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you're watching bbc newsroom live — these hello, this is bbc newsroom live are today's main stories: with annita mcveigh. the headlines: the government delays publication the government delays publication of theresa may's revised of theresa may's revised brexit withdrawal bill brexit withdrawal bill, which was due tomorrow. which was due tomorrow. downing street says downing street says the prime minister is listening the prime minister is listening to colleagues' concerns. to colleagues' concerns. an apology from the health minister you're watching bbc after an undercover investigation newsroom live — it's11am an apology from the health minister, and these are the main stories this after an undercover investigation by panorama finds vulnerable morning: by panorama finds vulnerable an apology from the health minister, patients being mocked, taunted, patients being mocked, taunted and intimidated by staff after an undercover investigation —— and intimidated by staff by panorama —— finds vulnerable patients being mocked, taunted, at a hospital in county durham. the actions revealed by this at a hospital in county durham. and intimidated by staff. programme are quite simply appalling, there is no other word the actions revealed by those to describe it, and i absolutely the actions revealed by this programme are quite simply condemn any abuse of this kind programme are quite simply appalling. there is no other word to appalling. there is no otherwise you completely and utterly. describe it, and i absolute condemn describe it, and i absolutely indian prime minister narendra modi condemn any abuse of this kind any abuse of this kind, completely secures another five—year term and utterly. com pletely condemn any abuse of this kind after winning a landslide completely and utterly. indian prime minister narendra modi downing street insists secures another five—year term, general election victory. the government will publish after winning a landslide judith kerr, author theresa may's revised brexit withdrawal bill tomorrow, general election victory. despite an angry backlash of the famous children's books and growing calls for her to judith kerr — author stand down. of the famous children's books "the tiger who came to tea" the tiger who came to tea voting is underway and "when hitler stole pink rabbit, and when hitler stole pink rabbit, for elections to the european parliament — "and creater of the "mog" series — and creater of the mog results will be announced on sunday. series has died, aged 95. has died, aged 95. using satellites to track down indian prime minister narendra modi's governing party has using satellites to track down supermarket trolleys or public loos
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taken a decisive lead, supermarket trolleys or public loos as votes are counted are the winning ideas in a space are the winning ideas in a space in the country's marathon competition, and there's general election. competition — and there's a special message for all the government delays the young participants. publication of theresa may's judith kerr — author a special message for all hello, i'm european space agency revised brexit plans of the famous children's the young participants. amid a growing backlash books "the tiger who came to tea" astronaut tim peake, and i'd like to hello, i'm european space agency in her own cabinet. and "when hitler stole pink rabbit", astronaut tim peake, and i'd like to and creater of the "mog" series — say huge congratulations say huge congratulations to everybody who take part in the to everybody who take part in the satellife competition, downing street says has died, aged 95. satelife competition, but particular to the winners. the prime minister is listening to the concerns of colleagues, and will be having using satellites to track down further discussions. supermarket trolleys or public loos but particular to the winners. we'll have the very are the winning ideas in a space latest from westminster. competition — and there's also this lunchtime... a special message for all john radford, previously known asjohn worboys, has appeared in westminster magistrates‘ court a minister condemns the young participants. by videolink, charged with four offences against women. as ‘appalling,’ the abuse good afternoon. welcome to bbc newsroom live. the former black cab driver of vulnerable patients, uncovered by the bbc hello, iam european is alleged to have used drugs at a hospital in county durham. hello, i am european space agency as with the intention of carrying supporters celebrate a crushing not him tea, and i would like to out sexual offences. publication of theresa may's revised victory for the hindu congratulate everyone who took part mr radford did not enter nationalist bjp party brexit withdrawal bill has a plea to the charges in india's general election. and was ordered to appear the inquests into the london bridge in the competition, but particularly been postponed until the first week ofjune. at the old bailey next month. attacks hears one survivor describe to the winners. how a bullet missed him it had been due joining us now is our home affairs to come out tomorrow. by centimetres, as armed officers downing street says opened fire on the suspect. the prime minister is listening —— tim peake. to colleagues' concerns and is focussed correspondent, danny shaw. on delivering brexit. and the authorjudith kerr, good morning. welcome to bbc newsroom live. let's speak to our assistant tell us more about what's been who delighted millions of children the government says it's "deeply happening? this was john political editor, norman smith. sorry" about the abuse suffered by patients at a specialist tell us more about what's been happening? this wasjohn radford's
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private hospital in county durham. in the space of a few hours, we have first court appearance via video an undercover investigation link. he was formerly known asjohn by the bbc‘s panorama programme gone from number ten insisting that worboys, but he gave his name in the withdrawal bill would be found vulnerable patients court asjohn worboys, but he gave his name in court as john derek worboys, but he gave his name in court asjohn derek radford taken being mocked, taunted published tomorrow too it not being his date of birth, nationality and and intimidated at whorlton hall. published tomorrow too it not being published tomorrow, what does this all say about theresa may's time address, which is now at wakefield prison in west yorkshire. details of 16 permanent staff have been suspended and a police left as prime minister?” investigation is under way. all say about theresa may's time left as prime minister? i think it suggests that the early morning two allegations againstjohn radford the hospital looks after confidence that she could push on we re two allegations againstjohn radford patients with learning were outlined in court by the disabilities or autism. through this could carry on is the firm which runs it, cygnet, prosecutor. these are allegations beginning to have a bit of a reality said all patients had now been under the offences against a person transferred to other units. check. add that there is a wobble acted. john radford is accused of we should warn you that this report, by our social affairs correspondent, now going on, because early doors administering stupefying or alison holt is distressing. overpowering drugs with intent to all the signs are that theresa may see that tiny, tiny car? wa nted commit rape or indecent assaults. it all the signs are that theresa may wanted to have the bill published is said he picked up a woman in his tomorrow and then to have the vote i can see it. in the house of commons first week black cab after leaving a wine bar guess whose it is? injune. in the house of commons first week 20—year—old alex is profoundly autistic. in june. both of those she has spent ten months and offered her champagne, saying he in the house of commons first week injune. both of those now in the house of commons first week in june. both of those now seem endowed. the vote may not happen in here at the private hospital wa nted whorlton hall in county durham, and offered her champagne, saying he wanted to help her celebrate a win which looks after about a dozen that first week in june, nhs—funded patients with learning endowed. the vote may not happen in that first week injune, and i think that first week injune, and i think on the horses. it's alleged that thatis that first week injune, and i think that is a reflection of the level of disabilities or autism. drink was laced with sedatives. on opposition, the fact that even she is one of the patients another occasion, it is alleged he panorama's undercover reporter saw supporters of theresa may, being bullied and taunted. supporters of theresa may, supporters of theresa may, supporters of the deal have been picked up a university student after urging herto supporters of the deal have been urging her to back off because she left a nightclub in central alex is scared of men and should otherwise it is going down, some london and it is also alleged that
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only be looked after by women. have said, to a defeat in three but when she gets upset, her champagne was spiked as well. he male care staff take over. figures. all of this occurring any is also accused of two offences they joke that they're last hour or so after an mp called under the sexual offences act. there was no indication as to how he's "pushing the man button." mark spencer who is technically going to lead to those offences. he andrea lets on's deputy, he had to is in prison and was remanded in it shocked alex's set out the business for the house custody until his next appearance by parents, tony and sarah. of commons over the next couple of video link at the old bailey next i feel so upset that alex has had month. the districtjudge addressed to put up with that. weeks and conspicuously did not say we don't know anything that the bill would be published about any of this. mr radford at the end of this short, because she won't tell us. they are meant to be tomorrow. 20—minute hearing, listening working to get alex better, to work out of that environment, when it comes to the withdrawal act and they are making it worse. intently by video link, the judge sir stephen bubb carried out a 2015 be entered to publish it in the week review into the care of people commencing the 3rd ofjune. we had with learning hoped to hold a second reading on said to —— mr radford said to the disabilities and autism. friday the 7th ofjune. at the judge, thank you very much, sir. minute we have not secured agreement it makes me quite angry that i am now told, well, to those in the usual channels. we you can't close institutions female students are posting because there aren't allegations of sexual abuse community facilities. will update the house when we return on social media because they don't at heart it's actually an excuse feel they are being listened and it will be trotted up from recess. jeremy hunt has been to by their universities — all the time while these that's according to the nus, institutions continue to exist, the organisation that and where people suffer represents students. it's a story being covered what i regard as the most disgusting into cpm access morning, he was in by the bbc‘s new podcast treatment. for about half an hour before the the next episode. earlier, one of its producers, nick rotherham, gave meeting, he said the subject of me some background to the story. conversation was remaining
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the company that recently took over confidential, afterwards he went out whorlton hall says it is cooperating with the police investigation bya and all patients have now confidential, afterwards he went out by a back door. but it does point to been moved elsewhere. this is something we've been what appears to be a potential following for a few weeks now. what cabinet revolt. this of course started off with just a few women a short while ago, responding from certain universities posting to an urgent question followed mcafee's decision last in the house of commons, about sexual abuse allegations, the health minister caroline night, although mr hyde attended an dinenage apologised on behalf outing their abusers online, spiralled. the original post was event earlier, a cybersecurity shared more than 15,000 times and of the the government. event, suggesting he thought theresa may would be prime minister by the women in universities across the country shared their stories of time that donald trump arrived in sexual abuse on campus. we spoke to the actions revealed by those britain in the first week injune. them and they feel let down by the programme are appalling, there is no places where they're studying, they other word to describe it, and i theresa may will be prime minister do not feel they are supported. we absolutely condemn any abuse of this to welcome him and rightly so, and spoke to the nus' women's officer kind completely and utterly. i want to begin by saying that i can only we are absolutely add one with the and she agreed, she said universities are not listening to united states or the threat of imagine the impact of these women who come forward with sexual experiences on the people themselves cyber. i would not get too excited abuse allegations, and that's why and the lasting damage and trauma it about that, because theresa may they are turning to answering their will have cause to them and their could indeed remain prime minister, abusers online. what are lives. it also how incredibly universities saying in response? distressing and must be for their but not necessarily party leader, because if she stands down or is our families watching what has been it's hard to talk specifics because stage with no longer be party leader happening to their loved one. unable so it's hard to talk specifics because so many of these cases are active but she would probably stay as prime to step in do anything to help them. and being investigated by the police. we did go to the department utterly, utterly tragic. on behalf minister while that leadership contest was under way. it is quite
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of the health and care system, i am for education who said they'd task possible theresa may could welcome two organisations, universities uk deeply sorry that this has happened. donald trump having announced her our health correspondent intention to resign or having been and another. the office for students removed in a no—confidence vote. there is now a police investigation meanwhile, on the slighty better say they have invested heavily to under way. obviously the care tackle this. individual universities quality commission is the body that front for theresa may, michael gove, pivotalfigure in the we re tackle this. individual universities were spoken to, it depends where you front for theresa may, michael gove, pivotal figure in the cabinet, front for theresa may, michael gove, goes into places like this, homes pivotalfigure in the cabinet, this morning said he will not be 90, were spoken to, it depends where you go, some offer counselling sessions, like this and assesses whether they but the waiting list can be lost resigning. will you be following are meeting the required standards. back —— long. others have set up two years ago it said the facility mcafee? no. -- will you be following was good at it has been back to that internal inquiries, but these women facility since then, so why did not we have spoken to do not feel like spot the problems? that is one of enough is being done. what is the the big question is that is being andrea leadsom? like many people are thinking on this idea of outing asked. why the authorities did not wondering whether theresa may be alleged abusers online? there are pushed whether she will be issues around this. it's tricky. it took a bbc panorama programme to expose theirs. the care quality announcing that she is resigning.” firstly, we don't know if these commission commission had been in suspect more likely, if it comes to allegations are true. there have three times in the 12 months prior that, theresa may would want to go been, in the past, cases of to panorama, and they did not spot on her own terms, because the malicious or false allegations, but the serious problems that were we did speak to the former chief alternative is pretty brutal. pretty happening. the local council add a public. i would think she and local nhs body had also been any ad prosecutor for the cps in the north probably her a's would want to avoid west, and he said false rape they had not raised the alarm. in allegations make up a very small that, but that is a possibility, terms of regulation, it raises the percentage of all rape allegations.
