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against the complaints at the governments being hypocritical scrapping the taxes on internal uk flights, which they did in the budget now. at the same time campaigning fora budget now. at the same time campaigning for a greener approach to transport. what do you make of the shops defences one may call it? i think it's quite laughable. coming out and saying so strongly that travel should be guilt free. please let us out we just want to fly around the world was up just as in cheyenne with a round clock 26. if you want to say that now is the wrong time to say it, really. we've seen all kinds of people getting criticised for travelling by plane up criticised for travelling by plane up to glascow when they could've gone on the train. and itjust doesn't fit with the whole thing of what the conference is supposed to be achieving. we don't actually really know what the conference is going to achieve yet because were
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still in the second week, will find it lettered to look back later this week. just feels like another one of those one all for us and another offer everybody else, really. rachel, i don't know how it looks from the perspective of scotland. you can say this is his defence that borisjohnson flies you can say this is his defence that boris johnson flies back tomorrow for the at channel four news that he's going back to save c0p26 from being a failure. i don't know if it's the downing street explanation of why he's going back. he's going back again by plane. apparently unmoved by the protest last week when he chose to go down by plane last tuesday morning after attending the reception on the monday night rather than get what i have to say is a very good sleep or service between scotland and london. yeah, i think that is — between scotland and london. yeah, i think that is his _ between scotland and london. yeah, i think that is his distinction _ between scotland and london. yeah, i think that is his distinction to - between scotland and london. yeah, i think that is his distinction to be - think that is his distinction to be made internalflights in the uk. being able to fly overseas for example. that's a little bit lost in the nuance. i think in c0p26 this is
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a huge moment will we should be trying to push to try and limit global warming, tackle climate change is much as possible. i think two been covering the conference for the last week and have it feels like a lot longer than that. i've been covering it and this week it does feel like the atmosphere has dipped a little bit. yesterday today and todayit a little bit. yesterday today and today it feels like the atmosphere has dipped. maybe borisjohnson is coming back with hopes of rallying... putting a bit of pizzazz backin rallying... putting a bit of pizzazz back in it. yeah, possibly. i do think there is a distinction to be made between travelling and within the uk. he has many of us ought to get the train but there is always that fear of travelling abroad. so many people as family and friends overseas that they want to visit. i think when we start to talk about people not being able to travel or should they limit travelling abroad
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and flying for the people have families to see. this is been a really difficult two years and it's great to talk to people a resume or skype. seeing people physically, there's no replacement for that. i think when we talk about let's cut air travel i think we should be looking more at those domestic flights rather than trying to guilt people who might want to make trips to see family that they've not seen in two years or that annual trip home. �* , ., , in two years or that annual trip home. �*, ., _ ., in two years or that annual trip home. �*, ., , home. it's easy for us as people watchin: home. it's easy for us as people watching at _ home. it's easy for us as people watching at home _ home. it's easy for us as people watching at home going - home. it's easy for us as people i watching at home going politicians do as i say, not do as i do. but probably some people will have been checking for the last minute deals so they can go grab a bit of late years on her and just after christmas or something. it sounds were all guilty of this are we? i were all guilty of this are we? i don't think the average family is
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ever going to go well, i won't fly to spain— ever going to go well, i won't fly to spain this year because of global warming _ to spain this year because of global warming i— to spain this year because of global warming. ijust don't think realistically that's going to happen. so we got to do something else, _ happen. so we got to do something else, haven't we really? what will that he, _ else, haven't we really? what will that be, ground source heat pumps in our houses? — that be, ground source heat pumps in our houses?— our houses? they are expensive. until the price _ our houses? they are expensive. until the price comes _ our houses? they are expensive. until the price comes down - our houses? they are expensive. until the price comes down as i our houses? they are expensive. i until the price comes down as were promised by the government they will. but we will see. i have to say, i've always wondered for several years now why anybody bothers to fly to paris or brussels if they happen to live in london or can get to london. because what's the choice of going to an airport and then having anotherjet to the city or going into the heart of the city? it always seems to me to be a no—brainer. i'm sure people have their reasons. let's move on to microns hard line on the booster jabs. it's like what we sail in the nhs interesting story. i'm not sure
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what paper because i've got it on my list but i can't find the paper to go to edit. i think it might be an error on the list. let's go to the independent, c0p26. which i guess is the other side of this argument. which is it says a mountain to climb. maybe it's your point about their being a lack of energy now or it may be the last few days people thought actually, the dell occasions are quite far apart. yes thought actually, the dell occasions are quite far apart.— are quite far apart. yes the story here is that _ are quite far apart. yes the story here is that the _ are quite far apart. yes the story here is that the cop _ are quite far apart. yes the story here is that the cop 26 _ are quite far apart. yes the story here is that the cop 26 presidentj here is that the cop 26 president has said — here is that the cop 26 president has said that there is a mountain to ciimh _ has said that there is a mountain to climb. �* ., ,., ., climb. and with the whole point of c0 -26 is climb. and with the whole point of c0p26 is getting — climb. and with the whole point of c0p26 is getting their _ climb. and with the whole point of c0p26 is getting their countries i c0p26 is getting their countries together, delegations and how we will get to the point where we limit global warming to 1.5 degrees. as the front page of this paper says, the front page of this paper says, the climate action has said on the current plans by countries to cut
