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this is bbc news. our top stories. is this is bbc news. our top stories. , ., ., ., ., stories. is coca-cola failing to meet — stories. is coca-cola failing to meet its _ stories. is coca-cola failing to meet its promises - stories. is coca-cola failing to meet its promises on - stories. is coca-cola failing - to meet its promises on plastic recycling? the bbc�*s panorama has been investigating the world's largest soft drinks company. remembering the actor james michael tyler who has died aged 59. he was no the world over for died aged 59. he was no the world overfor his died aged 59. he was no the world over for his role as the coffee shop manager gunter in the comedy, friends. we coffee shop manager gunter in the comedy, friends.— the comedy, friends. we 'ust ke -t the comedy, friends. we 'ust kept giving i the comedy, friends. we 'ust kept giving him i the comedy, friends. we 'ust kept giving him more i the comedy, friends. we just kept giving him more and - the comedy, friends. we just l kept giving him more and more and when we realised there was and when we realised there was a storyline with his secret love of rachel, itjust, it was the gift that kept on giving. b, the gift that kept on giving. a fire aboard a containership in british columbia is being brought under control by the colombia ? canadian coast
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guard. the facebook whistle—blower due to meet mps about whistle—blowing meet one campaigner who took her own life. ., , campaigner who took her own life. . life. on the most basic level, there is no — life. on the most basic level, there is no company - life. on the most basic level, there is no company in - life. on the most basic level, there is no company in the i there is no company in the world that has as much power as facebook and has little transparency.— facebook and has little trans-aren .�* , ., transparency. and they have been litter — transparency. and they have been litter picking _ transparency. and they have been litter picking for - transparency. and they have been litter picking for the i been litter picking for the last two years. we mean the eight—year—old triplets appointed c0 p26 eight—year—old triplets appointed cop26 ambassadors. the soft drinks industry produces a70,000,000,000 plastic bottles every year, designed to be used just once and then thrown away. around a quarter of them are made by one company, coca—cola. nearly four years ago, facing growing criticism, coca—cola came up with a plan to tackle the
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plastic pollution problem that an investigation by panorama reveals they are struggling to make the progress required to meet their promises and in some places, particularly in some of the worlds poor relations, things are getting worse. our correspondent has the story. here is refreshment you can enjoy quickly and conveniently. in the 1950s, coca—cola was so 7 in the 1950s, coca—cola was so ? sold in glass bottles. the company would collect them, wash them and re—use them. these lighter, plastic bottles take pounds of your shopping low. bi; take pounds of your shopping low. �* , �* :: , take pounds of your shopping low. j �* ::, low. by the '70s, coke was promoting _ low. by the '70s, coke was promoting plastic. - low. by the '70s, coke was promoting plastic. single l low. by the '70s, coke was i promoting plastic. single use ilastic is promoting plastic. single use plastic is just _ promoting plastic. single use plastic is just a _ promoting plastic. single use plastic isjust a mass - promoting plastic. single use plastic isjust a mass moneyl plastic isjust a mass money saver— plastic isjust a mass money saver for— plastic isjust a mass money saver for all sorts of companies, including coca—cola and they— companies, including coca—cola and they use incredibly cheap plastic— and they use incredibly cheap plastic to make the packaging and put — plastic to make the packaging and put it on the market and it is and put it on the market and it isiob— and put it on the market and it isjob done, it is gone. in and put it on the market and it is job done, it is gone.- is job done, it is gone. in the last three — is job done, it is gone. in the last three years _ is job done, it is gone. in the last three years alone, - last three years alone, 156,000,000,000 of coca—cola's plastic bottles has been littered, burned or dumped, but
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coke knew you add an image problem, so announce the plan to recycle more bottles called a world without waste. but, if you look at the small print, there is an admission. there bottles are only recyclable where infrastructure exists. this is the pacific island of samoa. in february, coke stopped producing glass bottles here and started shipping in thousands of plastic bottles. two of the population who was only 200,000. we don't generate enough plastic bottle facility here on the island. coca—cola have set up a scheme to pay people $1 for every kilo of plastic bottles they collect. but so far, none has been exported for recycling. halfway across the globe from samoa is uganda. here, not enough bottles are being collected to
