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i think it is about time, because the club wasn't going forward. i feel quite sad for him, but for the club, it will be good. ithink, you know, he had to go, i really, for the club to progressl in the way that the new owners are wanting to go. _ assistant head coach graham jones will take interim charge, while attention will now turn to who next for newcastle. but, as for what next for bruce, given the toll this job has taken on him and his family, his 1000th game in management is likely to be his last. katie gornall, bbc news. time for a look at the weather. here's darren bett. despite the sunshine, it is not as warm as yesterday and threw the rest of this week, it is going to feel quite a bit colder. yesterday we saw temperatures of 21 degrees in the south—east. the winds from the south all the way from the tropics. we
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have got off that supply of warm air today and by tomorrow the wind will be coming in from the north, dragging down much colder air. today we have still got a few thundery downpours, potentially, but this area of cloud is an area of note. it is a storm named by the french met service and the first rain will be this afternoon. heavy showers for england and wales. still mild towards the south—east but cooler for scotland and northern ireland where we have some sunshine and rain in northern scotland that will move south. but this is the storm that will be racing its way through the english channel, some wet and windy weather for a english channel, some wet and windy weatherfor a while for english channel, some wet and windy weather for a while for southern england through the channel. that should clear by the early hours and then the band of rain moves to the midlands, to the north and the winds pick up in northern scotland and we blow in those wintry showers over the tops of the hills in scotland. it will be colder by the morning. colder than it has been over the past few nights. rain to clear away
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from southern parts of england and thenit from southern parts of england and then it is sunshine, showers blown into scotland, perhaps northern ireland over the irish sea and england and wales. further east it is likely to be dry and sunny, but it will be windy. critically down the north sea coast work we have spring tides as well. the wind will make it feel colder despite the sunshine. eight degrees for northern part of scotland, struggling to make 14 part of scotland, struggling to make 1a in southern areas of england. the cold air in place tomorrow and continuing into friday. nose of high pressure coming into western areas will settle things down. a fair bit of cloud and western parts, showers to begin with but they should become fewer during the day. drier and brighter with more sunshine in the east and it won't be as windy on friday and probably won't feel as cold. temperatures of 11 to 1a degrees. let head into the start of the weekend and that little nose of high pressure is going to be moving away and eventually we will find this rain coming in from off the atlantic. it is slowing down, so for
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many places saturday looks like it will be dry. the sunshine again, best in the east, thickening cloud in the west and rain coming on as well. the rain coming in from the south or south—west, said temperatures will be higher widely around 1a or 15 celsius. a reminder of our top story... health leaders warn the nhs could be overwhelmed this winter without the government has macro plan b which could include mandatory face coverings and passports. that's it, so goodbye from me. now on bbc one, let'sjoin our news teams where you are. good afternoon, i'm austin halewood with your latest sports news... and there's only one place to start because newcastle united are on the hunt for a new manager. the club parted company with steve bruce this morning
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just 13 days after the saudi—backed takeover on tyneside. bruce leaves after two years in charge, with the club second from bottom in the table. his assistant graham jones takes temporary charge. but who will be next in the dugout? ourfootball reporter alistair magowan has more... there are various names that have been leaked by the club but a couple of candidates that seem to be emerging are the manager who almost joined tottenham hotspur last summer. and also eddie howe he is to be at bournemouth. he would link up with potentially at the likes of callum wilson, ryan fraser and matt ritchie who are with him at bournemouth. he has got a link in as well. there is a clear decision to be made and the need to move forward. by pitting grahamjones in charge, he was a assistant from bournemouth as well, they have bought themselves a little bit of breathing space so they can make a clear decision about who the next manager is.
