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hello, this is bbc news. the headlines at 8pm... warnings from petrol retailers that many petrol stations no longer have fuels as a result of days of cues at the pumps. there is a large number, more than half, which have already run dry, and those others are running dry quite quickly. the and those others are running dry quite quickly-— quite quickly. the murder of the london school _ quite quickly. the murder of the london school teacher, - quite quickly. the murder of the london school teacher, police i london school teacher, police arrested 36 or a man on suspicion of murder. a good day for sir keira starmer come the labour party conference, as his controversial plans on changing leadership rules are nearly passed. as the votes are counted in the german elections,
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projections suggest that the two main parties are neck and neck in the race to succeed chancellor angela merkel.— the race to succeed chancellor angela merkel. the race to succeed chancellor anuela merkel. , ., ., �* , angela merkel. lewis hamilton, it's 100 race victories. _ angela merkel. lewis hamilton, it's 100 race victories. and _ angela merkel. lewis hamilton, it's 100 race victories. and a _ angela merkel. lewis hamilton, it's 100 race victories. and a century i angela merkel. lewis hamilton, it's 100 race victories. and a century of| 100 race victories. and a century of formula one _ 100 race victories. and a century of formula one wins _ 100 race victories. and a century of formula one wins for— 100 race victories. and a century of formula one wins for lewis - 100 race victories. and a century of. formula one wins for lewis hamilton and after a frenetic and to the russian grand prix. that evening and welcome to bbc news. the petrol retailers association which represents the majority of all petrol stations says that more than half of its four courts are now dry. the crisis has been caused by days of cues at many pumps after a shortage of collieries led to a fall in stations running
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short. the grand secretary insists there is no shortage of fuel and has urged drivers to fill up only when they need to. ministers have announced a temporary visa scheme for up to 5,000 and hgb drivers in an attempt to ease delivery issues in the run—up to christmas. katie 0stend the report. this is one of the four core acts which wear forced to close today, the result of motorists panic buying fuel, a mental health nurse told us she struggled to get to work. i mental health nurse told us she struggled to get to work. i spent the last half— struggled to get to work. i spent the last half hour _ struggled to get to work. i spent the last half hour trying - struggled to get to work. i spent the last half hour trying to - struggled to get to work. i spent the last half hour trying to go . struggled to get to work. i spent the last half hour trying to go to | the last half hour trying to go to different petrol stations to get gas. because of panic buying, there was nothing left. they have had to call me a taxi to bring the end, which is costing the nhs money. the u-rou which is costing the nhs money. the group which speaks for more than 5,000 independent fuel retailers says the impact had been severe. there is a large number, more than
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half which _ there is a large number, more than half which already run dry, and those — half which already run dry, and those others are running dry quite quickly _ those others are running dry quite cuickl . , , , , , quickly. the first limited supply issues were _ quickly. the first limited supply issues were down _ quickly. the first limited supply issues were down to _ quickly. the first limited supply issues were down to a - quickly. the first limited supply issues were down to a lack - quickly. the first limited supply issues were down to a lack of i quickly. the first limited supply - issues were down to a lack of tinker drivers, that highlighted a wider lorry driver shortage, a long—standing problem that's gotten worse. the government has announced new measures that tackling debt, including 5,000 visas, lasting only until christmas eve. we including 5,000 visas, lasting only until christmas eve.— until christmas eve. we would like to have seen _ until christmas eve. we would like to have seen it _ until christmas eve. we would like to have seen it for _ until christmas eve. we would like to have seen it for four _ until christmas eve. we would like to have seen it for four months, i until christmas eve. we would like l to have seen it for four months, but we will take what we can come it's not enough, it's too little too late. , . ., , ., , late. other sectors have struggled to fill their work _ late. other sectors have struggled to fill their work including - late. other sectors have struggled to fill their work including turkey l to fill their work including turkey and chicken producers, five and half thousand visas for poultry workers are also being introduced. the dama . e are also being introduced. the damage is _ are also being introduced. the damage is already been done for the bigger— damage is already been done for the bigger processes because they have half a _ bigger processes because they have half a million less. of the smaller guys at _ half a million less. of the smaller guys at those thousand smaller firms around _ guys at those thousand smaller firms around the _ guys at those thousand smaller firms around the country that produced for around the country that produced for a local_ around the country that produced for a local bird _ around the country that produced for a local bird pictures and stuff, it is useful— a local bird pictures and stuff, it is useful for them, but how easy is it to get _ is useful for them, but how easy is it to get those visas?—
