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lazzaro is a young man who always sees the best in everyone. he meets a man and he says he thinks they may be brothers. he asks him tojoin any plan to fake his kidnapping and that is when things start to change. howls. good morning. welcome to breakfast with steph mcgovern and charlie stayt. our headlines today: brexit talks stall. wolves howl back. labour says theresa may is refusing to compromise but the government insists it's made "serious proposals". millions of workers will have to pay higher pension contributions from today, but some will benefit from new tax changes. and off—duty soldier who towards a bomb left on a tube train is honoured with a bravery award. good morning. catch us if you can. liverpool are back on top of the premier league after coming back to win at southampton. good morning. we finally have you can see from that that it has an almost dreamy, something a little bit drier in the way of our weather to come this fairy tale equality and then
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the police turn up and nothing weekend. but i am afraid i cannot is quite like it seems. promise you unbroken sunshine. eastern areas. with some fairly stubborn cloud. an easterly breeze is setting up that will turn out to be chilly on some of the eastern what is interesting coasts. more detail coming up. about this is you can read it in a number of ways, you can read it as a dogville parable about workers' rights good morning. it's saturday, 8th april. and excitation or you can read thanks forjoining us. our top story: it's unclear or you can read whether the government and labour will hold further talks it as a story about past and present on brexit over the weekend, because there is a time after three days of discussions travelling element about it. ended without agreement yesterday. that is never explained. it is played naturally meetings have been taking place but these are strange to try and find a proposal to put and supernatural things happen. to another commons vote, before an emergency eu you can see it as a summit next week. labour's shadow brexit secretary sir keir starmer said the government has not proposed any changes cousin of the village. to theresa may's brexit deal. at the moment the government is not i am reminded of al pacino proposing any change to the deal, in dog day afternoon. it's not countenancing any change to actually, what i think is that in the end, it is a story of someone the actual wording of the political who sees the good and things to such declaration. now, obviously, ithink an extent that it protects him we all want to break this deadlock. from the corruption
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we wa nt we all want to break this deadlock. we want the talks to continue. but of the world in which he lives. the best thing about it is that compromise does require change. i think everyone who sees downing street has insisted it's it will interpret it any different way. prepared to hold further you can read it and many many discussions. foreign secretaryjeremy hunt said developments were being watched different ways and you can see closely in brussels. as a parable, a fairy tale or a political story. it is kind of weirdly magical we will give them an honest assessment as to whether we think and you sort of go with it. that process will bear fruit. but i loved out of blue, what i think they will see from the the carol morley film, and similarly with this, actions that theresa may has taken you just have to go with it. over the last week is that she is it is a really melancholy and charming and strange and i don't leaving no stone unturned to do really know what it is about, that. so britain is not dragging its but i know what it might be about. i would happily see it again. feetin that. so britain is not dragging its feet in trying to solve this, but we best out as a film that came out area feet in trying to solve this, but we are a democracy with a hung when we were at school? parliament so it's not easy. yes, a clockwork orange, let's talk to our political the adaptation of anthony burgess's novel. correspondent matt cole. thanks forjoining us. they getting nowhere with these talks at the moment. hello. things look a little brilliantly played by malcolm mcdowell. lifeless, don't they, with these it is ultraviolence and terrorising talks. they have had two or three and that is a part of the film that became notorious. the design is extraordinary, days worth so far and do not seem to but the balance at the beginning be making too much progress. the of the film is very, very full on. offer we understand of continuing talks is there. it really doesn't look like there is much happening what people forget is that most this weekend at the moment. labour of the film actually happens
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after that and it is to do with this very clear that they think that thing this technique. so a type of aversion to make? theresa may needs to move on what they describe as a red lines, or inversion therapy? specifically it's a customs union, a or aversion therapy? much closer relationship and trade exactly. terms with brussels than they want, far more than theresa may ever wa nted far more than theresa may ever wanted to countenance. it is going to be rather difficult to see how the idea is that if you take away so they compromise can be breeze, not much of a person, do theyjust least as labour are claiming that become nothing more than a clockwork the government have effectively come up the government have effectively come up with the idea of a document to go round the existing agreements, orange? rather than chase are the was they that section of the film gets far have. the government seems to be less attention than the beginning disputing that stop at all the which is the the thing that while, of course, we wait for the made the film notorious. there are lots of stories big summit on wednesday, by which about it being banned, time the eu says there has to be a it was not banned in the uk. credible played from britain if it's kubrick asked warner bros to remove going to offer that extension that it from circulation in the uk after it had its first run. they're seeking. thank you very the reason you could never see much. we will speculate on. mark it was because stanley kubrick called there for us. did not want it to be shown. it was not shown again until 1999 ——we will speak to you later on. or 2000 when it was reissued. and you know because you made millions of workers will now see a documentary about it. a bigger chunk of their wages no end to your talents? automatically diverted into a pension, from today. the minimum contribution it has a lovely sons and feel to it. is going up from three to 5%. employers will also have to increase their contributions.
