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this is bbc news. i'm lukwesa burak with the headlines at 8. liverpool and real madrid fans descend on paris — as the final of european club football's most prestigious prize is about to kick off at the stade de france. i'm olly foster live at the macro where kick—off has been delayed by 15 minutes. they they say it is because the late arrival of fans, although there has been some fan trouble at some of the turnstiles. people travelling abroad are facing disruption at airports, stations and on the roads — as the half—term getaway begins. dramatic pictures from torquay marina — where an 85—foot superyacht has sunk
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after a majorfire on board. us presidentjoe biden confirms he will visit uvalde tomorrow — to meet with the families of the 19 children and two teachers killed by a teenage gunman in texas. more conservative mps publicly declare they have no confidence in the prime minister — after sue gray's report into lockdown parties in downing street. good evening. thousands of liverpool fans are in paris, for tonight's champions league final, which is due to get under way. but it's been delayed due to what uefa says is a security issue. liverpool will take on real madrid for what they hope will become their 7th
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european cup victory. they've already won the fa cup and league cup this season. our correspondent, olly foster, is in paris and hejoins me now outside the stadium. there has been a delay. take us through that, first off.— through that, first off. yes, 15 minutes. _ through that, first off. yes, 15 minutes. we _ through that, first off. yes, 15 minutes, we should _ through that, first off. yes, 15 minutes, we should be - through that, first off. yes, 15 minutes, we should be under| through that, first off. yes, 15 - minutes, we should be under way already in a champions league final between these two great sides but the officials have denied that until a court of past eight —— 8:15pm. some of my colleagues on the other side of the stadium, we became aware 45 minutes ago, some instances of crowd trouble, up to 30 at one gate trying to full is their way, we presume without tickets, through the turnstiles, and we heard there was a bottleneck of fans along the other side of the stadium, hundreds of —— unable to get into the ground and reports from inside that there were
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a lot of empty seats, especially at the livable end. 75,000 capacity in there, officially 20,000 for each club. —— especially at the liverpool end. club. -- especially at the liverpool end. i: i: i: i: club. -- especially at the liverpool end, i: i: i: i: ., ., club. -- especially at the liverpool end. i: i: i: i: ., ., , end. 20,000 went on global sale but ve cuickl end. 20,000 went on global sale but very quickly because _ end. 20,000 went on global sale but very quickly because of _ end. 20,000 went on global sale but very quickly because of this _ very quickly because of this bottleneck and it is of trouble and if few arrests around the turnstiles, uefa and the match organisers have said because of fans arriving late they say, that is why they have delayed kick—off by 15 minutes but having a look at some of the pictures from inside the ground now, it appears a lot of those empty seats have filled up quite quickly so fingers crossed in the next sort of 12, 13 minutes or so, the match should start. but of 12, 13 minutes or so, the match should start-— should start. but 15 minutes later than scheduled. _ than scheduled. let's go back to the game, once they
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get onto the pitch, how will the two teams line up? how do they look? full strength for real madrid, i will get to them in a moment. they were a couple of injury worries around the livable team but the 11 that were named did include semi now and thiago who they are carrying out and thiago who they are carrying out a couple of knocks, although they went off for their warm up, liverpool, it looked likejurgen klopp was asking a player to get ready as he went down the tunnel, so again we are presuming a lot here because we haven't had official confirmation from this that the mania or thiago have had injuries. they would have been full started. look at the front three and that is where bible the match. sadio mane,
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lewis diaz, still a very strong side, and cato has played his part as well in a run to the final, but madrid so confident about their team that they made it a good a0 minutes before liverpool and it is at full strength and their manager, carlo ancelotti, who has already won three european cups, the first man to lead a side into five finals, well, he has managed to rest a lot of his key players over the last month because they wrapped up the spanish la liga title with plenty of games to spare so you would have thought they would be fresher and that has paid off because he has no injuries and they are at full strength. the man to look out for is karim benzema, the 3a—year—old frenchman who has had the season of his life, aa goals, 15 of them coming in the champions league so we hope this gets under way shortly. it should be an
