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hello. this is breakfast with rogerjohnson and nina warhurst. good morning. here's a summary of today's main stories from bbc news. prince andrew has told the bbc he doesn't regret his friendship with the late convicted sex offender jeffrey epstein because of the trade and business opportunities it provided. in an exclusive interview with newsnight‘s emily maitlis, the duke of york also categorically good morning. welcome to breakfast denied having any sexual contact with a woman who says she was forced with rogerjohnson and nina warhurst. our headlines today: to have sex with him when she was 17. prince andrew categorically denies having sexual relations with an american woman who says she was forced to have sex with him when she was 17. we spoke to the former buckingham i can absolutely, categorically palace press secretary dickie tell you it never happened. arbiter. to say he doesn't regret the friendship, to the duke of york said he didn't regret his friendship words —— use words like his with the late american billionaire paedophilejeffrey epstein. behaviour was unbecoming, he was a we'll have reaction from here and the us from last sex offender and the duke of york night's extraordinary interview. in sport, wales move a step came into the 21st century and closer to euro 2020. they beat azerbaijan to keep automatic qualification admitted he was a sex offender, it in their own hands. has not gone down very well and it
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will not affect the royal family, it will not affect the royal family, it will certainly affect the duke of some cloudy and wet weather. you york and it will affect improbably and his relationship with his various charities and work because they might say, well, all this has will see the sunshine over the next come out in the wash, we are not few days. i have your full forecast terribly sure whether we want him to here on breakfast. hello. good come along. northern ireland said earlier in the year they would put him off and what other people putting off in 2020? morning. it's sunday the 17th november. the conservatives have set out more our top story: details of their plans for immigration after brexit, saying migrants will be treated equally regardless of in an exclusive interview where they come from. with newsnight, the duke of york has the cost for migrants to use the nhs would also rise, categorically denied having any sexual contact with a woman while the rules who says she was forced to have sex on claiming benefits, which currently favour with him when she was 17. eu nationals, would change. prince andrew also said he doesn't regret his friendship labour, meanwhile, have pledged with the late convicted free dental care in england sex offenderjeffrey epstein. if they win the general election. our royal correspondent the government and armed forces have nicholas witchell reports. been accused of covering up illegal killings by british troops an interview like no—one at in afghanistan and iraq. buckingham palace. the queen both an investigation by the bbc‘s panorama programme and the sunday times has spoken to british mexicans, rins andrew, being detectives who say they found question for 45 minutes about the credible evidence of war crimes. allegations of sleeves which have swirled around him. they began when this photograph was but the investigators say published some years ago. it shows strong cases were not prosecuted
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and evidence of torture and murder was disregarded. andrew and a 17—year—old girl, the ministry of defence has denied the claims. the mayor of greater manchester, virginia roberts. she claims she had andy burnham, says he has concerns been groomed by others to provide sexual favours. and she claims that about the use of any sort of cladding on buildings at this nightclub, tramp in 2001 she after a fire at a student accommodation block in bolton on friday. the fire service has confirmed that the material on the building was introduced to prince andrew. he is not the same as that used insists he was home that night and on grenfell tower in london, he said there was a medical reason but mr burnham says it raises issues that need to be addressed. which disproves ms roberts's an investigation has been launched allegation. she described dancing into what caused the blaze. riot police in hong kong have fired with you and you profusely sweating tear gas at student protesters close and that she went on to have a bath, to the city's polytechnic university. the activists, who had been possibly... there is a slight wobble throwing petrol bombs at officers, with the sweating. -- slight were forced to retreat behind make—shift barricades at the campus problem. because i have a peculiar in what were described as some of the most dramatic scenes since protests began more medical condition which is that i don't sweat, or i didn't sweat at than five months ago. the time, and that was... actually, let's catch up with the sport. we yes. i didn't sweat at the time will talk about wales and the because i had suffered what i would football in a minute because it was describe as an over dice —— overdose a great night for them with the qualifications now very much in
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of adrenaline in the falklands war when i was shot at and i simply it their own hands. i havejust spotted was almost impossible for me to their own hands. i havejust spotted the story. an exclusive from stephen sweat. the other key figure is jones, our rugby correspondence, jeffrey epstein, the new york suggesting the points deduction. we financier who befriended andrew and haven't verified it, which is why we employed virginia roberts and other young girls. in 2008 he was are not talking about it, and saracens are playing today, but convicted of a child sex offence and saracens are playing today, but saracens have been given this sent to prison. in 2010, andrew massive fine, a huge points visited jeffrey epstein after his deduction from reaching the salary. release from prison and stayed for they said they would appeal the several nights at his home in new york. it is the one area where deadline and that deadline is andrew concedes he made a wrong tomorrow. according to the times, they will not bother. it is judgement. i have gone through this interesting on so many levels... 35 in my mind so many times. at the end points deduction. if that was of the day, a benefit of all the football, you might as well give up hindsight that one could have, it now. in the last four seasons, i did was definitely the wrong thing to my maths, they would have stayed up and buy quite some margin. he did do, but at the time, i felt it was not necessarily the end of the world but it is fascinating to find out the honourable and right thing to do. andrew must know he has what will happen, and also, all the occasionally considerable gamble by other clubs, they haven't decided where the money will go. £5.4 doing this interview. it is unclear whether it will pay off for him.
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million. that could be quite a big nicholas witchell, bbc news. windfall for the other clubs, so a we'll be getting reaction to that double whammy for them over exclusive interview throughout the programme this morning, saracens. they are citing the and in around halfan hour, we'll be speaking to a lawyer for european champions cup today. they some ofjeffery epstein's accusers. can't spend on the players because that's at around 6:a0. that would... let's not go there. in other news this morning... maths. let's move on. talk about the the conservatives have set out more details of their plans football. wales now have qualification for for immigration after brexit, next summer's european championships saying migrants will be treated in their own hands. equally regardless of where they come from. they haven't qualified yet. the cost for migrants to use the nhs would also rise. they beat azerbaijan, labour, meanwhile, have pledged while slovakia lost, free dental care in england. let's speak to our political so, if wales beat hungary correspondent susana mendonca. in cardiff on tuesday, what's different about what the conservatives they will be at euro 2020. are saying today? northern ireland's hopes of automatic qualification are over, though, after they drew with the netherlands. patrick gearey wraps up the action. for wales's automatic qualification hopes, it was baku or bust. i think we have got a bit more victory in azerbaijan was essential, so in the world's lowest lying capital city, they chose to aim high. detail in terms of what their that's 65" kiefer moore who might policies are. we know immigration is have retired early this year a big issue for the conservatives in with a fractured skull. this election, they think they can nights like this need courage. pick up voters. we have this commit to ending free movement, which we bravely takes different forms. have heard about from the sometimes it's the decision conservatives, basically saying that to just have a go. eu workers would have to fit the danieljames did.
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same rules as workers coming from harry wilson and wales other parts of the world, and so benefited, 2—0. that sucked the nerves they have to have a job offer out of the azeri air. there were chances for a third, becoming —— before coming to the uk but the job was done, or at least part one. asa becoming —— before coming to the uk as a same way people do from other hungary on tuesday will be decisive. parts of the world. there are additional bits of policy there, so northern ireland know their manager, there would be a five year wait michael 0'neill, will be leaving them, but first, he has before any new migrant would be able something he wants to finish. like wales, northern ireland are guaranteed a spot to claim benefits, and also, this in the play—offs. so, why not have a go additional charge for using the nhs. against the netherlands? it would go up from £400 to £650 for you never know your luck. the referee spotted a dutch handball in there — penalty. the taker steven davis, the captain and owner of 116 caps... migrants using nhs. so all of this anyone can miss them. commentator: incredible! is designed to try and win over it felt as crucial as it did cruel those voters for whom immigration is as the netherlands pushed a big issue. but we have already had on in the second half, some reaction from the business threatening only rarely lobby concern about whether or not but controlling near completely. they would be able to recruit the number of workers who are from low they only needed a draw to reach the finals. northern ireland needed more. skilled backgrounds and whether or but they wouldn't not they would recruit them on a get another chance. despite denying the dutch, they temporary basis as well as any must make do with the play—offs. permanent basis. and there was a but for those games at least, marathon meeting yesterday between 0'neill will still be there by their side. there might yet be some leaving do. senior labourfigures. marathon meeting yesterday between
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senior labour figures. what came out patrick gearey, bbc news. of that? this is labour hammering out his manifesto. we will get a scotland will also have to qualify clear detail later on in the week, via the nations league play—offs but what we have as part of this despite getting their first away win under steve clarke in cyprus. ma nifesto but what we have as part of this manifesto is some detail around they took the lead through immigration. immigration for labour had been an issue they were ryan christie's great strike, concerned about, whether or not it his first international goal. would play well with voters because but cyprus responded the labour conference, there had with a brilliant goal of their own, former dundee and rangers player georgios efrem the goalscorer. been a push from labour, grassroot members to actually extend freedom scotland weren't behind for long, though, john mcginn scoring the winner. of movement. well, what we have in 2—1 the final score. this manifesto is no explicit commitment to that because the unions were particularly concerned well, england have of course already qualified for euro 2020, about the impact that might have on but they face kosovo in pristina this afternoon voters who are concerned about in their final group game. immigration, and they are also talking about regulating the kosovo manager bernard challandes employment markets so people don't is calling england feel as though they are supposed "the best side in europe right now" undercut by cheaper labour from and gareth southgate says other parts of the world. we are that's all because of an abundance of attacking options. hearing about dental checks, having a free teeth mot, so basically people would be encouraged to go to the dentist and actually have that we have got a lot of good attacking players. that is the beauty of this team, that we can... treatment that, at the moment we are it is difficult for defences to focus on one person to try and stop them because
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seeing a lot of people, labour say, three, four other players going into a&e presenting with problems around the teeth and this can step forward, would help that issue. thank you. the government and armed forces have score goals, create goals. been accused of covering up illegal killings by british troops in afghanistan and iraq. the movements are good an investigation by the bbc‘s and the individual ability is good, panorama programme and the sunday so i think we are quite difficult times has spoken to british at the moment detectives who say they found for the opposition credible evidence of war crimes. to plan for. well, southgate's side won 5—3 when the two sides met last month but the investigators say strong in southampton, and kosovo's manager cases were not prosecuted, is expecting his defence to be and evidence of torture in for another busy and murder was disregarded. night this evening. nobody has called so much. the ministry of defence has denied the claims. the incredible the mayor of greater manchester, andy burnham, says he has concerns offensive of this team. about the use of any sort of cladding on buildings 7-0, 6-0, 5-0, 5-0, after a fire at a block of student 5—0 — incredible! flats in bolton on friday. nobody, no team, and that means the fire service has confirmed for us it is a challenge, that the material on the building incredible challenge. is not the same type as used on grenfell tower in london, but mr burnham says it raises issues moving on to tennis now. that need to be addressed, stefanos tsitsipas will face as kevin fitzpatrick reports. dominic thiem in the final of tennis's world tour finals in london this afternoon. it's the first time tsitsipas has it was a fire that spread rapidly qualified for the tournament and he caused a big upset in the semifinals,
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and ripped through the top three beating roger federer. the greek player, who's 17 years younger than federer, took an early lead and eventually the first set. federer was flawless floors of this building in the town in beating novak djokovic earlier in the competition, but was well below par as tsitsipas eventually centre. people were panicking, took the match in straight sets. coming up because there was a real fire and there was a lot of smoke. people were panicking, everyone ran out. heard banging on the door, saying fire, and i grabbed, like, my i grew up watching roger as a kid, phone, like, the jacket and shoes watching him at the finals, andl phone, like, the jacket and shoes and ijust phone, like, the jacket and shoes and i just ran. phone, like, the jacket and shoes watching him in the wimbledon, and ijust ran. 220 students are registered as living there, and by saturday afternoon, the fire service plenty of finals. said they had spoken to everyone of wished i can step out on the court them. people were crying, talking one day and face him about possessions. it was mostly and today i am here, living the dream. i could never picture myself standing here, but it did happen. just uni work, a lot of people had dreams do come true! uni work they believe would have in the day's other semifinal, been destroyed, passports and dominic thiem beat the defending champion alexander zverev la pto ps been destroyed, passports and laptops and valuables. the fire in straight sets. the austrian, like tsitsipas, service say this place was ferocious will be going for his first title and it spread quickly through the at the o2 arena. top floors of the six story building and at its peak, 40 fire engines and england's women's rugby union side appliances were battling the fire. have beaten france for the second time in a week. it took around five hours to get it world player of the year emily under control. i really want to praise the actions of my scarratt passed the 500—point firefighters and officers. their mark for england, but they still early intervention and quick needed a dramatic late try decision in evacuating this morning from lydia thompson
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at pace has made a real difference to seal the 17—15 victory. to the outcome. the mayor andy as we said earlier... burnham said that swift evacuation saracens will begin the defence was due to a recent change in of their european champions cup today when they face french side approach. as well as a fire command racing 92 in their first pool match. which would always be sent by the that's one of three games today. fire service to any incident of this yesterday, exeter were the best of the british sides kind, they sent an evacuation with a convincing win command, which was a learning of against la rochelle. henry slade scored one of their their own from grenfell tower. the four tries in a 31—12 win. mayor vendor cladding on the ulster have also begun building different to that which with a victory but onlyjust. they beat bath 17—16, caused the grenfell tower disaster. robert little with the second but it was still considered to pose of their two tries. a risk in a subsequent fire safety there were also wins inspection in 2017. the authorities believe work to remedy that has for leinster and glasgow. taken place, believe work to remedy that has ta ken place, but believe work to remedy that has taken place, but an investigation will now establish whether it was and that is the sport. thank you done to standard. the prime minister very much. visited a support centre for those a very busy weekend. there was lots who have been displaced. bolton of other stuff. thank you. a major fire at a block of student university is providing temporary accommodation, food and clothing for those affected. in the meantime, an flats in bolton has been described as a "catastrophic investigation is under way to establish our displays began. kevin failure" in fire safety. thankfully, everyone escaped safely, but it's emerged some of those who lived in the building fitzpatrick, bbc news, bolton. were initially unsure
