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hello, this is breakfast, hello, this is breakfast, withjon kay and tina daheley. good morning. withjon kay and tina daheley. here is a summary of today's main coming up before stories from bbc news: the man who fought off nine, the london bridge attacker we'll get the weather with a narwhal tusk has given from alina. but first, at 8:30, a summary a dramatic account of how of this morning's main news. he was able to stop the knifeman the man who fought off the london bridge attacker and pin him to the ground. with a narwhal civil servant darryn frost has tusk has given described how usman khan was running towards people with knives raised a dramatic account above his head and wearing what looked like a suicide of how vest when he carried he was able to stop the knifeman out his attack and pin him to the ground. last month. civil servant darryn frost — whose two people were killed identity was unknown until now — after being stabbed by khan, has described for the first time how a convicted terrorist. usman khan was running a catastrophic fire warning towards people with knives raised above his head, is in place for parts of eastern and wearing what looked like a suicide vest. australia, as bushfires two people were killed continue to rage. after being stabbed by khan in sydney, strong winds in the are expected, while temperatures are set to hit the mid—405 celsius. attack last people living in the path of one fire have been told it is too month. a catastrophic fire warning late is in place for parts to of eastern leave. australia, as bushfires continue good morning. the duke of edinburgh has spent the night in hospital in london to rage. after being admitted for treatment in sydney, strong winds welcome to breakfast, are expected, while temperatures withjon kay and tina daheley. for a pre—existing condition. are set to hit the mid—forties our headlines celsius. prince philip, who is 98, people living in the path
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today: travelled there yesterday of one fire have been told from the sandringham estate in norfolk. the man who confronted buckingham palace officials said it's too late to leave. the london bridge attacker the admission was a precautionary with a narwhal tusk speaks measure, and he is expected here, the duke of edinburgh publicly for the first time, has spent the night and tells of his deep hurt at to stay in hospital in london, there for a few after being admitted for treatment not being able to save the for a pre—existing condition. days. the family of harry dunn say prince philip — who's 98 — victims. a catastrophic fire warning is issued in parts of eastern it is a huge step that charges have travelled there yesterday from the sandringham estate in norfolk. australia, including sydney, been brought against an american with residents urged to leave before woman accused of causing his death buckingham palace officials it's too by dangerous driving. said late. anne sacoolas travelled back the admission was prince philip spends the night in hospital in london to the us after the collision, a ‘precautionary measure' and that he is expected after being admitted for treatment claiming diplomatic to stay there for a few days. for a pre—existing condition. immunity. the family of harry dunn say it's it is one of the few trophies her lawyer insists it was a tragic a "huge step" that charges have been missing from their cabinet, as liverpool take on brazilian side accident, and says that she won't be brought against an american woman co—operating with accused of causing his death flamengo in the final by dangerous driving. of the club anne sacoolas travelled back to the us after the collision, world cup, bidding any claiming diplomatic immunity. to win it for extradition her lawyer insists it was a tragic accident and say the first time. request. that she won't be co—operating good morning. we've president donald trump has with any extradition request. got some dense launched the us military‘s new space force. president donald trump has launched patches of he signed the service into law in a the us military‘s new space force. new ceremony where he described he signed the fog across space new ceremony where he described space as new ceremony where he described space as the world's service into law northern ireland this morning, newest fighting in a domain. the space force is the country's first new military special ceremony, and over 100 service where he described space flood warnings across england. while for 70 years. troops won't be sent as the world's newest war—fighting domain. for many it is a into space but will protect us the space force is the country's
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first new military day of sunshine and property including hundreds of service for 70 years. troops won't be sent into space, showers, there is more persistent satellites. but will protect us property, if you think that reversing rain in the forecast later on across into a tight spot can be a tricky including hundreds southern parts of the uk. all the job, then take a look at these pictures of two cruise ships of satellites. details coming up in the next in port in mexico. half—an—hour. it is saturday 21 december. our top story: the man who fought off the london bridge attacker with a narwhal tusk has given a dramatic account of how the carnival glory, from early next month, he was able to stop the knifeman seen here on the right, and pin him to the ground. was manoeuvring to dock when it children two people died in struck the carnival legend, with severe epilepsy will the attack last month. which was already moored civil servant darryn frost has in the mexican resort of cozumel. be eligible for a cannabis—based described how usman khan was running six guests suffered minor injuries, treatment on the nhs in england. towards people with knives but the operator says both vessels the charity epilepsy action said it raised above his head, are could be life—changing and wearing what looked for some patients. like a suicide vest. this report it's thought that 2,000 from rich patients still could benefit each preston. year. if you think that reversing this is the into a tight spot can be a tricky dramatic moment seaworthy. job, then take a look passers—by attempted to stop a convicted terrorist usman khan. his at these pictures of two attack had become it looks like the glory on the cruise fishmonger ‘s ships in mexico. right has come off the carnival glory, hall, where he had just killed two worse. lots of seen here on the people —— had begun. it was their sport to right, darryn frost, a civil servant, took was manouvering to dock when it come this weekend, and on khan with others attending a struck the carnival legend, prisoner rehabilitation event, holy is here to talk about the football. not the which was already moored describing for the first time what premier league we are talking about, in the mexican resort of cozamel. happened. mr frost told the it is the club six guests suffered minor injuries, press association that he took but the operator says both vessels world cup. —— holly. are still seaworthy. a narwhal they are such massive vessels! you task to defend himself after hearing it is funny, over
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a commotion from the floor below. he here we don't seem see the balcony, it looks like it has walked a bit. but they are both described the moment khan ran at him to give it as much 0k and everyone is all right so with knives raised above his head. of a priority, in he went on fa ct, thank goodness for that. to give it as much of a priority, in fact, no english side has won it yes, really. to recall chasing since manchester united in 2008. those are the main liverpool, of course, have never won stories this morning. khan onto london bridge, it. they are through to the final in holly, what have we got doha. if they win it, where a group with the that might sport? wrestled him to the ground, stopping silence a few critics. him attacking anyone else or set of the champions of europe will play it is the club world cup what they thought was a suicide the champions of south america, in qatar flamengo, and liverpool and no english side has vest. talking about jack merritt and are taking it very seriously. won it until saskia jones, manchester united in 2008, so 0llie foster it is who were is in not something most clubs prioritise, both killed doha. liverpool but liverpool aiming for the final, are taking this extremely they have won six champions league by khan, mr frost seriously. said he will you rewind to the beginning titles, en route to win the premier league may be this season, but they a lwa ys by khan, mr frost said he will always feel the deep hurt of not of the week, we have been here all week have never won the club world cup so being able to save them. he with liverpool, good morning to you you can cut is taking all there. jurgen said he hoped speaking out would urge this quite people klopp says what seriously. —— to unite against terrorism and raise money for the victims‘ families. are we doing here in the a catastrophic fire warning jurgen klopp. is in place for parts of eastern australia, including sydney, middle of with strong winds expected the season? yes, the weather is and temperatures set to hit the mid—40s celsius. nice, but the european champions do the champions of europe will play people living in the path of one not take it very seriously. real the champions of south america, flamengo, and 0lly foster bushfire have been told it's too madrid have won it for the last two is in doha for us. late to leave. flamengo are under instruction let's talk to our sydney yea rs, madrid have won it for the last two years, but he appreciates to win this and return heroes. correspondent phil mercer. it's not quite like that how important this is for other parts of for liverpool, butjurgen klopp this seems to be getting worse, wants to change our perception
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the world. there are thousands upon of the club world cup. if anything. it is. this is thousands. you can probably see a and i think if liverpool do win it few, one walking and when it well, it will another brutal day in past me here, slowly change perceptions. the club world australia's horror cup is coming back to qatar next summer. brutal day in australia's horror flamengo supporters who summer. there are six emergency year. then it will warnings here in new have come be huge. here in their droves, 30,000 40,000, expanding from six continents plus south wales alone. three of those are to the a couple of,000 liverpool fans, a the hosts. it is moving lot of fans will be north and north—west of sydney, and to china. it supporting mo the remaining three are to salah, but as the week will be a 2014 tournament. then the south has gone on, people will have to start taking of sydney. and as you say, people after they beat monterey in the it seriously. all sorts of issues with semi—final with a very late winner in those emergency zones are being told where it stands on a calendar at the from firmino, he saw the passion beginning of the week. when we spoke that it those emergency zones are being told thatitis those emergency zones are being told that it is too late to leave, and from firmino, he saw the passion from the tojurgen klopp, beginning of the week. when we spoke to jurgen klopp, he beginning of the week. when we spoke tojurgen klopp, he said, what are they are being advised by we doing here in the middle of firefighters to seek a place of mexican champions, december? is it going to stop their safety a nd firefighters to seek a place of safety and a solid the winning momentum when they are mexican monterrey fans as well, and looking like this could be the structure to he began to appreciate what season when they win the premier protect themselves from this meant. he says going into this league? but they have grown into the heat. a this tournament. they had a catastrophic fire warning has been game against flamengo, we are not doing it for europe, we are doing it for difficult start against issued here in new south wales, and liverpool. they know they are less the mexicans the government, the state government here, says that this is the biggest than 24 hours away, it of monterey, the central and north ever deployment of emergency is a half american winners. it was only services personnel new south wales has ever seen. and this five kickoff for you. they can be roberto firmino who came off the called world champions as well. you bench to score the winner in injury is a are right, liverpool and the time to set up dangerous time not only for european sides do not take this as seriously as the other teams, but this game against eastern australia, in they will have to be very cautious flamengo. and there are echoes south australia, of the south american of 1981 and that great bob paisley side
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champions, because they are a very, very good terrible conditions down there. one that conquered all in europe. side. and of course, flamengo have person has died in the fires and been sent there with a mission. they the european champions. kenny dalglish. more than a dozen homes have they went to have been told they have to go there been destroyed in the state. in victoria, tokyo and flamengo and win it. forjurgen klopp, though, the priority surely has to tore firefighters battling serious blazes them apart, winning 3—0, there as well. on the be on the premier league for them. livable other side of there has to be some concern runners—up in 1984 in the there as well. on the other side of the continent, in western australia, over intercontinental cup, runners—up in in recent days, dozens of fires have injuries. well, if they 2005 to sao paulo —— been fought over hadn't been liverpool. there as well. here they would have been playing a always european teams against the as fairly strong team against aston south americans. but liverpool think for the prime minister, scott villa on the tuesday night. they put they can win this. they morrison, he has been criticised for out the teenagers and they lost, and they would have been playing west said they being out of the country during are here, representing themselves, ham next weekend. less likely to get not europe, they will do this time of crisis, and we understand injuries in this lovely hot weather this for that he is now heading home from themselves. but flamengo, and they and you would in the hurly—burly of away, and certainly his handling of are here in their thousands, and the premier league. yes, they they sing a song this emergency will come under will have to play that west ham fixture greater scrutiny when he finally still about 1981. lands. and is there any sign of down the line, probably in march or they talk about running the april sometime, but as jurgen wind dropping, the heat dropping, down the line, probably in march or april sometime, but asjurgen klopp brings around the englishman. it was a and this coming to some kind of says, they are here now they are here to win it, pretty intercontinental side, that an bob paisley side. but end anytime soon? i think in the and the brazilians, the flamengo next couple of days we will get fa ns bob paisley side. but the flamengo they are certainly here to win fans will be singing that song some tonight in their thousands. sort of rest but, but not it as well. thank you so much. and they today, not saturday. —— some area it looks tonight in their thousands. and they are a very, tonight in their thousands. and they are a very, very good team. like they are all enjoying interesting to see how sort of respite. themselves out there, anyway. not a the liverpool in the next hour or so, bad trip for liverpool fans. fa ns interesting to see how the liverpool fans get on there, not a bad spot is it a to be injust
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certainly here in good job we cut out at fans get on there, not a bad spot to be in just before christmas, in the sydney that moment? doha. thank you very much. they were the flamengo fans, region, we in that match is on the night at half past are anyway. arsenal ended weeks of speculation expecting very strong, by naming former captain mikel arteta as their new five. bbc one at 5:30. head coach yesterday. gusty winds and, speaking at his first press arsenal have a to come up from the south. they conference, he was clear on the path new manager could be gale force winds, and he in mikel arteta, of wanted course, the big enemy for the everton are still looking for one. firefighting effort are these very to dry conditions. we have had a long dan can get here. take. drought in eastern australia, those we have to try to engage everybody. i'm sorry, i could hot temperatures, but i have to try to convince not see that vest! i have been the players what i want to do, the real slowly building up to the christmas menace is the wind, and those on how i want to do it. jumper throughout december. this is their way. so certainly for the rest they have to start accepting a different process, highly flammable! even though a different way of thinking. of today, saturday, it will be a and i want to get all this staff it is and everybody at the club sleepless, it is a lot hotter than very perilous situation. thank you with the same mindset, you know? it looks. i'm boiling up, it is for joining very perilous situation. thank you forjoining us on breakfast this we have to build a culture that has morning. the duke of edinburgh has spent hotter than dubai! let me the night in hospital in london after being admitted for treatment to sustain the rest. for a pre—existing condition. if we don't have the right culture, tell you prince philip, who is 98, there are difficult moments, what is on the programme. travelled there yesterday hotter than dubai! let me tell you what is on the programmem hotter than dubai! let me tell you what is on the programme. it is a busy day. we will from the sandringham the tree is going to shake. estate in norfolk. so myjob is to convince everybody 0ur reporter simonjones is outside hear from jurgen the king edward vii hospital. this is how we're going to live. klopp. he talks a lot good morning. what more can you tell and if you're going to be part us good morning. what more can you tell us that this of this organisation, about qatar. we have also got gary lineker and this is how it's going stage? it is to be, and in this way. frank lampard on the programme, so a coming up arsenal play in today's early kick—off away to everton, big weekend for chelsea who take to 24 us that this stage? it is coming up to 2a hours since his admission who are also looking yesterday. what more do we know? for a new manager. on spurs, so frank lampard againstjose the name on the cards well, the palace are keen to stress is carlo ancelotti, who has led mourinho, his former manager when he the likes of real madrid, was a player and he was a manager
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that prince philip has been bayern munich and juventus. at chelsea. loads of new managers admitted to this hospital as a precaution. scottish premiership leaders celtic host aberdeen today. in we rangers are just two points behind the premier league, mikel arteta the know he arrived here yesterday celtic after a 3—0 win over new bus at arsenal and we will watch morning, having travelled down hibernian. his new team take from sandringham. now, officials are but the match was overshadowed on everton who refusing to confirm or deny reports by trouble from the home fans. also have a new manager in carlo jermain defoe sealed the win that he was actually flown by with rangers' third goal. ancelotti. much to talk about. steve helicopter to the capital, then got but things turned ugly when hibs' bruce, a nice piece with him, ryan porteous was sent off a car here. but we understand when for a reckless challenge remember when he took over from on borna barisic. he arrived at the hospital he objects including a glass bottle rafael benitez in the summer? he were thrown at barisic as he lay himself would say there wasn't that was able to walk on the ground, and a melee much enthusiasm for him coming into in the dugouts led to hibs assistant into the building thejob, but much enthusiasm for him coming into managerjohn potter and rangers the job, but they are 11th in the coach tom culshaw being sent without any great fuss. now, as he to the table, they play crystal palace this weekend and he has been talking to was travelling here, at the same time, the queen was travelling on stands. us. you've taken points off the premier league champions, the opposite direction. she was hibs will face you've beaten man united, getting a train to norwich and totte n ha m. i mean, i haven't beat heading to the sandringham estate to more pressure to man united for 20 years, begin her christmas break. so i so to do it this year think we can read something into curb was quite remarkable, yeah. the behaviour we go and that. the message from the palace win at seems to be there is obviously of their tottenham, you concerned about the duke, because he fans. is 98 years old, there is concern, know. gloucester thrashed their local we've had us some decent results, but not overly alarmed, is what we rivals worcester 36—3 to move up but it's onlyjust given us to third in rugby are being told. now, we haven't been union's premiership. it took them a while to get going, a platform, and the big thing for me but gloucester scored five late is, how can i keep taking the club told what exactly he forward and making sure that it tries, including a is being gets better, you know? treated for, simply a pre—existing double for louis rees—zammit. and, you know, over the last few medical condition. we know that last years, maybe it hasn't had that, year he had hip replacement surgery. and there were two tries for whatever reason, and that's my aim, some six years before that, he for max deegan as leinster beat if i possibly can.
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ulster 54—42 you know we do our football was in hospital again for an operation to maintain focus on his abdomen. a couple of honesty cards? well, we have riyad years before that he their 100% mahrez and benjamin mendy from manchester city this week and start to had a stent it is a festive addition and if you could fitted the pro14. because of a blocked artery. get two players to be less now, we enthusiastic about haven't had any update overnight on to the darts at ally pally — and peter wright went dressed christmas! they his condition, but perhaps that is as an elf and he was nearly left to be expected, because he is a on the shelf at the pdc ta ke enthusiastic about christmas! they take it, they have got so little very private man and we don't expect flamboyant wright, known as snakebite, was on the verge of going out interest in it, it actually becomes the palace to constantly give us a in the second round amusing. i'm trying to but he avoided a nightmare before running commentary of what is christmas as he went on to win balance happening. but the big question is things up today. they have to borrow a deciding—set your vest! it is too hot! whether he will be well enough to leave hospital and return to tie—break honestly, i will show you the back before i sandringham in time for christmas. to beat noel go as well. graham porter is on the simon, thank you. the family of harry dunn says it is a huge step that charges have been brought against the american woman who is accused programme, the brighton boss. we of causing his death malicdem 3—2. by dangerous driving. will speak to him life, and slaven anne sacoolas travelled back ido i do absolutely love to the us after the collision, claiming diplomatic immunity. bilic chat west brom, top off the her lawyer insists it the outfit. are was a tragic accident. table ina bilic chat west brom, top off the duncan you going to get one?” table in a championship and flying i do absolutely love the outfit. are you going to get one? i think i at the moment. we have mark could possibly bring that. and the kennedy hairas lawrenson. do you want to see the could possibly bring that. and the back? have a look. feel hair as well? yes, no reports. the magic! problem. one there it is! more story for you today. talking harry dunn's parents, about the lower leg of english i thought it football which has had a really charlotte and tough time this year. him, heard the news that anne said, financial struggles cripple some back? have a look. feel the magic! there it is! ithought it said, hot, hot, hot! it is the thickest sacoolas would be charged during a of the oldest clubs. the latest team in trouble well! meeting with the crown prosecution are macclesfield town, that is not well!
