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“p up and down. a very good marked up and down. a very good question, thank you. do you want to take us onto the other story in the guardian? this is the most awful, awful, it seems like there's no deliberate on anybody�*s part. a horrible rerun of what happened nearly 30 years ago to brandon lee when he was shot dead on a film set. not the same but very similar circumstances.— not the same but very similar circumstances. , . . , ., ., , circumstances. just an exceptionally tra . ic circumstances. just an exceptionally tragic case- — circumstances. just an exceptionally tragic case- we _ circumstances. just an exceptionally tragic case. we are _ circumstances. just an exceptionally tragic case. we are still _ circumstances. just an exceptionally tragic case. we are still trying - circumstances. just an exceptionally tragic case. we are still trying to - tragic case. we are still trying to find out — tragic case. we are still trying to find out more details. but your heart _ find out more details. but your heart can't _ find out more details. but your heart can't help but go out to the cinematographers died and obviously with alec_ cinematographers died and obviously with alec baldwin must be going through— with alec baldwin must be going through as well. to be part of a situation — through as well. to be part of a situation you hear of injuries or actors — situation you hear of injuries or actors on — situation you hear of injuries or actors on film sets but very rarely do you _ actors on film sets but very rarely do you hear— actors on film sets but very rarely do you hear of debts. but we have seen _ do you hear of debts. but we have seen his— do you hear of debts. but we have seen his hairand do you hear of debts. but we have seen his hair and it's a massive tragedx — seen his hair and it's a massive traced . �* . seen his hair and it's a massive traced. �* . �* ., tragedy. benedict? i'm almost speechless — tragedy. benedict? i'm almost speechless. it _ tragedy. benedict? i'm almost speechless. it surrenders. - tragedy. benedict? i'm almost speechless. it surrenders. i. tragedy. benedict? i'm almost i speechless. it surrenders. ican't speechless. it surrenders. i can't
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imagine what the family of that talented, young woman is feeling. and alec baldwin, to kill somebody when you are on a set acting... i can't begin to know itjust shows that the rules and safeguards have to be even tighter, there's a possibility that where they were working, the rules were not quite implemented. and if it is true, i heard an interview earlier on that a cartridge was lodged... it doesn't bear thinking. cartridge was lodged... it doesn't bearthinking. i can't cartridge was lodged... it doesn't bear thinking. i can't stand even playacting. people need to remember that guns even that are not loaded are dangerous. and i'm grateful that we lived in the united kingdom in a country that doesn't have the guns for example that actually manion litvack mainland europe are more frequent and certainly the united states are awash with them. you make
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a aood states are awash with them. you make a good point — states are awash with them. you make a good point about— states are awash with them. you make a good point about a _ states are awash with them. you make a good point about a firearm _ states are awash with them. you make a good point about a firearm is - states are awash with them. you make a good point about a firearm is a - a good point about a firearm is a dangerous thing even if it's not fitted with lifeboats bullets. in this case may well illustrate that. justice brenda lee stepped 30 years ago did it was not a bullet that killed him with a projectile in the force behind it it was as effective as if somebody fired a live bullet. a terrible tragedy. will be learning more in fact are your stay with us is something we will be talking about on the ii is something we will be talking about on the 11 o'clock bulletin when i'll be talking to a representative from the ucla film school about safety on film sets. let's move on. liz truss, we cannot be dependent on china.— be dependent on china. yes, very interesting _ be dependent on china. yes, very interesting. the _ be dependent on china. yes, very interesting. the new _ be dependent on china. yes, very interesting. the new foreign - interesting. the new foreign secretary who is on a visit to india and who's seized on the occasion to talk about the over dependence of china and how britain must not become dependent on china and critical national infrastructure such as nuclear power plants should
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only be billed with like—minded partners. of course we know that there has been this long—standing project, a nuclear project with cgn the general nuclear power group are involved in, 20 5% proposed nuclear plant in suffolk. this is been rambling on for years. of course nuclear energy has his part to play we know that in general. and the lead—up to cup 26 we are looking for solutions to help those pledges. i think it's a very, very strong, clearly it's compared... she refers to margaret thatcher to back up her argument. and liz truss goes as far as saying this goes in a positive case of freedom of democracy and how that's really changed history. she talks about trust. that will be very interesting to see which countries
