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minister to bite going to be a brave minister to bite the bullet. fine going to be a brave minister to bite the bullet. t, going to be a brave minister to bite the bullet. a, the bullet. one of those where it miaht be the bullet. one of those where it might be the _ the bullet. one of those where it might be the lasting _ the bullet. one of those where it might be the lasting you - the bullet. one of those where it might be the lasting you do, - the bullet. one of those where it might be the lasting you do, but| might be the lasting you do, but something you will be proud to look back on. picking up, geraldine, on that subject, the yorkshire post, which has one of its wonderful photographs, it does a lot of these, people engaged in manual skills, particular those ones that are very much individual led, in this case, a master armour working in his workshop in chesterfield. fantastic photo. they have a little story underage saying, actually, a campaign expert on this particular subject says, guess what, manifesto breaking tax rates won't solve problems in social care. again, geraldine, another reason why the
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ministers might wonder why they might not want to lay their selves on the line for this. it is on the line for this. it is relevant. _ on the line for this. it is relevant, because - on the line for this. it is relevant, because the l on the line for this. it 3 relevant, because the yorkshire post was my former paper! mike is quite right, and he has been begging on for years, as we all have, and he is on the front line of it for some he is seeing the sharp end of this and he is someone who really wants ministers to be held accountable on this and says no one is going to be happy with it, but we really do need to have a solution. and social care leaders have been saying this for years and i think they will keep saying it until there's a fix to this problem.— saying it until there's a fix to this roblem. , ., this problem. good. james, do you want to take _ this problem. good. james, do you want to take us _ this problem. good. james, do you want to take us to _ this problem. good. james, do you want to take us to the _ this problem. good. james, do you want to take us to the express? . this problem. good. james, do you | want to take us to the express? this is a royal story, one that the mirror has covered as well. the leaking of the queen's funeral plans. she may or may not be amused, but buckingham palace is not. m0. but buckingham palace is not. no, absolutely not. _ but buckingham palace is not. no, absolutely not. the timing is not
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great _ absolutely not. the timing is not great either. it has not come that lon- great either. it has not come that long after— great either. it has not come that long after the duke of edinburgh has passed _ long after the duke of edinburgh has passed away, and i feel it does not feel quite — passed away, and i feel it does not feel quite right, it being late. one of the _ feel quite right, it being late. one of the political advisers is response will for this, politico is -ot response will for this, politico is got this— response will for this, politico is got this leak out, and it really feels — got this leak out, and it really feels like _ got this leak out, and it really feels like bad timing and i don't really— feels like bad timing and i don't really feel we need to know the details — really feel we need to know the details until it happens, really, and it_ details until it happens, really, and itiust _ details until it happens, really, and itjust feels details until it happens, really, and it just feels a details until it happens, really, and itjust feels a bit not details until it happens, really, and it just feels a bit not the comfortable and you've got to feel with the _ comfortable and you've got to feel with the queen. what she must be thinking, _ with the queen. what she must be thinking, i— with the queen. what she must be thinking, i don't know, but not nice to see _ thinking, i don't know, but not nice to see yeah, — thinking, i don't know, but not nice to see. yeah, i think, understandably, the palace... geraldine? | understandably, the palace... geraldine?— understandably, the palace... geraldine? ~' , . , . understandably, the palace... geraldine? ~' ., geraldine? i think the plans are not could be a surprise _ geraldine? i think the plans are not could be a surprise to _ geraldine? i think the plans are not could be a surprise to the _ geraldine? i think the plans are not could be a surprise to the queen, l geraldine? i think the plans are not| could be a surprise to the queen, as we understand that she is probably quite involved in the drawing up of them, but these plans have been around for a while. i thing the guardian did a long read a couple of years ago on the plans. they've always been updated since then. what was interesting to me, for all the
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kind of mechanics behind the scenes and the chain of command that, here's the various things, but of course these are really well practice plans and i'm sure that they are in place very quickly, and they are in place very quickly, and the kings of document are always good to be investigated, but of course there are plans in place and hopefully they don't have to be enacted any time soon. geraldine, on a ha ier enacted any time soon. geraldine, on a happier note. _ enacted any time soon. geraldine, on a happier note, the _ enacted any time soon. geraldine, on a happier note, the mirror— enacted any time soon. geraldine, on a happier note, the mirror is - a happier note, the mirror is pointing out that abba fever is gripping the nation once again. they ever got this week's number one, barely 2a hours after releasing the first track since 1982, i think i'm right in saying. first track since 1982, i think i'm right in saying-— right in saying. yeah, yeah, i'm auoin to right in saying. yeah, yeah, i'm going to be _ right in