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hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the the papers will be bringing us tomorrow. with me are simon minty, the disability consultant and comedy producer and anna mikhailova, who is the deputy political editor of the mail on sunday. tomorrow's front pages, starting with... like many of tomorrow's papers, the daily telegraph leads on details of the duke of edinburgh's funeral — it writes that prince philip planned every element of his send—off over the past 18 years. the metro writes that princes william and harry will not walk side by side behind their grandfather's coffin at his funeral and will instead be separated by their cousin peter phillips. the sun adds that the brothers will be kept at arms length for the procession, in which it was confirmed today that no one would wear military uniforms. the daily mail has a picture
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of prince charles who was seen today with tears in his eyes as he read tributes to his father left by members of the public. the express writes that there will be time in the funeral procession for the queen to pause for a moment of reflection as she says her final farewell to her husband of 73 years. the times reports that britain and america accused russia of carrying out the biggest cyberattack on the west, describing it as �*an assault on democracies�*. the guardian reports that government officials have raised concerns about the mass expansion of rapid coronavirus testing — estimating that as few as 2 to 10% of positive results may be accurate in places with low covid rates. and the i writes that scientists have created a part human, we have created a part human, sort of got there in the let's look at some of these papers. will start with the daily mail. which as agony of charles. the picture of
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grief as the funeral plan pointedly separates princes, brothers apart. william and harry were last seen together in 2020. march. differences in any family sometimes cannot be overcome in a single day or a single ceremony. overcome in a single day or a single ceremon . ~ ,,., y overcome in a single day or a single ceremon . ~ ,,., , ., overcome in a single day or a single ceremony-— ceremony. absolutely of course there's come — ceremony. absolutely of course there's come so _ ceremony. absolutely of course there's come so soon _ ceremony. absolutely of course there's come so soon after- ceremony. absolutely of course l there's come so soon after prince harry and meg and michael's absolutely explosive oprah winfrey interview. of course the funeral is both seen as something where some people hope the brothers will have a chance to speak perhaps connect. improve the raft. but actually from what we are seeing from the plans the queen has clearly taken a very diplomatic stance on this and she's keeping them apart as they walk in. even as they sit in the chapel not only as they walked behind the coffin with peter phillips between them, even as they entered the
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chapel they will be kept separately and be seated separately. sources of also told her telegraph that peter phillips their cousin will act as an informal mediator as well on the day. there are still some hope that perhaps there might be some kind of rekindling for a step towards relationship. the sad thing is the brothers clearly are so far apart at the moment and that will be quite clear on the day.— clear on the day. simon, we have reflected on _ clear on the day. simon, we have reflected on the _ clear on the day. simon, we have reflected on the life _ clear on the day. simon, we have reflected on the life of _ clear on the day. simon, we have reflected on the life of prince - clear on the day. simon, we have| reflected on the life of prince over the next few days butjudging from the next few days butjudging from the number of front pages tonight who are focusing on princes william and harry, iwonder who are focusing on princes william and harry, i wonder if there is a risk of the royal family that that funeral itself will be more watch to see the division between the princes then rather as a remember of the life of the duke of edinburgh? it’s life of the duke of edinburgh? it's a aood life of the duke of edinburgh? it's a good point but also very sad point — a good point but also very sad point. within be watching i glance at what _ point. within be watching i glance at what they don't get each other
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and smile — at what they don't get each other and smile. this is a funeral of their— and smile. this is a funeral of their grandfather. we've also moved on straightaway, the four children charles_ on straightaway, the four children charles and edward and andrew who are going _ charles and edward and andrew who are going to be immediately behind the coffin — are going to be immediately behind the coffin. that almost kind of, brushed — the coffin. that almost kind of, brushed aside. i have this horrible fear in _ brushed aside. i have this horrible fear in a _ brushed aside. i have this horrible fear in a few— brushed aside. i have this horrible fear in a few years time it's good to be _ fear in a few years time it's good to be the — fear in a few years time it's good to be the crown is going to do some bil to be the crown is going to do some big story— to be the crown is going to do some big story about this and turn it into something. what we don't know, will they— into something. what we don't know, will they be _ into something. what we don't know, will they be publicly grieving because this is live televised or what _ because this is live televised or what happens when make go behind closed _ what happens when