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well, a large section of fans made it fairly clear on sunday, after their 3—2 defeat to tottenham, that they wanted bruce out... and they've got their wish... just really happy with all the supporters. it has caused a lot of controversy over the past month, so i am really glad he has gone. i lam really glad he has gone. i think it was expected. really not so much _ think it was expected. really not so much of— think it was expected. really not so much of a _ think it was expected. really not so much of a surprise. i think he had to go— much of a surprise. i think he had to go for— much of a surprise. i think he had to go for the _ much of a surprise. i think he had to go for the club to progress in the way— to go for the club to progress in the way the new owners want it to lo. the way the new owners want it to a o_ . the way the new owners want it to i o, . ., ., the way the new owners want it to no. ~ . ., , the way the new owners want it to a 0. ~ ., ., , , ., the way the new owners want it to go. we have not been performing for the last three — go. we have not been performing for the last three years, _ go. we have not been performing for the last three years, so _ go. we have not been performing for the last three years, so i _ go. we have not been performing for the last three years, so i think - go. we have not been performing for the last three years, so i think it - the last three years, so i think it is great, — the last three years, so i think it is great, great _ the last three years, so i think it is great, great thing _ the last three years, so i think it is great, great thing to - the last three years, so i think it is great, great thing to happen i the last three years, so i think it. is great, great thing to happen and see what— is great, great thing to happen and see what we — is great, great thing to happen and see what we will— is great, great thing to happen and see what we will get _ is great, great thing to happen and see what we will get in _ is great, great thing to happen and see what we will get in his - is great, great thing to happen and see what we will get in his place. l staying with football... five people have been arrested, following an attack on a manchester city fan after last night's champions league game against bruges. the 63—year—old belgian man, who watched city's 5—1 win at the stadium, is in a life—threatening condition. the attack took place at a motorway services 45 kilometres from bruges. city said they were "shocked and saddened" by the incident,
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while club bruges said they were "horrified". there's more champions league action tonight. chelsea host malmo, while manchester united will be without defender raphael varane and forward anthony martial for their game with atalanta. united are third in their group, and they're struggling forform — manager ole gunnar solskjaer says everyone at the club is working together to put that right. we still want to improve, we have signed some players that have raised expectations. other teams have signed players and improved as well, so we are in the same boat as all the top teams. there is pressure all the top teams. there is pressure all the time, pressure on me, of course. but we have been through this before and we have come through it stronger, as individuals and as a team. now to cricket
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and the twenty20 world cup continues, with ireland looking to make it two wins from two and boost their chances of qualilfying for the next stage. they take on sri lanka in abu dhabi, that's at three o clock our time. in today's first match the netherlands made 164 forfour from their 20 overs. opener max o'dowd reached 70. a few moments ago namibia were 67 for three after ten overs. both sides lost their first match, so a second defeat here will send one side home. meanwhile england are playing theirfinal warm up match before their first match on saturday, and captain eoin morgan's barren run with the bat has continued. he madejust ten in england's total of 163 for six against new zealand.. morgan said he would consider dropping himself if his poor form continues. staying with cricket, there could be some respite for england's batsmen on their upcoming ashes tour. australia fast bowler james pattinson has announced his retirement from all
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international cricket. pattinson took 81 wickets in 21 test matches. he's been ruled out of the first part of the domestic season through injury — and said he felt he wouldn't be able to do "himself and his team—mates justice". the ashes begin on the 8th of december in brisbane. not long to wait now. i'll have more for you in the next hour. it's three months since thousands of afghans were forced to flee their country and make a new home in the uk but many are still living in hotels that were meant to be temporary. it means they don't have access tojobs, proper healthcare or education as our home editor, mark easton has been finding out. a budget hotel in buckinghamshire is currently home to 160 afghan migrants, mostly children. and after more than two months stuck there, it's the children who often find it hardest. a local primary has offered educational support, but the authorities discourage such arrangements, and that is
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a source of frustration. my wife and seven children, it's very difficult for us. nazeer�*s children missed a lot of school in afghanistan. and after more than two months stuck in uk hotels, he's desperate to get them back into a classroom. i think the permanent education system is not available at the moment. and we are very keen and really trust the government to sort out as soon as possible. finding a suitable accommodation for large families is a huge challenge. there are fears some may be in what are called bridging hotels for many months yet. local charities help, but stuck in institutional limbo it seems even basic safeguarding is not always there. we visited some families here that have been in the country for three weeks. and children had unseen bullet wounds in their legs, so we were able to muster support, get people to a local walk—in surgery.