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meet coca—cola's recycling promises. meet coca-cola's recycling promises-— meet coca-cola's recycling iromises. ., ., , , promises. coca-cola says they will collect _ promises. coca-cola says they will collect one _ promises. coca-cola says they will collect one bottle - promises. coca-cola says they will collect one bottle for - will collect one bottle for each bottle they sell in uganda, but they can never do that. they can never achieve it. .., , ., that. they can never achieve it. in the capital, kampala, the recycling _ it. in the capital, kampala, the recycling system - it. in the capital, kampala, | the recycling system largely depends on informal waste pickers. most of them are single mothers with their children, earning around $1 per day. the whole bottled drinks sector has a recycling problem. but coca—cola is by far the biggest company, selling 3,500 plastic bottles every second. and nearly four years after making their world without waste
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pledge, our investigation has revealed that coca—cola is struggling to make the head way required to meet their green goals. coca—cola is a master of green washing. green washing is pretending that something is green when actually it is anything but green. and evidence from break free from plastic suggest that more plastic suggest that more plastic coke packaging is littered than any other brand. coca—cola say they are making good progress but have a long way to go and are campaigning to encourage recycling in samoa and are working hard to help waste pickers, but, if the biggest global plastic polluters do not reach their targets, the world's poorest will suffer even more. some breaking news now and we are getting reports possible coup attempt under way in sudan. 0ne attempt under way in sudan. one report suggest an identified military force were besieging
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the home of the prime minister. and also said troops had arrested for cabinet ministers and a civilian member of the transitional government. the sudanese professionals association has called on people to take to the streets to resist any military coup and there are now reports coming in that the internet has been cut off in the country. we will bring you more on that as it comes in. the actorjames michael taylor who found fame as gunter on the hit tv show friends has died of prostate cancer. it was 59. one brothers which made the seo said he was a beloved actor and integral pa rt part of the friends family. its focus was on six friends, but a seven the character also made a big impression.
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i thought you were chandler. guenther�*s infatuation... a recurring theme and is fence popularity grew so did the man originally credited simply as coffee guy. but of course he had one storyline everyone remembers. lam iamjust making i am just making a list of pe0ple's_ i am just making a list of people's birthdays.- people's birthdays. no, whatever. _ people's birthdays. no, whatever. i— people's birthdays. no, whatever. i finished - people's birthdays. no, whatever. i finished it l people's birthdays. no, i whatever. i finished it and people's birthdays. iifr, whatever. i finished it and did whatever. ifinished it and did it all by myself. and there is nobody to hug. it was so important to fans, the show felt they had to resolve it in friends�* final episode. i just have to tell you i love you. i love you too. probably not in the same way. there were other small roles. and he was reunited with his cast mates in bbc�*s it can, recap episode. is that the best you have got? but his legacy will always be friends. too ill to appear in person, he joined the show�*s reunion
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special remotely. it was the most memorable ten years of my life, honestly. i cannot have imagined a better experience. all of these guys were fantastic. it was just a joy to work with them and i felt very, very special. the world's biggest show would never have been quite what it was without james michael tyler's gunther. the actorjames michael tyler who has died at the age of 59.
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he started outjust as an extra on the show and it wasn't until i think well into the second season that we gave him his first line, which i think he just said "yeah". but as time went on i think we realised he's funny. i'm in, he is a really good actor. and wejust giving him more and more and when we realised there was a storyline with his secret love of rachel it just. .. it was the gift that kept on giving. and lasted for the rest of the series. his delivery was impeccable. i think that was the thing, at first we thought it will be fun and we will do it once or twice. but he was so good that we found ourselves going to him for, like, the punchline for a whole scene or for a whole episode. he would get the last line. so, yes, even though it was sort of economical, he kept giving us everything that we needed and, ultimately, the audience really cared about gunther.