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here's our personal finance correspondent simon gompertz. this is a tale of two hairdressers. it is an old—timer bank robber and read for‘s one, chloe, and ready to have 5% performance is just great. clipped of her wage for her work pension after today's increase.” think that a little bit of money that i don't see, go straight out of my way just before that i don't see, go straight out of my wayjust before i even see it, performance is just great, andi my wayjust before i even see it, and ijust my wayjust before i even see it, and i just think, my wayjust before i even see it, sissy spacek as well. and ijust think, well, for the future you might need it. you won't it is very, very gentle and very nostalgic. be working. and you'll need to top i just love that. i thought it was really touching and it is a character study of them. up be working. and you'll need to top upforyour be working. and you'll need to top up for your old age and enjoy doing things as you get older. and this is it looks like the kind of film they made in the 70s and they don't make any more. from my point of view, that's perfect. tanika who has been blown out of the all right, mark. thank you. that is all. pension scheme by going to have a goodbye from both of us. baby and coming back part—time. engines are expensive for new pa rents engines are expensive for new parents or forward. once you have a baby you put it to the side. you have had a baby, you want a lower weight and that is it, and as a date hello. this is breakfast with steph mcgovern and charlie stayt. you get a lower pension. yes. is not good morning. here's a summary of today's main just the cost. employers are not stories from bbc news. it's unclear whether the government obliged to sign up people like and labour will hold further talks
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on brexit over the weekend, after three days of discussions ended without agreement yesterday. taneika, who own less than £10,000 meetings have been taking place per year. the business has to to try and find a proposal to put to another commons vote, contribute a top up, which has gone before an emergency eu up contribute a top up, which has gone up to 3% of pay. summit next week. labour says the government hasn't proposed any changes to theresa may's brexit deal. contribute a top up, which has gone up to 396 of pay. for the majority of downing street insists it is ready small businesses it is an owner is but natural get worse and worse and worse. something like 70% of people work for a small business in this to hold further discussions. country so it will have an impact on the employment as to whether people will take people on. right now the millions of workers will have to put more into their workplace challenge for savers like lawyers pension from today. how to afford today's higher pension the minimum contribution is going up from 3% to 5%. payments. the government says is that will mean less take—home pay. there's concern the changes letting us earn more before income will make it harderfor women, tax kicks in and raising minimum who are more likely to work wages and that should help. simon gompertz, bbc news. part—time and earn less. the aircraft manufacturer boeing says it's temporarily cutting production of its 737 airliner following two crashes. production will decrease from 52 the aircraft manufacturer boeing to 42 planes a month, says it's temporarily cutting while the firm works on fixing production of its 737 airliner a fault on its max model following two crashes. production will decrease from 52 which was involved in crashes to 42 planes a month, while the firm works on changes to its max model which was involved in crashes in ethiopia in ethiopia and indonesia. and indonesia.
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a soldier who walked towards a bomb left on an underground train is being awarded the queen ‘s commendation for bravery. a soldier who walked towards a bomb lieutenant colonel craig palmer was travelling to work left on an underground train is when the device partially exploded a few carriages away being awarded the queen ‘s at parsons green station. a fireball swept through the tube commendation for three. lieutenant colonel craig palmer train injuring more than 50 people. was travelling to work colonel palmer took photographs when the device partially exploded of the smouldering bomb before a few carriages away contacting the police. at parsons green station. a fireball swept through the tube train injuring more than 50 people. and we'll be talking to colonel palmer after nine o'clock. colonel palmer took photographs of the smouldering bomb before hundreds of pupils from contacting the police. raheem sterling's old school are heading to wembley this afternoon, after he got them tickets to watch the fa cup semifinal. we will be hearing from colonel palmer later on. he will come into tell us that story. sirmick how exciting is that for them? and tell us that story. sir mickjagger says he tell us that story. sir mick jagger says he is tell us that story. sir mickjagger says he is on the grab how exciting is that for them? mend after having a heart operation and grab the england in the united states. forward surprised in a tweet, the singer said students from ark elvin academy, by inviting them to watch he was feeling much better manchester city's game against and thanked hospital staff brighton. here's natalie pirks. for doing a superb job. the stones postponed their tour of the us and canada, its pe as usual for the after their frontman pulled its pe as usualfor the pupils its pe as usual for the pupils of ark elvin academy, but this has been out on doctors orders. very good to hear he is on the mend. no ordinary week. on thursday, ten of them met their school's most flight -- of them met their school's most
