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what is country is persuaded to do what is needed. and necessary. of course it's absolutely true that over the last 35, a0 years the rich countries have consumed is if there was no, the resources are infinite. and the poor countries have consumed much less. as i said earlier, this is now such a serious, serious issue that everybody has to work together and i just find boris johnson's ridiculous optimism just find borisjohnson's ridiculous optimism very difficult to just find boris johnson's ridiculous optimism very difficult to swallow at this point. i think we need some more serious talking, and i do think india and china have to really think about what they are doing, because it's their own people that are going to suffer as we see the ravages of climate change. i5 to suffer as we see the ravages of climate change.— climate change. is difficult here for the prime — climate change. is difficult here for the prime minister - climate change. is difficult here for the prime minister in - climate change. is difficult here for the prime minister in the i climate change. is difficult here i for the prime minister in the sense of communion no, he has an image
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which will translate internationally, they have a view of him in the world and global leaders have of you. yes to turn himself in this popular and successful politician good at playing the limelight, very good at the fast response, very good at building a kind of sense of enthusiasm and optimism even is very difficult times. when it comes to nitty—gritty negotiating he's not regarded as one of his strong points. not at least when he was foreign secretary. the fine details are not exactly what he's so — fine details are not exactly what he's so clever at, big picture may be. he's so clever at, big picture may be but— he's so clever at, big picture may be but this — he's so clever at, big picture may be. but this is where it needs to be about— be. but this is where it needs to be about minutiae. needs to be about line by— about minutiae. needs to be about line byline — about minutiae. needs to be about line by line agreements. it needs to be about_ line by line agreements. it needs to be about serious conversations with serious _ be about serious conversations with serious people. and many people would _ serious people. and many people would argue that borisjohnson has and whatever his talents are, is not at his— and whatever his talents are, is not at his best — and whatever his talents are, is not at his best trying to be serious. much_ at his best trying to be serious. much more _ at his best trying to be serious. much more happy playing the populist
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upbeat _ much more happy playing the populist upbeat and everything is going in the right— upbeat and everything is going in the right direction to end rather than _ the right direction to end rather than the — the right direction to end rather than the more downbeat and sombre you better— than the more downbeat and sombre you better get this right tuned. and this is— you better get this right tuned. and this is the _ you better get this right tuned. and this is the moment were actually it is, cranky, — this is the moment were actually it is, cranky, we had better get this right _ is, cranky, we had better get this right but — is, cranky, we had better get this right. but does he get pugin, xi jinping. — right. but does he get pugin, xi jinping, the other big polluters to listen _ jinping, the other big polluters to listen to— jinping, the other big polluters to listen to him? because they will act out of— listen to him? because they will act out of self—interest first and foremost. because they will think, this is— foremost. because they will think, this is what— foremost. because they will think, this is what you did, why shouldn't we? the _ this is what you did, why shouldn't we? the long—term consequent quizzes are that _ we? the long—term consequent quizzes are that we _ we? the long—term consequent quizzes are that we are all in trouble. people — are that we are all in trouble. people don't care but the long—term they only— people don't care but the long—term they only care but the short term. five, _ they only care but the short term. five. ten, — they only care but the short term. five.ten,15— they only care but the short term. five, ten, 15 years unfortunately. with _ five, ten, 15 years unfortunately. with them — five, ten, 15 years unfortunately. with them i— five, ten, 15 years unfortunately. with them i throw back to him is on budget with the ark of the measures was about saying, look, it will help boost the economy and will help save these links. find