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tributes for the late actor have been pouring in across social media. jennifer aniston posted on instagram, friends would not have been the same without you. thank you for the laughter you brought to the show and do all of our lives. you will be so missed. kevin bright, former executive producer said, he was an incredible person who spent his final days helping others. god bless you, james. gunter lives for ever. courteney cox, who starred in france says the size of gratitude you brought into the room is the size of the gratitude i hold for having known you. let's get some of the days of the news. an extra £5.5 the days of the news. an extra £55 billion will be given to £5.5 billion will be given to the nhs in england as part of the nhs in england as part of the british chancellor's rishi sunak�*s budget on wednesday. the aim is to clear the backlog and on nonurgent tests and procedures developed during the pandemic. rishi sunak says it is game changing but health bodies have welcomed the extra money but also point to the system ? persistent problems
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around staff shortages. the islamic state group has claimed responsibility for a bomb attack at a bar in the ugandan capital, kampala. police described the actors domestic terror said three men bought food and drink in place an explosive device under a table that went off moments after they left. 20 —year—old waitress died in the attack. 0ther waitress died in the attack. other people were injured. a powerful storm in northern california, torrential rains or triggering mudslides in areas caused by wildfires earlier this year. gale force winds are brought down electricity lines in several areas are on high alert forflash in several areas are on high alert for flash flooding. a facebook whistle—blower, frances haugen, is due to give evidence to mps at westminster later. she will give her the one government plan to regulate social media. she says the company harms children, damages democracy and puts money before its users.
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what's so dangerous about having children under the age of 16, under the age of 18, using systems like instagram is that facebook�*s own research shows that a startlingly high fraction of them exhibit what is known as problematic use, which means that they can't regulate their own usage of the product. it's kind of like cigarettes in that way. and they know it's hurting their physical health, their schoolwork or their employment. unquestionably, facebook could be investing more resources in making the platforms safer. they have made a series of choices to prioritise profits over people. facebook disagrees with the former employee, saying it cares deeply about issues like safety, wellbeing and mental health. and we will have more on that story in the business programme in around 20 minutes' time. to stay with a c on bbc news. still to come, the eight—year—old triplets appointed c0 p26 eight—year—old triplets appointed cop26 ambassadors after litter picking and spreading the word about conservation in the past two years ? do stay with us.
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india gandhi died today. 0nly yesterday she had spoken of dying in the service of her country and said i would be proud of it. every drop of my blood will contribute to the growth of this nation. after 46 ears of growth of this nation. after 46 years of unhappiness, - growth of this nation. after 46 years of unhappiness, these . growth of this nation. after 46 l years of unhappiness, these two countries have concluded a chapter of history. ihla countries have concluded a chapter of history. no more suspicion- _ chapter of history. no more suspicion. no _ chapter of history. no more suspicion. no more - chapter of history. no more suspicion. no more fear. i chapter of history. no more| suspicion. no more fear. no more — suspicion. no more fear. no more uncertainty of what each day might bring.— day might bring. ignition and lived off of — day might bring. ignition and lived off of discovery - day might bring. ignition and lived off of discovery with i lived off of discovery with crew of six astral heroes and one american legend. this is beautiful- — this is beautiful. a milestone in human history. born today, this girl in india is the 7,000,000,000th person on the planet.
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this is bbc news. the latest headlines. a bbc panorama investigation uncovered evidence of the world's largest soft drinks company may not be meeting its promises on plastic recycling. known to millions as gunther, at the james michael tyler, best known for his role in friends has died aged 59. the canadian coastguard has said a fire on a container ship has burned itself out, although it was continuing to smoulder. the fire broke out on saturday aboard these in kingston, two containers contain thousands of pilgrims of hazardous chemicals. testing were taken off the ship l5 remained on board. here is mark lobel. battling to contain the fire. the canadian coastguard's latest pictures of what they
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describe as smouldering containers full of chemicals. reports say dozens of units fell into the choppy sea and two of the containers on fire contained hazardous materials used for mining. preventing the ship's crew from spraying cold water directly on the fire. several hours ago the coastguard reported the emergency zone around the ship in british columbia increased to two nautical miles, almost four kilometres. after the fire broke out in ten containers on saturday, six people were evacuated with five reportedly remaining on board by choice, including the boat's captain. anchored around eight kilometres of the city of victoria in british columbia, these in kingston, a 200 metre long cargo ship, reportedly charted by an israeli company, was on board to vancouver aboard a global shipping trafficjam. with gale force winds predicted for the area,
