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hello, you're watching bbc news. i'm rich preston. our top stories: covid, climate change and iran. pressing issues being hammered out by world leaders at the 620 summit in rome. also in rome, the british prime minister borisjohnson warns the eu that french threats over post—brexit fishing licenses are completely unjustified. we're going to get on and do the things that matter to both of us and make sure that we work together on tackling the big issues that face the world. three people are killed in sudan as thousands take to the streets to protest against the military coup. and voting gets
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under way injapan. the governing liberal—democratic party hoping to maintain its grip on power. hello, welcome to the programme. there's been a long day of discussions in rome where world leaders of the 620 summit have endorsed a landmark deal to tax the profits of multi—national companies by an agreed minimum of 15%. the leaders also discussed climate change, covid vaccines and concerns about iran's nuclear programme. our north american editor john sopel sent this report from rome. good to go. and with that thumbs up from the american president, the biggest gathering of world leaders since covid arrived could get under way. and everyone is relearning social etiquette. to mask or not to mask. unmask. to shake hands or not. shake. and with everyone back
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in the same room, the host, the italian prime minister, made a tentative call to order. i think we can start. and after so long apart, he urged a renewed commitment to working together. multilateralism is the best answer to the problems we face today. in many ways, it's the only possible answer. from the pandemic to climate change, to fair and equitable taxation, going alone is simply not an option. the great set piece of these occasions is the family photo, but then something unexpected happened, the men in white coats arrived. no, not to take them away, but to underline the role that first responders have played since the pandemic took hold, and how to speed up vaccine distribution to the poorest nations.
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there's also mounting concern about iran's nuclear programme. the leaders of the us, france, germany, and britain released a joint statement expressing grave and growing concern. but borisjohnson�*s most immediate concern is next week's climate change conference in scotland. here, he's shaking hands, but also trying to twist arms. the draft communique that's been agreed talks about the urgent need to keep global warming to 1.5 celsius. but for all the words in this draft communique, and there are a lot of them, it's very short on detailed commitments or concrete measures to limit carbon emissions. borisjohnson is going to have his work cut out in glasgow next week. and the pressure is growing. in glasgow they were on the streets today demanding action, and in rome, too. the world is going to be watching. john sopel, bbc news, rome.
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for the uk forthe uk and for the uk and france, the row over post—brexit fishing rights tensions continues at the g20. borisjohnson has admitted there is turbulence in relations between london and paris. the french are threatening to block some british boats from their ports next week. here is our political editor laura kuenssberg. 0ld rivalries and fierce fights — rome's coliseum has hosted a few. but it's the uk and france this time both flexing their strength. france threatening to disrupt trade if their boats don't get more access to fish the channel. do you think that france is trying to punish the uk with this row over fishing permits? i think the things that unite france and the uk are far more important than things that divide us, laura, and i must say, we are a bit worried that france may be about to become in breach or is already in breach of trade and cooperation
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agreement that we struck. president macron is going around questioning your credibility, you have been summoning the french ambassador into the foreign office in london — what are you going to do about it? we're going to get on and do the things that matter to both of us and make sure that we work together on tackling the big issues that face the world. there is some turbulence in the relationship. if one of our partners decides to breach the trade and cooperation agreement that we struck, then obviously that is a matter that we will have to pursue. the prime minister may want to play nice with the french president and their other high—ranking friends, but if macron goes further, that power hug might not last. borisjohnson�*s lieutenant, david frost, wrote online that french rhetoric is problematic and troubling, and warned uk could trigger legal action, a dispute settlement mechanism before too long. the fist bump isn't yet a dramatic punch—up over channel permits. borisjohnson has to use his
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joke — much biggerfish to fry — getting other wealthy big countries to move faster — india, and especially china, to give up more cash can give up more carbon than they have promised so far. people are often very conceited about history and about our civilisation. we think that we can be on a remorseless forward march when actually, we can be actively conniving in our own decline and fall. and what we need to do is to ensure that at the cop summit next week, the world leaders come together... are you disappointed with what china has come forward so far? look, they've made progress on overseas financing of coal, that's a good thing. what china, i think, needs to do is find ways of making a more ambitious nationally determine contribution. but they're not going to do that, they've published
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what they have said they're going to do and it's not enough, is it? you must be disappointed. let's see where we get to. in september, you rated the chances of success in glasgow at six out of ten. what would you say this morning? i'd say they are about the same. look at that. borisjohnson hopes he will make history, brokering an agreement to slow down the warming of the planet. it is the metaphor. either cop26 succeeds or the dark ages, that's what i'm saying. or could be the dark ages. but he is trying to corral many dozens of countries. there's certainly no—one emperor that can rule supreme. laura kuenssberg, bbc news, rome. people in sudan have been injured during large—scale protests against monday's military coup. sudanese interior ministry has denied the troops fired live rounds to disperse crowds. demonstrators have been demanding the ousted prime minister. earlier on i spoke tojoseph tucker from the
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united states institute of makepeace. i asked them what the impact of the suspension of international funds would have on sudan's leaders. this is a very evolving situation in terms of pressure put on them. they've seen good science from the african union, the united states, european nations, uk, norway. but there needs to be much, much more public and private pressure from the region. gulf states like the united arab emirates, saudi arabia as well as egypt. in some ways, the military assumed, i think, there was tacit support from those states. so getting them involved behind the scenes to really prefer the military as critical after we have seen this amazing turnout today, in khartoum and around sudan. when you say more pressure is needed, what form should it take? there is a concern that withholding money doesn't affect the military, it affects real people on ground. that's correct.
