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all we can say truth, actually. all we can say about— truth, actually. all we can say about vladimir putin is he appears to tell_ about vladimir putin is he appears to tell giant lies to his people. because — to tell giant lies to his people. because he doesn't tell any lies he said he _ because he doesn't tell any lies he said he was gonna go after ukraine, he did~ _ said he was gonna go after ukraine, he did. he— said he was gonna go after ukraine, he did. , u, , said he was gonna go after ukraine, he did. , , ., , he did. he did because initially he said he's not _ he did. he did because initially he said he's not going _ he did. he did because initially he said he's not going to _ he did. he did because initially he said he's not going to invade - he did. he did because initially he said he's not going to invade and | said he's not going to invade and then a few days later he did. so he's not been fully transparent about his plans. we he's not been fully transparent about his plans.— he's not been fully transparent about his plans. we could see what he was doing- _ about his plans. we could see what he was doing- i _ about his plans. we could see what he was doing. i don't _ about his plans. we could see what he was doing. i don't think- about his plans. we could see what he was doing. i don't think anybody was dumb— he was doing. i don't think anybody was dumb enough to think he wasjust doin- was dumb enough to think he wasjust doing that _ was dumb enough to think he wasjust doing that to frighten us. 0r frighten _ doing that to frighten us. 0r frighten the people of the ukraine. it was _ frighten the people of the ukraine. it was quite obvious that he was moving — it was quite obvious that he was moving into the kill. the question was: _ moving into the kill. the question was, did — moving into the kill. the question was, did he — moving into the kill. the question was, did he think we were going to put up _ was, did he think we were going to put upahy— was, did he think we were going to put up any barrier to that? when we didh't_ put up any barrier to that? when we didn't in_ put up any barrier to that? when we didn't in he— put up any barrier to that? when we didn't in he went. now we are effectively fighting a proxy war. i imagine it — effectively fighting a proxy war. i imagine it will run for two or three years— imagine it will run for two or three years at— imagine it will run for two or three years at which point putin will be if not defeated, he will certainly have _ if not defeated, he will certainly have lost — if not defeated, he will certainly have lost so many men and so much collateral _ have lost so many men and so much collateral that heat will be in any position — collateral that heat will be in any position to take the rest of us on
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even _ position to take the rest of us on even if— position to take the rest of us on even if you — position to take the rest of us on even if you got ukraine at the end of it _ even if you got ukraine at the end of it the — even if you got ukraine at the end of it. the further we go into this the less innocent we can claim to be. the less innocent we can claim to be we _ the less innocent we can claim to be. we were watching what was happening and going, we don't know if he will— happening and going, we don't know if he will or— happening and going, we don't know if he will or don't know if he won't. well i don't believe that the powers that be did not know whether he would _ powers that be did not know whether he would or— powers that be did not know whether he would or he wouldn't but they wereh't_ he would or he wouldn't but they weren't sure about was what is the brave _ weren't sure about was what is the brave enough to do it or not. he was always— brave enough to do it or not. he was always -- _ brave enough to do it or not. he was always -- that — brave enough to do it or not. he was always —— that was all that is the intention — always —— that was all that is the intention. as we get further into this conflict itjust seems intention. as we get further into this conflict it just seems to intention. as we get further into this conflict itjust seems to me that i_ this conflict itjust seems to me that i am — this conflict itjust seems to me that i am as doubting of the narrative _ that i am as doubting of the narrative i'm hearing about our ihtehtiohs _ narrative i'm hearing about our intentions as i am about what is happening — intentions as i am about what is happening at what putin is going to do next _ happening at what putin is going to do next i_ happening at what putin is going to do next. ijust think there's something underscoring all of this that we _ something underscoring all of this that we are not being told. while the ukraine war is one of the factors— the ukraine war is one of the factors being mentioned in the article — factors being mentioned in the article we are looking at in the ft now which— article we are looking at in the ft now which is, dwindling your growth and stalling us economy stoped fears
