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windy as well, with the risk of some wintry showers. 00:58:19,341 --> 858993221:25:21,358 hello, 858993221:25:21,358 --> 1717986441:52:23,376 you‘re 1717986441:52:23,376 --> 2576979662:19:25,395 watching 2576979662:19:25,395 --> 3435972882:46:27,412 afternoon 3435972882:46:27,412 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 live. particularly for the west but for a time at least it will be very mild. 00:59:01,208 --> 858993221:25:54,853 hello, 858993221:25:54,853 --> 1717986441:52:48,497 you‘re 1717986441:52:48,497 --> 2576979662:19:42,141 watching 2576979662:19:42,141 --> 3435972882:46:35,785 afternoon 3435972882:46:35,785 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 live. i‘m simon mccoy. i‘m simon mccoy. 00:00:00,001 --> 858993220:38:41,887 hello, 858993220:38:41,887 --> 1717986441:17:23,772 you're 1717986441:17:23,772 --> 2576979661:56:05,658 watching 2576979661:56:05,658 --> 3435972882:34:47,543 afternoon 3435972882:34:47,543 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 live. i'm simon mccoy. windy as well with the risk of some wintry showers. today at 4. and his daughter. russian spy and his today at 2. today at 3. how tickled i am by all this goodwill. and his daughter. how tickled i am by all this goodwill. what about you, mrs, have you been daughter. what about you, mrs, have you been tickled by and his daughter. how tickled i am by all this goodwill. goodwill. a good will? believe was responsible. tickled by a good will? legend sir ken where the prime minister legend sir ken dodd, who‘s died at the age of dodd, who‘s died is due to make 90. at the age her statement. president putin if the kremlin is of 90. what about you, mrs, have you been tickled by a goodwill? football after spitting at a 14—year—old girl. of the little black dress — has died at home in france. towards a 14 year old girl. after he was seen spitting towards a 14—year—old girl. coming up on afternoon live all at his home in france. the sport. to blame. ms russia behind the assassination of surrogate script file? of surrogate script file? in breakfast at tiffany‘s — has died at his home in france. and perhaps not surprising news about michael carrick. agriculture and first you talk to me about this. difficult to snowboard with no snow. about michael tell you more about it later but the start gate broke. coming up on afternoon live, all the sport. snowboarders at the paralympic start gate broke. essentially use a bungee cord to get the races started. the races started. winter olympics.
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carrick. tell you about that later. that later. competition but says he will retire at the end of this season. at the end of this season. and the weather with ben. winter olympics. weather with ben. to use a bungee cord to get the races started. sunshine is but by the weekend it will feel a lot colder. details the way. like sportsday at school! more on that coming up, and the weather with ben. day today but a dip in temperatures by the weekend. tell you more later. thanks by the weekend. that and all the rest of the weather coming up. that's going back a while. now ben with also coming the weather. up. ben. weather. could spread some diseases. and by the weekend it might feel like winter has returned. abbey. hello everyone, all the details hello coming up. thank you ben. everyone, this is this also coming up. is afternoon live. i'm simon mccoy. all in a flap. afternoon feeding birds in your garden could spread some diseases. live. the prime minister will make a statement to mps at 4. hello everyone, double—agent and his this is afternoon live. daughter. sorry, that will be at five o'clock this afternoon. i‘m simon mccoy.
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about the attack. remain: who carried it out? i‘m simon mccoy. why now? in salisbury on a former russian double—agent and his daughter. told to wash their possessions as a precaution? about the attack. remain: who carried it out? richard galpin reports. why now? daughter in salisbury, to the commons this afternoon. told to wash their possessions briefed on the latest intelligence about the attack. as a precaution? on who was behind the attack. and daughter yulia ingested the nerve agent. they remain in a critical richard galpin reports. condition in hospital. on who was behind the nothing is being said about about the attack. told to wash their possessions as a precaution? richard galpin reports. on who was behind the attack. attack. them making any recovery. and daughter yulia ingested the nerve agent. and daughter yulia ingested the nerve should the authorities have acted sooner to alert the public? agent. they remain in a critical condition in hospital. they remain in a critical condition in hospital. nothing is being said about them making any recovery. meeting with security officials about the latest nothing is being said about them making any recovery. intelligence. should the authorities have acted sooner to alert the should the authorities have acted sooner to alert the public? high on the public? meeting with security officials about the agenda. meeting with security officials about latest intelligence. high on the
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agenda. minister to accuse russia. the latest intelligence. the finger minister to accuse russia. high on the at the the finger at the agenda. kremlin. headed into the centre of kremlin. salisbury. headed into the centre of outside the salisbury. minister to accuse russia. maltings shopping centre. outside a shopping centre. the finger at the kremlin. at the zizzi restaurant, where the skripals ate on the day. at the zizzi headed into the centre the table was so contaminated it had to restaurant, where the be destroyed. of salisbury. skripals ate on traces were also found the day. outside the at a nearby pub the table was they visited. maltings shopping so contaminated it several other locations in the city are under centre. had to be destroyed. at the zizzi restaurant, where the skripals ate staff were told to burn their on the day. clothes. traces were also found at a nearby pub they visited. the table was so contaminated it had to be destroyed. several other locations in the city are under traces were also found at investigation. a nearby pub they visited. were insisting there was no immediate threat several other locations in the city are under investigation. were insisting there was no immediate threat to the investigation.
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were insisting there to the public. public. was no immediate been threat to the given earlier. been given earlier. when more information was known public. when more information was known about the nerve agent. know what they had. and most people understand that. been given about the nerve agent. some may not be satisfied by this. earlier. know what they had. but meanwhile and most people understand that. when more information was known about some may the investigation the nerve agent. not be is clearly know exactly satisfied by this. what they the investigation had. and most people understand that. making progress. some may not be satisfied by this. is making robust action in response. meanwhile the richard galpin, bbc news. progress. investigation is robust action in response. clearly making progress. robust action in response. richard galpin, bbc news. game with public opinion in relation to the poisoning of sergei skripal. to the poisoning of sergei skripal. richard galpin, bbc news.
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damage to relations between the two countries. our correspondent duncan kennedy has sent this update. 0ur correspondent duncan kennedy has sent this update. countries. the russian ambassador in london to the russian news agency. the russian news agency. psychological effect on the british public. down. public. been threats made to russian journalists working in the uk. sent this update. journalists working in the uk. phone take a baby wipe to wipe them down. will speak to duncan kennedy in salisbury in a moment. wiping your mobile phone with baby wipes. young in westminster. down. theresa may will speak at five o'clock, will she name names? o'clock, will she name names? the great unknown. wiping your mobile phone with baby wipes. great unknown. she may well point the finger at russia. the experts. that could mean different things. less military presence, if any at things. wipes. kremlin and president putin in particular? particular? to be gone through on the advice of the experts.
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that takes it to a different level. different level. that's not what anyone is sure about, at this point. all. anyone is sure about, the city including the tent behind the experts. have noticed today is much less military presence, if any at all. military presence, if any at all. at this point. so she does blame anyone, then she is very sure of her accusations. me. the city including the prosecution at some point in tent behind me. the future. is very sure of her accusations. in the skripal case. there will be a robust, strong response when that happens. me. moscow correspondent steve rosenberg on a visit to a grain centre. response when that happens. meaningful, it is more powerful if you work alongside other countries. prosecution at some point in the future. the poisoning of sergei skripal? you work alongside other conditions for future. people‘s lives. questions about his alleged involvement in the case. countries. and you talk to me about some tragedies? they in order to act would need to set the evidence as well. set the evidence involvement in the case. rosenberg, the bbc‘s russian correspondent, on a visit to centre. correspondent, on a visit to as well. then theresa may saying whatever she needs to say to mps first. centre. bbc news, is russia behind the poisoning of sergei skripal?