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absolute classic, where is recent finals have not been, particular couple of those all english affairs but so much had agreed between these two sides in europe, 19 european cups between them, it is written in their dna, their continental travel is just really defined them as clubs and here they are, two of the greats, looking to go toe to toe. we are hoping for lots of goals and hope that the quality prevails, but we do have this delay to proceedings.— we do have this delay to ”roceedins. ., �* ., we do have this delay to ”roceedins. . �* ., ., , , proceedings. karim benzema has been touted as a possible _ proceedings. karim benzema has been touted as a possible for _ proceedings. karim benzema has been touted as a possible for the _ proceedings. karim benzema has been touted as a possible for the ballon - touted as a possible for the ballon d'or. people have started to start a very clear close eye on the subs, particularly within real madrid, they are now referred to the super sub. , ., ., �* ., ., sub. yes, roderigo, the brazilian, he almost signed _ sub. yes, roderigo, the brazilian, he almost signed for _ sub. yes, roderigo, the brazilian, he almost signed for liverpool- sub. yes, roderigo, the brazilian, he almost signed for liverpool a i sub. yes, roderigo, the brazilian, l he almost signed for liverpool a few years ago as a teenager. he was put
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aboard —— spotted by liverpool scouts, almost left south america for £3 million, but the assistant coach said, no, you are not going to do that, he is going to be prone. he went to real madrid for many, many millions more. i was lucky enough to be at the stadium a few weeks ago for the semifinal against manchester city, manchester city cruising towards this final, it would have been another liverpool manchester city to cap what would be an incredible english season, manchester city pippin livable to the title by one single point. but roderigo, the super sub, he scored twice in the space of a couple of minutes, then karim benzema scored the winner and it is carlo ancelotti per mac real madrid who are here in another european cup final making —— looking to make it another 1a cup finals. i'mjust looking to make it another 1a cup finals. i'm just going to check my phone, because i might have some news about some of the trouble we
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have had. one of my colleagues saying that it is so disorganised over there. we have that tweet from gary lineker as well saying that it did appear to be dangerous at one stage, saying he found it impossible to get into the ground, absolute carnage was his description. that was about 25 minute ago. let's hope the authorities, lots of security forces, police and army in the vicinity as you would expect, have got a handle on it now, but gary lineker certainly struggling to get into the ground as so many others have had that trouble as well, which is why kick—off has been delayed. let's just hope we can get a much going as soon as possible. let'sjust hope we can get a much going as soon as possible.- let'sjust hope we can get a much going as soon as possible. thank you so much for— going as soon as possible. thank you so much for that _ going as soon as possible. thank you so much for that update. _ going as soon as possible. thank you so much for that update. for- going as soon as possible. thank you so much for that update. for dealers| so much for that update. for dealers who have joined so much for that update. for dealers who havejoined us, there is a delay to the champions league final kick—off. —— for viewers. to the champions league final kick—off. —— forviewers. returning to the management of the kick—off. —— for viewers. returning to the management of the two teams, carlo ancelotti has been really
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taking care of his younger players, and jurgen klopp, how have they managed their respective teams? the? managed their respective teams? they are two of the — managed their respective teams? tie: are two of the great managers. sorry, just another bit of news. one of the host broadcasters has reported that kick—off has been delayed until 8:30pm now. that is local time. delayed until 8:30pm now. that is localtime. —— 9:30pm delayed until 8:30pm now. that is local time. —— 9:30pm local time. they are perhaps looking for some of the fans without tickets who might have stormed the turnstiles and without bottleneck as well, perhaps they are still trying to get fans with tickets into the ground. we have another confirmed yet but we're hearing from one the broadcasters. kick—off has been delayed until help us. you mention the managers. they are such manner managers, arms around the shoulders of their players. carlo ancelotti, as they went into extra time whereas pep
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guardiola rallied his troops and to find a way as to how the match was slipping away, carlo ancelotti went up slipping away, carlo ancelotti went up to two of his guys on the bench, he said which one of you too would want to come off? he really invests in his players and gives them the responsivity. his dealing with some of the best players, if not the best players in the world. when you look at looka mod which, that midfield, generally, he will be pulling the strings. they are hugely experienced players, which is whyjurgen klopp said that they need to get to that level that real madrid play at, which is whyjurgen klopp has put them as the underdogs, even the bookmakers would disagree. but when it comes tojurgen klopp, he has got this perfect blend of attacking players, the high price and the high
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perch, yes, it might make them vulnerable but my word, they are properly going to score an awful lot of goals with it, but they have got virtual band like at the heart of their defence who mopped everything up their defence who mopped everything up and is brilliant and allows trent alexander—arnold and andy robinson on the other side to fly forward to assist that marvellous midfield, whoever it might be. they might be that late injury, and then to see what mo salah, sadio mane, or whichever of the front free. it used to be roberto firmino, but then giotto came into the mix and now diaz has fitted into that front three, he has got them purring and clicking and absolutely in tune, jurgen klopp, which is why, about the sounds of sirens as the police try to deal with another incident here, we hope that this match gets under way and the fans getting safely to see what should be an amazing spectacle. {lilia