make go behind closed doors. yes we know there is a rift, closed doors. yes we know there is a rift. we _ closed doors. yes we know there is a rift. we know — closed doors. yes we know there is a rift, we know they want different paths _ rift, we know they want different paths but — rift, we know they want different paths but it does it mean to say they— paths but it does it mean to say they cant— paths but it does it mean to say they can't be cordial and sensible wheh _ they can't be cordial and sensible when this— they can't be cordial and sensible when this is a sombre occasion of someone — when this is a sombre occasion of someone they both loved. we are auoin to someone they both loved. we are going to look _ someone they both loved. we are going to look more _ someone they both loved. we are going to look more at _ someone they both loved. we are going to look more at the - someone they both loved. we are going to look more at the funeral| someone they both loved. we are l going to look more at the funeral of the instructions provided by the duke of edinburgh is laid out in the daily telegraph. it is a rather fascinating story. the front page of the telegraph, duke planned his funeral with military precision. he didn'tjust do it in a day, anna, he
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didn'tjust do it in a day, anna, he did it over 18 years. that didn'tjust do it in a day, anna, he did it over 18 years.— did it over 18 years. at least 18 ears did it over 18 years. at least 18 years they've _ did it over 18 years. at least 18 years they've said. _ did it over 18 years. at least 18 years they've said. i _ did it over 18 years. at least 18 years they've said. i think - did it over 18 years. at least 18 years they've said. i think this| years they've said. i think this comes back to the earlier question of will the princes be focusing on the day? i actually think the detail that has come out from the initial what they put out about the funeral is so personal to the duke, it's such a remembrance of his life, of his personality, of his military links. of course he actually thought it in the second world war. all of that will really come through. all the naval lengths the customise land rover, i think that will definitely be a huge focus on the day and be a really, really proper remembrance of his life. ., , , ., ., ., his life. you picked up on that land rover, i his life. you picked up on that land rover. i have _ his life. you picked up on that land rover, i have to _ his life. you picked up on that land rover, i have to give _ his life. you picked up on that land rover, i have to give some - his life. you picked up on that land rover, i have to give some of- his life. you picked up on that land rover, i have to give some of the l rover, i have to give some of the details of this because this is one of the best bets. his finaljourney will be made on a custom—built land rover defender td five. to get the
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model exactly right which he had been modifying since 2003. the last adjustments were made in 2019 to get the colour exactly right. simon, it is fascinating to look at some of the details was up it's clear that the details was up it's clear that the deed of edinburgh want to do every detail of his life to be remembered properly. you got to think how the royal family has had to adjust is that only 30 guests will be present. it’s to adjust is that only 30 guests will be present.— to adjust is that only 30 guests will be present. it's a good point. we for: et will be present. it's a good point. we forget that — will be present. it's a good point. we forget that this _ will be present. it's a good point. we forget that this is _ will be present. it's a good point. we forget that this is under - we forget that this is under covid-i9 _ we forget that this is under covid—19 restrictions. so it's very limited _ covid—19 restrictions. so it's very limited and — covid—19 restrictions. so it's very limited and i presume his wish list of people — limited and i presume his wish list of people to come has been severely restricted _ of people to come has been severely restricted. he does have three of his german — restricted. he does have three of his german family who are coming. i agree _ his german family who are coming. i agree with _ his german family who are coming. i agree with you, it really makes me smile. _ agree with you, it really makes me smile. the — agree with you, it really makes me smile, the detail about the action stations— smile, the detail about the action stations being sounded as he's lowered — stations being sounded as he's lowered into the royal vault. and he's got — lowered into the royal vault. and he's got his insignia that will be on the — he's got his insignia that will be on the altar reflecting his heritage from greece and denmark. yes, danish —
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from greece and denmark. yes, danish. just relate lovely pets. that _ danish. just relate lovely pets. that land _ danish. just relate lovely pets. that land rover kind of thought he might— that land rover kind of thought he might even have one of these horse andm _ might even have one of these horse and... .., ., might even have one of these horse and... ., ., �* ~ ., and... the carriage, i don't know who can get _ and... the carriage, i don't know who can get to — and... the carriage, i don't know who can get to drive _ and... the carriage, i don't know who can get to drive it _ and... the carriage, i don't know who can get to drive it he - and... the carriage, i don't know who can get to drive it he was i and... the carriage, i don't know| who can get to drive it he was the main one who did the driving. obviously, it wouldn't quite work. there _ obviously, it wouldn't quite