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poisoning of sergei needs to say to mps first. first get to the bottom of it there and then we will discuss this. considerable pressure on her to do something. skripal? conditions for people‘s lives and you talk to me about some tragedies? towards russia is what it called a very dangerous game. you talk to me about some tragedies? first get to the bottom of it there and then we will discuss this. at king‘s college london. something. and then we will discuss this. damage to relations with the kremlin over this. would britain go as far as to expel russian diplomats from this country? russian diplomats from this with me now is country? dr. he explained why he wasn‘t surprised by vladimir putin‘s comments. would they be traitors, picking up on things putin said in the past. freezing of assets? said in the people close to at king‘s college london. those past. having to answer some boycott of the questions himself! world cup or himself! something like that. saying, sorted and there before i comment? more or less what you would expect. expect. russia‘s take on the media has been more strident. something like that. involved. to make a decision until theresa may makes an accusation. need a relationship, it won't work if you just cut off ties. makes an accusation. the next thing if you just cut off ties. world cup, will make a difference to president putin? has been more strident. presumably is the
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traitor, picking up on things putin has said in the past. president evidence. presumably is the evidence. was not much known about the incident at all. putin? is probably what has said in the past. they would be discussing today. reputation and organise some incident at all. discussing today. duncan kennedy is in salisbury. kind of boycott of that russia seemed to be the prime suspect. the world cup. boycott of the world cup. they have not decided how to spin this story. suspect. evidence took us there would be some kind of a robust response. kind of a robust in salisbury. there you need to do something not decided how to spin this story. about it. it. theresa may rakes and accusation, is that the next thing? surprise and not that the next thing? is the evidence, we know very little about what actually happened. response. a little irritation. about what 400 people were in those premises. the evidence, the due process itself. itself. and that feels actually happened. we‘ve seen that there was not much known about the incident at all. uncomfortable for everyone. it should be. known about the incident at all. clear that russia seemed to be doesn‘t meet the response is not robust. the prime suspect. premises. prime suspect. and take a baby wipe and wipers down. evidence took us, that there would be a robust response.
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be a robust response. somehow gets ahead of the evidence in the due process itself. in the due process down. nerve agent, wiping down your mobile phone with baby wipes. itself. feels uncomfortable for everyone involved. it does. robust response, one that doesn‘t meet the target is not robust. meet the target is not robust. phone with baby wipes. was, why this was happening and robust. information is new from public health experts. how to target those interests. is going to require the same level of seriousness. to target those interests. think back to mh17 the health experts. it, this is the bench where sergei skripal and his daughter were found. skripal and his daughter were found. russians also denied their involvement. that of seriousness. everything in terms of the intelligence it has? intelligence it has? presumably that conversation will happen. denied their involvement. for a robust sanction conversation will happen. an event like this rises to what level, whether it is an act of war. against russia. level, whether it is an act
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russia. incident, will require the same level of seriousness. of war. diminishes public safety in the uk and it is a member of an alliance. continues. prosecution at some point in the future. level of seriousness. everything —— isn‘t that nato‘s role? and it is a member of an alliance. role? ask themselves what is duncan, in salisbury, thank you. government to tell nato everything it knows? going to hurt. biological, radiological and nuclear regiment. it hurt. is that there is probably little the uk can do alone that will hurt. uk can do alone that will hurt. of the sanctions that can be imposed are being imposed. knows? provoke a collective defence, would you consider this an act of war? they are currently deployed in salisbury. disquiet you know about that because some people are bringing you. some people are bringing you. you consider this an act of war? it is certainly not an act of goodwill. is certainly not that is an act of correct. are being imposed. is correct. by this, that's no criticism of the police or the security services... really will be able to exert an average on putin. average on goodwill. and the uk was a putin. powerful with regard to the oligarchs than he ever has been. oligarchs than he member of an alliance. police or the security services... risk and we need to alliance. the one question that will have to be asked is what is going to hurt? do something about it. be asked is what is going to hurt? very little that the uk can probably do on its own. ever has been.
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about it. just what to do but why, that allays fears. the error. do on its own. they haven't been told where to do it. more powerful than the oligarchs and always has been. that is what we call belt and braces. braces. persistent in your clothes there is a minute chance you might ingest it. relationship with the uk and maybe more broadly. a minute chance you might ingest it. harry, and the queen, said of the commonwealth. absolutely minute. chief medical officer says and washing it you will get rid of it. commonwealth. national anthem at the beginning always has been. to damage russia‘s reputation with the uk and mainly further abroad. of the service. the uk and mainly further abroad. the service. thank commonwealth leaders to mark commonwealth day. washing it you will get rid of it. detergent does influence the nerve agent. agent. you. right, it is just the way they've gone about it is a bit haphazard. commonwealth day. have arrived at the commonwealth day service. attended an official royal engagement alongside the queen. gone about it is a bit haphazard. lingers, what does that tell us
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service. engagement alongside the queen. about what it might be? about what it might be? we know it's very persistent. what, the queen, is one of the more important parts of her role. was accompanied by his very bride—to—be, megan mark — marshall. persistent. important parts of her role. —— meghan we have been told it is not sa and it is not sarin. markle. who should follow her as head of the commonwealth. it is not sa and it is not sarin. is not likely to be the other two agents either. markle. commonwealth. engagement where meghan will be pictured alongside the she leaves this queen. event at westminster pictured alongside the queen. abbey. of course spent christmas as a family together. abbey. family duties, not attending the service today. agents either. and if it is then there's point5 directly to moscow. directly to moscow. hopefully the prime minister could allude to that. prime minister could allude to together. are already good friends and plenty to talk about. today. different nations to bond to talk about. that. and celebrate diversity. let‘s take you outside, because decontaminated already and destroyed by the military. celebrate the queen‘s car is just arriving. diversity. queen‘s car is just arriving. duties, we are told will not accompany the queen today. leaves westminster abbey to head back to buckingham palace. accompany the
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back to buckingham queen today. our royal correspondentjonny dymond is there. by the military. correspondentjonny dymond is there. prince harry is wearing a tie! minister, and nato and the everyone is properly security council must look at. attired. is a major occasion in any royal diary. it is. i'm glad we clarified the big issue over the tie! the big issue over the tie! council must look at. chemical attacks in syria so why would anyone be bothered in the uk. harry arrived wearing suitable neckwear! would anyone be bothered palace. wearing a striking white outfit and matching hat. neckwear! in the uk. hear a fanfare from one of the military bands inside the abbey. matching liquid, how worrying is it that it was used? was used? could be a powder, which could be why there was this contamination. military bands inside the abbey. why there was hat. this is the outfit that will appear on many of the front pages tomorrow. from the crowd that has lined the route. on many of the this contamination. front pages
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the beginning, this was never seen a5 a threat. route. of the unknown soldier is surrounded with poppies. tomorrow. designed the advert and i am trying to find out for you, right now. to find out for you, right now. a5 a threat. dash—macro designed review of 2011 because the threat was so low. the outfit. not guess because was so low. i‘ll get myself capability to make sure we are better protected in future. into trouble! better protected in future. into trouble! i am being told i‘m on my own here which doesn‘t help! de bretton—gordon, thank you very much for your time. with poppies. have worked hard to make this service is a success. my own here which doesn‘t help! i will find this out. sir ken dodd, who's died at the age of 90. will find this out. the cameras are focusing very much on her. a chart topping singer. focusing very much on her. hours. a dress and coat by amanda wakeley and he'd got married just days service is a success. and hat by stephenjones. earlier. just before his mother, accompanied by the duchess of cambridge. and hat by stephenjones. of you wondering, there is the answer. 0ur art5 correspondent david sillito reports. answer. prince harry, wearing a suit from his wardrobe, i suspect. from his wardrobe, i suspect. of fancy were only a part of it. there ken dodd was a torrent we go. ofjoke5. morning. by the duchess of cambridge. geronimo! thank you very impressive white hat, with her fiance, prince harry. fiance, prince harry.
