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hello this is breakfast, with rogerjohnson and mega munchetty. more pressure for change to northern ireland's strict abortion laws, as labour urges the government to back new legislation. following friday's historic refendum in the republic of ireland, mps from across parliament have called for women in all parts of the uk to have the same rights. downing street insists it's a matter for northern ireland. good morning it's monday the 28th of may. also this morning: tackling the gender pay gap at england's biggest employer — the health secretary launches a review into doctors‘ pay in the nhs. more than a month's rainfall injust one hour — a bank holiday clean—up after flash floods in wales and the midlands. almost 30 flood warnings are still in place. and carol is out and about with the weather. good morning. there are more
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thunderstorms in the forecast, particularly across parts of southern england, east anglia and wales. not all of us will see them. most of us will have a dry and warm day. i will have a full round—up in 15 minutes. in sport, history for froome. chris froome rides his way to into the record books again. he's become only the third man to hold all three of cycling's grand tour titles simulaneously. good morning. first, our main story. pressure to relax northern ireland's strict abortion laws is intensifying, with labour adding its voice to calls for women to be given the same rights across the uk. it comes after friday's historic referendum in the republic of ireland. mps from across the commons, say women should have the same rights across the uk. the dup, on whom theresa may relies on for a majority in parliament, says it will not be bullied into accepting abortion. downing street insists it's a matter for northern ireland.
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i think it is a popular opinion throughout northern ireland, that we should not have a liberalised abortion regime, we shouldn't have the 1967 abortion act here. but as i say, in the absence of a devolved assembly, there is an impossibility for discussion on those issues. whilst the referendum in the republic doesn't have any direct impact, it is a strong indicator that attitudes have been changing. not simply in the republic and not even in northern ireland, but across the piece. northern ireland has the most repressive and sometimes leads to the criminalisation of women on this issue. that cannot be right. parts of the midlands and wales are recovering from flash floods caused by heavy rainfall yesterday. in some places more than one month's rainfall felljust one hour. there are still almost 30 flood warnings in force across england. ben ando's report
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contains flashing images. the waters rose with breathtaking speed. in some parts of birmingham, they had more rain in one hour than the average for the whole of may. on a bank holiday weekend in edgbaston, there was little residents or the emergency services could do other than watch and wait, as floodwaters reached up to five foot in depth. some of these houses have been flooded three times in recent years. the police urged people not to travel but stranded cars like this one were perhaps the most effective warning to other drivers. i don't think this is safe. some motorists did make it through. while birmingham bore the brunt of the deluge, flash floods also hit parts of buckinghamshire, berkshire and here in northampton. in many areas the rainfall varied dramatically from neighbourhood to neighbourhood. the flooding extended as far west as welshpool in mid wales.
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and the storms also led to dramatic lightning displays. today, the heavy downpours may continue in some parts, though elsewhere, forecasters say it could be barbecue weather. as some enjoy the hottest day of the year so far, with temperatures possibly reaching 29 celsius in the south—east. ben ando, bbc news. the nhs in england is to review how much it pays male and female doctors in an effort to eliminate a gender pay gap of 15%. a review announced by the health secretary will look at why male doctors are paid on average £10,000 more than female doctors. 0ur health correspondent dominic hughes reports. the nhs is farfrom alone in struggling with a gender pay gap, but in an organisation where women make up most of the workforce, it is
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noticeable that men still hold the most senior positions. as the bbc reported in april, female staff earn nearly a quarter less than their male colleagues. this review will concentrate on the gender pay gap among medical staff. the average pay for a male doctor in the nhs isjust over £67,700. but atjust over 57 £500, the average pay for a female doctor is almost £10,000 less. across all medical professions, including doctors, the pay gap is 15%. we need to make sure people are supported to progress, but also if women need to take time out of the workplace to have children, we have flexible working, shared parental leave and we are putting people back into the health service after they may have taken a career gap for any reason. the review will look at issues such as the impact of
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motherhood, working patterns and ca re motherhood, working patterns and care arrangements. and also given that more women are entering medical school, men still dominate in senior roles. while this is looking at medical jobs, roles. while this is looking at medicaljobs, it should have implications across the nhs. dominic hughes, bbc news. and just after 8 o'clock this morning we'll be speaking to professor jane dacre who is leading the review. american officials have arrived in north korea to finalise plans ahead of an expected meeting between the leaders of both countries. the us president donald trump took to twitter to confirm outline what he called the "brilliant potential" for the nation's economic future. it comes just days after he cancelled the summit citing further hostility from the country. 0ur asia correspondent rupert wingfield hayes joins us now from seoul. good to see you. this story is progressing quite interesting, isn't it? morning. yes, good morning. good morning from the demilitarised zone.
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the railway bridge goes from south korea into the demilitarised zone and the talks taking place between us representatives and north korean representatives are happening about a mile and a half here on the north korean side. we learnt those talks began yesterday. they are carrying on today and probably tomorrow as well, between a vice foreign minister from well, between a vice foreign ministerfrom the north korean side and a man who is currently the american ambassador to the philippines, but used to be the ambassador here. these are serious people, we understand, serious talks going on here behind me. also we understand delegation is from the united states and north korea are on their way to singapore and a senior north korean official was seen passing through beijing airport on monday morning. it looks as if we are seeing all of the movement going ahead towards a singapore summit,
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perhaps on the 12th ofjune as president trump said he wants. our weekly a yet, because the last time weekly a yet, because the last time we spoke last week, it wasn't quite clear whether or not this was going to happen. president trump was making it very clear, this might not happen. can we say it is on?|j hesitate to make any predictions after the last few days. i spoke on thursday and i said it was on. when we spoke on friday i said it was. and over the weekend it appears to be on again. the moves we are seeing and the people involved in the negotiations on the ground here and in singapore, it looks as if the us administration and the north korean government are now very focused on getting government are now very focused on getting this summit is back on track. i will not say 100%, but they definitely want this to happen. that is fair enough
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definitely want this to happen. that is fairenough and definitely want this to happen. that is fair enough and i am sorry for putting you on the spot. buying is very much, rupert. scotland's first minister nicola sturgeon will raise her concerns over brexit during a meeting with the eu's chief negotiator michel barnier in brussels later. ms sturgeon, who wants to remain in the customs union and single market, has called on the uk government to "engage properly" with devolved administrations after britain leaves the eu. wh smith has been voted the worst shop on uk high streets, by more than 10,000 people. in the which? survey, customers complained the stores were out—of—date, products were expensive and staff were rude. wh smith says just 184 shoppers commented. there was a bit of a surprise for some fans of the isle of man tt race who were riding the course before the event. they spotted this family of ducklings waddling across the road before helping them to safety. the friends now call this section the "quacker‘ bends".
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who says motor bike is in their leathers who some people say look intimidating arejust leathers who some people say look intimidating are just big softies. of course they are, getting them across the road. the motorbike riders, obviously men with big hearts, cyclist, have they got the same kind of love for nature? you have essentially stolen my top sports story, negotiating the duck crossing. never done that before, i promise. chris froome is the first briton to win cycling's giro d'italia in the race's 101 year history. despite being more than three minutes behind earlier this week he fought back to complete the set of three grand tour titles. he'sjust the third man in history
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to hold the tour de france, vueta and giro titles at the same time. england's torrid opening test against pakistan at lord's ended in defeat before lunch on the fourth day. captain joe root says they were outplayed in every area. lewis hamilton's championship lead is down to 1a points after he could only finish third at an uneventful monaco grand prix. red bull's daniel ricciardo won the race after starting on pole. and johanna konta's been knocked out in the first round of the french open for the fourth year in a row. the british number one's had a poor run of form on clay and lost in straight sets to kazakhstan's yulia putintseva. heather watson starts her roland garros campaign later this morning. it has been a tough time forjohanna konta, she doesn't like playing on clay. she says it is partly the media's fault for bringing up but
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she doesn't play well on clay. what we need to do is not to say she has previously played badly on clay. the grass season is here soon. yes. i am not saying a word. just not saying a word. it is sunny, it is stormy. it depends which part of the country you are in. i have been down south and those storms have been electric. i was and those storms have been electric. iwas in and those storms have been electric. i was in the lake district yesterday and it was sweltering. carol, can you figure out what is going on and explain it? good morning. there is lots going on and for scotland, northern ireland and wales, the temperature was 26.8 celsius. in the highlands, it could reach 27. somewhere in the south
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such as london could reach 28 and in holland park in london, it is so tranquil but there are lots of beasties around. in the south today we are not immune to some thunderstorms, neither are we across east anglia and wales. through the course of the weekend in the space of 2a hours, we had over 100,000 lightning strikes. again we could see, from the thunder and lightning we are expecting, some flash flooding and disruption. let's take a look at the bank holiday monday forecast. we are looking at a warm day, temperatures up to 28 celsius, asi day, temperatures up to 28 celsius, as i mentioned. there will be quite as i mentioned. there will be quite a lot of sunshine around and the risk of those thunderstorms. first thing this morning it is mild. we're looking at bridge is widely between ten and 15, 17 celsius at the moment in cumbria and southern england. where we have low cloud, mist and fog in the northern isles, we are only looking at four or five. cloud
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across eastern scotland, part of eastern england and it will push back towards the north sea coastline as we go through the day, allowing a lot of sunshine to develop. some others starting with a lot of sunshine. as we go through the afternoon, that is when we are likely to see the thunderstorms, the met office has a yellow weather warning across parts of wales come east anglia and southern england. they will be hit and miss but could be disruptive. further north, it is sunshine all the way except rider north sea coastline where the cloud is hugging the shoreline and that will keep the template is down. under the east coast if you are under the low cloud, missed far, it is likely to be up to 16. but as we go inland we are looking at temperatures widely into the low 20s. for some, the mid—20s and for others, in the south east, the high 20s. but the highlands could see 27 celsius. as we had to the evening
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and overnight, we continue with the risk of some showers, many dying away through the night and they could come into the south east. a lot of the cloud in the east spreading inland. the only clear areas are likely to be north—west england, northern ireland and north and western parts of scotland. 0vernight, temperatures widely ten to 15. tomorrow we start off with leaden skies across central and eastern part of the country. through the day they will burn back towards the day they will burn back towards the coastline once again. sunshine coming out and quite a lot of sunshine tomorrow, but there is the risk of thundery showers as temperatures rise. tamara's temperatures rise. tamara's temperature not as high as today but we are looking at 25. so over the next few days for all of us, apart from along the east coast, we are looking at temperatures way above average for this stage in may. not complaining at all. not
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complaining. you have a bike ride planned later, so it could be a bit sweaty in the saddle. just saying. the main stories this morning... theresa may is under pressure to reform northern ireland's abortion laws with labour calling for the government to back fresh legislation. downing street says it's a matter for the suspended stormont assemby. for the suspended stormont assembly. there are almost 30 flood warnings in force across england. parts of the midlands and wales are recovering from flash floods caused by heavy rainfall. let's take a look at today's papers. the front page of the times this morning, the main story is thousands of troops in line for a pay boost about is a pay body recommending a pay rise for the armed forces. jacob rees mogg and his son, he is 11. just like a little mini me, are remarkable resemblance. they went to the andrew marr programme yesterday
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and his son standing there for a photograph. you are talking about the storms that have hit the country. front page of the guardian, light fantastic, it says, a dramatic bolt of lightning senior. the london skyline as the warm and humid weather gave way to thunderstorms. theresa may facing great demands to allow poll on abortion in northern ireland. there is a call in the daily telegraph to use extra funding for technology if the nhs is to survive. this is basically a call, jeremy hunt saying only a technological revolution can help the health service whether the coming storm. that is whatjeremy hunt is saying. couple of stories on the back page of the guardian newspaper. this is chris froome
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winning. extraordinary circumstances. you win a race at the beginning of a grand tour and then you hold of your rivals. but this was a stage nine victory that took him ahead of his rivals. also juergen klopp ready to replace his goalkeeper. liverpool, having applied to human dignity of being nice to him are going to sell him. mo salah may make the world cup, after it not necessarily being a shoulder dislocation but ligament damage, which means he may make the world cup for egypt's. damage, which means he may make the world cup for egypt'slj damage, which means he may make the world cup for egypt's. i felt sorry for the liverpool goalkeeper, but two big blunders in one game. the second one, probably because of the first one because he was upset about the first one. this is a talking point, the cricket. couple of points to bring up, sporting
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underachievement. everyone was excited about england coming home after a difficult winter away. nothing has changed, the green grass of home is not necessarily pleasant. they were beaten before the fourth day lunch. we have to say for england at the moment, they simply cannot bat, they realise the team that are supposed to show the kind of inability to play on english pitches, they can bat and so all england's strengths have been nullified in three and a half days at lord's. will be interesting to see the second test later this week. i was listening to phil tufnell and he was getting really excited that best was batting with butler and england could build the total to give themselves a chance. that lasted two overs. this is a generation thing. i don't know how old you are, but i remember when my
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mum and dad used to roll up a piece of paper and leave a note in the glass milk bottles for the milk in and say, one pint, or no milk today, please. whatever. apparently, it has gone, the nostalgia, there is no place for that any more. because now, you are supposed to leave an online instruction. this is a company which has 500,000 customers and have been told they need to go through the website. itjust doesn't seem through the website. itjust doesn't seem the same as rolling up a bit of paper. our milkman would come round, mr chalk. you knew his name! same old milk for the kids, please. locks on the door on a friday night to get his money. this is the finale of car share. i have seen this before, but
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it is worth looking at again. this is the filming rig inside the front of the car. it is a fiat, i think the car, but it is unbelievable, there are four microphones. there is about a dozen cameras to film peter kay and sian gibson as they do car share. that is what you call a dash. good old singalong, i say. thank you very much. the journey to work on the number 840 bus isn't your ordinary commute. it's just been crowned the most scenic bus ride in britain. however, campaign groups are warning that rural services are in crisis. simon gompertz has hopped on board to find out how to keep the wheels turning. it's a bus driver's dream. the 840 coastliner starts in leeds, it takes in york and then heads over the north york moors here and out to whitby on the coast. driving, what's been crowned,
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our most beautiful bus route, and getting paid for it is adam davies. everyday is a joy. everyday is a joy on this route. just beautiful. it's not only helping people that live out here getting to bigger places, to cities, it's bringing people out of the cities into this beautiful land. it's always nice when you see whitby come up on your rota. this award for most scenic route was thought up by paul kirby to drum up more interest in bus travel as funding is squeezed ever tighter. rural communities, many of them do need the bus services, they are a lifeline for many people because they don't have cars or they don't have access to cars. or the elderly, for example, they can't drive any more. so that's why it's important to bring publicity to especially scenic routes like this one. are you going to york, love? ticket sales pay for this service, but only partly. whitby, that's lovely.
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thanks very much. it depends on public money. council subsidy over the winter, also the bus firm being reimbursed for letting on all the trippers with free bus passes. for anybody who hasn't got a car, or anybody who hasn't got a driving licence, it's the only way to get out and about in the area. if you didn't have the bus? if we didn't have the bus, we wouldn't go. because you don't use the car because of the fuel price and everything, you will only use it maybe once a week or once a fortnight to try and save on the fuel. because i have epilepsy and i can't drive, it is very important to me that there are these bus routes so i can get to places like whitby that i've been coming to all my life. this is a trophy service. it scenic, its popular so it's survived. but that's not the case with a lot of bus routes. bus funding has been cut by a third in the last eight years and it's often the rural, most needed services, the ones that people don't have an alternative which tend to suffer.