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it to get those visas? supermarket sa the it to get those visas? supermarket say they need _ it to get those visas? supermarket say they need 50,000 _ it to get those visas? supermarket say they need 50,000 lorry - it to get those visas? supermarket| say they need 50,000 lorry drivers to avoid christmas disruption. the labour leader today insisted that these numbers were far too small, arguing action should have been taken earlier to tackle labour shortages across the economy. it is shortages across the economy. it is a short-term _ shortages across the economy. it 3 a short—term response, in the long term, we need conditions to be improved, we need training, the government has known that for years, and we have got a situation now where we have an absolute crisis in his country through lack of planning on behalf of the government. that transort on behalf of the government. that transport secretary said it was for industry to work out permanent solutions. we industry to work out permanent solutions. ~ ., �* ., ., , solutions. we don't want to be rel in: solutions. we don't want to be relying on _ solutions. we don't want to be relying on overseas _ solutions. we don't want to be relying on overseas labour - solutions. we don't want to be relying on overseas labour in l solutions. we don't want to be l relying on overseas labour in the lon- relying on overseas labour in the long run. — relying on overseas labour in the long run, which is why this is only until— long run, which is why this is only until christmas, because we have got to sort— until christmas, because we have got to sort out— until christmas, because we have got to sort out these long—term problems with our— to sort out these long—term problems with our hgb sector, which has been around _ with our hgb sector, which has been around for— with our hgb sector, which has been around for years.— around for years. other countries are also experiencing _ around for years. other countries are also experiencing lorry - around for years. other countries are also experiencing lorry driver| are also experiencing lorry driver shortage it's unclear how many will come to the uk. are businesses, the focus is now on keeping supplies
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going for the crucial christmas period. that was katie austin there, and earlier, we asked katie if the government's pain of offering 5,000 temporary visas to foreign lorry drivers would actually solve the problem. it drivers would actually solve the roblem. ., ,., problem. it will not solve the problems _ problem. it will not solve the problems we _ problem. it will not solve the problems we have _ problem. it will not solve the problems we have seen - problem. it will not solve the problems we have seen this. problem. it will not solve the - problems we have seen this week and immediately because that extends has been caused by the panic buying. the visas are meant to stop problems from developing in future as a result of a shortage of lorry driver is and particularly in food as well as fuel. this isn't a visa scheme thatis as fuel. this isn't a visa scheme that is only meant to put petrol at the pumps. it's meant to. fir the pumps. it's meant to. or problems — the pumps. it's meant to. 0r problems developing in the run—up christmas. will it succeed in? well business and college groups have welcomed any but they said today's announcements don't go far enough. that was katie austin. let's speak now tojennifer ward. jennifer that was katie austin. let's speak now to jennifer ward. jennifer is that was katie austin. let's speak now tojennifer ward. jennifer is a student paramedic who on friday struggled to find a petrol station
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with diesel to fill up the ambulance. jennifer, thank you for joining us on bbc news. it beggars belief, doesn't it, that you couldn't get to fill an ambulance to help somebody will stop just tell us what happened. i help somebody will stop 'ust tell us what happenedfi help somebody will stop 'ust tell us what happened. i know! on friday, i was on a 1010 _ what happened. i know! on friday, i was on a 1010 shift _ what happened. i know! on friday, i was on a 1010 shift working - what happened. i know! on friday, i was on a 1010 shift working in - what happened. i know! on friday, i was on a 1010 shift working in sx. i was on a 1010 shift working in sx. we had done several hundred miles that day, we had been all over the place. we got back to the station and we said it's about seven o'clock, we should probably try and get fuel. we had been having updates throughout the day that that was quite bad and that we should try to get fuel, so we will try now, we've got some time, we are not on a job. we went to our local bp where we normally fill up with fuel, and there was absolutely no diesel there at all. we read and like we will try to head back to chelmsford and go from there. we went past three or four petrol stations that were queuing horrendous or had no diesel. we finally got to one that said we
