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hello, i'm ros atkins, this is outside source. it this is outside source. is one—year to the congress the it is one—year to the congress on the hill. president biden claims a web of lies by donald trump. he values a web of lies by donald trump. he: values power over principle because he sees his own interests as more important that his countries interests and america's interest. fin interests and america's interest. on the house floor speaker nancy pelosi held a moment of silent for those who died republicans are expected to deliver their own january six response soon. security forces in keswick of clear the square of the days of anti—government protests. and the world men's tennis number one know that djokovic finds himself
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confined to an immigration hotel in melbourne after running into trouble with his visa for the australian open. let's turn to the united states, exactly one year on from the storming of congress, president biden has condemned his predecessor, donald trump, for the role he played that day. the democrats have held several events marking the anniversary of the january sixth riot, including a minute's silence in the us house of representative . here's president biden speaking from inside the capitol building. the former president of the united states of america has created and spread a web of lies about the 2020 election. he's done so because he values power over principle, because he sees his own interest as more important than his country's interest, than america's interest. vice president kamala harris also spoke about the
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consequences of that day. here's the vice president. what they were assaulting were the institutions, the values, the ideals that generations of americans have marched. _ that generations of americans have marched, picketed and shed blood to establish _ marched, picketed and shed blood to establish and defend. marched, picketed and shed blood to establish and defend. president biden�*s speech blamed the capitol riot on trump and his supporters. he's been writing... just minutes after president _ he's been writing... just minutes after president biden _ he's been writing... just minutes after president biden speech - he's been writing... just minutes i after president biden speech ended donald trump releases own statement. he claimed that... president biden addressed the question of division just moments later, as he left
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the capitol building. does the capitol building. calling him out divide more than does calling him out divide more thanit does calling him out divide more than it heals? you talk so much about healing, served with this country. we about healing, served with this count . ~ :, about healing, served with this count . ~ ., :, about healing, served with this count .~ ., :, , , country. we have to recognise this extent of the _ country. we have to recognise this extent of the wound. _ country. we have to recognise this extent of the wound. you - country. we have to recognise this extent of the wound. you can't - extent of the wound. you can't pretend. this is serious stuff. and a lot of people understandably want to go to... ijust as soon not face it, you've got to face it. that's what great nations do. they face the truth. dealwith what great nations do. they face the truth. deal with it. and move on. the top senate republican mitch mcconnell released a statement describing the storming of the capital as describing the storming of the capitalas a... is describing the storming of the capital as a... is also accusing the democrats blame politics he also wrote... on that republican strategist. i thinkjoe biden turned it into a
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partisan politics discussion which further makes january six in moderate eyes less of a landmark moment. we should of taken it politics out of it. the criticism being releases asking the protesters to stop. just a few minutes later officers declared a riot. it wasn't until more than two hours later after 4pm the donald trump released a video telling them up trump released a video telling them up to go home. here's a capitol police officer who was on duty that day. any action by anybody, especially the president that could've brought that situation to a quicker end should absolutely happen. anything, yeah, absolutely. there's actions could be done to get us help sooner. democracy can't be taken for granted just because it exists, you have to fight to protect it. it's as simple as that. many republicans
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reacted with hard been critical of donald trump. at some of their of taken a different approach. congress and congressman marjorie taylor greene have referred to the writers as patriots and political prisoners. they've even organise a counter progress of it the days events. here's congressman brandon boyle. ona on a basic level it's disgusting that anyone would glorify would happened onjanuary that anyone would glorify would happened on january six. that anyone would glorify would happened onjanuary six. it's hard to understand how a group of fellow americans, human beings can get so warped that they believe there is complete nonsense and craziness. well, i'll select committee has been investigating the attack of the capital sincejuly last investigating the attack of the capital since july last year. seven democrats on the committee but only to republicans without donald trump has openly criticises investigation. here's a democratic congressman on whether they would recommend a
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criminal prosecution of donald trump for obstructing the official proceedings of congress. if there are things that other law enforcement agencies or organisations can use based on the documents that we gather, we are comfortable with that, were comfortable sharing with that. and that's part of telling the full and complete story. but our purpose is to make sure this never happens again. and if there are any legislative recommendations or suggestions that we need to make than that's what our focus is going to be. here's congressman brandon boyle. gary o'donoghuejoins us from washington. it's interesting to hear both sides accusing each other of politicising this anniversary. ifind myself raising my eyebrows because isn't that inevitable?— that inevitable? yes, of course it was a political — that inevitable? yes, of course it was a political event. _ that inevitable? yes, of course it was a political event. this wasn't a day out at the races, this was a battle for the political control of power in the united states. of course it was a political event. i don't think it's terribly surprising. what the democrats and whatjoe biden is trying to do is it goes beyond that, goes on to a
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realm, a plane of national importance, national significance. something invoking importance, nationalsignificance. something invoking the constitution which is something that all americans are meant to believe in and believe is sacred. and trying to elevated to that plane is a way of trying to appeal to those who are a bit more worried about the nature of what happened on that day even if they might not be supporters of his. seven minutes past the hours i talk to you, it was exactly seven minutes past the hour at this time that outside source was on air and we started to look at pictures of the capital and started to think, hold on, that doesn't look like a regular process. i wonder if that moment is played out on a grander scale of the last year with america perhaps still deciding whether it wants to look at the scale of what happened, to acknowledge the scale of what happened. i acknowledge the scale of what ha ened. ~ acknowledge the scale of what happened-— happened. i think that's an interesting _ happened. i think that's an interesting point. - happened. i think that's an interesting point. if- happened. i think that's an interesting point. if you'd i happened. i think that's an . interesting point. if you'd look back to that day there was quite a lot of confusion about what was actually happening. and the extent
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of the violence. and really the extent of the violent has come out over a period of time as those videos have been released and been found and transmitted and put in evidence at all that kind of thing. the picture took a wild to form completely. but now there is a pretty clear picture. the brutality and the violence is shocking at times when you see those pictures of the way those police officers were treated. the police officer drag down the stairs, the police officer in the doorway, the police officer beat with his own baton, the gas, the pepper spray, the yelling, they share brutality, animosity of the whole thing. and that took some time. that is still continuing to shock people when the new videos come out. as we get into this. whether there will be trials of some of these people that were involved in orchestrating that you will see that material replayed again and again over the coming months in the
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run—up to the midterm elections. that could be a significant part of the political discussion. which is why i think you saw the tilt today from the president towards a much more aggressive approach to donald trump and his role in what happened onjanuary trump and his role in what happened on january the 6th last year. he's really pulled his punches in previous speeches, previous appearances on this. today he didn't do anything like that. he went in really full force, giving it everything, calling out the former president, pressing those buttons, those triggers if you like that the former president hates about defeat and loss and all those kinds of things. and loss and all those kinds of thins. :, ~' ,, , and loss and all those kinds of thins. :, ~ ,, , . we will be turning back to that year anniversary in washington through the hour on outside source. let's talk about kazakhstan — there have been new clashes
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on the streets of the country's largest city — almaty. it's usually a stable country. it's one of the main oil producers in the world and an ally of russia. now violence has erupted on the street. now violence has erupted on the street. bursts of gunfire were heard as police was clearing out the city's main square. dozens of people were killed and hundreds were detained in a vast security operation that was launched in the morning. despite that and a nation—wide internet blackout — protesters still gathered in cities across the country — these pictures come from aktau, in the west of kazakhstan — where the demostrations first started. the bbc�*s abdujalil abdurasulov sent us this update from almaty a short while ago. the classes i've taken place just a few hundred metres away from where i am standing now. you can hear the sound of shooting and explosions.
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judging by the sound the real battle is going on the main square. we saw several armoured personnel carriers moving towards the square where small group of protesters has gathered before. this moment comes off the back of days of protest. yesterday crowds stormed several government buildings and set police vehicles on fire. police say twelve officers died in the clashes and hundreds were injured. the country's president has called the protesters �*foreign terrorists�*. translation: given that these j terrorist gangs are international and have received extensive training abroad, their attack on kazakhstan can and should be considered an active aggression. by labelling it a foreign aggression — the president justified his request for russia's assistance. moscow has already deployed what it called �*a peace keeping mission�* to the country — on the basis of the collective security treaty organization — the treaty is a military alliance between russia, kazakhstan, belarus, tajikistan, kyrgyzstan and armenia.