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flight —— was former student, and then 250 of them discovered that and grab thanks to raheem sterling's the cheapest european resort for uk holiday makers has been revealed. generosity they were going home with a pairof analysis of 20 destinations generosity they were going home with a pair of tickets for today's semi. was carried out by the post office. bulgaria's sunny beach came out on top, because of low costs despite his success and the fact for things like eating and drinking out. that he has moved out of london and it was followed by the algarve in portugal. is playing for manchester, he still sorrento in italy was remembers where his from antisex close to his roots stoppered for our the most expensive. children to have role model who i feel i need thinks of them and has his heart in ifeel i need more information on that story like how much is a beer. oui’ thinks of them and has his heart in our community, that means a huge amount to us, is very special does two sticks close to his roots. every i hear bulgaria is a great place in terms of holidaying and beaches and ski resorts. what day for a young raheem sterling there was a very visual reminder of would be a precis dear to you? his dream to one day play at whitley stadium. —— wembley stadium. his expensive —— pricey beer. former coach still works you. he has 01’ former coach still works you. he has or has been a very nice person. very generous. always willing to help would be a precis dear to you? expensive -- pricey beer. that was where he could look out for people. sorrento. i small bottle of beer i would be thinking £6, £7. i think it is great that he is doing sorrento. i small bottle of beer i would be thinking £6, he sorrento. i small bottle of beer i would be thinking £6, £7. 6 euros. i that. it gives a lot of people in the area, from the school, the am assuming the cheapest you a opportunity to go to wembley and see document about is maybe 80 p.” again. a lot of them haven't been to wembley before. for those with the
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am assuming the cheapest you a document about is maybe 80 p. i was golden tickets, sterling is a role in tenerife last month and it was a euro per beer. did you have a good model. he is an inspiration. he is oui’ time? i was only there very briefly. model. he is an inspiration. he is our reason to play football. he got found and it goes to show that with there are drinks available other ha rd found and it goes to show that with than beer. exactly. the premier hard work, determination, passion, and studies, anything is possible. by and studies, anything is possible. by the school will now rename its bottle after the manchester city league is a bit like a game of star and want bottle after the manchester city starand want him bottle after the manchester city poker. star and want him back to copy manchester city in the cup action ribbon, they hope with the fa cup in today. they have got a game in hand. tow. natalie pirks, bbc news, plenty to go. liverpool have done what they needed to do and taken the wembley. chance last night. they left it late. it was a tough test. was a good day. it looks like sir liverpool came through a really mickjagger is was a good day. it looks like sir mick jagger is having tough test of their title winning was a good day. it looks like sir mickjagger is having a good day. he is on the mend after having a heart credentials, recovering from conceding an early goal operation in the united states. at southampton to return to the top in a tweet, the singer said he was feeling much better of the table and keep the pressure on manchester city. and thanked hospital staff david ornstein reports. for doing a superb job. the stones postponed their tour of the us and canada, after their frontman pulled the smile of a man who is getting out on doctors orders. ever closer to returning liverpool to where they believe they belong. the cheapest european resort for uk holiday makers has been revealed. analysis of 20 destinations was carried out by the post office. jurgen klopp's men didn't make life bulgaria's sunny beach came out easy for themselves, allowing shane on top, because of low costs for things like eating and drinking out. long to give southampton a deserved it was followed by the algarve in portugal. lead in their battle against sorrento in italy was
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relegation. the manager a picture of frustration. those soon his moon would be lifted by the rise of naby the most expensive. keita, the midfielder‘s first goal for the club standing despite a possible offside in the build—up. isn't it nicejust liverpool level. after the break they went for broke. naby keita to isn't it nice just looking at that? defour once more, falling, was this a foul? the referee said no. i know. i was having a moment. however, liverpool would come again. taking your timejust i know. i was having a moment. taking your time just to look at the and now there was no stopping them. beach. let's take a look at today's front pages. and brexit continues to grab of mohamed salah's many headlines, with the guardian contributions, perhaps the most reporting complaints from labour important so far, the result was frontbenchers that theresa may is refusing to compromise rather stamped by jordan important so far, the result was in cross—party talks. rather stamped byjordan henderson. liverpool back to the top. a firstly title in 29 years moving into sides. unclear if they will be going ahead david ornstein, bbc news. now. the picture is ladies day at aintree. it was another blustery we had in the first half already very good moments, very good chances day. today is the grand national. in the box. they scored deb goal the big event. which was a nice goal. and we made "brexit betrayal" says the telegraph on its front page. the equaliser, zagame on again. the it says this was the week the prime minister risked everything and achieved nothing. second half, it was clear they came
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the mail claims cannabis users are being let off because police out and tried again. we needed a officers don't want to harm their life chances. couple of minutes and then we were and the sun leads with a big cat com pletely couple of minutes and then we were completely in control. we scored two on the loose in cornwall. wonderful goals. under the headline "pawldark", the paper says five pet cats are dead and deer are missing, amid sightings of a black a happy man there. panther. it's fa cup semifinal weekend. on sunday, watford will face wolves, while later today, manchester city will look to continue their march, to an, un—precedented quadruple, let's have a quick look inside. when they face brighton at wembley. and for city manager, pep guardiola, reaching the final, would be a special moment. i think when i was young, in those are stories emerge once in a while. normally, he says rather cynically, it turns out to be a very catalonia, so it was quite usual to small cat. a house cat. maybe this see the final of the fa cup rather than the premier league games. so in is the real thing. this is in the the tradition, wembley, both daily mail as well. it is about managers going there plumb in front passwords. you know about this. we of the players, to hold this trophy. are told all the time, you have got to be careful with your passwords i have never been there and i cannot and think about things that are not obvious. you go down that path and deny how nice it would be you think about something that is not obvious and then you forget personally. but i think for the them. this is telling us that the players as well and for the club.
