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interview, then adding, and for the interview, then adding, how to respond to that and to pass the area of abuse is so private to so many people that it is not surprising that they're very deep feelings indeed. but the palaces issued a clarification tonight and thatis issued a clarification tonight and that is always the sign that they're getting a lot of phone calls when something happens there at this time of night. in the archbishop was specifically when saying we must become a more forgiving society something that is a suggestion and they're backing away from specifically saying the things andrew is trying to make amends that is a good thing. i'm sure it will get more coverage tomorrow, much to the delight. let's move on to the guardian and travel chaos. you are not away this week were you? i was
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in. s not away this week were you? i was in. 5 know, — not away this week were you? i was in. 5 know, obviously _ not away this week were you? i was in. 5 know, obviously the _ not away this week were you? i —" in. 5 know, obviously the street thatis in. 5 know, obviously the street that is dominated the last couple of daysin that is dominated the last couple of days in the build—up, flights been cancelled. for days in the build-up, flights been cancelled. ., ., , , cancelled. for the horrible stories out there for _ cancelled. for the horrible stories out there for people _ cancelled. for the horrible stories out there for people and - cancelled. for the horrible stories out there for people and it - cancelled. for the horrible stories out there for people and it is - cancelled. for the horrible stories out there for people and it is such a shame _ out there for people and it is such a shame because so many people so desperate _ a shame because so many people so desperate to get away from her break to china _ desperate to get away from her break to china get away from lockdown. —— get away for a break and trying to get— —— get away for a break and trying to get away— —— get away for a break and trying to get away from lockdown. and with the spirit repeated in the summer will he _ the spirit repeated in the summer will he to— the spirit repeated in the summer will he to sorted out by then? find will he to sorted out by then? and the furlough. _ will he to sorted out by then? jifuc the furlough, money will he to sorted out by then? fific the furlough, money that will he to sorted out by then? elic the furlough, money that was supposed to encourage companies to take the metis people on their books i'm sure they did keep some people on the books but a thought that is all right, they began taking the can
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back and they discover their a lot more to see jobs of there. is more to see jobs of there. is another interesting thing to notice the working conditions in the travel industry and i don't think is particularly much incentive for a lot of people to go back and we are in a position where there's so many shortages and jobs in vacancies and you would've thought the travel industry which have suffered so much through the pandemic and through work or sleeping in the kind of impact of brexit on top of that would be doing a huge recruitment drive to make sure that operations run smoothly, but it's a shame for a lot of people that i think would've saved up and had coupons from missed holidays from over the pandemic i think a lot of people will be travelling for the first time since the first, when the virus was broke out and is a shame but help in the
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next couple of days leading up to the weekend, but it is resolved for this people. ml; the weekend, but it is resolved for this pewte— this people. my editor pointed out that if a photo _ this people. my editor pointed out that if a photo of _ this people. my editor pointed out that if a photo of prince _ this people. my editor pointed out that if a photo of prince george. l that if a photo of prince george. during his bid for thejubilee and surviving thejubilee, a guide. 5 you have to submit the queen's long longevity and will be cherished. i heard republicans saying that he she keeps her views for herself. i will certainly be celebrating my own way and i'm working for the majority of it but i will sneak in some celebration and i don't think many
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people, if you are opposed to the monarchy and not that bothered about it, everyone loves a bank holiday at a party. it, everyone loves a bank holiday at a -a . ., . , ., a party. for the next city of culture unveiled _ a party. for the next city of culture unveiled from - a party. for the next city of culture unveiled from bbc. a party. for the next city of. culture unveiled from bbc one earlier this evening. yorkshire post, will be quite right for them to have the story. the predecessor was coventry. _ to have the story. the predecessor was coventry. if— to have the story. the predecessor was coventry, if not _ to have the story. the predecessor was coventry, if not mistaken - to have the story. the predecessor was coventry, if not mistaken in i to have the story. the predecessorl was coventry, if not mistaken in the midlands and i'm not too far from bradford and i will be flying the flag for anywhere in yorkshire and i think bradford such an amazing multicultural city and they put quite a lot of effort into this bid and a lot of work is gone into it and a lot of work is gone into it and is great to know that the next city of culture is going to be in
