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,is actually quite come at the block is making concessions. european court will not lose its oversight role. this is quite interesting, is to? what if in the time that this would have been reported in very partisan terms and now it feels as if the papers have kind of pulled away from some of that rhetoric. it's obvious this was a real problem. this is something that from the minute this deal was signed two years ago in 2019 there were problems already. people are already criticising it, there were issues on both sides, nobody was particularly happy about it. and problems have only gotten worse and they have come march the front. the fact that the eu has cut out ahead of this and has been briefing is probably pretty part of that i think. they have gone to papers and you can read the quotes that are all very similar. they have given papers and i think that tends to help with that. they framed it in
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a way that the eu wanted framed basically. they have gone out and briefed on that but i think the telegraph, they do use words like concessions and you see that in bold on their front page. the concessions and you see that in bold on theirfront page. the block on their front page. the block is making concessions because during the negotiations previously they were talking about the eu taking a very hard line on some of the areas around northern ireland protocol and other areas in the price of negotiation so i think there are slight differences in their and slight differences in their and slight points like words used concessions, they're giving it a little bit to us and when you start using words like that it's obvious there's a little bit of changes so still there. i think this was a real problem and people are just happy that this might finally be an end to this or hopefully get to a place that we are not continually talking about it northern ireland protocol.
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let's move the ft. you can't recover would like to hide other advanced nations, the forecast. yes would like to hide other advanced nations, the forecast.— would like to hide other advanced nations, the forecast. yes and it's really interesting _ nations, the forecast. yes and it's really interesting piece _ nations, the forecast. yes and it's really interesting piece and - nations, the forecast. yes and it's really interesting piece and it - really interesting piece and it talks about the uk economy being 3% still under where it was pre—pandemic and by the time we get to 2024 we are all in a phase in the pandemic now where we are looking forward to restrictions starting to ease and doing things we like to do, maybe looking forward to christmas apart from low shortages that we might see in shops. people trying to get back to the daily lives and enjoy a little bit more but there is real problems caused by this pandemic and the economy is one of those. furlough hasjust ended, probably going to see the consequences of that but the economy is going to be a huge problem and as the ft pointed out in the story rishi sunak will have some huge decisions to make here and they suggest that these new taxes that he
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is brought in could possibly have to be used for areas like trench short of the economy and deal with the of the pandemic rather than putting it towards shiny new policies to overhaul the health and social care system. these are massive challenges that will face the government and right on the road possibly right of the time of the general election. talk about general election 23 three, 2024. when all of this is going to hit. i think it's going to be a huge difficulty going forward. integer saying that that point was being made by the cheaper physical studies 20 for ours ago that the money that had been put aside for health and social care was not going to be enough. the imf seems to be endorsing that. i to be enough. the imf seems to be endorsing that-— endorsing that. i don't think there is any doubt _ endorsing that. i don't think there is any doubt at — endorsing that. i don't think there is any doubt at all. _ endorsing that. i don't think there is any doubt at all. they use - endorsing that. i don't think there is any doubt at all. they use the l is any doubt at all. they use the expression _ is any doubt at all. they use the expression large scars to the economy _ expression large scars to the economy. in 2022 particularly. and downgrading their forecast. i
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sunpose _ downgrading their forecast. i suppose there is happier news which the chancellor has been trumpeting that in_ the chancellor has been trumpeting that in this — the chancellor has been trumpeting that in this year, the current year things— that in this year, the current year things have — that in this year, the current year things have gone particularly well in the _ things have gone particularly well in the uk — things have gone particularly well in the uk. but we shall see. our plan _ in the uk. but we shall see. our plan working is the quote? from rishi _ plan working is the quote? from rishi sunak. we shall see how long the plan _ rishi sunak. we shall see how long the plan is — rishi sunak. we shall see how long the plan is working for. for rishi sunak. we shall see how long the plan is working for.— the plan is working for. for now thank you _ the plan is working for. for now thank you both _ the plan is working for. for now thank you both very _ the plan is working for. for now thank you both very much, - the plan is working for. for now thank you both very much, we | the plan is working for. for now i thank you both very much, we will the plan is working for. for now - thank you both very much, we will do all of these again in about 40 minutes' time. the papers are always on online anytime you want to catch up. sport coming up next and the weather and we will be joining our colleagues in singapore for newsday. good evening i'm tulsen tollett and this is your sports news where we start with football. there were ugly scenes tonight at
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wembley stadium as england hosted hungary and a world cup qualifier running out that the other home nations result isjoe wilson. england versus hungary at wembley, one team taking the need. in the crowd one banner symbolising objection to an active antiracism. early in the game spectators and the hungarian section clashed with police. this was a reaction they say after they arrested a man for racially aggravated abuse towards a steward. it was the backdrop. it is the context. on the page there was a penalty for hungry given for this challenge by luke shaw from the height of the foot with enough and england were behind. well after the plane selling of their qualifying doubt they had to respond. reaction from john stones, i—i doubt they had to respond. reaction from john stones, 1—1 at half—time. stones came close to winning it, england posed by draw will require analysis can what happened with the
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crowd will come say the fa, be investigated. 200 miles north of home scotland and their followers knew the reputation of the faroe islands, the population of 50,000 almost 1—0 up here. craig gordon in gold. scotland's position from other optimism demanded a win, there were four minutes left, there was lyndon. one goal was as good as ten. qualifying ambition sustained. northern ireland's focus lies on tournaments beyond 2022, they lead in bulgaria and lost 2—1. more experience for challenges to come. announcing her squad today england head coach serena wiegman has spoken of her excitement of the women's team playing their first competitive game at wembley this month, one of two world cup qualifiers coming up. they play northern ireland there on the 23rd of october before travelling to latvia three days later.