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question of whether it is strong because we know that the 1922 executive committee last night voted he warned that you could give enough to spot problems in these to hold a secret ballot on whether alleged abusers and early heads up to hold a secret ballot on whether if you post on social media, that quite closed environments, these are to change the party rules to allow they could potentially get rid of small institutions, whorlton hall is evidence. his message, the police an early vote of no—confidence in ai7 small institutions, whorlton hall is a 17 bed unit, and patients are spending a long time there without a theresa may, and the fact they held message, the university message, is that vote has been by some members to go through official channels. it's just that the women we spoke to lot of external supervision. there to suggest there is a clear majority isa don't see that as an option. lot of external supervision. there is a question for the regulators. for changing the rules. either that and you can find the podcast over the years, there have been matters is because the chairman, on the bbc sounds app or by going to bbc.co.uk/sounds. reviews and reports into problems in graham brady, is to see theresa may this sector, not with this secondary school pupils particular facility but in others, in middlesbrough are more likely so why has changed apparently been tomorrow in london at which it is to face periods of exclusion than anywhere else in england, understood he will say to her, with rates four times the national average. slow to come? it has, add a lot of either, you drop the bill or i will it can often have an impact people are saying that today, eight on a child's mental health trigger a no—confidence motion with increasing numbers of children yea rs people are saying that today, eight before you can bring that bill to in the town in need mental years ago the winterbourne new and emotional support. scandal broke, a simla situation to as part of the bbc‘s the commons. faced with that we are middlesbrough week, that, exposed again by panorama. frankie mccamley went to meet people after that there was a number of nhs scenario, possibly, we don't know, but theresa may might think better in the community who are turning to go voluntarily when she can set things around, offering alternative and government inquiries, they promised they would close a lot of learning and support to help young the date of her departure, her own mums and teenagers in the area. these hospitals because they are the last resort, and with more care in terms, rather than being dragged out johnny helps out at youth centres the community you can stop people kicking and screaming. across middlesbrough, offering guidance and support through games.
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ending up in these facilities. the voting is underway for elections he was bullied in school, numbers of hospital beds open has to the european parliament. 73 members, known as meps, will be elected in england, scotland, which led to depression. reduced. but not as fast i think of wales and northern ireland. around when i became 16, after prom, mid wanted. another recommendation leader of the brexit party, nigel farage, has cast his vote. that's when it all kind was a reduction in the use of ofjust hit me at once. restraint which we saw last night's as has the lib dem leader sir vince cable, i'd got my hands on alcohol labour leaderjeremy corbyn panorama. the number of cases of and the first minister of scotland, nicola sturgeon. when i shouldn't have. restraint being used each year is going up, doubled in the last two i attempted to drink results will be announced on sunday myself to death. yea rs. progress once voting has finished going up, doubled in the last two years. progress has been slow. there in all eu countries. and why were you in such a bad place? isa years. progress has been slow. there is a lot of questions being asked partly the bullying, and partly, ithink, i just let myself about where there's sector for very the government says it's "deeply get into that state. father bill people go now. we know sorry" about the abuse "i just give up. suffered by patients at a specialist "i just want to be done with this now." private hospital in county durham. studying for a degree, an undercover investigation he now wants to help increasing that residence at the facility have numbers of people struggling by the bbc‘s panorama programme in the town. been moved to other care homes what found vulnerable patients so, if you just keep else do we know to the places they going with it, you'll get there. lewis was excluded from school. being mocked, taunted have been moved to? were they be i've been communicating and intimidated at whorlton hall. to different people. able to stay in these new feeling better, training to be accommodations? this kind of 16 permanent staff have been suspended and a police a mechanic, and hopefully investigation is underway. disruption could potentially be very an apprenticeship. unsettling. yes, indeed. he hospital the hospital looks after get me somewhere in life. patients with learning disabilities or autism. increasingly, it's some of the most vulnerable children, is now closed, all the residents the firm which runs it, cygnet, have been moved to as local a said all patients had now been living in deprived areas in england, transferred to other units. who are most at risk of exclusion.