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of stagflation some of that put down to the _ of stagflation some of that put down to the ukraine war and a surge in irrflatioh — to the ukraine war and a surge in inflation. . to the ukraine war and a surge in inflation. , . ., _ inflation. grim reading to say the least. as inflation. grim reading to say the least- as if— inflation. grim reading to say the least. as if the _ inflation. grim reading to say the least. as if the news _ inflation. grim reading to say the least. as if the news wasn't - least. as if the news wasn't depressing enough at the moment. we have this to tip us over the edge. great stalling in the eu as well as the as a global downturn really china, its currency is falling because of the ongoing pressures from covid. it's pretty grim reading all around. from covid. it's pretty grim reading allaround. it's from covid. it's pretty grim reading all around. it's the eu really suffering as we are in the uk with the surge in energy costs because of ukraine war and the rise in prices in supermarkets. because of food costs going up. there are so many different factors in the mix. where a world recovering from the pandemic and the war has just really torpedoed that fragile bounce back
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that we were hoping for. it's a very difficult time economically.- difficult time economically. given what we've _ difficult time economically. given what we've seen _ difficult time economically. given what we've seen with _ difficult time economically. given what we've seen with inflation . difficult time economically. given | what we've seen with inflation and with cost—of—living and with the impact of the pandemic and of course they wore, it's probably no surprise that were going to be seeing headlines like this. it’s that were going to be seeing headlines like this.— headlines like this. it's not. actually what _ headlines like this. it's not. actually what i _ headlines like this. it's not. actually what i found - headlines like this. it's not. actually what i found quite | headlines like this. it's not. - actually what i found quite funny was the — actually what i found quite funny was the quote which is the world is a really— was the quote which is the world is a really bad — was the quote which is the world is a really bad shape.— was the quote which is the world is a really bad shape. yes, that stood out to me as _ a really bad shape. yes, that stood out to me as well— a really bad shape. yes, that stood out to me as well i just _ a really bad shape. yes, that stood out to me as well i just didn't want| out to me as well i just didn't want to depress people by repeating it. seriously, he's the chief economics adviser— seriously, he's the chief economics adviser at— seriously, he's the chief economics adviser at unit credit and that's the best he can do to describe why this is— the best he can do to describe why this is happening. what is says is that it _ this is happening. what is says is that it away everybody is flummoxed. because _ that it away everybody is flummoxed. because of— that it away everybody is flummoxed. because of all unknowns ofjust all happened — because of all unknowns ofjust all happened as once and not to get brexit— happened as once and not to get brexit either which was causing us problems— brexit either which was causing us problems before all of this just brexit either which was causing us problems before all of thisjust in terms _ problems before all of thisjust in terms of— problems before all of thisjust in terms of supply and rules for that i noticed _ terms of supply and rules for that i noticed we've moved some of the
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deadlines— noticed we've moved some of the deadlines for our changes in import and export— deadlines for our changes in import and export because of what's happening at the moment. it's a scary— happening at the moment. it's a scary day— happening at the moment. it's a scary day when someone of importance reduces— scary day when someone of importance reduces it _ scary day when someone of importance reduces it to _ scary day when someone of importance reduces it to say, the world is in really— reduces it to say, the world is in really bad — reduces it to say, the world is in really bad shape. you reduces it to say, the world is in really bad shape.— reduces it to say, the world is in really bad shape. you 'ust mention su -l . i really bad shape. you 'ust mention supply. i want h really bad shape. you 'ust mention supply. i want to _ really bad shape. you just mention supply. i want to bring _ really bad shape. you just mention supply. i want to bring us- really bad shape. you just mention supply. i want to bring us onto - really bad shape. you just mention supply. i want to bring us onto the | supply. i want to bring us onto the glass start we got here which is something else from the telegraph about the supply crisis forcing rationing of hrt. sam, i want to get your thoughts on that. on the face of it, you wonder what's going on but his spoke to people earlier and it was about the fact that more people are talking about it and more women are aware of it.— people are talking about it and more women are aware of it. there's been a massive surge _ women are aware of it. there's been a massive surge in — women are aware of it. there's been a massive surge in demand - women are aware of it. there's been a massive surge in demand and - women are aware of it. there's been a massive surge in demand and a - a massive surge in demand and a real struggle to get supplied to meet that demand which means some women have run out. certain types of hrt and some women have already run out of supplies. i believe if you have a
