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good morning, welcome to breakfast, with louise minchin and dan walker. 0ur headlines today: borisjohnson will try again today to win support for a december general election, despite mps rejecting his plan yesterday. a damning report into the grenfell tower disaster — london fire brigade's response is described as wholly inadequate and lives could have been saved if the building good morning, welcome to breakfast, had been evacuated sooner. with louise minchin and dan walker. our headlines today: two british men have been seriously injured in a shark attack a damning report into in australia. the grenfell tower disaster — london fire brigade‘s response the plastic straw of is described as wholly inadequate the fashion industry — 100 million hangers are thrown away and lives could have been saved if the building every year in the uk. had been evacuated sooner. french fashion designer, and favourite of meghan markel, borisjohnson will try says he has the answer. again today to win support i've been speaking to him. for a december general election, despite mps rejecting his plan yesterday. beware of the boks — jonny wilkinson is urging england two british men have been not to get over—confident ahead of the rugby world cup final, seriously injured in a shark attack saying south africa in australia. are incredibly dangerous. the plastic straw of the fashion industry — good morning from westonbirt 100 million hangers are thrown away arboretum where we are enjoying the every year in the uk.
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french fashion designer, and favourite of meghan markel, says he has the answer. time nor colours. a chilly and i've been speaking to him. frosty start with a lot of sunshine beware of the boks — but rain in the south—west and in jonny wilkinson is urging england not to get over—confident ahead the north and east a few showers. i of the rugby world cup final, saying south africa are incredibly dangerous. will have more in 15 minutes. good morning. we're here to see the it's tuesday, october 29th. our top story: the london fire brigade has been condemned for systematic failures autumnal colours, some of them in its response to the grenfell tower fire, in a report into the disaster behind me. mostly dry with a chilly which claimed 72 lives. the inquiry found that fewer people would have died if the building had been evacuated sooner. start. some sunshine but rain in the the full report will be published tomorrow but the bbc has seen south—west and showers in the north its conclusions. our special correspondent, lucy manning, reports. and east. i will have more in 15 the families of those who died at grenfell, and the survivors, have waited more minutes. than two years for this report, which heavily criticises it's tuesday, october 29th. our top story: the london fire brigade. the london fire brigade has been condemned for systematic failures it says its preparation and planning in its response to the grenfell tower fire, for a fire such as grenfell in a report into the disaster was wholly inadequate. which claimed 72 lives. the inquiry found that fewer people it concludes that if the fire would have died if the building brigade had made an earlier decision had been evacuated sooner. to evacuate the building rather the full report will be published tomorrow but the bbc has seen than telling residents to stay put, its conclusions. it's likely more lives our special correspondent,
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would have been saved. lucy manning, reports. the report praises the extraordinary the families of those who died at grenfell, courage of firefighters and the survivors, have waited more on the night, but than two years for this report, identifies many failures. which heavily criticises there were serious deficiencies in command and control, the london fire brigade. inadequate training, it says its preparation and planning for a fire such as grenfell was wholly inadequate. problems dealing with 999 calls, it concludes that if the fire brigade had made an earlier decision basic information on the building was missing to evacuate the building rather and the communication systems didn't work fully. than telling residents to stay put, the london fire brigade commissioner, dany cotton, is personally criticised. it's likely more lives would have been saved. the report praises the extraordinary courage of firefighters on the night, but the report says her evidence that she would not change anything identifies many failures. about the response on the night showed remarkable insensitivity, and suggests the fire brigade there were serious deficiencies is at risk of not learning in command and control, the lessons of grenfell. inadequate training, problems dealing with 999 calls, the report also concludes the cladding on the outside basic information on the building of the building failed was missing and the communication to comply with regulations. the second part of the enquiry systems didn't work fully. will investigate the failures of the building materials and refurbishment. the london fire brigade the london fire brigade said it commissioner, dany cotton, is personally criticised. would be inappropriate to comment until the full report the report says her evidence that she would not change anything is published tomorrow. about the response on the night
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showed remarkable insensitivity, our special correspondent, and suggests the fire brigade lucy manning, reporting there. is at risk of not learning and at 8:10am, we'll be speaking the lessons of grenfell. the report also concludes the cladding on the outside to the fire brigades union. of the building failed to comply with regulations. boris johnson will today the second part of the enquiry make his fourth attempt to trigger will investigate the failures an early general election, of the building materials despite mps rejecting a similar attempt last night. and refurbishment. he's publishing a bill that the london fire brigade said it would only need a simple majority to succeed, not two thirds would be inappropriate to comment as required in previous votes. until the full report here's our political is published tomorrow. correspondent, jessica parker. our special correspondent, the ayes to the right, 299. lucy manning, reporting there. the noes to the left, 70. and at 8:10am, we'll be speaking it was not third time to the fire brigades union. lucky for boris johnson. he didn't get the numbers for a snap election, boris johnson will today make his fourth attempt to trigger so he's trying again today. an early general election, despite mps rejecting a similar the government will give notice attempt last night. he's publishing a bill that of presentation for a short bill would only need a simple majority for an election on the 12th to succeed, not two thirds of december so we can finally get as required in previous votes. brexit done. here's our political correspondent, jessica parker. crucially this new measure requires the ayes to the right, 299. a lower threshold to pass — just over 50% of mps. the noes to the left, 70. but opposition parties,
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it was not third time like the lib dems and snp, lucky for boris johnson. he didn't get the numbers aren't yet on board. for a snap election, so he's trying again today. the government will give notice of presentation for a short bill there's still some haggling over what date to go for for an election on the 12th in early december. of december so we can finally get we put forward a very clear plan, which would have a general election brexit done. on the earliest possible date, which would prevent the prime minister having any wiggle crucially this new measure requires a lower threshold to pass — just over 50% of mps. room at all to force but opposition parties, like the lib dems and snp, his bad brexit deal through the commons before an election. aren't yet on board. the government says it there's still some haggling over won't try to bring its brexit deal what date to go for in early back ahead of a snap poll, but trust is low in this place. december. a pre—christmas election we put forward a very clear plan, might be on the cards which would have a general election but it's not a done deal. jessica parker, bbc news. on the earliest possible date, which would prevent the prime minister having any wiggle a big talking point. room at all to force his bad brexit deal through the commons chris mason, who's in westminster. for an election. chris, another day, another vote, the government says it won't try to bring its brexit deal back ahead of a snap poll, but trust is low in this place. is this more likely to go through? a pre—christmas election might be on the cards but it's not a done deal. it is more likely and we have not been closer to getting a pre—
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christmas election but you have jessica parker, bbc news. noticed i did not say yes because i well, let's talk to our political correspondent, chris mason, who's in westminster. have learned the hard way that definitive answers often turn out to chris, another day, another vote, be wrong when dealing with brexit. a but will the outcome be vote today and mps might say yes. different this time around? good morning. it is the big question 0nly vote today and mps might say yes. only 50% of mps is a post of and the honest answer is we do not two—thirds are required to back it. know. a general election this side the brexit plan that borisjohnson of christmas has never looked more likely. what changed today? why on agreed with brussels, that has been shelved until after the general earth would mps suddenly say yes? election and that means the parties under today's but you need a simple who want to go into the election, like lib dems and snp and the majority, half of the mps plus one greens, who say it is a terrible more, rather than two—thirds which idea, they can make that case makes it easier for borisjohnson because the brexit process has not plus he has promised to dig his got anywhere and that matters to brexit plan prior to the election. them. 0bviously got anywhere and that matters to them. obviously the conservatives and labourcan all —— dig. let go of it. a hackle over them. obviously the conservatives and labour can all make their arguments as well. it looks more likely that we are heading towards a
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general election but i will deploy precisely which date is picked in my golden rule of brexit and that early to mid december and also lots is, whenever there is a moment of apparent clarity on the horizon, of mps will have a chance today to beware the mist, itjust could be amend the government's plan so who five minutes behind and they could be some twists today we cannot knows where we're going to end up. 0ne knows where we're going to end up. one final thought, i am going to deploy again, my golden rule of anticipate. two british people have been seriously injured in a shark attack in australia. brexit, whenever there is a moment the men, who are thought to be in their 20s, were in the water off the coast of apparent clarity appearing in of queensland when it happened. this process, as we think that might let's get more on this be this morning, beware the mist from our reporter, simon atkinson, who's in sydney. tell us the details. what do you that might be hovering over the horizon. it would not be brexit if know so far? this happened on the whitsunday island on the queensland coast stop earlier today australia they won't twist. we knew about the time. the two men were out as part ofa deadline, and that is now not going time. the two men were out as part of a tour boat, enjoying themselves into the sea when the shark attack to happen? for the second time this happened. we can hearfrom the year, we have had this scenario queensland ambulance service.
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where the week in which the clocks we re where the week in which the clocks were going to change was in the it is understood that the two diary as was the week in which we patients were on a day—cruise vessel out at airlie beach, we re diary as was the week in which we were going to leave the eu, and they and they were snorkelling at the time. both patients are male and both in their 205. they are believed to be british we re were going to leave the eu, and they were both at the same time. we will backpackers visiting the area. one of the male patients was attacked first and the shark is believed to have counting down the months, weeks, returned and come back and attacked days and for the second time we get to the week itself, a matter of 48 the second patient. hours away from october 31 and it is effectively expunged from the diary. we understand that the most it will come and go with barely anyone noticing, either because we seriously injured man, 28, has will be at the start of what will be u nfortu nately lost his foot a general election or we won't. seriously injured man, 28, has unfortunately lost his foot and the other swim slightly less serious injury but nasty bites to his lower thank you very much and we will be talking about this during the leg. there were some of duty programme. paramedics on board which means it could have ended much worse than it two british people have been seriously injured in a shark attack in australia. let's get more on this did. they got excellent care before from our reporter, simon atkinson, who's in sydney. ta ke did. they got excellent care before take into shore and flown to hospital where we are told the this happened today, tuesday, condition is stable. whitsunday
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australia time, queensland is about islands is popular with tourists. ten hours ahead of the uk and to men but they have been shark attacks in we re ten hours ahead of the uk and to men were out on a snorkelling trip, it the region, just six miles away, an is believed, when they were in the australian man was fatally bitten by water and attacked by a shark. both of these men we believe are from the a shark last year. uk. a 28—year—old man has had his almost 200,000 people in california have been ordered to leave their homes, foot amputated, it is believed the as emergency crews battle a huge wildfire. sharks severed his foot so badly it a state—wide emergency has been declared, with strong winds making had to be removed when he was taken it difficult to stop the flames from spreading. to hospital. a 22—year—old was also here's our los angeles correspondent, sophie long. this is the latest blaze that bitten but not as seriously. still quickly became a terrifying inferno, some nasty injuries to his leg. a sweeping through hundreds of acres in just a few hours. firefighters battling the getty fire very popular part of the world for in los angeles now have a short snorkelling but also a region where window of favourable conditions shark attacks are known to have to try to contain it. happened before. daylight means they can spray retardants from the air to slow the burn and stop the fires reducing more multi—million homes to smouldering debris. hours ago, this was someone's home.
