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asfionishing this debacle. it's astonishing what's been _ this debacle. it's astonishing what's been going _ this debacle. it's astonishing what's been going on - this debacle. it's astonishing what's been going on there. | this debacle. it's astonishing| what's been going on there. i this debacle. it's astonishing - what's been going on there. i have to say. _ what's been going on there. i have to say. i— what's been going on there. i have to say, i was— what's been going on there. i have to say, i was born in yorkshire, you will not _ to say, i was born in yorkshire, you will not know— to say, i was born in yorkshire, you will not know if max and because we left when _ will not know if max and because we left when i _ will not know if max and because we left when i was quite young, and so to look— left when i was quite young, and so to look at— left when i was quite young, and so to look at the sort of what is been going _ to look at the sort of what is been going on— to look at the sort of what is been going on in— to look at the sort of what is been going on in the county cricket club is appalling and there is a large asian _ is appalling and there is a large asian community in yorkshire which they really— asian community in yorkshire which they really ought to be building links— they really ought to be building links with and sourcing players from because _ links with and sourcing players from because there is a rich group of talent _ because there is a rich group of talent there and to see these attitudes out of the 1950s or even before _ attitudes out of the 1950s or even before is— attitudes out of the 1950s or even before is really depressing. and their— before is really depressing. and their right to make an issue of this because _ their right to make an issue of this because it — their right to make an issue of this because it should not be happening today _ because it should not be happening today. they should: the mps to answer — today. they should: the mps to answer for _ today. they should: the mps to answer for the sort of thing. they need to— answer for the sort of thing. they need to get it fixed.— need to get it fixed. institution close ranks _ need to get it fixed. institution close ranks in _ need to get it fixed. institution close ranks in these _ need to get it fixed. institution | close ranks in these accusations need to get it fixed. institution - close ranks in these accusations on racism are laid against him. it’s
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racism are laid against him. it's uuite a racism are laid against him. it�*s quite a shocking and extraordinary story and really for a cabinet minister of the health secretary to weigh in on. and some of these allegations are pretty awful and as james says, it's only right that this story, is continuing to get headlines and increasing pressure for something to be done and for those responsible to be held to account. and it simply isn't going to happen at this point. 5ajid account. and it simply isn't going to happen at this point. said javid sinuh had to happen at this point. said javid singh had should * to happen at this point. said javid singh had should roll_ to happen at this point. said javid singh had should roll on _ to happen at this point. sajid javid singh had should roll on this - to happen at this point. sajid javid singh had should roll on this one. | singh had should roll on this one. 7 saying. he is the director of the trust and he has resigned from the sage. his statement saying that he wants to focus on his work and we do know
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that he set the covid—i9 crisis is a long way from over in the global situation is deeply troubling. and he has called in recent times for tougher measures, james. to make we need tougher precautionary measures. the number of people in hospital is worrying and i went to a number of events last week because i have a week off they took my daughter to the musical of frozen. in the theatre there, for having voluntary, voluntary covid—i9 cheques, no one was wearing a mask inside. band was wearing a mask inside. and eve one was wearing a mask inside. and everyone had — was wearing a mask inside. and everyone had them on but no buddy ? me my— everyone had them on but no buddy ? me my daughter with the ones at the nronlb _ me my daughter with the ones at the
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nronlb it's _ me my daughter with the ones at the month. it's no more intrusive than a seat belt, _ month. it's no more intrusive than a seat belt, we — month. it's no more intrusive than a seat belt, we should all be wearing masks _ seat belt, we should all be wearing masks and — seat belt, we should all be wearing masks and i think we've stopped and there _ masks and i think we've stopped and there is— masks and i think we've stopped and there is a _ masks and i think we've stopped and there is a case to be made for this. in there is a case to be made for this. in speaking — there is a case to be made for this. in speaking to some venues recently, 'ust in speaking to some venues recently, just researching this issue, look, we really— just researching this issue, look, we really need the government to step forward because we would like people _ step forward because we would like people to _ step forward because we would like people to be wearing