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conservative backbenchers who the conservative backbenchers who are serious about this, i think we have an issue with that one, even if the reasoning is very sound. the metro, a photograph of the queen looking in the course of health. this is to cancel a planned visit due to health reasons, and all kinds of speculation that i will go into. she's 95 and it's ok for her to slow down. but i think this combined with the story is the one a few days ago
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turning down an oldie award because one is only as old as one feels. i can imagine, what do you make of it? she's 95 years old. she only started using _ she's 95 years old. she only started using a _ she's 95 years old. she only started using a walking stick and public a few days — using a walking stick and public a few days ago. she's done pretty well this far. _ few days ago. she's done pretty well this far, and i think she's owed quite _ this far, and i think she's owed quite a — this far, and i think she's owed quite a long rest. i don't think anyone — quite a long rest. i don't think anyone would begrudge a 95—year—old the luxury— anyone would begrudge a 95—year—old the luxury of a few days off. many are working a lot less then she is, but not _ are working a lot less then she is, but not my— are working a lot less then she is, but not my 97—year—old grandma. laughter— laughter i hope she's watching. laughter i ho -e she's watchinu. . laughter ihoe she'swatchina. ,, . i hope she's watching. she always does. i hope she's watching. she always does- your— i hope she's watching. she always does. your granny _ i hope she's watching. she always does. your granny may _ i hope she's watching. she alwaysl does. your granny may sympathise with this. the importance of regular hours. i'm not good on this during late shifts,
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but they say they need to cut the line to reduce the risk of alzheimer's.— line to reduce the risk of alzheimer's. . . , , , alzheimer's. the article suggests that between _ alzheimer's. the article suggests that between five _ alzheimer's. the article suggests that between five and _ alzheimer's. the article suggests that between five and a - alzheimer's. the article suggests that between five and a half- alzheimer's. the article suggests| that between five and a half hours of steep _ that between five and a half hours of sleep and seven and a half is the optimum _ of sleep and seven and a half is the optimum period of time to battle against _ optimum period of time to battle against alzheimer's. inevitably, the true sighs— against alzheimer's. inevitably, the true signs are more complicated and won't _ true signs are more complicated and won't necessarily be precise. so, that doesn't mean if you're planning a line _ that doesn't mean if you're planning a line tomorrow, you should cancel it, a line tomorrow, you should cancel it. but— a line tomorrow, you should cancel it. but it _ a line tomorrow, you should cancel it. but it is — a line tomorrow, you should cancel it. but it isah— a line tomorrow, you should cancel it, but it is an interesting finding _ it, but it is an interesting finding. it's a disaster for me because _ finding. it's a disaster for me because i_ finding. it's a disaster for me because i only ever get less then five hours — because i only ever get less then five hours or more than nine hours. ithink— five hours or more than nine hours. ithihk i_ five hours or more than nine hours. ithihk i may— five hours or more than nine hours. i think i may be with you on that. on the same asjoe, and stories like this really anger and upset me because when i have really quite bad insomnia, i have a book called why we sleep, and all it did was terrify me because it had all kinds of data
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and details about how if you slept for anything less then eight hours a night, every night for your entire life, you would definitely go to get alzheimer's and die young. that was essentially the messaging. i am thinking, this guy has never been apparent. it terrified me so much. my apparent. it terrified me so much. my insomnia got much worse. i think scare stories like this, if you have the audacity to be a night owl, isn't particularly helpful. i think we have enough to worry about at the moment. this is not the kind of story you need to read. mat moment. this is not the kind of story you need to read. not going to hel ou story you need to read. not going to help you have _ story you need to read. not going to help you have a _ story you need to read. not going to help you have a goodnight's - story you need to read. not going to help you have a goodnight's sleep. l story you need to read. not going to help you have a goodnight's sleep. i | help you have a goodnight's sleep. i apologise to those watching at home who we have disturbed. what can you survive on? famously, margaret
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thatcher survived on for hours a night. i thatcher survived on for hours a niuht. ., , thatcher survived on for hours a niuht. .,, ., night. i need lots. according to this book, _ night. i need lots. according to this book, the _ night. i need lots. according to this book, the idea _ night. i need lots. according to this book, the idea that - night. i need lots. according to this book, the idea that you - night. i need lots. according to| this book, the idea that you can survive on less than about six hours regular than the is a bit of a miss. there was a suggestion that politicians like thatcher who make a virtue of how little they sleep it may be exaggerating or setting a bad example. certainly, i haven't met with any bone who can get four hours of sleep a night and still be helpful — — anyone. of sleep a night and still be helpful - - anyone.- of sleep a night and still be helpful - - anyone. which doesn't mean to say _ helpful - - anyone. which doesn't mean to say you _ helpful - - anyone. which doesn't mean to say you haven't - helpful - - anyone. which doesn't mean to say you haven't worked l helpful - - anyone. which doesn't i mean to say you haven't worked with anyone like that. laughter on average, probably around seven or eight _ on average, probably around seven or eight. ideally, iwould have ten hours _ eight. ideally, iwould have ten hours every night, but i'm also a night _ hours every night, but i'm also a night owl, — hours every night, but i'm also a night owl, so probably go to bed around _ night owl, so probably go to bed around two and wake up around