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thanks very much, enjoy your holiday. last year, over 500 routes in england and wales were reduced or completely withdrawn. in whitby, volunteers have stepped in to provide services up to the places on the moors where people feel abandoned. every moore's bus. we'll have one of those. edom blyth is one of them, rebadging local buses and paying with donations. i think that somebody like us will always be needed. we are happy to do it, but we don't want to have to take over failing bus services because that shouldn't be the case, should it? it's all the more reason then to cherish remaining routes like the 840, on which you can go where you need to whilst soaking up views. simon gompertz, bbc news, in north yorkshire. it isa
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it is a beautiful part of the world, especially in the sunshine. absolutely. still to come this morning... we're in liverpool for the tall ships regatta. jayne is on board one of them. good morning. this is a beautiful pa rt good morning. this is a beautiful part of the world, take a look at this. we are waking up on the river mersey this morning for the tall ship festival. it is going to be a gorgeous morning. let me make some introductions. captain, good morning. good morning, tom. near— perfect conditions? it morning. good morning, tom. near—perfect conditions? it doesn't get much better than this on the mersey. it is as flat as a pancake, and nautical term. mersey. it is as flat as a pancake, and nauticalterm. smooth seas, but we will take flap as a pancake. the river pilots are looking after us, give them away. these are the tall ships this morning, the riverside is
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empty right now but i guarantee later on this morning when you come back to us, this place will be fall, to see this incredible spectacle. backin to see this incredible spectacle. back in 1956 somebody had the bright idea to give these amazing ships one last hurrah. because they were coming to the end of their shelf life maritime news and training use. somebody said, put on a race and give them a run out and back ca ptu red give them a run out and back captured the public‘s imagination. they have been doing these races every year ever since, all over the world. we will do more on this later on and be on board some of those incredible bustles, but for now we will leave you with this amazing scene with the sun coming up on the mersey and we will hand over to the news and the weather and traffic and travel where you are waking up to this morning. i bet it is not as gorgeous as this? good morning from bbc london news. the family of a black man who died in police custody have
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expressed their frustration after learning that nine officers involved may now face gross misconduct charges. kevin clarke, who was 35 years old, died after being detained by nine officers in south east london in march. the police watchdog is now investigating. i don't understand why it took nine officers against one person. i think in any situation, for anyone, cases like this have happened before where there's been multiple officers and then someone dies. stansted airport says passengers expecting to travel today should check with their airlines before leaving home. more than 200 flights were delayed or cancelled yesterday. hundreds of passengers were stranded after lightning damaged aircraft fuelling systems. the problem is now fixed but there could still could be some disruption. now if you've spent the bank holiday with a beer in your hand, it'll be no surprise to find out that prices here in the capital
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are twice as expensive as in other parts of the uk. the research by money guru found that the average price of a pint is now £5.19 — that's compared with just £2.35 in carlisle. this year's luton carnival has been declared a success after thousands lined the streets. bedfordshire police stepped up security at yesterday's event after a handful of recent knife crime in the area. but the carnival was about colourful costumes and community spirit. let's have a look at the travel situation now. 0n the tube — quite a lot of engineering work — on the london 0verground the northern line and tfl rail — so do check before you travel 0n the trains — all c2c services in and out of liverpool street will be diverted via fenchurch street — due to engineering works. golders green: busy traffic on the a406 north circular road westbound towards brent cross after an accident at the junction with a502 brent street.
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mill hill: a5100 the broadway is closed in both directions between bunn's lane and station road due to a police investigation. lets have a check on the weather now with alina jenkins. the bank holiday monday is going to deliver sunshine and warmth but also the chance of seeing some thunderstorms. we have a yellow warning from the met office to cover those thunderstorms with torrential rain ina those thunderstorms with torrential rain in a short time when we do catch them. but mainly dry this morning with plenty of sunshine around. it is through this afternoon we have the greatest chance of catching a local thunderstorm. they are scattered and some others will miss them entirely and in the sunshine temperature is 27 or 28 celsius. thunderstorms rumbling around this evening and then becomes drierfor around this evening and then becomes drier for a around this evening and then becomes drierfor a time with mist around this evening and then becomes drier for a time with mist and around this evening and then becomes drierfor a time with mist and low cloud peeping in from the north—east and further showers developing as we head towards dawn. it is another muqqy head towards dawn. it is another muggy and humid night. temperatures number slower than 13 or 14 celsius. the overnight showers should fade away tomorrow morning to leave most
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places with a largely dry day and spells of sunshine. a cloudy day and slightly cooler on wednesday. goodbye. i'm back in half an hour. bye for now. hello, this is breakfast. with rogerjohnson and naga munchetty. it's 6:30 on monday, 28th may. coming up on breakfast today... the misery continues for tsb customers, five weeks after problems were first reported. we'll find out where it's all going wrong for the bank. also this morning: british cyclist chris froome pulled it back to win the giro d'italia at the weekend. we'll ask where he goes from here. and: from taylor swift to billy ocean, the biggest weekend is coming to a close. we'll take a look at some of the highlights. good morning. here's a summary of today's main stories from bbc news. pressure to relax northern ireland's strict abortion laws is intensifying — with labour adding its voice to calls for change.
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it comes after friday's historic referendum in the republic of ireland. mps from across the commons say women should have the same rights in all parts of the uk — but downing street insists it's a matter for northern ireland. the dup, on whom theresa may relies for a majority in parliament, says it will not be bullied into accepting abortion. i think it is a popular opinion throughout northern ireland that we should not have a liberalised abortion regime, we should not have the 1967 abortion act here. but as i say, in the absence of a devolved assembly, whilst the referendum in the republic doesn't have any direct impact, it most certainly is a strong indicator that attitudes have been changing — not simply in the republic, and not even in northern ireland, but across the piece. northern ireland has the most repressive... and sometimes leads
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to the criminalisation of women on this issue. that can't be right. parts of the midlands and wales are recovering from flash floods caused by heavy rainfall yesterday. there are still almost 30 flood warnings in force across england. more than one month's rain fell in one hour in birmingham. there were storms through the night in buckinghamshire and northampton, with more expected in the southern parts of england today. meanwhile, in the united states, up to eight inches of rain fell on ellicott city, in maryland, in the space of two hours, causing flash flooding, according to local media. water rushed through the city's historic main street, toppling buildings and up—ending cars. it's barely two years since the area last flooded. a state of emergency has been declared by the governor of maryland. the nhs in england is to review how much it pays male and female doctors, in an effort to eliminate a gender pay gap of 15%. the health secretary says the review will look at why male doctors are paid on average £10,000 more than female doctors. across the whole nhs, women are paid 23% less
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than men, despite far more women being employed. american officials have arrived in north korea to finalise plans, ahead of an expected meeting between the leaders of both countries. the us president, donald trump, took to twitter to confirm their arrival and outline what he called the "brilliant potential" for the nation's economic future. it comes just days after he cancelled the summit, citing further hostility from the country. scotland's first minister, nicola sturgeon, will raise her concerns over brexit during a meeting with the eu's chief negotiator, michel barnier, in brussels later. ms sturgeon — who wants to remain in the customs union and single market — has called on the uk government to "engage properly" with devolved administrations after britain leaves the eu. wh smith has been voted the worst shop on uk high streets, by more than 10,000 people.
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in the which? survey, customers complained the stores were out—of—date, products were expensive and staff were rude. wh smith says just 184 shoppers commented. as we've been hearing, there has been a lot of speculation as to whether the summit between president trump and kim jong—un will take place, but this sighting in singapore of the north korean leader might have people thinking it was back on. he drew quite a crowd, but it soon became clear that despite the trademark haircut, he wasn't actually the real thing. it turned out he was an impersonator, who had come to singapore ahead of next month's summit. he even had a message for mr trump. hey, donald, i'm already here in singapore. it's fantastic. it'sjust like pyongyang, but with lots of good food. i got a chicken and rice. so come and down. if only he was that friendly or
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relaxed. absolutely, but he was a good impersonator. well, not his voice, but he worked apart. he definitely the part. whew, good morning. yes, good morning, iwill be morning. yes, good morning, i will be doing no comparison and is of anybody. i will be professional and jews expertise as much as i can. that and i will use my expertise. chris froome has had an excellent few days. many thought he had not a chance of winning the giro d'italia and the drugs test in spain some said should have prevented him competing, but he proved just how good he is on the bike. 0nce competing, but he proved just how good he is on the bike. once again, his creative —— once again... chris froome created history on sunday, by becoming only the third rider to win all three of cycling's grand tours back—to—back. that's because froome is the first british man to win the giro d'italia,
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and adds the title to his victories from last year's tour de france and vuelta a espana. he finished 46 seconds ahead of dutch defending champion tom dumoulin in the overall standings. to have won three grand tours in a row now, there's just no bigger, there's no bigger goal for a professional cyclist. and to be the holder of all those jerseys, i'm still pinching myself. it's just been such a roller—coaster, these last 48 hours especially. and this is definitely the hardest grand tour for me to win, with my abilities. this race is so unpredictable and, er... so to be here in the pinkjersey, in rome, isjust... itjust feels incredible. we will speak more about chris froome in a moment. british number one johanna konta says the media are not making it easy for her after losing in the french open first round for the fourth year in a row. konta doesn't like everyone bringing up the fact she's never won a match in the main draw at roland garros but, unfortunately, that's still the case after she was beaten in straight sets by kazakhstan's yulia putintseva.
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meanwhile, venus williams still hasn't won a grand slam match this year. she was knocked out in the first round in paris by china's wang qiang, who is currently ranked 91st in the world. we were meant to be looking forward to the fifth day of the test match between england and pakistan, but england didn't make it that far, losing by nine wickets at lord's. in fact, it was all over before lunch on sunday, after the home side lost the final four wickets of their second innings forjust six runs. pakistan knocked off their easy target, losing just one wicket. to win by nine. you look at that dressing room, there's not... it's a talented team, and there's plenty of guys in there that will do great things for england, and our next opportunity is to do that at headingley. so, we've got to turn things round, we've got to be clever about how we do things, and we've got to just be a little bit smarter in certain situations. if we get that right, you know, i've seen some of the performances the guys can do, especially at home.
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it has the glitz and the glamour, but something the monaco grand prix doesn't always produce are the most exciting races. sunday was one of those occasions. the main excitement came when two of the midfield runners crashed. it didn't stop daniel ricciardo winning in monte carlo for the first time. lewis hamilton finished third, as his championship lead was cut to 14 points. there is something of a tradition in monte carlo. a first win in monte carlo is always worth celebrating. ricciardo marked his chequered flag in the principality, byjumping fully clothed into a pool with his red bull team mates. he took a reporter with him as well. the australian suffered heartbreak at this race in 2016, when he lost from pole position, so he said this victory was two years in the making. in football, rotherham secured promotion back to the championship, after a 2—1 extra—time win over shrewsbury at wembley. rotherham captain richard wood scored both goals. his second — in the 103rd minute — proved to be the winner, sealing rotherham's return to the championship after being relegated 13 months ago. at the end of last season.
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after defeat in the champions league final against real madrid, goalkeeper loris karius — who, of course, made those two game—changing errors— has been speaking about his disappointment on social media. he said yesterday: "i haven't really slept until now, the scenes are still runing through my head again and again. i am infinitely sorry to my team mates, for you fans and for all the staff. i know i messed this up with the two mistakes and let you all down." mo salah, who was injured in the final, tweeted an update suggesting he will be fit for the world cup, saying, "it was a very tough night, but i'm a fighter. despite the odds, i'm confident that i'll be in russia to make you all proud. your love and support will give me the strength i need." so a disappointing weekend for liverpool, and karius in particular, but their manager didn't seem to be too dispirited. jurgen klopp was spotted out with liverpool supporters in kiev until the early hours of sunday morning. klopp's lost all three of the major cup finals he's played sincejoining liverpool, but he said there would be a party regardless. so here's the proof. with a lot of sound dipped so you
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cannot hear the song as it would not be suitable! have you heard the words? i heard the words and i scrubbed them out from my mind immediately! a little bit fresh? that is just one bit. you have to be capital. you have to be capital. you have to not play it and everybody can go on the internets to hear it. if liverpool fans are good at something, they are very good at creating songs. their song which has been running the length of this european cup campaign has been proof of how good they are. yes. fingers crossed for next season. yes, indeed, and another good song! thank you very much indeed. as hugh's just said, cyclist chris froome feels like he's in a dream after becoming the first briton to win the giro d'italia. he's only the third man to hold all three of the sport's grand tours simultaneously. joining us now from our london newsroom is former world champion cyclist tony doyle.
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good morning. when kiefer getting up bright and early. put into context chris froome's context ash thank you for getting up. in sporting terms, it isa for getting up. in sporting terms, it is a fantastic achievement. for the first britain to win the tour of italy, but to win the tour of italy, the tour of spain and the torah friends and to hold the three jerseys, it is miraculous performance. it was unexpected because at one point today b ra ilsfo rd because at one point today brailsford said he was thinking of packing in because he was so far off the pace and struggling. the race lasts over three paces just three weeks, 21 stages, it started injerusalem. the three weeks, 21 stages, it started in jerusalem. the first three weeks, 21 stages, it started injerusalem. the first time a major tour started outside of europe. to begin with, chris did not have the best of luck. as the race went on, he got stronger. but the real star of the tour was simon yates, the
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25—year—old from bury, lancashire, who went on to win three stages and to wear a who went on to win three stages and to weara pink who went on to win three stages and to wear a pink leader'sjersey who went on to win three stages and to wear a pink leader's jersey for 13 days. but a fantastic achievement. but big with his experience and coming but at the end, chris outshone simon the yates. simon yates did well, but fell away in the final days. given a bit more time and more experience, can he start to challenge chris froome? most definitely. simon has a twin brother, adam. he has previously been fought in the tour de france. simon and adam, they are the future of british cycling. young riders with a real talent. and they are really going to be the stars of the future. so they are going to be the new riders challenging for the honours in the tour of italy, the tour de france and the tour of spain. great young talent coming
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through and cycling in britain is going to be a force to be reckoned with for a long time. how tough has it been for chris froome? he says he will be cleared of wrongdoing regarding the drugs incident. how tough has it been to maintain his focus on what he has to do. very tough. hats of to chris for concentrating on what he's good at, producing the results. but we have not heard the last of this. there is a dark cloud hanging over chris and his team and a lot of questions that need to be answered. i don't feel very confident for the outcome. so obviously, there is a doping allegation. he has to clear his name. and the sport is very thorough at making sure that it gets to the bottom and it roots out any wrongdoing. so chris and dave b ra ilsfo rd wrongdoing. so chris and dave bra ilsford have wrongdoing. so chris and dave brailsford have got a lot of questions to answer.
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iam sure questions to answer. i am sure that will be done in the fullness of time. we are grateful to you for talking to us, that is tony doyle, former world champion. thank you. and you're watching breakfast from bbc news. the main stories this morning: theresa may is under pressure to reform northern ireland's abortion laws with labour calling for the government to back fresh legislation. parts of the midlands and wales are recovering from flash floods caused by heavy rainfall. carol's in holland park with our bank holiday monday weather. it looks beautiful. where you are. absolutely stunning. there is, it is nggy. absolutely stunning. there is, it is muggy. it seems muggy. it is feeling that a lot to answer this weekend. you're absolutely right. it does
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feel muggy and quite clammy this morning. temperatures in london around 17 celsius, as they are in cumbria. for most of us, out, temperatures 10—15, north east scotla nd temperatures 10—15, north east scotland is for— five and a low cloud. iam scotland is for— five and a low cloud. i am in holland scotland is for— five and a low cloud. iam in holland park and within holland park is a beautiful garden. it is japanese themed. we have quite cap within the pond. there is a stream. lots of peacocks and peahen is running around. in the south today, there is a risk of further thunderstorms. until four o'clock this morning, southern parts of the uk had over 100,000 lightning strikes and torrential rain in a small amount of time. the bank holiday monday forecast is sunny, it is warm and still a risk of thunderstorms. it isa
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it is a mild and muggy start, almost across the board, but not everywhere. we also have a lot of low cloud and mist and fog lapping in from the north sea through the night. making progress in mind. through today, it will push back towards the north sea coastline. so a lot of sunshine but through the day, temperatures will see thunderstorms developed. a yellow weather warning for east anglia, parts of england and southern england. also into south west england. also into south west england and wales, where we could see flash floods, torrential rain in a short amount of time. slow—moving and could lead to disruption. 0utside and could lead to disruption. outside of those, it will be warm and sunny as it will be as we move north through northern england into northern ireland and much of scotland. it is the east coast where we have a low cloud that the temperatures will be that bit lower.