work. there is— obviously, it wouldn't quite work. there is something joyful about how he has _ there is something joyful about how he has linked all of this together. yeah, _ he has linked all of this together. yeah, though one which is because it's so— yeah, though one which is because it's so private we are knocking to -et it's so private we are knocking to get the _ it's so private we are knocking to get the big — it's so private we are knocking to get the big state funeral which we normally— get the big state funeral which we normally get. and there will be people — normally get. and there will be people who want to pay their respects— people who want to pay their respects to the duke of edinburgh was up _ respects to the duke of edinburgh was up i _ respects to the duke of edinburgh was up i wonder for the future it will have — was up i wonder for the future it will have some sort of public event with those — will have some sort of public event with those who want to can do something. it with those who want to can do something-— with those who want to can do somethina. , , ., something. it will be interesting to see. something. it will be interesting to see- finally — something. it will be interesting to see. finally on _ something. it will be interesting to see. finally on the _ something. it will be interesting to see. finally on the front _ something. it will be interesting to see. finally on the front page, - something. it will be interesting to see. finally on the front page, the| see. finally on the front page, the associate editor has talked about the duke of york apparently sparking option and the choice of whether to wear civilian clothes or military close. in the queen having to step in. . �*
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close. in the queen having to step in. . ~ .., close. in the queen having to step in. . ~ ., , ., in. prince andrew came out first all raised eyebrows _ in. prince andrew came out first all raised eyebrows by _ in. prince andrew came out first all raised eyebrows by making - in. prince andrew came out first all raised eyebrows by making it - in. prince andrew came out first all raised eyebrows by making it a - in. prince andrew came out first all| raised eyebrows by making it a very public tribute to his father within days after his death. which quite a few fleabag days after his death. which quite a few flea bag few days after his death. which quite a few fleabag few people summoned up is his attempt to get it back into public life was up and shortly afterwards asked —— people. a rear admiral which is technically not given to him because of all the links with jeffrey given to him because of all the links withjeffrey epstein and the news interview and all of that. course i think the queen has thought rather wisely kill two birds with one stone by saying all of them will be wearing morning formal wear not military uniform. which both takes care of the entry request and the fact that harry won't be alone walking without his military uniform. a very wise way of detracting from these rifts that
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have absolutely dominated the royal family in the past year. to have absolutely dominated the royal family in the past year.— family in the past year. to the wider world _ family in the past year. to the wider world to _ family in the past year. to the wider world to the _ family in the past year. to the wider world to the times - family in the past year. to the - wider world to the times newspaper which looks at the west and russia. on the front page of the time, west condemns malign russia. moscow warned at the us and britain blame it for one of the biggest cyber attacks in history for that got me thinking, do you remembera attacks in history for that got me thinking, do you remember a few years ago hillary clinton decided to reset relations when she was secretary of state? she got that reset button. you must feel that nobody wants to use that button anytime they can pass it around for president wants to reset. how do you see those relations?— see those relations? normally when ou reset see those relations? normally when you reset say _ see those relations? normally when you reset say i _ see those relations? normally when you reset say i want _ see those relations? normally when you reset say i want to _ see those relations? normally when you reset say i want to improve - you reset say i want to improve them. _ you reset say i want to improve them. this — you reset say i want to improve them. this is something we haven't seen _ them. this is something we haven't seen for— them. this is something we haven't seen for a _ them. this is something we haven't seen for a few years. this is a president— seen for a few years. this is a president who is not in awe of the russian _ president who is not in awe of the russian president. the us president biden— russian president. the us president bidenjoined with the uk russian president. the us president biden joined with the uk and russian president. the us president bidenjoined with the uk and as russian president. the us president biden joined with the uk and as you said, _ biden joined with the uk and as you said. we've — biden joined with the uk and as you said, we've accused russia of these