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that's great, but it shouldn't be down to you! that surely is something that should have been spotted? i agree with you. but rather than complain about it, i think i can do something. heads, shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes. heads, shoulders... in south london one school has found a way to get afghan children out of a local hotel and into class. after meeting a desperate migrant dad, the head at walworth academy realised that if afghan parents applied for an available place, her school was legally bound to take them. so off we went down to that hotel and quite literally sat in the lobby with a gentleman talking to him, which meant that more people and more people kept coming up, and by the next day we got a telephone call here saying, "oh, i understand you've been to this hotel. could you come down and see us? we are really interested in school places". we are so worried we can't go outside. we just work on internet. these three girls, all evacuated from kabul with their families as the taliban seized control, are thrilled to be in school at last.
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i'm so happy because i love education. our mind is fresh. we get more friends in here. it's too comfortable, it's too good for us. when you approached the home office and the department of education, what was the reaction to your offer of places? i think it was just a bit too early in their process. so they turned you down, essentially? they didn't turn us down directly. the education department says it is funding extra school places for afghans and trying to get children into classrooms as soon as possible. but the question is whether the government should be doing more to support the children now. mark easton, bbc news. the biggest study ever undertaken in the uk into what's known as �*extreme pregnancy sickness,�* has found that the condition can be so severe, more than half of sufferers consider having abortions. while mild sickness is a common
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symptom of pregnancy, �*extreme nausea�* can affect between one and three percent of pregnant women. the duchess of cambridge was seriously ill during her three pregnancies. daniela relph, has been speaking to one woman, about her experience. speaking to one woman, they speaking to one woman, did admit me at 16 weeks admitted they did admit me at 16 weeks, i was admitted with severe intense pain in my bed and they said i could have cracked a rib were torn a muscle from being sick so much. that is when they started to take note and thought maybe this is serious. i think it affected my partner more than me because i felt the purpose, i knew i would have a baby girl at the end of it and i was lucky to be experiencing that. he felt helpless and hopeless, and ifeltjust overwhelming sense of guilt. for the baby inside me because i was not giving her any nutrition...
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apologies, we are breaking out of that film to hear harriet harman in the commons with an urgent question. abuse of position for sexual purpose by a police officer is abhorrent. we train and trust the victims from a position of power. the government is working closely with other policing stakeholders as part of a new national working group to implement the right strategies policies and products to help forces tackle those officers abusing their vision for sexual purposes. if fabric last year the government strengthen the powers of the independent police watchdog, the independent police watchdog, the independent police watchdog, the independent police conduct. now all allegations of abuse must by law be referred to the ih pc. for the first time, the home office will be able to collect and publish data on issues of internal sexual misconduct by officers and we aim to publish the first data in the new year. but we are determined to go further. heinous murder of sarah everard but
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a serving police officer shook our country to the core, and i know the thoughts of everyone in this house will remain with sarah�*s family. the public are in urgent need of reassurance, so too are the vast majority of police officers who served with courage and professionalism, and to rely on older colleagues to pull their values. this is where the government is launching a 2—part independent enquiry. first part will examine the recruitment and deployment of zero�*s killer and whether there were opportunities to have intercepted him along the way. i would expect the second part to the catty range of relevant issues from policing culture to whether enough is being done to identify patterns of behaviour. of those individuals who could go on to abuse the policing powers. we will appoint the chair of the enquiry shortly and then agree terms of reference. the home secretary will at that point provide the house with an update. we will also ask that the majesty�*s
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inspectorate undertaking urgent inspection of forces to look at their betting and counter corruption arrangements, as well as focusing on how well forces can identify unacceptable behaviour. we recognise that sexual violence is a broader issue in society we must leave no stone unturned in confronting it. the prime minister will lodge a task force to drive cross government action and help maintain public confidence in policing and on many thousands of outstanding police officers. the police have a unique and vital role in our society and we expect them to meet high standards of behaviour. across government and policing, we must continue working to protect the precious bond of trust between officers and the general public.— trust between officers and the aeneral ublic. . ~' , ., ., ~ general public. thank you. i thank the minister _ general public. thank you. i thank the minister for _ general public. thank you. i thank the minister for his _ general public. thank you. i thank the minister for his statement - general public. thank you. i thankj the minister for his statement and they work he and his colleagues are doing on this. wayne couzens used his metropolitan police warrant card, his police handcuffs and police powers to kidnap and kill
