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tv   The Papers  BBC News  July 27, 2018 10:45pm-11:01pm BST

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is so the term "fake news" now. it is so loosely used in now. and by trump, too. exactly. by a lot of people. fake news is often a term used now for people to express that they don't like what is being reported, which is really different to it being fake. it has an effect, sorry. rachel brought up absolutely right, when you had yulia skripal. it was followed within a month and the criminal attack there. followed within a month and the criminalattack there. in followed within a month and the criminal attack there. in duma. the volume of fake news on that was absolutely extraordinary and commented on what was going on with skripal. anyway, he gave benefit to the assad regime and whoever was the perpetrator of that internal attack. we used to call it propaganda, didn't they? inside the inside pages of the daily mail. half the fake news taxes. there will be some concerns here. that this could lead to censorship. yes, so many concerns. this is a bit more detailed about the guardian story and again it is lot about... leave
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that for now talk about what report suggests. some things are quite sensible, i think making it clear who has paid for adverts is quite sensible. one thing that is really worrying for me is social media fans should be made as possible for the content on their platforms and then find or tax if it turns out to be fa ke find or tax if it turns out to be fake orfalse find or tax if it turns out to be fake or false or libelous. i am not sure any of us necessarily understand what a huge undertaking that is. inevitably, the censorship that is. inevitably, the censorship that it will cause because you cannot adequately assess every single post that goes on on facebook oi’ single post that goes on on facebook or twitter. absolutely. does it go down to a used consumer? all three of us have grown up as journalists. we have a responsibility to do this kind of thing. ritual is absolutely right because this came up with another inquiry and they had this utopian view of who could go with some sort of great media board of guardians in the sky. just to remind the people that the inquiry look into phone hacking. it was a very poignant little panel story in the
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daily mail. a retiring senior family divisionjudge has said how damaging it will be in social media particularly for family court. of course it is not secrecy, it has to be covered by terrific discretion. there are such delicate matters involved. he is wanting out that the i’uitioi’ involved. he is wanting out that the rumor factory and his dream of innuendo has been very, very damaging in his experience, to very vulnerable people. it is worrying times. here we are, all wondering about how to do news in the future. it is time we work that out. it has moved onto civilian journalism it is time we work that out. it has moved onto civilianjournalism on the internet that is very, very difficult to police. should we talk about plummeting. 0h, difficult to police. should we talk about plummeting. oh, wow. it is fake, isn't it? it is not real, is that right? according to some people. touchingly changed today, we got rain. so climate change isn't happening, then? yeah. this is very difficult because everyone this week has been talking about the heat and
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how incredible and unbelievable it is. climate scientists are saying this is going to get more likely, this is going to get more likely, this is going to get more likely, this is the new normal. they cannot say the heat wave is the result of climate change, but they can't say it is made it more likely. according to the guardian report the house but was named by smart as likely by climate change. we have seen edging climate change. we have seen edging climate increase injapan. climate change. we have seen edging climate increase in japan. and the heat wave and are limited one of the most disturbing —— heat in the arctic. a huge iceberg near the village and grilling, also.|j arctic. a huge iceberg near the village and grilling, also. i think there's something here and it a question with no definitive answer. ido question with no definitive answer. i do not know people out there, but when does this become a strategic fa ct, when does this become a strategic fact, winter will be huge changes in the movement of people and the environment when things really happen? they've been talking about this in 1976, though. but it is the 1 degrees temperature, but it is
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also to think, it becomes too hot for traditional crops to grow, africa is particularly vulnerable. the other, of course, is the raising of the levels. i did in the 70s and 80s were a big book about the mediterranean and was absolutely clear, we are going to come to a point where things get early dangerous because the concentration around the mediterranean, surprise, surprise, the population enables enables, istanbul, marseille, it is on the shoreline. that is what i think we will face real trouble. this has, i agree, think we will face real trouble. this has, iagree, i think we will face real trouble. this has, i agree, i will put my money where my mouth is, we are not quite there yet. no, he ways happen and they have happened. but we have had wet weather. but we are having heat waves more often, aren't we? yeah. i'm more concerned about seeing the consequences here in the uk. we have had people dying because of flooding. we have had incredible transport disruption, signal boxes
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being struck by lightning. yet, but thatis being struck by lightning. yet, but that is not new. well, i was on the northern line train this weekend the tract surrounds and is we combusted. i feel like that is new. wrong track. it is the wrong weather. run for the track. it is a lovely piece of the times, saying have a look after your cat in the heatwave. with them under umbrellas and put ice cubes in the water. there you are, blessed. 80s to do that for my dog, putice blessed. 80s to do that for my dog, put ice cubes in his water. i have them go under a smuggler. to to cool them go under a smuggler. to to cool them down. i think quite a few of us have been doing that ourselves. of course warnings and the times about swimming. and how dangerous it is. don't go into lakes and rivers that you normally wouldn't do anyways, don't do it now. you would be hard to find one and monday, actually. lot have been closed down and a lot of the cities actually, to concern water. of course, we're going to have enough water to get us through the summer. that is what a lot of the summer. that is what a lot of the water companies are saying. but
