse100 companies now make on average 4. — that‘s down nearly 20% on two years ago. the same amount. from the media regulator, 0fcom. though most of us still watch at least some live tv each week. two, they want it now.
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binge watching. yeah. i was up to it last night. last night. once you start on the yukon stop, can you? yukon stop, can you? that there are eight episodes —— you can‘t stop. that there are eight episodes —— you can't stop. can't stop. watch only one per week, i feel i am being deprived. being deprived. yeah, thankfully, though, we are still alive. though, we are still alive. can‘t ever get too much of carol, though, i will tell you that much. though, i will tell you that much. we will have the weather with her in a short while. a short while. someone you can never have too much of. are you sure? mike, are you there? i am indeed. my ok to go? compliment, naga, thank you very much indeed. much indeed.
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stars of the future, inspired by the england team, who have done so well. england team, who have done so well. such a chance to make history. let‘s not underestimate what it means. major tournament. this time they can‘t be knocked out or beaten in the final by germany. or beaten in the final by germany. team england failed to beat since 1974. 1974. lionesses did it, they beat them in the quarter—finals. the quarter—finals. england beat the netherlands in a friendly there as well. friendly there as well. real hope they can win a major tournament for the first time. tournament for the first time.
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the collision in the quarter—finals, so she is out as well. siobhan chamberlain will replace the injured karen bardsley. that doesn‘t seem to worry her team—mates or manager. in the tournament. and face the hosts. which was a fantastic experience. on the england shirt and do what is right for the team. the biggest transfer in world football should be completed today. for it, £198 million. he left barcelona for the french capital yesterday. or 865,000 euros a
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week before tax. here‘s what some psg fans think of the move. we are all very excited for his coming. i think he can make good things in this team. the price is ridiculous, that's the only thing i think about. at this moment. after a hard—fought victory over the norwegian side rosenborg. brendan rodgers‘ side a 1—0 aggregate win. they now go into the playoff round which will be drawn tomorrow. that we could get through and try and find a way.
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about the pressure of the game. and, yeah, iam really happy about the players. of friends since ending their professional relationship. insisted it was time for a change. english champions manchester city play. i am joined by two teammates. thank you, ladies. is like to be in the thick of it, don‘t you. don‘t you. feel for karen after the injury in the quarter—final? devastating.
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we are all gutted for her. are all gutted for her. as soon as we heard how it was. we heard how it was. the ultimate professional, she will be back note —— no doubt about it. be back note —— no doubt about it. i think they will get the job done. think they will get the job done. this stage of the tournament with the pressure on? she will be fine. in the quarter—finals and did a greatjob. the girls have faith in her. she has plenty of ready and experience. she willjust enjoy the occasion. occasion. and hopefully they will get thejob done. and hopefully they will get the job done. get the job done. you played for the under 23s. under 23s. what will it be like as they wake before this semi—final? they wake before this semi—final? they will be relaxed. they have made a name for themselves. a name for themselves. it is just rooting for them now. it is a big occasion. they are ready for them. and they know what it takes to beat the dutch.
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the dutch. long time ago, and last year in a friendly. holland are on a good run. just the same as england. so i hope they get the job done. they get the job done. important is that cohesion, togetherness? togetherness? important to the girls and that has got them through so far. got them through so far. on the pitch when together, it is amazing. amazing. just watching the little one spine due. one spine due. underestimate the impact on women‘s football. football. according to the fa with a 19% increase in grassroots since 2011. increase in grassroots since 2011.
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be the next steph, the next karen, and they have fantastic role models. and they have fantastic role models. go, england were the european champions. in a nutshell, the prediction? 1-0 england. and you? 2- zero. zero. what it takes to beat the dutch — they know what to do. they know what to do. i can't wait for the match. for the match. you have the england planned, have you ? you have the england planned, have you? of course of. what time should i come around? straightaway after work, we have to get the snacks in. get the snacks in. speak with carol in a minute about the weather, but first.
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across the country remain unsure about the safety of their own homes. in the wake of the disaster. safety panel and we can speak to him now. thank you very much forjoining us. nearly 200 buildings which are u nsafe. nearly 200 buildings which are unsafe. unsafe. what needs to be done to make these buildings safe? good morning. morning. the external part of the cladding to see is combustibility. see is combustibility. panel to test the cladding system as a whole. a whole.