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correctly attired, much. wearing a zeppelin and saying, you'll never sell a sausage that size! we go. tie! commonwealth day service at westminster abbey. 0ffstage he was very private. we will writer, john martin. attired, wearing a tie! will take her to this service of celebration for the commonwealth. leave it and a privilege, to be one of his celebration for there. you‘re watching afternoon live. the commonwealth. sir ken dodd, who‘s died at the age of 90. is perhaps a strong word because it looks quite demure. looks quite demure. script writers for 30 years. mix the paints for van gogh, it was that big an honour. a chart—topping singer. it's doddy, hours. and he‘d got married just days hiya doddy, earlier. how're you our arts correspondent david sillito reports. of fancy were only a part of it. ken dodd was diddling? singles of the 19605. i was startled but then i startled quite easily! a torrent ofjokes. his run at the london palladium fanfare plays. broke records. morning. god geronimo! aspiring performers alongside him remembers how
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save thank you very much. supportive he was. zeppelin and saying, you‘ll never sell the a sausage that size! offstage he was business. very private. villa marina and writer, john martin. things. the same jokes again. he just loved his business. anne was his partner of and a privilege, to be one of his script writers for 30 years. mix the paints for van gogh, it was that big an honour. 40 years. it's doddy, hiya doddy, how're house where he had always lived, in knotty ash in liverpool. ya diddling? public. and i thank you all for being here. singles of the 19605. his run at thank you. the london palladium queen. national anthem played for the queen who is head of the commonwealth. case about his tax affairs. broke records. suitcase. who is head of the commonwealth. should replace her in future as head of that body. aspiring performers alongside him remembers but he was acquitted and itjust became that's
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more materialfor his act. how supportive he was. performing. right. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome ken that says it dodd! should be the business. his roots british head of state. villa marina and head of state. were in that becomes the head of the commonwealth. things. the same jokes again. he just loved his business. music hall. love of being on stage. anne was his partner of 40 years. byjove, missus! of the commonwealth. lead the commonwealth. these things are astonishingly sensitive. house where he had always lived, in knotty ash in liverpool. are astonishingly sensitive. officials on this kind of thing and it‘s very difficult indeed. public. it‘s very difficult indeed. and i thank you all for being here. wants to discuss issues of succession. thank you. case about his sir ken dodd, who has died at the age of 90. always friendly, always why is always funny. tax affairs. always funny. suitcase. succession. may he rest in peace and rise in glory. itself that prince charles does become head of commonwealth. but he was acquitted and itjust became more materialfor his act.
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and rise in glory. genius for laughter and spread happiness wherever he went. performing. happiness wherever he went. ladies and gentlemen, human tickling stick is gone please welcome ken and it's a sad world. dodd! it's a sad world. david walliams has also been on twitter. also been on twitter. simply, comedy flowed his roots were in music hall. through my quarter. love of being on stage. rest in peace sir can. byjove, missus! comedy flowed through sir ken dodd, become head of commonwealth. him, like water. organisation and she has politically in britain. who has died at the age of 90. a lot of people paying water. stick and flowers outside the home of sir ken dodd, who has died. of sir ken dodd, who has died. one other photograph, it is from the have i got news for you team. have i got news for you team. says rip ken dodd, a true knighthood mac — night of comedy. in britain. over some many decades as head of the commonwealth. mac — night of comedy. picture he is apparently being knighted with eight tickling stick. knighted with eight tickling stick. tributes to ken dodd who has died aged 90. the commonwealth. hat worn by meghan markle was designed by stephen jones.
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you're watching afternoon live, hat worn by meghan markle was designed by stephenjones. designed by stephenjones. these are our headlines. 0ur headlines this afternoon. tribute to him on twitter. beatles and always ended up in tears of laughter. and his daughter. of laughter. well, see you the beast from the east. and his daughter. sir ken dodd as she pays tribute to her husband who has died aged 90. it is signed her husband who has brilliant, creative comedian". simply paul mccartney. seen spitting towards a 14—year—old girl. died aged 90. after he was seen spitting at a 14—year—old girl. girl. problems with the start gate in south korea. south korea. 14—year—old girl. athletes failed to get amongst the medals. team‘s offer of a first—team coaching role. medals. means he'll miss the second test against india at lord's. coaching role. 27 days so he will miss the second test against india at lord‘s. —— see you, doddy. motorbike writers with acid in an attempt to steal their motorbikes. attempt to steal their test against india at lord‘s. against india at lord's. cross was delayed after problems with the start gate.
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cummings, and adam hastings among those called up. with the start gate. motorbikes. those called up. british athletes failed to get amongst the medals. more about those stories at 2:30pm, join me again. amongst the medals. the veteran fashion designer hubert de givenchy, has died. corrosive acid, leaving one of his victims with life changing injuries. more on those stories at 3:30pm. in a car while driving. he was ninety—one years old. sir ken dodd, who‘s died at the as a pundit this jackie kennedy, and film star, audrey hepburn. age of 90. hugh schofield is in evening. 2—1, unlucky, jamie! a chart—topping singer. 2—1! hours. and he‘d got married just days earlier. united on saturday. paris. which he will be missed famously remembered. excuse" for his behaviour. 0ur arts correspondent david sillito reports. seriously and strongly condemned his indeed. of fancy were actions. relationship with audrey hepburn was key to his career. and suspended him from his only a part duties. of it. the veteran fashion designer hubert de givenchy, has died. ken dodd was a torrent ofjokes. he was ninety—one years old. morning. geronimo! key to his career. thank you said yes thinking it was katharine hepburn. very much. zeppelin and saying, you‘ll never sell a sausage that size! hepburn. that i haven't seen your movies but please take a look. 0ffstage he was
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star, audrey hepburn. very private. audrey hepburn and made him a superstar. writer, john martin. and a privilege, to be one of his script writers for 30 years. superstar. katharine hepburn, the other actors with the same surname. mix the paints for van gogh, it was that big an honour. please take a look. it's doddy, hiya doddy, at tiffany's with that little black dress. with the same surname. thinking it was the then more famous katherine hepburn. katherine dress. how're ya diddling? hepburn. charmed him and continued to do so for the next 30 years. best creators of clothes can achieve. singles of the 19605. his run at achieve. the london palladium aristocratic background and worked with some very well—known names. with some very well—known names. he is a french icon, isn't he. broke records. is a french icon, aspiring performers alongside him remembers for the next 30 years. tiffany‘s with the black sheath dress that she wore became iconic. isn't he. the other how supportive he was. designer whose name i have forgotten! business.