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but what has actually sparked these protests? kazakhstan is a country as vast as the whole of western europe — and has two very powerful neighbours — russia and china. on paper it�*s a rich country — it has 3% of the world�*s oil reserves and important coal and gas sectors. but that wealth is not shared equally. in 2019 demonstrations toppled the country�*s long—time president nazarbayev — who was accused of corruption — but he was replaced by a close ally. and recently fuel prices have doubled in the west of the country — sparking these latest protests. here�*s erica marat — from the college of international security affairs. for some people it is mostly economic. it�*s about demanding a better life, betterjobs, better earning and some
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certain economic certainty. worse for others, it is about opening up a political system, allowing more representation and inclusion of different parts of society in kazakhstan. and breaking down our old system of where he leads become extremely rich, were talking about tens of billions of dollars. whereas most of the population, especially in western kazakhstan just suffering from extreme levels of poverty and underdevelopment. the bbc russian reporter olga ivshina joins me now. first of all, let�*s talk about russia. how much would be willing to commit to keeping kazakhstan stable? i think it�*s a good question, mr putin must be really worried with this process which seemingly came out of nowhere. there were some small protests in kazakhstan over the past year but there was nothing which could tell you that this could
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happen in kazakhstan. of course this is a worrying message for mr putin who is making so much to suppress opposition in his own country during the previous year. according to some sourcing is russia is willing to stand up to five thousand soldiers up stand up to five thousand soldiers up to kazakhstan. looking into which divisions are going, being deployed to kazakhstan. it looks like to divisions which specialise in peacekeeping. butjuan is famous, but effective vision which is actually specialising in military intelligence and aversion. let�*s intelligence and aversion. let's also talk about _ intelligence and aversion. let's also talk about the _ intelligence and aversion. let's also talk about the opposition, the people who are leading the process in kazakhstan. it�*s been a difficult day for them to put it mildly with this major operation against them. as bbc russia speaks to people within the protests do they believe that they can continue?—
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that they can continue? today we have seen a _ that they can continue? today we have seen a major— that they can continue? today we have seen a major change - that they can continue? today we have seen a major change in - that they can continue? today we j have seen a major change in what that they can continue? today we - have seen a major change in what was going on in the streets. gunfire, many people are afraid but also there is a change in the mood on the ground because of what happened yesterday overnight. during the first few days the protest was political with some political but yesterday when violent and people start classes, looting. some people at the moment are afraid and they say, we are living our lives, we are struggling but still more or less okay. now we have to queue for bread, 0 for petro, we can�*t get cash, we need to queue to get money. it's cash, we need to queue to get money. it�*s not what we wanted. some people are confused and theyjust want stability. in this place to the end of the authorities. and of course the majority of people are scared because of the amount of gunfire and stun grenades which you hear out in the streets. stun grenades which you hear out in the streets-— you much indeed.
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borisjohnson has been criticised by his adviser on standards following an official inquiry into the refurbishment of the flat above 10 downing street. lord geidt accuse mr branch and of not having respect for his first lord geidt accuse mr branch and of not having respect respect for his first the prime minister apologised to lord geidt who accused mrjohnson of not having sufficient respect for his role as standards adviser. in his original report lord geidt cleared mrjohnson of a conflict of interest because he�*d seemed unaware that a conservative peer had paid for the refurbishment. a lavish flat refurbishment with an eye watering bill and some difficult questions for the prime minister about whether he knew who originally paid for it. he and his wife spent over £100,000 hiring a luxury designer. it has taken months for the standard adviser, lord geidt, to get to the bottom of a complex funding arrangement involving a tory donor. some relevant information was never disclosed to the investigation and today in a letter to lord geidt,
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mrjohnson apologised for that. mrjohnson is busy highlighting the success of vaccines. the questions have continued about what he knew and when. i followed the ministerial guidance at all times. surely you would remember such an exchange even if you could not see the messages question i followed the ministerial guidance at all times. this is what the flight look like when the previous occupant opened the doors to the bbc. but thejohnsons did not like it, prefering designs in the more exuberant style of lulu lytle. mrjohnson said he did not know the conservative donor lord brownlow was initially paying for it. to date whatsapp messages between them were published.
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the prime minister wrote. lord brownlow replied. downing street said that exchange was never shown to the investigation because mrjohnson did not recall it and it was on an old phone he did not have access to. in his letter to the prime minister, lord geidt does not hide as a rotation that he did not see those whatsapp messages. he said if he had, he might have asked more questions and might have changed some of his findings. but he said his main conclusion that the prime minister did not break the ministerial code, that still stands. this really isn�*t good enough, and we need to now be fully
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transparent around others this very sorry saga and all the other instances of conservative sleaze that we have seen over recent months. borisjohnson has now paid for the flat refurbishment himself, but the episode threatens to undermine public confidence in the way standards in public life are upheld. vicki young, bbc news, westminster. the tennis mens world number one novak djokovic is being detained in melbourne — and instead of defending his australian open title he may be deported from the country. his visa to enter the country was revoked — amid a growing backlash over the waiver he was given — by the tournament organisers — allowing him to compete despite not being fully vaccinated. we�*re going to spend the next few minutes, looking at how the story around novak djokovic has developed. novak djokovic is the men�*s tennis world number one. and right now he�*s in this immigration detention hotel in melbourne. it�*s close to the venue of the australian open. but djokovic is awaiting deportation.
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to awaiting deportation. the fury of his dad. to awaitin: deortation. the fu of his dad. : ,, : they to the fury of his dad. translation: the want to the fury of his dad. translation: they want to — to the fury of his dad. translation: they want to keep — to the fury of his dad. translation: they want to keep him _ to the fury of his dad. translation: they want to keep him not _ to the fury of his dad. translation: they want to keep him not only - to the fury of his dad. translation: they want to keep him not only in - they want to keep him not only in custody but in jail. until monday, think about it until monday they will give the best sportsman in the world injail. to will give the best sportsman in the world injail— will give the best sportsman in the world in jail. world in “ail. to understand how he ended world injail. to understand how he ended u- world injail. to understand how he ended on in — world injail. to understand how he ended up in prison we _ world injail. to understand how he ended up in prison we need - world injail. to understand how he ended up in prison we need to go l ended up in prison we need to go back to tuesday. he tweeted this picture with his luggage and told us two when close to midnight he landed it was clear there was an issue. he was accreted by the australian board a portion was for eight hours as captain and an isolated room. outside some fans waited for them and back in serbia the president was posting on instagram that... the truth of that point was that everyone was waiting for the bed at around 10am we got a statement from borderforce
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for the bed at around 10am we got a statement from border force for that we were told... then we heard from the prime minister. then we heard from the prime minister. people are welcome in australia. but if you are not double vaccinated and you�*re not an australian resident or citizen well, you can come. —— can�*t come. djokovic was given an exemption that says he doesn�*t need two jabs to play at the australian open. he was given a visa to enter australia. but now the border force were saying he�*d �*failed to provide appropriate evidence�*. and australia�*s deputy prime minister barnaby was unimpressed. if he hasn't filled out the forms appropriately then he is taking the sovereign capacity of another nation for a joke. others though see it differently. that all of this should have been thrashed out — before djokovic travelled. have been thrashed out — if have been thrashed out — there was information th john if there was information that mr john of the channel provided than the government should have asked for that information before the visa was granted. to this mix we also have victoria state saying it�*s nothing to do with it. someone issued a visa to everyone that succumbed to australia, it's not the state, the commonwealth
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issues those visas. as we consumed all these different statement on came to this conclusion. there is a clear disconnect between what the victorian government is saying and what the federal government is saying. certainly there�*s been a disconnect somewhere along the line for that while everyone tried to work at and why the sun was up and djokovic was on the move. at around 10am the australian authorities was sending him to in immigration detention hotel. the park hotel houses 36 refugees, it�*s an famous because of the conditions for the public broadcaster sbs reports... and djokovic his dad was still furious saying...
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that was his dad. this was his mom... treat him as a prisoner, it'sjust fair, it's not human. meanwhile, outside the park hotel fans gathered. as did the media — including the bbc�*s shaimaa khalil. many had told me how frustrated they are, how angry they are that he was allowed to come all the way of the here and then be potentially sent back over a technicality. read the australian the press though and many are saying this isn�*t just about a technicality. they point to an election coming. and in the guardian — politicaljournalist malcolm farr argues scott morrison�*s is doing a �*tough guy act�* is distract from rising covid cases and issues with the provision of tests. the government and tennis australia both say they�*ve simply followed the proper process. and now we wait for djokivic�*s appeal. it�*s on monday — the australian open
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has asked to bring it forward. to which the judge replied. in this facebook like djokovic said he was personally opposed to vaccination. his dads also criticise the vaccination policy. australia knew djokovic his position. djokovic knew the policy. as rafael nadal plus pointed out. he�*s free to take his own position but then there are some consequences the condition sends a lot of months ago. but despite the months everyone�*s had to think this through, for whatever reasons, djokovic isn�*t preparing for the tournament, he�*s not at home in serbia, he�*s in detention in a suburb in melbourne. a reminder of the story were coming through the hour. the united states is marking the anniversary of the january six riot on capitol hill in a variety of ways with the president
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trump is spoken in the capital, accusing president biden i should say, has spoken in the capital accusing donald trump of holding a dagger to the third of american democracy. this is certainly his most heated attack on his predecessor. in a speech marking the storming of the congress mr biden also blamed donald trumps refusal to accept the election results for sparking an armed insurrection, as he put it in response to the is accusing joe biden of political theatre and of trying to divide america. also a press conference is under way by two republican representatives. we haven�*t heard a huge amount from the republican party today. but this is matt gates along with marjorie taylor greene, we will hear from them because they represent one section of the republican party that�*s particularly aligned to donald trump. lots to consider plus we will have an in—depth look at all of the events that followed from january the 6th
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through to today. that�*s coming up a couple of minutes�* time. hello there. it certainly felt cold out and about today, and here in nottinghamshire, a light covering of snow as our weather front went through. in fact, more significant snow further north. this driving area of low pressure, as well, will feed in lots more showers through this evening and overnight, and it�*s cold enough that they will fall as sleet and snow. the rain band clearing away from southern and areas, but for all of us, quite a brisk wind still carrying those showers in, some of them with hail and thunder as well. and even though they will prevent the temperatures being quite as low as last night, they are low enough, the overnight temperatures, forfrost and ice, and of course following on from the rain, the sleet and the snow, it could be quite treacherous in places with icy patches and more snow showers to come. there are warnings on the website, especially applicable for the northern half of the country. it could be a light dusting of snow
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further south on the hills from those showers and ice at lower levels as well. so, it�*s more sunny spells and scattered wintry showers through friday. even in southern areas is the question mark, winds will be strengthening, 50—60 mph gusts of wind in the channel later, but it could push in this area of rain with hill snow to parts of wales and southern and western england. some question mark as to exactly how far north and east it�*ll slip, but north and east, or further north, we�*ve got again that wintry mix, showers with some hail, sleet and snow and some thunder, too. fewer showers east of the grampians, east of the pennines, but they will penetrate through the cheshire gap, and it will be another cold day when you add on the wind chill as well, still feeling cold despite some wintry sunshine. then through friday evening and overnight, as the showers fade, a temporary frost in eastern areas before we get more rain and, yes, more hill snow coming in off the atlantic. that�*s the low pressure system which will be in charge to start the weekend. here it comes, the next deep area of low pressure. the weatherfronts bringing us
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a spell of wet and windy weather, some snow over the hills, some wintry showers following on behind, but the second half of the weekend, with that ridge of high pressure, looks a little quieter, a little drier. but this mayjust be slow to clear on saturday, so giving quite a soaking in places. maybe, as i say, slow to clear eastern areas, but behind it, it is a little milder. temperatures getting towards double figures, nines and tens. a little bit on the cool side to start sunday. we�*ve got that ridge of high pressure, so some drier weather, but it�*s milder once again for the start of next week.