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whether it was a genuine fire because the alarms would riot police in hong kong have fired go off almost daily. tear gas at student protesters close one of the residents, to the city's polytechnic university. the activists, who had been kyra rivett, joins us. throwing petrol bombs at officers, were forced to retreat behind bolton university vice—chancellor make—shift barricades at the campus george holmes as well in what were described as some and bolton students union of the most dramatic scenes since the protests began president ansh sachdeva. more than five months ago. that was your blog where you lived. now, if you need a bit of inspiration this sunday morning, explain what happened and how events a 9—year—old boy from belgium unfolded. i walked in from work is about to become the world's youngest ever university graduate. laurent seemons is studying for an electrical engineering degree in the netherlands, around 8:30 and the alarm goes off, and if all goes to plan, andi he'll graduate next month. around 8:30 and the alarm goes off, and i thought it was another false he has a photographic alarm, it is not a problem. i walked memory and an iq of 145 — up that's 15 points off einstein alarm, it is not a problem. i walked up to alarm, it is not a problem. i walked my alarm, it is not a problem. i walked up to my flat and one of my flatmates came out of my door, and stephen hawking. screaming, it is a realfire! and in the future, when you walked across the decking you could see the smoke coming out of this one flat. you could just see he wants to explore how robotics can help extend human life. loads of student screaming, knocking on doors to get everybody out of the you wouldn't bet against him, would accommodation. we all gathered in the end... you have lost everything. you? not quite so good in gold,
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most of us have, especially people though. beaten by his own robot by the looks who lived on the top floor, all at it. you can't be good at their belongings have gone. people's everything! you're watching breakfast from bbc news. it's time now for a look at the newspapers. flats that haven't been damaged, let's look at the front pages, there is water damage and smoke which are dominated by one damage. if a story in particular. the mail on sunday is one of several papers there is water damage and smoke damage. ifa plan there is water damage and smoke damage. if a plan —— place gets to lead with the bbc‘s declared unsafe, we're not sure. prince andrew interview. what is the first you heard of it?” it focuses on some of the reaction from viewers, many of whom it says made a report yesterday and they said the fire broke out at 8:29 and were shocked by his apparent "total lack of empathy" for epstein's victims. i got the call at 8:35. the thing the sunday mirror's headline refers which i admire the most about the to part of prince andrew's interview where he was asked about student is even after this time of virginia giuffre's description turmoil, as she said, they were still knocking on the doors to make of dancing with the prince, sure their friends were out. and my saying he sweated profusely. reaction when i saw it was i didn't the duke said he "couldn't sweat" at that time because of a medical condition. know it would end up being so big, the sunday telegraph also carries a picture of prince andrew, but when i saw it, it was really but its main story is about the election. shocking. but the only concern was it has interviewed borisjohnson — his first newspaper interview of the campaign — who has claimed the loss of possessions is that every conservative difficult, but i want everybody to parliamentary candidate has personally pledged be safe. so i saw someone getting to back his brexit
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deal in the commons. rescued and something... to see that and most read on the bbc news website this morning it is... the investigation begins is the prince andrew interview. if you missed it last night, now. 0ut did this happen? would it have been stopped? what is it can be seen on the bbc iplayer. fundamentally after people and their mental health, coping with what is a we have got several guests coming up traumatic experience. yes, the this morning to talk about this. we university staff, the students and will talk to a lawyer who is unions have moved into action straightaway to support the students and we have been working 38 hours representing some of jeffrey straight now on this. you have not epstein's accusers, a former press slept! we are struggling through officer at buckingham palace. it will be really interesting to get that, but we have put in place every his side. also, let's have a look student now has new accommodation la st student now has new accommodation last night, they all had a new bed inside some of the pages. heading up ina new last night, they all had a new bed in a new accommodation for the next to christmas of course, impulse buys week. we have guaranteed that. the makes a little story for the mail on university has cover the cost of that. this is not our building, it does not belong to the university, sunday. apparently all the little but clearly we need to support our impulse buys that you might buy students and we have created a space during the course of your life could add up to cost you £144,000. that is for them across bolton and we have massive support from all the people
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like the bar of chocolate when you there offering accommodation. we are waiting at the checkout, in some people, it might be a lot more have also used our own accommodation, orlando village and the students have a comfortable expensive if they have lots of cash. place to be and have walked away this says a lot about you. iamjust this says a lot about you. i am just not impulsive. i am just with a £500 cash payment yesterday rather boring. so i wouldn't buy an for state education as an emergency impulse thing very often. what is life without those little measure so they can deal with... they have not got any clothes, they moments? those little treats for yourself? the top ten impulse buyers, need to buy a toothbrush, all the essentials alive. of course we have chocolate, coffee, magazines, underwear! an impulse buy of provided free food and drink all day underwear. to me, that is not enough money and yesterday and today. and the family as well. they are away from spent on it. did you do work experience at school? them. that is hard. bubbly at a local radio station or you said before we went on you walked in, the alarm was going off a something similarly unimpressed. idid something similarly unimpressed. i did work experience at a different new thought... it always goes off. television news channel. shark it is always a false alarm. it could experience... this is children in have been so much worse, couldn't lancashire doing their work it? it could have been, yes. we were lucky that it was only at 830 in the experience via a computer imagery, evening, not morning. we were quite virtual reality. but it has been lucky that everyone was aware of the
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criticised because basically you are situation and everyone dealt with it not going out and interacting with really well. it just goes people, and the criticism is although virtual reality works in situation and everyone dealt with it really well. itjust goes often so some ways because it projects into often because it goes off at three o'clock in the morning and you think that working environment, it is all i will not get up because it is about turning up, being brave enough not... some of them would have been to speak to people in the new environment and that is part of it. out, had a few drinks by that time and would have been fast asleep. absolutely. learning to have the confidence to present yourself to other people. in the sun on sunday, out, had a few drinks by that time and would have been fast asleepm they have a picture of a diver being could have been... could have been, but i am really, really grateful that everyone out safe and no—one was hurt during it. what bombarded by a pack of sea lions on conversations are you having now a dive. probably quite frightening with students, people who have lost everything? there have been given says the sea lion of approval. they we re says the sea lion of approval. they were just wanting to be playful. things that won't last long. the the someone sunday had a lot of main concern is the mental health as well. when the fire and all the stuff about i'm a celebrity. we will talk about that. it starts tonight. things were happening, i think i some people will be excited about would like to mention that we need it. the first time they are not using to give credit to the students in live bugs. there has been our the sense that they made groups and decision not to do that because of then we sent into accommodations. animal cruelty. we will talk about that very issue. here's matt with a look sorry, i was wanting to ask one more
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at this morning's weather. question. finish what you are going to say. the way the students have iam i am welcome i hope you are too. it behaved, at 8:41, i got a call will be a day in which it will be a saying you can send the students now bit grey and damp outside but they to orlando village, so we got groups will be some sunshine here and now, more developing across the north of students, moved them away from later, extending to many of us as we the fire, credit to the firemen on going to the start of this coming the fire, credit to the firemen on week. let's look at what is the policemen, the way they worked happening out there at the moment, it isa happening out there at the moment, was phenomenal. very brave, very it is a bit grey and damp in a few spots, some showers close to kent brave. other students, they way they and sussex at the moment, and also across parts of south—west wales into northern england, northern helped each other, i have, 3am i england one of the wettest spots. the rain we have here will turn into we nt helped each other, i have, 3am i went there after the fire was still going and everyone had a house, so i showers, in north—eastern scotland and northern ireland, turning brighter dry through the day, one or we nt going and everyone had a house, so i went there and i was broken so i tweeted saying that any donations two, not seeing much rain at all. are welcome. let me ask vessel homes the south—east corner, east anglia and the south england, away from quickly, do you now review all the kent and sussex should stay dry with student accommodation? —— professor some sunshine, but in between, homes. it was a lucky escape. do you across parts of northern england and wales, further rain and drizzle at review it all to make sure that times. another cool day for many. everything is shipshape and as it should be? the problem is we have
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enter denied, the cloudiest conditions remain across england and our own holes at the orlando village wales, scotland and northern ireland, clear skies and as you can halls. i cannot go into everybody see from our temperature charts, blue colours in the chart are else's accommodation and inspect to widespread frost, that is about manage it because it is all private minus 5— six, that will extend to accommodation. it is all your northern england as well, with a bit stu d e nts accommodation. it is all your students in there. but we don't recommend this accommodation. we of frost through parts of wales. the recommend this accommodation. we recommend our own accommodation and high—pressure meeting and will keep then students choose to go to where friends drive for many into monday, they want. does the university need more? the university has empty moving out from the mediterranean, that low pressure, close to the accommodation at the minute because wasting county of england, so east the private landlords are providing anglia could see that breeze, but accommodation that the students are choosing. in this case, it was chosen as a preferable place for away from that, early morning frost people to go and we were not and fog will clear away, some sunny spells developing and it should be a recommending in particular. we just dry day for the vast majority. still said there is a university in the cold side. and a cold night accommodation. if you want to use will follow monday night on tuesday, that, that is what we recommend. but students go to other places and we probably the coldest night of the week, i widespread frost will take can't stop that. that is impossible. us thank you very much for coming on. week, i widespread frost will take us into tuesday morning, greater best of luck in the coming days and chance of mist and fog around —— mist and fog around but brighter day weeks. here's matt with a look at this morning's weather. around eastern counties. later on we
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a bit more sunshine to enjoy what is could see clad increase in northern left of autumn, more cloud around ireland and the south—west, some and for some it will be damp. the splashes of rain pushing in here, dentist whether, showers towards temperatures looking to around 11 degrees in plymouth but mid single kent and sussex, south—west england digits in those chilly eastern areas and wales towards northern england, where actually there could be a lot and wales towards northern england, of dry weather over this coming and we have some wetter weather this morning across the west of scotland week. what will happen though is and northern ireland, though she was that the low pressure system is starting to come in off the put eastwards so not everyone in scotla nd put eastwards so not everyone in scotland and northern ireland will see rain by any means, brighter atlantic, bringing rain to the south—west. how much is uncertain at towards the north sea coast and the moment but a chance of wet things tanzania later, sunshine at weather here and there, the further times, hazy across parts of the east you are the more dry your week midlands and the south after a bit will be, but with the wind starting ofa midlands and the south after a bit of a misty start, but stay in grey, to come around from a south or that zone from northern england, south—easterly direction compared to rain or drizzle at times to the the north—easterly we have at the south—west, and a fairly chilly day. moment it will probably feel not cloud and further rain and drizzle quite as chilly as it does. temperatures creeping back into continue across england and wales double figures, more throughout the tonight but it does turn via morning, but right now it is back to northern england, clear skies in roger and morning, but right now it is back to scotla nd northern england, clear skies in scotland and northern ireland age —— rogerand nina. edge southwards and as they did so temperatures drop, the blue colours morning, but right now it is back to roger and nina. thank you very much. mean that tomorrow morning? and meet is very chilly across northern now on breakfast, it's time ireland and scotland, northern england, some pudgy frost of the
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for the film review. west of england and wales, as this area of high—pressure moves in, the high generally means dry weather which is good news, and much needed at the moment, certainly the case for many, but there is a low pressure system close by towards the east, so east southeast, a lot hello, and a very warm welcome to the film review on bbc news. claudia, occasional rain towards the to take us through this coast, could be a charity in the week's cinema releases, as ever, is mark kermode. north sea coast and a breezy day down eastern areas, but for many it hi, mark. what have you been watching? i think we have will be a dry, sunny day after that something for everyone. chilly start, and staying chilly all we have le mans 66, which stars christian bale and matt damon. the way through into the afternoon. we have the amazing johnathan doc, which is a documentary that even cold and i will follow through becomes an enigma. monday and tuesday, blue colours just showing about everyone could see a frost as we start tuesday and the report, in which the cia morning, but again, dry weather, a are called to account. greater chance of mist and fog on yeah, it's a really tuesday for england and wales, that interesting week, actually! will take a while to shift, and then it is! yes! the south—west will see some so let's start with le mans ‘66 — outbreaks of rain pushing income and a cold day but that rain is a sign not to be confused with le mans — of things changing for the second known in other territories as ford v ferrari. half week, instead of the weather you know, le mans was the 1971 coming down from the north it will picture which my dad took me to see come in from the south is a low when i was a kid. system starts to push their way in, so this is the story of the ford
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so they will be rain at times motor company attempting through southern and western areas to regain its mojo by winning for the rest of the week, eastern le mans at a time when, areas could stay largely dry. as the quote says in the film, james bond doesn't drive a ford. although, henry ford i! says that's because he is a degenerate. now on breakfast, it's time they essentially call in carroll shelby, who's this for the travel show. designer, played by matt damon, who wears a cowboy hat and a kind hello, and welcome to this look back of an all—american good old boy. at some of our recent adventures he wants to call in ken miles, here on the travel show. who's a british war veteran and race it's been a busy few months, so here's a taste car driver, played by of what's coming up. christian bale, who is very much his own man, and who we first meet in his garage. here's a clip. another satisfied customer? oh, wow! this is beautiful. can i help you, miss? wasn't that an mga 1500? ah, you know your cars! ilike them. i love the sound they make, this year lucy went along to a wine the way it goes right through you. festival in switzerland. as well as right. being home to unesco project did that vibration. mine is the wood—panelled country squire across the street.