saying. yeah, yeah, i'm going to be try _ right in saying. yeah, yeah, i'm going to be try to _ right in saying. yeah, yeah, i'm going to be try to get _ right in saying. yeah, yeah, i'm going to be try to get tickets i right in saying. yeah, yeah, i'm| going to be try to get tickets for their virtual concert... you going to be try to get tickets for their virtual concert... you want to no and their virtual concert... you want to go and see — their virtual concert... you want to go and see the _ their virtual concert... you want to go and see the abba! _ their virtual concert... you want to go and see the abba! their - their virtual concert... you want to l go and see the abba! their avatars, the hoto go and see the abba! their avatars, the photo of — go and see the abba! their avatars, the photo of them, _ go and see the abba! their avatars, the photo of them, which _ go and see the abba! their avatars, the photo of them, which looks - go and see the abba! their avatars, the photo of them, which looks like| the photo of them, which looks like they are about to go and play a round of laser quest! absolutely. i think it is a welcome tonic after these last two years to have a bit of joy and
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these last two years to have a bit ofjoy and something to look forward to, and i think we all might come back like a bit of abba, don't we? —— like a bit of abba. we back like a bit of abba, don't we? -- like a bit of abba.— -- like a bit of abba. we are about to find out! — -- like a bit of abba. we are about to find out! with the _ -- like a bit of abba. we are about to find out! with the headline - to find out! with the headline of the royal leak, how could they? james, everybody loves a bit of abba — are you about to risk your social media attack by saying you think they are rubbish? i media attack by saying you think they are rubbish?— they are rubbish? i love a bit of abba! i mean _ they are rubbish? i love a bit of abba! i mean we _ they are rubbish? i love a bit of abba! i mean we have - they are rubbish? i love a bit of abba! i mean we have all- they are rubbish? i love a bit of abba! i mean we have all been| they are rubbish? i love a bit of. abba! i mean we have all been on they are rubbish? i love a bit of- abba! i mean we have all been on a night out _ abba! i mean we have all been on a night out when we have had a bit of a dance _ night out when we have had a bit of a dance to — night out when we have had a bit of a dance to some abba songs. let's hopem _ a dance to some abba songs. let's hopem this — a dance to some abba songs. let's hope... this new album, there's going _ hope... this new album, there's going to — hope... this new album, there's going to he _ hope... this new album, there's going to be new tracks on there, hrand-new— going to be new tracks on there, brand—new songs altogether, so hopefully — brand—new songs altogether, so hopefully they're not a massive disappointment, but i feel like in the past — disappointment, but i feel like in the past one or artist have come back_ the past one or artist have come back and — the past one or artist have come back and done reboots, they have not been quite _ back and done reboots, they have not been quite as good as the original, so lets— been quite as good as the original, so let's hope they are just as good,
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and like _ so let's hope they are just as good, and like geraldine says, after all we have — and like geraldine says, after all we have been through with covid and stuff, _ we have been through with covid and stuff, we _ we have been through with covid and stuff, we need some positive things like this _ stuff, we need some positive things like this i_ stuff, we need some positive things like this. i might it a line in and -et like this. i might it a line in and get some — like this. i might it a line in and get some tickets as well. you should no to get some tickets as well. you should go to families _ get some tickets as well. you should go to families with _ get some tickets as well. you should go to families with you, _ get some tickets as well. you should go to families with you, and - get some tickets as well. you should go to families with you, and you - get some tickets as well. you should go to families with you, and you can | go to families with you, and you can review what the avatars are like, how convinced you are by these virtual—reality versions, the four of them, as they appear on the front of them, as they appear on the front of them, as they appear on the front of the mirror, as they were back in the 1980s. of the mirror, as they were back in the 19805. 0h, of the mirror, as they were back in the 19805. oh, it if of the mirror, as they were back in the 1980s. oh, it if we could look as we did back in the early 80s! as we did back in the early 805! james and geraldine, thanks very much. i know you will that at 11:30pm. thank you for your company as well. the papers are available for you any time, as is this paper review. we have posted it online, so you can enjoy it of the night. i should say we have sport and whether up should say we have sport and whether up next, and then i will be back
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with more news at 11pm. —— sport and weather. hello there. i am john watson with the latest from the bbc sport centre. british number one dan evans is into the fourth round of the us open for the first time, coming from two sets down to beat australia's alexei on a fifth set tie break. popyrin surged into a two—set lead, leaving evans staring at what would have been another third round loss. only once before has he reached the fourth round of a slam — that came at the australian open back in 2017 — but belief was restored as evans levelled at two sets all, taking the match to a tie break, which he ran away with, sealed as popryin double—faulted on match point. his reward now, a match against second seed daniil medvedev. manchester united got the women's super league season under way with a 2—0 win over reading.