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hello, i�*m ros atkins, this is outside source. one year to the day since rioters stormed the us congress building on capitol hill, president biden blames a web of lies created by donald trump himself. he values power over principle because he sees his own interest as more important than his country�*s interest, than america�*s interest. on the house floor, speaker nancy pelosi holds a moment of silence for those who died. the republicans are expected to deliver their own january the 6th response soon. security forces in kazakhstan clear the central square almaty after days of anti—government protests. and the world tennis number one novak djokovic finds himself confined to an immigration hotel in melbourne after running
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into trouble with his visa for the australian open. every week we make an in—depth report for the bbc news website, and for the those of you in the uk, for iplayer, too. this time, it�*s the fallout from the storming of the us capitol in washington exactly one year ago. you will know what happened in washington onjanuary you will know what happened in washington on january the 6th you will know what happened in washington onjanuary the 6th last year. we all watched. the storming of the capital shocked america, it shocked the world. this is the story of what happened that day and what has happened since. the heart of the violence was the belief that democracy was not working. i violence was the belief that democracy was not working. i believe this election — democracy was not working. i believe this election was _ democracy was not working. i believe this election was stolen _
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democracy was not working. i believe this election was stolen by _ democracy was not working. i believe this election was stolen by joe - this election was stolen byjoe biden and his democratic friends. the belief the election was stolen was widespread among republican supporters and it still is. find was widespread among republican supporters and it still is.— supporters and it still is. and the idea has been really _ supporters and it still is. and the idea has been really lovely - supporters and it still is. and the idea has been really lovely pushl supporters and it still is. and the i idea has been really lovely push by donald trump. before the election he printed it would be great and once he lost he carried on. this printed it would be great and once he lost he carried on.— he lost he carried on. this is a case or they — he lost he carried on. this is a case or they are _ he lost he carried on. this is a case or they are trying - he lost he carried on. this is a case or they are trying to - he lost he carried on. this is a| case or they are trying to steal he lost he carried on. this is a . case or they are trying to steal an election. — case or they are trying to steal an election, they are trying to rig an election— election, they are trying to rig an election and we cannot let that happen — election and we cannot let that ha en. , , , election and we cannot let that hauen. ,, , ., , happen. less there is any doubt, this is not _ happen. less there is any doubt, this is not true. _ happen. less there is any doubt, this is not true. there _ happen. less there is any doubt, this is not true. there is - happen. less there is any doubt, this is not true. there is no - this is not true. there is no evidence of widespread electoral fraud or that it affected anyone. the lack of evidence was not stopping the president or his supporters and so when donald trump called a people to head to washington onjanuary called a people to head to washington on january the 6th, called a people to head to washington onjanuary the 6th, they did in their thousands. this was the day congress would certify the result. we now know this was also the day some trump supporters would try and stop that from happening. at around noon, the president addressed around noon, the president addressed a rally near the white house. find around noon, the president addressed a rally near the white house.- a rally near the white house. and we fiuht. we a rally near the white house. and we fight- we fight _ a rally near the white house. and we fight. we fight like _ a rally near the white house. and we fight. we fight like help, _ a rally near the white house. and we fight. we fight like help, and - a rally near the white house. and we fight. we fight like help, and if - fight. we fight like help, and if you don't— fight. we fight like help, and if you don't fight like help, you are not going — you don't fight like help, you are not going to have a country any
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more — not going to have a country any more. :, , :, , not going to have a country any more. :, ,, , more. thousands of trump supporters responded by — more. thousands of trump supporters responded by walking _ more. thousands of trump supporters responded by walking to _ more. thousands of trump supporters responded by walking to the - more. thousands of trump supporters responded by walking to the capitol . responded by walking to the capitol building and some were clear on their intentions.— building and some were clear on their intentions. freedom! charge their intentions. freedom! charge the capital! _ their intentions. freedom! charge the capital! at _ their intentions. freedom! charge the capital! at around _ their intentions. freedom! charge the capital! at around two - their intentions. freedom! charge the capital! at around two p:m. , i their intentions. freedom! charge i the capital! at around two p:m. , the crowd turned — the capital! at around two p:m. , the crowd turned violent _ the capital! at around two p:m. , the crowd turned violent and _ the capital! at around two p:m. , the crowd turned violent and the - crowd turned violent and the storming of the capitol had begun. as he attacked developing the police officers defended the lock down debating chambers while the politicians took cover. protesters assaulted officers with pipes and bars. the office of house speaker nancy pelosi was ransacked and vice president mike pence, who was overseeing certification of the victory byjoe biden, was rushed out of the building. while all of this was happening, there was silence from the president. eventually hours after the attack began, president trump did release a video. this was a fraudulent — trump did release a video. this was a fraudulent election, _ trump did release a video. this was a fraudulent election, but _ trump did release a video. this was a fraudulent election, but we - trump did release a video. this was| a fraudulent election, but we cannot play into— a fraudulent election, but we cannot play into the hands of these people. we have _ play into the hands of these people. we have to — play into the hands of these people. we have to have peace. so go home. we have to have peace. so go home. we love _ we have to have peace. so go home. we love you — we have to have peace. so go home. we love you. you are very special.
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in we love you. you are very special. in time, _ we love you. you are very special. in time, they— we love you. you are very special. in time, they did go home but the attack would claim five lives, scores of police officers were injured and there was millions of dollars worth of damage and many people were clear who was responsible for so this is one republican strategist. this is -erha - s republican strategist. this is perhaps the _ republican strategist. this is perhaps the worst _ republican strategist. this is perhaps the worst day - republican strategist. this is perhaps the worst day in - republican strategist. this is - perhaps the worst day in america since 9/11, and i don�*t use that kind of rhetoric lightly. all of this was preventable for the beginning. and so the president does bear significant, certificate blame for this. bear significant, certificate blame forthis. ih bear significant, certificate blame for this. :, :, , for this. in town the house represent _ for this. in town the house represent a _ for this. in town the house represent a discharged - for this. in town the house represent a discharged mr| for this. in town the house - represent a discharged mr trump for this. in town the house _ represent a discharged mr trump with excitement and insurrection. this made in the only president in us history to be impeached twice was of the jurors in history to be impeached twice was of thejurors in his impeachment trial were america�*s senators and already many from the president�*s own party had condemned him. many from the president's own party had condemned him.— had condemned him. there is no question. _ had condemned him. there is no question, none, _ had condemned him. there is no question, none, that _ had condemned him. there is no question, none, that president l had condemned him. there is no - question, none, that president trump is practically— question, none, that president trump is practically and morally responsible for provoking the events of the _ responsible for provoking the events of the day _
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responsible for provoking the events of the day. but responsible for provoking the events of the da . �* :, of the day. but in the end enough rubber get _ of the day. but in the end enough rubber get senators _ of the day. but in the end enough rubber get senators chose - of the day. but in the end enough rubber get senators chose not - of the day. but in the end enough rubber get senators chose not to | rubber get senators chose not to vote for a convention. that they would not be the only trial connected to january the 6th. the justice department had begun its own investigations and in the past year over 700 people have been arrested and charged in more than 70 have already been sentenced. and the us attorney general says the work is not done. .,. :, , ., ., ,, not done. the actions we have taken thus far will — not done. the actions we have taken thus far will not _ not done. the actions we have taken thus far will not be _ not done. the actions we have taken thus far will not be our _ not done. the actions we have taken thus far will not be our last. - not done. the actions we have taken thus far will not be our last. the - thus far will not be our last. the justice _ thus far will not be our last. the justice department— thus far will not be our last. the justice department remains- thus far will not be our last. the - justice department remains committed to holding _ justice department remains committed to holding all— justice department remains committed to holding alljanuary _ justice department remains committed to holding alljanuary six _ to holding alljanuary six perpetrators _ to holding alljanuary six perpetrators at - to holding alljanuary six perpetrators at any - to holding alljanuary six perpetrators at any level accountable _ perpetrators at any level accountable under- perpetrators at any level accountable under law. i perpetrators at any level accountable under law. there is criticism of _ accountable under law. there is criticism of the _ accountable under law. there is criticism of the department - accountable under law. there is - criticism of the department though, thatis criticism of the department though, that is focused on the writers themselves and less on those who may have organised, funded or inside of them. the department refutes that criticism and also is on the only source of scrutiny of these events. in the aftermath of january the 6th can republicans and democrats in congress called for an independent investigation, for example senator
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lindsey graham, a staunch strong supporter, told fox news need a commission to find out what happened to make sure it never happens again. but a proposalfor exact to make sure it never happens again. but a proposal for exact e that was blocked by the republicans. instead, the democratic majority in the house of representatives, the lower house, set up a committee comprised of seven democrats and two republicans was a began hearing testimony in july and its vice chair is a republican in fierce donald trump critic liz cheney. if republican in fierce donald trump critic liz cheney.— critic liz cheney. if those responsible _ critic liz cheney. if those responsible are - critic liz cheney. if those responsible are not - critic liz cheney. if those responsible are not held| critic liz cheney. if those _ responsible are not held accountable and if congress does not act responsibly, this will remain a cancer on our constitutional republic. cancer on our constitutional republic-— cancer on our constitutional reublic. ,, : g , , cancer on our constitutional reublic. ,, . g , , ., republic. since july, hundreds had been interviewed _ republic. since july, hundreds had been interviewed in _ republic. since july, hundreds had been interviewed in private - republic. since july, hundreds had been interviewed in private and - republic. since july, hundreds had i been interviewed in private and most agreed to talk. some had to be subpoenaed and two key people refused to take part. the first was steve bannon, donald trump off my former adviser. steve bannon, donald trump off my formeradviser. he steve bannon, donald trump off my former adviser. he was out of the white house long before january the 6th but not out of politics. and in its podcast, the day before the attack, he said...