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service in london. they say they failing to pay their players in recent weeks. do we get any more? have campaigned for harry over four and now they've been forced to postpone their home game the reason i months, and welcomed the cps against plymouth over have got it on, decision. i just ground safety concerns. we're joined now months, and welcomed the cps decision. ijust want months, and welcomed the cps decision. i just want to say a massive thank you to one, bbc breakfast byjonathan smart, the public and viewers. but also, i'm from the silkmen's the media. recording. it supporters trust. is not about! i'm recording a little we feel thank you, good morning, thank you christmas thing and they asked me to wear a tremendous christmas that we for joining thank you, good morning, thank you forjoining us. we only found about taken a this rather late last night that the jumper. welcome you did it. you have peaked! match today was going to be huge step in and the cancelled and brings an end to a a test card as well! start of achieving the promise to harry that tumultuous week for the side. what yes, don't look we made. anne sacoolas left the uk your response? i at it too closely, you would see in august, claiming diplomatic think it was a dolphin! if anybody has any immunity. she has been staying at anger sunglasses, i could do with them this house near washington, dc. her and sadness and a tinge of disbelief right now! thank you so much. it is subtle, i lawyer said she is devastated by the really. there has been issues over don't think we will miss him! tragedy, but said she wouldn't the last few months in relation to return voluntarily to the united non— payment of players and i felt scottish premiership leaders celtic host aberdeen today. kingdom to face a potentialjail rangers are just two theissue non— payment of players and i felt the issue was dealt with until the sentence for what they called an end of this month when the next points behind celtic, after a 3—0 win over hibernian — unintentional accident. wages would you on the but the match was overshadowed sentence for what they called an unintentionalaccident. but, sentence for what they called an unintentional accident. but, despite that refusal to come back, 31st of by trouble from the home fans. december, it transpires that a safety certificate has jermain defoe sealed the win the crown prosecution service here say with rangers' third goal, not been but things turned ugly when hibs' they arranged, it is meant to be arranged ryan porteous was sent off are now working with the home office i believe at the start of each for a reckless challenge to begin extradition season and i think macclesfield council or treasure east council has on borna barisic. proceedings against mrs sacoolas. continually contacted the club objects, including a glass bottle, to they say that try and get this sorted and were thrown at barisic as he lay
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yesterday, the news broke that they process will start before christmas. on the ground, and a melee harry's family know the american we re yesterday, the news broke that they were not allowing the spectators to authorities are reluctant to in the dugouts led to hibs assistant go and watch the game today is so managerjohn potter and rangers return coach tom culshaw being anne sacoolas, but they the efl will not allow gameplay sent to the stands. believe they behind closed doors and have called 110w anne sacoolas, but they believe they now have britain's legal weight hibs will face more pressure the game. and there was behind them, and that is bringing some to address the behaviour of their comfort after months of despair. confusion as well with fans. from early next month, the owner, macclesfield town are likely children with severe epilepsy they said the game would be to face more punishment will be eligible for from the football league, a cannabis—based treatment on the nhs in england. played. after their home game it seems to be an issue here in against plymouth had the charity epilepsy action said it to be postponed. the local safety could be life—changing terms of communication with the group weren't convinced for some patients. owners and clubs and fans. i'm that their ground was safe afraid it is chaos. i'm led to and served a it is thought that 2,000 believe the game will not be played, patients "zero—capacity notice" could benefit each the statement went out at nine pm — meaning no year. saying the game will be played how about a quick because macclesfield town has not fans can be requested that the game be game of secret santa? admitted. called and, remember, macclesfield have who is this dressing up off and it is chaos, i feel already been docked six points. as father christmas? gloucester thrashed their local ho ho for the plymouth fans were arranging to come rivals worcester 36—3 to move up to third in rugby union's up plymouth fans were arranging to come up to macclesfield and many of them premiership. ho. will have driven it took them a while to get hi, guys. going, but gloucester i'll give you a clue. up yesterday, for scored five late tries, including a double they were delivering a for lpuis weekend christmas, and the game gets a recorded message for called off at eight or nine o'clock the scotty's little soldiers charity at night. where is this going and rees—zammit. for luis rees—zammit. set up to support children that have how do you see it ending? and there were two lost a parent who served tries for max deegan, in the british armed forces. not well to be honest. ifeel we are in as leinster beat ulster 54—42, to maintain their 100% have you worked out a situation where no money is coming start to the who it is yet? in this month and we have the crew, pr014. local game for us, a big away to the darts at ally pally, do you know what? i didn't, not following, plymouth will bring eight and peter wright went
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until i read it. dressed as an elf — to 900 spectators to the have and he was nearly left do you know what? i didn't, not untili read it. have a do you know what? i didn't, not until i read it. have a fantastic game today, on the shelf at the pdc christmas and happy new year. again, bringing large amounts of money for us to help pay for the world championship. until i read it. have a fantastic christmas and happy new yeahm until i read it. have a fantastic christmas and happy new year. it is prince harry. it wages at the end of this month and flamboyant is double bearding, the players have said for the last wright, two months that they are known as snakebite, was on the with the white beard and the ginger not going verge beard underneath. to play games if they have not been of going out in the second let's return to the situation in australia, where record—breaking paid, the 31st of december we find round, but he avoided a nightmare before temperatures and months of severe ourselves in a situation where the drought are being compounded christmas, as he went on to win by massive bushfires. players should have a deciding—set tie—break in south australia, the authorities been paid in the first ofjanuary said one person had been found dead we have an away game at port vale and to beat noel malicdem and another was critically injured, after a fire destroyed 15 homes if we continue to avoid playing 3—2. but after dan's jumper, that looks close to adelaide. sue bennett is games, we will continue to quite ordinary. get a local resident points deductions and i i don't think anything will look assume the and shejoins fla m boya nt i don't think anything will look flamboyant compared to dan's jumper. suspended will be added to the he has to try us now. six today, we will properly get another harder! punishment for not making the game do we know where good morning. thank you so much today and i find punishment for not making the game called snakebite? today and ifind it punishment for not making the game beverage of choice? i for joining us. i know these must be today and i find it terribly sad that there are people who want to am not sure, ta ke that there are people who want to take the club forward, mr katie scary times, right? actually, good question. has they certainly not been forthcoming with great name, great outfit. he's such information to enable a brilliant character. he has been are, because we certainly local around for years. he always had no businessmenjoe sealy information to enable local businessmen joe sealy to rain, and it's information to enable local businessmenjoe sealy to make a decision over whether he wants to has an interesting outfit. he always has ta ke decision over whether he wants to take the club forward when he sees very dry out and he can. but that adds a new the books and to find ourselves in there. total limbo. i have level. i enjoy a and we have been seeing pictures had great betterfestivities, as you might have noticed! this morning and speaking to our sympathy with terry and their supporters over the last few years not quite undone's level. we are all correspondent in sydney, and a lot
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of the focus has been on new and it is not a dissimilar situation feeling a bit unaddressed now! thank and it is not a dissimilar situation south wales. you are many, what, thousands andi and it is not a dissimilar situation you for now. we need to and i feel football is of miles south of there in adelaide, and it is not a dissimilar situation and ifeel football is in and it is not a dissimilar situation find out what the weather is going to do and i feel football is in trouble with these two clubs this season —— but it sounds like you have got bury. what are some of the player because that will affect a lot of activities this weekend. it said to you and how do they feel here's alina, with a look bad as well. itjust gives about what is going on? one of the at this morning's weather. you a sense of the extent to which very sad in some places? players last night said, at around the eight o'clock last night, they were whole of australia, it seems, is desperate to get the game on and suffering. yes, well, we probably they really wanted to play and had the last four days at 45 people think the players may be yes, we have seen a lot of degrees, which is unbearable, and don't want to play but they are scenes like this across england and wales spirit to play. ifeel because some places have had only late last night we got a almost cool don't want to play but they are spirit to play. i feel players, don't want to play but they are spirit to play. ifeel players, if this situation carries on, they will a month's worth of rain injust change. so it's probably be looking for newjobs injanuary. because some places have had almost a month's worth of rain in just a few days. this is tonbridge dropped 20 degrees. and what impact have it is such a difficult time and in kent, taken this morning. and the flood as you say it is hard not to the fires been having on you? what have warnings are continuing to rise. draw comparisons to alton and bury, we you seen? how is it we have in excess of 100 flood will continue to be looking at warnings affecting life? that across england. two in wales, a lot of smoke last night. it's here. thank you so much forjoining and more rain to come. heavy showers probably about ten miles from where us. my pleasure. thank you, around this morning, noting to give i live, so it's only in holly. thank you. it is around this morning, noting to give the foothills, but we know a few a longer spell of rain and thunder nearly quarter to and lightning. all down to this eight and we have the weather now. people, and they know people feature, clearing away north and that have lost how is it looking? east woods, but waiting in houses, lost a lot of their hello, at the the wings, more rain initially across south—west england and south wales animals. moment, a lot of scenes like this, so it's pretty heartbreaking to this evening and overnight, then watch it unfold. and a lot of saturated ground, pushing north and east. the rain what does that flooded scenes, this was sorry taken has do for everyday life? i mean, people yesterday, and of course across been raining here, shower starting to pull away from northern and have got to go about parts of south—west england, wales,
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western scotland. but this area of their duties south—west england, we have seen and go to work, but some torrential rain and almost one showers and rain has been quite month's rain in a few days in it must be heavy as it pushes north and places eastwards to england and is. soon affecting everybody. this smoke and not surprisingly, the out of the way and for much of in flood the air, you warnings are continuing to rise, in the excess of 100 and out uk, a day of sunshine and showers. can't get away across england, two in wales, with more a grey day across northern ireland from it. rain to come. let's look at the with dense fog here. poor well, the smoke and heat, we are bigger picture and see what is visibility. it will lift, but a lot all tired. a lot of people have happening, we have this area of low of cloud. later in the day, the breathing difficulties, with the pressure to the north of the uk, it smoke. but the volunteers, i mean, rain we don't know where we would be is sidling its way north and east pushes into south—west england and south wales. ten or 11 celsius without them. they are just doing so this morning generating heavy showers with thunder and lightning across the far south of england, much, giving up their time. you and that we have more rain to five or six across the far north know, and they are exhausted. these come across central southern england and wales through this evening and of scotla nd five or six across the far north of are the volunteer fire crews, scotland and somewhere in between overnight. this is where the rain across northern england, northern are they, the local community members has been falling in the past few ireland and north wales. this who are out there assisting the hours and we had some heavy showers regular members of the fire evening and overnight, the rain across parts of northern and western tracks its way north and scotla nd across parts of northern and western scotland and this line of showers service? yes, that's right. so they all do has emerged to longer spell of rain eastwards, initially across south—west england and wales, through the it for free. yes, that's right. so they all do it forfree. a as it has moved north and eastwards yes, that's right. so they all do it for free. a lot of them are across england and wales and as i midlands, protecting their own east anglia, and strengthening winds mentioned some wonder, lightning along the channel coasts and for homes, and if even how better than that and it will soon be out of the channel ireland. elsewhere, clear they are not, they are protecting... the way. —— some spells, variable cloud, some mist generally they know people whose and fog in scotland and northern houses they are protecting. what are thunder. it is a day of sunshine and ireland and northern england, you being told about some showers but actually though showers will begin to ease the next few may one or two showers. mostly frost before rain arrives into the south—west days, as we free away from the far north later on this afternoon and from get closer to northern ireland, dense patches of of scotland, where temperatures could fog this morning, quite slow
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drop below zero. cloud and rain christmas? to it is getting lift, given quite a great day, from eastern england tomorrow morning. to the peak temperatures typically in a range of after that, we will see some six up to 11 celsius. winds heat sunshine. 0nce after that, we will see some sunshine. once again, showers in season it is getting to the peak heat season in australia right now, isn't it? is there any sense of this will be strengthening as this band of rain this forecast across northern england, may be southern scotland works its way across central and being likely to subside at all?” southern england and into east into wales and south—west anglia midland parts of wales it? is there any sense of this being likely to subside at all? i mean, the next few days we're probably at through this evening and overnight england. fairly well scattered. most will have a largely dry day, temperatures 30 degrees to 3a degrees. it and the winds the channel coast and ona par channel islands and the rain was not is just because it is so dry, and yesterday have a largely dry day, temperatures on a par with today, a weaken as the night wears on and oui’ 6—11. into because it is so dry, and yesterday ourwins, we because it is so dry, and yesterday our wins, we actually had a christmas week, monday, sunshine, catastrophic fire conditions, which mixture of variable cloud, some is pretty bad for this time of showers but also some mist and fog also showers. especially further year —— winds. but the winds picked up, across scotland, northern ireland west. quite a blustery day as the and northern england and we could and that is our biggest issue. like, wind strengthened. 0n see a touch of frost across the far west. quite a blustery day as the wind strengthened. on christmas eve, yesterday they just couldn't stop mainly dry, but still north of scotland, here with them. sue, thank you so much for temperatures falling below 04 rural one or two showers in the joining us. we wish you well. i areas and elsewhere, above freezing. west. into christmas know these are scary times, but we hope still some hard and trying to clear day, we see this ridge of high from eastern areas of england you and your family through tomorrow morning and once it pressure starting to build. that these are scary times, but we hope you and yourfamily and your community all stay safe, and that it settle things down, bringing much of does, though spells of sunshine for the uk and they need dry day before is over soon. you are watching many of us. still some showers in wet and windy conditions start to breakfast from bbc news. push on from the west later on it's time now for a look the forecast, critically across at the newspapers. north—west england and wales and boxing day. to sun let's look at the front pages. the daily mail leads on the duke maybe south—west england and mist up christmas of edinburgh's admission and fog across northern ireland, week, unless you are in the hills of to hospital, describing it northern england and scotland will as a helicopter dash slowly lift through the morning. scotland, there won't be any snow. from sandringham temperatures on a par with showery, dry for a time in to london. today's 06-11 temperatures on a par with today's time for 06— 11 celsius. looking ahead to christmas day, we could see fog and the guardian says yesterday's christmas week. for monday, sunny frost overnight, and towards the end withdrawal bill vote marks the first of the week, it turns wet and
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step towards brexit, spells, still some showers, especially the further west you are windy. and quotes borisjohnson as saying my of the week, it turns wet and windy. my christmas gift to you is that at the country and quite blustery, strong and gusty least it will be drier for a time should abandon around christmas day. winds for some. they will ease the the old labels of christmas eve and the showers become leave and remain. less frequent. this is what happens on christmas day. you see we will take it, thank you the times investigates the national shortage of gps, very much. which the paper says has left some a ridge of it is not much of a gift, to be surgeries with one doctor to care high pressure briefly so things will be dry, there will be some spells honest. i think i will keep the for 11,000 of receipt for that and sunshine, waiting in the wings is patients. exchange it! more unsettled weather, probably takeit and most read on the bbc news arriving late on boxing day, maybe receipt for that and exchange it! take it back injanuary! thank you for now. it website is the man who confronted into friday but for christmas week, the london bridge knifeman is 8:46am. with a narwhal tusk. a showery start than trial for a from earlyjanuary, some children in an interview with the press association, time, just in time for christmas with severe epilepsy will be darryn day, living some fog and frost eligible for a frost overnight and clear skies and cannabis—based speaks turning wet again later by the end treatment on the nhs in of the week but at least for england. the charity epilepsy action say it publicly christmas things are looking could be life—changing. somewhat drier. back to you. for the it's thought that around 2,000 somewhat drier! well patients could benefit each year. however, not first time done! for a everyone is eligible, including since the couple of hours on wednesday afternoon and then it is back hannah deacon's son, alfie. attack. afternoon and then it is hannah joins there is some couple of hours on wednesday afternoon and then it is back to rain again and i tell you what, real detail and should we go abroad? let's do that. us now. travel sort of shocking dramatic detail of what show. you have been in before, but he went through and what he tried see remind us about alfie and his situation. my to prevent being even worse that day, a you son has very few weeks in us about alfie and his situation. my son has very severe us about alfie and his situation. my son has very severe epilepsy which
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ago. good isa a son has very severe epilepsy which is a non—inherited genetic condition affecting nine boys. 0n the back of morning to minute. affecting nine boys. 0n the back of a campaign we ran into thousand 18, you. hello and welcome to this, a drier day i think for many but the law was changed on the the last travel show of 2019, 1st of of course the ground is situated and we so what a better time to take a look november 2018, to allow have had so much rain across england back on the past year for cannabis and wales in recent days and lots of on the programme? oil to be prescribed in the here's a taste pictures like this, lots of surface nhs. my of what's coming son has a nhs prescription along water and still, a load of up. with one other child in northern it's ireland. but other than that, there flood warnings in place in fact, over 100 flood warnings across england and is no nhs prescriptions for the type two across wales and once today is incredible. of cannabis oil my essentially a day of son uses, which oh, my is really, really sad, because it sunshine and showers, persistent rain to come will benefit thousands across the god! country. how much of a difference later on across the southern half of the uk so we will look about in that was completely insane. has it made to hear about bet‘s kick off with a trip that mike a moment. is the bigger picture. a made over to california his quality—of—life? has it made to hear about his quality-of-life? huge, he was having line of showers and a longer spell back in may. of rain tracking north and east with we told him that all he would need hundreds of seizures a week and now was a taste for adventure he is not. he is not over the next few hours and then and a head for heights. cured, he still attention turns to this area here is what happened. has epilepsy. this is about of persistent rain arriving late on sorting this afternoon. this is where the out the quality of his life and here in western california, rain has been falling in the last giving him the best possible there are complex beings that have few hours with showers across lived for over a millennium. chance of having a good life. and living a northern and western scotland and this line of showers which is redwood trees have become longer life. this is not a merging to bring along a spell of cure, we an icon of this state. know that. it is about giving my rain north and eastwards across england and wales and some lightning but some fear that our family and him the quality of life changing climate might and thunder and hail embedded in it. threaten their he needs. the families i it will clear and support,
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survival. who all need access to medical behind it, so i have come to the most southern cannabis and prescription, they are sunshine for most of us, fog taking its time to clear from northern tip of their range — now paying privately every month ireland so it could be a grey day where change could hit the hardest — thousands of pounds to enable their here with one or two showers to join a scientist who has been children to be safe. they met clipping the eastern side and later working here to try matt hancock this year, he liked them all on, more persistent rain arriving to find some answers. in the eye and he promised to help into southwest england with the it's absolutely amazing them and those people will winds strengthening being out in the forest, i just love it, listening here. not be able to access it and temperatures typically 6— nine to the birds and watching the sun move through the celsius for the northern half of the it has not uk and 7—11 further south. but canopy, improved their seizures or giving it's beautiful. will keep the show was going them such severe side—effects, they had to come off across today, we will scotland, england, northern ireland it. this is a but they will fade, further south we be climbing this... small step in helping a very, turn to some more persistent rain very narrow on amount of people. this is not why already saturated ground across much the law was changed, that is the of wales, southern central england so these are coast and east anglia so it offers irony, the law was changed for my yellow warning in place for that rain as we redwoods. son and thousands of other people. they are the tallest why won't alfie be getting it, go through the overnight period. it tree species could turn cold across the northern in the world, reaching why is he not eligible? he has half of scotland with a touch of commonly frost here but elsewhere staying about 380 feet tall a medical is the tallest ones. cannabis nhs prescription so he above freezing and frost free. first they are incredibly tough and resilient, is 0k, he's safe. the irony is, if thing tomorrow the rain and cloud really important ecologically will clear from eastern coasts and and they are iconic. you went to his doctor today and we behind it we will see spells so i have been here, needed to change product, of sunshine and once again showers, trying to get a better understanding particularly across the western side of how we they are responding to climate couldn't because the department of change, and how they might respond health state epidiolex is the only of the uk. some will to future climate change. and how are they drug that should be available on the falter away nhs. as you say, that is further eastwards and england, it responding?