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those tests to meet the current building regulations. building regulations. importance is to ensure that landlords know what to do. landlords know what to do. and have started to put in place already. already. happen, then, when will people in buildings feel safe? buildings feel safe? inspection from the local fire and rescue service. rescue service. they have all had a fire risk inspection. fire risk inspection. of fire and special measures they have put in place. have put in place. we gave the government is being heeded and is undertaken. heeded and is undertaken. responsible to take those mitigating actions required. actions required.
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what is the advice you are giving? you are giving? ensure there is a risk assessment taken place in the building. taken place in the building. detectors working, people know what to do in the event of fire. to do in the event of fire. for advice and having given advice to each of these buildings. to each of these buildings. they are still in buildings that are not safe. not safe. we are also giving advice on removing that cladding. removing that cladding.
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make those buildings safe and take the cladding of that is on now. it fair to say this is a fairly chaotic process? chaotic process? some authorities have removed cladding. 0thers haven‘t. haven‘t. this process have taken a long time. long time. people are not sure if homes are safe or not. homes are safe or not. i don't think it is chaotic. it is chaotic. prematurely to leave what is the installation of loan underneath. installation of loan underneath. and we have issued new advice on that. we have issued new advice on that.
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hackett, which will be an important milestone as well. milestone as well. the best possible expert advice to government. government. tower blocks because he wrote a report after a fire in 2009. report after a fire in 2009. retrofit sprinklers and instead take a more holistic look at fire safety. a more holistic look at fire safety. and what do you mean by a holistic approach to fire safety? approach to fire safety? that was some time ago. some time ago. since then technology has moved on as well. has moved on as well. there are other fire suppression systems. other fire suppression systems.
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insuring sprinklers play a very important part in fire safety. important part in fire safety. smoke detectors work and people know what to do in the event of fire. what to do in the event of fire. that fire doors were properly and close properly. close properly. have you changed your mind about retrofitting sprinklers? retrofitting sprinklers? that is right to be considered a lot of the time. of the time. retrofitting of sprinklers were it was appropriate to do so. was appropriate to do so. and the wider public enquiry, which of course has also been announced. of course has also been announced. thank you. it‘s 07:47 and you‘re watching breakfast from bbc
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news. here‘s carol with a look at this morning‘s weather. think they are fabulous, but these temperatures can be harmful? temperatures can be harmful? absolutely right. southern poland, there is a red heat warning in force. warning in force. that is the top level of warning. level of warning. we don‘t see many of those in the course of a year. of those in the course of a year. is notjust heat, it is also humidity. humidity. life—threatening heat false on people. false on people. moment is no rain in the short—term forecast. forecast. there is also a drought across parts of italy. across parts of italy. there is water rationing in rome and another 20 cities across italy. another 20 cities across italy. 15 degrees above where they should be at this stage of the year. be at this stage of the year. places across southern europe, bear that in
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mind. that in mind. acclimatise to this kind of heat and humidity. humidity. back home we have something quite different. something quite different. of the country, and also pretty windy across england and wales. windy across england and wales. you will see that in the isobars. will see that in the isobars. it will rattle through quite quickly. quickly. pressure there isn‘t much wind at all. all. the showers will be slow—moving and heavy. and heavy. pressure dominating much of europe at the moment. at the moment. onto our charts, it is basically sunshine and showers. sunshine and showers. sunshine fairly quickly afterwards, as soon as that shower goes through. as soon as that shower goes through. for northern ireland scotland, we are also at sunshine and showers. are also at sunshine and showers. those showers, from the lack of wind, will be slow—moving. wind, will be slow—moving. lots of dry weather around and some sunny spells as well. sunny spells as well.
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continue to push northwards and will come south later on. come south later on. england, some showers, lots of dry weather. weather. wight, lots of dry weather around and fewer showers. and fewer showers. wight towards the isles of scilly and all points in between. and all points in between. sunshine and showers. and showers. showers, but it will be windy, especially close to the coast. especially close to the coast. inland you will notice it. evening and overnight we hang on to the wind. the wind. further south, and there will be lots of dry weather around as well. lots of dry weather around as well. no problems with the minimum temperatures. 13— 15. turning more showery through the day. day. then we‘re back into a day of sunshine and showers. sunshine and showers. fewer showers than most of us saw today. than most of us saw today.
