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welcome to breakfast with dan walker and louise minchin. our headlines today: there were sharp exchanges during the conservative leader debate over whether a no deal brexit could be achieved by october but the favourite was missing. where is boris? if his team won't allow him to out to debate with five good morning. really friendly colleagues how will welcome to breakfast with dan walker he fare with 27 european countries? and louise minchin. our headlines today: protests in hong kong continue. organisers claim nearly two million there were sharp exchanges people have turned out during the conservative leader against a controversial debate over whether a no deal brexit extradition bill. could be achieved by october good morning — the uk leads while borisjohnson the world when it comes to new vegan products. new figures given to breakfast show they now make up nearly a quarter chose not to take part. of all new foods, so i'm at a meat—free food factory this where is boris? if his team won't morning to see how businesses are adapting. allow him to out to debate with five i'm live here at queen's club, where andy murray makes his return to friendly colleagues, how will he competitive tennis this week. fa re friendly colleagues, how will he fare with 27 european countries? in a breakfast exclusive the two protests in hong kong continue. time wimbledon champion has been talking to me about his road organisers claim nearly two million people have turned out to recovery and his mental health. against a controversial extradition bill. i was not living life i'm live here at queen's club, like i wanted to. where andy murray makes his return to i would finish practising and ijust wanted to have my feet up competitive tennis this week.
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for the rest of the day in a breakfast exclusive, and not do much else. the two time wimbledon champion has whereas now i am doing been talking to me about his road all the things i used to recovery and his mental health. to really enjoy doing. i was not living life like i wanted to. i would finish practising and i just wanted to have my feet up the rest of the day are not too much it isa it is a good chance it will stay dry for play today, just the outside else. whereas now i am doing all the chance of a shower but the weather things i used to really enjoy doing. remains unsettled with renal thunderstorms and sunshine as well. and the weather remains unsettled back with more later. today. some heavy thunderstorms it's monday 17th june. our top story. across the north and patchy rain across the north and patchy rain across the north and patchy rain across the central part. wales and contenders seeking to replace has the driest in the south and the theresa may as conservative leader east. we will be back with more have clashed over delivering brexit during the first live tv later. debate. it's monday 17th june. our top story. the five mps argued over contenders seeking to replace whether a new deal could be theresa may as conservative leader have clashed over delivering brexit renegotiated with the eu, and the prospect of a no—deal brexit. during the first live tv debate. meanwhile, the health secretary, matt hancock, who pulled out of the race last week, the five mps argued over has backed the frontrunner, whether a new deal could be renegotiated with the eu, borisjohnson, for the top job. and the prospect of a no—deal brexit. altogether, there are six candidates altogether, there are six candidates still in the running, still in the running, but mrjohnson refused to take part but mrjohnson, who is in the channel 4 debate last night, the frontrunner, refused to take prompting his rivals to claim part in the channel a debate last he was ducking scrutiny.
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our political correspondent, night, prompting his rivals to claim he was ducking scrutiny. ben wright, has more. our political correspondent, six men are in the race to lead the conservative party... there were six podiums but only five candidates. ben wright, has more. the front runner to be the next prime minister, borisjohnson, decided this first tv debate would be too much and skipped six men are in the race to lead the the chance to be interviewed. conservative party... there were six podiums but only five candidates. the front runner to be the next prime minister, boris johnson, decided this first tv debate would be too much of a strong but scrum an absence easy to mock. where is boris? and script the chance that i can if his team won't allow skip chance to be interviewed. —— him out to debate with five pretty friendly and skipped the chance to be colleagues, how will he debate with 27 european countries? interviewed. where is boris?! if his he should be here to answer that tea m interviewed. where is boris?! if his team won't allow him out to debate very question. these five are far behind mrjohnson in the battle to be one with five friendly colleagues, how of the final two candidates who make will he debate with 27 european it to a vote of the conservative party membership. countries? these five are far behind unsurprisingly, brexit dominated the argument. mrjohnson in the battle to be one we need to allow ourselves of the final two candidates who make the best shot... it to we cannot leave... of the final two candidates who make ittoa of the final two candidates who make it to a vote of the conservative you will buckle because you have shown you would take another deal party membership. unsurprisingly, brexit dominated the argument. we off the table — deal off the table. need to allow ourselves the best
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shot... we cannot leave... you will buckle because you have shown you i will defend our democracy! would take another deal off the we don't deliver on table — deal off the table. democracy by trashing democracy. we are not selecting would take another deal off the a dictator of our country, table — deal off the tablelj would take another deal off the table - deal off the table. i will defend our democracy! we don't we are selecting a prime minister. dominic raab was the only candidate who said deliver on democracy by trashing he would be prepared to suspend democracy. we are not selecting a parliament to get a no deal brexit through. dictator of our country, we are rory stewart was the only one selecting a prime minister. dominic who said that promises to renegotiate with raab was the only candidate who said the eu were a fantasy. he would be prepared to suspend we will not get a different deal. parliament for a to get a no deal parliament for a to get a no deal parliament three. rory stewart was you and i, jeremy, sajid, the only one who said that promises have argued for that deal to renegotiate with the eu were a because it is a 550 page document worked out in detail. fa ntasy. to renegotiate with the eu were a you will not get any changes. fantasy. we will not get a different the takeaway was delivered to mrjohnson's house deal to you, jeremy, sajid javid, as the debate took off. have argued for that deal because it isa have argued for that deal because it is a 550 page document worked out in but with a new endorsement from the detail. you will not get any changes health secretary matt hancock, not to the takeaway was delivered to boris ‘s house as the debate took showing up has not slowed mr johnson's momentum. off. but not showing up has not so what happens next? slowed his momentum. tomorrow, conservative mps will vote for a second time — candidates need so what happens next? tomorrow, conservative mps will vote
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33 votes to progress. for a second time — candidates need that will be followed by a bbc 33 votes to progress. leadership debate — that will be followed by a bbc which borisjohnson leadership debate — will take part in. which borisjohnson a third, fourth and fifth ballot, will take part in. if needed, will follow on wednesday and thursday. a third, fourth and fifth ballot, and once the final two candidates have been selected, if needed, will follow the first hustings for conservative party members will get under way. on wednesday and thursday. and once the final two the winner is expected to be candidates have been selected, announced in the week the first hustings for conservative party members beginning 22nd july. will get under way. let's speak to our political correspondentjessica parker the winner is expected to be who is in westminster announced in the week beginning 22nd july. for us this morning. so there is still some time to go. let's speak to our political correspondentjessica parker who is in westminster it isa for us this morning. it is a long process this, isn't it? yes. more than one month still to go iam sure i am sure you watch that debate is so quite some political ground to cover yet. we have a lively channel closely. if there are a winner? somebody was not there, but how for debate last night with boris about a winner? it was hard to a winnerfrom the debate about a winner? it was hard to a johnson notable with his absence. winner from the debate for a few reasons. one of which, it was a busy overnight does not necessarily seem debate. five people there although to have done him any damage, as you as you say mrjohnson was notable in his absence. and while they clashed we re to have done him any damage, as you were saying a few moments ago, matthew hancock, the health repeatedly over brexit, brexit again secretary who pulled out of the race
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on friday has now provided backing dominating the discussion, there to borisjohnson. we re dominating the discussion, there were some fiery moments there. on friday has now provided backing to boris johnson. it on friday has now provided backing to borisjohnson. it does not mean matthew hancock will take his overnight, as ben mentioned, a moment ago we had this fresh supporters with him but many of these campaigns can be about endorsement for boris johnson, momentum and lends further momentum somebody who was not at the debate, to boris johnson's campaign, from matt hancock the health momentum and lends further momentum to borisjohnson's campaign, with secretary. matt pulled out of the matt hancock writing that he almost race himself on friday. no doubt the remaining candidates have been vying for his support over the weekend but he has plumbed for borisjohnson. he thinks almost certainly boris johnson will be the next prime minister so the party needs to come together sooner rather than later. interestingly writing an article in it does plan to the idea the boris the times that he says interestingly writing an article in the times that he sastohnson is, johnson is an unstoppable force in this contest but as we were saying in his view, almost certainly going at the start, there is still a way to be the next prime minister. so to go. the final to prevent —— the party in his view needs to start presented to the party membership coming together sooner rather than and then that goes on for a month. later. one of the other things that with regional hustings. we'll be talking to the brexit the candidates were clashing over ministerjames cleverly last night was who might be best to just after 8 o'clock this morning. ta ke last night was who might be best to take on boris johnson last night was who might be best to take on borisjohnson because there is the sense that he may well reach he is one of those who supports mr johnson for a role of prime the final two and it is the final minister. a renewed push for labour to back two who then go out to the a second eu referendum conservative party membership. but i will be made by the party's deputy leader tom watson. in a speech today to the centre would say if there is a sense of for european reform mr inevitability hanging over the air watson will say labour's members
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here in terms of borisjohnson‘s and its values have always been quest for number 10, it is worth pro—european and that the only way to break the brexit deadlock at westminster is to put saying that little has proven inevitable recently in politics and the issue back to the people. there is over a month to go in this contest. thank you very much for a man, believed to be running us through that. in his forties, we'll be talking to the brexit has been stabbed to death in london ministerjames cleverly — the fourth killing just after 8 o'clock this morning. in the capital since friday. he was found in a street in stratford, a renewed push for labour to back in the east of the city, a second eu referendum in the early hours of this morning. will be made by the party's a murder investigation is underway. deputy leader tom watson. in a speech today to the centre every new teacher in england will be for european reform, mr watson will say labour's members trained to spot the early warning signs of mental illness. and its values have always been pro—european and that the only way the plans will be unveiled to break the brexit deadlock by theresa may later today. other measures include extra at westminster is to put support for social workers, local authorities and the issue back to the people. healthcare services. nearly two million people are thought to have taken part nearly two million people in a mass protest in hong kong are thought to have taken part over the weekend against in a mass protest in hong kong a controversial extradition bill. over the weekend against the masses turned out a controversial extradition bill. despite the suspension of the bill — the masses turned out which would allow extradition despite the suspension of the bill — from hong kong to mainland china. which would allow extradition hong kong's leader carrie lam has from hong kong to mainland china. apologised over her handling of the case. let's get the latest from our china correspondent stephen mcdonnell who is there for us this morning. the boss of ethiopian airlines has hit back despite the suspension of this ill, at claims his pilots should bear
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some of the blame for a crash of a boeing jet, which killed 157 the marches are still continuing and in growing numbers. good morning. people earlier this year. our international business correspondent theo leggett is at the paris air show. yes. the protests are continuing and theo, you've just returned they are likely to get a boost from from ethiopia, what more has events today because i am standing the airline's chief executive said? outside a detention centre where student leaderjoshua wong has just been released. he was a figurehead of the failed umbrella movement he has been reacting to criticisms of his airline that have been appearing in the united states. in pro—democracy push and in a case of particular some comments made a few incredible timing, the day after weeks ago by a leading congressman ina hearing this enormous demonstration he has weeks ago by a leading congressman in a hearing in washington where he said that if american pilots had been piloting the plane that came been let out. he came out and said down outside addis ababa than it that while in prison he did not would never have crashed and 157 people would not have been killed. exactly know what was going on but he had heard a little bit about the protest. however, he immediately he sees that as undermining the reputation of his airline and this called for carrie lam to resign, is what he told me. the senator called for carrie lam to resign, called for carrie lam to resign, called for the government to say it seems to be seriously misinformed or will not go ahead with the proposal he does not have the fact when he and said he would join those said that. why on earth have they protesters who are still out on the streets of hong kong in what is likely to give them a little bit of
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a boost. thank you for bringing us gathered the planes —— grounded the up—to—date. planes all over the world? simple. people affected by flooding the facts speak for themselves. and in the lincolnshire town of wainfleet have been told to avoid using washing machines, toilets and showers. hundreds have had to leave that was the chief executive of their homes and have been told they won't be able to go back ethiopian airlines. so why does it matter who is to blame? boeing has until at least the middle of this week. admitted that a software system in the boss of ethiopian airlines has hit back at claims his pilots should bear its aircraft was flawed and that may some of the blame for a crash well have been a factor in both the of a boeing 737 max aircraft crash and the loss of a plane in which killed 157 people earlier this year. indonesia last year. the plan is now grounded so boeing has accepted that our international business correspondent theo leggett that system was a link in a chain of is at the paris air show. theo, you've just returned events that led to the accident. it from ethiopia, what more has the airline's chief executive said? is also fighting off lawsuits and claims it was liable. meanwhile, here it is at the paris air show and it needs to sell this plan, a needs i went to ethiopian to find out what a backup in the air. so is a blame game going on. the ethiopians have made of claims people affected by flooding in the lincolnshire town appearing in washington suggesting of wainfleet have been told to avoid that the pilots may be responsible using washing machines, for the crash. we know the root toilets and showers. hundreds have had to leave their homes and have been cause of the crash was an erroneous