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as the climate changes, temperatures are increasing, a good should be a drier day it's drying things out thing for a very narrow amount of as temperatures get warmer, impaired to people, but what about the thousands recently and temperatures on par and that's a big with today. as we go into christmas of other people, 23,000 consideration for these particular children in week, monday looks to be this country with epilepsy like my trees because they need so much water, a mix of child, what about them and the sunshine and showers and blustery it's affecting their water balance families who have written to the and their ability to transport more and fairly cool, particularly the prime minister asking for him to further north you are but by the water to the tops of the trees. help in september, he hasn't even time we get to christmas eve, but now, it's showers becoming less frequent and acknowledged their letters. they showed them before and after, this then actually for christmas day, time to get what we see is a brief is my child having 300 seizures a to work. groans. day, this is my child now ridge of high there we go. pressure so for much of the uk it having no so first, we need a sample seizure some days. he hasn't even will be dry. some spells of sunshine. but waiting on the wings, of the tree's core. responded to those people. this it will turn wet and windy so this is the halfway mark there, is utterly disgraceful, these are the and then when you get to the ground, essentially over the coming days and most vulnerable people in our into christmas week, it is a society. i didn't choose to have we'll be able to pull that spoon out with the core on it. a disabled child, these families don't shell restart, it will turn drier for a timejust in time and the hidden secrets beneath choose to have disabled children, restart, it will turn drier for a this bark will be ours! time just in time for christmas day, it will bring some fog and frost and the knowledge will they should be looked after. the law doesn't go into boxing day and was changed by sajid javid, the be ours! beyond, and is will start to turn home secretary, because he wanted to earlier on, anthony showed me some wet and windy so not very much of those secrets this tree had already revealed. make gmp cannabis oil available on the festive weather in the forecast, but and so, wow! these are the rings here? nhs, that is not happening. the at least it will be dry for a yeah, each one of those reason is because they talk about at least it will be dry for festive weather in the forecast, but at least it will be dry for a time across christmas day. no snow but no an annual ring, one year of evidence. that there is not rain as well. exactly. growth. that is the so it only grows a couple enough evidence. that there is not enough of millimetres each year? evidence. but the recommendations compromise, i guess. some yeah, and sometimes less from nice is that another rain. i
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thought we were done with the rain. than a millimetre a year, medication should be given with i know. we will depending on how the conditions are. we are back hundreds epidiolex. there is no randomised talk later about the of years right now? once we polish this impact of the weather on engineering data, it is a works on transport. we up and sand it benzodiazepine and more addictive will see what and get a better than heroin. nice say that the impact is, particularly on the view of the rings, the body trains, of all of this weather. that decide about this, they say, now on breakfast, private eye's you know, this is — editor ian hislopjoins the bbc‘s there could be 100, 200, we are not able to recommend cannabis media editor amol rajan to look back 300,400,500, 600, 700 maybe years here. —based medicines in every case for on a fascinating year of front wow. covers, cartoons, and satire. some conditions, we need more evidence on their safety and so this section up here hasn't seen sunlight benefit. you know an awful lot for 600, 700 years. yeah. it's an more about this than i do. hello. amazing archive. i suppose that is theirjob, isn't alright, so i have one end of the tape measure. it, notjust to come in. we are doing the circumference measurement. yep, yep. describe, decide what is prescribed, good to see but also to decide on so wrap it all the way around that you. now, you are everywhere. underneath this tubing that. the basis of cost and also on safety. that has to thank you for having us so we are at 7.84 in, thank you so much. metres circumference. how do you come up that's a big be paramount, even if it is with a cover like those? this was when theresa may — frustrating waiting. ok, the cost tree! do you remember her? it is a big tree. issueis she was around at the frustrating waiting. ok, the cost issue is ridiculous because my son beginning of the year. to the top! used to going to hospital every week she used to be prime minister. anyway, she left and we had to think for days on end, costing the nhs how can we pay tribute this redwood stands hundreds of thousands of pounds a to theresa may? year, he now does not. we so i thought "perha ps at over 70 metres tall. a blank page will be good," could save the nhs millions if we allow every and so we have the theresa climbing redwoods is forbidden patient in this country who need may memorial issue, her legacy in in most places, but in this
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to medical cannabis access to it. with reserve, full. er, thank you. we have special regards to data, do we say 50 which again seems quite cruel, permission — countries and jurisdictions around but was quite funny. and what a the world who had made medical do you know how each privilege it is! cannabis in full extract form to of those sell? their citizens are wrong? the do you ever keep tabs on how 0k. problem with nice, they are looking each of those cell 40 at this as a pharmaceutical model. cannabis as a punt does not fit into question the pharmaceutical model, we need —— sell? metres. to look at real—world data and yeah, that was a seller. i'm afraid that was popular. observational trials. randomised and nigel farage? controlled trials do not fit this is great, he's always good. partly because he always does cannabis as a plant, we need to photo opportunities, i cannot believe how incredible it so having been accused of having is up here. stop looking at it as a pharmaceutical a party full of fruitca kes, as we inched upwards, i am faced with more scorched bark. he does a photo op anthony told me that wildfires and look at real—world data. and as eating a fruit cake. are another threat that these trees i mean, it is fantastic. i say, children like my he does the are increasingly facing in the modern world. son are joke for us. bird's prescribed things like benzodiazepines every day in and you sometimes jump nest. hospitals. there is no randomised and you sometimesjump on anniversaries, too. this i don't think control data for those drugs. yet they are being given all the is when boris became prime minister which there is many people equate with an anybody home, time. this is hypocrisy. there are 78 event, as though. drugs in the nhs prescribed without unlikely as landing on the moon, but with anthony already he licences. why is that happening and at the top collecting samples, did. i make then we say we can't but he did, and there is a picture prescribe this my final because it is not licensed? it is of him just going into number 10, hypocrisy. to reiterate nice, they so we did it as a lunar push upwards. say more research is needed to landing, a souvenir issue — one small step for man and a giant this understand the benefits and risks of
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leap in the dark for mankind. these medicines for children and and put it in black and white. view... young people. that is not being in terms of your annual. when you have a year to get ..iss definitely one of the wildest, done in benzodiazepines in two—year—olds most incredible views i have seen which worries me more than anything. through and have many of these annuals, of course, in my entire life. i have seen my son i can't believe we are 71 metres off and when you have to do one a year, the ground right now. what you're saying moments ago thrive on medical is whatjournalism is about, condors get this view. cannabis were side—effects, what are you thinking condors, and about dealing with this? reduced do you get the bestjokes or really us. seizures, better quality—of—life. it's benzodiazepines, it causes him to to reflect the year? i try and get the bestjokes incredible. be violent, sleepy, you cannot get him and if we had been told off them because they are like about a particular subject or have this is 700 years old! heroin. sadly, we need to leave it not covered it well, which is before the colonisation i try and leave it out. there. we need to discuss the i mean, we are exhaustive, of america, before taj mahal, hypocrisy here. it needs to be but the idea is to be entertaining. before maccha piccu. discussed, how is he doing question you've been personally committed it makes you feel like a speck to trying to reverse the decline of sand in the sandbox. that he is believed, thank you, he of the english is at home and he will be like, cartoonist. very yes. excited. he always says, money is why have you and private eye kept insignificant. going on the news with her high up with this cartoon? heels on! will he be because people like them yeah, it's a pretty humbling experience, isn't it? watching now? and the mag sells. if the climate change experience he will. look at that camera, dries things sufficiently, no, obviously, it's a much more then they might start number to feel some impacts, six. wave to him, elevated reason than that. they might not grow as well, may not get as tall, happy christmas, no, i love cartoons. alfie. happy christmas! thank and they might, in the future, even might die back, and that i think that one and that is what we're trying you for coming in. it is of the things that print can to find out. do i feel the tree do is reproduce sort of beautiful shaking a little bit? 8:53am. and talking of christmas! drawings that yeah, it's waving. just a normal thing, i am assuming? the race for christmas number are funny. yeah. one has been won by the and the english cartooning tradition youtube star
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is very old and i think remarkable. ladbaby, who is top of the uk's so i am basically doubling festive chart for the the number of cartoons. second year in a row. i remember him sitting here a year and people said "there are not any young cartoonists. ago and thinking, well done, we will you won't get anyone." never hear from it is funny, if you offer money, time something with a bit ago and thinking, well done, we will never hearfrom him again. i was more horsepower now, totally wrong! people become cartoonists. and in march, adam made his first ever visit to dubai. ladba by, whose we have got a brilliant raft real name is mark hoyle, let's just say he got to travel beat stormzy and wham! of young cartoonists. style, very very quickly. — with his sausage roll—themed cover i mean, this is a genuine skill good to see you. look at this! of ‘i love rock n roll‘. and a lot of people who do jump in. let‘s take all set? let's it really well. a look. i mentioned politics do is what we will come to. and everything to be in a state of polarisation, a genuine difficulty. it! why has that happened? a delayed effect of the financial crash? i think the referendum was a question about whether you are essentially happy with the way everywhere we look, i britain is or not, whether it is too mean, i'm just unequal or you have been left behind seeing... by the international world that has we have a rolls—royce come into business, going past here, mercs, whether you would rather your life that is standard. was structured supercars everywhere. what is it with dubai? why are they so in love different ways. with their superca rs here? there are a couple of different reasons. and the referendum was not really one is to show about europe at all. off. the question people answered as much as no—one was a question for themselves. wants to admit it,
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fairly reasonable, but it did not have anything to do with the eu. people do like we managed to speaking for the entire nation, or politicize showing off. essentially a cultural many people! in the uae. divide. danny's ninth degree group of local i love sausage rolls. i do. that is which is why we have ended up, supercar owners hold regular track in three years, people shouting your ea rworm for i love sausage rolls. i do. that is days and your earworm for today. and we‘re nowjoined at each by our entertainment events here. correspondent, colin paterson. other. this is quite an and they even let you hire one the last three years has achievement? is the furnished your covers with some of the top—of—the—range models, very loud characters. so that you can get behind most british thing ever, a song what about the wheel — for a few about sausage rolls has got to satire? hours, at least. does satire become easier or harder we are going to go for a spin number 12 years running. this is in this car, and this car when we have the stranger—than—life not easyin characters? i mean, it does two things. is the real deal. number 12 years running. this is not easy in december, i am an it's almost £1 million entertainment correspondent and i one is everybody says to you "satire get inundated with people saying, we is over now because you cannot worth of raw, are going for the christmas number satirize donald trump — brutal, unadulterated he does it to himself". one. chris miles went for christmas 0r "boris is funny. number one and he missed the top power. nothing more to add." 100. there was a campaign to dan, let's do this, which is not get jarvis cocker to number one with a man! let's go. true. but you have to work oh, song reflecting the result how many harder. because you have to find the areas people felt about the general where they are vulnerable, yes! election, it missed the top 40. the areas where they genuinely ladbaby election, it missed the top 40. ladba by has election, it missed the top 40. ladbaby has done it two years are funny and where you can get running with more sales than he had under their skin. screams. last year. they have also done it in obviously, it's an old school way because they got incredibly to number one because people are flattering — we have done downloading and buying the check. some joke about donald trump which turned up normally, it works on streaming. to in a tweet saying "this was unfunny oh, my explain the charts nowadays, if and not clever and
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not funny" days! you strea m and that is the laughs. explain the charts nowadays, if you stream a song 100 times and ultimate prize. subscription services, that counts and to find that boris is furious as one sale. about something and that's what you want. 100 times? 100 does he ever get in touch? times. if it is not a subscription one, 200 he's been on your cover many times — do you think he is still cheesed off now, if you are a fan of winter times. if you do it old school when he sees himself sports, you are going to love this and you times. if you do it old school and y°u pay times. if you do it old school and you pay 99p and you download on the front page? next one, because back in march, i do hope christa headed to latvia it to so. to try her hand on one of the very your device, that counts as a sale. what is your technique few professional bobsleigh tracks for dealing with people ladbaby your device, that counts as a sale. ladba by has three your device, that counts as a sale. ladbaby has three quarters of a who are readily offended online? that are open to tourists, million followers on youtube and he and it was quite a ride. well, i'm not said, come on, buy welcome to sigulda's bobsleigh online, which helps. track, one of the very few it! 93,000 of in the world where tourists can get how have you found the same adrenaline rush them did. that money goes to that is hard to sustain? as professional the trussell trust. that must be a key over the course of the existence factor that it is going to the of the internet, you have two races. we are about to set off, trussell trust and food banks. in children in their 20s, 100 kilometres, down what do they think with the fact a very our interviews, they said that, it that dad is not online? icy slope. is going to food banks, that is why i have no idea. i have not looked but luckily, i've got an expert they did it. but a great moment when online. no, it is very restful. pilot, so fingers crossed they did it. but a great moment when they do the charter rundown and that it i do recommend it was announced yesterday. ladbaby it. goes very smoothly. decided to live stream at the moment i could get used to that idea. unfortunately, the media may not they find out their christmas apart from the pilots sttering allow me to do that. the bobsleigh from the front, number a team also includes one. of course, you find out if you one of the things about the age pushers and a brakeman. but tourists get it easy. are christmas number one when number which we live is the truth seems up theyjust need to for grabs in a way it has not two is announced because if been for a long time, duck it is in and hold on not you, it is maybe ever in the
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very tight. you number one. we course of your career. this track is almost 1500 metres have the moment here and ladbaby long and you need a pretty strong do you think it is fair to say these stomach realises instantly and bursts into tea rs realises instantly and bursts into tears and his wife roxanne is days, the penalty or sanction faced to com pletely by those caught lying has almost disappeared ? tears and his wife roxanne is completely bemused on the left, have people are getting away a look. with lying as never before. manage i do think is a real problem now, its it is official, the christmas number the idea that fake news — two. ladba by it is official, the christmas number two. ladbaby makes charter and that is one of the things 16 that is why i don't put a lot history being the first actor ever to do of time online, because i am curves. infuriated by reasonable people the first two novelty christmas who say to me, "i notice woo! you did not run that story number chuckles. one singles back about hillary clinton oh, man! murdering everybody". to back, number and i said "i did not run it because it is not true". woo! i think that is one of the most two, stormzy and they intense experiences and ed said "i that was like being in a very, very active, very cold tunnel dryer sheeran. read it for a minute she online". and these are people who they say and a half. to you "the mainstream media isjust screams another winter sport that can full of lies" and then they believe the biggest and stupidest lie take your breath away is this — the thank you so that someone in a bedroom has written up skeleton. imagine a luge with no brakes much! oh, my on the internet and sent out or steering aid that as a blog. you ride i mean, there is a real divide god! oh, between the sort of supposedly my goodness! i love that reaction. scepticism, sort of fierce headfirst. i don't think i'm ready to try one it took about 20 seconds refusal to believe anything you of the full—blown skeletons, to realise but there is a tourist version she was number one. delayed read in the normal media, and then believing almost anything available that is a little bit reaction. so now the great fat as we you read online. more my mentioned a lot this week, only
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and this is weird two a cts mentioned a lot this week, only two acts in history have had speed. and it makes it... wish me luck. back—to—back christmas number ones. the beatles, the spice girls, they it makes the idea of truth polluted, it's called a frog, and for this both went three years in a which we know from the history of fake news is what the original one, there's no crew row. so to ladbaby is going to have to come putin doctrine was and what donald trump wants. make back. what he has not done is the he does not want you to believe this old —style rubbish he pumps out. me back. what he has not done is the old—style one, shall ye bring celebrities on board next year. i he wants you to believe feel have suggestions for songs, he could nothing. people watching this on bbc safe. go for the rolling stones, or listening to this via bbc podcast woo! i know will think that "actually, oh, they are only sausage rolls, but the bbc is part of the problem". i like it. 0asis, may be, but there is these days — my if you want to go viral, goodness! sausage roll with it. kiss, timely you say "there oh, god! is a laughter. for christmas, conspiracy at the god gave sausage rolls to us. oh, bbc". yes. thank you, and we will speak whether or not there is one or not. to him later. we will why are people so keen to believe conspiracy bejoined by theories about journalists? ladbaby later. why is trust in oh, him later. we will bejoined by ladba by later. we will get him later. we will bejoined by ladbaby later. we will get that exclusive. thank you very much journalism so low? indeed. we have not distinguished we know that for many, ourselves the past 30 years. god! christmas can be a lonely time, the phone hacking thing was not good especially for the and the enquirer was not marvellous. i mean, there is a reason for people how was it? elderly. however, this year on merseyside, so cool! help is at hand — to be i could go again! in the form of dinner and drag. right now, fully sceptical. josh parry has been to find out more. let's go. about journalism. it is not much the same way is the pizza hut thing
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as the expenses scandal made us very over there? sceptical about politicians. pizza but i believe — and i wheel. have said this before — billy has been that being sceptical is not hosting lunches the same as being cynical. for lonely pensioners it does not mean you believe for two years. in nothing, but you assess value. there is really good usually, he serves around 30 people, but at christmas time, journalism going on. the number doubles. the alternative is literally sitting at home thinking "i wonder well, we‘re cooking for 60, what cooking enough 60. i best crack on and get us an apron. believe". so, billy, how long have you been doing this for? one of the ladies who comes in here, you have said in the past you do i think it was her 84th birthday, not talk or her 83rd birthday. about they asked would i do a little your surprise birthday party for her? voting because it was a good day. it was full of pensioners really. habits. 0bviously celebrating her birthday, as such. so that‘s when we said, look around the world. do you think we are in this sort well, we‘ll do a little of period of democratic recession thing for the pensioners here once a month. which is a correction that has been yeah. readjusted but in order to survive, or do you have to think we are entering a darker, post—democratic age? no, i don't believe that, but that so, be careful on that butter... i‘m absolutely rubbish at this, i am on the whole quite optimistic. by the way, can you tell? i mean, we are in the middle i know, but it‘s all right. of a cult of the strongman and a lot look at the of leadership around the world is very autocratic. state of it!
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and populist movements have, we‘lljust have to go and get i think, done democracy no favours. another 5lb of butter! as i say, we used and forgetting the normal checks to do it once a month. and balances and the structures and sort of boring sets of standards and after speaking to one and values that allow of the ladies who comes in and, democracy to good morning, welcome to breakfast withjon kay as i said before, she hadn‘t seen and tina daheley. anyone for 11 days. so, itjust broke our heart. function. 0ur headlines 11 days? none of that 11 today: is very encouraging. the man who confronted days. the london bridge attacker but essentially, i with a narwhal tusk speaks publicly but no—one had knocked on her door, for the first time. darryn frost tells of his "deep no—one had come to check on her. think most periods — and one hurt" at not being able it‘s very, very sad. to save the victims. the fact that they have to sit, of the good things they have to sit there a "catastrophic fire on their own, you know. warning" is issued in parts about getting older — and as i said, all you have to look think "this is a terrible time" of eastern australia — forward to is what‘s including sydney — and "british amid record—breaking temperatures on telly to talk to. and there‘s only so much and months of severe drought. pointless you can watch. politics a recent age uk survey found that ever been so prince philip spends the night a quarter of older people are not in hospital in london, divisive?" to be treated for a looking forward to christmas because they‘re lonely. and i think "poll tax, riots, pre—existing condition. but billy is hoping to change this. the miners' strike" — that was not a cohesive period. but these people, it's one of the few trophies and you know, i was quite naive, it‘s either eat and my mother—in—law said to me missing from their cabinet, as liverpool take on brazilian side "i have never been so worried flamengo in the final or heat, or as i am now about the world". of the club eat, isn‘t it and i said "you were a teenager in 1939". world cup, bidding really? and she said "so i was". so we try to let them to win it i do think that you have to keep be themselves for the first in here and we‘ll give a certain amount of perspective. time. them some
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conscious as i say is that behind we have got some dense patches of you, there are endless letters. fog across northern ireland this in terms of threats you have had morning and more than 100 karen, there is a cat here this year, legal and otherwise — flood with no warnings across england. sunshine pulse! as well you have had many legal and showers today, threats over the year — as cooking lunch, how does this year rank in terms more persistent rain later on. all the details in he also provides the entertainment as of the threats to ruin you and his alter the next half ego. i your family? an hour. can blend it's saturday the 21st of december. our top story. interesting, because i think that the man who fought off it and something about brexit, the london bridge attacker people must be a with a narwhal tusk has given make it into a bit more depressed. a dramatic account of how little pate. it is we have had quite a lot he was able to stop notjust coming in for of very rich people suing. the knifeman what sort of and pin him to a three nil. stuff? the ground. i think it mostly russian or two people died in the attack last month. isjust meeting people. thereabouts. about money and in london, civil servant darryn frost has getting people out to meet one described how usman khan was running where it is going to, another, and we have a good time. and we've had quite towards people with knives raised above his head, and wearing you can see that everyone is happy what looked like a suicide vest. a lot of that. this report from and all talking to is there ever any danger that these one another. they rich preston. are always asking how you are. cases are going to end up this is the dramatic moment bankrupting you and private eye? passers—by attempted to stop people say have you come in your convicted terrorist usman own? i say i have come in my i have a khan. own, wooden table. his attack had begun but i am not i we will see. at fishmongers' hall, where he had just killed am now. it is the we survive on the two people. company and everyone favour of our readers. it was there darryn frost, a civil servant, took on khan, is so friendly. they pay up and that is with others attending
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where our money comes from. a prisoner rehabilitation event. a lot of people around christmas and, you know, most of our stories describing for the first time time are quite lonely, aren't they? are about unexplained wealth. what happened, mr frost told what difference does something like this make? the press association that he took you know where ours is a big from and we don't know a narwhal task to defend himself where theirs is from. so that's the difference. after hearing a commotion difference. for thank you very much indeed. from the floor below. billy, that means bringing people together this christmas, one track he described the moment khan ran at him with knives show at a raised above his time. —— one head. he went on to recall chasing drag show. khan onto london bridge, where a group wrestled him to the ground, stopping him attacking anyone else, good morning, welcome or set off what they thought to breakfast withjon kay and tina daheley. 0ur headlines was a suicide vest. today: the man who confronted talking about jack merritt the london bridge attacker and saskia jones, who were both with a narwhal tusk speaks publicly killed by khan, mr frost said for the first time. he will always feel the deep hurt darryn frost tells of his "deep hurt" at not being able of not being able to save them. to save the he said he hoped speaking out would urge people to unite victims. a "catastrophic fire warning" is issued in parts against terrorism and raise of eastern australia — including sydney — money amid record—breaking temperatures for the victims' and months of severe drought. families. prince philip spends the night in hospital in london, a catastrophic fire warning to be treated for a pre—existing condition. is in place for parts of eastern australia, it‘s one of the few trophies missing including sydney, with strong winds from their cabinet...(tx expected and temperatures set to hit as liverpool take on brazilian side flamengo in the final
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the mid—405 celsius. of the club world cup people living in the path of one bushfire have been told bidding to win it for the first it's too hello, this is breakfast, late to time. withjon kay and tina daheley. good morning. leave. earlier, our sydney correspondent, here is a summary of today's main shaimaa khalil, told us what life good morning, we have got some stories from bbc news: is like in the the man who fought off the london bridge attacker dense patches of fog over northern ireland with a narwhal tusk has given town of mittagong, this morning and over 100 which is two hours a dramatic account of how he was able to stop the knifeman flood warnings across england. sunshine from sydney. and pin him to the ground. it's really ha rd and showers, and more persistent civil servant darryn frost has it's really hard to breathe. it is a rain and in the forecast later on. described how usman khan was running combination of the smog all the details coming up in the towards people with knives raised above his head and wearing carried by next half hour. what looked like a suicide the wind, the sweltering heat all vest when he carried out his attack last month. throughout the day that it‘s saturday the 21st of december. our top story. two people were killed makes this the man who fought off after being stabbed by khan, really difficult. the catastrophic the london bridge attacker a warnings are still in place, and with a narwhal tusk has given just a few moments before i came in a dramatic account of how convicted and to speak to you, they he was able to stop the knifeman terrorist. were a few firefighters and their tracks. they and pin him to the ground. just got a quick call and they were two people died in the a catastrophic fire warning off with as i went into the attack last month. is in place for parts of eastern civil servant darryn frost has australia, as bushfires highway, continue to rage. and itjust described how usman khan was running in sydney, strong winds off with as i went into the highway, and it just shows off with as i went into the highway, and itjust shows you how towards people with knives raised are expected, while temperatures unpredictable and dangerous the are set to hit the mid—40s celsius. situation is here. they worried above his head, and wearing about a number of factors, but the what looked like a suicide vest. people living in the path of one this report from fire have been told it is too one thing they are worried about late to leave. is rich preston. the wind because of this is the dramatic moment the duke of edinburgh has spent the catastrophic passers—by attempted to stop the night in hospital in london fires, because of the fire is burning out an emergency level with convicted terrorist usman after being admitted for treatment for a pre—existing condition. the smoke billowing. they are really khan.
