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tv   Breakfast  BBC News  January 25, 2020 6:00am-10:01am GMT

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hello, this is breakfast with charlie stayt and naga munchetty. good morning to you. thank you for joining us on breakfast. the first three cases of coronavirus in europe have been confirmed in france. meanwhile, authorities in china say the number of people killed by the infection good morning welcome there is now 41. to breakfast with naga munchetty it comes as china begins its and charlie stayt. our headlines today: celebrations of the lunar new year. many events have been cancelled the death toll in china rises. health officials say 41 people have and a new hospital is being built died from a coronavirus in the city of wuhan to deal with the outbreak. with the first cases football clubs in the uk have been in europe now confirmed. accused of being "too dependent" on sponsorship will the government call full—time from the gambling industry. on football's relationship the sports minister, with gambling firms? nigel adams, said teams need to look at different sources of income, the government says the sport given the social problems should "look at different sources of income". caused by gambling. his criticism comes after a deal at least 18 people between the fa and betting companies are dead and hundreds to show some matches exclusively injured after a powerful earthquake in turkey. the search for survivors is underway. on their sites. an apology from ben stokes. the england all—rounder says sorry rescue workers in turkey after swearing at someone are searching for survivors in the crowd during the fourth test after an earthquake killed at least 20 people. the 6.8 magnitude quake in south africa. struck a remote area
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in the east of the country. around 30 people are believed to be the in south africa. weather has been quite settled trapped under rubble for and hundreds more injured. the weather has been quite settled for a few days now. there is a tremors were also felt in neighbouring countries. change on the way from tomorrow. a charity offering mental health rain and also increasing winds. support to military veterans says it will be unable to take on new referrals from next week due to a funding crisis. the nhs says it has increased resources for veterans, but combat stress, it's saturday the 25th of january. which receives more than 2,000 our top story. referrals every year, has questioned whether the health at least 41 people have now died service will be able to cope in china as a result with the additional demands. of coronavirus. the prime minister has released the first cases in france a photograph of himself and australia have signing the historic brexit also been confirmed. withdrawal agreement in downing street. it comes as china begins its celebrations of the lunar new year, borisjohnson said it was a "fantastic moment" for the country, as simon jones reports. for some, the holiday as final preparations are made celebrations have begun. for the uk‘s exit but in wuhan, the epicentre from the european union next friday. of the outbreak of coronavirus, the documents had earlier been it looks more like a ghost town. signed by eu leaders home to around 11 million people, in brussels, before being sent while the streets are empty, the hospital's aren't, to london by train. overwhelmed with potential cases. the paralympics have been added to the "crown jewels" list the symptoms include coughs, fever and breathing problems. of protected events — the city is now rapidly which means it will be broadcast on a free—to—air channel. building a new hospital it‘s the first time in 20 which will have 1000 beds. years that a change has been made to the list,
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it could be ready within days, a which includes the fa cup final, sign of the concern about the virus. the grand national and wimbledon. some tourists flying out of china to the us were relieved. the un is calling for we were cool at first but then international help to fight huge when everything started shutting swarms of locusts that are causing havoc across east africa. down we thought we should leave. the organisation said ethiopia, kenya and somalia are struggling i have been in and out of china with an "unprecedented" a few times and this is one and "devastating" infestation. of the rare times that i felt scientists say the swarms, which pose a big threat like it was time for me to leave. to crops, have flourished in france though, confirmation that the virus has spread. in extreme weather conditions. translation: we have today, ben‘s here with the sport. the first european cases. it's possible that we have them because we developed the test very quickly and we are capable you are a very well—behaved of identifying them. tests in the uk have so far proved negative. we think there is a fair chance uncontroversial ben! but that mr we may get some cases over time. of course, this depends stokes, their... a much better on whether this continues for a long time, or whether this turns out to be something which is brought cricketer than me. white he‘s got himself in hot water. under control relatively quickly by the considerable efforts of the chinese government. those efforts involve the incident happened travel restrictions as stokes was walking off in an increasing number of cities. the field after his was dismissed forjust
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two in england‘s first innings in the final test. a fan shouted at him. but the world health organization has not class the virus as an international emergency, partly because of the low emotions are running high. it is number of overseas cases. simon jones, bbc news. high level sport. also, the cameras football is far too dependant on money from gambling sponsorships, and microphones see and hear according to the sports minister, everything. they capture everything. nigel adams. it happened during ad break but when his warning comes amid mounting scrutiny of the close relationship something that happens they then between the sport and the industry showed it again and put in bleeps after a deal was struck for some fa cup games to be shown exclusively and what have you. earlier in this on betting websites. series we saw and what have you. earlier in this here's our sports editor, dan roan. series we sanos buttler as a wicketkeeper being fined and given the last round of the fa cup some punishment for swearing which was overshadowed by an outcry over a deal that meant some matches was caught on the stumps were only shown live microphones. there are cameras all on bookmakers' websites. over the place. the sandpaper there's since been a climb—down, but the controversy has reignited concern at how much betting scandal came out because the cameras companies use football to advertise. had spotted it. it happened as ben and having committed to reviewing gambling laws, the government says it now wants stokes was walking off the field, to see change. dismissed for just two. there is way too much dependency stokes was walking off the field, dismissed forjust two. a fan shouted at him. within football on gambling,
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for the sponsorship. stokes fired back but admitted that's plain to see. he shouldn‘t have reacted. england have also asked for stewarding to be increased we have to look at this to avoid players being subjected very, very carefully to further abuse. because problem gambling, stokes could receive a fine or even you know, addictive gambling leads to serious social problems. a ban for the outburst. and i am sure the football authorities are aware of that but they do need to look after play, stokes issued at different sources of income. a statement saying meanwhile, the government has that he apologised for his language announced the paralympics have been that was heard added to the crown jewels list of protected sports events that must on the live broadcast, be shown on free to air which was unprofessional. television coverage. he says he reacted it's absolutely essential that the paralympics have after being subjected to repeated abuse as he left the field parity with the olympics. at the wanderers. he praised the support of both sets of fans, and if you look at the viewing and says this one incident will not ruin a competitive series. figures over the years at successive england resume shortly on 192 for 4. nearly at the halfway point games and how interested people of the australian open. the sun is shining for are in the paralympic games, john watson in melbourne. and, john, already we‘ve seen are in the paralympic games, the men‘s world number one progress it's absolutely worth but not such good fortunes ensuring we level up. sports like para table tennis have for the women‘s second seed? enjoyed free to air coverage of the paralympics on channel 4 no, that's absolutely right. we are since london 2012, but terrestrial tv coverage is now guaranteed. still absorbing what happened yesterday with naomi a and serena my family are so supportive, williams going out. she will not be family and friends are very supportive and a lot of them winning the 24th grand slam this
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are coming out to tokyo. year. we saw karolina pliskova going but in the future if they can't, if someone can't afford it out, the second seed. everyone was or something, it's really nice knowing that they'll saying this could be the year she would win her first grand slam actually still be able to watch me back at home. title. it will not be this year. this is the first change to the listed events in 20 years this is the main show court in and there may be more to come. melbourne park. that is the word the government also now considering adding women's events labourarena. melbourne park. that is the word labour arena. that is where karolina pliskova and rafa nadal were in like the world cup and the fa cup final in a sign of their action earlier. nadal going through growing popularity. after beating pablo carreno busta, dan roan, bbc news. he always plays well against fellow spanish players. and these are the at least 18 people have died and hundreds injured big screens in melbourne park. it is after a powerful earthquake in eastern turkey. rescue workers are continuing absolutely jam— packed today for the to search for survivors. the quake, with a magnitude middle saturday. lots of people off of about 6.8, was also felt in neighbouring countries. work, and enjoying drinks in the gareth barlow has this report. rescuers carry sui’vivoi’s bars around here. very different out from the rubble. the 6.8 magnitude quake sent from wimbledon. a very lively buildings crashing to the ground atmosphere. this place will get even and residents rushing livelier when you consider that home into the streets. favourite nick kyrgios is an action more than 30 people are feared shortly. these people will be trapped and more than 500 people watching the big screens and there have been reported injured. will be huge cheers if you can book his place in the next round. if he the exact moment the earthquake
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gets there, he will be facing rafa struck, captured live on turkish tv. nadal. what a matchup that is going amid the inky darkness, to be, when you consider they have a spicy relationship with a few choice among ruined buildings, words having been exchanged between screams rang out as more than 400 rescue teams rushed the pairof them words having been exchanged between the pair of them at times in recent to help survivors. years. it will be quite some matchup dozens of after—shocks if we get a seat with nick kyrgios followed the main tremor, which was also felt in neighbouring up if we get a seat with nick kyrgios up against rafa nadal who came syria, lebanon and iran. through. rafa nadal a beaten the region, 550 kilometres east finalist last year, losing to novak of the capital ankara, djokovic. it will be an incredible is remote and sparsely populated atmosphere. and nick kyrgios due out so the true extent of the damage and fatalities in15 atmosphere. and nick kyrgios due out could be slow to emerge. in 15 minutes. atmosphere. and nick kyrgios due out in15 minutes. i turkey lies on major atmosphere. and nick kyrgios due out in 15 minutes. i presume i should head inside and find myself a seat. fault lines and is prone to frequent earthquakes — thanks forjoining us, john. around 17,000 people died in a massive quake in 1999. gareth barlow, bbc news. probably a little colder and wetter in the big sporting competition in the uk today. it‘s fa cup fourth round weekend. a charity offering mental health 10 ties coming up. 0ne team already through support to military veterans are sheffield wednesday says it will be unable to take who won 2—1 at qpr. sam whinnel got what proved to be on new referrals from next week due the winner right at the end. to a funding crisis. northampton and derby will have to go to a replay the nhs says it has increased resources after their match finished goalless.
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for veterans, but ‘combat stress', you can watch coverage of the fa cup which receives more than 2,000 across the bbc this weekend. referrals every year, three live games. has questioned whether the health service will be able to cope second—tier brentford face leicester with the additional demands. on bbc one at quarter past 12. the prime minister has released a photograph of himself there‘ll also be a pop—up fa signing the historic brexit withdrawal agreement cup channel on bbc iplayer — which includes classic fa cup ties in downing street. from the past as well as coverage from the weekend‘s games. borisjohnson said new zealand rugby league star it was a "fantastic sonny bill williams moment" for the country, will be allowed to cover up to logo as final preparations are made for the uk's exit of the super league‘s title sponsor from the european union next friday. this season for religious reasons. the documents had earlier been signed by eu leaders toronto‘s new player in brussels, before being sent is a devout muslim and the to london by train. betfred logos will be blanked out the paralympics have been added as gambling, along with alcohol and banking, to the ‘crown jewels' list of protected events — which means it will be broadcast on a free—to—air channel. this season will be the richest ever for golfers on the ladies european tour. it's the first time in 20 there‘ll be record prize money years that a change has been made to the list, and more events than ever before. which includes the fa cup final, the grand national and wimbledon. players will now compete for more than £15 million the un is calling for international — that‘s up by more than £4 help to fight huge swarms of locusts million from last year. that are causing havoc across east the number of tournaments has africa. also increased to 24 — nine more than a couple the organisation said ethiopia, of years ago. kenya and somalia are struggling and there was a luck escape for the world rally champion with an "unprecedented"
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and "devastating" infestation. scientists say the swarms, at the opening event of the 2020 season. which pose a big threat to crops, have flourished incredible pictures, these. in extreme weather conditions. this is 0tt tanak — an adult locust can travel up to 93 getting things very wrong at the monte carlo rally. miles and eat its own weight in food, in just one day. cars can reach speeds of up to 110 mph through this section. remarkably, he and his co—driver were unhurt despite several barrel rolls. the car, you fear, is a bit of a write off. it is so terrible. what the 93 miles does surprise me. more could you see how far are travels and crashes through the trees. but, then, we see this. that travelling 93 miles is impressive, but eating its own body weight? is the key driver managing to escape unharmed. they build these cars to hence why they cause the devastation that they do. that is why they are survive these incidents, but even so that they do. that is why they are so terrifying and they can cover enormous tracts of land, as he saw so. you will still feel battered. you have flipped over. it does not them. one of the story for you this matter how strap in and protected you are. if you have been flipped morning. eagle eyed star trek fans have over and have been in an impact. and spotted something strangely familiar about the new us space force logo.
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these guys, he is obviously out of here's the original star trek these guys, he is obviously out of the race but they will get back into emblem, as seen on those famous coloured uniforms. a car next week and dry again. they and here is the space force logo... have got nerves. i think you have it was revealed by president donald trump, and the striking resemblance has got people talking, to. like motogp riders. they break legs and get back on the back the including a former star trek star. next day. the part and parcel of it. george takei, who played lieutenant sulu in the original 19605 series, tweeted thank you very much forjoining us this morning. tens of thousands of people could be he was "expecting royalties". losing money if they use so called "quick sale" estate agents, the bbc has found. we will be talking to paul a little all that money for that agency and later. paul lewis from radio 4‘s money box they came up with the same thing. has been looking into this. you‘ve probably seen the adverts. here's tomasz with a look they suggest that, if you want to at this morning's weather. sell your house in a hurry, there are ways you can do it, they guarantee a sale, but the question
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is whether they are giving you value you are poised with your button there, looks like you are going to for money and whether you pay a detonate something. price for that because other ages will seek priced at one place and if you don‘t get a sale it will impact i assure you, i am not. it has been what you finally get. paul lewis will be taking us through the gloomy and not a lot of change to come for most today. it will be a details in a few moments. it is not pretty grey day with drizzle, mist as if the home buying market is and merkin places but tomorrow there easy. it is a minefield anyway. paul are changes on the way. this weather will look at that. are the things we front is marching in our direction are looking at, debt. 7 million of and whatever is coming behind it will be this change. we are looking us used by now, pay later last year, at more unsettled weather. but for which help spread the cost of online the short—term it is pretty much like it has been for some time, so purchases. a number of these the weather in the south, east, companies allow people to delay north or west, it is same. a lot of payment or split the cost over a cloud, probably grey for most of the number of months and debt charities major towns and cities through the worry that people do not get enough course of the day. whether you are information about the fees. in the south of the north, temperatures will be much the same, so9 temperatures will be much the same, so 9 degrees in cardiff and in some of the biggest online stores edinburgh. the winds will freshen
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across the north—west of the country now give a choice to delay payment and this is the first sign of the foran now give a choice to delay payment for an extra few weeks. no extra weather front i showed you on the fees and with next to no checks. satellite image. northern ireland come into western parts of scotland unsurprisingly it is a popular click and behind it, freshening winds and with shoppers. so, let‘s get slightly colder air as well. the shopping. this scheme is great thinking is, it will be raining over because you can think you know you the western half of scotland, northern ireland and the rain is are going to get paid at the end of just about knocking on the door in the month and i have enough money to wales. behind the cold front tomorrow, we get the colder air stretch. it makes us feel like we are getting more of a deal and it coming in and actually, i will talk brings them more money. if you are about this in a moment, there is a sensible and responsible and you hint of snow in the forecast, but keep up with your finances, why not? only for some of us. don't expect but not to be found out that copious amounts of snow, and it will payments through the biggest is mac companies have nearly doubled. be across the hills when it does happen. this is sunday morning, when the weather front moves through and we get to midday through the west country, parts of the midlands and yorkshire, the sun comes out in the people are spending more, then, because they can spread payments. afternoon. tomorrow afternoon, yes, the values are significantly sunday afternoon, by the time the sun sets there will be some snow in higher as yes, the values are significantly higherasa yes, the values are significantly higher as a result of playing like cardiff, liverpool and glasgow. then this. most of these companies have
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the cold air comes in at the been operating for extra years down under so the australian regulator thinking is, showers marching in has published a review and they behind within this cold air could found that 60% of customers are bring snow temporarily sunday night into monday to northern ireland, may under 34, and that some customers be yorkshire, the pennines and into can become financially overcommitted scotland. mostly across the hills, because of it. the financial conduct but not exclusively. it could be icy authority here say they do not first thing on monday in the north regulate any companies not charging but on monday itself it is a more interest, but they are monitoring u nsettled but on monday itself it is a more the markets. debt charities are unsettled day so you get sunshine, passing showers carried by a brisk concerned that customers are not being given enough information. we wind. yes, it has been calm and settled, whether it has been sunny wa nt to being given enough information. we want to ensure the people using or cloudy, it has just been calm. these products know the terms and early next week, the winds will be conditions they are signing up for. if you don‘t know where the payment picking up and it is turning colder terms will kick in, you cannot be and we have got some blustery showers. nothing particularly cold, making a wise choice. not keeping up just a bit colder compared to what with repayments can damage your we have had. credit rating and with customer number is growing so quickly, it is a problem that could increase. it is let's take a look at some of today's front pages. 18 minutes to eight. here‘s tomasz with a look
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the mirror reflects on the prince at this morning‘s weather. of wales' visit to the middle east, i asked this question of sarah where he said it breaks his heart to see the continuing "suffering and division" yesterday, perhaps i‘m getting my of the israeli—palestinian conflict. the daily express sticks day is muddled up. it seems like the with the regal theme, with a survey apparently revealing weather is quiet. you use that the "crisis of public confidence facing the royal family". phrase, it is quiet whether at the moment. how do you make it exciting? my moment. how do you make it exciting? my goodness! how do i make it exciting? i have absolutely no idea. the guardian focuses on the efforts to stop the spread of the coronavirus. give it a go. we will see if you it says authorities in china are in a "race against the clock" can. i will then be accused, i am to build a new hospital not in the entertainment industry! to treat people. we are here to educate, inform and and the times covers the singer entertain and more of that with the taylor swift's decision to discuss her problems weather. shall i do entertain and more of that with the weather. shalli do a little with an eating disorder, entertain and more of that with the weather. shall i do a little weather dance for you ? let‘s which she says were triggered weather. shall i do a little weather dance for you? let‘s start again. a by comments about her body. a full review of the papers coming bit of entertainment. with this button, the only press it once then up a full review of the papers coming up later in the programme. we hold it as a dummy so that we do last year, nearly seven million not move our hands around. let me
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of us used ‘buy now pay later‘ companies to help spread the cost of online purchases for things like clothes and shoes. firms like ‘klarna‘ and ‘clearpay‘ put it over to the side, now, and allow people to delay payment, or split the cost over a number see what happens. anyway, let‘s make of months — but debt charities are warning that people aren‘t being given enough information about hidden fees. this more interesting. let me use 0ur consumer affairs correspondent their hands a little bit! not much colletta smith has more. happening right now. it is quiet. checking out, but paying nothing. this is the weather we have across the uk right now. lots of cloud millions of us are now opting around, some drizzle, then this to spread the pain of a purchase. some of the biggest weather system spiralling to the online stores now south of iceland, heading our way, give a choice to delay payment and that is going to change things for us tomorrow. in the short—term, for an extra few weeks. no extra fees and with there really is not much happening, next to no checks. unsurprisingly, it‘s a popular click with shoppers. you are in portsmouth or in so, let‘s get shopping. liverpool or edinburgh, the weather the scheme is great is more or less the same, cloudy because you could get stuck for money and and you could be like, i really want this for an event conditions, and roundabout nine celsius. changes are heading our that‘s coming up, and i know i‘m going to way. the week ahead is looking get paid at the end of the month and i‘ve got pretty changeable, pretty breezy and enough money to stretch. it's making us feel we are getting more of a deal and it's bringing blustery. i will get out of the way, them more money.
