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wanted to did not, and labour wanted to hold onto. the redistribution of wealth, he held at the top, the older generation, not trickling down. there will be many people saying there are a lot of pensioners struggling. difficult to make sweeping statements. it is indeed. more evidence and more grass cannot hurt. we like grass, even though quite difficult to see. maybe that is my eyesight. the ft, hands—on approach. president is joining forces for the bastille day parade in paris. donald and emmanuelle in their best friends. loaded with symbolism. 100 years since the american forces during the first world war, bastille day, france looking at its very best for this holiday. two great revolutionary republics. throwing off the shackles of oppression at the same time in the 18th century. dating anyone
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would have imagined this from america coming ever to meet this president in france. two astonishing political stories in their own right. two male egos on display in these last few weeks. as the ft displays with this very firm handshake. you can see white knuckles. interesting to see how long that handshake would have been helpful. how long for donald to let go. still not as uncomfortable as the first time they met, when they seem to be arm wrestling. they have really put on a show for him. dinner in the eiffel tower last night. a lot of commentators saying, well, you can make you feel welcome it, he will not look or feel so isolated. unexpectedly mentioning maybe america will rethink whether we stay inside the paris climate accord. quite amusing how donald trump mispronounced his name. like was
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scottish or something. that the suggestion was made tactfully and diplomatically that there may be movement. macron saying he would not meddle in another country's affairs. some of those affairs following into europe. the talk all week about the meeting his son had with the russians. now we learn today there was a former russian intelligence officer part of that meeting. going to be very difficult when he gets back home. completely astonishing. revelation after revelation coming out. the investigation has not properly got under way. all of this stuff is coming out. if we have learned anything from the presidency of donald trump, the more terrible things that come out, the more immunity seems to be. on a world tourseeming immunity seems to be. on a world tour seeming totally unruffled by
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the fact his own family is the subject of a serious litigation. he said it was a fast meeting, anyone would have taken it. page nine of the daily mail. secondary schools to have 500,000 more pupils in the next ten years. we have known, not a similar story. we had known about the baby boom fuelled by migration. we now have the numbers. the issue at the moment, we seem to have a funding wise, justin greening, the education secretary asking for extra funding. we had known about this for some years, the primary school bulge in population moving to secondary schools. we are short of teachers. the combination is a difficult one. looking at places like birmingham, 70,000 people in birmingham giving
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to school is not near them. this report yesterday, very difficult. talking about hundreds of foreign teachers to be recruited to fill the 93p- teachers to be recruited to fill the gap. foreign teachers means more immigration, which we're trying to keep on top of. as the prime minister repeatedly said, we need to get the net migration targets in place. they will have to introduce exemption for teachers. essential services, similar story with essential nhs workers. many of them come from outside britain. the health service would collapse without them. part of the problem, which is not the main focus of this story. the issue of teacher's pay. why young british graduates are not interested injoining the teaching profession. 0rjoining it, or leaving within five years. not staying with it for their whole life. pain conditions were not
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great. the number of teachers standing as candidates against the conservatives in the election demonstrating the scale of the problem the conservatives have on that front. the advantage of being able to control migration means you can target specific teachers. physics or chemistry teacher shortages you can recruit them individually. that is the theory. if they come upon a way of implementing it. the sun, oh, dear. even a woman could do that says the chancellor. tell us how he drops of this clanger. philip hammond, in trouble before for making sexist comments earlier this year. sparking a storm by saying in a private cabinet meeting that driving trains is so easy eve n meeting that driving trains is so easy even a woman can do it. a p pa re ntly easy even a woman can do it. apparently subject to a withering slapped down by the prime minister. who, as we well know, does not like
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men complaining or making comments about women. not that she does not like men. full stop. do you think he forgot his boss was a woman? is it so forgot his boss was a woman? is it so deeply ingrained, does not matter who is in charge. 0r so deeply ingrained, does not matter who is in charge. or he genuinely believes, that some men holding opinions like this, the intelligent women they know of anyone category, and womankind as a whole is in another category. i'm very interested on how it came to be on the front of the sun. this is a private cabinet meeting. someone has chosen to share the details.|j wonder who could that have been. you will not tell us. what we have to look at now. the inner movements of the cabinet. philip hammond has renewed power within the cabinet. whether he has been flexing his muscles, you might assume, by making