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it bears little resemblance now to what the people living here left behind. in the early hours of the morning almost 200,000 people in california have been ordered the fire, propelled by strong winds, to leave their homes, swept up the hill. as emergency crews battle a huge wildfire. people living on the other side a state—wide emergency has been declared, with strong winds making of the canyon were lucky, it difficult to stop but you can see just how the flames from spreading. here's our los angeles narrow their escape was. correspondent, sophie long. this is the latest blaze that quickly became a terrifying inferno, some who've lived here for more sweeping through hundreds of acres than 50 years have never seen in just a few hours. it so bad. firefighters battling the getty fire well, when i saw that in los angeles now have a short sky completely red, just massive red sky, window of favourable conditions and lot of smoke, i was concerned. to try and contain it. that's why i went to the fire line daylight means they can spray retardants from the air to slow to see where the start of it was. the burn and stop the fires reducing more multi—million homes to smouldering debris. hours ago, this was someone's home. murray stayed last night but now he's preparing to leave. it bears little resemblance now to what the people living the wind is going to pick up again, here left behind. increasing the risk of more fires in the early hours of the morning and the rapid growth the fire, propelled by strong winds, of those already burning. swept up the hill. people living on the other side meanwhile, thousands of firefighters continue to try to contain of the canyon were lucky, but you can see just how the kincade fire in sonoma county. narrow their escape was. it's been burning for a week and has some who've lived here for more swept through over 70,000 acres than 50 years have never seen of california's wine country. it so bad. sophie long, bbc news, los angeles. well, when i saw that
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sky completely red, just massive red sky, and lot of smoke, i was concerned. that's why i went to the fire line to see where the start of it was. murray stayed last night but now borisjohnson will be hoping to get he's preparing to leave. all the support he can, despite mps the wind is going to pick up again, rejecting his plans for a third time increasing the risk of fires yesterday. joining us is members and the rapid growth of those already burning. meanwhile, thousands of firefighters continue to try to contain from lib dems and snp. thank you for the kincaid fire in sonoma county. discussing this with us. on today's the kincade fire in sonoma county. it's been burning for a week and has vote, how will you be voting today? swept through over 70,000 acres of california's wine country. sophie long, bbc news, los angeles. we have said we really need to look at the details of this bill... this bill is pretty simple, will you be shall we talk about the sport. supporting this shortened bill to warming up to the world cup final. have a general election on the 12th of december. we have to have a look england have been training in the la st england have been training in the last hour. we are expecting more news from japan from england and to see if there is no way the prime
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south africa and we will bring all minister can get out of this. you cannot trust the prime minister, he of that to you this morning. says one thing and then does everyone has a confident mood around something else. he spent a million england at the moment. yes... is quid to leave the eu on the 31st of 0ctober quid to leave the eu on the 31st of october and that is not happening so there but... was having a discussion it is not someone to be trusted. we need to speak to our colleagues as about this yesterday. they are not well and then we can make a decision the most free flowing side, they today. remember, this is not and will kick the ball all day long and today, it has to go to the laws and they are also very brutal. all sorts others as well. we have three going on in the scrum. it is a conditions. we want to make sure we different type of rug. have the extension from the european rugby world cup winner jonny wilkinson has described union, which happened yesterday. south africa as incredibly dangerous that no deal is absolutely not on opponents ahead of saturday's final injapan. england are favourites to lift the table and the premise that the trophy after their superb cannot bring some trickery and bring victory over new zealand in the semi—finals. south africa were less dominant the withdrawal bill back to the in their three point win over wales, but wilkinson says they haven't house of commons. we need to see shown what they're capable of. after losing 9—0 on friday, southampton travel to the champions manchester city that it fulfils all the conditions and we will look at it very tonight in the efl cup. carefully and we stand together with the smp. i think that is true. the city boss pep guardiola says he won'tjudge them
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on last week's performance. government made the assurance that they would not bring back the brexit haringey borough are urging supporters to get behind the team deal. there is one thing about the when they replay their fa cup tie government making the assurances and with yeovil town later. the original fourth qualifying round game was abandoned another thing to look at it properly amid allegations of racial abuse and figure out we do have these towards the haringey players. assurances. something that goes on and former world is that we can disagree on lots of middleweight and super—middleweight champion nigel benn‘s first issues but parties need to come fight since 1996 is off together and we need to work because of a shoulder injury. together and we need to work together where we can but we can the 55—year—old had been due to square up to cameroonian—australian sakio give ourselves reassurances because you cannot trust boris johnson give ourselves reassurances because you cannot trust borisjohnson in anything he says. the premise that likes to ambush parliament. and we bika, who is 40, next month. need to make sure that we do not get caught up in this but we are very that now will not be happening. levelheaded and look at the proposal and make sure the three conditions that now will not be happeningm it warmer today than yesterday? no, we have are met. i do not understand it warmer today than yesterday? no, it is freezing. my nine—year—old son why the prime minister cannot agree with the ninth of december because turned my alarm off as a prank. i that was excluding the possibility did not wake him up... you were of bringing the withdraw agreement back. you are proposing the knife
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sweating running into the studio. did not wake him up... you were sweating running into the studiolj hate being laid. i am glad you and the prime minister the 12th. you need to explain to us why that is warned us. —— i hate being late. significant because, from our understanding of it, by taking this deal of the table, it does not matter that it is the 12th. it is a verbal assurance but we have not carol is here with the weather. seen verbal assurance but we have not seen anything else. the problem is three extra days can make a big we're looking at the lovely autumn colours, good morning. absolutely difference and we have seen a prime minister try to run through the right. good morning, you can see withdraw agreement bill, i withdraw some of the beautiful colours behind me. i have one of these in my agreement which we all know is a terrible deal so that is always the garden. it starts off a lovely green, then it goes brown and then way this prime minister acts, he wants to push something through, not this lovely red and as the wind scrutinise anything and we need to blows to the ground you have this make sure this is not possible lovely red carpet. you will see some because even three days matter. this situation with the snp, on thursday stunning colours. it is a chilly we saw ian blackford, the leader of start, some frost for some of us and most of us today will have another your party, saying it is too dark to have an election in december the great day, a lot of sunshine, but next day he was calling for a
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they are always a couple of caveats. general election in december and angus macneil said he will not vote showers across the north and east, for a general election because it some down the teams estuary —— would give boris johnson for a general election because it would give borisjohnson a christmas present. are you united? it is a thames. if you look at scotland at statement of fact that it gets cold and dark in december in scotland and ten o'clock, we have showers across this is not ideal but it is a the north and east but they are well situation we are in and we have to scattered and they are the exception ta ke situation we are in and we have to rather than the rule. same with take the situation and deal with it. northern ireland. a nice sparkly i respect angus but he is one member start and the same for northern out of 35 who has a slightly different opinion on this one. the england. the midlands, most of wales, dry with sunshine. some snp is united. we have the labour showers getting up the thames party voting with the forest, some members, on boris's dodgy withdrawal estuary. southern counties, a little agreement. we are totally united in bit more cloud around and not as terms we want to remain in the eu cold. south—west england the rain and want to stop the tories. these across devon, cornwall, the isles of are important substantial points, we scilly and the channel islands. as are important substantial points, we are united. i am not sure by the we go through the day, the rain stays in the same place. strong
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prime minister cannotjust are united. i am not sure by the prime minister cannot just accept winds across the channel islands and that people are working together. we the english channel. but for most of desperately need to read the fine us, what you have this morning you will have this afternoon. roughly print. there high pass, will come to 8-13 the finally. lots of viewers asking will have this afternoon. roughly asking what happens next. from your 8—13 the temperatures. through the point of view, if you do frustrate evening and overnight, we still have that rain, if anything it advances the prime minister, what is your next step in the process? so if we more towards dorset, hampshire and the isle of wight stop in the are dissolving parliament we need to channel island and the south—west have 25 days by law so that is with the showers still. some will see a touch of frost and patrick obviously the point of discussion is is it the 12th of the nine. fogg in scotland. tomorrow, a bit parliament will be dissolved next more of the same, again we will lose the fog and any frost and still a week. and we're looking forward to an election where we are in very few scattered showers and still this good place with a new leader, a rain coming in across the south—west but it is later on tomorrow that we fresh face, really proposing an start to see a bit of a change and alternative to the old policy of things turn a bit more unsettled. borisjohnson alternative to the old policy of boris johnson and jeremy corbyn, alternative to the old policy of borisjohnson and jeremy corbyn, we are very i'm looking forward very much to show you these fabulous gardens, for borisjohnson and jeremy corbyn, we are very positive, we go in with a lot of confidence, and we're looking forward to an election if it wa nt of show you these fabulous gardens, for want of a better word. excellent, happens. stephen, on that issue to
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you, there are suggestions that cannot wait. see you later. good to borisjohnson will go into an see the first outing for the snood. election quite often, that he would wina election quite often, that he would win a majority. we're pretty confident in of beating the tories stop that is what we have got to do. laughter. this is a dangerous and damaging let's take a look at today's papers. government. ideally you would like to see that second vote, a people's the telegraph leads on the report into the grenfell tower fire which is due to be vote, but we don't have to over they published tomorrow. we have already talked about that just now. we have time for election this morning. to see the back of the tories. and the paper appears to have seen every single pole is telling us that an advanced copy of the report the snp can be the tories, notjust and has leaked several of it's conclusions, my own constituency, but across including that the london fire brigade suffered "serious shortcomings" and "systemic" scotland. we can't take anything for failures in it's response to the disaster. granted, we need to work hard on the pm's "dramatic final push" that. but let's take the tories on, for an election is a "christmas head on, let's beat them and let's gamble", the daily mail reports. get borisjohnson out head on, let's beat them and let's get boris johnson out of head on, let's beat them and let's get borisjohnson out of number 10. an interesting day ahead. thank you for talking to us. and we will be speaking to brandon lewis from the the paper also draws attention government in about half—an—hour. to the concerns of some of the smaller parties — carol's at westonbirt arboretum in gloucestershire with this morning's weather. whose votes could be crucial — that a poll outside university term time could "disenfranchise" students. 0ur good morning. good morning, our very own mr bushell is on the
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front page. he was telling us about everyone. you are quite right. they are beautiful. there are five the abuse he has been receiving four national collections here, including maples and japanese maples. you can surviving the dance off. see quite a few of them behind me he survived another day and will be with beautiful autumnal colours. you dancing on saturday. meanwhile, the daily express may know the japanese maple as the describes mrjohnson‘s fourth attempt to trigger an early election as defiant. it quotes the prime minister's words japanese acer, that is its other to his rivals in parliament on monday night: "you can no longer name. westonbirt arboretum was hold this country hostage." established way back in 1829 and, to and the huffington post website date, there is still a lime tree leads on further details here that is 2000 years old. at the on the death of a man in carlisle after he was found stranded at the top of a chimney on monday. same age as dan, really. this morning, quite a rusty start the rescue teams worked throughout the day to try to free the man, day. the forecast is just that, and but he was pronounced dead at the scene. we're looking at sunny skies —— sally and ben are both here. shall frosty start. just a few anomalies. we look through the papers? we shall showers in the north and east. we have a deeper look do you want to have some rain in the south—west. jump have a deeper look do you want to jump infirst? that will continue for the next few hours. windy as well across the south—west, english channel, and the have a deeper look do you want to jump in first? i always go first. channel islands. a lot of clear you have an hour! we haven't really skies. clear skies in scotland. it
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got an hour. eddie jones on the back is 10am, and a few showers north and page, he has given us a masterclass east coming in on the breeze. for northern ireland, a savea, sam in mind games of the last couple of weeks. this is what he said frost, but some sunshine. northern yesterday "tell warren to enjoy the england, a lot of sunshine. across these day of england we will see third—place yesterday "tell warren to enjoy the third— place play—off! " scattered showers, especially the yesterday "tell warren to enjoy the third—place play—off! " he yesterday "tell warren to enjoy the third—place play—off!" he was talking about warren gatland, the thames estuary area and especially wales coach. a heartbreaking defeat kent and essex. we won't all catch a for them agang south africa on sunday. that is fairly spiky from shower. there are just a few eddie jones. there has been quite a knocking around. west of that we are back into clear skies in wales, the midlands, and many parts of lot of banter between those two over hampshire and dorset. but in the the years. that is from eddie jones. south—west we have still got that rain coming in and a fair bit of looking ahead to the england game, cloud ahead of it. don't forget the the final, on saturday, back page of windless well. as we go through the the final, on saturday, back page of the times. a picture of this chap. day, not an awful lot changes. the you would worry if you saw him running towards you. the south distribution of the showers may change a little bit. this doubles will be the exception rather than african scrum half. the times tell the rule. —— showers. temperatures roughly 8— 13 degrees. through the us evening and overnight, under the african scrum half. the times tell us how not to let him get on your clear skies, temperatures will drop nerves. in the piece they call him like a rock and, once again, in and irritant. they say he is the