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told they won't be able to go back flight cause of the crash was an erroneous flight control system that had gone until at least the middle wrong and boeing has admitted as of the week. much. it also suggested that it was pa rt much. it also suggested that it was part of a chain of events and in fa ct part of a chain of events and in fact one leading congressmen in the united states even suggested that the wahaca restaurant chain has said had american pilots been on the a waiter should not have been told to contribute towards the bill plane the accident would never have of a table of customers happened. so i asked the chief who left without paying. the firm which operates 25 sites across the uk said staff would no executive of ethiopian airlines what longer have to contribute to unpaid he made of those allegations. the bills after a customer raised the issue on twitter. keith doyle has more. senator seems to be seriously misinformed. 0r senator seems to be seriously misinformed. or he does not have the fa ct misinformed. or he does not have the the wahaca mexican restaurant chain says it provides an environment fact when he said that why on earth as enjoyable for its staff as for its customers, have they grounded 380 air planes but when diners left without paying over the world? simple? the fact at a north london branch, it was the waiter who had speak for itself. a fairly angry to pay part of the bill, response there if you like. and that according to a customer who tweeted her outrage. the customer, sarah hayward, a former labour leader of camden council, said making this server foot the bill is quite significant because boeing really needs to get this plane back was shameful employment practice. in disguise. it has been grounded around the world and here it is at wahaca said it only made servers the paris air show, its biggest cover part of the bill in rare cases selling event of the year and its of real negligence but it has now
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clarified its policy and said staff major product is not flying. so boeing really need to sort this out, would no longer have to contribute to get the plane back in the air and in the meantime, the blame game is if customers leave without paying. going on. it said the waiter in question the wahaca restaurant chain has said a waiter should not have been told did not have any pay deducted. to contribute towards the bill of a table of customers the chain, which has 25 who left without paying. restaurants across the uk, the firm which operates 25 sites was founded by masterchef across the uk said staff winner thomasina miers. would no longer have to contribute the row has highlighted the working to unpaid bills after a customer conditions for waiting staff. raised the issue on twitter. the union unite said it has received similar reports from other chains where staff, already on low wages, are expected to pay for the dishonesty of some customers. keith doyle, bbc news. they did catch a bit of grief for that one. it was a royal celebration for the duke and duchess of sussex as prince harry celebrated his first father's day. to mark the special moment, the parents released the first it was a royal celebration picture of one—month—old baby for the duke and duchess of sussex archie to the world. as prince harry celebrated his first father's day. in the image, we get to see archie's to mark the special moment, the parents face for the first time as he grips released the first picture on to his dad's finger. of one—month—old baby archie to the world. you get to see part of his face but in the image, we get to see archie's the obligatory av group father face for the first time as he grips on to his dad's finger. not quite his whole face. some of him. his eyes. look at that. so
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finger —— obligatory baby holds onto sweet. all baby pictures... a little dad ‘s finger that people have all over the world. cities like amsterdam foot, a little hand... they are all and copenhagen are among the most bicyle friendly places in the world adorable. we are on our own today. and campaingers want the uk to pedal faster and catch up. olympic gold medalist chris boardman there is no—one in the studio and paralympian dame sarah storey are joining forces to urge because sally is out at club with the government to make our roads safer. they join us now. carol but firstly, good morning, thank you very much for coming in to talk to us. so in terms of what you sally. i'm live at queen's club where andy murray makes his return are hoping to achieve, what is the to competitive tennis this week. plan? we want to draw attention to we have been talking to him and he the underfunding of cycling and walking infrastructure in the uk get is due to play here in the doubles them to look at the true economic cost of building roads only for this week. we have an exclusive ca rs. interview. he has been talking to cost of building roads only for cars. can you make a difference? i think we must. this is a solution bbc breakfast about living with chronic pain, what it was like and and the cheapest quickest solution to one of the biggest problems how it affected his mental health. facing society. just allowing people that is due in about 20 minutes time. he does have an interesting new hobby and i cannot wait to share to travel short journeys by bike that with you. you will not guess facing society. just allowing people to travel shortjourneys by bike or by walking but they can't do that. it. right now, the provision was got england'sjustin rose missed out does not do it. it does not do it
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on a first major title in six years at golf‘s us because of the reasons sarah open at pebble beach. the american gary woodland held out mentioned. we do not value this form to win his first major, finishing three clear of transport. it is not built into of defending champion brooks koepka. england'sjustin rose had been our appraisal process. we have been just a shot off the lead at the start of the final round but his his challenge faded looking for pictures on social in california with five bogeys. media, there are cycle paths but the a brilliant century from rohit sharma sees india beat their arch rivals pakistan at the cricket world cup in front infrastructure... some of the of an estimated tv exa m ples we infrastructure... some of the examples we have seen have been audience of one billion. extraordinary. sudden dead ends, and maurizio sarri says watson thinks of you think? several arrivederci to chelsea less than a month after winning the europa league to take over at the italian champions juventus. yea rs watson thinks of you think? several years ago we had a look around here and we came to the end of the cycle track and it just stop. and we came to the end of the cycle track and itjust stop. there is no minimum standard for cycling what an incredible career he has infrastructure. you can do anything which means we are spending hundreds had. a greatjob to go to. lead you of millions and will continue to to look forward and carol will be spend it on stuff that does not with you in just a moment. change travel habits because there are no minimum standards. this is to look forward and carol will be with you injust a moment. that make plenty to look forward to. ridiculous, isn't it? yeah. she must be in a different part of everybody in the chain should be ashamed of themselves. person who queens club. where is she? there she designed it, even the person obtains the line should go hang on, this is crazy. but people just go out and do
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it. it it's just often a waste of is. are we trying to stay magically money. studies have now shown that into different locations? we are not that makes you less safe because drivers will pass 40 centimetres that far apart from each other. we could almost touch but not quite. good morning everybody. it is lovely closer because we conform to the line rather than the person. take here. not a particularly cold start to the day for most of us, except the line away and people provide more room. how about from a personal across the north of scotland and the weather this week, unfortunately view? it is a leading question but will remain unsettled. there will be do you feel safe on the road?|j rain and heavy foundry downpours at times but some of us will see some view? it is a leading question but do you feel safe on the road? i am in the lucky position that i go out sunshine. the forecast for today is in the lucky position that i go out in the time of day and she is my roots according to my training. if you commute you have a route to take one of some heavy foundry showers to work and that will not change. with rain and the forecast and some of us see some dry and bright most people cannot find a way of doing that safely currently. if you conditions, particularly the further south and south—east that you travelled. the main areas for heavy imagine ona doing that safely currently. if you imagine on a road that suddenly ended or went a different way or made you completely inconvenienced foundry downpours will be scotland you would be up in arms as a driver and northern ireland but at times you can see some of them across ina you would be up in arms as a driver in a vehicle so why should cycling northern england. also a weather front sinking south across central parts of england and wales. that and walking not have a more direct route when it will not waste them will produce showery outbreaks of rain as well. this afternoon across time and it will not stop and start
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in everyjunction. scotla nd rain as well. this afternoon across time and it will not stop and start in every junction. is time and it will not stop and start in everyjunction. is a brilliant example they changed on the way to scotland and northern ireland, expect some heavy downpours with the velodrome and now the bike path hail. gusty wind across southern turns left to give way to traffic thatis turns left to give way to traffic that is turning left to go across the road and straight back onto the scotla nd hail. gusty wind across southern scotland and as we come further south, the rain across parts of the bike path effectively. previously went straight with the traffic in a midlands, yorkshire into wales will turn increasingly lighter in nature. segregated labour they restricted things and it is just not good and as we come south again into enough. i'm sure people might be southern england in the south—east it isa southern england in the south—east it is a mixture of bright spells and also some sunny skies. fare for the thinking about cost and you have factored that into your discussion as well in this letter. you just tennis today. does the isolated chance of a shower, that assaulted it came temperature ranges from 12 think we need a careful use of money. just a little more but in the north to possibly as high as 22 in the south—east although you can see that as 20 on the charts. still... it is dry, isn't it, the through the evening and overnight economic appraisal, but we do not showers will tend to fade and there build it in. they are building a will be cloud around as well with some mist and fog and an example in roundabout, 1.4 billion to save ten minutes of journey time the south—west and hills. by the end roundabout, 1.4 billion to save ten minutes ofjourney time at peak hour. and that has a cost benefit of the night, a new weatherfront ratio of 1.5 21 whereas in greater coming our way will introduce rain manchester we plan a network that by across western parts of scotland and the north—west of northern ireland. again, nota the government ‘s own figures has an the north—west of northern ireland. again, not a particularly cold economic value of five to one. this
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night. tomorrow that rain across scotla nd night. tomorrow that rain across scotland and northern ireland edges has been funded by government, this steadily eastwards, turning lighter isn't. because we do not build that and more patchy in nature as it does so we start of cloudy across england in. we do not build in the cost. we and wales and you can see some sunny do not build in the cost of making it easier and reduce demand. wejust brea ks and wales and you can see some sunny breaks but we also have some rain make a big road and that becomes the coming up from the south. the met easy choice. are you trying to focus office does have a weather warning out for this. there is the chance of some heavy thundery downpours coming on smallerjourneys as well as the ones we do every day? later and that could well lead to the risk of localised flooding, particularly so where we do not need it. areas highlighted are the south—eastern quarter of the uk but it could drift a little further west. i will keep you posted. that it is both embarrassing but exciting as well. how little you have to isa change. some of the measures in west. i will keep you posted. that is a bit ofa west. i will keep you posted. that is a bit of a warning. thank you those five asks we haven't got time very much. we will return to you to go into now are actuallyjust later. allowing us, that together, give us these five practical things that are within your gift and we can deliver you're watching breakfast from bbc news. the headlines: these changes. a lot of cyclists, boris johnson's leadership campaign has been given a boost
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as the health secretary matt hancock announces his support for him today. whenever we talk about this, talking flood victims in lincolnshire about cars parked in cycling lanes are being urged to avoid and things like this. i suppose a using washing machines, toilets and showers — lot of it is culture as well. but if while hundreds of people have been infrastructure is built right, you forced to leave their homes. won't have too. you should enforce. let's take a look at people say, oh, i saw a van from the today's front pages. council and they didn't enforce this last night's conservative leadership debate is the main story bad parking. we have a resource, we in the times. have to use it. people need to value that type of transport. they are parking on an unenforceable dotted line. we also get lots of people complaining about the behaviour of the paper also features an interview cyclists and there seems to be a with former contender matt hancock, real sense of like, you know, a who says he is backing borisjohnson. the mirror also leads on the leadership debate, and asks why frontrunner boris was the only contender not real, it is almost like a roar, do to take part. you think? you just have and the main picture is one we've already seen this morning — real, it is almost like a roar, do you think? youjust have bad behaviour of people who travel and of the royal baby cyclists are no different to anybody archie on father's day. mrjohnson‘s column in the telegraph is the paper's main story. else. in one mode of transport, you the former foreign secretary says every home in the uk will have can doa
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access to super—fast broadband else. in one mode of transport, you can do a lot more damage and on a within six years if he is selected bike, you are likely to do more as the next prime minister. damage to yourself, and it is in and finally, the daily mail leads on its own investigation. irritant. start with those that can the paper has found that nine in 10 do the most harm when it talks to —— cannabis users and growers are being let off without a criminal talk —— when talking about enforceability. that is a bad charge in some areas of england. accident that chris froome had. and the return of top gear has been trending overnight and this morning, limit if you are talking about the it was the first programme close passing and a gust of wind a vehicle gives to a commuter, they can wipea for the new presenting vehicle gives to a commuter, they can wipe a cyclist off of the bike. trio freddie flintoff, paddy mcguiness and chris harris. --if can wipe a cyclist off of the bike. ——if you are talking about. if chris we'll be speaking to the original stig, perry mccarthy, after 8:00 this morning to get some froome can fall off a bike because reaction to the new line up. ofa froome can fall off a bike because of a gust of wind, a commuter can easily fall, too. he was blowing his i was reading through the tweets last night. are you 0k? nose and he says he is very lucky to be here. it is very unusual. we are i was reading through the tweets last night. are you ok? you obviously have eye and well done for very lucky in the sport, i had a coming in. i was tempted to go full madonna en graham norton this particularly bad situation with a morning. i don't think you can notice it. no, it is not noticeable broken arm and those sorts of things and normally you don't encounter
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at all. morning all. are they those circumstances where you hit something that isn't going to move something that isn't going to move so its really unfortunate. it is telling you things you can do to catch your eye better? there are all going to see him out for several months but no doubt, he will be sorts of suggestions. it is not a back. do let us know what you can fight. i think about that. you can e—mail us sorts of suggestions. it is not a fight. i haven't gone the bus stop and get in contact. it really with anybody. from me. in early elbow from minchin. fish and chips exercises people because we get motorists talk about how cyclists can help that you have made a clear statement. thank you, both, very might be off the menu due to global warming. this is scientists are much. we know the weather has been saying large marine scientists. it causing people problems but it looks rather lovely where carol is today at queen ‘s park. ——at queen's club. is reducing oxygen levels in the it is lovely here at queen's club. a oceans. it is hard to underestimate beautiful start today, not too cold. i've been doing thisjob beautiful start today, not too cold. i've been doing this job for 21 how wapping again this is. 1 billion yea rs i've been doing this job for 21 years and tennis tournaments, but watch cricket's rivals. some even never before have i been asked to give a cue to the grand staff to turned up on a full horse to the remove the court covers. that do it. match at old trafford yesterday. not