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obviously it is very, very special to play at wembley. and yes although i am very excited, but i'm also call him up. because, you know, we play another match and we just want to play really well, have people come and watch us that have a very nice evening and enjoy themselves also people that watch on the tv enjoy themselves, and will be happy. and thenit themselves, and will be happy. and then itjust themselves, and will be happy. and then it just a themselves, and will be happy. and then itjust a special occasion because you are playing at wembley. it's a busy few months for england's cricketers. the white ball squad are in oman hoping to add the t20 title to the 50 over world cup. but with the ashes on the horizon too, all rounder chrisjordan says there's no danger of the players becoming distracted. it's quite a big event as well, and it's quite a unique circumstance as to what is going on around it. so the talk and all the dissecting of it is pretty normal in this day and age. but i can firmly say that me
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and everyone involved in the squad here is fully focused on the task at hand. now to snooker where three time defending champion judd trump has eased into the second round of the northern ireland open without his opponent scoring a point. trump won all four frames against china's gao yang who couldn't get a footing at the table in belfast, and the englishman will now play another chinese player, lu ning, for a place in the last 16. olympic and european champion katie archibald will headline a 19 strong gb squad at the up coming track cycling world championships. having collected three golds at the last week's european championships and gold in the maddison at the tokyo olympics she heads up the team in roubaix in france. the 27—year—old will be joined by fellow olympic silver medallists neah evans and josie knight in the women's endurance squad, while academy riders megan barker and ella barnwell make their world debuts. discussions will take place over the viability of developing a women's british and irish lions team. england and harlequins prop shaunagh brown
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will form part of a 13 member panel to be chaired by the former lion ieuan evans. the board will assess the financial viability, strength of opposition and scheduling, in weighing up the merits of starting a women's equivalent to the men's side that has toured since 1888. the nfl has confirmed that dusseldorf, frankfurt and munich are the three german cities in talks to stage regular season games. the move is part of a bid to expand its international operation into mainland europe. germany willjoin the uk, which has successfully hosted games in london since 2007. the league is due to play its 30th game in the capital on sunday when the jacksonville jaguars face the miami dolphins at tottenham hotspur stadium. the powers that be in golf are proposing to limit the distance of drives, by shortening the length of clubs used. any club, other than a putter, can be a maximum 48 inches in length, but this would be reduced to 46 inches under planned new rules. at the recent ryder cup, the american bryson dechambeau
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smashed a drive 417 yards to leave a 72 yard second shot at the par five fifth hole at whistling straits. more on that and all of the world cup qualifying action you can head to the bbc sport website. and that's all the sport for now. hello. there were some bright spots on tuesday. some of us got to see a bit of sunshine. but for many places, extensive cloud was the main weather feature, spilling down from the northwest, thick enough at times to produce some spots of rain and drizzle. and wednesday is looking like a very similar day. it will be mostly but not completely dry, often but not completely cloudy. where the cloud has broken, it is going to be quite a chilly start to the day, but most areas beginning with a lot of cloud, some mist and murk, some spots of rain and drizzle. now, through the day,
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i am hopeful that cloud will break a little bit. eastern scotland should see some sunny spells. parts of northern ireland, england and wales will see the cloud thinning and breaking to reveal some brighter interludes. top temperatures between 14 and 17 degrees, light winds down towards the south, but it will be quite easy further north. through wednesday night into thursday, this cloud continues to feed in with some mist and hill fog, some spots of rain and temperatures of 9 to 11 degrees. some more persistent rain, though, beginning to develop in the north of scotland, and that's the first sign of a change. this weather front dropping into the picture during thursday will bring some outbreaks of rain southwards across scotland, that rain particularly heavy and persistent in the northwest highlands, some of that rain getting into northern ireland later in the day accompanied by a strong wind and a wind that will change direction and will start to come down from the north, bringing the first hint of some colder air into northern scotland. further south, england and wales mainly dry, often cloudy. once again, 16 or 17 degrees.
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but as we move through thursday night into friday, that weather front will make progress southwards. you can tell from the blue triangles that this is a cold front. that means it is introducing colder air, the blue shades spreading southwards across the chart for friday. across the northern half of the uk, friday is likely to begin with a touch of frost, and it certainly will feel chillier. but what the front is also doing is it's clearing a lot of the cloud away, so there will be more in the way of sunshine. 15 or 16 degrees down towards the south, but further north — look at that — just 9 in aberdeen. but that colder spell won't last all that long. milder conditions will return from the west during the weekend. with that, we'll start to see some outbreaks of rain.
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welcome to newsday, reporting live from singapore, i'm mariko oi. the headlines... a damning report on the uk's handling of the covid pandemic calling it one of the worst national public health failures ever. world leaders pledge to help the afghan people with offers of aid at a virtual summit of g 20 leaders but stress it doesn't mean they recognise the taliban. this is a make or break moment. if we do not act and help afghans weather the storm and do it soon not only they but all the world will pay a heavy price. a grisly conclusion to a story that captivated the world.

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