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prince philip, who is 98, his attack had begun travelled there yesterday worried about the wind direction and at fishmongers‘ hall, from the sandringham estate in norfolk. where he had just killed buckingham palace officials said where it is going to bring at the the admission was a precautionary end theirs. they are worried about two people. measure, and he it was there darryn frost, this area where i am. a civil servant, took on khan, is expected to it has been with others attending the challenge, the fact that the stay a prisoner rehabilitation event. there for wind and its behaviour has describing for the first time a few what happened, mr frost told been s0 unpredictable throughout, and the the press association that he took days. heat. it is impossible to know when the family of harry dunn say a narwhal task to defend himself it is a huge step that charges have the next fire is going to be, how after hearing a commotion been brought against an american ha rd the next fire is going to be, how hard it is going to hit and how big woman accused of causing his death from the floor below. it is going to be as well, and that he described the moment khan by dangerous driving. anne sacoolas travelled back is why it is such a challenge for ran at him with knives to the us after the collision, them to chase it. they have claiming diplomatic immunity. her lawyer insists it was a tragic raised above accident, and says that she won't be been going house by house, the village by his head. co—operating with village and some areas, and as he went on to recall chasing any you khan onto london bridge, extradition request. mentioned, in some of those places where a group wrestled him it has happened too quickly to to the ground, stopping him evacuate people. they have just been attacking anyone else, from next month, around 2,000 or set off what they thought children with severe epilepsy told to shelter where they was a suicide vest. will become eligible talking about jack merritt for a cannabis—based treatment are. it on the nhs in england. is also made very difficult by the and saskia jones, who were both killed by khan, mr frost the charity epilepsy action said it fa ct is also made very difficult by the fact that some of these fires could be life—changing, said he will always feel the deep as our now merge into mega blazes, and some of hurt of not being able to save health editor them have been really close them. to he said he hoped speaking out hugh pym sydney, which is —— has would urge people to unite worried so against terrorism and many people and the authorities. reports. raise money so much that, in such a vast children with two types for the area, it is about controlling where the victims‘ families.
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of severe epilepsy will be eligible for the fires, where they can, focusing a catastrophic fire warning is in place for parts cannabis based medicine. they can their force suffer with multiple seizures each fires, where they can, focusing theirforce on the fires, where they can, focusing their force on the most densely of eastern australia, day. the drug has been populated area. when you speak to including sydney, with strong winds expected and temperatures set to hit firefighters, and i have been the mid—405 celsius. shown by clinical trials to reduce the speaking to a number of them, people living in you say, what do you want to? what is number of seizures by 40% in the path of it some children that you need? and they if used in combination one bushfire have been told look at me with another and smile and say, rain. as long it‘s too late to leave. medicine. it will be available earlier our sydney correspondent, shaimaa khalil, told us what life as we don't have rain, this is going on prescription on the nhs in england is like in the town of mittagong, to keep on happening again and from six january and is already which is two hours from sydney. again. accessible to patients in wales. the firefighter services are going epidyolex is still being appraised it‘s really, really by regulators in scotland. the to be stretched until that happens, and it is important to remember we medicine contains the cannabis just at the beginning of hard to breathe. compound cdb, but a hot season. it is a combination not the compound of the smoke carried by the duke of edinburgh has spent the wind, the sweltering heat all thc. 0nly the night in hospital in london, after being admitted throughout the day that makes this patients with for treatment for a pre—existing really difficult. the catastrophic warnings both condition. are still in place, and prince philip — who's 98 — just a few moments before constituents will help patients travelled there yesterday i came to speak to you, from the sandringham with estate in norfolk. there were a few firefighters epilepsy. after lots of campaigning, and their trucks. 0ur reporter simonjones theyjust got the law was changed in 2018 is outside so that a quick specialist doctors could write a the king edward prescription for call and vi! hospital. medicines what can you tell us about what they were containing the cbd and the thc. even happened overnight? have you had an though they are unlicensed, they have the right to put those update of any off with their sirens prescriptions out. but shockingly, kind? there has to our into the highway, and it
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been no update from buckingham palace just shows you how knowledge, since unpredictable and dangerous overnight, but i think that is to be the situation is here. they are worried about a number the law expected, because the prince is a of factors, but the one thing they are worried about is changed, not a very private person since he the wind because of the catastrophic single prescription retired from private —— from public fires, because of the fires burning at an emergency level with has been issued on the life, and we're not expecting to the smoke billowing. nhs for the they are really worried medicines that contain both the be given about the wind direction and and we're not expecting to be given a running commentary on what treatment he is expecting. what we where it is going to cbd and the thc. charlie hughes used bring those embers. do know is he arrived they are worried about to this area where i am. have up to 120 seizures a day. at the it has been the challenge, hospital yesterday morning. the the fact that the but, since he has been treated with palace are refusing to confirm or wind and its behaviour has been deny reports that he was actually so unpredictable throughout, and the cannabis oil, that number is down to heat. single figures. the family, though, flown to london by helicopter. it is impossible to know when the next fire is going to be, has to spend more than £1300 a after that, he driven to hospital, but we how hard it is going to hit and how big month to get the treatment through a are told he was able to it is going to be as well, and that private prescription. the latest announcement won't help them. walk into is why it is such a challenge if you think that reversing into a tight spot can be a tricky job, then take a look at these pictures of two cruise ships in port in mexico. hospital of his own accord. as he the carnival glory, was making the journey here from for them to chase it. seen here on the right, they have been going house was manoeuvring to dock when it sandringham, the queen was heading struck the carnival legend, by house, village by which was already moored in the opposite direction. she was in the mexican resort of cozumel. village in some areas, catching a train yesterday six guests suffered minor injuries, as you mentioned, in some of those but the operator says both vessels morning places it has happened too quickly are from london, heading towards to evacuate people. norfolk, to the sandringham estate, they have just been told to shelter where they are. where she spends christmas still it is also made very usually difficult by the with vince philip. i think we can fact that some of these read something into that, fires have now merged seaworthy. into mega blazes, and some of because them have been really close although there is concern about to sydney, which has worried so that is pretty terrifying, imagine prince philip, there isn't really many people and the being at either end of either of any sense of panic at
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authorities. so much so that, in those. it looks like there the palace. no great shock about what is such a vast area, it is a bit of damage at the happening. is about controlling the fires, we are told he's been treated for back, doesn't it? where they can, focusing a pre—existing condition, but we their force on the most the stern, i am told, haven't been given any further densely populated area. details. what we do know is when you speak to firefighters, not the back. and i have been the stern, i am told, not the back. that speaking to a number of them, the technical last year, he had an operation you say, what do you want? term. for a hip replacement. some six years what is it that you need? the stern, i am told, not the back. the technicalterm. let's the stern, i am told, not the back. the technical term. let's get the before that, he had an and they look at me sport. holly is here. and operation on and smile and say, rain. liverpool are on a collision course his abdomen did as long as we don‘t have themselves. the final of the to lees abdomen. rain, this is going to club world cup. they keep on happening again you can see behind me christmas and again. want it, and decorations on the door at the hospital. i think the key question the firefighter services are going understandably. liverpool fielded people will be asking is whether to be stretched until that happens, that very young team prince philip will be well enough to and it is important in the leave hospital to celebrate to remember we are just quarterfinal, and this is why, they at the beginning of a hot christmas with the queen at are busy season. sandringham. thank you. in doha, from early next month, children in qatar, with severe epilepsy will be trying eligible for a cannabis based to win the treatment on the nhs in england. it is six minutes past silverware forjurgen the charity epilepsy action said it could be life—changing klopp. you would for some patients. nine. the duke of edinburgh has spent it's thought that two thousand the night in hospital think liverpool are patients could benefit each year. in london, after being admitted on course to win for treatment for a pre—existing how about a quick condition. prince philip — who‘s 98 — the premier league travelled there yesterday game of secret santa? from the sandringham this season, and the club world estate in norfolk. who's this dressing 0ur reporter simonjones is outside cup, the king edward vi! hospital.
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this season, and the club world cup, this would be huge in the history of up what can you tell us as father christmas? about what happened overnight? the club. it is something jurgen we know that he has gone to klopp is very serious about. the champions of europe will play the champions of south america, hospital on the advice of his doctor, flamengo, and liverpool are taking it very seriously. as a so in precautionary measure, but ho ho ho! soina so in a moment, you, yes, we will be he is 98. pa rt i'll give you a clue. that‘s right, obviously a concern so in a moment, you, yes, we will be part of it. i spoke to the they were delivering a recorded message for for his health, given his age, but players, and for the first moment it was the scotty 5 little soldiers charity, set up no real sense of alarm. we haven‘t a to support children that have yes, we want to go, we lost a parent who served had an update in the british armed forces. want to play, and we want to win. because have you worked out who overnight from the a player, you don't have a lot it is yet? palace overnight, but i think let's take that is to be expected, opportunities in life to win this palace ted, because competition, so let's give it a a look. the prince is proper try. arsenal ended weeks of speculation by naming former captain mikel arteta as their new head coach yesterday. and, speaking at his first press a have a fantastic christmas and happy very private person since conference, he was clear on the path new year! of he retired from public life, he wanted and we‘re not expecting to be given course! you should a running commentary on what to take. treatment he is expecting. know, you have met him! he what we do know is he arrived we have to try to engage everybody. looks different with a at the hospital yesterday morning. the palace are refusing to confirm or we have to try to engage everybody. beard on. it deny reports that he was actually we have to try to convince the players what i want to do, how is flown to london by helicopter. eight minutes past eight. thank you for joining after that, he was driven i wa nt to players what i want to do, how i eight minutes past eight. thank you forjoining us on breakfast this to hospital, but we want to do it. they have to start morning. for the past four months, are told he was able to walk accepting a different process, a into hospital of his own accord. different way of thinking. and i harry dunn's family have found themselves at the centre as he was making wa nt to different way of thinking. and i want to get all this stuff and of an international the journey here from dispute between lawyers, diplomats and politicians. sandringham, the queen was heading everybody at the club with the harry died in a road crash in the opposite direction. she was catching a train same mindset, you know? we have to in northamptonshire in august. yesterday morning from london, heading towards build norfolk, to the sandringham estate,
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a culture that has to sustain the yesterday it was confirmed that an american woman, anne sacoolas, where she spends christmas, rest. if we don't have the will be charged with death usually with prince philip. i think we can read right culture, there are difficult by dangerous driving. here's harry's moments, the tree is going to shake. something into that, because so myjob is to convince family, although there is everybody this is how we're going reacting to concern about prince to the news. philip, ijust want the degree of concern live. i just want to say a massive thank you to the shouldn‘t be and if you're going to be part overplayed. but we are not of this organisation, public, the media. being told exactly what he has been it has to be in, and in this way. we feel that we have treated arsenal play in today's early kick—off away to everton, taken a huge step for. who are also looking for a new manager. we are told he‘s been treated the name on the cards in the start of for a pre—existing condition, but we is carlo ancelotti, who has led achieving the haven‘t been given any further details. the likes of real madrid, promise to harry that what we do know is that last year, bayern munich and juventus. scottish premiership leaders celtic host aberdeen today. he had an operation for a rangers are just two points behind we made. that hip replacement. some six years before that, celtic after a 3—0 win over in itself, to us, as parents, to hibernian. make that promise he had an operation on his abdomen did to lees abdomen. but the match was overshadowed to him, we before that he had an operation to by trouble from the home fans. insert a stent, due to a blocked jermain defoe sealed the win thought we would see justice and it artery. with rangers' third goal. you can see behind me christmas but things turned ugly when hibs' decorations on the door ryan porteous was sent off was would be easy. we have no idea it at the for a reckless challenge was going to be this hard or take hospital. on borna barisic. i think the key question people objects including a glass bottle will be asking is whether this long, but we really do feel it were thrown at barisic as he lay prince philip will be well enough on the ground, and a melee isa this long, but we really do feel it is a huge step towards that promise to leave hospital to celebrate for christmas with the queen in the dugouts led to hibs assistant at sandringham. managerjohn potter and rangers thank you. coach tom culshaw being sent the family of harry dunn say it‘s a "huge step" that charges have to the stands. harry. hibs will face more pressure to curb been brought against an american the behaviour of their fans. woman accused of causing his death
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by dangerous driving. macclesfield town are likely anne sacoolas travelled back to face more punishment at the time of the collision, from the football league after their home game anne sacoolas' husband worked to the us after the collision, against plymouth had as an intelligence officer at an raf claiming diplomatic immunity. to be postponed. base in northamptonshire. her lawyer insists it was the local safety group weren't she left the uk and returned convinced that their ground was safe a tragic accident and say to the us, claiming diplomatic and served a zero—capacity notice, immunity, and her lawyer says meaning no fans can be admitted. she won't be returning. that she won‘t be co—operating macclesfield let's talk to the dunn family's with any extradition request. have lawyer, mark stephens. from early next month, children with severe epilepsy will be already thank you forjoining eligible for a cannabis—based been docked us. can we treatment on the nhs in just go through the procedure is, in six points. england. the charity epilepsy action said it terms of extradition? what is the could be life—changing for some patients. gloucester thrashed their local process now? what can we it‘s thought that rivals worcester 36—3 to move up expect to two thousand to third in rugby happen? now that a union's premiership. it took them a while to get going, patients could benefit charging decision but gloucester scored five late has been made by the crown each year. tries, including a how about a prosecution service, which means they have looked at the case, they double for louis rees—zammit. quick think there is a good, a game of secret and there were two tries better than santa? 50% chance of a successful we‘ve got someone a famous dressed for max deegan as leinster beat ulster 54—112 to maintain conviction, and that it is in the up we‘ve got someone a famous dressed up as father christmas. you have to public interest to prosecute, they guess who it is. their 100% will issue a start to the "ho ho ho! hi, guys! charge, she has i‘ll give you a pro14. to the darts at ally pally, clue. and peter wright went dressed been they were delivering a recorded message for as an elf, and he was nearly left notified that and an extradition the scotty 5 little soldiers charity, set up on the shelf at the pdc world warrant will be passed to support children that have lost a parent who served championship. through the embassy in washington, and then onto in the british armed forces. flamboyant wright, known as ‘snakebite,’ was on the verge to their foreign office and the it took me a little while to work of going out in the second round. department ofjustice. this out, i but he avoided a nightmare before
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christmas, as he went on to win thereafter, will admit. surely, a justice will take its course. it took me a little while to work this out, iwill admit. surely, you have worked it out. here deciding—set the american courts will look we go. tie—break at that, have a fantastic christmas and the lady charged will be to beat extradited in due course. and a happy new year! noel malicdem her lawyer there we go. double issued a statement yesterday, beading. the 3—2. only way to go, it will keep you saying she will not return to the that is a strong look. uk. the warm. “— he always us officials have said that only way to go, it will keep you warm. —— double beading. maintainsa that is a strong look. he always maintains a strong look, but i quite it‘s been quite a few weeks enjoy the festivities here. i also this is for sir lindsay hoyle, not a helpful development, so how like the fact that his opponent the mp for chorley. confident are you that anne sacoolas firstly, he was elected speaker is called noel, just to keep up with will return to the united kingdom to of the house of commons, next came the general election, the theme. you know it is christmas face these charges? and now he‘s revealed that he‘s recently been when the darts start.|j i think this diagnosed with diabetes — most probably type 0ne. the theme. you know it is christmas actually indicates the paucity of when the darts start. i might feel a but he says as difficult as similar look for tomorrow. i don't the legal position in which she it‘s been to accept the news, think i can up the anti—on the finds herself. 0n the one hand, it it won‘t get in the way of him christmas look any further. what do is not helpful because they know full well that she will doing the job he loves. you reckon? i think if you saw we can talk to him now. him return. and mr speaker, under your tree you would worry of course, she is starting about, wouldn't you ? under your tree you would worry about, wouldn't you? you would to put forward a false narrative through good morning. rather have the bit of coal than her lawyer, which is that she is thank you very much forjoining him under your tree. us. it has been likely to go to jail for 14 years, good morning. talking andi likely to go to jail for 14 years, and i think most people in this there about a great week for darts, hasn't country will realise that what he two weeks it has been. how that is are you doing? it has it?|j arrant country will realise that that is arra nt nonsense. people under your tree. it has been a great week for darts, hasn't it? i think this week people have been getting country will realise that that is arrant nonsense. people do not go to been a bit of jailfor arrant nonsense. people do not go to are you doing? it has been a bit of
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behind it. everyone jail for 14 arrant nonsense. people do not go to a roller—coaster. heading into the jailfor 14 years for arrant nonsense. people do not go to jail for 14 years for driving offences, even death by is watching the election, my wife was very woman of the moment, dangerous driving. it is certainly contrary to concerned. i was losing a pound so i will be all the guidance that have been a day, it may be £2 a watching and am excited to see what given by the court of appeal she will do next. imagine if she in this day, and she country on sentencing, so i think said to me, you‘re not went on to advance to the third they are trying to play at well. i said round, how excited we would be then. we will worry about that after the the heartstrings, rather than deal with election, i have got an action as an elf. i would be the hard facts. and the hard to even more facts in this case are that there is now fight. i excited. some people dressed as elves going back from christmas a charging decision, they will have to election, i have got an action to fight. i went in that day, next day parties, every station seems to be they brought me back and said they deal with the extradition, and that wa nted full of elves. if you will be dealt with they brought me back and said they wanted one more test, and i was are up this by the american straight into a&e. they said morning, maybe you are heading home justice system. they are you are independent, they have to follow the off to richter scale, these and going to see family for rule of law, just like the british ketones christmas, but it is not necessarily are not where they that straightforward, is it? justice system has to follow the quickerjourneys, more should be. things trains, and new routes — rule of law, and therefore, that was the promise railfirms made are not where they should be. things are bad, things are serious. i said when a new timetable if the rules are applied properly, in i can‘t stay, i‘ve got to was introduced last weekend. but the changes have led those go and fight this election. in fairness, to delays and cancellations circumstances, she will, sooner or for thousands of commuters. everybody worked really hard, the passengers' watchdog, later, returned to the united transport focus, has described some kingdom to face a judge and jury said of the disruption as unacceptable. you are going to have to david sidebottom in this country for the charges change everything, which i did. i have from which have been laid. you say sooner or had to start taking insulin, getting transport focus later. what kind of timescale would used to injections, which is a shock joins us you expect? it is for me because it is not so had now. very difficult to to good morning, thank put a timeframe on it because this do. i then realised you for coming. is obviously become a highly is other people
