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good morning welcome to breakfast withjon kay and naga munchetty. our headlines today: church of england bishops come together to criticise mps, accusing them of using language "not good morning welcome to breakfast withjon kay worthy of our country". and mega munchetty. our headlines today: the prime minister's advisor dominic cummings was confronted by a labour mp in a speech later he described brexit as "a walk in the park". church of england bishops come together to criticise mps, more claims that donald accusing them of using language "not trump tried to cover up a phone call he had worthy of our country". with the president of ukraine. following in his mother's footsteps, prince harry will be finding out what progress has been made in removing landmines in angola. accusations of ‘greenwashing'. the prime minister's advisor dominic cummings was confronted by a labour mp customers are reportedly being misled by green energy tariffs in a speech later he described sold by companies that are not the rows over brexit as "a walk generating or buying renewable in the park". energy. there are still "significant gaps" in preparing the nhs and care—homes the wait is over and the heat is on. for brexit, according to the national audit office.
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more claims that donald trump tried to cover up a phone call he had the world athletics championships get underway in doha later with the president of ukraine. with britain's athletes set a not so perfect match. to endure scorching temperatures as they bid for gold medal glory. the number of online daters good morning. it is a day of sunny falling victim to so—called romance fraud rises significantly. i'll be finding out how to spot spells and blustery showers today. i the signs of a dating scam. the wait is over and the heat is on. will bring you all the details in about 15 minutes. the world athletics championships get underway in doha later with britain's athletes set to endure scorching temperatures as they bid for gold medal glory. it's friday the 27th of september. our top story: more than 100 bishops and archbishops have signed a letter good morning. we have some very saying the tone of the brexit debate has becomne "unacceptable" and calling for more respect. u nsettled good morning. we have some very unsettled weather on the cards with the intervention follows angry scenes in the house of commons low pressure in charge through today after the supreme court ruled the suspension of parliament was unlawful. and into the weekend, too. heavy rain, strengthening wins and all the details are coming later. —— winds. it's friday the 27th of september. our top story: more than 100 bishops and archbishops have signed a letter we can get more on this now from our political correspondent jonathan blake who's
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in westminster this morning. saying the tone of the brexit debate we were there earlier in the week has become "unacceptable" and calling for more respect. and the heat in parliament was there the intervention follows angry for everyone to see and it is not scenes in the house of commons after the supreme court going away this friday morning, is ruled the suspension of parliament was unlawful. it? just when you thought it might be time to take a breath, perhaps pause and reflect, the bishops describing the debate around brexit we can get more on this now from our political correspondent at the moment. the prime minister jonathan blake who's in westminster this morning. jonathan this row shows no sign of going away? himself has said the temperature needs to come down at his senior this letter, all 118 bishops and advisor dominic cummings has struck advisor dominic cummings has struck a bit more of a defiant tone. he was archbishops. this is rare, isn't it? confronted in parliament yesterday yes and this is not the only call either labour mp carl turner. the for calm there has been in recent response after the mp described his days as mps returned this week. when tactics as an expect the suspension of parliament was ruled unlawful by the supreme court, tactics as an does response after the mp described his tactics as an does make unacceptable, his messages seem to they were, as you say, really angry be, what you expect? he said that after m ps be, what you expect? he said that scenes in the house of commons and a after mps had spent three years charged atmosphere. that is probably swerving all over the shop, it something of an understatement. now, wasn't surprising that people were angry and expanding on that, he said even the prime minister himself, if you are a bunch of politicians saying the temperature needs to come
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and say that you swear we're going respect the result of a democratic down. last night, his senior advisor vote and then after you lose that, dominic cummings who was the mastermind of the vote leave you don't, what do you expect to campaign and now pulling the strings happen? dominic cummings, as i say, inside number ten, has had his say striking something of a defiant tone inside number ten, has had his say with a slightly different tone they and on the pressure that the we should not be surprised people government is under, borisjohnson's are angry about it. the fact that most senior aide says that we are mps have, as he has put it, swerved enjoying it and that compared to the all over the place since the vote to referendum this is a walk in the leave the eu. they say ——he says if park, we are going to leave and we are going to win. and whatever you are politicians and then after winning looks like, john major, one you are politicians and then after you lose you don't want to respect the vote, what do you expect to of the former prime ministers, got involved as well, saying that happen? he said the only answer is downing street isn't thinking about for parliament to respect the result doing something illegal to try to of the referendum. he did say that get round that new bill? this is leave and remain campaigners had perhaps his answer to the ongoing question of how the government will faced threats which should be taken do what it says it will do and abide by the law, but also, the prime seriously. those are just the latest comments after what has been an minister saying that he won't ask eventful and acrimonious week here foran minister saying that he won't ask for an extension to the brexit process and that is something that he is now bound by law to do if a
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in westminster. you used the word deal isn't reached by october the 19th. sojust swerve. the former prime minister deal isn't reached by october the 19th. so just ——so john deal isn't reached by october the 19th. sojust ——sojohn major thinks the government will do something john major is concerned that boris johnson and his team are going to called the order of council which is find a way to be able to push through a no—deal brexit or at least a mechanism that doesn't involve the have the possibility. yes, the prime queen, to effectively extend or suspend the law requiring the prime minister and the government have minister ask for an extension until said they will abide by the law but borisjohnson has also said he will not ask for an extension to the after october 31. it would be an unusual move and john major has brexit process and that is something warned against him doing that. we he is now required by law to do, thanks to a bill which was passed by will catch up withjonathan a bit later. mps against the government's wishes. the government's preparations everyone has been trying to work out to ensure supplies of vital medicines and equipment for the nhs how they might do that and sojohn are not disrupted in the event of a no—deal brexit have been strongly criticised. the national audit office says major, the former conservative prime there is still a significant minister, is the latest to have his amount of work to do before the brexit deadline of october 31st. say saying ministers may get around the department for health it using something called an order and social care says it wants to reassure patients it's doing of council which would allow them to everything it can to make sure suspend the law until after the end they can access the of october. but it comes with a medicines they need. warning to the prime minister, saying it would be a fragrant we'll be getting more on that story
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defiance of parliament and utterly from the national audit office in a few minutes. disrespectful to the supreme court. last night, the conservative party the whistleblower whose complaint chairman didn't rule out the has led to an impeachment inquiry against donald trump government would do that. is a cia officer who once worked in the white house, according to us media. it's alleged that mr trump pushed meanwhile, it's been claimed the ukrainian president there are still "significant gaps" in the government's "no—deal" to investigate joe biden, planning in relation to the nhs one of the frontrunners hoping and care homes. to challenge him in next year's the national audit office praised presidential election. the department of health david willis reports. and social care for the "enormous amount of work" that had been done, but said there were still risks involved if the uk left the eu without a deal. andy moore sent this report. a beleaguered president trump returned to the white house last night. the entire healthcare system in the uk relies on medicines coming in from the eu. much of this comes via even by the breathless standards of his administration, the channel ports which could see the last few days have been particularly tumultuous. a whistleblower‘s report maintains huge disruption in the event of a not only that mr trump misused no—deal brexit. even though mps have the office of president for personal passed a law to stop a no—deal gain, but that white house officials, alarmed by his request brexit, the department of the health for dirt on democratic rival and social care have been working on joe biden, then sought ways to minimise the risk, should it to bury the evidence.
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president trump seen here with mr zelensky earlier happen. but today's report from the in the week has lashed out publicly and privately. national audit office says some at a closed door event in new york, serious questions remain unanswered. he suggested that white house staff who spoke about the telephone even with six weeks' supply or some conversation should be seen as "traitors". stockpiling going on, if there is not a simple way of getting medicines into the country or a hold—up at any point, the stockpiles will go down quickly and they need to be replenished so there is an awful lot to play for, and off a lot we don't know because it depends on what happens in other countries as well. a no-deal brexit could cause last night, president trump renewed his attack on his political rivals. ijust watched a little bit serious disruption to medical of this on television. supplies, not least because of the it's a disgrace to our country. it's another witch—hunt, 12,300 medicines licensed for use in here we go again. it's adam schiff and his crew making the uk, around 7000 come from or via up stories and sitting there like pious... whatever you want to call them. eu countries. the government's own it's just really a disgrace. worst case scenario means a eu countries. the government's own worst case scenario means a no—deal brexit means cross channel goods could be cut by up to 60% was not a the president isn't without his supporters, however. sheriffs from across the us statement from the nhs is everything converged on the white house, will be done to make sure they could looking to raise his spirits at the end of a brutal week. access medicines after brexit, david willis, bbc news, los angeles.
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whatever the circumstances. the department's preparations were unprecedented. but the mao report makes clear that just with unprecedented. but the mao report makes clear thatjust with weeks to go before a brexit, much work remains to be done. — the national in the last few minutes, audit office. prince harry has arrived in angola we'll be getting more on that story from the national audit office to retrace the steps of his mother, princess diana — by walking through at ten—past—seven. a british couple have been a former minefield. jailed for eight years by a portuguese court for drug smuggling on a cruise ship. the prince met staff roger and susan from a landmine charity and chatted clarke, who are both 72, to members of the community. were caught last year he'll later talk about while attempting to smuggle nine the importance of de—mining — kilograms of cocaine, with a street just as his mother did back in 1997 value of a million pounds. damian grammaticas sent — and follow in her footsteps. her work spurred a global this report from lisbon. campaign to ban landmines. lisbon — beautiful in the autumn sun. last december, a british couple in their 70s a different ship was here. have beenjailed in portugal for drug smuggling on a cruise ship. the marco polo just arrived from the caribbean. roger and susan clarke, who are both 72, in cabin 469, roger were caught last year while attempting to smuggle nine and susan clarke, pensioners kilograms of cocaine, with a street value of a million pounds. who took frequent, costly cruises, damian grammaticas sent living beyond their modest income. this report from lisbon. police had noticed. lisbon — beautiful
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in the autumn sun. last december, a different ship was here. the marco polo just arrived from the caribbean. in cabin 469, roger and sue clarke, pensioners today, the couple, both 72 years old, were brought to court in handcuffs. who took frequent, costly cruises, sentenced to eight years living beyond their modest income. each for drug smuggling. as the judge spoke, sue police had noticed. dropped her head in tears and roger, also shaken, turned to her and said, "i'll be nearly 80 when i get out. it's ridiculous!" as he left the court, today, the couple, both 72 he turned to me and said, years old, were brought "the truth needs to come out. to court in handcuffs. come and visit me in prison." sentenced to eight years but the truth is the each for drug smuggling. as the judge spoke, sue couple have a history. dropped her head in tears and roger, this is roger injail in norway, also shaken, turned to her and said, caught 15 years ago with 200kg "i'll be nearly 80 when i get out. of cannabis hidden in his car. it's ridiculous!" as he left the court, he turned to me and said, and recently frequent trips "the truth needs to come out. to jamaica — the photo they took from the hotel, the wedding they attended. come and visit me in prison." but police caught them with these cases. "empty ones for but the truth is the couple have a history. this is roger injail in norway, a friend," they said. caught 15 years ago with 200kg the drugs officer who raided of cannabis hidden in his car. their cabin found more than and recently frequent trips £1 million of cocaine to jamaica — in the lining of the bags. the photo they took from the hotel,
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translation: at first, they acted confident. the wedding they attended. they said, "you're not going to find anything." but afterwards, they admitted but police caught them with these cases. "empty ones for a friend," they said. all along the cases had drugs. the drugs officer who raided their cabin found more than now, instead of enjoying £1 million of cocaine their sunset years, the couple may be spending the rest in the lining of the bags. of them behind bars. damian grammaticas, bbc news, lisbon. translation: at first, the whistleblower whose complaint they acted confident. has led to an impeachment they said, "you're not inquiry against donald trump going to find anything." but afterwards, they admitted they'd is a cia officer who once worked in the white house, according to us media. it's alleged that mr trump pushed the ukrainian president to investigate joe biden, one of the frontrunners, known all along the cases had drugs. hoping to challenge him in next year's presidential election. david willis reports. a beleaguered president donald trump returned to the white house last night. even by the breathless standards now, instead of enjoying of his administration, their sunset years, the couple may the last few days have been be spending the rest of them behind bars. damian grammaticas, bbc news, lisbon. police forces need to do particularly tumultuous. more to prevent officers abusing their authority to have sex with vulnerable people, that's according to a whistleblower‘s report maintains a new report out today.