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wales and cool scotland and northern ireland. ireland. saturday, which is sunshine and showers. showers. most of us, with rain in northern ireland later. figures for the year so far. they are often a bellwether for the high street. so how are they doing? they have already told us they do not expect it to be a great year. not expect it to be a great year. so it is a slight improvement. morning, folks. but it‘s those physical stores where it‘s struggling. compared to the first half of last year. but online sales are up bya similaramount. of the fashion and retail magazine, drapers.
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good news or not? good and bad news. they potentially cancel each other out. out. good increase across their online sales. sales. with the retail sales, stores are expensive to run. expensive to run. have the overhead costs of those stores. stores. in store, they will ashley be expanding their stores. why? is that wise? wise? retail sales continued to fall for them. them. stores are still profitable, so it is still worth having them to now. is still worth having them to now. what they are going to do is try to get some shorter leases, i think. get some shorter leases, i think. so it makes things more fixable. it makes things more fixable. not profitable any more, they can exit that recent shock them. exit that recent shock them.
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the stores that they have at the moment. absolutely. i do not think they will open a lot of new stores. they will open a lot of new stores. portfolio and shrieking it as more people shop online. people shop online. earlier in the year they expected profits to fall this year. profits to fall this year. this year, what kind of changes will you see from what they are offering? you see from what they are offering? have seen coming through, not necessarily the changes. necessarily the changes. things they held their hands up to at the beginning of the was product. at the beginning of the was product. they tried to make it more trends driven. much more responsive. that is good in theory. is good in theory. trends in the shops in a matter of weeks. weeks. road and took their eye off the ball when it came to their core product. when it came to their core product. that you would normally go into a next to store to pick up. next to store to pick up. takes a little while to come through. through.
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so there is the product is side of things. side of things. making sure that delivery is a to scratch. scratch. there are competitors like is on coming in. is on coming in. they are upping theirfashion offerings. they are upping their fashion offerings. their fashion offerings. and they are for delivering quickly. are for delivering quickly. battle on the high street over the decade has been m&s and next. decade has been m&s and next. next have had a great run of it. have had a great run of it. who is winning right now. winning right now. next did have a good run for a lot of years. good run for a lot of years. it felt like they could do no wrong. like they could do no wrong. just not at the same rate as they were before. were before. so they are possibly turning a corner. turning a corner. not obviously both are struggling. are struggling. factors affecting high—street retailers at the moment. retailers at the moment. that spending squeeze that we talk about. spending squeeze that we talk about.
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prices up when customers are feeling the squeeze anyway. the squeeze anyway. wouldn‘t want to be running one of these businesses. kirsty, thank you. no resolution yet to that battle on the high street, as you can see. the high street, as you can see. and next still having a tough time of it. yes, struggling to target the audience. audience. their audience —— their customer is these days. these days. we have been talking about a courageous. sorry. not your fault! fault! it is the companies who are not fixing it. any to do better, obviously. sean, thank you. you‘re watching breakfast. of def leppard hysteria. time now to get the news, travel and weather where you are. good morning from bbc london
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news. i‘m sonja jessup. carried out by the council. residents feel that it‘s incomplete. their concerns are shared by two fire safety experts. authorities. violence after a spate of acid attacks in london. attacks in london. included workers delivering food by bike or mopeds. bike or mopeds. security concerns, and a trail of helmut cameras. helmut cameras.
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commissioner says they are nothing new. happen to me. and it could happen, in a sense, to anybody. but it‘s not likely. with the aim of touring the country to help those in need. who are homeless but also other disadvantaged people. by october. the tube is running well so far. no problems reported on any of those lines. southern and thameslink trains have delays by mitchum eastfield. delays by mitchum eastfield. normal rush—hour problems at the blackwall tunnel. blackwall tunnel. this is what it looks, northern traffic flow. looks, northern traffic flow. things down in the newington green balls pond road. balls pond road. westbound queues to the kingsland road. good morning. one thing is for sure.
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with all that heavy rain around. towards the west in particular. 0therwise, many places seeing a mostly dry day. but it will be rather windy. through the afternoon. for many of us it is a dry and bright start. particularly. they will tend to dry out in the afternoon. top temperatures of 21 or 22 celsius. those temperatures pared back slightly by the gusty wind. through this evening and overnight it should stay dry. the wind will ease down a touch for tomorrow morning. tomorrow is looking dry or mostly dry. we may see one or two light showers, and the winds will be lighter. higher temperatures, up to 23. maybe one or two showers around again on saturday afternoon.
