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people are less as this, and people are less bothered about it these days, sadly, they shouldn't be, but they are. the su: aestion they shouldn't be, but they are. the suggestion is that this rift might never be healed. how can anybody know that? families are peculiar things, and all sorts of issues can be sorted out, not everybody plays out their family issues, though, be sorted out, not everybody plays out theirfamily issues, though, in the international press. sorry, martin. h the international press. sorry, martin. . , the international press. sorry, martin. ., ., the international press. sorry, martin. ., ~ martin. i was going to say, i think that's the problem, _ martin. i was going to say, i think that's the problem, isn't - martin. i was going to say, i think that's the problem, isn't it? - martin. i was going to say, i think that's the problem, isn't it? i - that's the problem, isn't it? i don't — that's the problem, isn't it? i don't think, of course, every family operates— don't think, of course, every family operates in— don't think, of course, every family operates in a — don't think, of course, every family operates in a different way, but it's not— operates in a different way, but it's not a — operates in a different way, but it's not a good idea, i think i'm a friendly, — it's not a good idea, i think i'm a friendly, if— it's not a good idea, i think i'm a friendly, if bad things have happened necessarily for bad—mouthing your parents, whatever happened. _ bad—mouthing your parents, whatever happened, to be frank, it'sjust not a desirable — happened, to be frank, it'sjust not a desirable way to do it, especially if you _ a desirable way to do it, especially if you are — a desirable way to do it, especially if you are somebody who doesn't like nredia _ if you are somebody who doesn't like media attention, apparently. it's not constructive. of course, it may be that _ not constructive. of course, it may be that washing it all out in this way, _ be that washing it all out in this way, that— be that washing it all out in this way, that it may finally be a reconciliation, i'm sure on all sides. — reconciliation, i'm sure on all sides, actually. i'm sure charles
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would _ sides, actually. i'm sure charles would like — sides, actually. i'm sure charles would like a reconciliation really is obviously becomes quite hard. shopping — is obviously becomes quite hard. shopping hordes pulled back to stories. it doesn't make it appealing to me if they've got to elbow my way through the doors tell us about the story, martin. it’s elbow my way through the doors tell us about the story, martin.— us about the story, martin. it's the bi est us about the story, martin. it's the biggest day — us about the story, martin. it's the biggest day in _ us about the story, martin. it's the biggest day in retail _ us about the story, martin. it's the biggest day in retail sales, - us about the story, martin. it's the biggest day in retail sales, up - us about the story, martin. it's the biggest day in retail sales, up very| biggest day in retail sales, up very sharply— biggest day in retail sales, up very sharply and more evidence that there will be _ sharply and more evidence that there will be a _ sharply and more evidence that there will be a strong recovery, and of course, — will be a strong recovery, and of course, there has been data showing that those _ course, there has been data showing that those people who haven't suffered — that those people who haven't suffered eitherjob losses or wage cuts or— suffered eitherjob losses or wage cuts or whatever, that as a result of the _ cuts or whatever, that as a result of the pandemic up and saving money for all— of the pandemic up and saving money for all sorts _ of the pandemic up and saving money for all sorts of reasons and there is this— for all sorts of reasons and there is this sort— for all sorts of reasons and there is this sort of pent—up demand to spend. _ is this sort of pent—up demand to spend. and — is this sort of pent—up demand to spend, and of course for online shopping — spend, and of course for online shopping if you want to go and buy clothes _ shopping if you want to go and buy clothes and see them and try them on, clothes and see them and try them on. you _ clothes and see them and try them on, you haven't been able to do it for a _ on, you haven't been able to do it for a long — on, you haven't been able to do it for a long time, so there is a great surge _ for a long time, so there is a great surge of— for a long time, so there is a great surge of people doing it. sol suppose _ surge of people doing it. sol suppose it's good news in one way. we will _ suppose it's good news in one way. we will see — suppose it's good news in one way. we will see how long it lasts, but the indication from the latest figures —