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safely to see what should be an amazing spectacle.— safely to see what should be an amazing spectacle. 0k, oddly, thank ou ve amazing spectacle. 0k, oddly, thank you very much _ amazing spectacle. 0k, oddly, thank you very much for — amazing spectacle. 0k, oddly, thank you very much for that _ amazing spectacle. 0k, oddly, thank you very much for that update - amazing spectacle. 0k, oddly, thank you very much for that update and i you very much for that update and assessment. let's speak to danjohnson who's at a fanzone in paris. other fans aware of the delay? there are about 30. — other fans aware of the delay? there are about 30, perhaps _ other fans aware of the delay? there are about 30, perhaps 40,000 - are about 30, perhaps a0,000 liverpool fans here. this is a huge, wide avenue which fans without tickets have been able to come and gather on. all afternoon, they have been here. these are fans without tickets who just wanted to be part of the atmosphere but they want to see their team come out and play. they got news at that 15 minute delay first of all because they are watching on the big screens here, the news that it is delayed a further 15 minutes is just filtering through to people here. although there has been a hugely positive atmosphere here, lots of build—up, big, boisterous atmosphere here this
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afternoon, i think people just want to get going. they were a couple of fans who told us this afternoon that they have perhaps not found things in paris that well organised but lots of them have been able to get here, despite the cost that some of them have had to incur, but now they want to see the game get under way. some of them frankly have been here since midday before, they have been drinking a lot this afternoon, the son has been out, it has been really noisy, really positive, really boisterous, but everybody nowjust eager to get on with the game, there is a lot of confidence here amongst liverpool fans. the disappointment of last weekend seems to have been forgotten entirely, everybody look ahead to this and talking about the enormous pride, the great history, the relationship that liverpool has with european football and how determined they are to bring that cap home, to reverse the result of four years ago when they lost to
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real madrid. but they really want to get on with it now, you get that sense that everybody here has so much anticipation. we havejust had a message from the paris police saying that this delay isn't down to them, it doesn't sound like it is issue outside the ground, it is accessed within the stadium itself that has held up receiving so far. we know from the police, there have been a very limited number of incidents in the streets of paris, we are six miles from the stadium itself here, tens of thousands of fans, a couple of little medical incidents that have affected a handful of fans this afternoon but all in all, it has been really positive, a really exciting atmosphere, loads of build—up, tens of thousands of people here. they are wanting to see their team come out and get on with the game. liverpool obviously hoping to take that seventh title, aren't they? in terms of the travel, if you are in the uk, you are probably well aware that there has been terrible disruption, how have they found
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travelling to france? do the fans have stories to share? absolutely, and it is worth _ have stories to share? absolutely, and it is worth remembering - have stories to share? absolutely, and it is worth remembering that i and it is worth remembering that liverpool fans don't come just from liverpool, they are from all around the uk, i have spoken to people from ireland, other european countries, even people that i hear from the united states of america and as far afield as that, there have been travel problems because some of the flight delays, the delays at dover, lots of people arrived yesterday, some of them, the journey was delayed, they are just hoping some of them, the journey was delayed, they arejust hoping —— some of them, the journey was delayed, they are just hoping —— you get the sense from talking to a lot of these fans that many of them took the decision to drive because of the problems that have been in the airport and the fact that the eurostar was completely booked out. they have taken the decision to drive themselves. ivan spoke to one chap who said he wrote himself across the channel, but people determined to be here, even if they don't have tickets, they want to be part of this great party here, this brilliant atmosphere, they have made every effort to make it here because
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the champions league is so important to this club. ., , the champions league is so important to this club. . , ., to this club. dan, i am 'ust going to this club. dan, i am 'ust going to “um to this club. dan, i am 'ust going to jump in — to this club. dan, i am 'ust going to jump in very h to this club. dan, i am just going to jump in very quickly. - to this club. dan, i am just going to jump in very quickly. stay - to this club. dan, i am just goingj to jump in very quickly. stay with me, don't go anywhere, what we're showing our viewers right now are riot police in paris, believejust outside the stade de france, just walking across a gangway, a bridge not sure that is towards the stadium itself or away from it but the shot that we have got, you can see some of the coaches, that we have it, thatis of the coaches, that we have it, that is the stade de france, looking pretty quiet around the gates in the entrance about one of those bridges leading away from the stade de france did show riot police walking along there. obviously, dan, that is along there. obviously, dan, that is a huge crowd you have just described. we have heard that some of the problems are chaotic and it is to do with access, what sort of