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if you are sensible, responsible and you can here, and you can see the breeze keep up with your finances then why not? we found out that payments increasing, the rain coming through through the biggest three companies have nearly doubled over the last year. ireland and scotland and for the new zealand firm layby have seen a big demand from shops to get early birds on sunday, expect rain the option added to their online checkout. in belfast and glasgow, probably for the retailer, they are seeing more chilly and cargo, as well. what an average order value uplift. people are spending more is approaching is a cold front. and then because they can spread the payments? by definition that means it is going the average order values are significantly higher as a result of paying by lay—by, yes. to bring colder weather. we are not most of these companies talking desperately cold but there will be a nip in the air over the next few days. here is that cold have been operating front bringing rain to western for a few extra years down under, cities. the rain tomorrow in london, so the australian regulator has published this big review. norwich, hull, york, looking fine, and they found that 60% of customers are under 3a and that some customers can become financially overcommitted the rain not reaching you until because of it. the financial conduct authority later on, on sunday, roundabout 3—4 here have told me they in the afternoon. and then in the don‘t regulate any firms not charging interest. but they are monitoring the market. west the sun comes out again. on sunday night into monday, this is where i need my clicker to click on, debt charities are already concerned customers are not we are potentially seeing some
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being given enough information. wintry showers in the morning and in we want to ensure that the people the afternoon, as well. that was who are using these products know the terms and conditions they are signing up to. if you don‘t know when the payment very entertaining, tomasz! i was terms will kick in over what charges or fees will be associated with it, gripped! you are welcome! we're you cannot be making a wise choice. not keeping up with repayments can damage your credit rating and with customer numbers growing so quickly, it‘s a problem that could increase. colletta smith, bbc news. joined now by paul lewis the bbc‘s moneybox programme. you have been plenty coming up in the programme having a look at the detail of these later today. there is an interesting quick house sale adverts. sometimes programme coming out, for young people who have been to the united people have to sell properties states and ta ken people who have been to the united states and taken a look at the bare quickly, through divorce or a new fa cts states and taken a look at the bare facts of the make—up industry. you job, you have to move, and these know when you have your eye shadow adverts are tempting, but the in the morning? concern of trading standards, which make sure that people behave lovely yes. is there something unusual when they are selling things, shows about that? absolutely. all the that in some cases they are breaking the law. 0ne that in some cases they are breaking the law. one thing we have come glitter in the eye shadow is not across with a couple of people is that the quick sale agent they went recycla ble.
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glitter in the eye shadow is not recyclable. just all the stuff you to, they reduce the asking price of don‘t think about. some people who their home without their permission. it is against the law and it could are committed to wearing make—up and bea it is against the law and it could be a crime. they are very concerned. going on instagram and youtube and they say that there are a number of making money out of it, are now these agents that they are looking into and they warned people to be thinking more carefully. if you have thoughts on that, let us note this aware of who they get you to sell their house quickly. anyone morning. we‘ll be back with a summary listening to you would assume that of the news at 6:30. there must be some rules that apply now it‘s time for the film review, to estate agents. there is an estate with jane hill and mark kermode. agents act, but the only way to regulate them at the moment is if theyjoin one of the professional bodies like the national association hello and a very warm welcome of bodies like the national association of estate agents which sets down to the film review on bbc news. to take us through this week‘s cinema releases is, as ever, mark kermode. standards and qualifications, but you or i could start up an estate good to see you, mark, what have you been watching? agents and all you have to do it interesting week. apartand agents and all you have to do it apart and putting up a sign and go we have the personal history of david copperfield, online is to sign up with one of the which is a new interpretation by armando iannucci. ombudsman services, if there were complaints about us, which i‘m sure we have no fathers in kashmir, which there wouldn‘t be! but it is
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unregulated and good estate agents is an ambitious political drama. are calling for proper statutory regulation to stop people setting up and the horror franchise is back in the grudge. as agents, making promises they may oh, good. yes, i know. not be able to keep and in some let‘s talk about david copperfield. cases breaking the law. just one 0k, fine, so, this is a new adaptation by armando iannucci, which is kind of notable for two thought, i know that you are good on reasons, one, for playing up this stuff, paul, you think people, the comedic elements and for finding the kind the modernists, unwittingly, through circumstances surreal, absurdist comedic or whatever, how to make sure that you do not get yourself in trouble? elements in the source. if you are in that situation now you and also for its brilliantly inclusive colourblind ensemble cast. could always leave your agent. they at the centre of it all, may have put in an price that is too we have dev patel as copperfield, who recounts his story from a stage. we see him at the very low. and that would blight your home beginning of the film, he comes on stage and he says "i‘m because people would have seen the going to recount my life story." lower price. you can leave them. and and then he turns around and walks back into a back drop, i should say if you feel that you have lost money you can go to the and through it and into his own life story. strides across the field, arrives property ombudsman. if you are not at the place of his own birth in that position but looking for a to witness his own birth, we then see his childhood, quick sale, always go for an estate his nightmarish time in the bottle factory, agent that is a member of one of the his adventure with his friends, and, inevitably, his love for dora. professional bodies like the here‘s a clip. he's apologising, jip shall we forgive him? national association of estate he says we shall. agents which sets standards and to
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which you can complain if things go wrong. moneybox on at midday today thank you, jip. in deeper voice: think on radio four. if you see any signs nothing of it, sir. he speaks very well. it was actually me. i like to pretend he speaks. some people think it idiotic. oh, no, i do it up on radio four. if you see any signs myself, all the time. upfor on radio four. if you see any signs up for lewis and stayt, don‘t on any don't i, mr... account do any business with these ..apple tree? people! in deeper voice: yes, yes. we‘ll be back with the headlines at 8am. now it‘s time for newswatch. i'm david copperfield. are you still being the tree? no. now it is time for newswatch i'm dora...spenlow. with me, samira ahmed. spenlow, dora spenlow? yes. budget cuts bite at bbc news, i don't know why i said it why had the victoria derbyshire like that, dora. ..spenlow. shall be the first to get the axe? i don't usually stop in the middle. and we look at the output of bbc trotwood, mr spenlow! trending will stop in—depth sorry. yes. reports about social media, or just clickbait about cats and celebrities. first, prospective candidates to be the next director general of the bbc deeper voice: bye-bye! will have a daunting pitch sorry? what was that? for the job after lord hall
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just jip. announced this week that he would be deeper voice: bye-bye, tree. leaving in the summer. appletree. ok, you laughed all one of the many challenges is how the way through that. the corporation should deal i laughed a lot during with the declining income this film, actually. i think it has an extraordinary cast, i mean they cast benedict wong, nikki amuka—bird, from licence fee revenues. rosalind eleazar, tilda swinton, hugh laurie, ben wishaw is the most the financial challenges ahead of making the over 755 pay for their licence fees again, brilliant incarnation. and the governments po55ible decriminalization of the refusal to pay that fee. we arrived with that kind it‘s been known for some time that of pudding bowl haircut. bbc news would be seeing what i love about the film is this, significant budget cuts, firstly, i think it‘s really and this week, saw the first vibrant, i mean it‘s a really high—profile ca5ualty. vibrant piece of film—making. it sets up this theatrical good morning, welcome motife at the beginning, to the programme, we are still here and all the way through the film, telling your stories and covering there are these kind the issues that are important of theatrical scene changes, to you in your life. when they will be in one scene, you know what? we don‘t give up. and the backdrop will literally fall away like a tarp falling, which kind of reinforces the idea of a theatrical presentation. it also has, for me, a touch victoria derbyshire there opening of the terry gilliams about it. the show that bears her name on thursday morning there are childhood memories after she had learned from reading in which you see some fantastical things, like a hand breaking the newspaper that through the ceiling, as memory and fantasy the previous day gives way to reality. that the programme‘s it deals with all the really tough is coming to an end. she had said on social media that she was devastated, and colleagues, media commentators and politicians stuff, like that time also criticised the decision. so too viewers including mike, who wrote...
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in the bottle factory, but, the film is always full of life and colour and motion and emotion, and i think it. i mean, i laughed, i‘ve seen this twice now, and i laughed all the way through, but it wasn‘t just laughter because it‘s like a, and john holtby agreed. it‘s a surface adaptation, it‘s laughter because the film is so empathetic. it draws you into this absolutely beautiful broad canvas of characters. not a foot wrong, in terms of the performances, some really great comic moments, but at the centre of it, dev patel, who i think has some of the pathos of charlie chaplin. well, we hope to discuss i thought he was astonishing, actually. he‘s wonderful, isn‘t he? absolutely wonderful. the decision and budget cuts more he was such a versatile actor, he‘s such a brilliant performer. he has his sort of slapstick moments in it, but he has widely, with the bbc director that central thing that, of news fran un5worth in the next week or two. like chaplain, you love his in the meantime, a statement put out character for all the foibles on twitter, she paid tribute and all the failings, to victoria derbyshire and the team, adding, this has not and you want him to succeed. and you have to love the character to follow the character through this kind of labyrinthine journey. i think that i loved it more, you had some reservations... i think you love it more than me, but that‘s not to say i didn‘t enjoy it, and the colours have really stayed with me.
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oh, yeah. i mean, really beautiful, and i loved dev patel. i‘m not always a fan of films world leaders gathered injerusalem that just are one famous person after another, i find that sometimes on thursday for an event marking as unimaginative casting, but some of this is superb. 75 years since the liberation of the nazi death camps i thought hugh laurie was extrodinary! at auschwitz. absolutely brilliant, the previous night in the lead i also thought that although there are a lot of famous names, there were a lot of lesser known up to the anniversary, names, i mean this is casting from stage and screen, bbc news showed an interview with holocaust survivor, rena quint, and there was not one by the very experienced middle east performance in which i thought, correspondent 0rla gorin, "that person "is there for anything who finished her other than the fact that they are "the right person for the role." report like this... yes, yes, good point. i mean, tilda swinton is a huge name, but she is brilliantly in yad va5hem‘s hall of names, cast as betsy trotwood. she‘s really, really funny. images of the dead. and hugh laurie as mr dick, you completely believe young soldiers troop in his character and his obsession in to share the binding tragedy with the beheading of of the jewish people. the king, i loved it. the state of israel is now a regional power, already one of my favourites of the year. and for decades, it has occupied go and see it. palestinian territories. i think we would both say that. go and see it. but some here will always talk us through your second choice. see their nation through the prism so, no fathers in kashmir, of persecution and survival. which is an ambitious drama written and directed by ashvin kumar, who was oscar—nominated for a short he made in 200a. nominated in 2005 called little terrors. so zara webb is noor, that reference to israel occupying
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she is a british kashmir palestinian territories infuriated teenager from birmingham, and offended many viewers. she goes to meet her grandparents in a country that she‘s never been to before. 0nce she‘s there, she befriends here‘s myra. majid, who‘s played by shivan raina, and they both discover that their fathers were friends. she always thought, noor always thought that her father had abandoned the home, but it turns out that both their fathers seem to be part of the disappeared. they are people who have been taken away by the authorities and their fate is unknown. now, the interesting thing about the film is this, it is essentially two the bbc 5pokesper5on separate films intertwined. said in response... one of them is a coming of age story, and i think advantage is that stuff really brilliantly. i mean, i love a good coming—of—age movie, and i think this has great performances from the two young leads. the other side of it is a much more we discussed on last week ‘5 advertently political drama, which, programme, the bbc‘s reporting for me, works less well because it of the duke and duchess of sussex, involves a level of dramatic but your comments on that subject contrivance that i didn‘t buy into. that said, it‘s made have continued to come in. for a very restricted budgets, and with an awful lot of, you know, passion most of them this week focused by everyone involved. so i think that even on the presence of the parts that it failed, it was worth celebrating the part sophie long and a camera crew of it that works, and for me, on vancouver island, where the part of that that works the royal couple are now staying.
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is the relationship between the two apart from the expense of sending a team there, young characters, who i said i think it was something else that irked were terrifically well played lynn. the gutter pre55 had gone out by zara webb and shivan raina. to vancouver island to try and because we‘ve had the joy of david copperfield, and take photographs, you had to bring me something and i can only assume that the bbc to offset that. how many of the grudge were there to report films have you seen? is that a joke question? on the gutter pre55. which makes them no here‘s the thing, in a way, they‘re all kind of the same. better in my view. so, short version, there was original versions, what did the bbc expect to achieve j horrorfilms, two straight if they had actually to videos, than a theatrical filmed meghan and harry, release, then a us remake, that would‘ve been a total which spawned two sequels, invasion of their privacy. the third of which, no, the second of which went back to video. meghan and harry have made everyone had thought this had all gone. the decision to step back no, now it‘s back. from doing public dutie5, this is described not in order to avoid the press as a sequel but as a side—quel. a side—quel. intru5ion that they have suffered what, what? from for the last 18 months. is this a thing? they want to be left alone. that‘s the word they‘re using. apparently it‘s a thing. essentially, story starts where it was before. brings the horror over to america, a whole bunch of creepy stuff going on, all of which appears to be now, last week, an article appeared tied to a particular house. on the home page of the bbc website. here‘s a clip. i see. it sparked something of a debate about the value the lenders, the real estate agents, of the corporations online output. that thing injapan — they're connected. i'm telling you,
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you've got to trust me. my i get it. my boyfriend dumped me but how do i i do. tell my cat, read the headline. i wish i knew how to help you. read that headline, and the story that followed prompted fresh allegations that the bbc news online wa5 dumbing down. just take some time off. spend some time with the girls. and then, maybe it'll stop. nigel cummings agreed, it's never going to stop. never. fulminating. .. let's get out of here. come on. so this is directed bryn harris widened by nicolas pesce, who directed eyes of my mother and piercing. both of which were really, really interesting, creepy, out that criticism... strange, inventive films. this is none of those. this is absolutely a return to that mechanical form of horror movie making, in which it goes quiet, quiet, quiet, bang! quiet, quiet, bang! and the visuals are dark, dark, scary face! dark, dark, scary face! well, the feature about
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the boyfriend and the cat that‘s it, it‘s just came from bbc trending, like all the way through. a strand devoted, as it says, and you go, are we to in—depth reporting going to get a cameo? you‘ve got some fine actors, andrea riseborough, you have on the world of social media. interesting performances. yes, she is great, what is she doing in this? she is reacting to the fact their stories appear across a number of bbc that every couple of social media outlets. second somebody is boo! on facebook and twitter, 0r somebody... and you just think, oh, come on, seriously? this is like kids entertainment level. as you would expect, this director is a very fine director, unfortunately, this has none of his best traits. 0k, best out, i‘m afraid but also via podca5ts, world service radio and on television. i didn‘t like this one. i know. recent examples of the work range i didn‘t like this one, from women equate being trafficked i know i‘m in the minority. online to the rise of the brazilian this is the last week i‘m butt lift, with me to explain going to fly the flag for it. because i‘m just going to use this more is mike wendling, opportunity to say i think the fact the editor of bbc trending. thank you for coming on newswatch. that adam sandler didn‘t get the story did strike a bit of a nerve, i think it‘s fair to say, is it how nominated for best performance to tell my cat my boyfriend dumped me really what qualifies for his role in uncut gems a5 a new story for bbc news? is really terrible, yes. because i think whether you let me explain it like this. like the film or not. no, he is very good, i will give you that. news, all news, our website, he is very, very good. he is better than very good. newspapers, any news outlets, he‘s astonishing. usually has light and shade, right? and, you know, this and has other serious film are the two things that demonstrate that in that strange,
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you know, comedic exterior, there is a really interesting acting force struggling to get out. lighter and stories that might be a little bit heavier. but it is a difficult film. so, let‘s move onto a dvd of the week, because i think we both love it. the bit that i‘m responsible for, we both love it, yes! so this is bait, which is the very small part of the bbc news the markjenkin and film. website, bbc trending, it is a really, really only authentic detail of tensions has also recently reported in a cornish fishing village, in which there are in comers on russian interference who are trying to turn it into a tourist house. in the uk election. it is directed by markjenkins we had a viewer, who shot the whole film a reader who mentioned on black—and—white film, without sound, post sink afterwards, au5tralian bu5hfires, well, hand processed in his studio. it is, i think, one of the most we published a story that was very remarkable films of the last decade. it‘s been nominated for a couple popular about misinformation online about the australian of baftas for best british film. yes, yes. bu5hfires, about a discussion which, let‘s just say on social media in iran it now, it should win. about the downing of the ukrainian airliner. no question, just forget it, so, you know, there is it should win that. he is also nominated, a whole range of material. i think, for best debut. i just loved it. now, i want to actually addre55 i absolutely loved it. what‘s actually in the story, you are a fan, right? clever, unusual, inventive. because i feel like a lot you think, "this is going of the reaction came, not to be a bit weird." necessarily about the story itself, then it completely sucks you in and, but about the headline. again, the visuals, you can say, oh, it‘s a silly thing i still remember the visuals. absolutely. about a post about a woman and i saw it quite a long time ago. and her relationship with her cat. absolutely, and there‘s a film but if you frame it in a different coming out called the lighthouse, way, if you say that which you should see this on a double bill with it‘s actually about grief, the lighthouse, because that... the robert pattinson...?
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with robert pattinson, relationships, break—up, that is coming up very, very soon, and these two, somehow, they kind of, and mental health, which essentially they weirdly mirror each other in a very strange way, is what the story was about, but what a time to be alive when a film like bait and we spoke to experts about those issues, is being made this year. than it looks a little bit less it‘s terrific. great stuff, thank you very much. like fluff or light or clickbait. really interesting, a mixed bag for the week, 0k. but an interesting one. and suppose people might say, yes, do go see david copperfield thank. bbc trending overwhelmingly covers you so much for being with us, quite seriously stories, enjoy your cinema going, but isn‘t it important that anything see you next time, bye—bye. about wider social issues and global concerns you are saying it does, but the headline was misleading, because there are stories which people feel don‘t have that defence. well, that may be the case, but don‘t think that the story qualifies, to be completely honest with you. i think that it was a perfectly legitimate thing to take a look at this issue. it started a wider conversation on social media, and we look at those. now, all of the conversations that we look at on social media are going to be about say, russian misinformation in the uk election, this is simply a different topic and a simply different way of looking at social media. it‘s interesting you say starting a conversation. people are saying is that bbc news
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job to be starting a conversation which might seem trivial, and which other outlets can do, that the bbc news should be focused on clear new5. so, what we do, what we aim to do with every piece, right? is to take a look at what people are interested in, which is actually one of the fundamental definitions of news, things that people are interested in, and crucially, notjust sort of repeat, you know, it‘s not like wejust sort of put up that post, we add value. we look at the issues behind it. hello, this is breakfast with we talk to the people charlie stayt and naga munchetty. who originally may have good morning, now a summary of produced the post. sometimes, we go to the sources today‘s main stories from bbc news. of disinformation or misinformation online. the first three european cases that‘s where we add value. of coronavirus have been that‘s our purpose. confirmed in france. authorities in china say the number of people killed by the infection there is now a1. it comes as china begins its is there a real generational divide celebrations of the lunar new year. about what counts as news? many events have been cancelled i have no idea how old the people and a new hospital is being built
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who are writing in are. in the city of wuhan to deal but i suspect that, with the outbreak. the numbers bear this out, football clubs in the uk have that a lot of the people been accused of being who are reading this ‘too dependent‘ on sponsorship particular story were younger. from the gambling industry. it was younger in general the sports minister, nigel adams, and the people who read bbc 0nline. said teams need to look so, that could be a part of it. at different sources of income, look, i mean, we run a general given the social problems service here at the bbc, right? caused by gambling. so, you know, if you do not want his criticism comes after a deal or are not interested between the fa and betting companies in our coverage in this particular to show some matches exclusively area about relationships or pets or whatever, you may be interested on their sites. in our political coverage, there is way too much dependency you may be interested in hard news, in football on sponsorship from gambling firms. that‘s plain to see. the day to day news that appears what we have seen in the last few on bbc 0nline, which of course is the mainstay of the website. weeks, with the live streaming it‘s a general service, of the fa cup games, and we provide part of that service to, quite frankly, i immediately got hold of the fa, and there will be no more live an audience that has been ignored by a lot of the bbc for a long time. streaming of fa cup games in the same manner. we have to look at this very mike, thank you so much. carefully, because problem gambling, thank you for all your addictive gambling, leads to serious comments this week. social problems, and in some cases if you want to share your opinions people have done drastic things. on what you see or hear on the bbc people have taken their lives, news, including its social media and online output, so we‘re at this very closely. please do e—mail us. rescue workers in turkey
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are searching for survivors after an earthquake killed or you can find us on twitter. at least 20 people. the 6.8 magnitude quake struck a remote area in the east of the country. you can callus... around 30 people are believed to be trapped under rubble you could even appear and hundreds more injured. on the programme, and do tremors were also felt have a look at our website for the previous di5cussion5. in neighbouring countries. a charity offering mental health support to military veterans that‘s all from us, we will be back says it will be unable to take to hear your thoughts about bbc news on new referrals from next week coverage again next week. due to a funding crisis. the nhs says it has goodbye. increased resources for veterans, but combat stress, which receives more than 2,000 referrals every year, has questioned whether the health service will be able to cope with the additional demands. people who commit fraud currently operate with impunity, according to a review by police in england and wales. the report says forces have not kept pace with a sharp rise in cases, and thatjust 2% of crimes involving fraud are detected. the home office said it would look carefully at the findings. the un is calling for good morning, welcome to breakfast international help to fight huge with naga munchetty and swarms of locusts that are causing charlie stayt.
