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thousand plans to invest 860,000,001 thousand flood event schemes this year. there is going _ flood event schemes this year. there is going to _ flood event schemes this year. there is going to flood insurance. so all these _ is going to flood insurance. so all these various measures which are incredibly— these various measures which are incredibly urgent but i think a weter— incredibly urgent but i think a water thing is the government needs to stop _ water thing is the government needs to stopiust_ water thing is the government needs to stopjust setting water thing is the government needs to stop just setting incredibly ambitious targets for reaching mensiro — ambitious targets for reaching mensiro and all of those things and actually— mensiro and all of those things and actually start sending out policies to reach _ actually start sending out policies to reach them. can actually start sending out policies to reach them.— actually start sending out policies to reach them. can he stay with the front -a~e to reach them. can he stay with the front page of _ to reach them. can he stay with the front page of the — to reach them. can he stay with the front page of the telegraph - to reach them. can he stay with the front page of the telegraph and - to reach them. can he stay with the | front page of the telegraph and just look at the photograph is that this is a borisjohnson with prince charles at the unveiling of the memorial to follow police officers. if that, it's windy, they have catching it all night with a broadly and this is a photograph that boris johnson thinks it does him no harm at all. . , johnson thinks it does him no harm at all. , , , ., , johnson thinks it does him no harm atall. , , , ., , ., johnson thinks it does him no harm atall. , _ , ., , at all. yes, they promised or trying to master an _ at all. yes, they promised or trying to master an umbrella _ at all. yes, they promised or trying to master an umbrella and - at all. yes, they promised or trying to master an umbrella and has- to master an umbrella and has not quite worked up a as you say interesting as the photo has been doing the rounds in three circles and actually allow people coming back and say this is what people
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like the prime minister. we can debate that in the but i think there is a sense that it seems like classic borisjohnson. which perhaps makes it legible or makes people question if a man cannot use an umbrella should he make the decisions he has?— umbrella should he make the decisions he has? , , ., decisions he has? moving swiftly on and let's go — decisions he has? moving swiftly on and let's go to _ decisions he has? moving swiftly on and let's go to the _ decisions he has? moving swiftly on and let's go to the front _ decisions he has? moving swiftly on and let's go to the front page - decisions he has? moving swiftly on and let's go to the front page of - and let's go to the front page of the daily mail and a fantastic photograph of charlotte de chardin, who has become written�*s was are critically olympian yesterday. and it has to be said that after months and months of various sobering and grim news, the olympics are putting a smile on people's faces. yes. a smile on people's faces. yes, definitely _ a smile on people's faces. yes, definitely because _ a smile on people's faces. yes, definitely because of— a smile on people's faces. yes, definitely because of her- a smile on people's faces. yes, definitely because of her two i a smile on people's faces. yes, definitely because of her two sons away _ definitely because of her two sons away with — definitely because of her two sons away with the fact we have had such showing _ away with the fact we have had such showing at _ away with the fact we have had such showing at the start of the olympics is pretty impressive really and honestly — is pretty impressive really and honestly we have that kind of euros experience — honestly we have that kind of euros experience of everyone being very joyful— experience of everyone being very joyful until that last match, that
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finai _ joyful until that last match, that finai but — joyful until that last match, that final. but people still were incredibly proud of our ancient team and then_ incredibly proud of our ancient team and then they have got even more reason _ and then they have got even more reason to— and then they have got even more reason to cannot be interested in sport— reason to cannot be interested in sport and — reason to cannot be interested in sport and be proud of the people present— sport and be proud of the people present in— sport and be proud of the people present in the country with the olympics. so it's good news. do you think that we _ olympics. so it's good news. do you think that we get _ olympics. so it's good news. do you think that we get very _ olympics. so it's good news. do you think that we get very absorbed - olympics. so it's good news. do you think that we get very absorbed in l think that we get very absorbed in the personalities and the histories and the particular struggles when it comes to the olympics because there is so much focus on the individual athletes? unlike in satan euros more this much more of a team effort. yes, i think so and obviously athletes use of the games as you know but it also i was watching the gymnastics and even if you have never really read about the theme you just cannot help but givejohn a post of his will watching the effort they put it also their emotionally goes right or wrong for them. and as i think sienna says it's one of the things where you have had 2 euros