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could use their lorry pumps because that was the only diesel they had left. �* ., ., ., , ., left. and how long does that last? bar 's left. and how long does that last? iztarry's day — left. and how long does that last? iztarry's day to _ left. and how long does that last? iztarry's day to day. _ left. and how long does that last? barry's day to day, really. - left. and how long does that last? barry's day to day, really. if- left. and how long does that last? barry's day to day, really. if we i left. and how long does that last? barry's day to day, really. if we do several miles if we are quite far away from our normal base, when shift from a one half since the tank will last us. shift from a one half since the tank will last us— will last us. you see people there fillint u- will last us. you see people there filling up their — will last us. you see people there filling up theirjerry _ will last us. you see people there filling up theirjerry cans. - will last us. you see people there| filling up theirjerry cans. because do your mind when you see that? i think for us it's more of an added anxiety into our day, we already were quite a stressfuljob, and now trying to factor in where we can actually fill up with fuel into our day. actually fill up with fuel into our da . ~ ., actually fill up with fuel into our da . . . . actually fill up with fuel into our da . . . actually fill up with fuel into our da. .. ., day. what are the plans? what sort of alans day. what are the plans? what sort of plans have _ day. what are the plans? what sort of plans have been _ day. what are the plans? what sort of plans have been put _ day. what are the plans? what sort of plans have been put into - day. what are the plans? what sort of plans have been put into place i of plans have been put into place for you? 50 of plans have been put into place for ou? ., ., , for you? so far, there have been several petrol _ for you? so far, there have been several petrol stations _ for you? so far, there have been several petrol stations that - for you? so far, there have been several petrol stations that will l several petrol stations that will let us go to the front, but this is only a very few minority of them that actually let us do that. they are still allowing other people to develop a ridiculous amounts of jerry cans and going from there. so we are is trying to look for petrol stations that allow us to go to the front. t stations that allow us to go to the front. ., ., stations that allow us to go to the front. . ., ., stations that allow us to go to the front. . . ., ., front. i am reading that there are some garages — front. i am reading that there are some garages that _
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front. i am reading that there are some garages that are _ front. i am reading that there are some garages that are getting, i front. i am reading that there are | some garages that are getting, or front. i am reading that there are - some garages that are getting, or an increase in call for essential workers like yourself to be given priority. if you where to go up to a customer in front of the do you mind if wejump the customer in front of the do you mind if we jump the queue, have you done next? have you tried to do that? would you do something like that? i think we would have very mixed reactions and stuff like this. some people take very, very well to us doing this, and other people don't take it as well. it really does vary on the petrol station's regulations, really, we had a drink of the first time when we stopped on lunch break. some people would let us step the queue, and we were also very busy during that time.— during that time. there must be discussions _ during that time. there must be discussions within _ during that time. there must be discussions within the _ during that time. there must be | discussions within the emergency services about how this is going to impact reaction times. so services about how this is going to impact reaction times.— impact reaction times. so far, no patient care _ impact reaction times. so far, no patient care being _ impact reaction times. so far, no patient care being delayed - impact reaction times. so far, no i patient care being delayed because of this. we have so that ambulance is going out there, there are still ambulances attending jobs, there is no delay as of yet, we are just factoring in and carefully planning our day around our few limits.
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factoring in and carefully planning our day around ourfew limits. that our day around our few limits. that if ou our day around our few limits. that if you planning _ our day around our few limits. that if you planning your _ our day around our few limits. that if you planning your day. what is your message than to everyone else trying to get fuel on those four courts? i trying to get fuel on those four courts? ~ ., trying to get fuel on those four courts? ~' . , courts? i think the main thing is we saw both buying — courts? i think the main thing is we saw both buying and _ courts? i think the main thing is we saw both buying and panic - courts? i think the main thing is we saw both buying and panic buying i saw both buying and panic buying during cover the first time and we can reflect on that now and show that actually we didn't need to do that actually we didn't need to do that the first time around, we don't need to do it now.— need to do it now. jennifer, thank ou ve need to do it now. jennifer, thank you very much — need to do it now. jennifer, thank you very much for _ need to do it now. jennifer, thank you very much for your— need to do it now. jennifer, thank you very much for your time, - need to do it now. jennifer, thank you very much for your time, and | need to do it now. jennifer, thank| you very much for your time, and i hope yourfuture shifts you very much for your time, and i hope your future shifts go smoothly. thank you very much. you are watching bbc news... has been arrested in connection of the murder of sabina. the 28 —year—old teacher who was killed in southeast london nine days ago and what police described as a significant development. the 36 families detained in the early hours of sunday morning. 0ur detained in the early hours of sunday morning. our home affairs correspondentjun kelly has more. 0ver correspondentjun kelly has more. over the past week, sabina has been remembered near the spot in southeast london where her body was
