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have it then at shocked, appalled, i have it then at the house of commons terrace and spent time with members of parliament but evenjust spent time with members of parliament but even just what's been said, it's a normalisation of it thatis said, it's a normalisation of it that is so shocking. i'm sure it's true that this is a small minority but nevertheless, to feel that you can watch... if it turns out to be true. i do think this person does deserve due process in the presumption of innocence and an independent investigation to determine the veracity of the claims. but if they are true, in any other workplace you watch pornography, you lose yourjob. i would've thinks the suspension of the whip is the absolute least this retribution of this person could raise once it's established that he did indeed watch pawn and house of commons. due did indeed watch pawn and house of commons. , ., , . , commons. due to its culture problem within west minister? _ commons. due to its culture problem within west minister? it _ commons. due to its culture problem within west minister? it sounds - commons. due to its culture problem within west minister? it sounds to . within west minister? it sounds to me. well within west minister? it sounds to me- well if _ within west minister? it sounds to me- well if you — within west minister? it sounds to me. well if you have _ within west minister? it sounds to me. well if you have a _ within west minister? it sounds to me. well if you have a prominentl me. well if you have a prominent conservative minister saying that there are people, men in parliament
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who are behaving like animals and the casual disregard, the misogyny, the casual disregard, the misogyny, the stories, commits the litany of stories and the corroboration of the testimony of many female mps that i think is most shocking. itjust feels that it's way behind the times, 50 years out of date. it shouldn't happen 50 years ago but to hear this in the mother of parliaments in the seat of our democracy is tremendously depressing. democracy is tremendously depressing-— democracy is tremendously de-aressin. , depressing. they are supposed come at the front page _ depressing. they are supposed come at the front page story _ depressing. they are supposed come at the front page story here - depressing. they are supposed come at the front page story here under i at the front page story here under the picture of the queen looking very happy and healthy. it's the pm according to borisjohnson, the sale of channel 4 could mean more jobs of channel 4 could mean morejobs in leeds. jessica, do you believe him when he says that?— when he says that? yes. i think could is doing _ when he says that? yes. i think could is doing out _ when he says that? yes. i think could is doing out a _ when he says that? yes. i think could is doing out a lot - when he says that? yes. i think could is doing out a lot of- could is doing out a lot of heavy lifting _ could is doing out a lot of heavy lifting there. the sale of channel 4 could _ lifting there. the sale of channel 4 could mean is newjobs in leads at all. could mean is newjobs in leads at all which— could mean is newjobs in leads at all which is—
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could mean is newjobs in leads at all. which is something boris johnson _ all. which is something boris johnson in his later comments doesn't — johnson in his later comments doesn't actually rule out because the consultation which is coming out -- came _ the consultation which is coming out -- came out— the consultation which is coming out —— came out today, borisjohnson doesn't _ —— came out today, borisjohnson doesn't say— —— came out today, borisjohnson doesn't say whether they'll be anyone — doesn't say whether they'll be anyone buying the corporation will have to _ anyone buying the corporation will have to assure them of that. but there's_ have to assure them of that. but there's no, — have to assure them of that. but there's no, the papers asking him repeatedly— there's no, the papers asking him repeatedly and he effectively won't concede _ repeatedly and he effectively won't concede that. and tori mps especially your territories have raised — especially your territories have raised a — especially your territories have raised a lot of concern about whether— raised a lot of concern about whether this promise leveling up by channel— whether this promise leveling up by channel 4 _ whether this promise leveling up by channel 4 moving many of its operations to lead will ever actually _ operations to lead will ever actually happen. channel 4 itself when _ actually happen. channel 4 itself when it— actually happen. channel 4 itself when it was trying to fight against privatisation and put forward the offer _ privatisation and put forward the offer of — privatisation and put forward the offer of huge new okina skills centre — offer of huge new okina skills centre which it said it could build, training _ centre which it said it could build, training apprentices, training people — training apprentices, training people and broadcast media and all