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yorkshire. city of culture is going to be in yorkshire-— city of culture is going to be in yorkshire. , ., �* ., ., ., yorkshire. they don't get a lot of cash, they _ yorkshire. they don't get a lot of cash, they get — yorkshire. they don't get a lot of cash, they get the _ yorkshire. they don't get a lot of cash, they get the big _ yorkshire. they don't get a lot of cash, they get the big drum - yorkshire. they don't get a lot of cash, they get the big drum roll. cash, they get the big drum roll everything but especially towards £95,000 which is a lot of money to an individual but very little when it comes to sustaining a series of events over a year. as was the argument is a bit like these major events and i think that's my big experience of the olympic and of the big sporting events. it is also associated with economic benefits and the extra levels of tension and investment that comes through that. but the commission to talk about this all day. i5 but the commission to talk about this all day-— this all day. is trying to give the sense that _ this all day. is trying to give the sense that things _ this all day. is trying to give the sense that things are _ this all day. is trying to give the sense that things are trying - this all day. is trying to give the sense that things are trying to l sense that things are trying to progress — sense that things are trying to progress is normal and we had a minister— progress is normal and we had a minister on_ progress is normal and we had a minister on the area trying to talk about_ minister on the area trying to talk about it _ minister on the area trying to talk about it but he got asked all the time _ about it but he got asked all the time and — about it but he got asked all the time and nadine doris picking the announcement still fielding questions about boris johnson and so, one _
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questions about boris johnson and so, one could story amongst all the controversx — so, one could story amongst all the controversy. we so, one could story amongst all the controversy-— controversy. we don't tend to get done with such _ controversy. we don't tend to get done with such a _ controversy. we don't tend to get done with such a flamboyant - controversy. we don't tend to get i done with such a flamboyant strong role i suppose, this is the time because your profile up if other events moving fast. you mentioned in your background of sport, as a sports editor, what did you make of what happened in paris over the weekend? it what happened in paris over the weekend? ., , what happened in paris over the weekend? . , ., , what happened in paris over the weekend? ., , , ,, what happened in paris over the weekend? ., , , ., weekend? it was really shocking and the wei . ht weekend? it was really shocking and the weight of — weekend? it was really shocking and the weight of the _ weekend? it was really shocking and the weight of the french _ weekend? it was really shocking and | the weight of the french government seem _ the weight of the french government seem to _ the weight of the french government seem to resort to blaming liverpool fans was _ seem to resort to blaming liverpool fans was given the history of the club, _ fans was given the history of the club, it— fans was given the history of the club, it felt really, really clumsy and i_ club, it felt really, really clumsy and i know — club, it felt really, really clumsy and i know that there is bound to have _ and i know that there is bound to have lreen— and i know that there is bound to have been somebody who did not have tickets _ have been somebody who did not have tickets read _ have been somebody who did not have tickets read fake tickets, but seemed _ tickets read fake tickets, but seemed to me that the numbers of french— seemed to me that the numbers of french ministers had were banding to
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be about— french ministers had were banding to be about and this uefa investigation atiust_ be about and this uefa investigation atjust look to be about and this uefa investigation at just look to me that policing cyclical — at just look to me that policing cyclical by the wrong and riot police, — cyclical by the wrong and riot police, some of the encounters were 'ust police, some of the encounters were just heavy— handed police, some of the encounters were just heavy—handed i live with it. of interesting — just heavy—handed i live with it. of interesting to see where the if investigation falls after very bad night _ investigation falls after very bad night for— investigation falls after very bad night for football. that's it for the papers this hour. joanna and david will be back again at 11:30 for our second look at the front pages, but it's goodbye from us for now. good evening.
