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interesting minister. this move is interesting to fold. _ minister. this move is interesting to fold. one — minister. this move is interesting to fold, one because he says in the interview_ to fold, one because he says in the interview that he is confident that the treasury will follow suit and take on — the treasury will follow suit and take on board this recommendation but of— take on board this recommendation but of course we have lots of speculation and a pretty good idea of who— speculation and a pretty good idea of who the chancellor may well be after the _ of who the chancellor may well be after the tory leadership campaign and contest finishes, but it is unlikely— and contest finishes, but it is unlikely to be nadhim zahawi, so saying _ unlikely to be nadhim zahawi, so saying you — unlikely to be nadhim zahawi, so saying you are confident now is one thing. _ saying you are confident now is one thing. but _ saying you are confident now is one thing, but this is a real move by lord _ thing, but this is a real move by lord harrington to get on the front preferred — lord harrington to get on the front preferred and put pressure on the incoming — preferred and put pressure on the incoming chancellor, whoever that may be, _ incoming chancellor, whoever that may be, to — incoming chancellor, whoever that may be, to ensure that the people who have — may be, to ensure that the people who have given up part of their homes — who have given up part of their homes and have taken in refugees at their time _ homes and have taken in refugees at their time of need are not left suffering _ their time of need are not left suffering financially because of that generosity.— suffering financially because of that generosity. suffering financially because of that renerosi . , . ., , ., ~' that generosity. gemma, do you think that generosity. gemma, do you think that lord harrington _ that generosity. gemma, do you think that lord harrington is _ that generosity. gemma, do you think that lord harrington is right _ that generosity. gemma, do you think that lord harrington is right to - that generosity. gemma, do you think that lord harrington is right to be - that lord harrington is right to be optimistic? do you think this is one of those things that should be or
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may come across as a bit of a no—brainer, really? i may come across as a bit of a no-brainer, really?— may come across as a bit of a no-brainer, really? i think so, yes, because these _ no-brainer, really? i think so, yes, because these people, _ no-brainer, really? i think so, yes, because these people, you - no-brainer, really? i think so, yes, because these people, you can't i no-brainer, really? i think so, yes, | because these people, you can'tjust turf them out after six months, and if you do, they are going to have to find housing, places to rent, and how is that going to happen? he is also advocating giving them more english lessons so if they do need to live somewhere else, if people have come to the end of the six—month obligation, they are going to have to be rehoused, yes, i think it is very good that he seems to be on the case, making noises, and i don't really see how you can't, you can'tjust don't really see how you can't, you can't just let don't really see how you can't, you can'tjust let people go under because they have done this charitable act. i because they have done this charitable act.— because they have done this charitable act. , . ., , charitable act. i “ust want to focus in, ou charitable act. i “ust want to focus in. you need — charitable act. i just want to focus in, you need good _ charitable act. i just want to focus in, you need good eyesight - charitable act. i just want to focus in, you need good eyesight for . charitable act. i just want to focus l in, you need good eyesight for this, it isjust one in, you need good eyesight for this, it is just one of the columns at the front of the daily telegraph, right near the bottom, it says soon access, i will not take job
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near the bottom, it says soon access, i will not takejob in liz truss cabinet. is that something you are surprised by, or does it seem inevitable, given the gulf of their different plans in the economy and on taxation? it different plans in the economy and on taxation?— different plans in the economy and on taxation? ., , , on taxation? it has not exactly been a good-natured _ on taxation? it has not exactly been a good-natured contest _ on taxation? it has not exactly been a good-natured contest for - on taxation? it has not exactly been a good-natured contest for the - a good—natured contest for the conservative leadership. in some ways. _ conservative leadership. in some ways, it — conservative leadership. in some ways, it is — conservative leadership. in some ways, it is not surprising, there was _ ways, it is not surprising, there was speculation over the weekend, including _ was speculation over the weekend, including from my colleague in the lobby— including from my colleague in the lohby at _ including from my colleague in the lobby at westminster that liz truss was planning to offer rishi sunak the post— was planning to offer rishi sunak the post of health secretary in a move _ the post of health secretary in a move to — the post of health secretary in a move to try and bring the party back together— move to try and bring the party back together and promote unity after such a _ together and promote unity after such a bruising contest, but in an interview— such a bruising contest, but in an interview today on the bbc, rishi sunak— interview today on the bbc, rishi sunak seems to have effectively ruled _ sunak seems to have effectively ruled that out, saying effectively he doesn't agree with the big decisions liz truss is going to make. — decisions liz truss is going to make. as _ decisions liz truss is going to make, as prime minister, primarily economically, we have seen that throughout this contest. in some ways. _ throughout this contest. in some ways, it — throughout this contest. in some ways, it is — throughout this contest. in some ways, it is no surprise, rishi sunak. — ways, it is no surprise, rishi sunak. the _ ways, it is no surprise, rishi sunak, the tent agent might have
