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a tough week for the british prime minister as she faces calls to resign over a. tragedy. take to the streets. from washington over. to the country. in the. final football confederations cup games. to the semifinals. live coverage straight .
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from. the u.k. we're at least six people including three children have been. plowed into pedestrians outside of sports in the northern city of new castle a woman who'd been celebrating the muslim holy month of ramadan was driving the car she hit the crowd outside the gates. celebrations and police say. it is that they do not believe the incident was related to this of course comes just a week after of. people leaving london an incident that is being lost. in the u.k. hundreds of people in london have been evacuated from. fears of
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a repeat of disaster more than thirty. across the country. well going full tower fire was britain's deadliest in over a century claimed seventy nine lives it was only put out more than twenty four hours later and problem is the reason may admitted her government hadn't done enough to respond to the disaster or apology that didn't stop thousands of protesters across the u.k. demanding justice for the victims. the support on the ground for families in the initial hours was not good enough people were left without belongings without roofs over their heads without even basic information about what had happened what they should do that was a failure of the state local and national to help people when they needed it most as prime minister i apologize for that failure and as prime minister i've taken responsibility for doing what we can to put things right where i think.
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it's my life when they want to. make sure it was. the. key thing after this massacre that i could just by people and everyone's going to shout serious say you know this is mean justice and laws need to be trying and why is the house ok in a way with this sort of. the fact. that it was. really. just the right thing to to reason my should take the blame for this we all introduce the most. people in the house of parliament. part to play for victims of the grunfeld blaze may have been exposed not only to smoke and fire but also to hide it toxic gas that's according to expert analysis of the tragedy hospital reports they were treating
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three people from poisoning one of the most dangerous forms an expert has claimed the insulation was used on the tower produce a deadly gas when burning the clotting extremely flammable material used on the outside of the building is also under scrutiny. well to reason maine has ordered a public inquiry into the tragedy and pledged an initial five million pounds to help the victims and associates has been in london asking whether the u.k. should rethink its spending for the british government is spending this money on certain things which they think they're spending. with thirteen billion to the n.h.s. social care as the seventy million you think of social care that it is what they're spending on that. they're spending three hundred seventy million dollars saying. inside. this is how much is going to the survivors. it's actually shocking when you see like. them yeah. yeah.
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that's the fun of it but they can spend three hundred seventy on. this book impose really need refer people just really. this is. it's shameful. shameful. list week the u.k. also marks one year since it voted to leave the european union the actual talks on divorce of any just go on the way the referendum results because they are political earthquake the aftershocks of which are still being felt today. the house of commons calling for a general election to be held on the eighth of june driesum eight wanted to strengthen her hand embrace negotiations with european leaders she needed a mandate for her standing in the u.k.'s divorce from the e.u. breaks it wrecks it for tourism a breaks it means giving up access to the e.u.
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single market and customs union taking full control of u.k. borders and compromise on the free movement of people but instead of a mandate to reason got a hung parliament white criticism of her breaks that position no deal for britain is better than a. no deal would be a very very bad out for now britain needs to work out a new brakes and plan which is not easy but the divided parliament in the democratic unionist party which may hope to form a majority with opposes heartbreaks it well the u.k. position leaves more questions than answers some fear the negotiations which have already started will bring little progress so we wait for second breaks that referendum not likely even labor are resigned to this breakup except respects the result we were afraid it won't be often will come leaving. the conditions of the divorce agreements and now even more uncertain than ever and
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things you should go from the normal messy the mix. of a process officially began one brussels received a letter from to reason life on in the caring intention to leave the uk many british citizens still strongly oppose the decision and some once again expressed their i will try to appease the worker takes us through the twists and turns of britain's rocky road to break up it was a very that changed the course of history the forty eight percent who voted to stay outraged although the others they were delighted. the show has risen. to become a national bank holiday we will call it. nigel farage may have been jumping the gun that his so called independence day is still a distant prospect the referendum result killed the political career of david