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maligned _ said, we've accused russia of these maligned influence and attack on the west on— maligned influence and attack on the west on democracy itself. this links to the _ west on democracy itself. this links to the solar— west on democracy itself. this links to the solar wind hat that happened i to the solar wind hat that happened ithink. _ to the solar wind hat that happened i think, last year. over 200 organisations were impacted by this. essentially, joe biden is saying were _ essentially, joe biden is saying were going to put sanctions in and the us— were going to put sanctions in and the us has— were going to put sanctions in and the us has expelled like ten russian diplomats. the uk hasn't. we got rid of 23 and _ diplomats. the uk hasn't. we got rid of 23 and 2018 after not the child. there _ of 23 and 2018 after not the child. there is— of 23 and 2018 after not the child. there is stuff happening. i'm gonna sound _ there is stuff happening. i'm gonna sound a _ there is stuff happening. i'm gonna sound a lrit— there is stuff happening. i'm gonna sound a bit naive but it sounds like brushes _ sound a bit naive but it sounds like brushes like — sound a bit naive but it sounds like brushes like a naughty child. they want _ brushes like a naughty child. they want to— brushes like a naughty child. they want to take more in there i was trying _ want to take more in there i was trying to— want to take more in there i was trying to push it a little bit further~ _ trying to push it a little bit further. this feels like the us of the uk — further. this feels like the us of the uk saying no, you've got to 5t°p~ _ the uk saying no, you've got to 5t°p~ and — the uk saying no, you've got to 5t°p~ and i_ the uk saying no, you've got to stop. and i will see what the impact is. stop. and i will see what the impact is a _ stop. and i will see what the impact is a frosty— stop. and i will see what the impact is. a frosty reception so far from moscow — is. a frosty reception so far from moscow. and they are not thrilled by this. moscow. and they are not thrilled by this there _ moscow. and they are not thrilled by this. there is some stuff around trading — this. there is some stuff around trading in — this. there is some stuff around trading in russian stocks and that
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starting _ trading in russian stocks and that starting to— trading in russian stocks and that starting to wobble. i don't know, will have — starting to wobble. i don't know, will have to — starting to wobble. i don't know, will have to wait to see whether it calms _ will have to wait to see whether it calms things down or he want to reset— calms things down or he want to reset relations with the us. anna, how do you _ reset relations with the us. anna, how do you see — reset relations with the us. anna, how do you see relations - reset relations with the us. anna, how do you see relations between j how do you see relations between biden and putin given the fact that bynum in an interview said that putin was a killer?— bynum in an interview said that putin was a killer? frosty, at the start of the _ putin was a killer? frosty, at the start of the week _ putin was a killer? frosty, at the start of the week what _ putin was a killer? frosty, at the start of the week what was - start of the week what was interpreted as sort of a positive moment, quite a diplomatic call between the two. obviously with today's announcement that's all completely changed. and the sanctions impose a time around on trading over debt in russia has been quite hurtful already. the ruble has fallen off the back of it. as the papers are reporting moscow is very unhappy and we should wait and see if they respond and how. it will unhappy and we should wait and see if they respond and how.— if they respond and how. it will be very interesting _ if they respond and how. it will be very interesting to _ if they respond and how. it will be very interesting to see _ if they respond and how. it will be very interesting to see a - if they respond and how. it will be very interesting to see a summit i very interesting to see a summit between biden and putin. you remember they used to be reasonably
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friendly meetings between him and us presidents until there was a very frosty meeting with obama towards the end. i shall be watching both as a summit enthusiasts as well as a presidential desk enthusiast. we are going to move now to the i newspaper. a story about science. it does take some time to take in. i will read the headline. part human, part monkey embryo is created by scientists. just to help us out there's a couple of subtitles major bank to has congenital diseases but raises ethical concerns. another subtitle embryo is to keep hybrid embryos alive for 90 days. i subtitle embryo is to keep hybrid embryos alive for 90 days. i have to acknowledge — embryos alive for 90 days. i have to acknowledge a _ embryos alive for 90 days. i have to acknowledge a deep _ embryos alive for 90 days. i have to acknowledge a deep personal - embryos alive for 90 days. i have to i acknowledge a deep personal interest was that— acknowledge a deep personal interest was that i_ acknowledge a deep personal interest was that i have a congenital condition, i have a form of dwarfism that comes — condition, i have a form of dwarfism that comes around through genetic and it's—