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break in that can cause problems. the governments had to take action because it can't make that supply magically appear. it's decided to ration supplies to women on these particular types of drugs to three months at a time to try and even it out and make sure everybody who need to get there. out and make sure everybody who need to net there. ~ , out and make sure everybody who need to get there-— to get there. absolutely. that is something _ to get there. absolutely. that is something that _ to get there. absolutely. that is something that again _ to get there. absolutely. that is something that again we - to get there. absolutely. that is something that again we will. to get there. absolutely. that is something that again we will be | something that again we will be coming back to and covering more in the news because it's a very important topic. something that i think a lot of people will be keeping a close eye on. i want to thank you both for your thoughts on the papers. thank you for speaking to me. sam lister and shyama perera will be back again at 11:30 goodbye for now. in the meantime here is a sport. goodbye for now.
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good evening. one place to start and that is with news that legendary tennis player boris becker was jailed today for two and a half years. the former wimbledon champion boris becker was sentenced for hiding £2.5m worth of assets and loans to avoid paying debts. our correspondent natalie pirks has been following the story at southwark crown court. he burst on the scene in 1985. he was unseated and begin the youngest man at that point to win wimbledon for sabine proved he was no flash in the pan by doing it again the year after and then he ended up winning six grand slams, three of them at wimbledon. 49 singles titles, a glittering ia year career, then after that he went on to become novak djokovic�*s coach, was a very successful pundit for the bbc at wimbledon
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and other media institutions. of course he was also a brand ambassador. he earned a lot of money, £38 million in total. but then there were expensive lifestyle commitments as he put it. he had a very high—profile divorce in a very high—profile paternity claim arising from a night spent with the russian model at a london restaurant, and things just began to spiral. £38 million gone and with it today his career and it's hard to see just how the reputation and career can recoverfrom this. bbc is not coming whether we will ever see him working here again but for the next two wimbeldons at least, he will be in prison. to snooker�*s world championship at the crucible where there's been plenty of drama. judd trump had been leading by 11 frames to five to start the evening session. but an extraordinary comeback from three time champion mark williams. he won the evening session by six frames to two meaning tomorrow they'll resume with 2019 champion trump 13—11 in front. at the world snooker championships,
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the world number one, ronnie o'sullivan has moved into a 10—6 lead overjohn higgins in their semi—final to take control. it had been a really close start with both players level at a—all after the opening session. but o'sullivan, the six—time champion made five half centuries to gain a 9—6 advantage, before taking the 16th frame after a re—spotted black. they'll be back in action tomorrow morning. its been a big day for chelsea football club as we appear to be moving closer to finding out who will buy the club. bbc sport now understands that a consortium led by la dodgers owner todd bowly is set to be named the preferred bidder to takeover the club. it had been put up for sale before owner roman abramovich was sanctioned for his alleged links to russian president vladimir putin following the invasion of ukraine. west ham have confirmed two people have been identified after an alleged attack on german commentators. it was during their europa league semi—final in london last night
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against eintract frankfurt. german newspaper bild reported the tv commentators had their headsets ripped off and thrown on the floor by a home fan. they were broadcasting from the back row of the media section which had supporters directly behind it. west ham said they've passed on the information to the police. the football writers�* association has named the winners of their footballer of the year awards for this season. the men's winner is liverpool forward mo salah, who previously won it back in 2018. the egyptian is having a remarkable campaign — scoring 22 goals, and contributing 13 assists, and of course his side could still win the quadruple. and the chelsea striker sam kerr has been named women's footballer of the year. the australian is the wsl�*s top scorer with 18 goals this season, including a goal in last night's win over tottenham which saw her side move four points clear of arsenal at the top of the table. let's turn our attention