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for this and for other reasons the january the 6th committee wants to talk to him. but steve bannon did not want to talk and is now being charged with criminal contempt of congress and the committee positive democratic chair explain why. h0 congress and the committee positive democratic chair explain why. no one in this country. _ democratic chair explain why. no one in this country, no _ democratic chair explain why. no one in this country, no matter _ democratic chair explain why. no one in this country, no matter how- in this country, no matter how wealthy— in this country, no matter how wealthy or— in this country, no matter how wealthy or how powerful, is above the law _ wealthy or how powerful, is above the law. left unaddressed, this defiance — the law. left unaddressed, this defiance may encourage others to follow _ defiance may encourage others to follow mr — defiance may encourage others to follow mr bannon down the same path. to which— follow mr bannon down the same path. to which steve bannon has said this... if to which steve bannon has said this... :, , ., , ., this... if the administrative state want to take _ this... if the administrative state want to take me _ this... if the administrative state want to take me on, _ this... if the administrative state want to take me on, bring - this... if the administrative state want to take me on, bring it - this... if the administrative state - want to take me on, bring it because we are _ want to take me on, bring it because we are here — want to take me on, bring it because we are here to— want to take me on, bring it because we are here to fight— want to take me on, bring it because we are here to fight this _ want to take me on, bring it because we are here to fight this and we - want to take me on, bring it because we are here to fight this and we are. we are here to fight this and we are going to _ we are here to fight this and we are going to go — we are here to fight this and we are going to go on _ we are here to fight this and we are going to go on offence _ we are here to fight this and we are going to go on offence and - we are here to fight this and we are going to go on offence and you - we are here to fight this and we are. going to go on offence and you stand by and see _ going to go on offence and you stand by and see how— going to go on offence and you stand by and see how we _ going to go on offence and you stand by and see how we are _ going to go on offence and you stand by and see how we are going - going to go on offence and you stand by and see how we are going to- going to go on offence and you stand | by and see how we are going to go on offence. _ by and see how we are going to go on offence. 0k~ — by and see how we are going to go on offence. 0k the _ by and see how we are going to go on offence. 0k-— offence, ok. the second person to de the offence, ok. the second person to defy the subpoena _ offence, ok. the second person to defy the subpoena was _ offence, ok. the second person to defy the subpoena was the - offence, ok. the second person to i defy the subpoena was the president possible former chief of staff mark meadows and he too invented content of congress may also face terminal charges. he had handed over thousands of pages of records, but then refused to cooperate further
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but even that material was revelatory. we saw text messages he had received during the attack. fox news host laura ingraham wrote... and there was also a message from the president�*s son read out by liz cheney. the president's son read out by liz chene . :, the president's son read out by liz chene . ., , the president's son read out by liz chene . ., _ ., ., cheney. donald trump jr texted again and arain, cheney. donald trump jr texted again and again. urging _ cheney. donald trump jr texted again and again, urging action _ cheney. donald trump jr texted again and again, urging action by— cheney. donald trump jr texted again and again, urging action by the - and again, urging action by the president. "we need an oval office address. he has to lead now. it has gone too far and gotten out of hand. in quote. {in gone too far and gotten out of hand. in ruote. , in quote. on the messages received before the attack _ in quote. on the messages received before the attack with _ in quote. on the messages received before the attack with saying - in quote. on the messages received before the attack with saying i'm - before the attack with saying i�*m very worried with the next 48 hours he could argue he was right to be concerned in the committee requested an interview with sean hannity. there is one key figure whose testimony and evidence remains elusive.
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for president trump has perhaps unsurprisingly refused to cooperate. he is taking legal action to block the release of official white house communication records and these delays mean is not certain the committee will finish its work before the midterm elections in november and the politics of this remain far from irritable. november and the politics of this remain farfrom irritable. while many condemn what happened on january the 6th, the idea that underpinned it remains. a year off from the storming of the capital, polls show to those republicans believe voter fraud helped joe biden win the election. given that that did not happen, that raises profound questions about one of the two main parties and the world of the most high—profile democracy and the democrats argue harm is already being done. the democrats argue harm is already being done-— being done. the root cause of january the — being done. the root cause of january the 6th _ being done. the root cause of january the 6th is _ being done. the root cause of january the 6th is still - being done. the root cause of january the 6th is still with i being done. the root cause of january the 6th is still with usj january the 6th is still with us today. it is the big lie. pushed by donald trump that is undermining
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faith in our political system. but for others _ faith in our political system. but for others criticism and for all the conditions of those involved in the right, donald trump remains a dominant political figure in the republican party. and it remains a case that he believes america profit argosy is read, as to his supporters. if you believe that, you will be furious, you will be outraged and so the emotion drove january the 6th remains and there is no reason to think it won�*t manifest itself again. give my mental reports for me and the team in various places from bbc and if you are in the uk, had to i play and click on the news category and you will very easily find all of our reports and you can also listen to audio versions of them via the bc sounds happen if you don�*t have that you can download it onto your smartphone and almost all of our videos are also on bbc news website. for example art coverage of know djokovic is there at the moment. now let�*s go back lives to capitol hill. members of the house of representatives are offering "testimonials and reflections" on what happened a year ago today.