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live with it, in fairness, politicised case. i think we can you didn't come by train, did you? the former prime minister, to may, no, not this morning. so expect, as we saw from had a we have the us state great conversation with me, been talking about northern department, politicians had their reassured me and said don‘t let it stations, but across the country spin doctors out, putting statements get in the way. that is what i‘m there have been problems. yes, new timetable and this should be a out about this yesterday, so there doing. when i looked round and speak may be a time. to people, it is amazing how many good news story. but ultimately, i others have suffered. i have more trains, think the family and i have kept a job to do. yes, i have a medical faith in the fact that the faster problem, but that doesn‘t get in services, the american legal system is independent and my robust, just like the british legal way. are you feeling ok timetable. largely in yourself? system, and as a consequence, they i have felt well all the way speaking it are going to have to play by through, that was the rules and the rules are that the real problem. has gone she must come and face i cannot thank the md staff at in 0k, justice. it is chorley hospital enough. that is why absolutely incredible, frankly, that iam campaigning somebody hasn't killed somebody on chorley hospital enough. that is why i am campaigning for a 24—hour a&e, services, the timetable. largely speaking it has gone in ok, but it is the impact in some parts, the road, has admitted to because when you need them, they especially the north of england. it, and have got the best staff in the world transpennine especially especially the north of england. tra nspennine especially has especially the north of england. transpennine especially has let lots then flees the country almost of people down. this seems to happen to give you great support. as a a lot, whenever there is a change fugitive from justice, without we need to give you great support. we need to get through the general election, in the timetable we hear about severe standing to account. i think most i had to come back to parliament and delays. why does that happen?- people find that sort of be re—elected as speaker. months ago on the north of behaviour pretty abhorrent, and it is it has england been a really busy period, but i in large parts of the southeast it important that she comes back. she have felt well all the way through was a shocker, it lasted too long, is entitled to the full it. that is the strange part real impacts. why it happens is protections of the law, due process. she of it,
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too is entitled to that, the presumption of and thankfully, i‘m not losing any many late last minute changes. this more weight. it was almost timetable was planned months and innocence, all of those things, and months in advance and was going i think the family want to see her three stone i have lost in the space of swimmingly well for a long time. the get a i think the family want to see her getafair i think the family want to see her two or three months. new trains transpennine as being in get a fair trial and a fair process, and they will abide by the i have got to we re new trains transpennine as being in were delivered late. the drivers have not been trained, i am not outcome realise i have got to eat meals at of the british court and going to make excuses for them, but the right time, do the right the british thatis jury. you mention the family. we things, but in the end, i am working with going to make excuses for them, but that is the reason. we need changes to get those trends in place, the saw a clip of harry's munn just mm it. iam but in the end, i am working with it. i am working well with it. i am drivers trained up and a stable to go. how are they dealing with this service for passengers. transpennine feeling really well, and i havejust say they are sorry for that latest development and the fact got to say to people i wanted to disruption, and they are working on that there is no timescale and the fact share my story. this it. we have seen it in some it is still not clear what is going doesn‘t end parts of to happen? it is very difficult for peoples lives, you have got to get the country, especially in the south—east, more rainfall in a day the family, on with it. the one thing is, i have than we would get in a month. because their realised how many people do south of has that added to the problems? yes, and grieving the type one diabetes. so much so, process has been put on for passengers it is the fact that that he has a comment is going to hold. as a delays become one big blur, whether first point, i think people will start screening staff as well because people have to be aware and it is driver shortages, bad weather understand that it is a human need to be able to understand what has got to promote it. that is why or cancellation due to performance issues. passengers have long happened and to be able to go i wa nted got to promote it. that is why i wanted to speak out because i want memories and they remember 18 months through this process before you to give people ago and they remember last week begin the formal grieving process. there was power disruption in london that confidence. victoria. it has been a really bad asa begin the formal grieving process. as a consequence begin the formal grieving process. particularly when it relates to men, week for the railway and this should as a consequence of this battle, we hear time particularly when it relates to men, we heartime and particularly when it relates to men, we hear time and time again that bea this covenant that they blokes are just rubbish at going to week for the railway and this should be a great news story about new trains. passengers have been paying made with the doctor, when they know something harry's memory to actually see for these improvements for many is wrong. you thank the medical yea rs for these improvements for many years now. i mean if, you know, this anne sacoolas give an account of staff, but i bet you are thanking a
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is due to trains being delivered herself wife as well for booking you in before a court, it has actually getting this sorted?” late, which isn't necessarily transpennine's fault, why have you moved them forward. they weren't wife as well for booking you in decided to single them out and write getting this sorted? i didn't think at the time, i have got going to celebrate christmas. i to them? think they are going to do it to be honest. —— thanked neither a muted way now. they feel because they her. there was they can actually buy a made a assurances long before this christmas tree, but the family are pretty slight slur in my words, my eyes timetable was introduced that they devastated by this. and we must went quite where they should would get the transient, they would have the drivers trained up, and remember that harry has a be. she they actually took some of the new twin knew there was something wrong, she brother, who is deeply affected by the outcome of this, and he knew there was something wrong, she knew it was quite strange. but at services out at the time to the time, i didn‘t thank her. i give it a bit more stability and robustness. has found it very difficult, as well as do now. in fairness, she has given me that hasn't happened, and the week the parents, as you saw in those real support because it is still got worse for passengers in images earlier. transpennine. we are hoping they difficult injecting... it is not the mark, representing will focus on the plan, get it easiest thing in the world. i have delivered, and when it is in and the family of harry dunn. thank you got to do it, so i get on working, compensate passengers who very much forjoining have been badly let down. given that with it. i do thank my wife, but i do us. anne it is christmas, lots of passengers sacoolas's lawyer and the united thank the hospital as well. and the travelling around, given that the states issued a statement saying weather is always dodgy, is this the that she is co—operating fully with gps, they right time to be making changes to the investigation, accepts that this have been really supportive. i will the timetable? was an accident, and be back there on christmas eve to go see the diabetic nurse, they want to that's a wants to continue dialogue with the uk run through things again. but it is authorities to prevent accidents like this happening again in the support of others. i cannot good question, and in january the thank the former prime minister the timetable? that's a good question, and injanuary the fares future. let's find out theresa may of the conversation we go up. it is a real quadruple what is mammy for passengers. things are happening happening with the had. she has inspired me to deal weather for the best of the weekend. and fares are going up as well. with things. she said any time i
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need to speak to i think this will be part of her i must please pictures like this across a the review process. we will wait and see do so. my staff in the house of large what the government wants to do swathes of england. in places, we commons, my staff in the office at about the future of britain's have had a month's rain injust a chorley are all very concerned. i railway, hopefully the review will be announced in the new year and few days. the flood have got lots of mother hens get warnings are around. what i can say is, yes, i can the structure stabilised, but continuing to rise. two in wales, passengers just want a value for live money service. you mentioned the with it and yes, williams review. what is that? the but in in excess of 100 i can work with government commissioned a review of across england. there is more rain the future it. you have got to live with it, and to come. in places that don't need you‘ve also got a parrot. it almost structure of it, pulling on already saturated ground. looks like a parrot on your this is the big picture. spells britain's shoulder. you‘ve got to tell everyone, because this parrot has a railway, will it be more of rain making its way centralised, what are we going to do very political nature and name, north eastwards about rail franchises which don't doesn‘t it? very political nature and name, doesn't it? it is this morning. this to deal seem about rail franchises which don't seem to be making sense for called boris, and passengers, train companies and with over government at the moment? we will this morning. this to deal with over this evening and it is surprising. thankfully, see what comes out of that. into night. 0ther he is quite quiet at the moment, and do you hope that now that the central and southern england, this but is where the rain has been falling normally, it is, order, order! election over the past few hours. this is over and done with and you have got to watch what boris gets up you have a band is going to to. he wanted to be government with a majority, does that allow some kind of stability part of the shot love give us... and progress in a way that may today. he doesn‘t like missing it is be hasn't been possible? yes, and there political opportunity. he does moving northwards and eastwards, and repeat itself quite a lot though. we is huge investment coming into the as it does, for many, railway. this is about improving the are waiting for him to start saying, track, the train, and a better sunny spells with a few showers. quite a lock the door! that is the next experience for passengers. it needs more stability on the day but grey day in northern ireland, some dense one. he is part of this political
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patches of fog this long—term stability for the railway. household. boris looks like morning, which and for the customer, what are they will be slow to left. more rain is limbering up to say something. can entitled to if their train is arriving in south—east you get in delayed or cancelled ? entitled to if their train is delayed or cancelled? well, with transpennine if your train is england. to say, order, delayed by 15 or 30 minutes you can generally 10 celsius for the north orderfor claim some money back from your of the uk, and 8 degrees us? he doesn't ticket costs. what we are looking further south. for central and take instruction for is something above and beyond well, does boris, that to recognise what has been southern england, wales, through to the as you well really poor performance. tra nspennine express has apologised for the disruption, and say they are working hard to fix the problem. northern rail say congestion has affected punctuality, and that they would like to increase the number of services to meet midlands and east anglia, rain falling on saturated ground, we have know. you never know, he might demand. a met office weather warning in suddenly start... but the problem is, the we've had place for this. the rain will start moment you want him to, he takes lots of to ease as the night wears everything in and we‘ll be watching weather stories, on, variable cloud with some this, and will probably repeat south east england, some places have clear something later. so you know, spells, one or two showers, but also seen south east england, some places have seen almost one month's rain in a he is some mist and fog pa rt something later. so you know, he is few days and not surprisingly, the part of that political dynasty of flood warnings keep on rising, returning. far animals that we north of scotland... but in have around. it excess of 100 now across england, elsewhere, we should stay above freezing. as and there is more rain to come later is interesting, maggie walk through a on this afternoon. still some rain going to sunday, this area of cloud before, they taught that is named and rain was clear from the eastern after a former prime around this morning because we have seen some around this morning because we have seen some heavy showers merging to minister. why coast, and there will be sent spells she‘s called maggie is because she give a longer spell of rain, of sunshine after that. has got a hard shell and she this feature here tracking its way still some certainly isn‘t for turning. that northwards and eastwards, and it is showers for many others, gets people talking, when it taught drier with some spells of sunshine particularly north of england. a us well walk—through. for arranging for more ryan —— ran fair breeze blowing down the arrives through this afternoon western have you had coast as well. temperatures on a par and with today, so six this evening and this is where the your injection? make sure you
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rain has been falling in the last celsius minimum, have been checked. have you taken your few hours with some showers across 11 maximum. scattered bloods today? that will be boris‘s the north—western scotland, this of showers on band is merging with a longer spell next line. if my wife monday, and also on of rain across england and wales and says on a christmas eve, thunder and lightning and hail regular basis, the parrot will embedded in it. tracking its way particularly further west. 0n christmas day, we see a ridge of repeat it. somebody said to me, north and eastwards over the next few hours' drive for a time behind high pressure building, so for many i can‘t believe your parrot! i it with a scattering of showers and on christmas day, it should be think dense patches of fog across northern it is much better when you say mainly dry, they will be sent spells ireland this morning quite slow to it. there we are. boris is lift so a fairly great day here and of sunshine, but waiting in the across scotland and northern england wings is more unsettled weather, famous. take it very much forjoining us, sir it isa across scotland and northern england it is a day of sunny spells and a probably on boxing day and into the scattering showers before the more end of the week. showers lindsay hoyle. people persistent rain arrives into south—west england later on this will at first, appreciate you standing up for them, drive for a time on christmas afternoon. temperatures typically 6— and a lot of people who have yet to day, some fog and frost, turning wet nine celsius in the north of the uk be diagnosed will be listening to again later. there were your words and taking it in. thank and 8— 11 celsius further south. little, if your words and taking it in. thank for any snow, in this you to you and to much of scotland, northern ireland northern england overnight variable boris. get to your week's forecast. i cloud and a scattering of showers am dreaming of a wet gp. if he says law order but it is further south we see more christmas. no, order right persistent rain and actually across don't! it will after this, we south—west england tracking its way north and east was across parts be dry on will be serious. christmas of wales with the midlands into east day. no, anglia and the rain falling already not a performing parrot, not on saturated ground. we have some early rq. 0h not a performing parrot, not warnings from the met office for the nearly 10,000 emergency workers have on rq. rain of course, those flood warnings been deployed to tackle oh well. it is the bushfires in south—eastern as well. it should be above australia, where the authorities say 18 minutes past nine. freezing for most of us overnight away from the conditions are "catastrophic". shall we find out what has been the far north of scotland could see residents in the path of one huge happening with the weather?
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a touch of frosty and slightly blaze have been told quieter day tomorrow with some hard and radically from eastern coast it's too late to leave, first and then behind it a drier day and they should find shelter parts of england and wales with some spells of sunshine and in a solid structure. still and showers in the forecast it all sounds have had for tomorrow, declare across western utterly terrifying. almost a month‘s worth of let's talk to ben rain over the past few hours. the ground areas of the uk, some tracking their shepherd, from is way further eastwards but actually a new south wales rural really saturated. because of all drier day i think across the fire service. this, and there is more rain to midlands, east anglia and south east england compared to recently. thank you forjoining us come, the flood warnings as we this morning. my first question is how continued go into christmas week, monday is to rise. two in wales, but in are you? you another day of sunshine and showers, excess of 100 flood warnings in england. if must be exhausted. the showers most frequent in the you want to find details your area, west, quite a blustery day as well yeah, we have still got this event as the winds start to pick up. all the details are on our website. unfolding. what we have seen across for the course of today is a very strong some heavy showers this morning, christmas eve yes, some showers around but many will have a drier some hail, thunder and lightning, and hot wins in some day and then as we all down to this parts, just go into christmas west of sydney. it reached here. some drier day, we see this ridge of temperatures of up to 46 conditions at the minute, but look high pressure developing so actually, most of us on christmas day, it or 47 what waiting in the wings. another degrees. what we currently know it should be dry, area of low pressure and rain to isa degrees. what we currently know it is a very strong and vigorous change winds, temperatures come across parts of southern generally in the high single meeting room. behind the that, we england and wales this evening, and figures, maybe ten or 11 further are seeing temperatures drop south so christmas week we're going overnight. we have had a lot of rain to sum it up like this, showers to quite rapidly, but unfortunately, the overnight. we have had a lot of rain over the last few hours in england winds are pushing the start, dry for a time, just in time and wales. they are starting to fires in other for christmas day, that out the west clear north we will see more frontal directions, so we asked seeing eastwards now. systems use working across we will see it wet of property loss, and unfortunately essentially, sunny spells and a again as we go probably through the
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now news of people unaccounted for. scattering of showers, but the fog latter half of boxing day and this is going to go on for a number is still likely to linger beyond. if you are looking for any snow in this forecast, maybe of hours, well into this across northern ireland. grey here, but evening. later on, we will see this rain something over the very high ground this is going to go on for a number of hours, well into this eveningm is an awful situation. a pushing back up into of scotla nd something over the very high ground of scotland from showers but catastrophic warning bad as bad as essentially i think the only christmas gift i can give you it can get. have you ever south—east england and south wales, the wind weatherwise is drier for a trimaran experienced anything like this christmas day. i was before in your career? strengthening as well. going to say what we have temperatures eight to 11 degrees delete everything else and seen before in your career? what we have seen already this season is a concentrate on that one line. drier catastrophic fire weather warning go further south, for a time. alina thank out for sydney, but we didn't have six to 8 degrees you indeed. the fire activity, thank further north. i will take that. underline it. pushing in this evening and now on goodness. what we are then building overnight, falling on saturated ground. we have a weather breakfast towards this day, we are in warning it's time for the a period of for click. met 0ffice,. extreme drought that some elsewhere, are you well? that was great. trying areas, variable cloud. if haven't seen rain in the to give spencer direction. last 12 you spells of we need months. today, we have that showers across northern ireland and to give spencer direction. we need to stagger through which is about combination of hot, dry and windy three hours behind schedule and conditions, and that has really scotland. probably a touch of frost hopefully it is all going to work driven that fire danger up into across northern ireland and out in the end and we will be go those catastrophic levels. we have scotland. temperatures going up to live at five seen those catastrophic levels. we have seen the fire behaviour go with six or seven scotland. temperatures going up to six or seven across scotland. temperatures going up to six or seven across central england. o'clock. no pressure! it today, and unfortunately, we will be tomorrow morning, another day with fingers crossed. it counting losses tomorrow with homes, some sunny is to happen. and at this stage, no rain tomorrow morning, another day with some sunny spells. still just changing on the some forecast, so the fire is unlikely showers, into northern ireland bits. like to spread well past christmas. what is for a that? yeah. time. for many, a drier
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the most challenging part of your ijust want just changing bits. like that? yeah. i just want these to be job? what do you day, temperatures on par with in. just changing bits. like that? yeah. ijust want these to be in. it is need? apart from today, six quite nerve racking at this point rain, obviously, but you have all to 11 celsius. into christmas but i am excited. there is a the resources you need apart from bit of that? yeah, with fires week. monday and christmas eve, sunny a buzz on, isn't there? spells, some showers, particularly been working of such huge on this for weeks. are you guys magnitude, we can't have fire the further west you are. some sunshine as well. good trucks to go? i want to learn and see what and everybody‘s property. and we a north—westerly haven't got enough resources to all the new stuff is wind. as we go into that is going have helicopters above everyone, so christmas day, higher pressure begins to on. we rely heavily on the community to build. the make sure that their properties are christmas day, it is looking dry, with lighter winds and spells of well prepared. these are very sunshine for the day. it is mist trying times. we are up to and fog overnight, but actually west, day 105 of bushfires across new south wales, another weather system approaching. and the community is going to have later into the week, more to stay alert. it unsettled again. it is like the equivalent of is going to be again. it is like the equivalent of a chocolate selection box, with the a long and tiring fire season. it purple one arriving on could be with us for another two christmas day. or are you sure we should not be there three months, with the bureau indicating that we may not already? trust me, we will be fingers crossed it will be get substantial rain until february. dry on there on time. but dundee is 500 christmas day. 21 minutes past what is your advice for people miles away and the train will take hours nine. the government has announced it affected ? what is your advice for people affected? some what is your advice for people affected ? some people will let 30,000 people off and even a flight will take too long what is your advice for people affected? some people have been told it is too late to leave from paying part of a controversial and even a flight will take too long and there is no way. firstly, i had tax charge, that resulted and there is no way. firstly, i had their homes? from having a portion a word with a guy, he knows a guy what we do see is when these fires of their salary paid as a loan.
