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especially the attorney general, who i have met personally. stateside? everton and move to dc united in a deal worth about £12. i have met personally. in the tennis world? that human rights are not to be violated. 5 million. will have more in half an hour's time. i will have more in half an hour's time. we can, kyle edmonds doing brilliant stuff in madrid. and we'll be talking to the couple's lawyer. thanks katherine. the sport. a12. the other main stories on bbc news at 5pm... news. to be willing to leave goodison park. kat downes. up and becomes the focus of all helen willets has all the weather. that attention. a 12. many will want a repeat performance of last weekend. but the bank of england says it's still optimistic on the ecomony. attention. of last weekend. stuff in madrid. with north korean leader kim thanks. an kyle edmund is dealing with it very well. dc united could be on and we have the details for you. unfortunately it is not going to be like that. recently, down to 12, still well above kyle edmonds who is number 22. the weather above kyle edmonds who is number the weather not going to be like that. 22. forecast? computer models and i will fill you in on thatjust before half past. of cloud heading our way tomorrow and for the weekend. more detail shortly. beaten david goffin, number 12 in the world. the world. forecast? weekend so i will look at that in more detail shortly. thanks. another big scalp for kyle edmonds to claim. with it very well. kyle edmonds to claim. wimbledon just around the corner. also to the top of the rich list of just around the corner. he will be in the top 20 for the first time. young uk musicians. you have been waiting for me to mention it. coming been waiting for me first hello everyone to mention it. thanks. lots of twitter suggestions, none of time. — this which i can repeat. up. world, a remarkable achievement for kyle edmund. i hope you willjoin me later when is afternoon aitor karanka hedgehogs! health. which i can repeat. live. kyle edmund. breathing space to do his thing and he has stepped up. kingdom, as alternative names for henman hill and murray aitor karanka hedgehogs! —— when i talk about hedgehogs! mount. hello everyone hello he has stepped henman hill and murray mount. took us the whole of the last hour to come up with those. — this to come up with those. it's all we've been working on. everyone up. you are already putting pressure on him yourself, he has two! — is afternoon this
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is afternoon live. waited an awfully long time i'm simon mccoy. him yourself, he has two! by colonel gaddafi's henchmen, and jailed for live. the headlines, with andy murray being a doubt. being a doubt. waited an awfully long time for. wayne rooney is six years. for their "appalling" treatment. 0ur security correspondent frank gardner reports. for. and jailed for on the move? frank gardner principle that could see him leave everton for dc united in the mls. and jailed for six years. for their "appalling" treatment. everton for dc united in the mls. 0ur security correspondent frank gardner reports. rejoined everton last year from manchester united. closure regarding wayne rooney? the usa to negotiate terms, the deal is said to be worth £12. today six years. leading goal—scorer. for their "appalling" treatment. for 0ur security correspondent frank gardner reports. is said to be worth £12. closure today fatima reports. 5 million. jail with help from mi6 and for fatima at the end of the the everton dugout, possibly moving stateside. boudchar. at the end of the season. season. jail with help from mi6 and boudchar. southampton on jail with help from mi6 the cia. the cia. of colonel gaddafi's regime. southampton on tuesday. of colonel gaddafi's regime. tuesday. jails for six years, and he blames
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jails for six and the cia. years, and he after a run of eight games without a win. after a run of eight games without a win. blames britain. of colonel gaddafi's regime. especially from people who claim to respect jails for six years, and he blames britain. especially from people who claim to respect human rights. the city's mps. britain. to flee the country. especially from people who the city's mps. claim to respect human to flee the country. admission of past failings. human rights. i apologise unreservedly. admission of suffered and our role in it. 0ur reporter nick beake caught up with radrizzani at the team hotel. money than the reputation of your football club? past failings. football club? we're not making any money out of this game. money out of this game. the uk government has learned many lessons from this period. you say you have business ventures? rights. 0ur reporter nick beake caught up with radrizzani at the team hotel. have business ventures? with other companies, of course. money than the reputation of i apologise unreservedly. your club? club? admission of failings. suffered and our role in it. we will not make any money out of this game. the uk government has learned i apologise unreservedly. of this game. but you have a business venture is an myanmar? of this game. companies, of course. project on the pitch as well as in the media. suffered and our role in it. business venture we are happy to visit the uk government has learned many lessons from our friends. is an myanmar7m other companies. many lessons from this period. other companies. friends. we are happy to visit our friends. regret our failures. politician, we just do football, with play two games and we went. this period. tony blair's government embraced over world number 10 david goffin at the madrid regret our failures. there are lines which must not be crossed. regret our failures. 0pen.
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tony blair's government embraced colonel colonel gaddafi's regime. after his recent run on clay. visit our friends. very real chemical weapons programme. but then it gaddafi's regime. a politician, we just do football, we play two games and then we leave. crossed. reparations are made to those affecteded and lessons are learned. very real number 10 david goffin at the took a wrong tony blair's government embraced colonel chemical weapons turning. programme. gaddafi's regime. madrid 0pen. but then it took a wrong and applying for uk very real chemical weapons programme. first set to win turning. asylum. and applying 6—3. for uk masters quarterfinal. to a cia prison in but then it took a wrong turning. he'll play either denis shapovalov or milos raonic in the last eight. he'll play either denis shapo—valov thailand. asylum. and applying for uk again and again and notjust or milos raonic in the to a cia prison in have a one off good match. asylum. thailand. one off good match. consistently well at big tournaments. to a cia prison in last eight. thailand. in time for the grass—court in time for the grass—court to the gaddafi regime. apology and a token £1 season. to the gaddafi regime. season. out of wimbledon. apology and a token £1 in out of wimbledon. to the gaddafi regime. apology and a token £1 in compensation. still working hard on his come—back.
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lay—off for him and he is doing everything he can to be ready. in compensation. everything he can to be in their appalling treatment. compensation. where he's been gauging reaction to still working hard on his come—back. back from an injury into that environment unless you are 100% fit. ready. an injury into that environment unless you are 100% fit. were indeed complicit in their appalling treatment. unless you are 100% fit. everything he can and i am sure when he has some news people share that. statement. he has some news people share environment unless you are 100% fit. the grass court season and fingers crossed that will happen. taken away from our clients, and we warmly welcome that. grass court season and hopefully he will achieve that. crossed that will happen. can you put a percentage on how fit he is? will achieve it. no. that. of law, there are lines which it will take us as long as it takes him. can you give a percentage on how fit he is? he will decide when he is ready. he is? ready. people ask, is this the end of his professional career, would you say? it takes and he will decide which he is ready. today's developments. professional career, would you mixed up in the abduction and rendition to libya in 2004. say? is ready. this the end of his professional tennis career, what would you say? i would say i don't think so. things he wants to achieve in the game. tennis career, what would you say? must not be crossed. think he still has lots of things he would like to achieve in the game. but it's not chris froome. and lessons are learned. in their appalling treatment. through, and we have waited for six years for this apology. stage on mount after three years out. years for etna. from the outset of their case. esteban chaves to take this apology. victory. tour to south africa. champion tom dumoulin. my froome is ninth overall, more than a minute off the lead.
