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everything. all that is a big about everything. all that is a big if, but everything hangs on what sue gray now says and what happens after sue gray. it is incredibly difficult for the prime minister, a minister who is a big ally of porsche onto described it to me as threading a needle in a snowstorm. he has to get everything right —— a minister who is a huge ally of borisjohnson described it to me. i put his chances of surviving a month at 5050, i would go 51—49 either way. what do you make of that? where would you put your predictions? and how important you think this long—awaited sue gray report really is? i long-awaited sue gray report really is? ~ , ., ., , ., , is? i think it is going to be really important. _ is? i think it is going to be really important. but _ is? i think it is going to be really important, but it _ is? i think it is going to be really important, but it will— is? i think it is going to be really important, but it will also - is? i think it is going to be really important, but it will also be, i. important, but it will also be, i think. — important, but it will also be, i think, more dullthan important, but it will also be, i think, more dull than we are somehow done after_ think, more dull than we are somehow done after it _ think, more dull than we are somehow
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done after it has been talked up as if it is_ done after it has been talked up as if it is going to somehow accused the predator of things, find him guilty — the predator of things, find him guilty -- — the predator of things, find him guilty. —— accused the prime minister_ guilty. —— accused the prime minister of things. it is a document signed _ minister of things. it is a document signed off— minister of things. it is a document signed off by the prime minister, she is_ signed off by the prime minister, she is a _ signed off by the prime minister, she is a woman of great integrity, but she _ she is a woman of great integrity, but she cannot be independent. she is limiting _ but she cannot be independent. she is limiting her investigation of trying — is limiting her investigation of trying to— is limiting her investigation of trying to find out the facts of what happened — trying to find out the facts of what happened and it will be for others to interpret whether that is acceptable or unacceptable. i think tom is— acceptable or unacceptable. i think tom is right the question of whether she reveais— tom is right the question of whether she reveals new information will be important. — she reveals new information will be important, but i think she will leave — important, but i think she will leave a — important, but i think she will leave a lot to the judgment of others — leave a lot to the judgment of others about whether behaviour is acceptable, except a bull, whether things— acceptable, except a bull, whether things breached the ministerial code _ things breached the ministerial code. ministers, oliver dowden, for example. _ code. ministers, oliver dowden, for example, the chairman of the conservative party, saying that parliament will hold minister to
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account — parliament will hold minister to account. it doesn't really have a mechanism to hold the prime minister to account _ mechanism to hold the prime minister to account. it is the conservative party that — to account. it is the conservative party that must do so. it really will be — party that must do so. it really will be in — party that must do so. it really will be in the spin and the optics and the — will be in the spin and the optics and the narrative and in the end, whether— and the narrative and in the end, whether he, the prime minister, can continue _ whether he, the prime minister, can continue to— whether he, the prime minister, can continue to sell a narrative that we are doing _ continue to sell a narrative that we are doing good stuff and that good stuff outweighs the bad, the risks, rather— stuff outweighs the bad, the risks, rather than — stuff outweighs the bad, the risks, rather than the specific sentences in sucrem — rather than the specific sentences in sucre... if people want to take boris _ in sucre... if people want to take borisjohnson down in sucre... if people want to take boris johnson down because they think— boris johnson down because they think he — boris johnson down because they think he is— boris johnson down because they think he is a liability, they will find something in that report to enable — find something in that report to enable them to do so.— find something in that report to enable them to do so. let's talk about the _ enable them to do so. let's talk about the 1922 _ enable them to do so. let's talk about the 1922 committee, - enable them to do so. let's talk about the 1922 committee, the | about the 1922 committee, the chairman of that, sir graham brady, a magic number involved in all of this — a magic number involved in all of this - 54. a magic number involved in all of this — 5a. beckham and he has to receive 5a letters in no—confidence to trigger inner confidence of ——
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that committee has to. the machinations are described by the daily telegraph. questions about how significant a figure he still is. he was a former cabinet minister, a very prominent brexiteer, but is he the person he once was? the process the conservative party is going through, tom?— process the conservative party is going through, tom? mama we heard david davis's — going through, tom? mama we heard david davis's thunderbolt _ going through, tom? mama we heard david davis's thunderbolt comment i david davis's thunderbolt comment there, which none of us were expecting, or none of the backbenchers, in pmqs, it was real shock moment, but i forget had probably the opposite effect on the public as he did on conservative mps. we have to remember, polly is absolute right, perhaps rushing forward at the end of plan b, it might not play brilliantly with the country, it does for conservative neck and