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lovely memories there from pep average person forgets their guardiola. the's women were beaten password 36 times a year. that is 1-0 guardiola. the's women were beaten 1—0 by canada. more than once a fortnight, phil neville's team, obviously. and one in six people were undone by one of the game's evergreen stars. 35—year—old christine sinclair of canada scoring a remarkable forgets their password at least once 180th international goal. a week. yeah. it is easily done when she made her debut as a 16—year—old back in the year 2000. you have different passwords with things. i am forever coming to work that proved to be the winner, and not being able to log on and but phil neville says his side, forgetting what my password is. can still be pleased with that don't you have that? almost every other day it happens to me. no tournament in france on the horizon. exaggeration. can i show you the even though we don't like losing, i story about this little girl. she thought it was a brilliant game of had a spelling test at school. she foot all from the players. they was nervous about it. she noticed that some of her friends had managed showed me everything i wanted to to get some time off by having see. there were some great performances. i was watching it. chickenpox. so she managed to get a see. there were some great performances. iwas watching it. i felt relaxed. it was just the type red highlighter pen, which she then of test we needed. we wanted to play drew dots all over her face and against a team that was experienced body. she put some effort into this, to be fairto body. she put some effort into this, to be fair to her, went downstairs and had flexibility in the system. i and said to her mum and dad she thought we handled most things really well. wasn't feeling very well and was scotland drew 1—1 in edgy. mum and dad spotted this a friendly, with chile. scotland took the lead through erin cuthbert. but chile equalised straightaway and said they were thanks to a penalty. trying to hold in their laughter. scotland play brazil next on monday.
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and then, of course, it was away from football. permanent marker she had done it in so they could not get it. so then she had to go to school and do the at 5:15 this afternoon, spelling test and then she had a pe the eyes of the sporting world will be on aintree, lesson where people were laughing at as the grand national her. do we know how she did in the gets under way. if you're having a flutter, spelling test? i don't know. there is one horse, that stands out in the 110 runners — one that could make history. the hot favourite tiger roll hopefully well. it is scary, tests would become the first horse, to win back to back, at school. on balance, i think she nationals since red rum should get an award for ingenuity or in the 19705. andy swiss reports. he is the horse with history in his something. we have all done it, haven't we? i know. and it came from sights. this is tiger roll, last yea r‘s sights. this is tiger roll, last year's grand sights. this is tiger roll, last a video she had watched online with yea r‘s grand national sights. this is tiger roll, last year's grand national winner now chasing a place in the record books. the ten ways to get out of school. there is red rum... not since the laughter. we will have a full review of the great red rum in 1974 has a horse on newspapers later on this morning. back—to—back nationals. but after a scintillating season, tiger roll is once again at the one to beat. he the developer persimmon has announced an independent review into its housing quality, could be going to the grand national after increasing concerns about the standard with a bit of preparation. there are of its new builds. but property advice group a lot of fences to jump. there have the homeowners alliance has told the bbc that issues with new homes aren't limited to just one developer. been racing over these famous fences here's our consumer affairs
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for some 180 years now. in that time correspondent colletta smith. only four horses have ever one consecutive grand national. but such this was supposed to be just‘s dream home. he'd saved up for a new build, is the confidence in tiger roll he could start as one of the hottest favourites that aintree has ever seen. the hottest ever was back in thinking he would need to do any work tuitt —— justin. 1935, golden miller. although as so thinking he would need to do any work tuitt -- justin. moved out twice. every ceiling in the entire often with a national, didn't count property has been removed. but the for much. golden miller is down. he reality has been very different. we have had countless problems with the tries to refuse, shoots hisjockey heating system. everything in here out of the saddle. tiger roll could has been replaced. the top floor was set off as the biggest favourite totally strip. it's just an endless since there stop and should he win list of problems. justin bought his bookies face a staggering £200 house from one of the biggest million resulting grand national history. the public adore him. so many developers, taylor wimpey, under the help to buy scheme. it is well below standard. in trying to denote —— reasons. he won it last year. is negotiate with the builders has been looking to emulate red rum. he is a trauma from day one. installation fantastic cause. he is the public issues, damp issues... a couple of because. at the courseware red rum became a legend, winning three bonuses in total, can another horse doors up len lives in an identical