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a real hot rod. vineyards, lucy: as wel vineyards, las being home to unesco—protected lavaux vineyards, vevey is known for its living tradition — oh, yeah? the fete des vignerons. a three—week long celebration of wine that transforms the town. is it fast? while switzerland might not spring very. to mind when you think of wine, wait a second. and the festival itself began what type of girl are ya? as a one—day feast hosted the type of girl who likes by an ancient brotherhood as a way the smell of wet gasoline... to reward the best winemaker ooh. ..burnt rubber... ooh. in the region. are you some kind and it clearly takes the locals of a deviant, are ya? a while to recover as the festival well, that makes sense. only takes place once i married you. every 20—25 years. the fete des vignerons began i think that does gives in 1797 as a small parade through the streets of vevey. you the sense, to some extent, of the playfulness of the story which, you know, in many ways is very serious. but because of unrest in the region so christian bale as that character, over the next couple of decades, and matt damon as someone who is very, very different. the next event wasn't organised now, like senna, this has sort for another 22 years. of a chalk—and—cheese pairing at the heart of it — a cycle that has notjust between their two remained ever since. characters, but also between them today the climax of the celebration as the designers and drivers is a daily show that takes place who have a, you know, in a specially—booked stadium a forward—looking vision, and features over 5,000 volunteers. and ford, who is this kind of very and this year, the show‘s been corporate motor company. created by the man behind cirque du soleil. they basically want him out because they think that he's a loose cannon, he won't do what he's told when he's put in front of the cameras, he says whatever i'm loving the vibe back here, comes into his mind. themed costumes, props everywhere. shelby wants him in because he says so, with 5,000 people in your show, it's the only way to win. do you think you got room
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you have to have someone who for one more? actually knows what they're doing. so, many things to like about this. do this with your hands, firstly, the performances are really terrific. you get to know these characters, dance with your hands. you get to like the characters laughter. and to care about them. secondly, the race sequences are just nail—biting — very much like that does that mean i'm in? ron howard picture rush. a lot of it is to do with the sound effects, talk me through what i'm the crunching gears. they filmed it in a way that does going to be doing? put you right in the cockpit you are going to be a dancer, a starling dancer. of the car, so you do feel the idea is that your upper body those race sequences. is completely separated i like all the behind—the—scenes from your lower body, stuff, the way in which it's, and your arms feel like wings that you know, it's that sort of fight you can fly with. between the corporate and the individual — which you could see to some extent as being, you know, maybe a fight you make that look really easy. about making films in a very sort of corporate—run environment. the most important thing is i don't really have any outside interest in motor racing at all but this documentary made me interested so, i've got my moves, in these characters — i didn't know how now it's time to get my costume. the story panned out. i didn't know any of these are huge. the twists and turns of it. yeah, and i loved senna in the same way. how do i look? am i working it? i like it. i didn't expect to. you're amazing. laughter. and it's a fantastic watch, so... then, the three—hour extravaganza began. the sun is blazing, it's so hot! and, i mean, i think it's really down to the fact that the film does have a joyous sense to it. i mean, it is a serious subject
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and it's a life—and—death subject but there is, as i say, i think you saw from that clip, i'm melting. totally worth it. there is a playfulness, a sense of entertainment, look at this atmosphere! of liking the people first and the cars second. 0k. applause. even if the people like the cars first and the people second, so... um, now, the second film today, i don't even know how to describe it, i don't know what the choreography wasn't to make of it, but... so important in the end, we have to tread... everyone was freestyling but it looked really good. thank god you are here. and what an honour to take part we have to be careful what we say. in something that only happens once so it's called the amazing johnathan documentary. every 20 years. it's a documentary about i ain't gonna to be this limber the amazing johnathan, a comedy magician who achieved huge in 20 years, i'll tell you that now! vegas success around the turn of the century and then — he called himself ‘the freddy krueger of comedy‘. his act involved appearing to scoop his eyeball out on stage, appearing to drive a skewer through his tongue. and then 2014, when he was on—stage, he announced that he had been given a year to live because he had well, we're always up for a challenge here a heart condition. on the travel show, but mike raised the documentary picks up in the more the bar recently when he went recent future in which he's to malaysia and tackled a climb still here and he's going that was a real test of endurance. out to do more gigs. but the reward was and it begins as a documentary about this extraordinary character, spectacular views. about whom i did not know anything, i'm in gunung mulu national park whether he'd achieved this sort of great deal of success. in malaysia's biggest state, but it very soon becomes a documentary about itself. because we discover sarawak. that the film—maker not only has his own particular interest it's home to some of the world's
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in telling this story, largest caves, formed from limestone but also that he's not the only and shaped by millions of years person trying to tell the story. of ground and rainwater. this process also created a bizarre so it has an unreliable narrator, somebody for their profession collection of stone spires is an illusionist, a prankster, above the ground. somebody who makes things appear real that aren't real. we have a documentary film—maker who starts making a documentary at almost 50 metres tall, about documentary film—making. the pinnacles are an imposing and we have enough twists and turns spectacle. that by the time it got to the final but to get there, sightseers face a long, brutal trek — at which point it could've through the rainforest. become very naval—gazing, reads: "caution. "a high degree of physical fitness it actually manages to pull off is required past this point. a bravura final flourish. eight hours' round trip." the only thing i'd say is if this has intrigued you, then see the film without reading another word about it. because i know that you've read about it. intense! yeah. lead the way! i — but yes, and i haven't seen let's go! breathes heavily. it, and i'm intrigued. that's as far as it goes. the less you know, the better. i mean, if you liked — like, same with, like, searching for sugar man, you know, those kinds of films in which the less you know as you go in, the better it is. because i did find myself going, "no! no! really? !" 0k! intrigued. well, that's always a good thing. the report. adam driver is danieljjones, who headed up this investigation
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you weren'tjoking! how is it? into the cia's use of enhanced steep! chuckles. interrogation techniques. we've onlyjust started and i'm the title of the film already pretty exhausted. says the torture report, breathes heavily. it's another kilometre before with the word ‘torture' blacked out i reach the most treacherous stage. — or, more specifically, redacted. so it's about the report this is the first ladder, mike. into the cia techniques, about which we now know much more than we did then in the wake of 9/11. and his conclusion is firstly, right, larry. helmets on, right? that these techniques are torture all right. and who's first? and secondly, that they don't work. after you, mike. of course, the cia is not impressed. after me. here's a clip. i vehemently disagree 0k, one down, 17 more to go. with the narrative that you're trying to string together here. the beautiful limestone cliffs are sharp, but at least there's it lacks context. it does not paint an accurate lots of places to grab onto. picture of the work that was done. let's go. senator, john brennan's name is in that report. he was director tenets's chief of staff and then deputy executive director when the programme started. looks like it is raining down there. he grew up at the agency! you think it's going to rain? he claims to have spoken out yeah, it will be heavy rains. against the eit programmes. where? ijust spent five years looking at their e—mails. i never found anything to suggest that's true! well, we knew this
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wasn't going to be easy, they have their own narrative and they aren't going to stick to it. breathes heavily. maybe we could come up 500 metres to go. with some middle ground, 100 metres to go. find some common language. what ladder‘s this? i thought ourjob was to provide last ladder. the last ladder? oversight and accountability, breathes heavily. not middle ground. i have a question for you. do you work for me or for the report? and i'd encourage you to think about that before answering. hmm! this looks like the summit. is it it? yeah, the summit is here. so that's annette bening, we are here, guys. oh, wow! as dianne feinstein. yes. so the interesting thing about this, you can see from it, it's a drama that plays out in rooms and a lot of it is people in rooms yeah! and there's so many of them! having conversations or looking 0oh! this is beautiful! stuff up on a computer yep! or going through... which can be dry. yes, it can be. and i think there is an argument that there is a certain amount of dramatic inertia. it therefore says a lot for the film that firstly, i think because the subject itself just daggersjutting out is really interesting, of the forest canopy. thanks. yeah. but also, its told in a way that it kept me gripped. and at the heart of yeah, it really is that is adam driver. he has two movies out this week — he is also in marriage story — spectacular, right? the noah baumbach film which is a netflix release, although in cinemas as well — and he is two completely different yep.
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characters in these films. i absolutely believed in him as this kind of dogged, you know, very sort of low—key person who is just involved in seeing this report through to the end. there's a lovely moment when it looks like he's been threatened with legal action and someone says to him, "you know, mike taking on the pinnacles you don't have a legal problem. there in malaysia. you have a sunlight problem". now, rwanda might be one what they mean is, firstly of africa's smallest nations, but it's becoming increasingly well that his report may never see known for its wildlife, the light of day. especially its gorillas. recently, lucy headed there, but also, he hasn't been hoping to meet some in the sunlight for a very long time of these magnificent creatures. — he's spent five years in a bunker. i know, obviously, the subject that it's dealing with is... so distressing, yes. ..so distressing, and i think the film isjudicious in its use of actually showing us what the report is about. mostly it's about his efforts to get that report finished and to get it out into the open, against, the walk is pretty tough — you know, huge odds. so, i think it's an important story. i'm not going to lie. the higher we get, the higher it's very recent history and yet, the altitude, my breath is getting already it's something that, you know, we need to remember these a bit shorter. stories because they are important, three hours and 4,000 metres above sea level, and i was beginning and i think it's well done and hats to fear i might not ever find a gorilla. off to adam driver for this, and also for marriage story, breathes heavily. oh, my god. which are out in the same week.
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best 0ut? ok, this is the last week i'm going to do this. i'm trying to smile but, you know! the thing with monos is no matter what you think... yes, here's is the thing! here's the thing, 0k. i know that, it, you know, this looks like a film about child i look scared, but they are so big! guerillas but it's so much more. for me, it's you know, a modern day retelling of the lord of the flies. i think on a performance level, that cast is extraordinary. i grabbed francis like my the cast is extraordinary, i give you this. i think the movie soundtrack... life depended on it. the soundtrack‘s amazing. soundtrack‘s amazing. ..is arguably one of the best soundtracks of the year. we have really, really i think visually, it is utterly breathtaking. lucked out here. there are moments — so you have got a mother you're with me so far, 0k? cradling her baby. i'm with you so far. we've got blackbacks. but you found itjust... it's too stressful. too stressful. and we've got the mother of all it's still stressful, after three weeks, mark. it doesn't get any less stressful. gorillas, the silverback there. you know, but — but — he'sjust watching us, watching him. is that not an indication of how powerful it is? uh, yes, yes. that you found it very — because it is meant to be — i can't believe we are this close. it'sa gripping... my mind is just absolutely blown. yeah, yeah. um, so dvd of the week is, um, diego maradona — they are so beautiful. gripping in a different way. not so stressful! no! and when you think we share 98% interesting. of our dna with these great apes, although there is — i mean, funnily enough, you understand why they, too, it opens up with a kind of car chase
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through the streets of naples. are curious about us. it resembling that car chase in the french connection. it focuses on diego maradona's time rwanda, in collaboration in naples and looks at a kind of divided soul. diego, home life, maradona, the professional life. with international conservation and as it, with all of asif kapadia's work — he made senna, which we spoke partners, has achieved remarkable of before, and he also made amy — success in not only protecting, but growing the mountain i think he's very good at getting gorilla population. in fact, there are now 1,000 under the skin of a subject mountain gorillas here in the wild — and finding a way of kind up from 200 just two decades ago, of placing dualities, you know, so that there when they were on the brink is a tension in the characters. of extension. i mean, i thought this was really fascinating — this is primarily down and bear in mind again — to the decrease in poaching, i said this about motor racing — when the gorillas were hunted for meat. but in an effort to protect i've never seen a football match in my entire life the gorillas, poachers were trained and i still watched this to become mountain guides and porters here, and i knew where i was, further supporting tourism. so talk to me about i understood it because it's constructed like a dramatic narrative. he's a very dramatic the poaching here. documentary film—maker. and so there is no problem, but there is no problem because we keep avoiding it not he's clever. happen by involving them he's a clever film—maker. he really, really is. in the communities and hiring and so, if it can work for me, the poachers to porterfor us. then i think i can work for anyone. yeah. but you cannot say yeah. really, really interesting week. thakn you very much. it is done, so we keep on. see monos again! see monos again. again?! again, yes. that's it! enjoy your cinema—going. but of course, more gorillas means bye— bye. they need more space. the government has now pledged
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chuckles. to expand the forest by 23%, adding almost 4,000 hectares to its current 16,000. you just hear little grunts just in the distance. at the minute, i think it is quite hard to tell if it is aggressive or playful grunts. wow. how did you feel when the gorilla came out of nowhere and jumped at you? scared! just being able to watch them eating, interacting and even communicating with us in their natural habitat is, hands down, one of the best experiences that i've ever had the pleasure of having while being on my travels. i highly recommend it.
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well, that's all we have time for on this week's programme, but don't forget to sign up to our social media feeds. you can see what we're up to and share your travel stories with us and the rest of the world. for now from me, christa larwood, and the rest of the travel show hello. this is breakfast with rogerjohnson and nina warhurst. good morning. here's a summary of today's main stories from bbc news. prince andrew has told the bbc he doesn't regret his friendship good morning, welcome with the late convicted sex offender to breakfast with rogerjohnson jeffrey epstein because of the trade and nina warhurst. 0ur headlines today: and business opportunities it provided. prince andrew strenuously denies having sexual relations with an american woman who says in an exclusive interview with newsnight‘s emily maitlis, she was forced to have sex the duke of york also categorically with him when she was 17. denied having any sexual contact with a woman, who says she was forced to have sex with him i can absolutely, categorically tell when she was 17. you it never happened. the duke of york said the conservatives have set out he didn't regret his friendship more details of their plans with the late billionaire sex for immigration after brexit, saying migrants will be treated offenderjeffrey epstein. equally regardless of where they come from. we have reaction the cost for migrants to use from here and the us from last the nhs would also rise, night's extraordinary interview. while the rules on claiming benefits, which currently favour eu nationals, would change. labour, meanwhile, have pledged free in sport, wales move a step closer to euro 2020. dental care in england if they win
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the general election. they beat azerbaijan to keep automatic qualification in their own hands. the government and armed forces have been accused of covering up illegal there will be cloudy and damp killings by british troops in afghanistan and iraq. weather around for you today. we will get to see the sunshine over an investigation by the bbc‘s panorama programme and the sunday the next few days. times has spoken to british detectives who say they found it's sunday, 17th november. —— times has spoken to british our top story: detectives who say they found in an exclusive interview credible evidence of war crimes. with newsnight, the duke of york has "categorically" denied having any sexual contact with a woman, who says she was forced to have sex but the investigators say strong cases were not prosecuted with him when she was 17. and evidence of torture and murder was disregarded. prince andrew also said the ministry of defence he doesn't regret his friendship has denied the claims. with the late convicted sex offender the mayor of greater manchester, jeffrey epstein. andy burnham, says he has concerns 0ur royal correspondent about the use of any sort of cladding on buildings nicholas witchell reports. after a fire at a student accommodation block in bolton on friday. an interview like no other at buckingham palace. the fire service has confirmed the queen's second son, that the material on the building prince andrew, being questioned is not the same as that used for 45 minutes about the allegations on grenfell tower in london, but mr burnham says it raises issues of sleaze which have swirled around him. that need to be addressed. they began when this photograph an investigation has been launched was published some years ago. into what caused the blaze.
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it shows andrew and a then riot police in hong kong have fired tear gas at student protesters 17—year—old girl, virginia roberts. close to the city's she claims she'd been groomed polytechnic university. the activists, who had been throwing petrol bombs at officers, by others to provide sexual favours. were forced to retreat behind and she claims that at this make—shift barricades at the campus nightclub, tramp, in march 2001, she was introduced to prince andrew. in what were described as some of the most dramatic scenes since protests began he insists he was at home that night more than five months ago. and he told the bbc‘s emily maitlis there's a medical reason which disproves ms roberts's allegation. let's have a look at the sport, shall we? a busy day yesterday. a she described dancing with you... great night for wales and the no. ..and you profusely football. it was genuinely a great night. sweating and that she went slovakia at one point were not on to have a bath, possibly... losing to croatia, which is what was there's a slight problem with the sweating because i...i needed, but in the end they did, so have a peculiar medical condition, that was good. wales now have qualification for which is that i don't sweat — next summer's european championships in their own hands. they beat azerbaijan while slovakia lost. so, if wales beat hungary or i didn't sweat at in cardiff on tuesday, they will be at euro 2020. the time — and that was... northern ireland's hopes oh, actually...yes. of automatic qualification are over, though, after they drew with netherlands. i didn't sweat at the time paddy gearey wraps up the action. because i had suffered what i would describe as an overdose of adrenaline in the falklands war for wales's automatic qualification when i was shot at and i simply...
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hopes, it was then bust. victory in it was almost impossible azerbaijan was essential, so in the for me to sweat. the other key figure world's lois lane capital city, they isjeffrey epstein, the new york chose to aim higher. that is six financier who befriended andrew and who employed virginia roberts and other young girls. foot five kiefer moore who might have retired early this year with a friend and skull. nights like this need courage. bravely takes in 2008, he was convicted of a child different forms. sometimes it is sex offence and sent to prison. decision to have a go. danieljames in 2010, andrew visited epstein did. harry wilson and wales after his release from prison and stayed for several nights benefited 2—0. that sucked the at his home in new york. nerves out of them, there were it's the one area where andrew chances for a third but the job was concedes he made a wrong judgment. i've gone through this in my mind so many times. done or at least part one. hungary at the end of the day, on tuesday will be decisive. with a benefit of all the hindsight northern ireland know their manager michael 0'neill will be leaving that one could have, them, but first, he has something he it was definitely the wrong thing wa nts to to do, but at the time, them, but first, he has something he wants to finish all the luck wales, northern ireland are guaranteed a i felt it was the honourable spotin northern ireland are guaranteed a spot in the play—offs. so why not and right thing to do. have a go against the netherlands? you never know your luck. the referee had a penalty. the captain and owner of 116 caps... anyone can andrew must know he's taken a considerable gamble by doing this interview. it's unclear whether it will pay off for him. nicholas witchell, bbc news.