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yves saint laurent! villa marina and dress that she wore became iconic. jackie kennedy, elizabeth tailor and others sought him out to dress them. was from the golden age of others sought him paris design which liberated women. out to dress design which liberated women. they could dress much more liberally. things. could dress the same jokes again. he just loved his business. much more anne was his partner of 40 years. house where he had always lived, in knotty ash in liberally. show separates, jackets, trousers, dresses and skirts separately. liverpool. dresses and public. and i thank you all for being here. them. and they would seek out a personal couturier to dress them. thank you. case about his tax couturier to dress them. family and had an aristocratic bearing, he was popular with them. bearing, he was popular with affairs. them. suitcase. from his background and that appealed to him. appealed to but he was acquitted and itjust became more materialfor his act. performing. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome ken dodd!
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him. in the 19805, and then more or less disappeared from view. his roots were in music hall. love of being on stage. disappeared from view. discretion at home in paris, he had a big house to the west of paris. byjove, missus! a big house sir ken to the west dodd, who of paris. skirts separately. grabbing stars who paid little attention to the lives of women. has died how big a deal will this be in paris? at the attention to the lives of age of women. usual, each era has its own, i was from my era, the eras have changed. from my era, the eras have changed. paris? 90. with his innate discretion he hadn‘t made a big show of himself. a lot of people paying tribute to him on twitter. hugh, thank you. made a big show of himself. been watching the news and it is mentioned, yet not a major story. for his father's death mentioned, yet not a in iraq. likely to endanger life. our correspondent richard lister is at the old bailey. major story.
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there and alive, run by big names like mcqueen recently. like mcqueen recently. what else has the jury been hearing, richard? it‘s very much there. him on twitter. richard? he arrived in the uk in october 2015 as a refugee. they say, may the laughs continue, rip the beast from the east. him very well, comedian and entertainer bernie clifton. entertainer bernie clifton. you like ken had that love theatre. he was an inspiration. inspiration. i grew up just down the road from him in st helens. much there. as a refugee. road from him in st helens. happier to wear the clothes that they became a student angie was a mentor to him. could move around him. everything was another dimension! nobody says, byjove! to him. what you brought to the entertainment business. they could move around him. trauma, frightened and confused, but she said he was also very angry. between the very wealthy and the personal could julienne. personal could julienne. she said he was also very angry. blown up in iraq and entertainment business. the british were responsible. audience and i thought, if only i could get anywhere near that. could get anywhere near that. the lunacy, the visual analogy. fatwas hugh schofield from paris. impaired super giant lunacy, the were responsible. chilcot inquiry and she said the anger was very clear on his behalf. visual analogy. everything he did was on a higher plane than anyone else was doing. slalom. anger was very clear on plane than anyone else
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was doing. the word inspiration, it really fits the bill. three, the country is in 14th position in the games. his behalf. to say isis has accepted your donation. donation. who is also chair of uk sport. thank you for coming in. he told her, it is my duty to hate britain. the bill. have closed by the time pleasure. britain. he ended his jove! let‘s look at how we are doing there. children's home where ahmed hassan left. jove! left. grown—up kids to see him, to illustrate what he was all about. you were there recently. conversation about illustrate what he therefore the winter olympics, the nominally cold, yet spectacular. the death nominally cold, yet spectacular. was all about. incredible to be of his father. where i have been this weekend, even more poignantly. part of. of team spirit is it similar to the other olympics? other olympics? more poignantly. the summer olympics, for the winter programme. father. microphone and said, i only came out to test the microphone! killed and he said he blamed america. and on he went. went. programme. psychology of a joke america. this young man was very troubled by what had happened to him in iraq. every seven seconds. go to support what had happened to him the other team seconds. at the second and then you would laugh, and he had got you. laugh, and he had got you. in iraq. members. you would just go under. also causing an explosion likely to endanger life. just go under. one of his favourite phrases was, do you give in? phrases was, do you give in?
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the trial continues. at the end you just had to give in. members. compete at this level in this way astounds me, it is tough normally. richard lister at the end you just had to give in. it was a wonderful one torrent of hysteria. astounds me, it is old bailey, thank you. a wonderful one torrent of hysteria. i will never forget it. pleased i took my kids to see him at the time. tough normally. the time. skier to trust that the instructions will get you through. thank you. comic genius down to natural talent but he worked very hard about. he was an academic. corrosive liquid leaving one victim with life changing injuries. doing us in every way. proud. proud. into the east river in new york last night. also for the first time, the nordic skiing event. nordic skiing event. after being pulled out of the water by rescuers — but died later. we didn‘t win, but my word we did rather the pilot managed to d.. free himself. well. but my word we did rather well. comedians, he worshipped the old musical comedians. this was our competitor. scott musical comedians. mina. do you think when you see team gb performing in this way? there, he made notes and wrote copiously. performing in an investigation will be held to determine the cause of the crash. after apparently spitting towards a 14—year—old girl while in a car. 14—year—old girl while in a car. was due to appear tonight as a pundit on a discussion programme. this way? pundit on a discussion programme. 2—1, unlucky, jamie. great, channel 4 has 2—1! won awards for it.
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copiously. anything, any topic at all, he would never be stuck. never be 2-1! it. see events we‘ve never seen before and see how they are participating. former side's 2—1 defeat by manchester united on saturday. and see how they are participating. stuck. it is great to see here for long time and is not aware of the procedure. what is possible. we had great hopes for our snowboarders. of the procedure. manchester united on saturday. excuse for his behaviour which he called a moment of madness. opened, he nudged me and said, what is happening. is happening. it didn‘t happen called a moment of i said, just reading the minutes. as hoped. hoped. it did not quite starters it was meant to, how that happen? the minutes. quick as a flash, he said, i don‘t deal in minutes. madness. matter extremely seriously and strongly condemned his actions. was meant to, said, i don‘t deal in minutes. had this wonderful brain, he had a strongly condemned his actions. door. door. today, but there never will be another. in person and suspended him from his duties. another. commonwealth day service at westminster abbey. will be on wednesday, thursday, on friday and a bit of saturday! how that happen? expect to be successful in, this is why we have higher hopes for them. with the monarch. friday and a bit of why we have higher hopes for them. saturday! let‘s talk about the curling, moment that personifies his genius perhaps? that is going well. 0ur royal correspondentjonny dymond is at westminster abbey. .. so, jonny... .. you are overexcited, and hugh simon! is going well. curling in the winter games, and another winter paralympics. very!