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and in that case of sudan, what was south sudan, there is truth to that but i think what needs to be told directly to the general of the military is that there is significant feelings of support that the military has, whether tacit or not. supporting the region, egypt, from the uae, from the saudis and likely russia that they will be supported financially, diplomatically on the world stage. there needs to be language, publicly, that it isn't a valid assumption, that they overturned the constitutional order and that cannot stand. we have seen images of hundreds of thousands of people on the streets, especially in the capital khartoum. is the concern that this violence will spread? i think that is, personally. today was sort of behind—the—scenes, not reported on — significant acts of violence against protesters, areas far outside of khartoum. there was pretty horrific video of protesters being dispersed with live
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fire in some areas. either protests were met with violence by the red sea. these places don't get a lot of international media attention. they sometimes get a lot of attention in sudan itself, so i think there is real danger that we will continue to see that outside of khartoum. within khartoum, i think there are periods of calm, periods of not so calm, and periods where the military forces crackdown. we're worried about that, i think, as if in the coming days and weeks this drags on, there is really a need for more important and more precise looks at what that looks like on the ground in sudan. in haiti a coalition of gangs are holding fuel supplies hostage. the situation is threatening the fragile health system which was already under pressure from an unreliable electricity supply and rising malnutrition, after an earthquake in august. hospitals are virtually empty with most wards closed, and patients and staff unable to get there without transport. courtney bembridge
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has this report. a grandmother and her newborn grandson are among a handful of patients at this port—au—prince hospital. the baby's mother died during childbirth. the un says hundreds of thousands of women and children are at risk as the country's health system buckles under the pressures of fuel shortages. translation: we just put the generator on at night l or when there's surgery. we have stopped radiography, sonography. there's no light in the maternity ward. this is a humanitarian crisis, and one that makes no sense at all. we're not in a state of war, there is no earthquake, no there are no hurricanes. we just need the bare minimum — electricity, for foreign countries to help the haitian state, but not the government. haiti has been in political turmoil since the president was assassinated injuly. the prime minister is a suspect in the murder investigation but denies any involvement.
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a month later, an earthquake struck, and getting aid in has been difficult because of gang violence and kidnappings. now, the country is facing a new crisis — its largest gang has blocked access to its main fuel terminal, demanding the prime minister's resignation. ariel henri has refused to step down but acknowledge the impact of fuel shortages. translation: the country'sl hospitals will find themselves in great difficulties if they cannot find the fuel they need to have electricity so they can treat the sick. his message was cold comfort for haitians struggling to access healthcare. translation: i'm just a motorcycle driver, i i don't know how to use a weapon. i don't drink, i don't smoke, why does my kid need oxygen? it's because of the haitian government, the police, the criminals.