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temperatures up to 27 in the highlands and 28 in london. yesterday, parts of northern ireland and into scotland and wales had the warmest day of the year so far, 26.8 celsius in places. so little bit higher today. this evening and overnight, the cloud in the east coast will come back in mind covering much of the uk. the exception is across northern ireland and northern and western scotland where we hang on to clear skies. again, showers, mostly dying away, but at risk of morse and —— thunderstorms from the near continent into the south east through the night. temperatures falling to about ten, 15 celsius. tomorrow, we start with this cloud, quite leaden skies and like today, it will push back towards the east coast. again, a lot of sunshine around, but still the risk thunderstorms developing. temperatures, not quite as warm as
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today, but looking at a high of about 25 celsius so temperatures still widely away from the east coast a bove still widely away from the east coast above average for this stage in may. and right on cue, one of the peahen is decided to call! did you not hear it? it was really loud. that is a lady peacock? i would like to know the difference between a male peacock and the lady peacock. the peacock has a big plumage. no, the sound! 0h, no, the sound! oh, lord! we were talking about springwatch. iam we were talking about springwatch. i am naughty, we were talking about springwatch. iam naughty, sorry, carol! see you later. later, we are talking to chris packham and michaela strachan about springwatch. if anyone would know, they would no! jayne's taking advantage of the sun in liverpool.
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she's at the city's docks, where the tall ships regatta is setting sail later today. 17 tall ships — from all over the world — are taking part in the race, including one vessel which has been specially designed so able—bodied and disabled people can sail side by side. morning, jayne. but we should make it clear you are not on a tall ship! steve, just show everyone commissioner roger where i am. hello, captain alan! i am commissioner roger where i am. hello, captain alan! iam not commissioner roger where i am. hello, captain alan! i am not on a tall ship. what is it cold? the fourth hunter. it is not as glamorous as, look at these, they are magnificent! and the sun is coming up beautifully. the life building behind them. i'm enjoying this twinkly river mersey, but steve is having kittens. it is gorgeous. the tall ships festival has been happening in liverpool for
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some time and ten years ago when liverpool was crowned european capital of culture, over 1 liverpool was crowned european capital of culture, over1 million people came to see this event and crowded down the quayside to see the ships. amazing spectacle. later, there are three here this morning and 17 in total tucked away behind the liver building and they will come out for a parade of sale later and take part in the tall ships regatta. it is not a race for seasoned sailors, it is about bringing young people from different backgrounds together a different abilities coming together on the sea to build skills, to build friendships, and hopefully they reckon change lives. i want to bring in the race director, paul bishop. good morning. tell me what schooner fever is. it isa fever is. it is a phrase used for any young person who comes on these
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magnificent tall ships, they are captured by everything, they want to come back and sale on these tall ships time and time again. must be incredible, most of them are owned by charities and most of the young people who take part in this amazing event will be sponsored by charity and they will have a bursary you have been telling me this is not elitist. what kind of people do you bring together? everybody, all walks of life, background, culture, or people from around the world. people from new zealand. but sail training is not elitist, it is accessible to anybody. there is financial support through charities and foundations to help any young person with a cell —— a sense of adventure he wants the experience of a lifetime, you can do it. but the mobile phones, they don't work out at sea but you says it has a good influence on them, this disconnect from normal life. how does it impact on them? we ran a
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race across the atlantic last year and the overwhelming feedback we had from the young people taking part, not to begin with, but they loved being out of contact away from social media and facebook and they just loved seeing nature and is talking with each other and having that experience. it is going to be absolutely amazing, i'm sure you will have fantastic crowds because the weather conditions are brilliant. 20 some at. i dust want to bring baton in. —— thank you so much. make this promise now, what will we see this morning on the mersey? quite likely we will see some seals, and will try my best to look out for it. you have said it on air, it has got to happen and if you see anything, shout! that is it for now, we will have more later. it is fantastic conditions down here for what will be an amazing day. it will be good, thank you. a spectacular view with the liver building and liverpool waterfront.
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the lord nelson is that specially modified ship for disabled people and it is fantastic because anybody can take part, wheelchairs, it is brilliant. at the weekend, steph and i had a bit of a battle over how to pronounce bath. i think royal regatta is correct. i think regatta is correct. ithink so, regatta is correct. i think so, but what do i know, i am from stoke?! i'm sure everybody else from stoke is perfectly adept. we don't have many regattas in stoke. royal regatta! anyway, more about that later. it has been an incredible couple of days. it's been an incredible couple of days at the bbc‘s biggest weekend — with 100 performances from global superstars such as taylor swift to idols from the ‘90s dance scene. later today, the bbc‘s concert 0rchestra will take to the stage. 0ur entertainment correspondent lizo mzimba's report contains some flash photography from the start. the spectacular sights and sounds of 0rbital‘s headline set,
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one of the highlights of the belfast event. noel gallagher revisiting an 0asis classic definitely a crowd favourite in perth. # and so sally can wait she knows it's too late # as we're walking on by # her soul slides away # but don't look back in anger, i heard you say #. on both days in swansea, a few fans were desperate for the best views, and most seemed to enjoy soaking up the singing and the sunshine. it's absolutely brilliant. and it's been such a good day. honestly, the best day. i came down from london. it's been really great. the weather's been nice. the atmosphere's great here. i mean, everyone is having such a good time. the weather's been absolutely lush
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today, and i think that it's made the day a lot more better and i've enjoyed it more. perfect conditions for a string of top—selling stars, starting off with ‘shape of you' singer ed sheeran. swansea, sing it loud, yeah! # i'm in love with the shape of you # we push and pull like a magnet do # although my heart is falling too, oh... # i'm in love with your body #. many of those watching hadn't even been born when craig david's ‘7 days' hit number one. thanks to his recent resurgence, he attracted one of the weekend's biggest crowds. # monday # took her for a drink on tuesday #. there is also a particular significance to this saturday and sunday. with so much emphasis on gender balance at big festivals, one thing that has gone down well is that the two closing acts are two of the biggest female names in the industry. # and i'm so curious # your mind got me feeling some type of way...
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global superstar taylor swift dedicated her song ‘gorgeous‘ to the women she performs with onstage. # you make me so happy it turns back to sad # there's nothing i hate more than what i can't have #. # you got the love... while the radio 1 event was closed in front of a huge crowd by florence and the machine. # sometimes i feel like saying... lizo mzimba, bbc news, swansea. # cos you got the love i need to see me through #. cheering that would have been amazing, i wish i had that would have been amazing, i wish ihada that would have been amazing, i wish i had a ticket. let's know how it was and get in touch this morning. i watched a bit on the telly and noel gallagher was great. time now to get the news, travel and weather where you are. good morning from bbc london news, i'm alpa patel. the family of a black man who died in police custody have expressed their frustration after learning that nine officers involved may now face gross misconduct charges. kevin clarke, who was 35 years old,
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died after being detained by officers in south—east london in march. the police watchdog is now investigating. i don't understand why it took nine officers against one person. i think in any situation, for anyone, cases like this have happened before where there has been multiple officers and then someone dies. stansted airport says passengers expecting to travel today should check with their airlines before leaving home. more than 200 flights were delayed or cancelled yesterday. hundreds of passengers were stranded after lightning damaged aircraft fuelling systems. the problem is now fixed, but there could still could be some disruption. this year's luton carnival has been declared a success after thousands lined the streets. bedfordshire police stepped up security at yesterday's event — after a handful of recent knife crime in the area.
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but the carnival was about colourful costumes and community spirit. it's just people of every nationality, and that's what this carnival is about. that is what britain is about. and the colours on the parade and the young children taking part, ithink the parade and the young children taking part, i think itjust epitomises written and the carnival. let's have a look at the travel situation now. 0n the tube — quite a lot of engineering work — on the northern line, tfl rail and london overground. just to add — london 0verground has no service between dalston kingsland and stratford and severe delays and willesden junction due to a faulty train. 0n the trains — all c2c services in and out of liverpool street will be diverted via fenchurch street, due to engineering works. in mill hill — broadway is closed in both directions, between bunn's lane and station road, due to a police investigation. in clapham, the traffic lights are out of action on wandsworth road — at the junction with lambourn road. let's have a check on the weather
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now with alina jenkins sunshine and warmth and the chance of thunderstorms. a yellow warning, torrential rain in a short amount of time where we catch them. mainly dry this morning with plenty of sunshine. it is this afternoon where we have the greatest chance of catching a local thunderstorm and you can see they are scattered so some of us will miss them and in the sunshine, temperatures up to 27 or 28 celsius. still thunderstorms through this evening and at first night. dry for a time and we see mist and low cloud creeping in from the north east. though the north east. further showers developing towards dawn. another muggy and humid night. temperatures not much lower than 13, 14 celsius. 0vernight showers should fade away tomorrow morning to leave most places with a largely dry day and spells of sunshine. a cloudy day and cooler on wednesday. have a lovely morning. i am back in
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half an hour. plenty more on our website at the usual address. now though it's back to naga and roger. hello this is breakfast, with rogerjohnson and naga munchetty. more pressure for change to northern ireland's strict abortion laws — as labour urges the government to back new legislation. following friday's historic refendum in the republic of ireland, several mps have called for women in all parts of the uk to have the same rights — downing street insists it's a matter for northern ireland. good morning it's monday the 28th of may. also this morning: tackling the gender pay gap at england's biggest employer — the health secretary launches a review into doctors' pay in the nhs. more than a month's rainfall injust one hour — a bank holiday clean—up after flash floods in wales and the midlands. almost 30 flood warnings
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are still in place. and carol is out and about with the weather. good morning. more thunderstorms in the forecast across southern areas, southern england and parts of wales. they could lead to disruption and flash flooding. not all of us will see them for many will be sunny, dry and warm away from the east coast, but there will be more cloud. i will have more in 15 minutes. in sport, history for chris froome. as he rides his way to into the record books again. he's become only the third man to hold all three of cycling's grand tour titles simulaneously. when rolling moorland replaces congested high streets — your average bus ride is decidely improved. we'll find out why the 840 has been declared britain's most scenic route. pressure to relax northern ireland's strict abortion
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laws is intensifying — with labour adding its voice to calls for women to be given the same rights across the uk. it comes after friday's historic referendum in ireland. mps from across the commons, say women should have the same rights across the uk. the dup, on whom theresa may relies on for a majority in parliament, says it will not be bullied into accepting abortion. 0ur political correspondent jonathan blake joins us from our london newsroom. labour are the latest to pile the pressure on the government, what has the party been saying? changing the law on abortion in northern ireland would normally be a matter for the government there. but it doesn't have one at the moment. the northern ireland executive collapsed almost 18 months ago and talks to get it up and running again have failed since. berlocq a could be changed from westminster and imposed on northern - that
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aain. it is we much the running again. it is very much the government's focus. labour is saying it isn't good enough and the government here in london should act. it is looking at legislative options, it says and ireland 1:55:37; 3 55:2 7— 7 but across the and northern ireland, but across the piece. northern ireland has the most repressive and sometimes leads to the criminalisation of women on this issue. that cannot be right in the year we are now in. one option would be an amendment to the domestic
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violence bill currently making its way through parliament at westminster. that would see northern ireland's law on abortion brought into line with the rest of the uk. but the government is not showing any signs it will back that and if it came to a vote in parliament and thatis it came to a vote in parliament and that is at this stage, a very big if, in my beerfree that is at this stage, a very big if, in my beer free vote that is at this stage, a very big if, in my beerfree vote meaning mps would have developed in lined with their party policies, it would be a matter of conscience. but that is a long way off and campaigners who are keen to seize on the momentum of ireland's abortion change, could find they are in for a very long fight. jonathan, thank you very much. parts of the midlands and wales are recovering from flash floods caused by heavy rainfall yesterday. in some places more than one month's rainfall felljust one hour. there are still almost 30 flood warnings in force across england. ben ando's report contains flashing images. the waters rose with breathtaking speed. in some parts of birmingham, they had more rain in one hour than the average
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for the whole of may. on a bank holiday weekend in edgbaston, there was little residents or the emergency services could do other than watch and wait, as floodwaters reached up to five foot in depth. some of these houses have been flooded three times in recent years. the police urged people not to travel but stranded cars like this one were perhaps the most effective warning to other drivers. i don't think this is safe. some motorists did make it through. while birmingham bore the brunt of the deluge, flash floods also hit parts of buckinghamshire, berkshire and here in northampton. in many areas the rainfall varied dramatically from neighbourhood to neighbourhood. the flooding extended as far west as welshpool in mid wales. and the storms also led to dramatic lightning displays. today, the heavy downpours may continue in some parts, though elsewhere, forecasters say it could be barbecue weather.
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as some enjoy the hottest day of the year so far, with temperatures possibly reaching 29 celsius in the south—east. ben ando, bbc news. the nhs in england is to review how much it pays male and female doctors in an effort to eliminate a gender pay gap of 15%. a review announced by the health secretary will look at why male doctors are paid on average £10,000 more than female doctors. 0ur health correspondent dominic hughes reports. the nhs is farfrom alone in struggling with a gender pay gap, but in an organisation where women make up most of the workforce, it is noticeable that men still hold the most senior positions. as the bbc reported in april, overall, female staff earn nearly a quarter less than their male colleagues. this review will concentrate on the gender pay gap among medical staff. the average pay for a male doctor in the nhs is just over £67,700.
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but atjust over £57,500, the average pay for a female doctor is more than £10,000 less. across all medical professions, including doctors, the pay gap is 15%. we need to make sure people are really supported to progress in work, but also if women need to take time out of the workplace to have children, that we have the right policies in place to support things like flexible working, shared parental leave and we are recruiting people back into our health service after they may have taken a career gap for any reason. the review will look at issues such as the impact of motherhood, working patterns and care arrangements. and also why, given that more women are entering medical school, men still dominate in senior roles. while this is looking at medical jobs, it should have implications across the nhs. dominic hughes, bbc news. and just after 8:00am this morning we'll be speaking to professor jane dacre who is leading the review.
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american officials have arrived in north korea to finalise plans for an expected meeting between the two countries' leaders. us president, donald trump, outlined what he called the "brilliant potential" for the north's economic future. it comes just days after he cancelled the summit citing further hostility from the country. rupert wingfield hayes joins us now from paju near to the north korean border. it was on, it was off, is it on again now? well, i hesitate to make any predictions after last week when we really were going backwards and forwards all the time. i do think these talks here about a mile and a half behind me,. they started yesterday and they are taking place today, i understand. they are
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significant because after covering this for the last several months, resident trump, up until last week was winging it, hoping they could get into a room with kimjong—un was winging it, hoping they could get into a room with kim jong—un and the two men could come up with a deal. that has changed and they have sent a serious delegation from the united states to take part in these talks and north korea have sent a experience delegation to pyongyang. the us delegation is led by the ambassador to the philippines, he is also experienced. they know the issues, they know the nuts and bolts of what is needed for an agreement and they are now talking just about and they are now talking just about a mile behind me here. rupert, we will speak to later. scotland's first minister nicola sturgeon will raise her concerns over brexit during a meeting with the eu's chief negotiator michel barnier in brussels later.