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cameron and allowed home secretary to resume aid to step up to the plate in the run up to the vote she had been a quiet remain but the desire to lead post brags that britain forced her to reconsider her position bricks it means bricks and we're going to make a success of it a year down the line that sounds like something from an alternate universe considering that reason may hold an election in order to strengthen her hand in the braggs it talks but ended up freefall in the polls and losing her parliamentary majority her atrocious result meant that politically her weakened government limped into negotiations with brussels earlier this week and bear in mind these talks were never going to be a walk in the park. but it. can be
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concluded quickly. threats against aggression have been issued by european politicians commission was trying to bully the british people arguments over whether the u.k. would pave the e.u.'s one hundred billion bragg's it bill guaranteeing the rights of e.u. citizens in the u.k. and who would get custody of gibraltar what thorny issues but there is aroused took a back seat when britain was hit by a wave of terror for terror attacks in the space of just three months. to be precise and many britons held to reason may direct lee responsible because she'd been head of the home office six years before becoming prime minister. and with all the security and political chaos few people even notice that earlier this week briggs it negotiations officially kicked off but not in the way that london
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would have hoped the british government's already been accused of caving into brussels over the break that schedule and opinion polls now show that if the country got to vote again it would reject leaving you so just like two reason may the plan for braggs it went from strong and stable so weak and wobbly within the space of just one year. moscow's announced this week that it's halting military cooperation with washington in syria following the coalition's downing it was syrian warplane last sunday is the french ministry war that will now truck any u.s. led coalition aircraft in the country as potential targets now with russia's foreign minister saying the americans have some explaining to do. yes. because. there was a mechanism to avoid syrian airspace incidents between russia and the us that is
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now suspended after the us shut down the plane we have requested a detailed explanation through the ministry of defense we expect that it will be provided by the u.s. . the pentagon earlier claim that it shot down the syrian jet in self-defense after a bomb to u.s. backed militants because though says this plane was attacking islamic state fighters the syrians it was down near the i saw held city of raka which is under siege by u.s. backed local troops just the north of the country here is not the first time u.s. led coalition forces have targeted. fighters in the war zone just last month in southern syria near the border crossing the coalition bombed pro-government forces several times of accusing them of wilding so-called the confliction zones autism is and always takes a closer look at the latest throw. the u.s. shoots down syrian plane over syria in self-defense the only action that we have
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taken against pro regime forces in syria and they've been to specific incidents have been in self-defense let's imagine a random guy comes into your house with a gun and shoots your dog and then he's like it was just self-defense i wanted to make sure there was no why lin's going on here d. as coalition speaking of the escalation after this self-defense move the situation couldn't be worse russia now considers all u.s. led coalition planes in the area of potential targets and are tracking them all of this happened as both the u.s. and syrian government backed up by the russian air force were fighting isis in the stronghold of raka now washington and moscow have locked horns in syria again focus has shifted and isis is probably breathing a deep sigh of relief while watching syrian fighter jets crash in flames on the horizon good job superpowers you're not so super slick tensions flared even
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further on tuesday after the u.s. led coalition shot down another syrian aircraft on a monday pentagon plane the armed drone had been advancing on the u.s. but forces in the south of the country once again the coalition said the downing of the aircraft was motivated by a self-defense reaction to the spiraling situation from several analysts. did the americans react to the syrian threat as a source or were they trying to assert sovereignty over syria if you think about it really ever since the early one thousand nine hundred ninety s. have been used to it's been able to patrol will they go to the enemy skies with impunity and they feel threatened and also the allies on the ground are threatened so there is a risk that in fact they may try to assert themselves against any syrian or russian limitations on their activities over syria and that of course then could spiral out of control who has a very dangerous situation although some people in washington are saying are the russians will never stand up to us well maybe not but what if brygada are we going
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towards you know more suspension of cooperation i think that's what some people in the u.s. administration actually want so they don't meaning they don't want to have the cooperation between the u.s. and russia maybe not necessarily trump himself but i think you do have think is really very anti russian in the administration a step by step but a trump is bearing down to the anti russian voices in his in his administration i think we are heading towards a more suspension of cooperation and more hostility between moscow and washington which could mean some very bleak scenarios for the future of the tensions on the ground in syria are accompanied by anger at washington's latest military moves at home president trumps administration is facing criticism for breaking its pre-election val's the scaled back foreign interventions. this is illegal war at this point then there's a practical question the practical question is doing anything you want killing