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feel do you get, in terms of security around where you are in the streets of paris, and how quickly the crowd behind you is going to be able to dissipate once it is all over? ., able to dissipate once it is all over? . , , ., over? there are huge numbers of olice over? there are huge numbers of police out — over? there are huge numbers of police out on _ over? there are huge numbers of police out on the _ over? there are huge numbers of police out on the streets - over? there are huge numbers of police out on the streets of - over? there are huge numbers ofj police out on the streets of paris, we believe seven or 8000 from the national police, from the gendarme and the crs, different police forces that have all been brought in from paris to keep this event safe, and it is worth remembering, there is the french open also on this weekend, so it is a big sporting weekend, so it is a big sporting weekend in paris. the police are under pressure, the travel networks. everything here has been entirely peaceful, a large number of police officers on duty butjust stood around, having really good banter with the liverpool fans. what is actually going on a little dashed in and around the stade de france is unclear. we are six miles away from it here, this is where liverpool fans were told to come if they didn't have tickets, a safe space
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set aside where they can gather and have a drink and watch the game. there were only 20,000 tickets given to each side for the matchso 20,000 liverpool fans, 20,000 real madrid fans. exactly who is taking the other a0,000 tickets has been a question that many fans have been asking, is that corporate is? french football fans, what is uefa doing with all the tickets? what is going on that means this match has been delayed? there is a busy sound of a situation around the stade de france that the french police are having to deal with. we won't see kick off until 8:30pm. you canjust sense in the crowd here a bit of frustration about that. they want to know what is going on, they want to know why there is a delay, they want to say, frankly, their team come out and play because there has been so much anticipation around this game, so
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many fans looking forward to it, feeling positive, feeling confident, wanting to get the goals in early and hammer home the success so they can take back the european cup, and if there is any further delay, i think we may see a bit more frustration setting into this crowd and then there is a question at the end of the day about where people will die. 30 or a0,000 people write down this —— where people will die. —— where people will go. at the moment, we are waiting to see exactly what is happening and when the game can take off.— the game can take off. thank you very much _ the game can take off. thank you very much for— the game can take off. thank you very much for that. _ the game can take off. thank you very much for that. so, _ the game can take off. thank you very much for that. so, a - the game can take off. thank you very much for that. so, a delay . the game can take off. thank you| very much for that. so, a delay to the champions league match. when that kicks off, we will let you know. president biden has
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urged americans to "make their voices heard" as he renewed his appeal for tighter gun controls. it follows the massacre at a school in texas, in which 19 children and two teachers died. meanwhile, the former us president, donald trump, and other leading republicans have dismissed calls for gun reform — saying the shooting was a reason to arm, not disarm. our north america correspondent, barbara plett usher, reports. just days ago, children cowered on the floor in this school as a killer armed with assault rifles stalked their classroom. the latest victims of a uniquely american tragedy. president biden addressed the parents�* heartbreak at a speech at a graduation ceremony. he will be visiting the town tomorrow. those parents are literally preparing to bury their children. in the united states of america, to bury their children. there's too much violence, too much fear. too much grief. the massacre thrust the issue of gun control back into national focus. gun rights activists say
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they were horrified by the violence. but the national rifle association went ahead with its convention in texas, supported by its high—profile champion. like others, he insisted the solution had nothing to do with guns. the existence of evil in our world is not a reason to disarm law—abiding citizens who know how to use their weapon and can protect a lot of people. the existence of evil is one of the very best reasons to arm law—abiding citizens. it's taking our babies! the convention was a target for growing outrage over mass shootings with assault weapons, and over the fierce opposition to gun control in the republican party. here in uvalde people say something has to be done, but they are reluctant to get into the bitter partisan debate over gun restrictions. and they are consumed with the process of grieving, planning funerals now that will start to take place in the coming days. the sorrow here is mixed with anger over mistakes made by the police. this man, ruben mata montemayor, heard the gunshots from a distance.