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these comments. earlier he said to these comments. earlier he said to the labour mp these comments. earlier he said to the labourmp in these comments. earlier he said to the labour mp in the chamber accusing her of the hysterical when she asked a question about how businesses in ireland fare after brea kfast. businesses in ireland fare after breakfast. he said he would urge her not to be in hysterical. he got into trouble for that. another comedy has made. i would suggest there is no doubt he did make it. absolutely no doubt. his track record will not helping. a picture of a female train driver called pauline, quite rightly angry on page four. theresa may had angry on page four. theresa may had a month to lick their wounds. it is her getting her strength back. the daily mail has a timely warning before the main summer holidays starting. £2200 summer car hire rip—off. starting. £2200 summer car hire rip-off. large bills if you crunch the hire car. anyone who has ever hired a car for
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the hire car. anyone who has ever hired a carfora the hire car. anyone who has ever hired a car for a holiday and experience the sinking feeling, you thought you got a good deal booking in advance, standing by the desk. they say would you like to take the extra protection, you ask what that involves. just an extra £16 a day, we can charge you to grand if you hit a we can charge you to grand if you hita lamp we can charge you to grand if you hit a lamp post. i'm sure i'm not alone in saying i had better pay the extra. it is a classic male free summer extra. it is a classic male free summer holiday story. if there isn't it an outrage that car companies are able to do this. hiking up the charges, not fair on holiday—makers. 0ther charges, not fair on holiday—makers. other things you may want sat there, child booster seat. it is stressful when you drive out of the airport, which way to go round the roundabout. we see this story year after yea r. roundabout. we see this story year after year. putting pressure on the car hire firms paying very little attention clearly. families facing mounting costs for giving on holiday. does not help. public
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service announcement from the presenter. you can go online and buy yourself £35 for the year and excess insurance policy covering you for all excess charges for any car you may hire in europe. 0r anywhere else in the world. for the whole year. never ever need to say yet again to those questions at the desk. top tip. use them, they're very good. finally the back page of the telegraph. elegance. a little while to speak about this extraordinary man, roger federer. 0ne match away from claiming his eighth wimbledon title. 21 grand slam finals. 35. releva nt title. 21 grand slam finals. 35. relevant in this context. he has been up against younger players. he has seen them all. different players plagued by injury. he has made an
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amazing comeback from injury this season. matchless elegance is a good phrase. not a big baseline it's like nadal or djokovic, or some of the other players. he lacks finesse, to come into the net. he likes to put ona come into the net. he likes to put on a show. he has so many fans. marin cilic will hear them cheering on centre court. hugely popular. a class act. now andy murray is no longer in the frame sadly, we know where we will be shouting for. don't forget you can see the front pages of the papers online on the bbc news website. thank you caroline and lynn — goodbye coming up next, the weather. you
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know what, the weather this weekend is not looking perfect. going downhill at the moment. there will be some, as i like to call it, windows of opportunity. amongst the rain, the cloud and the muggy weather, some glimmers of brightness and dry spells. not all bad. a lot of clout rolling off the atlantic. she made the increasing tonight. pretty warm night. the rain already heavyin pretty warm night. the rain already heavy in northern ireland, parts of scotla nd heavy in northern ireland, parts of scotland and northern england. three parts of northern england, it remains damp in the north—west. dry across southern and some central and eastern areas. newcastle 1a, london 15 degrees. rain, bits and pieces moving across the country during the morning. lunchtime across scotland and northern ireland. the rain quite
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heavy for a time. in the western isles. dribs and drabs. 0vercast across northern ireland, the lowlands, the lake district. extensive hill and cloud across wales, down into the south—west, at times they will be rain. most of it not heavy. sick drizzle. more than anything. spots of rain across the midlands. dry weather across the south coast. might even have some decent bright weather. if not sunny weather. that is a minority of us. later, towards the evening, a chance that some of these clouds will break up. there is spells later on saturday evening into saturday night. what does this all mean for wimbledon? a list of cloud on the cards. warm and muggy, a few spots of rain on the cards. a look at some neighbours may forecast. whether from straddling the uk. figure cloud, moisture in the south. to the
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north, dry aircoming cloud, moisture in the south. to the north, dry air coming in. into northern ireland, scotland and northern england. showers, breezy in the north of scotland. 0verall much better picture compared to areas further south. till quite warm in the south. briefly mundane tuesday, temperatures on the up in the south. tuesday into wednesday, storms in the south. that is it for me. this is bbc news. the headlines at 11pm: i took off my helmet and i was screaming for help because it was getting dry and as much as it was getting dry and as much as it was getting drive that's how it was burning. charlie gard will be examined by an american doctor who says he can improve his condition.
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a modern musical welcome in paris from one president to another. now it seems they're the firmest of friends. and on newsnight, we bring you the details of an intriguing murder case, and the conviction of a chinese man for the killing in a trial much of which was held in secret. was it a miscarriage ofjustice?
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