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that comes around through genetic and it's unpredictable. whenever they say— and it's unpredictable. whenever they say this is going to advance they say this is going to advance the understanding, that gets me a little bit _ the understanding, that gets me a little bit anxious. does that mean -et little bit anxious. does that mean get rid _ little bit anxious. does that mean get rid of— little bit anxious. does that mean get rid of or is itjust about advanced _ get rid of or is itjust about advanced understanding? this is an hour or— advanced understanding? this is an hour or two — advanced understanding? this is an hour or two hour philosophical conversation that we may not even result _ conversation that we may not even result in _ conversation that we may not even result in that time. i suppose the point _ result in that time. i suppose the point of— result in that time. i suppose the point of this, talking about trying to understand downs did not down syndrome — to understand downs did not down syndrome and spina bifida, these are always— syndrome and spina bifida, these are always classics that pop up and also heart _ always classics that pop up and also heart defects. signs of course has -ot heart defects. signs of course has got to— heart defects. signs of course has got to do— heart defects. signs of course has got to do what it's got to do. but we also — got to do what it's got to do. but we also need ethical boundaries that say ok. _ we also need ethical boundaries that say ok, what might be the impact of this? _ say ok, what might be the impact of this? 0k. _ say ok, what might be the impact of this? 0k, we willalways say ok, what might be the impact of this? 0k, we will always argue that this? ok, we will always argue that bears— this? 0k, we will always argue that bears have — this? 0k, we will always argue that pears have a choice, mother has a choice _ pears have a choice, mother has a choice with— pears have a choice, mother has a choice with her but they could be timed _ choice with her but they could be timed that science has shown us something and will there be pressure for people _ something and will there be pressure for people to choose a certain way? often _ for people to choose a certain way? often with — for people to choose a certain way? often with these big major breakthroughs actually, it's a long way away~ — breakthroughs actually, it's a long way away. so they may have made some significant _ way away. so they may have made some significant change but we could be looking _ significant change but we could be looking at — significant change but we could be looking at decades before it has an impact _
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looking at decades before it has an impact i_ looking at decades before it has an impact. ijust hope we can start looking — impact. ijust hope we can start looking at— impact. ijust hope we can start looking at where this could end up as well— looking at where this could end up as well rather thanjust looking at where this could end up as well rather than just celebrating what the _ as well rather than just celebrating what the change may be.— as well rather than just celebrating what the change may be. simon, are ou what the change may be. simon, are you involved — what the change may be. simon, are you involved in _ what the change may be. simon, are you involved in any _ what the change may be. simon, are you involved in any of _ what the change may be. simon, are you involved in any of those - what the change may be. simon, are you involved in any of those ethical. you involved in any of those ethical conversations and discussions with bodies and organisations? trio. conversations and discussions with bodies and organisations? that conversations and discussions with bodies and organisations? no, i have a friend who — bodies and organisations? no, i have a friend who sits _ bodies and organisations? no, i have a friend who sits on _ bodies and organisations? no, i have a friend who sits on one _ bodies and organisations? no, i have a friend who sits on one of _ bodies and organisations? no, i have a friend who sits on one of the - a friend who sits on one of the medical— a friend who sits on one of the medical bodies. she's a disabled woman— medical bodies. she's a disabled woman with a congenital condition and she _ woman with a congenital condition and she sits on there and i've been waiting _ and she sits on there and i've been waiting for— and she sits on there and i've been waiting for her to give her proposed so i waiting for her to give her proposed so i can~~~ — waiting for her to give her proposed so i can~~~ |f— waiting for her to give her proposed so i can- - - -— so i can. . .. if you watching tonight? — so i can. . .. if you watching tonight? i _ so i can. . .. if you watching tonight? i don't _ so i can. . .. if you watching tonight? i don't know - so i can. . .. if you watching i tonight? i don't know whether so i can. . .. if you watching - tonight? i don't know whether she will be. tonight? i don't know whether she will be- the _ tonight? i don't know whether she will be. the point _ tonight? i don't know whether she will be. the point to _ tonight? i don't know whether she will be. the point to be _ tonight? i don't know whether she will be. the point to be against. tonight? i don't know whether she | will be. the point to be against the other— will be. the point to be against the other perception. if you just go for positions, — other perception. if you just go for positions, that means i might not ekist— positions, that means i might not exist or— positions, that means i might not exist or is — positions, that means i might not exist or is spina bifida diffident who have — exist or is spina bifida diffident who have fantastic lives. i don't sizing _ who have fantastic lives. i don't sizing are — who have fantastic lives. i don't sizing are adjudging that but there are consequences. it needs a bit more _ are consequences. it needs a bit more thought and a bit more planning _ more thought and a bit more ”lannin. �* ., more thought and a bit more planning-— more thought and a bit more ”lannin_�* ., ,. . ,., , planning. anna, the science stories obviously simon _ planning. anna, the science stories obviously simon has _ planning. anna, the science stories obviously simon has put _ planning. anna, the science stories obviously simon has put it - planning. anna, the science stories obviously simon has put it into - obviously simon has put it into astonishing contacts for us. how do you see a? i astonishing contacts for us. how do ou see a? ~ astonishing contacts for us. how do you see a?— you see a? i think it's already been ut in the