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quite cool for this time of year. sunday is looking dry. that‘s it for now. take a look at our website. now though, it‘s back to steph and naga. bye for now. and naga munchetty. discharged from hospital — despite being medically fit to leave. are facing delays of more
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than six months. good morning, it‘s thursday 3rd august. tells as residents should feel reassured. reassured. service and have had a new fire risk inspection. the netherlands in the semi—finals of the women‘s euros.
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is gripping the sport at all levels. good morning. britain‘s big business bosses earned £4. are still big gaps between what men and women being paid. i‘ll have more in a few moments. temperatures are forecast. carol has the weather. but for the rest of england and wales, few and far between. wales, few and far between. heavy and they blow through quite quickly on the wind. quickly on the wind. more details in 15 minutes. see you then! good morning. first, our main story. health care across the uk. medically fit to leave.
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show that at least five patients waited more than 1,000 days. hundreds of others have been waiting for more than six months. of pounds to treat mental health patients in the community. 0ur social affairs correspondent, michael buchanan, reports. i enjoy doing collages. it helps when i‘m bored or anything and i haven‘t got anything to do. people in supported accommodation. disorder. she has spent almost half her life in psychiatric hospitals. she moved here last year, though, and loves it. longer in hospital than she needed to. i would see other people, like, leaving before me. for a long time.
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i‘m more equipped. but they seemed to get out quicker. many psychiatric patients would recognise toni‘s experience. years to be discharged. nearly 100 waited more than a year. than they needed to. because that step is just too significant. to break that cycle. who say there aren‘t enough similar units. moving out of here and into here? yeah, definitely. on the complex, a further step towards rebuilding her life. too many mental health patients are being denied a similar chance. michael buchanan, bbc news.
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implemented in the wake of the grenfell tower fire. more than 100 high—rises failed to meet current regulations. the test within seven minutes of being set alight. should still feel safe. rescue service and have all had a new fire risk inspection. new fire risk inspection. the event of a fire, and special measures they have put in place. measures they have put in place. the government is being heeded, and undertaken.
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undertaken. take those mitigating actions required. are continuing to fall further behind at school. the most disadvantaged children can be two years behind their peers. into areas with low social mobility. of finnish—style baby boxes, designed for newborns to sleep in. parts of scandinavia. that they reduce the likelihood of sudden infant death syndrome. years to earn what a top chief executive earns in just one.
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bosses, the 100 biggest bosses on the stock exchange. the stock exchange. other parts of life, it is how much they are being paid. they are being paid. centre have looked at this and found £4. £4. of a chief executive of one of those companies. companies. vote against the big pay packets of these big bosses. these big bosses. a little but there are big disparities. disparities. are women and on average they are paid £2. paid £2.
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running businesses in the ftse100 paid on average £4. paid on average £4. is still quite a big disparity highlighted by the report. highlighted by the report. how do you judge what is correct? you judge what is correct? that is the big argument. the big argument. do you measure what the chief executive is worth? executive is worth? chief executive, what the average employee is earning. employee is earning. average low earning employee but it is a fine art. is a fine art.
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job but are they worth the £50 million they were paid last year? million they were paid last year? that‘s where the controversy was —— £15 million. do you pinch watch television? television? rarely, but when i do, i go big. go big. but not that often. i‘m not a big tv watcher. watcher. if you don't go big, don't do it at all! do it at all! what is big for you, how many hours? how many hours? i have done six episodes... so, six hours? hours? it's a lot, to sit on your own watching light in a box!... own watching light in a box!... yeah, but we make a living out of it as well, so don‘t go... yeah, but we make a living out of it as well, so don't go... as well, so don't go... we are only on for three hours! on for three hours! why are we talking about this? according to research from the media regulator, 0fcom. though most of us still watch at least some live tv each week.
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so, staff, we are safe for now! that is good news! is good news! we are talking about the weather today... potentially dangerous levels. swathes of the continent — from romania to spain and portugal. sarah corker has more. to keep your cool? looking for cover. in austria, the elephants at vienna zoo took to the pool to cool. the city‘s horses had to go home, it was so hot. 0thers, though, weren‘t quite so lucky. the heat is centred on italy. it‘s experiencing its worst drought in 60 years. rome has started to ration water. 11 of its 20 regions could soon declare a state of emergency. and there are weather warnings
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in place across europe. remain on stand—by. with dry conditions, the risk of furtherfires is high. in southern spain, forecasters described the weather as extreme. a high of 47 degrees is expected in cordoba. during the hottest hours of the day. sarah corker, bbc news. we will have more weather with carol later on. sticking with the pacing... —— pay saying.
