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pressure then the next weather high pressure then the next weather system coming in from the atlantic. into wednesday, still windy but eastern england to begin with, cloud and showers move away, sunshine comes out for a while but already we see cloud thickening to the west and rain arriving into northern ireland. for england and wales at least ahead of that, temperatures should be higher on wednesday, but there is warmer weather still to come. some rain in the forecast. this rain will focus mainly into northern ireland and scotland. high pressure towards the south—east of the uk, and that means that it will bring in some tropical, maritime air, with temperatures reaching possibly 20 degrees as early as thursday. a reminder of our top story. the chancellor has defended his tax rises and says no tax cuts until public finances allow. and facebook, instagram and whatsapp have all gone
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off—line this evening in a major network blackout. that's all from us for now, so it's goodbye from me. now over to the bbc�*s news teams where you are. hello and welcome to sports day. coming up on the ashes to our, well joe will need his site in australia this winter. cbc is the need to speak on whether it will go ahead. as watford appoints italian as their 15 minute manager since 2012. at the manchester city blues are struggling in the league as what is going on with one of the games dominant forces. coming up in the programme,
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a day after she became the third fastest british woman over the marathon distance, we hearfrom charlotte. good evening. welcome to sports day. we are set for a big week of decision—making over the upcoming ashes tour. yesterday the england players were presented with the proposed conditions for the series in australia this winter and today, the ecb said the board will meet this week to decide whether to i will go ahead. australia has some of the strictest covid—19 protocols in place in the world at the moment. with the first test due to be paid at the start of december. — do you could be played. for england cricketers, nowhere is furtherfrom
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home than australia. william always got companyjust not many friends. a hostile place to put an anti—covid—19 bubble so it all go p0p? anti—covid—19 bubble so it all go pop? the england and wales cricket board will decide this week if they will send a pm to contest the ashes. the players are considering bands. some have concerned over quarantine arrangements and whether their families can travel. with the t20 woke up before hand, some could be away from home for four months. the ecb said they were talking to cricket australia on their own players with welfare in mind. they addedin players with welfare in mind. they added in a statement the board will decide whether the conditions are sufficient for the choice to go ahead. and enabled the selection of ahead. and enabled the selection of a squad visiting a series of the significance. that's reach over to admit that there is much to wait up. it's really important that advice and opportunity to think it through and opportunity to think it through and do what is best for them and their mental well—being and the fact that they are figuring out and it's one of those occasions that they're desperate to be on and the position
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i'm in with my career it could be the last opportunity i get to go. australia has some of the strictest anti—covid—19 will is in the world with different restrictions for each of the states, prone to sudden changes to even small outbreaks. the vaccination programme has been running some way behind the uk but is catching up. much is uncertain, but there cricket captain is not a man for gray areas. the but there cricket captain is not a man for gray areas.— but there cricket captain is not a man for gray areas. the ashes are auoin man for gray areas. the ashes are going ahead. _ man for gray areas. the ashes are going ahead. the _ man for gray areas. the ashes are going ahead, the first _ man for gray areas. the ashes are going ahead, the first test - man for gray areas. the ashes are | going ahead, the first test whether or not to be honest with you. so they all want to, and there is no doubt about that and they are trying to get themselves the best possible condition they can get but at the end of the day we are and we to give them conditions because we will be in the same boat as them. australia has alwa s in the same boat as them. australia has always been _ in the same boat as them. australia has always been an _ in the same boat as them. australia has always been an inconvenient - has always been an inconvenient place for englishmen to play cricket. ashes used to involve long voyages and many months away from home. getting there is easier now but what about staying there? for
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this generation of tourists, is this journey to the other side of the world trip to fire? — too far? i have been speaking to adam collins who is an australian cricketer and he has been following all the twists and turns in up to the ashes series. what does he think about this latest move from the ecb? we what does he think about this latest move from the ecb?— move from the ecb? we need to be some strong — move from the ecb? we need to be some strong army _ move from the ecb? we need to be some strong army and _ move from the ecb? we need to be some strong army and he _ move from the ecb? we need to be some strong army and he needed . move from the ecb? we need to be| some strong army and he needed to move from the ecb? we need to be . some strong army and he needed to be some strong army and he needed to be some strong army and he needed to be some strong negotiating tactics used through the course of the process and may be this latest statement is and may be this latest statement is an extension of that and i want to make sure they get the absolute best deal before signing the titled line. i also appreciate the players might be sitting around after their season and feeding reports in australia that looked grim. there is a schedule of the next games called off last week in brisbane which is may the 1st test is going to be. if i was watching this report i would be anxious as well. the goalpost has changed in the last few days and advice is that there in australia is going through the roof at a rate of