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eddiejones said he deserved an rendition to libya in 2004. opportunity. that's all by the attorney general today. which led to them the sport treated in this way. ending up in a prison. prison. from the legal team which has represented the family. represented the family. this is a remarkable moment. message... it's the first time jones has picked him. others, even if they were different religion or culture. their torture was not and could never bejustified. for justice is remarkable moment. thank you. respect the sincere spirit in which it was given. for now. kyle—omanjaro our best alternative for the new name for henman hill. admirable. that is all the sport for now. for the new name for they did exactly killing at least 32 people. henman hill. unlike the mountain, i think that's a very low base from which to start! a very low base from which to start! it needs improvement! officials said the destruction was enormous. from the mud, and hundreds have been left homeless. it was given. —— they have made the right turn by recognising. northamptonshire county council. found the conservative—run authority had lost control of its that. its mistakes and by and given that. recognising. which were discovered in tripoli during colonel gaddafi's downfall. to the bbc newsrooms around budgets. during colonel gaddafi's the uk. downfall. years since the city was european capital of pregnant at the time of her abduction. correspondent tom barton. abduction. culture.. liverpool was the capital of culture ? liverpool was the capital of culture?
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apologising. for people in the region what has this meant? you have enough answers 2008 about what happened? it was. this is going to be a huge event. this meant? february when the council said it was at risk of running out of money. to be a huge event. them puppets, whatever you do, don't call them puppets. was at risk of running out of are dead or passed on. has issued a statement. to feel embarrassed about the last few minutes it seems to have call them puppets. for a final time in october, for anyone who hasn't seen them before. done just that. america. could not be starker. anyone who hasn't seen them before. they are until you see them close up. the liverpool giants are an odd phenomenon. and torture programme. earns you a happened? the last uk government has done the right thing. right thing. phenomenon. why did they fight so long against the settlement? them and they have added millions of pounds to the local economy. have done just that. money. different reason —— venues had been ruled out. essence, being badly run and was incompetent. pounds to the local economy. much deserved apology. hardly notice the gets you cranes holding them up. a promotion. contributed to this result long against the settlement? to some unsavoury practices and unsavoury people.
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them up. incompetent. unsavoury people. but the family can get on with the rest of their lives. over the years. at northamptonshire county council that needed to be dealt with. get on with the rest of their centenary of the sinking of the titanic. over the years to titanic. the girl wasjoined by her grandmother. that needed to be dealt with. the running of the council and that is what we have got today. it was brilliant. wandering the streets until she was reunited with her granddaughter. make this result happen. reunited with her granddaughter. the powerful to account and very emotional. get justice for the powerless. is what we have got today. impressive puppets! governance at northamptonshire county council. lives. you can't call them puppets! i know, i only said that to wind you up! county council. rendition and allegations of torture involving the cia. i only said that to wind you up! do you know which ones are coming? ruled out. only £21 million overspend, what under, but it's the choice for the venue, and the date mid june. not thank you. are the figures? we will hope to hear from abdul hakim belhadj later this afternoon. venue, and the date the yet. rates on hold, at 0. yet. naughty, he used to clock his leg and we. and we. this would be the month when they would start to go up. figures? involving the cia. them, or an entirely in the next few months before raising the local authorities to spend more money than they had. difficult period for the agency stash a fume or answers. stash a fume or answers. different character. cost of borrowing. mid june. it's the choice for the venue, and the date mid june. 0ur economics correspondent andy verity money than they thanks for joining us. reports. had. finished the year a little more than £12 million overspent. the date mid june. character. ". river mersey because he said he loved liverpool so much. we're not all feeling it yet.
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on that like the sunny £12 million overspent. yes, you are right. weather, you can't be sure avoid breaking the law but by a whisker. which mr trump pulled out of earlier this week. it will last. loved liverpool so much. it's ok, it's the city held the title of european capital of culture. ok, it is ok. capital of but you do see things creeping at the time has issued a statement. culture. up but that is life, isn't huge spider that scaled one rates on hold, at 0. of the buildings. it? this would be the month and the wages really aren't. when they would start to this week. things on his twitterfeed and announce it as well. buildings. imagination of the liverpudlians as the giants. go up. in the next few months before raising i don't think things have got tighter recently, not noticeably. the cost of borrowing. announce it as well. at our twitter feeds more often than we used to. whisker. 0ur economics correspondent andy verity the giants. been decided enough money to just about keep the council viable. few tears shed because they will be missed. missed. today — thank you. reports. going from outside liverpool to see that. we're not all feeling at 0. not yet. when they would start to go underlying momentum. what is the sensible thing to do? up. it yet. in the next few months before raising the cost of borrowing. on that like the sunny weather, you can't be sure it will last. momentum is reasserting? 0ur economics correspondent andy verity evidence of that it's ok, it's thank you very much. ok, it is reports. of those stories you can access them via the bbc iplayer. ok. but you do see things via the bbc iplayer.
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reasserting. creeping up but that's life, we're not all feeling it yet. nationwide every weekday afternoon at 4:30pm here an afternoon life. to an economy struggling to get on that like the sunny weather, you can't be sure it will last. isn't it? it's ok, and the wages really aren't. started. it's ok, council viable. i don't think things have got running of all council services in that area. tom, thank you very much. it is are tightening their belts. before a government committee to give evidence. ok. in a moment the business news. but you do see things creeping up but that's life, isn't it? and spending less. first a look at the headlines on afternoon live. and the wages really aren't. involvement in their detention, rendition, and of people's personal data. suffering. i don't think things israel launches air strikes against iranian targets tighter recently, not noticeably. have got tighter recently, in syria. leader at 92 years old. 5% or less. in for a second time but it has been decided today — not yet. toppled a coalition that had been in make matters worse. the underlying momentum. 5%, less than expected. golan powerfor six decades. in the first three months of the year, gdp grew by 0. heights. what is the sensible thing to do? not noticeably. outside the royal palace where the inauguration here's your business headlines on afternoon live. momentum is reasserting? for a second time but it has been decided today — not yet. that's about 12% of its evidence of that underlying momentum. what is the took place. workforce. reasserting. sensible thing to to an economy struggling to get do? in british showbusiness, has alzheimers disease. 5 billion. momentum is reasserting? 9%. to "support network deployment and customer service". started. evidence of that the bank of england has rise as far as they had previously did. are tightening their belts. kept interest rates on hold peggy mitchell in eastenders. at 0.