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service as possible. we do not know we should warn you that this report, but here in middlesbrough, how long they will stay there, the by our social affairs correspondent you don't have to go far to see alison holt, is distressing. the other side of the story. idea of this specialist hospital is there are more young people that patients only stay a short see that tiny, tiny car? going to university, period of time before returning i can see it. and the number of those not guess whose it is? home, closer to where they live. the who? in education or employment is lower 20—year—old alex is than the national average. profoundly autistic. part of the reason for that is she has spent ten months private firm that runs the home says here at whorlton hall the people in this community. hospital in county durham, hundreds of women come to lisa's it is cooperating with the police a private hospital looking enquiry and is also pointing out after about a dozen nhs—funded patients with learning training salon every week. that it only took over the running disabilities or autism. of the hospital at the turn of the she is one of the patients i found it a bit easier to do that. year. thank you very much. panorama's undercover reporter saw being bullied and taunted. these colours always number ten has insisted suit an olivey skin. that the government will publish alex is scared of men and should 20—year—old aisha was excluded theresa may's revised brexit withdrawal bill tomorrow, from one school and moved despite an angry backlash only be looked after by women. to another, which can have an impact against the plans from many conservative mps. but when she gets upset, on a child's mental health. but a spokesman said male care staff take over. anxieties went through the roof, the prime minister was they joke that they're and i wasn't around my friends. "pushing the man button." ijust felt i was all by myself in a tiny hole, like, a government web has been saying i couldn't get out of. that there is further news on that it shocked alex's parents, tony and sarah. i just feel so upset that alex has withdrawal bill. let's get to our many of the women here have also had to put up with that. assistant political editor mike struggled with confidence. we don't know anything ijust believe in them, norman smith. what more can utilise? about any of this. because she wouldn't tell us. give them hope and help them it looks like we might be seeing the they are meant to be with their aspirations working to get alex better,
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to move out of that environment, to become a reality. first wobble in teen may. first if someone's got an education, and they are making it worse. they've got options. thing this morning, the message from sir stephen bubb carried out a 2015 with options, you have number ten was that the government opportunities. review into the care and one of those people would publish theresa may's bill of people with learning who's used opportunities disabilities and autism. is lisa's former student, it makes me quite angry alisha, who ended up tomorrow. —— team may. mark spencer. when i am now told, well, in hospital with depression. you can't close institutions because there aren't community facilities. she's now opened her new shop. i didn't even want to talk at heart, it's actually simply any party minutes, he has got to his an excuse and it will be trotted out to my parents, and wanted feet to at least the business for all the time while these to stay in my room. the house of commons and has not institutions continue now i'm always down talking to them, to exist, and where people telling them my ideas. from selling to friends mentioned it the publication of the suffer what i regard to selling around the world bill tomorrow and instead said he as the most disgusting treatment. alisha's main idea, would update the house on its the sky is the limit. publication when the house returns the company that recently took over whorlton hall says it is cooperating from its short recess. the first in the us, several people have been with the police investigation week ofjune. it looks like the and all patients have now killed by a powerful tornado been moved elsewhere. in the state of missouri. government is not now ploughing it struck the state capital ahead with route one and publishing jefferson city close the bill tomorrow, it looks like alison holt, bbc news. to midnight on wednesday. the strong winds ripped off roofs there is a breathing space, a a short while ago, responding and left thousands without power. to an urgent question rethink, at least at the first week in the house of commons, and in oklahoma, heavy rainfall the health minister caroline flooded towns, with state injune rethink, at least at the first week in june before rethink, at least at the first week injune before they decide whether to go ahead with the bill in the dinenage apologised on behalf officials telling some people of the the government. face of what has been widespread the actions revealed by this to leave their homes. programme are appalling, there is no opposition, demands for theresa may other word to describe it, to drop the bill. also we now know and i absolutely condemn it's not just
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it's notjust the tulsa area, but any abuse of this kind, thatjeremy hunt has gone into see even downriver, all the communities completely and utterly. the prime minister in the past few i want to begin by need to stay tuned, take this very, minutes. this after theresa may saying that i can only very seriously as they listen to turned down his request and others what the emergency management folks imagine the impact of these to see her yesterday. what will mr are saying as far as the flooding is experiences on the people themselves and the lasting damage and trauma it concerned. botswana has lifted a five—year ban will have caused to them and on elephant hunting. hunter be discussing? at another the country is home to around their lives. 130,000 elephants, a third of event this morning he said that and also how incredibly distressing it must be for their those left in africa. would remain confidential. but he families watching what has been the government said that it happening to their loved one, unable to step in and do anything will restore income to rural did say that he thought theresa may communities whose earnings to help them. would still be prime minister by the utterly, utterly tragic. previously came from hunting. time donald trump arrived during on behalf of the health research suggests an increase that first week ofjune. and care system, i am in chemicals which can destory deeply sorry that this has happened. the ozone layer is due to industrial activity in china. time donald trump arrived during that first week ofjune. theresa may will be prime estate to welcome him use of cfc—11 was supposed to have ad rightly so, and we are absolutely been phased out by 2010, at one with the united states or the but scientists say it's still being used to create insulation foam in factories threat of cyber. that is not in eastern china. actually as significant a statement as it might sound, because i the uk has rejected a united nations resolution demanding it gives back control although theresa may may stubby of the chagos islands prime minister, that does not mean in response, norman lamb, she will be party leader, and in the the minister who asked that urgent in the indian ocean to mauritius. question swaid serious sequence she will be party leader, and in the sequence of events that would unfold questions needed to be asked. if she was forced to quit, she would the non—binding vote the provider must also face was supported by 116 nations, with the uk being just one of six resign as party leader to enable a questions. but then i'll be an
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investigation by the health and countries opposing it. leadership contest to take place but safety executive into possible mauritius says it was forced to give would remain as prime minister while criminal prosecution against them? up the indian ocean group — back on was taking place add a new the truth is that seven years on now a british overseas territory — prime estate chosen. so that does in 1965, in exchange from winterbourne view, the system continues to sanction a model of for independence. not tell us that much. smack prime when you think about satellites ca re continues to sanction a model of care that is outdated and wrong. if in space, you probably imagine people are contained in institutions minister. better news came with the them collecting data a long way away from home, orfor from across the universe. but what about helping us find words from michael gove as he left things well happen behind closed abandoned supermarket trolleys or locating public loos? home and was pressed with questions doors. —— awful things. those are the winning ideas about andrea leadsom. will you be our health correspondent in a uk space agency nick trigglejoins me now. competition for teenagers, looking for inspiration the care quality commission, it said on how satellites can following in the steps of andrea improve life on earth. leadsom? no. cabinet ministers are tim muffett went to meet it was good in 20171 had been back one of the winners. several times since then but hadn't p°ppin9 leadsom? no. cabinet ministers are p°pping up, leadsom? no. cabinet ministers are picked up on the horrific problems satellites have changed popping up, early one thing that reporters want to talk to them the way we live our lives, but could they also prevent here big questions for the seat you about. looking at this breaking sights like this, or this. news, that the government web mark see. absolutely, regulators are of lowena hopes so. spencer is saying parliament will be there to spot these problems, and it was seeing trolleys updated on the introduction of the like this in car parks, withdrawal bill after recess, it there to spot these problems, and the care quality commission had been on the sides of roads, does not look like it will be in waterways, and that's in the specialist hospital three when my idea of trolley tracker, introduced for tomorrow as number times in the last 12 months and had ten had suggested. what does this which uses gps to track abandoned mean for what happens to theresa may not spotted the problems or raised trolleys, first came into being. there is a gps, a global positioning tomorrow? we know she is talking to concerns. they say they are very
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system, if its gps coordinates go graham brady, the chairman of the sorry for that, they point out that backbench committee.” out of certain bounds, it sends a signal to the supermarket graham brady, the chairman of the backbench committee. i think it points to the fact that maybe the regulating these kind of hospitals, saying where the trolley is, so that helps the supermarket keep small hospitals, is difficult. track of where these trolleys early morning view at number ten what's more, the council had been in are and it eventually leads that they could just carry on and several times and also the local nhs to the supermarkets being able push their way through this no to recollect the trolleys. so, the actual device is planning body, the local clinical longer holds true. that may be they commissioning group had been in, so are beginning to reassess whether to go in the handle, the prime minister can really get there are some questions that are being asked today by ministers and through this. in that context, people working in the sector. when instead of replacing the entire trolley, which makes the actual solution cheaper and it means that tomorrow's meeting with graham supermarkets are more incentivised brady, the head of the 1922 something likes this happens, you to take this idea on board. committee, it's probably going to be have to ask, reviews, reports, it's stilljust an idea, fairly pivotal, because it is being investigations that have gone on in but it has landed lowena made pretty clear that if theresa previous years, what has been the individualfirst prize in the uk learned from those if something like space agency satellife competition. may does not pull her bill and see you can see the routes that people take to abandon them, tomorrow, ok, i knowi this still happens? what is may does not pull her bill and see tomorrow, ok, i know i cannot get concerning people is that this has where they're commonly abandoned, this through, i will drop it, then at what time of day, what day of the week. graham brady is likely to pave the chilling echoes of what happened eight years ago when the bbc‘s that allows supermarkets to better route—plan, way for a vote of no confidence in so they are able to put in better preventative methods. panorama expose problems in a theresa may after members of the it's thought hundreds of thousands of trolleys specialist hospital near bristol. are abandoned every year — that lead or do a series of executive, who had thought to vote costly not just to supermarkets last night to change the rules. but the environment as well. government and they promised new they can cause flooding morrow looks like a decisive moment and damage wildlife. number hospitals would be closed.