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over rate, guys! there we go. 21 of half a horse? i meant to say a large these ground staff taking the covers off and it takes a few minutes to horse but full horse is acceptable, pull them back and secure them at this side i the court. the court too. india won and are looking very this side of the court. the court has been covered since 8pm and also good for potentially winning the entire thing. there is one tiny to keep the foxes off the course. we don't think the foxes will be picture of archie. the paper is playing tennis, though. after such a dry spring, it went pear—shaped in talking about that quite a lot and what they have done is given the last few weeks. it must be pictures of meghan as a baby in 1981 difficult to get the conditions when she was born and harry in 1984. right for the court so i will be talking to the head groundsman later this morning just to find out how remind you of anyone? we can't they get on with that. you can see really see, can we? i got very full coverage on bbc two from one excited about the golf last night. i o'clock today. the forecast for us thoughtjustin excited about the golf last night. i thought justin rose was excited about the golf last night. i thoughtjustin rose was going to do all today is rather unsettled. we it. justin rose went in with a really good chance of winning it have heavy, thundery downpours in again. gary woodland won it and the forecast but some of us will see everybody seems to be saying he is a some sunshine and for queens today, there is a good chance it will stay lovely man but brooks koepka, i think his record in the last nine dry, just an isolated chance of a
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major championships, he has 14, and shower across southern england. you see we do have a weather front moving south across england and wales, currently producing some rain, and we have heavy, thundery ——he has won four. he is like tiger showers, really from the word go, in his peak. i think you could well across northern ireland and scotland. it will be breezy wherever you are but gusty around those heavy continue winning majors if he continues that form. very showers and particularly gusty impressive. jack —— jack —— across southern and central scotland. the northern england, the north—west, you might see a shower this afternoon, it could be thundery. as we move across yorkshire and into the woodlands, in three wales, this morning's rain turning more patchy by the continues that form. very impressive. jack —— jack -- jack nicklaus. consistency at that level afternoon. variable amounts of cloud is staggering. and sunny spells developing. if you if i asked you what the most happy to —— happened to be in a sunny spell and out of the breeze, over used word was what temperatures in the south could reach between 20 and 22 degrees. a lot of people object to people generally speaking, we're looking at from about 12 in the north to about saying "so". this will sound like a or19 from about 12 in the north to about or 19 as we come further south. through this evening and overnight, many showers will tend to fade. they huge thing but lots of people in pr will be cloud around as well and
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along the coasts and hills of the start sentences with "so". far ——of england, we could see mist well according to one newspaper it's and fog. we also have a new weather ‘like' and apparently front coming in across western some of us massively overuse it. scotla nd front coming in across western scotland and north—western parts of northern ireland and that will bring in some rain. as a result, not a in fact in one programme, currently on our screens, ‘like' has been known to be used a whopping 76 times within five minutes — just in case you're wondering that's love island. so a primary school in bradford is asking pupils to ‘park‘ the word particularly cold night. tomorrow and broaden their then, we start off with the rain and vocabularies — like. western scotland and northern ireland. as it drifts eastwards, it what are your sentence fillers? will turn more showery in nature. after a cloudy start for england and for wales, we will see some sunnier and brighter breaks but through the day we will start to see some thunderstorms coming up from the south. temperature wise, fully academic, but it will feel humid in i genuinely didn't do that on the south—east with highs of up to about 21. as we move from tuesday purpose! you are not a "so" user. into wednesday, the met office has a yellow weather warning out for torrential thunderstorms with hail mixed in there. there is the risk of no, iam localised flooding and that weather purpose! you are not a "so" user. no, i am not. do your daughters say warning runs from 6pm tomorrow night until 9pm on wednesday but i'll keep the word like? one has recently turned 18 and one is 14 and we have you updated on where we are
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moved beyond "like" in the house. expecting that heavy rain to be. so, you can email us at bbcbrea kfast@bbc. co. uk or share your thoughts with other early warning, on the weather viewers on our facebook page. warning. thank you, carol. and you can tweet about today's stories using the hashtag bbcbreakfast — or follow us for the latest from the programme. they're known as the green lungs of our towns and cities but parks across the country have suffered the brunt of council cuts in recent years. they're known as the green lungs breakfast'sjohn maguire's been of our towns and cities to a park in nottingham to find out but parks across the country have suffered the brunt of council cuts how additionalfunding is breathing in recent years. brea kfast‘s john maguire's at leazes park in newcastle for us new life into our open spaces. this morning to find out how additional funding is breathing new life into our open spaces. come on in, the water's lovely. in morning, john. fa ct, come on in, the water's lovely. in fact, it is a balmy 16 degrees. three times a week, this former gravel pit in the park in nottingham is used and enjoyed by open water swimmers. tonight, there is even a we are at leazes park in newcastle group of the first timers. allan never done open water, don't really go swimming much. yeah, just want to right now. a fantastic landmark right now. a fantastic landmark right in the centre of newcastle. get into it and jumping into the all of these parks we are talking deep end, literally. nottingham is about. monmouth, christchurch, reston, plymouth, edinburgh, one of eight towns and cities across birmingham, nottingham, camden and
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islington. get an idea that they are the uk successful in bidding for extra money for parks and green in town and city centres. they spaces. £11 million is being given provide a respite, as you describe by the national lottery and the national trust to help find these it, the green lungs. they give you a chance to relax, a chance to reflect open areas. this area is really important — make this money is as they are very, very important for our well—being. important — make this money is important because it allows us to get the breathing space to research, come on in, the water's lovely. in fact, it's a balmy 16 degrees. develop and have new ideas for new spacesin develop and have new ideas for new three times a week, this former spaces in the future. for instance, gravel pit at colwick country park new business opportunities. better in nottingham is used and enjoyed facilities for our communities so we by open water swimmers. can have a cafe where the park tonight, there's even a group runners can sit in afterwards, where of the first timers. families can go and enjoy themselves. it is a golden never really done open water, opportunity for us to plan notjust i don't really go swimming much. for tomorrow but the next 20—30 just have at entertaining events, yea rs. so yeah, just want to get into it for tomorrow but the next 20—30 years. such long-term strategies often fall foul of tightening and jump in at the deep end, literally! you'll have a great time, thank you. council purse strings. but with an nottingham is one of eight towns and cities across the uk successful ever—increasing understanding that in bidding for extra money the physical and mental health for parks and green spaces. £11 million is being given by the national lottery benefits of open spaces, fresh air and the national trust to help and these green lungs, are more important than ever. find these open areas. —— help fund.
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ijust this money is really important i just see that and think, gosh, because for the first time it ijust see that and think, gosh, i wa nt to ijust see that and think, gosh, i want to be in there. the words are will allow us to get the breathing coming in. dawna says she hates the space to think and research use of the word basically. that the and develop new ideas for how we're going to manage our spaces in the future. so for instance, we'll be looking stars in our house quite a lot, at new business opportunities. how we can create better facilities for our communities so we can basically. you can throw in a "so" have a cafe where the park runners can sit in afterwards, where families can go and an" basically". some i can't and enjoy themselves. it is a golden opportunity for us to plan notjust for tomorrow but for the next 20—30 years. such long—term strategies often read out. fall foul of tightening you're watching council purse strings. breakfast from bbc news. but with an ever—increasing still to come this morning: understanding of the physical greggs recently launched its vegan and mental health benefits of open spaces, fresh air and these green sausage roll and now kfc is the latest fast food chain lungs, are more important than ever. tojoin the meat—free movement. john maguire, bbc news, nottingham. sean's in north yorkshire to find out why plant based food is becoming such big business. there has been a real sense of calm good morning to you in probably the in the park today. it has been a beautiful day. let's find out what plans there are. what are the types noisiest food factory i've ever been in this morning, hence the big microphone. we are looking at meat of schemes that the places are
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free foods this morning so you have plenty of these familiar fillets, as coming up with to take advantage of they call them, but there is no these spaces, victoria, from the national trust. this is about transformation and innovation across meat. we are at a corn factory in hull city. all of those green spaces in those towns you just mention —— mention. —— across the whole city. middlesbrough where we are looking in plymouth, its all about working with the community, inviting them at how it is all made and why that into make these spaces the heart of area of food is growing so quickly. a few of those are being stacked. it is interesting how the uk is leading the world when it comes to new vegan foods at the moment. nearly one quarter of all food launches this year have come from alternatives, a bit like this. we're looking at why this is, a big amongst politicians this is, a big amongst politicians this week, as well, would you the community. ultimately, its about believe? what is a sausage and what isn't a sausage? plenty to talk about all morning about why it is. more of us, even meat eaters, are trying more of this kind of thing. before we get into all all of that. safeguarding these parks so they are we have news, travel and weather opening, accessible, vibrant, for where you are. generations to come. is not a lot of good morning from bbc money of course. what's the idea? is it sort of seed money? is it giving a start? it is about enabling the london news, i'm tolu adeoye. council to do some thinking, long—term planning, as well as the grant money. there is access to expertise from the national trust as police have launched a murder they will be sharing our knowledge
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investigation after a 40—year—old around land management, volunteering, land managing, man died of stab wounds in the early refurbishing old buildings. james, hours of this morning. you have done something slightly different in newcastle. you have it comes after a weekend of violence taken over the running of the parks which saw three murders from the city council. tell us why across the capital in wandsworth, greenwich and tower hamlets, you have done that and how it works. including two teenagers. we area the us president donald trump you have done that and how it works. we are a brand—new charity. ten weeks ago, we took over from criticised mayor sadiq khan on twitter about the violence. newcastle city council. 33 of its parks. we are focusing on making the more electric charging points are going to be installed across the capital to and make it mob accessible, more vibrant, more easier for drivers to top up. exciting. does make accessible. the number of electric vehicles inviting people to connect with in london is forecast to grow from just over 20,000 to more nature. thank you very much, folks. than 145 thousand by 2025. plans, which will be announced by the mayor today, include simplyfying the way people can request charging points from their local authority. from leazes park in newcastle, back train driving has been found to be to you in the studio. i think we one of the least diverse professions. new research by the aslef union shows drivers are 94% male and 92% deserve a little lie down in the sun, a little relax in the park will white — with 85% over the age of 35. stop don't bother us for another hour or stop don't bother us for another hourorso, stop don't bother us for another hour or so, would you? we will need you at some stage through the the study looks at what can be done morning. lovely. we are talking to make the people at the front about words, words that you would like to see parked and because a of the train more primary school has parked or banned certain words such as "like" for
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representative of passengers. being overused. thank you for your contributions. there is an the industry is really dominated by unofficial media vote. you had obviously white male, and i believe liked, so, basically and literally. it is an industry that people from ethnic minorities feel they don't have a chance to get involved. but i believe they do. it is how companies "like literally, like". one other do recruit and i believe if they one that has cropped up is" look". recruit and target these individuals, we can get them in. let's take a look at the travel situation now. if you are an australian sportsman there's a good service of any description, you answer every on the tubes this morning question with the answer, with the turning to the roads and: eversholt street remains closed next to euston station for repairs to a burst water main. ten bus routes are on diversion. in stratford: pa rft first answer as, "look". we were of west ham lane is sealed off for a murder investigation. tested on michael gove. first answer as, "look". we were —— part of. tested on michael govelj first answer as, "look". we were tested on michael gove. i think he is very unlikely to say "like". they westminster bridge road is closed southbound from waterloo to lambeth north for repairs say listen a lot, don't they? to a burst water main. time now to get the news, finally, there is no service on the woolwich ferry today because of industrial action. travel and weather where you are. now the weather with kate kinsella. good morning from bbc good morning. it is a beautiful london news, i'm tolu adeoye. police have launched a murder
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start out there this morning. we investigation in stratford after a 40—year—old man died of stab wounds in the early hours have blue sky and sunshine. the good news is, a brief respite. it should of this morning. it comes after a weekend of violence in the capital which saw three today stay dry. there is a bit of murders in wandsworth, plumstead and tower hamlets — including two teenagers. high cloud around so the sunshine the us president donald trump criticised mayor sadiq khan turning hazy here and there. on twitter about the violence. apache cloud but sunshine pleasant. more electric charging points are going to be installed across the capital to make it easier for drivers to top up. the number of electric vehicles in london is forecast to grow —— —— patchy to stop we have humid from just over 20,000 to more than 145,000 by 2025. air, despite the clear skies, quite plans, which will be announced by the mayor today, include simplyfying the way people can ask for new charging points from local authorities. train driving has been found to be sticky tonight. tomorrow morning, it one of the least diverse professions. will be quite mild to start with. a bright start again, sunshine, more new research by the aslef union cloud building in through the course shows drivers are 94% male of the day. the met office has a and 92% white — with 85% yellow weather warning which doesn't over the age of 35. kicking until tomorrow morning but the study looks at what can be done it is thunderstorms, free tuesday evening, overnight and three wednesday as well. heavy, torrential to make the people at the front downpours for a time and may be some of the train more hail mixed in, as well. temperatures stay warm and humid.
