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' bills and they are reeling pay their bills and they are reeling in this cost—of—living crisis that we have. so an interesting story and also goes into just how much the bosses of these companies earn, £5.2 million over the shell boss and not far off that will be beat boss. so, yeah, the story that makes you feel a bit that things are not very equal but at the moment. it a bit that things are not very equal but at the moment.— a bit that things are not very equal but at the moment. it does for their feel like that. _ but at the moment. it does for their feel like that. aubrey, _ but at the moment. it does for their feel like that. aubrey, what - but at the moment. it does for their feel like that. aubrey, what do - but at the moment. it does for their feel like that. aubrey, what do you | feel like that. aubrey, what do you make of equipment i think it's got to be viewed in the... make of equipment i think it's got to be viewed in the. . ._ to be viewed in the... context of the energy _ to be viewed in the... context of the energy price _ to be viewed in the... context of the energy price get _ to be viewed in the... context of the energy price get a _ to be viewed in the... context of the energy price get a public - to be viewed in the... context of. the energy price get a public fairly dramatically increasing in the next few months and i was late for the government is being very hard—pressed on this by conservative mps hard—pressed on this by conservative mp5 of— hard—pressed on this by conservative mp5 of the _ hard—pressed on this by conservative mps of the moment. tories know that boris is _ mps of the moment. tories know that boris is in _ mps of the moment. tories know that boris is in a _ mps of the moment. tories know that boris is in a very difficult position— boris is in a very difficult position and so they can make certain— position and so they can make certain demands of him and they can be listened _ certain demands of him and they can be listened to a little bit more than _ be listened to a little bit more than they might normally be listen to. than they might normally be listen t0~ so _ than they might normally be listen t0~ so this— than they might normally be listen to. so this issue around energy
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costs— to. so this issue around energy costs is— to. so this issue around energy costs is one that conservative mps feel costs is one that conservative mps feet is— costs is one that conservative mps feet is very— costs is one that conservative mps feel is very prescient and they hear from _ feel is very prescient and they hear from their— feel is very prescient and they hear from their constituents and the report— from their constituents and the report hearing on the doorstep very often _ report hearing on the doorstep very often and _ report hearing on the doorstep very often and so i'm sure that it's very hi-h often and so i'm sure that it's very high up— often and so i'm sure that it's very high una— often and so i'm sure that it's very high up a government agenda for the problem _ high up a government agenda for the problem is _ high up a government agenda for the problem is really that they are really — problem is really that they are really willing to take action to do anything — really willing to take action to do anything about these high energy costs _ anything about these high energy costs. w' . anything about these high energy costs. v , ., , costs. tickets under the telegraph and they put _ costs. tickets under the telegraph and they put a _ costs. tickets under the telegraph and they put a figure _ costs. tickets under the telegraph and they put a figure on _ costs. tickets under the telegraph and they put a figure on it. - costs. tickets under the telegraph and they put a figure on it. £1900| and they put a figure on it. £1900 from april and this is not a monthly or anything but the terribly charge you will go up to but that's a phenomenal... that is up from the current level of 1200 so an increase of 48%. current level of 1200 so an increase of 4896. ~ , , ., current level of 1200 so an increase of48%. , ,, of 4896. ministers are essentially bein: of 4896. ministers are essentially being encouraged _ of 4896. ministers are essentially being encouraged to _ of 4896. ministers are essentially being encouraged to try - of 4896. ministers are essentially being encouraged to try and - of 4896. ministers are essentially being encouraged to try and find | being encouraged to try and find other— being encouraged to try and find other ways to help foot the bill for this massive increase in one of the plans— this massive increase in one of the plans under— this massive increase in one of the plans under consideration is scrapping vat from energy bills but that's— scrapping vat from energy bills but that's facing opposition from the treasury— that's facing opposition from the treasury and there is one insider quoted _ treasury and there is one insider quoted here who argues the move does not discriminate between the
