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world leaders will discuss a range of issues including trade, climate change and the threat posed by north korea. mexican authorities say 28 inmates have been killed in a fight in a prison in the coastal city of acapulco. world? that's the question the newspapers and websites are asking ata newspapers and websites are asking at a highly anticipated summit in hamburg. a so—called macho guest like to keep‘s president erdogan, vladimir putin, but donald trump. it looks at the decisions to be discussed like
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climate change and trade policies. the japan times looking at the free trade deal between tokyo and the eu. the newmarket will be worth one third the global economy. a pleased—looking nicolas hulot — french environmental activist and now ecology minister — pictured on the front page of le figaro. the country has announced plans to ban the sale of cars that use petrol or diesel by 2040. constantly frustrated when your cellphone battery runs out? well the gulf news has researchers claiming they've developed a mobile that works without batteries. they say it harnesses power from radio signals or light. this is what's being called the
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cutest ever solar farm, located this is what's being called the cutest ever solarfarm, located in china, it is set to get a buddy, one more and powell is in the works. it isa more and powell is in the works. it is a bit of an eyesore! —— one more panda pal. we will talk about the panda pal. we will talk about the panda ina panda pal. we will talk about the panda in a moment. that's why i got | panda in a moment. that's why i got e panda in a moment. that's why i got up! we love pandas on the bbc but let's talk about 620. up! we love pandas on the bbc but let's talk about g20. there's so much in the world for them to fix, one wonders if the g20 is enough or regular enough any more? has the world ever been so divided as this? what's really annoying about this is yes, speigel online focuses on angela merkel and the macho world leaders, but actually the headlines
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everywhere else are about trump saying western supplies 0cean everywhere else are about trump saying western supplies ocean is under threat, that's this number one, and it's the largest and most powerful economy in the world, that is number one concern —— western civilisation. it's not that poverty is the number—i threat to western and global civilisation, it's not that climate change is the number—i threat, apparently it is islamic terrorism, by which donald trump has made it quite clear he means is long is the world's number one threat to western civil highs asian and it's not north korea even with nuclear missiles, which is the number one threat, i think they've got the agenda items a bit mixed up at the 620 at agenda items a bit mixed up at the g20 at the moment. agenda items a bit mixed up at the 620 at the moment. has speigel online international suggests, there's a lot at stake for leaders like the german chancellor at home depending on how they perform at the 620 -- depending on how they perform at the g20 —— as. depending on how they perform at the 620 -- as. they've got elections in september but in terms of what the
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world will be looking at, they would be focused on those things, the protesters outside, the anticapitalist protesters, perhaps that's the number one threat to western supplies 0cean, the concept of capitalism is being protested against —— western civilisation. i'm worried they're not focusing on poverty, that's what they were meant to be focusing on. and health and viruses and other big threats. good point. the japan times, this deal finally reached, negotiations have been ongoing since 2013, which is interesting in the context of brexit trying to negotiate free—trade deals, which have taken a number of yea rs, deals, which have taken a number of years, milk and motors were the sticking points? europe wants to send more milk over to the japanese, which don't like dairy, neither does the west, they are all going dairy free, and they are going to send more cars here. good news. you can
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be the world's second largest economic zone, the eu, and the world's bird largest economy and not have a free—trade agreement. all the people trashing us for not having a free—trade agreement after the eu, the us doesn't have one and japan doesn't have one with the eu —— third—largest. were not that worried. this notion that tariffs are so worried. this notion that tariffs are so evil, if it was so bad how come it took them so long? —— we're not worried. the fact that they have worked towards this free—trade agreement, they have gone through the sticking issues to make it happened shows they do want to have one. it shows there is no great urgency, doesn't stop economic growth, you can be the worlds third largest economy and not have a free—trade agreement with the holy grail that is the eu for whom and before whom we must bow down because otherwise they will give us punishment beatings. we don't need
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to agree to them and the japanese haven't agreed to them and neither does the americans —— neither have. every nook and cranny and every call and every turn of eu negotiations is going to be looked at for the next two years, going to be looked at for the next two yea rs, how going to be looked at for the next two years, how seriously is this? it's important not just two years, how seriously is this? it's important notjust because it's on the front page, it's important because it's the cbi, a major representative of business in the uk, although i'll declare an interest they rejected me as the director—general, they've got good sense there! but where they haven't got good sense is this, they want to delay leaving the single market and the reason that isn't good sense is because the first thing that screams out to me as a business owner is great, more uncertainty for a prolonged period, plus it seems contrary to everything we're hearing from the eu, which is you've got two yea rs from the eu, which is you've got two years and then there is a hard deadline, not let's talk about it, why don't we just delay leaving the