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worsened in recent weeks. 8% this year. and cut its growth forecast for this year. lizo mzimba reports. and spending less. 4%. they now expect growth of 1. get out an interest rate rise is now not expected until november or later. of my 8% made in february. israel has launched air pub! reasserting. money could apply the brakes to an economy struggling to get started. caused by the bad weather that hit the strikes against iranian targets uk in march. is undoubtedly showbiz royal bank of 5% or less. scotland has agreed make matters economy struggling to get started. last years one reason consumers are tightening their belts. in syria. worse. 5%, less than expected. in the first three months golan heights. a £3. of the year, gdp grew tightening their belts. royalty. by 0. and said israel has the right to defend itself. official rate at half a percent or she left eastenders. less. 0ur middle east for the government to reduce its 70% stake in the bank. my dear friend. correspondent, lina sinjab, including toxic mortgage bonds ahead of the financial she was diagnosed with alzheimer's. she left eastenders for the final time two less. fear is raising rates might make matters worse. is in beirut. president trump announced this week potentially? 9%. matters worse. don't need to rise as inplating was 2. crisis. 5% less than expected at the last count. a £3. 6 billion, and they are quite happy about it? far as they previously did. indeed. happy expected at the such a way, launching 8% this year. about these rocket attacks. 4%. attacks. an interest rate rise is now 20 rockets were launched into israel. into last count.
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certainly less urgency in terms of rate rises. need to rise as much as it? years after that. on those diagnosed and the people around not expected until november or later. bank breathes a sigh of relief, i am sure. they previously did. of the financial them. 8. about it, that they have to keep it to themselves. iranian targets in syria. crisis. then they and their family get golan heights. 4%. not expect eed until november or later. £11 billion was discussed. israel has launched air strikes against and said israel has the right to defend itself. israel. rbs has already set aside more than £2. suspended, diplomacy is a than it is and on the ftse the share price is time for resistance. isolated. iranian targets in syria. other people with dementia around time for resistance. has failed and it is time golan heights. for resistance. and sent this report. and said israel has the right to defend itself. resistance. it is hard to see where we are going to go but all out war? territory from israeli territory where we are standing. we are going to go where we are up 2. but all out war? both sides still afraid standing. —— that is the israeli troops and forces on the other side of the line. fear. other side of and sent this report. territory from israeli territory where we're the country. the fear. standing. hard to see what the iranians are going kim, just remind us, what has rbs been fined for? entertaining millions across to do in response. something known as the country.
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mortgage—backed securities. lizo mzimba, bbc this was between 2005 in 2007. side of the line. news. get out of my pub! she's great. the line. 2007. from that particular site. in a moment the business news. defence system —— did not underlying mortgages were more secure and another four reach israeli territory. going to do in response. than they actually were. were intercepted by at the headlines on afternoon live. involvement in their detention, rendition, and difficult to see that they are going to escalate? their defence system. suffering. to escalate? serious military front in syria and that is worrying to the israelis. israeli territory. leader kim jong—un will take place in singapore on june 12th. had come and they facilities inside syria. in the golan and they say that was say that was destroyed. destroyed. secure than they actually were. will receive based on its conduct in the run—up to the financial crisis. to prevent the iranian entrenchment inside syria. many of the missiles fired by the israelis destroyed. heights. entrenchment inside syria —— israel the run—up to the financial crisis. has said. president 0bama's administration rather than raise its full—year profit forecast. president trump's? has said.
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say many of the missiles fired by absolutely. the israelis were intercepted. for iran's allies to stop them from escalating any further. 1%. were intercepted. especially russia. in which a number of iranians were killed. in 2017 as sales fell. rather than president trump's? fine but this was brushed —— this was approved by us regulators here. banner, said the loss of £43. you're was approved by thanks forjoining us. watching 5m for the previous year. the israelis were intercepted. the performance of the group, afternoon us regulators here. in the securities that were then hurt by this. month by israel, in which a number of iranians were killed. live, jobs around the world. these which owns 59 uk stores. in the telecoms sector. are the cuts will be made. maker to launch an suv. hurt by this. particular settlement with the us justice department. our jobs around the world. it is interesting. in the telecoms sector. and we will cut them out. in a way it is damning of the chief executive. rolls—royce ever. is peter cochrane — hejoins me now. if it is true, why did you not do it a long where do you want to headlines. time ago? involvement in their detention, rendition, and at the telecoms giant. start? interest rates. 13,000 on the face of it looks to be a worrying number ofjob losses. it is something that affects everybody. 5% — not a surprise? suffering. affects everybody. interest rate would rise and it has not happened. does, but in the history of the company compulsory redundancies. it is fairly minuscule. whether you are a
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some in why? predicted, the figures would never matched up. saver or a borrower. kimjong un will take place in singapore on june 12th. that natural in the golan matched up. saver or a borrower. affected by an interest rate increase or decrease. you are heights. right. showing growth in the uk it was either . increase or decrease. 1%, very slow 5%. we had expected a rate rise. rise. attrition rate. mark carney said there growth. figures were out in march showing inflation had come to 2. inflation had come to 2. would be one. company it is fairly minuscule. 5% and wages were rising. getting fired —— be one. compulsory redundancies. to the top of the rich list of young uk musicians. could see him leave everton for dc united in washington this summer. questioning when it does not always follow through. united in washington this summer. the deal is said to be worth 12. out digital services. were rising. 5 million. been carrying too brings with it the risk of slowing economic growth. economic growth. redundancies. follow through. electronic switches and from analogue to digital communication. which are the reason why the bank have not gone ahead. already slowing and inflation is already coming down. analogue to digital communication. much weight. this is happening on this very carefully. already coming down. have not gone ahead. million. inflation, to try to bring inflation down. but they cannot rule them out. down. moment to increase rates but it has got people talking. after victory over novak got people talking. lots of people have been getting in touch. djokovic yesterday. the bank of england's inflation target is 2%. royal bank of scotland has agreed to pay £3. he beat david goffin today. have been getting in inflation target is 2%. today. inflation come down to dupont 5%, the lowest in a year. the lowest in a mortgage products in the run—up to the financial crisis. 30. was "a milestone". year. risks of lowering the rate is the risk of slowing economic growth. it's cutting 13,000 jobs around its 71% stake in rbs. again. risk of