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ms sturgeon, who wants to remain in the customs union and single market, has called on the uk government to "engage properly" with devolved administrations after britain leaves the eu. wh smith has been voted the worst shop on uk high streets, by more than 10,000 people. in the which? survey, customers complained the stores were out—of—date, products were expensive and staff were rude. wh smith says just 184 shoppers commented. there was a bit of a surprise for some fans of the isle of man tt race who were riding the course before the event. they spotted this family of ducklings waddling across the road before helping them to safety. the friends now call this section the "quacker‘ bends". look how happy they are. although
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they may look formidable and intimidating in their leather and helmets, they are big softies underneath. indeed. tsb customers are still having problems with their online banking, five weeks after an it switchover caused major issues. some who have accounts with the bank say fraudsters have tried to take advantage of the confusion. ali richards is one of them, she joins us from southampton. and on the sofa with us is independent banking analyst frances coppola. good morning to both of you. alli, i know you have had a terrible problem, but give us a snapshot. know you have had a terrible problem, but give us a snapshotlj spent problem, but give us a snapshot.” spent over 13 hours on hold in total andi spent over 13 hours on hold in total and i still haven't had a resolution. you have lost money out of your account? yes, £2000 has been
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transferred out. i didn't have £2000 in my account but the fraudsters managed to transfer it into a different bank account. do you have the confidence this will get sorted? iam hoping the confidence this will get sorted? i am hoping so, ijust want the bank to sort it. francis, what did you do in terms of being in a situation where you are on hold for so many hours? i received a text message purporting to be from the tsb, it turned out it wasn't, but it was in the same field on my mobile phone telling me £1900 had been paid to argos and if it wasn't from me, i should contact them. i did, using the number on the text message. i feel very foolish for doing that. i confirmed my name and date of birth and that is all the information i gave them. i didn't give them any userid gave them. i didn't give them any user id or banking details. but they
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user id or banking details. but they use the new it processes to reset my password on my banking and then transferred the money out. so alli's experience is clear and we have heard other experiences from one tsb customer watching thousands of pounds trickle out of his account while he was on hold to the tsb fraud department. what is going wrong with the systems in place at the moment? this is a massive failure in customer service because people cannot get through to the fraud lines. that is pretty bad. it isn'tjust an fraud lines. that is pretty bad. it isn't just an it meltdown. fraud lines. that is pretty bad. it isn'tjust an it meltdown. what is the obligation the bank has in terms of any, the obligation the bank has in terms ofany, i the obligation the bank has in terms of any, i don't know, any behavioural guidelines or anything like that in terms of what they had to offer in terms of fraud? if it is fraud, they are obliged to return the money. i meant in terms of being able to get through on a phone line
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in terms of timings? it is hard to say. then it is difficult of accusing them to do something wrong? we can say, if people can't even report fraud, the bank is our fault because their own procedures are not working. customers are left with very little option. in all the years you have observed the banking sector, how bad the situation is this? this is the worst meltdown i have seen. in more than 30 years, i have seen. in more than 30 years, i have never seen have seen. in more than 30 years, i have never seen a have seen. in more than 30 years, i have never seen a meltdown might this that has gone on for as long as this that has gone on for as long as this and has been so widespread and cove red this and has been so widespread and covered so many different areas. the second worst was ulster bank. but that was one specific thing and the problem was the system rolled on and it took a while to sort things out. this is ongoing with lots and lots of issues. alli, have you had contact with tsb since this happened
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and has there been any redress or any apology from tsb or explanation of why you are kept on hold for so long? no, i did speak to the team last night as they were closing. they tried to put me through to another department and again, i was left on hold. ironically, ifailed the security checks because i have had this account is a long time, i did know what my overdraft limit was soi did know what my overdraft limit was so i couldn't go through to resolve this. he failed the security checks but the fraudsters could get through and take £2000 out of your bank? exactly, you couldn't make it. we have got a response from the tsb and it says it is really sorry. it is investigating and will be talking to you to put things right. tsb has it protects customer's information and no customer will be left out of pocket as a result of the recent it
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issues. does that make you feel a little bit better? it does, ijust wa nt to little bit better? it does, ijust want to end this episode and get on with my life. i haven't been sleeping or eating, ijust want with my life. i haven't been sleeping or eating, i just want to move on. if they are going to talk to you, that they will phone you and you can put them on hold for a couple of hours. i need to verify their identity before i speak to them. francis, there is a serious side to this, bikes need to get this right? yes, absolutely. the chief executive said he was going to take personal responsibility for the situation? he needs to take personal responsibility by resigning. thank you both very much. i hope you get it sorted. you're watching breakfast from bbc news.
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the main stories this morning... theresa may is under pressure to reform northern ireland's abortion laws with labour calling for the government to back fresh legislation. downing street says it's a matter for the suspended stormont assemby. there are almost 30 flood warnings in force across england. parts of the midlands and wales are recovering from flash floods caused by heavy rainfall. let's find out where carol is this morning. some beautiful sunlight, and then there is you. this is a little hidden gem within holland park. i didn't know it was here until we arrive. it has so many lovely things in it. very mad start to the day. the temperature in london is about 17 celsius but
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widely across the uk looking at a temperature range of ten to 15. that is, unless you are under the low cloud and mist and fog we have over the east. temperatures there close to four and five. a lot of thunder and lightning in the last 24 hours. in southern part of the uk we had over 100,000 lightning strikes. today, we have more thunder and lightning in the forecast. we have got a warm day in prospect, temperatures getting up to about 28 celsius in london, 27 in the highlands. we are looking at a lot of dry weather. but, we have the risk of those thunderstorms. first thing this morning there is a lot of cloud. low cloud, mist and fog which is coming from the north sea overnight which has drifted onshore. this morning, it will burn back right onto the coastline, so from
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the wash, heading across eastern england and eastern scotland. for the rest of us, expect sunshine. as temperatures rise, that is when we are at risk from thunderstorms. the met office has a yellow warning out for those thunderstorms and they are likely to be slow—moving, heavy and could lead to flash flooding and disruption. particularly across east anglia, southern part of england, including the south—east and the south west and wales. in between them there will be sunshine and as we move into northern england, northern ireland and scotland, a lot of dry weather and sunshine away from the east coast where we do have the cloud. temperatures today, if you are stuck under the cloud, temperatures will be roughly 13 to 16. if you are in the sunshine, the low 20s. easily be mid—20s and for some, the high 20s. pollen levels are moderate across most of england and wales, exception to that is
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northern england northern ireland scotland. here they are low. showers will fade overnight, and then the cloud romps inland to all but the far north and west of scotland and northern ireland. thunderstorms coming in from the near continent across the south—east. another muggy night. tomorrow we start with leaden skies across most of the uk. northern ireland and northern and western scotland starting with sunshine. the cloud will burn back to the north sea coastline allowing more sunshine to develop. 0nce to the north sea coastline allowing more sunshine to develop. once again we will see some further thunderstorms, temperatures not quite as high as today and a maximum of 25 in london. but even at 25, those temperatures are still higher than we would expect at this stage in may. to beat the record or the warmest day of the year so far in england we would have to be 29.1
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which we got in the first may bank holiday, if you remember? it has been a while when first thing in the morning you can be injust a cardigan and address instead of a coat and scarf, it is glorious, isn't it? it is, in make such a difference and how light it is so early now. easily by 4:45am we're looking at daylight in london. it makes such a difference. we bounce out of bed. i am justjumping to the conclusion carol has not got her thermals on under her dress. i wouldn't have thought so, not this morning. iam not morning. i am not saying anything. good woman, carol, wise words as usual. the journey to work on the number 840 bus isn't your ordinary commute. it's just been crowned the ‘most scenic bus ride in britain'. however campaign groups are warning that rural services are in crisis. simon gompertz has hopped
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on board to find out how to keep the wheels turning. it's a bus driver's dream. the 840 coastliner starts in leeds, it takes in york and then heads over the north york moors here and out to whitby on the coast. driving, what's been crowned, our most beautiful bus route, and getting paid for it is adam davies. everyday is a joy. everyday is a joy on this route. just beautiful. it's not only helping people that live out here getting to bigger places, to cities, it's bringing people out of the cities into this beautiful land. it's always nice when you see whitby come up on your rota. this award for most scenic route was thought up by paul kirby to drum up more interest in bus travel as funding is squeezed ever tighter. rural communities, many of them do need the bus services, they are a lifeline for many people because they don't have cars
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or they don't have access to cars. or the elderly, for example, they can't drive any more. so that's why it's important to bring publicity to especially scenic routes like this one. are you going to york, love? ticket sales pay for this service, but only partly. whitby, that's lovely. thanks very much. it depends on public money. council subsidy over the winter, also the bus firm being reimbursed for letting on all the trippers with free bus passes. for anybody who hasn't got a car, or anybody who hasn't got a driving licence, it's the only way to get out and about in the area. if you didn't have the bus? if we didn't have the bus, we wouldn't go. because you don't use the car because of the fuel price and everything, you will only use it maybe once a week or once a fortnight to try and save on the fuel. because i have epilepsy and i can't drive, it is very important to me that there are these bus routes so i can get to places like whitby that i've been coming to all my life. this is a trophy service.
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it's scenic, its popular so it's survived. but that's not the case with a lot of bus routes. bus funding has been cut by a third in the last eight years and it's often the rural, most needed services, the ones that people don't have an alternative to, which tend to suffer. thanks very much, enjoy your holiday. last year, over 500 routes in england and wales were reduced or completely withdrawn. in whitby, volunteers have stepped in to provide services up to the places on the moors where people feel abandoned. every moore's bus. we'll have one of those. edom blyth is one of them, rebadging local buses and paying with donations. i think that somebody like us will always be needed. we are happy to do it, but we don't want to have to take over failing bus services because that shouldn't be the case, should it?
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it's all the more reason then to cherish remaining routes like the 840, on which you can go where you need to whilst soaking up views. simon gompertz, bbc news, in north yorkshire. that is what you call a bus trip. you have seen carol in the beautiful garden. jaimie mcgovern is on the water in liverpool. we are are on the lord nelson, which is an incredibly special ship. the lord nelson, which is an incredibly specialship. it the lord nelson, which is an incredibly special ship. it is only one of two in the world that are kitted out for people with disabilities, in wheelchairs, visually impaired and hearing impaired. good morning. that is why we we re impaired. good morning. that is why we were able to be here with nicola, martin and the captain. hello,
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darren. you have never sailed before? no. you are in for a treat. we'll chat later. people with visual impairments, they can take this wheel and navigate across the seas because of the kit they have in here. we will hear lots more on what life is like on the ships at this incredible event at the mersey. but now it is time for the weather, the news and sport where ever you are waking up to this morning. good morning from bbc london news, i'm alpa patel. the family of a black man who died in police custody have expressed their frustration after learning that nine officers involved may now face gross misconduct charges. kevin clarke, who was 35 years old, died after being detained by nine officers in south east london in march. the police watchdog is now investigating. i don't understand why it took nine officers against one person. i think in any situation, for anyone, cases like this have
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happened before where there's been multiple officers and then someone dies. police in tottenham are concerned for the safety of a missing pregnant mother and her two children. crystal gibbs and her children were last seen a gibbs and her children were last seen a week ago gibbs and her children were last seen a week ago on gibbs and her children were last seen a week ago on sunday at their home in northumberland park. stansted airport says passengers expecting to travel today should check with their airlines before leaving home. more than 200 flights were delayed or cancelled yesterday. hundreds of passengers were stranded after lightning damaged aircraft fuelling systems. the problem is now fixed but there could still could be some disruption. now if you've spent the bank holiday with a beer in your hand, it'll be no surprise to find out that prices here in the capital are twice as expensive as in other parts of the uk. the research by money guru found that the average price of a pint is now £5.19 — that's compared with just £2.35 in carlisle.
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let's have a look at the travel situation now. quite a lot of engineering work going on on tfl. no service on the waterloo & city line until 8am. 0n the trains, all services out of liverpool street will be diverted via french are street due to engineering work. the broadway is closed in both directions due to a police investigation. in clapham, the traffic lights are out of action on wandsworth road with the junction with lambourne road. lets have a check on the weather now with alina jenkins. the bank holiday monday is going to deliver sunshine and warmth but also the chance of seeing some thunderstorms. we have a yellow warning from the met office to cover those
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thunderstorms with torrential rain in a short time when we do catch them. but mainly dry this morning with plenty of sunshine around. it is through this afternoon we have the greatest chance of catching a local thunderstorm. they are well scattered and some others will miss them entirely and in the sunshine temperature is 27 or 28 celsius. thunderstorms rumbling around this evening and then becomes drier for a time with mist and low cloud creeping in from the north—east and further showers developing as we head towards dawn. it is another muggy and humid night. temperatures lower than 13 or 14 celsius. the overnight showers should fade away tomorrow morning to leave most places with a largely dry day and spells of sunshine. a cloudy day and slightly cooler on wednesday. goodbye. we are back in half an hour. that is it from me. goodbye. hello. this is breakfast, with rogerjohnson and naga munchetty. here's a summary of this morning's main stories from bbc news:
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pressure to relax northern ireland's strict abortion laws is intensifying, with labour adding its voice to calls for change. it comes after friday's historic referendum in the republic of ireland. mps from across the commons say women should have the same rights in all parts of the uk, but downing street insists it's a matter for northern ireland. the dup, on whom theresa may relies for a majority in parliament, says it will not be bullied into accepting abortion. i think it is a popular opinion throughout northern ireland that we should not have a liberalised abortion regime, we should not have the 1967 abortion act here. parts of the midlands and wales are recovering from flash floods caused by heavy rainfall yesterday. there are still almost 30 flood warnings in force across england. more than one month's rain fell in one hour in birmingham. there were storms through the night in buckinghamshire and northampton, with more expected in the southern parts of england today. meanwhile, in the united states, up to eight inches of rain
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fell on ellicott city, in maryland, in the space of two hours, causing flash flooding, according to local media. water rushed through the city's historic main street, toppling buildings and up—ending cars. it's barely two years since the area last flooded. a state of emergency has been declared by the governor of maryland. the nhs in england is to review how much it pays male and female doctors, in an effort to eliminate a gender pay gap of 15%. the health secretary says the review will look at why male doctors are paid on average £10,000 more than female doctors. across the whole nhs, women are paid 23% less than men, despite far more women being employed. american officials have arrived in north korea to finalise plans for an expected meeting between the two countries' leaders. 0n social media, us president donald trump confirmed the arrival of his team, and outlined what he called the "brilliant potential" for the north's economic future.
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it comes just days after he cancelled the summit, citing further hostility from the country. scotland's first minister, nicola sturgeon, will raise her concerns over brexit during a meeting with the eu's chief negotiator, michel barnier, in brussels later. ms sturgeon — who wants to remain in the customs union and single market — has called on the uk government to "engage properly" with devolved administrations after britain leaves the eu. whsmith has been voted the worst shop on uk high streets — by more than 10,000 people. in the which? survey, customers complained the stores were out—of—date, products were expensive and staff were rude. whsmith says just 184 shoppers commented. as we've been hearing, there has been a lot of speculation as to whether the summit between president trump and kim jong—un will take place, but this sighting in singapore of the north korean leader might have people thinking it was back on.
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he drew quite a crowd, but it soon became clear that despite the trademark haircut, he wasn't actually the real thing. it turned out he was an impersonator, who had come to singapore ahead of next month's summit. he even had a message for mr trump. hey, donald, i'm already here in singapore. look, it's fantastic! it's just like pyongyang, but with lots of good food. i got the durian, i got you chicken rice. so come on down. there is an invitation! do you think the president eats chicken rice? why would you not? good stuff. what we need now is a really good mike impersonator! i have done my best. you don't need to do that. you are
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all good. the real mike would not have been quite as rude as i was about mike bushell. idid say bushell. i did say that. that is fine. it is your fault, a kim jong—un impersonator in singapore and mike bushell impersonator is in new york city can't make it. chris froome is the first british man to win the giro d'italia in the race's101—year history and, in doing so, he becomesjust the third cyclist in history to hold all three of the sport's major grand tour titles at the same time. 0ur reporter, tim hague, was at the final processional stage through rome yesterday where froome sealed his victory. he joins us from there now. it is an incredibly impressive and rare achievement from chris froome. if there is anywhere in the world to create history, surely it is in the most historic city in europe. perhaps the world, rome. chris froome, the holder of all three grand tour titles. 0nly
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froome, the holder of all three grand tour titles. only seven men in history have held all three grand tour titles and he is only the third man in history to hold them successively, winning the tour de france last year, the tour of spain and now the giro d'italia. he did not look anywhere near winning it, behind simon yates, but it opened up the victory in the stage around rome, 115 kilometres, it was flat all the way and chris froome strolled across the line to take the title. i spoke to him late last late and this is what he had to say. to have won three grand tours in a row now, there's just no bigger, there's no bigger goal for a professional cyclist. and to be the holder of all those jerseys, i'm still pinching myself. it's just been such a roller—coaster, these last 48 hours especially. and this is definitely the hardest grand tour for me to win, with my abilities. this race is so unpredictable and, er... so to be here in the pinkjersey, in rome, isjust... itjust feels incredible. well, i asked chris froome whether
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he would be having a drink is like to celebrate and he said no, not really. he is back on a flight this morning at 9am local time, at 8am in the uk. already preparing for the tour de france which begins injuly. whether he will be appearing in the tour de france is not definite, there is an ongoing investigation as to why he was over the legal limit foran to why he was over the legal limit for an asthma drug salbutamol in the vuelta a espa na. for an asthma drug salbutamol in the vuelta a espana. you may be stripped of the title, we're not sure, it may resolve itself before the tour but chris froome is preparing for the tour de france injuly but today, probably still smiling after winning here in rome of —— the giro d'italia. thank you very much. british number one johanna konta says the media are not making it easy for her after losing in the french open first round for the fourth year in a row.