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emissions this target, we will go over this target, it's not like 2.1t% by i can't remember the year. over this target, it's not like 2.4% by i can't remember the year. don't wor , by i can't remember the year. don't worry. when — by i can't remember the year. don't worry. when i _ by i can't remember the year. don't worry. when i get— by i can't remember the year. don't worry, when i get to _ by i can't remember the year. don't worry, when i get to penalise - by i can't remember the year. don't worry, when i get to penalise you for that. �* ., , worry, when i get to penalise you for that. �* ~ , , ., , worry, when i get to penalise you forthat. �* ~ ,, ., , , for that. but i think this shows his es, at for that. but i think this shows his yes. at com _ for that. but i think this shows his yes. at com i — for that. but i think this shows his yes, at com | think— for that. but i think this shows his yes, at com | think it's - for that. but i think this shows his yes, at com | think it's later- yes, at cop26 i think its later tonight, early tomorrow morning were expected to get where the negotiations are at so far. where tonight we will see where the discussions are for that where they agree and where they are struggling. this is the first cop that i've ever covered. i've spoken to people of covered. i've spoken to people of covered a number of them and they said there's always this point in the conference will stop you get to about the halfway mark over the halfway mark and people start saying that it's not going to work, when i can reach an agreement they are not pulling their weight here, they're not doing this, they're not agreeing to this. and then you'll see those
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reinforcements. you'll see the prime minister come back and potentially other leaders are larger delegations will start to flow into try and really rally the troops and see what we can get from theirs. it seems like that's where we are now. he didn't expect the prime minister to be back so soon, there was chatter that he might come back later on thursday or friday. but it looks like the prime minister is coming back up tomorrow. i think it is part of that because it doesn't feel the energies jet. of that because it doesn't feel the energiesjet. i was of that because it doesn't feel the energies jet. i was out and about thursday night whenjohn kerry gave a speech and he was talking about an historic moment and he's very optimistic and it was very energy, you had all the world leaders. this week i say yesterday and the former us president barack obama was a big name in town yesterday. but after he was gone it kind of felt like the energy was very flat and the actual conference venue. i know there are thousands of negotiations working behind the scenes that we don't see every day when we were there. it did
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feel like a change in atmosphere from the previous week. this feel like a change in atmosphere from the previous week.- feel like a change in atmosphere from the previous week. this is the challen . e. from the previous week. this is the challenge- i — from the previous week. this is the challenge. i suppose _ from the previous week. this is the challenge. i suppose there - from the previous week. this is the challenge. i suppose there is - from the previous week. this is the challenge. i suppose there is an - challenge. i suppose there is an element of this which is the nature of international negotiations, it is almost inevitable that they go to the wire. because nobody wants to concede early. but there comes a point where the deadline and they say were all walking way to say this was a failure then. that is the first man or woman who blinks. i’m first man or woman who blinks. i'm sure we will— first man or woman who blinks. i'm sure we will see in agreement at the end of— sure we will see in agreement at the end of this _ sure we will see in agreement at the end of this week. we always do with these _ end of this week. we always do with these conferences. it's whether that will pan _ these conferences. it's whether that will pan out — these conferences. it's whether that will pan out over the coming months, years, _ will pan out over the coming months, years, decades in the future. i thought— years, decades in the future. i thought the paris agreement was supposed to be the thing that would stop climate change but it doesn't seem _ stop climate change but it doesn't seem to _ stop climate change but it doesn't seem to be much progress since then. and now— seem to be much progress since then. and now we _ seem to be much progress since then. and now we are at glascow where was supposed _ and now we are at glascow where was sunposed to _ and now we are at glascow where was supposed to looking back and think how well— supposed to looking back and think how well we've done and how far we've _ how well we've done and how far we've come. we seem to be back at the beginning again. it we've come. we seem to be back at the beginning again.—