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other medium, and these are big changes to the industry. slowing economic growth. changes to the industry. the world. you're watching afternoon live, these are our headlines. touch. what does it mean to a company like bt? over the next year otherwise she has made the long decision. involvement in their detention, rendition, and it mean to a company like bt? already very slow and not . made the long decision. say they want to be more in the telecoms sector. bank of england have held on the interest rate. she has agile in creating services. the cuts will be made. let's also talk about rbs. rbs. i have a question for you, when isa £3. creating services. i have a question for you, when is a £3. five years other companies are more fleet of foot at the moment? to think 6 billion penalty a suffering. good thing? thing? when you thought it might be 10 billion. about it. it is interesting. foot at the moment? and we will cut them out. let's have in a way it is damning of the chief executive. legacy of over a hundred years, it makes quite a bit in the golan heights. of difference. if it is true, why did you not do it a long a look makes quite a bit of difference. correct. management and back—office at the you can be very fleet the us regulatorfor selling of foot. markets. toxic mortgage security. time ago? markets. rbs, investors are reacting well to the news of that large fine. mortgage can be very fleet of foot. compulsory redundancies. well to the news of that large some inertia and that is some in that natural attrition security. roles. what bt has got. as ten or £11 billion, it was thought at one point. thought at one point. up 4% today, the rbs share. the rbs share. fine. sanction the withdrawal from the us president. got. rate. bt, on the face of it this looks drastic. 5 million. 13,000 jobs to go. mrs tiggy—winkle is relegated to the the control of service allocations to the customer. beatty are trying to the to see if £1. billion, —— bt are trying to save £1. customer. another company and telephone them and ask for a new service. 5 billion. headquarters out of central london, making revenue will be down. in trouble. you do champiponship. making revenue will be
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at the madrid 0pen today. it yourself. out digital services. down. the same time as they are reducing otherjobs. the same time as they are reducing other jobs. and pesticides kill off their food supply. been carrying too the same time as they are reducing otherjobs. otherjobs. to her a little yourself. much weight. what's been going wrong or bt? i'll be back with more on those stores. for that service earlier. american detainees released by north capability —— bt on this very carefully. or bt? let's ask senior investment manager at asset management. manager at asset management. is heading. it is notjust hedgehogs. thanks forjoining the idea of living alongside other species. us. korea. forjoining us. played a part in their but they cannot rule them out. what challenges have bt been facing? at bt, who told me what challenges the telecoms release. and the north korean leader kim jong—un. from several areas. can charge customers, so that's a much lower figure. chris buckler reports from washington. species. this was a return that in bonfires and all the horrible things. only months ago would have much lower figure. been unthinkable. in the impish structure to upgrade their networks. then america and north korea seemed on the heading. their networks. within five years of retirement —— also had to show off the pension how many people. fund. fund. this has led to severe job cuts we see today. things. verge of war. you wrote in defence of hedgehogs very early on. cuts we see today. of goodwill between the and less about growing countries. their business. and it is a diplomatic victory for business. how many people. interest rate decision from the bank of england. giant faces today. of england. donald trump. you can make offers that history, has some inertia and what is what bt has got. along with holding interest rates at not . get them into newjobs. is what bt interest rates at not . they are great people. into newjobs. and the notion that you could stay in onejob for life has long gone. cut the growth forecast for the year from 1. i got to speak to them on the plane, they 4%. have been through a lot.
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in onejob for life has what reason for but it is a long gone. that? we are desperately short of very early on. which are used to perform around the clu bs. has got. and it has to give the control of service allocations to the customer. people in the uk. which are used to perform around the clubs. for that? great honour. service allocations to the first quarter, in the uk and abroad which has slowed growth. rid of nuclear which has slowed growth. week really highlight that the economy is slowing. weapons. in the uk. immigrants coming into the country to do thejobs. clubs. was kim dong—chul, a immigrants coming into the country to do the jobs. hedgehogs fight, the hedgehog comes off worse. pastor. that always got a good laugh. economy is slowing. customer. market one way, then do laugh. something else. because i think the tone is completely wrong. to do the jobs. else. completely wrong. i think it is very sad hedgehogs are dying out so fast. weaker sterling means higher inflation. people moving into the workforce to do that direction, they have to push for that kind of service capability. something new. do something new. inflation. sad hedgehogs are dying out so fast. people say to me that they used to see loads but they do not any more. peter, thanks for joining us. £28 paradoxically, not for the bank of england is focusing. hard labourfor spying. royal bank of scotland has see loads but they do the bank of england is focusing. with espionage. guidance if it doesn't not any more. agreed to pay £3. on suspicion of hostile talking about their possible extinction? often follow through? give them what i did not. not. i never considered that possibility but now i do. acts. mortgage products in the run—up to the financial crisis. million. through? values sheeran's was "a milestone". fortune at forward guidance is supposed to be about. less than a year ago. its 71% stake in rbs. about. possibility but now i do. you're watching afternoon live, a propaganda poster today is again, wrong step the market, creating volatility. but from the perspective of the last hedgehog. hedgehog. market, creating volatility. rbs, that major fine from the us. it is a book called the last
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hedgehog. in north korea. £80 million. from unexplained brain injuries, and died just days these are our headlines. is worth an that major fine from the us. later. involvement in their detention, rendition, and estimated £820 million. can draw a line under the financial crisis. like they could bring conflict with last hedgehog. crisis. look after me, i am the last one and i am not going to make it. joining me now is robert watts who puts together what does that mean for the sector going forward? i am not going to make it. suffering. north korea. thanks for nothing. in the golan on kim jong—un that ensured that they give me some of the lines. the lines. it is a mix of humour but making a serious points. sector going forward? heights. the rich list. let us talk about ed sheeran happen, is a fantastic amount of money. pencilling the simple q1 of next year. making a serious points. management and back—office is a fantastic roles. you are allowed to laugh but i hope it leads a useful message. it leads a useful in a moment... year. companies and helping the economy grow. could return home. grow. president trump and kim jong—un message. farewell, for what it's worth, from the final hedgehog left on earth. dividend which is the final hedgehog good news for amount of money. future shareholders. the warm up act for the main rich list which is out on sunday. future shareholders. their announcement to close 162 branches in the last week or two? branches in the last week or two? to discuss denuclearisation. page of north what impact will that have? will have to rationalise their business becoming smaller. left on earth. korea's normally anti—american state newspaper. was stabbed to death in the compost heap. if there was ever in british showbusiness, is diagnosed with alzheimer's. a symbol of change, business becoming smaller. closures will affect towns heap. and cities around the uk. her eyes had dimmed but all the same, she wound up streamed. 5 million. cities around the uk. it is this. list which is out on sunday. relegated to the mr pompeo brought same, she wound up streamed. they pull in a million a gig at the box office home. for a gig. thank you very much for your time. not look, you did not see, and there let's look she goes, an amputee. at the markets.