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of that— people and broadcast media and all of that rejected. it's difficult to see how— of that rejected. it's difficult to see how any private operation is going _ see how any private operation is going to — see how any private operation is going to be able to compete with those _ going to be able to compete with those kind of opportunities versus what _ those kind of opportunities versus what channel 4 says it can author do not offer~ _ what channel 4 says it can author do not offer. ~ ., what channel 4 says it can author do not offer-_ i _ what channel 4 says it can author do not offer._ i read - what channel 4 says it can author do not offer._ i read the - not offer. matthew? i read the quote in the story — not offer. matthew? i read the quote in the story that _ not offer. matthew? i read the quote in the story that you _ not offer. matthew? i read the quote in the story that you sent _ not offer. matthew? i read the quote in the story that you sent through - in the story that you sent through and i like to think of myself is reasonably centrist when it comes to british politics boa borisjohnson talks, i'm finding it more more difficult believe what he says. he's got such a track record bluster, straightforward of deceit that i think a reasonable person would find it difficult to find credence in what he said without a great deal of corroboration.— corroboration. let's finish off on the independent. _ corroboration. let's finish off on the independent. this _ corroboration. let's finish off on | the independent. this front-page the independent. this front—page picture of ben stokes and it reads five years after a street fight threatened his career ben stokes has been named england test captain. it is redemption like this... while
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clearly it is possible. what do you make of it, is he at the right man for thejob? make of it, is he at the right man forthejob? i make of it, is he at the right man for the job?— for the “ob? i don't know. it's a ve for the job? i don't know. it's a very good _ for the job? i don't know. it's a very good cricketer, _ for the job? i don't know. it's a very good cricketer, all - very good cricketer, all rounder, audacious player, a great risk taker. he displayed some extraordinary innings. and some wonderful spells in bowling. sometimes the captaincy has been described as a poisoned chalice. i just remember when in the 1980s, it weighed him down, he wasn't quite as effective. it's a question whether ben stokes thrives under the additional pressure and scrutiny, whether it's a making of him as a person, as a cricketer or it turns out to be that poisoned chalice. it has been for many before in english cricket history.— cricket history. okay. thank you so much for that. _ thank you both forjoining us for this edition of the papers. matthew syed and jessica elgot
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will be back again at 11:30. don't go anywhere. sports coming up in a couple of minutes. good evening i'm tulsen tollett and this is your sports news and it was a big night of european football, west ham and rangers were both looking to make history against german opposition in their europa league semi—finals. joe lynskey was watching. for the first time in a while west ham store is a nice fell flat. beat in the first leg by frankfurt but it could still change. over two legs there's so much time but the german opponents were in a hurry. frankfurt scored in the first minute and 3000 fanatics made the noise in east london. but to get this far west ham has been resilient. on the stretch
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was antonio and they hoped the breakthrough would bring more. frankfurt in ninth back home but in the europa league they've been extraordinary. in the last round they beat barcelona now they pass through teams themselves. west ham need a rethink for when they go there next thursday butjust need a rethink for when they go there next thursday but just want moment could bring them level. this was a night where things just didn't come off. rangers lost in leipzig but stayed in touch. for most fans at 1-0 but stayed in touch. for most fans at 1—0 is still a first good light result. leipzig are in the bundesliga top four. for now rangers just had to keep the ball from goal by any means. if you expected them to win here, still they might have struck on the counter. and as rangers grew in confidence so too they got some lock. rb missed the
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best chance of the match but then scored one from distance. only a great goal broke the rangers resolve and now they know what's coming. in the noise back home at i boxed this team believe that a one goal deficit can still be turned round. so in glasgow and in london the last four started flat but they are is still hope. and in the europa conference league — the third tier of european club competition — it's all square after the first leg between brendan rodgers' leicester city and jose mourinho's roma. roma took the lead in the first half, a through ball found lorenzo pellegrini in space in the penalty area, and he beat kasper schmeichel. but leicester got themselves back into contention after the break — ademola lookman pressured roma defender gianluca mancini into putting the ball into his own net. so it's i—i going into the second leg in rome next thursday. manchester united will have to win their last three league games to avoid their worst points tally
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in the premier league era after drawing 1—1 with chelsea this evening. despite dominating much of the first half it took chelsea an hour to break the deadlock at old trafford. marcos alonso eventually finding a way past david de gea. theirjoy was short lived though. just two minutes later cristiano ronaldo bagged his seventeenth goal of the season to rescue a draw for united. they remain sixth, five points behind arsenal in fourth, but having played two games more. staying with united, their interim boss ralf rangnick is considering an offer to take over as austria's national coach. i will definitely continue after the end of the season with my consultancy role, this is what we have agreed between the club and myself. that will be happening and am very much looking forward to that was obvious, this consultancy role will give me some time and space for otherjobs.