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home with her partner and three of his name into racing history? daughters. this is not isolated to this particular property of this andy swiss, bbc news, aintree. estate, it has got to be national. the developer taylor wimpey say they sincerely apologise to justin and lynn and have taken action to put things right. more generally they sadly one of the favourite jockeys say we work hard to resolve any will not be riding. issues as soon say we work hard to resolve any issues as soon as say we work hard to resolve any geraghty, had been due to ride, issues as soon as possible. on one of the favourites anibale i'm not talking about dodgy kitchen fly. fellow rider mark enright, was also taken to hospital after falling from his horse in the same race. and two horses were fatally injured units. i'm talking about major structural failings. at the on the second day of the meeting. sale have narrowed the gap between themselves and the premiership top solicitors, timothy takes new calls four with a victory of the harlequins. an opportunist try from nearly every day from people battling against a host of different developers right across the country. he thinks the problems with the new byron mcguigan, bills are down to lack of skills in made the difference, for the home side as they moved to, the workforce. people are making five points behind harlequins. the scottish international ran over half the pitch, for sale's only try m ista kes the workforce. people are making mistakes potentially because they of the match, in a 28—17 win. don't realise the significance of glasgow, meanwhile, what they are doing due to a lack of remain top of the pro 14. they beat ulster by training, a lack of experience, and 30 points to seven. tommy seymour scoring, one of four tries for the warriors, a lack of supervision overall. against his former side. developers are under pressure to build lots of homes and quickly. on
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an incredible second—half turnaround top of that, every building company next when the castleford tigers beat have spoken to in recent years have wigan. the 88—28 in the end in rugby told me it's a nightmare trying to get hold of enough staff with the right level of skill. what newbuild super league. ——38 — 28. homeowners are now living with is the consequences of that. taylor castleford had trailed by 16 wimpey say last year they increase points at half—time, the number of workers they hire but they fought back brilliantly, in front of their home fans and went directly by nearly 30% stop the in front, thanks to, tuoyo egodo. so they keep up, the pressure government say they are trying to on the top two, while wigan remain tackle the issue by creating a new in the bottom four. homes ombudsman and spending more on elsewhere there were wins for wakefield, and warrington, new construction training hubs. who stay top. great britain's charley hull remains in contention at the first women's there are now calls for a new law to major in the air in california. a let owners hang on to some of their final payments for a couple of second round of 69 to finish on three under par. yea rs. final payments for a couple of years. there is no incentive for a builder to build right and move on. so that's why we're calling for a snagging retention so people can south korea's in—kyung kim, hold back the money so they put leads the event on eight under. this is the culmination of a penalty their money where their mouth is and their money where their mouth is and the builder will get things done shoot out in hockey. properly. that's too late forjustin normally you just hit the bullet in. and lynn. they have some advice for anyone else facing similar problems. and the south korean captain lee nam—youg dribbles the ball up it does get you down, doesn't it, before wow, lifting the ball up but you have got to keep going on on his stick then flicking it up
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and use each other to badger off.“ and in over the head of the indian goalkeeper as south korea clinched you didn't you would cry. colletta the title for the third time. idid not smith, bbc news, in norwich. i did not think you would be allowed to do that. you can. a brilliant there will be a lot of people who skill. want to try in the park will relate to that, i would have thought. later. it's amazing, that you should spend so much money and have so many it's the mixed gender sport, that's played in 70 countries around the world. problems! korfball is commonly described now for the weather. as a mixture of netball and basketball and is all about inclusion. with the season reaching its climax quite a messy weather picture across i've been to see how it works the uk this weekend, much drier than and how it all started. the uk this weekend, much drier than the days we have had this week, showers pulling away to the south. music plays. it will leave us with quite a bit of a cloudy picture and it could be imagine it's the netherlands in 1902 ha rd to a cloudy picture and it could be hard to pin down where some of the thickest of the cloud is. here is and this is a schoolmaster on his the heart of the low pressure system way to class and suddenly has the pushing down into the bay of biscay. idea of a sport that would allow men and women to play on the same team. the notion of women playing with men a little weather front to the north that will probably introduce some because worldwide controversy. more wet weather to scotland through korfball was branded and outraged, immoral, a monster. the professor the course of the day today, whereas wasn't going to be stopped. it was
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towards the south there should be some brighter spells. we pick up an an olympic demonstration sport 20 easterly breeze, which will feed in yea rs an olympic demonstration sport 20 years later. the teams of 2019 have a lot to be thankful for. some moisture and cloud. cloud years later. the teams of 2019 have a lot to be thankfulfor. korfball is still unique. a spot that can across much of scotland, with quite only be played with 4—man and four persistent rain times, but the women on the same team. as i found northern highlands and northern out early on, the rules were devised isles should do quite well. the to makerfor out early on, the rules were devised to maker for both out early on, the rules were devised to makerfor both men out early on, the rules were devised to maker for both men and women. north—west of england, wales and the what's that? penalty. boys can only south—west will do quite well, so a good—looking afternoon at aintree for the grand national, by the time defend boys and girls can only we get to the race itself it will be defend boys and girls can only defend girls. you can see adam ‘s rather large compared to our goals. you can't have one player clearly sitting on the low teens, but the dominating the entire game. that breeze not too big a factor, so hopefully it won't feel too chilly. o nto hopefully it won't feel too chilly. onto this evening and into tonight, makes sense. if i were to try to mark theml makes sense. if i were to try to mark them i would be taken out. each if you are heading out a lot of dry agenda can bring different things to weather around, much rain heading off to scotland. quite damp through the sport. so women tend to be a bit quicker. it is most instinctive to the southern uplands, but overall a try to block whoever it is. the game is so fast. sorry! that was quiet picture. lows in the west, it obviously a foul. i always say that could come close to freezing in the girls when korfball matches northern ireland, but a milder start rather than the boys. they are more