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chris buckler, bbc news, washington. we are going to istanbul. champiponship. some inflation figures out in the us. where abdel inflation figures out hakim belhaj box office for a gig. divide, but also, gigs, gigs, gigs, 1 11 last year. at the madrid 0pen today. divide, but also, gigs, gigs, gigs, 111 last year. in the us. she goes, an amputee. place, paid our respects, has some cautious hedgehog sex. much as investor analysts had expected. is speaking. cautious hedgehog he is expected. speaking in more quickly in the us, that has weakened the dollar somewhat. just after half three. american detainees released by north weakened the dollar somewhat. the us market rising on the back of that. market rising on the back of that. the ftse up half a percent. sex. korea. the same story. from dusk to dawn, will we eat slugs on your lawn. played a part in their story. arabic. on your lawn. you have shown from now on it you can eat your own. sterling, which means can eat your own. release. 111 last year. finding it hard to hop op board but some are doing very well. to libya and his torture by colonel gaddafi's forces in 200a. and the north korean leader kim jong—un. the footsie risers. and so some are doing chris buckler reports from washington. this was a return that only very well. months ago would have been unthinkable. one of the wealthiest only one album to gaddafi's forces in 200a. her name. risers. then america and north korea seemed on the he spent in the only one album but ten singles. a very loud album! by president trump's decision to part of the iran nuclear deal. city's notorious prison. verge of war. part of the iran nuclear deal. it continues. of goodwill between the countries. investors are taking a bit of of £2000 to the british hedgehog preservation society. album! profit. preservation society. a very good of you to speak to us about it. anything else? i think that's all i've got to tell you. the ten single, ten uk top ten singles. that's all i've got to tell you. wah you should be out of breath. you to speak to us about it. thank you very much. it is a small book and beautifully illustrated by alice tate. that's all the business news. and it is a diplomatic victory for donald trump. to him being tortured and jailed by colonel
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prison. they are great people. garcia —— and i got to speak to them gaddafi's regime in 2004. illustrated by alice tate. on the plane, they've been through singles. his wife fatima the images are quite graphic so just be cautious. a lot. had ended many years of boudchar. follower, that makes her waiting... a particular fondness for but it is a attractive commercially. commercially. great honour. income is her acting and her commercial brands. boudchar. rid of nuclear commercial brands. was watched by fatima boudchar and her son. i am not sure if you are a 50 shades fan... weapons. hedgehogs. you are a 50 shades fan... how serious is something i would admit to publicly if i was or wasn't. was kim dong—chul, a pastor. if i was or wasn't. that is interesting because he gets £1 million a show. and long suffering. this problem? her son. this is a out, we could be looking at extinction? an extraordinary historical day. i would like to thank the foreign minister. boudchar who have suffered appalling treatment. story. extinction? —— period of time but it is a serious problem. like to thank the foreign minister. british government for giving me such a blessing. had. hard labourfor spying. with espionage. the main points from this conference later on. such a blessing. problem. in kuala lumpur this the century and in urban and rural areas by 50 afternoon. and 75%. areas by this experience will be helpful for the next generation to come. on suspicion of hostile acts. 50 and to oust his one—time protege, who's been accused of corruption. less than a year to improve the health, fitness, and attention span of their pupils. 75%. minute break from class to do physical activity. created a campaign called ago. leader in the world. hedgehog street. a propaganda poster in north story. imminently, and on wards and upwards. 0ur scotland correspondent lorna gordon reports from stirling. street.
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it is problem and work out how to solve it. korea. at this school in stirling. is in the malaysian capital, kuala lumpur. you is they will stop their classwork, go outside and get was going to be the result of this, no on the move. one expected this? it the to very. eltonjohn, they still have a lot of money. from unexplained brain injuries, and died just days later. even the very youngest. no one man-made problem? like they could bring conflict with north they are they naturally finding real problems? they are encouraged to problems? take part. this is entirely anthropogenic, a man—made problem. do. korea. rowingle stone, that they can pull in about $1 million a gig. anthropogenic, a man—made in about $1 million a gig. the teacher sometimes says, problem. it is just gigs now for them? let's go out and we have created an hostile environment. freshen you up. just gigs now for them? when you go back in you will be in the future, interestingly enough but you are right. more relaxed. do you sometimes not feel like doing this? on kim jong—un that ensured that they could return home. sometimes. president trump and environment. expected this? 90s, to come back at the age of 92 to lead the opposition to victory. fences, that is by pam is talking about making a hole in the fence. kim jong—un to to lead the opposition to victory. about making a hole discuss denuclearisation. he is in the fence. page of north but make sure your neighbours do it on the but when you go out and do it, it makes you feel better. when you come into class you are more focused for your work. we do it in all weathers, it is really good to keep fit. other side as well. on the other side as well. spread hedgehog love. korea's normally anti—american state newspaper. the daily mile is striking in its simplicity. hedgehog if there was ever a symbol of change, it is this. just 15 minutes every day spent away from the classroom. mr pompeo brought shoes and go for a home. chris buckler, bbc news, washington. love. the mating call of the hedgehog quite well, is that right? barbara plett quite well, is run. usher is . classes, has been scientifically proven ex—beatles or their estates 20 million.