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sarah everard. and since the full horror of this was made public at the sentencing hearing, there has been an outpouring about the failure of the police to deal with misogyny and sexism within the force. women need to be able to trust the police, not fear them. that means we need to be certain that allegations of sexism and misogyny result in immediate suspension, notjust removalfrom the front immediate suspension, notjust removal from the front line, immediate suspension from the police. the findings of sexual misconduct lead to instant dismissal, that vetting and training is sorted urgently. if you�*re in a whatsapp group that deals in sexual violence and misogyny, you shouldn�*t be in the police. the official inquiries that the minister has mentioned, which are under way, are welcome, but even before those enquiries report, these basic issues should be tackled now. we need firm leadership from the police, from the top of the police, and recognition
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that big change is needed and a determination not to stand on the way of that change, but to make it happen. and i know the home secretary agrees with us on that. i don�*t believe that will happen under the current metropolitan commissioner who should, i believe, step down, so this vital change can happen and happen now. {lit step down, so this vital change can happen and happen now. of course we all aaree happen and happen now. of course we all agree with — happen and happen now. of course we all agree with the _ happen and happen now. of course we all agree with the sentiments - all agree with the sentiments expressed by the right honourable member. this kind of behaviour has no place in british policing and she is right that we need to pay constant attention to the processes and products that policing have, to root out this behaviour and deal with it once and for all. she will know that the office of constable is a sacred and special one within our society and submit within our legal system. we must do all it can to protect its integrity, but at the same time, recognise that even constables are owed due process, and
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the way complaints are made, the system around those complaints, and detecting abhorrent behaviour, whether that is detected, that we have a robust system that enables us to examine the behaviour, give a fair hearing and deal with those officers accordingly. she will know there has been significant work in this area over the last few years following a report by the inspectorate back in 2019 that looked at the specific issue. the national policing council has set up a working group in which the home office participate to try and strengthen these routes. the inspectorate�*s reported then that extra progress has been made, but there is still much more to do, not least in the detection and internal reporting of these matters. i am hopeful the enquiry when it completes will give us the tools we need and the work for processes to pursue to make sure the net is ever tighter in maintaining the integrity of british policing.
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studio: that was kit malthouse, the minister of state for crime and policing at the home office, responding to an urgent question from harriet harman on the labour benches. harriet harman was saying not enough has been done by the met police and the police and general across the country to deal with allegations of sexual misconduct. harriet harman again calling for, as labour have been doing, of late, calling for dame cressida dick, head of the metropolitan police to stand down, but kit malthouse in the government has done all it can to improve the situation and make sure police forces have better vetting procedures in place when it comes to recruitment. that is just happened. we have also got some breaking news that has just come into us and that concerns write to and from morocco in north africa. morocco says it will suspend flights to the uk on the national carrier royal air maroc.
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to the uk on the national carrier royalair maroc. it to the uk on the national carrier royal air maroc. it has been tweeting that it will be suspending its flights between the uk, germany and the netherlands from midnight tonight. the twitter thread goes on tonight. the twitter thread goes on to say that by decision of the authorities and due to the evolution of the pandemic, so it is covid related, flights to and from germany, the netherlands and uk will suspended today from midnight. reimbursement of tickets, in case you are hoping to fly off to morocco or fly you are hoping to fly off to morocco orfly back, you are hoping to fly off to morocco or fly back, tickets will be in the form of a credit note valid for 12 months. that news coming into us that the national carrier for morocco here at royal maroc says it is suspending flights to and from the uk, germany and the netherlands. any more on that, we will bring it to you when we get it. let�*s take a look now at some of the stories making the headlines across the uk.