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it's a serious problem. haitians were due to go to the polls next week but that has been postponed after the prime minister dismissed the council that organises elections. no new date has been set, and critics say the fuel crisis has shown who's really in charge. courtney bembridge, bbc news. our main headlines: western powers meeting at the g20 summit in rome discuss more vaccines to poor countries and talking about iran returning to the 2050 nuclear deal. also in rome the british prime minister wants the eu that french threats over post exit fishing licenses are completely unjustified. south korea says it aims to fight climate change by cutting its greenhouse gas emissions by 40% by 2030. south korea is one of the world's top ten carbon polluters and has faced severe criticism that its initial plan for a 26.3% reduction was not good enough. 0ur correspondent in south korea laura bicker
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spoke to our environment minister and asked if the country should have been more ambitious with its targets. translation: it is possible to set a higher number but whether this number is achievable. korea has always turned to the the impossible into possible. 40% is still a challenging task and some say it is impossible but we will turn this number into a reality.— into a reality. one of the bi est into a reality. one of the biggest challenges - into a reality. one of the | biggest challenges south into a reality. one of the - biggest challenges south korea is going to have is reducing its coal emissions. right now, cole makes up 43% of its energy. so how are you going to reduce that?— energy. so how are you going to reduce that? translation: the most common — reduce that? translation: the most common renewable - reduce that? translation: the most common renewable energy will be solar and wind but 70% of the landmass in korea is mountains so it is not easy to
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find the right location to install energy. we are looking at suitable industrial sites such as factory rooftops and wall mounted solar panels. we are also building a national plan for zero ignition buildings. —— word zero emission buildings. pare buildings. -- word zero emission buildings. are you still going _ emission buildings. are you still going to _ emission buildings. are you still going to invest - emission buildings. are you still going to invest in - emission buildings. are you still going to invest in coal. still going to invest in coal projects abroad? still going to invest in coal ro'ects abroad? ~ ,, �* projects abroad? translation: our president — projects abroad? translation: our president has _ projects abroad? translation: our president has orally - 0ur president has orally announced in april that we will stop public financing for new overseas coal powered plants. domestically, we are also not building new coal powered plants. the task, that we need to take on, are those already under construction at home and abroad. ~ ., ., under construction at home and abroad. ~ . ., , ., under construction at home and abroad. . ., , ., abroad. what are your hopes for cop26 and _ abroad. what are your hopes for com and what _ abroad. what are your hopes for com and what part _ abroad. what are your hopes for cop26 and what part does - abroad. what are your hopes for| cop26 and what part does south korea want to play in the discussions? ~ ,, ~ discussions? translation: south korea has come _ discussions? translation: south korea has come from _ discussions? translation: south korea has come from nothing - discussions? translation: south korea has come from nothing and | korea has come from nothing and joined the ranks of advanced countries recently. we understand the desire of developing countries to provide a prosperity for the citizens because we walked the path. we
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will play the bridging role between the developed and developing part of the world and show that development doesn't need to rely on power generation. doesn't need to rely on power generation-— generation. there are many ounu generation. there are many young people _ generation. there are many young people here - generation. there are many young people here in - generation. there are many young people here in south| young people here in south korea and abroad who are watching this climate change conference carefully. they want change. do you feel the burden on your shoulders as one of the lead negotiators? translation: ialwa s lead negotiators? translation: i always feel _ lead negotiators? translation: i always feel the _ lead negotiators? translation: i always feel the burden - lead negotiators? translation: i always feel the burden as - lead negotiators? translation: i always feel the burden as a - i always feel the burden as a policymaker. there is this challenge because i feel old obligations to really take strong action for the sake of our future strong action for the sake of ourfuture generation, but strong action for the sake of our future generation, but on the other side, i am faced with the other side, i am faced with the fact that we don't have the tools yet to achieve that goal. so striking the right balance between the two is a really painful task for all negotiators.-
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painful task for all negotiators. painful task for all neuotiators. �* , ,., painful task for all neuotiators. �*, ., negotiators. let's get some of the da 's negotiators. let's get some of the day's other— negotiators. let's get some of the day's other news. - negotiators. let's get some of the day's other news. in - the day's other news. in afghanistan, taliban spokesperson has denied claims that the group organised an attack on a wedding which left attack on a wedding which left at least two people dead and as many as ten wounded. reports from nangahar in eastern afghanistan suggest armed men opened fire because they objected to the music that was being played. jordan has what it expel foreign workers were not fully vaccinated against covid—i9. the interior ministry said experts had until december to receive the injections. there are tens of thousands of foreign passport holders from egypt, the philippines and elsewhere working injordan. russian workers have begun a nine—day paid holiday as part of measures to stem soaring coronavirus infections. the measures take effect as the country revealed its cou ntry revealed its twice—daily country revealed its twice—daily covid figures of over 40,000 cases on sunday. russia has europe's highest number of fidelity, at nearly
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450,000 deaths. —— fatalities. people injapan are voting in parliamentary elections, weeks afterjapanese prime minister fumio kishida took office, his liberal democratic party is hoping to hold onto the majority. yuki tastumi spoke to me earlier. she told me how voters are feeling as they head to polling. people are looking at this election with a bit of trepidation, they are hopeful that all of the covid restrictions have gradually been lifted so they are slightly hopeful about a post— pandemic livestyle coming back to them slowly but surely, but at the same time, there is a lot of stress and disappointment and frankly quite a great deal of aggrievance to the ruling coalition about about how the government, led by first prime minister shinzo abe and then prime minister suga, have handled the response
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to the pandemic. we have to see. this is one of the most unpredictable elections i have seen, that polling results have continue to change right up until the last minute. it will be very very interesting to see how unaffiliated voters will move. how big of a voting percentage will be and things like that. the us ambassador to the uk and his staff have taken the opportunity to learn more about some local culinary traditions. let's take a look at how they got on.