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for the day. the cloud a bit more skilful shooters. exactly. it is a widespread, breaks a bit harder to pick out, still looking quite hardy bit like basketball, a bit like apple, you run with the ball, but for scotland. the boat race you pass and move and the key thing is, look, the size of the basket. it's huge. much higher than a basketball or netball. after two tomorrow, could be stopped by goals use opposition in the team and thunderstorms, so we will be watching that element of our become the attackers. attacking for forecast. a similar set up in a way, the blues. have to defend the shot. hopefully some more sunshine to the not again. i discovered another role north, cloudy for eastern coasts, and more persistent rain feeding to negate any advantage to size and into the eastern tracking west. to strength in this noncontact sport. start the new week, not too bad in you can't even shoot when someone is within arms reach of you. it is terms of temperatures, but u nfortu nately we ca n about creating that space. obviously terms of temperatures, but unfortunately we can see what is coming down from the north. that iam about creating that space. obviously i am white small and i can come means it is going to turn chillier against some giants in the matches we play. but it is all about getting across the uk as we move into the them off—balance and running and week. a lot of cloud around in the shooting at about creating the distance between you. with the coming days, getting cooler as we move further into the week ahead, emphasis on equality and teamwork it but on the plus side hopefully not
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is not surprising that the quite as wet as it has been in the basingstoke team includes five married couples like sarah and previous week, where we have seen so many showers. a messy picture but richard met here. does it help on hopefully something you can enjoy court telepathy that you know? from the weather at least for a time absolutely not. eventually i did this weekend. now it's time manage to create enough space for a clear shot at that really high basket. handy. this meant the game for the film review. ended level and, so, penalties. too much pressure. it is a draw. hello there. welcome to the film review. here on bbc news taking why did they make me take the last us through this week's penalty, talk about pressure. we cinema releases we have, yes, you have guessed it, have a lot to think from the dutch mark kermode. three very different releases. professor in 1909. quite a we have pet sematary, which is a new reworking of the stephen king classic novel. character. there's a certain resemblance. i must thank the we have shazam!, an upbeat, milestones ms mm basingstoke for providing a classroom as well. i got colourful anti—superhero movie. some strange looks wandering around on thursday. with that bed. a and happy as lazarro, a cannes prizewinner. quality beard. i am available for
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now, pet sematary. the next remake of fidler on the what could possibly be scary about a pet cemetery? are you...? roof. where do you stand on stephen king stories? time to find out what is happening have you read stephen king? yeah, yeah. and you have because you have done with the weather. i feel a bit like a phd in horrorfiction. i have, thank you for bringing that up. doctor kermode. doctor kermode, exactly. so pet sematary is... i'm playing one of those party games when stephen king first wrote it he thought it was too dark today, trying to give the forecast, where the more i try to explain to publish and the novel itself is pretty dark. things, the more of a pickle it gets there was a version of the film made in 1989, now we have a remake of it. into. there is quite a lot of detail so, the story is that a family have been living in a town, in the forecast this weekend, and things are going to change about move to rural maine where the forest quite a lot. the easiest way to break down today i think is cloudy is now in their new back door. in the east, brighter spells in the it looks wonderful, it's going to be a new opportunity, the father will be able to spend west, chilly in the east and warmer more time with his kids, in the west, and may be up into the except that in the forest there are some strange things, midteens in term of temperatures. if like processions of children dressed you take a look at the satellite up like extras from the wicker man, picture, there is cloud swirling with a wheelbarrow and the dead pet around across the good portion of in it going out to the pet sematary, the country. it doesn't pan out very misspelt on the title. and beyond the cemetery itself, beyond the dreadful is something even more suspicious. here is a clip. well. a bit of moisture across