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miss them. incredible! it felt as crucial as it did crawl as the netherlands pushed on in the second the conservatives have set out more half. 0nly rarely but controlling details of their plans for immigration after brexit, you completely. they only needed a saying migrants will be draw to reach the finals. northern treated equally regardless of where they come from. ireland needed more. but they the cost for migrants to use wouldn't get another chance. despite the nhs would also rise. denying the dutch, they must make do labour, meanwhile, have pledged free dental care in england. with the play—offs. for those games let's speak to our political at least, 0'neill will still be there by their side. correspondent susana mendonca. what's different about what scotland will also have to qualify via the nations league play—offs the conservatives are saying today? despite getting their first away win under steve clarke in cyprus. 0ne one thing that is different in their they took the lead through ryan christie's great strike, his first international goal. is about the charge for using the but cyprus responded nhs. what they are saying is that migrants, the charge that they pay with a brilliant goal of their own, would rise from £400 up to £650. that is essentially the key former dundee and rangers player georgios efrem the goalscorer. difference. in terms of what else is scotland weren't behind for long, though, john mcginn scoring the winner. in that policy, it is stuff we have 2—1 the final score. heard before but more meat on the well, england have of course already qualified for euro 2020, but they face kosovo bone. ending free movement for in pristina this afternoon in their final group game. non—eu citizens. we heard that kosovo manager bernard challandes is calling england the best side before, but basically making it very
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in europe right now clear that an eu citizen and a and gareth southgate says that's all because of an abundance of attacking options. non—eu citizen, they both need to havejob non—eu citizen, they both need to have job offers non—eu citizen, they both need to havejob offers in order to be able to come and work in the uk, also we have got a lot of good attacking saying they would have to wait for five years in order to claim players. that is the beauty of this benefits. in terms of thatjob offer, we have have some pushback team, that weekend... it is from the business lobby, basically difficult for defences to focus on saying they are concerned about what would happen in terms of trying to one person to try and stop them because three, four other players recruit workers from low skilled can step forward, score goals, backgrounds. also trying to recruit create goals. the movement is good workers on a temporary basis rather than ona and any individual ability is good, workers on a temporary basis rather than on a permanent basis and want soi to more clarity on the dance. there and any individual ability is good, so i think we are quite difficult at the moment for the opposition to was a marathon meeting between plan for. well, southgate's side won 5—3 senior labourfigures when the two sides met last month was a marathon meeting between senior labour figures yesterday. did in southampton, and kosovo's manager anything come out of that? we knew is expecting his defence to be in for another that the labour manifesto has been hammered out. we will get clear details on that later on this week. busy night this evening. there have been some controversies nobody has called so much. the in trying to hammer out the labour incredible offensive of this team. message because on the immigration issue, at the conference grass 7-0, 6-0, 5-0, remembers that they wanted to extend incredible offensive of this team. 7—0, 6—0, 5—0, incredible! nobody,
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no team, and that means for us it is that. we understand there is no a challenge, incredible challenge. explicit temp two extend freedom of we need him in the premier league, movement in the manifesto. the don't we? ma nifesto movement in the manifesto. the manifesto will include some details stefanos tsitsipas will face dominic thiem in the final about how to regulate the employment of tennis's world tour finals market so that people can be in london this afternoon. it's the first time tsitsipas has qualified for the tournament undercut by foreign workers. the and he caused a big upset other key headline grabber today is in the semifinals, a pledge to have a free teeth mot. beating roger federer yesterday. the greek player, who's 17 years younger than federer, took an early lead that is basically having free dental and eventually the first set. federer was flawless checks, so flossing, x—rays, what in beating novak djokovic earlier have you. they are saying that a lot in the competition, but he was well below par as tsitsipas eventually of people go to a&e at the moment took the match in straight sets. with problems with their teeth and by offering this free service that i grew igrew up i grew up watching roger as a kid, would be something that would reduce the burden elsewhere. thank you. watch him at the finals, watching him at wimbledon, plenty of finals. wish i could step out on the court the government and armed forces have been accused of covering up illegal one day and face him and today i am killings by british troops in afghanistan and iraq. here, living the dream. i could an investigation by the bbc‘s never picture myself standing here, panorama programme and the sunday times has spoken to british detectives who say they found but it did happen. dreams do come credible evidence of war crimes. true! but the investigators say strong
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in the day's other semifinal, cases were not prosecuted dominic thiem beat the defending and evidence of torture and murder was disregarded. champion alexander zverev the ministry of defence in straight sets. the austrian, like tsitsipas, has denied the claims. will be going for his first title at the o2 arena. england's women's rugby union side the mayor of greater manchester, have beaten france andy burnham, says he has concerns for the second time in a week. world player of the year about the use of any sort of cladding on buildings after a fire at a block of student emily scarratt passed the 500—point flats in bolton on friday. mark for england, but they still needed a dramatic late try the fire service has confirmed that the material on the building from lydia thompson to seal is not the same type as used the 17—15 victory. saracens will begin the defence on grenfell tower in london, but mr burnham says it raises issues that need to be addressed, of their european champions cup as kevin fitzpatrick reports. today when they face french side racing 92 in their first pool match. that's one of three matches today. it was a fire that spread rapidly and ripped through the top three yesterday, exeter were the best of the british sides floors of this building with a convincing win la rochelle. in the town centre. henry slade scored one of their people were panicking and coming out four tries in a 31—12 win. because there was a real fire ulster have also begun and there was a lot of smoke. with a victory, but onlyjust. so, people were panicking they beat bath 17—16. and everyone ran out. heard, like, banging on the door, robert little with the and saying, "fire!" second of their two tries. there were also wins and i grabbed, like, my phone, like, for leinster and glasgow. the jacket and shoes and ijust ran. 220 students are registered
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the f1 championship was decided a couple of weeks ago, as living there, and by saturday but still two more races afternoon, the fire service said in the season to go. it's the brazilian grand prix they'd spoken to every one of them. today and max verstappen people were crying, talking starting on pole position for today's race. about the possessions. his red bull was just it was mostlyjust uni work — a tenth of a second faster a lot of people had uni work than sebastian vettel‘s ferrari. that they believe must have been new world champion lewis hamilton destroyed, passports and laptops slipped into third place and valuables just all gone. right at the end of the session. the fire service say this blaze was ferocious and it spread quickly and england have drawn through the top floors of this their last warm—up game ahead six—storey building. of their test series in new zealand. at its peak, 40 fire engines and appliances and that is the sport. were battling the fire. it took around five hours thank you very much. to get it under control. the duke of york has categorically i really want to praise the actions denied having any sexual contact of my firefighters and officers. with an american woman who says their early intervention and quick she was forced to sleep decision—making that evacuated this building at pace early with him when she was 17. on in the incident has made a real difference to the outcome. in an exclusive bbc interview the mayor, andy burnham, about his friendship with the convicted sex offender said that swift evacuation was due jeffrey epstein, prince andrew said to a recent change in approach. he would be prepared to testify under oath if "push came to shove." as well as a fire command, which would always be sent by the fire service to any incident you can say categorically that... of this kind, they sent an evacuation command, which was a learning of their own from grenfell. you can say categorically that... you don't recall meeting virginia
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the mayor confirmed that the cladding on the building is different to that which caused roberts, dining with her, dancing the grenfell disaster, with her at tramp are going on to but it was still considered to pose a risk in a subsequent fire safety have sex with her in a bedroom in a inspection in 2017. house in belg ravia ? the authorities believe work have sex with her in a bedroom in a house in belgravia? i can absolutely to remedy that has taken place, categorically tell you that i but an investigation will now establish whether it haven't. do you recall any kind of was done to standard. sexual contact with virginia roberts, then or any other time? the prime minister visited none whatsoever. you seem utterly a support centre for those who've been displaced. convinced you are telling the truth. bolton university is providing temporary accommodation, food and clothing for those affected. would you be willing to testify or give a statement under oath if you asked? well, i am like everybody in the meantime, an investigation is under way to establish how this blaze began. else, andl asked? well, i am like everybody else, and i would have to take all kevin fitzpatrick, bbc news, bolton. the legal advice that there was before i was to do that sort of riot police in hong kong have fired thing, but if push came to shove and tear gas at student protestors close to the city's polytechnic university. the legal advice was to do so, then the activists, who had been throwing petrol bombs at officers, were forced to retreat behind i would be duty—bound makeshift barricades at the campus, the legal advice was to do so, then i would be duty— bound to do the legal advice was to do so, then i would be duty—bound to do so. because you have said there are many in what were described as some of the most dramatic scenes u na nswered because you have said there are many unanswered questions. everyone since protests began more affected 1's closure. you would help to provide that closure? if it was than five months ago.
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if you need a bit of inspiration this sunday morning a nine—year—old the right circumstances, yes, i boy from belgium is about to become the world's youngest ever would, because i think there isjust university graduate. as much closure for me as it is for everybody else. that is the duke of york there. laurent seemons is studying we're joined now from los angeles for an electrical engineering degree by gloria allred, the lawyer in the netherlands and, representing some of if all goes to plan, jeffrey epstein's accusers. good morning and good evening over he'll graduate next month. there, gloria, and thank you very much indeed for taking the time to join us on bbc breakfast this laurent has a photographic morning. you have read the transcript i understand, even though you perhaps haven't seen the memory and an iq of 145 — interview. what do you make of it? that's 15 points off einstein well, when prince andrew said that and stephen hawking. in fact the reason was that, for in the future he wants to explore how robotics can help extend human life. meeting jeffrey epstein, staying at his home after mr epstein was convicted of sex crimes, that even can you imagine? it is hard enough after he was released from prison, for most people to graduate when that prince andrew went to see him and walk through central park, the they get there at 21 or 22. imagine reason being that prince andrew says doing it at nine? it was and honourable thing to do, imagine doing it at nine?
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let's return to our top story now and prince andrew has told the bbc he didn't want to tell him that he he doesn't regret his friendship with the billionaire sex couldn't see him again because he offenderjeffrey epstein because of the opportunities it gave him to learn about didn't think that was the right trade and business. the duke of york has been criticised thing to do on the telephone, well, by some newspapers and commentators i would say to prince andrew the over accusations he showed a lack of remorse during the hour—long newsnight interview. charges made by ms roberts, whom i let's take a look at it. do not represent, but she is one of the accusers, the charges made by as far as mr epstein is concerned, her against you are very, very it was the wrong decision to go serious charges, and i think the and see him in 2010. right and honourable thing to do as far as my association would be for you to say unequivocally, i will voluntarily with him was concerned, speak to the fbi, i do not depend on it had some seriously beneficial outcomes in areas that have nothing to do with what i would describe whether or not my lawyer says that i as what we're talking about today. should do it. i know that it is the right thing to do, i have nothing to on balance, could i have hide, iam right thing to do, i have nothing to hide, i am going to do the right and avoided ever meeting him? honourable thing. and i say whether probably not. a person is a prince or a pauper, if and that's because of my friendship with gillen — anyone has evidence or information it was inevitable that we would've
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that might be relevant to an come across each other. um...do i regret the fact investigation of a criminal case, that person should provided to the that he has quite obviously conducted himself in a matter unbecoming? law enforcement. in this case, it yes. unbecoming? he was a sex offender. would be the federal bureau of investigation. i can share with you yeah, i'm sorry, i'm that my clients who allege they are being polite, in the sense vic terms of mr epstein, and some of that he was a sex offender. but, no. whom were sex trafficked when they was i right in having him we re whom were sex trafficked when they were underage girls, have spoken to as a friend at the time, and bearing in mind this was some law enforcement. they didn't need years before he was accused of being a sex offender? the advice of a lawyer to decide to do it, although certainly of course i don't think there's i provided advice, and i have had anything wrong then. many people call me and say, tell me the problem was the fact that once how i can speak to law enforcement, imight how i can speak to law enforcement, i might have information that could he had been convicted, helpful to them. and some of those people couldn't even afford lawyers, you stayed with him. i stayed with him. didn't need lawyers. they knew it and that's the bit that, as it were, was the right thing to do. so that i kick myself for on a daily basis is what i think, and i think it is because it was not something that was becoming of a member overdue for that to happen. and i of the royal family, and we try and uphold the highest challenge him to do that. 0k. standards and practices and i let
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overdue for that to happen. and i challenge him to do that. ok. i mean, obviously as we set has denied all the claims made against him, no the side down, simple as that. charges against him have been brought. ijust charges against him have been brought. i just wonder on a charges against him have been brought. ijust wonder on a broader we can speak now to the public picture, how this interview has been relations specialist mark borkowski, who joins us from stroud. received in america. i mean, do people over there, is a great interest in what he had to say?|j don't know. i think that many of the i guess if he is analysing this victims of mr epstein would be morning, should he have done the interested in what prince andrew has to say. after all, prince andrew has interview? of course he shouldn't said that he stayed at the home of have done it. there was no reason to jeffrey epstein in new york in palm do it. brilliant that the bbc and beach and also i believe went to the emily maitlis and her team got hold virgin islands. so he would have of the interview. we have seen information that is relevant, and i disastrous with royal interviews at the bbc, diana and charles, history think they are interested in what he tells us that if you're going to allow the cameras to question and to would have to say. i am not here to judge whether prince andrew did what prove and to pry, you had better be ms roberts alleged that he did to her, that he raped her, i would have able to match that with something no knowledge of whether he did that that the public can generate some
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sympathy for you. there is no or not, i accept the fact that he denies it so i say there should be sympathy for you. there is no sympathy for you. there is no sympathy for him in the papers, no no hesitation, especially because he does not appear concerned that he sympathy for him in the papers, no sympathy with the public. it is a might incriminate himself because he bad day for him in his brand. in says he is —— he has committed no terms of the process here, he was very careful, he chose his words crime, well, then, he could help in this investigation because he knew very careful, he chose his words very carefully. has he been prepped jeffrey epstein. he said in the for this, has somebody sat down and interview that having visited jeffrey epstein he never had any done some trimming with him, or has suspicions, he was never aware of he just anything like that. anyone he saw in done some trimming with him, or has hejust gone in done some trimming with him, or has he just gone in and said, done some trimming with him, or has hejust gone in and said, right, let's do it, sat down and given it jeffrey epstein's robert is he assumed was perhaps a member of his best shot? clearly, if you are staff who work there. well, he also reading the newspapers this morning, knew ms maxwell, he also said that there was some unrest in his pr camp the home was like a railroad and supposedly a key adviser had station, there were so many people coming in and out all the time. quit or had exited the building on the knowledge she was determined to well, wouldn't that be a bit do this interview. sometimes your unusual? wouldn't that raise clients will feel that it is very suspicion? and i know he is used to important to get their story out and staff being around, but there were underage girls being around in you have to challenge that at times and say this isn't a good idea. yes, jeffrey epstein's home in manhattan, and if! he would have been prepped. you get jeffrey epstein's home in manhattan, and if i saw underage girls walking the feeling that this man is a very
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around, why would i think that they would be staff in somebody‘s home strong and wilful personality, he and they are underage, when they are hasn't enjoyed our time with the clearly miners? i think i would have to at least ask a question, why are media that you would think he would they there? are they related to naturally do this sort of stuff. he someone? are they related to mr is taciturn, pretty grumpy, if you epstein? what are they doing there? why aren't they in—school? what is talk to royal correspondence, still you are not going into this with a happening? do they live there? where are their parents? so ijust think man who is at ease with the camera or the media process. it would have sometimes people who are staff or treated as invisible, i like to been trained in some way. my treated as invisible, i like to treat everybody with respect, personal impression was that this whether they are staff or not, they man was doing it diy, in the way are human beings. this —— they shouldn't be invisible and what they that he felt was best. that are doing and who they are should sometimes you have to protect your matter. so, i don't know. i guess clients from doing the wrong things after this interview i still have more questions, but i think that really well. one of our view -- viewers said this morning that he came across as nonchalant at best. prince andrew could help to provide the answers. gloria, thank you very much indeed. prince andrew's interview which aired in this others have said that he has dumped country, he has denied the claims himself even deeper in the quagmire. against him and we are very grateful