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will see the queen and michael marble in the same shot. perhaps? blinking, harold, it‘ll work its way out. another winter paralympics. base in sterling and marble in the same shot. cardiff and edinburgh and most recently to birmingham. they are a great team. out. recently to great team. something that will never be replaced. at the moment you could not ask for much more from them. birmingham. replaced. hasn't done is a full scale full colour royal occasion. it was a torrent, simon, torrent not ask for much more from of hysteria. torrent of hysteria. them. in the end you a competitor is it gave in. quite frustrating watching this? such an awful day. colour royal occasion. the mostjuniorfirst, then going up the scale to her majesty the queen. to say, what a beautiful day, what a beautiful day. beautiful day. the scale to her majesty watching this? spectator, on the other side of the fence, it was the winter games. and today is, what an awful day. the queen. the first of many official engagements like this. fence, it was the winter games. awful day. have ambitions to compete in those events. events. table, that you were going to send to him today. i can ski but not that well, not even vaguely! to him today. doing the music hall on friday and saturday and brought a home with me. not even saturday and brought a home with vaguely! i was suppressed ridged and lucky but it is time for other people. but it is time for other people. although even knowing that you still want to be there doing it yourself. me. ill, but i had no idea of the extent of his illness. want to be there doing it yourself. but it‘s lovely still to be working in sport and part of the team.
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engagements like this. of his illness. direction of the commonwealth in the and i put a stamp on the envelope to post this morning. post this morning. in sport and part of the team. coming years. massive issue, we saw that with the winter olympics as well. winter olympics as well. and it is lots of sports, they all want money. sports, they all want money. coming years. in front of it is a and the presence of the queen, why isn't harry wearing a tie? me. front of me. difficult one. itjust adds to the sense isn't harry wearing a tie? of loss, simon. want to call your old—fashioned sense of loss, simon. difficult one. role of chair of uk sport it was a big challenge, a big new role. thank you for talking about it. but maybe you are! maybe you are! big challenge, a big talking about it. and the loss of someone who was clearly a friend of yours. new role. i don't clearly a friend of yours. bernie clifton, thank you very much. not realised how, every day it is basically problem—solving. know is the simple basically problem—solving. that come arjen robben opportunities to make the system better. answer! simple answer! he has been tieless for a while. thank you. 49 people have been killed when a passenger plane crashed. to make the system better. paralympic and olympic sport and how we invest and how we enable. for a while. passenger plane crashed. we invest and how we enable. their way into westminster abbey for the service. field, 22 people are being treated amazing opportunities because of the the service. for injuries. national lottery. national lottery. i'll be in the queue just ahead of you. there is less coming in. thank you simon! coming in. that level is really very challenging. service from westminster abbey at a quarter to three on bbc one. quarter to three on bbc one. for injuries. appear on sky sports as a pundit this evening.
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2-1, mate, unlucky, jamie, 2-1! challenging. but the funding is less so it‘s getting harder. getting harder. i have read that you said we are ok until tokyo. after that? that? jamie, 2-1! we don't know how much money we will get to invest again. now the weather with ben. it, he later said there was no excuse for his behaviour. the track but look at those mountains. mountains. that is not how it looks a few weeks ago... excuse for his behaviour. in person and suspended him from his duties. we will get to invest again. you‘re watching afternoon live. have discussions with the government the veteran fashion designer a few weeks ago... to see where we go temperatures sub days and days and winter olympics, a lot of snow. winter olympics, a lot of snow. hubert de givenchy, has next. you can see that has changed. died. what are the other issues. the other issues. looking after sportsmen and sportswomen once they stop sport. can see he was 91 sportswomen once they stop sport. there are mental health issues that has there. years old. changed. temperature subzero for days and days and days. there. speaking out, notjust in sport, in all walks of life. days and days. on the temperature chart, if dean, 16 degrees. 16 degrees. you are not going to get a lot of snow sticking around. a lot of snow sticking around. star, audrey hepburn. it was the collaboration with audrey hepburn that put him on the map. —— 15, hepburn that put him on all walks of life. athletes but the end point is inevitable, everyone at some point. inevitable, everyone at some point. 16 degrees. —— 15,16 degrees. and will need to continue with it is going to improve. her life.
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the map. his paris studio in 1953, 1954 and he thought it was katharine hepburn! he thought it was katharine hepburn! improve. life. frontal system pushing through, the other hepburn make sure that transition is as mother is possible. rain and snow. and snow. actress. significantly colder, more like you mother is possible. sport is doping, something every winter olympics has been tainted by. would expect. that then more winter olympics has been tainted famous katharine hepburn, would expect. it was audrey by. freezing, probably better news sport which we might be seeing more of, in the coming days. for them. hepburn. what about a little closer to home? of, in the coming days. politics and sport and the power that politicians use sport with? that politicians use sport home? about and got yourself into some sunshine. degrees at best by the time we get through to next weekend. hepburn, it was audrey hepburn. taylor, many others, sought him out to dress them. with? through to next weekend. our role to keep pushing sport to be as good as it should be.
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patchy rain, and then overnight, the as good as it should be. do you get angry when you see those reports? rain will slowly there a way. angry when you see those reports? rain will slowly there do when i feel people have let sport down. a way. and fog, and temperatures may dip low enough for a touch of frost. low enough for a touch of frost. many places will stick above freezing. down. cycling, of course, do you feel the same? same? some issues that needed to be addressed. addressed. the most important thing now is the response. freezing. amount of bright weather, some sunshine through tuesday afternoon. now is the response. costs, winning at all costs, where is the line? that is at the heart of many of these issues. sunshine through tuesday afternoon. many of these issues. fairly light wind, that will feel nice. i agree with that, there is... nice. that, there is... people talked about the system being under no compromise to values. trying to squash its way in from the atlantic. atlantic. under no compromise to values. seen massive improvements since the national lottery came in. on wednesday, particularly in the west. to dress them. wind coming from a mild place. paris, and he had a big house to
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wednesday the west of paris. west of paris. looks how big a deal will this national lottery came in. enabling you to reach the best opportunity and potential you have. like be in france? opportunity and potential you being... eastern side of england. these and amount of sunshine to be had. have. have said, no compromise, winning at all costs... amount of sunshine to be had. this be in france? temperatures in the sunshine, 14 or 15 degrees. ago, because he all costs... as an athlete or working in the organisation. had disappeared from view. organisation. be made, but also, should be in a healthy environment. healthy 15 degrees. outbreaks of rain, quite breezy as well, and then we get to the end. well, and then we get to the end. i pressure will environment. build. flourish and that is how it should be. pressure will build. the easterly wind will be. be a it has never meant, medals at any cost. cold wind. wind will be a cold wind. the return of wintry showers. you are enjoying this new role? role? this is worked longer hours than we ever have as an athlete. bbc news, have as an athlete.
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our latest headlines. we can talk about it, thank you very much. there were ordinary scenes at crufts last night. attack on an ex—russian double—agent and his daughter. goodwill, what about you, have you been tickled by goodwill? view. tim norman has more. canines of all breeds and sizes compete to be best in show. died at the age of relationship between the wealthy and their couturier. compete to be best in show. thank you very much. 90. she headed to the podium, this happen. towards a 14 year old girl. has died at home in happen. security staff, no animals or owners were harmed. france. were harmed. condemns crufts for what it calls extreme dog breeding.
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let‘s have a look at the weather forecast. places will see temperatures holding above freezing. best remembered for his relationship with audrey hepburn. wearing a tie, but the pictures were in fact outdated. in fact outdated. is somebody who is not going to get me out of this! extreme dog breeding. me out of this! of both dogs and people at risk, in a hugely irresponsible way. of embarrassment there, let alone mine. a hugely irresponsible way. tease, she seemed in tiley unfazed by the whole event. by the whole event. mine. for the winter olympics, 95% of the snow is artificial, all snow cannon. best, and most calm, in show. above freezing. snow is artificial, all —— entirely snow cannon. particularly in the west, for a time at least it will be very mild. stuff, much more gritty and gripping. and his daughter. who‘s died at the gripping. open at the same time, did not quite work!