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wealthier and less wealthy people. so there's— wealthier and less wealthy people. so there's all sorts of wrangling going _ so there's all sorts of wrangling going on— so there's all sorts of wrangling going on between number ten, the treasury— going on between number ten, the treasury and conservative mps particularly from the new intake in the red _ particularly from the new intake in the red walk as it was these were they obviously have quite different demographic voters to the ones in traditional— demographic voters to the ones in traditional southern heartland, so it's a _ traditional southern heartland, so it's a very — traditional southern heartland, so it's a very difficult square ft. number_ it's a very difficult square ft. number ten to it's a very difficult square ft. numberten to circle it's a very difficult square ft. number ten to circle and in the run-up— number ten to circle and in the run-upto— number ten to circle and in the run—up to april there are obsolete lots of— run—up to april there are obsolete lots of issues competing for their attention— lots of issues competing for their attention and it's not quite clear yet whether ministers are really kind of— yet whether ministers are really kind of grappling with issue and taking _ kind of grappling with issue and taking it — kind of grappling with issue and taking it as they should. i kind of grappling with issue and taking it as they should. i mean i think this is _ taking it as they should. i mean i think this is a _ taking it as they should. i mean i think this is a sense _ taking it as they should. i mean i think this is a sense as _ think this is a sense as well probably in borisjohnson and his government that they would like to move the conversation on from party gait and even energy bills and the cost—of—living crisis might be preferable. i think there will be stories emerging over the next few days or they will be hoping there will be stories emerging over the
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next few days about the cost—of—living crisis and leveling up cost—of—living crisis and leveling up in the north and that kind of thing so really trying to put out announcements to move the agenda away from party gait. this whole issue of removing vat at 5% does seem to be the most popular option for possibly reducing energy bill costs, but i on a default tariff and talking about bills that are going to rise to nearly £2000 from april, then that's not a big saving really. we've had a comparative mild winter so far and we believe it's onlyjust the end of january and we so far and we believe it's onlyjust the end ofjanuary and we all so far and we believe it's onlyjust the end of january and we all know, i think the beast from the east came in march from my memory so certain later than this. let's pray for a winter for people who are keeping or not putting the heat on quite a sight as a might otherwise do. great picture on the front of the ft
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weekend. of course you forget that in a cold environment, snow environment, camouflage of course is not looking like camouflage in general but we cannot have it in our heads that's what camouflage is. this may have to do quite a lot of rethinking but it's a very striking photograph. a, rethinking but it's a very striking photograph-— photograph. a very striking photograph _ photograph. a very striking photograph and _ photograph. a very striking photograph and not - photograph. a very striking photograph and not a - photograph. a very striking photograph and not a mild| photograph. a very striking - photograph and not a mild winter in the ukraine at the moment. it shows this soldier in a furry black—and—white camouflage to camouflage with the snow, and he is balancing on his shoulder a british supplied anti—tank missile and this is of course in training and obviously very worried in ukraine about the 100,000 russian troops massed along their borders and quite what russia has in mind and this terrible risk of a russian invasion but it's a very, very striking
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image. but it's a very, very striking imaue. ~ ., ., but it's a very, very striking imaeel. ., ., ,y image. we have had some copy actually from — image. we have had some copy actually from 90 _ image. we have had some copy actually from 90 street - image. we have had some copy actually from 90 street say - image. we have had some copy| actually from 90 street say that image. we have had some copy - actually from 90 street say that sue gray better get your skates on with the report because he might be out of the country before it gets to him is he apparently is on his way to eastern europe next week and is going to be trying to speak to russia and to president putin about the ukraine so it says he will travel to the region in the coming days although it won't say where an ace with persons that he will be telephoning president putin and reiterating the need for russia to step back and engage diplomatically. johnson is asked military and security chief to give him more options to mitigate against what number ten called growing russian aggression and of course we already have the photo illustrating some british presence in ukraine albeit from a training point of view. absolutely. borisjohnson has been waving _ absolutely. borisjohnson has been waving the flag this week and saying the uk _ waving the flag this week and saying the uk has _ waving the flag this week and saying the uk has been leading the way on helping _ the uk has been leading the way on helping arm defensively some of the ukrainian _ helping arm defensively some of the ukrainian troops in the country in the face — ukrainian troops in the country in the face of— ukrainian troops in the country in the face of this russian aggression. he is— the face of this russian aggression. he is honestly making a chance to