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i'm back with the latest representative of passengers. from the bbc london newsroom in half—an—hour. plenty more on our website at the usual address. this industry is really dominated now though it's back by, obviously, white males. to dan and louise. and i believe it is an industry that bye for now. people from ethnic minorities feel they don't have a chance to get this is breakfast with dan walker and louise minchin. involved, but i believe they do. we'll bring you all the latest news but it's how companies do recruit and sport in a moment, and i believe if they recruit but also on breakfast this morning. and target these individuals, sir andy murray is set to make his competitive comeback. he's been opening up to sally then we can get them in. about being pain free for the first time since his hip surgery. let's take a look at the travel situation now. there's a good service olympic gold—medallist on the tubes this morning. chris boardman and paralympian dame turning to the roads and: sarah storey are here to tell us why eversholt street remains closed next to euston station for repairs more of us should be ditching our cars for shortjourneys to a burst water main. ten bus routes are on diversion. and getting on our bikes. and the award—winning journalist mobeen azhar will be here to tell us about his return to his hometown of huddersfield for a bbc documentary to investigate the death of a man shot dead by police and how it led to him uncovering in stratford: part of west ham lane is sealed off for a murder investigation. westminster bridge road is closed southbound from waterloo a much bigger story. to lambeth north for repairs to a burst water main. finally, there is no service on the woolwich ferry today good morning, here's a summary because of industrial action. of today's main stories from bbc now the weather with kate kinsella.
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news. contenders seeking to replace good morning. theresa may as conservative leader it's a beautiful start have clashed over delivering brexit out there this morning. during the first live tv we have some blue sky and sunshine. the good news is, a brief bit debate. of respite, it should the five mps argued over today stay dry. there is a bit of high cloud whether a new deal could be around so the sunshine turning hazy here and there. renegotiated with the eu, and the prospect of a no—deal patchy cloud later, but in the sunshine, brexit. it'll feel quite pleasant. borisjohnson was the only quite a breezy day, candidate not to take part. but despite that, temperatures meanwhile, the former still managing to get up to around 20, maybe 21 celsius. health secretary, matt hancock, overnight tonight, we'll have some lengthy clear spells. who pulled out of the race last we have some quite humid air, week, has backed mrjohnson so feeling quite sticky overnight, despite the clear skies. for the topjob. a renewed push for labour to back a second eu referendum will be made by the party's deputy leader tom watson. minimum temperature between nine and 13 celsius. so, for tomorrow morning, in a speech today to the centre it will be quite mild to start with. for european reform mr watson a bright start again, some sunshine, but more cloud building will say labour's members and its values have always been in through the course of the day. pro—european and that the only way the met office has a yellow weather to break the brexit deadlock warning which doesn't kick at westminster is to put in until tomorrow evening the issue back to the people. but it's thunderstorms, through tuesday evening, overnight, and through nearly two million people wednesday as well. are thought to have taken part heavy, potential torrential in a mass protest in hong kong downpours for a time, lightening, maybe some over the weekend against hail mixed in, as well. temperatures staying warm and humid. a controversial extradition bill. they turned out despite the suspension of the bill — which would allow extradition from hong kong to mainland china. hong kong's leader carrie lam has
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apologised over her handling of the case. people affected by flooding in the lincolnshire town i'm back with the latest from bbc of wainfleet have been told to avoid london in half—an—hour. using washing machines, now though it's back toilets and showers. to dan and louise. bye for now. hundreds have had to leave hello. their homes and have been this is breakfast with told they won't be able to go back dan walker and louise minchin until at least the middle we have an exclusive interview with of the week. andy murray coming your way shortly. an investigation by the bbc has here's a summary of this morning's found evidence that young people main stories from bbc news. on merseyside are being offered contenders seeking to replace hundreds of pounds to stab each theresa may as conservative leader other by older gang leaders. have clashed over delivering brexit the claims, which were during the first live tv recorded by youth workers debate. in the city, were studied by the bbc‘s beyond today podcast and have been linked to at least the five mps argued over one recent stabbing. whether a new deal could be renegotiated with the eu, more than 50 million people and the prospect of a no—deal were left without electricity across south america, brexit. borisjohnson was the only after an unprecedented outage left candidate not to take part. a large portion of the meanwhile, the health secretary, matt hancock, who pulled out of the race last week, has backed mr. continent in the dark. johnson for the topjob. the entire population of argentina was left without power for several hours, with the blackout also spreading into neighbouring uruguay, we will be speaking to one of those paraguay and parts of chile. candidates in an hours time on the programme, michael gove. the argentine president mauricio macri has said the power cut will be a renewed push for labour to back a second eu referendum
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thoroughly investigated. will be made by the party's deputy leader tom watson. every new teacher in england will be in a speech today to the centre for european reform mr trained to spot the early warning signs of mental illness. watson will say labour's members the plans will be unveiled and its values have always been by theresa may later today. pro—european and that the only way other measures include extra to break the brexit deadlock support for social workers, at westminster is to put local authorities and the issue back to the people. nearly two million people are thought to have taken part healthcare services. in a mass protest in hong kong over the weekend against a controversial extradition bill. to infinity and beyond! the much anticipated fourth they turned out despite and final toy story film had its premier last night. the suspension of the bill — tom hanks, who has been the voice of cowboy woody since 1995, which would allow extradition from hong kong to mainland china. was one of the stars on the red hong kong's leader carrie lam has apologised over her handling carpet in london's leicester square. of the case. the film is released in cinemas the boss of ethiopian airlines has hit back at claims his pilots across the uk on friday. should bear some of the blame for a crash of a boeing 737 max people affected by flooding in the lincolnshire town and by all accounts you need to take of wainfleet have been told to avoid using washing machines, toilets and showers. hundreds have had to leave their homes and have been a lot of tissues with you. told they won't be able to go back a p pa re ntly a lot of tissues with you. apparently it will make you weep. until at least the middle that might be good for me. clear my of the week. more than 50 million people eye out. you can't see my bad eye, were left without electricity across south america, after an unprecedented blackout left can you, you are on the good side. a large portion of the continent in the dark. the entire population of argentina was left
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without power for several hours, i'm just going to sit here and with the blackout also spreading conduct all of my interviews this into neighbouring uruguay, paraguay and parts of chile. way. sally. sally has all the sport the argentine president mauricio macri has said the power cut will be todayit way. sally. sally has all the sport today it looks lovely where you are, thoroughly investigated. sally. there are a few weeping eyes those are some of the main stories around here. i don't know how bad yours is but there was not a dry eye but let us also tell you about this. in the house here yesterday because we we re in the house here yesterday because we were to talking to andy murray about his return to competitive the much anticipated fourth tennis. at the australian open and final toy story film had its premiere last night. tom hanks, who has been the voice of cowboy woody since 1995, earlier this year he said himself in was one of the stars on the red carpet in london's leicester square. a press co nfe re nce earlier this year he said himself in a press conference he did not know if he would ever play competitive the film is released in cinemas tennis again. well, it will happen this week he will play here in the across the uk on friday. doubles on wednesday. he is very much looking forward to it but he a p pa re ntly apparently it is a weepy one. you definitely need to prepare, very sad has also been talking to me about i believe. it is always embarrassing his recovery from chronic pain and how that affected mental health and when you go see a children's film a couple of surprising new hobbies. and you sit there crying. here he is. sally's at the queen's club for us this morning and has quite the trophy for us. look at it! this is the queens club trophy.