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some republicans, by the way, have held a separate press conference giving their response to the anniversary, and we�*ll bring you that in a few minutes. let�*s listen into democrats. let's listen into democrats. police officers and _ let's listen into democrats. police officers and others _ let's listen into democrats. police officers and others took _ let's listen into democrats. police officers and others took their - let's listen into democrats. police officers and others took their oath j officers and others took their oath seriously because i saw them fighting. with every ounce of strength, courage, commitmentand energy that strength, courage, commitment and energy that they strength, courage, commitmentand energy that they could muster up. but you know what? as members of congress, both in the upper chamber and the lower chamber, we have taken and the lower chamber, we have taken an oath, too. but some have forgotten that oath. some�*s oath is overshadowed by their quest for power. in their pathetic fear of election officials counting every
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vote. i want to thank the police officers for defending and protecting us that day come they did so much more. they also protected our democracy. many people call themselves patriots. but true patriots don�*t lie. they don�*t steal. they don�*t cheat. they are not cowards. they don�*t push life for political or financial gain. but out of the ashes, good things can arise. the bright spots one year ago today, the police officers who defended us. and the certification of the electoral ballots. our
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democracy stood. and the enemies of our democracy lost. i will support, protect and defend because america is worth it. god bless you all. applause. thank you for some very nice my friend _ thank you for some very nice my friend collin all red from the state of texas — met figure, my colleagues, my family. — met figure, my colleagues, my family. i— met figure, my colleagues, my family. i have _ met figure, my colleagues, my family, i have to— met figure, my colleagues, my family, i have to tell— met figure, my colleagues, my family, i have to tell you - met figure, my colleagues, my family, i have to tell you a - met figure, my colleagues, myi family, i have to tell you a little bit about — family, i have to tell you a little bit about how _ family, i have to tell you a little bit about how i _ family, i have to tell you a little bit about how i came _ family, i have to tell you a little bit about how i came to - family, i have to tell you a little bit about how i came to be - family, i have to tell you a little bit about how i came to be in i family, i have to tell you a little. bit about how i came to be in the congress — bit about how i came to be in the congress did _ bit about how i came to be in the congress. did the normal- bit about how i came to be in the congress. did the normal route. i bit about how i came to be in the| congress. did the normal route. i was raised — congress. did the normal route. i was raised by— congress. did the normal route. i was raised by a _ congress. did the normal route. i was raised by a single _ congress. did the normal route. i was raised by a single mother, i was raised by a single mother, played — was raised by a single mother, played in — was raised by a single mother, played in the _ was raised by a single mother, played in the nfl, _ was raised by a single mother, played in the nfl, went- was raised by a single mother, played in the nfl, went to - was raised by a single mother, played in the nfl, went to law| played in the nfl, went to law school — played in the nfl, went to law school in — played in the nfl, went to law school in him _ played in the nfl, went to law school in him a _ played in the nfl, went to law school in him a civil— played in the nfl, went to law school in him a civil rights - played in the nfl, went to law. school in him a civil rights lawyer. laughter~ — laughter. i thought when i left the nfl as a
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linebacker. — i thought when i left the nfl as a linebacker, where _ i thought when i left the nfl as a linebacker, where my— i thought when i left the nfl as a linebacker, where myjob- i thought when i left the nfl as a linebacker, where myjob was - linebacker, where myjob was for people _ linebacker, where myjob was for people on— linebacker, where myjob was for people on the _ linebacker, where myjob was for people on the ground, _ linebacker, where myjob was for people on the ground, that- linebacker, where myjob was forj people on the ground, that those abilities — people on the ground, that those abilities and _ people on the ground, that those abilities and the _ people on the ground, that those abilities and the need _ people on the ground, that those abilities and the need to - people on the ground, that those abilities and the need to do - people on the ground, that those abilities and the need to do thatl abilities and the need to do that were _ abilities and the need to do that were over~ — abilities and the need to do that were over~ 0n— abilities and the need to do that were over. 0njanuary_ abilities and the need to do that were over. on january the - abilities and the need to do that were over. onjanuary the 6th, i abilities and the need to do that - were over. onjanuary the 6th, along with my— were over. onjanuary the 6th, along with my friends — were over. onjanuary the 6th, along with my friends and _ were over. onjanuary the 6th, along with my friends and colleagues - with my friends and colleagues hakeem — with my friends and colleagues hakeem jeffries _ with my friends and colleagues hakeem jeffries and _ with my friends and colleagues hakeem jeffries and ruben - with my friends and colleagues - hakeem jeffries and ruben gallego and eric— hakeem jeffries and ruben gallego and eric falwell— hakeem jeffries and ruben gallego and eric falwell and _ hakeem jeffries and ruben gallego and eric falwell and others, - hakeem jeffries and ruben gallego and eric falwell and others, pete i and eric falwell and others, pete aguilar. — and eric falwell and others, pete aguilar. we — and eric falwell and others, pete aguilar, we took— and eric falwell and others, pete aguilar, we took off— and eric falwell and others, pete aguilar, we took off our- and eric falwell and others, pete aguilar, we took off our suit - and eric falwell and others, pete i aguilar, we took off our suit jacket coats _ aguilar, we took off our suit jacket coats on _ aguilar, we took off our suit jacket coats on the — aguilar, we took off our suit jacket coats on the house _ aguilar, we took off our suit jacket coats on the house floor— aguilar, we took off our suit jacket coats on the house floor from - coats on the house floor from the for some — coats on the house floor from the for some of— coats on the house floor from the for some of ever— coats on the house floor from the for some of ever done _ coats on the house floor from the for some of ever done that. - coats on the house floor from the for some of ever done that. and i coats on the house floor from the i for some of ever done that. and we were _ for some of ever done that. and we were ready— for some of ever done that. and we were ready to — for some of ever done that. and we were ready to try _ for some of ever done that. and we were ready to try and _ for some of ever done that. and we were ready to try and defend - for some of ever done that. and we were ready to try and defend our i were ready to try and defend our colleagues — were ready to try and defend our colleagues from _ were ready to try and defend our colleagues from whatever- were ready to try and defend our colleagues from whatever was i were ready to try and defend our - colleagues from whatever was going to come _ colleagues from whatever was going to come through _ colleagues from whatever was going to come through those _ colleagues from whatever was going to come through those doors. - colleagues from whatever was going to come through those doors. and i colleagues from whatever was going i to come through those doors. and we saw the _ to come through those doors. and we saw the mob — to come through those doors. and we saw the mob at — to come through those doors. and we saw the mob at the _ to come through those doors. and we saw the mob at the doors. _ to come through those doors. and we saw the mob at the doors. as - to come through those doors. and we | saw the mob at the doors. as we were exiting. _ saw the mob at the doors. as we were exiting, the house _ saw the mob at the doors. as we were exiting, the house floor, _ saw the mob at the doors. as we were exiting, the house floor, i— saw the mob at the doors. as we were exiting, the house floor, i saw- saw the mob at the doors. as we were exiting, the house floor, i saw the - exiting, the house floor, i saw the glass— exiting, the house floor, i saw the glass breaking. _ exiting, the house floor, i saw the glass breaking. i— exiting, the house floor, i saw the glass breaking, i saw— exiting, the house floor, i saw the glass breaking, i saw the - exiting, the house floor, i saw the glass breaking, i saw the officers i glass breaking, i saw the officers staying _ glass breaking, i saw the officers staying behind _ glass breaking, i saw the officers staying behind with _ glass breaking, i saw the officers staying behind with their- glass breaking, i saw the officers staying behind with their guns i staying behind with their guns drawn — staying behind with their guns drawn and _ staying behind with their guns drawn~ and i— staying behind with their guns
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drawn. and i thought - staying behind with their guns drawn. and i thought about i staying behind with their guns. drawn. and i thought about the opportunity— drawn. and i thought about the opportunity they— drawn. and i thought about the opportunity they had _ drawn. and i thought about the opportunity they had given - drawn. and i thought about thej opportunity they had given me. because — opportunity they had given me. because as _ opportunity they had given me. because as i _ opportunity they had given me. because as i said _ opportunity they had given me. because as i said i— opportunity they had given me. because as i said i was- opportunity they had given me. because as i said i was raised i opportunity they had given me. | because as i said i was raised by passing — because as i said i was raised by passing a — because as i said i was raised by passing a mother— because as i said i was raised by passing a mother but _ because as i said i was raised by passing a mother but i'm - because as i said i was raised by passing a mother but i'm a - passing a mother but i'm a father now _ passing a mother but i'm a father now i_ passing a mother but i'm a father now i had — passing a mother but i'm a father now i had a _ passing a mother but i'm a father now. i had a 23—month—old - passing a mother but i'm a father now. i had a 23—month—old son i passing a mother but i'm a fatherl now. i had a 23—month—old son at home _ now. i had a 23—month—old son at home and — now. i had a 23—month—old son at home and i— now. i had a 23—month—old son at home and i had _ now. i had a 23—month—old son at home and i had a _ now. i had a 23—month—old son at home and i had a baby— now. i had a 23—month—old son at home and i had a baby on - now. i had a 23—month—old son at home and i had a baby on the - now. i had a 23—month—old son at home and i had a baby on the way into more — home and i had a baby on the way into more months. _ home and i had a baby on the way into more months. had _ home and i had a baby on the way into more months. had those - home and i had a baby on the way. into more months. had those officers not held _ into more months. had those officers not held that — into more months. had those officers not held that line, _ into more months. had those officers not held that line, i— into more months. had those officers not held that line, i would _ into more months. had those officers not held that line, i would not - not held that line, i would not have met my _ not held that line, i would not have met my son. — not held that line, i would not have met my son, cameron. _ not held that line, i would not have met my son, cameron. so- not held that line, i would not have met my son, cameron. so for- not held that line, i would not have met my son, cameron. so for me, i not held that line, i would not have i met my son, cameron. so for me, it january the — met my son, cameron. so for me, it january the 6th. _ met my son, cameron. so for me, it january the 6th. i_ met my son, cameron. so for me, it january the 6th, i don't _ met my son, cameron. so for me, it january the 6th, i don't see it - met my son, cameron. so for me, it january the 6th, i don't see it as- met my son, cameron. so for me, it january the 6th, i don't see it as a l january the 6th, idon't see it as a member— january the 6th, idon't see it as a member of— january the 6th, idon't see it as a member of congress— january the 6th, i don't see it as a member of congress so _ january the 6th, i don't see it as a member of congress so much. - january the 6th, i don't see it as a member of congress so much. i. january the 6th, i don't see it as a i member of congress so much. i see it as a father~ _ member of congress so much. i see it as a father~ as— member of congress so much. i see it as a father. as somebody _ member of congress so much. i see it as a father. as somebody who - as a father. as somebody who because i did as a father. as somebody who because i did not— as a father. as somebody who because i did not know— as a father. as somebody who because i did not know mine _ as a father. as somebody who because i did not know mine had _ as a father. as somebody who because i did not know mine had always - as a father. as somebody who because i did not know mine had always been i i did not know mine had always been committed _ i did not know mine had always been committed to — i did not know mine had always been committed to making _ i did not know mine had always been committed to making sure _ i did not know mine had always been committed to making sure my- i did not know mine had always been committed to making sure my boys i committed to making sure my boys knew _ committed to making sure my boys knew me _ committed to making sure my boys knew me and _ committed to making sure my boys knew me and so _ committed to making sure my boys knew me. and so to— committed to making sure my boys knew me. and so to the _ committed to making sure my boys knew me. and so to the signet - knew me. and so to the signet family. — knew me. and so to the signet family. i— knew me. and so to the signet family. iwill— knew me. and so to the signet family, i will say— knew me. and so to the signet family, i will say to _ knew me. and so to the signet family, i will say to you - knew me. and so to the signet family, i will say to you your i knew me. and so to the signeti family, i will say to you your son sacrificed and _ family, i will say to you your son sacrificed and he _ family, i will say to you your son sacrificed and he allowed - family, i will say to you your son sacrificed and he allowed me - family, i will say to you your son sacrificed and he allowed me toi family, i will say to you your son - sacrificed and he allowed me to meet mine _