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the indication from the latest figures and general survey, which nrust _ figures and general survey, which nrust be — figures and general survey, which must be good news for all of us, i suppose — must be good news for all of us, i suppose it— must be good news for all of us, i su ose. �* ., ., , .,, must be good news for all of us, i suuose.�* ., ., , suppose. a lot of people lost their “obs in suppose. a lot of people lost their jobs in the — suppose. a lot of people lost their jobs in the pandemic. _ jobs in the pandemic. surveys found that when a people i've got significant savings. seven and eight people are making the pennies having to work a bit harder and they are more worried about their financial prospects. and they are more worried about theirfinancial prospects. later and they are more worried about their financial prospects. later on in the story, it does say that the costs have risen for the first time in 13 years, the fastest in 13 years, that raises the prospect of inflation and possibly out—of—control inflation. we have had that before, probably not within some young people's living memory, but if interest rates get too high, that's mortgage rates down the pan, its real problems with burrowing —— borrowing and spending, and it's something that the bank of england will need to do something about, possibly by raising interest rates are little bit soon which will have an impact on house prices and therefore our whole economy. some of what they are looking at in this study is actually a boat, compared
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to last year, so of course, there is more sales now, of course prices have risen a bit, it is weather that actually settles down and beds down actually settles down and beds down a bit as weak, sort of, are vaccinated and come out of lockdown and if we stay out of lockdown, of course. �* . ., and if we stay out of lockdown, of course. . . ., ., and if we stay out of lockdown, of course. . _, ., ., , _, course. are comment for me to become if ou course. are comment for me to become if you would. — course. are comment for me to become if you would, starting _ course. are comment for me to become if you would, starting with _ course. are comment for me to become if you would, starting with susie - course. are comment for me to become if you would, starting with susie on - if you would, starting with susie on the eye, parents expected to escape fines. holidays you to can have term but then you have to corn too many combat, is it? the but then you have to corn too many combat. is it?— combat, is it? the government is sa in: combat, is it? the government is saying that _ combat, is it? the government is saying that if _ combat, is it? the government is saying that if you _ combat, is it? the government is saying that if you go _ combat, is it? the government is saying that if you go to _ combat, is it? the government is saying that if you go to an - combat, is it? the government is saying that if you go to an ember| saying that if you go to an ember list country, you have to quarantine with your family. they don't want those families penalised for not sending their children to school when they should be in quarantine when they should be in quarantine when they should be in quarantine when they come back, because otherwise it would affect the quarantine system. the fact is that sage said in may, quarantine was never going to work, and keeping up with foreign variants, they are more bothered about seeing parents on holiday now it this week during term time with their kids away when they should be in school. yes. time with their kids away when they should be in school.— should be in school. yes, the complaint — should be in school. yes, the complaint wasn't _ should be in school. yes, the complaint wasn't too - should be in school. yes, the complaint wasn't too many i should be in school. yes, the - complaint wasn't too many children who have mist too much school
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already, martin. he met yes, exactly. that's right. although, yes, exactly, that has been the problem. although it does put into perspective what has happened in recent years with people being fined for taking their children out for a couple of days when the whole schooling system is closed down for most people, for weeks and months on end. so ., ., ., end. so from that point of view clearl , end. so from that point of view clearly. just — end. so from that point of view clearly, just goes _ end. so from that point of view clearly, just goes to _ end. so from that point of view clearly, just goes to the - end. so from that point of view clearly, just goes to the actual| clearly, just goes to the actual story, — clearly, just goes to the actual story, it's _ clearly, just goes to the actual story, it's completely unfeasible to have fines — story, it's completely unfeasible to have fines for people if they do go