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her majesty's inspectorate not only that mr trump misused of constabulary says forces need to the office of president to ensure they're able to detect, for personal gain, but that and root—out abuse—of—position white house officials, by officers and staff. alarmed by his request for dirt it estimates that up to 10% of the police workforce did not have on democratic rivaljoe biden, up—to—date vetting, the primary then sought to bury the evidence. method to prevent abuse. president trump seen here with mr it's 7:10. fuller ms zelensky has lashed out we are looking at brexit stories, publicly and privately. angry people, angry bishops, but we thought we would narrow it down and look at another area. at a closed—door event in new york, he suggested white house staff who spoke about the telephone the large number medicines conversation should be and equipment imported from the eu seen as traitors. into the nhs could be disrupted in the case of a no deal brexit. though govenment last night, president trump renewed legislation has been his attack on his political rivals. ijust his attack on his political rivals. i just watched a his attack on his political rivals. ijust watched a little bit of this passed to avoid a no deal brexit, on television. it is a disgrace to the national audit office says the large scale of supplies our country. it is another witch—hunt, here we go again. they could be affected. are making up stories and sitting in the uk there are 12,300 medicines licensed for use. there, whatever you want to call of those, around 7,000 come from or via european union countries.
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them, it is really a disgrace. the government's own worst case scenario is that a no deal brexit could mean cross channel goods are cut by up to 60%. we'rejoined from london by executive leader of the national audit last night, an infuriated mr giuliani lashed out office, rebecca sheeran. at his critics. the president isn't without his supporters, however. thank you forjoining us this sheriffs from across the us converged on the white house, morning. it is very difficult. we looking to raise his spirits at the end of a brutal week. area seven days ago, most people morning. it is very difficult. we are a few weeks away, trying to find in america had yet to hear of mr trump's fateful conversation are a few weeks away, trying to find a who is prepared, how well—prepared with the president of the ukraine. david willis, bbc news, los angeles. they are for something that hasn't yet happened but that is what you the swiss city of geneva and surrounding areas have been plunged are trying to do? yes, if there is a into darkness overnight to raise awareness of light pollution which stops us seeing the night sky and stars properly. environmentalists have also warned of the danger of light pollution do not —— nocturnal risk that is — make that there is a animals and plants. whereas the disruption to supplies of medicine in the event that the uk leave the eu without a deal. the government dark? it is difficult! some people has done a huge amount to understand might be away, they might have auto the risks and to prepare for those risks. department of health and lights. you could organise it next social care spent £50 million time. it is a wonderful thing, though, isn't it? been able to look already and has committed to spend up though, isn't it? been able to look up at the stars when there is no light pollution. i would be that one another £30 million. there is still
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another £30 million. there is still a lot to do. the department has not house that forgot, right in the middle. prince harry will retrace the steps of his mother, princess diana today — got a complete picture and they need by walking through a former minefield in angola. that picture. there is a lot of work this is the iconic picture under way for the department of of princess diana's visit back in 1997, which spurred a global transport and to put in place extra campaign to ban landmines. today's visit is part of the duke transport and to put in place extra transport for priority good — make and duchess of sussex's visit to southern africa, their official goods away from the short channel crossing, for example, between calais and dover. —— goods, away tour as a family with baby archie. from the short channel crossing. you are going to the process of how we now, here's a question for you — get this medicines that want lots of how do you get a teenager to cooperate with you? well, researchers at people want to know is when will we cardiff university think they've come up with the answer. know that this is affecting us? is yes, a new study analysed 1,000 it straight after? how will this youngsters in classic family argument scenarios, feed through the system? well, such as parents trying to get them no—one can know exactly what will happen on the 31st of october or in to do their homework. the days that will follow. an effective supply of goods into the it found that a "controlling" tone
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country, including medicines, of voice brought out the most depends on a huge number of players negative response, and the most and not just the effective outcome was achieved depends on a huge number of players and notjust the drug companies but when parents used it also depends on what happens on the other side of the channel, for a supportive voice. example, at french customs. the don't look at me, i don't have government, as you have already mentioned, has made some assumptions children. i don't have to deal with about the extent to which this flow of goods into the country could be that. so will you be changing your tactics? reduced in the event of a no—deal get in touch and let us know. brexit and it is on the basis of maybe does it work for mps? that is what we are talking about. we will that assumption that the department of health and social care has put in place its plans to address those be interested to know what you risks. it has taken a very multilayered approach to those think. any tips? you are laughing, preparations so it is notjust looking at encouraging pharmaceutical companies to put in place stockpiles was a bit has done holly. yes, no children over here. that. and drug companies have reported that at the moment they did you respond to a controlling have about 32% of medicine product voice? my mother had a look. i don't lines where they have six weeks or so lines where they have six weeks or so of supplies in place that it has think you can get the look until you have had children. just that at a also, as i said, looked to put in place arrangements so that goods can look of both contempt and frustration at the one time. and we keep flowing away from the short channel crossing. is there a legal requirement or a code of conduct to
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we re frustration at the one time. and we were talking ——we are talking to normanj, the dj, a bit later. we actually declare, by any institution all know the look. they teach them thatis actually declare, by any institution that is dealing with medical care, that is dealing with medical care, that it has provided for or made that. it is nothing about looking provision for stockpiles? does it after humans, you just do the look. have to declare that? do they have a duty? we are talking about a large it has been a frustrating time for number of private sector providers, british ash —— athletes. it is an not just the drug number of private sector providers, notjust the drug companies, but also those who provide social care, so also those who provide social care, so things like nursing, homes and unusual event to take place this late in the year. we had the people that provide care in the home. the government doesn't have 0lympics late in the year. we had the olympics in sydney that went on direct levers to compel these bodies until late september but in terms of to act so it is doing things like this event in doha, we haven't even the survey in drug companies to had the starting pistol yet and we understand how prepared they are. it are already in late september and has put out advice to social care bearin are already in late september and bear in mind, that is not the only providers such as those nursing thing athletes have to worry about. homes, about the need to make contingency preparations. but the area that we are really it is so hot that the women's highlighting, i think an area that marathon will start just has received less attention, is it is so hot that the women's marathon will startjust before midnight local time. coverage is around the social care providers, the nursing homes and other care starting on bbc two at 1:45 this providers, it doesn't know how
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prepared they are so that they can afternoon. continue to receive the things that britain's dina asher smith begins her bid to win three they need, things like dressings, medals when she runs the 100 things like rubber gloves, the metres heats tomorrow. medicines will be, continue to be the triple european champion is favourite for the 200 metres, supplied through the nhs. runs in the four x 100m relay team. essex have won cricket's county championship. they secured the draw they needed it is interesting that you say that against somerset at taunton to win surveys a re the title for the second it is interesting that you say that surveys are being done, and would imagine it is hard to keep on top of time in three years. everything in the uk and how they england head coach are preparing for brexit, but anyone eddiejones says they'll watching now who may have family in have to match argentina's passion when they play them a care home or a nursing home, can in the rugby world cup next week. england made it two wins from two, they actually challenge them and demand they are in a position to beating the usa in kobe yesterday. have equipment ready, just in case there is a shortfall of supply?” glasgow city are through to the last 16 of the women's champions league after beating chertonova have equipment ready, just in case there is a shortfall of supply? i am not a medical professional. they moscow 5—1 on aggregate. can't advise on what individuals arsenal also advance should do. they should, of course, if they are reliant on particular after knocking out fiorentina. drugs or products they should talk to their doctors or their we will be talking a little bit more pharmacists. what we have looked to do in this report is look at about the rugby world cup a bit governments overall preparations for ensuring that is as much of a later in the papers. continuous flow of these important
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goods into the country as possible in the event of a no—deal. as i said, a huge amount of preparation good morning. certainly a mixed has been undertaken, but there is picture out there. a very unsettled still a lot to do in the weeks that beam. real ups picture out there. a very unsettled remain. for example, those contracts beam. realups and picture out there. a very unsettled beam. real ups and downs in the weather in the next few days. we are has enough been done? sorry, have low pressure well and truly in time is tight on these things. as charge. keeping a real autumnal theme to the weather. there will be enough been done? well, we think sunshine around, but also some there is more that can be done. the heavy, blustery showers and some next weeks are crucial in getting in thunderstorms as well. that'll be place contracts to ensure extra the theme as we on through the transport options keep goods flowing weekend. there is an area of low away from the short channel pressure setting out to the west of scotla nd pressure setting out to the west of scotland at the moment. that is crossings are in place. we also drifting slowly eastward through the day. we have weather fronts rotating heard from trade bodies and around that area of low pressure. 90 representatives that they still need of showers around this morning, more practical information from government on things like exactly what they have to do to comply with particularly northern ireland, south of scotland, north—west england as well. showers further south as well. new processes that may be in place charles will be pushing eastward at the border. exactly what they through the day. sunshine returning need to do to access some of that to the west of scotland and northern extra transport capacity that has ireland as well. when disgusting been put in place. rebecca, a quick around 40—45 mph. turning breezy in word, a lot of people will say this the south. temp registered a cooler is project fear, it is scaremongering again that we are not ready for brexit and because brexit than recent days, 14— 18 degrees. ——
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is happening, how would you respond to that, briefly for good? the intention of our report is not to temperatures. the first batch of heavy showers moves towards the east. more overnight rain for cause alarm. civil servants have northern ireland, south of scotland, north—west england and was showers been tasked to prepare for a no—deal further south. the most of us we brexit. their spending money on it. ourjob at the national audit office should see a mild night with is to look at that, take an temperatures still in double figures. a bit cooler across independent, objective look at that, scotla nd figures. a bit cooler across scotland with lighter winds and look at the facts of what is clearer skies. heading happening, and how far they are preparing and highlight those areas, scotland with lighter winds and clearerskies. heading into asi preparing and highlight those areas, saturday, the first area of low as i said, we think government can pressure klister the east. another do more in the time that remains. area approaching from the south—west. for quite a good part of rebecca, thank you forjoining us the day there will be sunshine, this morning. showers easing to the east, before it is 17 minutes past seven on this area of low pressure, which could be quite a troublemaker moved friday morning. we have reported in from the south—west late in the that prince harry is about to afternoon. ahead of that, in the retrace his mother's symbolic sunshine, 15—19. not bad through the minefield walk in angola. your day. we are watching this area of member those iconic pictures of her as she tried to raise the profile of low pressure as it approaches from the south—west. it is a north — landmine charities. in 1987. the world had never seen anything like it at the time. right now we take south split overnight. saturday night into sunday. that is where we you live to angola and her son, will see the heavy rain, thick lee prince harry. closest to the camera across england and wales. not as wet for scotland and northern ireland. there, he is just
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prince harry. closest to the camera there, he isjust getting prince harry. closest to the camera there, he is just getting a prince harry. closest to the camera there, he isjust getting a briefing wind gusts 50—60 mph around the to walk through that same field. it coast. we could see some flooding has now been cleared of landmines. problems through the course of the it isa has now been cleared of landmines. weekend. a combination of some big it is a poignant, significant moment for him. and for the cause as well, waves, weekend. a combination of some big waves , we weekend. a combination of some big waves, we also have high spring tides and a heavy rainfall. some of to raise the profile of the risks the gusts of wind on sunday still up that landmines still play in many parts of the world. of course, this to 30-40 the gusts of wind on sunday still up to 30—40 mph, even especially in the is all part of the royal trip for south. stronger on the coast. the duke and duchess of sussex. temperatures are starting to dip their visit to various countries in down a bit on sunday. 13— 18 degrees as the winds come from a northerly africa, first official tour as a family. we will keep you up—to—date —— northerly direction. there is with this. it will be a poignant moment as well. it is obviously lots of weather happening. sunny spells, a few showers, winds picking up spells, a few showers, winds picking up on saturday. into sunday, heavy something princess diana put her heart into and touched the lives of many people and changed the way that rain in the south, and gales around the world looked at the mining. and the coast at times. but unsettled theme continues as we look ahead they have both been very keen to into next week. showers on the outlook. you will notice into next week at the temperatures will start support her legacy. we will bring to be dipping down. but you both those pictures as he continues that walk a bit later. let us talk to stop sarah, thanks very much. see you later. a minutes past six. sarah. a ms early morning for us.