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what is lifelike now pain—free? it quite precious indeed. andy murray's is significantly better. i am doing name is on it five times. his lots of things that i certainly would not have been doing six months doubles partner, feliciano lopez, is there in 2017. some interesting ago, playing golf, escape rooms, names and a lot of history. and ten spending more time with friends. you yea rs names and a lot of history. and ten years ago he won his first title seems the prize by that —— seemed here and he is back, making his comeback here in the doubles this surprised by that? what are they? week after a hugely traumatic hip they sound like my worst nightmare. surgery. we have heard him talk i love them. so get locked in a about how much pain he has been in room? locked in a room... i have and how it affected his mood and mental health. he said the days were been doing this with friends and very long because his hip was giving family, locked in a room and you try him so much pain and it restricted to escape within an allotted time. his life. we spoke to him yesterday is it about strategy? i would never and he told us that surgery has now put a smile back on his face. have done anything like that a few days before a tournament before because my hip would hurt and when i finished practising i would just wa nt to what is life like now pain—free? finished practising i would just want to sit with my feet up and dressed. now i can do all that it is significantly better. stuff. it is nice. at the worst i am doing lots of
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things that i certainly would not have been doing six months ago, playing golf, escape rooms, spending point, how tricky was life for you? more time with friends. people who have had arthritic hips will know how difficult it can be. i you seem surprised by that? what are escape rooms? probably did not realise it at the they sound like my worst nightmare. time but how unhappy it can make you as well and how long and tiring some i love them. of the days can feel. what is it so you get locked in a room? locked in a room... like at home? you have two young children. for the surgery were you i guess you can do it with anyone. able to engage as much as you wanted i have been doing with them? i was able to engage with this with friends and family, locked in a room and you try to escape them it was just more tiring and within an allotted time. is it about strategy? also it was harder to enjoy. when we i would never have done anything like that a few days before a tournament before go to soft play places and stuff because my hip would hurt like that and i had to get down on and when i finished practising i would just want to sit with my my knees and crawl, it was so feet up and rest. now i can do all that stuff. uncomfortable. but i had to do it. i it is nice. wa nted uncomfortable. but i had to do it. i wanted to do it, to spend time with the kids but i like to go down slides and stuff and climbing up at the worst point, how
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tricky was life for you? things and, yeah, i don'tjump into people who have had arthritic hips the ball pit so much. let's talk will know how difficult it can be. i probably did not realise it at the time but how unhappy it can about queen's club. you are paired make you as well and how with feliciano lopez. how is that long and tiring some of the days can feel. dynamic working? i know you love him. i like him a lot. we got on what is it like at home? well since i first came on the tour. you have two young children. before the surgery were you able we practice together quite a bit. we to engage as much as you wanted never play doubles with each other with them? i was able to engage with them it was just more tiring and also it was harder to enjoy. before but i want to enjoy time on when we go to soft the court. he is a good grasscourt play places and stuff player. what is your mother said like that and i had to get down about that? i haven't spoken to her on my knees and crawl, it was so uncomfortable. about that? i haven't spoken to her about it. perhaps she loves him more than you do? she definitely loves but i had to do it. him more than i do, that is for i wanted to do it, sure. it is fantastic to see you to spend time with the kids but i like to go down back. are you surprised to see slides and stuff and climbing up things and, yeah, i don'tjump yourself here? are you surprised to be here at this point? a little bit into the ball pit so much. surprised. we thought that may be playing some doubles would be a good let's talk about queen's club. way to kind of prepare me for
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you are paired with feliciano lopez. singles and also test my hip to see how is that dynamic working? i know you love him. what it is like in a match situation. is obviously is not —— i like him a lot. not as much movement in doubles. we got on well since i first came on the tour. when i play at home the support has we practice together quite a bit. a lwa ys when i play at home the support has always been brilliant here. we never play doubles hopefully when we get out on the with each other court here it will be the same before but i want to enjoy time on the court. he is a good grasscourt player. again. very interesting to see him what is your mother said about that? i haven't spoken to her about it. so relaxed. and you could tell he perhaps she loves him more than you do? she definitely loves him more was happy because he was pain—free. in the american gary woodland has than i do, that is for sure. won his first major title at golf‘s in le at golf‘s it is fantastic to see you back. us open at pebble beach. england'sjustin rose had are you surprised to see yourself here? been just a shot off the lead are you surprised to be at the start of the final here at this point? a little bit surprised. we thought that may be playing some round but his challenge faded doubles would be a good in california with five bogeys. way to kind of prepare me rose last won a major six years ago. for singles and also test my hip to see what it is like in a match situation. when you look at it you need to reflect a nd when you look at it you need to reflect and ask how you can get obviously there is not as much
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better. there is no use letting it hurt too much. it hurts if you make movement in doubles. when i play at home the support has always been brilliant here. a mistake at the death. the way it hopefully when we get out happened to me today... i am proud on the court here it will be the same again. of the fact that i even gave myself a chance. 25,000 packed into old trafford and there was a global television audience of over a billion for the cricket world cup match between india and pakistan. our sports correspondent andy iamjoined i am joined now by the tournament swiss was at the game. if you wondered exactly how much this game means, well, here's your answer. director. we have just i am joined now by the tournament director. we havejust heard i am joined now by the tournament director. we have just heard andy murray talk about the support, the for india and pakistan fans, crowd and how important that is. i all roads led to manchester. imagine andy murray in the crowd he whatever their transport, brings is important for you as well. theyjust had to be there. absolutely. we have been blessed you to have the greatest tennis layer of this means a lot for us. we are from india, only to watch the match. all time coming back to this only to win the match! it's more than a cricket tournament. he is our record champion and he brings a lift to the match, this is war! place when he is here. at any point no, it's the biggest match in the world. we re place when he is here. at any point were you worried that he may not be any sport, you can't beat it. ready in time? all of us are massive the best part of a million people had applied for tickets, with an estimated billion watching on tv. talk about pressure. fa ns ready in time? all of us are massive fans of tennis and massive fans of
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andy murray and back injanuary, for but from the off, india didn't eve ryo ne andy murray and back injanuary, for everyone it was uncertain what the seem to be feeling it — future was for him. but we are the favourites off to a flyer. a brilliant century from rohit sharma, before virat kohli showed why absolutely delighted to see him back and so relaxed and happy to be playing tennis again. the he is officially the world's best. anticipation ahead of that match on he hit 77 until his wednesday out on centre court is bizarre dismissal. he thought he'd nicked it. replays showed he hadn't. huge. queens is the run into frustrated, just a little. pakistan needed 337 wimbledon and the start of the grasscourt season. everything looks but it seems they might amazing here. what is the atmosphere have a chance. like for people who have not been lucky enough to come here? it is when he went for 62 the rest very posh, isn't it? we prefer to tumbled around him. not even a rain say that we are a premier intimate delay rescued them as under the floodlights india wrapped up the emphatic win. event. it is all about creating a great platform for a festival of after a ll tennis and we're lucky to have so after all the anticipation this was many of the best players in the ultimately one—sided. world coming back on so people want to come and watch. it is finally, an exciting week and one that the players really want to win. we have had some of the best players who the tournament favourites usa have ever played coming back here
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are through to the last 16 of the women's world cup year after year it will be a big after beating chile 3—0 competition this year as well. great in paris. to talk to you. thank you very much indeed. moving on now. let's talk about the golf. justin rose had a they didn't quite hit the heights nightmare. the american gary woodland has of tuesday's 13—0 win won his first major title at golf‘s over thailand but it was a good day us open at pebble beach. for their veteran striker carli england'sjustin rose had been just a shot off the lead lloyd. she scored twice and became the first person to score six at the start of the final round but his his challenge faded consecutive world cup goals. sweden are also through in california with five bogeys. to the knockout stages rose last won a major six years ago. with a comfortable 5—1 win against thailand. but there was a great moment as thailand scored their first goal at a world cup and you can see just how much it meant to their manager. when you look at it you need to reflect and ask how the chelsea manager, you can get better. maurizio sarri, has left the club there is no use letting afterjust one season to join it hurt too much. the italian champions, juventus. it hurts if you make sarri led chelsea to third a mistake at the death. in the premier league and won the way it happened to me today... the europa league. i am proud of the fact that i even the club's record goalscorer frank lampard, curently the derby county manager, gave myself a chance. 25,000 packed into old trafford is favourite to take over. and there was a global television audience of over fernando alonso claimed a billion for the cricket world cup back—to—back wins at the le mans 24—hour race. match between india and pakistan. the toyota crew, who took the lead with an hour to go, were also crowned the world endurance champions. the weather played it's part
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the race was watched but couldn't stop india storming to an emphatic 89 run victory. our sports correspondent andy by over 250,000 spectators. swiss was at the game. my my goodness. many of you have been watching sport over the weekend. one if you wondered exactly how much this game means, well, here's your answer. thing might have gotten in the way, for india and pakistan fans, a little bit of bad weather. i'm all roads led to manchester. whatever their transport, joined now by my friend carol. theyjust had to be there. this means a lot for us. welcome back. thank you. it is we are from india, only to watch the match. lovely to be back. did you know in only to win the match! it's more than a cricket match, this is war! the next few days, we have been talking about andy murray returning no, it's the biggest to play doubles. there is a chance match in the world. any sport, you can't beat it. he may play his brother this week. the best part of a million people 7! had applied for tickets, he may play his brother this week. ?! really? who does his mother with an estimated billion watching on tv. talk about pressure. but from the off, india didn't support? jamie or andy? whoever she seem to be feeling it — the favourites off to a flyer. a brilliant century supports somebody will win and that is good news. andy has won five from rohit sharma, before times here, hasn't he? yes. he has won plenty of times and his name is virat kohli showed why he is officially the world's best. on the list that you did itjamie he hit 77 until his has won in the doubles, however. you bizarre dismissal. know more than me. you can catch he thought he'd nicked it.
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replays showed he hadn't. coverage on bbc two at one o'clock frustrated, just a little. today with sue barker. the weather pakistan needed 337 but it seems they might have a chance. when he went for 62 the rest is not so lovely today. tumbled around him. the forecast is heavy and thundery not even a rain delay rescued them with hail but there will be some sunshine around. not a particularly as under the floodlights india cold start to the day for most of us either. although if you hang around wrapped up the emphatic win. after all the anticipation, outside you may feel that we bit this was ultimately one—sided. nippy and the temperatures will tell reporter's voice is you otherwise. we have a weather front careering southwards across parts of england and wales bringing some rain and we also have some drowned out by cheering. heavy country downpours and gusty wind across scotland and northern ireland. into the afternoon you can the tournament favourites usa are through to the last 16 see we're looking at them. by then, of the women's world cup after beating chile 3—0 northern largely dry in the in paris. north—west may catch an odd rumble they look in fantastic form. of thunder. into wales it is more they didn't quite hit the heights patchy in nature. temperatures of tuesday's 13—0 win over thailand but it was a good day for their veteran striker carli
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lloyd. she scored twice and became the first person to score six consecutive world cup goals. sweden are also through to the knockout stages with a comfortable 5—1 win against thailand. ranging from 12 in the north to but there was a great moment as thailand scored their first goal maybe 20, 22 in any sunshine in the at a world cup and you can see just how much it meant to their manager. south—east. showers will fade and the chelsea manager, maurizio sarri, has left the club afterjust one season to join the italian champions, some mist and fog and the coast and juventus. sarri led chelsea to third in the premier league and won the europa league. _by some mist and fog and the coast and the club's record goalscorer —— by the end of the night a new frank lampard, curently weather front coming in across the derby county manager, western scotland in the north—west of northern ireland will be bringing in some rain. as a result it will not be particularly cold. tomorrow, that rain coming in across scotland is favourite to take over. and northern ireland moves eastwards, turning or showering as it does so. for the rest of the uk, we will keep you posted on that if we here anymore through the morning to that is just about it from me the cloud breaking up will see sunny spells but then we start to see some this morning. and now for the person showery outbreaks of rain, heavy at you have been waiting for. everyone times coming up from the south. in is expecting so randy murray. we don't him as well! —— everyone is fa ct, times coming up from the south. in fact, the met office has a weather warning out for this. it runs from 1800 on tuesday until 2100 on wednesday. and we could have some
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expecting sir andy murray. yesterday torrential rain at times. we could he was practising with bob bryan, have as much is 50 millimetres in some part. once again there is the andy's inspiration because he has already played with a metal hip. and risk of some localised flooding but i will keep you posted on that as we he began to think that yesterday was the first time to players playing on go through the next few days. we can the first time to players playing on the practice court, both with metal hips. this morning, it is fair here see it as breezy behind you at the and not too bad at all. through the moment where you are. course of the day there is only a small chance of a shower. hopefully we will get plenty of lay in and you can see full coverage on bbc two at it wasn't difficult to spot one o'clock. today, for many of us there was a major ingredient missing from last night's first televised conservative leadership debate — we're looking at heavy downpours and it was of course, the front some showers. there is some sunshine runner, boris johnson. but that didn't stop the five in the forecast as well. remaining candidates setting out their stalls and clashing over brexit. bye for now. just a second, michael. we must need to give us the best shot... we it is currently producing rain. cannot leave, we cannot leave. you said you would take no deal off the behind it, the heavy thundery ta ke said you would take no deal off the take — make table. element i will downpours are likely to be across
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scotla nd downpours are likely to be across scotland and northern ireland. around them, it will be gusty. dusty defend our democracy! we don't particularly through scotland. —— deliver on democracy by trashing democracy. we are not selecting a gusty. a chance of a shower in the dictator of our country, we are north—west of england and the weather front from yorkshire, the selecting a prime minister! we're not going to get a different from midlands and to wales, will be europe. you, me, jeremy and sajid, weakening and turning showery in nature. south of that again into southern england, the southwest, you are not going to get any changes east anglia, the south—east. largely out of europe. that's a bit of the dry, variable cloud, some sunnis cloud does make some sunny skies. —— tone of the debate. let's speak now to the conservative commentator, alex deane, whojoins us now some sunny skies. generally from our westminster studio. speaking, we're looking at between obviously, they had a blank podium 12 and roughly 18 or 19. through with nobody there. borisjohnson did not turn up for this debate. what's this evening and overnight, while many showers will tend to fade, there will be cloud around. mist fog going on? i don't think he did around the southwest. more rain himself any favours. you often get this to and fro in campaigns and often the front runner technically thinks they are better sitting out across western scotland and the debate. when somebody empty north—western parts of northern chairs you, it looks bad. while ireland. as a result, it won't be jamie hunt has done little worse particularly cold. tomorrow, we than he would have expected to, the start off with the rain and as it killer line on the night about iris