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where theresa may either says, i i'm going to present my idea after a ll number hospitals would be closed. after all people with learning to a panel of people who hopefully know i cannot push through, i am not disabilities and autism should be cared for in the community rather will give me some support going to, orgraham than in these hospital settings, they would reduce the use of for my idea, and i hope to work know i cannot push through, i am not going to, or graham brady warns her with supermarkets and local that that means they will seek to restraint. in terms of patient governments to solve this issue. instigate a no—confidence vote the uk may have a proud tradition numbers, it is coming down but not before she can bring that bill back. of pop and rock music, but it's done rather poorly what the government promise. the 24 before she can bring that bill back. 2a hours pretty pivotal in terms of question of restraint is increasing. the number of cases has more than what say graham brady dies, pivotal in recent editions of doubled in the past two years. and terms of what other cabinet ministers do. the eurovision song contest. and that's just gotten a little bit worse, the search has begun because not only did the british voting has begun in elections for a buyer for british steel, entry come last in the contest to the european parliament. which was placed into held last saturday, 73 members, known as meps, will be compulsory liquidation yesterday. but it's now had its score elected in england, scotland, it follows a breakdown in rescue talks lowered by five points. wales and northern ireland. between the government a revision of scores and the company's owner, greybull. means michael rice's song so far we've seen labour leader the collapse has put five bigger than us only picked up jeremy corbyn and the snp‘s thousand jobs at risk, 11 points from saturday's final. nicola sturgeon cast their vote. with another 20 thousand people the contest said an incorrect in the company's supply results will be announced on sunday calculation had been used to create once voting has finished chain facing uncertainty. a substitute set of points the number of people dying in all eu countries. after the belarussian jury from strokes in england has more was dismissed. than halved in a decade. the contest top four is unchanged, that's according to researchers duncan laurence from the netherlands the search has begun at the university of oxford, for a buyer for british steel, who say more patients are surviving which was placed into because of new treatments stays the winner with his song, compulsory liquidation yesterday. it follows a breakdown and better care by nhs staff. arcade. in rescue talks throughout this week, the figures show those dying between the government from strokes dropped by 55% we'll be hearing from some between 2001 and 2010. of the world's top female athletes
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and the company's owner, greybull. about the challenges but the number of younger people they face while competing. the collapse has put 5,000 jobs at risk, it's all part of bbc sport's with another 20,000 people aged between 35 and 54 series change the game, in the company's supply chain facing uncertainty. which celebrates women who suffer a stroke and their achievements in sport. the children's author rose by 2% every year. our sports correspondent sally and illustrator judith kerr, nugent met instagram best known for the tiger who came the children's author fitness coach shona vertue. and illustrator, judith kerr, hold it up for me. to tea, has died at the age of 95. good, and release. best known for the tiger who came she started writing when her own to tea, has died at the age of 95. perfect! children were learning to read, she started writing when her own is part of the idea that we do have and also produced the mog series children were learning of books, following the adventures to read. to aspire to something, of a forgetful cat. her publisher said she died at home that that does appeal to women her publisher said she died at home yesterday after a short illness. when trying to be healthy and fit? yesterday after a short illness. daniela relph looks daniela relph looks it's actually nice to look back on her life. at something and think, actually, i want to look like that. back on her life. judith kerr was in her 40s when she i think the bottom line is that wrote the tiger who came to tea. there's no problem with aesthetics he who came to tea. a former art teacher and script writer turned full—time mother or aspiring to something we like the look of. of two small children. i just think if it's the sole fuel a former art teacher it got really very boring. and script writer for your motivation, turned full—time mother you'd go for a walk and have of two small children. it got really very boring. tea and that was it. you're going to kind of be you go for a walk and have we wished somebody would come. at the mercy of your tea at that was it. self—esteem, to a degree. you know? we wished somebody would come. so i thought, well, why you will be at the mercy of things so i thought, well, why going on in your life. not have a tiger come? social media comes in for not have a tiger come? criticism sometimes, so that is where the story because sometimes you look at an image and think, that looks so perfect,
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came from, really. so that is where the story came from, really. is it really real? she drew the pictures to a story she have you ever been tempted to edit she drew the pictures to a story she had previously told her daughter. the tiger was friendly, not fierce. any images of yourself or change had previously told her daughter. his appearance mildly surprising, the way that you look? not downright surreal. the tiger was friendly, not fierce. no, no, no. the book was a runaway success. absolutely not. because people do. his appearance mildly surprising, judith kerr had been drawing i know. i think we need to focus not downright surreal. the book was a runaway success. since childhood in prewar berlin. less on aesthetics. judith kerr had been drawing such childhood in her father was a prominent we need to focus on functionality prewar berlin. theatre critic and a critic of the nazis. and what we can be capable of. the family was forced to flee that's what i love about sport. when hitler came to power. the pressure those men and women her father was a prominent she later wrote of her experiences theatre critic and a critic of the nazis. feel to edit their bodies the family was forced to flee in when hitler stole pink rabbit. when hitler came to power. in a certain way to fit a beauty she later wrote of her experiences, a translation of the book became standard that is ever shrinking in when hitler stole pink rabbit. a set text in german schools. and ever leaning out, a translation of the book became a set in london, she went to art you know, that is why we need text in german schools. in london, she went to art school and worked as to change the dialogue. school and worked as a designer before marrying a designer for marrying and starting a family. when i'm in an outfit and starting a family. when her son protested that's more revealing, that the books he was learning to when her son protested be itjust a crop top and some read from were too boring, shorts, there's certainly more she embarked on the mog series about that the books he was learning to engagement with the post. a family cat using, she said, more people click, more people like, read from were too as few words as possible more people comment. theyjust engage so much more boring, she embarked boring, as well as possible. with nudity, unfortunately. she embarked on the mog series about mog is dead. i would like people to want sorry to be brutal about it to understand more about the inner
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a family cat using, she said, as few to those of you who were workings of the body and the science words as possible as as possible. brought up on the stories, but there of exercise, rather than just mog is dead. is no getting away from the fact sorry to be brutal about it that after 30 years of mog books, wanting to see a half—naked to those of you who were judith kerr, her creator, has girl do some squats. brought up on the stories, but there killed her off. david beckham wrote the foreword killing the central character to your book and was hugely is no getting away from the fact was almost unprecedented in a complementary in that foreword. children's book. that after 30 years of mog bootk, how much support was that for you? judith kerr, her creator, has killed but then the energetic judith kerr was an unusual her. children's writer who had confronted one of the best things about david killing the central character the possibility of death when was almost unprecedented in a herself a child. writing the quote for that book children's book. but then the energetic judith kerr was an unusual was that he helped to break down children's writer who had confronted she always said she wrote the stigma of men doing yoga. the possibility of death when for those many children in herself a child. because as much as we have a stigma she always said she wrote nazi—dominated europe who, unlike her, did not survive to live around women lifting weights for those many children in and being fearful of that, nazi—dominated europe who, full and happy lives. unlike her, did not survive to live there is still a stigma of men doing full and happy lives. yoga, or doing any sort of practice, even meditation, things where they have the authorjudith kerr, to reflect inwardly. who's died at the age of 95. the headlines on bbc news: the authorjudith kerr, the headlines on bbc news: who's died at the age of 95. the government delays publication the headlines on bbc news: of theresa may's revised the government delays publication brexit withdrawal bill, of theresa may's revised brexit withdrawal bill which was due tomorrow. which was due tomorrow. downing street says the prime minister is listening downing street says to colleagues' concerns. the prime minister is listening to colleagues' concerns. an apology from the health minister an apology from the health minister, after an undercover investigation by panorama finds vulnerable the revised brexit withdrawal bill after an undercover investigation is now not expected by panorama finds vulnerable patients being mocked, taunted
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to be published tomorrow patients being mocked, taunted and intimidated by staff and intimidated by staff at a hospital in county durham. at a hospital in county durham. indian prime minister narendra modi the government says it's "deeply indian prime minister narendra modi secures another five—year term sorry" about the abuse secures another five—year term, suffered by patients at a specialist after winning a landslide after winning a landslide hospital in county durham. general election victory. voting gets underway for elections to the european parliament — results will be announced on sunday. general election victory. in sport, a subdued first practice is under way in monaco. the race the vietnam war was a tumultuous weekend will be overshadowed by time within vietnam, of course, tributes to three time world champion niki lado who passed away but also a time of great this week. championship leader lewis division in the us as well. hamilton has set the fastest time so these crosscurrents affected far. plans to expand the world cup american art, among much else. and for the first time, a ground—breaking exhibit explores from 32 to 48 teams have been how artists responded abandoned by fifa. the change would here's the sport now. to those turbulent years. good afternoon. have required qatar to host —— share lewis hamilton was fastest in first jane o'brien went to see it in washington. practice at the monaco grand prix, just edging out red hosting duties. in just bull's max verstappen. have required qatar to host —— share hosting duties. injust over an hour, ina the race weekend is expected to be hosting duties. injust over an hour, in a die due to name their dominated by tributes to the squad for the netball world cup. it formula 1 legend niki lauda, is 50 days until the tournament who passed away this week. begins in liverpool. i will be back the nose of hamilton's mercedes carries the message "danke, niki." to many americans, vietnam still lauda was instrumental in bringing means one thing — with more on those stories after hamilton to mercedes in 2013. hamilton beat verstappen guerreiro. and to fully appreciate by a mere 0.06 seconds, with hamilton's team—mate valtteri botas third fastest. the second practice session takes its emotional and psychological 1130. impact in america, you probably had place this afternoon. to be there. well, the artists in
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the boss of one of the uk's biggest as part of our change the game week, katelyn ohashi, online betting companies has the gymnast who went viral this exhibition were. it's showing told bbc news the industry hasn't injanuary this year with a video done enough to look of her perfect 10 routine after problem gamblers. at a college gymnastics competition, are grappling in real time with the events that were still unfolding, over 400,000 people has told the bbc about her in great britain are deemed struggles with body image. and really showing a change in art to have a gambling problem, ohashi beat the now—olympic champion simone biles as a junior and richard flint the boss and was tipped for stardom before of sky bet, says the industry should practice towards the more socially now consider paying for the creation injury curtailed her career. and politically engaged. and what we of gambling treatment centres. gambling charities have described we are gymnasts and we have to care mr flint‘s comments as insulting. see is a huge explosion of different david rhodes reports. about our body weight and have to be seen with minimal clothing. artistic approaches. this was the first us conflict to be televised, introducing the sky bet i was told that i didn't and artists reflected that super boost window... sky bet is one of the biggest look like a gymnast, immediacy. up much of the work here players in the uk gambling is visceral, uncensored — i was told i'd looked and betting industry, like i swallowed an elephant, a company that last year was valued at over £3 billion. i looked like a pig, fa cts is visceral, uncensored — facts and information became the my face was three times the size material for arts, blurring the it has built its success it was this morning. lines between real life and artistic on the growth of the mobile technology industry. as a 14—year—old, expression. this artist served in we are a tech business and one that's impressionable. of the uk's leading tech businesses. you start believing those things. the marines. back in the united but the industry has been coming states, he turned his experience under greater scrutiny and, it's a year of world cups, into a performance at a time and as the boss of sky bet prepares to leave his role injune, women's football and men's cricket performance art was in its infancy. he had a frank admission. coming up, and today it's england netball‘s turn i think if you look in the past, to reveal their squad for him, this meant going into for the world cup. the industry has encouraged people we already know that public spaces. he wore this? yes, it