away, _ have fines for people if they do go away, obviously, we may get to a point _ away, obviously, we may get to a point where — away, obviously, we may get to a point where people are actually allowed — point where people are actually allowed to go to some of these countries, _ allowed to go to some of these countries, you will still have a quarantine period potentially at the start of— quarantine period potentially at the start of the school term. any— start of the school term. any of— start of the school term. any of that after holiday or whatever it might be, any of that, clearly _ whatever it might be, any of that, clearly you — whatever it might be, any of that, clearly you don't want people who are nreant— clearly you don't want people who are meant to be in quarantine giving an incentive — are meant to be in quarantine giving an incentive to the financial incentive _ an incentive to the financial incentive to avoid the fines and their— incentive to avoid the fines and their kids — incentive to avoid the fines and their kidsjust go incentive to avoid the fines and their kids just go when they should be in _ their kids just go when they should be in quarantine. it does make sense — be in quarantine. it does make sense. . �* , be in quarantine. it does make sense. . �*, ., , , ., sense. that's it for the papers for this episode. _ sense. that's it for the papers for this episode, but _ sense. that's it for the papers for this episode, but if _ sense. that's it for the papers for this episode, but if you _ sense. that's it for the papers for this episode, but if you are - sense. that's it for the papers for this episode, but if you are in -
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sense. that's it for the papers for this episode, but if you are in the i this episode, but if you are in the uk, susie and martin will be back in just over half hour at another look at the front pages of the newspapers and the websites here, bye for now. good evening. i'm lizzie greenwood—hughes, here with your latest sportsb news. we're starting with golf and a very windy second round at the us pga championship with the course at kiawah island still causing all sorts of problems. but not for a couple of names we haven't seen at the top of a major for a while. the 2010 open winner — louis oosthuizen is joint leader on six under, he's just ahead of phil mickelson... who at 50 is rolling back the years in south carolina. he's in clubhouse on five under par — after scoring five birdies on the front nine, he did bogey the 17th and 18th which took the shine off it slightly. but if he were to win
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the tournament, he'd be the oldest major winner of all time. let's hear what he has to say. i am havin: a let's hear what he has to say. i am having a lot — let's hear what he has to say. i am having a lot of _ let's hear what he has to say. i am having a lot of fun, _ let's hear what he has to say. i am having a lot of fun, and _ let's hear what he has to say. i am having a lot of fun, and to - let's hear what he has to say. i —.n having a lot of fun, and to play well, to know i am playing well heading into the weekend to be in contention, have a good opportunity, i am having a blast, i am excited for the weekend, so it's been a lot of fun. this is the latest leaderboard. louis oosthuizen tops the leaderboard at six under par, along with american brooks koepka. phil mickelson is just below, in second place, on five under par. just three shots behind there, his big hitting then finally helping them out on that really long course which is proving so difficult, but only halfway, so a long way to go at this major. moving onto football now. now after four seasons at molineux, wolves have announced that manager nuno espirito santo will leave
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at the end of the season. he guided wolves to promotion to the premier league in his first year in charge and has gone on to establish the team in the english top—flight. his last match will be on sunday against manchester united. the bbc understands that there's no other club involved in his decision to leave. the government has announced a nine—person panel for its fan led review of english football, it's been brought forward in response to the fall out from the european super league. the chair and panel will canvass fans' views on ownership, governance and financial flows within the game. but labour's shadow secretary of state for digital, culture, media and sport, jo stevens has been critical of the lack of fans on the panel and the timescale and information provided so far. manchester united look like they'll be without harry maguire for their europa league final against villereal next week. manager ole gunnar solskjaer said he doesn't expect maguire to be fit, although he hasn't given up all hope yet. the england defender suffered an ankle ligament injury earlier this month.