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been _ sunak, the tent agent might have been to— sunak, the tent agent might have been to unite the party. people like rishi sunak and michael gove on the backbenches, pretty big names and pretty— backbenches, pretty big names and pretty big _ backbenches, pretty big names and pretty big hitters, sitting waiting to pounce on any errors that they see as _ to pounce on any errors that they see as her— to pounce on any errors that they see as her government making. gemma, do ou think see as her government making. gemma, do you think this — see as her government making. gemma, do you think this is _ see as her government making. gemma, do you think this is a _ see as her government making. gemma, do you think this is a sign _ see as her government making. gemma, do you think this is a sign of— see as her government making. gemma, do you think this is a sign of the - do you think this is a sign of the divisiveness or is this something different? does this not reflect that? i different? does this not reflect that? 4' different? does this not reflect that? ~ ., , ., ., different? does this not reflect that? ~ ., ., that? i think, as ciaran has said, althou:h that? i think, as ciaran has said, although there _ that? i think, as ciaran has said, although there they _ that? i think, as ciaran has said, although there they are - that? i think, as ciaran has said, although there they are the - that? i think, as ciaran has said, | although there they are the same party, they are completely divided about how to tackle everything at the moment so in a reared way, i respect his honesty to say it would be too uncomfortable for me to promote what she wants to do. maybe there needs to be little more than that in politics. i know it is probably not ideal for the tory party, but the tory party will carry on, there are plenty of so i quite respect that, rather than him going in and working for her and
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not believing in what he is doing. it suggests principles. on to the metro, time to finish up on the metro which has the headline, snowflakes brooking a&e. —— blocking a&e. this is the snowflakes, the term we hear often in the culture wars, it is blaming people, patients for going in with trivial complaints and saying they are plying the pressure on departments. it is a treat pressure on departments. it is a great double _ pressure on departments. it is a great double headline _ pressure on departments. it is a great double headline because l pressure on departments. it is a great double headline because first of all. _ great double headline because first of all, there is the plan on snowflakes in terms of the culture war, snowflakes in terms of the culture war. and _ snowflakes in terms of the culture war, and secondly, the example they are highlighting is somebody having turned _ are highlighting is somebody having turned up _ are highlighting is somebody having turned up to a&e because they have dandruff, _ turned up to a&e because they have dandruff, which, ithink turned up to a&e because they have dandruff, which, i think snowflakes is to pretty— dandruff, which, i think snowflakes is to pretty name for that but it uses _ is to pretty name for that but it
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uses in — is to pretty name for that but it uses in a — is to pretty name for that but it uses in a great traditional tabloid fashion, — uses in a great traditional tabloid fashion, it— uses in a great traditional tabloid fashion, it uses an example that will get — fashion, it uses an example that will get people talking to illustrate a point. there are more than _ illustrate a point. there are more than 22— illustrate a point. there are more than 2.2 million attendances at a&e in england _ than 2.2 million attendances at a&e in england last month, butjust about— in england last month, butjust about a — in england last month, butjust about a quarter of those resulted in people _ about a quarter of those resulted in people going forward and getting further— people going forward and getting further treatment. at a time when, you know. — further treatment. at a time when, you know, services are under an extreme — you know, services are under an extreme strain, people have to stop and think— extreme strain, people have to stop and think and see whether turning up at a85 _ and think and see whether turning up at a85 is— and think and see whether turning up at a&e is definitely the most appropriate place to be, to make sure they— appropriate place to be, to make sure they are safe and well if they are experiencing some issues. gemma. it makes me — are experiencing some issues. gemma. it makes me think _ are experiencing some issues. gemma. it makes me think that _ are experiencing some issues. gemma. it makes me think that it _ are experiencing some issues. gemma. it makes me think that it somebody - it makes me think that it somebody really did turn up to ask about dandruff, there was a lot more going on with that person. it masks a really sad situation, staff are burnt out, waiting list are huge,
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waiting times nand is massive, they are underfunded and understaffed, not enough beds, 15,000 beds cut in recent years and social care and absolute joke so beds full of the elderly as well, so good luck, this winter, it is awful.— winter, it is awful. that is it for the papers _ winter, it is awful. that is it for the papers this— winter, it is awful. that is it for the papers this hour. _ winter, it is awful. that is it for the papers this hour. we - winter, it is awful. that is it for the papers this hour. we will. winter, it is awful. that is it for| the papers this hour. we will be back again at 11:30pm. goodbye for now. good evening, and this is your sports news, where it's been a dramatic night at old trafford with two manchester united goals against liverpool coming after a night of protests. united were winless in their first two games but jadon sancho put them ahead and then marcus rashford scored his first premier league goal since january. mohammad salah pulled one back
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for liverpool but despite a fair bit of pressure in the final ten minutes, they couldn't find the equaliser. the reds still don't have a win in the premier league this season, and manchester united go two spots above them in the table. the important thing for us as a team is to get off the mark and we got the three points today and now we can start to build and improve performances from this game. we all worked hard today and in the end we deserved the three points, we could have got more goals but the energy level was high, we started the game at a much quicker tempo. easier to do that in a game against liverpool but we have to use that as our baseline and we have to do the same again.