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konta doesn't like everyone bringing up the fact she's never won a match in the main draw at roland garros but, unfortunately, that's still the case — after she was beaten in straight sets by kazakhstan's yulia putintseva. meanwhile, venus williams still hasn't won a grand slam match this year. the ninth seed was knocked out in the first round in paris by china's wang qiang, who is currently ranked 91st in the world. we were meant to be looking forward to the fifth day of the test match between england and pakistan, but england didn't make it that far, losing by nine wickets at lord's. in fact, it was all over before lunch on sunday, after the home side lost the final four wickets of their second innings forjust six runs. pakistan knocked off their easy target, losing just one wicket. you look at that dressing room, there's not... it's a talented team, and there's plenty of guys in there that will do great things for england, and our next opportunity is to do that at headingley. so, we've got to turn things round, we've got to be clever about how we do things, and we've got to just be a little
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bit smarter in certain situations. if we get that right, you know, i've seen some of the performances the guys can do, especially at home. it has the glitz and the glamour, but something the monaco grand prix doesn't always produce the most exciting races, with both lewis hamilton and fernando alonso saying it was boring. the main excitement came when two of the midfield runners crashed. the man who did enjoy the race was daniel ricciardo, who won in monte carlo for the first time. hamilton finished third, as his championship lead was cut to 14 points. well, a first win in monte carlo is always worth celebrating. ricciardo marked his chequered flag in the principality byjumping fully clothed into a pool with his red bull team mates. the australian suffered heartbreak at this race in 2016, when he lost from pole position, so he said this victory was two years in the making. as is his strike cleaning bill!
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in football, rotherham secured promotion back to the championship, after a 2—1 extra time win over shrewsbury at wembley in the league one playoff final. rotherham captain richard wood scored both goals. his second — in the 103rd minute — proved to be the winner, sealing rotherham's return to the championship after being relegated 13 months ago. after defeat in the champions league final against real madrid, goalkeeper loris karius — who, of course, made those two game—changing errors — has been speaking about his disappointment on social media. he said yesterday: "i haven't really slept until now. the scenes are still running through my head again and again. i'm infinitely sorry to my team mates, for you fans and for all the staff. i know that i messed this up with the two mistakes and let you all down." mo salah, who was injured in the final, tweeted an update suggesting he will be fit for the world cup, saying, "it was a very tough night, but i'm a fighter.
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despite the odds, i'm confident that i'll be in russia to make you all proud. your love and support will give me the strength i need." so a very disappointing weekend for liverpool — and karius, in particular, and salah — but their manager didn't seem to be too dispirited. jurgen klopp was spotted out with liverpool supporters in kiev until the early hours of sunday morning. klopp's lost all three of the major cup finals he's played sincejoining liverpool, but he said there would be a party regardless. so here's the proof. jurgen klopp still celebrating regardless. they still found a way to smile and if anybody is going to smile, it is jurgen to smile and if anybody is going to smile, it isjurgen klopp because he has genuinely one of the most winning smiles in sport! although sadly, his finals record still has not improved. he won his first and he has lost six, all three with liverpool. and i imagine that chance which was not necessarily for a family audience, was real madrid being rather lucky
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so was real madrid being rather lucky so that could be something of an excuse this time. always good to see you anyway. it gets all the tears away. thank you. good morning. a recent study of five to 16 year olds found 13% thought pasta was made from meat. i don't know if i believe this! it is true. the research by the british nutrition foundation also found one in ten did not know carrots and potatoes grow underground. i thought spaghetti grew on trees! that is what nationwide said. carole mullineux is part of a team setting up a visitor centre based around an old abattoir, in the hope it will help children better understand where their food comes from. you are from tatton park, in cheshire, a national trust property. you have brought a piece of pig in. whether this idea, from? it is not
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real! i don't usually travel with a pig! you talked about the awareness and children of where food comes from and that was the main driver in 2013, at the beginning of this project. we did some research and we found the same thing. we had an opportunity with the farm at tatton park to tell the story of fields to fork, which is what the project is called, and where food comes from. not only do we grow the food for the animalfeed, we not only do we grow the food for the animal feed, we produce not only do we grow the food for the animalfeed, we produce it in 3—storey mill we have got and we feed the animals. at the end of the chain, the animals will be slaughtered for meat. at tatton, at the farm, we have a slaughterhouse, the farm, we have a slaughterhouse, the originalfrom 1780. the farm, we have a slaughterhouse, the original from 1780. we thought, what an opportunity to open that up to the public for the first time and tell people about what happens to animals. how do you hope to do this effectively and without scaring people? because what is the motivation, it is it to just say
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eating meat is bad, you have to be mindful of the meat elite orjust to say you need to be aware of where meat comes from? they are three different messages. we are not out to scare anybody or positioning. it isjust we are not out to scare anybody or positioning. it is just about being factual and giving everybody, so that everybody can be better informed. i ask you because you have a bucket and perhaps you would not mind putting it on the sofa. could you tell us what is in that pocket? well, it is properly use in the slaughterhouse. it is a bucket of blood. pretend. and it is part of what we call a soundscape within the slaughterhouse, which is the slaughterman talking to children'scharacter and pointing slaughterman talking to child ren'scha racter and pointing out what happens in the process. we did consult with visitors, local
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families and schools to find out the right way to tell this story because we have got to be sensitive. you don't expect a kickback from people because you have done a bit spadework in advance? hopefully not. we have opened the building at easter but do not officially launch until the 5th ofjuly so we are actively encouraging visitors to have a look, give feedback and say what they think about it. the other point is that people don't have to do it, it is part of the farm tour, a small part of the site which is 45 acres with 30 buildings. you don't have to go down there and we have assigned to tell people that is animal slaughter. are you surprised by what you find by what visitors find surprising? because i was surprised. when i read the statistics about children, 13% thinking pastor was made from meat. we have had that, we went an
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exhibition in liverpool and there we re exhibition in liverpool and there were teenagers who had never seen a banana. and it is quite hard to understand. but you realise there are families that don't, they are not attached to their food and they don't understand. they died pig packaged goods in the supermarket and they don't think about it. —— they will buy pre—packaged goods. it is challenging families and making them think about how animals are treated some it is good husbandry. it isa treated some it is good husbandry. it is a national trust house, is this a national trust initiative as well? no, it is not. we are given money by the heritage lottery fund to do this project. they have been very behind it. and we are telling the story. we do it now, we sell tatton farm reared pork in our store
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andi tatton farm reared pork in our store and i have brought a pack of sausages here. this is tatton farm reared meat so people can follow that chain as they did in the past. it is bringing heritage alive and making it relevant to everyday. thank you very much, really interesting, from tatton, in cheshire. let's ta ke cheshire. let's take you across the water, i think we should. this is the view across liverpool this morning. that is looking towards the wirral. carol's in holland park with our bank holiday monday weather. the japanese garden, a beautiful morning. it certainly is. good morning. this is the kyoto garden. it is stunning, japanese feel to it. it was built to celebrate the japan festival in london in 1991. in london, it is 17
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celsius. across many parts of the uk, 13-16. it is still celsius. across many parts of the uk, 13—16. it is still cool across the north east although temperatures have picked up, 7— with low cloud. the forecast for the bank holiday monday is warm for some, very warm, with plenty of sunshine. but the risk of thunderstorms. a lot of low cloud this morning and mist and fog from the north sea during the night. through today, the sun works and it will burn back towards the east coast. for most, sunshine. however, a risk of thunderstorms. the met office has a yellow weather warning for south east england, south—west england, southern counties and wales and east anglia for thunderstorms. likely to be heavy and slow moving. they could be heavy and slow moving. they could be disruptive, with flash flooding, power cuts. but we won't all see them. it will be warm and sunny in
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between. north of those areas and northern england and northern ireland and scotland, it is a fine day with a lot of sunshine, away from the north sea coastline where we will hang on to some of that cloud up and down the coast line. anywhere from the wash north into the northern isles. as we had through the evening and overnight, many showers tends to fade. not all of them. the cloud in the east moves across of them. the cloud in the east moves a cross m ost of them. the cloud in the east moves across most of the uk except for northern ireland and north—western scotland. still at risk of more thunderstorms imported into the south east from the continent. temperatures 10—15, so muggy night. tomorrow, we start with the leaden skies which passed —— which push back to the north sea coast and most of us have a warm day, not as warm as yesterday, top temperature, 25. and showers developing. which still have the potential to be sunny. we are not done with arrests —— with
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the risk of thunderstorms in the latter pa rt the risk of thunderstorms in the latter part of the week, still very much with us and against some of those could lead to some disruption. carroll, it looks glorious. really beautiful. and we teased you with a shot of liverpool. jayne's taking advantage of the sun in liverpool. she's at the city's docks, where the tall ships regatta is setting sail later today. morning, jayne. glorious view, it is lovely. good morning, it is absolutely beautiful down here on the mersey. good morning from me and from the colour. morning from martin. we are on board the lord nelson, which is a pretty special tall ship. it is one of only two in the country, in the world in fact, of only two in the country, in the world infact, in of only two in the country, in the world in fact, in the whole world, which is kitted out so that people
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in wheelchairs who have this ability to come on board and take part in this amazing event. the tall ships festival and the tall ships regatta sta rts festival and the tall ships regatta starts today. let's just chat about you, michael. you found yourself in a wheelchair eight years ago, what happened? i landed on my neck and i damaged my spinal—cord and i broke my neck. i bet life has been pretty tough to adjust to since then. yes, a couple of months after, i dry to make the best of it and do what i can. i bet you never imagined in a million years. to be on a tall ship, no! definitely not, no. it never came to my mind. yes, it isjust very great experience. a great opportunity. the majority of these tall ships regatta owned by charities and less as well so you have been busy fundraising to take pa rt have been busy fundraising to take part in this. what is life like on
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board? you came on board last night, how is it kitted out to help?m board? you came on board last night, how is it kitted out to help? it is amazing, idid how is it kitted out to help? it is amazing, i did not think it would be as good as it was. changing facilities, bathroom facilities, the bunkers, the height for my chair to transfer onto. everything, the gallery, everywhere isjust accessible which is great. you will have the time of your lives, i am sure, we would chat you again, nicola. come and meet the captain, darren. tell me about the people who come on board these amazing events. they are truly inspirational. we have such a mixture of people of all abilities and all backgrounds and all national backgrounds, they come on board and they clubbed together immediately. you get that fantastic camaraderie and community spirit and it is fantastic. is there anywhere on board were nicola and martin will not be able to go? no, they are included in everything, from steering, working in the galley preparing food, the rigging and all
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sorts. they might not realise it yet! hold on, swing ground! did you know you would go up the rigging? yes! we will thinking of you guys can amazing! i have been told people who are visually impaired because of what you have here, they make the best navigators, is that right? yes, they can steer a straight course and they can steer a straight course and they steer a lot better than people with full version. not quite sure why that is, i can't explain that the scientific way but somehow, there is that extra sensory input so they can steer a steady course, it is fantastic. i bet it gets emotional on board? every single trip and it is sad when we say goodbye to our crew at the end. friendships for life. i just want to swing around and meet the rest of the crew. they are having bacon some ridges and cups of tea. good morning, everybody. i hope you have a fantastic trip. i am sure you will
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do. and no reference to the titanic, thank you! they will have a brilliant time. there is a prize to wind this race, but the best prize, darren, is it cold the friendship cup? the french trophy. that is the most sought—after trophy, it is for the best crew with the most fun. but more from us in a while, but back to you. it looks marvellous! it looks glorious. it does. they are giving us a wave, ready to go, fantastic day for it. they need a bit of breeze, hopefully. glorious weather across the weekend. it's been an incredible couple of days at the bbc‘s biggest weekend — with 100 performances from global superstars such as taylor swift to idols from the ‘90s dance scene. later today, the bbc‘s concert 0rchestra will take to the stage. 0ur entertainment correspondent lizo mzimba's report contains some flash photography from the start. the spectacular sights and sounds of 0rbital‘s headline set,
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one of the highlights of the belfast event. noel gallagher revisiting an 0asis classic definitely a crowd favourite in perth. # and so sally can wait she knows it's too late # as we're walking on by # her soul slides away # but don't look back in anger, i heard you say #. on both days in swansea, a few fans were desperate for the best views, and most seemed to enjoy soaking up the singing and the sunshine. it's absolutely brilliant. and it's been such a good day. honestly, the best day. i came down from london. it's been really great. the weather's been nice. the atmosphere's great here. i mean, everyone is having such a good time. the weather's been absolutely lush today, and i think that it's made the day a lot more better and i've enjoyed it more. perfect conditions for a string
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of top—selling stars, starting off with ‘shape of you' singer ed sheeran. swansea, sing it loud, yeah! # i'm in love with the shape of you # we push and pull like a magnet do # although my heart is falling too, oh... # i'm in love with your body #. many of those watching hadn't even been born when craig david's ‘7 days' hit number one. thanks to his recent resurgence, he attracted one of the weekend's biggest crowds. # monday # took her for a drink on tuesday #. there is also a particular significance to this saturday and sunday. with so much emphasis on gender balance at big festivals, one thing that has gone down well is that the two closing acts are two of the biggest female names in the industry. # and i'm so curious # your mind got me feeling some type of way... global superstar taylor swift dedicated her song ‘gorgeous‘ to the women she performs with onstage. # you make me so happy
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it turns back to sad # there's nothing i hate more than what i can't have #. # you got the love... while the radio 1 event was closed in front of a huge crowd by florence and the machine. # sometimes i feel like saying... lizo mzimba, bbc news, swansea. # cos you got the love i need to see me through #. cheering it has been cracking, i watched a bit on the telly and i saw noel gallagher and his high—flying birds. —— —— florence and the machine for me. you're watching breakfast. still to come this morning... it's been an incredible weekend, with lightning strikes and huge downpours. we'll meet the people who chase these kind of storms. for a living. time now to get the news, travel and weather where you are. good morning from bbc london news, i'm alpa patel.
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the family of a black man who died in police custody have expressed their frustration after learning that nine officers involved may now face gross misconduct charges. kevin clarke, who was 35 years old, died after being detained by officers in south—east london in march. the police watchdog is now investigating. i don't understand why it took nine officers against one person. i think in any situation, for anyone, cases like this have happened before where there has been multiple offices and then someone dies. police in tottenham are becoming "increasingly concerned" for the safety of a missing pregnant mother and her two a children. krystal gibbs, her daughter sienna and her son jayden were last seen a week ago on sunday, at their home
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in northumberland park. stansted airport says passengers expecting to travel today should check with their airlines before leaving home. more than 200 flights were delayed or cancelled yesterday after lightning damaged aircraft fuelling systems. the problem is now fixed, but there could still could be disruption. now, if you've spent the bank holiday with a beer in your hand, it'll be no surprise to find out that prices here in the capital are twice as expensive as in other parts of the uk. the research by money guru found that the average price of a pint is now £5.19 — that's compared with just £2.35 in carlisle. let's have a look at the travel situation now. 0n the tube — quite a lot of engineering work on the northern line, tfl rail and london overground. but there are also severe delays on london 0verground between stratford, richmond, and clapham junction due to a faulty train. 0n the trains — all c2c services in and out of liverpool street will be diverted via fenchurch street, due to engineering works. in mill hill — broadway is closed in both directions, between bunn's lane and station road, due
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to a police investigation. in clapham, the traffic lights are out of action on wandsworth road — at the junction with lambourn road. let's have a check on the weather now with alina jenkins. the bank holiday will deliver sunshine and warmth and the chance of thunderstorms. a yellow warning to cover those thunderstorms and torrential rain in a short amount of time where we catch them. it is mainly dry this morning with plenty of sunshine. this afternoon, we have the greatest terms of catching a local thunderstorms. they are quite well scattered so some of us miss them and highly and in the sunshine, temperatures up to 27, 20 them and highly and in the sunshine, temperatures up to 27,20 eight celsius. thunderstorms through this evening. we see mess macleod grouping and further showers towards dawn. a muggy and humid night,
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temperatures no lower than 13, 14. 0vernight showers fade away tomorrow morning to leave most places with a largely dry day and spells of sunshine. cloudier day and slightly cooler on wednesday. plenty more on our website at the usual address. now though it's back to naga and roger. hello, this is breakfast, with rogerjohnson and naga munchetty. more pressure for change to northern ireland's strict abortion laws — as labour urges the government to back new legislation. following friday's historic refendum in the republic of ireland, several mps have called for women in all parts of the uk to have the same rights. downing street insists it's a matter for northern ireland. good morning, it's monday, the 28th of may. also this morning... tackling the gender pay gap at england's biggest employer.