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the canadian coastguard reports teams monitoring air quality, both on the water and to ensure. they expect hazardous materials. firefighters will board the ship on monday to fight any remaining fires and ensure the fire is out. the shipping company which manages the internships are no injuries were reported and that the fire appears to have been contained. so far no safety risk is reported to people onshore. mark lobel, bbc news. while there are growing fears about the environmental impact from the ship fire, david is the president of the canadian charity. thank you for being with us. we have any more details about what chemicals were on board and how dangerous they might be?— they might be? yes. apparently potassium _ they might be? yes. apparently potassium animals _ they might be? yes. apparently potassium animals and - they might be? yes. apparently potassium animals and date i they might be? yes. apparently| potassium animals and date was
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on board —— animal. this has caused problems fighting a fire. when you add water to these chemicals it heats up and it is quite corrosive and combusted.— it is quite corrosive and combusted. what are the possible _ combusted. what are the possible dangers - combusted. what are the possible dangers here i combusted. what are the i possible dangers here given they are out there at sea. as you can see not far from the coast. , ., . .,, ., coast. they are quite close to victoria here _ coast. they are quite close to victoria here in _ coast. they are quite close to victoria here in british - victoria here in british columbia. and it is very concerning. there have been crews out monitoring the fire, the fire seems to be down, like you said earlier, the hazardous materials aboard the ship and we hope to get an assessment soon of what is going on with the environmental impact to the coast of british columbia. what
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coast of british columbia. what are the dangers _ are the dangers environmentally? are the dangers environmentall ? . ., environmentally? we have already had _ environmentally? we have already had 40 _ environmentally? we have already had 40 containers| environmentally? we have i already had 40 containers fall into the water off the coast. and then the ship came closer to victoria, lost another two containers in the water as part of the fire. and we are worried that now with this impending storm coming our way that there could be more containers in the water. this is a problem because if we don't get those out of the water quickly they could lose there, whatever they are holding. the more hazardous materials or more plastic pallets or other things on our beaches. we are worried about the environmental impact and that it would last long time. so time is of the essence. we don't have a good solution here —— we will have a good solution if they are able to respond quickly. if they are able to respond iuickl . . .,
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if they are able to respond iuickl . ~ ., .,, if they are able to respond iuickl. ., ., ., quickly. who was co-ordinating this now? _ quickly. who was co-ordinating this now? these _ quickly. who was co-ordinating this now? these containers i quickly. who was co-ordinating this now? these containers arei this now? these containers are massive. it will not be easy fitting them out of the water. no, it is a co—ordinated effort between the coastguard from the us and canada and there are different industry partners marine salvage operations on standby and the canadian military as well.— standby and the canadian military as well. ok, david, thank you — military as well. ok, david, thank you for _ military as well. ok, david, thank you forjoining - military as well. ok, david, thank you forjoining us i military as well. ok, david, thank you forjoining us and explaining what is going on there. thank you.— explaining what is going on there. thank you. thank you. let us bring _ there. thank you. thank you. let us bring you _ there. thank you. thank you. let us bring you all— there. thank you. thank you. let us bring you all the i there. thank you. thank you. let us bring you all the latesti let us bring you all the latest sports news now. hi i'm mike edwards with your sport. we start with cricket where pakistan hammered into a ten wickets to claim a famous win over the great rails at the t20 world cup in dubai. jessica hundred and 52, mohammed rizman made 78. pakistan registered their first win over india at a world cup. it was celebrations aplenty as buttai hit the
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winning runs on a famous night in pakistan's history. it is the first time they have 180 tenancy by 70 wickets in the first time that india have lost one by such a margin. sri lanka bit bangladesh by five wickets. he had his winning runs on his way to 80 not out. they had seven balls —— spare. scotland face afghanistan on monday. look away united fans. an historic day for liverpool who thrust majesty 95—0 on sunday for the biggest victory at old trafford. liverpoolare for the biggest victory at old trafford. liverpool are the only unbeaten side in the english premier league and it is a win that pulse pressure on 0le gunnar solskjaer who called his darkest day as a manager —— 5-0. it his darkest day as a manager —— 5—0. it emphasised a vast gulf between the sides. mohamed salah, predictably the main tormentor, with the edge and forward claiming the hat—trick will stop there were also goals. pull pogba was sent off.
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it compounded a dreadful day for the home side. liverpool keep the pressure on league leaders chelsea. they are just a point behind. formula one, max verstappen fended off a late challenge from lewis hamilton to win the us grand prix and extend his championship lead to 12 points with five races to go. hamilton took the lead at the start, lost it when verstappen at an early pitstop. the mercedes was on verstappen's dale wood two laps ago. it was not enough. hamilton crossing the line 1.3 seconds behind after one of the most ha rdfought races seconds behind after one of the most hardfought races of the season held in front of 140,000 fans. that was in austin, texas. that is all your sport for now. from me, mike edwards, the rest of the team, goodbye. thank you to mark there. going to bring you back to the modern day. chart topping musician ed sheeran says he is self—isolating at the moment after testing positive for covid—19. not the best of timing, if it ever is, because this announcement comes less than a week of the release of his new album equals.