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i don't have a lot of arguments, we lost 2-t~ _ idon't have a lot of arguments, we lost 2-t 0n— i don't have a lot of arguments, we lost 2—1. on another date with more conviction— lost 2—1. on another date with more conviction about what we are doing, we can— conviction about what we are doing, we can turn— conviction about what we are doing, we can turn it around, so that is how— we can turn it around, so that is how it _ we can turn it around, so that is how it is, — we can turn it around, so that is how it is, but _ we can turn it around, so that is how it is, but for today, we couldn't _ how it is, but for today, we couldn't do it. before the game, there was unrest about the ownership of manchester united. protests against the glazers happened with supporters unhappy with how the club is being run. despite big money signings, like casemiro's arrival from real madrid, fans have called for investment in things like the stadium and infastrucure of the club. to the people that say they are not bad owners, i would ask them if they would accept them at their club. i do not think they are good enough, and it's time to get an order end. i have been to this stadium, four generations of manchester, it is not the glazers' to sell or buy on and head it, it is our club and history. it has been years of grief- from the glazers, and it is time to get this football club
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with it should be. - england's all—time leading goalscorer has announced her retirement. the 33—year—old said it was one of the hardest decisions but wanted to go out on her terms. jo currie has more. a dream come true. just over three weeks ago, ellen white helped lead the lionesses to their most historic achievement, when they were crowned european champions at wembley. a moment that will live long in the memory. but, today, white brought the curtain down on her glittering football career. in a statement, the 33—year—old said, it has my greatest honour and honour to play this game, in particular, playing for england has and always will be the greatest gift. a prolific striker, white finishes football as the lionesses' top scorer with 52 goals in 113 appearances, just one shy of wayne rooney's england record. domestically, she was a serial trophy winner, claiming the most perfect time to go out
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after winning the trophy. the things she achieved personally is unbelievable. domestically, she was a serial trophy winner, claiming numerous league titles, as well as winning the fa cup and league cup, and had a goal celebration that captured the nation's attention. white says it is now time to watch the next generation shine, but as she takes a step back from the limelight, her impact on this game will be felt for many years to come. jo currie, bbc news. in cricket's hundred, defending champions southern brave kept alive their hopes of qualifying for the knockout rounds, thrashing welsh fire by nine wickets. tim david sealed victory with 18 balls to spare after his brave team—mate paul stirling had hit an unbeaten 7a. welsh fire had lost three wickets in their first seven balls, but recovered to post 129—8. southern brave eased to the target though, ending welsh fire's
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hopes of progressing. in the women's hundred, southern brave have maintained their 100% record. they beat welsh fire, who remain without a win. southern brave's bowlers excelled to succesfully defend their score of 122—8. welsh fire all out for 108, with sarah bryce the last to be removed off the bowling of anya shrubsole who finished with figures of 3—20. her team—mates lauren bell and georgia adams took two wickets apiece as brave won by 1a runs. the test tour will be an historic occasion. their schedule has been confirmed as the first test to the country in 17 years, they will play three tests starting on the 1st of december. the 1820 series is already in a kind of next month. boxing promoter frank warren
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expects a world heavyweight unification fight between tyson fury and oleksandr usyk to go ahead. usyk retained his three belts beating anthonyjoshua on saturday whilst fury holds the other, and warren believes he'd be tempted out of retirement for the bout. i think the fight will happen but obviously tyson had a terrible tragedy in his family over the weekend, his cousin was stabbed, so i haven't had a proper chance to talk with him and nor would i because it is not the appropriate time. prior to that happening, that tragedy, he was very much up for it and hopefully we will get this fight on. head to the bbc sport website or download the app. that is all your support for now. some of us can expect some murky conditions during tuesday, one simpson of the warm and humid air working across the uk. a lot of
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cloud and one or two showers, some showery rain to start, mist and alahverdian murky along wales and the south—west but a few fog patches elsewhere. through the day, large amounts of showers, some spells of sunshine, the best of that later on a day in northern ireland and scotland and across the south—east of england where temperatures will climb to 27 degrees. with pretty high levels of humidity. into wednesday, more widespread wet weather starts to develop, a very muqqy weather starts to develop, a very muggy night indeed, particularly down towards the south—east corner. we look further ahead, things will gradually turn cooler and fresher towards the weekend, a lot of dry weather around, always more cloud and some rain further north and west.
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welcome to newsday, reporting live from singapore. i'm karishma vaswani. the headlines... donald trump's lawyers have filed a legal action that would effectively block the fbi from reviewing the materials taken from his mar—a—lago residence earlier this month. the lights on shanghai's skyline become the latest casualty of china's severe drought, switched off as output from hydro—electric power plants is cut. russia blames ukraine for the killing of a prominent war supporter in a car bomb in moscow. there are fears the allegation could escalate the conflict. a warning that sprialling energy prices could push uk inflation as high as 18% early next year.

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