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good morning to you. it will turn a "18 ——18 minutes past six. let's take a look at today's papers. the daily telegraph leads on comments made bit cool over the next couple of by the prime minister's adviser, dominic cummings, who's seen days. not just cooler bit cool over the next couple of days. notjust cooler but unsettled on the main picture here. as well. this is the scene as the he's reported as saying he's "not surpred that some people are angry" sun comes up about the delay to brexit. "deliver brexit or face riots," is the headline on the front of the times, it quotes a senior as well. this is the scene as the sun comes up at bristol plenty of showers in the forecast today. it cabinet minister telling the paper will be the kind of mix of sunny the country risked a "violent, popular uprising" if a second spells. warm in the sunshine. the referendum overturned brexit. wind is picking up, too. all down to the fact we have this area of low pressure. it essentially west of scotla nd pressure. it essentially west of scotland this morning, it will drift eastwards and particularly to the south of that. that is where we will see the strongest of the winds. plenty of heavy showers. they will merge into strongest balls of rain. all of england's bishops and some heavy showers this morning. archbishops have issued a rebuke for winds up to 40—45 mph in the south language not worthy of our country. the picture is of sir david attenborough alongside the duchess of cambridge as a ship — which the public wanted to call coast as well. it will be quite boaty mcboatface — was actually blustery with heavy showers pushing named in his honour yesterday. eastward through the day. elsewhere, the guardian leads thunderstorms mixed in with them as well. temperatures 14— 18 degrees. on the political turmoil in america, with the headline "white house cooler than it has been over recent
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accused of cover—up over trump call. " days. as we move into the evening and tonight, dry weather for a time. the first batch of showers clears. the picture is of the labour mp paula sherriff who spoke out this week about the threats she had moving into north—west scotland, northern ireland, north—west england as well. it is still reasonably mild received in her role. for most of us and frost free. just about dipping into single figures across scotland. heading into the new president of ukraine calling saturday, one area of low pressure klister the east, the next one is for intervention over this democratic rival, joe biden. moving in from the west. in between there will be quite a bit of dry away from politics the daily mail weather —— moving in from the east. leads on a report that victims of bank scammers lost more than 200 million in the first six months sunny spells developing before the next batch of fairly heavy rain and of the year. nina and holly are here taking a look at what is inside. boaty strengthening winds move in from the south—west later on in the afternoon. ahead of that, reasonably mcboatface. that is the undemocratic move of our era, never mind brexit. one, about 14— 19 degrees. it is second boat! we will need to go really through saturday night and overnight into sunday that we will see the rain become heavy and again. —— vote. 0n the front pages persistent. it will be combined with they are asking the question who strong winds across england and will pay for the thomas cook wales. thus about 50 mph in the collapse. we have covered it all morning. later in the afternoon we week. it happened late on sunday
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into monday. speculation that every could touch 60 mile—per—hour gust, time we book a package deal we pay into this protection scheme. £420 especially around east anglia. heavy showers around for many of us, especially england and wales million will have to be paid out. clea ra nce especially england and wales clearance letter is was on sunday. some sunshine returning, during the 100 million to repatriate customers. they say that the scheme does not afternoon, but the winds really will bea have enough at the moment. what will afternoon, but the winds really will be a feature, especially around the coast where we could see gusts up to have enough at the moment. what will have to happen is the government will have to give them a loan to top 60 mph, even inland, 40 it up and if another similar company colla pses it up and if another similar company mile—per—hour gust. temperatures will start to bill kollar. 13—18 on collapses that is enough there. they worry about how much it could cost today. also, this is a good story, sunday —— feel a bit cooler. we will in the guardian today, liverpool fc feel cooler weather moving in across attempted to trademark the word on sunday. saturday, some sunshine, liverpool, but it has been rejected. the wind is picking up later. sunday the intellectual property office has turned it down because the city has will bring us heavy rain and gale force gusts at times. it remains geographical significance outside of u nsettled the football club. of course it force gusts at times. it remains unsettled as we look ahead into next week. you will notice the temperature start to feel a little does! not just bit cooler. jon and naga. we will the football club. of course it does! notjust liverpool fc. the word liveable. they were trying to ta ke bit cooler. jon and naga. we will take saturday and stop there. thank cut down on illegal merchandise at you, sarah. if only life without that way. it is minutes past seven. —— liverpool. after furious exchanges in the house cut down on illegal merchandise at -- liverpool. you promised us rugby.
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of commons earlier this week, borisjohnson has refused to apologise for his use of language. obviously england yesterday, a huge several mps say they've received death threats, win over the united states. the one and partially blame talking point that most of the back the prime minister's words on brexit for fuelling extremist behaviour. pages are leading with today is this but it was his comments tackle on owen farrell, which led to about the murdered mpjo cox, that caused a particular backlash. the first red card of the world cup. breakfast‘s john maguire is in herformer constituency in west yorkshire there were so many different clips of it's showing over and over while a decision was made, this photograph in the telegraph today says it all. there is no question at all what the issue is. and i think, for england, for us this morning. notjust the fact issue is. and i think, for england, not just the fact they got a win yesterday, but they managed to keep owen farrell, this could have ended his welcome. people are very grateful. i did not see the game. john was making comments that the last england game was kicking heavy understandably, the language has to avoid injury. was that the same upset so many people, but when it as this one? a lot of the game so becomes personal and people's memories are used as well, this is far have involved high tackles. when it starts to hurt. naga, i criticism around the refereeing at this world cup. world rugby issued a statement, unusually at the weekend, think you are absolutely right. that is what people have been saying to to say that there was an issue with me over the last 24 hours in batley, the referees, they were taking a sta nce the referees, they were taking a stance on this and had to take
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in common with people right across action. this would have been a red the country. and, indeed, even people in westminster. the reaction ca rd action. this would have been a red card regardless, to be perfectly honest. thank you both. 6:22. from the debate earlier this week, elderly eu nationals could find angen from the debate earlier this week, anger, despair, anxiety, but this is themselves shut out of the nhs, anger, despair, anxiety, but this is a community that knows about that unable to draw their pensions first hand. because they paid the or even deported after brexit, according to concerns raised ultimate price, the community, the by the charity age uk. only 16% of oap's born constituency itself, and of course on the continent have currently herfamily. registered for settled status, mainly because most are simply unaware of the process and ignorant we will not betray the people... of the implications of not doing so. breakfast‘s jayne mccubbin has more. many of us in this place are subject to death threats and abuse every single day. i have to see, mr speaker, i have never heard such humbug in my life. this week in westminster, as the debate raged, sonia is 84 years old. she has lived mps argued over the murder of one of their own. the best way to honour in the uk for more than six decades. we meet in hospital as she fights their own. the best way to honour the memory ofjo cox and indeed the best way to bring this country cancer and, her husband said, fights together would be, ithink, to for the right to stay in the country after brexit. 65 years, four best way to bring this country together would be, i think, to get brexit done. four years ago, in the same chamber, jo cox's maydena speas children, six grandchildren, spent all her working life in the uk. it's called for unity and understanding.
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the thing that surprises me, time ridiculous. a lapsed dutch passport and time again as a travel around means sonia was told she did not the constituency, is we are far more have the right id to apply for united and have far more in common settled status. that is the legal and that which divides us. the standing all eu nationals have to prophetic words ofjo cox's maydena have to stay in the uk. unable to speech, which resonate now more than ever. “— speech, which resonate now more than ever. —— maiden speech was not travel to london for a new passport, they tell me they have struggled nowhere more than in herformer with a rigid system for almost a year to try to find a solution. with a rigid system for almost a year to try to find a solutionm constituency in yorkshire where i'm is exactly computer says no. we need at her sister kim. there are two to get on with our lives, to be quite honest. getting her home. at important things, joe was killed, home in swansea, photos of a life she was shot and stabbed to death in well lived here. at the clock is history. that is my reality. ok. the second thing is, what we mustn't do ticking for eu nationals like sonja have until december 2020, at least, is use jo's name second thing is, what we mustn't do is usejo's name to silence the debate. because that is the last to apply for settled status. we've thing she would is the last thing i want. you have to find some middle never really regarded ourselves as other than being a british family in ground. he's being held captive by his colleagues... what does like british circumstances. just to prove her right to stay here is, not only that in the commons is heard across the land. if a leader of a country balmy, it's cruel. the home office, uses bad language it affects us, when spoken to us, have said this is because we are the minority here and people think if he can say those quite a simple process. there will things everybody else can say as
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be people who are old, there will be well. the way some of the mps were people who are ill. and it seems to carrying on and the way that they criticise each other is none other mea people who are ill. and it seems to me a compassionate organisation would have actually preplanned than shameful in my view stop byjo processes for dealing with those cox's murder are just a few miles from here, the foundation set up in people effectively. your friends, her name aims to bring communities together. discourse and language are have they applied already?m key areas of concern. we are working people effectively. your friends, have they applied already? if we don't do it before the deadline... to devise a standard of conduct, a the government has given £9 million standard of behaviour that we can get politicians to sign up to. so to charities to help people through the process. really important to get when working on that already. and what i'm pleased to see is the access to the nhs... aftermath of the other evening, people are saying those sorts of the process. really important to get access to the nhs. .. but there is things. this parliament is a dead concern that the elderly, especially, are unable or unwilling to apply, or even unaware that they parliament! this prime minister to need to. people, iwill say, 60 plus talk about morals! passions are are struggling, not really watching running high in westminster, just as they are elsewhere, but when the divisive and inflammatory debate the british media. i think this is spills over there are people here the british media. i think this is the biggest issue here. people are who understand all too well what can literally unaware that they have to do this? exactly, exactly. in fact, happen.
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latest available data shows only 16% batley just waking up of over 65 ‘s have applied for batleyjust waking up this morning. traffic is getting busier, market settled status, half as many of stalls setting up body friday market those who are working age, age uk this morning to stop a couple points see that is a problem. age uk have they wanted to raise about what kim had been saying to me yesterday when sent a red flag to you go saying we spoke, just in the market square this could be a wind rush to. i'm a lwa ys this could be a wind rush to. i'm always pleased to talk to any of the behind me. firstly, she said in a third parties we are working with, strange way it is ironic, really, that this issue has exploded at this there are hundreds of them around there are hundreds of them around the country, because we work with current time, especially as you about 57 different... windrush two. heard her say, as they are trying to change the dialogue, if you like. that piece of work that the think it is a misplaced and bad choice of words. do want to make essentialjo cox foundation is getting going. that is in the midst sure that everybody, including the most vulnerable people in the of being worked through at the country, get their applications and moment. this really shines a light so country, get their applications and so they can get that certainty in on that. in a strange way it might the confirmation about the legal have a positive effect. a watershed position. the government says there moment, perhaps. but then you think are helplines, even home visits for if the murder of an mp on a british the most vulnerable. three days after we met sonja, the home office street isn't a watershed moment, what is? secondly, she said people finally granted her settled status, are scared to talk, scared to talk a process, they said, that would out. the subject is becoming normally only take a couple of days. jayne mccubbin, bbc news. increasingly taboo. she said if it is interesting that the people aren't prepared to talk about these things, even in the streets, even to each other, even in between
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uncertainty of what might happen for communities, then that isn't good so uncertainty of what might happen for so many at the moment, we are all for democracy. back to you. experiencing. touches so many aspects of life. we will try to get communities, then that isn't good for democracy. back to youlj communities, then that isn't good for democracy. back to you. i think lots of people i definitely thinking through them. we will be talking to ha rd lots of people i definitely thinking hard about what is happening at the the health sector later, stockpiling moment. don maguire there. thank and medicines. it is now 27 minutes you. messages coming in as well. past six. it is like sitting next to people on all sides of politics, on the talking clock. more headlines in a moment. first the news, travel, brexit, who are feeling there is language being used and accusations being held around that are causing upset. time now to get the news, and weather... see a second. travel and weather where you are. good morning from bbc london. police investigating a drone attack at gatwick airport say they are no closer to finding good morning from bbc london. the people responsible. flights were suspended for 30 hours after the drone sightings in december, causing chaos for 140,000 passengers. sussex police ruled out a police watchdog believes more 96 people of interest, and say — without new information — than a third of the met police force there are "no further realistic lines of inquiry at this time". do not have the correct vetting and says more must be done to prevent sexual predators from signing up. the report from the inspectorate of constabulary includes officers as well as non—front line staff. it's believed more than a third the met says it's increasing
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of the metropolitan police force the size of its vetting team to cope do not have the correct vetting, with the large number according to a police watchdog. the report from the inspectorate of constabulary includes officers of new recruits. as well as non—front line staff and contractors and says all forces police investigating a drone attack must do more to root at gatwick airport say they are no out sexual predators. the met says it's increasing closer to finding the people responsible. the size of its vetting team—to cope flights were suspended for 30 hours after the drone sightings with the large number in december, causing chaos for thousands of passengers. sussex police ruled out 96 people of interest, of new recruits. and say without new information there are "no further realistic lines of inquiry at this time". a somali community centre in north a somali community centre in north london, which was destroyed london, which was destroyed in an arson attack six years in an arson attack six years ago, has been rebuilt — ago, has been rebuilt — and with the support and with the support of the localjewish community. of the localjewish community. the blaze which gutted the building the blaze which gutted the building was treated as a hate crime was treated as a hate crime and the letters edl were found and the letters edl were found written on the building. written on the building. last night, celebrations were held last night, celebrations were held to open a new centre in finchley. to open a new centre in finchley. muslim worshippers have been muslim worshippers have been welcomed to the local synagogue during the rebuild. welcomed to the local synagogue thousands of knives during the rebuild. donated to a charity they had faith in us, have been melted down to create despite us being muslim, a new outdoor gym in lambeth. they were like, wow, the charity steel warriors we are the same people like you. are aiming to take seized it meant a lot. and surrendered weapons and create at least it meant we are not losing a series of gyms across the capital the community and we are not losing this one is in ruskin park. it hopes it will boost faith and things are still running and things are happening.