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he found out later they'd killed his great—granddaughter. where was the police that's supposed to be there to protect those kids? why, why, why? there are no answers here. they are beseeching a higher power to help them. barbara plett usher, bbc news, uvalde, texas. dewey cornelljoins me from charlottesville, he is a professor of education at the university of virginia and specialises in school safety. thank you very much forjoining us here on bbc news. hearing that there was this delay in police acting at an active shooting incident, what are your thoughts on that? well. an active shooting incident, what are your thoughts on that? well, we have a plague _ are your thoughts on that? well, we have a plague in _ are your thoughts on that? well, we have a plague in the _ are your thoughts on that? well, we have a plague in the united - are your thoughts on that? well, we have a plague in the united states, | have a plague in the united states, a plague of gun violence. there is a vaccine for the plague but we don't
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have it, but we don't have it, you have it, but we don't have it, you haveitin have it, but we don't have it, you have it in the uk and most of europe, and it is reasonable gun safety laws to limit access to firearms. and without that vaccine, we are at the mercy of this plague, and it doesn'tjust occur in schools, in fact, and it doesn'tjust occur in schools, infact, it and it doesn'tjust occur in schools, in fact, it occurs less often in schools and restaurants and stores in every other place. i don't want to give you the impression that schools are especially unsafe places, we have this plague everywhere, and we need to address it in more thanjust everywhere, and we need to address it in more than just the school. but it in more than 'ust the school. but the are it in more thanjust the school. but they are extremely vulnerable and easy targets, aren't they? i mean, what went wrong?— easy targets, aren't they? i mean, what went wrong? well, according to law enforcement _ what went wrong? well, according to law enforcement authorities, - what went wrong? well, according to law enforcement authorities, the - law enforcement authorities, the police arrived but did not act. and there was a long delay before they took action. and, of course, when somebody suggested we arm teachers, why would we expect teachers to do a better job
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why would we expect teachers to do a betterjob than 18 trained law enforcement officers? the solution is really not at the time of the shooting. at the time of the shooting, it is too late to prevent the violence. if we want to prevent the violence. if we want to prevent the violence, we have to start much before the shooter arrives at the door. we need to think about identifying individuals who are troubled and distress. we find most of these mass shooters are leaked intentions, they post things, they talk to friends, family memos are worried about them. people are concerned in these cases, but we don't follow through on those concerns. that is where we need threat assessment, multidisciplinary threat assessment, multidisciplinary threat assessment, multidisciplinary threat assessment teams that can evaluate and intervene with individuals who are on a pathway to violence long before they show up with had done. in our research, we have found we have been able to use threat assessment to intervene in many many cases. bud threat assessment to intervene in many many cases-— many many cases. and who is in char: e many many cases. and who is in charge of— many many cases. and who is in charge of those _ many many cases. and who is in charge of those threat _ many many cases. and who is in - charge of those threat assessments? it is the fbi, the school?—
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it is the fbi, the school? threat assessment _ it is the fbi, the school? threat assessment teams _ it is the fbi, the school? threat assessment teams can - it is the fbi, the school? threat assessment teams can operate | it is the fbi, the school? threat i assessment teams can operate at it is the fbi, the school? threat - assessment teams can operate at the school level, working primarily with students and they can operate a the queue at a level. in schools, there are multidisciplinary teams. in the communities, they are operated by a collaboration between law enforcement and community mental health services. we enforcement and community mental health services.— health services. we often hear, don't we. _ health services. we often hear, don't we, after _ health services. we often hear, don't we, after the _ health services. we often hear, don't we, after the event, - health services. we often hear, don't we, after the event, thatl health services. we often hear, . don't we, after the event, that this person had been identified, that they had been posting material? you are saying that i did a pleasure means to be looked at, clearly it is there —— you are saying that identification needs to be looked at. why is that not happening? taste at. why is that not happening? we have a at. why is that not happening? - have a culture of not wanting to report people because we think it is snitching rather than helping. we don't have adequate mental health services. we need to have a culture of reaching out and helping people