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oleksandr zinchenko couldn't hold back the tears as he spoke on tuesday on the eve of ukraine's world cup qualifier against scotland. the match which takes place in glasgow on wednesday, was rescheduled from march after russia's invasion of ukraine, who are certain to earn the support of fans around the world in their first competitive match since the war started. i hope there will still be a lot of people but we understand the situation that maybe there is no opportunity for that lot of ukrainian people to come and watch the game but i'm pretty sure that all ukraine will watch us and we will feel the sport. that's100%. many thanks and to be fair, we can speak a lot, but we need to do so on the pitch and that's what they're going to try to do.
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it's a massive game for scotland as well. but manager steve clarke says he empathises with the complexity of the fixture. the situation surrounding the game, i started a long time ago, but the injune and that will mean the situation ukraine is improved, but we are still here. we will be guided ljy we are still here. we will be guided by ukrainians as to how they felt and they felt the game should go ahead and they made a decision to get there pressed out to training camp and they want to play, they want to try and give the nation of boost by qualifying and so, the game goes ahead and still come with a horrific outside, chris, we focus on the game of football. the winners at hampden will play wales in a final qualifier in cardiff on sunday. but they still have a competitive game in the nations league against poland on wednesday with big players like gareth bale and aaron ramsey expected to be rested. manager rob page admits they have
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their eye on the bigger game. everyone knows the game, it will be performed on the greatest stage in world history since 1958. want to win every game. are not here to make the numbers up, we are here for a complete game of football and on sundays final, don't get me wrong, who when and will be added. england face hungary in the nations league on saturday and west ham's jarrod bowen has been included in the squad for the first time. the winger has come on a huge journey from playing for non—league hereford in 2014 to making the england squad in a world cup year, and bowen can't quite believe the progress he's made. the time, it was confidence for paul, plaintiff my local team and that was it. you have dreams but you don't think someone from this area will get a move to holland in the first place knows just like playing
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follow, cool team and just weekly, out and sometimes i look back at ralph come from and you have to take my hat off to myself and say you know where come from to where i am now. stuart broad says england must play a style of cricket that will attract supporters to watch tests ahead of the first match against new zealand on thursday. it's the first game under new coach brendan mccullum who along with recently appointed captain ben stokes decided to recall both broad and james anderson to the squad. but none of the five days at lord's have sold out. to attract the fans to come and watch the team play is very much we have to build on that style of cricket and have a style of cricket that people want to watch. and cricket and have a style of cricket that people want to watch. and the area, distil that _ that people want to watch. and the area, distil that support _ that people want to watch. and the area, distil that support there - that people want to watch. and the area, distil that support there for l area, distil that support there for the team. but this review with me
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for commitment and we're going to be exciting and draw people to the gates by that she is reading second favourite in the oaks and so she took inspiration from the recent success of rachel. it will be incredible, really, look at the reaction and it makes you when the grand national. one of the greatest trophies in the road when and if i could win a british classic, it would be cream for me, personally. and hopefully it will inspire other women to get into the score. i appreciate how important it is to realise you are and inspiring others
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and i compete on a day—to—day basis on level terms with men on a poke my head out of my little racing bubble, what i do is quite unique or is, i'm socially engaged and if you like one of the lads, almost in, he gets which are doing, relates. through to the french open _ which are doing, relates. through to the french open semifinals - which are doing, relates. through to the french open semifinals after - which are doing, relates. through to the french open semifinals after a l the french open semifinals after a hard—fought area. the 20—year—old german. louis was too strong against 19—year—old and the 64, 64 victory is a tough sell for a place in the finals. in the women's draw coco gauff has reached herfirst ever grand slam semi final after beating fellow american sloane stephens. the 18 year old won her quarter
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final in straight sets 7—5, 6—2. she'll face martina trevisan for a place in the finalshe's also never made it to a grand slam semi before. and that's all the sport for now.
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welcome to newsday, reporting live from singapore. i'm karishma vaswani. the headlines: in eastern ukraine, the governor of the luhansk province says most of the key city of severodonetsk is now in russian hands. the prosecutor of the international criminal court has described ukraine as a crime scene, where they will be carrying out the biggest ever investigation. after more than two months of full lockdown, shanghai eases its covid restrictions. and bts, the wildly popular south korean k—pop group,
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visits the white house to speak about the growth in anti—asian

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