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a light which means when they are scheduled to start the ashes series in brisbane on the 8th of december, things should be in setting the planning that's been done by the government is that things will be fine. however, iappreciate government is that things will be fine. however, i appreciate that it violates up that way as recently as a month ago and you can understand why the england players would have a degree of trepidation. now i think about that and making sure they squeeze the sponge to the extent they can to a negotiation for get every last drop out of it before they decide to agree for many to come. if they decide to agree for many to come. , ., . they decide to agree for many to come. ,, . . they decide to agree for many to come. i” . . . they decide to agree for many to come. ., ., . ., come. if you had a hunch escalated the latest will — come. if you had a hunch escalated the latest will go _ come. if you had a hunch escalated the latest will go ahead _ come. if you had a hunch escalated the latest will go ahead or - come. if you had a hunch escalated the latest will go ahead or not, - come. if you had a hunch escalated the latest will go ahead or not, the j the latest will go ahead or not, the ashes tour? in the latest will go ahead or not, the ashes tour?— ashes tour? in order for the ashes series not — ashes tour? in order for the ashes series not to _ ashes tour? in order for the ashes series not to go _ ashes tour? in order for the ashes series not to go ahead _ ashes tour? in order for the ashes series not to go ahead would - ashes tour? in order for the ashes i series not to go ahead would require effectively a boycott from the ecb. not in those strong times but a postponement — postponement to achieve the current scheduling arrangement that we have i cannot see that happening. there's too much on the line financially and ashes is effectively an industry inside of cricket and a summit on the line for both boards and the reciprocity of the agreements and arrangements that
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too with broadcasting beyond and i just can't see a scenario where the a company put out. when individual players i even with all the positive developments i referred to, well there still be some senior players that say i don't fancy it and don't want to do any version of quarantine after being double vaccinated and some might arrive at the heart — too high a bar to clear to play in these conditions but i would not doubt for minute that the vast majority of players if presented with a modest quarantine arrangement in a country thatis quarantine arrangement in a country that is opening up versus staying at home i would expect the majority of them and the vast majority of them will take that option. fin them and the vast ma'ority of them will take that option.— will take that option. on to football- — will take that option. on to football. the _ will take that option. on to football. the first - will take that option. on to i football. the first managerial change of the season in the premier league. they have appointed claudio to repay — replace after the spaniard was fired having taken over last december. he read what frate the promotion getting 21 of his 36
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games in charge. the club are currently 15 in the premier league seven points from seven games. he has signed a two—year contract with his first game against liverpool and that italian one the premier league with leicester city back in 2016 and he also had spells in charge of chelsea and follow. he becomes the 13th permanent manager appointed by the families and they took over at the families and they took over at the club back in 2012. how have the funds viewed this system? i spoke to andy lewis of the hornets nest podcast before it was confirmed. fin podcast before it was confirmed. on the plus side it works because since they came in and beforehand we wear a lower league championship side on the brink of administration and things they came in we had one playoff final in their first season in charge with two promotions and one of those immediately after
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street we had an fa cup semifinal in 2016 and a final in 2019 and finale points to tati and our highest position finished since the 19805. so, it's frustrating on one hand not having that said anything that i think that a grave but it's hard to argue that with the results that have fallen in the last decade. what have fallen in the last decade. what do ou have fallen in the last decade. what do you think — have fallen in the last decade. what do you think he _ have fallen in the last decade. what do you think he will _ have fallen in the last decade. what do you think he will bring? i - have fallen in the last decade. what do you think he will bring? i think. do you think he will bring? i think he will bring _ do you think he will bring? i think he will bring a — do you think he will bring? i think he will bring a little _ do you think he will bring? i think he will bring a little bit _ do you think he will bring? i think he will bring a little bit of - he will bring a little bit of experience and he's probably the most high—profile head coach what mo5t high—profile head coach what frate has ever had in the history of the club. numerous managerial owners and he managed in several countries across europe and it's really high—profile and business for what frate cell having that in — in game experience for us and also the players at his distrust — disposal. we know he likes to press and lip left in 2016 their tactic was to