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the health secretary launches a review into doctors' pay in the nhs. more than a month's rainfall injust one hour — a bank holiday clean—up after flash floods in wales and the midlands. almost 30 flood warnings are still in place. and carol is out and about with the weather. good morning. good morning. good morning. good morning from holland park in london. more thunderstorms in the forecast today across southern areas of england and wales. not all of us will catch them but they will be slow—moving and could lead to some flash flooding and destruction. for most of the uk, it will be sunny and warm away from the north sea coastline where we will hang onto a bit more cloud. more details in 15 minutes. in sport, history for chris froome, as he rides his way to into the record books again. he's become only the third man to hold all three of cycling's grand tour titles simultaneously. they're the nocturnal creatures who've played hard—to—get in the past, but badgers are the stars
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of the show in this year's springwatch. we'll find out more from presenters chris packham and michaela strachan. pressure to relax northern ireland's strict abortion laws is intensifying, with labour adding its voice to calls for change. it comes after friday's historic referendum in the republic of ireland. mps from across the commons say women should have the same rights in all parts of the uk. the dup, on whom theresa may relies for a majority in parliament, says it will not be bullied into accepting abortion. 0ur political correspondent jonathan blake joins us from our london newsroom. the voices are piling in, urging the government to take some action on this, particularly from labour. yes, good morning, it would normally be a matter of the northern ireland's government to change the law on abortion but as we know, it doesn't have one at the moment. 18 months ago it collapsed and talks to get it up ago it collapsed and talks to get it up and running again have failed
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since. it is possible for the government in westminster to legislate to change the law there but downing street have been very clear since the vote in ireland that this would be a matter for northern ireland and this is a case which shows the urgency of getting that assembly and government backed up and running again at stormont. labour also say it should really be a matter for the people labour also say it should really be a matterfor the people and politicians of northern ireland to decide, but they say in the absence of that government in belfast, it should be politicians in westminster that act in its absence. the shadow northern ireland secretary tony lloyd has been clear that the law should change. whilst the referendum in the republic of ireland does not have any direct impact, it most certainly is a strong indicator that attitudes have been changing, not simply in the republic and not even in northern ireland but across the piece. northern ireland has the most repressive and sometimes leads to the criminalisation of women on this
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issue. that can't be right in the year that we are now in. so labour say they are looking at legislative options. 0ne say they are looking at legislative options. one such option could be an amendment to the domestic violence bill which is making its way through parliament in westminster at the moment, which would bring abortion law in northern ireland into line with the rest of the uk. but it is not as simple as that going through parliament and mps voting on it. it would be up to the speaker to decide whether the amendment was put forward and it would be controversial for northern ireland, with no government at the moment, to have a law imposed by westminster on this issue and then there's the dup. 0ne this issue and then there's the dup. one of the main parties in northern ireland, fiercely opposed to any change in the law and propping up theresa may's government in westminster. she won't want to do anything to upset them. so campaign is keen to seize on the momentum of the republic of ireland's vote for abortion reform may find themselves infora abortion reform may find themselves in for a long fight. thank you,
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jonathan blake, there. parts of the midlands and wales are recovering from flash floods caused by heavy rainfall yesterday. in some places, more than one month's rainfall fell in just one hour. there are still almost 30 flood warnings in force across england. ben ando's report contains flashing images. the waters rose with breathtaking speed. in some parts of birmingham, they had more rain in one hour than the average for the whole of may. on a bank holiday weekend in edgbaston, there was little residents or the emergency services could do other than watch and wait, as floodwaters reached up to five foot in depth. some of these houses have been flooded three times in recent years. the police urged people not to travel but stranded cars like this one were perhaps the most effective warning to other drivers. i don't think this is safe. some motorists did make it through. while birmingham bore the brunt of the deluge, flash floods also hit parts of buckinghamshire, berkshire
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and here in northampton. in many areas, the rainfall varied dramatically from neighbourhood to neighbourhood. the flooding extended as far west as welshpool in mid wales. and the storms also led to dramatic lightning displays. today, the heavy downpours may continue in some parts, though elsewhere, forecasters say it could be barbecue weather. some will enjoy the hottest day of the year so far, with temperatures possibly reaching 29 celsius in the south—east. ben ando, bbc news. the nhs in england is to review how much it pays male and female doctors in an effort to eliminate a gender pay gap of 15%. a review announced by the health secretary will look at why male doctors are paid on average £10,000 more than female doctors. 0ur health correspondent dominic hughes reports. the nhs is farfrom alone in struggling with a gender pay gap, but in an organisation where women make up most of the workforce,
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it is noticeable that men still hold the most senior positions. as the bbc reported in april, overall, female staff earn nearly a quarter less than their male colleagues. this review will concentrate on the gender pay gap among medical staff. the average pay for a male doctor in the nhs is just over £67,700. but atjust over £57,500, the average pay for a female doctor is more than £10,000 less. across all medical professions, including doctors, the pay gap is 15%. we need to make sure people are really supported to progress in work, but also if women need to take time out of the workplace to have children, that we have the right policies in place to support things like flexible working, shared parental leave and we are recruiting people back into our health service after they may have taken a career gap for any reason. the review will look at issues such
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as the impact of motherhood, working patterns and care arrangements. and also why, given that more women are entering medical school, men still dominate in senior roles. while this review is looking at medicaljobs, it should have implications across the nhs. dominic hughes, bbc news. that review is being led by professorjane dacre that review is being led by professor jane dacre and that review is being led by professorjane dacre and we will speak to her in a few minutes. american officials have arrived in north korea to finalise plans for an expected meeting between the two countries' leaders. us president donald trump outlined what he called the "brilliant potential" for the north's economic future. it comes just days after he cancelled the summit citing further hostility from the country. rupert wingfield—hayes joins us now from paju near to the north korean border. rupert, it was on it was off but is it on again now, do you think?”
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think that depends very much on the outcome of the talks that are now going on across the bridge behind me in the demilitarised zone today between us and north korean senior diplomats. they started yesterday, we understand, and they are going on today and into tomorrow. and these are senior and experienced diplomats from both sides. a man called song kim, the current us ambassador to the philippines, is leading the american delegation, the north korean leader is a very experienced and knowledgeable diplomat about the us and they are getting down to the nuts and bolts of what north korea is prepared to give up in terms of nuclear weapons and what it will get in return from the united states. these diplomats will then be going back to pyongyang and washington and reporting to their respective governments and then at that point, i think that is when the decision will be made by president trump as to whether he wants to go ahead with this summit injune in singapore or not. rupert wingfield-hayes, there.
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thank you forjoining us. just on the border between north and south korea, there. scotland's first minister nicola sturgeon will raise her concerns over brexit during a meeting with the eu's chief negotiator michel barnier in brussels later. ms sturgeon, who wants to remain in the customs union and single market, has called on the uk government to "engage properly" with devolved administrations after britain leaves the eu. wh smith has been voted the worst shop on uk high streets, by more than 10,000 people. in the which? survey, customers complained the stores were out—of—date, products were expensive and staff were rude. wh smith says just 184 shoppers commented. there was a bit of a surprise for some fans of the isle of man tt race who were riding the course before the event. they spotted this family of ducklings waddling across the road before helping them to safety. the friends now call this section the "quacker‘ bends". fantastic event on the isle of man
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tt. fantastic event on the isle of man tt, the bikes hurtling along the road and you can see the relief from the motorcyclists as they got the ducklings safely off the tarmac! good work. it's 8.11. taking time out for maternity or carer responsibilities are just some of the reasons women may be paid less than men. the nhs in england is to review how much it pays male and female medical staff in an effort to eliminate the gender pay gap in medicine, which sees male doctors paid more than £10,000 more than women. joining us now from our london newsroom is prosfessor jane dacre, president of the royal college of physicians. thank you forjoining us. what do you make of the data that has been gathered so far in terms of what it tells you and what if anything needs to be fixed? welcomer the data
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speaks for itself. it shows there is a significant, a 15% gap between the pay that male doctors get compared to women. as women are now the majority in medicine, in the health service, it needs to be fixed because we need to keep these good women in the workforce and paying them less than men is unacceptable and does not encourage us to do that. how do you fix it, if the problem can get to this point, if there is such a large gap, how easy is it to fix? it won't be easy to fix but in order to fix it, we need to find out what the root causes are and we have commissioned some research from the team at university of surrey led by professor carol wood is to look at the numerical data that contributes to this pay gap and then more interestingly to speak to people in the profession, to see why the pay gap may have arisen. there are some theories. it
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is to do with motherhood and part—time working but i understand —— we understand are ready that there is a bit of a gap which is not explainable and that is the bit we need to delve into, interesting and where we may i hope be able to make some recommendations. where it's unexplainable, how big a chunk of this gap by you talking about. we have not done enough of the research to know that number for sure. but there is a significant proportion of that gap that can't be explained by all of the suggestions that have been put forward. i wonder what is happening at the nhs, and overall pay gap of 23% when it comes to doctors, 15% as well, what is going on. i think the nhs is struggling at the moment and one of the things we need to do to support it is encourage all members of the workforce to feel confident in the organisation that they are working for. so what i hope this will do is
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improve the morale of the workforce by supporting women. it is an organisation under pressure because ofa number of organisation under pressure because of a number of factors. there have been an increase in patients where we are under doctored and these beings need to be sorted out. this isa beings need to be sorted out. this is a slow burn but being a doctor is a brilliant career and we want to encourage people to be as competent and confident as they can in their futures and that is why this pay gap review is a really important thing today. it is important to be able to feel confident that you're paid equally. you are a leading position and you are female, do you feel that you've always been paid equally or you've always been paid equally or you have to fight to be paid equally or abbey put faith in your bosses to pay y°u or abbey put faith in your bosses to pay you equally to your male counterparts. interestingly, i'd assumed i was paid exactly the same assumed i was paid exactly the same as my male counterparts because it never occurred to me to look at it or to ask. when the data came out,
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it was quite difficult for us to realise that this has been going on for a long time and it needs to be sorted out. were your assumption is correct? which assumptions? resumption you are paid equally to a man? well, i don't know, i have never asked what i assume now that perhaps i am not. not that it causes me to much of a problem because the reason why i stayed working for the nhs is because i'm very committed to my patience, as are all doctors. it is not something that would make a huge difference to one's rear but it is something that makes a huge difference to feeling valued and it is that feeling valued which makes people stick in the nhs caring for their patience to the best of their ability. do you know what? it could almost be quite easy for nhs bosses do not pay men and women equally because there are women like you or people like you in the nhs who say, "ivm people like you in the nhs who say, "i'm doing this because i want to serve "i'm doing this because i want to serve the country, i want to look
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after people and use my skills to that effect and i'm not going to argue about pay", but surely this should be a situation now where pay does not even come into it? it is just assumed and your assumption should be correct that you are paid equally. you have not tried to find out but i assume you will try to give you a leading this review. —— if you are leading. i think the thing to ensure it is all the women in the health service are paid fairly. there is an issue with morale which is multifactorial and thisjust with morale which is multifactorial and this just dense that a little further so it needs to be sorted out. would you say... if you don't wa nt to a nswer out. would you say... if you don't want to answer about your personal salary, that is absolutely fine, if you don't want to ask about that, but would you encourage others? this has been brought up now, the gender pay has been brought up now, the gender pay 9313- has been brought up now, the gender pay gap- just has been brought up now, the gender pay gap. just ask, get your bosses to make it very clear from the
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outset whether you are being paid equally to your counterparts?” think it is more complicated because factors leading to the amounts people are paid or not straightforward. the nhs has standard national salary scales so finding out when it comes from is important in the first instance, and rather than make people feel more unhappy with their lot at the moment i think it would be important to look forward to find out the causes and to make some recommendations to the government, so they can start to sort it out for the future, because it is absolutely essential that female doctors are rewarded as much as male doctors. after all, now they are the majority of the medical profession and that will continue. professorjane dacre, profession and that will continue. professor jane dacre, president profession and that will continue. professorjane dacre, president of the royal college of physicians, i know this review is expected to conclude at the end of this year and we will look forward to talking to you then. it is almost 18 minutes past eight. the main stories this morning... theresa may is under
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pressure to reform northern ireland's abortion laws, with labour calling for the government to back fresh legislation. downing street says it's a matter for the suspended stormont assemby. there are almost 30 flood warnings in force across england. parts of the midlands and wales are recovering from flash floods caused by heavy rainfall. let's find out more details about where those potential problems are during the course of the bank holiday monday today. carol, doesn't look like any danger of bad weather where you are in west london? not at the moment. good morning to you both. at the moment it is beautiful here. you can see all the japanese themes behind me, lots of different japanese plants. bamboo as well, and the temperature at the moment is about 17 celsius. yesterday in the space of 24 hours up until four o'clock this morning in southern
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england there were over 100,000 lightning strikes, and in winter born in birmingham, almost 59 millimetres of rain fell from one thunderstorm in just about an hour. today we could see some more of the same because there are more thunderstorms in the forecast. let's ta ke thunderstorms in the forecast. let's take a look... at your bank holiday monday forecast. you can expect a lot of warm sunshine, very warm for some of us, the risk of thunderstorms but for much of the uk it will be drive. the other thing this morning is a lot of low cloud, some mist and fog, onshore from the north sea and making progress inland through the course of the night. most of that will drift back towards the east coast through the day, leaving a lot of sunshine for the bulk of the uk, but as temperatures start to rise it is when we are at risk of thunderstorms. the met 0ffice risk of thunderstorms. the met office has a yellow warning for the south—east and south—west, southern counties of england, east anglia and
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also wales. it lasts from one o'clock until eight o'clock this evening for those thunderstorms. they are slow—moving, could lead to flash flooding and also some power cuts and disruption. we will not see them. in between, there will be some sunshine. further north, in the northern england, northern ireland and scotland, a lot of warm sunshine, away from the north sea coast where we will hang on to a bit more cloud and that will peg back the temperatures. in the north sea coastline today, looking at roughly about 13—16dc, but in the highlands we could get 27, we could hit 28 in london. yesterday for northern ireland, wales and scotland, you had the warmest day of the year so far. to get that for england we would have to reach 29.1. through the evening and overnight period, many but not all of the showers will fade. the cloud will really develop across much of the uk, coming in from the north sea, except for across northern and western scotland and northern ireland. another muggy night with temperatures 10—15, and
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still the risk of more thunderstorms across south—east england from the new continent. tomorrow we start on that note. a lot of cloud around, but through the day it will burn back once again to the north sea coastline, allowing a lot of sunshine to develop, but with rising temperatures once again we are looking at some thunderstorms developing, not all of us seeing them. in between, once again, plenty sunshine. not quite as warm as today. temperatures tomorrow peaking at about 25 in the south—east. naga roger, even through the latter part of this week we are still not immune to more thunderstorms coming our way —— naga and roger. studio: carol, has it ever been a desire appears to be a storm chaser? i have done it! it was amazing, i did it in america, in tornado alley. my did it in america, in tornado alley. my goodness, it was incredible. we saw three tornadoes, and the definition in america is slightly different from the uk. for us to
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have a tornado it has to make landfall. in america it comes down to thirds of the way then they say they have seen a tornado, but to see it develop was phenomenal. the power of nature was incredible. that is a woman buzzing. passion! when did you do it? a few years ago. and you're still buzzing? the memory will live on, yes, absolutely. carol, we'll speak to you soon, because you will love this next piece. i don't know if you can hear this bit... lightning and flash floods may have dampened the bank holiday for some, but for the thrill—seekers out there it created the perfect opportunity to go storm chasing. victoria royce—pagett is one of them. so interesting listening to carol, but i slept through all of the thunderstorms. no! you missed a spectacular... i was quite upset i missed them because it was a beautiful scene. although you are a storm chaser, you actually didn't have to be this weekend because where you live in shropshire there was one where you live? and very lucky where i live because i have
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beautiful fields and, yeah, lucky where i live because i have beautifulfields and, yeah, i lucky where i live because i have beautiful fields and, yeah, i was literally just sat in beautiful fields and, yeah, i was literallyjust sat in bed thinking, this sky disco, god's disco, it has come to my doorstep. carol was talking with great passion and enthusiasm about when she did it in america. why do you do this? what is the buzz for you chasing storms? it started at such an early age. one of my earliest memories is being at my nan house, lightning struck the chimney shack, and my nan threw me under the table, thinking the war had started ain! table, thinking the war had started again! i remember people saying, don't go near the windows —— my nan's is. i am naturally curious person, can be a bit of a nan's is. i am naturally curious person, can be a bit ofa pain nan's is. i am naturally curious person, can be a bit of a pain in that way. but it is dangerous? as a golfer, i was warned, stay away from any trees... but it is true. yes, you have to be really mindful.” remember walking across a golf
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chorus with my clubs and a storm. yes, it is dangerous, you have to ta ke yes, it is dangerous, you have to take sensible precautions. on our facebook page, the midlands perez storm chasers, we say, go underappreciated, see what —— midlands storm chasers, we see the kids, get off the playstation and see what the storm can assure you, but in the safest possible way, and one of the safest places you can be is your car, so the windows and stuff like that, they have metal fillings, haven't they? don't go taking a shower because of the conductivity of the water. you can get... i never knew that! you're not supposed to take a shower while? head of stayaway from the plumbing and of course unplug your collecta ble and of course unplug your collectable despises —— electrical