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move _ he is honestly making a chance to move the — he is honestly making a chance to move the agenda on a resent hymns of a somebody he was dealing with big issues of— a somebody he was dealing with big issues of the day and conservative mps have — issues of the day and conservative mps have raised the russian invasion from ukraine and saying this is very much _ from ukraine and saying this is very much a _ from ukraine and saying this is very much a sort — from ukraine and saying this is very much a sort of thing that we in the government should be focused on and he is free _ government should be focused on and he is free to _ government should be focused on and he is free to prove that to them and liz truss— he is free to prove that to them and liz truss was — he is free to prove that to them and liz truss was supposed to go to ukraine — liz truss was supposed to go to ukraine and of weeks and the russian government has also announced she will try— government has also announced she will try to _ government has also announced she will try to go to russia in the next few weeks— will try to go to russia in the next few weeks of probably going to see a bit few weeks of probably going to see a hit of an— few weeks of probably going to see a bit of an escalation diplomatically and politically to try and encourage russia _ and politically to try and encourage russia not— and politically to try and encourage russia not to go down the path of another— russia not to go down the path of another chechnya as boris johnson refer to _ another chechnya as boris johnson refer to it — another chechnya as boris johnson refer to it this week. | another chechnya as boris johnson refer to it this week.— refer to it this week. i wonder if ou refer to it this week. i wonder if you would _ refer to it this week. i wonder if you would charm _ refer to it this week. i wonder if you would charm the _ refer to it this week. i wonder if you would charm the russians l refer to it this week. i wonder if. you would charm the russians as margaret thatcher did, certainly burnish her potential leadership credentials and thank you both very much and we will talk again at half past 11 and we are back in and support with her coming up and then back at 11pm with a full summary of the news but we rejoined our panelists later.
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i'm olly foster with the latest from the bbc sport centre. frank lampard has been offered the vacant everton manager's job. he's been out of work for a year after being sacked by chelsea. the 43—year—old had been on a shortlist with the portuguese vitor pereira and current caretaker boss at goodison park, duncan ferguson. everton sacked rafa benitezjust under two weeks ago following a run ofjust one win in 13 in the league. they lie 16th in the table, four points above the relegation zone. former everton star wayne rooney says he turned down an interview for the everton role, choosing instead to focus on his job at derby county to try and keep them in the championship. i believe i will be a premier league manager, i believe i'm ready for that, 100%, and if that is with everton one day in the future,
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that would be absolutely great. but i've got a job here at derby county which is an important job to me and it means me getting the team ready for sunday. huddersfield could have moved up to fifth in the championship this evening, but were held to a 1—1 draw at home to stoke. the big talking point came in the first half when huddersfield wingerjosh koroma somehow avoided even a booking for this horror tackle on taylor harwood—bellis. to add insult, koroma then scored a deflected openerfor the home side. stoke deserved their point, though, and after some frantic penalty box pinball, substitute jacob brown fired in the equaliser with 12 minutes remaining. world heavyweight champion tyson fury will defend his wbc title against fellow brit and mandatory challenger dillian whyte. fury had been trying to negotiate a unification bout with 0lexander usyk,
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who holds all the other world heavyweight titles, but anthonyjoshua has a rematch with the ukrainian and wouldn't step aside, so fury will take on whyte. a date and venue for the fight is still to be confirmed, but is likely to be in april in the uk. the last time an australian won a singles title at their home grand slam was in the late �*705. that drought could come to an end tomorrow morning. ash barty carries the weight of the nation in the women's final and is the huge favourite against the american danielle collins. patrick gearey reports. they have got the ashes and now for the ashes. tomorrow morning in melbourne, austria will be with ash barty, on her shoulders a long and heavy weight and 44 years since this woman was the last aussie to win that trophy. no pressure. it’s woman was the last aussie to win that trophy. no pressure. it's fun, be it be playing — that trophy. no pressure. it's fun, be it be playing in _ that trophy. no pressure. it's fun, be it be playing in the _ that trophy. no pressure. it's fun, be it be playing in the business i that trophy. no pressure. it's fun, | be it be playing in the business end of your home slam. i'm not going to lie about that, it's amazing and i think being able to experience it