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and he said there is a shortcut escalate so quickly, the last thing many had been accused until we need to do is use this. you we wa nt of tax avoidance escalate so quickly, the last thing we want is people on the roads, so going back 20 years. what we have to tell them is radio 4‘s money box presenter need to get out more. we just to paul lewisjoins us to move press start. inside their structures. as the fire from our london goodness, spencer. than actually moves through, be newsroom. paul, how are inside that, because that is where you 0k? just, just the heat of the fire did this is. we can see scheme work? go with it. go temperatures reach 1000 degrees or more as the fires move through, and asjohn said, these people were with what? what's that? right. follow me. then once it has moved through, we paid, not to salary any normal 0k, will try to put out way with what? what's that? right. follow me. ok, of things, but through an offshore the fires. it this is weird. has been dangerous, it has been trust, and the money came come a back to on. are you difficult day, and we want the them not as a loan. as people to remain vigilant. we have the scheme‘s sure this is still got a number of hours tonight sponsors argue, that was therefore the most before we will see conditions ease, not taxable income. for many direct route? pretty sure, but this is having a big effect on years, it wasn‘t clear what the law yeah. can the city. we have had smoke for actually did say on we at least stop and ask for a directions? no need! i've got couple of weeks, and that is going that, and the to hang around for the next few a map! inland revenue try to say it it will be fine! 0ver days, until such time as we get directions? no need! i've got a map! was it will be fine! income. people were not to try a big clearing wind isn't. this mode paying the taxation they should have over here! 0h... will be hanging over the 0h. you had it paid. they were though paying hefty city for weeks to come. then, fees to the organisers. the problem upside down, didn't you? little bit, thank you for of recovering the tax from them. the joining us in incredibly government decided a couple of years yeah. 0k. difficult 0h. you had it upside down, didn't you? little bit, yeah. ok. this is more like circumstances for you. put it all ago to impose this loan charge. into perspective, doesn't it? not tax, any normal sense of the word. it. dundee! terrifying pictures, an awesomejob
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they are doing in such a loa n tax, any normal sense of the word. a loan equal to the tax they should we should have paid. they were going only difficult circumstances. bea you're watching breakfast back 20 more like it. dundee! we should only be a couple of blocks away from bbc news, it's — yea rs, to have paid. they were going back 20 time now for years, to 1999. that was considered now. blocks! nice! isee very unfair. in this report that a look be a couple of blocks away now. came out late yesterday, that blocks! nice! i see what you did at the there! yes, there it is, period was changed, so they can only go vn day newspapers. dundee. here we let's look at the front pages. back nine years, to 2010. come! from vn the daily still a long way. normally, that would day mail leads dundee, this is bbc click come only apply to deliberate criminal tax alive. please welcome your on the duke of edinburgh's admission to hospital, describing evasion. tax avoidance, you can hosts, la ra it as a normally go back for years for alive. please welcome your hosts, lara lewington and "helicopter tax mistakes. so it is still pretty spencer kelly. dash" from harsh, and a lot of people will yes, it is the time of year again sandringham still have to pay a lot when we leave the comfort of the to london. click offices and go live to the guardian says yesterday's withdrawal bill vote of money. so marks the first step towards brexit it is important, but not quite as the good perhaps as the government would world. or at least to a and quotes borisjohnson as saying the country should like us to see crowd of very eager it. is an important abandon tech fans. the "old labels point to point out here is that this of leave scheme, people who use this scheme v&a dundee and remain". won‘t necessarily wealthy. we are the times investigates was the national shortage talking about nurses, of gps, which the paper says has the spectacular location for a show left some surgeries with one doctor that took in everything from social to care for 11,000 patients. workers, it contractors. absolutely. artificial intelligence facial not people on massive salaries and and most read on the recognition. the museum not certainly not wealthy people. bbc news only celebrates the past it also looks to website is the man some mail you have to lose their home the future. most who confronted under the charge, until these the london bridge knifeman
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people idea of changes came out. so with a narwhal tusk. robots are shaped by the robots they yes, social in an interview with workers, some nurses, people see in science fiction so looking at the press association, darryn frost speaks working film or tv or video games and music in hospitals, but robots are a bit more real than publicly it contractors, for the first time what we think. most not since the attack. phenomenally well—paid people. children grow up author catherine isaac with seery or alexa or some kind this is here was a condition of working, of smart helper in their life and i to tell us what's caught this was think in the future that will how you are paid. it goes offshore, increase. we're going to have more her eye. robotic help is helping our children thanks forjoining us. it comes back to you, and you don‘t and helping us just good morning, have to pay tax. some robotic help is helping our children and helping usjust increasingly more and more on everyday thank you. the first one of them did get know what was going on, but basis. currently on display is is the story that is most the of them didn‘t. this loan charge exhibition design between human and in at the came as a real shock, saying you‘re machine. so rather than going to have to pay all that tax mail. it is for all those years robots coming in and replacing us and about this woman's family, a lovely replacing ourjobs, picture of her daughter and husband. in one lot in coming in and replacing us and replacing our jobs, i coming in and replacing us and replacing ourjobs, i think the future is a bit more of 20 they are spending 19. so it wasn‘t the right tax an optimistic one, we have an amazing their first they we re structure commissioned there has christmas at home in the uk, for the 19. so it wasn‘t the right tax they were paying, but it wasn‘t a tax been built for us at v&a dundee first time in four evasion scheme by wealthy people, about the idea of humans and years. the no. what will happen now to those robots collaborating together to create husband and daughter people who were due to pay? something amazing and wonderful and are. obviously, no. what will happen now to those i think that is a bit more for the people who were due to pay7m no. what will happen now to those people who were due to pay? if they have paid, and the it isa husband and daughter are. obviously, it is a very bittersweet future will be like so slightly less changes say they pessimistic story because she is still behind bars in shouldn‘t have paid, they will get than iran will stop the money back. what 39,000 people and gabriella, her
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roughly will have to pay something we daughter, who is five, returned to for the loan charge. they will get a imagine. the uk back bit longer to pay it though, a future will be like so slightly less pessimistic than what we imaginem recent yea rs, in october. she bit longer to sort out pessimistic than what we imaginem recent years, dundee has become something of a digital a p pa re ntly the uk back in october. she apparently has one visit to her new powerhouse. their affairs. it is synonymous with videogames school, which is going to but they will have to pay like lemmings, grand start in half their theft auto and, january. 0bviously, her manner is income and goodness, that is not many miles away and won't much to live on. even under yes, minecraft. be the new dundee has spending christmas with them. rules, many campaigners are saying especially difficult at this time of this doesn‘t go far enough. the loan the year. no absolutely. honour, we believe, of being the charges should never have been city of the world with the highest these dramatic imposed and we won and stopped. per capita volume of pictures we have just seen in but i think the chances of getting more games from the government are pretty developers. that has come around for australia. here we have got the remote. thank you for expending a number of reasons. it started off opposite end of the backin a number of reasons. it started off that. more on money back in the 19805 was a lot of spectrum, in the us programming away on single spectrums box at midday. telegraph. a picture of a that seem to have been made in the it is 24 city so you could almost pick one car going through a flooded lane. minutes past nine. up ex factory when they went lots of landslips, train cancellations. it let‘s look at the front pages. 5lightly wrong for less than the cost is going to some the daily mail leads in the people? yes, they on the duke of edinburgh‘s shops. some amazing videogames came admission to hospital, out of the city at that point and it haven't started their festive describing it as a "helicopter dash" from sandringham gave a lot of us inspiration to go getaways as they wanted to. to london. the guardian says yesterday‘s withdrawal bill vote and set out own companies up. so yes, marks the first step towards brexit, the south of england and quotes borisjohnson as saying the world's first videogames degree was predominantly affected. 71 the country should abandon the "old labels of leave offered here by abbott to and remain". flood warnings, university, all the way back in the times investigates but 1997, so we thought we would check also 71 —— 78 trains the national shortage
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out some of the more recent work. were cancelled of gps, which the paper says has as well. unfortunately, more all in the name of social persistent rain is forecast. it is left some surgeries with one doctor interaction, of course! why to care for not that much rain, but in is the univer5ity so top of 11,000 patients. what has already happened, it is and most read on the hot? just making for a very miserable bbc news interaction, of course! why is the university so hot? we are, the staff website is the man of either previously made videogames weekend for people who are trying to who confronted or we currently make videogames and get from one the london bridge knifeman we are all part of with a narwhal tusk. part of the a game lab they in an interview with country to make really fun another. so yes, the press association, experiment of games. a difficult time. darryn frost speaks publicly you have some other students playing for the first time since the attack. author catherine isaac is here some other of your games there over this is officially the big weekend there. that game was created by to tell us what‘s caught her eye. before christmas for everybody to be doctor mona bostock thanks forjoining us. jumping in theircars. good morning, who is on before christmas for everybody to be jumping in their cars. even the trains are problematic for people as thank you. with lara. mona, there are a lot well. that is notjust trains are problematic for people as well. that is not just the trains are problematic for people as well. that is notjust the weather. we spoke to some passenger shall we start with of different games here, all telling groups this one in at interesting, different stories. can earlier about new timetables, new you tell me a bit about what you engineering works as well and the telegraph? a health story have created here ? part you tell me a bit about what you have created here? yes, so the game of the country. yes, if any about cancer and the possibility of you see is assembly, right, and measurable start, but hopefully, screaming? yes, and we're all in dundee and the once they get to their destination, this affects an or will year 1981 and there are thousands of awful lot of people. there women in the factory are be good. a p pa re ntly awful lot of people. there are apparently 130 new cases of prostate assembling the cancer diagnosed every day, first—ever computers so the z x regret tim and more 81 and the zx spectrum and this than 10,000 men a year actually die computer change the face of games, of the disease. and berg. but is basically the recreation of at the moment,
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the assembly line so we have women there is no national screening workers trying to assemble the programme. and apparently, the yes, greta reason for that is that there computers from populating the thunberg. apparently, is a boards blood test, and it to actually like packaging on ebay and amazon, all detects the and shipping the spectrum. this is sorts of things proteins in the prostate gland, actually a bit of social history which can then be used are being sold that are related to as to evaluate a well, isn't it? it her. they are being sold as patient‘s risk of getting the is, and it is christmas gifts. there disease. but it doesn‘t what we call are things herstories, they are accurately distinguish between getting the like one enterprising ebay seller hidden gems of the videogame has managed to dangerous cancers and the harmless history. and it was women who shift 600 car ones, so this can lead to assembled them who were tremendously air fresheners. i am not sure what you a lot of skilled and they basically brought think that. i can't unnecessary surgery, as ones, so this can lead to a lot of unnecessary surgery, as well as us skilled and they basically brought us the missing the harmful cases. but imagine she this new study that has first computers. would be overly pleased about it, but you can been done at the buy greta thunberg ucl is essentially prayer candles, loads of t—shirts, saying that they garden gnomes that will be a screening to the third of are men who are most at risk of the speaking. professor biodegradable, and it seems that disease would anna lou this is a whole booming stop a industry. cashing in on climate sixth of waller has dedicated 30 years of her prostate cancer deaths. the figures change will are stark, aren‘t they? life stop exactly, but with to researching technologies to prostate cancer deaths. the figures are stark, aren't improve communication for those who lots of have difficulty speaking. products that are not necessarily they? they are. about. it environmentalfriendly. a i5 great festive fuel
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have difficulty speaking. about. it is pretty much like the predictive at text on your phone but as rip—off. products that are not necessarily environmental friendly. at the times are stark, aren't they? they are. a we saw me have found lots of these great festive fuel rip-off. yes, invited her onto the this is in female, and i think organisations, but apparently they this falls into the category of one of stage... words. only found one who are it can the stories you can of knew donating be very money to green charities, so lots of anyway, but seeing it here puts it it is quite simply, cashing in on slow process. fairly starkly. it is essentially saying her popularity. there is a minute. that motorway service stations they're actually telling a lot of cash being spent are ripping off millions of story in here today. all real—time i5 travellers by up around the uk, ripping off millions of travellers by up to 36p a they're actually telling a story in real—time is laborious and consuming litre on fuel. that the daily mirror, a lot is fairly jingle cells. last stark! it of our minute shopping is fairly focus and for christmas. i extortionate. many on can't believe the people started so late.|j the m25, that communication aids take a minute. is the most expensive one, you won‘t how on earth for christmas. i can't believe people started so late. i can't believe people started be surprised to learn. so early. no, do you conduct they are charging 45p for a a real honestly, i can believe conversation at speed? they started litre of unleaded it so late. apparently, football is petrol, and 55p for a litre her team has, going to peak of diesel. that is massively in partnership with cambridge by three —— university, created a new system above the that remembers what you have typed footfall is going to peak by 3% national average of a before and offers up whole sentence soon, because lots of people litre for 25 chunks in one p. nate have left it go. i define very it is last minute. lots of people are
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my not a sentences to use rushing out, super saturday they are calling it. are small amount. as i speak. no. you could argue we should 00:57:06,1000 --> 00:57:07,683 all be you responsible for as saving the planet and taking the humans, we always retell stories so the £1.7 billion? with your late what i am telling you now, i have train anyway, but... shopping? yes. no told many people before. and this yes, it is it is notjust is where it gets even more clever. a a huge difference, if you are even body one camera panic mode, people are deliberately in a normalfamily observes where anna leaving it later because they know huge difference, if you are even in a normal family —sized louise and who she is that they will be sales and they saloon. because of that, will save a speaking to. it can then suggest sentences that lot of money. petrol stations are are relevant to that further often half empty at motorway discounts, it is to be the case situation. so services. you would think they would this is the computer that sell more if it was cheaper. they would start on boxing day, but vision brain not any more. that behind our system. the camera i the word. and then you would go in and is right. there buy your coffee and all the rest of have got in my right hand here is are people shopping on christmas day it, but i suppose the one these days. the person wears around the neck with the actual so the person wears around the neck so the camera can see what they can 200,000 people fuel itself, they are see, they can see the person they fairly low are speaking to, so at the moment it expected priced items. the story at birmingham's bullring alone sees me. and you can see here in the on the today. the shopping centre. time that you have chosen. men think screen, it picks out my face at birmingham's bullring alone today. the shopping centrelj at birmingham's bullring alone today. the shopping centre. i won't be going there. plenty they are better at to identify whether i am a to do, but lying. apparently known shopping won't be one of them. so. person, whether i am a friend and if they are better at lying. apparently so. according to the university of thank it knows me, who i am. you. we will do the portsmouth, they have done a study that says that men are more than it takes a papers again in guess from the whole environment it an hour. see then. if you're heading twice as likely as women can see to say to consider out to the shops, good luck. why not themselves expert liars. i don‘t
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where are we? are stay with us a know whether the key here is that they think they are, or... we ina cafe, bit longer? coming up in the next half hour... yes, they can see to say where are we? are we in a cafe, at work? and this come on, you more likely to information, we then used to they are, aren‘t predict reds! we'll be live in doha, the right sentences. i might want to football's new frontier, they? yes, i suspect there may say in this environment where liverpool fans are gathering be with this to see if their team can one or two raised eyebrows within communication partner. the more she become world champions. 00:58:14,801 --> 715827684:40:47,239 stay 715827684:40:47,239 --> 1431655368:23:19,677 with 1431655368:23:19,677 --> 2147483052:05:52,115 us, 2147483052:05:52,115 --> 2863310735:48:24,553 headlines 2863310735:48:24,553 --> 3579138419:30:56,990 coming 3579138419:30:56,990 --> 4294966103:13:29,428 up. families here. but if uses it, the more it learns and the you are a good faster the system becomes. the speaker, you are apparently system may think we're in a museum more likely to be a good and talking to a person have never liar. and the met before. that may be way good liars actually weave their an lives into sentences and, opportunity to talk about my work, so opportunity to talk about my work, so it will bring up sentences i have you know, paragraphs that are otherwise true, used before to talk about my work so so paragraphs that are otherwise true, so that it becomes quite hard for ican used before to talk about my work so i can access them timely. other people to distinguish what stories are important because the difference is between truth and they provide their lies. but yes, this study the fundamental essence is essentially... the top line of it of being is that there is season human. we difficult gender difference —— are our stories. all make a our significant gender difference. i think the people who did the study stories. i know people we re think the people who did the study were quite pleased with that, but i that repeat don‘t know. themselves over and over. we all do! were quite pleased with that, but i don't know. 40% of were quite pleased with that, but i don't know. 4096 of all lies are told imean, i themselves over and over. we all do! i mean, i know people who repeat bya
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themselves over. we all don't know. 4096 of all lies are told by a do! love very small two. cheering and applause. number of deceivers. three, two, i also like this one. push! line, we are not click live as good as lie detectors as we think show would not be a click live show and most of us only have a 50—50 without waving, shouting and generally getting a bit chance of getting it right when somebody is lying to us. of excitement. all that remains is yes, well! 0rdid! somebody is lying to us. yes, well! 0rdid ijust make to thank everyone who turned up to see somebody is lying to us. yes, well! or did ijust make that up? thank you very much indeed. that us thank everyone who turned up to see us live and, of course, you at home for watching. from all of was great. it is us here at click, we hope you have a very happy half past nine. new year. go, go, we are brea kfast go, go! yes! great. it is half past nine. we are breakfast and tell —— until ten o‘clock and then it is all change. when matt takes over in the saturday kitchen. matt, what‘s on the menu for us? 0ur our special guest is frank skinner, well come along. we will talk about your show a little bit later. you are bringing it to london. five weeks. five weeks at the west end, yes. look forward to that, tell
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us about your food heaven. my food heavenis about your food heaven. my food heaven is french onion soup. i love it. any kind of soup that comes with a raft! and my food hell is marzipan. which is a terrible time of year to be having. my mum worked ona cake of year to be having. my mum worked on a cake factory and she used to bring home an entire plastic bag of marzipan. wash allowed ? bring home an entire plastic bag of marzipan. wash allowed? you know what? i never asked! marzipan. wash allowed? you know what? i neverasked! —— marzipan. wash allowed? you know what? i never asked! —— was she allowed. then she was away for two yea rs, allowed. then she was away for two years, actually! i used to visit her once a week. i hadn‘t thought of that. french onion soup and marzipan. two extremes, for me. we have two great chefs, james baxter ——jane have two great chefs, james baxter —— jane baxter is one of those. have two great chefs, james baxter -- jane baxter is one of those. we have vegetable sides for christmas, jerusalem artichokes and leeks with a romano dressing, quick cheese if i can remember. and deep—fried good morning.