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kirsty hanson put united ahead just before the break, slotting home after being nicely played through, before ona batlle sealed the three points early in the second half with a lovely strike in what was marc skinner's first game in charge, having replaced former manager casey stoney. to cricket. england have a slender lead of 56 runs over india following day two of the fourth test. ollie pope impressing with his innings of 81, as did chris woakes who made a quickfire 50 that gave england the edge over india. with the series level at one apiece, which way this match goes is anyone's guess, as patrick gearey reports. in south london there's an oval—shaped hole that swallows batsmen. 13 on day one, soon 1a disappeared. craig overton was nightwatchman. his shift was due to end, but dawid malan was not supposed to follow him through the trapdoor. still behind india's
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skinny total full—time for england to answer back. that's wherejonny bairstow comes in, with bat and chat for severe article he is all was keen to talk. of course intricate you can make all the arguments he wants. this is the point that matters. bear stowe leg before and angry afterwards for study felt someone had gotten in his eye line for some meanwhile, ollie pope was moving into the centre of the picture, quietly gliding past 50 and eventually pass india's score. at the other end, moeen ali, a player of such talent he seems to batten a dream like state, until all of the sudden interns out he is sleepwalking. soon they would have to cope without pope. gone for 81, england in front but not in command. chris woakes offered some direction. up chris woakes offered some direction. up and overand chris woakes offered some direction. up and over and further ahead, he made 50, england 290 before the fund stopped. now it got seriously. india onlyjust behind. rory burns cannot
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see it, so could not catch it. with the match and perhaps the series now on the line, this is one to keep your eye on. patrick gearey, bbc news. fifa says it's investigating racial abuse aimed at england players raheem sterling and jude bellingham during thursday's world cup qualifier in budapest. prime minister borisjohnson has urged fifa "to take strong action against those responsible". piara powar is the executive director of the football against racism in europe network. seeing things like that, with monkey chance and black players being targeted, is something that has been going on for a very, very long time, and it is something that is now... the time must be now to do more to tackle this and to make sure that everything that is possible to tackle this type of abuse is being done. great britain have passed the 100—medal mark at
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this year's tokyo paralympics. there were three golds on day ten. world tim highjump champion jonathan broom—edwards, a silver medallist in rio, went one better this time by clearing 2.10 metres with his second attempt for gold. owen miller, making his paralympic debut, put in a strong final lap to win the t201,500 metres in 3:51iz57 seconds, ahead of russian alexander rabotnitskii. and canoeist emma wiggs was victorious in the vl2 200m event — the first time that this particular canoe has been raced at the paralympics. she won gold when para—canoe made its debut in rio. there was plenty of action in the diamond league in brussels. britain's dina asher—smith ran a personal best in the women's 200m to take third behind shericka jackson, with namibia's christine mboma claiming first. the race was without the double olympic sprint champion elaine thompson—herah, who had been due to run but dropped
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out due to an injury. while team—mates keely hodgkinson and jemma reekie finished second and third respectively in the 800m. jamaica's natoya goule came first. and all eyes will fall on the inverness golf club in ohio, as europe and the united states lock horns in golf�*s solheim cup. the three days of action begin tomorrow, europe the holders after winning back the cup at gleneagles two years ago. but stopping the us on home soil, with very few travelling fans able to get there, could make it tough for catriona matthew's side. iam i am actually looking forward to this year of not having as many europe fans, because ashley quite like being the underdog coming into the event. and i enjoy that. the the event. and i en'oy that. the ener: the event. and i en'oy that. the energy math the event. and i en'oy that. the energy that this _ the event. and i enjoy that. the energy that this spectators have brought— energy that this spectators have brought our incredible, even today, we were _ brought our incredible, even today, we were just walking, i was waving to the _ we were just walking, i was waving to the crowd and they were all shouting — to the crowd and they were all shouting already. we