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found. many who didn't know her have come to add their floral tributes. at the start of the beacon, hundreds gathered to focus on sabina and her short life. ., , gathered to focus on sabina and her short life. . , ., ,. , short life. rates cannot describe how we are _ short life. rates cannot describe how we are feeling... _ short life. rates cannot describe how we are feeling... white - short life. rates cannot describe how we are feeling... white her| how we are feeling... white her sister spoke for the family who were at the heart of this candlelit vigil. that's at the heart of this candlelit vigil- thats— at the heart of this candlelit vigil. that' at the heart of this candlelit vitil.that' . ., ., ., ., vigil. that's also a passionate and ditnified vigil. that's also a passionate and dignified protest _ vigil. that's also a passionate and dignified protest of _ vigil. that's also a passionate and dignified protest of the _ vigil. that's also a passionate and dignified protest of the lack- vigil. that's also a passionate and dignified protest of the lack of. dignified protest of the lack of progress in tackling violence against women. a week earlier, sabina had been heading to a bar at the site of the vigil to meet a friend. she didn't arrive. her body was discovered the following day. during the week, there were two arrests. both of these men were released under investigation. scotland yard has now announced that a third man has been arrested. he is being held on suspicion of sabina's murder, he was 36 and around three o'clock this morning was detained in
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east sussex. sabina's family have been told this is a significant development. they are being supported by specialist officers. this community has been convulsed by events over the past week, and at the primary school where she taught, her colleagues, that children and their parents will begin another week morning sabina. jim kelly, bbc news. labour's annual conference has voted in favour of sir cara starmer�*s plans to overhaul the parties roles. the changes get mps more of a say in choosing its teacher leaders and make it harder for members to deselect mps. while, the labour leader says the reforms are needed to make the party more outward looking and successful. having lost four general elections in a row. what does all this mean? let's get more from our political correspondent ian watson. ian, just how significant as this, then, for sir care starmer? i how significant as this, then, for sir care starmer?— how significant as this, then, for sir care starmer? i think it's very
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significant _ sir care starmer? i think it's very significant for _ sir care starmer? i think it's very significant for a _ sir care starmer? i think it's very significant for a number - sir care starmer? i think it's very significant for a number of - sir care starmer? i think it's very i significant for a number of reasons. sir care starmer had to ditch his favourite proposal which would have given mps agree to say in any future leadership election at the expense of the members, the opposition largely from the unions, but some of the big unions, the public service union, unison, for example, came to his rescue tonight because delegates on the conference floor where it still very nearly against the proposals that he did take to the conference, but some of those big unions came in and supported him and they take up half the vote here at labour conference. now, what were those changes? welcome a very significant because in order to get onto the ballot in a future leadership contest, and peace would need the backing of 20% of their colleagues, not10% need the backing of 20% of their colleagues, not 10% as is the case at the moment, and that, for example, would've excluded jeremy corbin. he would have never been leader of the labour mac party if that rule would've been in place backin that rule would've been in place back in 2015. care starmer also felt that labour mps were spending far
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too long reign about whether they might be deselected by disgruntled local party activists been talking about the wider electorate, he's made it much more difficult, increasing the threshold with any resection can be triggered. that makes mps a little bit face and their own seats. this has been very controversial. the left believe this is a way of effectively decriminalising the party, they said it was a self—inflicted wound on that party, but he himself has been delighted by the changes, not simply because of the changes themselves, but because he did actually take quite a big risk. he wasn't sure if he could get these changes through his conference, and by doing so, that has probably strengthened his leadership when it could just so easily in a very tight margin have we it. nonetheless, the mayor of greater manchester who some see as a potential future success or even challenge her to sir kier starmer
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further down the line, he nonetheless sided with those mps and unions who felt this wasn't the time to be discussing internal leadership changes. {jut to be discussing internal leadership chan t es. ., to be discussing internal leadership chantes. ., ., . to be discussing internal leadership chances. ., . . , changes. out of a pandemic, people are not interested _ changes. out of a pandemic, people are not interested in _ changes. out of a pandemic, people are not interested in them _ changes. out of a pandemic, people are not interested in them monishal are not interested in them monisha of real changes within political parties. i don't think they ever happen, but they are particularly not interested in that now. i think this conference should be all about turning and putting on the table, you know, a big alternative. now, thatis you know, a big alternative. now, that is andy's deal, and it reflects certainly a substantial view here that sir kier starmer should be talking about policies and attacking the government is not about internal rows, with the labour leadership would say is that this is something thatis would say is that this is something that is needed to get sorted out, maybe two or three days of bad headlines, but this will strengthen them going into the next election, and interestingly, the architect of the new labour spoke to me earlier and he said this would stop any hard left candidates getting onto the ballot in the future, and they signalled that the labour party was