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and now have the olympics i think despite the fact that there are no crowds and are having problems in that sense and there are questions injapan overl that sense and there are questions injapan over i suppose the wisdom of pursuing against and i think on a global spectrum, they are lots of bored people's lies on the basis. and the achievement of charlotte dujardin has to be equally celebrated.— dujardin has to be equally celebrated. . , �* . celebrated. yes, definitely. i'll be totally honest, _ celebrated. yes, definitely. i'll be totally honest, i— celebrated. yes, definitely. i'll be totally honest, i cannot _ celebrated. yes, definitely. i'll be totally honest, i cannot say - celebrated. yes, definitely. i'll be totally honest, i cannot say that l celebrated. yes, definitely. i'll be totally honest, i cannot say that i | totally honest, i cannot say that i have _ totally honest, i cannot say that i have been— totally honest, i cannot say that i have been watching close of the olympics — have been watching close of the olympics because i will not sacrifice _ olympics because i will not sacrifice that much sleep. it has been _ sacrifice that much sleep. it has been a — sacrifice that much sleep. it has been a bit — sacrifice that much sleep. it has been a bit of an issue about the tintes— been a bit of an issue about the times in— been a bit of an issue about the times in which they are shown. so i cannot— times in which they are shown. so i cannot claim — times in which they are shown. so i cannot claim to have watched all of it, cannot claim to have watched all of it. but _ cannot claim to have watched all of it. but i_ cannot claim to have watched all of it, but i think everyone today has been _ it, but i think everyone today has been talking about this simone file stored _ been talking about this simone file stored in _ been talking about this simone file stored in the fact that she has said that because of her mental state she cannot— that because of her mental state she cannot carry — that because of her mental state she cannot carry on with the gymnastics. that has— cannot carry on with the gymnastics. that has been really interesting story— that has been really interesting story is— that has been really interesting story is one of the fact that she has got — story is one of the fact that she has got the twisties as they you
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know— has got the twisties as they you know what i did not know about until today _ know what i did not know about until today it _ know what i did not know about until toda . . . know what i did not know about until toda . , , . , , today. it is interesting, and she is the third superb _ today. it is interesting, and she is the third superb athlete _ today. it is interesting, and she is the third superb athlete and - today. it is interesting, and she is the third superb athlete and a - today. it is interesting, and she is i the third superb athlete and a young have come out in recent months and talk about mental health. we have had naomi osaka and we have had limited tennis player as well to think about the pressure that goes with the top sportsman. let me take you to the front page of the times. eye—catching headlines in the corner here, don't call me grandma, it's a write ancient bias laws. this here, don't call me grandma, it's a write ancient bias laws.— write ancient bias laws. this is callin: a write ancient bias laws. this is calling a collie _ write ancient bias laws. this is calling a collie a _ write ancient bias laws. this is calling a collie a grandparent l write ancient bias laws. this is i calling a collie a grandparent can be agents in the nation even if they are a grandparent and i think this is a recent ruling. and this is after a woman by the name of an suit over comments went into this. i think it is interesting because in their opinion suggestion if your
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grandmother should be of the colorado that we brought it with debate probably about the connotations, and so, is ageist? is used in a positive way? because obviously i think she will call someone what they are and what they can be described as but you can also have negative connotations within that. . ., , have negative connotations within that. _, , . ., . that. the context is that the woman, a member of — that. the context is that the woman, a member of staff _ that. the context is that the woman, a member of staff wrote _ that. the context is that the woman, a member of staff wrote a _ that. the context is that the woman, a member of staff wrote a call- a member of staff wrote a call review in which she described as a car as comfy wheels for a grandmother, and that was a reference to her. what do you think was i think the story it might be a bit underfive of was i think the story it might be a bit under five of the fact that... the tribunal actually ruled against the claim — the tribunal actually ruled against the claim that she brought in because _ the claim that she brought in because they decided that they cannot— because they decided that they cannot found that the comment not the incident which suggest that you
