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is patel says must there headline is patel says must take women seriously. i don't know where europe paper stands on president addict there's been some call that she should be redesigning. could thatjust be a token move, with change anything? in could thatjust be a token move, with change anything?— could thatjust be a token move, with change anything? in this piece is well it mentions _ with change anything? in this piece is well it mentions at _ with change anything? in this piece is well it mentions at the _ with change anything? in this piece is well it mentions at the home - is well it mentions at the home office in various are getting more frustrated with cressida dick. they've given her a two year contrast and she has to get on top of the serious crime. there doesn't seem to be a lot of confidence in terms of newspapers, the editorials not much confidence in her doing that. would a chilly call for her to go but they didn't seem to be a great deal of support her across the newspaper industry and the people who bright the leaders. but looking at this priti patel is saying a very similar think that borisjohnson, is listen to women, take what they're saying seriously, if there's been an
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incident it has to be thoroughly investigated. treat everyone seriously and with dignity and respect. what you don't want this to be and this from the prime minister and the times and also in the telegraph from the home secretary is just words. we don't want to hear just words. we don't want to hear just words. we don't want to hear just words around conference time. we want them to follow through with this and want to make sure that the streets are safer within the story as well there is further criticism of the metropolitan police. it mentions that the three was identified for his indecent exposure a few days before but they didn't a chilly realise he was a police officer which again is going to be shocking to many people who didn't find that out straight away. also that two then were in a whatsapp group with them sharing races and various other offensive messages. they haven't been suspended as yet. there is clearly a lot to be done and clearly a lot of work for both cressida dick and priti patel to get on with. what we want to see results
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on with. what we want to see results on the street. we want to see safer streets and we want safer particular for women and girls. and that is what has to be the legacy of theirs. more questions ahead i'm sure. let us move in if we can to something that looks like potentially good news in the ft. a pill that house the rest would not risk of covid death. , . , ., ., death. yes finally we are moving into the area _ death. yes finally we are moving into the area of _ death. yes finally we are moving into the area of treatment. - death. yes finally we are moving | into the area of treatment. there have _ into the area of treatment. there have been— into the area of treatment. there have been some... to getting to be good _ have been some... to getting to be good developments. the problem with covid was _ good developments. the problem with covid was notjust good developments. the problem with covid was not just that so many people — covid was not just that so many pe0ple are _ covid was not just that so many people are infected and continue to be infected but what happens next, the debt _ be infected but what happens next, the debt figures, the terrible long covid _ the debt figures, the terrible long covid symptoms and so on? this is fantastic_ covid symptoms and so on? this is fantastic news. if this is true and it works — fantastic news. if this is true and it works then the number of deaths would _ it works then the number of deaths would be _ it works then the number of deaths would be reduced and hopefully these very long. _ would be reduced and hopefully these very long, months and months of awful—
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very long, months and months of awful suffering, there will be treatment for that soon. oh boy, we really— treatment for that soon. oh boy, we really need — treatment for that soon. oh boy, we really need this, don't we? everybody thinks it's over but the numbers— everybody thinks it's over but the numbers are really going up again. and we _ numbers are really going up again. and we are — numbers are really going up again. and we are entering winter. so yeah, fts front _ and we are entering winter. so yeah, fts front page well done for giving us a rare _ fts front page well done for giving us a rare good story in today's newspapers. us a rare good story in today's newsoapers-— us a rare good story in today's newspapers. us a rare good story in today's newsuaers. , . , ., newspapers. everyone is crying out for aood newspapers. everyone is crying out for good news- _ newspapers. everyone is crying out for good news. anthony _ newspapers. everyone is crying out for good news. anthony fauci - newspapers. everyone is crying out. for good news. anthony fauci saying trials were impressive and obviously good news. trials were impressive and obviously aood news. ., , , ., ~ ., good news. tremendous news to know there's going — good news. tremendous news to know there's going to _ good news. tremendous news to know there's going to be _ good news. tremendous news to know there's going to be a _ good news. tremendous news to know there's going to be a pill— good news. tremendous news to know there's going to be a pill and _ good news. tremendous news to know there's going to be a pill and this - there's going to be a pill and this is something that stops you a chilly going into hospital or can have the risk of going into hospital and death as well. once you have treatments like this out there, we always want to treat it like flu or cold or something like that. were now moving towards that sort of territory was up and hopefully by the spring once the cases have gone down, once we got more treatments