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sheltered glands, in some rural areas and central areas we could see biggest problem on the pitch and the areas and central areas we could see a touch of frost. also some patchy smallest person. he is not... every mist and fog. rain in the south—west extending to hampshire, dorset, and time he gets the ball he kicks it. the isle of wight. temperature wise, that is very much the game. that is very much. i hope on saturday when what you see in this green is what you can expect in towns and cities. we see the game, it won't be so... it will be colder than that in rural areas. tomorrow we start off with it won't be dull. it will be any patchy mist and fog lifting. we brilliant. but it won't be so dull still will have the cloud and the that you wouldn't want to fly there rain across the south—west. through and see a... did you to plan this? the day that is only slowly going to move further north eastwards. it is the second half of wednesday and ins maybe. if you are going to tokyo you through thursday and the rest of the weekend that the weather does turn more unsettled. might want to think about how you get there. the only seats available are on a thank you very much. we are chatting get there. the only seats available are on a ba flight and are more than £2000. it is an 11 hour flight. with our next guest. we get very excited about the rugby world cup are on a ba flight and are more than £2000. it is an 11 hourflight. some people work out a way to deal for final. thank you, carol. 320 quid. you take three planes, go england fans are scrambling for tickets to this weekend's london to moscow, must go to rugby world cup final injapan — somewhere else, st petersburg, and some tickets are being advertised then onto tokyo. it takes you a
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online for as much as £12,000. for one ticket. for sale sharks player ben curry, massive 25 hours with a ten hour it'll be an extra special trip — layover. nonetheless you will get because his twin brother tom is part there. whether you get a ticket when of the england squad. you get there... if you leave soon! good morning. how are you. you are on your way, lucky thing! looking forward to a long flight. got to be at 10:25pm tomorrow. the game is off early so don't miss it. when you say you are on your way, there is a saturday morning, you would have to taxi outside with your bags and you are straight to the airport after readjust your timing slightly. lots of people are going without tickets this. here, as soon as they get out and hoping to get some when they get of your i am on my way to hong kong there. and tickets are selling for extraordinary amounts of money. there. and tickets are selling for extraordinary amounts of moneym on 11.5 hourflight. isa extraordinary amounts of moneym is a long way to go to not get one. i wanted quickly show you this. we of your i am on my way to hong kong on 11.5 hour flight. it is exciting. but it easy to get you there. there has been a campaign to allow you to talk about violins. 310 year old go and watch your brother. please explain what has happened. we had a game against london irish on violin. he is in the middle of a uk saturday. i've leafa sale sharks. tour. left it on a train. it is just they get a notification or a hashtag saying get into japan. —— eye tragic. he says he feels like he has playful. i did not even think about going to japan because we had a game lost a limb. he has paid on film against still on friday night. and scores. he says if anybody has taken thenit against still on friday night. and then it starts building and they get
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a lot of tech ‘s. they had a it and it to sell it will be very conversation with my parents and difficult. any expert in the welcome agent and it was one of those things look at it and realise violin it is. that you will regret if you don't at least ask. it is bigger than we hope someone has picked it up and anything in sport. so i'd just had hasn't had time to hand it in. let's to ask the question and i can't find the violin! i would have its explain my gratitude towards them for letting me go. it is incredible trap somewhere if it was £250,000.” debate so you are missing your big—game friday night to would have it sella taped to my debate so you are missing your big-game friday night to watch debate so you are missing your big—game friday night to watch your brother. to go and watch tom playing face. —— taped my face. i love this the cup final. a couple months ago, a couple of years ago, never thought it would happen is incredible. have about the queen stress. you're you talked to him? how is he? he is talking this yesterday —— about the queen stress. you're talking this yesterday -- queen's nervous. it is uncharted waters for dresser. angela kelly. the queen the 31 players. there will obviously wa nted dresser. angela kelly. the queen wanted a more relaxed photograph, so be nerves and excitement. it is that was the portrait. i have heard obviously healthy controls that. the this before. do you know that conversation with your bosses at sale sharks, how do they go? they somebody was supposedly, somebody supposedly used to wear the queen's have been absolutely amazing about it. i've sent them a text, was going shoes to ensure they are to try to do it in person, but i was co mforta ble. shoes to ensure they are comfortable. apparently it is this lady, angela kelly. she and her employer, her majesty, they
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reportedly have the same issue size. like, explain the situation, it is obviously a once—in—a—lifetime what you reckon the job title is for thing. the literal text was" go for it, powell". it is incredible. they that? dresser is a greatjob can't understate my gratitude towards them. how many does he get what you reckon the job title is for that? dresser is a great job title. asa sam walker who used to present on towards them. how many does he get as a player for family? you get two five live and radio manchester, she free ones. and then you get access moved to america. she posted to quite a few, but you have to buy yesterday on social media that her them. he doesn't know it yet but he eight—year—old will have some pictures taken in school, school has bought mine. photographs, and underneath where you would say what you want, three laughter. he has paid for mine. family of this size and four of this size, you have an option of premium members, they playful —— pay for the retouching, which is basic plus family members piepa stickers. teeth whitening an evening of skin something like 12 or 14 people. mum and dad are out there already. tone. on an eight-year-old?! yes. sisters going out, cousins going out, godparents going out. and then and there is a basic retouching which removes the blemishes. you can have these adjusted for teeth, some really good you mates. we will evening of skin tone. the world has talk about the match in a minute, but i'm interested in the scenario. gone mad. does that happen in the you live together and he doesn't know that you have got these two cats since, he hasn't seen them. he uk? we had our school picture taken only knew once i got them. they are
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ten days ago and it was just a picture and you get it. yes, i went back to school. it is slightly called rosa, and lilly. who is ridiculous. let us know your looking after the cats? one of the thoughts. you know how to get in touch. we are on twitter and all over the place. thank you very much. housemates, spoke to him this morning, he will look after them it is 6:23am. the long—awaited public inquiry report into what happened this morning. he only found out this on the night of the grenfell tower morning. and then my girlfriend will fire will be officially released tomorrow. details leaked to the media this come up and look after them. she morning suggest the fire service has loves them as well. they are good been heavily criticised cats, to be fair. let us talk about for its response. before the publication, the game. we have said this morning brea kfast‘s graham satchell spoke with families of some of the victims that the match against the all blacks was one of those games that you watch and you think what on about their concerns. earth is happening in front of us? south africa won't be like that, will they? i think what england have shown throughout this world cup the first emergency call of the campaign is their adaptability to night. as the fire took hold, different teams. no game has been allayed. the new zealand game was residents who rang 999 were told to different to the australia game. and stay put. i'm in, my uncle lived on likewise with their pool game. it is great they have shown this the top floor of the tower. and he adaptability. south africa presents called the fire services on a number another challenge, they can be very of occasions that night. he was physical. we saw, le sommer, they calm, elective, because he was told
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to stay where he was. they knew are very physical. we saw, le sommer, they are very physical. so it is about where he was and they were coming to england having to adapt to that and get him. and then, eventually, the smoke came into his flat and he... almost play like they did against new zealand in terms of the he died. you know. you know, they intensity and physicality they brought to the game —— last summer. a few years ago rio ferdinand was talking about playing in the football world cup in the game didn't do enough, i feel. could the against brazil in the quarter—final and he looked up to see he is family and he looked up to see he is family and he looked up to see he is family and he said it affected him. he sort fire service have done more? of forgot about what was happening normally fires in tower blocks are on the field. i wonder how your brother will be. your family will be contained in one flat. residents are told to stay put because it is safer than trying to get out. your full there and the other players, will he be entirely focused?” name? danielle cotton. the public there and the other players, will he be entirely focused? i hope he doesn't forget how to play rugby. he just lost his focus for a minute.” enquiry was told there was a need for a total evacuation. but it ran for a total evacuation. but it ran for the staple policy was kept in can understand that, definitely. for us can understand that, definitely. for us being there is a family is about place for almost two hours.” supporting him. it is a massive occasion. and us being there to wouldn't change anything we did on support him as an incredible the notes by the head of london's opportunity for everyone involved. fire brigade stunned residents when she told residents she couldn't have planned for the fire and wouldn't it isa opportunity for everyone involved. it is a massive occasion. we have done anything differently. do you stand by everything you sat at distracted you thereby playing the enquiry? so clearly a lot of pictures of your playing. how much things i said at the enquiry were would you like to be playing in this
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based on what we knew on the night. game? everybody not in japan wants dany based on what we knew on the night. da ny cotto n based on what we knew on the night. da ny cotton said lessons had based on what we knew on the night. to be injapan. it is absolutely dany cotton said lessons had been learned. today if there is a fire crazy. it is the pinnacle of your with cladding those people at all to by crazy. it is the pinnacle of your rugby career. for these 23 to get get out of sale. they need to get picked it is incredible. at what point will you have your last out and stay out. the waking which communication with him before the people should... if you had your final? does he put his phone away? time again, you would have abandoned do you talk to him the night before? stapled earlier? ifi time again, you would have abandoned stapled earlier? if i was able to hopefully we will see him in person. know about the building what they know about the building what they i don't know when the day office. know now, clearly we would. no hopefully we will see him in person. it is not like a massive blackout building should ever have behaved like that. it let the people of the of the game. but i am sure, they g re nfell tower. like that. it let the people of grenfell tower. but there were warnings from history. most recently sent a text to everyone saying don't at lakanal text me, text each other. that is warnings from history. most recently at la ka nal house warnings from history. most recently at lakanal house in 2009, a refurbished dowell and south london where fires spread up the outside. like the final thing before the game again, people were told to stay put starts. and everyone just knows not to text him. 0therwise and died. we all compare lakmal starts. and everyone just knows not to text him. otherwise you are the person who distracted him at a world house because there was a public cup final. you talked about nervous and excited. how does he cope with enquiry, made recommendations, those two? i think you just scotla nd enquiry, made recommendations, scotland listened and scotland implemented those recommendations but we didn't. and had we have done concentrate on what you have to do we probably would never have been in in the game. if you let that
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this situation we are in today. the overwhelm you it will distract you. public enquiry was vickers report my 0bviously overwhelm you it will distract you. obviously it will be very emotional focus largely on the response of the in the anthem. but once that whistle fire service, questions about goes, if you get distracted by the cladding of the local authority, emotions then you can't perform. i thing for him what he has shown is, early regulations will come next especially the new zealand game year. some are worried firefighters will be made scapegoats. what have where it was massively exciting, five ministers done ever since black massive nerves, he just where it was massively exciting, massive nerves, hejust showed his house? in my view absolutely nothing. they have allowed flammable ability to almost switch on to his role. have a lovely trip. i am cladding to be put on buildings, they have created that situation, it nervous now! come back next week. is completely unfair to target firefighters when the real culprits are corporate interests and the pair of you. bring the cats! have a great trip. really good to politicians. every month the g re nfell tower politicians. every month the grenfell tower there is a silent see you. thank you very much. we march. the most poignant moment when will let you go and catch a plane. residents passed the local fire what time is the plane? 11:30am. it station. there is no doubt firefighters acted heroically on the night. but the fire service does is an international flight so three hours. we will see women of the have questions to answer. graham sport as well, sally, thank you. satchell, bbc news. and we will talk about that —— we will see you in a moment. good morning from bbc london. throughout today's programme and
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that report is due to be released i'm tarah welsh. tomorrow. in a statement the government said keeping the public safe is their top priority, and they are doing a working mum, living in a council block set for demolision says all they can to ensure a tragedy like the grenfell tower fire families like hers have been left to rot. she says cockroaches have bitten her children. can never happen again. it's one of many complaints that resident have. they live in the last block at 20 past eight we will be speaking on west hendon estate, which is being redeveloped. barnet council says it's sorry to the general secretary of the fire and is committed to ensuring any concerns are dealt with quickly. union. time now to get the news, travel and weather where you are. good morning from bbc london. i'm tarah welsh. a new safety rating system owners of big lorries for lorries is being launched who fail to comply with a new safety scheme could be fined as a way to prevent deaths involving hgvs. they account for just four % up to £550 a day. of traffic in the capital the mayor has launched a new rating but were involved in 63% of fatal collisions with cyclists. system that will eliminate the most the new scheme will be enforced dangerous vehicles. lorries are disproportionately from this time next year. involved in fatal collisions hauliers who fail to comply could be in the capital. hauliers have until this time fined up to £550 a day. for two decades he has dominated fashion photography. next year to comply. and currently has the hugely new apprenticeships and training successful exhibition schemes are being introduced specifically for young people who've been in care. wonderful things at the v&a.