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0ur headlines today: havoc across east africa. the organisation said ethiopia, the coronavirus reaches kenya and somalia are struggling europe, with three cases with an "unprecedented" confirmed in france. meanwhile, health officials in china and "devastating" infestation. say 41 people have now died. scientists say the swarms, will the government call full—time which pose a big threat on football‘s relationship with gambling firms? to crops, have flourished in extreme weather conditions. it says the sport should "look an adult locust can at different sources of income". travel up to 93 miles — and eat its own weight in food — at least 20 people are dead and hundreds injured after a powerful injust one day. earthquake in turkey. the search for and now the sports news. survivors is underway. ben stokes says sorry, following an outburst at a fan who was abusing him yesterday. the incident happened just ben is here. after the all rounder got out in the first test against south africa. in the first test against south the weather has been quite settled africa, ben stokes, someone in the for eight few days but there is a change on the way. from tomorrow, crowd said something to him. and ben stokes crowd said something to him. and ben rain and increasing winds. sto kes ha d crowd said something to him. and ben stokes had a go, back. he used some choice language and now could be in it‘s saturday, 25th of january. a little bit of bother. we will not our top story: say what he said but do we know what
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the person in the crowd had said to the first three cases of coronavirus him? it was talking about his hair in europe have been confirmed in france. colour, making fun of his ginger at least 41 people have now died hair. the thing is, no sports person in china as a result of coronavirus. it comes as china begins its celebrations of the lunar new year, needs to put up with that nonsense, as simon jones reports. for some, the holiday but ben stokes will be kicking celebrations have begun. but in wuhan, the epicentre himself. in the heat of battle in of the outbreak of coronavirus, it looks more like a ghost town. johannesburg, a bit of a cauldron of home to around 11 million people, a stadium. he has been doing while the streets are empty, the hospital‘s aren‘t, brilliantly. overwhelmed with potential cases. ben stokes has apologised the symptoms include coughs, fever and breathing problems. for the incident that happened the city is now rapidly building a new hospital which will have 1000 beds. just after he got out on day it could be ready within days, a one of the final test sign of the concern about the virus. against south africa. some tourists flying out of china bleep! tensions clearly were running to the us were relieved. high at the wanderers. we were cool at first but then when everything started shutting stokes admitted he should not have reacted whilst england have asked down we thought we should leave. for security to be beefed up i have been in and out of china for the rest of the test. a few times and this is one stokes could receive a fine or even of the rare times that i felt like it was time for me to leave.
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a ban for the outburst. in france though, confirmation that the virus has spread. after play, stokes issued a statement saying translation: we have today, that he apologised for his language that was heard on the live the first european cases. broadcast, which was unprofessional. it‘s possible that we have them he says he reacted because we developed the test very after being subjected to repeated abuse as he left the field quickly and we are capable at the wanderers. of identifying them. he praised the support tests in the uk have of both sets of fans, so far proved negative. and says this one incident will not we think there is a fair chance we may get some cases over time. ruin a competitive series. of course, this depends on whether this continues for a long time, or whether this turns out england are 192—4, when play gets under way again shortly. to be something which is brought let‘s head out to under control relatively quickly the australian open by the considerable efforts for the first time this morning. john watson is in melbourne for us. of the chinese government. let‘s start with the top seed in the men‘s dranohn. those efforts involve travel restrictions rafa nadal looking in top form. in an increasing number of cities. he is indeed. good morning from a glorious, sunny melbourne. and rafa medics from the military are being sentin medics from the military are being sent in to try to contain the nadal was brilliant with his outbreak. but the world health organization has not classed the virus straight sets victory over pablo as an international emergency, partly because of the low carreno busta. he always seem to number of overseas cases. simon jones, bbc news. play well against other spaniards and put in a brilliant performance once again and it sets up the football is far too dependant
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on money from gambling sponsorships, according to the sports minister, nigel adams. interesting prospect of him playing his warning comes amid mounting nick curtius, a home favourite here, scrutiny of the close relationship between the sport in action a little bit later on. —— and the industry after a deal was struck for some fa cup games to be shown exclusively on betting websites. nick. he said that he had lacked a here‘s our sports editor, dan roan. the last round of the fa cup bit of respect for himself and the was overshadowed by an outcry over a deal that meant some matches were only shown live spirit, and nick had responded on bookmakers‘ websites. saying that he was super salty. be there‘s since been a climb—down, an interesting matchup. there is a but the controversy has reignited huge amount of a love for rafa nadal concern at how much betting as there is the roger federer. you companies use football to advertise. wonder the crowd will be split if there is clearly increasing unease about the relationship between gambling and sports, just as there nick kyrgios gets. we re gambling and sports, just as there were between the tobacco industry. there was a shock in what we really need is some form of the women‘s draw though government involvement because that with karolina pliskova out. is what happened in the 19705. it used to be sports such as formula 1 0na day on a day when we were recovering or cricket, we had the benson and from serena williams going out hedges cup, and all of this helps to yesterday. the defending champion is out. and we have seen karolina normalise what is a product which is
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pliskova going out, the player dangerous and addictive do something eve ryo ne pliskova going out, the player everyone is talking about in the women‘s game as someone who will which we associate with health, which we associate with health, make the next step and win a grand which is clearly in the form of slam title for the first time. she sport. will not be doing it at the having committed to reviewing gambling laws, the government says it now wants to see change. australian open, serena williams there is way too much dependency won‘t be as she chases the elusive within football on gambling, 24 won‘t be as she chases the elusive 2a grand slam, and naomi sacco went firms' sponsorship. that's plain to see. we have to look at this very, very carefully out to a 15—year—old, coco gough, i because problem gambling, you know, addictive gambling leads to serious social problems. and i am sure the football authorities are aware of that do wonder whether this could be one but they do need to look of those fairy tale stories for coco at different sources of income. gough after what we have seen played out this year and at wimbledon when she replicated her run to the fourth at least 20 people are dead and hundreds injured after a powerful earthquake round, there. she captured the in eastern turkey. rescue workers are continuing imagination of the british public to search for survivors. the quake, with a magnitude last week. the australian public of about 6.8, was also getting behind the tournament. a felt in neighbouring countries. gareth barlow has this report. lovely, sunny day in melbourne, what has the atmosphere been like? we rescuers carry survivors out from the rubble. the 6.8 magnitude quake sent we re has the atmosphere been like? we were saying this earlier, it is very buildings crashing to the ground and residents rushing different to wimbledon. if you spin the camera around, you can see there
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is one little bar, which is very into the streets. nice, people enjoying themselves in the exact moment the earthquake struck, captured live on turkish tv. the sunshine. i wouldn‘t say it is rowdy but more lively than you‘d amid the inky darkness, expect of wimbledon. this is another among ruined buildings, rather nice bar, as you can see. screams rang out as more than 400 rescue teams rushed this looks like the sort of place that charlie hangs out in the uk in to help survivors. the summer! lovely white seating, dozens of aftershocks followed the main tremor, umbrellas, shady areas. where are which was also felt in neighbouring syria, lebanon and iran. you from a? sydney. i have moved the region, 550 kilometres east here. do you come every year? no. we of the capital ankara, is remote and sparsely populated, so the true extent of the damage and fatalities could be slow to emerge. turkey lies on major are getting a grand pass, and we are fault lines and is prone to frequent earthquakes — going to see rafa nadal. who would around 17,000 people died you like to see winning? we spoke in a massive quake in 1999. gareth barlow, bbc news. about nick kyrgios. he is an interesting character, do the aussies love him? 0r a charity offering mental health support to military veterans interesting character, do the aussies love him? or do they not says it will be unable to take like the fact he doesn‘t show enough on new referrals from next week due respect for tennis. he's a to a funding crisis.
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character. we love character. and the nhs says it has increased everything he has done for the resources for vetera ns, but combat stress, which receives more than 2,000 referrals every year, players as well. we seem to have has questioned whether the health service will be able to cope scared away your friends. that gives with the additional demands. you a flavour of what this place is the prime minister has released like. i always find it weird talking a photograph of himself to you guys when it is 6:30am, and signing the historic brexit withdrawal agreement in downing street. here, everybody has been drinking all day, as you can see. it is 12 borisjohnson said it was a "fantastic moment" for the country, o‘clock somewhere at every time of the day. so don‘t worry about that. as final preparations are made for the uk‘s exit from the european union next friday. i love the fact that we are getting the documents had earlier been to see what everyone is up to. can signed by eu leaders in brussels, before being sent to london by train. you paint a picture of charlie, the un is calling for international help to fight huge sitting in that bar, so that swarms of locusts that are causing havoc across east africa. eve ryo ne sitting in that bar, so that everyone understands what you mean? the organisation said ethiopia, kenya and somalia are struggling with an "unprecedented" it is just and "devastating" infestation. everyone understands what you mean? it isjust a everyone understands what you mean? it is just a cool, everyone understands what you mean? it isjust a cool, laid—back environment. i can imagine charlie, scientists say the swarms, with a couple of his top buttons which pose a big threat undone, a little bit of his chest to crops, have flourished in extreme weather conditions. an adult locust can out, sunglasses, the sun beaming travel up to 93 miles, down, a glass of something cold. and eat its own weight
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in food, in just one day. charlie knows what i‘m talking about. do you know what charlie is eagle—eyed star trek fans have doing right now? he is winding you spotted something strangely familiar about the new us space force logo. up. this segment is over! who is here‘s the original star trek emblem, as seen on those famous coloured uniforms. your body? i have found a friend to go and enjoy a drink with. there you and here is the space force logo. go. we are going to leave him. he's it was revealed by president donald trump, and the striking resemblance has got people talking, making friends wherever he goes! we including a former star trek star. know where we will find john for the george takei, who played lieutenant next hour, at least. the top buttons sulu in the original 19605 series, tweeted he was undone, there you go! "expecting royalties". it‘s fa cup fourth round weekend. ten ties today. sheffield wednesday are through after winning 2—1 at qpr. sam whinnel got what proved to be the winner right at the end. derby and northampton will replay can‘t blame him. very similar! thank you forjoining us this morning. we after a goalless draw. will have the weather shortly. you can watch coverage of the fa cup across the bbc this weekend. the first of three live games is on bbc one at lunchtime
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when brentford take on leicester city. there‘ll also be a pop—up "fa chinese officials are planning to cup channel" on bbc iplayer — which includes classic fa cup ties build a new hospital within ten days from the past as well as coverage from the weekend‘s games. to contain the coronavirus. experts new zealand rugby league star are still trying to answer difficult sonny bill williams will be allowed to cover up to logo questions. some of those included of the super league‘s title sponsor this one, how contagious is it? this season for religious reasons. early reports suggest people with no symptoms at all may be able to toronto‘s new player is a devout muslim and the betfred logos spread the virus. another is, how will be blanked out as, deadly is it? around a quarter of along with alcohol and banking, gambling is an industry all cases are severe and most will recover, but it seems less deadly he does not promote. how about this for a finish in the rugby last night? northampton were heading top than sars. and the third question of the premiership when they led london irish with less than two minutes to go. is, where did the virus come from? irish didn‘t give up though and that chargedown led to dave porecki experts are confident the virus scoring to seal only their second jumped from animals to humans, but win at northampton in 15 years. there is still a risk of new this season will be the richest ever for golfers infections until the source is on the ladies european tour. found. there‘ll be record prize money we‘re joined now by and more events than ever before. professor tom solomon, who is working on improvements players will now compete for a testing kit for the virus. for more than £15 million — hearing for a testing kit for the virus. the statistics we are hearing that‘s up by more than hearing the statistics we are hearing now, the increased numbers in china and the first cases in £4 million from last year. the number of tournaments has europe, can you put this into also increased to 2a — perspective for us? yes, the best
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nine more than a couple of years ago. the last 2—3 years have been a struggle in the let. comparison is with sars in 2003, florida players have just not had the opportunity to play in golf tournaments which, which was similar, it was a as a player, is all you want to do. coronavirus which spread from so i think everyone‘s really excited animals to humans for the first time. the difference back then was about this joint venture and, you know, if they can get more playing opportunities, that the epidemic grew to quite a you know it‘s only going to be good. size in china before they admitted that they had a problem and they got the standard will get better, help. this time it has been a very and they can show how good they are. different response. they have been some incredible pictures quick to let people know about it, to show you now, quick to let people know about it, quick to let people know about it, quick to share the information that from the monte carlo rally where the world champion has they have. if we start with it's walked away without any injuries coming from animals, how, is it after a dramatic crash. estonian driver 0tt ta nak lost control of his car and careered off the road through a section where speeds can get being bitten or being eaten?m up to 110 miles per hour. china and much of asia there are miraculously, he and his markets where live animals are sold co—driver were unhurt — because people like to buy very save for a few bruises probably, fresh meat, so fresh that it is even more remarkable when you see still alive. these are often compact footage from inside the car showing it flipping over several times. markets and essentially, the it feels like it goes over for an excrement from animals can contaminate humans. so it probably agonising length of time. yes, and was a sick animal, one carrying the just prove, and a second, he does virus, and it was probably the
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walk out. they make them strong, excrement of that that was inhaled bya human, excrement of that that was inhaled by a human, or on food. these cars. i guess that his excrement of that that was inhaled bya human, or on food. it is unlikely to be a bite, based on what we know about this type of virus. codriver is already out. amazing images. so pleased he is ok. do you let‘s talk about the prevention of spreading this disease. chinese authorities are building a new like haggis? i‘ve had it a few hospital to isolate individuals. 0ne of the problems with the sars virus times. it is all about the was that often hospitals were a traditions. i think people eat it place that was seen as hot beds, places where the disease was whenever, i would. spreading. sadly, that is the case. perhaps you‘re one of the thousands of people planning to mark burns night this evening, we know that a proportion of the the annual celebration of scottish poet people who have been ill health care robert burns‘ birthday. workers, and sadly today we have you eat haggis. you might be brushing up heard today that the first doctor on your scottish poetry, has died from the infection. when dusting off your drams or even having a plate of haggis. it seems more and more people most people are hiding themselves in england and wales arejoining away, health care workers still have the scots in their fondness to go and help. where are you for the traditional dish, as nick sheridan getting that information from? that has been finding out. we are about to reveal the secret of one of life‘s great mysteries. was reported about ten minutes ago what is a haggis? from china, one of the doctors, a # haggis season has begun...# the humble haggis. 62—year—old doctor looking after rarely seen in the wild, patients in wuhan. there are other the mystique of this animal
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is synonymous with scotland and everything scottish. questions in terms of the kinds of there is no evidence that haggis people who are dying. we understand is native to scotland. in fact, it is thought to have the death toll is now 41 in china, thatis the death toll is now 41 in china, originated in ancient times. that is the latest number we have received. 62 years old, relatively but the fate of every haggis nationwide was sealed young, really, you would expect when rabbie burns penned his eight—verse address to a haggis, healthy, in the health care service, which became the centre point of every burns night although we don‘t know details about after his death. do you like haggis? this person. we see pictures behind 0h, a wee bit, aye. your people with masks, and whether do you think you would ever go back on the haggis? or not these are effective and for me, you know, it's like a drink. whether there is adequate protection the haggis, for me, it's like a drink with other people. for those exposed to it. as far as i but i've stopped it now. i have reformed. january is breeding season have seen, health staff in china are not just wearing masks, for haggis, not in the wild, have seen, health staff in china are notjust wearing masks, they have more protective gear. it seems those most likely to get sick are those but in the factory behind us, in the village of dunning over 40, and also those with chronic where, injanuary, they‘ve made medical problems. of course, the around 1.2 million haggis. majority of people who have been simon howie butchers, hospitalised have survived. in fact, one of the largest haggis manufacturers in the country, there are probably thousands of this year are reporting others who have been infected, but an unusual trend. it seems, the last couple you have not even been unwell enough of years, haggis doesn‘t just appeal in scotland, to go to hospital. it is important its appeal is spreading.