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bring the ball in the final third and they like to press high as well and they like to press high as well and in its most managerial club in italy and i think we have got the likes of all these players that like to attack and like to get forward and want to play on the front flight so i think that will suit wofford and i think he favors the a42 and so i think that will suit wofford and i think he favors the 442 and a bit more with sanity and the defense last season was one of the joint best in championship history but the season has been leaky and we have not kept a clean sheet yet and we have been giving away goals like christmas presents so far this season so it's been very frustrating defensively and i think you will hopefully bring more stability but we will hopefully pay to our strengths and attacking as well. in recent years we got used to seeing manchester city women with plenty of
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silverware. three fa cup in four years. the champions in 2061 of the best site in england. however it is farfrom rosy best site in england. however it is far from rosy right now. they are on their worst ever run after defeat to west ham yesterday, struggling in the air out of europe so what has gone wrong? we are used to looking at manchester city women of high when you reach for the stars you can come crashing down back to earth with quite a thought. in the last month, they have lost as many league games as the previous two seasons combined. variants into the autumn and already success for our city come spring and they'll already be to fight the crime. it come spring and they'll already be to fight the crime.— to fight the crime. it seems like luck and that _ to fight the crime. it seems like luck and that shift _ to fight the crime. it seems like luck and that shift that - to fight the crime. it seems like luck and that shift that they - to fight the crime. it seems like l luck and that shift that they need something. luck and that shift that they need somethint. , ._ luck and that shift that they need something-— luck and that shift that they need somethint. , ._ ., ., ,., something. they may have a point. what if the — something. they may have a point. what if the handball _ something. they may have a point. what if the handball was _ something. they may have a point. what if the handball was not - something. they may have a point. | what if the handball was not missed against the spurs. what if melvin
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white was unsighted to equalize in sunday's to west ham, the fine margins. if you discounts they are heaviest defeat since turning pro. throw in an early champions league exits and progress has been grounded. injuries have not helped either. the captain adding to a problem bordering on crisis. you have not problem bordering on crisis. you have got to _ problem bordering on crisis. you have got to the _ problem bordering on crisis. mt, have got to the defenders and year—by—year of midfield missing and their key positions in games against arson and obviously they have got that but it's a tough start for them. �* , ., ., that but it's a tough start for them. �*, ., ., .,, them. it's done little to ease the ressure them. it's done little to ease the pressure on _ them. it's done little to ease the pressure on the _ them. it's done little to ease the pressure on the manager. - them. it's done little to ease the pressure on the manager. he - them. it's done little to ease the - pressure on the manager. he insists he can turn things around and things will get better. it will have to click. it's that manchester derby this weekend. here is more on this
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now with the football correspondent from the daily mail. thank you for joining us on sports day. how much pressure is gareth taylor on there? quite a bit i would say. three defeats in the ws l out of europe already, it's not looking good at the moment and the big game against manchester united coming up over the weekend. they are struggling for goals as well as conceding obviously that they lost and they are struggling to break things down. he has to fix that quickly and he's under a lot of pressure this weekend. fits under a lot of pressure this weekend-— under a lot of pressure this weekend. �* , ., �* , ., weekend. as we heard it's that manchester — weekend. as we heard it's that manchester derby _ weekend. as we heard it's that manchester derby that - weekend. as we heard it's that manchester derby that always | weekend. as we heard it's that - manchester derby that always brings added level of attention and pressure and if things do not turn quickly, are we sensing that there would be a swift change a manager? it is hard to know if manchester city because they are not a club to react during the season. they've had managers for long periods of time