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let's take a look at health and well—being. the travel situation now. the tube is running well so far. no reported problems on any let's take a look at of those lines there. the travel situation now. south western railway lines the tube is running well so far—no between hounslow and barnes bridge reported problems on any are still blocked after of those lines there. yesterday's circuit failure. south western railway lines services on the weybridge between hounslow and barnes bridge and waterloo line are diverted via twickenham. are still blocked after yesetrday‘s circuit failure— services on the weybridge and waterloo line are diverted via twickenham. there's been an accident in highgate, swains lane is blocked near highgate cemetery. and we have the usual rush hour problems on the a13. this is how it looks heading and it'll be no surprise to hear westbound out of dagenham into barking. the blackwall tunnel is busy now the weather with northbound — you can see it's slow elizabeth rizzini. back to the woolwich road flyover. now the weather with elizabeth rizzini. hello, good morning. hello, good morning. it makes a nice change this week to say it is a dry it makes a nice change this week or mostly dry start to the day. to say that it's a dry or mostly dry there is some early brightness out start to the day. there, some morning sunshine, and there's some early brightness out there, some morning sunshine, then, true to form, through the late and then, true to form, morning into the afternoon it is through the late morning that you turn better when here once into the afternoon it is set to turn more. it's also feeling a bit cooler wet and windy here once more. thanit more. it's also feeling a bit cooler it's also feeling a bit cooler than it has been in recent days. already a cooler the start of the than it has been in recent days. morning. the cloud will thicken from already a cooler
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the west eventually will see some showers was their way eastward, some start of the morning. of them heavy at the almost together the cloud will thicken from the west to form what will feel like longer and eventually we'll see some showers was their way eastward, spells of rain was the end of the some of them heavy at the almost day and then some brightness right together to form what will feel at the end of the afternoon, after like longer spells of rain that weather front has worked was the end of the day and then some through. there will be some strong, brightness right at the end gusty winds on it for a time, too. of the afternoon, after that weather front has swept through. amberjust lower than gusty winds on it for a time, too. amber just lower than they have been, just 17 or 18 celsius. an there'll be some strong, gusty winds on it for a time, too. temperatures just lower overnight tonight it's a bill than they have been, kollar, there will be a few showers just 17 or 18 celsius. then overnight tonight it's a bit around, it also some good, clears sales as well. temperatures ten or cooler, there will be a few showers around, but also some good, 11 degrees celsius. tomorrow, a clears skies as well. temperatures generally down fairly decent day of weather. we to around ten or 11 degrees celsius. tomorrow, a fairly should see some early brightness. to decent day of weather. be mostly dry, turning very wet and we should see some early brightness. it will be mostly dry, very windy on saturday night into turning very wet and very windy on saturday night into sunday. sunday. that's it for now. i'll be back in around half an hour. that's it for now, i'll be back now i'll hand you back in around half an hour, to naga and jon. bye for now. and there's plenty more news travel and weather on our website at the usual address bbc.co.uk/london— or on bbc radio london. now i'll hand you back to naga and jon. bye for now.
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hello this is breakfast withjon kay and naga munchetty. hello, this is breakfast withjon kay and naga munchetty. we'll bring you all the latest news here's a summary of this morning's and sport in a moment, main stories from bbc news: but also on breakfast this morning. more than 100 bishops we'll be joined by three and archbishops have signed a letter sisters who were all diagnosed saying the tone of the brexit debate with cancer within 15 months has become "unacceptable" — of each other. they've taken part in a pioneering and calling for more respect. the intervention follows angry nhs project, which they hope scenes in the house of commons will lead to early after the supreme court treatment for others. ruled the suspension as prince harry prepares of parliament was unlawful. to retrace his mother's symbolic minefield walk in angola, we'll be talking about what drives him to continue diana's work. meanwhile the former prime minister, sirjohn major, has suggested borisjohnson could try to bypass the benn act — the law requiring him to ask the eu for a brexit extension. in a speech last night, sirjohn said he feared the government would suspend the bill until after the 31st from buck rogers to bargain hunt, of october, when the uk is already feeder will be here to tell us set to leave the eu. about their brand new album, last night the chairman and how they celebrated 25 years of the conservative party, james cleverly, was asked in the business with a guest if the government would rule out appearance on their favourite going against parliament. daytime tv show. good morning, here's what i'm not going to do is i'm not a summary of today's main stories from bbc news: going to talk through how the government intends
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to discharge its business, knowing full well that there are a whole load of people who will try and distort every more than 100 bishops procedure we have in british politics to try to prevent that. and archbishops have signed a letter saying the tone of the brexit debate the government's preparations has become unacceptable to ensure supplies of vital medicines and equipment for the nhs and calling for more respect. are not disrupted in the event the intervention follows angry scenes in the house of a no—deal brexit have been strongly criticised. of commons after the supreme court the national audit office says ruled the suspension there is still a significant of parliament was unlawful. amount of work to do before meanwhile the former the brexit deadline of october 31st. prime minister, sirjohn major, has suggested borisjohnson the department for health and social care says it wants could try to bypass the benn act — to reassure patients it's doing everything it can to make sure the law requiring him to ask the eu they can access the for a brexit extension. in a speech last night, medicines they need. sirjohn said he feared the government would suspend in the last half hour, the bill until after the 31st prince harry has arrived in angola of october, when the uk is already set to leave the eu. to retrace the steps of his mother, princess diana — last night the chairman by walking through of the conservative party, a former minefield. james cleverly, was asked the prince met staff if the government would rule out going against parliament. from a landmine charity and chatted to members of the community. what i am not going to do is i am he'll later talk about the importance of de—mining — not going to talk through how the just as his mother did back in 1997 government intends to discharge its — and follow in her footsteps. business. i know full well there are her work spurred a global people trying to stalled every procedure we have in politics, to try to prevent that.
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the government's preparations to ensure supplies of vital medicines and equipment for the nhs are not disrupted in the event campaign to ban landmines. of a no—deal brexit have been strongly criticised. the national audit office says there is still a significant amount of work to do before the brexit deadline of october 31st. the department for health and social care says it wants landmines are an unhealed scar of to reassure patients it's doing everything it can to make sure war. by clearing the landmines, we they can access the can help this community find peace medicines they need. and with peace comes opportunity. the whistleblower that claimed the white house tried to cover up the whistleblower that claimed details of a damning telephone the white house tried to cover up conversation between donald trump details of a damning and the president of telephone conversation, ukraine, is a cia officer. between donald trump and the president of ukraine, according us reports, is a cia officer. the unnamed officer once worked according us reports, in the white house. the unnamed officer once worked in the white house. it's been alleged that during a call mr trump pushed volodymyr zelensky it's been alleged that during a call mr trump pushed volodymyr zelensky to investigate joe biden, one of the frontrunners hoping to investigate joe biden, to challenge him in next year's one of the frontrunners hoping presidential election. to challenge him in next year's presidential election. a british couple in their 70s have beenjailed in portugal for drug smuggling on a cruise ship. a british tanker seized roger and susan clarke, who are both by iranian troops is preparing
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72, were caught last year to leave the port where it's been detained sincejuly, while attempting to smuggle nine according to its owners. kilograms of cocaine, with a street the stena impero was detained value of a million pounds. by iran's revolutionary guards for alleged marine violations two weeks after britain seized an iranian tanker off the territory of gibraltar. let's get the latest now the swiss city of geneva and its surrounding areas have been plunged into darkness overnight. from our reporter andy moore. it's to try to raise awareness about light pollution, which stops us from seeing the night sky and stars properly. this is the steno impero, the environmentalists have also warned of the danger of light pollution to nocturnal animals and plants. british flagged tanker that was detained and has been there ever since. seven nonessential numbers of its crew were released earlier this month, leaving 16 crew on board, a are you one of those people whose heart sinks when you realise mixture of indians, russians and one you're sitting next to a child or a crying baby on a flight? filipino. i have speaking ad spoken if you admit you are, everyone is to the company, stena bulk and they just going to think you are not a very nice person. well, one firm may have found the solution. said they are preparing to leave. one marine trucking website — make japan airlines has introduced a feature on its online seat booking system that shows where young children are seated with the use marine tracking website says it is of a child icon.
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still stationary. —— marine tracking website. they repeated that it could be a work of genius. however, the airline warned statement it is repairing to leave. the tool was not foolproof, as the icon might not appear if a ticket was booked through a third party or if there was a last—minute change of aircraft. that it was detained as retaliation for a job bolter bound tank being detained. —— gibraltar. if it has i think ithinka i think a lot of people will appreciate that. how to get the been released and is shortly on its way, it will be welcomed, i think, by the international community and will present a lowering of tension in the area. a british couple in their 70s holdback of the plane to yourself? a have beenjailed in portugal for drug smuggling on a cruise ship. baby. that is the trick, pretend to roger and susan have a child so people avoid sitting clarke, who are both 72, were caught last year while attempting to smuggle nine kilograms of cocaine, with a street near you. she will have a doll in value of a million pounds. her arms. you will be having no—one
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sitting near you for a very different reason then. holly is here with the sport. it all starts in the blistering heat in doha this afternoon. so hot in fact that the women's marathon will begin if you think about tokyo being next at midnight local time. year and the preparations having to start. this late in the day as well. if you are trying to get a top time notjust this in arrays, it is probably the last start. this late in the day as well. not just this late start. this late in the day as well. notjust this late in the year. they will be running in the middle of the place you would to go. night! they will be very grateful for that if you talk about the temperatures. it will be 40 degrees dina asher smith begins her bid at least so even though the marathon to win three medals will be starting at midnight, it is when she runs the 100 metres heats tomorrow. the triple european champion still around 30 degrees. i don't is favourite for the 200 metres, think we will be getting many tvs in and a vital part of the british four x 100m relay team. so no pressure then. the blistering heat in doha. it all starts in the blistering heat in doha this afternoon. so hot in fact that the women's marathon will begin at midnight local time. dina asher smith begins her it is something that is nice and bid to win three gold medals when she runs the 100 something that is refreshing, they metres heats tomorrow. the triple european champion is favourite for the 200 metres, are going out there and say no, we and a vital part of the british 4 x 100m relay team. expect you to do xy and z. i think and the pressure, it it is nice. seems, doesn't worry her. essex won cricket's county championship title for the second
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time in three years. they secured the draw they needed it's something that's nice against somerset at taunton. and i think it's something that's in a topsy turvy match, refreshing, as a british sprinter, somerset eventually needed to take as a female british sprinter, i should say, they're going out 10 second innings wickets with only there and just like, a few hours of the game remaining. no, we expect you to do x, y and z. i think it's nice, i think it's nice they didn't so the match was drawn and essex could to see the gb somewhere hopefully in the finals, smiling. begin their celebrations. essex won cricket's county championship title for the second time in three years. glasgow city ladies and wsl champions arsenal are both through to the last 16 of the women's champions league. arsenal beat fiorentina 2—0 in their second leg to progress they secured the draw they needed 6—0 on aggregate. against somerset at taunton. despite conceding a goal early on, in a topsy turvy match, glasgow scored four somerset eventually needed to take against chertanova, including this great strike from rachel mclauchan 10 second innings wickets with only to make it through 5—1 on aggregate. a few hours of the game remaining. the draw for the last 16 they didn't so the match was drawn and essex could begin their celebrations. everyone putting the shift over six takes place on monday. months to win a league, it is a huge effort and to create ——it is a bury‘s hopes of returning to the football league straight credit to summerset for pushing us. away are over. a vote of the efl‘s other 71 clubs rejected a proposal for them it isa credit to summerset for pushing us. to to be readmitted it is a great feeling. to league two next season. bury, who were in league one,
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were expelled in august glasgow city ladies and wsl following the collapse champions arsenal are both through to the last 16 of the women's champions league. arsenal beat fiorentina 2—0 of a late takeover bid. in their second leg to progress 6—0 on aggregate. despite conceding a goal early on, england head coach eddiejones glasgow scored 4 against chertanova, admits the hard work starts now including this great strike after victories over tonga from rachel mclauchan and the united states to make it through 5—1 on aggregate. at the rugby world cup injapan. the draw for the last 16 england ran in seven tries again the usa in kobe yesterday to make it 2 bonus point winning takes place on monday victories from 2 games, joe cokanasiga scoring twice bury‘s hopes of returning in the 45—7 thrashing, to the football league straight but the win was marred away are over. by a dangerous tackle a vote of the efl‘s other 71 clubs on owen farrell near the end rejected a proposal for them of the game byjohn quill to to be readmitted who was swiftly sent off — to league two next season. although farrell managed to play on. bury, who were in league one, were expelled in august england still have to play france, following the collapse but it's argentina next, a week tomorrow. of a late takeover bid. england head coach eddiejones admits the hard work starts now after victories over tonga we understand they are going to be and the united states at the rugby world cup injapan. playing for their life and they are england ran in seven tries again the usa in kobe yesterday passionate proud, rugby country. to make it 2 bonus point winning what is going to be important is victories from 2 games, joe cokanasiga scoring twice that we match their passion and then in the 45—7 thrashing,
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but the win was marred we play with a fair bit of control by a dangerous tackle on owen farrell near the end of the game byjohn quill who was swiftly sent off — and smarts about the game. they are although farrell managed to play on. england still have to play france, and smarts about the game. they are but it's argentina next, a difficult team to beat and we a week tomorrow. understand that. after winning his first tour level match since january, andy murray has been knocked out of the zhuhai open in china. the three time grand slam winner was beaten 2 sets to one in the last 16 by australia's world number 31 alex de minaur. we understand they are going to be playing for their life and they are passionate proud, rugby country. salford are one match what is going to be important away from their first is that we match their passion super league grand final after beating castleford in the playoffs. and then we play with their elimination semi final a fair bit of control was completely one sided with and smarts about the game. salford in control throughout. they are a difficult jackson hastings rounding team to beat and we off their 22—0 win understand that. with their third try of the match. salford will play the loser of tonight's game between wigan and st helens for a place well, ireland play their 2nd match on saturday in the grand final. and scotland monday, wales play australia on sunday and coach warren gatland has named an unchanged starting side to the one that beat georgia in their first match. now then, golf‘s dunhill just one change in the replacements links championship pairs the golfers with the stars. — owen watkin coming in instead the pro—am event is played of leigh halfpenny. over three courses — captain alun wyn jones will win his 130th cap, st andrews, carnoustie making him the most capped