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six companies including but now tim walker is set chelsea football club have joined to open his second show in london — a government programme to improve prospects for care leavers — it's called wonderful people. who are statistically more likely to go to prison than university. i think, as a photographer, i always look outside the industry, the fashion industry for inspiration. i go to libraries, i look at old movies, i read old books. people tell me stories. for two decades he has dominated fashion photography. and currently has the hugely successful exhibition beautiful things at the v&a. but now tim walker is set to open his second show in london — it's called wonderful people. let's take a look at the travel situation now. i think, as a photographer, there's a good service on the tubes this morning. ithink, as a photographer, i the m1 is closed southbound i think, as a photographer, i always look outside the industry, the from junction 10 tojunction 8 due to a serious accident — fashion industry for inspiration. the traffic there doesn't seem to be moving at all. they go to libraries, look at old in the west end, one lane is closed movies, read old books. people tell for roadworks southbound me stories. on shaftesbury avenue let's take a look at at the junction with high holborn. in catford, the south circular the travel situation now. is closed in both directions between rushey green and ravensbourne park due to an accident. there's a good service on the tubes this morning — but the 0verground is part suspended
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between stratford and hackney wick that's due to a faulty train. the a3, west hill is closed from upper richmond road 0ne lane is closed for roadworks, towards putney — southbound on shaftesbury avenue that's due to gas works. at the junction with high holborn. now the weather with kate kinsella. good morning. the south circular is closed in both it's not feeling quite directions between canadian avenue as chilly as it did this and ravensbourne park time yesterday morning. a reasonably bright start, due to an accident. some sunshine out there as well. the a3, west hill is closed but there's also just one or two showers. from upper richmond road now the showers sticking largely towards putney — towards the east parts of essex, that's due to gas works. parts of kent. and in lewisham, one lane closed on the a20 lee high road westbound at the junction with but you mightjust get one or two belmont hill due to gas works. moving a little further west. largely dry, however, for many of us with some sunshine now the weather with kate kinsella. and temperatures today between 10 and 12 celsius. so still feeling quite cool in that easterly breeze. 0vernight tonight, towards the east, good morning. it's not feeling quite as chilly as it did this time it is going to be a picture. yesterday morning. a reasonably more cloud are towards bright start, some sunshine out the west and the south. minimum temperature there as well. but there is also one between 5 and 8 celsius. through wednesday, yes, or two showers. now the showers it's a similar sort of day. sticking largely towards the east we've it's a similar sort of day. got some high cloud arou parts of essex, parts of kent. but you mightjust get one or two moving some bright spells, some sunny a little further west. mostly dry, spells, staying dry and temperatures getting up to around 11. so still feeling rather cool. however, for many of us with some for thursday we just to see some sunshine and temperatures today between ten and 12 celsius. still cloud, maybe some spots of drizzle.
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but then it turns increasingly more unsettled. feeling quite cool in that easterly through to the end of the week, into the weekend, the temperatures breeze. however 99, towards the are a little milder. i'm back with the latest east, it is going to be a picture. from the bbc london more cloud are towards the west and newsroom in half—an—hour. plenty more on our website the south. minimum temperature at the usual address. now though it's back to louise and dan. between five and eight celsius. bye for now. three wednesday, yes, it's a similar sort of day. some bright spells, some sunny sort of day. some bright spells, some sunny spells, staying dry and temperatures getting up to around 11. so still feeling rather cool hello this is breakfast stopper thursday we just to see some with louise minchin and dan walker. here's a summary of this cloud, may be some spots of drizzle. morning's main stories from bbc news: but then it turns increasingly more the london fire brigade has u nsettled but then it turns increasingly more unsettled through to the end of the been condemned for systemic failures week into the weekend the in its response to the grenfell temperatures are a little milder. towerfire, in a report i'm back with the latest from the bbc london into the disaster which claimed 72 lives. newsroom in half—an—hour. plenty more on our website at the usual address. the inquiry found that fewer people now though it's back to louise and dan. would have died if the building had bye for now. been evacuated sooner. the london fire brigade said it would be inappropriate for them to comment until the full report is published on wednesday. boris johnson will today hello this is breakfast make his fourth attempt to trigger an early general election, after trying to win opposition with louise minchin and dan walker. support by pledging not to push through his brexit withdrawal deal. it's 6:30. we'll bring you all the latest news and sport in a moment, last night, the prime but also on breakfast this morning, ministerfailed in his bid
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around 100—million plastic to go to the polls on december clothes hangers are thrown away the twelfth because in the uk every year. he didn't receive the backing we'll hear from the fashion of two thirds of mps. designer, roland mouret, he'll now attempt an alternative who believes he has the solution. tactic which only needs the support of a simple majority. would you pay up to £12,000 for a ticket to the rugby world cup final? we'll meet the england fans heading forjapan. lib dems and snp i still making up and later, he's one of the world's most popular scientists, superstar astrophysicist, neil degrasse tyson, gets thousands of letters their minds about whether they will every year from fans support an election. we need to wanting answers to the biggest speak to our colleagues about it as mysteries of the universe. he's here to share some well and then we will make a of his favourites. decision today. we want we had got the extension from the eu, which we got yesterday and we want to make good morning. sure no deal is absolutely off the here's a summary of today's main stories from bbc news: table and that the prime minister the london fire brigade has been cannot bring with some trickery his condemned for systematic failures in its response to the grenfell tower fire, withdrawal bill back to the house of in a report into the disaster commons. we need to see this which claimed 72 lives. proposal from the prime minister fulfils all those conditions. we the inquiry found that fewer people will look at it very carefully. we would have died if the building had been evacuated sooner. are standing together with the snp the london fire brigade said it andl would be inappropriate for them to comment until the full report are standing together with the snp and i think we are on the same page.
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is published on wednesday. as it stands this morning, boris boris johnson will today make his fourth attempt to trigger johnson will try and get this bill an early general election, after trying to win opposition through. we note from the lib dems support by pledging not to push and snp that they are not sure. you through his brexit withdrawal deal. have not got the numbers to get it last night, the prime through. we will see how it goes for ministerfailed in his bid the debate. i hope opposition party to go to the polls on december the twelfth because members will also want to trust the he didn't receive the backing of two thirds of mps. he'll now attempt an alternative public and let them have a say. they tactic which only needs the support of a simple majority. seem public and let them have a say. they seem determined not to deliver on two british people have been the referendum but i think it is seriously injured in a shark attack in australia. the men, who are thought to be in their twenties, were in the water off the coast time to deliver. they say they do of queensland when it happened. one of the men had his foot bitten off and the other suffered wounds not trust the prime minister. they to his calf. both are said to be in a stable wa nt not trust the prime minister. they condition in hospital. want a no—deal off the table. it is understood the two patients not trust the prime minister. they want a no-deal off the table. we are not even bringing the withdrawal agreement back. we want to go to the we re it is understood the two patients were on a day vessel out to airlie british public and let them have their say. we wanted to leave on the 3ist their say. we wanted to leave on the 31st of october, we want to deliver
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beach, both patients are male and brexit and get on with our domestic both in their 205 and believed to be agenda, including our review on british backpackers visiting the area. one of the male patients was serious organised crime, things that attacked first and the shark is matter and affect our lives every believed to have returned and day. will you take no deal off the attacked the second patient. almost 200,000 people table that is what they are asking in california have been ordered for specifically‘s it is an issue to leave their homes, between us and the eu and 27 other as emergency crews battle a huge wildfire. countries and we have always said we a state—wide emergency has been declared, with strong winds making wa nt to countries and we have always said we want to get a deal, that is what we it difficult to stop the flames from spreading. have been voting on but lib dems and the weather is set to continue for snp, labour, have consistently the next few days. locked it. what they are asking for, limited edition 50p coins, produced to mark the date the uk leaves the eu, are set to be melted lib dems and snp, an election on the down after the october 31st deadline was missed. ninth of december. are you considering that? we have been clear the royal mint had been asked to produce up to 10 million new coins. about it, we're not going to bring but the 50p has now been scrapped after the uk agreed back the withdraw agreement bill, an extension untiljanuary. what we are focused on is make sure a treasury spokesman said a coin would still be produced once brexit we have an election and get these
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has actually happened. 0bviously they had the double deadline. quite literally a waste of few things through, including the budget for northern ireland and the 12th of december is the right date money. sadly is here. £12,000... and we will put that in the legislation. why would you not move it to the ninth? we need to make just for the ticket. to ground a sure we have time to get the legislation through, notjust the general election but a couple of ticket. to get to japan for a ticket other important pieces of legislation, including for northern to the match. you have to be a ireland that we need to make sure to fairly wealthy to follow this team. get done. the people watching at home, you said you are determined to getan home, you said you are determined to get an election but you will not plan early. they are probably move it by three days. explain that. the parliament would have to dissolve this week and it would not leaving about now. it is one flight, give us time to get this bill a really long way of getting that through and a couple of small pieces which means you would have to leave of legislation including budgetary tomorrow. he was england's rugby world cup issues northern ireland so we need hero 16 years ago, to make sure as the government of nowjonny wilkinson has given his word of warning the country to do the right thing to the current side ahead of saturday's final against and in the proper way and the 12th south africa. of december means we can dissolve next week and get the legislation
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properly through parliament. boris johnson has failed to get his main of these pictures are of the england policy through. he is talked about tea m of these pictures are of the england team training just a couple of hours do ordie, he policy through. he is talked about do or die, he would rather be dead ago. they are favourites but the ina ditch, formerfly half do or die, he would rather be dead in a ditch, essentially he has failed in his main policy. the ago. they are favourites but the former fly half says they would need a new game plan to a void become government's policies have been wide south africa's latest victims. raged, invest in the nhs, police, schools, key policies will take to the public and the prime minister has been absolutely determined we i think what it showed is what it did, that's it. they need to come leave on the 31st of october. everything the government has been doing has been focusing on that, we back and hip south africa again with put a good deal to the party, and whatever the game plan is and then the opposition started to play whatever the game plan is and whatever the game plan is and whatever the energy. i think they are capable but this is the games with it. this letter had to go challenge of rugby. the south to the eu and it is parliament blocking us from leaving the eu in a good order and on the 31st of african coach says the pressure is 0ctober so we think it is time to now on england. it was a long time let the british parliament have their say. we were talking about since i have seen an england team g re nfell their say. we were talking about
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grenfell and you have been a with that amount of physicality, they must be brimming with minister responsible for sections in confidence but we feel the pressure and we find our way to handle it. the past, what is your response to suddenly, saturday will be a big the past, what is your response to the fact that there were systemic failures? my time as the fire test for us to see if we can last. minister my responsibilities were we will be talking to ben curry‘s with the personnel. they put their lives at risk every single day to brother. it has been a campaign to keep us safe and they do an amazing job but i will not comment on a get him there and it is a very lea ked job but i will not comment on a leaked report. we will wait until we exciting time to get him there. he get that full report and then give a is missing an important rugby match response. you have making an of his own to watch his tween. announcement about serious crime? -- you will be making. we want to make sure that, as technology is moving, cybercrime, child sexual exploitation, we have got the tools haringey borough's game the team was that the national crime agency and
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the police that they need and the taken off the field. of course we structure they need to deal with are taken off the field. of course we that properly. we have thousands of a re interested taken off the field. of course we are interested in a result and we wa nt to are interested in a result and we want to win and a draw will be people safe. international workjust fantastic for the football club but i would swap all of that for games recently took down a quarter of a million abhorrent images, 300 odd to pass without any incident of any sort of abuse, and anyone getting people facing justice and we want to make sure we can build on that. this review is looking at how we can be hurt. now then, after losing their last game 9—0, sure to be ahead of the curve and southampton probably wouldn't have wanted to play manchester city next. leicester city thumped saints in a record equalling premier league ahead of the criminals. just score on friday. the southampton players have since donated a day's wages to charity. returning briefly to the first question i asked, the chances of getting an election in december? the team are away to city in the 4th everybody would be pleased to see us round of the efl cup tonight, and again in the league on saturday. move everybody would be pleased to see us m ove o nto everybody would be pleased to see us move onto domestic issues and to do that we need to get a general former world middleweight and super—middleweight champion election, reinvigorate the nigel benn's first fight since 1996 is off parliament, focus on what people because of a shoulder injury. the 55—year—old voted for, since 2016, 2017 and announced his return last month against cameroonian—australian sakio bika who is 40. delivering what people care about.” they were due to meet in birmingham late next month in a bout benn said