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and they brought gareth taylor through their academy system and that's the route the gone down and they're not really a club to panic and sack the manager but if they don't pick up soon they will be in a battle for third place and to qualify for champions league if they missed out on it it will be a blow for them so if things don't pick up i can see them going into the market and looking for someone to come into the place gareth taylor but... i suppose it is important to remember they have so many injuries and they did lose a couple of those big american players they had in the squad last season so it's tough times for them in terms of getting the performances in.— times for them in terms of getting the performances in. yes. he was an american prayer— the performances in. yes. he was an american prayer that _ the performances in. yes. he was an american prayer that came _ the performances in. yes. he was an american prayer that came over - the performances in. yes. he was an american prayer that came over the | american prayer that came over the last season and with good for them and she's gone back to america and bid absences in the defense with the england captain as well so that's had an impact but even with the long injury list he would sit expectantly
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doing better and still expect them to beat westend and tottenham with the they have available so it's been difficult for gareth taylor but he still got a strong squad that they did recruit and results should be better than they have been. the top two football — better than they have been. the top two football leagues _ better than they have been. the top two football leagues in _ better than they have been. the top two football leagues in england - better than they have been. the top | two football leagues in england have warranted that plans for the world cups will have a profoundly detrimental impact on the women's game. fifa is proposing to shorten the gap between the men's and women's showpiece events from four years to two years as part of the changes to the new international calendar and the women separating and championship were among ten european competitions to sign a statement along with you a and the european club association and they called on fifa to engage in an open forum to address the concerns that will alter the development of the women's game. let's take a quick look at some other stories making venues today. gareth southgate has added chelsea's ben sheila and tommy
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abraham and his england squad for the forthcoming world cup qualifiers. they play away on saturday and then hungary at wembley the following tuesday. tyson fury could be set to return to fight in the uk again according to his promotionalfront the uk again according to his promotional front following the heavyweight showdown in las vegas and it would be the third time they have met. he has not fought on home soil since 2018. the brilliant run at the san diego open ended in the final last night and the british number two was beaten by casper who earlier knocked out and murray. he went down sixth of in losing the second 6—2 to the second feed. a lot of us will have watch the scenes of achievement at the london american yesterday. 0ne scenes of achievement at the london american yesterday. one of the great feats she ran the third fastest time for a british woman at yesterday's
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race and today she raced up she has been speaking to the bbc and facebook about being snubbed for the tokyo 0lympics facebook about being snubbed for the tokyo olympics and also the effects on her as a runner in the wake of this era everard murder. personally i've never really _ this era everard murder. personally i've never really felt _ this era everard murder. personally i've never really felt safe _ this era everard murder. personally i've never really felt safe running i i've never really felt safe running alone and definitely not at night. in the daytime i choose places that are quite busy and someone always knows where i am running but i would never run alone at night and i never have. when i was a young kid my mum and dad used to drive the car around with me when i ran a loop around the estate are various delays and they would drive and park and i would run past and the next part and my mum and dad have always instilled in me that i should never really run alone so i choose to run on the treadmill at night when it's dark and ijust feel safer and you don't have to worry about anything or luckily my partner is a runner as well so we do a lot of training together but
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seeing it on the news in recent weeks definitely brings it more to my attention especially now when you might get complacent and think i'll be all right probably would not think that now. you be all right probably would not think that now.— be all right probably would not think that now. ., , ., ., ., think that now. you should not have to feel that — think that now. you should not have to feel that way _ think that now. you should not have to feel that way and _ think that now. you should not have to feel that way and we _ think that now. you should not have to feel that way and we should - think that now. you should not have to feel that way and we should not l to feel that way and we should not have to _ to feel that way and we should not have to take all the steps so what do you _ have to take all the steps so what do you think needs to change? people are unpredictable _ do you think needs to change? people are unpredictable site _ do you think needs to change? people are unpredictable site cannot - do you think needs to change? people are unpredictable site cannot really i are unpredictable site cannot really predict what someone is going to do. i don't think it ever be able to predict what someone will do which is obviously unfortunate but i think that's just the way it is and i know it is sad and i don't know, i honestly don't know what to possibly be done because i think there are things that people can do like i said tell people where they are running and running routes but nike said before it's sad we have to do that i'm not sure what could be done to be honest. tbs, that i'm not sure what could be done to be honest-— to be honest. a big focus going into the marathon. _ to be honest. a big focus going into the marathon. one _ to be honest. a big focus going into the marathon. one of— to be honest. a big focus going into the marathon. one of the _ to be honest. a big focus going into the marathon. one of the focus - to be honest. a big focus going intoj the marathon. one of the focus was on you and what happened earlier in the year and you said yesterday that you felt vindicated now that your performance was good enough. do you
