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really pleased -- time. russia. i'm really pleased —— time. i'm pleased that we havejob biden as president because that means some of the stuff will be a little bit more coherent and we can do it with the uk as well and i like that. obviously the big question is what is it having a impact was that there is it having a impact was that there is a frosty reaction from moscow. but whether this. something, we will have to wait and see. obviously we have to wait and see. obviously we have china, we know both of these countries are very good at hacking and they are also, it starts to interfere with democracy or how elections may be. these are really scary, significant things that they need to be addressed. we are looking back at that picture of vladimir putin on the front page of the financial times. putin on the front page of the financialtimes. i putin on the front page of the financial times. i can see that he's got a magnifying glass on his desk was that i do not know entirely why thatis was that i do not know entirely why that is but that might come in useful for whatever documents come across his desk. how do you see, you probably can't see it there but there it is. it probably can't see it there but there it is-_ there it is. it looks like a very fancy does. — there it is. it looks like a very fancy does, lots _ there it is. it looks like a very fancy does, lots of— there it is. it looks like a very
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fancy does, lots of gold. - there it is. it looks like a very fancy does, lots of gold. i - there it is. it looks like a very - fancy does, lots of gold. i always studied the _ fancy does, lots of gold. i always studied the desk. _ fancy does, lots of gold. i always studied the desk. i _ fancy does, lots of gold. i always studied the desk. i love - fancy does, lots of gold. i always studied the desk. i love desk. . fancy does, lots of gold. i always i studied the desk. i love desk. how do you see the us, russia relationship.— do you see the us, russia relationship. do you see the us, russia relationshi. ., ., , ., , ., relationship. how do you see that relationship _ relationship. how do you see that relationship was _ relationship. how do you see that relationship was like _ relationship. how do you see that relationship was like i _ relationship. how do you see that relationship was like i think- relationship. how do you see that relationship was like i think frosty is probably the word for it. the fte writes _ is probably the word for it. the fte writes that— is probably the word for it. the fte writes that moscow's reaction was immediately to say that initially positive — immediately to say that initially positive phone call early in the week— positive phone call early in the week has— positive phone call early in the week has essentially now been soured — week has essentially now been soured i— week has essentially now been soured. i think as they were to be honest _ soured. i think as they were to be honest. �* ., . ~ soured. i think as they were to be honest. 1, . ~ ., , ., , honest. back to the daily telegraph to one of the _ honest. back to the daily telegraph to one of the stories _ honest. back to the daily telegraph to one of the stories of— honest. back to the daily telegraph to one of the stories of the - honest. back to the daily telegraph to one of the stories of the day. - to one of the stories of the day. which i've been trying to understand for top mns sues aldi of a fake call and caterpillar. as far as i understand that you've got the mns cake which is calling and you've got the aldi cake which the knock—off is cast bert and mns hates that. someone put on twitter there's about ten of these cakes. which was the
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original? marks & spencer as i believe in 1990. there are a lot of copies in some varying similarities. the aldi one is very close. and aldi, from a distance they look the same. marks & spencer say look, it's a lovely old dig, ours are made with and freshness. i did. i got this feeling that the stories got some legs. i feeling that the stories got some le . s. ., , feeling that the stories got some lens. ., , , ., ., ., legs. i only “ust got that. i got in trouble legs. i onlyjust got that. i got in trouble when _ legs. i onlyjust got that. i got in trouble when i _ legs. i onlyjust got that. i got in trouble when i was _ legs. i onlyjust got that. i got in trouble when i was talking - legs. i onlyjust got that. i got in trouble when i was talking about i trouble when i was talking about this story about some colleagues i've never heard of the call in the caterpillar cake. i don't know what happened, i never, ever had it. i had a slice this evening. i'm sure that casbert is equally delicious. anna, what do you of the story? i think it's brilliant. it definitely
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has legs— think it's brilliant. it definitely has legs as simon said. simon, if ou can't has legs as simon said. simon, if you can'tiust _ has legs as simon said. simon, if you can'tjust keep _ has legs as simon said. simon, if you can'tjust keep doing - has legs as simon said. simon, if you can'tjust keep doing it. - has legs as simon said. simon, if you can'tjust keep doing it. can't try to copyright the forefingers, i don't know if that necessarily worked out. wasn't tobler own saying no, we are the ones with the triangular blocks. should we be taking, i don't intellectual property is incredibly serious when it comes to movies and films should be taken cake or a seriously? i suppose the biggest picture aldi have got a track record and they've been wrapped over the knuckles a few times before because they get very, very close. it's a cheeky way of doing something. it may turn into something bigger and whether they are going to change their philosophy, will have to wait and see. ~ ., ., ., philosophy, will have to wait and see. ., ., ., see. we have not so far covered the lobb and see. we have not so far covered the lobby and scandal— see. we have not so far covered the lobby and scandal which _ see. we have not so far covered the lobby and scandal which has - see. we have not so far covered the lobby and scandal which has been i see. we have not so far covered the | lobby and scandal which has been no doubt and are probably occupying an awful lot of your time over the last few days. but the daily telegraph has had a little bit of room for it. right in the bottom you have to hunt for it there is the current eight