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you see a? i think it's already been put in the stories _ you see a? i think it's already been put in the stories the _ you see a? i think it's already been put in the stories the possibility . put in the stories the possibility but also huge ethical questions. as simon says hours of debate will be needed to look at it both sides in what the implications can be. let’s what the implications can be. let's turn to the — what the implications can be. let's turn to the pandemic _ what the implications can be. let's turn to the pandemic as _ what the implications can be. let's turn to the pandemic as we tend to turn to the pandemic as we tend to turn almost every inc. delete that evening. urgent concerns of our rapid test as false positives sore. if this one thing we don't need is false positives. one of many things we don't need among other things. i we don't need among other things. i work from home and i realise from our earlier— work from home and i realise from our earlier conversation, i haven't done _ our earlier conversation, i haven't done these — our earlier conversation, i haven't done these rapid flow test but everyone is doing and borisjohnson wants— everyone is doing and borisjohnson wants us— everyone is doing and borisjohnson wants us to — everyone is doing and borisjohnson wants us to do. i'm not going out much _ wants us to do. i'm not going out much the — wants us to do. i'm not going out much. the worry is that something like two _ much. the worry is that something like two to— much. the worry is that something like two to 10% of the positive results — like two to 10% of the positive results may actually be accurate. that means there is an awful lot that may— that means there is an awful lot that may not be accurate. we do need could _ that may not be accurate. we do need could testing as part of this
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vaccines— could testing as part of this vaccines are fabulous and they get to change. — vaccines are fabulous and they get to change, we had locked down or were _ to change, we had locked down or were coming out of it. but to be able _ were coming out of it. but to be able to— were coming out of it. but to be able to know reliably what that is, i able to know reliably what that is, i talked _ able to know reliably what that is, i talked about my sister who does this through her school and it's interesting because whenever we talk about oh— interesting because whenever we talk about oh i_ interesting because whenever we talk about oh ijust had a test and i know— about oh ijust had a test and i know that _ about oh ijust had a test and i know that i meant negative. that gives _ know that i meant negative. that gives us — know that i meant negative. that gives us a — know that i meant negative. that gives us a sort of a false sense of reassurance — gives us a sort of a false sense of reassurance but if these tests are invalid _ reassurance but if these tests are invalid there's a bit of a concern. a worker— invalid there's a bit of a concern. a worker at _ invalid there's a bit of a concern. a worker at the health department and adviser to hickox that look we -ot and adviser to hickox that look we got to— and adviser to hickox that look we got to make a decision about this because — got to make a decision about this because we are rolling out and he is not convinced.— not convinced. anna as i said i am read for not convinced. anna as i said i am ready for surge — not convinced. anna as i said i am ready for surge testing _ not convinced. anna as i said i am ready for surge testing if - not convinced. anna as i said i am ready for surge testing if everett i ready for surge testing if everett hurts him clean that hits my borough of testing i will be first in queue. how do you see these false positives? i how do you see these false positives?— how do you see these false ositives? ~ ., ., , , positives? i think all of this is in the context _ positives? i think all of this is in the context of _ positives? i think all of this is in the context of the _ positives? i think all of this is in the context of the government i the context of the government announcing that people will be able to take to test a week to essentially help unlock the country in a side by side with the vaccine, sort of the great way out. it has
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been seen as such for a while. rightly so. testing has a huge part to play. accuracy is also very important. while lateral flow tests are great because they offer very quick results, if they're not done properly or if they are not sensitive enough, because all these tests tend to range and sensitivity that it's actually doing more harm than good. because if people have a false sense of security, it's actually really dangerous. equally being able to allow people into a football match easily by testing them before hand would be a great thing or into a theatre or a densely packed space. i think there is definitely but they need to improve the technology and improve the way its phase. the technology and improve the way its hase. ., , ., , ., its phase. final story now. in the daily telegraph _ its phase. final story now. in the daily telegraph you _ its phase. final story now. in the daily telegraph you have - its phase. final story now. in the daily telegraph you have to - its phase. final story now. in the daily telegraph you have to look| its phase. final story now. in the i daily telegraph you have to look for it, there it is. right at the bottom, the cartoon. mns sues aldi