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feel that you showed what they were missing out on? i did feel that you showed what they were missing out on?— missing out on? i did feel like i deserve a _ missing out on? i did feel like i deserve a spot _ missing out on? i did feel like i deserve a spot on _ missing out on? i did feel like i deserve a spot on the - missing out on? i did feel like i deserve a spot on the team - missing out on? i did feel like i | deserve a spot on the team and obviously i was not selected and when that was decided there was nothing more i could do but i feel like yesterday i have to go out there and have a good run so i'm glad that i was able to do that. having london really helped me so i think as soon as the olympic door closed and i was able to focus on london it was like yes, i'll forget about that now. but our focus on london self i'm glad it went well yesterday. because it's always a lot of pressure going into a big event obviously with the marathon you cannot run one every weekend so you go all in on this monday and then it does not go well you have to re—plan and waits a bit of time before you go at it again but i'm happy that it went well so i can relax a bit and go ahead for the next one.
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ina bid in a bid to bring the study — despite all this international trophy which has never been won by a british team. sir ben ainslie will skipper the challenge and the venue and timing forthe skipper the challenge and the venue and timing for the competition has yet to be decided with a return to auckland not ruled out. let us hear more from the mercedes. the vicinity in terms of simulation _ more from the mercedes. the vicinity in terms of simulation and _ in terms of simulation and developing the simulation tools the formula one cars are not underwater but there is a narrow dynamic and a hydrodynamic discipline that we have to overcome with the america's cup. it all ties into formula one and again that attention to detail and discipline we really believe that can make a big difference to our organization. it is as close as you can get it in terms of a comparison
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to formula one.— can get it in terms of a comparison to formula one. formula one in terms of engineering — to formula one. formula one in terms of engineering it _ to formula one. formula one in terms of engineering it is _ to formula one. formula one in terms of engineering it is the _ to formula one. formula one in terms of engineering it is the pinnacle - to formula one. formula one in terms of engineering it is the pinnacle of - of engineering it is the pinnacle of motor racing and america's cup is the pinnacle. motor racing and america's cup is the pinnacle-— motor racing and america's cup is the pinnacle. formula one has the continuity which _ the pinnacle. formula one has the continuity which we _ the pinnacle. formula one has the continuity which we lack _ the pinnacle. formula one has the continuity which we lack in - the pinnacle. formula one has the continuity which we lack in the - continuity which we lack in the amencas— continuity which we lack in the america's cup and through that you build _ america's cup and through that you build up _ america's cup and through that you build up the intellectual property and the — build up the intellectual property and the partnerships between the designers and the overall capability still merging our two teams is very powerful — still merging our two teams is very powerful. we can certainly learn a lot from _ powerful. we can certainly learn a lot from i— powerful. we can certainly learn a lot from i sport about that continuity and that discipline that comes— continuity and that discipline that comes from formula one and it will make _ comes from formula one and it will make us— comes from formula one and it will make us a — comes from formula one and it will make us a much stronger unit for it. in make us a much stronger unit for it. in formula _ make us a much stronger unit for it. in formula one we introduced the cost cap— in formula one we introduced the cost can this _ in formula one we introduced the cost cap this year _ in formula one we introduced the cost cap this year which _ in formula one we introduced the cost cap this year which means i in formula one we introduced the| cost cap this year which means we had to— cost cap this year which means we had to meet— cost cap this year which means we had to meet our— cost cap this year which means we had to meet our organization - cost cap this year which means wel had to meet our organization more efficient— had to meet our organization more efficient and — had to meet our organization more efficient and obviously— had to meet our organization more efficient and obviously we - efficient and obviously we don't want _ efficient and obviously we don't want to— efficient and obviously we don't want to lose _ efficient and obviously we don't want to lose any _ efficient and obviously we don't want to lose any good - efficient and obviously we don't want to lose any good people i efficient and obviously we don't i want to lose any good people and