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asked about the chances of it was intended to give him "closure". getting through? i would hope it is a good chance. it is not a healthy state parliament because we do not have a majority. i think it is right that is the news announced in the andi have a majority. i think it is right and i hope the opposition mps will la st that is the news announced in the last 24—hour with nigel benn having come with us and vote and that the public decide. brendan lewis, thank a shoulder injury and simply cannot fight. it was always fairly ambitious that one. i love it when you for your time this morning. two british people have been seriously injured in a shark attack, in australia. we get around to world cup funds the men, who are thought because we have six days to talk to be in their twenties, were in the water off the coast about it. lots happening every day of queensland when it happened. one of the men had his foot bitten off and the other suffered wounds to his calf. and the great thing about japan, it both are said to be in a stable happensjust and the great thing about japan, it happens just before we and the great thing about japan, it condition in hospital. happensjust before we go on air so it is understood that the two patients were on a day—cruise vessel we can bring things to you first out at airlie beach, thing. i wonder what impact it will and they were snorkelling at the time. have that england have played a game both patients are male and both in their 205. less because they have had that they are believed to be british lovely to week break when the game backpackers visiting the area. one of the male patients was attacked first was called off. this is why the and the shark is believed to have returned and come back and attacked the second patient. rugby world cup goes on so long, the
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have to be big breaks between the game. friends and families around, they are spending time with their families, that is good and bad. 0ne we will get more from our player says his aunt has been trying correspondent in australia about that later. to tell him how to play number almost 200,000 people in california have been ordered eight. we will all be watching telly to leave their homes, as emergency crews battle a huge wildfire. on saturday. we are going to win it. a state—wide emergency has been declared, with strong winds making it difficult to stop the flames from spreading. you have gone early. i have been those are some of the main stories. surprisingly accurate with my sport coming up on the programme, carol will have the weather. predictions this year. and i have if you missed it, we had ben curry, been totally wrong. later today, borisjohnson will again ask mps to vote in favour of an early general election. the twin of the player playing in if he gets his way, there'll be a vote before christmas. so how likely is that we'll be heading for the ballot box? the twin of the player playing in joining us now from westmintser the rugby world cup final. the is maddie thimont—jack, from the institute for government. nerves and excitement. he was very i know you are an expert on all of honest and open. getting the final this. there was a vote last night text from his brother, leave me and another one today. what is the alone. do not be the one to distract
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difference? last night borisjohnson me now. a similarthing tried to pass an early election alone. do not be the one to distract me now. a similar thing from a former grade. —— great. motion under the fixed term parliaments act and that would have required two—thirds of mps, 234 mps, jonny wilkinson, who scored the winning drop goal to vote in favour of that and if in england's 2003 world cup win, has given a warning to they had fasted he would have been the current side ahead of saturday's able to set an election date when he final against south africa. england, who trained earlier today, wanted. he did say it was going to will go into the match as favourites, but wilkinson says england's opponents will be bring be on the 12th of december. he was something different not able to hit that magic number from the all blacks. the former fly half says england saturday he will bring in a new will need a new game plan. i think south africa are an incredibly dangerous opponent. bill, a new law, to override the i think what is even more dangerous term of the fixed term parliaments is the fact that people might read into that display that there has act to set a date in a lot so the been some kind of representation of what they are capable of. 12th of december is still what he's i think what it showed is what they did, that's it. aiming forand that they've got to know what's coming. 12th of december is still what he's aiming for and that would require a simple majority. will he get that they need to come back and hit south africa again with that kind of, just with whatever the game plan is and whatever the energy. majority? it is difficult to say. i feel like they are capable of it but this is the challenge of rugby. the liberal democrats and snp did the south africa head coach rassie eresmus, speaking this morning, say they would be willing to back an says the pressure on his side to step up against england. early election although they want the ninth of december. yesterday, the physicality that england brought to new zealand was just next level. during the debate, jeremy corbyn it was a long time since i have
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seen an england team said one of the reasons i could not with that amount of physicality, they must be brimming back the notion was because he did with confidence but we feel the pressure and we find our ways to handle it. not trust boris johnson and back the notion was because he did not trust borisjohnson and he wa nted and they would have the up(per hand not trust borisjohnson and he wanted a date in law so it might be in terms of eddie's experience but certainly saturday will be a big harderfor labour to wanted a date in law so it might be test for us to see if we can fo harder for labour to not back that bill today. but it is a built and it that last step. haringey borough and yeovil town is open to amendments and you might want the real winner to be football see an amendment go down to get it in their fa cup replay this evening after the original game to the earlier date. the difference was abandoned amid allegations of racial abuse. between the knife and 12, why is it the fourth qualifying round tie was halted when the haringey boss took his team off the field. significant? one of the reasons why two men were arrested on suspicion of racially aggravated common the liberal democrats and snp want assault and later the liberal democrats and snp want bailed without charge. the knife is because they would have win, lose or draw, we're, of course we are interested in a result and of course we result dissolve parliament this want to win and a draw will be week. there has also been a debate fantastic for the football club but i would swap all of thatjust for the game to pass without any incident, about whether there would be fewer of any sort of abuse, any sort of missile coming stu d e nts about whether there would be fewer students around so they would not be onto the pitch, and voting any university towns although i think that only applies to a few anyone getting hurt.
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universities so i am not sure how much they would impact things. if it after losing their last game 9—0, southampton probably was the 12th of december, parliament wouldn't have wanted to play manchester city next. would need to be dissolved next leicester city beat saints in a record equalling premier league wednesday and as i said, there is a score on friday. concern he might bring back his the southampton players have brexit legislation but obviously he since donated a day's would need a majority to pass wages to charity. brexit. the 31st deadline will now the team are away to city in the 4th pass but i suppose the next question round of the efl cup tonight, and again in the league on saturday. will be, is there a deadline for an election and they would have to put something through parliament before look at those faces. what a week. a christmas? if they are going to go tricky week for them. thank you, for the 12th of december they need to get the bill through before next sally. let's take you back to a wednesday. the business motion on story we have been talking about all the order paper would have the comments go through all stages so i morning. two men injured in a shark attack in australia. we can go to could the lord's tomorrow. —— house of commons. but that is a quite queensland to talk to someone from timetable that the government is working to. you may not know the tourism whitsundays, the company the men were using during their visit. a nswer working to. you may not know the answer but how often do we have a thank you for spending some time
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christmas general election? the with us this morning. can you give us an with us this morning. can you give early 1920s was the last time so it us an idea about what happened? this is unusual. the ninth of december morning, just some time before 11am, would be a monday election which is myself and the mayor were having a also very unusual. but of that meeting, i run tourism with thunder, reason is because the days are a not—for—profit marketing shorter and it makes it difficult campaigning and a concern that organisation and we have 270 people do not go out to vote as much members, of which many of those are marine operators. i was notified of because of the shorter and colder days. always good to talk to you. this incident out on our water. very thank you so much. a christmas quickly the mayor and i move down to the marina where we waited for the general election. that is what it is, or would be if it happens! vessel to return in. in that time, we organised crisis counselling to carol's at westonbirt arboretum in gloucestershire with this morning's weather. be and provide to passengers and crew of that vessel. when we arrived isaid i said there was a snood on earlier, queensland ambulance services where there and waiting. the response was but is thatjust a big jumper? no, absolutely incredible, to be there it isa and ready for the boat to return in. but is thatjust a big jumper? no, it is a scarf that you put over your we hear officially they are in a head and that is what many of us need this morning. in westonbirt sta ble we hear officially they are in a stable condition. did you see them?
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arboretum it is a beautiful and we understand one of them has had a chilly. this is a traffic light of foot bitten off and the other a section of calf removed by the shah, japanese trees, you can see the is that right? —— shark. green leaves, right next to them amber and green leaves, right next to them amberand in the section of calf removed by the shah, is that right? -- shark. that is my green leaves, right next to them amber and in the distance you can see the red. 15,000 specimens of understanding. i did not see them when they came in but i was advised that they are in a serious but trees here, 2500 species and 130 sta ble that they are in a serious but stable condition at a hospital in threatened trees and we will be queensland. they were brought in and looking at some of those as it gets helicoptered with the rescue chopper lighter. wherever you are, it is a to the mackay base hospital. we can nippy start. some have a frosty start and many will have a dry day see them getting taken into with some sunshine. let's look at hospital. how common is this, how the graphics. we will have a few rare is that and how will it affect tourism as well? in the whitsundays, showers dotted in the north and east and rain across the south—west of we have welcomed under1 million the uk extending through the hours are sydney, cornwall and through the visitors just in the last few months. tourism is our life blood if channel islands as well. a stiff easterly breeze affecting the you like and our industry is one of the most incredible and resilient and accredited industry in the world
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south—west. mostly dry. northern and accredited industry in the world and we put visitor safety as the ireland mostly dry after a cold forefront of what we do. when start. temperatures below —3 and the something like this happens, the same for northern england. showers industry is affected emotionally because they do work to put the coming in in the breeze from the visitors first in everything and north sea, a north—easterly breeze. every action. some peppering the coast of england. across the thames estuary and dry and brighter conditions further west with a swimming where they should have been swimming, was at a but rain across the south—west of different area? what was the actual england and the channel islands and place they were swimming? they were don't forget the rent as well. swimming off an island, one of the through the course of the day is outer islands and the whitsundays. spot the difference. perhaps a it was just one of the spots that slight variation in exactly where the torah stopped for a snorkel for the showers are but they will be the the torah stopped for a snorkel for the day. in terms of what happens exception rather than the rule and we think we'll see if you in essex now, will you are a representative and kent. —— a few. through this from your company going to the hospital, how does that work in terms of how you liaise with them from this point forward? —— tour. from our perspective we work closely evening, and overnight, the rain in the south—west extends further east, with the queensland ambulance getting into seven parts of dorset, service and we are advised that the
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isle of wight. some frost and patchy two people, is a mention, are in a fog possible as well and a peppering serious but stable condition. they are our number one priority. we are of showers in the north and east. a hoping that they will continue to be chilly night in the countryside. temperatures reflect what we are looked after, the passengers and expecting in towns and cities. crew are getting the support that they also need. and over the coming tomorrow, a similar structure today. days we will be monitoring that in we lose the frost and patchy fog. making sure that everybody is getting the care that they require. is that a spot you now won't be the rain still very much in the returning to with your tours? right now, from our perspective, we don't south—western corner and i had of it, we will see a bit more cloud demeco believe the local charter built. later on wednesday, into boat industry association has thursday and the weekend, the advised members to steer clear of weather turns more unsettled. that location indefinitely at this point in time. we appreciate your thank you very much. it looks time this morning. thank you for beautiful there this morning. last talking to us. tash wheeler is from christmas. they called it a tourism whitsundays and two british men have been attacked by a shock in christmas. they called it a christmas general election. 1963 was australia. 0ne men have been attacked by a shock in australia. one has had his foot the last time. here is a question bitten off and another, seemingly for you this morning. how many of these things are lurking the same shock return, and bit of a
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in the back of your wardrobe? section of car. they are both in a plastic coat hangers. millions of us just throw them away, sta ble section of car. they are both in a stable condition in hospital in creating tonnes and tonnes queensland. —— calf. of plastic waste. ben's looking into one carol's at westonbirt arboretum possible solution. in gloucestershire with this morning's weather. good morning to you both. it is looking absolutely lovely this beautifully modelled they are. thank morning. the autumn colours are you. good morning to you. we stunning. good morning, carol. they certainly are. we will showers properly have a basket or a bag of you an aerial shot of the arboretum. you can see this dining autumnal spare tangle plastic hangers. we already know about the problems of colours. we are in one of the glades plastic bags, stores, and coffee at the moment. theyjoined by cups, but these things, hangers, rebecca. you are the marketing and they are just as bad. how big cups, but these things, hangers, they arejust as bad. how big a problem is it? the uk fashion communications manager here. what a place to work. the colours are industry uses a staggering number of them. about one billion plastic stunning. they're absolutely hangers every single year. some amazing. we think this will be one of the best years for autumn colour, don't even make a shop at all. they just because of the sunshine and used to transport the clothing and early rainfall we had earlier in the year. it should be one of the best then they are put on a platter, yea rs year. it should be one of the best years for autumn colour yet. we are nicer hangers in the shop itself. a lot of them do end up at home. and what you do with them? probably in the old arboretum at the moment, through them out. they end up in it is one of the most beautiful
