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but for perseverance, it was kim si—woo's day, stuck still. but with his next shot, watch... when they talk about celebrating the challenges of this place... commentator: please... 0h, what's a putt! ..they mean this. joe wilson, bbc news, st andrews. time for a look at the weather, here's sarah keith—lucas. we have had a little bit of a lull in the temperatures over the past 2a hours, but those temperatures will be building day on day for the next four or five days. be building day on day for the next four orfive days. so be building day on day for the next four or five days. so some really intense heat on the way in this forecast. it was a beautiful end to the day and this is earlier on this evening in wolverhampton. we have seen temperatures up into the mid 20s in the warmer spots in the south over the day, but the met office haveissued over the day, but the met office have issued an amber extreme heat morning and this is not something we
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see very often and it is across much of england and wales, valid from sunday until tuesday, and that is when we see the peak of this upcoming heatwave. some of the impacts we are likely to see, widespread health impacts, notjust for the vulnerable. could be widespread transport disruption, you might want to make alternative plans through the course of monday and tuesday, they could be power cuts around as well. we have a few splashes of rain to come this evening and tonight over northern ireland and scotland. further south for england and wales it will be remaining largely dry and clean. not too muggy for sleeping, temperatures ten to 14 first thing tomorrow. friday brings patchy rain for parts of scotland, northern england as well. the cloud breaks up through the course of the day in northern ireland seeing sunny spells coming through in the south remaining largely dry and fine. temperatures 26, 27 and typically the high teens or low 20s further north. as we move
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through friday night into saturday, a bit of rain across the far north—west of scotland, dry and clear elsewhere. temperatures on saturday will be up to about the high 20s across parts of england and wales. typically the low 20s for scotland and northern ireland. moving through the second half of the weekend, it turns even hotter and temperatures in the low 30s by the time we get to sunday and we see those temperatures peaking in for monday and tuesday. that is it for bbc news at ten on thursday the 14th ofjuly. more analysis on newsnight, just getting under way on bbc two. it is christian standing by in the studio tonight. on bbc one, the news continues because our colleagues in the nations and regions are standing by with the news where you are. but thank you for watching and good night.
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hello, and welcome to our look ahead to what the papers will be bringing us tomorrow. with me are sienna rodgers, senior writer at the house magazine, and kate maltby, who's a columnist for the i newspaper. tomorrow's front pages, starting with... "penny's in heaven," the metro front page reports on the conservative leadership contest and candidate penny mordaunt�*s success today pushing further ahead after round two of voting. but the i newspaper's front strikes a different tone, saying tory rivals are turning on mordaunt ahead of the upcoming tv debates that could change the course of the contest. the telegraph leads on more manoeuvres by liz truss supporter lord frost, who has today urged candidate kemi badenoch to stand down and back the foreign secretary. the times reports on attorney general suella braverman, who today
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lost in the round of voting and has since said she will be backing liz truss. the mirror leads on the heatwave and how nhs doctors fear that there could be a surge in heat—related illness and deaths as temperatures may reach highs of a0 degrees. and last week, the ft reports on the airline emirates�* criticism of heathrow and their decision to cap passenger flights as "armageddon". emirates say they would ignore the move in growing backlash against the airport. so, let's begin. good evening to both of you. if you for agreeing to come on and let's start with the politics and the front page of the metro. any's in heaven, not a bad headline though she has not won anything yet and is a long way from anything like that.