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like this, apparently it's partly named after the stores hammer. and this is going to hammer the virus is what some of the scientists are saying. — thor. it's great news and something that should really be applauded. again it's the scientist to get us out of this we had the vaccines and now this. hopefully there will be plenty more treatments soon. �* ., ., _, there will be plenty more treatments soon. �* ., ., . ~ there will be plenty more treatments soon. �* ., ., ., soon. i'm going to come back to you for very final — soon. i'm going to come back to you for very final story _ soon. i'm going to come back to you for very final story and only - soon. i'm going to come back to you for very final story and only a - for very final story and only a minute or so. a story in the front page of the glasgow times football in racism, can you explain? ads, page of the glasgow times football in racism, can you explain? a story about glenn _ in racism, can you explain? a story about glenn camara _ in racism, can you explain? a story about glenn camara he _ in racism, can you explain? a story about glenn camara he plays - in racism, can you explain? a storyl about glenn camara he plays for the rangers and he was playing in europe yesterday. ease already been these subjective races abused in the last few seasons. last night he was playing at sparta plaid two prague in the euro per league and he was booed again. sparta prague sadly had had their stadium band forfans by uefa season for abuse to eight monaco player. what they allowed
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10,000 children and instead last night is sort of a halfway house and it appears that a lot of the children carried on the racial abuse. what we are trying to get across to generations is that this is completely unacceptable. but it's worrying that children and teenagers who are supposed to be there to put on the happier side of football, theyjoined in as well. there is been quite a big follow from it and obviously rangers football club very happy with it calling for more action to be taken against sparta prague. this year we've seen the city player and has been a prosecution in this country which saw a west brom fan sentenced to a few weeks in prison. that's what people want to see now, they want to see tougher action. i don't know what you do with these kids, it's about education. this is still a serious problem with racism and two months football fans. terri;o serious problem with racism and two months football fans.— months football fans. terry briefly, the fact that _ months football fans. terry briefly, the fact that we _ months football fans. terry briefly, the fact that we are _ months football fans. terry briefly, the fact that we are still— months football fans. terry briefly,
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the fact that we are still seeing - the fact that we are still seeing these stories over and over again. it's very disappointing. i can't get my head — it's very disappointing. i can't get my head around it. what is in the heads _ my head around it. what is in the heads of— my head around it. what is in the heads of these white children or white then and women that they see a different— white then and women that they see a different coloured skin and they react _ different coloured skin and they react in— different coloured skin and they react in this way? i cannot understand the psychology of theirs. great _ understand the psychology of theirs. great players, great brightest, great _ great players, great brightest, great singers and all they see is a black— great singers and all they see is a black skin — great singers and all they see is a black skin and they can't bear it? i wish _ black skin and they can't bear it? i wish i _ black skin and they can't bear it? i wish i understood, i really don't. i think wish i understood, i really don't. think lots of wish i understood, i really don't. i think lots of us might be with you on that one. we will be back to you for more to cover some of the other stories across the other papers in an hour or so. stories across the other papers in an hour orso. 45 stories across the other papers in an hour or so. 45 minutes. we will see you then. thank you for staying with us on a friday night. bye— bye.
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st helens have booked their place at next saturday's super league grand final after a 36 eight win over leeds. the home side were dominant throughout and got things off to the best possible start with this brilliant try from regan grace. saints would go on to score four more before grace rounded of the scoring for his second the game. they're are looking to win the competition for the third year in a row and go level with leeds for the most winds in history with eight. bristol have their first win of rugby union's new premiership season beating bath 25 20 at ashton gate. bristol have their first win of rugby union's new premiership with the combination of the kicking of callum sheedy and this drive still managed to take the drop. britain's cameron norrie has beaten canada's denis shapovalov for the second time this year
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to reach the semifinals of the san diego open. norrie took the first set 6 3, winning four games in a row at the end of the set and he grew stronger as the match wore on against the fourth seed, who he also be at queen's this year. he won the second set six one. it means ease reached the sixth atp semifinal in 2021 which is as many as he'd ever reached in previous years. championship leaders west bromwich albion have been beaten by stoke city nick powell scored the only goal of the night late on shortly after his side had missed a penalty to break the deadlock. the win sends stoke up to third in the table, just one point off west brom. the czech foreign affairs minister says he will summon the british ambassador after allegations that the rangers player glen kamara was subjected to booing and jeering in prague last night. rangers have contacted uefa after kamara was targetted during their europa league defeat by sparta prague, just months after he was racially abused by a slavia prague player.