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a devastating report into the aneurin bevan university health board has found that some trainee doctors and consultants are afraid to come into work because of understaffing and excessive workloads. the royal college of physicians found there are very serious patient safety concerns at the grange hospital in cwmbran which only opened last year. but there are also worries about services in other hospitals. jenny rees reports. the doors open to wales�*s newest hospital in november. the grange in cwmbran was designed to centralise specialised services and critical care. but a report claims there are no chronic staffing shortages and excessive workloads there. and the ripple effect of changes has been felt more widely. staff say seriously ill patients are still turning up at minor injuries units
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and too many vulnerable patients are repeatedly being moved between hospitals. repeatedly being moved between hositals. . ., , repeatedly being moved between hositals. . . , ., , , hospitals. fundamentally our biggest issue here is — hospitals. fundamentally our biggest issue here is patient _ safety, our consultants and clinicians need to provide high quality safe patient care. and when thatis quality safe patient care. and when that is compromised, they have an obligation to speak up. not only that, they also feel quite psychologically damaged, if they actually feel they are in a position when they are not providing safe care. . , care. one trainee said they were ri . ht care. one trainee said they were right about _ care. one trainee said they were right about the _ care. one trainee said they were right about the safety _ care. one trainee said they were right about the safety of - care. one trainee said they were right about the safety of the - right about the safety of the patients coming into this hospital. another is that many were afraid of losing their medical license. at some point they said, something bad is going to happen. it will not have anything to do with your abilities as a doctor. it is your bad luck if you are on that shift.— as a doctor. it is your bad luck if you are on that shift. patients that are auoin you are on that shift. patients that are going to _ you are on that shift. patients that are going to the — you are on that shift. patients that are going to the grange, _ you are on that shift. patients that are going to the grange, if- you are on that shift. patients that are going to the grange, if they i you are on that shift. patients that| are going to the grange, if they are being dealt with for a single system
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problem had actually got excellent care because they are concentrating the super specialist doctors there for particular things like heart and lungs, abdominal problems. when we start to run into problems is where people have multiple issues with different parts of their health. the health board say they have acted immediately and interview suspect today to a .21 additional immediately and interview suspect today to a .21additionaljunior doctors. today to a .21 additional “unior doctors. . , today to a .21 additional “unior doctors. ., , , , doctors. the really good news is that despite _ doctors. the really good news is that despite some _ doctors. the really good news is that despite some really - doctors. the really good news is that despite some really very i that despite some really very frightening situations occurring in some of our at local hospitals, the outcomes have been as good as they would have been had they had those patients presented elsewhere in the system. but it has occurred at a significant cost emotionally to the staff involved. so, the bit of work we have been doing most actively is trying to ensure we have the right sort of stuff available on the sites, so that those doctors who are not trained to cope in those situations don�*t have too anymore. they have bought insist the model can work. 15 years of planning were impacted by a global pandemic. —— the health board. they say it simply
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needs more time to bed in. northern ireland�*s utility regulator has issued a stark warning to householders here that gas bills could rise by another 50% in december. john french says �*unprecedented�* increases in international wholesale prices are to blame. clodagh rice has more. heating your home has already got more expensive this year, now the regulator is warning there are more price rises ahead. global pressures mean gas prices could go up by up to 50% before christmas and electricity prices could rise by about 20% in january. prices could rise by about 2096 in janua . , . , prices could rise by about 2096 in janua . , ., , , january. this has never been experienced _ january. this has never been experienced before. - january. this has never been experienced before. gas - january. this has never been i experienced before. gas prices january. this has never been - experienced before. gas prices were about 40p back in march, the increase to a reckitt price were frightened about in august of 120. —— record price. last night the market closed at £2 60. the price has nearly doubled since august time. , . ., ., ., ., time. the price of home heating oil and etrol
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time. the price of home heating oil and petrol is _ time. the price of home heating oil and petrol is also _ time. the price of home heating oil and petrol is also on _ time. the price of home heating oil and petrol is also on the _ time. the price of home heating oil and petrol is also on the rise - time. the price of home heating oil and petrol is also on the rise which | and petrol is also on the rise which will add to the financial burden facing families. bills could cost as much as £1000 more this year than last. ., . . ., much as £1000 more this year than last. ., ., .., ., ~ last. you are commuting from antrim town on a daily _ last. you are commuting from antrim town on a daily basis _ last. you are commuting from antrim town on a daily basis into _ last. you are commuting from antrim town on a daily basis into belfast - town on a daily basis into belfast and you have a gas boiler, you are probably looking at your bills going up, including electricity, by about £800 or more a year. if you�*re unfortunate enough to still be on home heating oil and travelling from further away like banbridge, your household bills could be going up to well over £1200 a year. {lit household bills could be going up to well over £1200 a year. of thousands of families here _ well over £1200 a year. of thousands of families here already _ well over £1200 a year. of thousands of families here already live - well over £1200 a year. of thousands of families here already live in - well over £1200 a year. of thousands of families here already live in if - of families here already live in if poverty. one group says the government need to intervene. we reall government need to intervene. - really do need an urgent intervention from government. we are culling the government for a task force to look and see how we can mitigate some of these issues. fuel poverty is already a massive issue in northern ireland and this will really deepen and broaden your poverty. really deepen and broaden your ove . ~ , really deepen and broaden your ove _ . , ., ., , really deepen and broaden your ove .~ ., poverty. winter is already an exoensive — poverty. winter is already an expensive time _ poverty. winter is already an expensive time of _ poverty. winter is already an expensive time of year - poverty. winter is already an expensive time of year and l poverty. winter is already an i expensive time of year and this poverty. winter is already an - expensive time of year and this year looks set to be even worse.