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that right? can be useful to start mimicking them. million. quite remarkable. to improve children's health. worry that the royalties will dry up there is an issue there. has worked far better than anyone expected. activity is making a big difference. in washington. theirjoy is matched almost by donald it really does trump himself. expected. improve the fitness. this government for the first time in 60 years. there is an issue there. money making money if you like, are very rich people investing wisely? them. face them and she will to this mysterious noise. very rich people mysterious noise. donald trump himself. to the military base where the plane landed in the middle of the night. in 60 years. if you could do was practice because i think you will find it helpful. improve the body composition. landed in the middle of the monarch shortly —— we expect him to be sworn in. i think you will find they spend it helpful. be sworn do you know, i don't think i will just now. investing wisely? sitting. in. job of setting out what he will do with his coalition partners. equity, by hedge funds inherited wealth are gone. from the highlands to cornwall, east sussex, to edinburgh. with his coalition partners. just now. are not going to be making noises like that? he has a sense of the idea of making... night. wealth are gone. and beyond. humour. made people, notjust climbing into the list but dominating. got as much coverage seemingly the key to a sense of humour. he said after the result was, yes, i'm still alive. nice as was possible. you mean talent? success is keeping it fun. i'm still that is the key thing, try. possible. the children must enjoy it. website has all the information you need to. alive. going to have an accident and get the sympathy vote in the campaign. cinematic, with music and people walking need to. in slow motion. apart from when the beast from the east the sympathy vote in the campaign. information for the farming community. he is a very witty man. he also has walking in slow motion. is there. significant moment for him talent? a chequered past. politically. million, 200 million 10, 20 years later. fat, run around more and are less sedentary. community. things and now we need to tackle the issue in our farmland. things and now we need to tackle the issue in ourfarmland. fascinating stuff. thank you very much robert. royal bank of scotland
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politically. has agreed to pay issue in ourfarmland. formulate ideas that will actually work. that was a good signal for the a chequered past. possible success of the summit. weakens the institutions here possible success of the summit. £3. i would like to see every child having the opportunity. in malaysia. malaysia. work. we yet got any idea where he tends to shrug off those accusations. don't use slug pellets for gardeners? this meeting might take place? the run—up to the financial crisis. those accusations. minister out of power because he was so corrupt. gardeners? so corrupt. now participating. and have a compost pile and create come together to end the monopoly on power and they have done it. a blog pale. such a difference to children's health and happiness. lorna gordon, bbc news, stirling. power and they have done it. for today, next the bbc news at five with huw edwards. push at one of the most entrenched political parties in the world. political parties in the world. blog pale. out of the well unfortunately drowned. drowned. time for a look at the weather... —— push meeting might take place? out. much like singapore, possibly sometime in june. push out. thank here's helen people willjudge his defection in 2016 as crucial? much like singapore, you. was "a milestone". possibly sometime injune. and now the forecast with helen. she denies sometime injune. said he will announce this information in the next few days. absolutely. happens from here because they have never done this before. information in the the charges. willetts. helen. weather turned out fairly well for most parts of the uk. the weather turns out fairly well for most parts today. what does the prosecution say she planned to do? most parts of the uk. never done this before. next few days. looking at what these pictures say about him, he has had quite a week. planned to do? will keep pestering the highlands of scotland into the evening. another —— they about him, he violence and terror in the heart of london. are talking to for most parts today. scotland into the evening. people. has had quite the atlantic, the next weather front brewing for the weekend. weather front is brewing
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for the weekend. london. weekend. brewing for the weekend. fighter, second she planned an attack here in the uk. starry skies tonight except northern ireland. dry evening sunshine followed by starry skies. people. and getting them out —— because it has ruled for so long. starry skies. ireland. has ruled for so long. it will be a approaching the medal of may approaching me, it will be difficultjob. in the night. it will be quite cold tonight. a week. night. difficultjob. reality of a new government is going to be very testing for the country. be quite cold tonight. some frost in the brent —— glens of scotland. really know what he will attack here in the uk. of scotland, a chilly one to start friday morning. to be very testing for the country. the brent —— glens of scotland. get out of it. jihadi fighter, who was in rack car and fighting for is. friday morning. but a lovely sunny start for many areas. lovely sunny start for start for many areas. jonathan, thanks forjoining us. front in the west progresses slowly eastward, the fringes of west. eastward, the fringes of it. and fighting for is. a sign that the summit will go ahead in british showbusiness, has alzheimers disease. relatively smoothly. attack, departing the world hand in hand, as they wrote. many areas. northern ireland having a wet day but the west of england and wales. but the west of england and west. peggy mitchell in eastenders. wales. strong sunshine will feel warmer because of the southerly wind. further east spells of sunshine with a southerly winds. because of the southerly wind. worsened in recent weeks. looking more unsettled into the lizo mzimba reports. weekend. a southerly winds. unsettled through the weekend, compared to last weekend certainly. compared to last weekend certainly. more details later. goodbye. hand, as they wrote. identified the british museum as a target. get out of my pub! is undoubtedly showbiz target. and we heard about the involvement of the british security services. of the british security relatively smoothly. history and he's doing that with these two decisions. royalty.
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these two decisions. services. eastenders. morning and said this will really boost your spoke to both mr hussein and also to the woman. ratings for 3am? boost your ratings for 3am? my dear friend. a bug was placed that is what is she was diagnosed with alzheimer's. reported. in her home. she left eastenders for the final time two years after that. scott told the sun newspaper what is reported. and how the news cycle works and we have seen that. have seen home. yearns to be united with my dear husband. husband. and finally what about the role of her family? that. role of her this. he thinks they can agree something on those diagnosed and the people around them. together. about it, that they have to keep it to themselves. family? then they and their use knives against members of the public near the house of commons. public near the house family get isolated.
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of commons. woman denies all the charges against her and the trial continues. other people with dementia around the country. time for a look at the together. weather. the weather is different from a week ago? house says they want to do it quickly and get it done with. the weather is different from a week ? the weather is different from a week ago? —— phases. ago? performance of last weekend and we have uncertainty. have uncertainty. we are talking about ground frost overnight. phases. the preview and the desire on both sides, things are moving forward. sides, things are moving forward. ground her eastenders co—star ross kemp said this. entertaining millions across the country. barbara, thanks forjoining us. lizo mzimba, bbc news. time for in british showbusiness, has alzheimers disease. a look at the peggy mitchell in eastenders. frost? woe assess them to find out what the forecast is going to be. worsened in recent weeks. forecast is going to be. lizo mzimba reports. but you normally show us one. weather. this time last week we were getting ready for a heatwave. get out of my pub! we do. ready for a is undoubtedly showbiz same story, this weekend they are not. heatwave. you knew that, didn't you.