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welcome to breakfast, travel spouts and kale, underwater withjon kay and tina daheley. 0ur headlines will be today: used in the cooking. ok, nathan the man who confronted 0utlaw will be doing some fish and i the london bridge attacker with a narwhal tusk speaks love your jumper. publicly for the first time, 0utlaw will be doing some fish and i love yourjumper. it is christmas and tells of his deep lobsters. i will make hurt at not a fisherman's being able to save style cornish fish stew. ollie, the victims. you a catastrophic fire have your trolley? yes, i will pour warning is issued in parts rivers of wine, an italian of eastern australia, icon, a including sydney, amid record—breaking temperatures festive wrenching and nonalcoholic options well. brilliant. we and months of severe have also got some west drought. prince philip spends the night end stars, the in hospital in london, to be treated for a barricade by singing live later. pre—existing condition. that is it? lots of fun, see you at ten o‘clock! it is one of the few trophies i love the fact they are missing from their cabinet, as liverpool take on brazilian side just inside flamengo in the final practising for you, that is lovely. of the club world cup, bidding thank you very much indeed. to win it for the first time. ten o‘clock, bbc one. you know we good morning. were speaking to the new speaker lindsay we've got some dense patches of fog across northern ireland this hoyle of the house of commons and he morning, and over 100 flood had his parrot called boris behind warnings across england. him and he said he has whilst for many it's a day trained it to of sunshine and showers, say or do, order! welcome there's more persistent rain in the forecast later he didn‘t on across southern parts of the uk. do it to orderfor us. all the details coming but say or do, order! welcome he didn‘t do it to order for us. but we say or do, order! welcome he didn‘t do it to orderfor us. but we now up have footage of in the next half an boris performing,
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hour. it is saturday let‘s just play 21 december. the tape. our top story: the man who fought 0rder. boris, how are you? would off the london bridge attacker with a narwhal tusk has given you like a 0rder. boris, how are you? would you a dramatic account of how likea drink? 0rder. he was able to stop the boris, how are you? would you like a drink? knifeman and pin him to the 0rder. boris, how are you? ground. would you like a two people died in the attack last month. drink? brilliant, thank you very much. all civil servant darryn frost has described how usman khan was running right can we get it, towards people with knives raised thanks, boris! above his head and wearing not quite the audit we were what looked like a suicide vest. expecting, not to come you like a this report from drink or do? he refused to do that during the rich preston. interview, but he is one of this is the dramatic moment many politician deemed pets lindsay passers—by attempted to stop hoyle has. a dog called convicted terrorist usman khan. gordon, gordon his attack had begun brown. a called maggie. at fishmongers' hall, where he had just killed and boris the parrot committee has seen and boris the parrot committee has seen it here first. the headlines two people. coming up. it was there darryn frost, a civil servant, took on khan with others attending a prisoner rehabilitation event, describing for the first time what happened. mr frost told the press association that he took a narwhal task
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to defend himself after hearing a commotion from the floor below. he described the moment khan ran at him with knives raised above his head. he went on to recall chasing khan onto london bridge, where a group wrestled him to the ground, stopping him attacking anyone else or setting off what they thought hello, this is breakfast, withjon kay and tina daheley. was a coming up before suicide vest. ten, we‘ll get the weather talking about jack merritt from alina. and saskia jones, who were but first, at 9:34, a summary of this morning‘s main news. both the man who fought off killed by khan, mr frost said he will always feel the deep hurt the london bridge attacker of not being able to save with a narwhal tusk has given a dramatic account of how them. he said he hoped speaking out he was able to stop the knifeman would urge people to unite and pin him to the ground. against terrorism and civil servant darryn frost — whose identity was unknown until now — raise money has described for the first time how for the victims' usman khan was running towards people with knives raised above his head, families. and wearing what looked the duke of edinburgh has spent the night in hospital in london like a suicide vest. after being admitted for treatment for a pre—existing condition. two people were killed prince philip, who is 98, travelled there yesterday after being stabbed by khan from the sandringham estate in norfolk. in that attack last month. 0ur reporter simonjones a catastrophic fire warning is in place for parts is outside of eastern the king edward australia, vi! hospital. as bushfires continue simon, what more do we know? well, to rage. prince philip was
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in sydney, strong winds are expected, while temperatures admitted here as are set to hit the mid—forties celsius. people living in the path a precaution, according to the of one fire have been told powerless. we know he arrived here it‘s too late to leave. yesterday morning having the duke of edinburgh has spent travelled the night in hospital down from sandringham —— according in london, to the palace. they are refusing to after being admitted confirm or yesterday for treatment for a pre—existing condition. prince philip, who‘s 98, deny reports travelled there yesterday from the sandringham he was estate, flown in norfolk. to london by buckingham palace officials have helicopter and then said that the admission was a ‘precautionary measure‘ and that he is expected transported by car to the hospital. to stay there for a few days. but we know once he arrived here we the family of harry dunn say it‘s are told he was able to walk into a "huge step" that charges have been brought against an american woman the building without any great fuss. accused of causing his death at the same time he was travelling by dangerous driving. here, the queen was heading in the anne sacoolas travelled back to the us after the collision, opposite direction, getting a train claiming diplomatic immunity. to norfolk, heading to sandringham to norfolk, heading to sandringham to begin her christmas break. so i her lawyer insists it think we can read into that, was a tragic accident, although there is concern about prince philip's can condition, in the palace there isn't and says that she won‘t be co—operating with any a sense of extradition request. alarm at the president donald trump has moment. in terms launched the us military‘s new space of what he is being treated for, we force. he signed the service into law haven't been told by buckingham palace. they are simply saying it is in a special ceremony last night,
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where he described space a pre—existing condition. we know as the world‘s newest that last year he had an operation war—fighting domain. the space force is the country‘s to give him a hip replacement. first new military before that, he had abdominal service for 70 years. surgery, before that, he had abdominal surgery, some six before that, he had abdominal surgery, some six years before that, and a couple of years before that he troops won‘t be sent into space, had a stent fitted due to a but will protect us property, including hundreds blocked artery. now, in of satellites. terms of how from early next month, long he children with severe epilepsy will be eligible is likely to be here, again, that is for a cannabis—based treatment on the nhs in england. not clear. we are expecting for a the charity epilepsy action said it number of days, while he undergoes could be life—changing for some patients. some form of observation and it‘s thought that treatment. he will know the co nsulta nts treatment. he will know the consultants here, they will know his condition very well. we haven't had 2,000 patients an update from the palace overnight. could benefit i think that is to be expected. prince philip is a very private each year. individual. they are not going to give us a running commentary. the key question is whether he is going if you are fighting to be fit enough to get back to for a parking sandringham for christmas. the family of harry dunn says it is a huge step that charges have been brought against the american space going christmas shopping woman who is accused today, you ate seen nothing yet! of causing his death by dangerous driving. anne sacoolas travelled back it won‘t be as difficult as to the us after the collision, claiming diplomatic immunity. her lawyer insists it this, surely. was a tragic accident. the carnival glory — duncan seen here on the right — kennedy was manouvering to dock, when it struck the carnival legend, reports. which was already moored in the mexican resort of cozumel. harry dunn's parents, six guests suffered minor injuries, charlotte and tim, heard the news but the operator says both vessels that anne sacoolas would
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are still be charged during a seaworthy. meeting at the crown prosecution that vessel looks like it has service in london. suffered a little bit more than a they say they have campaigned minor injury. for harry over four months, and welcome the cps decision. a bit ofa minor injury. i just want a bit of a scuff. pretty scary on board. yes, imagine to say a the insurance form for that. 9:37am. massive thank those are the main stories this morning. you to good the public morning. and the media. clu b world we feel that we've taken a huge step club world cup, a lot of people in the start of achieving not familiar with it, huge competition the promise to running in its current form since harry that we 2,000. in the past, made. english clubs anne sacoolas left britain have not had a lot of luck and after the accident in august, manchester united are the only claiming diplomatic immunity. she has been staying at this house near washington, dc. club to win, in 2008. liverpool, in the her lawyer said she is devastated by the tragedy, but said final today, they have never she wouldn't return voluntarily won. to the united kingdom to face they have six champions league a potentialjail sentence titles, and course to win the for what they called an unintentional accident. premier league, but they are in qatar at the minute. and they are taking it really but, despite that refusal to come seriously. they want a bit of back, the crown prosecution service here say they are now working silverware. they could have been playing west ham in the premier with the home office to begin league, but they are paying south extradition proceedings against mrs sacoolas. american champions flamengo.
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they say that process and 0lly foster is in doha for us. will start before christmas. flamengo are under instruction harry's family know the to win this and return american authorities are reluctant to heroes. it‘s not quite like that return for liverpool, butjurgen klopp anne sacoolas, but they believe they now have britain's legal weight wants to change behind them, and our perception that is bringing of the club world cup. comfort after yes, across the bbc as well, that months of will help. good morning, a lovely despair. cool breeze coming from across the a catastrophic fire warning bay on the corniche is in place for parts of eastern australia, including sydney, in doha. gentle with strong winds expected and temperatures set to hit the mid—405 celsius. vote trips under way here, no bumps people living in the path of one going on here that we can see. bushfire have been told it is too liverpool are in town, just late to leave. let's talk to our sydney behind correspondent shaimaa khalil, that rather glorious skyline behind who is in the me. they have grown into this town of mittagong tournament. at the beginning of the in new south week, jurgen klopp said, i am not quite sure why we‘re here, wales. good morning to you. we can see it is december, it is disrupting our just in the sky behind you, we can see momentum. they beat monterey that the smoke is there. what is it on wednesday night, the mexicans who like to be won their champions league for there right now?m central and north america. a very that the smoke is there. what is it like to be there right now? it is late winner, but it was after that really, really ha rd like to be there right now? it is really, really hard to breathe. it isa really, really hard to breathe. it is a combination of the that the monterey fans
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and the team, smoke carried by the wind, it is a i thinkjurgen klopp realised combination of the sweltering heat all throughout the day, that the intensity that other continental makes champions bring to this tournament this really, and he thought, hang on, they are really difficult. taking it seriously. as european the catastrophic warnings are still in champions, we have a responsibility place, and just a few moments before now to try and take this seriously. icame on they have had two days, they should place, and just a few moments before i came on air to speak to you, there be at full strength. it we re i came on air to speak to you, there were a few firefighters and their was an iffy trucks, and we just got a quick call, and they were off with their tea m be at full strength. it was an iffy team they put out against the mexicans. and they have to sirens into the highway. and itjust be very, shows you how unpredictable and very good against flamengo. and the dangerous the situation is here. fa ns very good against flamengo. and the they are worried about a number of fans will have to be very good as factors, but the one thing that they well because they will be are worried about, really, is the massively wind. because of the catastrophic outnumbered. the brazilians fires, because of the fires burning are here atan fires, because of the fires burning in force, at an emergency level, with the outnumbered. the brazilians are here inforce, 30, outnumbered. the brazilians are here in force, 30, 40,000. outnumbered. the brazilians are here inforce, 30, 40,000. and outnumbered. the brazilians are here in force, 30, 40,000. and they are really looking forward to this smoke blowing, they are really worried about the direction of the one. iimagine the wind, and where it is going to really looking forward to this one. i imagine the liverpool fans are looking forward to it as well. just bring those embers, so really worried rubbing it in talking about the about this area here where i am. and breeze, not missing it this has really been the challenge, much! the fact that the wind liverpool don‘t have this trophy, the one thing missing from the and its behaviour have been so anfield cabinet, what would it mean unpredictable. with the drought and to liverpool and the fans to the heat, it is impossible to know win when the next fire is going to today? well, the fans be, have been how hard it is going to hit, loving it because, well, look at the and how big it is going to get as well.
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weather. i met some of them down on and that's why the beat yesterday and they had all their flags out, they were out on a it's been pontoon and really getting such a the challenge for them to chase these spirit going. and some of them fires. they've been going house by remembered losing against house, village by village in some areas, and as you mentioned, in some flamengo of those cases it has been too late in tokyo, absolutely torn for people to evacuate. they have apart, they tore apart kenny just been told stay where you dalglish and co—. they were runners—up to are. house by house, the argentinians independently and take in the old intercontinental cup and city by city it became the club world cup. and they state by state. they are north of won the champions league in sydney, south of sydney, we spoke to 20 —— 20,005 and lost this in the final a lady earlier who is down in against sao paulo. adelaide, thousands of miles away. for the authorities, this is a liverpool have nightmare, isn't it? it is a night, all this recent losing history and because really, it is where to go, they want to put that right. jurgen where to chase, made more difficult klopp says they come here not by the representing europe, but fact that representing europe, but representing liverpool, that is what is going to drive them on. some of and you‘re right, but those european these fires titles, they can leave here have merged into tomorrow or late flights tonight mega blazers and being able to call themselves world champions. some of them have been very close to and we are all fans and we all love sydney, which has worried so many to think we support the best team people in the authorities. and i in the world. well, for the first
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think in this instance, when there is so much of it in such a time, liverpool fans would be able vast area, it is about controlling the to say fires where they can, focusing, of that. but beware flamengo. because course, on the most densely they are an exceptional populated area. when you speak to firefighters, and i have been speaking to a number of them, and i team, the south american champions, the say look what do you want? what is brazilian champions. the one thing you need? and they and beware look at me and they smile exhaustively and say rain. as long gabrielle barbosa, the south as we don't have rain, this is going american cristiano ronaldo. their top scorer. a real to keep happening time and time cult figure. he again. the fires are going to continue. especially, remember, that flexes his muscles after he scores. we arejust in continue. especially, remember, that we are just in the very beginning of a very hot summer season. and is the credit —— the kids absolutely love him. keep an eye out for there any prospect of rain? is there any sense that this could be over him. if liverpool can‘t field a within the next few days? it is the proper full strength defence as they could christmas holidays now, so people are travelling all over, or hoping not against monterey, i think they to. do you know, it is mightjust struggle not against monterey, i think they might just struggle tonight. funny you it will be thrilling. mention christmas. i was asking one from doha, of the people who evacuated just a thank you for couple of hours the moment. ago from one and that will be on of the bbc one at half villagers, called hilltop, her house past five this evening. was basically at the centre of the scottish premiership leaders celtic fire, and! was basically at the centre of the fire, and i said what did you take host aberdeen today. rangers are just two with you? and she said pictures, clothes and christmas gift, because points behind celtic, we don't know if we are going to after a 3—0 win over hibs, be but the match was overshadowed back home before christmas. this is by trouble from the home fans. how unpredictable that is. no rain
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expected, sweltering heat expected, jermain defoe sealed the win and if you look at with rangers‘ third goal. the map of but things turned ugly when hibs‘ australia, there is ryan porteous was sent off deep red in for a reckless challenge on borna the barasic. centre, with very objects including a glass bottle were thrown at barasic little prospects as he lay on of that easing, and that is really what worries people. notjust the the ground, fa ct what worries people. notjust the fact that they are spending days now and a melee in the and nights away from their homes, it dugouts led to is that they don't know when they hibs assistant managerjohn potter and rangers coach tom culshaw are going to go back, and more being sent to the stands. crucially, they don't know what they hibs will face more pressure to are going to go back to, if their address the behaviour of their fans. homes are still there. stay safe, well, arsenal ended weeks thank you for that very graphic of speculation by naming former captain mikel arteta update. and we see the breeze behind as their new head you there, the wind and the smoke coach yesterday, and the sky. and speaking at his first press conference, he was clear at the age of 98, the duke on the path he wanted to take. of edinburgh has faced a number we have to try of health scares, but his latest to engage everybody. stay in hospital is said to be a precaution. i have to try to convince he retired from public the players what i want to do, life in august 2017, and was last seen in how i want to do it. public in may this year. he is expected to stay they have to start accepting a different process, a different way in hospital for a few days. let's talk to of thinking. and i want to get all the staff the queen's former and everybody at the club with the same mindset, you know? press secretary we have to build a culture that has to sustain the rest. dickie arbiter. if we don‘t have the right culture, there are difficult moments,
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hejoins us from the tree is going to shake. he joins us from london. hejoins us from london. very he joins us from london. very good so, myjob is to convince everybody, morning. how much do we know this is how we‘re going to live. about how serious this is? well, i think and if you are going to be part of this organisation, you've got to take the fact that, it has to be in this sense, while prince philip was on his way and in this way. so, arsenal have their man. down from sandringham to london, the they face everton in the day‘s early queen was on her way to norfolk, and kick—off, a club still looking anybody who has seen the pictures of for their her getting off the next manager. train in kings lynn, seeing how relaxed she looked, so, how are the fans feeling about how animated she this managerial merry—go—round? joining me now... arsenal fan jim johnson. was, in deep and mattjones, from everton podcase, the blue room. conversation with railway good morning. let‘s start with you, officials, i think we have to take jim. it that she you could hear what he was is obviously concerned that he is in saying, this idea of a lost identity and hospital, but not overly concerned. but given that he is 98, we have the culture at the club, do you feel he is on board so far? just listening to show a certain amount of concern for his age. and we are hearing that back to the clip, he this has been a planned admission, mentions that on the advice of thing about shaking the tree and if his doctor, for a people are not on it, they are going to be moved on. i pre—existing condition. do think he is the we know what that pre—existing quy to be moved on. i think he is the guy that they wanted since 2016. condition they wanted to make him part of the might be? well, that's very hard to backroom staff then, then there was tell. i mean, if you go back a lot of talk about him historically on various ailments, he
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was rushed to hospital in 2011 just when they ultimately appointed unai emery. it before christmas with chest pains. it was a blocked artery and he had a isa ultimately appointed unai emery. it is a good time for arteta. he is ste nt it was a blocked artery and he had a stent inserted. he had a bladder no longer necessarily tainted with the infection at the time of the diamond jubilee in 2012 and was admitted arsene wenger era. there has been to hospital, this very same hospital. space. had he got thejob in 2018, and again, in august of it might have been a slightly more that year, with the same complaint, that time difficult for it. the key problem he was admitted to the aberdeen for him is that there is a royal infirmary. he has cultural problem at arsenal. it had and is quite abdominal procedure at the london clear in terms of their performances clinic. he has had a procedure on this season and that is something he his hand at buckingham palace. and has to address very, very quickly. he had the hip operation he is someone who has these at the emotional clubs with the ties —— beginning of last year. so what he is in for, we really don't know. but emotional clubs with the ties —— emotional ties with the club, former obviously the doctors want him to be captain, we have seen this a lot in careful and want to be safe the premier league at the moment. he isa the premier league at the moment. he than is a young man, will he be the right sorry. they have admitted him, fit at this time? well, and he has agreed i know there has been a lot of talk about his to that. and lack of experience, but i also hopefully it is just think that working with someone like he has agreed to that. and hopefully it isjust going he has agreed to that. and hopefully it is just going to be for a few pep days and he will be back at guardiola, he wouldn‘t have made an appointment like that if you didn‘t sandringham for christmas. and what do we know about what his health is have that respect within the game. soi like in general? he is 98, we know have that respect within the game. so i think that that is that he is definitely mobile. he was something thatis seen so i think that that is something that is in his favour. i also think, that he is definitely mobile. he was seen walking into hospital, lots of papers speculating he may have though, there is
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suffered a fall, others saying he had had a bad cold in the last something about not few weeks. what we know about the being a big name is something that arsenal have never really done. state of his health? well, we don't know a they have never really made big—name lot about the state of his health, appointments and even wenger was not but given that he is 98, and the appointments and even wenger was not body does wear out and break down at a really big name appointment. they could have gone for a more that age, and you are susceptible to experienced manager like carlo all of things, we are all ancelotti, but i think this is the way arsenal have always done susceptible to colds, and norfolk is business and he has always pretty windy and pretty blustery, so if he had a cold, and been their man. you mentioned ancelotti, he is over we don‘t know exactly who the new that. he looked remarkably manager of everton is going to well going into hospital. he walked be, we have a fair idea in in carlo ancelotti. i spoke to were left in unaided. that speaks volumes. and he fun this morning he said they can‘t would have gone to hospital believe somebody of that calibre relu cta ntly, would have gone to hospital reluctantly, but would agree with the doctor that better being safe would look at everton, what you make than sorry and going in of it? it is not over the line and as a it would be classic everton fashion precaution. and of course he walked for this to go the wrong way before away unscathed from that car the announcement comes along. but we accident in january this are very excited at this time away unscathed from that car accident injanuary this year. away unscathed from that car of accident in january this year. well, that would have unsettled him. when year and anticipating certain games, you look at the pictures of that and waiting to unwrap this accident, the car was sort of present with regards to ancelotti, it is a hurtled across the road. he huge appointment for the club if it got out unscathed is an absolute miracle, does come off. someone with and probably a few very minor his pedigree. no manager in history has injuries. but it obviously shook won more european cups or titles him, because he did give up
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driving on public roads than ancelotti and for everton to go from appointing watford's shortly thereafter. and any accident does unsettle manager, southampton's, sam alla rdyce, anybody, it doesn't matter what age you are. it does leave its wigan's manager, roberto martinez, this is a huge thing for the mark. and foot ball this is a huge thing for the i would have thought that that would football club. you look at someone have had a slight effect on like carloancelotti, the players he has worked with, the respect he his sort of psychological well—being. carries in the game as well, have had a slight effect on his sort of psychological well-being. he retired from public life it is potentially transformative in 2017, so appointment for everton. if it he has been, i suppose, taking it is carlo ancelotti, the one where he easy, if you like since then. what would get to everton is big money. we know about but the problem is everton his day—to—day life? can‘t afford another expensive mistake. well, prince philip never takes it well, they keep making them so we easy, and he will do things will have to wait and see. according to what his body allows hopefully, this isn't it. in the him to do. he past with people like ronald koeman is doing his archive and sam alla rdyce past with people like ronald koeman work, because he and sam allardyce we have got their men, ronald koeman to get him out never throws of southampton, they got him a lot of anything away, so he is sorting his money, it was needs must with sam papers out. he writes letters, he alla rdyce keeps in touch with his charities. money, it was needs must with sam allardyce to stay in the premier he is managing the estate up at league. i think if you are going to sandringham. he has also got a pay a manager big money, hands—on deputy ranger at you do it windsor for somebody like ancelotti. great park, so hopefully, he comes in and he he is involved is energised after what happened in apperley and he wants to work on with a