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to you for taking the time to talk he is so far down in the quicksand, to you for taking the time to talk to us this morning. throughout the morning we are focusing on that story. we are talking to the former press officer i don't think in all my time and i at buckingham palace so he will give have been doing thisjob his insight, and also a pr i don't think in all my time and i have been doing this job for many yea rs, have been doing this job for many years, i don't think i have seen anything that has been so specialist will talk about the impact of this on the reputation of the royal family. disastrous. there are plenty of here's matt with a look at this other ways you could have addressed morning's weather. this. this is a man who doesn't like idid not the media. he shouldn't have done i did not even put myjacket on this it. there were softer ways of morning. i was not even that cold. getting his message across. it also what were you thinking, it is going to get colder, you will need your jacket tomorrow morning. what i can epitomises the old—fashioned way that buckingham palace and some of promise you over the next few days, is it more sunshine to enjoy what is the royal figureheads have addressed the royal figureheads have addressed left of the autumn colours. today, the media in the past. his two nephews are much more adapts at plenty of cloud around, some sunshine developing later but we do dealing with the media. you can have patchy rain on the way. even sense that they don't particularly though the rain is not as heavy as enjoy the process either, but they it has been, we have seen the worst are much more attuned to the edge. of the rain for the time being, we this was hubristic at best. for any still got over 70 flood warnings in force at the moment in parts of east viewer watching, you are watching
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wales and of course england, it will somebody‘s eyes, the trick is in the ta ke wales and of course england, it will take a while for some of that rainwater to work through the river eyes, and it wasn't clear that he system, this is the radar chart of the moment where the rain is still was messaging correctly with those falling, three distinct zones, one in the south—east, one with rain eyes, the situation, the stance, the coming and going across northern england and wales, towards the dressing of the event was very south—west of england, the outbreaks sombre, but he wasn't contrite. he of rain in western scotland and northern ireland, all ten more wasn't 21st—century. this is a man sourly pushing his words and will who was using very clumsy language. break up as well. more sunshine emily maitlis pulled them up a developing as we go through the day couple of times. this idea that he but quite chilly, temperatures around 4— seven for many, maybe up was honourable, the messaging was just wrong and people wanted to see to nine in belfast, and still single something different from this man figures throughout much of england and what they got was a troop. will and wales, down towards the southern this have any effect on the way that counties, away from kent and sussex, some of the charities he supports we will see sunshine at times. into perceive him, whether they want his tonight, cloudy conditions across continued support? the bottom line england and wales continue that will stop temperatures dropping the money, but they could be a touch of frost in wales, certainly northern isi continued support? the bottom line is i suspect this is why he felt he england and widespread frost across wa nted scotla nd england and widespread frost across scotland and northern ireland, into is i suspect this is why he felt he wanted to put some distance between the epstein relationship and the the monday morning commute. the whole narrative that was going on. frost is a sign that skies will be he is clearly looking a heads and i clear, into tomorrow morning, a bit expect there is not the same level
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of high—pressure across the country, low pressure just to the east, of engagements, with the charities. working up from the mediterranean, and it could just friends of these prince andrew has done some eastern parts of east anglia and the significant work for charities, some south—east, so it could stay cloudy, significant work for charities, some some rain close to the coast and significant work for british industry. he has been an ambassador. quite a breeze bowing down those it is difficult when you are in line north sea coast tomorrow, but after to the throne, you have to be able that frosty start it will be a dry to the throne, you have to be able to be working and doing something and sunny day, welcome news for with that purpose. this hasn't many. stay in cold though, through happens in a sense from someone who monday night into tuesday morning, feels it is just a pr exercise, this noticed the blue colours widely on is about his brand, about how he the chart, coldest night of the week gets back and does the stuff that he quite widely, all of us willjust enjoys and likes. he is going to be about wake up to frost on tuesday morning, could be some frost around so far away from it now. he has as well —— fog around as well, but another dry day with sunshine become the story. you will have to breaking through, a bit more cloud have a very good plan b, plan c and into wales later, they could bring some splashes of rain into the plan d. my worry is he hasn't even afternoon, most will stay dry. we thought of that. i think you thought this was it, he has his daughter was will lose the north—easterly winds we have had over the past week, not wet and coming up. there are too south—westerly ones as the low many not wet and coming up. there are too ma ny eve nts not wet and coming up. there are too many events that bring back the pressure system start to push back in from the this time, there will be narrative. the media across slow progress, it will be western
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broadsheets and tabloids, television and radio across the world this and southern areas most likely to the rain at times, and at the moment morning have got a very early christmas present. you mentioned his it does not look too substantial, with checking the forecast, the work on behalf of british industry, further east you wait you could stay dry through the coming week, and not he said that was why the french with as wet as it is again through parts of the mediterranean, but quickly jeffrey epstein was so helpful in ta ke of the mediterranean, but quickly take you back to venice, we have his role in that regard. he has been talking about flooding here this week, there is more heavy rain denied in the interview any to come through today in fact, and with strong southerly winds through wrongdoing. he stated very clearly, the adriatic, the city could be in if you had been advising him he for another belt of severe flooding. would have said, don't do it.” 1.6 metres the high tide this would have said, don't do it.” would have said, don't do it.” would have and i think good people around him have said exactly the afternoon, not quite as high as tuesday, but another difficult day same. you are a pretty headstrong to come for the venetians. person, you feel you know best, and 1.6 metres, blimey. sometimes that is incredibly now on breakfast, difficult for advisers to challenge. that is the result of this at the it's time for click. moment, we are seeing a slow moving car crash. mark, thank you very much for your time. it is the story
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everybody will be talking about this morning. here's matt with a look at this morning's weather. it's kind of hard to remember a time when we didn't have taxi—hailing apps. flood warnings are still in force, and when i say taxi—hailing apps, even though there are many more over 70 of them in england and players out there, it is uber that wales. still some more rain in the comes to mind first. forecast, turning lighter and patchy at its conception a decade ago, and there is a of drier weather uber was really disruptive. i mean, the idea that coming in. the showers towards kent you could have a taxi to you within minutes, it would know exactly and sussex, some pushing into where you were, you could see where it was and you didn't even scotla nd and sussex, some pushing into scotland and northern ireland. the far south—west of england will stay have to have any money on you. i mean, it was revolutionary. with occasional rain and drizzle. showers spreading eastwards. not the company grew at a rapid pace, becoming the highest valued start—up in the world. eve ryo ne showers spreading eastwards. not everyone will be affected by it. this without ever turning a profit. increasing amounts of sunshine and in fact, in the last three months alone, uber lost western areas later. bright and dry an eye—watering $5.2 billion. through the east midlands and east anglia. for all it will be a cool undeterred, uber continues to expand day with temperatures between five and has its name stamped onto many and 10 degrees. this evening and apps that provide different
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types of services — overnight, clear skies for scotland all part of the so—called and northern ireland. more chance of ‘gig economy'. and northern ireland. more chance of a frost through tonight into now, it has faced a lot of backlash in many of the countries that it tomorrow. there will be some in operates in, from taxidrivers who have been losing out because of the platform's england and wheels, too. frost free aggressive pricing strategies, and from city authorities who've in east anglia and the south—east. raised concerns over workers' rights we are watching this area of low and passenger safety. pressure m ove we are watching this area of low pressure move up from the mediterranean. that gets close to here in london, the transport the eastern counties tomorrow. for many it is a ridge of high pressure. authority says it too has concerns about passenger safety and it will decide later this month maybe some patchy mistimed frost in whether to renew uber‘s licence. the morning. it should be a lovely crisp on monday morning. there will in the meantime, carl miller has met be some time developing widely. a up with an uber driver who has few showers down the eastern coast. concerns, too — although this is about how uber it will be cloudy and windy and east controls his livelihood. anglia and the south—east and a greater chance of rain. that inches it's monday morning and i'm away through monday night. monday catching a ride with hadi. night into tuesday will be the cold est night into tuesday will be the coldest night of the week. there another one. will be a widespread frost into tuesday morning. mrfrost like so many parts of the digital will be a widespread frost into world, the gig economy was supposed tuesday morning. mr frost could be a problem for england and wales, too.
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to be a liberation. another dry and bright day for the you 0k? majority. the best of the sunshine apps like uber were supposed to transform how you worked, further north and east you are. in work when you want, where you want. the west, cross out was denton, but now, many fear that whether it was either wales and northern ireland it will in the platforms and how they work, or the data and how it's collected, glide over during the day and there isa they don'tjust represent a liberation, but also something glide over during the day and there is a chance of some rain. a else — a potent new form developing area of low pressure to the atlantic side of us this time. of control as well. that means a change of wind direction. the wind will move in what i was told is that the closest driver gets thatjob but i don't from the south. temperatures will believe that to be right, rise but there will be some rain at ‘cause what happens is i've seen times, particularly across western customers sitting in my car, trying to book a ride and it's not areas. we could do with the bouncing to me — it's actually temperature rise in parts of the going to drivers who are far away, mediterranean at the moment. some five, ten minutes. heavy snowfall there in italy during that was something i really couldn't the last day. that has been causing believe, so we gave it a go. but although i was physically problems. following as rain at lower sitting next to him, the job went to someone levels. we have seen rough seas in several minutes away. uber has now introduced a system the adriatic. this was croatia that aims to reduce the waiting time for everyone, not just yesterday. the strong winds pushing a particular passenger. up yesterday. the strong winds pushing up the adriatic towards north—east and this may lead to italy. we will see more rivers in
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the counter—intuitive situation where your driver can get to someone flood. another difficult day for else quickly and another driver can pick you up soon too. venice. it could be more widespread flooding today. not as bad as confused? well, so is hadi. and although the driver app tuesday, but bad enough. some of the gives some information, he's struggling to understand what factors really determine how worst high tides we have seen in work is allocated. around 90 years. in his five years of driving, the work has become scarcer. it's becoming even more important to hadi to understand the algorithm that actually allocates the work that exists — historian, broadcaster and writer tessa dunlop important, but also unknown. is here to tell us what's caught her eye. you drive around all day, thinking maybe that's the best way to beat this algorithm, good morning. we will talk about or to meet up with the algorithm that has set. prince andrew, but not so much the carl, i don't know what's going on. content prince andrew, but not so much the co nte nt of prince andrew, but not so much the content of the interview this time, on an average, i used the setting. this is in the to work six to eight hours, five to six days a week. observer. it has been picked up on a number of papers. it was in the the number of days have not changed, south drawing room at buckingham but the hours have increased. it will still be ten to 12 hours, palace. it was a significant room. five to six days a week. after queen victoria's coronation, after costs are factored in, hadi it is the case which she held her
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says he and many of his colleagues first ball. catherine bennett in the are often struggling to make observer takes an issue with this is even the minimum wage. the location. she said there are not only for hadi, but plenty of other drivers as well, it's actually, if you think questions that need to be asked. why about it, the algorithm that this happened? what excuse is given lets him feed and clothe his family. it's cold, hard maths, but with tremendously human consequences. for this reverential setup for unfortunately, we all depend on the algorithm. want we want from it — burnishing this pitiful, to be fair, to be transparent. misogynistic nonsense with an that's the most important thing. audience and a massive kilted chamber, like a scene discarded from the kings speech for looking to there was only one way for hadi comically servile, she wrote. she to actually figure out what's been going on — asking for his data. has taken issue with that being on and when he got it back, prince andrew plasma concha. she it made things even more confusing. said, what about jeffrey prince andrew plasma concha. she said, what aboutjeffrey epstein's victims, when will they be given a james farrar established the worker info exchange to help gilded chamber to air their views? people across the gig economy to actually make sense of their data. the content of the interview and he told us the information hadi received refers to everything from speed to battery level, but, that setting, it did seem a weird crucially, doesn't reveal the things he really wants to know, such as rates of pay or the actual time spent on the platform and how
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to optimise his chances of earning more money. juxtaposition. he said, we have serva nts juxtaposition. he said, we have servants wandering around all the drivers always want to understand time at buckingham palace. she that they're getting a fair deal, that the value, the quality, the quantity of the work didn't hold back in her article. the is fairly distributed. well, uber has always proposed whole sweating thing has got the to its workforce that the workforce, drivers are their own boss, they're free to make their own choices, tabloids excited. this was the push they are effectively running their own business. back against the allegation he was but if that's true, then i must be very sweaty in a nightclub. it is a able to access the endless amounts medical condition that you can get of data i'm creating for uber every day. from trauma. that is what he said, a joint study between 0xford researchers and uber itself found that on average, drivers earned in fairness. apparently you can above london living wage reverse this with psychological help. we are talking a lot about the and reported they were happier than the average worker across the city. weather. we have seen scenes from croatia and venice. it is tied to critics question, though, whether the full costs of being an uber driver have really been factored in when those figures climate change. this is leading to were arrived at. pressure on a lot of big arts institutions which come under recent the same arguments now playing out scrutiny because of their connection in the streets of london have
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happened in city after city across the world. with bp sponsorship. this is in the in what might have been a global first, the powerful taxi sunday times today. there is now and and limousine commission in new york didn't just ask uber for data, but demand it. you blockbuster exhibition on troy thatis you blockbuster exhibition on troy and until uber handed it over, that is about to open that is funded they were banned from operating. by bp. recently, the royal shakespeare company has reneged on a what we found out was that conditions were worse deal. so to the national galleries than what was being described to us by drivers. of scotla nd deal. so to the national galleries 96% of drivers were making less of scotland have vented their links. than the city's minimum wage. bp agreed a five year deal worth a but without that information, you only have anecdotes — you have stories from drivers about low wages, but you have no way staggering £7.5 million with these to really quantify that. big arts organisations. it is due to come to an end in 2022 and the and without quantifying it, question is if that will be renewed. you can't create a policy to bring those levels of wages up. in response, ubersaid: climate change is a nightmare, we desperately need leadership on its. it will unpack all of our lives very shortly. i can't help wondering whether this assistant was for the a rts whether this assistant was for the arts organisations than for bp, who just quietly carry on with their
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hello and welcome work. it shows a victory for the to the week in tech. it was the week disney officially entered the streaming market. well, it didn't quite go to plan. grassroots movement that they forced disney + finally went this on the mainstream. it is at the live in the us, canada and the netherlands, forefront of the political campaigns but customers reported technical at the moment and it is impacting issues, with many unable to connect. every area of life. i agree, but disney said demand had exceeded its highest expectations. have we seen any change? i just maybe ralph really did break bought a flight for a job that cost the internet after all? in the fastest backflip me less than £30 to fly to romania and u—turn since. . .well, sonic, the updated and redesigned next month. that is less than the hedgehog has been officially train to luton. unless we are forced revealed in a new trailer for the upcoming live—action movie. to examine our behaviour, and the original trailer drew a deluge funding is applied differently, the climate will continue to be in of complaints and mockery over the original cgi design of sonic himself, forcing animators — crisis. whether we pulled the quite literally — back to the drawing board. from spinning hedgehogs funding from arts institutions or to backflipping robots. these footballing flipping robots not. in the bbc canteen here, i from mit are called the mini cheetah. think i'm the person, they always its creators claim it is virtually cut the cards mystery night. i am indestructible and can right itself if it falls down. as well as some smooth soccer skills, it's also capable of walking the only person who pays cash in over uneven terrain twice as fast as a human.