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brilliant. now, are you sitting comfortably? well, maybe not for much longer, because around the world, halloween celebrations are taking place, with people dressing up as their favourite spooky character and children preparing to say the words that sparked fear in most adults. trick or treat. 0n halloween is big business, too. unsurprisingly, americans spend a huge amount on the celebration every year and it is expected to reach a record high $10 billion this year. one business hoping for a
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spooktacular all hallows eve is the haunt in california. it is often called the scariest wanted house in america. it welcomes visitors from across the country and even has spare trousers on hand for its more sensitive customers. so if you are looking for some late inspiration, on how to give your neighbours a fight while they are out trick—or—treating, who better for us to hear they are out trick—or—treating, who betterfor us to hearfrom? sandy andersen �*s production manager is the haunt and joins us now from inside the haunted house. sandy, thank you very much for being with us. tell us what makes a truly scary halloween? fix, what makes a truly scary halloween? ~ , ., ., ., halloween? a combination of the atmosphere. _ halloween? a combination of the atmosphere, how— halloween? a combination of the atmosphere, how you _ halloween? a combination of the atmosphere, how you set - halloween? a combination of the atmosphere, how you set up - halloween? a combination of the atmosphere, how you set up a i atmosphere, how you set up a room, and the actors themselves, they all do improv theatre, so we set them loose and they do their best to scare people. and they do their best to scare --eole. ~ ., and they do their best to scare eo le, . ., , , and they do their best to scare --eole. ~ ., , , ., and they do their best to scare n-eoler ., , , .,, people. what seems to be -auttin people. what seems to be putting julie _ people. what seems to be putting julie on _ people. what seems to be putting julie on trend - people. what seems to be putting julie on trend this | putting julie on trend this
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year? putting julie on trend this ear? , , ., ., , , year? this year, for us, it is a fairytale — year? this year, for us, it is a fairytale theme _ year? this year, for us, it is a fairytale theme whether i a fairytale theme whether fairytales have gone terribly, terribly wrong. so right now we are in our bayou and with our grim reaper, we call it the grim reaper, we call it the grim reaper's scarytales, is what we've got, that is usually pretty popular for us. you what we've got, that is usually pretty popular for us.- pretty popular for us. you are roud pretty popular for us. you are proud of _ pretty popular for us. you are proud of having _ pretty popular for us. you are proud of having on _ pretty popular for us. you are proud of having on had - pretty popular for us. you are proud of having on had a - pretty popular for us. you are l proud of having on had a spare pair of trousers for customers who perhaps are slightly overwhelmed by things. tell us, how many times today's spare trousers need to get pulled out of the cupboard? hat trousers need to get pulled out of the cupboard?— of the cupboard? not as often as ou of the cupboard? not as often as you would _ of the cupboard? not as often as you would think, _ of the cupboard? not as often as you would think, however, | of the cupboard? not as often i as you would think, however, we do get a number of people who tell us, either in the rooms where the actors can hear or outside when they have exited that they have paid their parents. so we keep a chart and whenever we hear that we mark of a number on the chart that tells us how many people have actually confessed having paid their parents.—
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their parents. ok, so we can see a rather— their parents. ok, so we can see a rather ghoulish - their parents. ok, so we can | see a rather ghoulish looking background behind you. take us through america's scariest house. �* ., ., house. all right, we will walk this way. _ house. all right, we will walk this way. and _ house. all right, we will walk this way, and our— house. all right, we will walk this way, and our grim - house. all right, we will walkl this way, and our grim reaper is hiding behind some trees over here. this is momo. what 'all over here. this is momo. what y'all looking — over here. this is momo. what y'all looking at? _ over here. this is momo. what y'all looking at? you _ over here. this is momo. what y'all looking at? you want - over here. this is momo. what y'all looking at? you want to l y'all looking at? you want to come — y'all looking at? you want to come into _ y'all looking at? you want to come into the _ y'all looking at? you want to come into the bayou? - y'all looking at? you want toj come into the bayou? momo y'all looking at? you want to - come into the bayou? momo been waiting _ come into the bayou? momo been waiting for— come into the bayou? momo been waiting for y'all! _ come into the bayou? momo been waiting for y'all! hopp— come into the bayou? momo been waiting for y'all!