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every perceived enemy in every perceived leader of chieftain of five people and so misbegotten village is it helping trump made it clear that defeating terrorism and putting an end to the trend of u.s. interventions in the middle east were top priorities so he opted for granting more power to the military what i do is i authorized by military we have the greatest military in the world ok but if it helps eradicate eisel what's the problem well first we have the us training and giving arms to a bunch of anti-government forces one of them the new syrian army would really like to topple assad then there's the syrian democratic forces largely consisting of kurds who would really love to grab more power from the government and eventually become independent so once i suppose finish we will have fully trained armed to the teeth forces controlling significant chunks of syrian territory partially hostile to the government what could possibly go wrong so it seems in this effort to defeat beisel the u.s. could in fact be fanning new hotbed the tension if you like washington has a case of tunnel vision trying to solve only one problem without seeing the bigger
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picture sound familiar and should iraq anyone but history teaches us nothing clearly not even past tweets such as this one from donald trump to then president obama in two thousand and thirteen he warned that nothing good would come to the u.s. from attacking syria apparently hindsight isn't twenty twenty once you get to the white house talking guga r.t. washington d.c. of a short break we'll bring you live build up to the final full confederations cup group side states you with us here at all times best. level blog sell you on the idea that dropping bombs brings. in these talks forcing you to fight the battles that still enter the new socks for the tell you that will
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from the fifa confederations cup. welcome to salt she and the stan collymore tipping line where we guarantee correct predictions all y'all moneybag thank you for long so i mean first of all this bring up to date with the greek the schools germany one camera no and over in moscow and in the match it is or will it be another set of stray leah a leading chile stand which make it it's quite incredible journey expected said that cameron started the first all very well. lots of aggression lots of pace they really took the going to germany. germany with him by a very good young player watch him in the perhaps might just get into the world cup squad next year because he's got players not measure of awesome in front of him
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toni kroos. so it's his first appearance in the confederations cup and he's taken the shirt and given you're going to love the manager something to think about all the other guy in chile australia one this would be a huge upset confederations cup or not no we genuinely would be chile a fourth ranked in the world to many if chile a fourth ranked in the world australia forty eight and australia very much in transition the manager post to call globe is trying out lots of young players today's might five or six changes one of them included is james tracy and he opened the score and we watched the goal and the chilean defending was like the parting of the red sea was terrible it was it was terrible defending from chile and unless they do something serious in the soft. try to get a second goal it will be australia or not surely you will go through that will be a huge story and i love the fact that you got your prediction wrong but you blamed the chile right back so it's always good idea find a scapegoat let's have
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a look at our pretty much predictions first of all i said maybe it wasn't a shock because nick the bad she predicted in australia victory she said germany she said australia and is too far to the most. people are going to be it's going to need a home for the betting to the a much bigger gap between as. you know as well as upsetting the australia fans and contradicting the great nick you're going to. see what he had to say pretty much. there was very really wrong when we used to play the game and i think he's going to be wrong but you never know you say we have to win and we have to win pretty much by two goals although if we win by one goal and germany happen to get to go through but that's highly unlikely so i may just pick the really attacking side which could go either way. we could get defeated quite heavily or we might
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have a real chance of well i think if we keep it tied up until seventy minutes you never know but i think our win feeling that they may not get beaten a lot he said we have been on quite some time and that's understandable with forty eight in the world we had a golden generation in two thousand and six so you got to the last sixteen but with you know. two hundred eleven and when we know we've got a long long way to go before we even get into the top twenty. mobile's is being very diplomatic that he was saying that if they win this would be a huge result he did know. very young sawyer pressuring him is a very trendy thing to do war essentially means. is that you have your hungry mobo players go home to the pitch towards the opposition goalkeeper and if you can steal the ball but quickly then you're on the front for the pitch to score a goal that's what you did today so for its work you just imagine what the