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let's hope it can't climb trees! there. he admitted that she go and finally, in other robot news, if you're one of those people that through every insurance claim in don't like speaking to shop assistants, maybe you'd rather forensic detail, now you count your direct your questions to one of these welcoming faces instead. this humanoid shop assistant from russian company promobot can apparently show emotion pennies. i always pulled the cash and they claim they can make photorealistic clones like these arnold schwarzenegger and albert einstein dolls. out. you don't pay with your phone? no, i don't. julie burchill, she was greeted by these in store, would it be hasta la vista? or will you be back? a young radical, no she is over 60 you decide. and she is in the daily telegraph this morning. pretty grumpy on for those with serious food behalf of the elderly, which he now allergies, knowing exactly what you're eating can be a matter of life or death. considers herself to be one all. she when it comes to packaged food, reckons this cash free world is the ingredients are normally clearly on the label, plus a warning if it really ha rd reckons this cash free world is really hard for people over a may contain traces of nuts or any other allergens. certain age. it is a generation that has grown up with hard cash and we have moved on this virtual world. but when it comes to eating in someone else's house or in a restaurant, things get a little bit more complicated. the point is highlighted by the atm so if you want to add an extra level
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of checking what those ingredients machines closing at the rates of 578 are, well, i've been putting some technology to the test that might be a month. i pay my childminder and able to help. this is nima. cash and i cycle run trying to find now, there's a version that tests one that doesn't charge me. for gluten and another that tests for peanuts. increasingly they do charge. 0n the the idea is that you put in a small train last night, the birth it would sample of the food that you're be cash only because their machine eating, as small as a pea, into one of these capsules. had broken. we start! first world that goes inside the device, which syncs up to your smartphone, and you can find out whether the ingredient you can't eat is in it or not. i'm going to put both of them to the test with this cookie, problems! we have a cashpoint not which should contain gluten but shouldn't contain nuts. the device uses antibody—based chemistry born out of mit technology to detect proteins or allergen. the company's algorithms then farfrom problems! we have a cashpoint not far from the front door here. i'm translate complex science more worried about people who need into a smiley go ahead cash, may be people who are begging. and eat it face — or not. and some people don't have a bank this is a pricey occupation, though. account. stay with us, the headlines are coming up.
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each one—time—use capsule currently setting you back five whole dollars. and the company does advise that this is an extra level of checking on top of your normal due diligence and, of course, carrying any medication. 0k, well, i can confirm that the device definitely got this correct. it says that gluten has been found. it comes up here on the device. and you can see here on the phone, 12:30pm today, gluten has been found. if i tap on that, it gives me hello, this is breakfast with the option of notjust making a note rogerjohnson and nina warhurst. for myself so i remember, here's a summary of this but also sharing the data morning's main news. to the nima database. prince andrew has told the bbc and, of course, as more he doesn't regret his friendship people use these devices, that database will start to become with the late convicted sex offender a lot more valuable. jeffrey epstein — because of the trade and business let's give the peanut tester a go. opportunities it provided. you can do this with in an exclusive interview liquids or solids. with newsnight‘s emily maitlis, the duke of york also and we have a result "categorically" denied having any in the form of a smiley face. sexual contact with a woman who says she was forced to have sex with him so, of course, these devices don't eradicate the need for a doctor's when she was 17. diagnosis or checking what's in your food. earlier on breakfast we spoke but for some, maybe to the former buckingham palace they could provide an extra layer of reassurance. press secretary dickie arbiter.
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that was lara. i'm afraid that's all we have time for in the shortcut of click, but the full length is waiting for you right now on iplayer. and we are always available on social media — on facebook, youtube, instagram and twitter at @bbcclick. thanks for watching you know, to say that he wasn't very and we will see you soon. fond of his behaviour, and to have to have it pointed out to him by emily maitlis thatjeffrey epstein was a sex offender. this will probably affect the duke of york and his various relationships with his charity and his work, they might not wa nt charity and his work, they might not want him to come along. northern ireland put him off earlier in the year. are other people going to put him off in 2020? the conservatives have set out more details of their plans for immigration after brexit, saying migrants will be treated equally regardless good morning. of where they come from. welcome to breakfast the cost for migrants to use the nhs with rogerjohnson and nina warhurst. would also rise, while the rules 0ur headlines today: on claiming benefits —
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prince andrew strenuously denies which currently favour eu having sexual relations nationals — would change. with an american woman, labour, meanwhile, have pledged free dental care in england if they win who says she was forced to have sex with him when she was 17. the general election. the mayor of greater manchester, andy burnham, says he has concerns i can absolutely, categorically about the use of any sort of cladding on buildings after a fire at a student tell you it never happened. accommodation block in bolton on friday. the fire service has confirmed that the material on the building but the duke of york said he didn't regret his friendship with the late is not the same as that used on grenfell tower in london, billionaire sex offender but mr burnham says it raises issues jeffrey epstein. we'll have reaction that need to be addressed. from here and the us from last an investigation has been launched night's extraordinary interview. in sport, wales move into what caused the blaze. a step closer to euro 2020. they beat azerbaijan to keep automatic qualification in their own hands. lets move on to sport. lizzie is some cloudy and down whether for a here. just to quickly mention a story on the sunday times today few of you today. some of you will which suggests saracens may not stay dry and more of you will see sunshine over the next three days. i appeal the large fine and the 35 have your full forecast here on brea kfast. point penalty. it's sunday the 17th november. yes, we are trying to get confirmation of this. it may not be good morning. our top story: in an exclusive interview with newsnight, the duke of york has categorically a disaster, but it is honestly a really big story, it is to do with denied having any sexual contact
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with a woman who says she was forced to have sex with him financialfair really big story, it is to do with financial fair play regulations, the when she was 17. salary cap, etc. prince andrew also said he doesn't regret his friendship with the late so we don't know it for certain, but convicted sex offender jeffrey epstein. they might not appeal? watch this 0ur royal correspondent nicholas witchell reports. space. let's talk about football. an interview like no other wales now have qualification for next summer's european championships in their own hands. at buckingham palace. they beat azerbaijan, while slovakia lost — the queen's second son, so, if wales beat hungary in cardiff prince andrew, being questioned on tuesday they will for 45 minutes about the allegations of sleaze, which have be at euro 2020. swirled around him. northern ireland's hopes they began when this photograph of automatic qualification are over though — after they drew was published some years ago. with the netherlands. it shows andrew and a then patrick gearey wraps up the action. 17—year—old girl, virginia roberts. for wales's automatic she claims she'd been groomed qualification hopes, it was baku or bust. by others to provide sexual favours. victory in azerbaijan was essential, so in the world's lowest lying and she claims that at this capital city, they chose nightclub, tramp, in march 2001, to aim high. she was introduced to prince andrew. that's 65" kiefer moore who might have retired early this year he insists he was at home that night with a fractured skull. and he told the bbc‘s emily maitlis nights like this need courage. there's a medical reason which disproves ms roberts's allegation. bravery takes different forms. she described dancing with you... sometimes it's the decision to just have a go. no. danieljames did. harry wilson and wales ..and you profusely benefited, 2—0. that sucked the nerves sweating and that she went out of the azeri air.
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on to have a bath, possibly... there were chances for a third, but the job was done, or at least part one. there's a slight problem hungary on tuesday will be decisive. with the sweating because i...i have a peculiar medical condition, northern ireland know their manager, michael o'neill, will be which is that i don't sweat — leaving them, but first, he has something he wants to finish. or i didn't sweat at like wales, northern ireland are the time — and that was... guaranteed a spot in the play—offs. 0h, actually...yes. so, why not have a go against the netherlands? you never know your luck. i didn't sweat at the time the referee spotted a dutch because i had suffered handball in there — penalty. what i would describe as an overdose the taker steven davis, of adrenaline in the falklands war the captain and owner of 116 caps... when i was shot at and i simply... anyone can miss them. it was almost impossible commentator: incredible! for me to sweat. it felt as crucial as it did cruel the other key figure isjeffrey epstein, the new york as the netherlands pushed financier who befriended andrew on in the second half, threatening only rarely and who employed virginia roberts but controlling near completely. they only needed a draw and other young girls. to reach the finals. northern ireland needed more. in 2008, he was convicted of a child but they wouldn't get another chance. sex offence and sent to prison. despite denying the dutch, they must in 2010, andrew visited epstein make do with the play—offs. after his release from prison but for those games at least, o'neill will still be and stayed for several nights there by their side. at his home in new york. there might yet be some leaving do. it's the one area where andrew patrick gearey, bbc news.
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concedes he made a wrong judgement. scotland will also have to qualify via the nations league play—offs i've gone through this despite getting their first away win in my mind so many times. under steve clarke in cyprus. they took the lead through at the end of the day, ryan christie's great strike, his first international goal. with a benefit of all the hindsight but cyprus responded that one could have, with a brilliant goal of their own. it was definitely the wrong thing to do, but at the time, i felt it was the honourable former dundee and rangers player georgios efrem the goal—scorer. and right thing to do. scotland weren't behind for long though, john mcginn scoring the winner. andrew must know he's 2—1 the final score. occasionally considerable gamble well, england have of course already qualified for euro 2020 —— andrew must know he's taken a considerable gamble but they face kosovo in pristina by doing this interview. this afternoon in their it's unclear whether it final group game. will pay off for him. kosovo manager bernard challandes is calling england ‘the best side nicholas witchell, bbc news. in europe right now‘. and gareth southgate says that's all because of an abundance we will talk about that during the of attacking options. course of the morning. we'll be getting reaction to that exclusive interview throughout the programme this morning, we have got a lot of and in the next few minutes, good attacking players. that is the beauty of this we'll speak to dickie arbiter, who was press secretary team, that we can... at buckingham palace. the conservatives have set out it is difficult for defences more details of their plans to focus on one person to try for immigration after brexit, saying migrants will be treated and stop them because three, equally regardless of four other players can step forward, where they come from. score goals, create goals. the cost for migrants to use the nhs would also rise. labour, meanwhile, have pledged the movements are good and the individual ability is good, free dental care in england. so i think we are quite difficult
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let's speak to our political at the moment for the correspondent susana mendonca. opposition to plan for. what's different about what the conservatives are saying today? stefanos tsitsipas will face dominic thiem in the final of tennis's world tour finals some of it is the same as what we in london this afternoon. it's the first time tsitsipas has have heard because we have a easily qualified for the tournament and he caused a big upset heard them before talking about the need for there to be equal treatment in the semi—finals, beating roger federer. of eu migrants compared with migrants from other parts of the the greek player — world, and the issue of having to who's 17 years younger than federer — took an early lead and eventually the first set. have a job offer before you come federer was flawless in beating novak djokovic earlier in the competition but was well here, that is something we have below par as tsitsipas eventually heard from them before. something thatis took the match in straight sets... heard from them before. something that is different is this idea that the charge for using the nhs would be higher, so they are talking about i grew up watching roger as a kid, watching him at the finals, how migrants coming here would have watching him in the wimbledon, to pay instead of £400 will have to plenty of finals. wished i can step out on the court one day and face him and today i am here, living the dream. pay £650 to use the nhs, so that is i could never picture myself standing here, but it did happen. dreams do come true! an additional meet on the bone i in the day's other semifinal, think in terms of their immigration dominic thiem beat the defending
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policy. they are also talking about champion alexander zverev the need to be here for five years in straight sets. the austrian, like tsitsipas, in order to claim benefits, and all will be going for his first of that really playing i think to title at the o2 arena. trying to win those votes in the north of england where immigration has been a key issue for a lot of people there, and really trying to get those people on board. the business lobby are already concerned about what all of this would mean in and that's the sport. i wonder how terms of trying to bring in low that feels, i used to watch him as a skilled workers in bringing those workers on a temporary basis as well as on kid growing up. workers on a temporary basis as well asona workers on a temporary basis as well as on a more permanent basis. yes, biggest age gap in the history of the world tour finals. labour's senior wallet didn't have a big six hour meeting to thrash out what is in their manifesto. we are really? starting to get some ideas about it is 8:38am, and we are going to what might be included when that is published. yes, and some indication talk about the general election for about what they would do with a minute. immigration as well because there is heckling, protests, policy confusion... a real concern certainly among those it's been quite a week in the election campaign and next within the trade unions that week promises more drama actually because labour members at as borisjohnson and jeremy corbyn go head to head in a live tv debate. the conference have talked about this need to extend freedom of let's go over some of the main talking points now with three movement, that might be something prospective parliamentary that hasn't played well with the candidates. labour's ruth george joins us voters and we understand there is no alongside the lib dem'sjohn leech and jake berry explicit commitment to extending freedom of movement and actually for the conservatives. they will be looking at measures to regulate employment so that people
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don't feel as though they are being good morning, all. slipping in at the last minute to join us. thank undercut by foreign workers. 0ther you very much for getting up and coming to talk to us this morning. key policies, one thing they are talking about today is what they are john, we are less than a month out calling a free teeth mot, so now from polling day. how do you think things are shaping up?” effectively free dental checks for people. what they are saying is now from polling day. how do you think things are shaping up? i think in the last week, on brexit, the two there are a lot of people going to a&e because they have problems with big issues for me have been another their teeth, and actually this would bea their teeth, and actually this would be a way of getting people to actually have those checkups they big issues for me have been another big fat lie from borisjohnson, need to have, also talking about the again with no sense of irony on the side of a bus. let's get brexit commitment to net zero carbon done. he is trying! he may be emissions. we understand they are not setting a clear date on that. they will have 2030 as their target trying, but what he fails to tell rather than a firm kind of date when people is that actually what he it all has to happen. and also they means is let's get brexit started, are looking at helping women who are because if we get their withdrawal affected by the changes to the state pension age. getting a lot of agreement through after the general election, it's the start of the detail, the commitment to various process , election, it's the start of the process, not the end. but no sense of irony about a second enormous lie on the side of a bus from boris nationalisation programmes. all of this will be in the manifesto and we are getting more detail of the johnson. it is all about brexit, ma nifesto are getting more detail of the manifesto later on this week on ruth, isn't it, and yet people are thursday. thank you very much talking about other things. they are indeed.