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midday — around two and wake up around midday. that would be fine for me, though— midday. that would be fine for me, though my— midday. that would be fine for me, though my colleagues might have something to say. you though my colleagues might have something to say.— though my colleagues might have something to say. you are slightly out of sync- _ something to say. you are slightly out of sync. we _ something to say. you are slightly out of sync. we don't _ something to say. you are slightly out of sync. we don't know- something to say. you are slightly out of sync. we don't know how i something to say. you are slightly l out of sync. we don't know how that happened, but the words are coming out differently to how your mouth is forming them. it's not a problem you're in, i did get the problem at our end. we will try to fix it by 11:30 pm. if you are staying up, do come back to us. it all seems very familiar. if it is not familiar, you're awake anyway. if you're really lucky, you don't have to get up and read the papers. we will be backjust after 11:30 pm. good evening, i'm chetan pathak with your sports news. we start tonight in the champions league, where the holders
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chelsea thrashed swedish side malmo, and cristiano ronaldo scored the winner as manchester united came from 2—0 down to beat atalanta in a thrilling game at old trafford. our sports correspondent, joe wilson, was watching. european night... the manager may say he is impervious to negativity but ole gunnar solskjaer�*s not made of norwegian wood. he knows the expectation at manchester united. he knows that when atalanta from italy found a way to go so quickly... and they are ahead! ..it would increase the scrutiny on him. but he does not defend. he's not there to compete in the air when a corner comes in. good corner, it's 2—0! yep, this was happening. any ideas? bad to worse for manchester united. this pass from bruno fernandes was perfect. now it was down to marcus rashford, had to score. is this the moment for rashford? did. hope was back. now sancho. with all united's attacking stars, who do you want with this chance?
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harry maguire? 75th minute, still time, still someone. 2-2! a story with all these turns and twists could only be complete with a ronaldo leap. into ronaldo! old trafford shook with the rhythm of revival. genius, isn't he? meanwhile, chelsea were in control in west london. kai havertz here, 4—0, final score against malmo. lukaku and werner limped off but this result, no dramas. joe wilson, bbc news. manchester united weren't the only ones who cam from 2—0 down to win. ones who came from 2—0 down to win. the team that beat them at the weekend, leicester city, did the same thing as they beat spartak moscow li—3 to get their first win in the europa league this season. and all four leicester goals were scored by patson daka — the first just before the half time break, and three more followed in the second half — this one proving to be the winner because spartak did pull one back,
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but leicester held on to get the win which takes them second in theirgroup. after their suadi takeover, newcastle are dreaming of returning after their saudi takeover, newcastle are dreaming of returning to europe in the coming years. their search for a new manager is underway after they parted company with steve bruce earlier. he leaves after two years in charge, with the club second from bottom in the premier league table without a win. our correspondent katie gornall has more. managing newcastle with steve bruce's's dream job, but no matter he wanted to work, he always felt like an uphill battle. bruce's departure had been widely expected. cheering he was under pressure even before the saudi arabian makeover when his side settled for bottom without a win all season. on sunday, his team failed again. win all season. on sunday, his team failed again-—
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failed again. newcastle stay in the bottom three. _ failed again. newcastle stay in the bottom three. in _ failed again. newcastle stay in the bottom three. in a _ failed again. newcastle stay in the bottom three. in a statement - bottom three. in a statement confirming — bottom three. in a statement confirming his _ bottom three. in a statement confirming his departure, - bottom three. in a statement confirming his departure, hel bottom three. in a statement - confirming his departure, he said... he admitted... bruce succeeded rafael benitez in 2019, but despite keeping the squad in the premier league, the manager proved a deeply unpopular appointment with fans. i think it's about time. i feel- unpopular appointment with fans. i think it's about time. i feel quite i think it's about time. i feel quite sad for him. _ think it's about time. i feel quite sad for him, but _ think it's about time. i feel quite sad for him, but good _ think it's about time. i feel quite sad for him, but good for - think it's about time. i feel quite sad for him, but good for the - think it's about time. i feel quite l sad for him, but good for the club. i sad for him, but good for the club. i had _ sad for him, but good for the club. i had it — sad for him, but good for the club. i had it in— sad for him, but good for the club. i had it... in the way that nobody was wanting _ i had it... in the way that nobody was wanting it _ i had it... in the way that nobody was wanting it to _ i had it... in the way that nobody was wanting it to go. _ i had it. .. in the way that nobody was wanting it to go.— i had it... in the way that nobody was wanting it to go. assistant head coach graham _ was wanting it to go. assistant head coach graham jones _ was wanting it to go. assistant head coach graham jones will _ was wanting it to go. assistant head coach graham jones will take - was wanting it to go. assistant head coach graham jones will take into i coach graham jones will take into and charge while attention will change for who next for newcastle. given the toll this is taken on bruce, is 1000 game is likely to be his last.