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atmosphere must be like that in the stadium our correspondent was that getting a feel for the place for the fans. sun is out it's pretty hot here in moscow and at the spar tax stadium spirits are barry high are fans rushing it through the gates from all directions to reach the arena and i don't know if you can see behind me literally outside the entrance of the stadium is jam packed with fans there's music playing there is drums beating and fans waving their flags support their own team so the atmosphere really couldn't be any better. broadcast over many world cups and european champions we know that chile from trouble in large numbers chile forms we expect in there today and if you manage to speak to any we know that as many as two thousand fans have flew in from chile to russia to be a part of the confederations cup and to his chair on their national t.v. and earlier i did get a chance to speak to some of them and i must say that tony from what i've seen there is a larger presence of chilean fans compared to australian fans and they've told me
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they are super confident that chile will head on to the semifinals and that they're not worried about australia at all here's what they told me. we are ready for now the to the national team and we have a very nice team always going to win that's applied to the semifinals. that's. generally easier. not course a strategy is considered the underdog of this match but hey throughout the tournament they have proved that they can perform well too like they did against germany on monday but nobody knows what will happen in this match today and of course i'll be keeping a close eye on it. just very quickly i want to update you on a roar we heard from the stadium just over to our left i assume that was another goal but no it was something much darker in fact the video assistant reply
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technology is there to help it's been trolled in lots of different tournament including the confederation's court on a big big fan of it why because it sure would help the referee get the right decisions ninety nine point nine percent of its own but the technology cameron player has been just sent off just over the back of the trade and apparently i'm looking almost social media afraid it was the wrong decision the vault system gave the referee the information and it was the wrong information so the story about technology in football is going to run and run ok let's lighten the mood now let's get back to the fact we've got a beach behind us how can you say that such ease of course some a destination as well as being a winter holiday destination beautiful beaches and world class skiing it's all here it is merely on i decided to see how long it was going to take to get from the stadiums in the arenas here at sea level so lympics slopes of ramallah right on by taxi train and cable car. this is a ratings work that's why i like it so much it's very warm outside i think we've
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been in the sun a bit too much i was thinking when fans come here we should show them the whole experience what they can do something on the beach with you know the watch the football let's show them what it's like up in the mountain even on some cool refreshing is well different from. the rest with the. lights down we're going to go to the train station train station speak english yes what's your name on a comedy. are you looking forward to excited that lots of foreign people are going to come here people unfortunate that they really like to. study clearly they like. many people understands english speaking when they come and i think people understand it because. a lot of. this off the olympic games i think people want this them more let's go to the games in the arcade feel like i.
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can't. say i actually find is that i think that's just money for east the we can tell you gaining ounce you don't feel. this it grows it has a secrets of its hope. this is from. sunshine and fresh. juice when to resume beach state. very well folks hours has been well listen two hours must go from the beach which is about to rise to the very top the roads are great this is stunning i mean a study where we were almost at peak level now i know the right to be owing to you to run. now we're starting to see snow three hundred sixty degrees and while.
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it's. fun to see if she's high. really how about this for a place to push the confederations cup for two thousand three hundred twenty seven the. globe let's go and get some snow got some nice people to make decisions to make the school so you're trying to be useful savoring how do you feel because a lot about. and this is one of those moments where you don't need and you would. bring some quick goal updates now germany to cameroon no doubt right. god must have made a difference and it's also a chilly one australia one looks like it's all going back to the phone books not the germany guy or the referee sent off the wrong check the system making sense of
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the right to move her into watch him next year at the world cup here again in russia plays to red bull like six very good goal scorer a top goal scorer in germany this year he got the second goal rodriguez equalizing against the australians we should be able to bring you some of those goals i'm going to talk to you hopefully mark both nate scenics out. here's what people have been saying about redacted and this is just full on awesome the only show i go out of my way to launch you know the really packed a punch. yeah it's the john oliver of r t america's doing the same we are apparently better than. a c.
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