— waiting for y'all! now we will roceed waiting for y'all! now we will proceed to — waiting for y'all! now we will proceed to a _ waiting for y'all! now we will proceed to a hansel- waiting for y'all! now we will proceed to a hansel and - waiting for y'all! now we will. proceed to a hansel and gretel room. �* , proceed to a hansel and gretel room-_ and - proceed to a hansel and gretel room._ and this - proceed to a hansel and gretel room._ and this is l proceed to a hansel and gretelj room._ and this is a room. laughter. and this is a hansel and _ room. laughter. and this is a hansel and gretel _ room. laughter. and this is a hansel and gretel room. - room. laughter. and this is a hansel and gretel room. so - room. laughter. and this is a | hansel and gretel room. so from the hansel and gretel room, we're going go into an oven, that she has carefully prepared for us so that you can bake us up for us so that you can bake us up like a favourite cookies. there is no—one in the other just now, is there, sandy? nobody in the upper right now.
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so we are going to become their treats. ~ �* ,, treats. witch cackles. so we are going — treats. witch cackles. so we are going to — treats. witch cackles. so we are going to walk _ treats. witch cackles. so we are going to walk this - treats. witch cackles. so we are going to walk this way, - treats. wncu cackles. so we| are going to walk this way, and it is set— are going to walk this way, and it is set up— are going to walk this way, and it is set up like _ are going to walk this way, and it is set up like an _ are going to walk this way, and it is set up like an elevator- it is set up like an elevator stop— it is set up like an elevator stop so— it is set up like an elevator stop so it _ it is set up like an elevator stop so it opens _ it is set up like an elevator stop so it opens up. - it is set up like an elevator stop so it opens up. she. it is set up like an elevator stop so it opens up. she likes us in here- — stop so it opens up. she likes us in here. and _ stop so it opens up. she likes us in here. and we _ stop so it opens up. she likes us in here. and we take - stop so it opens up. she likes us in here. and we take a - stop so it opens up. she likes i us in here. and we take a short ride. . , ., �* ., ride. the witches aren't going to be happy- _ ride. the witches aren't going to be happy. you've - ride. the witches aren't going to be happy. you've made - ride. the witches aren't going to be happy. you've made it i to be happy. you've made it into— to be happy. you've made it into the _ to be happy. you've made it into the fairytale. _ to be happy. you've made it into the fairytale. be - to be happy. you've made itl into the fairytale. be careful, the witches _ into the fairytale. be careful, the witches will— into the fairytale. be careful, the witches will be _ into the fairytale. be careful, the witches will be looking i into the fairytale. be careful, i the witches will be looking for you _ the witches will be looking for you make _ the witches will be looking for you. make your— the witches will be looking for you. make your way— the witches will be looking for you. make your way through i the witches will be looking for . you. make your way through the forest _ you. make your way through the forest and _ you. make your way through the forest. and as _ you. make your way through the forest. and as long _ you. make your way through the forest. and as long as _ you. make your way through the forest. and as long as she - forest. and as long as she doesn't _ forest. and as long as she doesn't catch— forest. and as long as she doesn't catch you - forest. and as long as she doesn't catch you that i forest. and as long as she doesn't catch you that you forest. and as long as she i doesn't catch you that you will be fine — doesn't catch you that you will be fine so _ doesn't catch you that you will be fine. ,, ., doesn't catch you that you will be fine. .., ., ., ., be fine. so we come out of our elevator help! _ be fine. so we come out of our elevator help! help me, i be fine. so we come out of our. elevator help! help me, please! she's going _ elevator help! help me, please! she's going to — elevator help! help me, please! she's going to kill _ elevator help! help me, please! she's going to kill you in - she's going to kill you in there! _ she's going to kill you in there! she's going to kill you! and now— there! she's going to kill you! and now we go to our little mermaid room, where we've got a rather evil looking fisherman.