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—— conservative mps. it played well with the country, david davis did not play both conservative mps. they thought it was grandstanding. even thought it was grandstanding. even though they might be fed up with him. but david amess has spoken to a few of the —— david davis has spoken to a few of the papers, the daily telegraph one of them... if we carry on like it is staffed by a thousand cuts, borisjohnson is not going to improve his honesty is knock—on to suddenly change overnight, and let's get rid of him and get some one else in? whether you believe them or not, it has less of the melodrama about it has less of the melodrama about it then the great statement he made in the... i it then the great statement he made in the... ., ., ., , .,~ in the... i am going to break in, poll , in the... i am going to break in, polly. front _ in the... i am going to break in, polly. front page _ in the... i am going to break in, polly, front page of _ in the... i am going to break in, polly, front page of the - in the... i am going to break in, polly, front page of the sun, . polly, front page of the sun, picture of a pork pie. what does it
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all mean? , , ., . all mean? the sun is moving closer to endorsing _ all mean? the sun is moving closer to endorsing that _ all mean? the sun is moving closer to endorsing that view. _ all mean? the sun is moving closer to endorsing that view. the - all mean? the sun is moving closer to endorsing that view. the big - all mean? the sun is moving closer| to endorsing that view. the big part of the _ to endorsing that view. the big part of the pork— to endorsing that view. the big part of the pork pie is the end of the covid _ of the pork pie is the end of the covid rules. the reason it is a pork pie is because part of the pot is being led — pie is because part of the pot is being led by the np... in honour of that, _ being led by the np... in honour of that, i_ being led by the np... in honour of that, i had— being led by the np... in honour of that, i had a— being led by the np... in honour of that, i had a pork pie with my lunch and it— that, i had a pork pie with my lunch and it was— that, i had a pork pie with my lunch and it was delicious!— and it was delicious! tom, did you have one as _ and it was delicious! tom, did you have one as well? _ and it was delicious! tom, did you have one as well? i _ and it was delicious! tom, did you have one as well? i had _ and it was delicious! tom, did you i have one as well? i had jerk chicken have one as well? i had “erk chicken in the house — have one as well? i had “erk chicken in the house of h have one as well? i had jerk chicken in the house of commons _ have one as well? i had jerk chicken in the house of commons pantry, i in the house of commons pantry, which is probably better than any pork pie you could eat anywhere! laughter it was the mp for bury south, the bury times had it. presumably christian whee kim gave it to them... he was switching sides
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tojoin labour. —— christian whitfield. that is the sort of newspaper writing you live to write for. well done, the bury times. great stuff. i am going to be talking to you both in about an hour's time, but for now, tom newton—dunn, polly mackenzie. they will be back at 11:30pm, but goodbye for now. good evening. this is your update from the dc sports centre. this is your update from the bbc sport centre. there was a sensational finish in the match at the king power stadium in tonight's premier league action, with tottenham moving into the top
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five with a late turnaround win over leicester. the home side had looked on course for the three points — james maddison put them 2—1 up with 75 minutes played and they held that lead right up until the last minute of stoppage time. but with just a few seconds left, stephen bergwijn equalised for spurs. and they still somehow got time to steal the ball straight from the leicester kick—off, and in the 97th minute, bergwijn squeezed it in again to win the match for spurs, 3—2 in the most dramatic circumstances. in the other match, there was finally a more routine winning scoreline for manchester united — they beat brentford 3—1. 19—year—old anthony elanga scored the opener when united had been under pressure for much of the game, and it wasn't all a happy evening for them off the pitch either — cristiano ronaldo visibly unhappy with being substituted late on. away from that issue, but staying with arsenal, the premier league is looking into a yellow card received by an arsenal player following reports of irregular betting patterns. the player in question hasn't been
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named and neither the club or the premier league are commenting. it's been reported that bookmakers flagged the unusual patterns away from that issue, but staying with arsenal, their manager mikel arteta has said he will defend his club tooth and nail, following criticism of their request to postpone the north london derby at the weekend. it comes as the premier league say they may change the criteria around postponement of matches, after allegations that some clubs may have been manipulating the rules. arsenal said they didn't have enough players to compete against tottenham last weekend and were granted a postponement by the premier league. however, injuries and, controversially, international call—ups have been considered too, and with 22 games called off so far, the premier league will consider amending the guidance. arteta says arsenal have done nothing wrong. we will defend our club with teeth and nail and we're not going to have anybody damaging our name or trying to lie