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this foreign secretary, this prime minister in this new post brexit world trusts. as we say, follow my gaze was up to be across the channel? i gaze was up to be across the channel?— channel? i love the idea of micron and liz charles _ channel? i love the idea of micron and liz charles flirting _ channel? i love the idea of micron and liz charles flirting a _ channel? i love the idea of micron and liz charles flirting a little - and liz charles flirting a little bit to try to rebuild the relationship.— bit to try to rebuild the relationshi -. �* , ., ., relationship. it's a wonderful imaue. relationship. it's a wonderful image- your _ relationship. it's a wonderful image. your readers... - relationship. it's a wonderful - image. your readers. .. interesting, image. your readers... interesting, ou think image. your readers... interesting, you think liz _ image. your readers... interesting, you think liz truss _ image. your readers... interesting, you think liz truss came _ image. your readers... interesting, you think liz truss came out - image. your readers... interesting, you think liz truss came out of - image. your readers... interesting, you think liz truss came out of the | you think liz truss came out of the george osborne school back in the days it was good to be a new golden age with the relationship with china. now she's signalling a very different messagejust as china. now she's signalling a very different message just as we've completed chinese reliance an inkling on that nuclear power station in somerset and possibly on inside as well. yes station in somerset and possibly on inside as well.— inside as well. yes the telegraph story quoted _ inside as well. yes the telegraph story quoted to _ inside as well. yes the telegraph story quoted to the _ inside as well. yes the telegraph story quoted to the fact - inside as well. yes the telegraph story quoted to the fact that - inside as well. yes the telegraph i story quoted to the fact that orest johnson _ story quoted to the fact that orest johnson was on bloomberg given an interview— johnson was on bloomberg given an interview saying he's not a
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xenophobe that he and pitchfork investment away from china. they liz trust say _ investment away from china. they liz trust say we _ investment away from china. they liz trust say we don't want strategically important infrastructure. there's slight tension _ infrastructure. there's slight tension there. what's really happening here is it is somewhat politically— happening here is it is somewhat politically popular especially in the conservative party to take a strong — the conservative party to take a strong start against china. it's a pretty— strong start against china. it's a pretty strong into china caucus and the party — pretty strong into china caucus and the party. you win friends with the conservative party by saying things like this— conservative party by saying things like this and i think that is probably what's motivating. can i 'ust sa probably what's motivating. can i just say the _ probably what's motivating. can i just say the reason _ probably what's motivating. can i just say the reason they - probably what's motivating. can i just say the reason they would have said that would be that they have been targeted by china. so there are reasons. it also human rights are very much up. that's where the united kingdom has led that twin trackable staying on the money and, we want to do business with china but on the other hand trying to be hard on human rights. at some point those splits have to be faced with actual decisions. that's where the nuclear power decision has been rambling on for a long time with a
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lot of confusion over theirs. what will eventually happen will be very interesting to see in technology, sg, interesting to see in technology, 5g, etc with china.— interesting to see in technology, 5g, etc with china. thank you both very much- — 5g, etc with china. thank you both very much- i _ 5g, etc with china. thank you both very much. i know— 5g, etc with china. thank you both very much. i know you're - 5g, etc with china. thank you both very much. i know you're going - very much. i know you're going to have a little bit of a break to look at the next set of papers working as at the next set of papers working as a due for that we will see you at just after half past 11. coming up next is sports and will be back at the top of the hour. good evening. katie archibald has won britain's first gold medal at this year's world track cycling championships in france. it's been a great yearfor archibald. she won olympic gold in the madison with laura kenny, three gold medals at the european championships earlier this month and she's now world champion in the 0mnium, where individual riders compete in four different events.
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i was so nervous at the start of the day. you know it's not every that we have qualifiers. i was sat there feeling like too nervous to eat thinking i'm never going to do this again, this is too much i can't take this feeling. and suddenly i thought, "this is your last race and just, whatever. " obviously it went well enough i think i'll come back again. just one game in the premier league tonight — and arsenal have comfortably beaten aston villa at the emirates. thomas partey got them going midway through the first half with this header. then pierre—emerick aubameyang doubled arsenal's lead just after the break — scoring the rebound after martinez saved his spot kick. emile smith rowe made it three with this deflected finish. jacob ramsey scored a consolation but it ended 3—i. the result moves arsenal up a to ninth place.