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kind of— the incident which suggest that you kind of have to have a bit a christie _ kind of have to have a bit a christie street campaign of being negative — christie street campaign of being negative about the fact that someone is a grandmother in order for that kind of— is a grandmother in order for that kind of count as possibly. so i would — kind of count as possibly. so i would note that. i don't think that it is wrong — would note that. i don't think that it is wrong to point out that someone _ it is wrong to point out that someone is a grandmother obviously, but i someone is a grandmother obviously, but i guess— someone is a grandmother obviously, but i guess the kind of concern is about— but i guess the kind of concern is about what— but i guess the kind of concern is about what that means and why it will be _ about what that means and why it will be used as an insult. i think it should — will be used as an insult. i think it should be a point of pride. it makes — it should be a point of pride. it makes me _ it should be a point of pride. it makes me actually think of angela rayner. _ makes me actually think of angela rayner, he was affectionately called branches _ rayner, he was affectionately called branches angela because she is very young _ branches angela because she is very young grandmother and it is quite a cool thing _ young grandmother and it is quite a cool thing to be.— coolthing to be. fascinating. thank ou both coolthing to be. fascinating. thank you both very _ coolthing to be. fascinating. thank you both very much _ coolthing to be. fascinating. thank you both very much indeed - coolthing to be. fascinating. thank you both very much indeed and - coolthing to be. fascinating. thank you both very much indeed and will| you both very much indeed and will do it all over again very shortly. that is it for the papers and as i said, then we back injust that is it for the papers and as i said, then we back in just over half an hour to look at more of the stories being covered by newspapers and websites here. goodbye for now and websites here. goodbye for now and next is the sport.
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good evening. she said she couldn't believe it, but charlotte dujardin has overtaken rower dame katherine grainger as britain's most decorated female olympian of all—time. she won her sixth olympic medal earlier on her horse gio in the individual dressage. she was thrilled with her performance and also the horses' because he is relatively inexperienced. she had to wait for the other riders to finish, but in the end she secured her second bronze at these games. she added to her double gold in 2012 and gold and team silver in rio. there are so many incredible sports women who have achieved so much and now that i have done that and more, i have topped it all. last night, i think i was today leveled with
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catherine granger and now i have beaten her, it's a little bit surreal. you only dream of these things happening and it has actually happened so i cannot believe. there was more gold medal success for great britain's men in the olympic pool, this time in the final of the 4x200—metre freestyle relay. tom dean is now a double olympic champion a day after he won his first gold. dean, along with duncan scott, james guy and matthew richards, came within three hundredths of a second of the world record as they won emphatically, finishing more than three seconds clear of the russian olympic committee. it's team gb�*s fifth gold medal of the games. the way the last year has been and as a kid, dreaming of olympic gold medals, my absolute dream, finally after 25 years, it's so emotional. these four lads here have the best freestyle in the world, my team—mates getting first and second, just the way things have progressed,
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racing michael phelps, now we're the olympic champions, it's a dream come true. so, another night to remember for great britain's men in the pool, and there's been success in the rowing as well. the team have won their first men's quadruple sculls medal after taking silver. harry leask, angus groom, tom barras and jack beaumont held off a late charge from australia and poland to secure second place behind the netherlands. let's have a quick look at the medal table. japan are still top, with 13 golds now, followed by china, who've overtaken the usa. that swimming gold took great britain's tally to five golds, but they've dropped one place, behind australia. so, what can we look ahead to on day six? joining me now from tokyo is our reporter sarah mulkerrins. sarah, it's the women's all around final in the artistic gymnastics later on thursday,