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backin signalled that the labour party was back in talking to the wider electorate. 0k, ian, thank you very much indeed. that same hand bbc news is minutes passed eight pm. time for the much indeed. that same hand bbc news is minutes passed eight pm. time for the headlines. a warning from petro retailers that many of our crates no longer have the will. as recalled the exact result of days of keys at the exact result of days of keys at the pumps. police arrested 36 or a man on suspicion of the murder of the london school teacher sabina nasa. and as we have just been hearing, sir kier starmer�*s controversial plans on changing the way labour leaders are elected on nearly passed at a party conference. to germany, where preliminary results from the country's parliamentary election have given the social democrats a razor thin lead in the race to translate. numerous examples around them and
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they all tell a slightly different story. take a look at the sun. at the centre right conservative on 24.6%. the centreleft with 25.7% of the vote, and the greens on 111.4. the pro—business liberal free—market tears ftp winning11.7% of the vote and the far right and 10.7 and the fire laughed and 5%. now, what does that mean for the number of seats? while, the cd are projected to win 198 seats. the spd, 206. the greens projected to have 116 seats. now, the ftp are settled to win 94 seats. this forecast puts the afb on 86
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seats, and the left with 40 seats. while, my colleague is in berlin with the latest. quite frankly, i'm confused. ., ., ., ., , ., confused. you are not the only one. germany has _ confused. you are not the only one. germany has a _ confused. you are not the only one. germany has a complex _ confused. you are not the only one. germany has a complex political- germany has a complex political system, but it is one that feeds directly into the kind of government it has. there was never a possibility that anyone party would have majority. we knew we would head into coalitions and negotiations, the question was in what way would that work has neck these numbers are helping to give shape to that discussion because it was never a possibility, angela merkel�*s party, the cdu are at the other category would deliver a knockout blow. they are neck and neck around the 25% mark depending on which exit poll you're looking at, depending on which projection you're looking at. that means they will have to work with other parties. the two that we are concentrating on, you have highlighted them, the greens who
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have come third and that free—market liberals the ftp who look like they have come forth. now, the greens naturally fit with the social democrats. ftp you can with the conservatives of the cdu. either of those pairs doesn't get you to 50%. someone is going to have to make some compromises here because it looks almost certain that the next coalition has to feature the parties and surprisingly they are not going to agree on anything, so that is what is about to start. he is negotiations, everyone will have to have their best poker face as they try and work out how they can find a route in the bundestag. until a collection of parties reaches 50%, we will not know who replaces angela merkel, which leads men to one last twist, which is and if few time —— days' time, couple of weeks' time, we will have a new government, has to to the 26th if there is no correlation from angela merkel stays on as chancellor, so a new parliament with the same chancellor until a coalition is settled. this
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may take a little while to shakedown.— may take a little while to shakedown. , . , ~ " , shakedown. just very quickly, in terms of german _ shakedown. just very quickly, in terms of german politics, - shakedown. just very quickly, in terms of german politics, we i shakedown. just very quickly, in | terms of german politics, we are hearing a lot that some of these parties are saying out right know about talking to the afd. put it into context for us.— about talking to the afd. put it into context for us. well, simply because the _ into context for us. well, simply because the policies _ into context for us. well, simply because the policies and - into context for us. well, simply because the policies and the i because the policies and the language that the afd uses is a far right party. they talk about immigrants, islam, aspects of science relating to coed in ways that the other party say is simply completely unacceptable within german politics. so what we have is the focus on six parties, six parties which cleared a 5% threshold, but when we are considering coalitions, we discount the afb because all of the other five had said there is no way that we are going into government with them, so we always knew the afb, because at the language it uses is unpalatable to the other five. so when we are doing our map and trying to get to 15, described the afb,