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in a post on his instagram page the singer said he would continue to give planned interviews and performances from home while he is isolating. it was just last week that he performed in london as part of the inaugural earthshot prize awards. those are hosted by the duke and duchess of cambridge. well, if your kids are kicking around with nothing to do to keep them occupied, then this next story might provide them with some information it is about a family of triplets aged eight to have been regular litter because for the past two years. now this claim are champions have been chosen to represent the uk in next week, global climate change summit. phil mack he went to meet them. maree bridger�*s youngest official environmental champions on their regular after—school litter pick. hide after-school litter pick. we are the after—school litter pick. - are the ambassadors. after-school litter pick. we are the ambassadors. here after-school litter pick. we l are the ambassadors. here i have got _ are the ambassadors. here i have got a — are the ambassadors. here i have got a packet _ are the ambassadors. here i have got a packet of - have got a packet of blueberries, i think. have got a packet of blueberries, ithink. i don't know— blueberries, ithink. i don't know what it is. but whojust leaves — know what it is. but whojust leaves it _ know what it is. but whojust leaves it here? know what it is. but who 'ust leaves it here?i know what it is. but who 'ust leaves it here? they have been doini leaves it here? they have been doing this _ leaves it here? they have been doing this since _ leaves it here? they have been doing this since they _ leaves it here? they have been doing this since they were i leaves it here? they have been
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doing this since they were six l doing this since they were six after being as wide a primary school where they learned about waste and recycling.— waste and recycling. plastic bottle. encouraged - waste and recycling. plastic bottle. encouraged by- waste and recycling. plastic bottle. encouraged by theiri bottle. encouraged by their parents. — bottle. encouraged by their parents. they _ bottle. encouraged by their| parents, they decided to go bottle. encouraged by their i parents, they decided to go out and do something about its. i have a bag or something. i don't know what it is. just put it in the recycling bin. nottingham city council gave them their litter picking kit and their work has been recognised by the government. it is notjust about recognised by the government. it is not just about them recognised by the government. it is notjust about them being nominated as ambassadors, it is also the inspiration behind it. they hope will inspire more to think that if a six—year—old could think about the planet and for two years they have been doing what they are doing, i hope that will open it was by more people. 0bviously i hope that will open it was by more people. obviously a very, very happy and proud of them. thank you. very happy and proud of them. thank you-— thank you. this is not a drill. we are living _ thank you. this is not a drill. we are living in _ thank you. this is not a drill. we are living in the - thank you. this is not a drill. | we are living in the beginning of a mass _ we are living in the beginning of a mass extinction. it we are living in the beginning of a mass extinction.- of a mass extinction. it help s-read of a mass extinction. it help spread the _ of a mass extinction. it help spread the message - of a mass extinction. it help| spread the message through their own youtube channel. hide their own youtube channel. we are talking _
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their own youtube channel. - are talking about a very important point about recycling. important point about recycling-— important point about recycling. important point about re clini. , , ., 'j~ recycling. these boxes for 18 months. back _ recycling. these boxes for 18 months. back out _ recycling. these boxes for 18 months. back out on - recycling. these boxes for 18 months. back out on the i recycling. these boxes for 18. months. back out on the litter -ick the months. back out on the litter pick the bag — months. back out on the litter pick the bag is _ months. back out on the litter pick the bag is filling - months. back out on the litter pick the bag is filling up. i pick the bag is filling up. 0bviously these people are gathering together in glasgow, they will be making really important decisions. what things would you like to do? how can they make the world better? . , . , . better? reduce, reuse, recycle. first i think— better? reduce, reuse, recycle. first | think they _ better? reduce, reuse, recycle. first i think they should - better? reduce, reuse, recycle. first i think they should start i first i think they should start teaching _ first i think they should start teaching climate change in school _ teaching climate change in school so that when they grow up school so that when they grow up they — school so that when they grow up they can change the world and we — up they can change the world and we need everybody to do this — and we need everybody to do this |— and we need everybody to do this. ., , , , ~' this. i honestly 'ust think that i wanted i this. i honestlyjust think that i wanted to - this. i honestlyjust think that i wanted to try i this. i honestlyjust think that i wanted to try their| that i wanted to try their hardest _ that i wanted to try their hardest to— that i wanted to try their hardest to help - that i wanted to try their hardest to help this - hardest to help this environment. - hardest to help this environment.- hardest to help this environment. ,., environment. put it in the bag. sadl , it environment. put it in the bag. sadly. it is _ environment. put it in the bag. sadly. it is a — environment. put it in the bag. sadly, it is a never _ environment. put it in the bag. sadly, it is a never ending i sadly, it is a never ending task. but at least today's work is done. bill macatee, bbc news, nottingham. —— phil mack e. inspirational there. halloween is just around the corner. we are getting halloween ready at my house. even man's best