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very high temperature four fifths days. i did. did. what is the i suspect you are going to show us picture now? a couple. us a couple. it i doesn't give us much confidence. very uncertain and there's a lot of uncertainty over the weekend. much confidence. uncertainty over the weekend which serve in an easy forecast. forecast. weekend. but this is what we calm our european model. uncertainty lies as to where the weather front will sit. royalty. she left eastenders. our european model. my dear friend. she was diagnosed with alzheimer's. eastwards but it is grinding to a halt. weather front will sit. if it sits further out it will make a big difference to the weekend. halt. a big difference it is where it grinds to halt that is is a concern. that is is a concern. if it is to the east it a miserable weekend. the east it a miserable weekend. either way we will see some rain, so that is the european model. that is the european to the weekend. are being held at bay because the weather front is close by. model. in, you can see that rain in eastern area, in niers weather in between. weather front is close by. area, in niers weather in sunday, but the showers become more progressive. they spread between. further east. east. she left eastenders for the final time two years after that. on sunday they will produce further eastwards. eastwards. we won't have a dry and sunny weekends like last weekend. so showers or rain, we will get both. weekends like last
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will get both. on those diagnosed and the people around them. weekend. further east during course of saturday. about it, that they have to keep it to themselves. it is quite different. sunday but the showers then they and their family get pushed further east. it is. is. which is why it builds a lack of confidence in a forecaster‘s mind. further east. there will be some areas in the middle that have nice weather. isolated. confidence in a forecaster‘s mind. middle that have nice weather. other people with dementia around you have that situation, where exactly it grinds to halt. not very warm like last weekend, with temperatures exactly it grinds to about average. halt. with temperatures about average. met office model and the european model are different? we are only a couple of hundred kilometres wide. kilometres wide. yes. the weather fronts can be be 50—100 kilometres wide. two different computer systems. can be be 50—100 kilometres wide. won't be hot and sunny be different computer systems. there will be nice weather round. be nice weather round. several times as well so you can change the starting points. give us your best guess. change the starting points. don't get the the country. right data in entertaining millions across the country. the beginning. beginning. that is what we look at all the time as forecasters. as forecasters. i will be watching you all
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the time. now the lizo mzimba, bbc news. weather turned out fairly well for most of the country. best guess. forecast. will see that, temperatures will high again tomorrow. show you the cloud amassing out in the atlantic. most of the country. high again tomorrow. towards the atlantic we have at the weekend's weather front. one, particularly for the time of year. year. down to within two to three degrees of freezing. weekend's weather front. degrees of starry skies except for northern ireland tonight. ireland tonight. it will be quite a cold the atlantic. the pennines, but this is a nice day, not as warm as yesterday. night. freezing. starting to push that next band of rain in. that is the big cold night. change. start tomorrow morning but a lovely sunny start for many. day, not as warm as yesterday. could be wet, cool and breezy for much of the sunny start for day. difference, the sunshine, it feels much of the day. for the further east the more sunshine you will see. lovely and warm. east the more sunshine you will see. a sparkling started to lovely and warm. we have at the moment, so it will be quite cold for the time of year. many. the day. quite cold for the time of because we have in this western side of both wales and england. southerly wind. wind. england. indicated there on this weekend, certainly compared to computer model. last weekend. there will be more details later. model. further east we have that fine weather and warmer weather. this is bbc news fine weather and warmer weather.
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17 listen 19 in the sunshine. year. blue coming into northern ireland and western scotland. — our latest headlines. and western by colonel gaddafi's regime scotland. west east split and a miserable end to the day in dumfries and galloway. to the day in dumfries listen 19 in the sunshine. in 2004. shower, however, temperatures will were iranian rocket be around 16. and galloway. be around 16. 60s fahrenheit, just about, not into the ‘80s as we had last weekend. southerly wind and there will be plenty of sunshine. plenty of sunshine. the ‘80s as we had last attacks. it lasts into the weekend. evening. the evening. announced that it was cutting further west the weather will start to weaken. 13,000 jobs around the world. the actress dame barbara windsor has been diagnosed with alzheimer's. but her symptoms had worsened in weather will start to weaken. recent weeks. 16, compared with 28 that we had last weekend. sport now on afternoon last weekend. with thunder possibly so won't be as settled as last weekend. settled as last weekend. live, with kat downes. it will be a wash—out. as one british tennis star seems to have problems another emerges.
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a wash—out. have problems another emerges. said that as his target as he recovers from that hip injury. recovers from that hip injury. had rumours he was not doing quite so well but fingers crossed. so well but fingers crossed. edmund is having a blinder of a clay—court season. clay—court season. the number ten in the world dispatch as well. as well. a real coming of age for kyle edmund. kyle edmund. been a kind of mentor for kyle edmund.
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edmund. we have henchmen held —— tim henman hill, what goes with kyle edmund? hill, what goes with kyle edmund? i think about it. what is going on with wayne rooney? decided, but could see him leave everton for mls side dc united. after 13 years at manchester united. leading goal—scorer. 5 million. at the end of the season.
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southampton on tuesday. after a run of eight games without a win. the city's mps. to flee the country. 0ur reporter nick beake caught up with radrizzani at the team hotel. money than the reputation of your club? club? we are not making any money out of this game. this game. but you see your business ventures. we have other companies with different interests. different interests. relationship with the president of the federation.
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the federation. football, we played to back games and then leave. and then leave. —— two games and then leave. number 10 david goffin at the madrid 0pen. first set to win 6—3. masters quarterfinal. he'll play either denis shapo—valov or milos raonic in the last eight. in time for the grass—court season. out of wimbledon.
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still working hard on his come—back. everything he can to be ready —— lay—off for him. lay—off for him. environment from an injury unless you are 100% fit. you are 100% fit. everything he can and i'm sure when he has news he will share it. he has news he will share it. grass court season and i hope you will. will. can you put a percentage on how fit he is? how fit he is? as long as it takes and he will decide when he is ready. decide when he is ready. end of his professional tennis career. what would you say? of things he wants to achieve in the game. after three years out.
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tour to south africa. eddiejones said he deserved an opportunity. it's the first time jones has picked him. that is all the sport for now. i'll see you in the next hour. see you in the next hour. will stage two fresh strikes and maybe 24th and maybe 26. maybe 24th and maybe 26. announcement coming over the dispute over the role of guard on trains. over the role of guard on trains. they want to guarantee a second member of staff on board. member of staff on board. 24th and maybe 26th of may is what they've announced.
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months of this year. of the uk is hitting targets for treatment. with me is our health correspondent, nick triggle. this is very worrying. how many people does this affect? people does this affect? when they get their first treatment, whatever type of treatment it is. whatever type of treatment it is. back in 2012 and wales 2008 in northern ireland has never hit it. northern ireland has never hit it. so it is not an impossible target? it is
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not. cancer patients to skip treatment quickly. quickly. the uk was heading that target —— for them to get treatment quickly. for them to get treatment quickly. there are still some hospital services doing it. services doing it. had a good months with some local services are hitting the target. services are hitting the target. what is going wrong? tests, the first part of the journey to getting treatment is a slow. to getting treatment is a slow. the suspicion has to be lives are being lost because of this? being lost because of this? the experts we have spoken to are very concerned.
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very concerned. patients at the risk and that is very distressing for them. very distressing for them. the speed of treatment is essential for them. thank you. uk/nhstracker. house of lords report. and that this would lead to price increases at the checkout. our environment correspondent claire marshall has the details. half the food we eat is imported. 30% of this comes from the european union. what the terms will be. there could be severe price rises for shoppers.
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on average, that is some 22% on food prices that are imported. but it obviously would have a major effect on the price of food. we could see more things like this. it advises there is not the staff, it systems or infrastructure. britain's ports could be choked. we went to a truck stop near chippenham in wiltshire. to a 17—mile tailback. it seems more checks will be needed, does that worry the truckers? we need a bit of common sense in the haulage industry. around the rules that are already in place. are you worried about changing rules than? no, not at all. it won't make any difference whatsoever.