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to go to hospital. it is important to bear that in mind in terms of 60% of our annual sales are taken up south of the border, so to speak, overall perspective. you are so england and wales, involved in research around testing. and it is great that we are sending what are the procedures at the a little bit to northern ireland, moment? i am director of the health as well and we will be sending around 750,000 haggis down south protection research department at of the border during burns alone. liverpool university. 0ur unit has what should you eat with haggis? chappit tatties and neeps. helped to deal with outbreaks like chappit tatties and neeps? so, what actually is the meat? this. a bowler was a previous virus, the meat is a mixture of beef and we do research in all sorts of and lamb, so we have a mixture areas to support public health england. there is already a diagnostic test which public health of beef offal and lamb offal and the seasoning, which is behind me here, oats, england have developed rapidly. we barley and things like that, we‘ve got salt and pepper and it are developing newer tests in all goes in together. liverpool. the other thing we are it goes in through a metal plate, trying to support is the modelling and it all comes out and gets ready studies to try and work out how many for the next process. you‘ve got your meat, people really have been infected in and you‘ve got your seasoning, so what happens next with this? china. the timeframe is clearly this is called the hoist, and this crucial. we talked about this comes into one of our fillers, yesterday, the time it takes to do a which is basically a big hopper at the end, itjust uses a vacuum blood test, for example, to be to push things through. secure that the information is what is the plural of haggis? correct. given the outbreak of ——
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haggh so, how many haggi are in that? you are going to get about 350. and the outbreak of it spreading, it each trolley holds becomes all the more important. yes, between 350 and 500 kilos. and then we will put them in the cooker, and you get thatis becomes all the more important. yes, that is why this is a different sort three trolleys per cooker. of outbreak. as soon as the chinese i need one of those ovens at home, don‘t you think, in the kitchen? had information about what the meanwhile, their competitor mcsween‘s have noticed outbreak was and is genetic a similar trend. 54% of their sales are sequence, they shared this south of the border. information so that every laboratory so what exactly has non—scots in the world could create their own hankering after haggis? diagnostic tests. 0n in the world could create their own diagnostic tests. on this occasion, i think there‘s this the tests are ready even before any perception now of haggis patients have arrived in the uk. you as getting better and better. people are seeing it refer to the experience that china as the best thing you can have. has because of the sars virus in you are not going to have it every night, but, people have an appreciation for it. 2003 and we have now reported that and it‘s got that some cases have been found in great name behind it. it‘s traditional, as well. europe, in france. who is equipped and inevitably, given the worldwide trend of meat free alternatives, to deal with this? it comes down to the vegetarian and vegan version has now made its debut. more than medical expertise, it is definitely, people are asking more infrastructure and information. about vegetarian options that‘s right. most countries now, as well as the meat option. over the last 20 years we have got i would say 30—40% now. better at dealing with these it's very high. emerging virus outbreaks, so we have systems on standby. people at the and also having it in a non—traditional form,
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hospital in liverpool, for example, so notjust haggis, tatties collea g u es hospital in liverpool, for example, colleagues have been doing the drill, preparing to deal with a and neeps, but in a toasty, patient arriving with this like you see here, a quesadilla, in the bonbons, are very popular. infection. and what would happen? if so, a warning to the curious. they are positive, it is getting if you are still on the lookout them into isolation as quickly as for haggis in the wild, you might be waiting a while. possible. 0ne them into isolation as quickly as possible. one issue is how we nick sheridan, bbc news. respond to people who perhaps have come back from wuhan and have a haggis markets. and vegetarian fever and go home, what is the initial thing that happens? you don‘t necessarily want them to come haggis. i‘ve had some very nice vegetarian haggis. doesn‘t matter, into an emergency department. in at all. where is tomasz, where are that situation, people are encouraged to phone nhs111 and get advice from there. as it stands at the moment, there have been no you on haggis? its a no from me, in positive tests here. that's right, but it seems very likely that it will happen sooner or later, and the my defence i don‘t like to eat meat important thing to remember is that very much. here is the thing about we are ready to deal with it. the other important thing is that where there have been cases in other vegetarian food. there are so many countries, there has not yet been options out there at the moment. the secondary transmission. there has been one imported case, but it has point is that some folks don‘t like not yet been passed on to others and eating the meat, they prefer the others. i suppose another reassuring
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vegetarian stuff, because it doesn‘t thing is the idea of eight super look like meat, so i‘m not sure spreader, someone who passes the about vegetarian stuff looking like disease to ten people or more. we meat. that‘s the point. have not seen a case of that yet. no, not get. people may remember let‘s talk about the weather now, with sars coronavirus, this terrible enough about food. you can see the story of somebody who was unwell in scroll of cloud heading our way. a hotel in hong kong, the hotel had that is going to bring a change to our weather tomorrow. at the moment fa u lty a hotel in hong kong, the hotel had faulty drainpipes and effectively, the sewage, the vomit and diarrhoea we have a lot of cloud around. that from this patient was spread to has been over us for quite some others from the spray of these time. we‘ve had higher pressure, downpipes. that is the kind of situation we want to avoid. really settled conditions, some drizzle in places but now the weather front is interesting hearing your expertise approaching from the west and that this morning. thank you. is going to shift things around, but not until tomorrow. today, the here‘s tomasz with a look at this morning‘s weather. forecast, between eight and 10 degrees with a lot of cloud around. this evening, we have a weather front approaching. that satellite good morning. there is very little picture, across ireland into western whether to talk about today, it‘s pretty much what many of us have had parts of scotland, starting to break up parts of scotland, starting to break up the cloud across the rest of the in the last few days. 0ften cloudy, country. but it stays dry across a little bit of drizzle, whether you
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are in the north or the south of the major cities on sunday morning. and country. there are changes on the then the weather front marches way. this is the kind of weather we through. this is a cold front. that have got right now. the satellite picture doesn‘t show up the very low means colder air is marching in cloud, but it does show the bigger, behind, so that means that it is beefier clouds that bring the rain, going to turn colder across the and this is where the low pressure north and west from tomorrow. you is coming from, off the atlantic and that heralds a change. from can see with the rain and wind sweeping across the west country, tomorrow, we are expecting different looks as though the morning, and a weather. in the short term, it is a pretty overcast sky across the vast first part of the afternoon, east anglia and the south—east staying majority of the uk. a bit of dry until around the middle of the sunshine ina majority of the uk. a bit of sunshine in a few places, the odd afternoon. it starts to rain in shower in the south—west. but that london and for example, in whole. is pretty much it. changes start to and then it is clear out towards the ta ke is pretty much it. changes start to take place later on today in the west tomorrow. let‘s have a look at north—west of the country. the forecast for tomorrow night. increasing winds. you can see the that‘s what i want to point out, rain starts to approach ireland, the western isles of scotland and this weather front here could bring elsewhere across the uk it is a some snow to northern ireland, parts mostly dry night. on sunday, the of northern england, so first thing on monday morning, it could be a weather front is reaching the far little icy in places. but monday is south—west of england and wales and
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looking breezy with some showers. raining quite heavily in northern thank you very much, tomasz, see you ireland and western scotland. it is a cold front, which quite often means we have colder weather coming in behind and this will be in place later. across the uk later on sunday and now it‘s time for into monday. some chilly weather on the latest technology news in ‘click‘. the way, and even potentially a little snow for some of us. on sunday, wet weather across many western parts of the uk. plymouth, three, two, one, zero. cardiff, birmingham, newcastle. then it brightens up later in the afternoon in places like belfast and getting into space is an expensive, glasgow. but in the afternoon it dangerous, highly complicated looks like it will be raining in business, where hundreds london and norwich. i mentioned of thousands of precision—made parts all have to work together perfectly. colder air. and i also mentioned a if they don‘t... little bit of snow. there could be some, not an awful lot. sunday night into monday, some snow across but as the race back to space hots northern ireland and scotland, and up, commercial ventures possibly across the pennines and are looking for simpler, yorkshire. that is sunday night into
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cheaper, quicker alternatives to building spacecraft. early monday, there could be a little bit of snow across the hills and here in la, ifound a startup on some higher roots, so quite trying to solve all of those tricky conditions. again, colder problems in the unlikeliest of ways air. so the summary for the week — by 3d printing rockets. ahead or early next week at least, turning colder, as it should do this this is relativity space. time of the year, and there is a little bit of wind trainers in the existing rocket bits are not 3d printed. forecast, but not awful lot. —— what is the advantage of 3d printing? wintry nest. a lot of it, from our perspective, is flexibility. traditionally, factories are made perhaps you‘re one of of tonnes of fixed tooling. the thousands of people planning it‘s then very expensive, to mark burns night this evening, the annual celebration of the scottish poet very hard to change, robert burns‘ birthday. then where you have to retool you might be brushing a factory in order to make up on the bard‘s words, dusting off the drams or even a new product or even change a product slightly. having a plate of haggis. for us, we can change all of that in software. so it‘s digitising the manufacturing we are about to reveal the secret process and providing flexibility, of one of life‘s great mysteries. where, if you push new code what is a haggis? to the printers and the hardware of one of life‘s great mysteries. on the factory floor, # haggis season has begun...# you can actually make an entirely the humble haggis. different product without changing anything in hardware. after a stint at spacex, rarely seen in the wild, jordan formed relativity space the mystique of this animal with his friend and ex—blue 0rigin is synonymous with scotland
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and everything scottish. engineer tim ellis. there is no evidence that haggis the two twentysomethings realised that 3d printing is native to scotland. could help in several ways. in fact, it is thought to have originated in ancient times. but the fate of every haggis because it builds up objects layer by layer, nationwide was sealed it can produce complicated structures out ofjust one part. when rabbie burns penned his eight—verse address to a haggis, which became the centre point also, much of the manufacturing can of every burns night be done autonomously, which leads after his death. do you like haggis? to a rather remarkable aim. 0h, a wee bit, aye. do you think you would ever go back on the haggis? the team wants to send robots for me, you know, it's like a drink. to mars which can then build the haggis, for me, it's rockets on the surface. like a drink with other people. but i've stopped it now. i have reformed. january is breeding season and that means that the astronauts who eventually land there for haggis, not in the wild, will have a way of getting home. but in the factory behind us, it‘s both better, cheaper, faster. in the village of dunning where, injanuary, they‘ve made around 1.2 million haggis. it‘s going to actually evolve more simon howie butchers, quickly than other technologies one of the largest haggis and we‘ll launch factories to mars, actually build things like housing, manufacturers in the country, this year are reporting spare parts and infrastructure, an unusual trend. and eventually leading up to printing the first rockets. it seems, the last couple of years, haggis doesn‘t why has no—one done this before? just appeal in scotland, its appeal is spreading. no—one‘s had a printer big enough
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60% of our annual sales are taken up to print something that big. south of the border, so to speak, and a lot of the challenge we had so england and wales, as a company was making printers and it is great that we are sending a little bit to northern ireland, big enough to make entire as well and we will be sending rockets within them. around 750,000 haggis down south of the border during burns alone. what should you eat with haggis? this is what the printing process chappit tatties and neeps. looks like close up. a robot arm weaves backwards chappit tatties and neeps? and forwards to lay down so, what actually is the meat? a thick layer of special high—strength aluminium alloy. the meat is a mixture of beef so this is it, the world‘s and lamb, so we have a mixture of beef offal and lamb offal largest metal 3d printer. and the seasoning, which is behind me here, oats, barley and things like that, it‘s currently printing the top we‘ve got salt and pepper and it of the first stage of the rocket, all goes in together. so the first bit that burns its fuel it goes in through a metal plate, and is then jettisoned. this is the top of that. and it all comes out and gets ready for the next process. and if you look really closely, you can see that it‘s very slowly rotating. you‘ve got your meat, it takes about an hour to go and you‘ve got your seasoning, so what happens next with this? all the way around at the moment, this is called the hoist, and this and that means that the robot arm — comes into one of our fillers, with all the hot stuff which is basically a big hopper and liquid metal stuff — can stay relatively still as it weaves each layer. at the end, itjust uses a vacuum and that means you get a lot more precision. what is the plural of haggis? the whole thing will take about ten haggh so, how many haggi are in that? to 12 days to print. you are going to get about 350.
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i can wait. i don‘t know about you. each trolley holds between 350 and 500 kilos. and why have one giant 3d printer and then we will put them when you can have in the cooker, and you get three several running in parallel? they‘re basically off trolleys per cooker. i need one of those ovens at home, the shelf robot arms, don‘t you think, in the kitchen? meanwhile, their competitor all arc welding different rocket mcsween‘s have noticed stages that, when put together, a similar trend. 54% of their sales are can stand 30 metres high. south of the border. so what exactly has non—scots in its first five years, hankering after haggis? i think there‘s this relativity space has already secured perception now of haggis as getting better and better. contracts with nasa and others. people are seeing it and next year, it hopes as the best thing you can have. you are not going to have to make its first launch it every night, but, from cape canaveral in florida people have an appreciation for it. after becoming only the fourth and it‘s got that great name behind it. commercial company to secure it‘s traditional, as well. and inevitably, given the worldwide a launch there alongside trend of meat free alternatives, the vegetarian and vegan version has the united launch alliance, now made its debut. definitely, people are asking more blue 0rigin about vegetarian options and its la compatriots spacex. as well as the meat option. i would say 30—40% now. and, some time after it's very high. that, mars beckons — and the promise that and also having it in anyone who journeys to the red planet is not making a non—traditional form, so notjust haggis, tatties a one—way trip after all. and neeps, but in a toasty, like you see here, a quesadilla, in the bonbons, are very popular.
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hello and welcome so, a warning to the curious. to the week in tech. if you are still on the lookout it was the week saudi arabia for haggis in the wild, was accused of hacking the phone you might be waiting a while. of amazon‘s billionaire founder nick sheridan, bbc news. jeff bezos. crown prince mohammad bin salman is alleged to have sent an encrypted video file via whatsapp, i have got a poem that i have been which saudi arabia denies. sent about haggis. it is here. it is from robert. where it was revealed that since the introduction of gdpr in 2018, the eu has imposed 114 million euros is it? it is from robert smith. in fines, with regulators in france, germany and austria handing out the biggest fines so far. a bit of fun. we were talking about is it a bird? is it a plane? a vegetarian haggis earlier and yes and no. there will be a debate about whether it‘s a pigeon bot. or not vegetarian haggis is good enough to have. researchers at stanford university he says. oh, we vegan beastie. lack have built a robot bird using real pigeon feathers. of iron... the team believe their findings could inspire future aircraft wing design. quite the coup! vegan haggis leaves no tasty. well, how would you feel about sharing i don‘t agree. a ride in a driverless car i think it is great that people put without a steering wheel? things down on paper and write the origin, made by general motors‘ poetry. isn‘t that great? own crews, is also missing pedals let‘s embrace that. i don‘t think i and a rear—view mirror.
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its developers, which also include did it muchjustice. but i really honda, hope that multiple—occupancy electric vehicles will reduce appreciate that, thank you, robert. emissions, accidents and congestion. and finally, spending too much let‘s take a look the papers. lawyer and activist time on your smartphone? shola mos—shogbamimu is here to tell us what‘s caught her eye. google suggests popping it in an envelope. google envelope is an app used good morning. this is the first time in conjunction with a paper cover you can print out at home. you have read the paper with us. so, the combo can dumb down your device tell us what sparks your curiosity. so it can only make and receive let‘s start off with the hugh laurie calls or transform it into a photo and video camera with no screen, although it only currently story. works on the pixel 3a. will it work? he explores this thing about some answers on a postcard. celebrities who reject the honours. he says he was considering whether or not he should take it when his now, much earlier than normal, son went yes, you have to be really we find ourselves in oscars season. it‘s the academy awards up son went yes, you have to be really up yourself to think that you shouldn‘t get it. it opens up a in a few weeks‘ time. and between now and then, we are going to be meeting really good question. is it about the people behind the most innovative developments in the movies that self—importance, or is there another are up for the awards. reason why they feel that this and we start with this monster hit. honour system does not really whatever it takes. reflect my contribution? i would
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have said that the honours system is this show had so many challenges, i think, because it‘s such no different from any other award, a pinnacle of the marvel universe. or highly recognised award. it says excuse me, mr hulk? we appreciate your contribution to yes. can we get a photo? the field, and we want to recognise smart hulk in particular you for it. some of the things was a real challenge people debate about, one of my very because we were taking our facial good friends came round the other animation to places we hadn‘t been. day, and she was awarded an mbe and and to get that level of performance she kept it quiet. it was for her was definitely a real challenge. so, when they were shooting, they shot with mark ruffalo services to charity. and one of the in place as smart hulk. things is that when people in the he would wear a motion capture suit and also some head—mounted cameras to capture his facial performance. public eye appear to be given honours, some people say, for what? so that meant, once we got the shots turned over to us, we had a good amount of reference being an actor? being a musician? to get started with. but actually it is often for charity although we had this amazing performance for mark, work and raising awareness of if you put 100% mark certain issues. correct. i think onto smart hulk, it wouldn‘t look like smart hulk. it would look like mark ruffalo pretending to be smart hulk. work and raising awareness of certain issues. correct. ithink we have to recognise the different so there‘s some amount contributions that people bring into of refinement we had to do to find that performance, to find the character. society, using multiple platforms. we used some machine learning whether you are an actor, an artist, techniques to enable us to capture his performance very a doctor, a lawyer, or whatever
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quickly off of that footage and put it onto our initial model. professional capacity you have, and you use that to really serve your we tried to get that really finessed human performance, society, i see no reason why you which is probably one of the hardest should not be recognised for it, and things to do in cg. something else we took from our machine learning why you shouldn‘t with gratitude, information was some of the really humility and pride say thank you. so when it comes in, it is a yes, is small micro movements. that what you are saying? why not? although we did most of it with hand animation, it was very important we could take just checking! i celebrate every these tiny little micro movements, like just very small bits of eyebrow movement, cheek movements, just really subtle person that receives this honour. so you can feed it back over the top of the hand animation to really lots of people don‘t go, what have capture the performance. the biggest problem, i think, you done? we do want to get on to we faced was actually the quantum suits that the avengers wear because, when they shot it — another story. maybe some of the way back before infinity war — there was no design for the suits. problem is that some people literally just do their so nobody was wearing a suit and no suit was ever built. problem is that some people literallyjust do theirjobs. civil servants, they do 50 agra 40 years so we had to work out several things. of doing theirjob and they get a one is how we were going to place knighthood. that is the flip side of everybody‘s costumes? the argument. we look at the bin because they were being shot in whatever costume the avenger happens to usually wear. in some cases, that created man, bin lady, people who have done quite a few problems. some of the costumes that they were wearing ordinary jobs. .. man, bin lady, people who have done ordinaryjobs. .. i would have very high collars, man, bin lady, people who have done ordinaryjobs... i would say it is up ordinaryjobs... i would say it is up to us to nominate them. if they
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so the newer suits that they make your life easier in your would‘ve been wearing wouldn‘t be community, then let us nominate covering all of that costume. them. get them out there. this honours committee, let them know who so there‘d be bits of their necks would be visible, which we have this person is and how important they are. the coronavirus is our to recreate either in cg or in painting it back. and in some shots... the establishing shot when they first walked lead story this morning. those new into the hangar altogether figures coming out in china. that's was actually shot with stand—ins. they‘ve done the lines... we ended up replacing right. clearly, the virus is their heads as well. mutating and it is now transmitting sometimes using a digi double, through human contact. there is sometimes using pieces concern as to whether or not the of plate from our shots. we could find a nice side view and stick that chinese government is handling it in because it was quite wide. well and in chinese government is handling it welland ina chinese government is handling it well and in a timely manner. there but the other thing to bear is also the concern as to whether or in mind is in these shots, not it has been recognised as a because we had to integrate potential global crisis. now there the lighting on the suits is evidence of it in different parts of the world. the us, europe, south into the plate as well, so we built a full cg hangar — which we needed anyway... korea. it is important for all of us there was a green screen behind them, where the windows are. do take note of what this virus is, and even though the green screen was outside the windows, we had to replace all the windows simply because we needed what the symptoms are. one of the the reflections of what we are concerns is around whether the putting into the building anyway. so by the end of the day, chinese government is managing it well. with the sars virus back in the only thing that‘s actually left
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in those shots from what was filmed, 2003, it actually, they downplayed is their heads and part of the ceiling. the number of deaths. funnily so we replaced the hangar as well. so, actually there was one shot enough, 15 minutes ago we spoke to in particularfor ant—man right at the beginning the director of the national of the time travel testing. institute for health research of emerging as erotic infections at the ant—man introduces the quantum gate van. university of liverpool, and he said that shot was originally in a different sequence, shot in a different part that china has learned from the sars of the hangar, so the background was all wrong. so we had to take that macro, so the shutdown now in china and completely change it and change the environment, change the van. of transportation system, public and then it was like, "oh, he‘s also in the wrong costume." places, the lunar new year celebrations, there have been so we ended up replacing his lessons learned. but it is a phrase costume as well to put him into the ant—man quantum suit that he was wearing for the rest of the sequence. so that was another sort of last—minute, single—shot design i hate —— zoonotic infections. of a costume to match what it was exactly like in the rest of the shots. i have been impressed that they want people like to see to build a hospital injust ten the big flashy effects. but the satisfaction comes a lot days. of the time from doing work, 0ne days. one of our colleagues, fergal keane, good work, that nobody a hugely respected correspondent who realises is there. has worked in some of the hardest and we‘ll look at the secrets behind another 0scar nominee next week. environments, he is stepping down now, this is the end of the short
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from his role in the bbc because of version of click for this week. the full—length version is available to watch on iplayer right now. ptsd. he says he has been suffering for some time. i am actually humbled and we‘ll be back in la in a few weeks‘ time for the academy awards. in the meantime, follow by his courage and bravery to share us on social media. we live on youtube, facebook, the truth of why he is changing this instagram and twitter at... role. he is still in the bbc. some thanks for watching people might be aware that ptsd and we‘ll see you soon. occurs in other circumstances, aside from war, but a lot of people probably think that ptsd within a war zone is only suffered by soldiers, and not recognising that it is also suffered by those exposed to it. by sharing this, and sharing the fact that he has written agra received support from friends, it has reached the stage that for his own health he needs to be able to good morning. change his role in order to continue welcome to breakfast with to grow. i think that is really naga munchetty and charlie stayt. 0ur headlines today: powerful because it will empower other people who have experienced the first cases of a this to talk about it. it should no coronavirus in europe have now been confirmed. longer be a taboo of any kind. it is while, health officials in china say not a sign of weakness. it is
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41 people have now died. will the government call something we should be able to say, full—time on football‘s relationship with gambling firms? this is the reality, this is who i it says the sport should "look am, it is something i am dealing with, and this is how you can do it at different sources of income". as well. i am humbled by his courage and bravery. absolutely. at least 20 people are dead and hundreds injured after a powerful earthquake in turkey. the search for survivors is underway. stay with us, headlines coming up. ben stokes says sorry following an outburst at a fan who was abusing him yesterday. the incident happened just after the all rounder got out in the first test against south africa. the weather has been quite settled for a few days now. there is a change on the way with rain and also increasing winds. it‘s saturday the 25th of january. our top story... at least 41 people have now died in china as a result of coronavirus. the first cases in france and australia have also been confirmed. it comes as china begins its
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celebrations of the lunar new year, as simon jones reports. hello, this is breakfast with for some, the holiday charlie stayt and naga munchetty. celebrations have begun. but in wuhan, the epicentre at 8.32, a summary of this of the outbreak of coronavirus, morning‘s main news. it looks more like a ghost town. the first three cases of coronavirus in europe have been confirmed in france. home to around 11 million people, meanwhile, authorities in china say while the streets are empty, the number of people killed the hospital‘s aren‘t, overwhelmed with potential cases. by the infection there is now 41. the symptoms include coughs, fever and breathing problems. the city is now rapidly it's it‘s thought eye doctor who was building a new hospital treating patients is among those who which will have 1000 beds. have died. it could be ready within days, a sign of the concern about the virus. football clubs in the uk have been some tourists flying out of china to the us were relieved. accused of being ‘too dependent‘ we were cool at first but then on sponsorship from when everything started shutting the gambling industry. the sports minister, down we thought we should leave. i have been in and out of china nigel adams, said teams need to look at different sources of income, a few times and this is one given the social problems caused by gambling. of the rare times that i felt his criticism comes after a deal like it was time for me to leave. between the fa and betting companies in france though, confirmation to show some matches exclusively on their sites. that the virus has spread. there is way too much dependency translation: we have today, in football on sponsorship the first european cases. from gambling firms. it‘s possible that we have them because we developed the test very quickly and we are capable
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that‘s plain to see. of identifying them. what we have seen in the last few tests in the uk have weeks, with the live streaming of the fa cup games, so far proved negative. i immediately got hold of the fa, we think there is a fair chance and there will be no more live we may get some cases over time. streaming of fa cup games in the same manner. we have to look at this very of course, this depends carefully, because problem gambling, on whether this continues for a long addictive gambling, leads to serious time, or whether this turns out social problems, and in some cases people have done drastic things. to be something which is brought people have taken their lives, under control relatively quickly by the considerable efforts of the chinese government. so we‘re at this very closely. those efforts involve rescue workers in turkey travel restrictions in an increasing number of cities. are searching for survivors but the world health organization after an earthquake killed has not class the virus as an international emergency, partly because of the low at least 20 people. number of overseas cases. simon jones, bbc news. the 6.8 magnitude quake struck a re m ote area in the east of the country. around 30 people are believed to be football is far too dependant trapped under rubble on money from gambling sponsorships, and hundreds more injured. tremors were also felt according to the sports minister, in neighbouring countries. nigel adams. his warning comes amid mounting the uk‘s leading mental health charity for military veterans says it will be unable to deal scrutiny of the close relationship with new cases from next week because of a funding crisis. between the sport and the industry combat stress receives more after a deal was struck for some fa than 2,000 referrals every year, cup games to be shown exclusively though the nhs says it has increased
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on betting websites. resources for vete ra ns. here‘s our sports editor, dan roan. last week we spoke with alicia davis, whose husband jamie — the last round of the fa cup a former soldier who was suffering from ptsd — took his own life was overshadowed by an outcry over just six days earlier. a deal that meant some matches she told us what she wants to see were only shown live on bookmakers‘ websites. changed in the care for veterans. there‘s since been a climb—down, but the controversy has reignited concern at how much betting i‘ve got friends out there whose companies use football to advertise. partners are going through the same and having committed to reviewing gambling laws, thing right now, and they‘re trying the government says it now wants to get the help, they‘re trying to to see change. there is way too much dependency do what they can, and like i read in within football on gambling, the times where somebody said that for the sponsorship. that‘s plain to see. the times where somebody said that the nhs are dealing with it. why are we have to look at this very, very carefully the nhs are dealing with it. why are the nhs are dealing with it. why are the nhs dealing with it? they because problem gambling, shouldn‘t have to deal with it. it you know, addictive gambling leads shouldn‘t have to deal with it. it should be the army and the to serious social problems. government combining to prevent it. and i am sure the football authorities are aware of that but they do need to look at different sources of income. there are people on waiting lists to meanwhile, the government has sort out their ptsd. there are announced the paralympics have been added to the crown jewels list people that i have had to pay of protected sports events that must be shown on free to air private to get that help. television coverage. it‘s absolutely essential that the paralympics have parity with the olympics.