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unfazed. allowed time age of 90. for talking where he was seen spitting towards a in the commons. commons. work! paralympics, all three failing to get among the medals. get among the medals. 14—year—old girl. about the treatment of house of commons staff, that news coming in. that disrupted the has died at home in rhythm. the rhythm. going to miss one of the tests this summer. summer. ollie foster has all of the sports. france. stokes for the second test against sport now, and news about michael carrick. india this summer. breaking news, sport now, and news about michael carrick. india this summer. you have two stop, just like you and i. you and i, and he says he will retire at the end of the season. expected to last between five to seven days. seven days. retire at the end of the season. the lord's test starts on the ninth. and—tastic on the ninth. carrick. because of a —— because of any regular heart rhythm. regular heart rhythm. —— because he has irregular heart rhythm.
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career. has irregular heart rhythm. gerrard frank lampard combination in the centre of the england midfield. the centre of the england midfield. incident outside a bristol nightclub in september last year. tottenham for 18 million thousand six, 34 england caps. system, designed to simplify the wonderful process. six, 34 england caps. following wayne rooney‘s departure to everton in the summer. process. seek out specific skills suited to the different formats of the game. to everton in the summer. the different formats of the game. the scouts will report to a three—strong selection panel. tells you it is time to stop. that is where i am at". three—strong selection panel. midfielder. a 40 yard pass, people likened him at white hart lane to glenn hoddle. nations match against italy this weekend. is where i am at". at white hart lane to glenn hoddle. coaching role at the end of the season underjose mourinho. having that weekend. adam hastings, so there could be a debut in store for one of them. ability. season underjose mourinho. debut in store for one of them. there was to win, he will retire at the end of the season. perhaps deserved, but he will call it a day at the end of the season. the end of the season. and it will hit one of our test matches. of our test matches. indeed. indeed. without ben stokes for the second test against india this summer. against india this summer. test against india this summer. it‘s expected to last between five to seven days. to seven days. five to seven days. the lord‘s test starts on the ninth. saturday's defeat by ireland with a back problem. month's games against costa rica and hungary. the lord‘s test starts on the ninth. starts on the ninth.
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hungary. selection of his second spell in charge of the national team. charge of the national team. for scotland despite being availbale for england. outside a bristol nightclub in september last year. incident outside a bristol nightclub in september last year. announced a new scouting system, designed to simplify the for england. norwich defenderjamal lewis and falkirk goalkeeper conor hazard. process. falkirk goalkeeper conor hazard. this month's friendly against south korea at windsor park. skills suited to the different formats of the game. korea at windsor park. it really has been dragging on for quite a long time. lewis scoring against chelsea in the fa cup this season. miss the second fa cup this season. test because he sport for now, more in the next hour. will be in court. be in court. their snowboarders made their winter paralympics debut. their snowboarders made their winter pa ralympics debut. their snowboarders made their winter paralympics debut. thank you very much. paralympics debut. technical issues, as our reporter kate grey explains. health, to prop up other yes, there's services. as £10 million to public health england. been all the scouts will report to a three—strong selection panel. tom barton has the details. technical issues, as our reporter kate grey explains. sorts of smoking—related deaths each year... anti—smoking drives and healthy eating. score is below the uk average. problems at on improving the health of local people. kate grey explains.
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problem, and they replaced it with a rope. rope. the snowboarding. spending that money. obviously not ideal for a paralympic games. could not fix the problem, and they replaced it with a rope. money on other obviously not ideal for a paralympic things. games. forced to repay some of that cash. paralympic games. this is the paralympics, we want to northamptonshire's finances are already in on, this is the paralympics, we want to race. race. put on a good dire straits. to race. as officials worried it might run out general, because we want to put on a good show. of cash. show. and closing 21 good show. get another chance in the banks slalom later in the week. chance in the banks slalom later in libraries. the week. have broken the they will go in the super combined, hopefully more medals slalom later in the week. rules. at northamptonshire county council, which super combined, hopefully more medals to come. is that money is really final six nations match against italy this
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weekend. tight. things a little too far. and potentially spending ring—fenced money outside the rules. to come. that's a big issue, isn't it? so there could be a debut in store for one of them. for this month‘s games against costa rica and absolutely it's a big issue. you would expect people to know the rules and stick hungary. by ireland with a back problem. of the national team. —— tommy seymour. despite being availbale for england. for this month‘s games against costa rica and within them. hungary. in charge of the national was outside the rules. team. despite being availbale for england. and wolves full—back barry douglas are among six new faces. recently, that is an understatement, but going pretty well on the road. but going pretty well on the and wolves full—back barry douglas are among six new faces. road. contention to win the tirreno—adriatico race in italy... ups to norwich defenderjamal lewis and falkirk goalkeeper conor that money wasn't misappropriated. tirreno—adriatico race in italy... fourth place — while team—mate michal kwiatkowski leads. hazard. against south korea at windsor michal kwiatkowski leads. investigation into over—use of his asthma medication last year. in northamptonshire. asthma medication last year. pack after the welshman had a puncture. county council is puncture. kittel won the penultimate stage six. run. giving more details about what went wrong six. at this troubled council.
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tom barton, bbc news, park. with you for the rest of the afternoon. afternoon. not sure if that is good news, thank you very much. northampton. could spread some diseases, posing a threat to wildlife. kwiatkowski in tomorrow‘s time trial. as helen briggs reports. at a service to mark commonwealth day. feeding wild birds. tonight, on inside out, at 7:30pm, and everywhere, on the bbc iplayer. feeding birds may not always be good for removed from her post, apparently against her will. joined herfiance and other senior royals at westminster abbey. commonwealth countries. against her will. an ‘employment issue‘ is investigated. investigated. their health. our royal correspondentjonny dymond is at westminster abbey. of disease—causing agents at those locations. all cameras focused on claims she‘s the victim of a bullying culture in the party. while trying to land at kathmandu airport. feathers and lethargy. airport. ploughed through a fence into the football field. football field. to each other.
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follow simple precautions. 22 people are being treated for injuries. the past year, according to a new report. that they need to be responsible report. physicians has found growing pressures on nhs staff. pressures on nhs staff. if they are feeding birds. correspondent adina campbell reports. and what signs of disease look like. of care have gotten worse over the if you her. see signs six different denominations of last months. of disease, the christian faith alone! period a year ago. you should 10% higher than last year. take action. 92% said they had experienced staff shortages, up again by almost 10%. coming back to her 7% higher than 12 months garden. of a shock, because i don‘t do it very often. it is rather a pain to do it. ago. college of physicians. we willjust have to bother. we share our gardens with. christian faith alone! britain, and some
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up again by almost 10%. of the poorest. here at the abbey, is what gives the commonwealth its strength. the next two years. but some doctors say they often feel they are having commonwealth its strength. to do more for less. the commonwealth but also something of a thank you towards the queen. adina campbell, helen briggs, bbc news. a rise of more than 40% in the last decade. a new phase of her life. of a thank you towards the queen. officials who came to the service today. bbc news. how are you feeling? today. it was a very relaxed affair, people were smiling. a rise of more than 40% in the last decade. of normal, the routine. were smiling. tee has been locked up for her own safety for almost two years. —— interesting that use that word celebration. no sharp objects, not even a mirror. decade. just after turning 18. use that word celebration. i just remember feeling every emotion under the sun. affair, that is very much how she feels as she prepares to leave hospital and begin a new phase of her life. about it? i was scared. feels about i felt upset that i've let my family down, i it? an extension of her family but as a family of nations. family of nations. and talks about it in incredibly warm terms as well.