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from barcelona to paris st—germain. from his current contract. £198 million! nearly £200 million. the 25—year—old is expected to earn £40 million a year before tax. it has got us thinking. number to get your head around, 198 million. of the soon—to—be most expensive footballer in the world. i have some ideas, steph... well, £198 million buys you three boeing passenger planes. including tuvalu in the south pacific. your favourite, steph. yourfavourite, steph. covering the economy of two —— tuvalu. or you could buy 440 million individual pints of milk. that‘s enough to fill 100 0lympic—size swimming pools. who decided what we
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look at here? you could bathe in milk for 100 days... for ever! .. for the cost of neymar... there is an image! how do we go to you on the back of that? that? the match tonight, it is huge and we are so excited about it! are so excited about it! some very strange images in my head of you two there. of you two there. about the money but the love of the game. game. we are at the home of the england champions, manchester city. england champions, manchester city. some future stars going through their paces this morning. their paces this morning. tonight, a chance to get through to the euros. the euros. their radio and television sets tonight. cheering on the lionesses.
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way of giving their support to the team out there. team out there. on social media, here are some of the best. the best. england lionesses going to the euros... euros... in the world, not that you needed but you can never have enough luck. but you can never have enough luck. go out and get the trophy! your hands up # salute, salute! england! we salute the lionesses. the lionesses. the lionesses from all of the birmingham city alliance. birmingham city alliance. we are rooting for you! rooting for you! good luck, lionesses, we are rooting for you! salute!
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# representing all the women, salute, salute! salute, salute! johnson, well played, a cracking salute! what a night ahead. against the netherlands, and you one! so many emotions tonight? pressure on the england goals but we did when. did when. a different kind of game for them. for them. have got better in every game i have watched them. watched them.
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no reason why they can‘t go and win in my opinion. as well, so they can‘t lose to them in the final. in the final. themselves to think this is our chance to make history? chance to make history? professionals theirjob will be to beat netherlands. beat netherlands. for them to get to the final and the winners. winners. netherlands last november 1—0 in a friendly? friendly? they will take great hope from that and believe. from that and believe.
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as a team, the togetherness, it is fantastic. fantastic. bumps watching that without believe they have. they have. difficult, but i think the girls can do it. do it. karen bardsley, can make it without two key players? two key players? siobhan chamberlain is so experienced. experienced. in this pressure situations and will be ready for this. be ready for this. she had a very good spring series. good spring series. a lot of players who can come into that position and fill that role.
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that position and fill that role. karen bardsley because they are top professionals. professionals. good squad and a squad that i think can cope with missing those players. can cope with missing those players. quite some time, since mark samsung to over. to over. for a number of years, notjust one tournament? tournament? and half years since it charge of the role. the role. in the media when mark said his squad. three months before anybody else. else. everyone said is that the right thing to do? right thing to do? think that is that is what is giving them that extra step. them that extra step. they are so difficult to break down. difficult to break down. they have conceded one goal all tournament. conceded one goal all tournament. and that was when there were resting
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players. players. come on in the semifinal, or hopefully the final. hopefully the final. the results about and going to the final. quick prediction? 2-1 england. england. 1-0 england, it will be a tight one. tight one. scored as many as england, but they have home advantage. have home advantage. you can follow the game live on five live. 7:45pm. are for a win for england, that‘s what we like. what we like. definitely looking forward to that match. forward to that match. time to have a look at the weather with carol. really extreme temperatures in parts of europe, aren‘t there? really extreme temperatures in parts of europe, aren't there? of europe, aren't there?
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fahrenheit, at this time in the morning. it is already 30 celsius in rome. rome. heat one across sardinia, italy, the balkans and self: . heat one across sardinia, italy, the balkans and self:. balkans and self:. of the year, they are not as prolific —— as rare as hen ‘s teeth. prolific —— as rare as hen ‘s teeth. not a good combination with the humidity. humidity. there is the risk to life with this kind of heat. with this kind of heat. acclimatise to that quite so readily so bear that in mind. so bear that in mind. wildfires across parts of south of france and corsica. france and corsica. there is also a trout situation in italy. trout situation in italy.