after _ want to lose any good people and after seven — want to lose any good people and after seven consecutive _ want to lose any good people and - after seven consecutive championship titles it _ after seven consecutive championship titles it was _ after seven consecutive championship titles it was also _ after seven consecutive championship titles it was also interesting _ after seven consecutive championship titles it was also interesting for - titles it was also interesting for some _ titles it was also interesting for some of— titles it was also interesting for some of our— titles it was also interesting for some of our engineers - titles it was also interesting for some of our engineers to - titles it was also interesting for some of our engineers to lookl titles it was also interesting for. some of our engineers to look at something — some of our engineers to look at something else _ some of our engineers to look at something else in _ some of our engineers to look at something else in different- some of our engineers to look ati something else in different states and we _ something else in different states and we created _ something else in different states and we created from _ something else in different states and we created from sheer- and we created from sheer coincidence _ and we created from sheer coincidence a _ and we created from sheer coincidence a new- and we created from sheer- coincidence a new environment that was very— coincidence a new environment that was very beneficial—
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coincidence a new environment that was very beneficial for— coincidence a new environment that was very beneficial for another - was very beneficial for another project — was very beneficial for another project such _ was very beneficial for another project such as _ was very beneficial for another project such as america's - was very beneficial for another project such as america's cupl was very beneficial for another. project such as america's cup and was very beneficial for another - project such as america's cup and we have 40. _ project such as america's cup and we have 40. 50 — project such as america's cup and we have 40. 50 people _ project such as america's cup and we have 40, 50 people in— project such as america's cup and we have 40,50 people in the _ project such as america's cup and we have 40, 50 people in the project- have 40, 50 people in the project throughout— have 40, 50 people in the project throughout the _ have 40, 50 people in the project throughout the departments - have 40, 50 people in the projectj throughout the departments from engineering — throughout the departments from engineering hardware _ throughout the departments from engineering hardware and - throughout the departments from i engineering hardware and software. that's _ engineering hardware and software. that's it _ engineering hardware and software. that's it from — engineering hardware and software. that's it from us _ engineering hardware and software. that's it from us here. _ engineering hardware and software. that's it from us here. remember. engineering hardware and software. i that's it from us here. remember you can stay up—to—date using the bbc sport website and for myself and the team have a good evening. goodbye. here is more on the conservative party conference in manchester. the chancellor is announcing half £1 million to help get people back to work after the pandemic. he's also defended tax rises saying he'd like to cut them when public finances are on a sustainable footing. let us to the conference manchester. we have
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been reflecting on the afternoon here on the chancellor speech and the other speeches that have been going on at the conservative conference and reaction from the back benches and the federation of small businesses and from those running food banks effectively on where we are economically but we are more broadly on where we are as we are emerge from the pandemic. the newly appointed education secretary a few weeks ago. congratulations on your appointment. we will come to your appointment. we will come to your speech on the conference here today and a moment. 0n the chancellor speech. the conversation that's been going on in the last few days about tax and a party that proudly makes the cut tax when a client has had to put up tax. aren't some people uneasy about that? what are your affections on where we are with the conservative government and the tax take and tax burden at the moment it is historically high. everything i can remember, being a member of this party. successive governments of different colors,
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red, blue, has said they would deal with the pretty difficult and compact issue of adult social care. despite minister has delivered on that as one of the christ delivering brexit and dealing with the global pandemic but that is focused on that particular issue which you raised that national insurance increase. the way it's designed is that the higher your salary, the more contribution you make and i think that's fair. but we all have to make a contribution. ultimately at some point ourselves who are as parents or grandparents or children of elderly grandparents we will have to deal with the really tough issue of delivering a really good social care system that is fully integrated into health care as well as the curse of dementia and having to lose everything including your home and i think despite minister has done that. where we go from here, the