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over a fake call and caterpillar. simon, there is calling the caterpillar cake and then casper. i don't know if i made the name correctly. you also informed me there are eight of them. someone put a montaae there are eight of them. someone put a montage of — there are eight of them. someone put a montage of eight _ there are eight of them. someone put a montage of eight different _ there are eight of them. someone put a montage of eight different ones. - there are eight of them. someone put a montage of eight different ones. i l a montage of eight different ones. i believe _ a montage of eight different ones. i believe there are.— believe there are. here's my one ruestion believe there are. here's my one question to _ believe there are. here's my one question to you. _ believe there are. here's my one question to you. the _ believe there are. here's my one question to you. the cake - believe there are. here's my one question to you. the cake wars, | believe there are. here's my one - question to you. the cake wars, who will win the cake wars? it’s question to you. the cake wars, who will win the cake wars?— will win the cake wars? it's very hard to predict. _ will win the cake wars? it's very hard to predict. it _ will win the cake wars? it's very hard to predict. it could - will win the cake wars? it's very hard to predict. it could be - will win the cake wars? it's very hard to predict. it could be a . hard to predict. it could be a butterfly— hard to predict. it could be a butterfly effect from this and will never _ butterfly effect from this and will never know when it can end. anna, who will win _ never know when it can end. anna, who will win the _ never know when it can end. anna, who will win the cake _ never know when it can end. anna, who will win the cake wars - never know when it can end. anna, who will win the cake wars there i never know when it can end. anna, i who will win the cake wars there can only be won. who will win the cake wars there can only be won-— who will win the cake wars there can only be won. well, i think we need a taste test- — only be won. well, i think we need a taste test- we _ only be won. well, i think we need a taste test. we did _ only be won. well, i think we need a taste test. we did have _ only be won. well, i think we need a taste test. we did have one - only be won. well, i think we need a taste test. we did have one of - only be won. well, i think we need a taste test. we did have one of the i taste test. we did have one of the office and l— taste test. we did have one of the office and i can't _ taste test. we did have one of the office and i can't reveal _ taste test. we did have one of the office and i can't reveal what - taste test. we did have one of the | office and i can't reveal what brand we had but it went extremely quickly. we had but it went extremely ruickl . �* .., we had but it went extremely ruickl . �* _, ., ., ., quickly. and i come from the mail on sunday and — quickly. and i come from the mail on sunday and simon _ quickly. and i come from the mail on sunday and simon disability - sunday and simon disability consultant and comedy producer thank you to you both for those two press
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reviews. that's it for the papers this hour. , reviews. that's it for the papers this hour-— arsenal and manchester united have both made it through to the semifinals. united beat granada at old trafford to co mforta bly comfortably go through is for no winners on aggregate. it was arsenal who had the result of the night. the gunners were relentless in the czech republic as a port for past sloppy a product to go through as 51winners over their two legs. joel linsky rounds up the action. for the last quarter century have always played in europe. to qualify again they may
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have to win the europa league. this night and pride takes them a step closer. slob you hadn't lost at home for a 21 games. but arsenal... pepe school started six minutes then sealed the tie. soon as snow had the penalty to —— no 31 on aggregate. second a trophy would help them stand out even more. he stilljust 19 and wants to play for england this summer. goes like this make him hard to ignore. this was one of arsenal is best nights of the season against a side who'd roughed up to british teams before. is thatjust danced around them for for —— no. arsenal now look to the next round against their former manager. manchester united won this tournament four years ago. this year at theirfront line spend tournament four years ago. this year at their front line spend too much for most teams. bonnie and a late
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goal made it comfortable against granada. they go into the semis. they could all lead to a final between two primarily clubs wherefore arsenal that there would be more at stake. at 26 year in europe it all depends on this trophy. arsenals when bill of giving a big boost to the captain he missed tonight game after revealing on social media that he has contracted malaria he picked up the illness on an international duty. he says he'll be back stronger than ever soon. in the drawer we know is made up while manchester united will play roma in the semifinal who knocked out i asked a little bit earlier. they first legs will be two weeks tonight. shuttle wednesday manager devon moore has revealed he's
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contracted pneumonia suffered complication including blood clots unlike long's following a recent bout of coronavirus was up he only returned to the touchline the defeat by swansea following a spell and site oscillation for some he will now take a further unspecified period of leave. now it's turning into quite the week for dan evans the british won his first batch in years on for max on monday. now he's beating novakjunk effects on the monte carlo. evans had neverfaced the current world number one before and on his least favourite surface he pulled off the biggest win of his career. not many gave him a chance the perfect start for an immediate break and serve. djokovic have lavished praise on evans this week calling him smart. explosive and possessing a great variety in the