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the overwhelming feeling i fell on january— the overwhelming feeling i fell on january the — the overwhelming feeling i fell on january the 6th _ the overwhelming feeling i fell on january the 6th is _ the overwhelming feeling i fell on january the 6th is one _ the overwhelming feeling i fell on january the 6th is one of- the overwhelming feeling i fell on january the 6th is one of sadness. sadness _ january the 6th is one of sadness. sadness for— january the 6th is one of sadness. sadness for our— january the 6th is one of sadness. sadness for our country. - january the 6th is one of sadness. sadness for our country. sadnessl january the 6th is one of sadness. . sadness for our country. sadness for the country— sadness for our country. sadness for the country that— sadness for our country. sadness for the country that i— sadness for our country. sadness for the country that i thought _ sadness for our country. sadness for the country that i thought i - sadness for our country. sadness for the country that i thought i might. the country that i thought i might have to _ the country that i thought i might have to leave _ the country that i thought i might have to leave to _ the country that i thought i might have to leave to my— the country that i thought i might have to leave to my boys. - the country that i thought i might have to leave to my boys. in - the country that i thought i mightj have to leave to my boys. in time since _ have to leave to my boys. in time since then. — have to leave to my boys. in time since then, and _ have to leave to my boys. in time since then, and i— have to leave to my boys. in time since then, and i really— have to leave to my boys. in time since then, and i really mean- have to leave to my boys. in timel since then, and i really mean this, my sadness— since then, and i really mean this, my sadness has— since then, and i really mean this, my sadness has become _ since then, and i really mean this, my sadness has become a - since then, and i really mean this, | my sadness has become a resolve. since then, and i really mean this, i my sadness has become a resolve. i am determined— my sadness has become a resolve. i am determined to— my sadness has become a resolve. i am determined to do _ my sadness has become a resolve. i am determined to do whatever- my sadness has become a resolve. i am determined to do whatever i- am determined to do whatever i can to save _ am determined to do whatever i can to save our— am determined to do whatever i can to save our democracy. _ am determined to do whatever i can to save our democracy. because - am determined to do whatever i can to save our democracy. because it's| to save our democracy. because it's worth— to save our democracy. because it's worth saving — to save our democracy. because it's worth saving for— to save our democracy. because it's worth saving for my— to save our democracy. because it's worth saving. for my boys, - to save our democracy. because it's worth saving. for my boys, and - to save our democracy. because it's worth saving. for my boys, and the| worth saving. for my boys, and the country— worth saving. for my boys, and the country they — worth saving. for my boys, and the country they will _ worth saving. for my boys, and the country they will inherit, _ worth saving. for my boys, and the country they will inherit, for - worth saving. for my boys, and the country they will inherit, for their. country they will inherit, for their children— country they will inherit, for their children and _ country they will inherit, for their children and their— country they will inherit, for their children and their children's - children and their children's children. _ children and their children's children, we _ children and their children's children, we cannot - children and their children's children, we cannot let- children and their children's children, we cannot let the| children and their children's - children, we cannot let the mob, the authoritarians, _ children, we cannot let the mob, the authoritarians, people _ children, we cannot let the mob, the authoritarians, people who _ children, we cannot let the mob, the authoritarians, people who in- authoritarians, people who in president _ authoritarians, people who in president bush's _ authoritarians, people who in president bush's words - authoritarians, people who inj president bush's words reject
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pluralism. _ president bush's words reject pluralism, reject— president bush's words reject pluralism, reject modernity, i president bush's words reject - pluralism, reject modernity, reject ourway— pluralism, reject modernity, reject ourway of— pluralism, reject modernity, reject our way of life. _ pluralism, reject modernity, reject our way of life, win. _ pluralism, reject modernity, reject our way of life, win. and _ pluralism, reject modernity, reject our way of life, win. and it- pluralism, reject modernity, reject our way of life, win. and it breaki our way of life, win. and it break into my— our way of life, win. and it break into my final— our way of life, win. and it break into my final point, _ our way of life, win. and it break into my final point, which- our way of life, win. and it break into my final point, which is- our way of life, win. and it break into my final point, which is that| into my final point, which is that as so— into my final point, which is that as so many— into my final point, which is that as so many of— into my final point, which is that as so many of us _ into my final point, which is that as so many of us said, _ into my final point, which is that - as so many of us said, however long our republic — as so many of us said, however long our republic stands, _ as so many of us said, however long our republic stands, and _ as so many of us said, however long our republic stands, and other- our republic stands, and other people — our republic stands, and other people remember— our republic stands, and other people remember that - our republic stands, and other people remember that we - our republic stands, and other people remember that we had| our republic stands, and other. people remember that we had to evacuate — people remember that we had to evacuate the _ people remember that we had to evacuate the house _ people remember that we had to evacuate the house floor. - people remember that we had to evacuate the house floor. i - people remember that we had to evacuate the house floor. i hopej evacuate the house floor. i hope they won't — evacuate the house floor. i hope they won't we _ evacuate the house floor. i hope they won't. we are _ evacuate the house floor. i hope they won't. we are not _ evacuate the house floor. i hope they won't. we are not only - evacuate the house floor. i hope| they won't. we are not only that. how— they won't. we are not only that. how the — they won't. we are not only that. how the river— they won't. we are not only that. how the river that _ they won't. we are not only that. how the river that we _ they won't. we are not only that. how the river that we came - they won't. we are not only that. j how the river that we came back. while _ how the river that we came back. while there — how the river that we came back. while there was _ how the river that we came back. while there was still— how the river that we came back. while there was still blood - how the river that we came back. while there was still blood on - how the river that we came back. j while there was still blood on the walls. _ while there was still blood on the walls. still— while there was still blood on the walls, still broken _ while there was still blood on the walls, still broken glass - while there was still blood on the walls, still broken glass on - while there was still blood on the walls, still broken glass on the i walls, still broken glass on the floor. — walls, still broken glass on the floor. while _ walls, still broken glass on the floor, while we _ walls, still broken glass on the floor, while we ourselves - walls, still broken glass on the floor, while we ourselves werej floor, while we ourselves were shaken. — floor, while we ourselves were shaken. we _ floor, while we ourselves were shaken, we came _ floor, while we ourselves were shaken, we came back. - floor, while we ourselves were shaken, we came back. and i floor, while we ourselves werei shaken, we came back. and we floor, while we ourselves were - shaken, we came back. and we voted to certify— shaken, we came back. and we voted to certify un—american _ shaken, we came back. and we voted to certify un—american presidential i to certify un—american presidential election _ to certify un—american presidential election it's— to certify un—american presidential election it's my— to certify un—american presidential election. it's my honour— to certify un—american presidential election. it's my honour to- to certify un—american presidential election. it's my honour to serve . election. it's my honour to serve everything — election. it's my honour to serve everything one _ election. it's my honour to serve everything one of— election. it's my honour to serve everything one of you. _ election. it's my honour to serve everything one of you. —— - election. it's my honour to serve everything one of you. —— certifyj election. it's my honour to serve i everything one of you. —— certify an american _ everything one of you. —— certify an american president—
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everything one of you. —— certify an american president to _ everything one of you. —— certify an american president to election. - everything one of you. —— certify an american president to election. i'mj american president to election. i'm sorry— american president to election. i'm sorry we've — american president to election. i'm sorry we've gone _ american president to election. i'm sorry we've gone through _ american president to election. i'm sorry we've gone through this - sorry we've gone through this together~ _ sorry we've gone through this together~ but _ sorry we've gone through this together. but i _ sorry we've gone through this together. but i tell— sorry we've gone through this together. but i tell you - sorry we've gone through this together. but i tell you our. sorry we've gone through this - together. but i tell you our country is worth— together. but i tell you our country is worth it — together. but i tell you our country is worth it our— together. but i tell you our country is worth it. our democracy- together. but i tell you our country is worth it. our democracy is- together. but i tell you our country is worth it. our democracy is worth it. is worth it. our democracy is worth it and _ is worth it. our democracy is worth it. and people _ is worth it. our democracy is worth it. and people in _ is worth it. our democracy is worth it. and people in this— is worth it. our democracy is worth it. and people in this room - is worth it. our democracy is worth i it. and people in this room and went to mr— it. and people in this room and went to mr meacham's _ it. and people in this room and went to mr meacham's words, _ it. and people in this room and went to mr meacham's words, are - it. and people in this room and went to mr meacham's words, are the - it. and people in this room and went. to mr meacham's words, are the ones who were _ to mr meacham's words, are the ones who were standing _ to mr meacham's words, are the ones who were standing in _ to mr meacham's words, are the ones who were standing in the _ to mr meacham's words, are the ones who were standing in the breach - to mr meacham's words, are the ones who were standing in the breach and i who were standing in the breach and i'm who were standing in the breach and i'm proud _ who were standing in the breach and i'm proud to — who were standing in the breach and i'm proud to stand _ who were standing in the breach and i'm proud to stand with _ who were standing in the breach and i'm proud to stand with you. - who were standing in the breach and i'm proud to stand with you. thank. i'm proud to stand with you. thank you so— i'm proud to stand with you. thank you so much — i'm proud to stand with you. thank you so much-— you so much. applause. listening _ you so much. applause. listening to _ you so much. applause. listening to testimonies. you so much. applause. i listening to testimonies and thoughts from those in congress reflecting on what happened a year ago in what has meant for american argosy and we will of course keep you up—to—date on that in the coming minutes well. stay with me on as a source because it is looking at that... still to come, one year on, what are republicans saying about the events of january the 6th and how might they affect their chances of re—election in 2024? it�*s nearly 50 years since the swedish group abba
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had their first number one. but this year, they�*re back, performing a series of live gigs with the group represented by avatars of their younger selves. abba�*s bjorn ulvaeus has been explaining how it works to the bbc. he began by telling us how pleased he was at the reaction to abba�*s latest release late last year. we were really overwhelmed by, you know, the love that came towards us when we released the new songs. it was totally... i never expected that. but it�*s been absolutely wonderful. it�*s been a wonderful autumn with all these things happening. and that people really seemed to like our new songs as well. there are big tours with holograms with a lot of famous people. roy orbison and others. but we soon saw that that technology is ancient and not usable. so, we went on to investigate
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whether we could appear as ourselves from �*79, looking exactly like we did back then and moving and singing. and it proved that that is possible, and no—one has ever done that before. so, we wanted to be the first ones, and we wanted to give kind of an emotional experience of music that no—one had ever seen before. the project was started before the pandemic. but of course it changed everything. people worked from home instead, but there are now around 1000 people with computers, artists working with these avatars right now. and they could work from home, so it didn�*t disrupt this project too much.