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eu indefinitely? i don't understand. i've looked into this on detail on their website... is two years long enough to get this sorted? obviously not for the japanese and the americans. is it safe for the british economy to do it in two yea rs. british economy to do it in two years. those are the questions. british economy to do it in two years. those are the questionsm could be a bad deal. it wasn't good for the japanese and americans to get free—trade agreements done in a short period of time so i'm not worried about it at all because those are the first and third largest economies in the world. will cut and paste theirs, that's what lawyers like to do anyway and charge huge amounts of muggy —— we'll cut and paste. the french are going to ban the sale of petrol by 2040. only 1.296 ban the sale of petrol by 2040. only 1.2% of cars in france are pure electric and just a fraction more are hybrid. i wish i'd bought my diesel car last week... it is great
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news. you set a deadline then hopefully things will happen, somebody should send a memo to the eu, but hopefully things will happen. 2040 seems a bit ambitious, it's just around the corner and it will be all electric. if you set those deadlines you can move towards it, they're taking a lead on it, they should take a lead from india who shaved ten years off that, they said 2030 all electric, and norway, the leader in europe in terms of electric car usage, is really driving towards that given they are an oil economy in norway, so i think the other countries should start setting these hard deadlines and from what i hear electric cars give you all the performance and all the benefits, i'm sure we will find out in five years why electric is bad for the environment, but for now it is better than diesel and petrol. despite donald trump's declaration he doesn't believe climate change is a big threat and obviously he's wanting to pull out of the paris
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agreement, pandas are saving the environment, it isn'tjust as saving pandas, fantastic picture on mashable, the cutest solar farm ever is now live on the grid, what do you make of it? it is solar, apparently it is 8000 us households that could support the size of it, the problem with solar is you need so much space, the chinese and the americans have got it... but it's a giant panda. that's probably more important than saving the environment, some people should point that out. that makes us smile today, always doom and gloom! point that out. that makes us smile today, always doom and gloomm a lwa ys today, always doom and gloomm always worries me what's in those giant coffee cups! thank you for joining us. we will be back with the latest business, sport and news headlines ina business, sport and news headlines in a moment. don't go away. it was a very warm day on thursday across england and wales, in particular southern and south—eastern areas, with a top temperature in london of 32 celsius.
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in fact, a number of stations in the greater london area saw 32 degrees and it was pretty hot as well further north, but the heat across northern england broke down in spectacular style with some severe thunderstorms, we had reports of flash flooding and also some lightning damage across yorkshire and into lincolnshire. now, those thunderstorms will continue to rattle away off into the north sea, and then for most places it should be a dry end to the night. thicker cloud and outbreaks of rain, though, pushing into northern ireland and western scotland, it's going to be a very warm and muggy start to the day once again across the south, particularly the south—east. only a little bit of cloud around for the south—west of england, into western wales, but a good deal sunshine for the midlands eastwards and look at those temperatures to start the day, around 20 degrees. further north and there will be thicker cloud. for north—west england into scotland and northern ireland, like i mentioned, there will be some light and patchy rain around so a dismal morning with temperatures here at 8am around the mid—teens celsius. through the day it looks like that cloud across western areas will tend to move in eastwards and any clear skies tending to infill from cloud,
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so a cloudier afternoon that what we saw on thursday, so that means not quite as hot. still very warm, though, in the south—east with 27 or 28 degrees. a rather low 20 further north and high—teens celsius in scotland and northern ireland. it means for the tennis at wimbledon on friday that it will be a bit more comfortable for the spectators and for the players with highs around 26 or 27 celsius and sunshine coming and going. a fine end to the day on friday, but we look to the west to this area of rain, which will push in towards wales, light and patchy and will affect mainly western areas. this weather front is responsible for it. as we head on in towards saturday it will bring a cloudy, damp day to central areas, northern ireland, through northern wales and into northern england, the rain not amounting to that much. to the north of it, largely dry with sunshine and there will be sunshine across southern areas, but generally speaking a cloudy day
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and a cooler one across the board. top temperatures 24 degrees. looks like temperatures rise a bit again as we head on towards sunday and that's because we pick up some thundery air again off the near continent, this area of low pressure could introduce some heavy showers to southern parts of the country, maybe the odd thunderstorm, and this weather front brings outbreaks of rain to scotland and northern ireland. but in between a slice of drier and brighter weather and again quite warm in the south—east. hello, this is breakfast, with charlie stayt and naga munchetty. violent clashes as world leaders gather for the g20 summit in hamburg. protests continued into the night. police used tear gas and water cannon to disperse hundreds of masked protestors throwing bottles and stones. president trump and president putin will hold their first face to face talks today when they meet at the summit. good morning, it's
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friday, seventh july. also this morning: mental health services in england at risk of being over—run. a warning from nhs trusts. this is one of me when ijoined
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