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they will not be in government. the government will be made up of some combination of those five parties, and that combination, we just don't know. it's absolutely crucial not just two germans, but to people across europe and across the road for me because they one of the biggest economies in the world can markedly one of the most influential countries in the european union and it is no exaggeration to say the policies that it will pursue, the next government will pursue on some of the biggest issues of our time, climate change, the degree to which the european union comes together further, further integration, the approach of the app to defence issues, that australian the uk in the us have raised recently. all of these things are going to be influenced by germany and have germany approaches been significantly by the nature of the coalition, so we have the results are what we think will be the result, but we don't have the outcome, that is what makes german election so exciting. you have a campaign, the result can and then
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his third section, which is catching up his third section, which is catching up to is actually going to be in charge. we are approaching the third section now. {lilia charge. we are approaching the third section now— section now. ok, that it is explained _ section now. ok, that it is explained giddily. - section now. ok, that it is explained giddily. ratherl section now. ok, that it is i explained giddily. rather you section now. ok, that it is - explained giddily. rather you than me. ross atkins, thank you very much indeed. thank you. of course, there will be more from ross and the team out in germany right here on bbc news. that story is going to be covered on the pages on monday morning, we will find out what they say at 10:30 pm and 11:30 pm later this evening. they guessed joining me tonight, well, james markham of the cheap business commentator for the cheap business commentator for the independents, and benedict, the uk correspondent at france 24. now, early results from a referendum in switzerland suggest voters have supported same—sex marriage. bringing the country into line with most of western europe. chanting —— cheering. -- cheering. celebrations can as you can see, the
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first projections showed around two thirds of those voting the legislation which will give same—sex couples the same rights under law as a married men and women. in the boat, church groups and conservative political parties oppose the idea, saying it would undermine the traditional family. saying it would undermine the traditionalfamily. 0k, saying it would undermine the traditionalfamily. ok, let's take a look at the government's latest coronavirus tickets for the united kingdom, and they show that there where over 32,000 new infections recorded over the latest 24 hour period. that means in the past week there was an average of over 34,000 new cases per day. another 58 deaths have been recorded, and that is of people who died within 28 days of a positive coping test. that's taking the average number per day in the last week to 138. on vaccinations, well, 89% of people aged 16 or over
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have had their first inoculation whilst more than 82% are now double vaccinated. strictly come dancing contestant tom fletcher and his dance partner have tested positive for covid—19. the pair wellness this coming saturday's show and are now self isolating separately. it's hope they will return for the following week, fletcher is best known for being the front man of the pop rock band mcfly and will also miss their performance in glasgow tonight. a survey has found that young people in the uk are twice as likely as older people to pray regularly. more than half of 18— 34 —year—olds said that they pray at least once a month compared with 24% of those aged 55 and over. harry reports. sunset in
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cardiff, afterward, yasmine and her friends gather for basketball. all muslim women in their �*20s plan their games around islamic prayer times. mt; their games around islamic prayer times. ~ , ., their games around islamic prayer times. ~ , . , their games around islamic prayer times. g . , , times. my faith gives me purpose in this life. it is _ times. my faith gives me purpose in this life. it is something _ this life. it is something that reminds me every day, kind of, why i am here, and it is kind of what i base on my aspirations around, so, to excel in this wild and then hopefully excel in the next as well. the study suggests that young people are more likely to pray and attend worship band older generations. i worship band older generations. i try to pray as much as i can i'm not always— try to pray as much as i can i'm not always on— try to pray as much as i can i'm not always on the — try to pray as much as i can i'm not always on the ball on it, i try my best, because i'm young, itry always on the ball on it, i try my best, because i'm young, i try my best, _ best, because i'm young, i try my best, because i'm young, i try my best, because i'm young, i try my best, because i'm young, itried best, because i'm young, i try my best, because i'm young, i tried to do a _ best, because i'm young, i tried to do a little — best, because i'm young, i tried to do a little bit more all different types of— do a little bit more all different types of aspects of prayer, get involved — types of aspects of prayer, get involved in charity and get involved in, involved in charity and get involved in. you _ involved in charity and get involved in, you know, youth activities as
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they are a couple of explanations for this. as they come in a minority faith tends to have a larger proportion of people under the age of 35. the research also suggested that the pandemic and the move towards online where shep has opened up towards online where shep has opened up more avenues to prayer for young people. 0k, some sporting news for you now. lewis hamilton has become the first formula one driver to win 100 races. after victory in the russian grand peep. but his success meant heartbreak for a fellow brat. and crouch her reports. to win in formula one takes years of dedication, takes place, appreciation and perfect timing. lewis hamilton missed a beat at the start, though, when number 100 would have to be done the hard way. 0ut start, though, when number 100 would have to be done the hard way. out in front, another britain was chasing his first. lando norris looked at