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boost the economy and will help save these links. �* , ., ., ,., these links. and everyone at some oint is these links. and everyone at some point is guilty _ these links. and everyone at some point is guilty of — these links. and everyone at some point is guilty of it. _ these links. and everyone at some point is guilty of it. . _ these links. and everyone at some point is guilty of it. . nursing - point is guilty of it. . nursing hoto point is guilty of it. . nursing photo on _ point is guilty of it. . nursing photo on the _ point is guilty of it. . nursing photo on the front _ point is guilty of it. . nursing photo on the front of- point is guilty of it. . nursing photo on the front of the - point is guilty of it. . nursing - photo on the front of the telegraph, george uses signalling that meet taxes might be coming and that certainly he have many people supports this. on the a few weeks ago the subject went up on the environment a website that was very quickly taken down again which was a report from the unit on this very topic. it's a surprising thing because as we know the conservative party is a party of low regulation, it's libertarian by instinct, pro—business, pro industry. so a tax on meat will be a very interesting if a difficult thing to push. in this country llc is the number of
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burger bars are going up before my very eyes. so the people are going to find real burgers, not vegan burgers, you know so how you are going to do this?— burgers, you know so how you are going to do this? vegan burgers are real burgers _ going to do this? vegan burgers are real burgers. don't _ going to do this? vegan burgers are real burgers. don't knock— going to do this? vegan burgers are real burgers. don't knock it, - going to do this? vegan burgers are real burgers. don't knock it, come l real burgers. don't knock it, come on. . real burgers. don't knock it, come on, ., , , real burgers. don't knock it, come on. . , , ., real burgers. don't knock it, come on, ., , , ., real burgers. don't knock it, come on. ., , , ., on. real burgers are meet! so, yeah, literally every — on. real burgers are meet! so, yeah, literally every where _ on. real burgers are meet! so, yeah, literally every where i _ on. real burgers are meet! so, yeah, literally every where i look _ on. real burgers are meet! so, yeah, literally every where i look where i i literally every where i look where i live there's a new burger bar. so if you tax those we will see what happens. you tax those we will see what ha ens. �* . ~ happens. it's intriguing. i think it's rather— happens. it's intriguing. i think it's rather interesting - happens. it's intriguing. i think it's rather interesting the - it's rather interesting the government seems to be going out of its way to turning the national farmers union into its biggest enemy. it's remarkable. this is not the idea, we were all electric a few years ago. with a lot of people will be very angry at the prospect of another tax. this time on meat. the
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tax burden which we know it's going to be the highest it's been four 70 odd years, going to be a huge tax burden. saying you want to come to point and move the straw does break the camel's back. it may come to that. martin, yasmin, thank you very much. see you in about a0 minutes or so. quicktime for all of us in the and weather is coming up next and then i will be back with all of the news for the uk and around the world at 11. stay with us. hello, i'm sarah with the bbc sport centre. we're going to start at the men's t20 world cup in dubai where pakistan are on the brink
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of the semi finals after a thrilling five wicket win against afghanistan. afghanistan had opted to bat first and posted a decent total of 1a7. captain mohammad nabi and gulbadin naib both making 35. pakistan were in a spot of bother, with 2a needed from the last 12 balls. that was before asif ali smashed four sixes in the 19th over to seal success with six balls to spare. pakistan are top of group two with three wins from three games. there was also a great finish to the earlier game of the day, with west indies just sneaking home for theirfirst win of the competition. bangladesh won the toss and put the windies into bat. they scored just a8 from their first ten overs before hitting 9a off the next ten thanks largely to nicholas pooran top scoring with a0. bangladesh set 1a3 to win looked like they might make it, both sides guilty of some poor
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fielding, litton das hit aa to help take it to the final ball. mahmadullah needed four to get bangladesh the win but missed and west indies got the win they needed by three runs to keep alive their hopes of making the semi finals. both teams did everything they did to lucy ames. the west indies held their nerve. we want the big players in the critical moments. leaning forward to the last ball, andre russell a perfect yorker. the west indies finish on top. england captain eoin morgan says tomorrow's match against australia will be a meeting of the "joint second favourites" for the title. both teams are unbeaten in group one, with england having thrashed west indies and bangladesh, while australia edged past south africa before beating sri lanka. morgan has previously said that he sees india as favourites to take the title.