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former captain ama agbeze to spend beyond their means. won't be in it after the industry has not done enough struggling with injury. to look after problem gamblers. tracey neville will name her final 12 in a few minutes time, he was covered in mud, many veterans we need to do more, to self regulate, and if we don't do more, and will reveal the new skipper too. the touranment will take place remember the red mud of vietnam. in there will be more regulation. response to the challenges of injuly in liverpool. bringing together wartime experiences in civilian life. today, jack took his own life, the other boys took their own lives, that's all the sport for now. because they felt they would never you can find more on all those art about activism is nothing new, be free from gambling. charles and liz ritchie but in the 1960s, it was shocking. stories on the bbc sport website. lost their son, jack, in 2017, authority was being challenged after he ended his own life battling across society and artists were no a hidden gambling addiction. difference, pushing the boundaries their charity stages a walk next the inquests in to the london bridge and asking questions about the war, terror attacks two month to football clubs years ago has heard one man describe its moral footing and across the north of england in a bid and asking questions about the war, its moralfooting and human and asking questions about the war, how a police bullet missed him to get the clubs to end by centimetres, as armed officers their association with its moral footing and human costs. opened fire on the suspects carrying the gambling industry. out the attack. i think that what richard flint the painter of this work, he said simon edwards was leaving a pub says just feels a total understatement of the problem. actually, what we have got when he saw the three attackers paintings don't change wars, they show feelings about war. and i is that there are hundreds of thousands of people across the country who have got carrying what appeared a serious mental health problem. at first to be ‘red sticks‘. think, more than perhapsjust let's get more now from our correspondent protesting the war, what we see here i feel insulted. richard lister who's at the old bailey now...(os) it insults the memory ofjack, are what artists were fuming about the war. and it reflects the and it insults the memory of all richard lister who's the boys from gambling with lives at the old bailey now. feelings of many americans at that and i know the other mums are going to feel the same as me. mr edwards had two lucky escapes. he time. from 1965 to the evacuation of
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betting should never get in the way came out of the pub, saw the three of your enjoyment of sport... attackers marching towards him with the gambling industry gives around what he took to be a red stakes, £10 million in funding a year saigon in 1975, nobody really knew to gambling addiction charities, they were clearly bloodstained but the boss of sky bet says knives, and he said he stood there how the war would end. this the industry should now consider watching them while people were exhibition captures that uncertainty screaming at him, behind him, to get and marks the turning point when funding gambling treatment centres. backin screaming at him, behind him, to get back in the pub. he was just finding america and its artists would never i have been to the gordon moody be the same again. centre, which is a residential their and eventually his wife centre for problem gamblers. dragged him back in, member of staff researchers in israel have unveiled you can see the devastation that what they've described as a breakthrough beer. gambling addiction has caused ran up and locked the door, and then for those people and their families. it was made from ancient yeast that i think we need a better we understand that was someone else had survived in pottery network of those sorts of centres around the country. who came up and started kicking the excavated from the holy land. leeds is opening one up this summer, pub door, trying to get in, and mr nimesh thaker has more. which is a great step forward. the growth of the mobile betting edwards said he seemed calm but was and gaming market looks set to continue in the coming years just determined to get in through it's said good things and so will the debate the door. he said a friend put his come to those who wait, so how about 5,000 years? about how we protect foot on the base of the door to stop and treat problem gamblers. that's how long it took david rhodes, bbc news, leeds. it breaking at its lowest point. the to make this brew. this is the first time attacker used his knife had to start when we actually used ancient voters in india will finally find smashing the panes of glass in the materials to create ancient beer. out today who has won the general election after a long door to try and get entry. he said and bitter campaign. archaeologists extracted six strains prime minister narendra modi's at that stage the attackers had the of yeast from 21 shards of beer governing party has taken a decisive and wine vessels discovered lead as counting continues. attention attracted by a pedestrian during excavations in the holy land. it has been the largest democratic and started attacking him before the and with the help of a craft brewer, exercise in history, they then created a drink lasting for six weeks. attacker came back, this time mr similar to wheat beer, with an alcohol content of 6%, 900 million people
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edwards said the pub interior seemed as well as a 14% mead. were eligible to vote — to feel with blue light as the that's nearly four times as many police armed response vehicle the researchers believe appeared little way down the street. the pharaohs of ancient egypt — voters as the united states. and even the wider population — voting took place he said there was suddenly a volley would have enjoyed similar—tasting at one million polling stations across the country. of shots and at that point he drinks, when fermented products there were seven phases dropped to his knees, at the court were seen as a basic commodity, of polling over 39 far less risky than water, days, and after the marathon was shown a still from cctv imagery which was often contaminated. general election, india will today in the pub which showed that moment at which a bullet came through the this is thought to be the first time find out the results. alcohol has been created counting began at 8am local time. glass, just centimetres from mr from ancient yeast found in pottery edwards, and actually hit another from the past. voters had a myriad of parties man and a pub, neil mcclellan, in to choose from, but two dominate but the question on everyone's mind, the head, he was seriously injured what does it taste like? the political landscape. here's karin giannone in delhi. it's good, very good. but he survived. that was a second yeah, it tasted great. escape for mr edwards. he and his five years ago, narendra modi well, i drink a lot and his bharatiya janata party, friends try to treat mr mcclelland, or bjp, swept to power i'd missed it was not about opening of beer, so i canjudge. in a landslide victory. the door, shouting to police that the scientists say their work helps the bjp is a hindu nationalist party they needed medical attention, there us better understand the flavours we re they needed medical attention, there were more short, he closed the door, of the ancient world. of enormous popular appeal. opened it again, he was shouting at the added bonus is that they get to toast their discovery many, though, accuse it the police say they desperately with a well—earned beer. of deliberately stoking religious tension and even undermining india's needed medical attention in the pub, secular and democratic traditions. ijust read on for some time. there narendra modi, who is 68, tomorrow is the 200th anniversary styles himself as the nation's we re ijust read on for some time. there were three barrages of shots over of the birth of queen victoria. that minute, minutes after the to honour the occasion, security guard, with air strikes kensington palace, her childhood initial volley. he was frustrated on pakistan earlier this year home, will be hosting two that no paramedics were coming in. after an attack on indian it was that some personal risk that exhibitions dedicated to her life.
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soldiers in kashmir. he was drawing attention to the pub victoria holland went to have a look. tensions with its neighbour have put i get police paramedics in. he said security at the heart it was only later that he realised this is actually queen of this election campaign. he had ashley been slightly injured victoria's actual hair. the hair at the bottom by the shrapnel from that state this year, the bjp is the incumbent police bullet. —— he had actually is her baby hair, and the later bits from haircuts in her childhood. with a record to defend. they were collected by her governess will they be able to repeat the resounding been. and kept in a scrapbook. success they had in 2014? the boss of one of the uk's biggest when she was born, she was fifth online betting companies has in line to the throne, told bbc news the industry hasn't done enough to look and then, just a month after her congress, india's grand old party, after problem gamblers. which steered the country 18th birthday, she became queen. to independence more than 70 years over 400,000 people in great britain are deemed to have a gambling problem, this is what she wore for her coronation, pretty impressive. ago from british rule. and richard flint, the boss this is her coronation dalmatic, of sky bet, says the industry should and it's woven with real gold. it is a party intrinsically linked now consider paying for the creation of gambling treatment centres. the red saloon was where she first to the gandhi family. became queen, this is where she held congress is a secular party gambling charities have described which has dominated indian mr flint‘s comments as insulting. her first council meeting. politics since independence. david rhodes reports. these figurines give an idea of what she would have faced. it has led the government i'm joined by the chief curator introducing the sky bet here for 49 of those years, super boost window... here, what would that but its performance in 2014 sky bet is one of the biggest scene have been like? was its worst ever, trounced players in the uk gambling by narendra modi's bjp. and betting industry, such a joyful moment in her life, a company that last year was valued at over £3 billion. because she had a quite dark now, 48—year—old rahul, it has built its success and lonely childhood. on the growth of the mobile son of rajiv, grandson of indira technology industry. as soon as she was 18 years old, and great grandson of india's first she came to the throne and came we are a tech business and one prime minister, nehru, in on the first day, of the uk's leading tech businesses. through that doorjust there, is once again congress's and into her first council meeting. but the industry has been coming
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candidate for prime minister. under greater scrutiny and, she was only 18, tiny little girl, but in a country with young voters as the boss of sky bet prepares who are less nostalgic to leave his role injune, really unimpressive, about the past, the prestigious he had a frank admission. gandhi name any match for the might but she somehow stood up to this occasion. and the charisma of modi? i think if you look in the past, the industry has encouraged people you can see all the councillors to spend beyond their means. here, they were old men, the industry has not done enough politicians, the patriarchy to look after problem gamblers. was standing there. well, as we've heard, results are coming in after six we need to do more, to self but as the duke of wellington said, weeks of voting ended on sunday. counting began early this morning. regulate, and if we don't do more, sitting there on that there will be more regulation. chair, it was fantastic. our correspondent yogita limaye is in prime minister modi's jack took his own life, she not only filled the chair, constituency of varanasi, the other boys took their own lives, she filled the room. in the northern state of uttar pradesh. because they felt they would never and we forget as well she explains just how she was an inspirational leader, be free from gambling. her public perception votes are being counted. charles and liz ritchie was riding high at this time? lost their son, jack, in 2017, she did come to the throne what you are seeing in those men's after he ended his own life battling in a blaze of glory, hands are electronic voting a hidden gambling addiction. machines, the machines on which partly because people didn't really know anything about her, indians have cast their votes. their charity stages a walk next because she had been hidden away, they are being taken month to football clubs out from a strong across the north of england in a bid here in kensington palace. room, which is basically a safe, to get the clubs to end it was a good pr strategy. secure room where the machines are their association with her childhood, which kept after voting day until counting the gambling industry. unfolded in these rooms, i think that what richard flint day and they are now being taken was quite grim, actually. says just feels a total to the counting centre understatement of the problem. and she found it challenging that is where we will find out actually, what we have got is that there are hundreds and difficult, but it did mean what the results are. of thousands of people that she could emerge, across the country who have got like a duckling turning into a swan, you can see the men walking a serious mental health problem. and she was enormously popular. right across what is