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moves eastwards, it will turn more was if you can't face by people showery in nature. for england and within your own party, how are you wales, after a cloudy start, brighter breaks will develop but supposed to face labour people from later on in the day, we will also brussels? —— boris. see some heavy showers coming up supposed to face labour people from brussels? -- boris. what about the performance of the rest of them? for from the south. it will feel humid in the south tomorrow as well with remainers, rory stewart has been temperatures around about 21 catnip to the anti— tories. for degrees. it was a leather —— there those people who actually have a isa degrees. it was a leather —— there is a yellow weather warning for some vote in this thing, either in the house of commons or in the country, for me, the stand out was dominic torrential downpours. some parts could see 50 millimetres which could raab who has a real answer on lead to localised flooding. at the brexit. i went into that debate moment, it is anywhere in the line from east yorkshire, down towards thinking he was going to do well and icame thinking he was going to do well and i came out certain on it. is that dorset and all points east. it might drift further west. we will keep you because of your particular view on posted about that as we go through brexit? know, its more specific than that. the tory patch —— party in the today and also, tomorrow. country is not going to elect a remainder. in the final two, if we have a leaner definite lever and a remainder, the remainder is there is across britain, people are spending a show pony to let boris go through more of their money on vegan
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products and plant—based diets are trending online. and be leader of the conservative major supermarkets and fast food chains are catching on and stocking up on their vegan—friendly ranges. party and therefore our prime sean's at a meat—free food factory this morning looking at how minister pulled up that can't be businesses are adapting. right, it is not a real choice. the real focus is going to be who goes into that final round with boris and good morning, if you can hear me. for me, is clearly dominic raab. —— they have two different good morning, if you can hear me. good morning. good morning. you can personalities. what is the chance of see the occasional purple bag going that actually being the case? from by, full of corn fillets is what they would like to call it. a big your point of view? it has got to be tactical. there are people like me controversy they would like to call it. a big co ntrove rsy over they would like to call it. a big controversy over what you are who want that kind of result, urging allowed to call this. huge growth in embers of parliament who voted for boris in the first round, to lend the amount of the again, meat free their votes to dominic raab so he food we are considered —— consuming can leapfrog jeremy hunt in the second and third round. that is and you don't need to be vegan to possible. erin mind, the front that. we are seeing a lot of meat runner in tory races almost never free alternatives at the moment. win. —— bear in mind. the way you what is it going to look like in the vote in the first round won't dictate the way you vote in the yea rs what is it going to look like in the years to come? we have morgan with next. it sounds like it is not fair us. thank you forjoining us here this morning. plenty of meat free but that is how it is. how much alternatives whizzing by in the back. you look at the future of negotiation is going on food. what kind of thing that we are
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behind—the—scenes between each candidate and their supporters? there is some jockeying and other campaigns have suggested other not seen much of at the minute, we're going to see more of? we are campaigns have suggested other campaigns have suggested other campaigns have promised peoplejobs going to see more texture. the and so forth. the main thing is how cheapest and easiest way to do that people think the candidates are is our. it is great. things like performing, who has a sense of momentum? michael gove did a little worse than he would have expected. maybe avocado that we don't some of them vote — make some of particularly like because it is them who would have voted for slimy, you can put air in it and michael gove in the first round publicly pledged to do so before make it crunchy so we are changing this bump in the cocaine issue. —— what we already know that making something different. interesting. we are seeing a lot of rands feeling some of them. there is quite a lot like they are doing something that is futuristic. you might have a meat of play for those voters and people free alternative in a sausage roll. talking about why they should vote are we going to see them go even more nonmeat. we are seeing plant for their candidates instead. the —based eating on the increase and by other focus has been on the candidates who have dropped out and where their support goes to. in the first section of this, we know mps 2030, that will be so commonplace that may be a lot of the typical will be voting and then it goes out to the wider conservative party. fast food chains will have either what about the wider audience and separated into the vegan version of how important is it that, for their own chain or perhaps selling
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within house. the thing is, a lot of vegans don't want to have a meat free alternative in a plate that —— example, the five of them appeared place that sells meat so we will see last night, are they trying to appeal to the wider general public? that separated. know, the electorate right now is a stage i and stage ii, the members of the conservative party in the country. of course, wider public opinion matters but if you want to thanks, morgan. we will have a look win this contest, those other two at what these producers are. we audiences you need to appeal to. i suppose a brutal tactician would be well, we can try to fix public can't take a fresh food into those opinion later but right now, these are the electoral colleges you need areas. understandably, you can to convince. thank you for speaking imagine, a meat free place like to convince. thank you for speaking to us this morning. we are speaking this, you can't just to us this morning. we are speaking to rex at minister and borisjohnson imagine, a meat free place like this, you can'tjust go eating stuff willy—nilly. i have to take the coat backup. —— brexit minister. off. i'm going to have a wander and talk to the head of innovation at across britain, people are spending more of their money on vegan products and plant—based diets kfc. jack, you have got here the are trending online. major supermarkets and fast food chains are catching on and stocking up on their vegan—friendly ranges. kind of stuff you will be rolling sean's at a meat—free food factory this morning looking at how businesses are adapting. out. this is not chicken in your burger, this is some corn produce we will see manufactured here. what is it about the changing market at the minute that has meant you have gone for some of these instead of chicken fillets ? for some of these instead of chicken fillets? now is the right time to i think he is appropriately dressed.
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sean? give vegans, vegetarians and those it is very loud in here. i willjust that are reducing the amount of meat stay here while i tell you a little they are looking for in their diet, bit about the size of this market. they are looking for in their diet, the opportunity to try original recipe. you have got here, to a lot they will be a few veggie sausages being eaten here this morning because it has grown from being 60% of people, it would look similar to of new foods in the uk being bacon, to 22% new figures this morning. —— vagain. —— what you get already but you have decided to go for corn, micro protein, that is fermented fungi. there are lots of meat free alternatives out there, what is it to 22% new figures this morning. —— v again. —— being vegan. this corn about what fermented fungi does that means you have thought this is what factory is cashing in on the meat customers will want? they are real experts — make experts in creating free alternative. it is being fed products but they also replicate the flavour and texture of chicken. are through, frozen behind there which is where it gets really noisy and we kidding ourselves? people that cold and goes out onto supermarkets think they are going meat free for and also new brands. we are seeing health purposes, you won't do that the likes of burger king and kfc at kfc, are you? if something is deep—fried and you are having it with chips, is not for health starting to use these products because many more are eating it. reasons? good morning. keeping an eye on the we are doing it to create choice. we con fillets. absolutely. the change, have things well below public health
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from last year to this year. in england's recommendations. where do terms of the vegan foods we are eating, not necessarily the amount you see this going? you are of us who are vegan. we are only trialling this at the minute but has there been a specific change that getting people who are actually you have seen in the numbers that have made you think that now is the vegan getting people who are actually vegan as getting people who are actually vegan as 2% but we are getting one time? we have been talking about meat free alternatives for years in three consumers telling us they why? —— why now? are actively reducing their meat consumption which is big. when you think about the opportunity to sell on shelf for different bad —— a lot have tried and purchased a brands. do you see a difference between processed stuff, like bees, fully vegetarian main meal. now is the time but we're not about change and people going for natural, more our name from kfc to kfe. we will be plant —based foods? and people going for natural, more plant -based foods? we are seeing both of them grow. that is what is looking a bit later about how this exciting about this industry at the moment. you are getting meat stuff is made. the consequences for substitutes growing and what they are doing is looking at the ourselves and what we get in our fast food joints. formulations of their products and thank you very much, sean. making them more natural, trying to sell with a more natural recipe and positioning. we are seeing really if i asked you what the most over—used word was what
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would you say? great brands coming out like michael wicked kitchen. it might not have a meat substitute but vegetables. —— well according to one newspaper it's ‘like' and apparently some of us massively overuse it. in fact in one programme — currently on our screens — wicked kitchen. there will be some ‘like' has been known to be used a whopping 76 times within five minutes — just in case you're more coming through in a moment. wondering that's love island. massive growth across the whole so a primary school in bradford is asking pupils to park the word industry. people looking to go for and broaden their meat alternatives. your myco vocabularies — like. what are your sentence fillers? protein, can you explain to people you can email us at what that is. what are we seeing going past this morning? we use an bbcbrea kfast@bbc. co. uk or share your thoughts with other viewers on our facebook page. age—old process of fermentation to and you can tweet about today's stories make pro —— protein, quite like using the hashtag bbcbreakfast — or follow us for the latest brora. we are shaping it into a from the programme. lots of people are getting in touch chicken fill it, for example. —— like a brewery. is a different kind about this this morning. basically, literally. i don't use the word park. can you park that
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of market? it is clearly processed food we are seeing here, for that thought? i used to work with somebody who used to always take and vegetarian, vegan market, but those we bottomed this one out. i don't know why. who are going for more vegetables, zena says she hates the word not just no meat. grandkids, they are not billy goats, they are grandchildren. who are going for more vegetables, notjust no meat. most of our consumers are just cutting down on meat. theyjust want to eat less meat. theyjust want to eat less meat. a lot of them are concerned about their health and eating too tony thinks "y'know" much meat and also increasingly concerned about the impact of climate does make on the climate. should be banned! could it become a challenge ——on the climate. could it become a challenge joyce gets agitated when others with the emphasis on non— processed call people "guys". food? people and finally kim thinks the word with the emphasis on non— processed food ? people don't with the emphasis on non— processed food? people don't really know about the consequences but you are "amazing" is over used. processed food, are you happy to battle with that? i think it is thank you very much for getting in touch, everybody. iam running a little survey and i'm not sure how important people understand the food well it is going. to make nearly 50% they eat, any food that is produced of people hate the word like. your by millions of packs a week is going to have some degree of processing. children went through a like phase even a loaf of brown bread will be but they have, for those of you who
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have moved on... if you are worried processed. our protein is very high your kids won't stop saying it, they quality and we have done research with the university that says it has have moved through it. primary the same muscle building qualities and eating meat. if people were school is park and answers to a doing it for protein reasons, sentence which is like, ijust said actually, there is more protein as a proportion in a chicken breast then there would be in one of these like to haven't i? just nice. one word answers to westerns will. they fillets. they would be a little bit are trying to ban that as well stop more protein but there is more fibre we are agitated at what other people and no cholesterol and there is no say. we have andy murray coming in. fat. that is why we see so many we will also talk about a programme consumers coming over here. plenty more coming. don't worry. business called adolf island. i can always tell when you like something because the first thing you talk about was is still going. lots of things to talk about this morning. a big this programme which. .. question we will get into later, what is a sausage? politicians will be debating that this week. we will it isa get into what we will call these it is a programme about what happened during nazi occupation on things. that is one of the loudest this island and they have tried to outside broadcast we have ever had. find out exactly what happened and there were camps there and how many people that might have died and they interesting debate about what a
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sausage is. things that matter. one have used new technology to look beneath the ground to find out what happened. also in the programme, a thing we will be talking about later on isa thing we will be talking about later on is a programme we will be looking at witches looking at what happened big supporter of boris johnson happened. also in the programme, a on the in ireland during world war big supporter of borisjohnson in the conservative leadership debate and michael gove will be with us at 830 this morning. element lots to look forward to. —— lots to look ii. we will be speaking to an forward to. archaeologist who found unmarked time now to get the news, travel and weather where mass burials and new evidence of you are. nazi war crimes on british soil. we good morning from bbc london news, are uncovering that and it is an interesting report, particularly i'm tolu adeoye. police have launched a murder because many people that she investigation in stratford after a 40—year—old man died of stab encountered on the island didn't wa nt to wounds in the early hours encountered on the island didn't want to talk about it. we will talk of this morning. to her a little bit later. also, a it comes after a weekend of violence in the capital which saw three murders in wandsworth, school in bradford has asked people plumstead and tower hamlets — including two teenagers. the us president donald trump criticised mayor sadiq khan to park the word "like". thank you on twitter about the violence. more electric charging points are going to be installed for your suggestions of words you across the capital to make it easier would like to get rid of. "so" is on for drivers to top up. the number of electric vehicles in london is forecast to grow from just over twenty thousand
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the list and obviously and to more than 145 thousand by 2025. plans, which will be announced by the mayor today, include simplyfying the way people basically. other people have sent can ask for new charging points from local authorities. m, basically. other people have sent in, "you know what i mean?" and literally. used the word apparently a lot the beginning. sometimes you get a word in your head and you train driving has been found to be one of the least diverse can't get rid of it. a lot of people professions. new research by the aslef union shows drivers are 94% male and 92% white — use it on television, the word, with 85% over the age of 35. "indeed". indeed. indeed. the study looks at what can be done to make the people at the front of the train more representative of passengers. good morning from bbc this industry is really dominated by, obviously, white males. and i believe it is an industry that london news, i'm tolu adeoye. people from ethnic minorities feel police have launched a murder they don't have a chance to get investigation after a 40 year old man died of stab wounds involved, but i believe they do. but it's how companies do recruit in the early hours of this morning. and i believe if they recruit it comes after a weekend of violence and target these individuals, which saw three murders across the capital in wandsworth, plumstead and tower hamlets — including two teenagers. the us president donald trump then we can get them in.