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this is the way we have to play and this is when we are good. when we play with real desire and commitment, we have a clear idea on how we have to attack them and how we can hit them i believe that they can do it. six. we can hit them i believe that they can do it. . ., we can hit them i believe that they can do it. ,, ., ., we can hit them i believe that they can do it. ,, . ., can do it. six abate now can you feel a little _ can do it. six abate now can you feel a little bit _ can do it. six abate now can you feel a little bit of— can do it. six abate now can you feel a little bit of momentum? i can do it. six abate now can you i feel a little bit of momentum? yes can do it. six abate now can you - feel a little bit of momentum? yes i do lookin: feel a little bit of momentum? yes i do looking forward _ feel a little bit of momentum? yes i do looking forward now _ feel a little bit of momentum? yes i do looking forward now and - do looking forward now and choosing to play leads and go again. first off we get _ to play leads and go again. first off we get dominated _ to play leads and go again. first off we get dominated physically and didn't— off we get dominated physically and didn't compete well enough. deserved to -o didn't compete well enough. deserved to go in— didn't compete well enough. deserved to go in at— didn't compete well enough. deserved to go in at half—time, with the laws or losing _ to go in at half—time, with the laws or losing the game. we change the shape _ or losing the game. we change the shape and — or losing the game. we change the shape and i— or losing the game. we change the shape and i like to say it was personality, shape, it was as it was that we _ personality, shape, it was as it was that we iust — personality, shape, it was as it was that we just get dominated physically. i don't expect that from my players. it's a busy weekend for the home nations in women's football. tonight scotland left it very late to beat hungary. 0n
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the stroke of full time, jen beattie won a big header from a corner which captain rachel corsie nodded in and they held—on in a nervy few added minutes for the 2—1 victory. but wales' game against group i rivals slovenia scotland's top of the group from 3123. but wales' game against group i rivals slovenia ended in a i—all draw. kayleigh green rescued a valuable point before being sent off a second yellow card. the draw leaves them second below favourites france. england play northern ireland tomorrow. northampton leapt up to second place in rugby union's premiership after a bonus point win at home to worcester. courtnall skosan scored a hat trick on his debut. the south africa wing looks a very useful signing for the saints. a massive 66 points to ten was the final score. leinster are top of the united rugby championship after a strong performance at an in—form glasgow. ronan kelleher got the best try
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of the evening as leinster won 31—15 to keep their 100% record going so far this season. in the night's other match scarlets had a narrow 34—28 win over benneton. formula one now and if today's second practise was anything to go by, then sunday's us grand prix is going to be another fiery contest between lewis hamilton and championship leader max verstappen. the two didn't physically clash in austin today, but hamilton annoyed his rival enough to provoke a rude gesture on his way to finishing third fastest compared with verstappen's eighth. his red bull team mate sergio perez was quickest with lando norris second. ireland have been knocked out of the men's t20 world cup — beaten by the lowest ranked side in the tournament as namibia pulled off a shock eight—wicket win. ireland had started well, but lost three wickets in quick succession, finishing on 125 for eight which namibia comfortably made. so they go through to the super 12 stage which starts tomorrow. sri lanka were already through and they thrashed the netherlands to go into england's
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pool, along with south africa, bangladesh, australia, and the defending champions — west indies who england face tomorrow in their opening match. earlier i asked test match special�*s alex hartley who she fancies for the tournament. india in favourites. they played in their ipl out and buy over the last few months so they really know the conditions. you don't really want to go into a competition like this is david. everybody loves an underdog. it would have got that tapas pool with bangladesh and sri lanka joining the table. but as you know, anything can happen in a competition like this was up in england, they'll just want to get off to a winning start against the west indies and get winning momentum behind them. and one other cricket line today, and england's test match against india which was controversially postponed last month has been rescheduled to take place at edgbaston in july next year. the fifth match of the series at old trafford was called off when india said they were unable to field a team due to fears of further coronavirus
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cases inside their camp. they lead the series 2—1. finally, it's been another day of records forjockey holly doyle. last year she was third in the bbc�*s sports personality of the year — today she's set a new record of wins for a british female rider in one year. she clocked up her 152nd victory in 2021 at doncaster this afternoon — that surpasses her own record of 151 last year. she's now broken the record three years in a row. and that's all the sport for now. the weekend is starting on a chilly note in some parts where skies have remained clear. it is a chilly going to turn milder as we can wears on, quite windy, some rain at times but not all the time. chile is conditions to start out disease in scotland, eastern england where we
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do have clear skies cloud for the west. through the day will bring rain in scotland really quite windy here, these are the average wind speeds we could see because in excess of 50mph for exposed parts of western scotland. temperature—wise, highs of 12 to 14. it is going to feel relatively mild out there. certainly a mild night to come through saturday night with extensive cloud, a bit of mister merk. this rains staggering a little further south with the through the night and as we head into sunday for the but a rainbow tend to break apart into showers. some of the show was heavy in boundary but some sunny spells developing in between. it will be milder still with highs of 14 will be milder still with highs of ia or 15 .
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this is bbc news with the latest headlines for viewers in the uk and around the world. the actor alec baldwin says he's shocked and saddened after shooting two people with a prop gun on the set of his new film. cinematographer halyna hutchins later died in hospital. scientists advising the uk government say stricter covid measures should be made ready for �*rapid deployment�*, but the prime minister insists plan b for england isn't needed yet. we keep all measures under constant review. we'll do whatever we have to do to protect the public, but the numbers that we're seeing at the moment are fully in line with what we expected. the queen is resting at windsor castle after the revelation she'd stayed for tests in hospital on wednesday night. and the norfolk sand bank in the uk reversing the march of coastal erosion.

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