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devices. hanging up the washing is fine! and robert carr is insulated, can't conduct? that's right. -- your car is insulated. yesterday we were very close and had a thunderclap that was so close it rocked the car, the noise. how do you know which direction to go in? if it is a very cloudy day, is it as simple as that? you like this is where modern technology is absolutely fantastic because we all have internet access and with 4g on your phones you can go out and look at the radar, and lots of satellite imagery even coming from the big eye in the sky you can see visible satellites, you can see which way the storms are going. how far in advance do you plan where you're going? it's a bit difficult. i think xp is sort of comes into this, knowing how the
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storms tracks, —— experience sort of comes into this. yesterday was unusual because it was going in a different direction, from east to west, so quite rare for us to be storm chasing and heading that way, whereas normally we would be heading to northampton... a great achievement with great respect to the midlands, because i have spent a great deal of them stuck on the motorways, so to be a storm chaser in that part of the world is quite an achievement because you could get stuck in a an achievement because you could get stuck inajam! an achievement because you could get stuck in a jam! we call ourselves storm chasers but what we like to do his intercept, get ahead of the storm, then let the storm advance the us, so you have the figure out where are the best spotters. as you can see from yesterday's footage, —— the best spot is. from yesterday's footage there was an awful of rain and if you are chasing that you will be stuck in that rein in those flooded waters, and if there is water of the road like that... be
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careful, victoria! thank you, thank you, thank you very much. very good to doctor u. we will be back shortly with more. —— very good to talk to you. time by officers in south—east london in march. the police watchdog is now investigating. i don't understand why it took nine officers against one person. i think in any situation, for anyone, cases like this have happened before where there's been multiple officers and then someone dies. multiple officers police in tottenham are becoming "increasingly concerned" for the safety of a missing pregnant mother and her two a children. krystal gibbs, her daughter
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sienna and her son jayden, were last seen a week ago on sunday, at their home in northumberland park. at their home in stansted airport says passengers expecting to travel today should check with their airlines before leaving home. more than 200 flights were delayed or cancelled yesterday after lightning damaged aircraft fuelling systems. the problem is now fixed, but there could still could be disruption. but there could still now, if you've spent the bank holiday with a beer in your hand, it'll be no surprise to find out that prices here in the capital are twice as expensive as in other parts of the uk. as expensive as in other parts the research — by money guru — found that the average price of a pint is now £5.19. found that the average price that's compared with just £2.35 in carlisle. let's have a look at the travel situation now. on the tube — quite a lot of engineering work on the northern line, tfl rail and london overground. but there are also severe delays on london 0verground — between stratford, richmond, and clapham junction — due to a faulty train. and clapham junction — on the trains — all c2c services in and out of liverpool street will
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be diverted via fenchurch street, due to engineering works. on the roads — the chiswick roundabout has one lane closed. that's head north, for roadworks. roundabout has one lane closed. in mill hill — broadway is closed in both directions, between bunn's lane and station road, due to a police investigation. let's have a check on the weather now, with alina jenkins. good morning. the bank holiday monday is going to deliver us some sunshine and some warmth. is going to deliver us some but also the chance we could see a few more thunderstorms. we have a yellow warning from the met office to cover those thunderstorms. from the met office to cover some torrential rain in just a short amount of time where we do catch them. a short amount of time but mainly dry through this morning, plenty of sunshine around. it's through this afternoon we've got the greatest chance of catching a local thunderstorm. got the greatest chance of catching you can see they are quite well scattered and most of us will miss them entirely. scattered and most of us will miss and in the sunshine, temperatures getting up to 27 or 28 celsius. temperatures getting up still some thunderstorms rumbling around through this evening and at first tonight. around through this evening
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then it becomes drierfor a time. around through this evening we'll see some mist and low cloud creeping in from the north—east and further showers developing as we head towards dawn. it's another muggy and humid night, temperatures not lower than 13 or 14 celsius. temperatures not lower the overnight showers should fade away through tomorrow morning to leave most places with a largely dry day and some spells of sunshine. a cloudy day and slightly cooler on wednesday. bye— bye. cooler on wednesday. bye for now. hello, this is breakfast, with rogerjohnson and naga munchetty. pressure to relax northern ireland's strict abortion laws is intensifying, with labour adding its voice to calls for change. adding its voice it comes after friday's historic referendum in the republic of ireland. historic referendum mps from across the commons say women should have the same rights in all parts of the uk, but downing street insists it's a matterfor northern ireland. but downing street insists it's the dup, on whom theresa may relies for a majority in parliament, says it will not be bullied into accepting abortion.
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i think it is a popular opinion throughout northern ireland that we should not have a liberalised abortion regime, we should not have the 1967 abortion act here. abortion regime, we should not parts of the midlands and wales are recovering from flash floods caused by heavy rainfall yesterday. are recovering from flash floods there are still almost 30 flood warnings in force across england. more than one month's rain fell in one hour in birmingham. there were storms through the night in buckinghamshire and northampton, with more expected in the southern parts of england today. meanwhile, in the united states, up to eight inches of rain fell on ellicott city, in maryland, in the space of two hours — causing flash flooding, according to local media. water rushed through the city's historic main street, toppling buildings and up—ending cars. historic main street, toppling it's barely two years since the area last flooded. a state of emergency has been declared by the governor of maryland. has been declared by the nhs in england is to review how much it pays male and female doctors, in an effort to eliminate a gender pay gap of 15%. the health secretary says
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the review will look at why male doctors are paid — on average — £10,000 more than female doctors. on average — £10,000 more across the whole nhs, women are paid 23% less than men, despite far more women being employed. american officials have arrived in north korea to finalise plans for an expected meeting between the two countries' leaders. on social media, us president donald trump confirmed the arrival of his team and outlined what he called the "brilliant potential" for the north's economic future. it comes just days after he cancelled the summit, citing further hostility from the country. as we've been hearing, there has been a lot of speculation as to whether the summit between president trump and kim jong—un will take place, but this sighting in singapore of the north korean leader might have people thinking it was back on. he drew quite a crowd, but it soon became clear that despite the trademark haircut, he wasn't actually the real thing. it turned out he was
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an impersonator, who had come to singapore ahead of next month's summit. he even had a message for mr trump. of next month's summit. hey, donald, i'm already here in singapore. look, it's fantastic! here in singapore. it's just like pyongyang, but with lots of good food. i got the durian, i got you chicken rice. so come on down. i got you chicken rice. think you looked the part! absolutely, i think you looked the part! absolutely, i am not sure if the accent. hugh is finding it funny. it feels like there will be a criticism soon! no, it is in the spirit of things. maybe they will be thatjolly no, it is in the spirit of things. maybe they will be that jolly when they meet. i think that guy is slimmer, possibly. we will discuss the diet of kim jong—un soon and what makes you a healthy leader. loads more, got on
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brea kfast healthy leader. loads more, got on breakfast this morning. coming up on breakfast this morning... from killer whales in the shetlands to a new type of butterly in the uk, we'll be joined by the springwatch team to celebrate british wildlife. we'll explore these tall ships, which have docked in liverpool ahead of a race to dublin and bordeaux. which have docked in liverpool ahead and... which have docked in liverpool ahead he's one of the most successful rugby coaches in the history of the game. successful rugby coaches ben ryan will be here to talk about leading fiji to win olympic gold later on in the programme. about leading fiji to win olympic all that still to come. about leading fiji to win olympic but first, let's get the sport with hugh. it the sport with hugh. will be interesting to talk to ben it will be interesting to talk to ben ryan because he is regarded as one of the best coaches in world by, one of the best coaches in world rugby, just as team sky and chris froome regarded as the absolute benchmark for cycling. but fijians put him on the 50 centrepiece. have we not ever had any of our great sporting heroes # not on a coin, i don't think. there have been commemoratives sta m ps there have been commemoratives stamps following the big occasions.
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not a coin. some golden postboxes. after merck, most games 2014, we were winning more medals, we said, can we have more medals, we said, can we have more postboxes? the royal mail said, enough! we have run out postboxes in the towns where people are winning and also gold paint. it was very expensive after 2012. we will start with chris froome, incredible achievement from him and team sky. chris froome is the first british man to win the giro d'italia in the race's101—year history — and, in doing, so he becomesjust the third cyclist in history to hold all three of the sport's major grand tour titles at the same time. all three of the sport's major our reporter, tim hague, was at the final processional stage through rome yesterday, where froome sealed his victory. he joins us from there now. where froome sealed his victory. it where froome sealed his victory. is a procession b| celebrating it is a procession but whether celebrating chris froome achievement for the ages. yes, absolutely. good morning. it is an amazing city, rome, and where
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better to complete history? chris froome becoming the third man in history to hold all three of the grand tour titles, the tour de france, the vuelta a espana and now the giro d'italia. i can show you over my shoulder they are clearing up over my shoulder they are clearing up the finale. this is the final straight. you can see some of the seats. the military and the police clearing up the seating. everything to do with the race, really. anything to do with the giro d'italia. the finish is there, chris froome crossing the line at ceremonial stage, very relaxed. he knew he was going to win yesterday when he got on his saddle and i spoke to him last night and he could not quite believe what he had achieved. to have won three grand tours in a row now, there'sjust no bigger, there's no bigger goal for a professional cyclist. and to be the holder of all those jerseys, i'm still pinching myself. of all those jerseys, it's just been such a roller—coaster, these last 48 hours especially. a roller—coaster, these last and this is definitely the hardest grand tour for me to win, with my abilities. the hardest grand tour for me this race is so
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unpredictable and, er... so to be here in the pinkjersey, in rome, isjust... it just feels incredible. in rome, isjust... well, in rome, isjust... chris froome now preparing for the well, chris froome now preparing for the tour de france which begins in a few weeks. still a bit of a cloud over him because he tested positive foran over him because he tested positive for an anti—asthma drug, double the legal limit, late last year. the investigation is still ongoing and we wait to see whether chris froome will take part in the tour de france which begins in july, will take part in the tour de france which begins injuly, but he is preparing for it and he's already on a flight getting ready for the tour, which begins in earlyjuly. they give very much, they are packing up, you had better get out of there or you will be on the track before you know it. british number onejohanna konta sez the media are not making it easy for her after losing in the french open first round for the fourth year in a row. in the french open first konta doesn't like everyone bringing up the fact she's never won a match
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in the main draw at roland garros but, unfortunately, that's still the case after she was beaten in straight sets by kazakhstan's yulia putintseva. meanwhile, venus williams still hasn't won a grand slam match this year. still hasn't won a grand the ninth seed was knocked out in the first round in paris by china's wang qiang, who is currently ranked 91st in the world. who is currently ranked we were meant to be looking forward to the fifth day of the test match between england and pakistan, but england didn't make it that far, losing by nine wickets at lord's. but england didn't make it that far, in fact, it was all over before lunch on sunday — after the home side lost the final four wickets of their second innings forjust six runs. four wickets of their second pakistan knocked off their easy target, losing just one wicket. it has the glitz and the glamour, but something the monaco grand prix doesn't always produce is the most exciting races, with both lewis hamilton and fernando alonso saying it was boring. the main excitement came when two of the midfield runners crashed. the man who did enjoy the race was daniel ricciardo, who won in monte carlo for the first time. hamilton finished third, as his championship lead
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was cut to 14 points. as his championship lead after defeat in the champions league final against real madrid, liverpool goalkeeper loris karius — who, of course, made those two game—changing errors — has been speaking about his disappointment on social media. has been speaking about his he said on twitter: "i haven't really slept until now. the scenes are still runing through my head again and again. i'm infinitely sorry to my team mates, for you fans and for all the staff. to my team mates, for you fans i know i messed this up with the two mistakes and let you all down." mo salah, who was injured in the final, tweeted an update suggesting he will be fit for the world cup, saying, "it was a very tough night, but i'm a fighter. despite the odds, i'm confident that i'll be in russia to make you all proud. that i'll be in russia your love and support will give me the strength i need." so a disappointing weekend for liverpool — and karius and salah, in particular — but their manager didn't seem
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to be too dispirited. — but their manager didn't seem jurgen klopp was spotted out with liverpool supporters in kiev until the early hours of sunday morning. klopp's lost all three of the major cup finals he's played sincejoining liverpool, but he said there would be a party regardless. but he said there would be and but he said there would be promised beforehand ti be and promised beforehand there would bea and promised beforehand there would be a party regardless of whether liverpool won lost. so here's the proof. liverpool won lost. not liverpool won lost. sure those fund will —— those fa ns not sure those fund will —— those fans would expect in to turn up, but he seems happy. why not, smile through the tears! you got that far, celebrate that. genuinely, his personality is electric and if he came to any party... we mention coins at the beginning. yes, we said our sportspeople have not been put on a coin. kenjust e—mailed, so on the ball, our
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viewers! sir roger bannister who broke the four—minute mile barrier was celebrated by 50p issue in 2004. still very unusual. 60th anniversary. no, 54, you are right. —— 50th anniversary. and there were commemoratives coins for there were commemoratives coins for the interim squad ahead of the 1988 world cup, not legal tender but still a collector's eye even now. thanks. springwatch returns for another season tonight — and it promises to showcase the best of british wildlife. chris packham, michaela strachan and gillian burke will present it from sherbourne park estate, which is in the heart of the cotswalds. which is in the heart chris and michaela join us now. which is in the heart morning. which is in the heart thank you for getting up to tort morning. thank you for getting up to tort was. what can we look forward to the first show? some brightness, we are up bright and early and it is not that bright here, i am afraid! we have overcast fog and it is quite
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chilly. fingers crossed, chris. just given you a weather update, that is a lwa ys given you a weather update, that is always very important, backing up carol from around the country. always very important, backing up carol from around the countrym will be glorious and we have an exciting start with live cameras out. we are excited because we have badgers this season. last spring, they were very elusive. we put collars on them and we have had a lot of action. already. we will be following the badgers as the series goes on. but a good start with lots of live cameras on the birds' nest as well. yes, we are keen to catch up as well. yes, we are keen to catch up with those badgers and we named them after 19805 pop stars, come comment, david bouley and kate bush. mark coleman and tweeted in, he was very pleased to have a badge and tweeted in, he was very pleased to have a budget named after him. never heard anything from kate bush at all. our live nest, we start off with the bluetit switch we have here. and we have a range of other 5pecie5 here. and we have a range of other species and we hope to concentrate on farmland birds. we have little owls which are super. and you have
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been dressing up in scotland! we do some golden eagles and whitetail seagulls and pit them against each other in lord of the rings and i dress up and i have these ridiculous pointed ears. i have removed them now, i don't realise that i don't really have ridiculous ears! but i dress up, that is something to look forward to. there is conservation, very exciting week for conservation, we have reintroduced the chequered 5kipper butterfly, it disappeared in 1976 and this fantastic project supported by the heritage lottery fund has seen the animals transported from belgium to the east midlands. i was very fortunate to get up at the beginning of the week and see these animals being brought back. so a good 5erie5 and see these animals being brought back. so a good series and a good rendered 5erie5, old characters, new 5pecie5 rendered 5erie5, old characters, new species and great conservation. that thing you just mentioned, i think if i am right, we have seen your ears, michaela. we saw a shot
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on screen, your ears, michaela. we saw a shot on screen, they look fine! what you are just referencing, let's see a clip of that. there see a clip of that. they are. what think! one, two, there they are. what think! one, two, three, five, six, seven. is it this one here? it is slightly paler than this one here. that is right, it is a male, a little bit smaller and paler and you can recognise the females, they are big, bright colours. quite a big body, because it is full of eggs. read full wings on that insect. you have been getting excited about trees looks. you have won it now, thatis trees looks. you have won it now, that is the series highlight. a lot of people don't like slugs, they see them sliding across their path towards anything they growing and they think they are a pest. but they play a valuable role in the ecology
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of the countryside. what we did not realise, there is a species that sta rts realise, there is a species that starts on the ground, but every single day, it climbs to the very tops of trees. we talking, 30, 40 metres into the top of the tree and it grazes on algae and it changes colour and it comes all the way down. they will be on springwatch this year and that is what you pay a licence fee for! tree slugs, i am so excited! and have you both on the tv for four nights. thank you so much life from a slightly misty start in the cotswolds. and springwatch is on every evening at 8:00pm on bbc two from today until thursday. at 8:00pm on bbc two wonder if carol has seen ar slugs. from today until thursday. at 8:00pm on bbc two wonder if carol has seen ar carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. we carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. we carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. haven't