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to the superfight at madison square garden, saturday history will be made between undefeated katie taylor, and the dangerous amanda serrano this weekend. both fighters will be part of the first all—female headline bout, at the new york venue, so famous for it's place in the boxing world. and there's a lot at stake too — our reporter ade adedoyin is there. a lot of excitement here, the atmosphere has been absolutely electric. the irish man, the puerto rican fans and good voice. katie taylor and amanda serrano weighed in and storage of a one last time before the seminal bout on saturday. so much history to be made, the first time two women will headline a bout here at madison square garden. think about some of the all—time greats that have performed it might ali, fraser, lennox lewis, the likes of sugar ray robinson, katie taylor and amanda serrano willjoin that list on saturday night. when i got up list on saturday night. when i got up with katie earlier for the
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significance of this night was not lost on her. significance of this night was not lost on her-— lost on her. this is not 'ust for a amended — lost on her. this is not 'ust for a amended it h lost on her. this is not 'ust for a amended it certainly _ lost on her. this is notjust for a amended it certainly feels - lost on her. this is notjust for a amended it certainly feels like l lost on her. this is notjust for a i amended it certainly feels like we are bringing the whole sport out. this is for the next generation of fighters. we are breaking barriers and that's exactly what i've always want to do. figs and that's exactly what i've always want to de— and that's exactly what i've always want to do. as for amanda serrano she knows — want to do. as for amanda serrano she knows that _ want to do. as for amanda serrano she knows that victory _ want to do. as for amanda serrano she knows that victory on - want to do. as for amanda serrano she knows that victory on saturday | she knows that victory on saturday night will really catapult her into superstar does, give her that because of a field she's been so great over the years. the odds—makers have serrano as the favorite. i was there when katie turner pulled up as a unified title she was given all the problems she can handle that night, could well be the same on saturday night. really tough fight to call. emma raducanu has won herfirst match since splitting with coach torben beltz earlier this week. she beat the world number 49 tereza martincova in straight sets in the opening round of the madrid open — winning 7—6, 6—love. and we'll see mo farah back in action for the first time since missing out on qualification for the tokyo olympics.
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the four—time olympic champion, will take part in the vitality london 10k race on monday. the 39 year old has previously said he wants to continue to race on road and track. that's all the sport for now. hello. this bank holiday weekend weather is looking mix. yes there is a made in the forecast, not that much for england and wales but he could still be a bit of a nuisance factor on sunday. there will be quite a bit of sunshine around for england and wales on saturday under this area of high pressure, low pressure will be sweeping into scotland and northern ireland through the day. he returning and windier, heavy rain for scotland maybe a rumble of thunder. start england off with frosted mist and then plenty of sunshine through the day including eastern england which is been pretty great the last few days with a top temperature 17 or 18 degrees but a bit cooler for the north under the
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cloud and rain. a reversal of fortune on sunday, the cloudiest damp weather will be pressing her to wales, some patchy light rain and drizzle here. further north will see some breaking cloud along with sunny spells. we could see 16 degrees warmer spots, little bit fresherfor england and wales. in that area of low pressure clears so bank holiday monday looks mainly tribe bar the odd shower. could see a few glimmers of brightness here and there.
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this is bbc news with the latest headlines for viewers in the uk and around the world. a ukrainian presidential adviser warns of heavy losses as fighting intensifies in the east of the country. russia's foreign minister says his country does not consider itself to be at war with nato and is not threatening anyone with nuclear weapons. tennis legend boris becker is jailed for two and a half years, for lying about his assets during bankrupcy proceedings. the premier of the british virgin islands appears in court in america, on drugs and money laundering charges.

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