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ease, but in the grey skies can elect a nasty surprise. umbrellas are ttoin elect a nasty surprise. umbrellas are going up- _ elect a nasty surprise. umbrellas are going up- it _ elect a nasty surprise. umbrellas are going up. it was, _ elect a nasty surprise. umbrellas are going up. it was, and - elect a nasty surprise. umbrellas are going up. it was, and it i elect a nasty surprise. umbrellas are going up. it was, and it was i are going up. it was, and it was s-tittin are going up. it was, and it was spitting quite — are going up. it was, and it was spitting quite a _ are going up. it was, and it was spitting quite a lot, _ are going up. it was, and it was spitting quite a lot, and - are going up. it was, and it was spitting quite a lot, and after. spitting quite a lot, and after mercedes to bring hamilton in, the right, at the right time, carefully choreographed. norris stayed outcome of the chart became a deluge, watching his victory away. the man to sail through it all as the man who had done it 99 times before. lewis hamilton, it's 100 race lewis hamilton, it's100 race victories! _ lewis hamilton, it's100 race victories!— lewis hamilton, it's100 race victories! �* ., , ., victories! another milestone in the ma'estic victories! another milestone in the majestic career, _ victories! another milestone in the majestic career, retaking - victories! another milestone in the majestic career, retaking the i majestic career, retaking the championship lead from express stop and who finished second, hamilton once again the master of his craft, but not done yet. and carter, bbc news. let's turn to golf, the usa are closing in on victory at the ryder cup. 14 one half points are needed for victory. and they went into the final round of singles matches with an 11 five lead. so they need to win just three games, and another to be gained that trophy
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from europe. rory mcelroy opened the proceedings and started well for a year up, but the americans have been dominating the singles at the moment. they are ahead in nine matches whilst europe lead in two and one is tied. it only seems a matter of time now for an american victory. status quo founding number and alan lancaster has died at age 72. the bass guitar player had several hits with the group during the �*60s and �*70s, including whatever you want and rocking all over the world. four uk number one albums. the lead singer paid tribute to his former bandmates saying, "alan was an integral part of the sound and enormous success of status
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quo." now, the airport on the palma has been reopened, but many flights remaining cancelled because of the volcanic eruption on the spanish island. ash from the volcano had made it impossible to operate flights from the airport, but a big clean—up operation and carried out overnight allowed the runways to open once again, courtney ben bridge has more. it's been almost a week since the volcano started erupting and it is showing no signs of slowing down. we and it is showing no signs of slowing down.— and it is showing no signs of slowing down. and it is showing no signs of slowint down. ~ ., �* ~ ., slowing down. we don't know when the event cash eruption _ slowing down. we don't know when the event cash eruption is _ slowing down. we don't know when the event cash eruption is going _ slowing down. we don't know when the event cash eruption is going to - slowing down. we don't know when the event cash eruption is going to stop i event cash eruption is going to stop him and we don't have the abolition of the eruption. we don't know what is going to increase intensity or decrease. ., , ., is going to increase intensity or decrease. ., ., , is going to increase intensity or decrease-— is going to increase intensity or decrease. ., ., ., ., decrease. thousands of tons of lava has already — decrease. thousands of tons of lava has already spread _ decrease. thousands of tons of lava has already spread across _ decrease. thousands of tons of lava has already spread across the i has already spread across the landscape, forcing more than 6,000 residents from their homes. it's an anxious wait for people still living and its potential path. translation:
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he can't sleep, it's constantly there. yesterday, shock waves were reaching us here and the house was shaking. we had the feeling we would be asked to evacuate at any moment. i'm stressed, we don't know if they will ask— i'm stressed, we don't know if they will ask you — i'm stressed, we don't know if they will ask you to leave, one that income — will ask you to leave, one that income of— will ask you to leave, one that income of the other out, we hope we will be _ income of the other out, we hope we will be ok_ income of the other out, we hope we will be ok here. we have clothes packed here and choose and the other room, _ packed here and choose and the other room. we _ packed here and choose and the other room, we don't know what will happen — a thick cloud of smoke and ash now extends four kilometres into the air and this is the impact — the airport has been forced to close because of the amount of ash covering the runway. that's lead to long lines of tourists trying to get ferries this is the first eruption in 50 years and its impact will be felt for many years to come. courtney bembridge, bbc news.
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