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that is the case as we carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. move up to some sunshine. that is the case as we carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. move up to norther some sunshine. that is the case as we carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. move up to norther we move up to northern england, northern carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. we move up to northern england, northern carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. england, we move up to northern england, northern carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. england, northern we move up to northern england, northern carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. england, northern northern england, northern ireland and carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. northern england, northern ireland and carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday 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monday weather. 27. the highest ten hit 27. the highest temperature at about carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. hit 27. the highest temperature at about carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. 28. hit 27. the highest temperature at about carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. 28. yesterday, hit 27. the highest temperature at about carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. 28. yesterday, nor about 28. yesterday, northern ireland, carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. about 28. yesterday, northern ireland, carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. scotland about 28. yesterday, northern ireland, carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. scotland and about 28. yesterday, northern ireland, carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. scotland and wales about 28. yesterday, northern ireland, carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. scotland and wales ireland, scotland and wales had their carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. ireland, scotland and wales had their carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. highest ireland, scotland and wales had their carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. highest temperatur ireland, scotland and wales had their carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. highest temperatur ireland, scotland and wales had their carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. highest temperatur their highest temperature so far. for carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. their highest temperature so far. for carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. england their highest temperature so far. for carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. england to their highest temperature so far. for carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. england to achieve their highest temperature so far. for carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. england to achieve their highest temperature so far. for carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. england to achieve their highest temperature so far. for carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. england to achieve for england to achieve that we would have carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. for england to achieve that we would have carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. to for england to achieve that we would have carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. to be for england to achieve that we would have carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. to be 29.1. for england to achieve that we would have carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. to be 29.1. this for england to achieve that we would have carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. to be 29.1. this eve for england to achieve that we would have carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. to be 29.1. this eve have to be 29.1. this evening and overnight, carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. have to be 29.1. this evening and overnight, carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. we have to be 29.1. this evening and overnight, carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. we will have to be 29.1. this evening and overnight, carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. we will see have to be 29.1. this evening and overnight, carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. we will see the have to be 29.1. this evening and overnight, carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. we will see the clot overnight, we will see the cloud moved carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. overnight, we will see the cloud moved carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. back overnight, we will see the cloud moved carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. back across overnight, we will see the cloud moved carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. back across the overnight, we will see the cloud moved carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. back across the uk. overnight, we will see the cloud moved carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. back across the uk. overnight, we will see the cloud moved carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. back across the uk. overnight, we will see the cloud moved carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. back across the uk. moved back across the uk. it will be more carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. moved back across the uk. it will be more carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. extensive moved back across the uk. it will be more carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. extensive this moved back across the uk. it will be more carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. extensive this comi moved back across the uk. it will be more carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. extensive this comi moved back across the uk. it will be more carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. extensive this comi more extensive this coming night to be carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. more extensive this coming night to be carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. northern more extensive this coming night to be carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. northern ireland more extensive this coming night to be carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. northern ireland ar more extensive this coming night to be carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. northern ireland ar more extensive this coming night to be carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. northern ireland ar be northern ireland and northern and western carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. be northern ireland and northern and western carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. scotland. be northern ireland and northern and western carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. scotland. most be northern ireland and northern and western carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. scotland. most of
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be northern ireland and northern and western carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. scotland. most oft western scotland. most of the showers carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. western scotland. most of the showers carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. will western scotland. most of the showers carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. will fade, western scotland. most of the showers carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. will fade, there western scotland. most of the showers carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. will fade, there will western scotland. most of the showers carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. will fade, there will showers will fade, there will be some carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. showers will fade, there will be some carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. left showers will fade, there will be some carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. left in showers will fade, there will be some carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. left in the showers will fade, there will be some carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. left in the south showers will fade, there will be some carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. left in the south an showers will fade, there will be some carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. left in the south an showers will fade, there will be some carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. left in the south an showers will fade, there will be some carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. left in the south an some left in the south and we are at risk carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. some left in the south and we are at risk 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continent risk of some more coming in from the near carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. continent into risk of some more coming in from the near carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. continent into the risk of some more coming in from the near carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. continent into the e near continent into the east. tomorrow carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. near continent into the east. tomorrow carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. we near continent into the east. tomorrow carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. we start near continent into the east. tomorrow carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. we start with near continent into the east. tomorrow carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. we start with all near continent into the east. tomorrow carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. we start with all thi tomorrow we start with all this cloud carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. tomorrow we start with all this cloud carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. across tomorrow we start with all this cloud carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. across much tomorrow we start with all this cloud carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. across much of tomorrow we start with all this cloud carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. across much of the tomorrow we start with all this cloud carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. across much of the tomorrow we start with all this cloud carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. across much of the cloud across much of the country. it will carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. cloud across much of the country. it will carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. gradually cloud across much of the country. it will carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. gradually burn cloud across much of the country. it will carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. gradually burn back cloud across much of the country. it will carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. gradually burn back cloud across much of the country. it will carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. gradually burn back will gradually burn back to the north carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. will gradually burn back to the north carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. sea will gradually burn back to the north carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. sea coastline will gradually burn back to the north carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. sea coastline and will gradually burn back to the north carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. sea coastline and o will gradually burn back to the north carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. sea coastline and o north sea coastline and once again there carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. north sea coastline and once again there carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. will north sea coastline and once again there carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. will be north sea coastline and once again there carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. will be a north sea coastline and once again there carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. will be a fair north sea coastline and once again there carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. will be a fair bit north sea coastline and once again there carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. will be a fair bit of north sea coastline and once again there carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. will be a fair bit of! there will be a fair bit of sunshine with carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. there will be a fair bit of sunshine with carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. the there will be a fair bit of sunshine with carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. the risk there will be a fair bit of sunshine with carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. the risk of there will be a fair bit of sunshine with carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. the risk of some there will be a fair bit of sunshine with carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. the risk of some th with the risk of some thunderstorms carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. with the risk of some thunderstorms carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. the with the risk of some thunderstorms carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. the south. with the risk of some thunderstorms carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. the south. again, with the risk of some thunderstorms carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. the south. again, i with the risk of some thunderstorms carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. the south. again, i with the risk of some thunderstorms carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. the south. again, i in the south. again, hit and miss. temperatures carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. in the south. again, hit and miss. temperatures carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. up in the south. again, hit and miss. temperatures carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. up to in the south. again, hit and miss. temperatures carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. up to 25 in the south. again, hit and miss. temperatures carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. up to 25 tomorrow in the south. again, hit and miss. temperatures carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. up to 25 tomorrow temperatures up to 25 tomorrow but above—average carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. temperatures up to 25 tomorrow but above—average carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. for temperatures up to 25 tomorrow but above—average carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. for this temperatures up to 25 tomorrow but above—average carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. for this stage temperatures up to 25 tomorrow but above—average carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. for this stage in temperatures up to 25 tomorrow but above—average carol's in holland park, with our bank holiday monday weather. for this stage in ma it is still glorious. enjoyed that. we will see you soon, carol. well done, those of you who spotted the typo on the graphic. jayne's taking advantage of the sun in liverpool. she's at the city's docks, where the tall ships regatta is setting sail later today.
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where the tall ships regatta 17 tall ships from all over the world are taking part in the race, including one vessel which has been specially designed so able—bodied and disabled people can sail side by side. morning, jayne. can sail side by side. beautiful can sail side by side. sunshine by the river mersey? beautiful sunshine by the river mersey? this is not bagpipes, this isa ban mersey? this is not bagpipes, this is a ban from brittany. good morning to everybody on board. this is the french training vessel. they are all taking part and they will set sail. they are taking part in the race. i have got a frog in my throat, i am so sorry. have got a frog in my throat, i am so sorry. walk with me and let's meet some of the people here for the festival happening over the last four days but this is the big day because this is when everybody on
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each of these 17 ships gets ready to set sail over to dublin and then to bordeaux. i desperately want to introduce this chap, his name is ginger. not really ginger, it is alex. i am the third generation of the cochrane family. my uncle was sir thomas cochrane, the seawolf. russell crowe played the part of him, masterand russell crowe played the part of him, master and commander. hornblower is based on him. this is an amazing story. you came up today ona bike an amazing story. you came up today on a bike and said to the skipper, cani on a bike and said to the skipper, can i come with you to france?” came from west lothian. you asked if you could get on board to go to france and you are. amazing people here today. come and meet the race
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director, paul. tell us about the ships? they are fantastic. this ship isa ships? they are fantastic. this ship is a french school in and is one of two sister ships built in 1932 and one of the most pretty ships in the world. in front here, this has come from france and is relocated in scotland. she was built in poland in the 80s. the head of her, this is a museum ship. she is retired. let's head over to her now. thank you so much, have a brilliant trip. let's meet some people over here. you are live on television, are you having a nice time at liverpool? fantastic, we have only just nice time at liverpool? fantastic, we have onlyjust arrived. come and meet clare. you work for the council
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and you put on this event ten years ago when liverpool was crowned european capital of culture. what has changed in liverpool since then? we use the capital of culture as the starting point and not be ending point. we had an incredible programme in 2008. none of this was here in 2008, this was built afterwards. it has been the most incredible regeneration of this city. not just incredible regeneration of this city. notjust a physical regeneration, but unemotional generation. people take great pride in these events are liverpool and even though money is tight for the council, you think it is important to keep investing in cultural events like this? culture is part of the economy here, it drives the economy for the last ten years. it brings a sense of civic pride and people get a taste of who they are and what they want to be. coventry and hull have been uk city of culture. hull
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did the most brilliantjob lasted. when places take culture to their heart and do things like we have done here, just go for it. have a great time. ten years ago they had just over1 million people visiting this event. i am sure the quayside will be absolutely rammed in no time at all. a perfect day in liverpool. back to you guys. thank you very much indeed. it is a beautiful morning by the river mersey. absolutely glorious. our next guest is one of the most successful rugby coaches in the history of the game. successful rugby coaches ben ryan's led the fijian team to several major victories, including the country's first olympic gold in rio. his sporting achievements have meant so much to the people of fiji that his face has even been on the country's 50 cent piece. we'll speak to ben in a moment, but first let's take a look at his legacy on the island. but first let's take a look music but first let's take a look for me, the simple life
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is the beautiful life. that transfers onto the field, so my leadership is a simple style, its simple leadership and it's the obvious. it's getting the best out of people to get the best out of them on the pitch. of people to get the best out it's teamship, its loyalty. of people to get the best out you don't need a software programme or a sports scientists telling you what they should be eating or drinking. you can do all that simply. eating or drinking. we've proven that as a team, having a simple framework, simple leadership, simple practices can get you to the very top of the game and can keep you there and can push the boundaries on how this game's being played. and ben ryanjoins us now. game's being played. you
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game's being played. get a flavourfor what you game's being played. get a flavour for what you you game's being played. get a flavourfor what you till there, you get a flavour for what you did there, but was it amazing. fiji were a good side when you took over, albeit in the process of rebuilding but an incredible story? fiji have a lwa ys but an incredible story? fiji have always been good at sevens but they just lack consistency. i came in and they were bankrupt and the best players had gone. it was as hard as it could have been at the start. it changed everything about me. what made you take the job in the first place? i had became a bad version of me with england. i wasn't excited andi me with england. i wasn't excited and i wasn't happy and i felt empty. i have had a few run—ins with my bosses and clashed about a few things. i needed to take a risk. i didn't get paid by fiji for well, i didn't get paid by fiji for well, i didn't know how long my contract would be, but! didn't know how long my contract would be, but i needed to do something different. it was a long
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way to go to do that. you had clashed with your boss is, you have met expectations, your previous one or your professional one, why did fiji want you ? or your professional one, why did fiji want you? i have met expectations as a coach with the previous bosses, but i stuck to my guns on things. the standards you walk past is the standard you become. i felt it was the wrong thing for me to stay and fiji came and my friend on twitter said this job is available. then waiting for two hours on skype for the ceo to ask me had i met the queen. then he got sacked. he was late calling you? yes, fiji time. then you are sacked, and you did know if the person who had offered you the job, whether it would carry on. then i was told they
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we re would carry on. then i was told they were having a press conference to announce they were appointing me. when your stomach is in a knot but your heart is soaring, i got to do this. looking at the picture, on the beach the guys doing sit—ups and then running up and down samjames which are virtually 45 degrees? the world heritage site, it shows you don't need lots of sports scientists and tonnes of stuff. if everybody is aligned, has purpose and belief. when we were in the olympics, they had all that in their legs. in all of the clips, they play with a smile on theirfaces of the clips, they play with a smile on their faces and they come from the humblest of backgrounds. but they enjoy what they do and they are very good at it. is it a philosophy you are doing, you are doing consultancy now, you have finished with fiji and you have your name on the coin. you are talking to people from all walks of life, notjust a
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sporting background ? from all walks of life, notjust a sporting background? it is about getting the best out of people, whether you are in an office or playing centre forward for manchester united, it is about getting the best out of yourself, how you treat people and giving them a sense of purpose and make them feel safe so they can go out and do their thing. make them consistent in that. fiji taught me all that and it is not about the whistles and bells it is about getting the basics right and applying them consistently. you are doing a lot of work at the moment with the olympics and olympic sports as well. to take a look at lessons that could be learned, how do you do that with any sport without attributing individual blame, how do you go to the system rather than the athlete? that is a great question, and in the olympics you do see weird things happening to athletes last minute. they almost self sabotage themselves because of the pressure. that is related to other outside influences as well?m
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is, you have got to create that safety so they feel they can be their best and make sure they feel really competent. their framework is black and white, they know what they need to achieve, but you empower them, give them autonomy and make sure you are consistent in your behaviours. you are not back coach who give you a high five when you have had a great game, then walks past you in the corridor when you are not playing well. things happen, people don't always perform, but you have to be consistent in your behaviour to that. we were talking about the european cup final, juergen klopp is a great coach, but how does the goalkeeper comeback from those two howlers.” how does the goalkeeper comeback from those two howlers. i don't know him individually, butjuergen klopp did what he could post match and didn't attribute blame and took it on as didn't attribute blame and took it onasa didn't attribute blame and took it on as a collective. it shows he has created a great environment. and ben's book is called ‘sevens heaven'. that's all we've got
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time for this morning. i'll be back here tomorrow from 6:00 with charlie. now on bbc one, john craven is on the malvern hills celebrating their beauty and wildlife in countryfile spring diaries. and wildlife in this is bbc news. i'm vicki young. the headlines at nine. flash flooding hits parts of the midlands and wales, after some areas experience more than a month's rainfall injustan hour. talks resume between us and north korean officials on a possible leaders' summit — after donald trump says he sees "great potential" in the north's future. the labour partyjoins calls to change abortion laws in northern ireland, following a referendum in the republic of ireland. and in the next hour, it's been voted britain's most scenic bus route. simon gompertz hops on board the double decker which runs from pickering to whitby to find out why it's valued so much by passengers.
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