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actually usually a market i feel insulted. for agricultural produce but it insults the memory ofjack, as any 18—year—old girl — fresh, for today which has turned into this and it insults the memory of all the boys from gambling with lives virginal, exciting — would be. massive counting centre. and i know the other mums in a moment, it's time are going to feel the same as me. inside the centre, for the one o'clock news each electronic voting betting should never get in the way machine is opened in the presence with clive myrie, but first, of your enjoyment of sport... of election officers. the gambling industry gives around it's time for a look at the weather with simon king. they press a button £10 million in funding a year on the machine and with that to gambling addiction charities, they can find out the number but the boss of sky bet says the industry should now consider of votes for each candidate. funding gambling treatment centres. the count from every hello, good afternoon. another machine is then taken and i have been to the gordon moody lovely late spring day for most of you can see the tally on a centre, which is a residential whiteboard at the far end of the centre for problem gamblers. us, many places dry and enjoying room. you can see the devastation that gambling addiction has caused warm sunshine. at the highest for those people and their families. temperatures in maidstone, up to 24 we are in the city of varanasi i think we need a better which is prime minister narendra network of those sorts modi's constituency. of centres around the country. degrees. much chillier across overall in the country leeds is opening one up this summer, there are more than 1.7 northern scotland, grey skies, rain, million machines being which is a great step forward. the growth of the mobile betting a cool breeze as well. you can see and gaming market looks set to continue in the coming years the difference on the map. some counted all over india. and so will the debate about how we protect and treat problem gamblers. showers in north west england, also david rhodes, bbc news, leeds. seniorfigures in the bjp have already congratulated their leader, this cloud arriving from the south the current prime minister narendra west to bring some drizzle into the modi, on his victory — far south west. most of the cloud though we do stress, the official result indian prime minister narendra modi into england and wales is quite is still several hours away. has secured another five—year term after winning a landslide high, so hazy sunshine, feeling our correspondent in delhi, rajini vaidyanathan, general election victory. warm, temperatures up to 21. cooler says it looks like the public have
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results so far show his bjp given their backing to mr modi's style of leadership. party on course to win about 300 of the 543 elected further north, particularly chile he is the leader of the hindu across northern scotland. the rain nationalist bjp party, and in the seats in parliament. should become lighter overnight, the last five years there has been growing concerns about increasing it has been the largest democratic rain owing more wind across exercise in history, divisions in india, notjust when it lasting for six weeks. comes to rich and poor, but increasing tensions scotland. clearer skies further between religions. east, chilly in rural areas. into human rights groups have said that, in the last five years friday, we find a lot of cloud for under a bjp government, there has been an increase in hatred towards scotland, rain in the highlands, religious minorities, particularly the country's muslims, of which we can go live now to showers for northern ireland, varanasi, in india's there are some 172 million. uttar pradesh region, heading towards england and wales. and talk to yogita limaye — our india correspondent. many places are still dry, a lot in in many cases, prominent the way of cloud, mind you, except members of the bjp clearly steve dymond's supporters have turned a blind eye to attacks on minorities. has won another five year term. —— in the southeast, temperatures are so there is real concern slipping away in northern ireland that this huge victory, is. into the bank holiday weekends, which is looking likely for the bjp the indian prime minister. yes, summer sunshine at times, though that's right. those people behind me party, could embolden narendra modi rain too, mainly in the north and west of the uk. for all of us, the add the bjp and perhaps inch this already say congratulations, people country, which is a secular nation, have been distributing sweets. when towards a more majoritarian rule. i was coming here, i also saw a temperatures fall away. some showers group of lawyers who were walking across parts of england and wales on down the road with bjp flags, and i saturday, otherwise sunny spells. was coming from the counting centre
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cloud for northern ireland, drizzle where mr modi is leading by hundreds across northern england as well, of thousands of votes. although they temperatures around 15 degrees. one let me update you, a spokesperson have not formally announced that he has won this seat yet, given the in the sunshine further south, up to for the prime minister theresa may has said that the prime minister 22. this weather front are bringing remains focused on delivering exit. margin between him and the newest contenders, it is almost certain a drizzly weather in the north on this follows the news from one of saturday, sweeping southwards on the government web some are mark that modi will win in this sunday. bringing showery outbreaks spencer, who said he would be constituency add his party is headed of rain. things improving across for a landslide victory here in updating parliament on the northern ireland and north west introduction of the withdrawal bill england, but staying weight across india as well. we have heard of one good parts of scotland. this rain after the recess next week. we had spokesperson from the opposition hitting across england and wales congress party speaking to my thought that withdrawal bill, the arriving in the southeast, revised bill that theresa may colleague in delhi, who said they do not seem to have done in our two announced, would be introduced tomorrow, but that does not appear tomorrow, but that does not appear convince the voters of their plans temperatures still around 21 to be the case and terms of the degrees. all of us cooler on monday 00:26:40,142 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 with showers. for this country. they suffered a timetable. mark spencer says humiliating defeat into thousand 14, parliament will be updated on the we are still to see what their tally introduction of the bill after they is this time around. we did see the recess. but the spokesperson is prime minister reacting to the saying that the prime minister results as they came out on twitter. remains focused on delivering brexit, this despite a large number he said, a strong and inclusive of mps and her party calling on her society, india has won yet again. to stand down we are also told that that is what modi has said in
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reaction to this result. what does a replacement to andrea leadsom, who this mean for india and for india's resigned last night as leader of the relations with other countries? commons, is expected to be announced later. the spokesperson repeating the lie that the prime minister is firstly, this is a resounding vote listening to colleagues as well, and of confidence in modi's leadership, also saying that the president of because this was seen as a the united states's visit to the uk referendum on mr modi. one of the will go ahead, so there's few lines things about achieving such a big mandate, getting such a large coming in from the prime minister's majority in parliament, means that for the new government under mr modi spokesman, albeit, she is in a it will be relatively easy to push pretty beleaguered state with mps through their economic social from various sections of her party calling on her stand down. agenda, also their foreign through their economic social agenda, also theirforeign policy. as far as it seems from india, mr the number of people dying modi seems to have been on this sort from strokes in england has more than halved in a decade. that's according to researchers of global tour during his five years at the university of oxford, who say more patients are surviving in power. a lot of people here because of new treatments believe that has sort of put india and better care by nhs staff. on the global stage. also during his the figures show those dying tenure, eddie became the from strokes dropped by 55% fastest—growing major economy in the between 2001 and 2010. world, but he does face several challenges now. one of the key but the number of younger people things is rising unemployment in a
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aged between 35 and 54 country which has such a large young who suffer a stroke population. the other thing of rose by 2% every year. course is many people felt that during his time in power social and the uk has rejected religious divide to make deep end. a united nations resolution demanding it gives back control in fact the bjp put up a candidate of the chagos islands who was a woman accused of plotting in the indian ocean to mauritius. the non—binding vote bombings against the blues community. many have also seen this was supported by 116 nations, with the uk being just one of six election as a battle for india's countries opposing it. mauritius says it was forced to give secular identity. the prime minister today coming out and saying he was a up the indian ocean group, now a british overseas territory, in 1965 in exchange strong radicalism of society, so i for independence. think we have to wait and see whether a lot of these things, to there are calls for nato to do more to stop russia from interfering try and win of the majority, hindu in overseas elections and targetting government computer networks. community and the country. —— he the foreign secretary, jeremy hunt, will address a conference on cyber security later — he'll warn that moscow wa nts a community and the country. —— he wants a strong and secular society. is mounting a campaign to compromise the infrastructure of other countries. now it's time for a in the us, several people have been look at the weather. killed by a powerful tornado in the state of missouri. it struck the state capital
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jefferson city, close in india, course, the heat is to midnight on wednesday. building ahead of the south—westerly the strong winds ripped off roofs monsoon. here at home our heat is and left thousands without power. ebbing away over the bank holiday and in oklahoma, heavy rainfall flooded towns, with state weekend. today was a fine day for officials telling some people most, warm sunshine, we have got a to leave their homes. thing our club producing one or two notjust the tulsa area, even showers in north—west england, cloud downriver, all the communities need arriving across northern scotland. to stay tuned, take this very, ringing rain, a cool breeze. clouds very seriously as they listen thickening on the far south, one or two spots of rain and drizzle in the to what the emergency management west. most cloud coming to england folks are saying as far and wales as then, warm, highs of as the flooding is 2324 in the south—east, contrasting concerned. with 11 or 12 in northern scotland. where the wind continues to blow research suggests an increase down cloud, most of the rain moves in chemicals which can destory away, showers possible in northern ireland, clearer skies further east the ozone layer is due to industrial activity in china. across england and wales. a bit use of cfc—eleven was supposed to have been phased out by 2010 — chilly in rural areas. tomorrow we are going to find cloudy skies but scientists say it's still being used to create across scotland, rain returning to insulation foam in factories in eastern china. when you think about satellites in space, you probably imagine them collecting highlands, showers in northern data from across the universe. ireland, most places will still be but what about helping us find dry and still be some sunshine
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abandoned supermarket trolleys or locating public loos? around, perhaps not quite as much today but still quite warm in the 00:30:04,770 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 sunshine in the south—east. those are the winning ideas in a uk space agency competition for teenagers, looking for inspiration on how satellites can improve life on earth. tim muffett went to meet one of the winners. satellites have changed the way we live our lives, but could they also prevent sights like this, or this. lowena hopes so. it was seeing trolleys like this in car parks, on the sides of roads, in waterways, and that's when my idea of trolley tracker, which uses gps to track abandoned trolleys, first came into being. there is a gps, a global positioning system, if its gps coordinates go out of certain bounds, it sends a signal to the supermarket saying where the trolley is, so that helps the supermarket keep track of where these trolleys are and it eventually leads to the supermarkets being able to re—collect the trolleys. so, the actual device is planning to go in the handle, instead of replacing the entire trolley, which makes the actual
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solution cheaper and it means that supermarkets are more incentivised to take this idea on board. it is stilljust an idea, but it has landed lowena the individualfirst prize in the uk space agency satelife competition. you can see the routes that people take to abandon them, where they are commonly abandoned, at what time of day, what day of the week. that allows supermarkets to better route plan, so they are able to put in better preventative methods. it's thought hundreds of thousands of trolleys are abandoned every year — costly not just to supermarkets but the environment as well. they can cause flooding and damage wildlife. i'm going to present my idea to a panel of people who hopefully will give me some support for my idea and i hope to work with supermarkets and local governments to solve this issue.