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the game was initially supposed to be played behind closed doors, after sparta supporters had racially abused a monaco player in an earlier match, but it was later decided to allow ten thousand schoolchildren to attend the game. sparta have tonight the allegations saying: " it is absolutely unbelievable that after a match we have to watch innocent children being attacked and face unfounded accusations of racism." the czech foreign affairs minister jakub kul hanek waded into the argument by tweeting... however, marvin bartley, the livingstone captain and the scottish fa's equality advisor thinks these attitudes won't change until there's a deterrant. there is no consequences for peoples actions that nothing will change. if you villages can get away with doing
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the sorts of things they wisely can a change? that has to be a deterrent for people out there and that's not enough. sloppy a prod to but they did, kamara was booed and he should've been an empty stadium. why let 10,000 people allowed in the weather was children or adults because my edges shows that uefa don't care. forfar too because my edges shows that uefa don't care. for far too long this is been going on and they don't care and they let fans into the stadium went behind closed doors, what kind of messages that sending out? premier league players who are fully vaccinated will be allowed to travel to countries on the uk's red list during the international break and be allowed to train or play after quarantine on return, it's been announced by the uk government. tottenham's giovanni lo celso was one of four england based argentine players who played in a match against brazil last month, which was stopped by brazilian hail officials, saying they had to quarantine. for this international break, english based players including brazilians roberto firmino and manchester city's gabrieljesus, will be allowed to travel
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but will have to quarantine in "bespoke facilities" for ten days when they get back to the uk. liverpool managerjurgen klopp is not impressed. that would mean for the players after the national break that they go for a ten to 12 days with the national teens and then they go another ten days away from theirfamilies into quarantine. that's 22 days and two weeks later there is a next international break, the next international tuesday. ——duty so it doesn't sound to me a real solution. chelsea manager thomas tuchel has confirmed that defender reece james will not be joining the england squad for matches against andorra and hungary this month, because ease not back to full training yet. james was named in gareth southgate's 23 man squad yesterday, despite coming off injured in the defeat against manchester city last week and not featuring in the trip tojuventus in midweek. he's currently only raining in the pool and will miss tomorrow's game with southampton. tuchel thinks there's been
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a misunderstanding unless james is playing for a different england team. when i started i thought that maybe he goes with the water polo team for england because right now he trains in the pool. so i was a bit surprised but i understood that he was selected for the football team so this will not happen. because he is training in the pool right now. my is training in the pool right now. my understanding, my last information is that he will not go for that can only be a misunderstanding, nothing else. british boxerjoejoyce says he "trusts" he will be awarded an olympic gold medal after an independent investigation found officials manipulated the outcome of matches at rio 2016. joyce lost his super heavyweight final to france's tony yoka and that was one of 11 "suspicious" bouts. the head of the investigation, professor richard mclaren, said a system for the manipulation of fights was in place.
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the sport's world governing body the aiba said it noted the report with "concern". joyce has released a statement, saying he was sad to see corruption in the sport he loves and he'll be considering the finding with his legal team. that's all the sport for now. saturday is not looking great. it's going to be one of those grey, wet, windy, autumnal days, and many of us will probably choose to stay indoors. the good news is sunday is looking a lot better. now, in the early hours, we are expecting rain to reach western parts of the uk, so that means that the east and central areas will be clear. and in fact, there will be some sunshine early in the morning, just enough time to nip out and do a bit of early morning shopping. but come the afternoon, it is looking like widespread rain across the uk, strong winds as well, with the worst of the weather probably further south
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and the southeast. and there will be gale force winds around coasts as well. further towards the northwest, for example in northern ireland, it's going to be more of a mixed bag, sunshine and showers. and then eventually, that widespread rain will clear into the north sea come the evening hours. and then sunday is looking better for the marathon runners.
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this is bbc news with the latest headlines for viewers in the uk and around the world. a pill developed to treat severe coronavirus has reported positive trial results. it could halve the chances of dying or being admitted to hospital. scientists say the scale of deforestation in northern brazil risks turning the amazon into something more like savannah. after the murder of sarah everard by a serving police officer, london's metropolitan police tries to regain the public�*s trust. president biden visits capitol hill in an attempt to persuade democrats to support his $1 trillion infrastructure bill. and there are just hours to go until the culmination of europe's first mission to mercury.

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