masks. this first step — people to be wearing masks. this first step and our patrons. but they've — first step and our patrons. but they've basically thrown us under they've basically thrown us under the bus — they've basically thrown us under the bus. . , they've basically thrown us under the bus. ., , ., , , they've basically thrown us under the bus. . , ., , , . the bus. there ready to spring and annabelle- — the bus. there ready to spring and annabelle. we _ the bus. there ready to spring and annabelle. we know _ the bus. there ready to spring and annabelle. we know that - the bus. there ready to spring and i annabelle. we know that jeremy, he annabelle. we know thatjeremy, he has been one of the key voices and he says he is still available to offer help and when they contributed. interestingly stepped away. he contributed. interestingly stepped awa . , contributed. interestingly stepped awa . . contributed. interestingly stepped awa. ., .,, contributed. interestingly stepped awa. ., contributed. interestingly stepped awa. . away. he says that the crisis is a lona wa away. he says that the crisis is a long way from — away. he says that the crisis is a long way from over _ away. he says that the crisis is a long way from over and - away. he says that the crisis is a long way from over and he - away. he says that the crisis is a long way from over and he is - away. he says that the crisis is a l long way from over and he is right in saying that you're in the uk soil, we feel as though the war on covid—i9 has been one even though
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it's still raging. look on what's on the cover of the ft and russia's death toll, and it's an excess deaths with head over 700,000 over the course of the coronavirus pandemic and needs easy to forget how dire the situation is overseas and the fact that new zealand is still in pretty strict lockdown but i don't really think on the situation here in the uk and we have seen surges and dips where i'm sitting and i don't think it's a thing to be particularly concerned about and pharmaceutical interventions and the represent does have not had lockdowns and the greatest infringements on the civil liberties and peace times. and if we introduce mask wearing and unrelated
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to the introduction of mask wearing. ill be interesting for some politicians to have stricter measures saying it's all because of the masks in the case for keeping them in perpetuity. i'd bejust a little bit more wary of bringing in measures until the situation worsens and i don't believe looking at this will be reason to believe it will. that's it for the papers. this hour. james moore and annabel denham will be back again at 11:30 goodbye we know the membership rotates. but more on this in the coming hours. will be great to get that quick preview in an hour. james moore and annabel denham will be back again at 11:30 goodbye for now.
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then scored and handed over the advantage after va are ruled that he was on—site. but rinaldo, as he is done so often struck and for european matches the season and type of group f. and chelsea have moved closer in the last 16 after they met swedish side 1—0 after being frustrated in the first half they went ahead when he finished and did
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not finish a single shot on target, they have nine points and four group eight got the job done and i group eight got the 'ob done and i think there may — group eight got the 'ob done and i think there may be _ group eight got the job done and i think there may be now, - group eight got the job done and i think there may be now, we - think there may be now, we wanted the result, we needed a result, we expect that the results from us and we delivered. we did not suffer through difficult situations in our box and we do not allow upward situations, not at all, we never lost concentration and so, i'm very happy. it was a deserved victory will stop a close one.— will stop a close one. record of most games — will stop a close one. record of most games and _ will stop a close one. record of most games and english - will stop a close one. record of| most games and english league will stop a close one. record of - most games and english league clubs, he went to play luton town but it was not the fairy tale night that he hoped for. in 1602nd match so i'm go down 3—1 despite leading at half—time and the result is dropping
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to 14. half—time and the result is dropping to 1a. antonio says he is extremely happy to return and cannot wait to start working with the tottenham players and it was confirmed as the new manager to such a date after an the manager has signed a deal of the summer of 2023 and has already been on the training pitch this afternoon and in the europa conference league on thursday. the ex—president has been charged with fraud in switzerland and investigation found them of more than one half million pounds and the frenchman has requested payments for previous work and this was made while they are up for reelection and he is 85 years old and now faces a criminal trial within months. both of long denied