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i'm a bit nervous. felt a bit lost. awhile so it becomes kind of normal, the routine. it in incredibly warm and i started to realise that that tee has been locked up for her own safety for almost two years. was what i needed. no sharp objects, not even they didn't section me for no reason. a mirror. there was obviously a reason just after turning 18. i just remember feeling every emotion under the sun. why. i was scared. one of the biggest secure mental health hospitals in the country. it‘s the first time news cameras i felt upset that i've let my family down, i felt a bit lost. have been allowed to film here. and i started to realise that that was what i needed. tee‘s problems started when she they didn't section me for no reason. terms as well. currently at its head, with her leadership. there was obviously a reason why. was 14. one of the biggest secure mental health hospitals in the country. and am glad it‘s the first time news cameras have been allowed to film here. tee‘s problems started when she nothing worked. like i couldn't cope anymore. tee, it's almost time to leave hospital. leadership. how do you think you've done in the full diversity of the commonwealth. was 14. commonwealth. family are concerned, there is a baby and a wedding to come. and am glad nothing worked. your time here? baby and a wedding to like i couldn't cope anymore. i would be tee, it's almost time to leave hospital. here forever. tee has worked hard to how do you think you've done in your time here? get to this point.
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i would be here with therapy and medication, she‘s learned to forever. tee has worked hard to get to this point. manage her emotions. with therapy and medication, she‘s learned to manage her emotions. hospitals in england has gone come. the royalfamily, and so no doubt for you and for me as well! for you and for me as well! hospitals in england has gone up 40% in a up 40% in a decade. decade. the majority of our the majority of our patients are detained patients. patients are detained patients. they are here under a section of the mental health they are here under a section of the mental health act. —— princess eugenie. act. there who could replace the ladies who are leaving. there who could replace the ladies who are leaving. why apparently against her will. why are numbers so high? are mental health described as an ‘employment issue‘ is investigated. numbers services. the criteria for getting help as an adult is different. so waiting times culture in the party. high? mental health are longer. services. up taking an the criteria for getting help as an adult is different. into the east river in new york last night. overdose. waiting times but died later. it really made me the pilot managed to free himself. are longer. worse. up taking an they don't care so i overdose. don't care. it really made me an investigation will be held to determine the cause of the crash. worse. they don't care so i it was really difficult having that period of no support. don't care. and that‘s how many young people at kathmandu airport.
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onto a football field. describe that process. like optimal for young it was really difficult having that period of no support. and that‘s how many young people people. to adult mental health services at 25 rather than 18. describe that process. like optimal for young the treatment they should expect. twenty—two people are being treated for injuries. graham satchell, bbc news. people. health, to prop up other to adult mental health services at 25 rather services. than 18. million to public health the treatment they should expect. england. and his daughter in salisbury. you did it. we did. tee is one success story. who‘s died at the age tom barton has the details. there are over 1,000 smoking—related deaths each year... of 90. anti—smoking drives and healthy eating. after he was seen score is below the uk average. graham satchell, bbc news. spitting towards a 14—year—old attack on an ex—russian double—agent and his daughter. on improving the health of local people. and his daughter. spending that money. girl. over the british engineering giant gkn has been ratcheted up. money on gkn has been ratcheted up. restructuring businesses has upped its offer to £81 billion pounds. its offer to £81 billion pounds.
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this it says is a final offer. black hawk helicopters, volkswagen and ford cars. other things. record numbers forced to repay some of customers of that cash. are switching he was seen spitting towards a 14—year—old girl. over the british engineering giant gkn has been ratcheted up. northamptonshire‘s finances are already in dire gkn has been ratcheted up. electricity supplier. its offer to £81 billion pounds. the highest number yet. this it says is a final offer. straits. over a million customers have switched as officials worried it might run out of cash. so far this year. black hawk helicopters, volkswagen and ford cars. and closing 21 will lose theirjobs this and took off from heathrow. week. by the crisis at the company 4 million passengers in libraries. one month, february. 4% more than this time last year. have broken the rules. and latin america. and it‘s notjust passengers. at northamptonshire county council, which is that money cargo traffic is up for the 19th month in a row. and another high street restaurant company is feeling to 1,536. us market is doing rather well at the end of the week, less so now. is really tight. things a little too far. the pinch. and potentially spending ring—fenced money outside the rules. and bella italia. absolutely it's a big issue. you would expect people to know the rules and stick
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losses in the year to may 2017 increased 18% to £60 million. confidence levels and the broader impact on discretionary the end of the week, less so now. imports by the americans, in particular by president trump. within them. spending". talking electricity, customers particular by president trump. there is a retaliatory tit—for—tat trades war going on. switching suppliers. switching suppliers. was outside the rules. what has been happening over the last year, a year ago, 5. last year, a year ago, 5. 5 million, the year before that, 4. that money wasn‘t misappropriated. —— boeing. the year before that, 4. it is in the system and may start to manifest itself in later months. are in the united kingdom, have a guess. there are six listed... 20? manifest itself in later months. in northamptonshire. 60! county council is run. that is a giving more details about what went wrong at this troubled council. huge number! tom barton, bbc news, .. a private company but it says losses got worse last year. look at the consumer website, it lists 30, which? —— cafe rouge. behind that, you
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lists 30, which? northampton. why more and more people are switching. switching. explain some of the other reason why this is happening. —— retail champion. have some really... finally, next month, you have wage hikes, in the business rates. hikes, in the business rates. —— rate hikes. rate hikes. you call it a hike, it is a rise. well... a hike is something dramatic, it may not be. something dramatic, it may not champion. be. choose to switch, the process is seamless. and then everywhere on the bbc iplayer. 37,000 shops, above inflation, that is a hike. i stand corrected... ok, let‘s talk about g k n, this is... that is very important. and his daughter in salisbury. consumer spending, and people are tightening their belts. who‘s died at the age of 90. after he was seen spitting towards a 14—year—old let‘s talk about g k n, this is... tightening their belts. deal go through? in spending and trying to tighten our belts a little bit. g k n do not want it to go our belts a little bit. . girl.
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gkn has been ratcheted dropbox. up. it was going to list two or three years ago. years ago. 1 billion. some people will be wondering what it is... this it says is a final offer. volkswagen and ford wondering what it is... large files, go and get them from the cloud and it comes back down... the cloud and it comes back down... you can see my tech... my technology have one as i make those moves! cars. "will stand up to the bullies" over protectionism. have one as i make those moves! joe can give us a better description of what it is all about. of what it is all about. actually in new york. through. doing today but to what it could be doing tomorrow. new york. what is it, why is it suddenly going to be very popular! suddenly going to be very popular! steel and aluminium. record numbers of customers are switching electricity supplier. think it is going to switching electricity supplier. than 660,000 people changed in february — the highest number yet. raise $7 billion. february — the highest number yet. —— melrose. customers have switched so far this year. up to see which way gk end is in the news again. this bid is going higher and higher. bid is going the wind starts to blow.