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cartoon, state more than two metres away from x prime ministers. mills away from x prime ministers. nails that as usual. _ away from x prime ministers. nails that as usual. not _ away from x prime ministers. nails that as usual. not yet _ away from x prime ministers. nails that as usual. not yet happening. simon. _ that as usual. not yet happening. simon, does not cartoon summit up? yeah, i thought was very smart. there is a very serious issue under this but yeah, it's a nice line, i like it. i will see you both in about a0 minutes or so. that's it for the papers this hour. if you are in the uk simon and anna will be back in about a0 minutes' time to look at more stories being covered by newspapers and websites. goodbye for now. good evening, i'm austin halewood with your latest sports news. it's been a great night for english clubs in the europa league.
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arsenal and manchester united have both made it through to the semi—finals. united beat granada 2—nil at old trafford to comfortably go through as a—nil winners on aggregate. but it was arsenal who had the result of the night. the gunners were relentless in the czech republic as they put four past slavia prague, to go through as 5—1winners over their two legs. joe lynskey rounds up the action. arsenal want to keep a 25 year run going. forthe arsenal want to keep a 25 year run going. for the last quarter of the century they've always played in europe. but to qualify again they may have to win the europa league. this night and proud takes them a step closer. love you hadn't lost at home for a 21 games. but arsenal were... that goal started six minutes that sealed the tie. soon arsenal had a penalty 31 on aggregate. for sacca trophy would
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help them stand out even more. he's stilljust 19 and wants to play for england this summer. goes like this make them hard to ignore. this was one of arsenal is best night of the season. against a side who'd roughed up season. against a side who'd roughed up to british teams before. lack is that danced around them for for —— nil. arsenal look to the next round against theirformer nil. arsenal look to the next round against their former manager. manchester united won this tournament four years ago this year there front lines been too much for most teams. cavalli own gold made a comfortable against granada they go into the 70s. it could all lead to a final between two primary clubs arsenal there would be more at stake. a20 sixth year in europe, it will all depend on this trophy. well arsenal's win will have given a boost to their captain pierre emerick—aubameyang. he missed tonight's game
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after revealing on social media that he's contracted malaria. he picked up the illness when he recently returned to gabon on international duty. he says he'll be back back "stronger than ever — soon". and the draw for the semi—finals was made before tonight's games, so we know arsenal will face villereal — while manchester united will play roma. the first legs will be two weeks tonight. sheffield wednesday manager darren moore has revealed he's contracted pneumonia. moore has suffered complications, including blood clots on the lungs, following a recent bout of coronavirus. he only returned to the touchline for tuesday's championship defeat by swansea, following a spell in self—isolation — but he'll now take a further unspecified period of leave. now it's turning it quite the week for dan evans. the british number one won his first match on clay for four years
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on monday and now he's beaten novak djokovic at the monte carlo masters. evans had never faced the current world number one before, and on his least favourite surface, he pulled off the biggest win of his career. as jim lumsden reports. not many gave him a chance, but evans had never played a djokovic, so anything was possible. the perfect start for the british number one, an immediate break of serve. djokovic had lavish praise on evans this week, calling him smart, explosive, and possessing a great variety in his game. the momentum had been building for evans, a first atp title injanuary, two victories on clay this week, his first in almost four years on the red stuff. and soon, the first that was his 6—a. evans burns him with a past. attempted to regain control, sending evans around the court, but the briton looked drained but dove deep. he served for the match. evans held his nerve