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solskjaer says he'll travel with the squad to gdansk either way. there was hope he might be able to play in the game, after he was seen without crutches at the premiere of a new film about sir alex ferguson last night — and talking of ferguson — he said he thinks united's star quality might make the difference in the final. i already think they are a decent team. i saw them against arsenal, they played well, but having said that, i think our boys have been playing well. they've got matchwinners in the team. cavani, greenwood, they are winners. these boys win games for you, and i think going into a final, you've got that kind of support system on your team that gives you a chance. blackpool have reached the league one play—off final on an emotional evening at bloomfield road, with a 6—3 aggregate win over oxford. before the game, the players and fans paid tribute
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to nine—year—old blackpool boy jordan banks who was killed after being struck by lightning while playing football last week. blackpool had a 3—0 lead going into the game and this goal from jerry yates helped them on their way to the final. and after scoring his goal, yates commemorated jordan banks during his celebration. leicester were narrowly beaten by montpelier in the final of rugby union's european challenge cup. in front of 10,000 fans at twickenham, they had been leading 17—10 after two tries and some astute kicking by george ford. but the french side fought back to win it 18—17.leicester haven't won a trophy for eight years. and finally there was a bizarre moment at the european aquatics championships in budapest where britain's kathleen dawson had to swim her race twice and fortunately for her she won gold twice. it all went wrong at the start of the 100 metres backstroke when a faulty speaker prevented
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sweden's louise hansson from hearing the starting buzzer. she finished last with dawson taking gold. sweden then lodged an appeal which was upheld so they had to do it all again two hours later and once again dawson triumphed, although she was slightly slower, losing the championship record she set in the first race. although, she was slightly solar in this as soon as i had that next chance to be able to get that gold again, i knew that i was going to be number one. i was going to be stood on top of the podium, something like that shouldn't really be happening at europeans. itjust shows that i've deserved it for me to have come from third—place five years ago and then to have not even the final in the hundred in glasgow. it'sjust to have not even the final in the hundred in glasgow. it's just i couldn't be more it's just i couldn't be more
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there's no change in the overall standings at the giro d'italia after stage 13. italy's giacomo nizzolo sprinted to victory to win the stage — a 123 mile flat ride from ravenna to verona. but colombia's egan bernal leads by 45 seconds. british riders hugh carthy and simon yates are still more than a minute behind in fourth and fifth place. and that's all the sport for now. well, friday, for many of us was in absolute right off. blowing gale, heavy rain surely the weather is going to improve. yes it is. the low pressure is finally moving out into the north sea. it brought some really heavy rain to wales, for hello hello example. and ferocious gusts of wind. here's an example, 89 miles an hour in exposed faces and it exposed place in the isle of wight. more typically it was around 60 or more. so very windy for the time of year. and wet. you could see where low pressure is early in the morning on
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saturday. pretty stormy out to see they are. but for many of us it is calming down. in fact so much so across parts of scotland and northern ireland, clearing skies with a touch of frost. anyway, here's the important bit, saturday's headline — drier, brighter and less windy for all of us. this is what it looks like for the morning onwards. it will brighten up across many western areas right from the word go. they will be some showers around particularly in the east of the country, maybe in the cell. and it will still be a keen wind blowing out of the northwest was that it will be chilly, 11 in newcastle, 1a or 15 degrees elsewhere. you know what? we will take it after that nasty friday. here's the forecast, saturday night into sunday. so these guys are clearing again, it's going to be a chilly morning on sunday. you can't miss this. the wind spinning around behind me. that's the next area of low pressure heading our way. here's the headline for sunday — you may want to look at weight now here it is — rain and wind again. this unsettled weather eight weather continues. here's the good news, across some eastern areas there will be sunshine in the morning. probably into the afternoon as well.
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this weather front wall reach western areas until later on in the day but the rain will be accompanied by gale force winds as well. not a great second half of the weekend. eventually that weather front will sweep towards the east later on in the afternoon into the evening hours. that low pressure is here to stay, it will park itself over us monday. tuesday and that means that the weather will remain on settled into next week. so you guessed it, showers to come and remaining cool into next week.
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this is bbc news with the latest headlines for viewers in the uk and around the world. i'm martine croxall. counting the cost in gaza — as the new ceasefire takes hold, tens of thousands of palestinians inspect the damage after 11 days of conflict. but clashes injerusalem after friday prayers at the al aqsa mosque compound — raise questions about the ceasefire's durability. britain's prime minister expresses sympathy for prince william after the royal voiced his anger at the way his mother was deceived in a bbc interview. and it's back — getting ready for eurovision's return tomorrow night after it was cancelled last year because of the pandemic. just hours after a ceasefire between israel and hamas came

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