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we‘re joined now from our london newsroom by ‘combat stress‘ and if you look at the viewing chief executive, sue freeth. figures over the years at successive games and how interested people thank you very much for talking to are in the paralympic games, us this morning. good morning to are in the paralympic games, it‘s absolutely worth you. what is happening with the ensuring we level up. sports like para table tennis have enjoyed free to air coverage of the paralympics on channel 4 funding? the burden for providing since london 2012, but terrestrial with veterans with mental health tv coverage is now guaranteed. needs, we are 100 years old this my family are so supportive, year, and the funding has really family and friends are very fallen away from government, and we supportive and a lot of them have been trying as best we could to are coming out to tokyo. but in the future if they can't, if someone can't afford it replace that funding from public donation, but itjust has not been or something, it's really nice knowing that they'll possible, so last year we had an actually still be able to watch me back at home. income of 16 million, and this year this is the first change we are facing an income of 10 to the listed events in 20 years and there may be more to come. million, so i am in the process of the government also now considering adding women‘s events resizing the organisation and talking to our staff about having to like the world cup and the fa cup final in a sign of their growing popularity. change roles, and i can‘t really dan roan, bbc news. at least 20 people are dead protect them any more. i have to and hundreds injured after a powerful earthquake make sure that we deal with the in eastern turkey.
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referrals that we currently have, rescue workers are continuing which are considerable, and then if to search for survivors. the quake, with a magnitude of about 6.8, was also felt we have the funding in the future to in neighbouring countries. gareth barlow has this report. open up and provide more service, then we have to do that. this is an rescuers carry survivors out from the rubble. agonising decision to take, but it the 6.8 magnitude quake sent buildings crashing to the ground shouldn‘t be the responsibility of a and residents rushing charity to provide this sort of service alone. are you the only into the streets. charity that does this? there are others that do it. how practical is more than 30 people are feared trapped and more than 500 people have been reported injured. it to pool resources? we are, and the exact moment the earthquake struck, captured live on turkish tv. amid the inky darkness, what we do dovetails with the among ruined buildings, screams rang out as more than 400 rescue teams rushed services that the nhs is providing, to help survivors. and we welcome those in welcome the investment they have made, but the work that we do, veterans can‘t get dozens of after—shocks followed the main tremor, from the nhs, and can‘t get from any which was also felt in neighbouring syria, lebanon and iran. the region, 550 kilometres east other service. we are a cqc of the capital ankara, registered service and we operate is remote and sparsely populated throughout the uk and each of the so the true extent of devolved nations, but we don‘t the damage and fatalities could be slow to emerge. receive enough support from government to be able to protect turkey lies on major what we have done and grow it. there
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fault lines and is prone isa what we have done and grow it. there is a growing demand, and we really to frequent earthquakes — are ata around 17,000 people died is a growing demand, and we really are at a funding crisis point in a massive quake in 1999. moment, i‘m afraid. are at a funding crisis point moment, i'm afraid. what conversations have you had with gareth barlow, bbc news. government, because obviously you have been assessing the income fall, a charity offering mental health you have been assessing the need for support to military veterans says it will be unable to take on new referrals from next week due to a funding crisis. funding. what feedback have you had the nhs says it has from government for when it comes increased resources for your plea for more funding, more for veterans, but ‘combat stress‘, which receives more than 2,000 referrals every year, money. we have been contributing to has questioned whether the health service will be able to cope with the additional demands. the prime minister has released every select committee with evidence a photograph of himself signing over the last two years, and have at the historic brexit withdrawal each stage highlighted this group of agreement in downing street. borisjohnson said it was vetera ns each stage highlighted this group of veterans who have complex, a "fantastic moment" complicated needs, and need a more for the country, as final intensive service, and unfortunately preparations are made for the uk‘s exit from the european union next friday. that prius has fallen on deaf ears. the documents had earlier been signed by eu leaders i think we have more recently been in brussels, before being sent engaging with the nhs, and we are to london by train. the un is calling for international receiving some support, but it won‘t help to fight huge swarms of locusts be enough to protect the service that are causing havoc across east africa.
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the organisation said ethiopia, that we are able to provide, and we kenya and somalia are struggling with an "unprecedented" need more support. give me your and "devastating" infestation. scientists say the swarms, which pose a big threat to crops, have flourished in extreme weather conditions. reaction to nhs england‘s response. a spokesperson said, our number one an adult locust can travel up to 93 priority is providing the best care miles and eat its own weight in food in just one day. for vetera ns, priority is providing the best care for veterans, and after listening to what they wanted, the nhs has rolled out a new specialist service to every pa rt out a new specialist service to every part of the country. these services have seen more than 10,000 people to date funded by £10 million you can see some of those every year. for everyone who has extraordinary images that are served in the armed forces and may occurring across parts of africa as we speak. be experiencing mental health eagle—eyed star trek fans have spotted something strangely familiar difficulties, help is available by about the new us space force logo. speaking to their gp or contacting here‘s the original star trek emblem, as seen on those services directly. the service we famous coloured uniforms. and here is the space force logo. provide is for a specific group of vetera ns provide is for a specific group of veterans mental health needs. it is it was revealed by president donald for a population who have trump, and the striking resemblance complicated multiple traumas, who has got people talking, also have drug and alcohol including a former star trek star. difficulties, from people who have george takei, who played physical needs. 80% of veterans who
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turn to us have already tried, and lieutenant sulu in the original in some cases receive support from 19605 series, tweeted the nhs, but it is not enough for them to rent make a recovery. the he was "expecting royalties". nhs is focused on stabilising the thing about star trek, in the people. our focus is nhs is focused on stabilising people. 0urfocus is on helping people. 0urfocus is on helping people to recover to meaningful original, things that were in it life, and we do that very come about in real life. some of effectively. we have published fantastic research documents, we are those little things they talked well respected internationally, but about, was way before mobile phones. u nfortu nately well respected internationally, but unfortunately the resources that have been redirected into the nhs then we had little flip phones that have been redirected into the nhs have not produced the equivalent evidence base, nor the outcomes, and look like their communicators. you many people we understand have not see it there, it comes to pass. same yet completed their treatment, so we with the imagery. it is what are not in competition, we are providing a complimentary service happens. we will have the sport thatis providing a complimentary service coming up later on. that is needed. and briefly, we chinese officials are promising heard from alessio whose husband to build a new hospital to deal jamie took his own life. what do you with the coronavirus outbreak — injust ten days. think is going to be the immediate there have been long queues and increased demand at medical facilities and experts impact of this withdrawal of funds? are still trying to answer some difficult questions. how contagious is it? this is the very last thing a early reports from china suggest people with no symptoms at all may charity set up to serve this group
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of people would want to do. we hope be able to spread the virus. how deadly is it? it attracts attention to this really critical point, and actually around a quarter of all confirmed government will listen to us this cases are severe, and most time and actually help us to find of those people recover. the solution to be able to meet the it seems less deadly than sars, needs that are out there. 0therwise which killed around 800 people worldwide in 2003. ido fear where did the virus come from? needs that are out there. 0therwise i do fearfor needs that are out there. 0therwise i do fear for families needs that are out there. 0therwise i do fearforfamilies not needs that are out there. 0therwise i do fear for families not getting the support that they need when we experts are confident the virus can provide such an effective jumped from animals to humans, service. sous freeze, thank you very but until the source is found, much for talking to us this morning there‘s a risk of new infections. on breakfast. we can cross now to wuhan to speak to financial times journalist tom hancock, those are the main who‘s been reporting from inside hospitals stories this morning. and now for the sport. throughout the outbreak. ben stokes is in a bit of hot water. thank you for talking to us. we were saying there is talk of a hospital stokes should find out today if, being built in ten days to as expected, he‘ll be punished for the incident that happened just accommodate more patients. does it after he got out for 2 on the first feel, from what you have seen, there day of final test in johannesberg. isa feel, from what you have seen, there is a need for that? yes, i think so. i have been going in and out of hospitals all week and it is clear
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the current demand for medical services is outstripping the supply thatis (bleep). services is outstripping the supply that is available in the city of 11 stokes admitted he should not have reacted and has apologised for his languge whilst england have asked for security to be beefed up million people. it is necessary to get in more doctors and create more for the rest of the test. stokes could receive a fine or possibly a ban. space for hospital beds so people he is obviously highly frustrated can be isolated if they have suspected symptoms of this virus, so with how he has got out, but then they won‘t infect other people. the also someone said something as he has gone off the field, we don‘t medical services here seem very know who said it, and we have heard, overstretched with long queues forming inside hospitals, right up until today. i suppose one of the and he has reacted to it, so wejust going to have to see, he will go to problems is, when the symptoms the match official, and the referee, actually show because you can have and he will get a talking to, i‘m the virus but not be showing any sure, and we will see what happens symptoms. what are people being told ina to do in order tojustify sure, and we will see what happens in a couple of days. symptoms. what are people being told to do in order to justify going to play is due to resume on day two at quarter to nine hospital? originally on thursday, with england 192—4. rafa nadal is through to the fourth round of the australian open tennis. he beat fellow spaniard pablo when a public transport closure was carreno busta in straight sets. imposed on wuhan, people in the city he‘s still on course for a first title in melbourne since 2009. he could face nick kyrgios next.
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we re very a surprise in the women‘s draw imposed on wuhan, people in the city were very concerned and they were turning up at hospitals if they had though as karolina pliskova — the second seed — was beaten any sort of symptoms of cold or by russia‘s anastasia pavlyuchenkova. three of the top six fever. maybe they wouldn‘t have the seeds are already out. wimbledon winner simona virus, but they might be exposed to halep is through though it in the hospital. maybe it is not a bit chillierfor the 10 fa cup fourth round ties the best thing for them to go to be played today. directly to the hospital, it might all the teams hoping to join sheffield wednesday be better to stay—at—home until in the next round. they won 2—1 at qpr. symptoms subside, or when they become more severe than it would be sam whinnel grabbed their second in stoppage time. time to seek assistance. since then, lots of coverage across the bbc and iplayer all weekend. we kick off on bbc one at 12:15 we have seen fewer people visiting hospitals and more people staying at home, which seems to be wise. most with brentford versus leicester. people are not going outdoors all going to public places. that is tom, thank you very much. something the government have the parents of a newborn baby whose encouraged and also they have death was ruled as "wholly mandated everybody to wear masks avoidable" say they want lessons when they go out and that seems to to be learnt from their tragedy. harry richford died a week after he was born bea when they go out and that seems to be a wise precaution, because it is at the ‘queen elizabeth the queen mother‘ hospital in margate in 2017 — a respiratory virus, which after a number of errors. a p pa re ntly we‘ll speak to harry‘s a respiratory virus, which apparently spread through coughing parents in a moment, and sneezing. so wearing a mask but first here‘s a look back at the case. could be effective against that. what is the atmosphere in terms of sarah and tom‘s ordeal began in the
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people‘s attitudes towards the early hours of the 2nd of november situation? is it controlled, is it 2017. soon after sarah went into understanding, is there a sense of labour, a medical team of three panic? i think there was a sense of midwives in the senior doctor raised panic, as i mentioned, on thursday concerns about harry‘s heartbeat. when travel restrictions were shortly afterwards, a decision was imposed on the city. china has never made to deliver harry. an hour taken measures later, a locum registrar attempted imposed on the city. china has never ta ken measures like imposed on the city. china has never taken measures like that in recent to do so, but according to the history, so people were extremely inquest, it should have been carried concerned. there is also a lot of out by the consultant. harry scepticism about the official eventually arrived by emergency information being released about how ca esa rea n. eventually arrived by emergency caesarean. he was said to be pale and fluffy. it took 28 minutes to many people are infected. you saw a rush of people to the hospitals. resuscitate him. in his verdict, the 0ver rush of people to the hospitals. over the last couple of days, as the coroner said by this time the damage number of announced infections have was done. just under nine hours old, continued to rise, but maybe not quite as rapidly in wuhan, we have harry was transferred to a neonatal intensive care unit in another seen a little bit more relaxation. people are still very concerned, but hospital. he survived for a week they are more focused on staying at before his parents were advised to home and just following switch off his life—support machine. straightforward health advice, washing their hands and so on. tom sarah and tom richford hancock, thank you for taking the join us from their home
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in birchington in kent. time to talk to us on breakfast this thank you so much for talking to us morning. this morning, and i know it is it is 7.13 on saturday morning. hugely important to you given your here‘s tomasz with a look at this morning‘s weather. loss that lessons can be learned. i wonder if you can start us with the weather is pretty grey and telling people whether you got any comfort from what has come out from gloomy at the moment. this is what most of us have had for some time. what the coroner has said. tom?” the weather will be changing over the next 24 hours and the week ahead feel we‘ve had a huge amount of looks unsettled. it will be comfort from the coroner‘s ruling u nsettled looks unsettled. it will be unsettled because this low pressure yesterday. we have been fighting for is moving in and what will follow this for an awful long time, over two years this for an awful long time, over behind is that unsettled spell of two yea rs now. weather. we are still ahead of this this for an awful long time, over two years now. and the outcome that we had yesterday of neglect is weather. we are still ahead of this weather system, so that means it is something that we have wanted for a long time. it‘s notjust the ruling the grey, cloudy skies we have got out there at the moment. you can see of neglect, is the fact that we have whether you are in the south, north, had proper answers, the coroner‘s the east of the west, the weather is verdict, and he has agreed with us like we have thought for a long more or less the same. 0vercast time, there has been significant failings in harry‘s care. we feel skies with temperatures hovering between six and 10 celsius. the vilified in some respects we have winds through the course of the afternoon will be freshening out now got some proper answers. it has towards the north—west of the been a long time coming and an
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country. that is a sign of the low emotionally draining journey, but we pressure out in the atlantic coming now have those answers, and we want to thank the coroner for taking that our way. you can see the first signs forward , of rain approaching ireland, to thank the coroner for taking that forward, because we do feel like we‘ve had a big weight lifted off northern ireland, into western scotla nd northern ireland, into western scotland as well. that is the our shoulders now. sara, can i ask saturday night into the early hours you and away the same question. it of sunday but much of england and is the most basic of human instincts wales to most of the night, staying to wa nt a nswers is the most basic of human instincts to want answers when something has gone wrong. and this is in the most dry. low temperatures early on sunday morning, around five in awful of circumstances. so i can only imagine, as tom were saying a norwich and 7 degrees in belfast. a moment ago, how much this means. it different day for many of us doesn‘t change what happened in any tomorrow. from morning onwards, the way, but it must of course have an cold front will be across western impact for you in of how you can go parts of the uk. behind the cold front, colder air coming into the forward ? impact for you in of how you can go forward? yes, absolutely. ifeel temperatures will drop as well. let‘s have a look at sunday‘s that we were entitled to answers to weather forecast then. this all of the questions that we had, let‘s have a look at sunday‘s weatherforecast then. this is let‘s have a look at sunday‘s weather forecast then. this is seven and to what actually happened to in the morning and it is raining in harry a long time ago, and that the cornwall, devon, much of wales, the process has been very drawn out north west of england and the rain splashing through the lowlands as well. by noon, the reign is around through the hospital not really the midlands but by lunchtime it is working with us, so i do feel that still dry in the south—east. later yesterday it was a real help to us. in the day, that rain will reach the
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south—east. by the end of sunday, tom, it isn‘t right for us to go for some of these major western through the detail of what happened, cities, the skies will clear. the but in some senses, i heard some of next thing i will highlight is the what you have said before. the huge weather on sunday night into monday. frustration you must feel that you knew that something had gone wrong. another weather front comes through and notice there is a spell of wet you had seen in your own evidence snow, may be freezing conditions and heard enough, and yet when you across northern ireland, parts of try to get those answers in the northern england. so for some early days, you were brushed off and others, early monday morning, be you were given either misinformation prepared for some wintry weather or the wrong information. yes, and across the pennines, may be northern ireland and scotland. on wednesday, thatis splodges of weather and that is a or the wrong information. yes, and that is what is almost more mixture of sunshine and showers. early next week it will be colder, frustrating. it is notjust the it should be because it is january sadness that you feel because you‘ve and we have some sun and showers in lost your baby, the anger, the the forecast, but not today. today frustration, that emotional is just cloudy and gloomy. back to whirlwind is not nice, it is tough you two. to deal with. we had the hospital tell us they were going to do an internal investigation because it wasn‘t right, and at that point we knew that things had gone wrong. we then asked on numerous occasions and cloudy and gloomy? at least you are we have it in writing as well that bringing the sunshine. see what i they should have reported it to the did there.