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saw these in the trees up there. scotla nd well. a bit of moisture across scotland today with outbreaks of yeah, they're warnings. rain, the low pressure bringing all the local tribes carved of the showers is a way to the west, them before they fled. fled? yeah, they knew the power of that place. so actually it is a drier story for they felt its pull. most of us. quite a bit of cloud around, cloud for scotland as a they came to believe it whole, more persistent rain here, belonged to something else. highlands and northern isles not the ground was bad, doing too badly. dumfries and galloway getting some sunshine later so they moved on. on. also, for wales and the but there's something up there. something that brings things back. south—west, some spells of sunshine for the second half of the day. so what happened to your dog, judd? looking good at aintree this afternoon, top temperatures of 18 he came back. degrees, perhaps about a degree down just like that man said he would, from forecast. some ran around for but he was changed. it was when he went after my mother that my daddy put him down. scotland, just kicking into the for the second time. south—west of england and elsewhere a dry story, more cloud around. it sometimes dead is better. will be a milder night, lows of six or seven degrees taking us into sunday morning. the same issue of
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so that is the tag line trying to describe a complicated for the film, sometimes dead is better. and there is no surprise in the fact picture. more stubborn cloud for that this is a burial ground, scotla nd picture. more stubborn cloud for scotland on sunday, and perhaps more if you bury your pets they come widespread overall through the first back and at the stakes pa rt widespread overall through the first part of the day, and then the hope are going to be raised. what's interesting about this of some brighter skies across is this comes on the back of it, south—eastern england, but all that which obviously was made as a tv may do is push temperatures up miniseries in 1990 and it became enough, 16 or 17 perhaps, to spark the biggest grossing horror movie of all time, unadjusted for inflation, the exorcist is still off some quite colossal foundry officially the champion. showers. we have the boat race but it was a huge hit and we have taking place tomorrow afternoon and a p pa re ntly taking place tomorrow afternoon and apparently the only thing that can it chapter two coming out stop the boat race is thunderstorms, in some months' time, so we will be watching that. so this is kinda in the middle of it. once going back to a classic old stephen king text that has been outbreaks in the south on monday, brought to the screen before. clear skies to the north and more and i think it is efficiently done, if rather generically done. widespread sunshine to get the new at the centre of it is a story about grief and about loss and about... week under way. we will pull some if you're offered the chance to overcome grief and loss, would you do it? the novel itself is very dark, the film has a more cooler air week under way. we will pull some coolerair in week under way. we will pull some cooler air in from the north—east, lightly comic tone to it. so probably monday our warmest day i neverfound it scary. of the week ahead, and temperatures no. i did think it had a kind tail off as the grey weather encourages again from the of twilight zone appeal,
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north—east. we'll be back with the headlines at 7:00. or like can eerily comic sort time now for click. of thing and it solidly done, it's very stylishly shot by laurie rose and the department are very good. john lithgow is always somebody you can always rely on. i did believe in the family, but what i didn't get was the sense that this had moved us on any further. it felt like a solid, meat and potatoes, crowd pleasing mainstream stephen king horror. i have only seen the trailer, but that looked pretty scary to me. 0k. well, i think you might enjoy it. i was never i was never scared, i did enjoy it, but i thought... this is the sight lots of cities it felt like solid burger and fries affair. across the world wake up you are a hard guy to scare. to every morning. i am, i know. pollution well over the safe limits. 0k. now, shazam!, which is about a 14—year—old boy who gets the power to transform into a superhero every time he said the word shazam!. yes, and suddenly he is in the red suit with the flash and everyjoke is that at the moment he discovers we now know this is killing more he can become shazam!, he is still a 14—year—old kid. people than smoking. this week the ultra low emission and anything we are always told zone launches in london. with comic book superheroes it hopes to keep the worst is that with great power comes polluters off the streets. great responsibility. of course, they haven't got but whether a £12.50 surcharge will actually stop enough people using their vehicles is, some might say, questionable.
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the great responsible, it's a beautiful day in london today and right now pollution levels so what he does as he goes aren't too high. into the local store because he looked old enough now and he tries to buy some beer. he makes youtube videos of all his exciting superpowers like stopping bullets, until his nemesis, in the shape of mark strong, turns up but come hour the story changes. and suddenly he realises that actually, there this goes beyond is something he has to do. the busy roads, too. i like this. it was kinda fun, like london's deepest tube stations, a superhero riff on big. a new study suggests, can be 30 times more polluted. remember when tom hanks becomes a kid who becomes a man? there is also... it's like a sort of comic version of chronicle, played more for laughs or imagine deadpool with none of the r—rated nastiness in it. if it has a flaw, it's at london marylebone, that it is too long. a new air filtering system is trying it is two hours and ten minutes long to tackle the problem. and i could happily have cut well, i wouldn't usually be standing half an hour out of it. this close to a fan blowing air but it's breezy and bright in my face, but apparently this and it is entertaining and it is very affectionate. is giving me the cleanest air it feels very... in the station. it is kind of cute. cute? cute. 0k. happy as lazarro? behind this advertising board is a contraption containing a nano directed by alice rohrwacher carbon filter capable of removing who made the wonders, over 90% of harmful gases ominated and won the best from the environment. screenplay award at cannes. so, set any rural village called inviolata, and violated, perfect. it has been cut off from the rest of the world.