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cubic metres of rainwater that have not fallen. not fallen. notjust in rome but in other parts of italy as well. of italy as well. good ten or 15 degrees above where they should be. they should be. but in southern parts there is also quite a strong wind. quite a strong wind. there is no let up to that in the short term forecast. short term forecast. scotland, northern england and northern ireland. northern ireland. wales, we are looking at sunshine and showers. and showers. they will whip through quite quickly on the wind. quite quickly on the wind.
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be a lot of dry weather and some sunshine. sunshine. northwards but it will come south through the night. through the night. catch one it is likely to be heavy but there will be a lot of sunshine. but there will be a lot of sunshine. anglia, kent and to the isle of wight. wight. quickly and the sun will come out quite quickly behind it. quite quickly behind it. the strong winds they will blow through quite quickly too. through quite quickly too. the evening and overnight, still windy, we lose a lot of the showers. windy, we lose a lot of the showers. head southwards, and still if you showers piling in on. —— on the wind. wind. tomorrow not as wendy across england and wales. england and wales.
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showery through the cause of the day. day. are in the sunshine out of the win that will feel quite nice. that will feel quite nice. dry that rain coming into northern ireland later in the day. ireland later in the day. thank you very much, we will see you later. would you know what to do if faced with the victim of an acid attack? advice on how to help. become the weapon of choice for criminals over knives. martin berry from the royal college of paramedicsjoins us now. good morning. rise in the number of attacks with corrosive liquids? corrosive liquids?
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cases, especially within cities over the last 12 months. the last 12 months. attacks the members of the emergency services as well. services as well. so it is a problem that needs to be addressed. that needs to be addressed. something you have personally dealt with as well. with as well. disturbing about this kind of attack on a person. on a person. the patient but also the staff treating them. it is becoming a real problem. so the advice is now water. lots of flowing water. it, it is usually to the face, the attack, isn‘t it? it, it is usually to the face, the attack, isn't it? attack, isn't it? is a classic example of the simple solution makes all the difference. solution makes all the difference. have seen butter, milk and toothpaste, all of that absolute no. toothpaste, all of that absolute no. just clean fresh water.
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that fluid as far away from the patient as you can. patient as you can. as welcome as that an important part? part? think of where that corrosive agent is going. agent is going. face and not across the face, thinking especially about the eyes. thinking especially about the eyes. sight loss is a significant impact of this. of this. something you mentioned about the emergency services being attack now. emergency services being attack now. when you are going to treat someone orjust in your general...? ? we have seen cases of both. seen cases of both. had some sort of corrosive agent thrown at her while on due to. thrown at her while on due to.
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of staff is unable to respond to other people. other people. the long lastuvka the zoko and psychological effects is damaging. psychological effects is damaging. who do you think is behind this? corrosive agents are being used in place of knives. is this gang warfare? warfare? who is behind this, what is the motivation? the motivation? that people can purchase, then maybe that is causing the problem. that is causing the problem. secretary talking about this on the programme before. good news. attacked, given all the work that you guys are doing. you guys are doing.
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i am sat on the sofa talking about this as a topic. this as a topic. bizarre that people think this is an 0k thing to do. 0k thing to do. tied up thinking across the emergency services. what would help you? more tied up thinking. people having these agents in the first place. first place. new hearing of emergency service workers being attacked, is it? no. unfortunately danger is an aspect of working for the emergency service. working for the emergency service. safety when treating people in public. public. vigilant and careful of this sort of behaviour.
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behaviour. it is terrible, thank you premature coming in to talk to us. time now to get the news, travel and weather where you are. hello and good morning. sunny spells and showers today, the majority in the north. majority in the north. question, some localised flooding in scotland in the afternoon. scotland in the afternoon.
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temperatures average for the time of year, highs of 22 degrees. year, highs of 22 degrees. the odd rumble of thunder not out of the question. about 20 degrees. clear spells overnight with wind staying for some time in the south. staying for some time in the south. cloud and outbreaks of rain age into scotland as we moved overnight. scotland as we moved overnight. overnight lows of 12 and 16 degrees. a day of sunny spells and showers. cloud and outbreaks of rain to begin with across scotland. with across scotland. ireland and much of england and wales, more brightness than today. wales, more brightness than today. easing, temperatures slightly up—to—date, a maximum of 23 degrees. up—to—date, a maximum of 23 degrees. it will be a touch cooler with highs of 14-18d. it will be a touch cooler with highs of 14—18d. of 14—18d. ridge of high pressure moves in so things settle down
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