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the government and armed forces have been accused of covering up illegal talking about other things. they are talking about other things. they are talking about nhs dentistry for people, jeremy corbyn was talking killings by british troops in afghanistan and iraq. about broadband last week. people an investigation by the bbc‘s panorama programme and the sunday are about broadband last week. people a re interested about broadband last week. people are interested in other things.” times has spoken to british detectives who say they found think so, and as the campaign goes credible evidence of war crimes. on, people are becoming more interested in the other issues that but the investigators say are coming out in this campaign. i'm strong cases were not prosecuted and evidence of torture and murder was disregarded. the ministry of defence in high peak a very rural area, and has denied the claims. people were saying that they are fed the mayor of greater manchester, up people were saying that they are fed up to the back teeth of paying £50 per month of! megabit of broadband, andy burnham, says he has concerns it isjust not a service that works, about the use of any sort of cladding on buildings after a fire at a block of but customers are paying on the student flats in bolton on friday. government are putting huge amounts the fire service has confirmed of money into bt openreach as well, but they still have to fight for that the material on the building is not the same type as used every single fibre cabinet that we on grenfell tower in london, try to get in rural areas. a but mr burnham says it raises issues that need to be addressed, question for all of you. you can as kevin fitzpatrick reports. bring out these policies as much as possible, and it feels like there is it was a fire that spread rapidly lots of headline grabbing with and ripped through the top three spending from all the parties. the floors of this building problem i have found out and about in the town centre. speaking to people in your people were panicking and coming out constituency see is trust. you say because there was a real fire who do you like? and they say, i and there was a lot of smoke. don't like any of them, this is the so, people were panicking and everyone ran out.
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heard, like, banging on the door, one i dislike the least.” and saying, don't like any of them, this is the one i dislike the least. i hope people will find a positive reason "fire!" and i grabbed, like, my phone, like, to vote conservative, but let's the jacket and shoes and ijust ran. focus on the big issues of the week. first of all on brexit. every door i 220 students are registered as living there, and by saturday afternoon, the fire service said knock on, people are saying, let's they'd spoken to every one of them. get brexit over with... item every people were crying, talking about the possessions. it was mostlyjust uni work — door? when i was there, people wanted to talk about the nhs... a lot of people had uni work that they believe must have been destroyed, passports and laptops people said let's unleash britain in and valuables just all gone. 2020, let's spend another year —— the fire service say this blaze was ferocious and it spread quickly let's not spend another year as the through the top floors lib dems and labour word. and on of the 6—storey building. at its peak, 40 fire engines and appliances were battling the fire. that question of broadband, i looked it took around five hours to get it under control. online this morning before i came i really want to praise the actions in. you can get a broadband of my firefighters and officers. connection from a well—known their early intervention and quick provider for less than £3 a week, decision—making that evacuated this that's the price of a frothy coffee. building at pace early on in the incident has made a real that is probably an introductory difference to the outcome. dealfor the first 12 the mayor, andy burnham, said that swift evacuation was due that is probably an introductory to a recent change in approach. deal for the first 12 months. if you are prepared to move, it's like car
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as well as a fire command, insurance, people can continue to which would always be sent get that good deal. but nothing in by the fire service to any incident of this kind, they sent an evacuation command, life is free. and this labour party which was a learning policy of saying, you will get free of their own from grenfell. the mayor confirmed broadband, it really means that we that the cladding on the building will provide it in an inefficient is different to that which caused the grenfell disaster, way, we will nationalise it and pay for it through your taxation, and we but it was still considered to pose a risk in a subsequent fire safety have already seen that the promises inspection in 2017. made so far cost every taxpayer the authorities believe work £2500. but the financial credibility to remedy that has taken place, of labour's promises, is it but an investigation will now establish realistic? the conservatives have whether it was put together a dossier of every policy that we have ever announced done to standard. at conference and tried to pretend to people that both revenue and the prime minister visited a support centre for those who've been displaced. capital spending is going to go on bolton university is providing temporary accommodation, food and clothing the bill. what we've said and i for those affected. think what the conservatives have in the meantime, said as well as that you need to invest to grow our economy. that is an investigation is under way what we have not been doing for the to establish la st what we have not been doing for the last ten years, and that is what has how this blaze began. kevin fitzpatrick, bbc news, bolton. seen our infrastructure on its riot police in hong kong have fired knees, that's what has seen our tear gas at student protesters close skills base reduced. is it a magic to the city's polytechnic university. the activists, who had been money tree? the broadband will throwing petrol bombs at officers, were forced to retreat behind make—shift barricades at the campus increase our productivity by £59
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in what were described as some billion, so it will be worth it. it of the most dramatic scenes will take us a little while, a few since protests began years, to get to that, but it's worth it in the long run. we've not more than five months ago. been investing for the long run. and if you need a bit of inspiration this sunday morning, a 9—year—old boy from belgium worth it in the long run. we've not been investing for the long runm is unicorn politics. in 27 years of knocking on doors, not once has a is about to become the world's single person ever said to me, i youngest ever university graduate. nine! should get broadband free. lots of people have said the broadband in it is just inspirational. but it makes you feel inadequate. this area is rubbish, and around the country we have had serious problems laurent seemons is studying and actually making sure that we for an electrical engineering degree have got decent broadband for all, in the netherlands, and if all goes to plan, and we can have a sensible debate he'll graduate next month. about how you provide that infrastructure properly and who should be in control of that laurent has a photographic memory and an iq of 145 — infrastructure. but to suggest that it should be free, it's as bad as that's only 15 points off einstein and stephen hawking. the monster raving loony party's in the future, he wants to explore how robotics can help policy of free ice cream for kids. extend human life. good on him. i saw an interview with free kittens for everyone ? his dad earlier and he said there is a big thought process going on, electricity and water are more would he be better staying with his important issues... it is trying to
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peers of a similar age of debtor to get the debate onto more important be challenged intellectually? he has issues. but it is a long time to just about brexit. we can't have a already left most of his peers along campaign that is about that one behind. you are watching bbc issue. i'm quite happy to talk about brea kfast. brexit, but we need an honest policy let's return to our top story now. on it. what we learned in 2017 was the duke of york has told the bbc at the tory party in the labour that he didn't have sex with an american woman who claimed party boasted on a manifesto she was forced to sleep with him delivering brexit and then spent the when she was 17. whole of the election campaign but in an exclusive interview talking about everything else with newsnight‘s emily maitlis, prince andrew said he didn't because they didn't want to talk about brexit. this election has to regret his friendship with convicted be about brexit so that people do sex offenderjeffrey epstein. actually recognise that it is an as far as issue that needs to be resolved. as faras mr as far as mr epstein was concerned, it was the wrong decision to see him isn't everyone thoroughly bored to in 2010. as far as my association the back teeth of brexit? that is why they want it over with. the only with him was concerned, it had... vote you can make in this election, andl vote you can make in this election, and i respect that position, their some seriously beneficial outcomes position is that they will stop brexit no matter what. it's an in areas that have nothing to do honourable position to take, but when i totally disagree with, and 17.4 million people will disagree with whatever discredits whatever we with that. we have a clear policy, are talking about today. on balance, let's get brexit done. its not an
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could i have avoided ever meeting honest position, though. you are him? probably not. and that is right, john, politicians are often desperate not to talk about because of my friendship, it was brexit... desperate not to talk about brexit. .. it is incomprehensible to inevitable that we would have come most labour mps. can we get the across each other. do i regret the labour position in here? what we are actually doing is trying to get it done properly, not to put the ball fa ct across each other. do i regret the fact that he has quite obviously conducted himself in a matter back to next year, we will be in the same sort of deadline next year. unbecoming? yes. unbecoming? he was a sex offender. yes, i am sorry, i more delay, two referendums next year. the one thing we all know is am being polite, in the sex —— in that it year. the one thing we all know is thatitis year. the one thing we all know is that it is still going round and the sense that he was a sex round in circles. offender. was i right in having him and that people don't want to sort asa offender. was i right in having him as a friend at the time, and bearing to shout at each other. will we all start being nice to each in mind this was some years before other again one day? thank you very he was accused of being a sex offender? i don't think there is much indeed. let's go back to our top story now. prince andrew has told the bbc anything wrong then. the problem was he doesn't regret his friendship the fact that once he had been with the late convicted sex offenderjeffrey epstein. in an exclusive interview with newsnight, the duke of york convicted... you stayed with him. i said that speaking out about his relationship with the financier had almost become stayed with him. and that is the bit "a mental health issue" for him.
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that as it were i kick myself for on we can speak now to our royal correspondent nicholas witchell a daily basis because it was not who joins us from our something that was becoming of a london newsroom. member of the royal family, something that was becoming of a member of the royalfamily, and we good morning to you. you have try and uphold the highest standards covered so many big moments in the history of the royal family. how and practices and i let the side does this compare? it is down, simple as that. significant, and clearly this is going to go on for some days. i it's a story which is suppose what everybody must be making headlines around the world this morning. we're joined now by the former wondering now was, was this a wise buckingham palace press secretary, decision for him to do this dickie arbiter. interview? and i have yet to see or what sort of conversations will be happening in that building behind you this morning? they would have read a single positive response to that interview. i think the thrown their hand up in horror last consensus is that he has probably night having watched that excruciating interview, the journalist did an excellentjob but done himself no good at all. i suppose he does deserve some credit i don't think prince andrew came out for subjecting himself quite openly in all his glory. they will be to 45 minutes of intense scrutiny. wondering, was the right decision made, who made the decision to put he will be hoping that he will be him on, did he make it himself or believed, his denials of any kind of did he seek advice within the contact with virginia roberts. but i palace? my guess is that he bulldozed his way in and decided he think there werejust was going to do it himself without contact with virginia roberts. but i think there were just too many any advice. so you think his u nfortu nate turns think there were just too many
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advisers would have tried to put him unfortunate turns of phrase in the off doing it but he pressed ahead interview. his refusal, as you say, anyway? any sensible thinking to regret the friendship with jeffrey epstein, and i think hejust came across badly. and i think person, anyone in the pr business anyone who knows him might have would throw their hands up in horror expected that to be the case. the at the very suggestion that he puts himself up in front of a television camera to explain away his actions, royalfamily expected that to be the case. the royal family has been through expected that to be the case. the royalfamily has been through many crises. he has done this presumably and his friendship with jeffrey because he thinks not speaking would epstein. the very people who want to have been more damaging. was he interview him, his accusers' lawyers and investigators, he is trying to wrong? that's really not for me to avoid them, whether they made an approach to speak to him or not i say. as the bbc world correspondent, don't know, but they will feel justified in wanting to talk to him it is something every body has to now, having put himself up in front make their minds up about. he will of the media. emily maitlis told us hope that it has drawn a line under it and hope that it has drawn a line under itandi hope that it has drawn a line under it and i every body to move on. certainly looking at this morning's headlines, being aware of what was yesterday that she understands it was the queen who signed off on the being said on social media and so on interview, do you think she would and just the sort of normal debate, have been part of this process?|j clearly there are significant question marks about whether this think was a sensible thing to him to have have been part of this process?” think he probably said to his done, and! was a sensible thing to him to have done, and i heard dickie arbiter mother, the queen, i am doing this saying that he would have imagined the duke of yorkjust bulldozed his interview because i think it is the way to doing this. i know that he right thing to do, i don't think the
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queen would have signed off on it. worked with him quite a bit during it seems to have happened very quickly, in an interview with kirsty his time at buckingham palace, and he will know him pretty well, he wark a couple of nights ago, emily maitlis said this was a year in the will know how he operates, and i think that so far as one can tell, thatis think that so far as one can tell, making. prince andrew said last that is probably pretty much what happened. i thought the duke of night in the interview he was york, prince andrew, discussed it opposed to six months ago to talk with his closest advisers in his own about his work, that has been muddied already. my guess is that it office, perhaps with his daughters, has been muddied already, because he felt he could clear his name and get himself out of the quagmire, but he perhaps with other members of the has dug himself even deeper. i don't royalfamily, but perhaps with other members of the royal family, but i perhaps with other members of the royalfamily, but i think in the think the queen had any hand in end, it was he himself who decided this, i think he informed her he was that this was something that he doing it. when you think about the wa nted that this was something that he wanted to do. we have seen a shift, content and the tone, saying he does haven't we, in the royal family's relationship with the press and with not regret the friendship, that his behaviour was almost too honourable, the public, particularly with the how do you think that will be younger generation, princes william received by the royalfamily? and harry have been very open. do how do you think that will be you think this will all change now received by the royal family?” think to say he doesn't regret the and lessons will have been learned? friendship, to use words like" i don't think we should read too much into it. i think what is epstein public behaviour perhaps causing some of the unbecoming", emily maitlis pulled him up quite rightly saying he was mainstream palace officials to slightly tear their hair out metaphorically is that we have now sex offender and finally the duke of seen two instances of senior members of the royal family not listening to york came into the 21st century and admitted he was a sex offender, it
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will affect the duke of york, it the advice of their communications officials. by that i mean prince harry and his rant against the will affect the duke of york, it will affect the duke of york probably in his relationship with tabloid media couple of weeks ago, his various charities and his and now prince andrew deciding to do various work, because they might this interview against, as i say, all this has come out in the wash we are not sure whether we want understand it, the advice of some him to come along, northern ireland more seasoned and experienced voices put him off earlier in the year, our other people going to put him off in within buckingham palace. thank you, twe nty20 ? other people going to put him off in twenty20? his intention was damage nicholas. limitation, he said he had let the right, this is where we say goodbye side down, the family down. is there an argument that says we should to nina, who is off to read the news respect the fact that he has tried for andrew marr. to be transparent, he has tried to be honest, he has sat down with a here's matt with a look at this morning's weather. reputable journalist, be honest, he has sat down with a reputablejournalist, to be honest, he has sat down with a reputable journalist, to be be honest, he has sat down with a good morning. iwill reputablejournalist, to be honest. good morning. i will bejoining you damage limitation is a difficult on andrew marr shortly. let's take a one, there is also an element of last look at the weather over here. cloudy in many areas, and we still crisis management, and i don't think have some rain around at the moment, the crisis was managed particular the next few days there will be more well last night in what he had to say. there are those who suggest it sunshine to enjoy with the changing autumn colours out there. the rain was selective and media, perhaps it at the moment is across parts of was, but in terms of damage northern england, wales and the southwest in particular. that rain is going to come and go all day limitation, i don't think he has limited any damage, he hasjust
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long, a bit light and patchy. my opened the wound even further, which begs more questions. and that is the graphics are failing me here! but issue, where does he go from here? we spoke with the lawyer who there will be some sunshine developing in the north and west of represents some of the accusers the country, and also across the south—east. there will be some rain earlier, she has has to come forward across parts of kent and sussex. i'm and givea earlier, she has has to come forward and give a statement, a sworn deposition. he probably has to, he afraid to say these graphics don't wa nt to afraid to say these graphics don't want to fire. let's just hit this one here, this should get it under really has no choice, but he did way. you can see on the radar chance indicate last night that he would where the rain is at the moment, the certainly, if he does come forward, if the accusers come forward, the dry zone at the moment in south and east scotland into northern ireland, and again across the midlands and lawyers and the investigators, than he is going to seek legal the south—east, mist and fog around information, legal advice, first thing, most places dry with a little bit of sunshine at times. he is going to seek legal information, legaladvice, iam surprised he hasn't had it already, continuing with the grey conditions maybe he has. but he has certainly across northern england, wales on got a battle on his hands now, this the south—west, and the shower is is something that, if he was pushing across scotland, things turning drier and sunnier later. thinking it was going to go away, it certainly isn't going to go away it temperatures across the country like is therefore the world to see, he we have seen over recent days, sitting in single figures. and has spoken about his relationship with epstein, spoken about his things are set to get a bit colder into tonight. we will see those relationship with elaine maxwell, he clearer conditions across scotland, has denied any wrongdoing with northern ireland, spreading their virginia roberts, these are way south was sent eastwards, widespread frost developing into the
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questions that he has answered but i morning, showing up nicely on our think a lot of people are going to temperature profile. those of the blue colours on the chart. but even wa nt think a lot of people are going to want further answers, and certainly the investigators and accusers will wa nt a nswe rs parts of the west and wales could the investigators and accusers will wa nt a nswers to. have a little frost on the grass in the investigators and accusers will want answers to. and how will this impact the relationship between the press tea m the morning. frost free in the impact the relationship between the press team in the palace, what kind south—east corner because whilst of conversations do you think i cloud from today it lingers on, this happening this morning?” area of low pressure spreading out of conversations do you think i happening this morning? i don't think any conversation is happening right now, it has onlyjust gone 7am of central europe, getting very close by to the south of the north andi right now, it has onlyjust gone 7am and i think people are all ducking sea, strengthening the wind along for cover quite frankly, there is a north sea coast, but bringing some lot of fallout on social media, it rain at times towards particularly is full of the interview last night, the newspapers this morning are coastal districts of east anglia and the south—east. for the vast awash, and the story is going to run and run, we are talking about it majority, it is the weather we have been needing for quite a while, most today, no doubt people will be talking about it tomorrow in the next day, this is the story that is places dry, reasonably sunny as well, any lingering fog patches in not going to go away. thank you very the central belt of scotland, temperature struggling to get above much. freezing. and with temperatures like if you have plans for your sunday that by day, colder still overnight. you will obviously want to know if widespread frost to start the day, a you will obviously want to know if you are out and about what the greater chance of some fog around as weather is going to be. let's find out. well. easton area is not as windy, and a lot brighter, particularly i think ithink rain i think rainjackets eastern england compared with i think rain jackets again really, this is the scene yesterday on the
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monday, wales and the south—west banks of the river severn, you can will see cloud and rain spreading later on. that will bring a change see the impact the river has been in the way things feel for this having, even though the rain coming week. still a cold day for many on tuesday, eastern areas could continues to ease off there are stay a little on the chilly site, flood warning across england and wales, as the recent heavy wayne —— but as this area of low pressure heavy rain continues to work down spins its way in, temperatures will the river system. dry weather is on the river system. dry weather is on the way for the next couple of days, gradually rise, eastern areas may but at the moment, you will still stay dry through much of the week, but in the west there will be some need your rain jacket in parts. some rain at times. we will keep a very heavy showers at the moment for close eye on the river situation parts of kent and sussex, and a zone throughout the week too. that's how of rain coming and going throughout it is looking, have a wonderful sunday, i will hand you back to the day from northern england. some roger. thank you very much indeed, and well outbreaks of rain in western scotla nd outbreaks of rain in western scotland and northern ireland, not rescued when your graphics failed! eve ryo ne scotland and northern ireland, not everyone will see it, as it moves nimble footwork there. eastwards, and we will see brighter skies into the afternoon. some hazy i'm a celebrity get me out sunshine across parts of the midlands in southern england, in of here returns tonight for its 19th series. between though we stay fairly and for the first time, cloudy, the rain coming and going campmates won't be made to eat live through the day, not a big change insects as part of the bushtucker compared with what you had trials. yesterday, and yet again, it is on don't expect this year's contestants to have it easy, though. the cold side up there, temperature celebrities will still have to eat staying in single figures for the bugs — but they'll already be dead. vast majority. we will start to see the show‘s producers say they've been planning the change for some time.