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who seem alienated and distressed rather than leaving them on their own. ~ ., ., ., , own. we heard from donald trump sa in: own. we heard from donald trump saying that — own. we heard from donald trump saying that the _ own. we heard from donald trump saying that the solution _ own. we heard from donald trump saying that the solution is - own. we heard from donald trump saying that the solution is to - own. we heard from donald trump saying that the solution is to arm. | saying that the solution is to arm. you talk there ever culture, there is something missing there, what is the answer?— is something missing there, what is the answer? ~ ., ., ~ , the answer? what do americans think? the vast majority _ the answer? what do americans think? the vast majority of _ the answer? what do americans think? the vast majority of americans - the answer? what do americans think? the vast majority of americans want. the vast majority of americans want background checks. they want registration and control of guns so that individuals who should not have guns can be separated from them or kept from obtaining them. however, this is more of a political issue. the science is very clear that restrictions on gun ownership lead to less gun violence, even in the united states when we compare localities in states that have more restrictive control of guns, we have less gun violence. and you in the uk and other countries, you have good controls of guns and you have far less gun violence than we have.
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thank you very much for your time, professor. thank you very much for your time, rofessor. . ., thank you very much for your time, rofessor. ., ~ , ., here, travel has been disrupted in parts of the country after airlines cancelled flights at the start of the half term break. both tui and easyjet apologised, blaming a range of issues including air traffic restrictions. there were queues at the port of dover too as liverpool fans heading to parisjoined other holidaymakers heading across the channel. our correspondent simonjones has the latest. the great getaway is not so great when you're stuck in queues at dover. football fans and half term holiday makers faced delays of several hours. charlotte nobbs was trying to hitchhike her way to see family in france after exhausting other options. i was supposed to go and fly this morning back to france. my flight got cancelled so i did a bit of off the top of my head, ticket, train to dover and hoped i could hitchhike my way back home. well, not home technically, but... lots of disruption. lots of disruptions. how are you feeling?
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tired. we're only from maidstone, so it's as minutes' drive. and it's taken us about six and a half hours, seven hours. seven and a half hours. _ seven and a half hours now, sorry. seven and a half hours to get to this point. as well as a big increase in tourist traffic, p&o are running a reduced ferry service after sacking 800 workers earlier this year, and there are now increased post—brexit checks. it's adding up to a bit of a perfect storm here in dover. hundreds of lorries were also trying to cross the channel. the coast guard brought in to distribute food and drink to those delayed. people were queueing around the block for eurostar services at st pancras in london but some won't get away at all. easyjet has cancelled more than 200 flights over the next ten days. rob gore and his three children boarded their tui flight to turkey only for it to be cancelled. he faces missing a family wedding. they've been heartbroken, and when the news was announced on the plane by the pilot,
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the kids just burst into tears. notjust ours, but every other kid on there. airlines, airports, ports and ferry companies are apologising for the disruption, but are warning there may be more difficult days ahead. simonjones, bbc news, dover. and we'll find out how this story — and many others — are covered in tomorrow's front pages at 10:30 and 11:30 this evening in the papers — our guestsjoining me tonight are the broadcaster and psychotherapist lucy beresford and ali miraj — columnist at the article. i hope you canjoin us for i hope you can join us for that.
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submitted letters of no confidence in borisjohnson, in the wake of the partygate report. more than half a dozen tories have urged the prime minister to step down, since the senior civil servant, sue gray, published her full findings earlier this week, on lockdown gatherings in and around downing street. prince william has overseen the final rehearsal for trooping the colour — ahead of thejubilee this week. the ceremony — performed by regiments of the british army — will be part of the queen's birthday parade — which takes place on thursday. prince william was taking part in his role as colonel of the irish guards. more than 1,a00 parading soldiers, 200 horses and a00 musicians will be involved. a beautiful site. now it's time for a look at the weather with chris. so like these were very typical. the clouds started to break apart and in scarborough that is how we ended the day. plenty of sunshine, some fairly big waves hitting the coast line on
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