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just peeled the mermaid, not that hungry, bye—bye not going to kill— that hungry, bye—bye not going to kill either of you. i might have — to kill either of you. i might have a _ to kill either of you. i might have a mermaid and chip later in the — have a mermaid and chip later in the day _ have a mermaid and chip later in the day. but you know we have — in the day. but you know we have the _ in the day. but you know we have the british people walking through— have the british people walking through here.— have the british people walking through here. now we are going into... through here. now we are going into- -- we _ through here. now we are going into... we are _ through here. now we are going into... we are heading - through here. now we are going into... we are heading into i through here. now we are going into... we are heading into the l into... we are heading into the tooth fairy�*s realm, and... screaming. tooth fairy's realm, and... screaming.— tooth fairy's realm, and... screaming. , ,, , m screaming. dentist's drill. and the tooth fairy — screaming. dentist's drill. and the tooth fairyjust _ screaming. dentist's drill. and the tooth fairyjust came _ screaming. dentist's drill. and the tooth fairyjust came to - the tooth fairyjust came to greet us. so the next room is mirror, mirror, on the wall. never, never, on the wall, whos— never, never, on the wall, who's the _ never, never, on the wall, who's the bravest - never, never, on the wall, who's the bravest of- never, never, on the wall, who's the bravest of theml never, never, on the wall, i who's the bravest of them all? ok, who's the bravest of them all? 0k, sandy. _ who's the bravest of them all? 0k, sandy. i— who's the bravest of them all? 0k, sandy, i think— who's the bravest of them all? 0k, sandy, i think we - who's the bravest of them all? 0k, sandy, i think we have i 0k, sandy, i think we have probably had about enough of these spooky antics. i think we will have to leave it there. but sandy and the team at the haunt in california, thanks very much for sharing that with
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us. from all of us here at bbc news, please, whatever you do, don't have nightmares. thanks for being with us. bye for now. good morning. saturday started off very wet for some of us but the story quickly improved to some sunny spells in the afternoon and just some isolated showers and areas have seen some pretty miserable weather recently including the borders, well, it was better today with glimpses of sunshine around. similar story today. sunday will start off pretty wet across some areas with a significant area of low pressure and into the southern flank of that low we are likely to see gale—force winds and that may act as a friend in some respects. it will push the heavy early morning rain quickly northwards and it will tend to linger across the far north of scotland but an improvement as we go through the morning and into the afternoon with a frequent cluster of showers driven in along west—facing coasts. gusts of winds inland close to 30mph, but those west facing coasts, possibly 50mph at times.
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in terms of the feel of the weather, 10—13 degrees in scotland and northern ireland, 13 or 14 further south. moving out of sunday into start of monday and the start of a new month, the low pressure will drift off into scandinavia and the wind direction will swing north—westerly, a cooler source, and that will drive the warmer yellow tones back to the continent, the cooler air mass pushing across the uk, meaning temperatures in the first few days of november could bejust a little bit under par for this time of year. we start off monday on a chilly note first thing where we have clearer skies and a frequent rash of showers driven along by the brisk north—westerly wind, some showers pushed further south as we go through the afternoon. temperatures just 8—10 degrees into the north and may be a maximum of 12 or 13 further south. the middle part of the week, that north—westerly flow is likely to stay with us and we see the ridge of high pressure trying to build in from the atlantic, and it is likely to kill off some of the showers but it does mean that we are going to stay on the cool side for this
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time of year. it also means we could see more in the way of overnight frost and we have not seen much significant frost so far this season but it means that overall things will stay dry and quieter but on the cool side as we go through the week ahead. take care.
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the leaders had wines. it is of the latest —— largest economies... it follows concerns that multinationals are rerouting their profits through low tax jurisdictions. the measures are due to come into effect in 2023. the british prime minister boris johnson has acknowledged there is what he called turbulence in relations between london and paris. his comments follow a dispute over fishing rights stop francis as dozens of vessels have been denied licenses they are entitled to and has threatened to introduce targeted measures against britain. and sudanese security forces have fired live rounds and tear gas at large crowds of protesters including in the capital khartoum. an activist told the bbc that around 100 people had been injured.

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