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coroner. we kept asking them, please report it to the coroner, and they kept saying, the coroner is not the let‘s take a look at some of today‘s front pages. right person. we then had a meeting to follow up from the hospital‘s mirror reflects on the prince of wales‘s visit to the middle east, internal investigation, and on the where he said it breaks his heart to see the continuing "suffering 14th of march 2018, one of the and division" of the leading neonatal doctors told us, israeli—palestinian conflict. the daily express sticks with the regal theme, you could ask any neonatal docked in with a survey apparently revealing the whole country, and they would the "crisis of public confidence agree with me, this is not a matter facing the royal family". the guardian focuses for the coroner. and i was on the efforts to stop the spread distraught, ijust for the coroner. and i was distraught, i just didn‘t for the coroner. and i was distraught, ijust didn‘t know what of the coronavirus. to say. we had no answers. the rca it says authorities in china are in a "race against the clock" investigation which the hospital did to build a new hospital threw up more questions than it answered, and from that meeting as a to treat people. family, that we then reported it to and online, the times covers the car and ourselves, and the hospital followed that up by also the singer taylor swift‘s decision to discuss her problems with an eating disorder, reporting it six weeks later, but which she says were triggered only really because we did. we then by comments about her body. that get you up today and we will be sought as many answers as we could going through some inside pages in about an hour. from the questions that were posed football clubs are far from the questions that were posed too dependent on money from the questions that were posed from the hospital‘s own internal from gambling sponsorships — investigation, and from that we that‘s the statement found out that the locum doctor who being made by the government‘s did the surgery on sarah was working sports minister nigel adams, in his first interview his third night shift on his own since the general election. the sport has been criticised overnight. he had never been
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after a deal was struck to show some assessed. nobody had ever seen his fa cup games exclusively cv other than an administrator from on betting websites. let‘s talk about this an alternative hospital. itjust with kevin twaddle, a former felt like his qualifications, which professional footballer he has outlined in his own cv, show that he can only do very basic and recovering gambling addict. good morning. when you need a sports surgery. so we don‘t blame that minister saying the link between football and big gambling firms, doctor, but he was put in an something has to change, what do you impossible position, and the trust think? something does have to change didn‘t follow their own procedures to make sure the hospital was safe because i think there is more that night. then we followed through high—profile footballers saying just the basic resuscitation harry now they are struggling with received, and the doctors we were told by an expert, had they gambling. it is hypocritical that in performed that way, they would have life, they cannot come out and say failed very basic neonatal these things because they will be life—saving courses. itjust feels banned, suspended but they are like there were so many errors taking so much money from the compounded all in one place at one time, that it really didn‘t feel industry. tell us about the journey like a safe place. it took a long, you went through, professional long time for us to dig all of that footballer and somebody who became information up. and further to that addicted to gambling? yes, i started we found out through our own gambling when i was 13. it spiralled investigation is really an freedom of information requests that there at of control quite quickly. where was a report into the trust in 2015.
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we re at of control quite quickly. where were you , at of control quite quickly. where were you, in scotland? at of control quite quickly. where those reports were published in were you, in scotland ?|j february 2016, and one of the key points from that is that they said, at of control quite quickly. where were you, in scotland? i was in edinburgh, yes. the more money you make, the more you can spiral out of if the hospital continues to function in this way, there is going control. i came out of football and to bea it was hard to have the same rush, function in this way, there is going to be a locum doctor who is the same money at the same batch. i un—assessed, left to work overnight with an on—call consultant who found myself in a place in 2004, doesn‘t want to come in, and this is likely to cause problems and where i have never been before. what potentially death to mothers and babies, and that is it zaki what amounts of money where your betting, happened to us nearly two years what would be a normal situation?|j after the board of directors at the what would be a normal situation?” was a painter thinking i was making hospital knew about that risk, and they failed to mitigate those risks and ultimately because of that, the money i had as a footballer. i harry and probably numerous other was losing whatever i had. the money babies have died, and that is something that i find really hard to swallow, and that is something that is immaterial, it is the personal we have decided as a couple and is a loss. and the kind of person you widerfamily, we we have decided as a couple and is a wider family, we have we have decided as a couple and is a widerfamily, we have to we have decided as a couple and is a wider family, we have to fight for turn into. which was? you lose all justice for harry, and it is not justice for harry, and it is not just for harry, it is for everybody else. it is also to prevent any future deaths, because knowing what your morals and values. it is not we now know as a family, if we don‘t act on this now, we feel like it just be suffers, people and i was could impact on future families, and
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thatis could impact on future families, and that is not something we can deal taking down with me, my mum and dad, with. sara, it is to you and tom's relationships have gone. we have a eternal credit that at the time of circle here, you make good money as your grieving, you did dig your a footballer and now you have the heels in and you were not prepared football clu b to a cce pt a footballer and now you have the football club is taking money from heels in and you were not prepared to accept what you are being told. and that‘s a huge step to take. you the gambling industry. it is like full—circle there. and the wages are taking on the system, challenging what has been presented that the gambling companies are to you, and as tom was just saying, paying for in the football clubs are welcome within the football your mission now is to make sure industry, because they are doing the that others feel emboldened to do the same thing, possibly when they deals. how do you break that cycle? are at their lowest ebb. absolutely. statistically, there is more debts from suicide from betting them and ijust wish that this had happened a long time ago, but i feel mother is from drink and drugs. that is incredible because drink and drug seems to be a big thing. gambling like the media around it in the last has totally evolved in the last ten couple of days has helped to get that message out and that change to 15 years. i played football and will happen, because if somebody we stayed back and didn‘t evolve else had done this before, we with it. there should be things believe that harry would be alive nowadays, like a bit of prevention, today. i just learning and understanding to see believe that harry would be alive today. ijust wonder, tom, may be, and sarah, as a last thought, you where gambling can take you. especially young kids as well. young have mentioned harry so many times, kids playing footballjust now, the and you must think all the time
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about how things could have been, money they are making, itjust and this is so difficult for you to kids playing footballjust now, the money they are making, it just takes everything away from you. when you talk about. i just see the big football clubs taking and this is so difficult for you to talk about. ijust hope that and this is so difficult for you to talk about. i just hope that some and this is so difficult for you to talk about. ijust hope that some of this, you are talking about it now, the money, the championships taking the money, the championships taking if any of this can help in some way the money, the championships taking the money from the gambling in terms of you working out how this companies, they are, for you, complicit for people ending up in is for you. you know what i‘m places that you were? everybody has saying, it is one of those things got choices to make. i am not that i‘m sure a lot of people will blaming anybody else for the choices be watching this feeling for you and hoping that you are getting i made blaming anybody else for the choices imade in blaming anybody else for the choices i made in life, it wasjust so quick something out of what they happen in to be addicted to gambling, the obsession. it changes you into a the future. absolutely. we just want different person. football gloves can get money from other places i am people to have an idea when they go into this particular trust that they sure. “— can get money from other places i am sure. —— football clubs. everywhere are aware of exactly what the trust is and where they are at the moment, andi is and where they are at the moment, and i have no doubt they will fight to make significant changes to make ita to make significant changes to make it a safer place, but at present we you go, all you see our gambling we re it a safer place, but at present we were aware in 2017, sorry, we were adverts. when you are in it, you blissfully unaware how dangerous don‘t see the advertising, it is that maternity place was in 2017, just you are in that bubble. do you yet they were aware of the problems think there is enough support in the in 2015, and possibly before that, so we‘re just in 2015, and possibly before that, so we‘rejust hoping in 2015, and possibly before that, so we‘re just hoping now that this game of football for those, who, isa so we‘re just hoping now that this is a real turning point, and it is
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like you are addicted to gambling or one reason why is a real turning point, and it is one reason why we is a real turning point, and it is one reason why we have fought so ha rd one reason why we have fought so hard forjustice, to make sure that are drawn to it, because it is, as it can change and they will be significant changes, because they you say, it doesn‘t matter how much failed to make the changes from before. we are now hoping that they money you are earning, it is the percentage you are spending and do make the changes from now, and gambling, which is 100%, but it is again, it is one reason why the press have been so positive. it encourages them to make those addictive? yes, there needs to be changes, and something we do want to more education as to where gambling can take you. it is an epidemic in come out of this is a public inquiry. we have had ourjustice for society, not just can take you. it is an epidemic in harry, so we can begin to move on society, notjust football. you can bet on anything, corner, set pieces. with our new normal, but there are numerous others who haven‘t had that justice because the trust pushed them away. they were told they did pa rt bet on anything, corner, set pieces. part of your work now, you go into schools and talk to youngsters and not need a coroner inquestjust as we were. we proved otherwise, and other people about the dangers that many, we were. we proved otherwise, and any we were. we proved otherwise, and lie ahead. do you think everybody many, many others will now want their justice, many, many others will now want theirjustice, and many, many others will now want their justice, and i feel like has the attitude, it won‘t be me. i many, many others will now want theirjustice, and ifeel like a public inquiry may be the only way can have a flutter and i will be to get many other people there fine, i won‘t be like you, i won‘t justice and their closure. be the person who gets sucked into it, iam be the person who gets sucked into it, i am smarter than that. is that how people think about it? yes, but tom, sarah, thank you very much for talking to us this morning. doctor paul stevens, the medical the opposition comes in before you know it and you are an addict. it is
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about education, going into schools, director for doctor paul stevens, the medical directorfor nhs doctor paul stevens, the medical director for nhs kent trust has apologised wholeheartedly and said doctors and all these different sorry for the devastating loss that places you try to let people know the other side of gambling and where tom and sarah had with baby harry, it can take you. give you the and that they have fully accepted opportunity to make a decision as to whether you start gambling or not.” the findings and are committed to learning from the death. the cannot better normally. how did you conclusion of the inquest into stop? in 2005, i had suicidal harry‘s death, the cqc‘s investigation is ongoing, no thoughts, a place i have never been decision has been taken a stage whether to prosecute the trust for a failure to provide care, safe care in life before. i have lots of people to thank, loads of groups to or treatment resulting in avoidable thank. there is so much help out harm. the time now is 8:53am. tomasz is there. when you watch football now, iam assuming there. when you watch football now, i am assuming you do watch football matches? you see the logos of looking at the weather for us this morning. good morning. betting companies, because the whole idea is, it is appetising, that is good morning, and good morning to the point, to draw people to the product? does it trigger anything in you listening in. the weather has your mind when you see it? can you been quite dull and grey for many understand that somebody who does parts of the uk. the weather is have a propensity for gambling been going to change starting tomorrow. drawn to it because you see those this is the weather front that is logos? it doesn't matter how long going to approach us and bring rain,
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you have been gambling for, when you freshening winds as welljust to the south of iceland, but as far as have been out of it for a period of todayis time, you get the opportunity to see south of iceland, but as far as today is concerned, high pressure what is out there. but for the kids, just about in charge of the weather, so that means a lot of cloud stuck to see it relentlessly on the tv and the radio. some boss of something is in this area of high pressure, which making the call, signing the is across the continent. 0ut towards the north—west, the weather is contract and say we will take the changing, the windsor freshening, money from the gambling companies. andi changing, the windsor freshening, and i think by the end of the if they were poised over a contract afternoon, early evening, we are and they said we will get this expecting at least some light rain amount of money if we do a deal with to reach the western isles, but it is more or less the same for the the gambling company, what do you say to them? come into a place where majority of the country, cloudy igoto skies and around 8—10d. the core say to them? come into a place where i go to meetings, see the destruction it causes, notjust to the individual but to the families cast for saturday night, a lot of cloud and dry across most of the uk, as well. pain and suffering and but the weather front approaches, bringing rain to ireland, scotland. suicide. football is a gambling most of the night it looks as though industry now. it the old game and i it is going to be dry across much of enjoyed and enjoyed and loved and followed when i was a kid. the england, around four, five, 6 things you can bet on now is degrees for most of us, and then incredible. thank you for sharing sunday will start to see that weather front marching through. it your story with us. isa weather front marching through. it is a cold front, which means by
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kevin brought up the idea of why it definition, the air is going to be has to just be betting companies who colder, and that means that the are the ones sponsoring football temperatures in the days ahead, club. we can talk to ciaran maguire, particularly across northern areas, will be lower, even cold enough for a football finance lecture at the university of liverpool. thank you some early morning wintry weather. for joining this is what it looks like early on university of liverpool. thank you forjoining us. it does seem that sunday, a grotty start to the day, gambling companies, betting outbreaks of rain, and this weather companies have the lion‘s share of front will be moving eastwards this advertising of this funding through the course of sunday, so it from football clubs, why is that? because it is successful for both should reach london and east anglia as well as parts of england later in the gambling companies and the the afternoon, so a wet afternoon in clubs. the gambling companies make a lot of money from in play bets, the afternoon, so a wet afternoon in the east, drier and brighter in the which are placed by viewers often on west on sunday, and you can see only 4 degrees there in stornoway. wintry television. it is notjust in the uk, it is around the world. the showers, and actually sunday night premier league is such a global into monday we could get a little product. therefore, because they are bit of wet snow in northern ireland, parts of scotland, possibly prepared to pay more, the clubs, who yorkshire and the pennines as well, which means that early monday are givena prepared to pay more, the clubs, who morning could be a little wintry are given a choice perhaps between £7 million a year day from a across the northern half of the uk. gambling company and perhaps three monday is a changeable day with sun to four out of retail financial and showers. services, they will take the higher
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bid. what has resulted is now, we have over half the clubs in the thank you, tomasz. see you later. premier league and around two thirds of the clubs in the championship, who have front of shirt advertising the skin condition eczema is often described as a mild medical issue — but for those who live with it — from this particular industry. it can be who have front of shirt advertising from this particular industrym who have front of shirt advertising from this particular industry. it is interesting, you say they take the debilitating. higher bid. what you could do as a eight—year—old macy has dealt with it since she was a baby. football club, as a tournament, evil at times, she has struggled to look at herself in the mirror — say you will take the moral high and but that‘s all changing. you would make a call, which is, she‘s now the face of an eczema friendly clothing range. she‘s here to tell us more there are some things, in the past alongside her mum maxine. ididn‘t i didn‘t tell you that once you saw it would be cigarettes and in yourself on the television monitor, yourself on the television monitor, you wouldn‘t be able to tear formula 1. there was a point in time yourself away from it. are you pleased with how you are looking when decisions were made when they this morning? really good. maxine, said, we are not going to do that. why are we not at that point yet and tell us what macy has been going do you think there will be a move in through and what condition the eczema is for her at the moment, and that direction? there is clearly how it has been controlled. she started with eczema as a baby and increasing unease between the suffered with severe eczema for eight and a half years. she is relationship and —— between sport triggered by dust, heat, pollen. she has food allergies and she really and gambling. we need some form of does struggle. heat is a trigger as government involvement. that is what well so when she was a baby, i
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happened in the 70s, you should be realise the severity of her eczema formula! happened in the 70s, you should be formula 1 and we used to have the and got her into dermatology, and benson & hedges cup and cricket. this helps to normalise a dangerous that was a great help with product and addictive, it is treatments of bandaging and dry something we associate with health, which is clearly in the form of wrapping garment and special cream. sport. to give some sort of context, as the amount of money being generated, if you take one betting she can be triggered by the heat in the classroom, by cold weather, so company, but 365, very successful. eczema is like the weather, it is they got total wages of 60 five —— unpredictable. who are you waving 60 £5 billion. half of the nhs's at? is there somebody over there? budget. it is something we as consumers are not aware and that may i just asked, money is flowing through into huge at? is there somebody over there? may ijust asked, who is this, who are you clutching there. this is profits for these companies, many of which are located overseas. on the poppy. and poppy brings you luck. flip side, betting companies do pay your mum has described how difficult into gambling funds, responsible it was for you, but you got quite gambling funds, don‘t they? when the embarrassed about the way you looked and how you felt. what was that argument comes to take the moral
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like? when i was about three or high ground, there are people and families which have been torn apart four, people used to say really not by gambling addiction, they are nice things to me. they used to say, have you got chickenpox, it was supporting their recovery and it is not illegal to gamble. it is a difficult argument to pin down, it really ha rd. have you got chickenpox, it was really hard. she got to the point is difficult to pin down and say to where she wouldn't look in the some teams, don‘t do it? mirror because of what people had said to her, the impact of people's is difficult to pin down and say to some teams, don't do it?” is difficult to pin down and say to some teams, don't do it? i can understand the argument. but if you negative comments, so that affects a look at the amount of money which is child, so now she has completely being paid into responsible gambling changed. she is so confident. i got charities and the likes, it is around three or £4 million a year. which is clearly a sizeable amount hera tr and of money. to put that into some form changed. she is so confident. i got her a tr and dressing up clothes so that she would look in the mirror. of money. to put that into some form of context, the chief executive of bet 365 took home £276 million as we are all difference, we all have things we don‘t like about her salary last year. thank you very ourselves, but you can tell people much, it is interesting hearing those details. kevin, you know this what you‘re eczema is about, you can teach people. and now that you are inside out, money talks? it still talks, when you hear about the modelling, you are going to be showing the world that we are all numbers the gambling industry is prepared to put up compared to other difference and can embrace our differences. how does the modelling
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people, i don‘t know where that make you feel? it makes me feel leaves you ? people, i don‘t know where that leaves you? it is a great question, whether it is morally correct to be really ha p py make you feel? it makes me feel taking that much money and to be really happy and joyful. what kind of things are you modelling? she is fair, they put money back into it to the recovery side. it is a pittance doing some work with a modelling compared to the money they make. agency soon, we are kick—starting it morally, they are showing they are in the next few weeks. that must putting that money back in but it is have surprised you as well, the a smoke screen. they make so much openness of the agency to everyone‘s money, but how do you change it?” luke‘s. openness of the agency to everyone‘s luke's. yes, we wanted to break the don‘t know. thank you for your mould on the modelling industry. thoughts this morning. it is coming macy, we are seeing some of your up thoughts this morning. it is coming up to 7.30 and the headlines are 01:29:32,556 --> 2147483052:21:31,801 coming up so we will see you 2147483052:21:31,801 --> 00:00:00,203 shortly. this lovely pictures there. there will be adults and youngsters watching it this morning who are still going for a bit of what you used to go through, may be feeling a bit embarrassed in all of those things. what do you say to those people? eczema kids can do whatever they want. they‘re beautiful no matter what. they can do whatever they want, even if they have chickenpox
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or anything, they can do whatever they want, they can do. have you got a plan? what‘s your plan, what are you going to be? when i'm older, i'm going to be a model, then a producer. film producer? yes. and i nurse. she wants to be a dermatology nurse. she wants to be a dermatology nurse. i think all those things are going to happen! good luck, lovely to see you this morning. positive messages this morning on the sofa. we will be back with the headlines are just the sofa. we will be back with the headlines arejust a the sofa. we will be back with the headlines are just a few moments.