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and kingsbarns. justin timberla ke went round with england'sjustin rose with the singer showing he's wales player of all time. no slouch with clubs. they finished the first day on four under. it is incredible. imagine doing so great shot. it looked like they were well in this world cup. another huge well in this world cup. another huge pretty in sync there. well done! we can stop scotland on monday. japan didn't make easy work of the first match. you need the host as we've been hearing this morning, the whistleblower that claimed country... you don't want to see a the white house tried to cover up all records of a call between donald trump repeat of what england did. that was and the ukrainian president has been revealed as a cia agent. a long time ago! we have moved on. so how serious is this we are like goldfish. you know you row for donald trump? let's speak to the political analyst talk about the heat and the dry heat eric ham who's in washington for us this morning. in doha, compare and contrast. sarah can tell us what it will be like in thank you forjoining us. we are the uk this weekend. good morning. trying to keep track of this from dry and heat are not words we will
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this side of the atlantic. what do be using lots during this forecast. you make of what is going on and how we have a bit of everything phone into the weather over the next few serious is this for donald trump? days. it is very unsettled with low this is very serious. if you go back pressure in charge was not today a day of sunny spells and heavy, to when nancy pelosi, the speaker of blustery showers and thunderstorms. we see more rain and some strong the house, announced that she is opening and impeachment inquiry to winds. there will be dry interludes the president, you had 130 house democrats that supported the in the weather but low pressure is driving our weather today, sitting out to the west of scotland, pushing inquiry. a fast forward and now there are over 225 members of its way east. lots of heavy showers on the map and they will be moving congress that actually support this from west to east. northern parts of england into wales, scotland, seeing impeachment inquiry. this is moving the heavy showers and thunderstorms. very fast and we're getting new reports the house is expected to they will be rattling eastward through the day. nowhere is immune actually bring articles of impeachment by as early as november. to catching those heavy showers and gusty winds, especially through the we are talking about little less than eight weeks from now on we english channel stop breezy could see the house actually vote on conditions here. it will feel cooler in recent days so 14—18. still heavy the historic move to in pre——— impeached the sitting president. and showers as we move into the evening. great confidence among democrats but they will slowly go to east overnight. the net —— next batch of what is the public mood? the latest
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rain moves into north—west england as we start the day on saturday. with all the cloud, showers and breeze blowing, too, it will be a morning poll shows there is a rise mild night, dipping into double in support for impeachment. that number is up seven points to 43% and figures into —— single figures into parts of scotland. it will be more it actually includes, surprisingly, a number of republicans. member, ofa parts of scotland. it will be more of a player later in the day. we president donald trump is —— start saturday with some shower and enjoying some of the guest emperor rain. actually quite a lot of dry weather with sunshine in the store —— approval ratings among his base but we are seeing an uptick of for much of the day. it is later in the afternoon that we see the rain arriving in the south—west of almost five points from republicans who believe that the president did england and wales and the winds are strengthening here. into saturday do something wrong and should be impeached for it. there is growing night, that is where the low support not only on the street but pressure becomes more of a within the halls of congress over this issue facing president donald troublemaker, moving across southern parts of england and wales initially trump. it is a complicated issue, and then heading eastward through isn't it, about this phone call and the night. strong, gusty winds. who intercepted it and how it was later in the afternoon, we could see logged and who then blew the the gusts reaching about 60 mph as whistle. but very simply explained to us what is the theory here about the gusts reaching about 60 mph as the low pressure moves towards the east. some heavy rain, gusty winds, what the president could have done wrong? the theory is that the moving eastwards. later in the president had sought to handicap the afternoon, a bit more sunshine
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reappears but in all deliveries philip cooler. these are the gusts 2020 election by getting dirt on one of wind we will see even in the of his political opponents using a evening because of —— feel a bit foreign leader to do so and withholding appropriations, only that the us congress had already assigned to the ukraine as a result cooler. with the northerly breeze, of that. that is illegal. many see things are turning cooler later on. to summarise the weekend, saturday that as blackmail and of course the is probably the better day for most president is now being taken to task places. the winds pick up overnight for it by congress. the thing about to bring us heavy rain and strong donald trump, as we have seen so gusty winds during sunday. it looks like the unsettled theme continues much before he was elected, since he into next week with further showers has elected, very often, when he is for monday and tuesday and you will backed against the wall and has start to notice, those temperatures people coming for him, he can will start to feel a bit colder, somehow turn it into a rise in too. we will see you later, sarah. popularity. you can claim that he is doing the right thing and people will flock to his support, in the past. could this happen again or is in the space ofjust three months, he running out of luck? we are three sisters have been diagnosed seeing the president actually used with cancer. and now they found out that very playbook in this growing why. sandra, mary, and kerry lloyd crisis. however, this issue is a were among the first to take part
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in a study to map out little bit more black and white and their entire genome. a little bit more easy to discern by after three years of waiting, scientists have discovered the cause for two of them is a mutated gene. voters tha n a little bit more easy to discern by voters than the mueller probe. remember, we didn't hearfrom robert theyjoin us now with their sibling muller and we didn't even know what he was investigating. however, now bethan, who also carries the gene, we have a national transcript where alongside drjulian barwell, a consultant in clinical genetics. the president is speaking to a foreign leader, seeking dirt on a welcome. political opponent and that is an easy line for many people to let me talk to the for review to understand and that is why you see start with. ——4. sandra, that start congress moving at such a fast pace with this impeachment and right now you are seeing notjust the with the awful blow of one after the president but many of his closest other review. the space ofjust a supporters, namely william barr, on few months, discovering that you had breast cancer, just as a family, how the hills, working out how they are did that hit you? it was going to fight this. thank you eric devastating, really hard, just ham forjoining us from washington. devastating, really hard, just devastating to me just couldn't believe it. when it happened over a period of 15 months to you three, it is certainly turning. sarah can tell us more. you have a rainbow for
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us. tell us more. you have a rainbow for us. good morning. good morning to what point did it get to carry and you. lots of rainbows to be spotted through the course of the weekend. we have mixed, unsettled weather. it you said hold on, something isn't is the time of year, in the quite right. it was strange. and sunshine, when you go about it can feel warm and pleasant, but also some torrential downpours, what could you have done about it? thunderstorms and gusty winds at what did you do? times. to summarise us today. sunny spells, heavy, blustery showers, and luckily enough, through bethan we some thunderstorms, too. the present judge of our weather. it is setting met up with julian. are you all ok? out was the west of scotland at the moment. this area of low pressure will be drifting eastwards across northern parts of the uk. it is julian, this is where you pick up the story. because when you have further south we will see the heavy showers and strong winds. this morning, having downpours for northern ireland, parts of three instances, in a family, four south—west scotland, north—west sisters, you're going to ask questions. what answers could you england. heavy showers pushing into offer the seller we had already done wales late in the day and to the some genetic testing in the family. south—east of that also some showers. we will be seeing winds overall, in fact, six months of the family had been infected with breast gusting around 40 mph, particularly cancer. we looked for the genes, along south—west england, the south which are very high risk. those are coast as well. it will be feeling a little cooler than recent days. 14— the ones, most people, angelina 18 degrees out there today. the jolie, had a double mastectomy
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because she was carrying that gene. first batch of showers slowly clears away from the east as we have that is the one people have heard written note. more showers working of. yes. we had done further testing from the west. a soggy start to saturday morning, particularly for in two of the family members to find northern ireland, parts of southern other genes as well stop but when we scotland, and north—west england. included the lloyd family and the most of us still in double figures project we identified in two of them overnight. quite mild with the breeze, the cloud, and the showery a change in a nullagine, another range. during saturday, the first area of low pressure klister the breast cancer susceptibility gene. so this gives you new insight into east. then we have another area of low pressure moving in from the west later in the day. a bit of showery how genetics can affect or trigger ran across northern england, in particular, through the morning. quite a lot of dry weather on the breast cancer? absolutely. this is about personalising treatment in the cards for saturday. some sunshine on longer term. so we are in a bethan offer. temperatures up to about 19 better position now for people like degrees in the warmer spots. most of to work out if they are at risk. and us degrees in the warmer spots. most of us in the mid to high teens. we will from there you can start to do see the rain arriving late on things like prevent or detect breast saturday, courtesy of this area of cancer at an early stage. so, low pressure arriving in the south—west, wringing some bethan, tell us your part in this, persisting, heavy rain and some so bethan, tell us your part in this, so to speak. you do carry this strong winds, especially on the southern edge of that low pressure —— bringing in some. less windy mutation, is that the correct phrase to you use? but you haven't had here. gusev went 50 mph. later in breast cancer. had been given any the afternoon, they could touch 60
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indication if you should be more mph —— gusty winds. plenty of heavy showers on sunday, especially across mindful so you are fine. you have a england and wales. showers later in clea n mindful so you are fine. you have a clean bill of health. yes, i have. the day arriving across scotland and northern ireland. strongest of the winds will be towards the south, you have been told not to worry? there is an increased risk. there is around 40 — 45 mph inland, strong around 40 — 45 mph inland, strong around the coast. it will start to the option for women like bethan to feel cool on sunday as well as we see the winds turning to a more think about preventative surgery. northerly direction. 13— 18 degrees there is also the wider family to as we move through sunday. lots of consider. her children can now come to the hospital and have a chat and weather happening. sunshine and a some counselling to see if they are at risk. sandra, how important has few showers. watch out for heavy it been for you as sisters, is a rain and gales on sunday. there widerfamily, to it been for you as sisters, is a wider family, to get it been for you as sisters, is a widerfamily, to get some kind of could be some flooding issues, explanation what is going on for especially around the coast. looking u nsettled especially around the coast. looking unsettled into next week, not quite what you have been in a situation. it is important. wejust as wet and windy. you will notice what you have been in a situation. it is important. we just wanted to the temperature start to dip down with the potential for night—time know, sales of, why ask, why so frosts through next week. thank you very much indeed. for lots of people many, and julian has helped us with that. and they have got this it is hard enough to find love out there. not like you and me... explanation, it is a complex genetic explanation, it is a complex genetic
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explanation, which do non— laughter. scientist, i don't really understand it. but you have some sort of i couldn't resist! we talked about answer, what comfort doesn't give scammers all the time. now these you? for me, personally, with julian disgusting people are targeting telling me that i carry the gene, i those who just simply want to find a can now move on and hopefully have bit of happiness. more and more. surgery to prevent, you know, coming people who are looking for love online, lots of people who are now, back. is that your plan? i think... identify a while, are increasingly being taken in by scammers. the bbc spoke to one woman, elspet, who iam back. is that your plan? i think... i am saying my oncologist next month and eye will see what he says and lives in the west country, she met a have a word with him, take advice from him. these are big decisions. man, brian, on an app. it was ex— marie, tell us about u four as a family, obviously this would have brought you together, anyway, you have something in common —— would military. he said he needed about £10,000 to move back to england, it have something in common —— would have brought you four. the support was only after she sent him £10,000 that she realised he was a we have offered each other and also fraudster. that is quite a typical from our widerfamily case. they are looking for we have offered each other and also from our wider family has we have offered each other and also from our widerfamily has really vulnerable people on these sites. been tremendous. and really helped women are more susceptible, to get us through this. and i think statistically, they gain their trust and take their money or steal their also, with this genetic testing and identity. this is a growing problem, with it being identified within our family, it means that the younger as we know. last year there were more than 4500 reported incidents of
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romance scams. each of the victims generation can also be tested. and thatis generation can also be tested. and that is obviously what you are so concerned about. and also lost around £11,000. figures from preventative measures can be put in for them. and i think with the the banking trade body, uk finance, shows in the first top of this year advances of this diagnosis, because it is far more accurate than the the number of reported cases went up by 64%. more people are dating machines or gps, if you can identify online but proportionally the number of cases is going up as well. the that gene and your preventative work there... talking about the wider majority are women. in the key thing family support, it must have been people are saying is don't rush into some kind of comfort and support you these things. it sounds really have three of you going through it obvious. talk to your friends and family about people you have met at the same time, being able to online. and for goodness sake don't understand exactly what one and give money over until you are other had. we sort of lifted each certain who that person is. always other. there were days when maybe check the profile of the person in mary would be down or carry and we would go round and help them and talk them through it and do what we an online relationship, run their name, their profile picture. could. but it was a tremendous help, commonly used phrases, run that through your search engines. also because like you say, they know run that the phrase "dating scam". exactly how we felt. we could talk talk through your dating choices to you for a very long time. one with your friends and family. if you thing i want to say, good luck with
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do meet up with someone, let your your surgery to all of you as well. friends and family know where you're going and who you are going to meet. thank you so much for coming in and and please, please, please do not talking to us. and thank you, dr pa rt and please, please, please do not part with any money, do not hand over your bank account details, do not send money abroad and really dig julian barwell, talking to us. and thank you, dr julian ba rwell, as talking to us. and thank you, dr julian barwell, as well. the discovery will offer people hope, but lots of questions as well. i into the detail of the profile of suppose the thing is to just keep that individual. and if you do or talking to your gp. talk to your doctor if you have a strong family you have a new lost money, can you history of breast cancer. even if get that? the problem is, because genetic testing has taken place in the past, it may be possible that you have given this money willingly, you have given this money willingly, further tests could take place. this you have given this money willingly, you have shared your bank details, you have shared your bank details, you have shared your bank details, you have given it to this person, it isa further tests could take place. this is a good demonstration of the nhs isa you have given it to this person, it is a bank's discretion whether to give it back. last year was working with families. and we would like to thank all of our patients. it also with the university as well. estimated £8 million was given to scammers in the space of six months and three dating apps, only £500,000 sandra, bethan mary, , it also with the university as well. sandra, bethan mary,, carry, thank you very much. —— khairy. was given back. elspet said she felt really depressed and humiliated because of it. there's a big problem wildflowers on road verges are one of the last remaining refuges and people need to take care. all of for many birds and bugs, according this, the reason we are talking to a national conservation charity. plantlife is urging councils to give about this. it is because match .com flowers time to grow, and to cut back on mowing verges to save both plants and animals.