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places to come and see the autumn landfill and they are really difficult to recycle because they colours. i'd what i find stunning as are made of two things, the metal we are looking at virtually the same and the plastic. the plastic is species of tree, if you like, but really difficult to recycle. it can ta ke really difficult to recycle. it can take 1000 years to break down in they are all different colours. we landfill. 0ne take 1000 years to break down in landfill. one man trying to tackle have vibrant reds, ambers, greens, why is that? it is all to do with the problem is a fashion designer the species of tree and the balance called ronald. he is a favourite of the duchess of sussex and has come of chemical with leaves. in the up the duchess of sussex and has come up with a fully recyclable hangar. spring and summer months there is a they went to meet him. our symbolic lot of chlorophyll in the leaves, which gives them their lovely green item is our little dirty secret we colour. as the days get shorter, as all have in common is that thing. the weather gets colder, it starts to break down and the pigmentation they wanted to find come in the fashion industry, what could be the item that is the equivalent of the of other colours and chemicals in the leaves comes through which gives straw in the restaurant, without touching the creative side of every us the beautiful oranges and yellows and reds. it must be so special designer and obliging them to change singly different colours throughout their creativity. i wanted to bring the different seasons? it is them on. the humble item that links absolutely amazing. in springtime, some have a lovely red blush in us them on. the humble item that links us together. every time we produce a garment in the factory it has to be spring as well and we have lots of hung ona garment in the factory it has to be hung on a hanger and has to be magnolias and rhododendrons. and we carried by van to the store. and going to summer and the whole place is carpeted in green and you get the
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that trouble, we use single—use lovely dappled sunlight effect coming through as well. and some plastic hangers that we away very old trees. we do, yes. our straightaway. and they are all in old est polystyrene, and it is not very old trees. we do, yes. our oldest trees about 2000 years old. recycla ble, it is our 2000 year old live. we polystyrene, and it is not recyclable, goes quickly to have a spectrum of trees. we plant landfill. this is made of 8096 marine up have a spectrum of trees. we plant up to 300 new trees in the arboretum every year. the smallest tree to a plastic. the plastic looks floating in the oceans and 20% from a recycla ble in the oceans and 20% from a recyclable plastic. just explain why this might be the answer. is fully 2000 year old tree. when we are enjoying looking at them. rebecca, thank you so much. it is really sustainable. it is stronger than a stunning, as rebecca was saying, but it is also chilly. it is a frosty normal hangar. the colour, the grey, start, more or less. we're looking the normal colour of marine plastic. atafair start, more or less. we're looking at a fair bit dry weather and some sunshine. as always, there are it isa the normal colour of marine plastic. it is a sustainable hangar. the exceptions to that rule. that is moment you break it is completely across the north and east where we have all scattered showers and the southend west where we have some recycla ble. rain. you can see that is what is moment you break it is completely recyclable. it becomes so circular that nothing goes back to the sea so happening currently. as we go through the morning the status quo will prevail. by ten o'clock, if you by the fast fashion industry is responsible for a lot of are in scotland, there will be a environmental problems. is that sustainable, that pile it high sell fair bit of sun generator cold and it sheep mentality, that must have frosty start. temperatures in the highlands fell two —4. there will be
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fashion? because it just it sheep mentality, that must have fashion? because itjust can't go on, can it? one of the trans— of the showers in the north and east. northern ireland also had a frosty 90s is the must have. they must have start with temperatures as low as —4 was treated as an addiction. fast in places. you will have a fair bit fashion creates the same trade. if of sunshine. for much of england and wales a dry start with some sunshine, but also the showers in you don't buy it you will be the east. some of those getting in unhappy. and if you bite you can throw it away. —— by it. it is through the thames estuary as we go through the thames estuary as we go through the thames estuary as we go through the day. the south—west of falling apart now. and that is why england and the channel islands have thicker cloud and also some rain. we have to make a change. and here through the day we will have quite a strong easterly wind. this is it. this is the new hangar. through the day it is the distribution of the showers that it does not look particularly will change a little bit. they will revolutionary. it looks like a new be well scattered, still the hangar. it is made from this marine exception rather than the rule, but there will be some around. most of plastic. 20% of it is recyclable us in dry weather with bright and sunny spells. temperatures raging —— plastic. 20% of it is recyclable ranging from eight in the north to plastic. so the ideas even if it 13 in the south. temperatures will does break, and it feels much stronger than the cheap plastic ones you make it in the shops, the idea drop away quickly under clear skies. is it can then be used again. it is 0nce drop away quickly under clear skies. once again it will be a cold night. a dutch nominee that has teamed up a touch of frost in sheltered glens with him to do it. —— company. the and in central areas. we could see patchy fog forming as well. still ideasit with him to do it. —— company. the ideas it does everything, the clips, some showers in the north and east
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the bar, all sort of stuff. you have and the rain in the south—west extending over in the direction of pointed out it is quite chunky. i think that is to do with the dorset, hampshire, and the isle of strength. it breaks less often so wight. it will not be as cold under any fuel strength. it breaks less often so anyfuel in strength. it breaks less often so any fuel in the first place. the other thing, we can do simple things the rain as other parts of the like not take them from shops. then country under clear skies. the temperatures you see are indicative they have to take them back. a lot of towns and cities. in the countryside it will be colder than of stills on the high street make it that. and for tomorrow, well, we is all well and good talking to a start off with patchy mist and fog. luxury fashion designer. they will get fewer of these things than the a lot of dry weather in central and discount retailers. but, eastern areas. the cloud building in the west and of that rain coming in essentially, the idea is that if we and the rain will be in the don't take them home in the first place that puts more onus on the retailers themselves to look after south—west, extending down in the direction of the channel islands. it what they do with them. there is a is the second half of wednesday into thursday and the weekend, actually, that the weather turns more proposal that, much like plastic u nsettled. that the weather turns more unsettled. but a little bit milder bags now, you might pay a little fee as well. thank you very much. it to ta ke bags now, you might pay a little fee to take home the plastic come on, flybe, tempy, the question is will be good to have it milder. whether it will make a difference, especially when we send you out and whether it will make a difference, whether it will make a difference, whether it is sufficient to make about. you are modelling some people change their habits. if you do take it home, make sure you read plastic hangers this morning. how many of these things are lurking isa-- do take it home, make sure you read is a —— 5p, ten p. maybe something in the back of your wardrobe? tougher like this might be one of i think ithinki i think i have a box of them in the loft as well. my know that is bad.
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the answers. it is interesting to hear about that. it is something we all use. as he said, the dirty —— i know. millions of us just throw them away, creating tonnes and tonnes little secret of the fashion of plastic waste. industry. the plastic straw of the ben's looking into one possible solution. fashion industry was dubbed as a we all probably have a bag or basket good analogy. let us know what you feel about that one this morning. of spare, tangled hangers at home. would you splash—out up to £12,000 to see england take on south africa at this we don't really know what to do with weekend's rugby world cup final? them. we already know about the problem it seems plenty of fans of plastic bags, plastic straws, are doing just that, with airlines and travel agents and coffee cups, but are coat hangers just as bad? reporting a huge spike in demand so how big a problem is it? for flights to japan. breakfast'sjohn maguire has been well, the uk fashion industry uses to meet some of those who've been around 1.5 billion plastic hangers every year. scrambling for tickets. some don't even make it to a shop — they're used just to transport the clothes, and then thrown away after they're put on posher, nicer hangers in the shop. along with millions of others, ben harvey settle down in front of the tv on saturday morning, more in hope but a lot of them do end up at home, than expectation. but once england but what do you do with them? booked their place in the final, and chuck them, apparently. 100 million are thrown away every year. decided to book his place to go and and unsurprisingly they end in landfill. they are really difficult to recycle because they're made of plastic support them. so we still don't have and metal, and the plastic itself is difficult to recycle. anywhere to stay. but we have got they can take a thousand years some friends who live in tokyo so we to break down in landfill.
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so one man who's trying to tackle might be sleeping on sofas. this the problem is the fashion designer quite expensive so we are trying to roland mouret. bat out. tickets, we have managed to he's a favourite of the duchess of sussex, and he's come up with a fully recyclable hanger. use the rugby community and contacts i went to meet him. and friends and managed to get four tickets today. we will be in the stadium, at least. and he will be well prepared, thanks to his girlfriend helping him pack.” well prepared, thanks to his girlfriend helping him pack. i think they have been with this man long enough to know that is never a dull moment and to expect anything. so, 0ur symbolic item is our little of course, when england won my phone dirty secret we all have in common is that thing. i want defined, in was lighting up with a lot of prayer the fashion industry, what could be hands and pleases and begging. so i the fashion industry, what could be knew they had one at that point. and the item that is the equivalent of the item that is the equivalent of the straw in the restaurant? without he was going to tokyo. it was less ofa he was going to tokyo. it was less of a question. but you are happy? i touching the creative side of every designer and obliging them to change think it is one of those things that their creativity. i wanted to bring you have to do if you have the chance. and also wearing the red them the more humble item that will rose with pride at the final will be link us together. every time we produce a garment in the factory it these four friends, already getting has to be put on a hanger and has to to grips with japanese cuisine. use your fingers. be carried by van to the store. and to grips with japanese cuisine. use yourfingers. use yourfingers to grips with japanese cuisine. use your fingers. use your fingers or your fingers. use your fingers or you will starve. he is fulfilling a that trouble, we use a single use
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plastic hangers. they are all in promise he made to himself after a friend offered him a ticket to the polystyrene. styrene is not final back in 2003. and i am tanard recycla ble. polystyrene. styrene is not recyclable. it goes to landfill. that is unacceptable. this is made and busy at work and i did not go. of 80% marine plastic. it is 20% and the last 14, 15 years, he has ripped into me every week, every season. so it has been living with from a recyclable plastic. extremely this might be the answer. it is me and! fully sustainable. in strength it is season. so it has been living with me and i thought of england do get to the final stages than i can't do strong, even stronger than a normal that again. and after a few heart hangar. the colour, the grey, the stopping false starts they finally normal colour of marine plastic, the managed to book some flights. blue of the hook, and the logo on stopping false starts they finally managed to book some flightsm wasn't an easy process. but, you the back of it, it is a sustainable hangar. at the moment you break it know, i was so excited and could not is completely recyclable. something believe we were doing this. it's so spontaneous and pretty much insane, that becomes so circular that nothing goes back to the sea so by really. as for barney and his wife the fast fashion industry is kay, the arm—twisting didn't take responsible for a lot of environmental problems. is that long. i wasn't going to go, but then everybody... we had discussed it. sustainable, that pile it high sell it sheep mentality, that must have
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and then sense didn't come into it fashion, because itjust can't go on, canada? one of the trends of 90s and they said yes. i wasjust sat was the must have. it was treated as having a cup of coffee and he just an addict. fast fashion creates the started up saying you want to go to japan? you want to go to japan? and same trend stop every time, if you couldn't really take it in and the don't buy it, you are going to be girls both said just say yes. so i unhappy. and if you bite you can throw it away. we thought it would did. the next time they will eat carry on. it fell apart. it is sushi will be in tokyo. meanwhile, falling apart now. and that is why many others are still trying to get we have to make a change. that is there. so if you can make it to japan, the next challenge is to get roland mouret speaking to me about that. this is the hangar itself. the hold of one of these. apparently idea of it is, as well as being made changing hands for up to £50,000, this is a genuine rugby world cup from recyclable plastic and merly —— final ticket, england versus south rain plastic, it is sturdier and africa stop and it's mine. the only will break less. those cheap once we problem is, it was from the game in get, they get used once and thrown away. there is a huge problem that 2007. oh well. 0nly another 95 days he talked about the fact that so many hangers are used just to get until the six nations starts. john the clothes from the factory to the shop and we don't even see them maguire, bbc news, not in nippon. because they get put on a nice, genuinely gutted john maguire. he is potter hangar in the store itself. actually saddened. sorry about that. some proposals are to make us leave them in the store, maybe a 5p or a
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but we really haven't got the temperance tax. loads of people say budget. we will be speaking to the evenif temperance tax. loads of people say even if they buy online for a lot of twin of tom currie, ben currie will be here. he is flying straight to retailers, there is often a hanger japan to watch the world cup final in the box. presumably because it this weekend. he has adopted... has been hung in the warehouse. while his brother has been away, in the box. presumably because it has been hung in the warehousem is the same factory that puts it on they lived together, he has taken the shop floor. it is a simple his two cats. they are not coming in some way so thing, we could all start saying no, his two cats. they are not coming in some way so someone has his two cats. they are not coming in some way so someone has to his two cats. they are not coming in some way so someone has to set for him. is the whole family going out? i don't want the hangar. we presumably all have hangers at home. you would hope the retailers itself when the brother comes back there would have an idea about what they will be two new cats knocking about will do with it. gillian says why in the house as well. that is coming up in the house as well. that is coming up later. time now to get the news, travel, don't we go back to wire coat hangers? and sandy says why don't we and weather where you are. make them out of wood wood is a cost issue. while one is still bend and good morning from bbc london, i'm tarah welsh. break. i have wouldn't hangers that are at least 30 years old. keep a new safety rating system for those hangers rocking. lorries is being lost as a way to time now to get the news, travel, and weather where you are. prevent deaths involving hgvs. they account for just 4% of traffic in the capital, but were involved in good morning from bbc london. 63% of fatal collisions with i'm tarah welsh.