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higher and higher. and sells them on, turns them around and sells them on. to blow. —— week, why aren‘t they a bit more going a bit stronger? gkn. said no, they billion. have got a classmates and colleagues if you are a business. deal sorted already. already. what is going on between a business. these two at the moment. going a bit stronger? from concept all the way to wall street. indeed, the momentum initially carried on over in today. —— drew houston. -- drew houston. ago, valued at $10 billion, now, probably going to make $7 billion. probably going to make $7 billion. having missed carried on over in today. decades that trade wars tend not to be good for anyone. be good for anyone.
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retails, we tell restaurants, we got this business rate hike... at the moment. this business rate hike... security with regard to aerospace and took exception to the word, but i‘m calling it a hike!... took exception to the word, but i‘m calling ita hike!... the boat? employment. competing with amazon and google and microsoft. calling ita hike!... pressures on the cost for a lot of these companies now. these companies microsoft. and employment. has 11 million people around the world to pay for it. business then you with that world to pay for it. going forward. eventually it will become profitable. thank you very much. did not use his hands once(! ) real professional! you knows what he's about! forward. march, just under 6% of shareholders have already appealed to the deal. have already appealed to the deal. about! they have put up their bid up to 8 billion from 7. 1 billion. —— agree to the deal. —— gkn. and —— gkn and. now. yet... and yet it goes down, gkn goes down...? ? —— jeet kn. company, they may merge the motor group with, ghana industries. group with, ghana restaurants or indeed the high street is as strong.
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industries. -- gkn. superbrands, it has pushed british airways of the top. investors don‘t seem to think so. there, not an enormous amount of enthusiasm for this bid. enthusiasm for this bid. at the moment. the biggest fall on the ftse, down about... three quarters of 1%. —— fall. i will see you next week. see you later. some diseases, posing a threat to wildlife. the. wildlife. no, it will be late lego. on this week. well that is 15 seconds of my life that i shan‘t be getting back. interesting if you compare it to ryanair, not in the top 20. ryanair, not in the top 20. to be regularly disinfected, as helen briggs reports. day out and yet had massive problems last year. that i shan‘t be getting back. say that feeding birds may not always be good for their health. last year. a build—up of disease—causing agents one big problem at the top can cause problems. problems. this goes into several sectors, including ours. at those locations. in north—west england. for more on this, let‘s talk to science correspondent victoria gill. science correspondent victoria gill. fluffed up feathers and lethargy. sectors, including ours. like this, they can pass diseases of its particular broadcasting category, and sky has taken over. category, and sky has to each other. taken ovenm terms of brand image. this sounds very worrying! terms of brand image. is the first outside, it looked very woolly, marketing speak. difficult to know...
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systematic study of know... sometimes exacting what people are trying to define with it. an entire river basin. simple precautions. people are trying to define with it. looking at 500 different brand of toothpaste. entire river basin. toothpaste. plastics are being distributed through riverbeds. whatever happens, that is the one i‘m going to take. if they are feeding birds. and what signs of disease look like. if you i‘m going to take. see signs looking at that one, recognising the name. that is what sells the product. of disease, you should —— rural areas. product. grounds for these very small pieces of plastic. bedrock on which everything is based. take action. coming back to her based. of plastic. that where it is coming from, people dumping things? garden. knocked off their top perch, about that is a bit of a shock, because i don‘t do it very often. it can be a problem. it is rather a pain to do it. we willjust have be a problem. how do you see them, is there a pattern? can we deduce anything from it? to bother. safeguard the health of the
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birds we share our gardens with. helen briggs, bbc dumping things? something that needs monitoring and focus. it? brand that has a long—term business future. focus. shapes, fragments that are jagged and broken down pieces of litter. and broken down pieces of litter. also fibres future. for, strong point of view, people paid to see a 1. paid to see a 1. commercial for the lego brand and the lego movie. and microbeads. banned, so researchers want to go on to see the ban is having an effect. the lego movie. to see the ban is news. not surprisingly a has bride—to—be, meghan markle, will be arriving. been knocked off. having an effect. —— prince interesting movers elsewhere as well. micro—fragments and microbeads contributing to this. harry. the queen will also be attending. will also be attending. coverage on bbc one a little contributing to this. later on. sewerage, or is it something wider than that? well. sometimes, how these things are perceived? on.
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coming in from scotland yard. perceived? coming back to you and generating returns. than that? let‘s have a look at the weather forecast. that means they are coming into the channel very quickly. returns. dip away again by the time we get concerned, you do not into next weekend. into next weekend. have do love it struggle to get a 5 degrees, some wintry showers. but people respect it. channel very quickly. out where the tiny fragments of plastic are coming from. plastic are coming from. it but people respect it. these days, if you years ago that would have been a radical thought(! would have been a radical thought(! john lewis and marks & spencer on high street. john lewis falling sharply. marks and spencer, thank you very much. roaring up. up. do you think anything is going on there? on there? statement from theresa may in the house of commons. house of commons. changing perceptions of the companies? wintry showers. the companies? own perception challenges as well, john lewis still powering on. east, temperatures holding above freezing in most places. john lewis still
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powering on. different headlines, different perceptions were applied. first, let‘s get a look at the weather forecast. to get to 5 degrees and there could be wintry showers. perceptions were applied. bharat barack obama brands, working in different ways. in different ways. long term, that is what the brands are for, long—term rounds. freezing in most places. of next weekend but nine or ten or 11 degrees, not feeling so bad. are for, long—term rounds. 11 degrees, not feeling so —— both bad. strong brands. strong brands. pressure tries to squash through atlantic. thank you very much forjoining us. make it very atlantic. quick. direction, feeding mild air across the earlier, we were talking about gkn, one of the big fall is. country. be wintry showers. east, temperatures easily holding above freezing. the country. one of the big fall is. time, carluccio, jamie oliver‘s restaurants, all having problems. above restaurants, all having problems. about far how —— how far east it will get. will get. strong wind, dale, in western areas. sector wide problem. yes, it is changing eating habits. freezing. changing eating habits. —— gkn one of the big falls. particular, we are expecting a decent amount of sunshine. decent amount of sunshine. western areas. sunshine, temperatures could get up to 14 or maybe 15 degrees. of the big falls. southwest, plenty of sunshine around. to 14 or maybe 15 degrees. restaurant at the forefront of those changing habits. see you later. —— strong winds, gales. around. thank you very much. nine, ten, 11 degrees, not feeling too bad.
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winds, gales. south, colderfurther north, some rain at times. rain at times. allowing us to bring in more of an easterly wind. too bad. direction, feeding mild air across the country. the country. wednesday‘s forecast shapes up like this. easterly wind. let‘s catch up with the weather forecast. slowly easing away east —— isobars. as we had through wet weather will get, but with the evening. it, strong wind. through the evening. could be cold enough for a touch of frost. frost. most places will see the temperatures holding above freezing. strong wind. sunshine, your temperatures could get up to 14 or maybe 15 degrees. get up to 14 or maybe 15 degrees. the south, something colder showing its hand further north. its hand further temperatures holding above freezing. gone, still will not feel too bad around seven to 11 degrees.
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around seven to 11 degrees. north.
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