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has been found to be not as vigilant lets cross now to our reporter tim muffett, who is at a verge about scammers, knowing there were in bangorfor us this morning, tim. scammers on the outcome in the us. how did you feel when you are being fraudulent people using the app was told that you are being sent to a grass verge? i am in north wales. we seeking relationships with people and they were robots or people after their details. they have been accused of not being vigilant enough for people who had not yet signed up are admiring some beautiful views, i will have you know. look at this to the apps, a kind of fishing grass verge. there are more than 300,000 miles of grass verge is running alongside uk roads. they expedition. it could cost them tens of millions of dollars. right. huge don't quite lookjust pleasant, they numbers. and it is people putting play a huge role for the flora and the heart and soul out there looking fauna. they support 700 species of for happiness. it is really sad. thank you. we are going to cheer you flour. some people say they are being cut too often and at the wrong up. time of year. trevor, let me when the world athletics championships get underway in doha today — with britain's biggest medal hopes lying with dina asher—smith. you went, you are a specialist the sprinter is going for gold sin botanist. what are we doing wrong? the 100 metre, 200 metre and four—by—100 relay race. we've been catching up with her. we are cutting them too early and too frequently. we want lesson later. that gives a chance for the
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wildflowers to bloom and said their seeds. at the moment we are seeing a rain of seeds coming down into the villages. and if we are delaying the dina asher—smith, is she going to cutting until august or september, get there on the line?! i think she that gives a chance for the flowers to do their bit. it is also good for is! talking about i am going to peak late pollinators, the bees and butterflies that need the late feast in september, i will picken of nectar. many councils cut them september, the wells are in september, the wells are in september, obviously able peak in four times a year. what do you say? september. earlier in the people did not believe me. one across the line it was like yes, fabulous, to, happy we say twice a year, august or me. then i remembered it was a september, the first cutlet in the diamond league. obviously, as any air, and if you need to another one in the spring —— cut late in the. it athlete, we are going to pick for is between april and august you need the championship. that is what we're to let the flowers do their thing. here for. at the limbic games, that what kind of thing do you find in a is where will do our thing. and so, roadside verge? you will be familiar hopefully, the world championships will be a good offer me —— olympic games. looking at doha, you are with the daisies, the lovely blue flower, that is quite rare, that is doubling up, you are featuring in the relay. the fitness required for the only food planned for a butterfly. we estimate if we do the that, i sure you not underestimated that. they have been putting me through my paces for a long time to guidelines on the entire road verge
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network we could bring 400 billion flowers back into the countryside. prepare for this. when we came off london 2017 and we went into thank you very much. it is amazing training for 18 that is when we made the decision that my next world championships we were dubler. to be the variety of flowers you do get fair, that is the kind of day period here. notjust the variety of flowers you do get here. not just pla ntlife the variety of flowers you do get here. notjust plantlife charity, you need to develop the strength to but other organisations, highways be able put together six litres standard sprint races in the england, natural england as well, championship and then recover and go and organisations in scotland's me ntally championship and then recover and go mentally and physically be ready for wales, northern ireland, they are being told to rethink what they do with their roadside verges. do we the relay. so we have been preparing have permission to leave our lawns on mode as well, maybe? no. nice try for a very long time. that is why the decision to double up is not what they have taken lightly, it is not a flippant decision, it is though —— unknown. something we have worked towards the past something we have worked towards the pa st two something we have worked towards the on mode as well, maybe? no. nice try though -- unknown. iwas looking past two years. you have been really on mode as well, maybe? no. nice try though -- unknown. i was looking for an excuse. courageous, is the word i'm going to as more of us try and do our bit use, because you haven't shied away from racing against any of the top to tackle climate change, so—called green energy girls. how has that been mentally, companies and tariffs stepping on the track and knowing are becoming more popular. but are they all they've cracked up to be? nina's looking into this one for us. you have to bring a game every nina? single time? i think it's been really good for me mentally, the answer is no they are not. we're actually. they have this thing in my training group when i am going to go and raise. and they ask you why you talking about greenwashing. that is raising? everybody, every week, energy companies are alleged to be misleading customers aboutjust how everybody, everybody. no excuses, green the green energy tariffs are.
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run as fast as you can deal with the we talk to result. especially when going into the world championships, you never know what will happen. the fact that i have kind of done that and had the practice on the circuit this year, rik smith, an energy think it'll do me well the world expert from the company uswitch. championships. dina asher-smith people seeing 100% renewable, it is takes the title! a new british a dealmakerfor them. record, she has done it again? when people seeing 100% renewable, it is a dealmaker for them. it people seeing 100% renewable, it is a dealmakerfor them. it is fair to you speak about sprinting in the uk, assume it is coming from renewable sources. the important thing to men or women coming on and comes remember is where something is first. we know you are keen to marked as 100% renewable, the directed away from you. do you sometimes feel like, ok, i'm feeling electricity has been much, at the now, a little bit of a weight of very least by renewable generation. in terms of any national grid, what expectation? weirdly enough they everyone is remember is the wire don't. think it is because a tune that you have got into your house out of social media, because they have been very clear what my arms up isn't going to be unplugged from a for this season. and we don't really gas power station and plugged into a windmill by switching your energy publicly disclosed that until supply. the national grid and the afterwards. and that is deliberately to control expectation, because electrons are all the same in the everybody is so supportive and they flow from the generation sources, are so everybody is so supportive and they are so like wanting you to do well, which may be out in the north sea, to your home, one way or another. but sometimes they kind of get you are funding green energy, but caught up and they will throw things indirectly. that's right. we go back and they will start to spiral a new will be like hold on a second, my to what happens when you buy a
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aim was to do this, but you will say renewable energy tariffs at home. there are effectively three ways in this, and gets a bit of control. which you can end up buying know i always keep my aims and my renewable energy. the first way is personal goals and what i think i can do close to my chest. it is where the energy supplier has themselves got some windmills something that is nice to think it awesome solar panels in the fields. is something refreshing, a british female sprinter they are going out and they themselves generated and there and they expect you to do x, sell it you as a customer. nice and y, z. straightforward. an alternative is there and they expect you to do x, y, 2. it is good to see the gigabits best, hopefully, in the finals, that the energy supplier has got relationships with those who do own smiling. so it's very nice, it's the windmills or the solar panels in very nice. the windmills or the solar panels in the fields and seller directly to you. what happens there is the she is such an impressive woman, electricity comes with a isn't she? dina asher—smith, go for certificate, which is a guarantee it. good luck to her and all the has been generated by renewable electricity. that is passed on to you as a customer. everyone is happy team. it feels like we have been you as a customer. everyone is happy waiting for these championships for you have some renewable generation. ages. good luck in the heat as well. coverage starts on bbc 2 those two ways is how people will think of a renewable energy deal. at 1:45 this afternoon. is nearly seven o'clock. prince there is also a third way. the third way is where the renewable harry is going to be retracing his generation happens, but that actually guarantee of green energy has been split from the electricity mother ‘s minefield walk in angola. and is separately sold on a we have got these pictures come secondary market in order to help effectively demonstrate that the
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alive. this is live in angola this electricity being sold to a customer morning. you see prince harry, just has been matched by renewable to the left of the centre there, generation. even though your getting his briefing. it is no electricity could come from coal or longer a minefield. it has been totally cleared since his mother was gas, you are in some ways funding there. this is a very symbolic and renewable energy. people will say does it make a difference and should poignant moment for him. absolutely. we be buying these 100% renewable and the picture of princess diana labels if it is not exactly that? the thing to remember is buying a and those minefield that started the action to read as much land as renewable energy tariff you are demonstrating to the market that there is appetite and demand these possible of minefields and the green energy deals. that is the thing that will send the signal to terrible injuries that come as a the market that there is greater result. we will keep you up—to—date appetite and demand and a need for with that trip. but first you need more renewable energy in the uk. ok, to find out what is happening where you are this morning. we will see you are this morning. we will see you at seven o'clock. many thanks. which have said it is up many thanks. which have said it is up to you, talk to your supplier, good morning from bbc london, i'm sonja jessup. it's believed more than a third ask them if the sources are of the metropolitan police force renewable. you may have to pay a do not have the correct vetting, little more. that does apply the according to a police watchdog. pressure and we will all try to the report from the inspectorate traina pressure and we will all try to train a little green a. it certainly of constabulary includes officers doesn't. thank you very much. we as well as non—front line staff and contractors and says all forces will renew the news headlines for must do more to root you shortly. out sexual predators. time now to get the news, the met says it's increasing the size of its vetting team to cope travel and weather where you are. with the large number good morning from bbc london.