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a working mum living in a council cyclists. the new scheme will be block set for demolition says enforced from this time next year families like hers have and those who fail to comply could been left to rot. she says cockroaches have bitten her children. be fined up to £550 a day. it's one of many complaints that resident have. they live in the last block on west hendon estate, new apprenticeships and training which is being redeveloped. barnet council has apologised. schemes are being introduced specifically for young people who've been in care. six companies including chelsea football club have joined a government programme to improve prospects for care leavers — we can't carry on living here. we're who are statistically more likely not living how people be living. my doctor is now worried that i have to go to prison than university. ocd doctor is now worried that i have 0cd because they can clean up to five hours a day. i've physically couldn't eat it. ijust... it made for two decades he has dominated fashion photography. and currently has the hugely me feel sick. it made me feel dirty. successful exhibition and you can see more on that story wonderful things at the v&a. on the victoria derbyshire but now tim walker is set programme at 10am on bbc two. a new safety rating system to open his second show in london — for lorries is being launched it's called ‘wonderful people'. as a way to prevent i think, as a photographer, deaths involving hgvs. i always look outside the industry, the fashion industry they account for just four % of traffic in the capital but were involved in 63% of fatal for inspiration. collisions with cyclists. the new scheme will be inforced
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i go to libraries, i look at old movies, i read old books. from this time next year. people tell me stories. let's take a look at the travel situation now. for two decades he has dominated there's a good service on the tubes this morning — fashion photography. but the 0verground is part suspended and currently has the hugely successful exhibition wonderful things at the v&a. but now tim walker is set between stratford and hackney wick to open his second show in london — it's called wonderful people. the m1 is closed southbound from junction 10 tojunction 8 due to a serious accident. in the west end, one lane is closed i think, as a photographer, i always look outside the industry, for roadworks southbound the fashion industry on shaftesbury avenue for inspiration. at the junction with high holborn. i go to libraries, i look in catford, the south circular at old movies, i read old books. is closed in both directions between rushey green people tell me stories. and ravensbourne park due to an accident. the a3, west hill is closed from upper richmond road towards putney — that's due to gas works. now the weather with kate kinsella. good morning. let's take a look at it's not feeling quite the travel situation now. as chilly as it did this time yesterday morning. there's a good service on the tubes this morning. a reasonably bright the m1 is closed southbound start, some sunshine out there as well. from junction 10 to junction 8 due to a serious accident. the traffic there doesn't seem to be moving at all. in catford, the south circular is closed in both directions between rushey green but there's also just and ravensbourne park due one or two showers. to an accident. now the showers sticking largely towards the east
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parts of essex, parts of kent. but you might just get one or two moving a little further west. largely dry, however, now the weather with kate kinsella. for many of us with some good morning. it's not feeling quite as chilly as it did this sunshine and temperatures today time yesterday morning. between 10 and 12 celsius. a reasonably bright start, so still feeling quite some sunshine out there as well. cool in that easterly breeze. but there's also just one or two showers. now the showers sticking largely towards the east, parts of essex, parts of kent. 0vernight tonight, towards the east, but you mightjust get one or two it is going to be a picture. moving a little further west. more cloud are towards largely dry, however, the west and the south. for many of us with some sunshine minimum temperature and temperatures today between 5 and 8 celsius. between 10 and 12 celsius. through wednesday, yes, so still feeling quite cool it's a similar sort of day. in that easterly breeze. some bright spells, some sunny spells, staying dry and temperatures now, overnight tonight, getting up to around 11. towards the east, it is going to be a picture. so still feeling rather cool. more cloud are towards the west and the south. for thursday we just to see some minimum temperature between 5 and 8 celsius. through wednesday, yes, cloud, may be some spots of drizzle. it's a similar sort of day. we've got some high cloud around. but then it turns increasingly more some bright spells, some sunny unsettled through to the end spells, staying dry and temperatures getting up to around 11. of the week. into the weekend the temperatures so still feeling rather cool. are a little milder. for thursday we just to see some i'm back with the latest cloud, maybe some spots of drizzle. from the bbc london newsroom in half—an—hour. but then it turns plenty more on our website increasingly more unsettled. at the usual address. through to the end of the week, now though it's back into the weekend, the temperatures to lousie and dan. 00:59:51,474 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 bye for now. are a little milder.
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i'm back with the latest from the bbc london newsroom in half an hour. plenty more on our website at the usual address. now though it's back to louise and dan. bye for now. good morning, welcome to breakfast with louise minchin and dan walker. 0ur headlines today: a damning report into the grenfell tower disaster — london fire brigade's response is described as wholly inadequate and lives could have been saved if the building had been evacuated sooner. borisjohnson will try again today to win support for a december general election despite mps rejecting his plan yesterday. two british men have been seriously injured in a shark attack in australia — one lost a foot in the attack. the plastic straw of the fashion industry — 100 million hangers are thrown away every year in the uk.
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french fashion designer roland mouret says he has the answer. i've been speaking to him. beware of the boks — jonny wilkinson is urging england not to get over—confident ahead of the rugby world cup final saying south africa are incredibly dangerous good morning from westonbirt arboretum in gloucestershire, it is a chilly start here, as it is in many places, with some frost. there are some exceptions, i will show you where they are and show you some beautiful autumnal views. it's tuesday, october 29th. our top story: the london fire brigade has been condemned for systemic failures in its response to the grenfell tower fire, in a report into the disaster which claimed 72 lives. the inquiry found that fewer people would have died if the building had been evacuated sooner. the full report will be published tomorrow, but the bbc has
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seen its conclusions. our special correspondent lucy manning reports. the families of those who died at grenfell, and the survivors, have waited more than two years for this report, which heavily criticises the london fire brigade. it says its preparation and planning for a fire such as grenfell was wholly inadequate. it concludes that if the fire brigade had made an earlier decision to evacuate the building rather than telling residents to stay put, it's likely more lives would have been saved. the report praises the extraordinary courage of firefighters on the night, but identifies many failures. there were serious deficiencies in command and control, inadequate training, problems dealing with 999 calls, basic information on the building was missing and the communication systems didn't work properly. the london fire brigade commissioner, dany cotton, is personally criticised. the report says her evidence that she would not change anything
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about the response on the night showed remarkable insensitivity, and suggests the fire brigade is at risk of not learning the lessons of grenfell. the report also concludes the cladding on the outside of the building failed to comply with regulations. the second part of the enquiry will investigate the failures of the building materials and refurbishment. the london fire brigade said it would be inappropriate to comment until the full report is published tomorrow. our special correspondent, lucy manning reporting there. and in a few minutes we'll be speaking to the fire brigades union. two british people have been seriously injured in a shark attack in australia. the men, who are thought to be in their 20s, were in the water off the coast of queensland when it happened. let's get more on this from our correspondent phil mercer, who's in sydney. some pretty grim details, what can
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you talus? it was a terrifying attack on two british tourists aged 22 and 28. we understand they won a snorkelling trip near a place called who could passage off the whitsunday islands, very popular place for international visitors in northern queensland. the shark attacked one man and came back to attack the other, we understand. the older man has lost a foot and both british tourists were taken by boat to land before being transferred to hospital ina very before being transferred to hospital in a very serious condition. tracy eastwick is from the queensland ambulance service. it is understood that the two patients were on a day—cruise vessel out at airlie beach, and they were snorkelling at the time. both patients are male and both in their 205. they are believed to be british backpackers visiting the area. one of the male patients was attacked first and the shark is believed to have returned and come back and attacked the second patient.
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we know in the last year there have been five shark attacks in that region around the whitsunday islands in queensland, so clearly this is a political issue too. there is much political issue too. there is much political discussion in queensland about how to protect surfers and snorkellers from shark attacks and clearly the two men are still in hospital, still suffering those very serious injuries, and the issue of shark controls will intensify after the hideous attacks on these two visitors. thank you for the details, phil mercer. boris johnson will today make his fourth attempt to trigger an early general election despite mps rejecting a similar attempt last night. he's publishing a bill that would only need a simple majority to succeed, not two thirds as required in previous votes. well, let's talk to our political correspondent chris mason who's in westminster.
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we have been talking to various politicians, does it seem to you they will have the numbers for this time around? i think there is a greater chance than ever, we are closer than ever to having a general election before christmas but it is not a dead search. we have had, if you like, an enthusiasmometer out this morning. labour seem very unenthusiastic. will the other parties back and election? i will let you be the judge as to whether they are saying a definite yes. we need to look at this, speak to colleagues and then make a decision today. we wanted to make sure we got the extension from the eu, which happened yesterday, we wanted to
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make sure that no deal is off the table and the prime minister cannot bring, through some trickery, his withdrawal agreement bill back to the comments. we need to see whether this new proposal from the prime minister fulfils those conditions, we minister fulfils those conditions, we will look at it very carefully. we are standing together with the snp, i think we are on the same page. it is not a no budget is not an enthusiastic endorsement, and effervescence an enthusiastic endorsement, and effe rvesce nce yes . an enthusiastic endorsement, and effervescence yes. they are on the same page, but it does not say yes at the top of it quite yet. it was the government perspective. we do not have a working majority in parliament, that is not a healthy state for parliament to bn, as we have seen with the inability to get done over the last few weeks. i think it is right, i hope opposition mp5 will come with is, let's vote. they need a simple majority, 50% of mps plus one, a lower hurdle than
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last time. the government has tried to persuade opposition parties to back them saying they have parked their brexit plan until after the election, rather than getting it into law before the election. it looks like there might be wiggle room, the lib dems are saying let's go for the 9th of december, the government are saying that well. i am not much good brexit predictions but there seems to be room to manoeuvre with the tenth and 11th. maybe we will be heading towards an election. thank you for your analysis, chris. we will be speaking to barry gardinerfrom analysis, chris. we will be speaking to barry gardiner from the opposition in about half an error. almost 200,000 people in california have been ordered to leave their homes, as emergency crews battle a huge wildfire. a state—wide emergency has been declared, with strong winds making it difficult to stop the flames from spreading. limited edition 50p coins, produced to mark the date the uk leaves the eu, are set to be melted down after the october 31st deadline was missed. the royal mint had been asked to produce up
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to 10 million new coins. but the 50p has now been scrapped after the uk agreed an extension untiljanuary. that is the other deadline there was, 29th of march. remember that one?! a treasury spokesman said a coin would still be produced once brexit has actually happened. probably best to wait for it! you are watching breakfast. the long—awaited public inquiry report into what happened on the night of the grenfell tower fire will be officially released tomorrow. details leaked to the media this morning suggest the fire service has been heavily criticised for its response. before the publication, brea kfast‘s graham satchell spoke with families of some of the victims about their concerns. yeah, hello, hi, the fire's in grenfell tower. the first emergency call of the night. quick, quick, quick, quick. they're on their way. as the fire took hold, residents who rang 999 were told to stay put. i mean, my uncle lived
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on the top floor of the tower. and he called the fire services on a number of occasions that night. he was calm, collected, because he was told to stay where he was. they knew where he was and they were coming to get him. and then, eventually, the smoke came into his flat and he... ..he died, you know? you know, they didn't do enough, i feel. could the fire service have done more? normally fires in tower blocks are contained in one flat. residents are told to stay put because it's safer than trying to get out. your full name? danielle amara cotton. the public enquiry was told there was an early need for a total evacuation. but at grenfell the stay put policy was kept in place for almost two hours. i wouldn't change anything we did on the night, i think... the head of london's fire brigade stunned residents when she told the enquiry she couldn't have
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planned for the fire and wouldn't have done anything differently. do you stand by everything you said at the enquiry? so clearly a lot of things i said at the enquiry were based on what we knew on the night and our response on the night. speaking at the london assembly two weeks ago, dany cotton said lessons had been learned. today if there's a fire in a building with cladding the advice is to get out and stay out. those buildings need to be evacuated immediately. and by the time we get there, the wait and watch people should be taking the steps and we go and assist and evacuate. if you had your time again, you would have abandoned stay put earlier? so if i was able to know about the building what i know now, clearly we'd have to. we didn't know that about the building. no building should ever have behaved like that. it let the people of grenfell down. but there were warnings from history. most recently at lakanal house in 2009, a refurbished tower and south london where fire spread up the outside. again, people were told to stay put and died. we all compare lakanal house because there was a public enquiry,