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can you start us off and kick us off on where we are with the tory leadership race?— leadership race? yes, this is i was a featuring on _ leadership race? yes, this is i was a featuring on most _ leadership race? yes, this is i was a featuring on most of _ leadership race? yes, this is i was a featuring on most of the - leadership race? yes, this is i was a featuring on most of the front i a featuring on most of the front pages, is the big story, everyone and westminster is watching and seeing what happens in this kind of odd process where people are knocked out at each round and this is just a at the moment. it is not going out membership yet or anything, and then as mps get knocked out as contenders get knocked out, their votes to get redistributed and people start supporting the front runners. the people kind of changing their votes each time, so at the moment it looks like penny mordaunt is doing very well. so rishi sunak is actually ahead and you probably would not know it from most of the front pages as they all talk about penny mordaunt but rishi sunak has the most votes at the moment and he had his slick launch characteristically. penny mordaunt really have the excitement around here as she has
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shown today the biggest increase in votes and there is a real feeling that actually she will be best placed to win a general election so looking ahead to who could beat keir starmer, who has qualities that keir starmer, who has qualities that keir starmer might find difficult to oppose people think penny mordaunt is that person at the moment. so suella braverman, if you mention to come if you get knocked out today so people are not at the moment taking themselves out of the race. they are just being knocked out. so we have got the next few days of debates we are going to have with the conservative home doing hustings and channel for an sky on tuesday for various debates and i think those performances could really change this race because so far it's massively fluctuated and people seem to be quite ready to be convinced by various people. and if someone puts in a their performance, i think they
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could be in serious trouble and could be in serious trouble and could even withdraw.— could even withdraw. could be interesting _ could even withdraw. could be interesting and _ could even withdraw. could be interesting and i'm _ could even withdraw. could be interesting and i'm sure - could even withdraw. could be interesting and i'm sure many| could even withdraw. could be - interesting and i'm sure many people across the country will be surprised to suddenly hear penny mordaunt, the probably would not be able to plot of a line—up, today had a big mama and that continues tomorrow with her face on lots of the front pages. let's go to the ipa with their headline tory rivals turn on penny mordaunt as favourite faces tv trial. talk us through this headline.— trial. talk us through this headline. , ., ., headline. yes, so first off, to go back to your _ headline. yes, so first off, to go back to your comment _ headline. yes, so first off, to go back to your comment about - headline. yes, so first off, to go i back to your comment about penny mordaunt being someone who when people _ mordaunt being someone who when people would wake up not having heard _ people would wake up not having heard of— people would wake up not having heard of or she is and presented as this submarine figure who hasjust suddenly— this submarine figure who hasjust suddenly emerged into prominence, i understand _ suddenly emerged into prominence, i understand that that's true of the nation _ understand that that's true of the nation at — understand that that's true of the nation at whole but i have been quite _ nation at whole but i have been quite amused for the number of people — quite amused for the number of people even with a westminster who has her_ people even with a westminster who has her talking about penny mordaunt is some _ has her talking about penny mordaunt is some kind of new faith recently. if is some kind of new faith recently. if you _ is some kind of new faith recently. if you have — is some kind of new faith recently. if you have been paying attention to penny _ if you have been paying attention to penny mordaunt in westminster over the last_ penny mordaunt in westminster over the last two years and frankly you have _ the last two years and frankly you have not— the last two years and frankly you have not been paying attention. i
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wrote _ have not been paying attention. i wrote a _ have not been paying attention. i wrote a piece in 2019 talking her up for the _ wrote a piece in 2019 talking her up for the guardian as the best possible _ for the guardian as the best possible leadership candidate back then _ possible leadership candidate back then she — possible leadership candidate back then. she of course decided in the end not— then. she of course decided in the end not to — then. she of course decided in the end not to run. she endorsed jeremy hunt and _ end not to run. she endorsed jeremy hunt and she was very clear that she did not— hunt and she was very clear that she did not think borisjohnson hunt and she was very clear that she did not think boris johnson was a suitable — did not think boris johnson was a suitable figure to lead the conservative party, as a result of which _ conservative party, as a result of which he — conservative party, as a result of which he punished her and excluded her from _ which he punished her and excluded her from his cabinet. which he punished her and excluded herfrom his cabinet. so which he punished her and excluded her from his cabinet. so people are wondering — her from his cabinet. so people are wondering what they have not heard of her _ wondering what they have not heard of her and _ wondering what they have not heard of her and why she is not been prominent _ of her and why she is not been prominent in the last two years and that's— prominent in the last two years and that's for— prominent in the last two years and that's for a — prominent in the last two years and that's for a simple reason, she has her principles and stuck to them and as a result _ her principles and stuck to them and as a result had her political career suffered