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of new recruits. a police watchdog believes more than a third of the met police force police investigating a drone attack have not been properly vetted— at gatwick airport say they are no and says more must be done closer to finding the people responsible. to prevent sexual flights were suspended for 30 hours predators from signing up. after the drone sightings the report in december, causing chaos from the inspectorate for thousands of passengers. of constabulary includes officers sussex police ruled out 96 people of interest, as well as non—front line staff. and say without new information the met says it's increasing there are "no further realistic the size of its vetting team—to cope lines of inquiry at this time". with the large number of new recruits. police investigating a drone attack at gatwick airport say they are no closer to finding a somali community centre in north the people responsible. london, which was destroyed flights were suspended for 30 hours in an arson attack six years after the drone sightings in december, causing chaos for thousands of passengers. ago, has been rebuilt — sussex police has ruled out 96 people of interest, and say there are "no further and with the support of the localjewish community. realistic lines of inquiry the blaze which gutted the building at this time". a somali community centre in north was treated as a hate crime london which was destroyed and the letters edl were found in an arson attack six years written on the building. ago has been rebuilt — and with the support last night, celebrations were held to open a new centre in finchley. of the localjewish community. muslim worshippers have been the blaze which gutted the building welcomed to the local synagogue was treated as a hate crime during the rebuild. and the letters edl were found written on a wall. last night, celebrations were held to open a new centre in finchley. they had faith in us, despite us muslim worshippers have been welcomed to the local synagogue during the rebuild.
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being muslim, they were like well, we are the same people like you. being muslim, they were like well, we are the same people like youm meant a lot. at least it meant we are not losing the community and we are not losing the community and we are not losing faith and things are still running and things are they had faith in us, happening. despite us being muslim, let's take a look at the travel situation now. they were like, wow, come, the tube is running well so far — we are the same people like you. no reported problems on any it meant a lot. of those lines there. at least it meant we are not losing south western railway lines the community and we are not losing between hounslow and barnes bridge are still blocked after faith and things are still running yesterday's circuit failure. services on the weybridge and things are happening. and waterloo line are diverted via twickenham. let's take a look at the travel situation now. the tube is running well so far. there's been an accident in highgate, swains lane is blocked no reported problems on any near highgate cemetery of those lines there. south—western railway lines and we have the usual rush hour problems on the a13. between hounslow and barnes bridge this is how it looks heading westbound out of dagenham into barking. are still blocked after yesterday's circuit failure — weybridge and waterloo services now the weather with elizabeth rizzini. are diverted via twickenham. hello, good morning. there's been an accident on the m11. it makes a nice change this week it's causing delays southbound to say that it's a dry from junction 27 of the m25 for traffic heading or mostly dry start to the day. towards the north circular. and this is paddington, there's some early brightness out where roadworks are slowing down there, some morning sunshine, southbound traffic on edgware road and then, true to form, at church street — queues from maida vale.
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now the weather with through the late elizabeth rizzini. hello, good morning. it makes a nice change this week morning into the afternoon it is set to say that it's a dry or mostly dry to turn wet and windy start to the day. here once more. there's some early brightness out it's also feeling a bit cooler there, some morning sunshine, than it has been in recent days. and then, true to form, through the late morning already a cooler the into the afternoon it is set to turn start of the morning. the cloud will thicken from the west wet and windy here once more. eventually will see some it's also feeling a bit cooler showers was their way eastward, than it has been in recent days. some of them heavy at the almost already a cooler together to form what start of the morning. will feel like longer the cloud will thicken from the west spells of rain was the end and eventually we'll see some of the day and then some brightness showers was their way eastward, right at the end of some of them heavy at the almost the afternoon, after that weather front together to form what will feel has worked through. like longer spells of rain there will be some strong, was the end of the day and then some gusty winds on it for a time, too. brightness right at the end amber just lower than they have been, just 17 or 18 celsius. of the afternoon, after that weather front has swept through. an overnight tonight it's a bit there'll be some strong, cooler, there will be a few showers gusty winds on it for a time, too. just 17 or 18 celsius. temperatures just lower and overnight tonight it's a bit than they have been, cooler, there will be a few showers just 17 or 18 celsius. then overnight tonight it's a bit around, it also some good, cooler, there will be a few showers clears skies as well. temperatures ten or 11 around, but also some good, degrees celsius. clears skies as well. tomorrow, a fairly decent day of weather. temperatures generally down we should see some early brightness. to around ten or 11 degrees celsius. to be mostly dry, tomorrow, a fairly decent day of weather. turning very wet and we should see some early brightness. very windy on saturday night into sunday. that's it for now. it will be mostly dry, i'll be back in around half an hour. turning very wet and very windy on saturday night now i'll hand you back to naga and jon. 00:59:59,801 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 bye for now.
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into sunday morning. that's it for now. i'll be back in around half an hour. now i'll hand you back to naga and jon. bye for now. good morning welcome to breakfast withjon kay and naga munchetty. our headlines today. church of england bishops unite to criticise mps — accusing them of using language "not worthy of our country". the prime minister's advisor dominic cummings was confronted bya labourmp. in a speech later he described brexit as "a walk in the park". the owners of a british tanker seized by iran injuly say it's preparing to leave port today. more claims that donald trump tried to cover up a phone call he had
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with the president of ukraine. following in his mother's footsteps. prince harry will be finding out what progress has been made in removing landmines in angola. good morning. a not so perfect match. the number of online daters falling victim to so—called romance fraud rises significantly — i'll be finding out how to spot the signs of a dating scam. good morning. the wait is over — and the heat is on. the world athletics championships get underway in doha later with britain's athletes set to endure scorching temperatures as they bid for gold medal glory. good morning. we have got a bit of blue sky and sunshine out there this morning, but we have heavy showers on the cards for you today and wet and windy weather through the weekend too. i'll bring you all the details in about 15 minutes. morning, everyone. it's friday 27th september. our top story. more than 100 bishops and archbishops have signed a letter
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saying the tone of the brexit debate has becomne "unacceptable" — and calling for more respect. the intervention follows angry scenes in the house of commons after the supreme court ruled the suspension of parliament was unlawful. we can get more on this now from our political correspondent jonathan blake who's in westminster this morning. jonathan, we can't really underestimate the impact of, you know, all the bishops and archbishops of the church of england coming together to tell mps are literally, to get their house in order and their language. yes, there is clearly concern there, that is in response to an extraordinary week here at westminster when mps returned after the prorogation, or suspension of polomat was ruled unlawful and the church of england bishops, as you say, describing the level of debate as unacceptable and hitting out against the use of language —— suspension of parliament. and also calling on all parties to respect the rule of law and the independence of the judiciary. we have heard from all
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sides, an appeal for calm. judiciary. we have heard from all sides, an appealfor calm. the prime minister himself acknowledged the temperature needed to come down, but his senior adviser dominic cummings is someone who has struck a slightly more defiant tone, speaking last night at a book launch, he said it should not be surprising that a lot of people are angry that brexit hasn't happened. he talked about mps swerving all over the shop after the result of the referendum in 2016. and effectively had the message of, what do you expect? although he said threats of violence against people on all sides, both those who campaigned previously to leave and remain should be taken seriously. those comments came after he was confronted in parliament by the labourmp karl confronted in parliament by the labour mp karl turner confronted in parliament by the labourmp karl turner in confronted in parliament by the labour mp karl turner in an angry exchange, accusing him of being a disgrace and his use of language and the prime minister's use of languor to be disgraceful. dominic cummings's response to that was to get brexit done. so the temperature
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in parliament, although mps will not be sitting today, continues to remain ata be sitting today, continues to remain at a high level, at an acrimonious level, although perhaps as mps are away from parliament todayit as mps are away from parliament today it will be an opportunity for people to pause and take a breath. indeed. but i'll tell you what, while all of that is going on, of course, there are still simmering tensions when it comes to the former prime ministerjohn major, who has cast some doubt about whether or not borisjohnson cast some doubt about whether or not boris johnson can or will cast some doubt about whether or not borisjohnson can or will be forced to avoid no—deal brexit on october 31. yes, sirjohn major's potential a nswer to 31. yes, sirjohn major's potential answer to the question that has posed itself by the prime minister, saying that he will abide by the rule of law, but also has no intention of asking for an extension to the brexit deadline, which he is required to do now by law if no deal is done by october 19. sirjohn major suggesting the government may get round that by using something called an order in council, which is effectively a way of changing the
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law without the need for parliamentary approval. no comment from downing street in terms of whether that is what they are going to do but last night the chairman of the conservative party james cleverly did the conservative party james cleverly d id not the conservative party james cleverly did not rule it out. jonathan, good to talk to you. thanks for taking us through all of that. jonathan blake there. another brexit story for you this morning. the government's preparations to ensure supplies of vital medicines and equipment for the nhs are not disrupted in the event of a no—deal brexit have been strongly criticised. the national audit office says there is still a significant amount of work to do before the brexit deadline of october 31st. the department for health and social care says it wants to reassure patients it's doing everything it can to make sure they can access the medicines they need. a british tanker seized by iranian troops is preparing
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to leave the port where it's been detained sincejuly, according to its owners. the stena impero was detained by iran's revolutionary guards for alleged marine violations two weeks after britain seized an iranian tanker off the territory of gibraltar. let's get the latest now from our reporter andy moore. andy, what have you worked out? there is some confusion about whether the ship had left or not. yes, this is the ship that was seized 70 days ago in the port of home use and has been in port ever since. a few days ago the iranian authorities said it was free to leave but then there was no movement. i've spoken to the swedish owners this morning and they said only that the ship was preparing to leave. one marine tracking website said it is already on the move and an iranian journalist has tweeted some video that he claims shows the ship raising its anger. there is every indication that if it isn't already on the move it will be fairly shortly. there is a 16 crew left on board, mainly indians, some
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russians, one filipino, seven other nonessential crewmembers were allowed to go home seven days ago. if the ship is on the move that will be welcomed by the international committee and will represent a lowering of tension. thank you for the update, andy. the whistleblower whose complaint has led to an impeachment inquiry against donald trump is a cia officer who once worked in the white house, according to us media. according to us reports the unnamed officer once worked in the white house. it's alleged that mr trump pushed the ukrainian president to investigate joe biden, one of the frontrunners hoping to challenge him in next year's presidential election. a british couple — in their seventies — have beenjailed in portugal for drug smuggling on a cruise ship. roger and susan clarke, who are both 72, were caught last year
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while attempting to smuggle nine kilograms of cocaine, with a street value of £1 million. damian grammaticas sent this report from lisbon. lisbon — beautiful in the autumn sun. last december, a different ship was here. the marco polo, just arrived from the caribbean. in cabin 469, roger and sue clarke, pensioners who took frequent, costly cruises, living beyond their modest income. police had noticed. today, the couple, both 72—years—old, were brought to court in handcuffs. sentenced to eight years each for drug smuggling. as the judge spoke, sue dropped her head in tears and roger, also shaken, turned to her and said, "i'll be nearly 80 when i get out. it's ridiculous!" as he left the court, he turned to me and said, "the truth needs to come out. come and visit me in prison." but the truth is the couple have a history. this was roger injail in norway, caught 15 years ago with 200kg of cannabis hidden in his car.
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and recently frequent trips to jamaica — the photo they took from their hotel, the wedding they attended. but police caught them with these cases. "empty ones for a friend," they said. the drugs officer who raided their cabin found more than £1 million of cocaine in the lining of the bags. translation: at first, they acted confident. they said, "you're not going to find anything." but afterwards, they admitted they'd known all along the cases had drugs. now, instead of enjoying their sunset years, the couple may be spending the rest of them behind bars. damian grammaticas, bbc news, lisbon. the swiss city of geneva and its surrounding areas have been plunged into darkness overnight. it's to try to raise awareness about light pollution, which stops us from seeing the night sky and stars properly.