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the beginning again. it can start to feel a bit hopeless. _ the beginning again. it can start to feel a bit hopeless. that's - the beginning again. it can start to feel a bit hopeless. that's the - feel a bit hopeless. that's the danger, you want to get people motivated. it was a scientist came out yesterday and said look actually, had wejust out yesterday and said look actually, had we just stuck to where we were possibly before paris, actually, we were four degrees rising were now it 2.7, i can't bring about either, it's that sort of figure. where kind of right but the trajectory has to get below 1.5 and get soon enough to prevent the really bad stuff happening. i guess we have to take their word for it. in the last minute or so natalie, do you want to take us to the lovely photograph on the front of the independent. this is the marcus rashford and duke of cambridge photo. it’s rashford and duke of cambridge hoto. �* , . , rashford and duke of cambridge hoto. v . , ., , rashford and duke of cambridge hoto. �*, ., , ., , , photo. it's really lovely. marcus rashford reese _ photo. it's really lovely. marcus rashford reese steve _ photo. it's really lovely. marcus rashford reese steve didn't - photo. it's really lovely. marcus| rashford reese steve didn't mb photo. it's really lovely. marcus - rashford reese steve didn't mb from where _ rashford reese steve didn't mb from where he _ rashford reese steve didn't mb from where he highlighted children poverty— where he highlighted children poverty and said quite rightly they
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should _ poverty and said quite rightly they should he — poverty and said quite rightly they should be getting free school meals. nobody _ should be getting free school meals. nobody could argue with that. but it'sjust _ nobody could argue with that. but it'sjust a — nobody could argue with that. but it'sjust a really lovely nobody could argue with that. but it's just a really lovely picture. he was— it's just a really lovely picture. he was there with his mom, she was there _ he was there with his mom, she was there waiting in the background, looks— there waiting in the background, looks actually wonderful, smiling on so proudly~ — looks actually wonderful, smiling on so proudly. he just had a carry on campaigning, this is in the end. i think— campaigning, this is in the end. i think it's— campaigning, this is in the end. i think it's also interesting tonight that this — think it's also interesting tonight that this was the first investiture in person— that this was the first investiture in person in 18 months. so the duke of cambridge... it�*s in person in 18 months. so the duke of cambridge---_ of cambridge... it's a lovely note to end on- _ of cambridge. .. it's a lovely note to end on. i'll— of cambridge... it's a lovely note to end on. i'll get _ of cambridge... it's a lovely note to end on. i'll get you _ of cambridge... it's a lovely note to end on. i'll get you on - of cambridge... it's a lovely note to end on. i'll get you on the - to end on. i'll get you on the duke of cambridge next time around. not sure if he is one of those like prince charles has a different title when he's in scotland. but rachel will know. that's it for the papers. no sport i apologise we are having some technical problems. we will have another two leathernecks and will be joining the team from newsday and then i'll be back at 1130.
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time to have a look at the weather in the next few days with up in the short term it's actually a pretty mild. not much change i think for the rest of the week. a few cold nights on the way but broadly speaking i will show you the air mass graphic or the temperature of the atmosphere. this is a sped up animation for the rest of the week. you can see these low pressures forming over the atlantic and making our way towards us, bringing that while there. but that all we not also come weather fronts this one over us stretching to the subtropics was that this is an indication where the air is coming from and we got the air is coming from and we got the particularly milder air across the particularly milder air across the southern half of the uk. so south of this line splits and spots of rain. temperatures on wednesday still around about 15 degrees in the south. further north we are in that pressure atlantic care. it's not cold, cold airfor the pressure atlantic care. it's not cold, cold air for the same year. this is all broadly speaking pretty mild air. but you can see the while
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these conditions will be in the south of the country because this is where the air is coming from. the atmosphere is being warmed up by that moisture and warmth coming in. here's thursday's weather map. there are a couple of weather fronts over us. though that is just cloud and spits and spots of rain. generally speaking it's a case of light winds on thursday. i think a fair amount of bright weather particularly across eastern areas of the uk. but you will notice that the weather is already going downhill out towards the west. that's a low pressure that's approaching. here's the weather match two map thursday night into friday. where this slows to be here or whether it's a bit further north or south will change the areas of rain that moved basically across the uk at the low pressures for the south friday, that might take that area of reyna lippert further south for the weather is definitely going to be training at fort clark in liverpool on friday is very difficult to say. but the broad messages mild and breezy with the
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chance of rain certainly friday. also i think friday night. eventually by saturday that low—pressure kind of falls apart in decays or takes its rain towards a continent. you can see that the weather actually comes out on saturday. saturday after that wet and windy spell for some of us on friday, saturday is looking better. the temperatures 13 for belfast, probably touching 11t maybe 15 across the south. this is the weather map for sunday. look at the isobars, they are opening up. that means the pressure is rising. when pressure rises the windfalls like some of the weather settles. rises the windfalls like some of the weathersettles. i rises the windfalls like some of the weather settles. i want to show you the wind direction here on sunday. it's coming out of the east, a lot of clout here. on some of these north sea coast it could be a little on the chilly side. maybe 11 or 12 degrees at best. sunday yes, settled but it could be a little cold and cloudy. monday and tuesday, the jet stream is to the north of us. i pressure to the south. keeping things settled. but watch what
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happens for wednesday onwards. the jet stream points right at us making a beeline for us and sending weather fronts. a lot of pressure lines here. that means strong winds was up next week is going to be a little bit mixed. we got a settled start to the week with high pressure with the jet to that north of us. later next week we got wind and rain probably thursday, wednesday, thursday friday the weather will turn more unsettled. the weather is looking quite mixed over the next ten days.
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