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some changes, clear conditions let's speak to wildlife presenter and conservationist chris packham, pushing and across northern ireland, who has been campaigning for this. scotla nd pushing and across northern ireland, scotland and much of northern hejoins us live he joins us live from the new forest england, and under those clearer this morning. you must be pleased? conditions, blue colours and a temperature chart, indicate a widespread frost, underweight away yes, i'd like to thank itv for moving in the right direction. this is one small step towards reaching from that, plenty of frost, a bit the things that we have been asking out towards the west as this area of them to do. it wasn'tjust about eating those live animals, of high—pressure resin, this is the course, it was also about the way high—pressure resin, this is the high—pressure system which we have been longing for, but it won't hang that they have stereotyped other around too long, low pressure still types of animals, things like close by to the east as it comes up from the mediterranean, and east rodents and reptiles, and therefore anglia, the south—east the exception rather than the rule tomorrow, lots damage their reputation when the rest of us are out there trying to of cloud and further outbreaks of show that we need all life on earth to make our ecological system is rain. could see the odd shower down functional. and also i think that the north sea coast, a breeze here the animals on the programme blowing but the rest of the country are being used purely for a day, a sunny day as well, but still a chilly one. temperatures in entertainment. there is no some parts of central costal and —— scotla nd some parts of central costal and —— scotland seeing only 2— three, and information there, no education, no development of our affinity for life, and particularly in a into the cold night of the week, ra i nfo rest, life, and particularly in a rainforest, one of the most threatened environments in the widespread frost to take us into world, as we know, we feel this is tuesday, some lingering mist and fog patches first thing in the morning, inappropriate. they are moving in dry and bright for most, better down the right direction, but we would like to see further steps as soon as
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possible. and presumably even the the eastern coast of england dead bugs have got to be killed compared to what we see on monday, somehow in orderfor them dead bugs have got to be killed somehow in order for them to eat later on, northern ireland, wales them. cruelty has always been and the south was clouding over, temperatures here up to around something that has been a concern to 10-11, but temperatures here up to around 10—11, but a chilly day once again. us of course on the show have always a cold night into wednesday across come back and said they have had experts on hand to monitor that. but northern and eastern parts, but we ultimately they were eating live will start to see changes from mid insects, and as i said recently in a letter to a nt insects, and as i said recently in a letter to ant on deck and the producers of the programme, you week onwards, low pressure system would dove your contestants live off the atlantic this time, that will switch the wind direction around to a more southerly one, so baby monkeys to eat, and yet both of temperatures will rise, but it —— these organisms have a very important role to play in that the western and southern areas we are most likely to see some rain ecosystem, and when people have come and go, we will struggle to get tweeted me and said, get a life, mate, you are talking about bugs, i that rain further east, some eastern would ask them to remember that if areas could stay dry, but every they put honey on their toes this dropout rate at the moment is not morning when they get up and start particularly welcome so at least we have those two dry days for many of eating today, the vast majority of the foodstuffs that they are going you to come, quite widely on monday to be eating have been pollinated by and tuesday. insects. —— honey on their toast. historian, broadcaster and writer there is a colossal loss of tessa dunlop is here to tell us biodiversity, and a wider what's caught her eye in the papers. understanding that we need to look after a ll
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understanding that we need to look after all life, not just a if you pick up a stack of understanding that we need to look after all life, notjust a cute and cuddly bits but those grubs and bugs newspapers, and take a look, there too. will you be watching? i'm not a is not much to catch your eye beyond one thing on the front page of all those papers. and not a great night regular viewer. i too. will you be watching? i'm not a sleep having watched the nation regularviewer. i monitor, too. will you be watching? i'm not a regular viewer. i monitor, so i will ta ke regular viewer. i monitor, so i will take a look at the programme to see what is going on. it would be unfair of me to make comments about it if i united, and it was not over the wasn't watching those sorts of general election, it came together, things. i am wasn't watching those sorts of things. iam planning wasn't watching those sorts of things. i am planning another letter, roger, to be honest with you. i'm planning to write to them has there ever been a sort of to offer mine and other services next year. you want to be on the communal television moment since 1993 and lady diana, that is what i thought. quite extraordinary. all programme? i didn't say that! what i the papers pick up on it, and i rarely agree with the daily mail, was thinking was that we could offer them a raft of ways that they could still involve wildlife in the show, but i have to say, i think they are on the money this morning, the but it wouldn't be exploitative, it headline" not one single word of wouldn't be cruel, it would be remorse". i sat there last night informative and educational, and the viewers would come away with a wider waiting, how badly was prince andrew advised, how could he have got, is understanding of why that rainforest where the contestants live in such a he nearly 60, and not realise that wonderful place. chris, thank you if you are talking about a convicted very much for talking to us this paedophile, the first thing you do morning. joining me now is actress is acknowledge the terms. for an hour, and not one —— acknowledge the jorgie porter who was in the jungle in 2015, and tv critic scott bryan.
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victims. not one glimmer of empathy, thank you both very much for coming in. you did the bush tucker trial, didn't you? and how much do i wish andi victims. not one glimmer of empathy, and i understand prince andrew has been through the ringer on this for yea rs now. . . that chris made that rule before i been through the ringer on this for years now... he himself says he has done nothing wrong... but it was all started! i at live bugs, and that about his pain, he talked about it was disgusting. i ate a cricket for being a saw in his family, the drip children in need on friday night. it was dead, but it was horrible. they effect on his, he referred to mental are still smelly and disgusting.” health, but not once did he step outside his own privileged shoes and haven't eaten any bugs, just to think about the girls as young as 14 clarify. you need to do that for who had been procured by epstein. it your tv critic work! so, jorgie, was extraordinary, and the question that was begged by the interview was what is it like as a contestant "who signed this off? a woman who going into the jungle? exciting at first, but obviously when i did the looks terribly pleased with herself show, i did so many tasks, so many on page three, apparently one of his things i would never want to do in my life. i never would've wanted to advisers, who thought it was" quite jump my life. i never would've wanted to jump out of a plane, it was never on my bucket list, so doing those simple" that he has apologised for things was an experience, but by the visiting epstein after leaving end you think that you can get through anything in life, so it is a prison and now wants to move down, massive life lesson. and it is all and it was on that premise that she film from one angle when you are in went ahead with it. dickie arbiter, the camp. is there a big wall with the camp. is there a big wall with the cameras stuck in it? there are the way he said he thought the
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palace works, he thought prince trees and rocks, and then a rock will cough one day and you will remember that there is a cameraman andrew may have gone and done it on in there, and your thing, we are on his own. i don't think i have ever telly, because you do forget. do you heard prince andrew speak before and really christmas at the real suddenly we hear him deny personalities come out? when you get allegations of sex and talk about a bit tired and gnocchi, you can't the male sex and an explicit way, hide it, and then there is an afters have this is quite an unusual way to hide it, and then there is an aftershave smell in a rock, and you break onto the scene. and quickly to river there is somebody in there. cani go to elizabeth day's reporter, she river there is somebody in there. can i have a squirt? who are we refers to him as a" prime time looking out for this year? you have caitlynjenner, looking out for this year? you have caitlyn jenner, roman camp, looking out for this year? you have caitlynjenner, roman camp, ian wright. what was interesting how pa looza ". refers to him as a" prime time palooza". i think prince andrew will everybody in the camp was really find this is not going away anytime nice to each other last year, they soon. i suppose the assumption was got on really well. and i was that not saying anything was more wondering whether that was because of the reality show, trying to make damaging than explicitly saying time ita of the reality show, trying to make it a bit more like bake off in terms after time, i damaging than explicitly saying time aftertime, iam damaging than explicitly saying time after time, iam innocent. of the spirit, or whether everybody damaging than explicitly saying time after time, i am innocent. for those of us who are running through the just got on, and whether this year internet —— nitty—gritty of royal will be the same as last year. harry reporting, this was bit of noise in redknapp, he is a lovely man, i have met him before. he was king of the the background, now we have foot jungle and everybody saw what a lovely guy he is. that is the
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massages in our frontal lobes. let's enduring appeal of i'm a celebrity, move on, this is about flood it is notjust about eating bugs and insurance. iam putting people injeopardy, it is move on, this is about flood insurance. i am one move on, this is about flood insurance. i am one of those people about seeing people beyond the who rings up every year and asks about my insurance premium...” normal celebrity lens, every point during the day, when they are at who rings up every year and asks about my insurance premium... i do you! you are so sensible! those their weakest, and everybody had an assumption with harry redknapp, he envelopes just get shoved in a seems like a nice bloke, but when he filing cabinet. why has my premium turned out to be throughout the entire run and never showed a bad side of him, that is when people really we nt side of him, that is when people really went on to his side. some got up, i haven't claimed, and it is people bond. have you kept in touch quite right, for the poor people who with anybody who is now a friend who get flooded it is not fair that they wasn't before? i bump into vicky should completely bear the cost, and we'll share it, we share the blame. pattison when we go to awards, and this is a fascinating piece, some it is so great because you have that great colour for the poor village of little bond that nobody else understands. we would have a fish lake, and people are going back whatsapp group as well, and i saw to their homes and everything is brian freeman, and that is incredible, when you meet your heroes. so who are you tipping for damp, even if you get a bit of mould this year, scott? i always get asked in the corner of your house it is creeping up the wall, it is pretty this year, scott? i always get asked this sort of thing. sorry! and a bad, but this flooding is a different scale altogether. they do high—pitched voice as well, very early in the morning.” this very handy strip guy down the side in the times, some questions i high—pitched voice as well, very early in the morning. i would say ian wright. and i can't say ian had about who covers the cost of
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this, in 2016 the flood reinsurance wright without saying ian wright wright without saying ian wright wright wright! it is extent scheme was launched, which was a common pot of money that all insurers could pull from to pay for instinctive. thank you very much, that's all from flood rooms, and that means you us here at breakfast this morning. can't then say "i am not going to dan and louise will be carry on paying out to the houses here from six tomorrow. that have been flooded or might be but for now, from us, enjoy your sunday. flooded". but who pays for this? we bye bye. all do, and it is roughly at a £10 to everyone's village here. all do, and it is roughly at a £10 to everyone's village harem all do, and it is roughly at a £10 to everyone's village here. if it is only £10 to help those poor people, imagine how awful that is.” only £10 to help those poor people, imagine how awfulthat is. i agree with you and i am glad that there is a scheme to cover that, but it does seem to absolve the responsibility from government. there are huge questions here about the climate crisis, the way we farm our land, the overuse of concrete, these need to come from good leadership, and insurance schemes where we all carry the can, 0k, insurance schemes where we all carry the can, ok, that is fair and we need to make sure that people here... but this one farmer, a real hero moment, he swam with his three
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horses through a flooded field to save their lives. and a coffin from the local undertaker has floated down the street. and by the way, if your house is built after 2009 i don't think you are covered by this scheme, just quickly, and just this is bbc news. little things about in the future what will need to be done, put i'm shaun ley. the headlines at 9.00am: sockets higher up the walls for prince andrew categorically denies example. you get waterproof plaster having sexual relations with an american women, nowadays. and they say not who says she was forced to have sex with him when she was just 17. floorboards but tiles. someone on i can absolutely, categorically tell the radio yesterday was talking about new houses on stilts, all you it never happened. sorts of things. the unpredicted ability of the weather is really the duke of york said he does not scary. thank you very much, nice to regret his friendship with the convicted sex offender see you. jeffrey epstein. the conservatives promise an equal immigration system after brexit — regardless of where andrew marr is here a migrant comes from. on bbc one at nine o'clock. let's find out what he has in store. we arejust at we are just at the stage of the in the latest of its election election campaign where we are pledges, labour says it finally finding out what the will promise free dental care promises are going to be from the for everyone in england. parties. the manifestoes will start to come out next week and i am sri lanka's controversial former joined by the leader of the labor wartime defence chief
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