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any wrongdoing. mpjulian knight has been on the board to resign after a leaked report emerged containing details of the investigation into the treatment of former player. in a story published by espn, it was a racially offensive term used to him regarding this banter. there will not take any disciplinary action against any player but the investigation said, we are sorry thatis investigation said, we are sorry that is a sport, this is not yet been resolved. pakistan through to the world cup after a 45 run victory but pakistan led by the unbe at 79 blasted 189 for two near 20 overs and restricted the african opponents to mantra 44 for five response to ensure their place in the last four
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south africa beat bangladesh by six wickets to maintain their push the semifinals. england captain has said he is thrilled ben stokes is back for the series in australia and he has not played for england since march and is taking a break from the sport to focus on his mental wellbeing. the squad travelled ahead of the first test in brisbane on december the 8th. . fin of the first test in brisbane on december the 8th. ._ of the first test in brisbane on december the 8th. . on a personal level, december the 8th. . on a personal level. l'm — december the 8th. . on a personal level, i'm absolutely _ december the 8th. . on a personal level, i'm absolutely thrilled - december the 8th. . on a personal level, i'm absolutely thrilled that l level, i'm absolutely thrilled that he's in a place where he can enjoy the sport again. and i can imagine it's been very difficult for him being out of the game and it will be exciting to hear him when we've spoken. more recently for stub economics hear him smiling down the line which i think the greatest thing for my perspective. the rugby union is out — thing for my perspective. the rugby union is out of— thing for my perspective. the rugby union is out of this _ thing for my perspective. the rugby union is out of this week _ thing for my perspective. the rugby union is out of this week in - thing for my perspective. the rugby union is out of this week in the - union is out of this week in the test against the all blacks due to a
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shoulder injury. 36 short of the field early in the 54 the 16 to feature new zealand and cardiff while they're also over the shorter issue as they look to bounce back against the roads number one ranked team. england have their own injury concerns, marcus smith could miss the games against tonga after a minor leg injury and max has been brought out while freddie stewart has doubts that they expected to form a 10—12 partnership with the experience in the absence of george ford, head coach eddiejones says he does expect to see his team beside him. ~ , , ., . him. were never desperate. but we are keen for— him. were never desperate. but we are keen for him _ him. were never desperate. but we are keen for him to _ him. were never desperate. but we are keen for him to be _ him. were never desperate. but we are keen for him to be involved - him. were never desperate. but we are keen for him to be involved in l are keen for him to be involved in the game and it's not frustrating. it's part and parcel and players pick up small knocks and he will recover well and if we do not get it this week, we'll get it next week.
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through to the third round of the english open after two win over jimmy robinson. the row number one. setting up the last 32 for another of his english competitors. everything else the bbc sport website. that is all your support for now. that is all your sport for now. instinctually for the rest of this week. frost and fog but quite a bit of sunshine around and there will be a wintry flavour to them across the mountains in the north. across northern areas with the pressure today will be windy letter wins for this of left some of the funds enhancing shower activities but most of the coastal areas as you can see here, some of them heavy and
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wintering over the north of scotland in the later the afternoon. we'll start to see more cloud and showers pushing into northern england the mittens. not quite as sunny as we had on tuesday. a chilly day with temperatures just by making double figures otherwise, it is six to eight degrees across northern scotland. as with the wednesday night tendencies chilly but for the showers and coastal areas in windier cross the easter temperatures will be quite as low as what they were further north and again there will let fairly widespread frost and also some fog patches.
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welcome to newsday, reporting live from singapore with me mariko 0i. and me christian fraser, live in glasgow. measured positivity is in the air — as world leaders prepare to leave the climate change summit - cop 26. i can't think of any two days when more has been accomplished dealing with climate than these two days. with national leaders now on their way home, the host borisjohnson, said it was up to the remaining negotiators to deliver more progress. the eyes of the populations of the world are on you, - and the eyes of the british i government and all the other governments that care about this are on our negotiators. _ and we have your numbers.
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earlier there was a deal to slash methane emissions —

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