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to the crowd and they were all shouting already.— to the crowd and they were all shouting already. we don't know if there's going _ shouting already. we don't know if there's going to — shouting already. we don't know if there's going to be _ shouting already. we don't know if there's going to be any _ shouting already. we don't know if there's going to be any fans - shouting already. we don't know if there's going to be any fans and i shouting already. we don't know if l there's going to be any fans and may be some _ there's going to be any fans and may be some significant— there's going to be any fans and may be some significant others— there's going to be any fans and may be some significant others out- be some significant others out there for us, _ be some significant others out there for us, but _ be some significant others out there for us, but we've _ be some significant others out there for us, but we've got _ be some significant others out there for us, but we've got each _ be some significant others out there for us, but we've got each other, . for us, but we've got each other, and i_ for us, but we've got each other, and i think— for us, but we've got each other, and i think that _ for us, but we've got each other, and i think that the _ for us, but we've got each other, and i think that the most - for us, but we've got each other, i and i think that the most important. a solheim _ and i think that the most important. a solheim cup— and i think that the most important. a solheim cup is— and i think that the most important. a solheim cup is like _ and i think that the most important. a solheim cup is like no _ and i think that the most important. a solheim cup is like no other- and i think that the most important. a solheim cup is like no other like . a solheim cup is like no other like on tourfor some you a solheim cup is like no other like on tour for some you experience things that you would never experience, meaning the adrenaline, the excitement, the nerves. it’s the excitement, the nerves. it's auoin to the excitement, the nerves. it's going to be _ the excitement, the nerves. it's going to be even louder, i think, with— going to be even louder, i think, with americans, which would you kind of have _ with americans, which would you kind of have to _ with americans, which would you kind of have to block out a little bit. you had — of have to block out a little bit. you had a _ of have to block out a little bit. you had a grandstand that big, it's not only— you had a grandstand that big, it's not only gibby, it's going to be absolute — not only gibby, it's going to be absolute jam—packed. it not only gibby, it's going to be absolute jam-packed.- not only gibby, it's going to be absolute jam-packed. absolute “am-packed. it gives them another absolute jam-packed. it gives them another challenge _ absolute jam-packed. it gives them another challenge to _ absolute jam-packed. it gives them another challenge to overcome - absolute jam-packed. it gives them another challenge to overcome and| another challenge to overcome and try and _ another challenge to overcome and try and get— another challenge to overcome and try and get that _ another challenge to overcome and try and get that victory. _ and that is all the sport for now. hello. england and wales looking brighter by sunday afternoon. by then, scotland and northern ireland seeing some outbreaks of rain moving in. for saturday, it's a familiar story. a lot of cloud around, low cloud with hill fog, a few patches of mist and fog in wales and southwest
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england to begin the day. here's where we'll see most of saturday's sunny spells, a few developing in northern ireland and northern scotland, too. some drizzly rain around in the east from the thickest cloud and temperatures just around 1a, 15 degrees along the coast of eastern scotland and northeast england, up to 23 or 2a in the sunny spells in wales and southwest england. overnight and into sunday, cloud in the east, clear spells to the west, double figure temperatures as sunday begins. the tendency on sunday for england and wales to get sunnier and warmer as the day goes on. there's still some areas of cloud across the midlands and parts of eastern england. for scotland and northern ireland, the breeze picks up and we see some outbreaks of rain moving in during the day. a bit of uncertain timing, but it should get better in the end. bye— bye.
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this is bbc news with the latest headlines for viewers in the uk and around the world. the uk and the eu say they won't recognize afghanistan's new taliban government. we still don't know who the ministers will be, but the tone is being set every day. the taliban have told decorators to paint over all of this, replacing it with these black—and—white slogans. this one reads the blood of the martyrs is washed away the occupations. a glimpse with the new afghanistan is going to look like. president biden goes to louisiana, to see the damage wrought by hurricane ida — as the death toll from flash flooding in the northeast rises — and the clean up continues. there is nothing political about
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this. it's simply about saving lives

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