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multiple times has been incredible, but saturday is going to be a new experience for me. so i go out there and embrace it, smile, trying to the best i can. in and embrace it, smile, trying to the best i can. .,. and embrace it, smile, trying to the best i can. , .,, ., best i can. in fact, she has drawn strenath best i can. in fact, she has drawn strength from — best i can. in fact, she has drawn strength from history. _ best i can. in fact, she has drawn strength from history. this - best i can. in fact, she has drawn strength from history. this is - best i can. in fact, she has drawn strength from history. this is a l strength from history. this is a player like ash barty from an indigenous background and like her a wimbledon champion. she wore a dress inspired by her hero at last year's shipping chips and now she aims to follow her footsteps to australian glory. another remarkable path to the final as only last year american danielle collins had surgery for a dimitrios is, a condition that at times made her life almost unbearable. compared to ash barty kim if he is taller, hits harder and won't surrender. if kim if he is taller, hits harder and won't surrender.— won't surrender. if you let people have already _ won't surrender. if you let people have already given _ won't surrender. if you let people have already given ash _ won't surrender. if you let people have already given ash barty - won't surrender. if you let people have already given ash barty the | have already given ash barty the crown _ have already given ash barty the crown in — have already given ash barty the crown in australia and that's what the australians want and what the world _ the australians want and what the world wants that spectacle but here is danielle collins, who when it comes— is danielle collins, who when it comes to — is danielle collins, who when it comes to gaining a perspective on
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life, comes to gaining a perspective on life. has— comes to gaining a perspective on life. has it — comes to gaining a perspective on life, has it.— comes to gaining a perspective on life, has it. ., ., ., ., ., ~ life, has it. the saga around novak d'okovic life, has it. the saga around novak diokovic has _ life, has it. the saga around novak djokovic has meant _ life, has it. the saga around novak djokovic has meant there - life, has it. the saga around novak djokovic has meant there is - life, has it. the saga around novak djokovic has meant there is a - life, has it. the saga around novak i djokovic has meant there is a danger this offering up and will be remembered for what happened in court rather than on court. a chance now for a celebration. time for a party. rafael nadal is still on for a record 21st grand slam singles title after reaching sunday's men's final. he fought past italy's matteo berrettini and will face the us open champion daniil medvedev, who was also taken to four sets against stefanos tsitsipas. nadal will have huge support on sunday as he looks to make history, but after his recent battles with injuries, just reaching the final is a bonus for the spaniard, for me, it's a presentjust to be here, and i'm taking
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things in a different way, but always with the spirit i have, because i can't go against that, it's my personal dna. there was a huge result for bath in the rugby union premiership, beating champions harlequins 21—17 for only their second win of the season. it was a tight game at the rec, but two second half tries from william muir put them in control, and despite a late quins fight back, they held on for the win. it's not enough to lift them off the bottom of the table, though. two games in the united rugby championship. dragons drew 13—13 at home to benetton. the italians missed a late penalty to win it. ulster climbed to second in the table, running in four tries in a 27—15 win at home to scarlets. craig gilroy scored the last of them, although was fortunate to be on the pitch, receiving just a yellow in the first half for a high tackle. golf's dubai desert classic is at the half—way stage. south africa'sjustin harding is out in front on 11—under—par. there's a strong british contingent in the chasing pack, england's tyrrell hatton just two shots back and northern ireland's rory mcllroy, a two—time winner in dubai, is one of five players
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on seven—under. and don't forget you can keep across day three of the women's ashes test in canberra right now with live commentary on bbc sounds and the bbc sport app. that's all the sport for now. hello there. northern parts of britain readying for a very windy weekend. we've got two separate storms which could bring some damage and some disruption. not a bad weekend, i think, further south across southern britain, close to this area of high pressure. so, the first of the two storms moving to the north of the uk. lots of isobars on the charts, widespread gates for the northern half of the country. severe gales across scotland, gusts up to 80 mph. we've got an amber warning in force for eastern scotland, we could see some impacts here. a band of cloud will sink southwards across the country, becoming confined to the south later in the day. here, it'll stay mild, but it'll will be cooling down elsewhere with sunshine and blustery showers. different story on sunday. we start off with a ridge of high pressure, so it's cold,
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bright with some sunshine before the next storm pushes into the north west of the country later in the day bringing widespread gales, some heavy rain and mountain snow here. it will be a chillier day across the board on sunday. so, two storms to come for this weekend. we're going to see some disruption, particularly across the north of the country. stay tuned to the forecast.
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this is bbc news with the latest headlines for viewers in the uk and around the world. ukranian troops prepare for a possible russian invasion, with help, from the british military. the inquiry into lockdown parties in downing st, is expected to be published shortly, after speculation, it might be delayed. the world food programme says more than eighty per cent of people in the ethiopian region of tigray are going hungry and, the influential online streaming platform, twitch, accused of encouraging, unhealthy practices.

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