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the devices are deliberately we meet a series of sharecroppers positioned alongside the shops who are working the land and waiting areas where most and they are being forced passengers spend their time. to work for no money 00:25:06,061 --> 2147483051:49:17,745 because they are constantly 2147483051:49:17,745 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 in debt to the marchesa. this map shows how the quality of the air is improved significantly where the filters are. the polluted air is being sucked in through the top of the unit and sent to a chamber in which there is a high—voltage electrical field where the ultrafine particles are being captured. the second stage is then a gas filter where we take out the nitrogen dioxide, we take out eventual ozone that is produced in the first chamber, and then the last chamber is basically to direct the airflow out to get the clean air in the right place. but it's notjust london. last year, 40 cities across the uk either reached or exceeded the safe limit for air quality. and some have their own
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plans to better the air. in southampton, this bus is claiming to clean the air as it drives. the filter on the roof removes the ultrafine particles from the air that diesel engines on vehicles like these are spewing out. basically there are two large filter papers, filter slabs in the unit. there are three fans that suck air in. the bus doesn't go fast enough to get enough air in so we need three fans that are driven by electricity. they suck air in. the air passes through the filter on the roof of the bus and it comes out much cleaner when it comes out the other end. and the hope is it could do a lot more than clean up its own act. if the city's 5,000 buses had these filters they could, in theory, clean the entire city's air twice over. up to height of ten metres, at least. i suspect that there are quite a lot cities that might be interested
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in looking at this sort of technology and if it's not a bus it could be a refuse vehicle, it could be a delivery lorry, it could be on all sorts of things. now, we don't need to just keep things running with low emissions. keeping things running at all can be a challenge. imagine the chaos if these traffic lights went down. now imagine if the whole system went down due to a cyber—attack. but it's notjust about transport networks. it's also large factories or power stations which have already fallen victim to these types of attacks. and dan simmons has been shown some research which suggests our infrastructure might be a lot more vulnerable than we previously thought. the ukrainian example was presumably done by a nationstate actor and there they were able to successfully, you know, turn off the lights in a neighbourhood. and that, to my mind, shows just how severe
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the consequences are. eitan goldstein has been helping secure the energy and utility sectors for almost ten years. you may want to disrupt oil and gas markets, right. the saudi example was the more recent of the two. and that was one where, presumably, a nationstate actor was specifically targeting safety systems in oil and gas refineries. and so there the assumption, the implication was that they were actually trying to cause physical harm and that one was really scary because they were directly going after the safety systems. so where does it all begin for the countries or criminals behind such attacks? today, eitan's offered to show me a tool called shodan. shodan specifically tells me what devices are open facing to the internet, all right. and so what that tells me is there's part of my attack service, my cyber exposure out there that probably shouldn't be there and particularly its industrial control systems. it helps me then prioritise where i'm exposed and what i need to do to start to reduce risk.
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we're searching for these. individual bits of kit that control the big industrial systems. they‘ re called programmable logic controllers. or prcs, and if you're running a water plant, power station, or factory, for example, you don't want to just anyone fiddling with them. we know that there's now 6,000 of these plcs connected to the internet. and this is a real time... this is real time. and they should never be connected to the open internet like that. so there's over 5000 mistakes being made at the moment? there's many more than that. this is just the tip of the iceberg. these are just the ones that we can find now. yeah. and, look, this is a list of the countries where they're located. yeah. and so the power of the tool is the ability to click down. so, look, there's nearly 1000 of these in germany. right. so let's pull that up here. and what this will start to do here is give us some more information on the specific devices, the companies, where exactly they are. and, as you can see here, just to give you a sense, you've got a wide range of, you know, leading german companies,
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smaller manufacturing firms. what we're finding here is that industrial control systems are vulnerable everywhere. it's a risk for everyone. it's part of your cyber exposure for everyone. now, many of the control systems and infrastructure are old and don't get a software update that often. which is one reason to keep them off—line. but increasingly we're connecting more devices to the workplace, so the opportunities for an attack go up. this week an independent report conducted by a specialist research agency suggests a far worse picture than previously thought. nine out of ten of the 700 security professionals working in critical infrastructure that took part in the survey commissioned by tenable said their workplace had suffered damage as a result of at least one successful cyber—attack in the last two years. but does it mean systems also went down? if you look at healthcare, oil and gas, utilities, transportation. roughly half of them in the last two years have experienced some sort of attack or a breach
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around their industrial control systems that has led to a shutdown. now, i think it's fair to say that you have to take this report with a pinch of reality, because the experts that responded did so possibly because they had something to say. so you might expect the figures to be a little bit higher than, perhaps, what is truly the case. but even allowing for an adjustment for that, this report paints a very different picture to the everything's ok scenario that the public might be persuaded to believe. under—reporting of cyber attacks against critical infrastructure is commonplace and it's notjust to protect reputations. it's in order to keep the confidence of us, the public, in the services provided to us, all around us, every day. the anonymity provided to the workers who responded to this, not the ceos or the bosses, might also have loosened some tongues. back at the board and we've narrowed our search to one particular programmable logic controller that's known to have security problems.
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what i've been able to do is find this device with a known vulnerability found by tenable. surely nobody would leave these connected to the internet? you've even got a gps. you can find it on the map. so what i'm able to do now, and again remotely, is click into that device and i can remotely change the password. it's notjust this one company. shodan delivers up dozens of potential targets for us, including a major telecoms provider in the uk, germany, and in this scan, romania. shodan and tenable help companies find where their vulnerabilities are. but are organisations doing enough to protect us and could this happen again? the absent electricity — some very core functioning goes down.
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you don't want to need medical care, should that happen, for example. and so the consequences can indeed be quite severe. as to the motivations of the attackers, i don't know, but certainly nothing good, right. it's a way to almost disable a modern functional society. what do you believe is the probability of an attack on that scale in the united kingdom? on that scale, quite low. i think it's important not to fear—monger like that, right. you know, the risk is real, the vulnerabilities are real, the cyber exposure is growing. there is that gap that you and i talked about earlier, but that doesn't mean the lights are going out in london next week. and i think we should be really sober about the risk. you don't need to exaggerate it in order to address it. and if they do go out, if this programme goes out after such an attack... and i was wrong? i trust you'll edit thoroughly. laughter.
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