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good morning, welcome to breakfast with naga munchetty and charlie stayt. 0ur headlines today: the coronavirus reaches europe with three cases confirmed in france. meanwhile, health officials in china say 41 people have now died. will the government call full—time on football‘s relationship with gambling firms? it says the sport should "look at different sources of income". at least 20 people are dead and hundreds injured after a powerful earthquake in turkey. the search for survivors is underway. ben stokes apologises after swearing at a fan during england‘s final test against south africa. the all—rounder was reacting to verbal abuse from somebody in the crowd. the weather has been quite settled for a few days. there is a change on the way. from tomorrow, rain and
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increasing winds. it‘s saturday, 25th of january. our top story: the first three cases of coronavirus in europe have been confirmed in france. of coronavirus in europe have been authorities in china say the number of people killed by the infection there is now 41. it‘s thought a doctor, who had been treating patients, is among those who died. it comes as china begins its celebrations of the lunar new year, as simon jones reports. for some, the holiday celebrations have begun. but in wuhan, the epicentre of the outbreak of coronavirus, it looks more like a ghost town. home to around 11 million people, while the streets are empty, the hospital‘s aren‘t, overwhelmed with potential cases. the symptoms include coughs, fever and breathing problems. the city is now rapidly building a new hospital which will have 1000 beds. it could be ready within days, a sign of the concern about the virus. some tourists flying out of china to the us were relieved.
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we were cool at first but then when everything started shutting down we thought we should leave. i have been in and out of china a few times and this is one of the rare times that i felt like it was time for me to leave. in france though, confirmation that the virus has spread. translation: we have today, the first european cases. it‘s possible that we have them because we developed the test very quickly and we are capable of identifying them. tests in the uk have so far proved negative. we think there is a fair chance we may get some cases over time. of course, this depends on whether this continues for a long time, or whether this turns out to be something which is brought under control relatively quickly by the considerable efforts of the chinese government. those efforts involve travel restrictions in an increasing number of cities. medics from the military are being
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sentin medics from the military are being sent in to contain —— contain the outbreak. but the world health organization has not class the virus as an international emergency, partly because of the low number of overseas cases. simon jones, bbc news. 0ur china correspondent, stephen mcdonnell, is in wuhan. he sent this report. this province is where this virus emergency started. it is pretty quiet on the first day of the year of the rat. all these shops are closed, there is pretty much nobody on the streets here. when we came in, the police said we could enter this province, but they would not let us back out. what this shows is that it looks like the authorities are preparing to lockdown this entire province of 60 million people. when you look around the street here, this isjust people. when you look around the street here, this is just one of the towns you come across when you first
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enter the province, those who are out on the streets are wearing masks, and you can understand why. people are very worried, hospitals here have been overwhelmed with the sick. there is footage on social media, showing medical teams crying, worked to their outer limit. we have seen doctors coming in from shanghai to help. military medics have also arrived to bolster the numbers. and still, the challenge is enormous, with numbers going up and up. people just don‘t know for how long it is going to be like this, for how long they have to stay indoors, or risk being infected with this potentially deadly coronavirus, which causes pneumonia. we will keep you updated
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on any developments. at least 20 people are dead and hundreds injured after a powerful earthquake in eastern turkey. rescue workers are continuing to search for survivors. the quake, with a magnitude of about 6.8, was also felt in neighbouring countries. gareth barlow has this report. rescuers carry survivors out from the rubble. the 6.8 magnitude quake sent buildings crashing to the ground and residents rushing into the streets. more than 30 people are feared trapped and more than 500 people have been reported injured. the exact moment the earthquake struck, captured live on turkish tv. amid the inky darkness, among ruined buildings, screams rang out as more than 400 rescue teams rushed to help survivors. dozens of aftershocks followed the main tremor, which was also felt in neighbouring syria, lebanon and iran. the region, 550 kilometres east of the capital ankara,
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is remote and sparsely populated, so the true extent of the damage and fatalities could be slow to emerge. turkey lies on major fault lines and is prone to frequent earthquakes — around 17,000 people died in a massive quake in 1999. gareth barlow, bbc news. a charity offering mental health support to military veterans says it will be unable to take on new referrals from next week due to a funding crisis. the nhs says it has increased resources for vetera ns, but combat stress, which receives more than 2,000 referrals every year, has questioned whether the health service will be able to cope with the additional demands. the work that we do better and can‘t get from the nhs, and can‘t get from any other service. we are eight cqc registered service, we operate throughout the uk in each of the devolved nations, but in england and wales, we don‘t receive enough
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support from government to be able to protect what we have done and grow it. there is a growing demand for it, actually, so i think we really are at a funding crisis moment, i am afraid. the prime minister has released a photograph of himself signing the historic brexit withdrawal agreement in downing street. borisjohnson said it was a "fantastic moment" for the country, as final preparations are made for the uk‘s exit from the european union next friday. the documents had earlier been signed by eu leaders in brussels, before being sent to london by train. eagle—eyed star trek fans have spotted something strangely familiar about the new us space force logo. here‘s the original star trek emblem, as seen on those famous coloured uniforms. and here is the space force logo. the new crest was revealed
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by president donald trump, and the striking resemblance has got people talking, including a former star trek star. george takei, who played lieutenant sulu in the original 19605 series, tweeted he was "expecting royalties". all the sport is coming up a little later, and the weather. let‘s get back to one of our top stories now. we have been talking about football clu bs we have been talking about football clubs and discussing whether they are too dependent on money from gambling sponsorship. in his first interview since the general election. let‘s discuss this with charles and liz ritchie, whose son jack took his own life when he was 24, after struggling with a gambling addiction. and james grimes, a recovering gambling addict and campaigner. very good morning you all. this is something very, very close to your
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hearts, something you know all about. can you just talk us through what happened to your son? yes. jack started gambling when he was still at school, a 17—year—old schoolboy. gambling in his lunch hour at the local bookies with his friends, gambling their dinner money. 17—year—old boys, treating it as a bit offun, 17—year—old boys, treating it as a bit of fun, because that is how it was portrayed, that‘s how it was advertised. jack one to very large wins in quick succession. he came home with £1000. that changed his relationship with gambling forever, and by the time we found out, he told us and we now realise he had a deep and serious and complex addiction. we worked with him over the next seven years. he was excluded from bookies, he excluded himself from online, he visited the gp, had some counselling. but when
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he died, he had actually been clear from gambling for about 18 months. he was teaching in vietnam, teaching english as a foreign language, having a great time out there. we think he got an e—mail, a pop—up from a gambling company, and that started his gambling again. we know he died within1.5 started his gambling again. we know he died within 1.5 hours started his gambling again. we know he died within1.5 hours of crashing out of a day of gambling. and his message was he did not want gambling controlling his life any more. yes, he thought he would never free. the point is it's not about the money, gambling creates a serious mental illness. the point is, it is life—threatening. i mean, i have actually been watching all of this about the virus this morning and thinking 0k, about the virus this morning and thinking ok, that is a naturally occurring illness that we have to react to. this is not naturally occurring. this is man—made. this is
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made by big business, giving people a life—threatening illness, a lot of people, so that a very few people can make a lot of money. jack was a normal, ordinary young man. he was happy, popular, brightand intelligent. what his case shows is that gambling addiction can happen to literally anyone. gambling was the route and the trigger of jack ‘5 death. you say it can happen to anyone. james. this is the point, isn‘t it? so many people have been through this. give us your story.” spent 12 years as a gambling addict and it pretty much destroyed every aspect of my life and i am still feeling the consequences of it now. i blame football a lot for that because football was my way into gambling. at the time, it was normalised, glamorised. i believe the adverts when it says it matters more when there is money on it, and
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i never understood there was a genuine risk of addiction and tragically, suicide. football has a responsibility to protect young people from these harms. i am now nearly 24 months in recovery. i founded a project which tries to get foot ball founded a project which tries to get football clubs to evaluate this relationship because i don't think foot ball relationship because i don't think football and gambling have to be inextricably linked. there can be a separation to protect young people. when you hear, james, that the gambling industry does contribute to causes to prevent addiction, the football association says it is aware of these relationships and has other relationships as well, financial services, for example. but what more would you expect? it comes down to business, money, and it is funding the game are funding the clu bs. funding the game are funding the clubs. yes, i am not naive enough to think it is for any other reason
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than that, but other football clubs have said no to gambling sponsorships, such as luton and headingley, these are clubs which are thriving without gambling sponsorship, so it does not have to be that way. whilst the sponsorships exist, our other message is by foot ball exist, our other message is by football clubs putting measures in place to actually help people that currently are affected by gambling —related issues, so there could be signposts to self exclusion software, showing people the right way to treatment what was your get out? you describe how deeply you we re out? you describe how deeply you were in it. what was the moment when you found a way out? it came from rock bottom. i lost £2000 on my lunch break on fixed odds betting terminals in 25 minutes. from then, i lost myjob, i lost trust of my family, i went home and cried, hid in my room for three days. i then
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realise this is inherently selfish, it is affecting other people and something to change. i used self exclusion software and threw myself into my project and that has given me my focus and purpose. do you still watch football? yes, i am a massive football fan. i am curious, when you watch football and you see the names of various betting firms, does that trigger anything in you? you say you are still recovering. at the start it did, and i couldn't watch football. for people that are betting now, who watch football and think they only like football because they have got a bet on, i think football is better without a bet on. absolutely, i wasjust thinking that what we also have to do is look at products because we are not talking about all gambling.
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gambling with lives, our charity, is not an anti—gambling charity. there are some products that are heroine levels of addiction and we just simply need proper product safety testing before things come onto the market. how do you reflect now, it is interesting hearing james talking about the moment when, i am guessing, it could have gone in a different direction for you. that rock bottom moment. how can you stop something happening, as happened to jack? i think the starting place is prevention. i think that once you are addicted, actually you have got are addicted, actually you have got a deep and complex addiction which will be with you for life. we have beenin will be with you for life. we have been in contact with so many families, so many individual gamblers. it is difficult to find somebody who has been a gambling addict who has not had suicidal thoughts, or indeed attempted suicide. i think an individual death
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ends up being a random set of circumstances, something might have happened, something might have intervened, but there is an inevitability about the number of people addicted and the suicidal thoughts that gambling gives you, that inevitably, as we are at the moment, hundreds of people will die. we estimate there are up to 650 people dying from gambling —related suicides every year. what we need is proper treatment from the nhs. at the moment, the treatment is all provided by organisations that are funded by the industry, and they don't speak out about products. we had the wonderful big step by claire murdoch last week, who is head of mental health for the nhs, who actually did speak out, and that is actually did speak out, and that is a big first, it is a huge step forward. well, we will see what happens in the weeks and months ahead. thank you for talking to us
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this morning. here‘s tomasz with a look at this morning‘s weather. good morning to you all. the weather is pretty grey today. 0vercast skies, misty and drizzle in places, but rain tomorrow is in the forecast for western parts of the uk in the morning. here is that satellite picture. these weather system is heading our way slowly but surely, but we are still under the influence ofa but we are still under the influence of a cloudy area of high pressure off the continent, so not an awful lot of change for the rest of this morning and this afternoon. 0vercast skies wherever you are. if you are lucky, you will get some sunshine, but that will be at a premium. across north—western parts of the uk, the wind will freshen through the course of this afternoon. whether you are in the south, west,
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east or north, temperatures will be more or less the same today, around nine celsius. through this evening, saturday night, the weather goes downhill across the west of the british isles. we are expecting rain in the western isles after midnight. then the lowlands of scotland. by the early hours of the morning, the rain will start to reach western parts of the uk. central and eastern parts of the uk. central and eastern parts will have a dry place to sunday. you can see a weather front moving across the uk during sunday, and behind it is blue, and those arrows indicate fresher and colder air. cold enough even for a bit of snow. wet weather spreading across western parts of the uk. by the middle of the day, the rain is across central areas of the uk and later in the day that range should start to reach eastern areas. the last place to see the rain tomorrow will be east anglia and the
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south—east. in the west, by the evening it should dry out and turned writer just before evening it should dry out and turned writerjust before sunset. 5 degrees in belfast on sunday, so temperatures are dropping. the colder air marches through sunday night and into monday. northern ireland and scotland, a bit of the white stuff. early on monday morning, especially higher routes across the pennines and into scotland, possibly northern ireland, there could be a covering of snow here and there, but not in the south. 0n here and there, but not in the south. on monday itself, it is expected to be a fairly breezy day with sunshine and showers. that‘s pretty much how the first half of the week is looking. fairly u nsettled, the week is looking. fairly unsettled, with sunshine and showers. today, dry and cloudy. tomorrow we are expecting some rain and a change in the weather. let‘s take a look the papers. lawyer and activist shola mos—shogbamimu
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is here to tell us what‘s caught her eye. did i get it right? well done. i try my best. let‘s dive straight in with what has interested you. i am a massive taylor swift fan. i love her music and i am lucky enough to have met her. strong, sassy, brilliant. i can‘t rave about her enough, i love her attitude. this does not surprise me. no, it doesn‘t. she is in the line—up of many celebrities out there who share their struggles around their relationship with food, particularly how they respond to negative comments about their body. i think it is time for us... but what is it she said? she said she
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responded to negative comments about her self in pictures. she might be concerned that means she stopped eating, almost to the point of exhaustion. and i think this is all in order to fit this standard of whatever beauty is meant to look like. i think it is time for us women and men as well to take ownership of what your beauty is, for you to say to yourself, i am beautiful and the world is going to see me as beautiful. we all come in different shapes and sizes, and there is a reason for it. there is beauty in it. from time to time we will get people who want to make mean and nasty comments, but it is important for us to take ownership and go actually, that is not me you are describing. i love the way i look, i am confident in who i am. are describing. i love the way i look, i am confident in who i amm is not just look, i am confident in who i amm is notjust women as well. we have heard from men as well in the spotlight, who feel the pressure. absolutely, i said
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spotlight, who feel the pressure. absolutely, isaid men spotlight, who feel the pressure. absolutely, i said men as well. bear in mind that in different cultures, the standard of what beauty is differs. in some cultures you need to bea differs. in some cultures you need to be a very slender, but in other cultures you need to be more voluptuous, whatever the look is. but at my wonderful young age, quite frankly, i could not give a flying flamingo what anybody thinks. i am proud of what i look like, i am proud of what i look like, i am proud that i get up each morning and do what i have to do. my kids tease me sometimes when i say, pass me the ginger nut biscuits and they ask if iam meant ginger nut biscuits and they ask if i am meant to be on a diet, and i say i am watching my height and not my weight. that's not my favourite biscuit. oh, you are missing out. now, ben stokes in this abusive fan around. he responded to a very negative comment that was thrown at
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him. the reason why i find this interesting. yes, it is unprofessional, we have a certain standard for professional sportsmen and women, but i think it is about time we think about putting our professional sports men and women in a safe environment. some people argue we pay them so much money, so it doesn‘t matter what they hear, but the reality is, there is no amount of money that is worth anybody ‘s dignity, and at some point they will be a breaking point. i would like to know what happens to this fan, who just throws this out. whether it is racial abuse, threats of violence, none of this is a cce pta ble of violence, none of this is acceptable we talked about women's football last week, crystal palace where the goalkeeper was subjected to abuse, and it was about how quickly the officials were actually responding. it needs to come from above. that‘s right, absolutely.
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brexit. 0ne above. that‘s right, absolutely. brexit. one week to go. yes, boris johnson must be singing signed, sealed, delivered. the reality here isa sealed, delivered. the reality here is a week to go and we are getting to the point that everybody has, according to boris johnson, to the point that everybody has, according to borisjohnson, this is the peoples desire, brexit. i think it will definitely herald a new chapter, but also a chapter where our trade relationship with the eu will become clear. the fishing industry, fishing rights. of course, the conservative party has promised we are taking back control, but the reality is, my understanding is, that almost three quarters of the fish we sell is sold to the eu, said they will have some kind of leverage in these discussions. the clock is ticking because this huge mountain of deals all has to be done within
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11 months. that's right, let's see how far we get with that. we are done. it goes so quickly.” how far we get with that. we are done. it goes so quickly. i know, it is wonderful chatting with both of you. we will see you again soon. this is breakfast. we‘re on bbc one until 10am, when matt tebbutt takes over in the saturday kitchen. matt, what‘s on the menu for us? we have been having a debate about fried eggs this morning. when i make fried eggs this morning. when i make fried eggs, i put the lid on the frying pan. that is absurd. shalli go on? no, you can go on on your own show. it means the yolk stays runny. charlie reckons he can flip 100 fried eggs and only one would crack. he says it is all about the
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flipping. ok, where do you want me to go with that one? maybe you should come on this show, charlie, thatis should come on this show, charlie, that is a bold statement. it is a little bit like cool hand luke. 100 eggs, bring them on, let‘s see what happens. but is it the kind of thing you don‘t do in public? happens. but is it the kind of thing you don't do in public?” happens. but is it the kind of thing you don't do in public? i haven't yet! but, why not? come on. anyway, i don‘t know about putting the lid on. a knob of butter at the end. 0ur on. a knob of butter at the end. our special guest is fay ripley. lovely to have you here. we can talk all about cold feet later on. but food heaven and food health. a first for us. is it?
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food heaven, crab. food hell, clap. i love white crab meat, but i hate brown crab meat. ijust give it to my husband. but it is difficult in a dish sometimes to segregate, so make me love both. ok, i accept that challenge. say white meat and brown meat. two great chefs here as well, thatis meat. two great chefs here as well, that is celebrating the lunar new year. good morning. we have got pork on the menu, slow braised —— soy steamed pork. it is really nice and it isa steamed pork. it is really nice and it is a symbol of wealth. we have also got sticky rice which we are going to thrive. most people don't fry it but it is delicious.” going to thrive. most people don't fry it but it is delicious. i can't cook rice to save my life. you use
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your hands a lot. i do! we had too much whiskey during rehearsals. we will explain that later on!” much whiskey during rehearsals. we will explain that later on! i am doing a steamed cod, which is easy, fantastic and spectacular for chinese new year. and i am doing noodles, which are always popular, especially with children. they are. it is also burns night, so 0llie has got his tartan trolley at the ready. i have got a whole load of scottish treats. beer, whiskey, rum, all sorts. and i know that you love rose sorts. and i know that you love rose so we will have some on the show. it is going to be immense. could you flip 100 is going to be immense. could you flip 100 eggs? yes, i think! could, i will go flip 100 eggs? yes, i think! could, iwill go up flip 100 eggs? yes, i think! could, i will go up against charlie. you at home are in charge of what they will
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eat at the end of the programme. see you at 10am. eat at the end of the programme. see you at10am. i eat at the end of the programme. see you at 10am. i look forward to it. we‘ll be back with the headlines in a few moments. hello, this is breakfast with charlie stayt and naga munchetty. at 9.30, a summary of this morning‘s main news.