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for the biggest win of his career, a straight sets victory over the world number two ——one who hadn't played badly — his opponent had just been superb. jim lunsden, bbc news. of course i doubted myself in those matches, in the match, you know, serving it out is not easy, you know? you've got all sorts running through your head. so i'm just happy with how it went. you know, it'll be one to savour for maybe after the tournament, to tell the kids and grandkids you beat the world number one. it's nice. meanwhile, great britain have named their team for friday's billiejean king cup play—off tie with mexico — what is the revamped fed cup. there's a return for katie boulter in the first match. she suffered a stress fracture in her back the last time she played for britain two years ago — she's been picked ahead of the higher ranked harriet dart. there's nojohanna konta though,
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so heather watson leads the team. victory would put them through to a one off qualifier, the winner of which competes in a new—look 12 team final in april next year. we now know the draw for the first round of this year's world snooker championship — and ronnie o'sullivan begins his quest for a record—equalling seventh world title against debutant markjoyce, who's ranked a6th in the world. elsewhere, uk championship winner neil robertson starts against liang wenbo, while the world number one judd trump will face liam highfield. molly renshaw looks set for a place at tokyo 2020 after winning gold and setting a new british record in the 200 metre breaststroke, at the olympic trials in london. renshaw finished in two minutes and 20.89 seconds to knock just over a second off the previous record. second—placed abbie wood is likely tojoin her injapan. scotland will be without captain
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rachel malcolm for their six nations match against italy this weekend. evie gallagher comes in to take her place, for her first start. that's one of four changes by the scots. the winners on sunday will go on to meet either france or ireland in a third—place play—off. and that's all the sport for now. have a very good night. hello there. it's turning chilly quickly this evening, but it was a fine spring day for much of the country. the sun was certainly out across western scotland, and it was in the west of scotland that we saw highest the temperatures, around 15 celsius. quite a bit cooler, though, in the north easterly breeze for the southeast of england and east anglia, where we saw more cloud and some showers. those showers having drifted down towards hampshire will fade away overnight, and it's going to turn dry and clear in most areas. there will be some mist and fog patches forming across parts of the southeast later on in the night. quite a widespread frost again,
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temperatures similar to where we had them last night, maybe a little bit milder, though across northern ireland and the northwest of scotland, where we've got that southerly breeze that'll continue into tomorrow. mist and fog patches will clear fairly readily, i think i'm in the morning. a sunny start for most, then the cloud will tend to bubble up and spread out a bit in [and across the uk. so the best of the sunshine around coastal areas. away from the northwest of scotland, where we've got some rain arriving in the western isles. otherwise, it's a dry day, similar temperatures to today — could make 15 celsius through the central belt of scotland and around the marie firth. but the pollen levels are going to be high. we're in the peak of the tree pollen season, and levels will be higher across east anglia and the southeast than they were today because it'll be dry with some sunshine. high pressure is in charge of our weather as we head into the weekend. it's keeping these weather fronts at bay. overnight, any rain in the northwest of scotland will fade away. and it looks like saturday will be a dry day. again, breezy towards western scotland and northern ireland. the sunshine may turn a bit hazy. for many parts of the uk, it's going to be dry with some
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lengthy spells of sunshine and light winds, too. and temperatures may be peaking at 1a—15 celsius again, and that's near—normal for this time of year. as we head into the second half of the weekend, we start to see these weather fronts pushing further into the uk from off the atlantic — that means more cloud for scotland and northern ireland on sunday, and perhaps some patchy light rain in the northwest of scotland, western parts of northern ireland. some of the cloud could push into england and wales. it looks dry here, though, the sunnier skies towards eastern parts of england and through the midlands. and temperatures will be higher here — so those temperatures are finally rising as we lose the breeze from off the north sea, 15—16 celsius. as we head into next week, there's a lot of dry weather still, and it should be turning in most areas a little bit warmer, as well.
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this is bbc news with the latest headlines for viewers in the uk and around the world. president biden calls new sanctions on russia a proportionate and measured response to alleged russian interference in us elections and cyberattacks. the former minneapolis police officer derek chauvin invokes his constitutional right not to testify on the final crucial day of evidence at his trial. you understand that you have a fifth amendment privilege to remain silent? do you understand that? yes. the hong kong billionaire risking it all by speaking out — the bbc meetsjimmy lai, who is facing a sentence after being charged with breaking the territory's new security law. i'm prepared for the worst. if the worst comes, that means the most effective way that i can bring the world's attention to hong kong.
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buckingham palace sets out the plans for prince philip's funeral,

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