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game. momentum have been building for evans, first atv title in january two victories on clay this week is almost four years on the red star. soon the first that was his foot up six games to four. djokovic attempted to gain control sending evans around the court. at first the pertinent look train but then dug deep recovering from three love down to serve for the match. evans held his nerve for the biggest win of his career. a stray set victory over the world number one who hasn't played badly, his opponent had been superb. of course i doubted myself in those matches. ,, , , ., ., _ of course i doubted myself in those matches. ,, , , ., ., matches. surveying is not easy. you not all matches. surveying is not easy. you got all thoughts _ matches. surveying is not easy. you got all thoughts running _ matches. surveying is not easy. you got all thoughts running three - matches. surveying is not easy. you got all thoughts running three head. i'm just happy with how it went and i'm just happy with how it went and i do want to say maybe after the tournament to tell the kids and grandkids that you've beaten the
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world number one foot up a nice one. meanwhile great britain has main two named their billiejean king with mexico. the rebound effect. there's a return of boulder 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 high ranked dart. nojohanna konta so heather watson leads the team. victory will put them through 281 of qualifier. the winner of which competes in eight new plug 12 team final in april next year. we now know equalling seventh world title. against debutante markjoyce who is ranked 46th in the world. elsewhere uk championship winner robertson stars against when bo while the world number one trump will face
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liam hatfield. when chart 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. when chuck finished in two minutes and 20.89 seconds to knock just over a two minutes and 20.89 seconds to knockjust over a second of the previous record. second placed wood is likely to join her previous record. second placed wood is likely tojoin her injapan. eevvee gallagher comes into take her place for first start. one of for changes by the scots the winners on sunday will go on to meet either france or island and the third—place playoffs. and that is all your support for now. have a very good night.
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i mainly imainly dry i mainly dry day ahead with some spells of sunshine once any early fog has cleared. high pressure still just about in charge but this frontal system will be trying to change things with more cloud and some rain eventually into the far northwest. most of us having a cold, frosty but bright start fund patches most likely across eastern and southern counties of england, they should lift and claire. sunshine through the morning more clout i think developing and many inland areas into the afternoon. certainly thicker cloud is is whetherfront purchased western counties in northwest scotland. rain later and a strengthening breeze. that breeze coming up from the south bringing some mild conditions to northern ireland and scotland for top 15 likely in northern scotland. compare that with just eight, nine or ten on some of the north sea coast of england. breeze coming off the chilly waters of the sea. as we had through friday night into saturday england and wales will see clear skies again that means a touch of
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frost and the odd fog patch. we will see more clout into northern ireland and certainly western scotland. that means a milder start to saturday. that cloud comes courtesy of this next frontal system trying to work its way in. they can clarify part of northern ireland northwest scotland first thing. they are to the skies across england and wales, that's where we will see a touch of france. the best of the sanch after the day. after that cloudy start northern ireland and a good part of scotland should brighten up a little with some afternoon spells of sunshine. those temperatures 11 to 15 degrees. should feel a little bit less chilly at this stage with those north sea coast of england for doctor saturday night and into sunday we see frontal systems still wriggling around to the northwest of the uk. if anything the northwest of the uk. if anything the veil of cloud associated with those weather fronts will move a little further southeastward. sunday could be a cloudier day for some western parts of england and wales. certainly more cloud into northern ireland and scotland with some rain into the far northwest was the best of the sunshine further south and
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east temperatures between ten and 15 degrees. next week but high pressure will build its way back in. that means plenty of dry weather to come with some spells of sunshine.
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this is bbc news. i'm james reynolds 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 day of evidence at his trial. you understand that you have a fifth amendment privilege to remain silent? do you understand that? yes. buckingham palace sets out the plans for prince philip's funeral, including the list of those who'll attend the service. we meetjimmy lai — the hong kong billionaire
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