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next to the t20 cricket world cup, where ireland's hopes hang in the balance after they were beaten by sri lanka, who've qualified for the super 12's stage in abu dhabi. patrick geary reports. dusk in the desert and time to spring to life as ireland must. victory would take them to the world to proper, reach out and grab us, gareth delaney. second over, to more into balls from josh little, sri lanka 843. now came the sri lankan fight that led by... his side would prefer not to have to play in this event. not making it through would be unthinkable. aims to make it impossible. a total of 171 didn't quite do that, but removing' quickly got them closer. sri lanka know the value of sterling. without their
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biggest hitter, ireland lost their way. they were bowled out for 100—1. sri lanka go through an island may need to beat the nubian if gradient is survive. and there's been medal success for great britain at the track cycling world championships in roubaix in france. the women won the bronze medal team sprint final, with lauren bate, sophie capewell, blaine ridge—davis and milly tanner all on their championship debut, finishing more than half a second clear of japan. and that's all your sport for now. there's more reaction to tonight's championship results, including fulham's 2—0 win over cardiff, on the bbc sport website. but from all of us here, goodnight. hello. thursday is going to feel chilly, especially when contrasted with the temperatures we had at the start of the week when we were getting daytime highs in the high
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teens. and it will feel more cold because we will pick up a keen northerly wind. the cold air plunging in behind this weather front, sinking south. through thursday, daytime will open the floodgates of cold air. we'll start the day with some cloud and rain to the south, the weather front pulling away, making way for lots of sunshine come the afternoon — but there will be some showers to the northwest, and they will be wintry across the hills and mountains of scotland. the wind a notable feature, gales possible down the north sea coast. these are the temperatures that you'd see on the thermometer — but, factor in the wind, those temperatures along the north sea coast will feel more like 4—5 celsius. we continue with showers streaming into the north and west as we move overnight thursday and into friday. quite a chilly night, as well — in sheltered eastern spots, there could be a patchy frost with sitting in quite cold air, but the strength of the wind will protect many from actually seeing bits of frost.
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through thursday daytime — sorry, friday daytime, though, the winds will start to ease back a little as a ridge of high pressure builds in from the atlantic. still some showers just managing to sneak into the top of that ridge, a bit of cloud under it, as well — perhaps not the faultless blue skies of thursday, but it should just feel a little bit milder because the wind won't be quite as cutting. but, for things to really become milder, we need to get to the weekend, and it's all about the change in wind direction. as we say goodbye to this ridge of high pressure, it pushes away to the east and we start to pick up a south—westerly. for saturday, ithink, actually, a lot of fine weather across the uk. there'll be some cloud closing in to the west, and we will see some rain for northern ireland by the end of the day. but the temperatures lifting up, we should hit the mid—teens, but it will feel so much warmer because we're moving back into a more atlantic airstream. sunday, greater chance of some showers just about anywhere across the uk — sheltered eastern areas favoured for the driest and brightest weather. temperatures possibly up
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to 15—16 to the south.
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welcome to newsday, reporting live from singapore. i'm karishma vaswani. the headlines... brazil's president should face criminal charges over his handling of the pandemic — so says a parliamentary inquiry — jair bolsonaro dismisses the findings. britain's health secretary rejects calls to reintroduce covid restrictions in england — even though he admits covid cases could reach 100,000 a day in the uk. we've been in a race, a race between the vaccine and the virus. and although we are ahead in that race, the gap is narrowing. joe biden's nominee to be us

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