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i have a satellite image i'll show you injust a i have a satellite image i'll show you in just a second, showing that there is not a lot of cloud across there is not a lot of cloud across the uk at the moment. you can see that here. strip of cloud across parts of northern england, deteriorating now. the cloud always focused towards the north of scotland. showery rain continuing in the north east of scotland through the north east of scotland through the afternoon. elsewhere, warm, sunny spells, similar to yesterday for many of us. 23 degrees down to the south east of england, widely high teens for england and wales, cooler in the far north. 12 celsius here. through tonight, showers move through the north east scotland, elsewhere, varying amounts of cloud, temperatures down to 7 degrees. through friday, perhaps more cloud than today, the risk of the odd
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shower, but for most of us, dry with sunny spells, temperatures up to the high tweens, 22 degrees and the south east. hello this is bbc newsroom live. the headlines: the publication of theresa may's revised brexit withdrawal bill has been postponed till the first week ofjune and will not come out tomorrow an apology from the health minister after an undercover investigation by panorama finds vulnerable patients being mocked, taunted and intimidated by staff at a hospital in county durham. the actions revealed by this programme are quite simply appalling, there is no other word to describe it, and i absolutely condemn any abuse of this kind completely and utterly. voting is under way for elections to the european parliament. results will be announced on sunday.
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indian prime minister narendra modi's governing party has taken a decisive lead, as votes are counted in the country's marathon general election. judith kerr, author of the famous children's books the tiger who came to tea and when hitler stole pink rabbit, and creater of the mog series, has died, aged ninety—five. using satellites to track down supermarket trolleys or public loos are the winning ideas in a space competition, and there's a special message for all the young participants. hello, i'm european space agency astronaut tim peake, and i'd like to say huge congratulations to everybody who take part in the satelife competition, but particular to the winners. sport now, here's jane dougal. a pretty subdued first practice at monaco is under way with many of the
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formula 1 teams playing tribute to the legend niki lauda who passed away this week. messages for him all over the grand prix weekends. ferrari have said goodbye. and mercedes have announced that, from today, their car will have a single red star. they also have the words, for our chairman red star. they also have the words, for ourchairman and our red star. they also have the words, for our chairman and our friends. red star. they also have the words, for our chairman and ourfriends. a man was particularly close to bringing niki lauda to mercedes. hamilton has set a fast lap time. this 19—year—old british driver getting his first taste of f1 on this famous track having a low close shave. plans to expand the next world cup have been scrapped, a big blue for the fifa presidentjenny
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infantino had blue for the fifa presidentjenny infa ntino had been blue for the fifa presidentjenny infantino had been driving proposals to make the world cup at qatar plays a48 to make the world cup at qatar plays a 48 team tournament. that would have required other gulf states to co—host, and given tensions in the error that was felt impossible. as pa rt error that was felt impossible. as part of our change the game week, this athlete who went viral with her perfect ten routine at a college gymnastics competition has told the bbc about her struggles with body image. she was tipped for stardom before injury curtailed her career. we are gymnasts and have to care about our body weight and have to be seen about our body weight and have to be seen with minimal closing. i was told that i didn't look like a gymnast, i was told i'd looked like
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i swallowed an elephant, it looks like a i swallowed an elephant, it looks likea pig, i swallowed an elephant, it looks like a pig, my face was three times the size it was this morning. as a 14—year—old, that's impressionable. you start believing those things. rugby, danny cipriani has completed a rare double. of the gloucester fly— half a rare double. of the gloucester fly—half had already won the players player awards, and is now the premiership player of the year, only the second man to achieve that. in his debut season with gloucester, he had been key to their running it to the play—offs, where they face saracens on saturday. despite his sparkling club form, cipriani is expected to be overlooked by eddie jones when he picks his squad for the world cup injapan. dylan hartley has been out since december with a knee injury and there was fears he may miss of the world cup as well. however his director of by as well. however his director of rugby says the 33 year hooker will be available. i think he will be by the time we get there. sometimes
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those injuries can be a blessing in disguise, because i know when he finally gets in the field, he will be as risky as anything. at the counter sighter that is the guys you had to play a lot of minutes through the 6 nations and then the premiership events. some of those quys premiership events. some of those guys may be a little weary, but i believe dylan will be pretty fresh. it isa believe dylan will be pretty fresh. it is a year of world cups, and now it is england netball turn. the council will not be there, tracing eva in herfinal12 players injust over an hour's time. the tournaments will take place in july over an hour's time. the tournaments will take place injuly in liverpool. but it's all the sport for now. female students are posting allegations of sexual abuse on social media because they don't feel they are being listened to by their universities —
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that's according to the nus, the organisation that represents students. it's a story being covered by the bbc‘s new podcast, the next episode. one of its producers, nick rotherham, is with me now. what have you found? we have been fullness for a few weeks now. certain women from certain universities posting about sexual abuse allegations, outing their abusers online, and this spiralled. the awesome post was shared more than 15,000 times, and women at universities across the country sharing their stories of sexual abuse on campus. we spoke to them and they feel let down by the places where they're studying, they don't feel there is support there. we went to the nus and spoke to their women's officer, and she agreed, she said universities are not listening to women who come forward with abuse allegations. this is why they are
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outing their abusers online. what our universities saying in response? it's hard to talk specifics because so many of these investigations are active. we went to the department for education who said they tossed two organisations, universities uk and the office for students. they both say they're making progress, the office for students say they have invested heavily. individual universities vary, some offer counselling sessions, but the waiting list can be really long. some have set up their own internal sexual abuse inquiries. but these women we have spoken tojust don't feel like enough is being done. what is being done on outing abusers online, because there are issues around this? firstly, we don't know if these allegations are true. to have been, in the past, cases where
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of malicious or false accusations. we spoke to the chief prosecutor for the cbs in the north west, and said false rape allegations make up a very small percentage of all rape allegations. he wants you could give alleged abusers and early heads up if you post on social media, that they could potentially get rid of evidence. so the police message and university messages to follow the official channels, go through them. just the women we spoke to don't see that as an option. thank you very much. and you can find the podcast by going to bbc sounds and searching for the next episode. secondary school pupils in middlesbrough are more likely to face periods of exclusion than anywhere else in england, with rates four times the national average. it can often have an impact on a child's mental health, with increasing numbers of children in the town in need of mental and emotional support.
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as part of the bbc‘s we are middlesbrough week, frankie mccamley went to meet people in the community who are turning things around, offering alternative learning and support to help young mums and teenagers in the area. johnny helps out at youth centres across middlesbrough, offering guidance and support through games. he was bullied in school, which led to depression. once i became 16 after prom, that's when it all kind ofjust hit me at once. and i'd got my hands on alcohol when i shouldn't have. i attempted to drink myself to death. and why were you in such a bad place? partly the bullying, and partly, ithink, i let myself get into that state. i just gave up. i just want to be done with this now. studying for a degree, he now wants to help increasing numbers of people struggling in the town. so, if you just keep going with it, you will get there.