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if there is not enough rain in the winter, next summer will be difficult. i was so happy it rained tonight. does it make you miss the snow? the lovely picture in the times. sorry? the lovely picture. can we show it again, actually? it isa can we show it again, actually? it is a fantastic picture. we're going to go to the moon. steady on. who is presenting this? sarri! there it is. you can see it. that is superb. not an easy shot to get there. a lot of people caught out in the rain today. 0h, people caught out in the rain today. oh, yes! caught out in it? i was running out in it, i was enjoying it, lovely. were you singing? i was, actually. you've got to. speaking of order, the telegraph talk about smart meters. don't they? a lot of themselves into work, don't seem to save a lot of money or save a lot of water. but i'm sure there are stories around... the fundamental
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pa rt stories around... the fundamental part of the stories people are lazy and don't pay attention. that is not news. we know that. the idea of smart meters was if you're checking your energy consumption and water consumption on a daily basis, you would limit your use of it because you would see how much it is costing you would see how much it is costing you and it would affect behavior. that is a very nice idea. as the story leads on it, even the minister in charge of that said he never looks at his. part of the problem is, they don't work particularly well, they break down, the mobile one stone marked and black spots, they don't work in ipswich. a lot of issues with technology. but a mental issues with technology. but a mental issueis issues with technology. but a mental issue is people don't pay a lot of attention and don't care, it is very difficult to try and make them care. does the thought that technology would change behavior and i think thatis would change behavior and i think that is quite na ve. so we finish your? let's go back to the times. this is what everybody is looking at tonight, actually. they all went out, i couldn't see it. well, it is very low cloud cover, this is
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outside the bbc. yet, there is no moon. isn't it beautiful and greece, though? look at that picture increase? so sad to have that from greece after what greece has been through. a lovely tempo there. and what an amazing photograph. tempo of poseidon. yes. beautiful. not far away from other sites. johannesburg on fantastic shot of the moon as well. an eclipse lasted a good hour and 45 minutes, so you have got plenty of time to find a bit of cloud break. thank you, thank you. almost a global eclipse, europe, asia, australia, south america, you can see it. that is the view in greece this evening, of a huge, beautiful moon. it is going to happen again in january, beautiful moon. it is going to happen again injanuary, 2019. but then you have got to wait until 2029. i've learned a lot tonight from our 2029. i've learned a lot tonight from oui’ astronomers. 2029. i've learned a lot tonight from our astronomers. right, right.
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rachel and robert, thank you very much. we're going to do it again just after 11:30pm. a bit of a jump start. behave, 0k? you've got an hour. and so benya, too. if you have any fantastic pictures, maybe not as good as the ones we've seen, send it to the bbc on twitter. don't forget you can see the front pages of the papers online on the bbc‘s news website. if you mist the programme, and evening, you can watch it later on bbc iplayer. a key to our guests. we will see you again very soon for the second round of the front pages. that is at 11:30pm. goodbye. hello, we see some torrential bonus arms around this evening. a lot of rain in the short bit of time. some lightning impacting travel. gusty
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winds, large hail around, lightning impacting travel. gusty winds, large hailaround, too. let's ta ke winds, large hailaround, too. let's take the lightning, this is where we see it. lightning strike for the past a few hours, focused towards parts of eastern england. just pressing eastern scotland. this is where we have some of the most ferocious downpours around. still some heavy and thundery showers to come, particularly across eastern parts on through the night. rest elsewhere we could operate the frame for northern ireland, some pushing into wales, western england. all of that means a lot of cloud around, only limited clearance knows, only limited opportunities are catching a glimpse of that blood moon lunar eclipse. temperature is not going down too fast. monday across eastern night of that. cool or nice this weekend, and cooler days especially where it has been so hot. but we start the day tomorrow, still some heavy rain around. especially to northeast scotland. some rumbles of thunder still with that. i push is northwards. we will have the sunshine and showers following behind. heavier showers may be thundery into northern ireland. some
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running into gordon england, especially to the west. easier when‘s, this is anotherfeature especially to the west. easier when‘s, this is another feature from this we can be one of this. it will be windier than it has been of late. and into the cooler feel of thanks, too. temperature and colors change a bit in the space of 2a hours. all that he through central and eastern parts of england, as much as 10 degrees cooler in places, so that is something you have been waiting for, it is here for saturday. and infra pa rt it is here for saturday. and infra part two of the weekend on sunday, here comes another area of low pressure, that means another spell of rain heading in. if anything with this on sunday it is going to be a little bit windier, too. many of us will still see a spell of rain for time on sunday. initially running into england and wales, heavier bursts than this. northern ireland going on to be effective. northern scotla nd going on to be effective. northern scotland a few later heavier showers. behind the rain you'll find things brighten up a bit, but still expect if you showers moving through on this brisk and blustery south—westerly wind. while these are average speeds come at us will be
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higher, around 40, a0 average speeds come at us will be higher, around 40, 40 five miles an hourin higher, around 40, 40 five miles an hour in places. temperatures will come down a little further where it has been so hot. most of us on sunday topping out into the high teens, to around 20 celsius. this is bbc news. i'm alpa patel. our top stories: the prince of wales tells an enquiry he never sought to influence a police investigation into an anglican bishop convicted of child sexual offences. a six—year—old boy dies after being shot with a pellet gun ata dies after being shot with a pellet gun at a house in east yorkshire. president trump says he has performed an economic miracle after
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