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friend is getting in on the spirit of the speccy festival. they have been putting their best paw forward in the annual pup parade in new york. they are strutting their stuff in front of thousands of spectators. the judges will have their work cut out to pick just one for the top prize. they will probably face some howls of protest. a bit of fun anyway, isn't it? just before we go, a reminder of our breaking story this hour. coup is taking place in sudan. unidentified soldiers are reported to have surrounded the home of the civilian prime minister, adela hand—off, and placed him under house arrest. social media shows several cabinet ministers from the transitional government, the sovereign council, being arrested. internet links have also been cut. the sudanese professionals association has called me people to take to the
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streets to resist any military takeover. that is it me for the moment. they will be back shortly with the day's top business stories. in the meantime you can reach me on twitter. hello there. we're starting the new week off on a sunshine and showers theme. we'll have plenty of showers across southern and western areas. a lot of central and eastern parts will tend to stay dry with a good deal of sunshine around. it's going to be breezy for all, quite windy in the north and the west because we'll be close to this area of low pressure which is anchored to the north of the uk. so you can see quite a few isobars on the chart, these weather fronts enhancing the shower activity as they move from west to east. and we're in a mild air mass, as you can see from the yellow and orange colours. so then we start monday off on a fine note across central and eastern areas, dry with some sunshine. there will be showers from the word go across western areas. these will tend to become more widespread, very frequent across the north—west of scotland. merging together to produce longer spells of rain, quite cloudy too. some heavy ones as well across the south of england.
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some of these could contain some hail and thunder. a few getting in towards the east on this strong west south—westerly breeze, but many eastern areas should stay dry. and it will be windy, particularly around coasts of scotland, particularly the northern and western isles. temperatures mild again in the south, 14 to 16 celsius, maybe a little bit fresher across scotland and northern ireland. as we move through monday night, it stays breezy, lengthy clear spells, further showers. these showers will tend to fade away because we'll start to see this weather front approaching northern ireland and western scotland later in the night to bring some windy weather, more cloud and more persistent rain around. it's going to be another pretty mild night to come, temperatures no lower than around six or seven celsius. so here is the pressure chart for tuesday. we've got a pretty vigorous area of low pressure to the north—west of the uk. this weather front will be affecting more northern and west parts of the country. further south and east you are, close to this area of high pressure over the near continent, then it is likely to stay largely dry. but it will be a breezy day wherever you are. like i mentioned, staying largely dry with some sunny spells across southern and eastern areas. cloudier further north and west, outbreaks of rain, some heavy and persistent, particularly across western hills, northern and western scotland, perhaps into north—west england, north—west
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wales at times. it will be pretty cloudy and dull, but look at these temperatures. despite the cloud and rain in the north, all the sunshine in the south, looking at temperatures a good five degrees above average. it's very mild as we move into the middle part of the week. further wet and windy weather across north—western areas, and by friday, it looks like some of that wet weather will reach southern and eastern parts as well. see you later.
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this is bbc news with the latest business headlines for viewers around the uk and around the world. europe's biggest bank, hsbc, doubled pre—tax profits to over $5,000,000,000 after a strong showing in asia. facebook faces a uk hearing with whistle—blower, frances haugen, set to give evidence to mps as part of the government plan for social media regulation. and london cleans up its act. from today it's london cleans up its act. from today its low emission zone will be expanded affecting over 300,000 daily drivers.
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