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this is outside source live from the bbc newsroom. our lead story is — one year to the day, americans are marking the moments that riders went into the us congress building on capitol hill. president biden has pin the blame for the events on donald trump. the events today have been largely staged by democratic politicians. president trump was originally going to stage a press conference at his residence but thought better of that. two of his supporters have staged a press conference in the last hour. here is matt gaetz.
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conzelmann marjorie taylor greene and i are not here to celebrate january the 6th but to get the truth. we know thatjanuary january the 6th but to get the truth. we know that january the 6th last year was not an insurrection. nobody has been charged with insurrection. nobody has been charged with treason. but it very well may have been eight federal insurrection. the well may have been eight federal insurrection.— well may have been eight federal insurrection. the republican voice insurrection. the republican voice in the republican _ insurrection. the republican voice in the republican voter _ insurrection. the republican voice in the republican voter and - insurrection. the republican voice in the republican voter and the i in the republican voter and the transborder that has been smeared constantly— transborder that has been smeared constantly over this past year. i want _ constantly over this past year. i want to — constantly over this past year. i want to know that on january the 6th i was _ want to know that on january the 6th i was very— want to know that on january the 6th i was very upset about what happened that day and it was because a complete leap interrupted the work that we _ complete leap interrupted the work that we had worked very hard on all throughout— that we had worked very hard on all throughout christmas preparing for january— throughout christmas preparing for january the 6th to object on behalf of americans that felt their votes had been — of americans that felt their votes had been stolen.— had been stolen. there was a reference _ had been stolen. there was a reference to _ had been stolen. there was a reference to the _ had been stolen. there was a reference to the election - had been stolen. there was a reference to the election in i had been stolen. there was a - reference to the election in 2020 was stolen with no evidence what
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could electoral fraud was stolen with no evidence what could electoralfraud had any impact on the outcome of the election. let�*s speak to doctor lauren wright. let�*s talk now to dr lauren wright, who�*s a research scholar and lecturer at princeton school of public and international affairs. starting to hear matt gaetz talking about a federal insurrection and just to explain that, the police were involved, quite an accusation. more conspiracies, more of the same and these _ more conspiracies, more of the same and these are — more conspiracies, more of the same and these are fringe _ more conspiracies, more of the same and these are fringe radical— more conspiracies, more of the samej and these are fringe radical members of congress _ and these are fringe radical members of congress who _ and these are fringe radical members of congress who is _ and these are fringe radical members of congress who is important - and these are fringe radical members of congress who is important river. of congress who is important river represent — of congress who is important river represent very— of congress who is important river represent very specific, _ of congress who is important river represent very specific, very - represent very specific, very conservative _ represent very specific, very conservative constituencies i represent very specific, very - conservative constituencies who would _ conservative constituencies who would not — conservative constituencies who would not be _ conservative constituencies who would not be viable _ conservative constituencies who would not be viable in _ conservative constituencies who would not be viable in a - conservative constituencies who - would not be viable in a state—wide, let alone _ would not be viable in a state—wide, let alone a _ would not be viable in a state—wide, let alone a nationwide _ would not be viable in a state—wide, let alone a nationwide race. - would not be viable in a state—wide, let alone a nationwide race. and - would not be viable in a state—wide, let alone a nationwide race. and sol let alone a nationwide race. and so is important — let alone a nationwide race. and so is important to— let alone a nationwide race. and so is important to separate _ let alone a nationwide race. and so is important to separate them - let alone a nationwide race. and soj is important to separate them from senators. _ is important to separate them from senators. from _ is important to separate them from senators, from potential— senators, from potential presidential— senators, from potential presidential candidates i senators, from potential. presidential candidates and senators, from potential- presidential candidates and to realise — presidential candidates and to realise these _ presidential candidates and to realise these views _ presidential candidates and to realise these views actually. presidential candidates and to i realise these views actually don't represent — realise these views actually don't represent the _ realise these views actually don't represent the mean _ realise these views actually don't represent the mean republican i realise these views actually don't - represent the mean republican voter, the median _ represent the mean republican voter, the median nationwide _ represent the mean republican voter, the median nationwide american - represent the mean republican voter, | the median nationwide american voter and we _ the median nationwide american voter and we must _ the median nationwide american voter and we must put — the median nationwide american voter and we must put them _ the median nationwide american voter and we must put them in _ the median nationwide american voter and we must put them in context. - the median nationwide american voter and we must put them in context. butj and we must put them in context. but hold on a and we must put them in context. hold on a minute, what they are saying is not so far out of line
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until the man who was president until the man who was president until recently suit those views actually are politically viable. i actually are politically viable. i don't think president trump is the best option — don't think president trump is the best option for _ don't think president trump is the best option for a _ don't think president trump is the best option for a public _ don't think president trump is the best option for a public estate - don't think president trump is the best option for a public estate byl best option for a public estate by the white — best option for a public estate by the white house. _ best option for a public estate by the white house. if— best option for a public estate by the white house. if they- best option for a public estate by the white house. if they try - best option for a public estate by the white house. if they try to l best option for a public estate by. the white house. if they try to get as far— the white house. if they try to get as far away— the white house. if they try to get as far away from _ the white house. if they try to get as far away from him _ the white house. if they try to get as far away from him as _ the white house. if they try to get as far away from him as possible i the white house. if they try to get. as far away from him as possible and they start _ as far away from him as possible and they start now— as far away from him as possible and they start now with _ as far away from him as possible and they start now with a _ as far away from him as possible and they start now with a cord _ as far away from him as possible and they start now with a cord that - as far away from him as possible and they start now with a cord that an - they start now with a cord that an effort _ they start now with a cord that an effort of — they start now with a cord that an effort of leaders _ they start now with a cord that an effort of leaders like _ they start now with a cord that an effort of leaders like mitch - effort of leaders like mitch mcconnell— effort of leaders like mitch mcconnell and _ effort of leaders like mitch mcconnell and other- effort of leaders like mitch - mcconnell and other republican elites _ mcconnell and other republican elites and — mcconnell and other republican elites and donors _ mcconnell and other republican elites and donors and _ mcconnell and other republican elites and donors and they - mcconnell and other republican - elites and donors and they recognise why don't— elites and donors and they recognise why don't we — elites and donors and they recognise why don't we get _ elites and donors and they recognise why don't we get someone _ elites and donors and they recognise why don't we get someone who is i why don't we get someone who is not the subject— why don't we get someone who is not the subject of— why don't we get someone who is not the subject of a — why don't we get someone who is not the subject of a criminal— why don't we get someone who is not the subject of a criminal probe - the subject of a criminal probe or under— the subject of a criminal probe or under investigation _ the subject of a criminal probe or under investigation or— the subject of a criminal probe or under investigation or did - the subject of a criminal probe or under investigation or did not. under investigation or did not incite — under investigation or did not incite an— under investigation or did not incite an insurrection, - under investigation or did not incite an insurrection, and - under investigation or did not i incite an insurrection, and they will have — incite an insurrection, and they will have a _ incite an insurrection, and they will have a viable _ incite an insurrection, and they will have a viable person. - incite an insurrection, and they will have a viable person. but. will have a viable person. but that's a big — will have a viable person. but that's a big if _ will have a viable person. that's a big if because i can that�*s a big if because i can remember being on air in the moments this was happening and already people started saying perhaps this is a moment for the publican party to distance themselves from donald trump and to a large extent itjust did not happen. but trump and to a large extent it 'ust did not happemfi did not happen. but there is also evidence recently _ did not happen. but there is also evidence recently that _ did not happen. but there is also i evidence recently that when voters are offered — evidence recently that when voters are offered an _ evidence recently that when voters are offered an alternative, - evidence recently that when voters are offered an alternative, like - evidence recently that when voters are offered an alternative, like a l are offered an alternative, like a virginia — are offered an alternative, like a virginia or— are offered an alternative, like a virginia or new— are offered an alternative, like a virginia or newjersey_ are offered an alternative, like a virginia or newjersey where i. are offered an alternative, like a . virginia or newjersey where i am, where _ virginia or newjersey where i am, where the — virginia or newjersey where i am, where the donald _ virginia or newjersey where i am, where the donald trump _ virginia or newjersey where i am, i where the donald trump candidates one of— where the donald trump candidates one of the _ where the donald trump candidates one of the candidates _ where the donald trump candidates one of the candidates who - where the donald trump candidates one of the candidates who won - where the donald trump candidates one of the candidates who won the i one of the candidates who won the republican— one of the candidates who won the republican primary, _ one of the candidates who won the republican primary, voters -