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the rules that are here now will still be here. still be here. i think it will be done online. as a driver, i don't think you will see much change, really. the smooth flow of trade. it will respond to the report in due course. claire marshall, bbc news. during the 12th of —— donald trump has just tweeted. has just tweeted. both try and make it a very special moment for world peace. moment for world peace. meeting, as he puts it, between kim jong—un and the us president.
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jong—un and the us president. says, we will both try to make it a very special moment for world peace. very special moment for world peace. more reaction to that is a little later on. to improve the health, fitness, and attention span of their pupils. 15—minute break from class to do physical activity. 0ur scotland correspondent lorna gordon reports from stirling. at this school in stirling. they will stop their classwork, go outside and get on the move. even the very youngest. they are encouraged to take part. the teacher sometime says, let's go out and freshen you up. when you go back in you will be more relaxed. do you sometimes not feel like doing this? sometimes. but when you go out and do it, it makes you feel better. we do it in all weathers, it is really good to keep fit.
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the daily mile is striking in its simplicity. just 15 minutes every day spent away from the classroom. shoes and go for a run. classes, has been scientifically proven to improve children's health. activity is making a big difference. it really does improve the fitness. improves their body composition. of time they spend sitting. from the highlands to cornwall, east sussex, to edinburgh. and beyond.
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seemingly the key to success is keeping it fun. that is the key thing, the children must enjoy it. apart from when the beast from the east is there. around more and are less sedentary. i would like to see every child having the opportunity. now participating. such a difference to children's health and happiness. lorna gordon, bbc news, stirling. in a moment the business news.
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first a look at the headlines on afternoon live. involvement in their detention, rendition, and suffering. in the golan heights. in british showbusiness, has been diagnosed with alzheimer's. about 12% of its workforce. 5 billion. to "support network deployment and customer service". royal bank of scotland has agreed a £3. for the government to reduce its 70% stake in the bank.
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including toxic mortgage bonds ahead of the financial crisis. the bank of england has kept interest rates on hold at 0. and cut its growth forecast for this year. they now expect growth of 1. 8% made in february. rbs getting fined £3. 6 billion and everybody is happy. that's right, £3. £3. the stocks but in this situation it could have been much worse. could have been much
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worse. placed at and what damage would it do to the bank? do to the bank? stock that could be up to £11 billion. billion. under the 0bama administration the woody —— public would have had a go. woody —— public would have had a go. why we were thinking this fines might be 11 billion. might be 11 billion. consumer revelation and it is at £3. £3. 6 billion and there is a feeling that rbs has already set aside 2. that rbs has already set aside 2. billion towards this sort not much more for them to add. more for them to add. let's hear our business editor simonjack.
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let's hear our business editor simon jack. business editor simon jack. overweight, too much middle management and we will cut them out. management and we will cut them out. executive, if that is true why did you not do this before? you not do this before? compulsory redundancies but they are not ruling it out. not ruling it out. employees so it should be seen in context of that. context of that. like refocusing on building out, digital services. digital services. not do the work and they were losing subscriber numbers. subscriber numbers. drastic cut and an admission and bt has been carrying too much weight.
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has been carrying too much weight. unions will want to kick the tires on this very carefully. on this very carefully. they are hoping to avoid compulsory redundancies. redundancies. the eagle eyed among you may spot our deliberate error. simon? he was talking about bt, not rbs. giving us more information about the job cuts at bt. job cuts at bt. the other big story is the nonstory, interest rates are on hold. interest rates are on hold. investors stock, interest rates would rise above 0. would rise above 0. time since march 2009 but that did not happen. not happen. is the weak
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economic figures since february. february. for the first three months of this year coming in at 0. year coming in at 0. 4. inflation was coming down to 2. coming down to 2. level for a year and wages increasing. increasing. coming down you can see why the bike to a pause for thought. to a pause for thought. let's get more analysis on this. in the past few months? no, economic figues we saw it was very well so long.
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no, it was very well so long. rates but in the end it was not a surprise. surprise. slowdown in growth predictions, they were predicting 1. 8% and now 1. 4, what reason did they give? what reason did they give? suffered in the first quarter this year. year. an impact on the outcome for the whole year. whole year. downgraded their growth forecasts slightly. slightly. is the issue about providing guidance? guidance? certainty and as more information has came out it has not happened.
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has came out it has not happened. then the change domain, is this helpful? helpful? question —— when they change their mind. mind. rates will rise very gradually and at a measured pace. at a measured pace. in terms of claiming those rate rises.
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rises. not focus on the very near term but focus on the broader message. focus on the broader message. big business story today, the rbs fine. fine. economically, but most of this has settled ? settled ? but this is probably the final big one. one. sector to potentially remove this uncertainty.
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uncertainty. shareholders, increasing normalisation of the banking sector. normalisation of the banking sector. crisis so i think it will be welcome. welcome. what about the normalisation interest rates by 0. interest rates by 0. to be an emergency level but ten years on here we still are. years on here we still are. will we see interest rates at the higher sustained level? higher sustained level? 5%. with a very low historic interest rates.
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rates. distant past because inflation seems to be much lower than in the past. to be much lower than in the past. interest rates do not need to rise as rapidly as in the past. as rapidly as in the past. increases than what we saw ten years ago. ago. lucy, thank you very much for that very comprehensive analysis. that very comprehensive analysis. he the markets. the markets. awakened a little —— has weakened a little on the interest rate news. little on
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the interest rate news. news of that fine could have been worse. worse. i will be back in an hour with more. with more. thank you very much. let's have a look at the weather with helen. look at the weather with helen. have seen some beautiful strong sunshine today. sunshine today. plenty of sunshine following this. this was east sussex. sussex. will persist into the evening before easing overnight. easing overnight. atlantic is more trouble brewing in time for the weekend. time for the weekend. for the rest of this evening it is fine and dry. of this evening it is fine and dry. showers tending to fade and the
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main theme is the chill overnight. theme is the chill overnight. southern rural areas and some frost in the glens of scotland. in the glens of scotland. moving end, strengthening southerly breezes. breezes. england while the rain eventually gets into wales by tea—time. gets into wales by tea—time. the cloud further west it is warmer because this is now southerly wind. because this is now southerly wind. east that weather front will bring the rain. the rain. pressure following behind into the south—west of bringing showers. south—west of bringing
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showers. vast difference to the weather that you get. you get. eastern areas may well stay cloudy with rain. cloudy with rain. saturday looking weather for the east of england and scotland. east of england and scotland. temperature is about average for the time of year. time of year. on behind to the south and west more widely. widely.
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