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this was the city and all the surroundings. the lights were turned off. most of them were turned off. looks like somebody didn't get the memo. but the lights off to raise awareness. how do you get a stroppy teenager to do what you want? i'm notjust asking. why were you looking at me? well, researchers at cardiff university think they've come up with the answer. it analysed 1,000 youngsters during fairly standard arguments, like parents trying to get their children to do their homework. it found that a "controlling" tone of voice brought out the most negative response. no one likes to be bossed about, do they? it is kind of common sense. it is frustrating, isn't it? a p pa re ntly it is frustrating, isn't it? apparently if you use a more supportive, calming voice, according to the researchers, you get a better
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reaction. are you surprised? it is how you do it. in the heat of the moment, the income of supportive. of course you are. let's ta ke let's take you back to 1997. this is the moment princess diana walked through a minefield in angola, wanting to raise awareness of the dangers. this morning prince harry has litethe prince met staff from a landmine charity and chatted to members of the community. our royal correspondent nicholas witchell sent us this report. it is 17 years since the civil war in angola ended, yet there are still more than 1000 minefield is scattered across the country. prince harry, following the lead set by his mother who came to angola in 1997 shortly before her death and highlighted the whole issue of minefields, he arrived here a short time ago, he had a briefing on this particular minefield close to the border with namibia. he has now gone into the minefield, he has seen the
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painstaking work which is done by the mine clearers, inching their way through the minefield metre by metre, checking for mines. when they find one it is removed. very shortly, harry will be detonating one of the mines found in this minefield. it is a huge problem in this country which they are now tackling with the help of the halo trust, that is a british organisation leading the de—mining effort in angola. later, harry will go on the city of haribo, where his mother princess diana came in 1997. those unforgettable images of her walking through a minefield which led eventually to the passing of the ottawa convention, which finally criminalise the use of antipersonnel landmines. —— huambo. criminalise the use of antipersonnel landmines. -- huambo. nicholas witchell with prince harry in angola. joining us now is camille wallen, director of strategy at the landmine charity the halo trust. welcome. good morning to you. how important
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is this? a really significant moment, as we saw in 1997 princess diana really helped raise awareness of the issue of landmines and the plight that people who live with land mines have every day and she really brought that to the global attention. it effectively transformed what we do and transformed what we do and transformed it for those people. they really felt they were being heard and their plight was being seen, so having prince harry go back todayis seen, so having prince harry go back today is really significant and he is helping to not only remind the world landmines are notjust a thing of the past, but decades after conflict they remain in the ground and threaten people the's lives. but he shows that the impact of mine clea ra nce he shows that the impact of mine clearance when he goes back to the minefield this afternoon that his mother walked on 22 years ago, and it isa mother walked on 22 years ago, and it is a completely different place. it has been completely transformed from scrubland to a bustling community with houses and schools and shops. it is interesting because we know that diana's visit made a big difference. but i guess what he is
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doing today is saying it might have made a difference but this is still a massive problem. exactly. there are still just over a massive problem. exactly. there are stilljust over 1100 minefields left in angola. what we will see todayis left in angola. what we will see today is the impact of what we can achieve when we complete clearance. countries can be completed. in 2015 mozambique was completely cleared of landmines but unfortunately there are still many countries left in the world that have a landmine problem and over 60 million people who are still affected by mines. what is the push in terms of wife some countries are not being cleared of these mines quickly enough? there are varying factors. predominantly, we often see issues of access when insecurity prevents us from getting in and clearing the mines. but also, the mine issue isn't far enough up the political agenda so it is about getting the political engagement. you mention some countries that have done that, so how come they have embraced that, so to speak? what
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other countries that have the sticking points at the moment? predominantly, it tends to be down to funding and political engagement. where there is a combination of a country that doesn't appear high enough up the aid spectrum. angola, for example, has seen a dip in funding in recent years but this year is a really good news story because we have seen increased engagement from the angolan government themselves and they have committed $60 million to clear all the minefields in the south—east where prince harry is this morning. when you see prince harry, or the government sees prince harry there, that's almost like the reward for it and the incentivise asian. exactly. what is really interesting about where prince harry was visiting this morning as it is raising an awareness of a lesser—known impact of mines, it is an area in the headwaters of the quevega dealt at one of the most rich biodiversity areas in the whole of ack vicar and by clearing landmines there with the assistance from the angolan government contribution but also
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seeking other funding to complete thatjob, there will be a national parks that open and open up space for conservation as well. —— okavango delta. he has the protective jacket on, this is dangerous work your guys are doing out there, finding the mines and diffusing the mines and then guaranteeing that it is clear. can you ever be sure that an area is safe ? you ever be sure that an area is safe? we work to really high, stringent standards and every centimetre of land is run over at least two or three times in terms of quality checks. when a country is cleared of mines, it is effectively cleared of mines, it is effectively cleared of mines, it is effectively cleared of all known minefields. it is hard to tell, there may be minefields found in the future in an area that wasn't yet used. but that is why we need to constantly keep putting the pressure on and raising awareness that this is an issue that still needs funding, still needs political attention, still really needs that engagement but can be done, to something that can be achieved, as we saw with mozambique and we hope that angola can achieve
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its landmine free gold by 2025. thank you very much indeed. it is 8:17am. thanks forjoining us this morning on breakfast. we have sarah with us this morning. that looks like it has been put through four of five filters. i hope it hasn't! it hasn't. this is the scene in london this morning, beautiful skies around at the moment. don't get too used to it because we have seen heavy showers across much of the country today. it will be one of those days, some sunshine but equally heavy and blustery showers and a few thunderstorms mixed in with the heavy showers. nowhere immune to catching some passing downpours at times today. we have this area of low pressure in charge of drifting slowly eastwards and weather fronts rotating around the area of low pressure, so they will p9p up area of low pressure, so they will pep up the heavy showers at times. the heaviest of the downpours this morning mostly in the west, parts of
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northern ireland have already seen them, north—west england, wales, southern parts of england seeing showers, gusty winds, 40—45 miles per hour windus as the heavy showers rattle eastwards through the day. northern ireland and western scotla nd northern ireland and western scotland brightening up this afternoon, fewer showers here, temperature 14—18dc, a touch cooler than recent days. the first batch of showers close away towards the east as we move through tonight, but more rain works in across northern ireland, south—west scotland and north—west england, so many of us start saturday with a few outbreaks of rain, some cloud around and it will be reasonably miles start of the weekend. on saturday we get rid of the area of low pressure from the east but we open the doors for the next area of low pressure to move in from the south—west, that will be more of a troublemaker late in the day. some showery rain initially in parts of northern england, quite a lot of dry weather with sunshine for much of the day. later in the afternoon, that's when the heavy rain arrives across parts of south
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wales, south—west england and the winds will really pick up. here is this area of low pressure as it moves this area of low pressure as it m oves a cross this area of low pressure as it moves across the southern half of the uk through saturday night and on into sunday. we will see persistent heavy rainfall as well as some strong gusty winds. the gusts reaching 50 mph in the south—west through sunday morning. later in the afternoon, they could reach 60 mph across parts of east anglia. windy conditions for many areas especially across england and wales. heavy downpours working west to east, a bit more sunshine developing from the north as we see a northerly breeze through the course of the afternoon. some gusty winds, gusting about 40—45 mph inland and around the coasts. the northerly wind we will see temperatures a little cooler, only 13—18d. to summarise the weekend, saturday probably the better day for most places, sunny spells and a few showers around. sunday will bring more heavy rain and gale force gusts of wind as well. be prepared for an unsettled
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weekend. next week it stays fairly showery and it is turning a little bit cooler. thank you very much indeed, sarah. we know that love can be a tricky game, it is easy to have your heart broken but it is also easy to be scammed. it is wicket what we are about to talk about. good morning, nina. we were saying, if you are out there looking for companionship and looking for companionship and looking to change your life, and it's another platform for fraudsters to find victims. it is really heartbreaking, and increasing the number of people who have signed up for dating apps and then have been completely exploited by fraudsters. here is a classic example, we spoke to a lady called elspet, 67, lives in the west country, who met a man online who claimed to be in the military said he needed £10,000 to carry all of his belongings home and then they could set up home together and she never heard from him again and then realised he was a fraudster. it is just horrible. what can you do
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about this? i'm assuming it is happening more and more now. it is happening will action fraud, the reporting centre, said last year there were an estimated 4500 reported incidents of romance scams, more than 4500, and they lost an average of £11,000 each. that's the average? some of them lost a lot more. that was an increase on the other four of 64% so it is happening a lot more. there are some basic advice, it sounds basic but you can see why people get carried away, don't rush into things, take your time with online relationships, talk to family and friends because they will hear the alarm bells ringing on your behalf. don't send money to somebody you have just met. behalf. don't send money to somebody you havejust met. it behalf. don't send money to somebody you have just met. it sounds obvious but obviously people have been taken in. elspet said she ended up feeling really stu pid in. elspet said she ended up feeling really stupid and depressed and really stupid and depressed and really regrets it. humiliated as well. she is trying to raise awareness for other people. 7 million people are registered on these apps and one in three relationships starts online, so three relationships starts online, so don't give up, that's what i
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would say. you would think when you hear the request for £10,000, how can anybody think that, the alarm bells would start ringing but you are in a vulnerable situation. you put yourself out there and you are building up trust. it can happen over months and months, there are really sophisticated. thank you, nina. as we've been hearing this morning, more than 100 bishops and archbishops have signed a letter saying the tone of the brexit debate has become "unacceptable" — and calling for more respect from politicans on all sides. the prime minster‘s comments about the murdered mpjo cox caused a particular backlash. as you said, the comments and accusations came from all sides. breakfast'sjohn maguire is in jo cox's former constituency in west yorkshire for us this morning. good morning. as you are absolutely right to say, those comments from all sides, notjust in the commons, but this is party conference season, of course. some of the language we here at the conferences, if we think about it in the cold light of day,
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might be deemed to be unacceptable really considering the phil brown nature of the debate at the moment about whether to leave and whether to remain and how to leave etc etc. those sorts of arguments happening not just those sorts of arguments happening notjust in those sorts of arguments happening not just in families those sorts of arguments happening notjust in families and in communities but within and without political parties and places like this. this community and family lives in this community that realises the ultimate prize has been paid. we will not betray the people who sent us here. many of us in this place are subject to death threats and abuse every single day. i have to say, mr speaker, i have never heard such humbug in all my life. this week in westminster, as the debate raged, mps argued over the murder of one of their own. the best way to honour the memory ofjo cox and, indeed, the best way to bring this country together would be, i think, to get brexit done. four years ago, in the same chamber, jo cox's maiden speech called for unity and understanding.
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the thing that surprises me, time and time again as i travel around the constituency, is that we are far more united and have far more in common and that which divides us. the prophetic words ofjo cox's maiden speech, which resonate now more than ever. and nowhere more than in herformer constituency in yorkshire where i meet her sister kim. there are two important things. one, jo's dead. jo was killed. she was shot and stabbed to death in the street. that happened. that's my reality. 0k. and the second thing is, what we mustn't do is usejo's name to silence the debate. because that's the last thing she would want, it's the last thing i want. you have to find some middle ground. he's being held captive by his colleagues. what's said in the commons is heard across the land. if a leader of a country uses bad language it affects us, because we are the minority here and people think if he can say those things everybody
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else can say as well. the way some of the mps were carrying on and the way that they criticise each other is none other than shameful in my view. jo cox's murder arejust a few miles from here. jo cox was murdered just a few miles from here. the foundation set up in her name aims to bring communities together. discourse and language are key areas of concern. we're working to devise a standard of conduct, a standard of behaviour, that we can get politicians to sign up to. so we're working on that already. and what i'm pleased to see is the aftermath of the other evening, people were saying those sorts of things. this parliament is a dead parliament! this prime minister — to talk about morals! passions are running high in westminster, just as they are elsewhere, but when the divisive and inflammatory debate spills over there are people here who understand all too well what can happen.
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john maguire, bbc news, batley. the friday morning marketjust sitting behind me. it strikes me thatis sitting behind me. it strikes me that is a perfect place for a community to gather, to chat, to discuss things in a neutral environment, if you like. one thing that kim leadbeater was stressing to me when we spoke in the marketplace yesterday is a lot of people are scared to speak out and fearful of discussing these issues, and as she said to me, that cannot be good for democracy. back to you. it has been an intense week, so much hate. let's take a break and we will see you in a few minutes, to find out what is happening where you are this morning. hi, there. good morning. we've had a lot of rainfall over the last few days,
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lots of showers have been in the forecast and for today, more showers expected with an area of low pressure. you can just see from the satellite imagery. but i want to draw your attention to this area of cloud here in the middle of the atlantic. that's going to give us some very wet and windy weather throughout this weekend. for today, it's well worth keeping an umbrella handy. showers moving their way from west to east, some strong winds, particularly down towards the south—west. as this band of showers moves further eastward, there will be some sunnier spells across wales, the midlands, northern ireland and across the west of scotland. temperatures down a little bit on yesterday at 14—18 degrees. here's that area of low pressure. it's still with us as we go into saturday. another couple of features just coming through there across northern parts, so further showers likely during saturday, moving from west to east. some sunshine at times, particularly during the afternoon in northern areas, but in the south—west, that's where we will see the cloud thickening with further rain spreading in and temperatures on saturday 14—18 or 19 degrees.
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but it's that rain in the south—west that's all linked into this area of low pressure. it's going to track in and that are some uncertainties as to how far north this area of low pressure will move in but, likely through into sunday morning, heavy rain spreading north and easward and with that some strong winds, gales, particularly around coastal areas. so, a wet start to sunday. some uncertainty as to how far north that rainfall will be, but for southern scotland, it's likely you'll see some rain here. gradually, it's all going to move its way eastwards. by the afternoon, they'll be some sunnier spells. the winds easingdown a touch into the afternoon but it's still going to be a fairly blustery afternoon to come and it's going to feel quite chilly, as well, with maximum temperatures 13—17 or 18 degrees celsius. as we go into next week, it remains a little bit unsettled with some pretty chilly days. bye— bye.
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