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one of the candidates who won the republican primary, voters choosej republican primary, voters choose differently — republican primary, voters choose differently and _ republican primary, voters choose differently and so _ republican primary, voters choose differently and so by _ republican primary, voters choose differently and so byjust - republican primary, voters choose differently and so byjust looking i differently and so byjust looking at these — differently and so byjust looking at these polls— differently and so byjust looking at these polls ask _ differently and so byjust looking at these polls ask republicans . differently and so byjust looking | at these polls ask republicans do you support — at these polls ask republicans do you support donald _ at these polls ask republicans do you support donald trump - at these polls ask republicans do - you support donald trump committee splendour— you support donald trump committee splendour run — you support donald trump committee splendour run again, _ you support donald trump committee splendour run again, what _ you support donald trump committee splendour run again, what you - you support donald trump committee splendour run again, what you think i splendour run again, what you think of him _ splendour run again, what you think of him with— splendour run again, what you think of him with matt — splendour run again, what you think of him with matt that— splendour run again, what you think of him with matt that really- splendour run again, what you think of him with matt that really missesl of him with matt that really misses the competitive _ of him with matt that really misses the competitive dynamic— of him with matt that really misses the competitive dynamic of- of him with matt that really misses i the competitive dynamic of elections and we _ the competitive dynamic of elections and we have — the competitive dynamic of elections and we have not— the competitive dynamic of elections and we have not seen _ the competitive dynamic of elections and we have not seen a _ the competitive dynamic of elections and we have not seen a chance - the competitive dynamic of elections and we have not seen a chance for l and we have not seen a chance for the party— and we have not seen a chance for the party to— and we have not seen a chance for the party to flesh _ and we have not seen a chance for the party to flesh out _ and we have not seen a chance for the party to flesh out whether - and we have not seen a chance for. the party to flesh out whether there are viable _ the party to flesh out whether there are viable alternatives. _ the party to flesh out whether there are viable alternatives. i�*ge - the party to flesh out whether there are viable alternatives.— are viable alternatives. i've only minute but _ are viable alternatives. i've only minute but i _ are viable alternatives. i've only minute but i wonder _ are viable alternatives. i've only minute but i wonder what - are viable alternatives. i've only minute but i wonder what you i are viable alternatives. i've only - minute but i wonder what you make of the polling which suggests that two thirds republicans think the election was stolen.- thirds republicans think the election was stolen. that's very sca . election was stolen. that's very scary- but _ election was stolen. that's very scary- but again _ election was stolen. that's very scary. but again i _ election was stolen. that's very scary. but again i really - election was stolen. that's very scary. but again i really think. election was stolen. that's very scary. but again i really think if| scary. but again i really think if her publicans _ scary. but again i really think if her publicans have _ scary. but again i really think if her publicans have a _ scary. but again i really think if her publicans have a chance . scary. but again i really think if her publicans have a chance to| her publicans have a chance to elevate — her publicans have a chance to elevate other— her publicans have a chance to elevate other candidates, - her publicans have a chance toj elevate other candidates, they her publicans have a chance to - elevate other candidates, they can combat _ elevate other candidates, they can combat this— elevate other candidates, they can combat this was _ elevate other candidates, they can combat this was that _ elevate other candidates, they can combat this was that they- elevate other candidates, they can combat this was that they can - elevate other candidates, they canl combat this was that they can learn the lesson— combat this was that they can learn the lesson of— combat this was that they can learn the lesson of donald _ combat this was that they can learn the lesson of donald from - combat this was that they can learn the lesson of donald from the - combat this was that they can learn the lesson of donald from the easy| the lesson of donald from the easy way or— the lesson of donald from the easy way or the — the lesson of donald from the easy way or the hard _ the lesson of donald from the easy way or the hard way— the lesson of donald from the easy way or the hard way but _ the lesson of donald from the easy way or the hard way but the - the lesson of donald from the easy way or the hard way but the best i way or the hard way but the best candidate — way or the hard way but the best candidate for— way or the hard way but the best candidate for them _ way or the hard way but the best candidate for them to _ way or the hard way but the best candidate for them to take - way or the hard way but the best candidate for them to take backl way or the hard way but the best i candidate for them to take back the white _ candidate for them to take back the white house — candidate for them to take back the white house is _ candidate for them to take back the white house is not _ candidate for them to take back the white house is not one _ candidate for them to take back the white house is not one that - candidate for them to take back the white house is not one that is - white house is not one that is telling — white house is not one that is telling lies— white house is not one that is telling lies and _ white house is not one that is telling lies and stoking - white house is not one that is - telling lies and stoking conspiracy fears— telling lies and stoking conspiracy fears about — telling lies and stoking conspiracy fears about 20/20 _ telling lies and stoking conspiracy fears about 20/20 and _ telling lies and stoking conspiracy fears about 20/20 and claiming. telling lies and stoking conspiracy. fears about 20/20 and claiming they want _ fears about 20/20 and claiming they want its— fears about 20/20 and claiming they want. it's someone _ fears about 20/20 and claiming they want. it's someone who _ fears about 20/20 and claiming they want. it's someone who would - fears about 20/20 and claiming theyl want. it's someone who would solely focus _ want. it's someone who would solely focus on _ want. it's someone who would solely focus on the — want. it's someone who would solely focus on the democrats _ want. it's someone who would solely focus on the democrats and - want. it's someone who would solely focus on the democrats and what - want. it's someone who would solelyl focus on the democrats and what they are doing _ focus on the democrats and what they are doing and — focus on the democrats and what they are doing and tries— focus on the democrats and what they are doing and tries to _ focus on the democrats and what they are doing and tries to move _ focus on the democrats and what they are doing and tries to move forward. i are doing and tries to move forward. we will— are doing and tries to move forward. we will see — are doing and tries to move forward. we will see if— are doing and tries to move forward. we will see if the _ are doing and tries to move forward. we will see if the party— are doing and tries to move forward. we will see if the party chooses - we will see if the party chooses that route. thank you very much, doctor lauren wright and ever matter
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in one hour kristen fraser has a programme on the stomach of the capital but for this edition of outside source that is me done. thank you for watching. hello there. it certainly felt cold out and about today, and here in nottinghamshire, a light covering of snow as our weather front went through. in fact, more significant snow further north. this driving area of low pressure, as well, will feed in lots more showers through this evening and overnight, and it�*s cold enough that they will fall as sleet and snow. the rain band clearing away from southern and areas, but for all of us, quite a brisk wind still carrying those showers in, some of them with hail and thunder as well. and even though they will prevent the temperatures being quite as low as last night, they are low enough, the overnight temperatures, forfrost and ice, and of course following on from the rain, the sleet and the snow, it could be quite treacherous in places with icy patches and more snow showers to come. there are warnings on the website, especially applicable for the northern half of the country.
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it could be a light dusting of snow further south on the hills from those showers and ice at lower levels as well. so, it�*s more sunny spells and scattered wintry showers through friday. even in southern areas is the question mark, winds will be strengthening, 50—60 mph gusts of wind in the channel later, but it could push in this area of rain with hill snow to parts of wales and southern and western england. some question mark as to exactly how far north and east it�*ll slip, but north and east, or further north, we�*ve got again that wintry mix, showers with some hail, sleet and snow and some thunder, too. fewer showers east of the grampians, east of the pennines, but they will penetrate through the cheshire gap, and it will be another cold day when you add on the wind chill as well, still feeling cold despite some wintry sunshine. then through friday evening and overnight, as the showers fade, a temporary frost in eastern areas before we get more rain and, yes, more hill snow coming in off the atlantic. that�*s the low pressure system which will be in charge to start the weekend. here it comes, the next deep area of low pressure. the weatherfronts bringing us a spell of wet and windy weather,
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some snow over the hills, some wintry showers following on behind, but the second half of the weekend, with that ridge of high pressure, looks a little quieter, a little drier. but this mayjust be slow to clear on saturday, so giving quite a soaking in places. maybe, as i say, slow to clear eastern areas, but behind it, it is a little milder. temperatures getting towards double figures, nines and tens. a little bit on the cool side to start sunday. we�*ve got that ridge of high pressure, so some drier weather, but it�*s milder once again for the start of next week.
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