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it made recommendations, scotland listened and scotland implemented those recommendations but we didn't. and, had we have done, we probably would never have been in this situation we are in today. the public enquiry‘s first report tomorrow will focus largely on the response of the fire service, questions about cladding, the local authority, early regulations will come next year. some are worried firefighters will be made scapegoats. every month near grenfell tower there is a silent march. the most poignant moment when residents pass the local fire station. there is no doubt firefighters acted heroically on the night. but the fire service does have questions to answer. graham satchell, bbc news. matt wrack, general secretary of the fire brigades union, joins us now from our london newsroom. resort a little bit of him in that report. thank you very much for coming on the programme —— we saw a little bit of him. i know you have
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signed a nondisclosure agreement so cannot discuss certain things, but i would like to talk around the report if possible. the leaks are highly critical of the london fire brigade, i wonder what your reaction is to the planning about this type of incident, saying it was wholly inadequate? a girl it is unfortunate somebody has leaked this, it will cause a lot of dismay to firefighters and the local community and we are complying with the agreement we reached with the g re nfell tower agreement we reached with the grenfell tower inquiry. the first frustration firefighters will have is that, as we want from the start, the inquiry is back to front. we are looking at the night of the fire instead of what led up to it. the truth is that fire spread in the way it did because it was wrapped in clu b it did because it was wrapped in club —— in flammable cladding, that isa club —— in flammable cladding, that is a key issue but it is not being addressed. the firefighters turned up addressed. the firefighters turned up after the building had, in reality, already been turned into a
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death trap. firefighters' reactions, which were remarkable in the circumstances, are being scrutinised. nobody is trying to avoid scrutiny but we think the ordering of the inquiry is com pletely ordering of the inquiry is completely back to front. do you think some of those firefighters, who we noted heroic things that night, feel unfairly scrutinised ? who we noted heroic things that night, feel unfairly scrutinised? —— who we know did heroic things.” think there is a sense of injustice. the report mentioned lakanal house, the clarinet la ka nal the report mentioned lakanal house, the clarinet lakanal house wrote to various people, including the london fire brigade, but also eric pickles, a government minister. the people getting away in all the scrutiny scot—free are the people who set policy which created the regime that allow buildings to have fire safety undermined. nobody is questioning them. we raise the question of state purchased several years ago following the deaths of two
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firefighters, we raised it directly in relation to grenfell at least as early as last december. the inquiry was asked buyers to issue an interim recommendation regarding a review of state perch at that time. they did not act. we wrote to government ministers, they did not act. people in very high positions of authority have failed to do anything serious about the risks facing people in residential blocks of flats, but firefighters are now being held to public scrutiny, i think it is somewhat unjust. explained the significance of lakanal house to us? the core problem grenfell tower is the breakdown of what we call compartment station. these buildings we re compartment station. these buildings were designed by the architects and we re were designed by the architects and were safer when they were built but they are now, meaning the fire should be contained within the compartment, or the flat or room of origin, because of fire safety design into the walls, ceilings, the floors, the doors, the windows and
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so on. floors, the doors, the windows and so on. that is all compromised by wrapping the building in flammable cladding, but we find a whole list of failings of fire safety provision within grenfell tower. firefighters work on the assumption that the building will act as it is designed to act, clearly at grenfell tower, it was not operating in that way. the warning sign and lacking our was there was another fire were compartment agent broke down and the coroner alerted the secretary of state, eric pickles, of the need to address those issues. 0ur concern is that was not followed through thoroughly. one side of this is theirfamily, friends, thoroughly. one side of this is their family, friends, residents desperate for answers and desperate forjustice. 0n the other side of that, you represent the firefighters who feel have been unfairly criticised, and the spotlight being put upon them. can you take us back
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to that night? in terms of failure of communication, where you and others are where things were not being done correctly? the firefighters stand in solidarity with the community. including the right of people to ask difficult questions, nobody is trying to judge that. firefighters have known for a long time, i think members of the public were quite shocked, at the communications equipment. this is not a failure of the system, it is a failure of equipment, the higher up the building firefighters went, the less likely they were to be able to communicate with control systems on the ground. people trying to ensure the ground. people trying to ensure the safety of cruise on the upper floors loss communications with those firefighters who were in the most dangerous part of the building. i think people would be shocked that is the situation facing firefighters in the capital city. those lessons have come out of earlier incidents
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and accidents we have had to investigate, that is not particularly surprising. the issue is systemic, firstly how do we allow buildings to see fire safety com pletely buildings to see fire safety completely compromised ? secondly, how is it the systems we have in place are not actually applying the lessons, because some of these were known, why are they not applying the lessons across the country? it is not a london fire brigade issue, it isa not a london fire brigade issue, it is a national issue. there are buildings with this type of cladding all over the country and buildings with other breakdowns and fire safety all over the country. that is a national matter and one that government should have addressed immediately after the grenfell tower fire. instead, they had told us they are waiting for this inquiry. we might be waiting years to get to the bottom of this if we allow it to continue. i know you have been with usa continue. i know you have been with us a long time already, but we heard in the report, graham satchell asked
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jonny clayton about what she said at the time, she said she would not have changed anything and she seems to have slightly changed position. do you think london fire brigade and others have learnt enough about what happened at grenfell, so it would not happen in the same way? —— graham satchell asked da ny not happen in the same way? —— graham satchell asked dany cotton. the people running the london fire brigade have to apply the lessons of this fire and previous fires. we have alerted government ministers of the need to act quickly on altering or reviewing the issue of state perch, for example government ministers have failed to act on that. let's scrutinise london fire brigade and its management, but why is nobody holding to account the fire minister or the home secretary all, for that matter, the prime minister, who was previously in charge of the london fire brigade himself, because. really good to
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speak to you, match rack, the general secretary the fire brigades union. we will continue talking about that, because the actual report, some of which has been leaked, comes out tomorrow morning, and there will be subsequent inquiries looking at things outside of that night. carol's at westonbirt arboretum in gloucestershire with this morning's weather. good morning. good morning. it is gorgeous. look at that aerial view, it is beautiful, all the autumnal colours. we had greens, reds and yellows. but it is also a cold start to the day. a frosty starter for many parts of the uk, and we are looking at lots of dry weather with some sunshine. but there are showers and also some rain too. we have showers scattered across the north and east of the uk and also some rain coming in across the southwest.
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through the day, that will be accompanied in the south—west by strong easterly wens. add 10am in scotland, mostly dry, some showers in the north and east, many of us will net them. try for northern ireland with sunny spells. for northern england into the midlands, most of wales and most of eastern and southern england, that is the case. in the east there will be some showers, developing along the thames estuary today, quite a year in essex and kent. in the west we have a bit more clout and also the rain coming in across isles of scilly, cornwall, devon and the channel islands. the status quo more or less stays the same, most of us will miss them, they are the exception rather than they are the exception rather than the rule. about 8 degrees in the north to around 13 in the south, under the cloud and any rain. this evening and overnight, in clearer
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skies, temperatures will drop like a rock and it will be another cold night, in sheltered areas we will see frost and patchy mist and fog across above the sheltered blends in scotla nd across above the sheltered blends in scotland where there is less of a breeze. the rain will continue into the south—west, heading in the direction of the isle of wight and dorset and hampshire. the temperatures you saw on your screen also represent towns and cities in the —— towns and cities, in the countryside they will be lower. tomorrow morning we're off to a dry and sunny start for most, that the is building ahead of the rain in the south—west, the rain very slowly moving south—eastward. south—west, the rain very slowly moving south—eastwa rd. temperatures again between about eight or nine to about 13. after that we start to see about 13. after that we start to see a return to milder but more u nsettled a return to milder but more unsettled conditions. thank you very much, carol. i have to linger on that shot, the colours are very
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beautiful. would you splash—out up to £12,000 to see england take on south africa at this weekend's rugby world cup final? it seems plenty of fans are doing just that, with airlines and travel agents reporting a huge spike in demand for flights to japan. breakfast'sjohn maguire has been to meet some of those who've been scrambling for tickets. along with millions of others, ben harvey settled down in front of the tv on saturday morning, more in hope than expectation. but once england booked their place in the final, ben decided to book his place to go and support them. so we still don't have anywhere to stay. but we've got some friends that live in tokyo, so we might be sleeping on sofas. it's quite expensive,
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so we're trying to work that out. tickets, we've managed to use the rugby community and our contacts and friends and we've managed to get four tickets today. brilliant. we will be in the stadium at least. and he'll be well prepared thanks to his girlfriend helping him pack. i think i've been with this man long enough to know there's never a dull moment and to expect anything so, of course, when england won, my phone was lighting up with lots of prayer hands and pleases and begs, so i knew we'd won at that point. and, yeah, he said he's going to tokyo. it was less of a question and more "i'm going". but you were happy? yeah, i think it's one of those things you've got to do, haven't you? if anyone had the chance they'd jump. and also wearing the red rose with pride at the final will be these four friends from keynsham rugby club, already getting to grips with japanese cuisine. use your fingers, kev. use yourfingers or you'll starve, kev. that's the bristolian in her coming up, isn't it? bristolian chopsticks. gryff is fulfilling a promise he made to himself after a friend offered him a ticket to the final back in 2003. i ummed and aahed, busy at work and whatever excuse you want to make, but i didn't go. and the last 14—15 years,
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whatever it is, he's ripped into me every week, every season. it's been living with me and i thought, well, if england do get to the final stages, then i can't do that again. and after a few heart—stopping false starts, they finally managed to book some flights. it wasn't an easy process but i was just so excited and fraught, couldn't believe we were doing this. it's so spontaneous and pretty much insane, really. as for barney and his wife kay, the arm twisting didn't take long. i wasn't going to go. we discussed it, didn't we? and then sense didn't really come into it. and i said, yes, we want to go. kay, do you want to go? what to go where? i was just sat having a cup of coffee. gareth just stood up and said, "do you want to go tojapan?" i couldn't really take it in. and then the girls just both said, "mum, just say yes" so i did. the next time they'll eat
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sushi will be in tokyo. meanwhile, many others are still trying to get there. so if you can make it tojapan, the next challenge is to get hold of one of these, apparently changing hands for up to £50,000. this is a genuine rugby world cup final ticket, england vs south africa. and it's mine. only problem is it was from the game in 2007. oh, well, only another 95 days till the six nation starts. john mcguire, bbc news, not in nippon. don't you dare feel sorry for him! i think a lot of people feel the same way, but we will be together watching at 9am on saturday. it will be good. from an england perspective, i understand the world to do not want to play that third—place play—off. time to get the news, travel and weather where you are.
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good morning. a bit of cloud and some rain affecting southern parts of england, keeping temperatures up this morning but for most of us, it's another cold and frosty start but we keep sunny weather into the afternoon once again. i mention the cloud across the south and this weather system here and rain, high pressure dominating things for many of us which is wired so settled at the moment with the dry weather and some clear skies across many northern areas, which is why temperatures it got to below freezing. a bit of a frosty start, yes, and while we go through the day, it will be fairly similar to yesterday. 0ne day, it will be fairly similar to yesterday. one or two showers on the north—east of scotland. perhaps the odd shower down the eastern side of england particularly in the
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south—east, and still the patchy rain on the far south—west of england, more cloudy here. elsewhere, though, looking at the blue skies and sunshine, around 9— through tonight, we continue with this cloud and outbreaks of rain across the far south. 0ne this cloud and outbreaks of rain across the far south. one or two showers coming into what eastern coastal areas but otherwise, clear skies and the game, temperatures across southern part staying up above freezing. 8—10dc, the coldest conditions further north and certainly for scotland, a frost going into wednesday morning. so, first thing tomorrow morning, you may have to do scratch them ice off the car windscreen once again. high pressure is still there. this weather system in the south—west will slowly move its way in but is bumping up against that area of high pressure which will be quite stubborn, so any rain across the south and west will be fairly slow to move its way north and east, so it could be very much similar to today, really, without rain, cloud in the south—west. elsewhere,
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sunshine on wednesday. and temperatures in about 8—12, may be 13 in the south—west. by thursday, the rain will make more inroads in across the uk. turning a bit more u nsettled across the uk. turning a bit more unsettled for many of us. goodbye. this is worklife from bbc news, with sally bundock and tim willcox. bp announces a sharp drop in profits. we ta ke we take a look at big oil and ask what role renewable energy will happen in the future. live from london, that's our top story on tuesday 29th october.
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bp announces a sharp drop in profits. bp now down 1% on lower profits despite producing more oil than it did last year. we will talk you through its latest
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