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criticised mayor sadiq khan on twitter about the violence. let's take a look at the travel situation now. there's a good service on the tubes this morning. finally, there is no service on the woolwich ferry today because of industrial action. in stratford: part of west ham lane is sealed off for a murder investigation. westminster bridge road is closed southbound from waterloo to lambeth north for repairs more electric charging points to a burst water main. are going to be installed across the capital to and make it finally, there is no service easier for drivers to top up. on the woolwich ferry today because of industrial action. the number of electric vehicles now the weather with kate kinsella. in london is forecast to grow from just over 20,000 to more than 145 thousand by 2025. plans, which will be announced by the mayor today, include simplyfying the way people can request charging points from their local authority. good morning. train driving has been found to be it's a beautiful start one of the least out there this morning. diverse professions. new research by the aslef we have some blue sky and sunshine. union shows drivers the good news is, a brief bit are 94% male and 92% white — of respite, it should with 85% over the age of 35. today stay dry. there is a bit of high cloud the study looks at what can be done around so the sunshine turning hazy here and there. to make the people at the front patchy cloud later, of the train more but in the sunshine, it'll feel quite pleasant. quite a breezy day, representative of passengers. but despite that, temperatures still managing to get up to around this industry is really dominated 20, maybe 21 celsius. by, obviously, white males. overnight tonight, we'll have some and i believe it is an industry that lengthy clear spells. we have some quite humid air, people from ethnic minorities feel so feeling quite sticky overnight, they don't have a chance to get despite the clear skies. involved, but i believe they do. minimum temperature between nine and 13 celsius.
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so, for tomorrow morning, but it's how companies do recruit and i believe if they recruit it will be quite mild to start with. and target these individuals, a bright start again, some sunshine, but more cloud building in through the course of the day. the met office has a yellow weather warning which doesn't kick in until tomorrow evening but it's thunderstorms, then we can get them in. through tuesday evening, overnight, and through wednesday as well. heavy, potential torrential downpours for a time, lightening, maybe some hail mixed in, as well. temperatures staying warm and humid. let's take a look at the travel situation now. there's a good service on the tubes this morning. turning to the roads and: eversholt street remains closed next to euston station for repairs to a burst water main. ten bus routes are on diversion. in stratford: part of i'm back with the latest from bbc west ham lane is sealed off london in half an hour. for a murder investigation. westminster bridge road is closed now though it's back southbound from waterloo to dan and louise. to lambeth north for repairs bye for now. to a burst water main. finally, there is no service on the woolwich ferry today because of industrial action. now the weather with kate kinsella. good morning. it's a beautiful start out there this morning. we have some blue sky and sunshine. the good news is, a brief bit of respite, it should today stay dry. there is a bit of high cloud around so the sunshine
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turning hazy here and there. patchy cloud later, but in the sunshine, it'll feel quite pleasant. quite a breezy day, but despite that, temperatures still managing to get up to around 20, maybe 21 celsius. overnight tonight, we'll have some lengthy clear spells. we have some quite humid air, so feeling quite sticky overnight, despite the clear skies. minimum temperature between nine and 13 celsius. so, for tomorrow morning, it will be quite mild to start with. a bright start again, some sunshine, but more cloud building in through the course of the day. the met office has a yellow weather warning which doesn't kick in until tomorrow evening but it's thunderstorms, through tuesday evening, good morning, welcome to breakfast overnight, and through with dan walker and louise minchin. wednesday as well. heavy, potential torrential downpours for a time, our headlines today... lightening, maybe some hail mixed in, as well. temperatures staying warm and humid. there were sharp exchanges during the conservative leader i'm back with the latest from bbc debate over whether a no—deal brexit london in half—an—hour. could be achieved by october plenty more on our website but the favourite was missing. at the usual address. 00:59:58,532 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 bye for now. where is boris? if his team won't allow him out
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to debate with five pretty friendly colleagues, how will he fare with 27 european countries? protests in hong kong continue. organisers claim nearly 2 million people have turned out against a controversial extradition bill. good morning — the uk leads the world when it comes to new vegan products. new figures given to breakfast show they now make up nearly a quarter of all new foods, so i'm at a meat—free food factory this morning to see how businesses are adapting. i'm live here at queen's club, where andy murray makes his return to competitive tennis this week. he's been talking about how surgery has put a smile back on his face. he's been talking about how surgery has put a smile back on his facem wasn't living life like i wanted to. i would finish practising and just wa nt to i would finish practising and just want to have my feet up for the rest of the day and not do anymore. now i am doing all of the things i used
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enjoy doing. why it's looking dry on the terrace at queens and other parts of the country as well. but it's going to remain unsettled through this week, with thunderstorms across scotland and northern ireland and some patchy rain across central parts of england and wales. we will be back with more later. and has top gear still got plenty left in the tank? we'll get the original stig's verdict on the new line—up after last night's season premiere. it's monday the 17th ofjune. our top story... contenders seeking to replace theresa may as conservative leader have clashed over delivering brexit during the first live tv debate. the five mps argued over whether a new deal could be renegotiated with the eu, and the prospect of a no—deal brexit. meanwhile, the health secretary matt hancock, who pulled out of the race last week, has backed the frontrunner boris johnson for the top job. altogether, there are six candidates still in the running, but mrjohnson refused to take part in the channel 4 debate last night, prompting his rivals to claim
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he was ducking scrutiny. our political correspondent, ben wright, has more. six men are in the race to lead the conservative party... there were six podiums but only five candidates. the front runner to be the next prime minister, borisjohnson, decided this first tv debate would be too much of a scrum and skipped the chance to be interviewed. an absence easy to mock. where is boris? if his team won't allow him out to debate with five pretty friendly colleagues, how will he debate with 27 european countries? he should be here to answer that very question. these five are far behind mrjohnson in the battle to be one of the final two candidates who make it to a vote of the conservative party membership. unsurprisingly, brexit dominated the argument. we need to allow ourselves the best shot... we cannot leave...
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we can't leave unless parliament votes for it. you will buckle because you have shown you would take another extension, take no deal off the table. i will defend our democracy! you don't deliver on democracy by trashing democracy. we are not selecting a dictator of our country, we are selecting a prime minister. dominic raab was the only candidate who said he would be prepared to suspend parliament to get a no—deal brexit through. rory stewart was the only one who said that promises to renegotiate with the eu were a fantasy. we will not get a different deal. you and i, jeremy, sajid, have argued for that deal because it is a 550 page document worked out in detail. you will not get any changes. the takeaway was delivered to mrjohnson's house as the debate took off. but with a new endorsement from the health secretary matt hancock, not showing up has not slowed mrjohnson's momentum. so what happens next? tomorrow, conservative mps will vote for a second time —
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candidates need 33 votes to progress. that will be followed by a bbc leadership debate — which borisjohnson will take part in. a third, fourth and fifth ballot, if needed, will follow on wednesday and thursday. and once the final two candidates have been selected, the first hustings for conservative party members will get under way. the winner is expected to be announced in the week beginning 22nd july. let's speak to our political correspondentjessica parker who is in westminster for us this morning. jessica, i am sure you know as well, just to let our viewers know who might be switching on, we have james cleverly who is backing boris johnson coming up shortly, speaking to michael gove at about 8.30 this morning. how do you think the 5 that turned up came out from the channel 4 debate last night? it is always quite hard to pick a winner out of these debates, and there was the empty podium issue. borisjohnson not turning up, the front runner, so that changes the dynamic. all of the
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candidates reiterating the positions they have had before when it comes to brexit. boris johnson, they have had before when it comes to brexit. borisjohnson, yes, he didn't turn up, but overnight he secures yet another endorsement from the health secretary, matt hancock. now he won't necessarily carry over his 20 or so supporters behind boris johnson, in fact that is almost certainly not going to happen, however through this endorsement i think he does give a sense of boris johnson having a growing momentum, despite mrjohnson not turning up to last night's leadership debate. i think going forward there is this idea that may be borisjohnson's quest for number 10 is somehow unstoppable. but there is some way to go yet in this contest. we have mps ona to go yet in this contest. we have mps on a further ballot tomorrow, whittling down to two is the week goes on. then there is a month's worth of regional hustings among conservative party members, so there is some way to go yet. thank you very much. we will continue to do those interviews for you this morning. james cleverly in about ten
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minutes, and michael gove at 8.30. a renewed push for labour to back a second eu referendum will be made by the party's deputy leader tom watson. in a speech today to the centre for european reform mr watson will say labour's members and its values have always been pro—european and that the only way to break the brexit deadlock at westminster is to put the issue back to the people. a man, believed to be in his 40s, has been stabbed to death in london, the fourth killing in the capital since friday. he was found in a street in stratford, in the east of the city, in the early hours of this morning. a murder investigation is under way. people affected by flooding in the lincolnshire town of wainfleet have been told to avoid using washing machines, toilets and showers. hundreds have had to leave their homes and have been told they won't be able to go back until at least the middle of this week. nearly 2 million people are thought to have taken part in a mass protest in hong kong over the weekend against a controversial extradition bill.
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the masses turned out despite the suspension of the bill — which would allow extradition from hong kong to mainland china. let's get the latest from our china correspondent stephen mcdonnel who is there for us this morning. good morning to you. you are saying earlier that protesters have had a bit of a boost today? yes, absolutely. in the case of spectacular bad timing for the government and good timing for the government, the student leader, joshua wong has been released from the detention centre behind me and has announced he will go down to join the protesters that are still sitting on the streets, in the heart of hong kong. he called for the city's leader to resign and said there needed to be renewed efforts on behalf protesters to make sure that the government never introduces this bill that would mean extra additions to the chinese mainland.
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that movement was dying out, with only hundreds on the streets. a joshua wong's release has given it a boost, they say they will march to carrie lam's office this afternoon to ask for a meeting with her. i am sure that meeting —— i'm not sure the meeting will be able to take place, but it is attacking the government on two fronts, calls for carrie lam to resign and to announce there will be no extradition in the future to the chinese mainland. the boss of ethiopian airlines has hit back at claims his pilots should bear some of the blame for a crash of a boeing 737 max aircraft which killed 157 people earlier this year. senators in america have tried to push the blame on the pilots involved. boeing has said it will issue a software update to its 737 max aircraft. he doesn't have the facts on his hands when he said that. why on earth have they grounded 380
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air planes over the world? simple. the facts speak for itself. more than 50 million people were left without electricity across south america, after an unprecedented blackout left a large portion of the continent in the dark. the entire population of argentina was left without power for several hours, with the blackout also spreading into neighbouring uruguay, paraguay and parts of chile. the argentine president mauricio macri has said the power cut will be thoroughly investigated. two italians accused of posing as george clooney to carry out fraud have been arrested in thailand after years on the run. the pair, who've been nicknamed italy's bonnie and clyde, don't look like the hollywood star but are said to have used his name to promote a fake fashion business. that was slightly confusing, it looked like we were telling you that was the couple. it's not them. that was the couple. it's not them. that was actually the clunys. apologies
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for any confusion. it was a royal celebration for the duke and duchess of sussex as prince harry celebrated his first father's day. to mark the special moment, the parents released the first picture of one month old baby archie to the world. in the image, we get to see archie's face for the first time as he grips on to his dad's finger. it isa it is a beauty, isn't it. they're known as the green lungs of our towns and cities but parks across the country have suffered the brunt of council cuts in recent years. brea kfast‘s john maguire's at leazes park in newcastle for us this morning to find out how additional funding is breathing new life into our open spaces. morning, john. canada geese. quite a big flock of them this morning in london. carol has been telling us about the great weather across the country. a lovely
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lake, we have somebody fishing on the shore, and stjames's park behind us, right in the centre of newcastle. to give you an idea about the future park scheme across the country, we have bournemouth, christchurch, bristol, plymouth, birmingham, nottingham, cambridgeshire, camden and islington getting money to try to do new things to try to protect the parks for future things to try to protect the parks forfuture generations. i things to try to protect the parks for future generations. i went to the one in nottingham to see what they are up to. come on in, the water's lovely. in fact, it's a balmy 16 degrees. three times a week, this former gravel pit at colwick country park in nottingham is used and enjoyed by open water swimmers. tonight, there's even a group of the first timers. never really done open water, i don't really go swimming much. just have at entertaining events, so yeah, just want to get into it and jump in at the deep end, literally! you'll have a great time, thank you.
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nottingham is one of eight towns and cities across the uk successful in bidding for extra money for parks and green spaces. £11 million is being given by the national lottery and the national trust to help find these open areas. this money is really important because for the first time it will allow us to get the breathing space to think and research and develop new ideas for how we're going to manage our spaces in the future. so for instance, we'll be looking at new business opportunities. how we can create better facilities for our communities so we can have a cafe where the park runners can sit in afterwards, where families can go and enjoy themselves. it is a golden opportunity for us to plan notjust for tomorrow but for the next 20—30 years. such long—term strategies often fall foul of tightening council purse strings. but with an ever—increasing understanding of the physical and mental health benefits of open spaces, fresh air and these green lungs, are more important than ever. john maguire, bbc news, nottingham.