under boris johnson as a result had her political career suffered under borisjohnson but of course _ suffered under borisjohnson but of course now— suffered under borisjohnson but of course now she is back and to go back to _ course now she is back and to go back to the — course now she is back and to go back to the i, i've written the lead cotumn— back to the i, i've written the lead column for— back to the i, i've written the lead column for politics in the addition to which— column for politics in the addition to which talks about some of that but i _ to which talks about some of that but i think— to which talks about some of that but i think we focus on in the paper is she _ but i think we focus on in the paper is she does— but i think we focus on in the paper is she does now have a target on her back _ is she does now have a target on her back that's— is she does now have a target on her back. that's very clear. cns of the momentum is with her and she has gained _ momentum is with her and she has gained more votes than rishi sunak even though he still has a larger
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overall— even though he still has a larger overall total. his lead is no longer increasing — overall total. his lead is no longer increasing by the same amount. and i think we _ increasing by the same amount. and i think we are _ increasing by the same amount. and i think we are going to see a lot more nasty— think we are going to see a lot more nasty stuff— think we are going to see a lot more nasty stuff coming out of the woodwork as people are frankly desperate to keep her off the ballot and desperate to keep her off the ballot because they have shown and we have _ ballot because they have shown and we have seen those polls coming out again _ we have seen those polls coming out again and _ we have seen those polls coming out again and again saying if she gets onto the — again and again saying if she gets onto the ballot, the membership loves _ onto the ballot, the membership ioves her— onto the ballot, the membership loves her and will probably vote for her. , ., ., her. interesting and we were warned beforehand that _ her. interesting and we were warned beforehand that there _ her. interesting and we were warned beforehand that there work - her. interesting and we were warned beforehand that there work of - beforehand that there work of service might warning this could get pretty brutal. these leadership contests often do and it seems like it is adding that way. to the front page of the daily telegraph, same story, but i want to get into here lord frost urges kemi badenoch to stand down for liz truss. getting into the weeds little bit about the right of the party and what kind of manoeuvres they are on. yes. right of the party and what kind of manoeuvres they are on.- manoeuvres they are on. yes, so we 'ust manoeuvres they are on. yes, so we just talked _ manoeuvres they are on. yes, so we just talked about _ manoeuvres they are on. yes, so we
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just talked about maybe _ manoeuvres they are on. yes, so we just talked about maybe some - manoeuvres they are on. yes, so we just talked about maybe some quite | just talked about maybe some quite harsh comments, some blue on blue attacks and lord frost is one of the people we can say because he has criticised penny mordaunt and made it quite clear that they do not want her on the ballot. and with this telegraph article, he has really said the quiet part out loud. he said the quiet part out loud. he said we need unity among free marketeers and basically he is saying everyone specifically now, kemi badenoch, because suella braverman has been knocked out of the race because she is in third place in the moment, she is the best placed person from the right of the conservative party to get onto that ballot, the final ballot with just two contenders. so he is saying kemi badenoch and suella braverman set
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out convincing programmes but liz truss has the depth of experience in energy and ideas and that should put her in the lead. basically kemi badenoch is a very... talking about penny mordaunt being a fresh face people out in the country and maybe even people in westminster even though she's been preparing this leadership bid for a long time, but kemi badenoch is even less will not people really won't have a clue who she is even though i think some people have been excited by her campaign. she is standing on a very similar platform to suella braverman so that was a bit of surprise that... perhaps not a surprise but suella braverman could have backed kemi badenoch but she did not, she has backed liz truss but the pressure is on to unite behind liz truss. . ~ pressure is on to unite behind liz truss. ., ~' , ., , . pressure is on to unite behind liz truss. ., ,, , ., , . ., ., truss. thank you very much for that and it was quite _ truss. thank you very much for that and it was quite a _ truss. thank you very much for that and it was quite a lot of _ truss. thank you very much for that and it was quite a lot of detail- truss. thank you very much for that and it was quite a lot of detail and l and it was quite a lot of detail and really interesting because that is the kind of elements and splits
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within the party that you need a bit of time to explore. taking a bit of a step back i suppose and a wider perspective for a second, what do you make overall of the race of the candidates and where this leads us? i think it's going to get nastier before — i think it's going to get nastier before it — i think it's going to get nastier before it gets cleaner. i think it's all to— before it gets cleaner. i think it's all to play for between rishi sunak, penny— all to play for between rishi sunak, penny mordaunt a liz truss to see who gets — penny mordaunt a liz truss to see who gets on that final ballot. and i think as _ who gets on that final ballot. and i think as we — who gets on that final ballot. and i think as we get into the stage of wheeling — think as we get into the stage of wheeling and dealing and this question of who are the other candidates going to back up and support, — candidates going to back up and support, one thing i would stress is however— support, one thing i would stress is however much one talks about policy and principle and he was a one nation — and principle and he was a one nation candidate and who is a libertarian candidate and all of those — libertarian candidate and all of those things, which intimately can be the _ those things, which intimately can be the same thing, what we tend to forget _ be the same thing, what we tend to forget is _ be the same thing, what we tend to forget is actually a lovely people have worked together very tightly for a very— have worked together very tightly for a very long time in a hothouse atmosphere and an awful lot of this within— come down to old—school personal grievances. the most important thing