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liverpool managerjurgen klopp has signed a contract extension that will keep him at the club until 2026, meaning his plans to take a break in 2024 at the end of his original deal have been put on hold. the sa year old german manager joined the club in 2015 and since then has guided them to their first league title in 30 years and also a sixth european crown. his side are still on for a quadruple this season — they've already won the league cup, are in the fa cup final, have one foot in the champions league final, and arejust a point behind manchester city in the premier league. chelsea's women stretched their lead over arsenal at the top of the women's super league to four points by beating tottenham 2—1. beth england's opener was cancelled out by kerys harrop's equaliser before sam kerr struck the winner for the blues. chelsea have played a game more than title rivals arsenal, but will secure a third consecutive league title if they win theirfinal two games. ben stokes has told the ecb that he expects james anderson and stuart broad to come back into the england reckoning after they were dropped from the tour of west indies earlier this year. stokes's first series
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as the new test captain will be against new zealand injune. the 30 year old all—rounder takes over from joe root who stood down earlier this month. everything that's happened will stand him in good stead for what is now going to do and is also at the point where you end up maturing, like we all do when you get a bit older. and you start understanding where you have to box level at times it had to go out there and you have to make sure you notjust going out there being superman and doing everything you possibly can, you gotta learn to delegate. all that type of stuff. and that's what ben stokes will do. and that's what ben stokes will do. the world snooker championship saw the semi—finals under way today in sheffield, six—time champion ronnie o'sullivan taking on four—time winner john higgins in the evening session. despite trailing 3—1 at the mid session interval the rocket turned it around after the break finishing with a century break for the packed crucible crowd, and the players will now resume tomorrow afternoon all level at four frames each. earlier, the 2019 championjudd trump made a fantastic start against the three time winner
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mark williams — and leads 7 frames to 1 after the first session. they'll return tomorrow morning with seventeen frames the target. huddersfield giants bounced back from successive super league defeats to win14—12 away to wakefield trinity. it took until late in the game but theo fages kicked through for ricky leutele to pounce on it and hand ian watson's side victory which lifts them up to fourth. for more on that and everything else she could head to the bbc sport website. and that's all the sport for now. hello. much of the uk's been stuck under cloud today, and especially for the midlands and northern england, it's felt quite cold. just single figure top temperatures in a few spots here. whereas in some sunshine in north east scotland, up to around 16 degrees. high pressure still here. that gives another mainly dry day tomorrow. weatherfronts, though, approaching for the weekend, so there are some changes
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on the way. we'll look at that in a moment. some of the cloud that's built today will clear into tonight. keeping quite a bit, though, through eastern parts. northern and eastern scotland and perhaps south east england, the chance of seeing a shower, but most here will stay dry. in terms of frost, well, the blue indicating where there's a chance into the morning, northern ireland, southern scotland and northern england in particular. and overall tomorrow, it's looking like a brighter, sunnier day. still be a lot of cloud across east and south east england that may well take much of the day before we see it clears away and allows some sunshine to come through. but elsewhere, with sunnier skies, it'll feel warmer, up to around 17 degrees in glasgow. central and eastern parts of scotland just picking up a few showers into the afternoon. now, earlier these showers will fade away on friday evening, then getting into friday night, we see the rain just edging in from the west. and that is connected to that weather system, weatherfronts and rain moving in for the weekend, initially into scotland and northern ireland. some decent rain in places here,
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and that will move southwards overnight into sunday, will weaken as it does so. so, there's a hint of a little rain in parts of wales and england, but probably not as much as many people would want right now. so, here is the weekend. saturday first, and the rain moving into northern ireland, scotland, heaviest in the west, into parts of northern england, north wales later on. ahead of that, some sunny spells, turning increasingly hazy, and this is where we'll see the day's highest temperatures. as we saw earlier, this system moves south overnight and into sunday. still has some showery rain before petering out on sunday from wales and england. a lot of cloud left behind. some sunny spells developing in scotland and northern ireland. with a chance of a shower, it'll be a warmer feeling day on sunday. whereas actually by then, in wales and england, it'll feel cooler with the cloudier conditions. now, on monday, a lot of cloud around, a few sunny spells for the bank holiday, you may pick up a shower, most won't. a greater chance of showers on tuesday. before then, as the week goes on, a new area of high pressure moves in, and that means a lot
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of dry weather again.
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welcome to newsday, reporting live from singapore. i'm karishma vaswani. the headlines: the head of the united nations sees for himself the price paid by civilians during russia's invasion of ukraine. the war is an absurdity in the 21st century. the war is evil. president biden has asked the us congress for $33 billion in extra support for ukraine. we'll be speaking to the former us envoy dennis ross about what that might achieve. also coming up on newsday: we report from shanghai, where the government has made a small concession to the zero covid strategy. and indonesia bans palm oil exports, but will it really
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tackle rising prices?

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