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a bit ofa a bit of a heads up for you of an event taking place a little bit later on today. full coverage on the news channel. the health secretary is going to be holding a press conference at around five o�*clock this afternoon that is going to be looking at booster vaccinations and the procurement of antiviral drugs. he will bejoined the procurement of antiviral drugs. he will be joined by doctorjenny harries, chief executive of the uk health security agency and professor stephen palace, national medical directorfor nhs england. lots of journalists are going to be there and there are going to be questions about whether or not a so—called plan b is going to be implemented, given the fact that their actions, hospitalisations and deaths arising as a result of covid. stay with us for that. the queen of cakes mary berry says she�*s proud and honoured to be made a dame commanderfor a lifetime
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of cooking, writing and baking. she was awarded the honour by the prince of wales during a ceremony at windsor castle earlier. the former bake offjudge has published more than 50 books during a career spanning more than five decades. dame mary — to give her official title — has also been recognised for her charity work. now it�*s time for a look at the weather with darren bett. hello, today has been a mixture of sunshine and heavy downpours. it has not been as mild as it was yesterday and threw the rest of the week, it is going to be feeling colder. yesterday with the winds from the south, all the way from the tropics, we saw temperatures of 21 in the south—east. we have cut off that supply of warmer air and tomorrow the winds will be around for the north, bringing colderair our the winds will be around for the north, bringing colder air our way. these are the temperatures late afternoon and early evening. still quite mild, some showers around. got this main heading into scotland, that will move southwards overnight. wet and windy weather developing
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with this storm moving its way through the english channel. gusts of over 60 mph in the channel islands. the winds pick up as the showers move down into northern parts of the uk. a lot going on over night. temperatures will be lowered than the past few nights. especially in that colder air in the north. we have got rain to clear away in the south and south—east early on thursday that it is sunshine and showers. the bulk of the showers in the north and west, pushing through the north and west, pushing through the irish sea, over the tops of the high ground in scotland, there could be some wintry nests. deals around us north sea coasts combined with some spring tides and these are the temperatures, eight or nine degrees. could make 15 towards south wales where it is not going to be quite as windy, but elsewhere it will feel cold in the winter. that cold air in place on friday, high pressure pushing into western areas. that will mean more cloud for the western side of the uk, some showers to
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begin with, less into the afternoon. ahead of that for many eastern areas, it is likely to be dried with sunshine at times. it will not be as windy orfeel as sunshine at times. it will not be as windy or feel as called on friday, those temperatures are around 11 — 14 celsius. but high pressure moves across, it will be a colder night on friday night and then we have got this approaching weather system coming in from the atlantic. many places will be dry on saturday, some sunshine at times. always best in eastern areas. we have rain until later in the day for northern ireland, on the western fringes of the uk. more of a southerly breeze so temperatures will be more widely at 14 or 15 celsius.
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this is bbc news i�*m ben thompson. the headlines: health leaders call for the return of some covid preventative measures in england to help the nhs cope with rising infection rates — but the government says it has no plans to do so. we will reach a situation where public health is under threat. we look at this on an hourly basis. we don't _ look at this on an hourly basis. we don't feel— look at this on an hourly basis. we don't feel it — look at this on an hourly basis. we don't feel it is the time for plan b right— don't feel it is the time for plan b right now — the uk�*s cost of living rises by more than 3% for the second month in a row. brazil�*s parliament publishes a damning report on the president�*s handling of the coronavirus pandemic
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— he could face criminal charges,

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