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most really are a very strong side. prohahly— most really are a very strong side. probably would be considered joint favourites. they are inside we know pretty— favourites. they are inside we know pretty well— favourites. they are inside we know pretty well and played against them a lot _ pretty well and played against them a lot. probably going to be one of our most — a lot. probably going to be one of our most difficult games in this group _ our most difficult games in this group stage. australia are very strong — group stage. australia are very strong side, very much like us and it has— strong side, very much like us and it has started to turn well. one thing _ it has started to turn well. one thing where the most proud of so far is our— thing where the most proud of so far is our level— thing where the most proud of so far is our level of performance and intensity— is our level of performance and intensity that is been pretty good. the challenge continuing that for our next — the challenge continuing that for our next three games in pursuit of getting _ our next three games in pursuit of getting through the next phase of the tournament. manchester united manager 0le gunnar solskjaer says it's been a tough few days but he's ready to "fight back". his side goes to tottenham tomorrow following that humbling 5—0 defeat to liverpool last weekend.
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the united boss insists he's the right person to turn things around and expects a reaction from his players at spurs. it's been a difficult week of course. we have had to deal with the result and performance against liverpool which we know it was not good enough. something that footballers have to deal with. we have got to look forward to the next game and when you get to that came sorted out. we have had a good week. good week on the trading field and i have to say that. united start the weekend eight points behind the premier league leaders chelsea who head to newcastle tomorrow. manager thomas tuchel says it's a difficult match to prepare for after the saudi backed takeover at stjames park and the sacking of steve bruce.
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they have the new energy in the city and the _ they have the new energy in the city and the new — they have the new energy in the city and the new energy in the club. by the announcement of the takeover. they decided now to change the nranager— they decided now to change the manager and this is how we have to deal. _ manager and this is how we have to deal. this— manager and this is how we have to deal. this is— manager and this is how we have to deal, this is what we have to deal with and — deal, this is what we have to deal with and what we have to overcome. a bit more _ with and what we have to overcome. a bit more difficult to analyse them because — bit more difficult to analyse them because we have only one match with the current _ because we have only one match with the current manager and to look at were _ the current manager and to look at were not— the current manager and to look at were not hundred percent sure. what to expect _ in the championship tonight, nottingham forest rescued a late point away at queens park rangers. trailing 1—0 going into injury time, this shot from jack colback secured them a point. thats his first goal in over two years. emma raducanu's hopes of facing her idol simona halep in the transylvania 0pen have been ended by marta kostyuk in the quarterfinals. raducanu was comprehensively
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beaten in straight sets by the 18—year—old ukrainian. the world number 55 took the first set six two and the second six one to knock raducanu out. kostyuk will now face halep in the last four after the romanian thrashed compatriot jaqueline cristian 6—1 6—1. england's bronte law has won the dubai moonlight classic, her first ladies european tour success. law picked up eight shots in a final round of 6a, to finish on 15 under par, a shot clear of mexico's maria fassi. just one game in rugby unions premiership this evening, where exeter ground out a hard fought victory away at gloucester. this try from second row will witty proved to be the difference as last years beaten finallists claimed a 16—13 win. that's all the sport for now.
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and affrighted there was a brief low in the weather, it dried out and now the next band of rain is sweeping and you can see it here across western parts of the uk. in the early hours of saturday. some central and eastern areas looking drive through the night and sunshine first thing in the morning. here is the good news. it's going to be heavy rain for a time, but that rain will sweep through fairly quickly some of the time we get to late morning and early afternoon it's going to be much drier, much brighter with just going to be much drier, much brighter withjust a going to be much drier, much brighter with just a scattering of showers and saturday afternoon not looking too bad at all. we do it all over again on sunday in a band of rain, this is the morning sweeping across the country and come the afternoon the evening just in time and i think the weather should dry
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out. still some showers around.
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this is bbc news with the latest headlines for viewers in the uk and around the world. pope francis calls for radical decisions at next week's climate change summit in a special message filmed for the bbc. translation: this crisis lays in front of us, - radical decisions that are not easy. but each hurdle also represents an opportunity that cannot be wasted. ahead of the summit, the pontiff also held an audience with president biden — only the second catholic president in us history. as the row over post brexit fishing rights escalates, france says britain's credibility is on the line. the uk sees the highest recorded level of coronavirus infections since the pandemic began figures suggest that 1.3 million people may and we visit the afghan city ofjalalabad, ground zero in a deadly battle for supremacy between taliban forces and militants
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