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messaging was clear, it is to build an economy that is dynamic, that is high skills which is my department and that is the bit that i see very much my department as being the department that owns the infrastructure with great teachers, support staff, lecturers at university and fe colleges and the ecosystem that is education. to be able to deliver the skills of the future and that is the intersection which i think is exciting for us. let us talk about education. you give your speech today and it's great to hear about that but are you leveling — lobbying the chancellor ahead of spending reviews are you rattling from our money? i ahead of spending reviews are you rattling from our money?- rattling from our money? i have essentially _ rattling from our money? i have essentially three _ rattling from our money? i have essentially three major - rattling from our money? i have l essentially three major priorities. 0ne essentially three major priorities. one is skills, and a massive skills investment we are making for colleges but also in terms of the
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lifetime skills guarantee. i went to the department to operationalize the levy on the standards that we brought in to put apprenticeships on a stable footing and growth. now, we are going further, if you told me back then they would be a prime minister who would deliver a lifetime skills guarantee for anyone at any age can pull off and we scale up at any age can pull off and we scale up would say you are dreaming because the treasury would never allow that. i think we have a huge opportunity. so making sure that all children catch up before the end of this parliament.— children catch up before the end of this parliament. before your time is education secretary _ this parliament. before your time is education secretary about _ this parliament. before your time is education secretary about kevin - education secretary about kevin collins they catch up czar he was abdicating a massive financial investment and he resigned because he said the government was not coming close to that. are you getting enough to do the catching up then children need and provide what
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they need? i then children need and provide what the need? ., , , . ., they need? i have huge respect for kevin collins _ they need? i have huge respect for kevin collins but _ they need? i have huge respect for kevin collins but i _ they need? i have huge respect for kevin collins but i was _ they need? i have huge respect for kevin collins but i was in _ they need? i have huge respect for kevin collins but i was in the - kevin collins but i was in the department theresa may brought me back of children and family minister and the earliest much of the gap is baked in in the face not to five years and we have got to deal with that and i spoke about that in a speech today, but actually we put the billion towards recovery at the moment and the premise minister will go further and you have to make sure this is her i succeeded on vaccines it has to be evidence lead so i will get by next month the first evaluation and we are doing tutoring and it's no longer the domain of wealthy parents that can offer that tutoring and it's available to every child and that's what i want to see happen. i look at the evaluation of that next month and we will build on that next month and we will build on that and so my very strong commitment, i said to is that it is
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a moral imperative for this government to make sure every child catches up from the setback of the pandemic by the end of this parliament.— pandemic by the end of this parliament. ., ~ , ., ., _, parliament. thank you for coming down. parliament. thank you for coming down- then _ parliament. thank you for coming down. then your— parliament. thank you for coming down. then your education - parliament. thank you for coming i down. then your education secretary as he hurried there, he's doing the big one. it's time for a look at the weather. it's been a weather. it's been big one. it's time for a look at the weather. it's been a day of sunshine and showers today. the showers are moving east followed by cloudiness and drain developing in wales and the southwest and this more organized band of rain will push east across much of england and wales overnight. some heavy rain particularly here and it will be accompanied by gusty winds. it will keep the temperature is more organized band of rain will push east across much of england and wales overnight. some heavy rain particularly here and it will be accompanied by gusty winds. it will keep the temperatures up overnight but for much of scotland temperatures could be close to freezing. we have got the wet and windy weather around on tuesday and the heavy rain will clear in the
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southeast and wet weather continues to run into southeast much of northern england and north wales for a while pushing into the midlands as well. it's an area of low pressure and we have got strong wings anywhere we are seeing that rain it will make you feel cold and some chain across southern parts of england and wales and northern ireland and western areas of scotland temperatures mid—teens at best. it does clearly overnight and a brief ridge of high pressure with sunshine but there is more rain coming in from the atlantic into northern ireland.
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hello, welcome to outside source, i'm ros atkins. the pandora papers exposed wealth from dozens of leaders. a major donor to the conservative party is also caught up in the scandal, and he denies any wrongdoing. journalists have been looking into 12 million documents in a year—long investigation. we will speak to one of them from bbc arabic. facebook is accused by one of its former execs of putting the growth of its business ahead of user safety. growth of its business ahead of user safe . .,. , growth of its business ahead of user
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