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you can _ grievances. the most important thing you can do _ grievances. the most important thing you can do in — grievances. the most important thing you can do in a leadership race is be the _ you can do in a leadership race is be the person with the fewest personal— be the person with the fewest personal enemies, the person who has created _ personal enemies, the person who has created the _ personal enemies, the person who has created the least grudges over who stole whose girlfriend on the terrace — stole whose girlfriend on the terrace 20 years ago. that kind of thing _ terrace 20 years ago. that kind of thing so— terrace 20 years ago. that kind of thing. so for simple if you look at the way— thing. so for simple if you look at the way that supporters of someone like tom _ the way that supporters of someone like tom tugendhat might break down, i'm a like tom tugendhat might break down, i'm a big _ like tom tugendhat might break down, i'm a big admirer of his and i think someone— i'm a big admirer of his and i think someone who would be great leading the party, increase looks like he may not— the party, increase looks like he may not make the ballot, although you never— may not make the ballot, although you never know, he is a brilliant tv performers — you never know, he is a brilliant tv performers everything can change there and — performers everything can change there and i know there has been a huge _ there and i know there has been a huge amount of pressure on him to back a _ huge amount of pressure on him to back a candidate. at the top, penny mordauht's— back a candidate. at the top, penny mordaunt's team are willing him desperately in our super keen to get them _ desperately in our super keen to get them on _ desperately in our super keen to get them on board but i think if you look— them on board but i think if you look at — them on board but i think if you look at his— them on board but i think if you look at his individual supporters, there _ look at his individual supporters, there are — look at his individual supporters, there are quite a few who whoever he personally _ there are quite a few who whoever he personally goes for, some will go for it rishi — personally goes for, some will go for it rishi sunak us and we'll go for it rishi sunak us and we'll go for penny mordaunt and some even might— for penny mordaunt and some even might go— for penny mordaunt and some even might go for liz truss, so the idea
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and a _ might go for liz truss, so the idea and a lot— might go for liz truss, so the idea and a lot of— might go for liz truss, so the idea and a lot of that is for deeply personal— and a lot of that is for deeply personal reasons. so if you look at someone _ personal reasons. so if you look at someone or— personal reasons. so if you look at someone or a question of who they have worked with before so if you look at _ have worked with before so if you look at someone very senior and respected — look at someone very senior and respected light anne—marie trevelyan, she is been very prominent in tom tugendhat's campaign, he could say he will back penny mordaunt but i think anne—marie might do her own thing and ill— anne—marie might do her own thing and i'll be _ anne—marie might do her own thing and i'll be surprised if she did not transfer— and i'll be surprised if she did not transfer her support to rishi sunak. so there _ transfer her support to rishi sunak. so there is— transfer her support to rishi sunak. so there is not a hard and simple maths _ so there is not a hard and simple maths to— so there is not a hard and simple maths to this. you cannot just line up columns — maths to this. you cannot just line up columns and shift them like army rates _ up columns and shift them like army rates on_ up columns and shift them like army rates on a — up columns and shift them like army rates. on a board. it's all personal. _ rates. on a board. it's all personal, it's all nasty, and... you have _ personal, it's all nasty, and... you have to _ personal, it's all nasty, and... you have to get — personal, it's all nasty, and... you have to get into the weeds with this _ have to get into the weeds with this. ., ., , this. you have teed it up really over the weekend _ this. you have teed it up really over the weekend with - this. you have teed it up really over the weekend with a - this. you have teed it up really over the weekend with a tv . this. you have teed it up really - over the weekend with a tv debate coming and lots to come and will keep an eye out very closely on that but unfortunately we cannot only talk about politics as there are other new stories in the front pages
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so i'm going to whisk us onto the front page of the ft and we will go to the top story there on the top of the page, burning issue, oilfalls below invasion level, referring to the invasion of ukraine. this is important because oil tells us so much for the state of the economy around the world generally as well. yes, so obviously the framing of the story is probably a little different to how we usually see papers that are not the ft as this kind of story being framed because usually tourists candidates to briefly revisit politics there will be talking about fuel prices and cutting vat in that sort of thing, the story says oil prices fell more than 5% yesterday and wiping off all the gains made since russia invaded ukraine less than five months ago. so there is only a little bit of the story on this front page but it's kind of referring to the fact that it points to an economic slowdown
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actually while it will

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