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that. so he is project. on the flip side, you not idle. 0ne could be cynical and say everton have great park, so he is involved with that. so he is not idle. one of his given him money, he is 60, this is a problems is obviously that his hearing is going, so he wears two hearing is going, so he wears two hearing aids. his eyesight is not la st given him money, he is 60, this is a last swansong for him. but 100%, but it is not gone. so he does by virtue of what happened in naples and the keep himself busy. incidentally, wait ended with the owners, earlier in the year, after that i think he will come to merseyside energised accident, well, april, he was seen and looking to build something, carriage driving in windsor great which is something he hasn't done in park. he saw his career before, but i don't think his new great—grandson that necessarily means he can't do it. he is bound to be watching right at windsor, we saw pictures of now in bed with the tv on, that, and shortly thereafter we what would you say, pitch him thejob? everton have always saw pictures of him attending been a club the order people call a sleeping giant. i of merit lunch at think what is happening down windsor. but we the saw him at lady gabrielle's wedding years, everton have become a little at st george's tablet windsor about bit boring because they have been at st george's tablet windsor about a week after the order of merit around the table. i said lunch. so he gets about a bit, but sell it to obviously at 98 he is doing him! in that sense, there it at is untapped potential because of the his own pace rather than at somebody fan base and people you speak to on else's. thank you very the blue room, we say, much for that. people are waiting to be ignited. we have three thank you forjoining years left at goodison park, fan base waiting for success and besting us on for success and if the person comes brea kfast thank you forjoining us on breakfast this saturday morning,
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when everyone has so much to do in and gets it right and getting ready for christmas. if you are heading outside, shopping or you can ignite goodison park, that travelling, we have the weather for atmosphere. and sort of cultivate the next few days. that is that sense of we only have three not a years left here, make the most of good look. this time now. there is potential to it's not, do something really special with everton, but that takes a strong is it? leader who is to get this was these players to shape and to make the decisions at the top of the club.” actually taken yesterday, but it to shape and to make the decisions at the top of the club. i also think there is a lot of similarities gives you a really good idea of not between arsenal and everton right just south—east england, but also now, they are both clubs pa rt just south—east england, but also part of southwest england and wales. we have had so much rain in recent for the fans, the glass is very much half days. some parts of wales, empty for them. i hear a lot of south—east england, south—west england, had almost a month's rain arsenalfans injusta england, had almost a month's rain injust a few england, had almost a month's rain in just a few days. not empty for them. i hear a lot of arsenal fans and i empty for them. i hear a lot of arsenalfans and i don‘t empty for them. i hear a lot of arsenal fans and i don‘t think there surprisingly, the flood warnings keep on rising, in excess of 100 are many arsenal fans, arsenal fans and i don‘t think there are many arsenalfans, if flood warnings now across england. arsenal fans and i don‘t think there are many arsenal fans, if you arsenal fans and i don‘t think there are many arsenalfans, if you had two here right now, we've got two across wales. there is more rain to come. so let'sjust they wouldn‘t ta ke more rain to come. so let'sjust take a look at the bigger picture, agree. and perhaps for what's happening right at the everton, moment. this little feature has been there is a generating some showers and longer spells of rain, now pushing its way similarity. and mid north and east wits. behind that, season, no club likes to make, dry for north and east wits. behind that, dryfora time, north and east wits. behind that, dry for a time, and we got more particularly the big clubs or clubs persistent rain arriving in with big intentions, like to make south—west england, south—east england, the midlands and east appointments mid—season. but they anglia, that rain falling onto have both got the benefit of already saturated ground. this is maybe identifying a couple of players where the rain has been falling in the past two hours, some heavy that make quick fixes to the end of the showers in the north—west of season in the january
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scotland. this line of rain is turning quite heavy, bringing some window. i thunder and lightning as it tracks think that something very clear in its way north and east words. that the fact that neither appointment is will be out of its way in the going to be in next few hours, and behind it, the dugout today. essentially foremost its a day of ancelotti hasn‘t been confirmed yet, sunshine and showers. dense fog but maybe that is a strategic across northern ireland could be thinker so that neither guy is quite slow to clear, so a fairly pitched against each other. because grey day here and it turns wet here it then becomes a winner takes all for the south and west later kind of situation and if on in that the afternoon. temperatures today happens, straightaway, one of those typically six to nine celsius across quys happens, straightaway, one of those guysis happens, straightaway, one of those guys is on the back foot. it will the northern half of the uk be and interesting to see how the rest of eight to 11 celsius further south. the season unfolds, i won‘t ask you we have got more rain to come through this evening across central where you see finishing up. thank you to you both for your time is and southern england, wales, into money, really interesting. east anglia, as i mentioned, falling thanks. onto already saturated ground, so thanks very much. also unpredictable likely to see further flooding. is the weather, with elsewhere tonight, a mixture of a festive variable amounts of cloud, a forecast. scattering of showers north and east here‘s alina, with and eventually that rain will start to pull away eastwards. quite gusty the weather. winds for a time for the channel some sunshine in this weather posts and channel islands. quite watcher picture, but lots of fields cold for the northern half of looking like lakes, almost scotland, a touch of frost here. a month‘s elsewhere above freezing but also worth of rain in england with some mist and fog across and wales. and more to come. flood northern ireland, northern england and scotland. 0ur of rain across the warnings continued to rise. two across wales. eastern side of england tomorrow will soon clear away, and for many, in excess of 100 across england. if
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dry day with some spells of you are concerned for your area, sunshine. still some the details will be on the website. showers in this heavy rain around this morning. in forecast, especially across north—west england, down into wales, the form of showers managing to give south—west england, a fair breeze blowing as well. but for a longer spell of rain. this feature responsible for that. clearing many, dry day, once north that rain and east, waiting in the wings more clear to rain on already saturated ground. the this is where the rain has been east through the morning. temperatures on a par with today, falling in the last few hours, heavy really. 6— 10 celsius. monday a mix showers pulling away from north west of sunshine and showers, blustery as the wind started to strengthen. scotla nd showers pulling away from north west scotland and heavy rain sliding christmas eve, slowly the showers eastwards taking the thunder and start to become less frequent, and as we go into christmas hale with it. behind it we have a day, we see as we go into christmas day, we see scattering of showers. nowhere a ridge of high reliably dry, but some sunshine. except perhaps for northern dense pressure starting to fog this morning will be quite slow build. for much of the uk on christmas day it is looking dry. to lift. keeping an eye on this there will be some spells of area sunshine. look what is waiting out of rain pushing into parts of to the west. it doesn't last very south—west and southern england long. after a brief dry spell, through the afternoon. things turn wetter and windier into next week. thank you very much. temperatures we know that for many, from 6—9dc across the north christmas can be a lonely time, especially for the elderly. of the uk and 9—11 further south. we however this year on merseyside, help is at hand — in the form can keep an eye on this band of of dinnerand drag. josh parry rain continuing north and east was through this evening and overnight has been across parts of wales, south—west
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to find england, the midlands, south east england, the midlands, south east england, east anglia and eastern out more. england. the wind strengthening with and hut thing this for channel coast and the over there, pizza channel ireland and you could see gusty winds. away from the rain, a wheel. billy has been hosting mixture of variable cloud can lunches for lonely pensioners for two years. usually he spells, one or two showers and mist serves around and fog across northern ireland and 30 people, but at christmas into northern england and scotland. time, the number doubles. the chopping the far north of scotland could see a touch of frost as temperatures board over there, please. here get below freezing and elsewhere above freezing. tomorrow, we are cloud and rain clearing away from cooking enough to 60. lets crack on eastern counties of england. then, give us an apron. so billy, 0nce cloud and rain clearing away from eastern counties of england. once it does, sunshine and still some how long have you been doing this showers. showers most frequent for? one of the ladies who comes in across northern england, wales, here, it was her 84th birthday or south—west england and northern here, it was her 84th birthday or her 83rd birthday. they ireland. a few may filter further asked us to eastwards. temperatures on a par doa her 83rd birthday. they asked us to do a little surprise birthday with today. 6—11dc. but party for many, a for her. it was drier day tomorrow. similar themes a good day, and on monday and then christmas eve. it was for the pensioners, obviously, celebrating her birthday, as such. yes, some spells of sunshine, so that's when we said, well, we but will do a little thing for the also some showers, most frequent pensioners here once a month. yes. further west, and quite a be careful, because they will be breeze blowing, so blustery conditions on none left the way you are putting them on. i am absolutely rubbish, monday and into christmas eve.
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can you tell? that's all right. we slowly on christmas eve and will just have christmas day, the winds ease down can you tell? that's all right. we willjust have to go and get another £5 of butter. as this area of pressure builds. things on christmas day looking as i say, mainlyj. so to sun we used to up the christmas do it once a month. and after week, that‘s quite a lot going on. speaking to one of the ladies who still showers to start cryptically comes in, and as i said before, she on monday and for a time hadn't seen anyone for 11 days. on christmas eve, but they slowly ease. so it just and that ridge of high pressure hadn't seen anyone for 11 days. so itjust broke your heart. turns things drier and christmas 11 days? 11 days, no—one had knocked on her day. some spells of sunshine come at door, no—one had come to check on lighter winds, so we could her. it's very, very sad. the fact wake up that they have to use it, they have to fast and patchy fog. and later into boxing day and to sit there on their own. you know, towards the and as! week, atlantic systems push their to sit there on their own. you know, and as i said, all they way back in. so a real mixture in have to look the week ahead. but at forward to is what's on telly to least on talk to. and there's only so much christmas day, things are looking pointless you can watch. a recent age uk survey found a quarter of drier, with some spells of sunshine. older people are not looking forward if you are looking for snow, you to christmas, because they are lonely, but billy is hoping to have to go to the higher ground of change this. but these people, it is scotla nd have to go to the higher ground of scotland and hope for one or two either eat or heat, when she showers, otherwise, isn't it? so we no snow in this forecast. try to let them be themselves, thank you, she is very careful to and we will give them a couple of say drier, not dry. it is all sandwiches to take away with them. relative! you like it
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0r sandwiches to take away with them. or something else, because it is is it? christmas. well, notjust that. we should be looking after them all year round, but especially now. karen, there is a 9:53am. mariah carey, the cat here with no spice girls, christmas legends over pulse. as well as cooking lunch, the decades. billy provides the entertainment, as this alter the race for christmas number one has been won by the youtube star ladbaby, who is top of the uk‘s ego, kitty festive chart for the second year in a letter. it's row. ladbaby, whose real name is mark hoyle, beat stormzy and wham!, with his sausage notjust comedy, but roll—themed cover of ‘i love rock n roll‘. this alter ego, kitty letter. it's not just comedy, let‘s take a look. but a female this alter ego, kitty letter. it's notjust comedy, but a female —— kitty litter. i think it's just meeting people. it gets people out, and they meet one another, and we have a good time, as you see. everyone's happy and all talking to one another. they are always asking how you are, and people say have you come in your own? i say i have come in my own, but i am not on my own now, because i am with everybody.
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it's the company, and everyone's so very friendly. they can't do enough for you. there's a lot of people around at christmas time are quite lonely, aren't they? what difference and i does something like this make? big am very difference, big, big difference. and for billy, that difference means happy to bringing people together this tell you: christmas, one drag tell you we can now speak show at a to mark hoyle, aka ladbaby, time. now from our london newsroom. well done, billy. that looks like we we re we were enjoying dancing along. you great fun. it looked shocked genuinely when you does, what a are livestreaming your reaction to winning ahead lovely idea. of stormzy for a number of years, and wham! there have been calls for stricter and dua lipa where you rules in schools around the practice genuinely of restraining children, shocked? it is crazy, how have we and now, the authorities in scotland competed with the likes of say they will introduce new guidance for teachers and support staff. stormzy and lewis ca paldi, in a moment, we'll speak to a mother competed with the likes of stormzy and lewis capaldi, global megastars? it really is insane. what made you whose son came home from school decide to go again for a second year with injuries after being restrained. to get a second christmas number but first, breakfast‘s jayne mccubbin has been looking at the issue one. two months ago, we were not going to do it, but we spent time in schools across the with the charity where all the money uk. is going, the trussell trust, at the start of 2019 we reported on we learnt more about them as a charity the children with additional needs who have been locked in and how far the single last year isolation, went to helping them and that was physically restrained, sometimes
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injured, and we heard from families basically the big incentive to way we wa nted and charities fighting for basically the big incentive to way we wanted to go again. and why do you think you have been so much greater regulation in successful, is it because we all schools. this love sausage rolls, is it feet were tied, this waist was tied, a british there was a table on there. all then,is love sausage rolls, is it a british then, is the fact that people are donating to charity or a these methods of restraint. itjust actually— it's heartbreaking to know combination that they have done that of all three? yes, i think it probably is, i think it is a bit to him. of actually— it's heartbreaking to know that they have done that to himm is very easy to put someone in a everything. at christmas, people chairand strap them wa nt to is very easy to put someone in a chair and strap them in, is very easy to put someone in a everything. at christmas, people want to help raise money for chairand strap them in, to is very easy to put someone in a chair and strap them in, to keep them—to make life a lot easier for charity, but also we want them—to make life a lot easier for the staff. but certainly it wasn't a to make people laugh and have fun and dance good thing for harry. schools might around the living room singing have to look after children with about complex needs, for children like sausage rolls. so hopefully, it is a harry, who have no other way of bit of all three. what was it communicating but by their like recording this track? you recorded behaviour. but harry's family is it at abbey road. we did, represented by one of northern yes. we ireland's top human rights who had to do something a bit more rock argues restrictive actresses are a and roll them up we did last year, breach of fundamental rights. so we and roll them up we did last year, so we wanted to do abbey road. it is people mad, isn‘t it? i was at overseeing children with very special needs such as presented here have a very difficultjob to abbey road, it is amazing. why do. it isa have a very difficultjob to do. it is a demanding job, but that can't don't we relive be at the expense of the interests that moment from yesterday when he found out it was number one with of the young child. in my view, the your other half, roxanne, let‘s look fa cts of the young child. in my view, the facts as presented here point at this. clearly to a breach of the human official christmas number rights act. the department for
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education in northern ireland told brea kfast, two. education in northern ireland told breakfast, while reasonable force is ladbaby makes charter history, being allowed, schools should report the first act ever to deliver incidents. however, there is no two legal obligation to do so. this christmas number one singles back to week, scotland announced new back. stormzy, guidance. it bans restraint ed sheeran, and burner seclusion to discipline children and boy, number introduces a new dataset to ensure two. she screams consistent recording of incidents. the welsh government told us they too are consulting on measures to limit the use of restrictive practices. the department for education in england told breakfast thank you we will always back so much! head teachers on oh, my discipline, but restraint should only be used when absolutely necessary. again, there is no god! i legal obligation to love that reaction from roxanne. also, the fact that it is slightly report incidents. delayed. i mean, campaigners say they will continue to fight on for that statutory yes. icouldn't change. not only to report believe that many people have seen incidents, but to end them. that was breakfast‘s me cry, i cannot believe i cried. jayne mccubbin reporting. joining us now is but it was so overwhelming. all mother i and campaigner beth can say is thank you to everyone that got behind it. are you morrison. good morning to you. thanks for going to coming in. you know all go for a third time next year? three about this, ina go for a third time next year? three don't you, from your son. in a row. i don't know, everybody
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just tell is asking me this, i don‘t know. i us don't you, from your son. just tell us what happened to him. helen have run out of sausage roll songs, was 11 years old, a haven‘t i? run out of sausage roll songs, haven't i? is it time very small 11—year—old —— callum. for may be in the current nutritional nine years ago he came home from school, this climate, we could go for a vegan sausage lips were blue, and he collapsed in roll. my arms. he had quite serious if we can make it work, i injuries, a lot need a collaboration, i need lewis capaldi of bruising, and to sing with me. ask him now. lewis, injuries, a lot of bruising, and injuries consistent with positional if you are watching, pick up the asphyxia. and i found injuries consistent with positional asphyxia. and ifound out from the phone, let‘s make it happen. school that callum had been if you are watching, pick up the restrained for what they phone, let's make it happen. you heard it here first. if it does termed happen. has anybody behaviour, and four adults had taken him to the floor face responded to down until he couldn't breathe. he lost you, stormzy, anyone on social consciousness, and he urinated, and media that has reached out to congratulate then we picked you? not that i have seen, —— they picked but i have not really been on social media him up and strapped into a since i found out. ijust sat at have not really been on social media chair and stood since i found out. i just sat at a bar last night and i had a few too over him with an egg timer to many to drink. but indicate he was being punished. and everyone, people there was no accountability, and i like stormzy and the lewis capaldi became very vocal, and the more tweeted me in the run—up to it so vocal i became, the more i started that was nice, thank you to those to hear from other parents that quys that was nice, thank you to those guys for helping support and these things had happened to their forgetting behind this. and child. and i have been campaigning the in scotland for nine years, and this crucial question, would you sit down
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week the scottish government agreed and have a sausage roll with stormzy to produce robust national and have a sausage roll with stormzy and lewis ca paldi and have a sausage roll with stormzy and lewis capaldi question but i would sit down and have a sausage guidance to produce robust national guidance roll with anyone that wants to protect children it, yes, like callum. and absolutely! be honest, are you not we have sorted it in sick of sausage rolls? scotland, but we have sorted it in scotland, but never, never, we need to make sure that england iam wearing sick of sausage rolls? never, never, i am wearing it, always, never! of and ireland and wales equally course! thank you very much, protect our children from this kind congratulations again and have a of treatment. and that's what i'm fantastic christmas. thank you, here to do. what was merry christmas, everyone, and the school's thanks for downloading.” response when you confronted them merry christmas, everyone, and thanks for downloading. i remember him last year when he got his first about this? unbelievably, they were number one and! him last year when he got his first number one and i said, we would very calm. they didn't understand why i was complaining. this never see him again. one hit wonder, he said. seems to two, maybe bea three, maybe! that‘s all from us here why i was complaining. this seems to be a default response to children on breakfast today, but roger who have complex and nina will be back tomorrow, from six. additional support enjoy your day, goodbye. needs. i represent 720 hgppy happy shopping. families from all over the uk whose child has been affected by this, and the evidence that i have tells me that restraint seclusion is being used for discipline, to punish children. and the vast majority of the children that i represent our seven years
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old and under, 60% are under seven. but criminal logically, these children may be four, five, six years old, but cognitively they are operating ata but cognitively they are operating at a much younger level. they don't have the communication skills, a lot of them are non—verbal, so they can't say i'm hungry, and thirsty, i'm in can't say i'm hungry, and thirsty, i'm in pain, and when those needs continue to go unmet, the child becomes distressed, and the distress is seen as a challenging behaviour. jayne's piece included a statement from the department of this is bbc news, i‘m shaun ley. education. it the headlines at said every child should 10.00: a ‘catastrophic fire be treated warning‘ is issued for parts with respect and dignity, but it of eastern australia, goes on to say we will always back including sydney, amid record—breaking head teachers on discipline and we have clear expectations about how temperatures restraint should be used. and it should only happen when it is following months of absolutely necessary. but you are severe drought. saying that doesn't go far enough as far as you are concerned. all we saw the smoke and fire basically
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children have the right to be rushing towards us over treated with dignity and respect. the uk government are correct in the hill, that. however, they also have a and basically, every minute it right to be protected from any kind was of cruel and probably another kilometre closer. eventually, it just hit inhumane treatment. and probably another kilometre closer. eventually, itjust hit our fence and we were in scotland we have completely banned the use of fitted there at the comic physical punishment. smacking. house. smacking, yes. the government approves the takeover of uk defence and aerospace specialist cobham —— use by an american company. a man who confronted the fishermongers‘ hall of physical attacker with a narwal tusk describes his "deep hurt" that he couldn‘t punishment. and here is the uk save the two people who died. government, the westminster prince philip spends the night in hospital in london, government, the westminster to be treated for what‘s government, saying in their guidance being described as a that they produced in june pre—existing government, saying in their guidance that they produced injune this year that, if you use condition. restraint or seclusion as a disciplinary penalty, in other words as a punishment, and coming up in half an hour, that's ok. i don't think lucy hedges rounds up some of the travel show‘s best that's ok. and that's what we adventures from 2019. need to look at. so you have been campaigning for the best pa rt so you have been campaigning for the best part of a decade now for change. now that these guidelines have come in in scotland, how do you feel about that? i am very pleased. 0bviously feel about that? i am very pleased. obviously it's been a long, difficult road. the government
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haven't always been an agreement, but this week, they are aware there is an but this week, they are aware there is an announcement but this week, they are aware there is an announcement that more is going to be done to protect children. scotland has decided to incorporate the uncrc into domestic law, so that will give children further protection when that happens, but england is sadly lagging behind, and the cases that i am hearing from families in england are am hearing from families in england a re utterly am hearing from families in england are utterly horrific. and what would you say, if somebody from the department of education says we say we will do this sparingly, and only when absolutely necessary that we would allow it, that there might be a teacher who is facing a particularly maybe violent or challenging child and he feels there is nothing else they can do in this situation but restrain them. do you withdraw their powers? do you stop them being able to control class by restricting the way they can handle that kid? i not here to represent
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children who engage in wilful behaviour. i am children who engage in wilful behaviour. iam here children who engage in wilful behaviour. i am here to represent our most vulnerable. and these children do not have the developmental capability to challenge willingly. their behaviour isa challenge willingly. their behaviour is a response to distress. we will never be able to ban the use of restraint, because you must always have a duty of care, and if a child is going to run into a road orjump into deep water, of course you would hold them back. but what i am saying that we need to be doing in schools is to give staff the support, the skills and expertise to actually do everything proactively to prevent the distress. because if we don't have the distress and we meet the children's needs, there is no behaviour for the children i represent, and that's really what i'm trying to advocate. we have to leave it there, i am sorry. but thank you very much indeed for coming. how is callum doing? he is doing very well, he is a lovely young man. you talked about the
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response before, and to add to that, the department of education has published new guidance on this in the summer. campaigners say it doesn't go far enough. in wales they say they are consulting on measures to promote limiting the use of restrictive practices and in northern ireland they say any changes to their current policy will be for a future minister to consider. we will have the headlines 01:32:23,542 --> 858993221:52:36,719 coming 858993221:52:36,719 --> 1717986442:12:49,896 up 1717986442:12:49,896 --> 2576979662:33:03,074 in 2576979662:33:03,074 --> 3435972882:53:16,252 a 3435972882:53:16,252 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 second.
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