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lewis was excluded from school. i've been to different people. feeling better, training to be a mechanic, and hopefully an apprenticeship. get me somewhere in life. increasingly, it's some of the most vulnerable children, living in deprived areas in england, who are most at risk of exclusion. but here in middlesbrough, you don't have to go far to see the other side of the story. there are more young people going to university, and the number of those not in education or employment is lower than the national average. part of the reason for that is the people in this community. hundreds of women come to lisa's training salon every week. i found it a bit easier to do that. these colours really suit an olivey skin. 20—year—old aisha was excluded from one school and moved to another, which can have an impact on a child's mental health. ijust went through the roof,
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and ijust wasn't around my friends, and i felt i was all by myself in a tiny hole, like, i couldn't get out of. many of the women here have also struggled with confidence. ijust believe in them, give them hope and help them with their aspirations to become a reality. if someone's got an education, they've got options. with options, you have opportunities. and one of those people who's used opportunities is lisa's former student, alisha, who ended up in hospital with depression. she's now opened her new shop. i didn't even want to talk to my parents, and wanted to stay in my room. now i'm always down talking to them, telling them my ideas. from selling to friends to selling around the world, her main idea — the sky is the limit. the uk may have a proud tradition of pop and rock music, but it's done rather poorly in recent editions of
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the eurovision song contest. and that's just gotten a little bit worse, because not only did the british entry come last in the contest held last saturday, but it's now had its score lowered by five points. a revision of scores means michael rice's song bigger than us only picked up 11 points from saturday's final. the contest said an incorrect calculation had been used to create a substitute set of points after the belarusian jury was dismissed. the contest top four is unchanged, and duncan laurence from the netherlands stays the winner with his song, arcade. in a moment, we'll have all the business news, but first the headlines on bbc news: the publication of theresa may's revised brexit withdrawal bill will not take place tomorrow. downing street says the prime minister remains focused on delivering brexit. an apology from the health minister after an undercover investigation by panorama finds vulnerable
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patients being mocked, taunted and intimidated by staff. voting gets under way for elections to the european parliament. results will be announced on sunday in the business news: four pharmaceuticalfirms have been accused of illegally colluding to restrict the supply of an anti—nausea tablet, driving the price paid for it by the nhs up by 700%. the drug is often prescribed to cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. one of the firms named, alliance, denied the allegations. the pound is the worst—performing major currency so far this month, having lost 3.3% of its value against the dollar. the pound has also weakened for 14 consecutive days against the euro. a new home for avon — it's to be sold to brazilian cosmetics group natura, which already owns
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the body shop and aesop. the deal will create the world's fourth—largest cosmetics company, as the new combined company will boast 3200 stores worldwide, with a presence in 100 countries. hello and welcome to the business news. boeing and us aviation regulators will begin trying to restore their battered reputations later. this is all to do with the grounding of 737 max aircraft around the world in march, after two deadly crashes just five months apart. the us federal aviation administration — or faa — is hosting air regulators from various countries in fort worth, texas. they'll review boeing's software update for the 737 jet, which is now complete. and they'll consider when it'll be allowed to fly again. the faa is likely to face some tough questions. how did it approve boeing's newest aircraft? and specifically, the new mcas anti—stall system, the one implicated in the two crashes. why was it so slow to
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ground the aircraft? there are doubts over how quickly foreign regulators will allow the 737 to return to their skies, particularly in china. the us and china are embroiled in a bitter trade dispute. on wednesday, china's three biggest airlines joined united airlines, turkish, ryanair and others in asking boeing for compensation for losses caused by the grounding of the 737 max. a meeting of airlines is also being held today in montreal, canada called by the international air transport association. 290 airlines are members — of those, 28 have this particular model of plane in their fleets or have it on order. joining us now is robert wall, senior aerospace and aviation editor, wall streetjournal. what's expected to happen later today? when the f0 if a first called
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this meeting, there is an expectation they would come out during the meeting to tell foreign regulators, here's what you're going to do, here is how we will either chew, evaluate the boeing fix and worse is when we expect the plane to be cleared to fly again. in a surprising wrinkle, the acting administrator said that timeline is actually very uncertain, the faa doesn't have all the information from boeing that it needed to make some of these judgments. so from boeing that it needed to make some of thesejudgments. so it actually sounds like, at the end of today, we may still have a lot of questions. a lot of businesses will look to this meeting and public announcement for certainty. give an idea of the impact this is having on aviation businesses? for airlines, it has been difficult, especially over the summer season. they had
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planned on having these planes. they seek more people or are just more fuel efficient, so they are having a high cost to rent other planes to fly those roots. some of had to cancel some flights. it's been a bit ofa cancel some flights. it's been a bit of a scramble, made no easier by the fa ct of a scramble, made no easier by the fact that no—one knows how long this will last. out when this eventually gets the green lights, do you have a sense of public feeling about passenger safety? how do you think customers are going to feel about writing those planes?” customers are going to feel about writing those planes? i think there will be some anxiety at the start, but these things are to pass. people will presumably get back on the planes. i think airlines will make quite a bit of effort to try to make people feel comfortable with it. but presumably, if the fix works and there are no more crashes, look down a couple of months, maybe a couple
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of years, people will forget about this. but they will clearly be anxiety early on and airlines will have to do stuff to rebuild confidence with passengers. have to do stuff to rebuild confidence with passengersm sounds like boeing are lots of airlines have their fingers crossed. thank you very much. looking at the markets, sterling has been on a two—week slide against the dollar, we will look at that more closely in the afternoon. throughout this week, we'll be hearing from some of the world's top female athletes about the challenges they face while competing. it's all part of bbc sport's series change the game, which celebrates women and their achievements in sport. i met instagram fitness coach shona vertue, who told me about the pressure to have the perfect body. hold it up for me. good, and release. perfect!
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is part of the idea that we do have to aspire to something, that that does appeal to women when trying to be healthy and fit? it's actually nice to look at something and think, actually, i want to look like that. i think the bottom line is that there's no problem with aesthetics or aspiring to something we like the look of. i just think if it's the sole fuel for your motivation, you're going to kind of be at the mercy of your self—esteem, to a degree. you know? you will be at the mercy of things going on in your life. social media comes in for criticism sometimes, because sometimes you look at an image and think, that looks so perfect, is it really real? have you ever been tempted to edit any images of yourself or change the way that you look? no, no, no. absolutely not. because people do. i know. i think we need to focus less on aesthetics. we need to focus on functionality and what we can be capable of. that's what i love about sport, the pressure those men and women
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feel to edit their bodies in a certain way to fit a beauty standard that is ever shrinking and ever leaning out, you know, that is why we need to change the dialogue. when i'm in an outfit that's more revealing, be itjust a crop top and some shorts, there's certainly more engagement with the post. more people click, more people like, more people comment. theyjust engage so much more with nudity, unfortunately. i would like people to want to understand more about the inner workings of the body and the science of exercise, rather than just wanting to see a half—naked girl do some squats. david beckham wrote the foreword to your book and was hugely complementary in that foreword. how much support was that for you? one of the best things about david writing the quote for that book was that he helped to break down the stigma of men doing yoga. because as much as we have a stigma around women lifting weights
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and being fearful of that, there is still a stigma of men doing yoga, or doing any sort of practice, even meditation, things where they have to reflect inwardly. tomorrow is the 200th anniversary of the birth of queen victoria. to honour the occasion, kensington palace, her the childhood home, will be hosting two exhibitions dedicated to her life. victoria holland went to have a look. this is actually queen victoria's actual hair. to hear at the bottom is her baby hair, and the laterfrom haircuts in her childhood. they were kicked by her governess. when she was born, she was fifth in line to the throne, and then just a month after her 18th birthday, she became queen. this is what she wore for her coronation, pretty impressive. it's woven with real gold. the red saloon
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is where she first became queen, this is where she held herfirst council meeting. these figurines give an idea of what she would have faced. i'm joined by the chief curator here, what with that scene have been like? such ajoyful moment in her life, because she had a dark and lonely childhood. as soon as she was 18 years old, she come to the throne and come on the first day through that doorjust layer throne and come on the first day through that door just layer and into her first council meeting. she was only 18, tiny little girl. really unimpressive, but she somehow stood up to this occasion. you can see all the councillors here, they we re see all the councillors here, they were bold men, politicians, the patriarch it was standing there. but as the duke of wellington said, sitting there on that chair, it was fantastic. she not only fill the chair, she filled the room. might or can we forget as well she was an inspirational leader, her public
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perception was riding high at this time? she came to the throne in a blaze of glory, partly because people didn't really know anything about her. it was a good pr strategy. her childhood, which unfolded in these rooms, was quite grim, actually. she found it challenging and difficult, but it did mean that she could emerge like a duckling turning into a swan, and she was enormously popular. an 18—year—old girl, fresh, virginal, exciting, she would be. that looks fascinating. time now for the weather forecast, here's simon king. some changes through the bank holiday weekend, but until that point, a similar day, sunshine this morning, that is the beautiful scene at alnwick castle, lots of green and
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pleasa nt at alnwick castle, lots of green and pleasant land. sunshine right across england and wales. across scotland, thick cloud bringing outbreaks of rain. that rain will continue into the afternoon. a blustery, northwesterly wind to go with that too. cloud across northern ireland, some more cloud floating around, but plenty of sunny weather. 23 degrees in the south east of england, but the colours turning greener towards the colours turning greener towards the north, only 11 degrees in northern scotland is. through the evening and overnight, showery rain in naughty scotland, elsewhere, clear skies. temperatures around 6 degrees in the south east. i'm mild night in the capital. throughout friday, more of the same, more cloud perhaps, and perhaps the odd shower across wales, the midlands and the west country. the rain not quite as
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intense or persistent in naughty scotla nd intense or persistent in naughty scotland compared to today and yesterday, so with sunny spells, many of us getting into the high teen or low 20s again. chillier further north. then the all—important bank further north. then the all—importa nt bank holiday further north. then the all—important bank holiday weekend forecast. saturday, dry, but this weather system pushing through, bringing rainfor weather system pushing through, bringing rain for many of us. saturday is largely dry, some bright spells and sunshine for many. a bit of rain moving into scotland during the afternoon. perhaps the far north west of england by the evening. temperature are still up to about 20 degrees in the south east. temperatures around the mid teens further north. this rain tracking eastwards, many of us seeing rain at a time during sunday. break up of some showers across the bulk of
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england and wales. still some warmth, something a little drier in the north and west later. temperatures in northern ireland around 16. holiday monday, showers across northern and western areas of the uk, drier south and east. 00:59:19,120 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 temperatures a little lower as well.
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