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victoria from future parks, and james, who runs the park in newcastle, it is not a great deal of money, what are the plans elsewhere? using a combination of grant from the heritage fund and expertise from the national trust, the eight local authorities are doing different things that work for their place in their community. in camden and islington it is a focus on health and well—being. new partnerships with gps, hospitals and health charities making parks health hubs. in bristol it is about innovation for the community, inviting people into make these places vibrant. ultimately, it is about a transformation in safeguarding the spaces so that they are vibrant, accessible, active places for further generations to come. so each pa rt further generations to come. so each part makes its own decisions. james, you run a trust that looks after all of the parks and allotments in newcastle. tell us why you decided to ta ke newcastle. tell us why you decided to take control from the council, and what your plans are for the
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future question of that's right, newcastle parks, a brand—new charity, it has never been tried anywhere in the country. we have taken anywhere in the country. we have ta ken over those parks anywhere in the country. we have taken over those parks and allotment sites ten weeks ago, and we want to make these places more vibrant, accessible, exciting, offera range of activities, health and recreation, in this very space we are hoping to launch a brand—new park run that is really about reigniting and reinvigorating the green spaces. thank you very much indeed. we've had a wonderful morning enjoying the weather in leazes park in newcastle. you really do get a sense of well—being. it sounds trite, i suppose, you could say, but it really is lovely to sit here and admire the scenery, relax, ta ke here and admire the scenery, relax, take a deep breath, do some live television. what could be more relaxing? it is lovely there. i love sitting in the park sometimes, watching the world go by. use it, i swim. with a
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sandwich. you're watching breakfast from bbc news. the headlines... boris johnson's leadership campaign has been given a boost as the health secretary matt hancock announces his support for him today. flood victims in lincolnshire are being urged to avoid using washing machines, toilets and showers — while hundreds of people have been forced to leave their homes i think there are weather warnings, carol? yes, a yellow warning for heavy, thundery downpours from tomorrow, six o'clock until wednesday nine o'clock in the evening. in queens it is dry, it is fresh, and breezy. you can see the cove rs a re fresh, and breezy. you can see the covers are off the court. it is set fair, only an isolated chance of a shower. there is a risk of heavy,
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thundery downpours later on tomorrow and wednesday. some showers are possible on thursday, saturday looked like being the driest day on the current thinking. for scotland and northern ireland, heavy thundery downpours, putting them in wales there is some rain in the forecast but a lot of us will stay dry. fairly cloudy at times with some sunshine. you can see where we have a showers across scotland and northern ireland, a week where the front moving south, anywhere from yorkshire to wales producing some rain. that will turn more patchy through the day. this afternoon, heavy, thundery showers with hail and gusty wind continuing across scotla nd and gusty wind continuing across scotland and also northern ireland. you could catch the odd thunderstorm across the north west of england, but most of northern ireland will be dry. a weather front still across yorkshire, down towards wales. really turning more showery, more patchy, not as much rain by the
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afternoon. south of that, we are looking at largely dry conditions, variable amounts of cloud and sunny skies. just a small chance of a shower. you will be unlucky if you do catch one. bridges ranging from 12 in the north to 20 or 22 in the south—east. —— temperatures. if you are in the sunshine, it will feel quite pleasant. through this evening and overnight, most of the showers will tend to fade. there will be a lot of cloud around. also some mist and fog around the coasts and hills in the south—west. by the end of the night, a new weatherfront in the south—west. by the end of the night, a new weather front is coming our way across western scotland and north—west england, introducing some rain. asa north—west england, introducing some rain. as a result of all of this, it's not going to be a particularly cold night in prospect. tomorrow, that rain in scotland and northern ireland moved eastwards, turning more showery as it does so. for england and wales, after the cloudy start with mist and fog, it will brighten up a touch. we will see some sunny spells developing. still a lot of cloud at times. through the day, especially in the afternoon, we will start to see some heavy,
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thundery showers coming up from the south. feeling humid in the south—east tomorrow, with temperatures up to 21. but again, the low to high teens elsewhere. just a reminder of what we were saying at the start of the forecast, there is a weather warning for heavy, thundery downpours, the risk of localised flooding. it is valid from eight o'clock on tuesday until nine o'clock in the evening on wednesday. areas covered are from yorkshire all the way down towards dorset and all points east. it could travel a little further west. i'll keep you updated as we get closer to it. thank you for talking us through that and warning us. he may be the front runner but borisjohnson has come under fire for not taking part in last night's first leadership debate. the five other contenders took part and were willing to address the elephant in the room. we've been talking about practical
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25 minutes now. where is boris? if his team won't allow him out to debate with five pretty friendly colleagues, how will he fare with 27 european countries? he should be here to answer that very question. applause let's put that point to james cleverly, one of mrjohnson's many supporters. as you know, it is very nice to speak to you this morning, but where is the man himself? why is he not here answering questions?” imagine he is probably doing what he has successfully been doing up until this point. gaining the support of members of parliament. those are the voters in the first stage of selection. and then what he has also been doing is speaking to conservative members, because they are the next voters in this election. he has been very successful at doing that. i mean last night we saw lord hogan howe endorsing him. he was the commission of the metropolitan police while boris was mayor of london, making
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reference to his record as mayor, and working together to bring down crime, violent crime and homicides in london. and matt hancock is endorsing him as well.” in london. and matt hancock is endorsing him as well. i fully understand he has a job to do in canvassing those conservative mps, but so does everybody else. well they should have been doing that. why is he ducking the debate? what he is doing is speaking to the people who actually have a vote in this election. as former deputy chairman of the conservative party, my advice to every candidate is talk to the people who have a vote. as i say, we have to make a very big endorsements yesterday —— we got two very big endorsements yesterday, from lord hogan howe and matt hancock. that is what you need to do to win this election. boris is doing the right thing. i don't think many people got anything out of the channel for debate. it's notjust a
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case of getting something out of the debate, this is about scrutiny. it is not just about debate, this is about scrutiny. it is notjust about being the leader of the conservative party, it is about leading the country. it is the prime ministerjob on the line. well, boris has absolutely put himself up for scrutiny. he did an interview with bbc radio four yesterday, he has been doing tv debates. there is a process here, and demonstrably getting this process right, which is why he got 140 vote in the first round, he has been talking to member is a parliament that have been scrutinising him on a one—to—one basis, asking him difficult technical questions about brexit, but his record in office, about his plans for the future, and in large pa rt plans for the future, and in large part they have been won over. which is why he is doing very well in this campaign. i completely understand why people like yourselves are saying he should come on tv programmes. there will be time for
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that at the appropriate time. but at the moment, the focus is on gaining the moment, the focus is on gaining the support of parliamentary colleagues. i want to show you a clipper, borisjohnson colleagues. i want to show you a clipper, boris johnson speaking colleagues. i want to show you a clipper, borisjohnson speaking to sky news last december. you mentioned that mrjohnson will participate in the bbc debate that ta kes pla ce participate in the bbc debate that takes place tomorrow. but he wasn't involved in the debate on channel 4. can we play the clip? i can tell you what he says, he says they are essential, the viewers and the public does need to see an interchange between their potential leaders. have we got it? we haven't got it. that is what he said. they are essential, the viewers in the public does need to see an interchange between those potential so he is sort of raking one of his own basic rules? no, because ultimately the parliamentary process distills the field down to two people that go out to the wider membership, and by extension to the country. at this point in the process , country. at this point in the process, it is about gaining support of members of parliament. that is what boris has been doing. he has
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been doing it very successfully. if he does get into the final two, which is what he is working towards, thatis which is what he is working towards, that is the appropriate point to have the wider conversation, both with conservative membership and to the country as a whole. what he is doing here is showing structural discipline, the organisational discipline, the organisational discipline that you require from a leader. you are doing the jobs you need to do in the order you need to do them. at the moment, it is about gaining support of members of parliament. he's been very successful in doing that. he is continuing to get that support, to doing it right. one of the other questions i would love to ask boris johnson, and i'm sure many interviewers would like to do that as well, if he was able to come forward for an interview, is to look at his record. one of the reasons, i am sure you are aware, people think he is not taking part in these interviews and debates because he is worried about the awkward questions, and he is worried about embarrassing himself when you ask about his record, about being sacked not once, but twice for lying, once as a journalist for making up a quote and once as a tory spokesman after
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misleading his party leader, michael howard, about an extramarital affair. now, politics is very much about trust, isn't it? trust and scrutiny. how can we trust somebody who we aren't able to scrutinise and ask about those things that he has donein ask about those things that he has done in the past, this man who wants to be prime minister?” done in the past, this man who wants to be prime minister? i have absolutely no doubt that when it comes to the second stage of this competition, boris will spend a lot of time talking about his record. because his record as mayor of london saw the homicide rate in london saw the homicide rate in london cut by half. his record also saw over £50 million spent on a bridge that was never built. hang on, tube delays cut by a third, we saw the london economy recovering under his watch from a historic downturn, the successful delivery of the 2012 olympic and paralympic games. his record as mayor is one that we collectively, as
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conservatives in london at the time, can be incredibly proud of. i have no doubt at all he will be talking an awful lot about his record in executive office, actually running stuff, and also winning elections against the odds, in 2012, when he won, and the conservatives were 17 points behind labour, and he went on to win. i have no doubt at all he will spend a lot of time talking about his record. we look forward to having the opportunity to ask him about his record. and in the next few minutes we will be speaking to one of those people that did take pa rt one of those people that did take part in the debate last night, michael gove, coming up shortly on brea kfast, michael gove, coming up shortly on breakfast, we have also been talking to andy murray. an exclusive interview coming up later on. sally was talking to him. and we are talking about greggs, which recently launched its own vegan sausage roll, and kfc now have a vegan offering, called the impostor. sean is in north yorkshire and has the outfit
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on. i am at north yorkshire and has the outfit on. iam ata north yorkshire and has the outfit on. i am at a very noisy factory. what you get here is an avalanche of quorn pellets tumbling down into purple bags, being packaged off all around the country. the meat free alternative market is growing very quickly. last year, about 15% of new foods in the uk were vegan, up until june, 22%. there was new figures this morning. more than 4 billion meals last year in the uk didn't have any meat in them, the vast majority of that was eaten by people who are not vegetarian or vegan. all morning we are looking at what next, what is a sausage, when can one be called a sausage? are these fillets or not? plenty of questions to be asked. now the news where you are.
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hello. signs the weather may improve as we go into the weekend but before, quite a bit of rainfall. not good news for the rivers have started to flood in parts of worcestershire, the midlands, lincolnshire as well. low pressure in charge of the weather. bringing weather fronts, this in charge of the weather. bringing weatherfronts, this particular in charge of the weather. bringing weather fronts, this particular cold front across the midlands, wales, northern england, giving us rain this morning. going to gradually move its way southwards, breaking up into showers this afternoon. some showers likely for the midlands but for the south—east, looking largely dry, lengthy spells of sunshine. looking further north, for scotland, frequent showers, heavy and thundery, some help mixed in. some really gusty winds especially in central and southern scotland during this afternoon. a rush of showers
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into northern ireland. around 16-18d. into northern ireland. around 16—18d. south and east where there is some time, temperature is 20—21d. low pressure still there tomorrow, keeping a close eye on this feature towards the bay of biscay. this low pressure moving north. throwing weather fronts northwards with it. i'll get on to what do in a moment but for tuesday, some showers for scotla nd but for tuesday, some showers for scotland and northern ireland. dry for many of us, sunny spells, later in the day heavy showers moving the south—east. dealing quite warm, quite muggy. temperatures for many in the mid to high teens, low 20s in the south—east, as showers moving, thundery, as much as 15—50 millimetres of rain across the south—east. if it's anything like 50 millimetres that will add to the excessive rainfall we've had over the last week. you can see thundery
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showers moving northwards, keeping a close eye on that, it could add on to localised flooding as we go into the early hours of wednesday. tending to clear away into the north sea. further north and west some sunny spells, the rain and showers across the west of scotland and northern ireland, feeling quite warm and muggy during wednesday, maximum temperatures between 17 and 22—23d in the south—east. more rain in the forecast. by the weekend some improvements possible. goodbye. there are live from bbc news. we will be live at the paris air show shortly. aviation versus facing the turbulence of trade tensions and safety concerns. from london, that's the top story on monday the 17th of
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june. the pilots of the ethiopian airlines plane that crashed in march with the loss of everyone on board were not at fault. the airlines chief executive tells the bbc criticism of the cross actions is seriously misinformed. also in the programme, the wife of callas government
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