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but there'll be no simone biles. yes, we had the news regarding some of the files in the last couple of days. firstly she pulled out of the team to petition on stay and that sent shock waves around the world with her decision to do that they are, and yesterday we had a confirmation that she was moving herself from the all—around final which takes place in tokyo later on thursday. she was looking to become the first gymnast since 1968 and went back to back those in that event. but vocal about protecting her mental health illness and the pressure she has been feeling in the fact that they are athletes but that they are also people. and also one of the interesting points to note from some old files will soon say she was not trusting herself in her execution around the movements and we have heard about this term in gymnastics the twisties, where gymnastics the twisties, where gymnast is thinking about their minds and our bodies being
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disconnected wanted to do one thing but that their bodies are given some thing else and how dangerous that is in the sport. and it will be no simone violence in the all—around final and we don't know yet about the individualfinal which final and we don't know yet about the individual final which will take place from sunday onto next week. that's going to be monitored on a day by day basis. other great britain, we will havejennifer and jessica taking part in all—around final later. jessica taking part in all-around final later-— it's been a great games so farfor great britain. can we hope for any more medals on day six? i think there will be lots of focus on a few different events for great britain. we have got mallory franklin in the canoe slalom. she will be going up against her australian problem jessica fox is the world champion and you look at roaming and i'll talk about helen glover and swan in the blood of these games and it will go into them and's paraspinal. for ireland, the
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men's light weight doubles final with paul o'donovan and fenton mccarthy giving in that one and they set a world in the time yesterday and qualify for that person but also the author will get under way. justin rose one back in 2016 and is not competing here so i may think and paul casey will get their golf competition started.— and paul casey will get their golf competition started. thank you very much for all — competition started. thank you very much for all of _ competition started. thank you very much for all of that. _ celtic�*s champions league hopes have ended in the second qualifying round for the second consecutive year. they were beaten 2—1 after extra time on the night and 3—2 on aggregate by midtjylland in the second leg in denmark_ celtic had led 1—0 at one stage, but three minutes into the first period of extra time defensive frailties once again cost them as raphael onyedika scored the winning goalfor the danes. celtic will now have make do with the third qualifying round of the europa league next week.
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just one game in super league tonight saw warrington wolves put on an impressive display to beat rivals wigan warriors by 21—8. this long—range try from jake mamo sealing victory that leaves warrington third in the table. finally, the weather played havoc with both the men's and women's hundred matches at old trafford today. manchester originals' matches against northern superchargers were both abandoned without a ball being bowled because of heavy rain, thunder and lightning. the teams each take one point. and that's all the sport for now. the back later. summer warmth and sunshine have been in short supply today. rain certainly hasn't been. plenty of drenching downpours and still that's met office amber warning across northern scotland with the risk of flooding and disruption.
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the wet weather continuing here for a time overnight. that rain also sinking down into northern ireland. for england and wales, showers taking a while to fade. most places will be dry by thursday morning. overnight lows around 9—10 celsius. quite a cool, fresh night for many, and then into tomorrow, northern ireland, scotland, northern england, can expect a lot of cloud and some outbreaks of rain. for wales, the midlands, east anglia and the southeast, plenty of sunshine and just the odd shower, but cloud and rain will approach the far southwest later in the day. some very brisk winds out there, and quite a cool feel to the weather as well, 16—21 celsius. cloud, rain and strong winds working across southern england and south wales through thursday night into friday. still some showers left as we head towards the weekend, but perhaps a bit more in the way of dry weather.
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�*welcome to newsday, reporting live from singapore, i'm karishma vaswani. the headlines. as covid cases rise in the us, the push to get the nation vaccinated — all federal workers could be required to have the jab, or face more testing. in great britian the covid rules are eased for fully vaccinated travellers from the us and the european union. from monday they'll no longer have to isolate on arrival. day 6 of the tokyo olympics — how will the us gymnastics team fare without their star performer simone biles? and france says it owes a debt to the people of french polynesia over the damage caused by nearly two hundred nuclear tests.

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