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about something that did not occur. if we make mistakes, we will put our hand up, but we will defend our club in a really strong way. at the africa cup of nations, nigeria ensured they finished top of group d by beating guinea bissau 2—0. umar sadiq finished off this well—worked move to put the super eagles into the lead. william troost ekong sealed victory with a tap—in. it means egypt finish second in the group and also reach the last 16. mohamed abdelmonem scored the game's only goal, heading home from a corner in the first half to send the pharoahs through. and four ties in the women's league cup tonight. manchester city's sixth win in a row saw them come from behind to beat last year's finalists bristol city 3—1. alessia russo's goal gave manchester united a 1—0 win at arsenal. tottenham beat championship leaders liverpool. and chelsea completed the semifinal line—up with a 11—2 victory at west ham. in the championship, hull city marked new ownership with a 2—0 win over high—flying blackburn. the club's takeover by the turkey—based acun medya group was announced 90 minutes before kick—off and new owner acun ilicali was at the game, where george honeyman scored after eight minutes to set hull on their way to ending the visitors'
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10—match unbeaten run. a tom eaves header sealed victory. the takeover ends assem and ehab allam's 12—year spell in charge of the club. it wasn't to be for england's red roses in the final of netball�*s quad series. they were on top for three of the four quarters against their old rivals australia at the copper box. england were one point ahead with that last 15—minute period to go. but a remarkable finish from the aussies saw them turn it round and win comfortably by 58—46. these two may well next meet at the commonwealth games in birmingham in the summer. day four of the australian open gets under way shortly with plenty of british interest. andy murray and emma raducanu both in action later, but before that, we'll see british number one dan evans face arthur rinderknech of france and heather watson against seeded slovenian tamara zidansek. scotland have announced their squad for next month's six nations. gregor townsend has named five uncapped players,
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including saracens back—rower andy christie and london irish scrum—half ben white. once again, stuart hogg will captain the side as they hope to repeat last year's victories over england and france and improve on their fourth place finish. rory darge, ben vellacott and kyle rowe are also rewarded with call—ups ahead of scotland's first game against england. veteran fly—halfjohnny sexton will captain ireland for the third successive championship after overcoming ankle and knee issues suffered in november. uncapped backs michael lowry and mack hansen have been named in andy farrell's 37—man squad. ireland's campaign gets under way against wales in dublin. and preparations ahead of the women's ashes have been less than perfect for england, as they count down to their first t20 game tomorrow at the adelaide oval. the series is beginning a week earlier than originally planned to allow both teams to travel to new zealand and quarantine before the world cup. it's meant the build—up to the multi—format ashes hasn't been ideal. but as batter tammy beaumont acknowledges, covid has affected everything.
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it's been crazy, not ideal preparation, a little bit different to normal, but we have made do, and then once we got to canberra, it was a couple of days isolation all we had pcr test results and lots of social distancing, no mixing, no kind of going anywhere indoors or overcrowded. so, yeah, it's been pretty tough, but now we got to adelaide, it's all about the business and the. and that is all the sport for now. we will see you soon. hello again. we're looking at a much colder day of weather thanks to northerly winds. those winds have been dragging in some snow showers across shetland, orkney and more recentlyjust getting into the north of the mainland of scotland as well. that gives the risk of a few icy stretches, but otherwise it's a cold start to thursday with a fairly widespread frost. it might be cold and frosty, but a glorious winter's day is on the cards. for many of us, there will be sunshine pretty much from dawn till dusk. ok, there will be a few showers
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around, those across northern scotland quickly turning to rain, and the showers coming down the north sea mostly staying offshore because the winds are blowing more or less parallel to the coast. could be a few, though, for east scotland, one or two for eastern areas of england. the highest risk, really, around north yorkshire and also into norfolk. but otherwise, most of us having a dry day with plenty of sunshine. temperatures 1! to 6 degrees, maybe some 8s across westernmost areas. little change in the weather forecast. for friday, the weekend and next week, it stays mostly fine and dry.
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welcome to newsday, reporting live from singapore, i'm karishma vaswani. the headlines. britain's prime minister is battling for his future, facing calls to resign, because of parties at downing street during lockdown dramatic scenes in parliament, as a conservative mp defects to labour, and a former minister joins the calls to quit. "you have sat there too long, for all the good you have done. in the name of god, go." also in the programme: us presidentjoe biden marks his first year in office with a press conference — defending his record and warning president putin of the costs of invading ukraine. and making formula one history — 22—year—old guanyu zhou
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will become the first ever chinese driver to take up a spot

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