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the first three cases of coronavirus in europe have been confirmed in france. authorities in china say the number of people killed by the infection there is now 41. it‘s thought a doctor, who had been treating patients, is among those who died. meanwhile, it‘s been reported that three cases have been confirmed in australia. in china, lunar new year celebrations have been cancelled, transportation has been suspended on dozen cities, and it has been reported that the hong kong leader, carrie lam, has declared a virus emergency and cancelled new year celebrations there as well. kathleen bell is one of the people staying in her home — she‘s a british ex—pat living in wuhan. and we‘rejoined here by manchester university student xiatian fan, who was supposed to travel home to wuhan this week. you were due to go back this week,
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yourfamily are in the you were due to go back this week, your family are in the city now and in the surrounding area. tell us what the situation is, because you have spoken to them? every day i spoke to them via video chat, and i consult with their health and the situation, the policies. now they are voluntarily quarantined in the house to prevent the virus, and i advise them to avoid unnecessary travel and trips. currently it is the celebrations of the chinese new year, and last year at this period, everybody should have the celebration, family reunion dinner, but now they have all cancelled. have they been told enough information? do they feel comfortable? actually, their mood now is not quite strength. the
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situation in the surrounding area is fine, but in wuhan city, as far as i know, the situation is completely locked down, the streets are empty, only necessary travel. are your family frightened? at the beginning they we re frightened? at the beginning they were frightened, but now they have calmed down and they are staying home, watching tv for leisure, and as far as home, watching tv for leisure, and as farasi home, watching tv for leisure, and as far as i know, they call each other a, they called it an e celebration. . kathleen bell is in wuhan, and we werejust celebration. . kathleen bell is in wuhan, and we were just hearing from xiatian about the situation for his
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family on the outskirts of wuhan. what is happening with you inside wuhan? as you just heard, what is happening with you inside wuhan? as youjust heard, it is what is happening with you inside wuhan? as you just heard, it is very quiet on the streets. there is no transport. now the taxis have been stopped as well, and from midnight tonight, all private cars have been banned from the roads, so there will be no movement of people at all in the city. can ijust asked, it's charlie here, how does this work in practice? what about food, what about access, what about all the practical issues, just day—to—day business? i hope they have been thinking about this. this morning a delivery van was seen going to a shop, and there is still food in the supermarkets. i don't really know. they must have a plan for this. the way the chinese health system works is, if you get ill, you don't go to yourgp and get is, if you get ill, you don't go to your gp and get referred to a department ina your gp and get referred to a department in a hospital, you go
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straight to the outpatients. so anybody feeling slightly ill would go to the outpatients. whether they have got the virus or not, they would be their standing in the queue possibly with people that do have the virus. go figure. this is not really a good situation. there is no metro, no buses, no taxes, so if you live far from a hospital, you can go by bicycle or walk, or you could have gone by private car today but from tomorrow onwards that is not possible. kathleen, you are an expat who moved to china in 2010. have you thought about leaving? what xiatian was saying here was that initially a lot of people were concerned, and it is calmed down in terms of fear levels and understanding, but it is still a very worrying situation for many. here in wuhan, it is the other way around. people have been quite easy going about it. there is a
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sickness but it is not human to human, but in the last four days, it has escalated. there has been new policies put into place, and there has been a crackdown by the local government. i do think that heads will roll in the local government, and in weibo, the chinese chat room, people are wondering how they can build an isolation hospital within five days, but they still can't get enough masks to people or diagnose whether they have the virus or not. kathleen bell, we wish you well. thank you for talking to us this morning, and xiatian, thank you for talking to us as well this morning, and we wish your family well. thank you. that i know is 9:36am. —— the time
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now. football clubs in the uk have been accused of being ‘too dependent‘ on sponsorship from the gambling industry. (tx the sports minister, nigel adams, said teams need to look at different sources of income, given the social problems caused by gambling. his criticism comes after a deal between the fa and betting companies to show some matches on their sites. there is a way too much on gambling in sport, what we have seen with a live streaming of the fa cup games, there will be no more live streaming of fa cup games in the same manner. we had to look at this very carefully, because problem gambling, addictive gambling, leads to serious social problems, and in some cases people have done drastic things. some people have taken their lives. some people have taken their lives. so we are looking at this very closely. ben is here with the sport now. this
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is the government now asking serious questions about money in football. it is almost like a moral argument. we know the money is there, it‘s happening. if you look, half of the clubs in england‘s first and second tiers, are sponsored by gambling firms, and they are big in china as well, and it‘s not just football, they are big in china as well, and it‘s notjust football, it covers by, it‘s notjust football, it covers rugby, cricket, snooker, darts, all of this, sport‘s relationship gambling, is it a problem? and it is almost addictive, it is that money, the one club, one group of players, needs to just say, the money is not as important as the consequence, if you see what i mean. will that happen? money talks in sport, sadly. tell us about this moment in england cricket.
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ben stokes got into an incident with afan as ben stokes got into an incident with a fan as he was walking off yesterday. stokes should expect to find out today if he‘ll be punished for the incident. it happened just as he was walking off, having been dismissed forjust two on the first day of the final test in johannesberg. (bleep). stokes clearly annoyed at a fan but he has apologised for his language saying it was unprofessional and doesn‘t want it to ruin a competitive series. let‘s bring in a man who knows ben stokes well, the former england assistant coach paul farbrace. stokes hasn‘t had an unblemished record during his career but he seemed to turn a corner in 2019 with his performances and conduct in ashes and the world cup. how disappointed do you think he‘ll be in himself at what happened? he will be massively disappointed. he will be massively disappointed. he will be frustrated with himself that he allowed himself to get drawn into it. he knows that he can‘t do that, he knows he can‘t respond in that, he knows he can‘t respond in that way and he should have just got back into the dressing room and taken his frustration out there. so
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he will be disappointed. but i‘m pleased he has apologised straightaway, and it is going to rumble on for a day or two, but he will know that he has got it wrong. caniflip it will know that he has got it wrong. can i flip it on its head? have we just had enough of sport stars being abused on the pitch? regardless of the sport, the individual kicking back. what this will show, the knife will be out for him because people love to criticise sportspeople. but what this shows is he is being abused while doing hisjob, and we and the authorities in sport shouldn‘t let it happen and should back—up the sportspeople.” shouldn‘t let it happen and should back-up the sportspeople. i quite ee, back-up the sportspeople. i quite agree, and the ecb have been very strong. the managing director of the tea m strong. the managing director of the team said our players need protection, and they are right. this happens far too often. it happened at this ground the last time, the players took a lot of abuse. there isa players took a lot of abuse. there is a fine line between banter from the crowd on personal abuse. people think they have paid their money, they can say what they want, but you
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wouldn‘t say that to someone in the street. you wouldn‘t pass someone in the street and come out with that sort of thing, and i think as much as ben knows he wouldn‘t have reacted in that way, something has to be done to stop it.” reacted in that way, something has to be done to stop it. i wonder in practice how that works, though. that person was in amongst a group of other people, and the atmosphere generated appears to make things 0k. there is almost, people are complicit in a way in creating the atmosphere, and then one individual says something. how do you draw the line between what is ok and what goes beyond? it's when it becomes personal. that for me is the big thing, when it becomes personal abuse. someone within that stadium needs to take charge of that situation and stop it. but you are right, you want a good atmosphere. we all want, at all our stadiums in england, we try to create a good atmosphere, a positive experience of the day, but we have to remember is these are human beings that people are abusing, and they should be
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allowed to get away with it. paul, many thanks for your time. 0llie pope has just paul, many thanks for your time. 0llie pope hasjust gone paul, many thanks for your time. 0llie pope has just gone to 54 england, 240 — four last time we checked. and paul is part of the cricket social team who are covering the final test between england and south africa. listen live on the on the bbc sport website and app. time will come when you don‘t have to talk about anything like this, just the good performance. that would be wouldn‘t it? just the good performance. that would be wouldn't it? right, let's move on to tennis. nearly at the halfway point of the australian open tennis. john watson is in melbourne and john — good news for rafa nadal but bad news for a couple of the favourites in the women‘s draw. we will come to another upset in a moment, but we start with nick kyrgios, who is in action. thank you, lovely to speak to you. i‘ve found my friend again. enjoy nick kyrgios, because he is in action at the moment, and this lot, as you can see, and that gentleman there, are hoping that nick kyrgios will be going through, because he is up two
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sets at the moment against karen khachanov, and it will be interesting if he gets there, because who will he face? rafa nadal, which will be an interesting contest, no love lost between these two. you might remember that kyrgios referred to rafa nadal as super salty when nadal said that he felt kyrgios lacks respect for himself and the game. so you can imagine thatis and the game. so you can imagine that is going to be a very interesting matchup if nick kyrgios can get there, but he‘s looking good at the moment. you touched on the upsets. karolina pliskova has gone out, she lost to anastasia pavlyuchenkova, and she was the second seed. we have seen loads of seeds fall in the women‘s draw already. yesterday naomi 05aka went out, beaten by 15—year—old coco gauff, the defending champion. serena williams has gone out, she won‘t be winning her 24th grand slam title here. and we are still reeling from those upsets, and karolina pliskova goes into that category. roger federer as well was given a real work—out on the main court, the
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rudd labour arena behind real work—out on the main court, the rudd labourarena behind me, last night. hejust rudd labourarena behind me, last night. he just scrape through. rudd labourarena behind me, last night. hejust scrape through. it feels as though something is brewing. —— the rod labour thank you very much. that is about all we have got time for. unite nice to see him making friends! there is a different kind of atmosphere at the australian open. but it can be loud, but it doesn‘t have to go in a different direction. thank you, ben. the number of suspects being charged after a crime is reported is at an all time low, with only one in 14 crimes in england and wales leading to a charge. all next week, a new series will look at our approach to crime and punishment. two lawyers with strongly opposing views will speak to victims, former criminals and those on the front line to make a case
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about what is the best way forward. let‘s take a look. i‘m a barrister who defends those accused of committing serious crime. and i am accused of committing serious crime. andiama accused of committing serious crime. and i am a solicitor who represents victims of crime. chris and i both have very different views on how to solve this crisis. the criminal justice system needs to get tough fast. i think aisha has got it all wrong. the get tough on crime approach to criminaljustice is a myth. it doesn‘t work. we are doing that now. what we need is different a nswe rs , that now. what we need is different answers, and i‘m going to show you what they are. in this series, we will both be trying to convince you which of us has the stronger case, by hearing from the victims... i'm still struggling daily, still going to hospital, whereas he has done his time and expects a normal life. spending time with professionals on the front line. the last thing we wa nt the front line. the last thing we want to do is be telling a loved one that their family member, son,
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daughter, husband, wife, brother, sister, isn't coming home tonight. crime, are we tough enough? lawyers chris daw and ayesha nayyar who we saw there in that clip, join us now. i was just saying, i have seen the first episode, and i think it is fairto first episode, and i think it is fair to say you are coming from polar opposite views? that is right. you a former defence barrister. still! i apologise. don't sack me! and i think that your issue is a lot to do with sentences not being tough enough, and the punishment not fitting the crime? absolutely. you are trying to have some sort of conclusion, the people‘sjury at are trying to have some sort of conclusion, the people‘s jury at the end. we are fighting it out the whole week, we didn't know each other before this and we came from opposite sides of the argument. i'm arguing that we should be doing
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things like closing prisons and doing completely different radical things, and ayesha comes the exact opposite, that we should be having more people in prison for longer. see you take the opposites and what i hope we've done is give a really good inside view for the public to see what goes on criminaljustice. prisons, police, on the streets, in courts, we are filming inside a crown court, which is really unusual. so people will hopefully watch and get a good inside view, because i don't think most people know what goes on in the criminal courts. demystifying is an important thing, because they are lies some of the problems. s one, do you want to pick up on that? there is not a day go pick up on that? there is not a day 9° by pick up on that? there is not a day go by when someone is not sentence for something and there is an outcry, why are they not being sent to prison for longer. why will they be out in eight years, ten years, pick a number. there is a day that goes by that that if you like emotional response to something doesn‘t happen. but chris and other people make the case, that is an emotional argument. people make the case, that is an emotionalargument. it‘s people make the case, that is an
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emotional argument. it‘s not about the reality. the reality is that sentences in this country aren‘t long enough, and i come to the programme with that view. i come to the programme with three main points to my argument. first of all, sentences aren‘t long enough and we have seen recent statistics. 0ne sentences aren‘t long enough and we have seen recent statistics. one in 14 crimes reported to the police results in a charge, and that to me says 93% of crimes reported, criminals are getting away with it. there is no better time than now to bea there is no better time than now to be a criminal. tougher sentences. what is straightforward and everybody has to accept is if you lock a violent person up, you are taking chaos off our streets. 0nce they are locked up, we have to have prisons that work. at the moment we got a 70% reoffending rate in our prisons, and what that says to me is they are not working. second time offenders are at an all—time high, 70% go back out and reoffend.” don‘t want to get bogged down in statistics, chris, do you want to come back on that? she has got it
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all wrong! what people will hear, someone has done a bad thing, take them off my streets, my time, that isa them off my streets, my time, that is a thought process. when we went into the people'sjury is a thought process. when we went into the people's jury on the final episode, i knew! into the people's jury on the final episode, i knew i would be up against it because lots of are on ayesha's side of things. don't spoil anything! you have to watch the whole thing and make your own verdict, but when it comes to prisons, they have never been more overcrowded, sentences have never been longer, and ayesha is right, there is a huge level of reoffending because we are sending too many people to prison and prison makes people to prison and prison makes people into worst criminals.” people to prison and prison makes people into worst criminals. i think your views will be very clear on the programme. what i‘m interested in is, often when you do these things you are asked by the production company to bring your point of view. have you learned anything? these we re have you learned anything? these were absolutely our views at the start. has anything changed? you will have to watch the programme to see. it's ajourney. it was will have to watch the programme to see. it's a journey. it was a journey for both of us, and i
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started with very strong views, and you have to watch and see where i softened, in my approach. which i imagine you didn‘t expect to happen? ididn‘t imagine you didn‘t expect to happen? i didn‘t expect to happen, and chris will happily say he has never sat down with victims before.” will happily say he has never sat down with victims before. i met two people who lost their sons to knife murder, and that was a very powerful experience for me, and i hope it's powerful in the episodes where i spoke to them, i went to their homes, there are photographs of their young sons who were killed in each case on the street by knife crime, and that is something i had, asa crime, and that is something i had, as a defence lawyer, you don't see that side of things. so there is a journey for me in terms of learning about the other side of a criminal case, and it was a really moving experience to meet those people. and on the flip side for me, i don‘t normally sit with offenders and criminals and those charged, i represent victims. so to go into a prison, and i went into a prison, and to sit with offenders, was something absolutely new to me, listen to their story and see the life that they were now living in
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that prison. so for me i was challenged in many different ways. it sounds like a very interesting idea, and as you say, people will come to this with their own attitudes and maybe learn something. thank you very much. thank you very much. thank you very much. thank you both. ‘crime: are we tough enough‘ is on bbc one on monday from 9.15am — right after breakfast. the time now is 9:51am. let‘s take a look at the weekend weather, and tomasz is the man for us this money. you are looking very smart! i noticed you are smartening yourself up. it has worked. thank you very much! 0ne up. it has worked. thank you very much! one needs to at this time in the morning. very little change in the weather today. it is just little change in the weather today. it isjust going little change in the weather today. it is just going to be cloudy and gloomy, a bit of drizzle, but rain on the way tomorrow. we have the drizzle today and it is already down, but tomorrow raine properfor some of us, a good dose of rain. the picture this afternoon, seven, eight, 9 degrees, but across the north—west of the country, the winds are freshening, the cloud coming in
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and we are expecting a wet night across northern ireland and parts of scotland, but the rest of the country this coming night looking dry orat country this coming night looking dry or at least no change. no frost tonight, up to 7 degrees, those sorts of values, and then tomorrow wet across the west in the morning, and then wet across the east in the afternoon, and actually that doesn‘t mean that many of these western towns and cities later on sunday will have a fine end to the day, sunshine around and temperatures of around 10 degrees in the south, five in the north, and we mention very quickly, sunday night into monday could be some wet wintry weather across the north for early monday morning. back to you. tomasz, thank you very much. enjoy the rest of your weekend. thank you. time now is 9:52am. what is actually in your make—up bag?
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what is in your make up bag? you like it here somewhere! big! that‘s the question being explored in new bbc three documentary "beauty laid bare" — which will look at the environmental and ethical impacts one of the world‘s most lucrative industries. in a moment we‘ll speak to two of the people involved, but first let‘s take a look. this bottle could probably be recycled, but not this one, so there are millions of products that don‘t get recycled. i have some here that you want to look at. you have different types of plastic here, and then the size, in a lot of situation it will fall through and go to landfill. what about this one? colour is an issue, because a lot of black plastic isn't recyclable. wide? when you try to make it back into another product, the only product you can mix it with his black. this is the top is plastic,
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check local recycling. these companies like to put the responsibility back on the individual. resh khan and make—up vlogger chloe morton were two of the people who travelled to america to look at the issue for the documentary. they join us now. that moment, the moment people see in the documentary explains it quite nicely. what was happening there? we travelled all around america in the summer, so we were in new york, la, san francisco and sacramento and las vegas, and pretty much as looking at the beauty industry. i am a make—up artist and social media influencer, soi artist and social media influencer, so i thought i knew everything about make—up and everything positive, but going on the american trip we found out so much stuff. and that tip, you are finding stuff will stop what happens to the stuff, the containers? did it shock you? yes, it was crazy. certain ingredients in
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products were things that you would never expect to be in make—up products, especially if you wear it every day of your life. the group you are in, there were four of you, and you are two of the four. not one, you are coming from slightly different angles when it comes to make—up. where we are coming from, resh? i have been burned with sulphuric acid, so i use beauty products to cover up scars and build on my confidence and self—esteem, and i used it as a defence barrier. we are going to show a picture of you after the attack, the sulphuric acid attack. this was you in the aftermath. that was my zist birthday. i am 23 now. and you use make—up to cover up, and you are very open about this in the programme, showing just how important it is to you, but also not necessarily to the point where perhaps chloe would be pitching make
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up perhaps chloe would be pitching make up in terms of being glamorous, this is about confidence for you?m up in terms of being glamorous, this is about confidence for you? it is, but at the same time i don't see it asi but at the same time i don't see it as i need. as i've got older, i've adjusted to howl as i need. as i've got older, i've adjusted to how i look. as i need. as i've got older, i've adjusted to how! look. and as i need. as i've got older, i've adjusted to how i look. and one of the things you find out has charlie touched upon and we saw in the clip is the environmental impact of what we are putting on ourfaces, putting on our bodies, and the skin is absorbing. what surprised you the most? a lot of ingredients within our products can actually be quite harmful, and we didn't realise the extent of how much was going into our system purely from just putting on our faces, and washing it off really doesn't do much. what about you, chloe? what has made you think differently? all my life i thought you could just put make—up on and wash it off and that is it, it is just a temporary thing. and actually whenever you are putting it on your skin, as the day progresses, these ingredient are going through our bodies, and there are crazy side
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effects that you would never actually think. resh, why didn't you go down in the sewer cries mike chloe was the only one who went and looked at the impact of the wet wipes. was it just looked at the impact of the wet wipes. was itjust a step too far? it wasn't in my schedule, but i obviously wanted to go in the sewer so much. what was the idea of going down there? what we are looking for? you think it is just your usual convention stuff that you expect to see ina convention stuff that you expect to see in a sewer, but there are so many things within there that are pa rt many things within there that are part of the beauty community, so you see wet wipes and then whenever we gotta sample of the water, there we re gotta sample of the water, there were ingredients that were found in make—up products, but really harmful ingredients that weren‘t able to get broken down, and they are bad for the environment too, so these products that i use everyday, they‘re just bad, really. products that i use everyday, they'rejust bad, really. i'm really conscious that sometimes there is an impression talking about make—up as frivolous. i was watching a programme about make—up, and i really was interested in the issues
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that are brought in. so for example, disposable fashion. disposable make—up. you all go to a factory and you challenge a factory. tell us about that, this is a factor that literally out brand—new colours. about that, this is a factor that literally out brand-new colours. we realise because there were so many trends, especially with social media being huge, brands are able to create and put on their shelves within 24 hours a new product, and because they were pricing it so low because they were pricing it so low because their supply chain was a very efficient, but because they had that efficiency and they had that ease of being able to tell consumers about their products, it was just a big throwaway fashion kind of thing. this was the latest trend, it is very cheap and a lot of people weren't using the entire product and just buying more. thank you very much. beauty laid bare is available
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on iplayer. that‘s it from us. brea kfast on iplayer. that‘s it from us. breakfast is back tomorrow from 6am. goodbye. this is bbc news.
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the headlines: the death toll from the coronavirus rises to 41, with authorities in china struggling to contain the outbreak as millions travel for the lunar new year. the virus has now spread to europe — the french health minister confirms three cases in france. translation: we have today the first european cases. it is possible we have them because we developed the test very quickly and we are capable of identifying them. at least 21 people have been killed and, more than 1,000 injured in a powerful earthquake in eastern turkey. a charity offering mental health support to military veterans says it can‘t take on new cases because of a funding crisis. football is far too dependant on sponsorship from gambling —
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