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A furious Donald Trump denies claims Russian intelligence has

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In his first press conference since becoming president

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elect he said the claims are entirely fake.

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It was a group of opponents that got together.

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Sick people, they put that crap together.

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A leaked report alleges Mr Trump was filmed in a compromising

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situation in a Russian hotel and his campaign team had secret

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Mr Trump tried to talk at his press conference about his future

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He said he will be the greatest jobs producer God ever created.

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Mounting pressure on the NHS - the head of hospital trusts

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in England says we can't keep pretending the NHS

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After the death of seven-year-old Katie Rough, a 15-year-old girl has

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appeared in court charged with her murder.

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Gale force winds close the Forth bridge and cause damage

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across Scotland and northern England.

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You took on a roll you did not get us to do with grace and wit and

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And President Obama bows out in his final speech

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with an emotional tribute to his wife.

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And coming up in Sportsday: England's greatest goal-scorer

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and Arsenal ladies striker Kelly Smith has retired.

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She says her body has told her it's time to stop.

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Good evening and welcome to the BBC news at six.

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Donald Trump has condemned as nonsense allegations that

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Russian intelligence has compromising material about him.

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The claims published on the internet last night,

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and which are so far unverifiable, say his election campaign

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communicated secretly with Moscow and also contain suggestions

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of unusual sexual practices by Mr Trump.

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The President elect said US intelligence agencies could be

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responsible for leaking allegations and try to concentrate instead on

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his priorities in office including dealing with so-called Islamic

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State. Donald Trump is nine days away from

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inauguration, but his path to the White House is tangled in

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controversy. What might well the Kremlin and President Putin have

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played to help Donald Trump undermine Hillary Clinton and to

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gather compromising material to gather against Donald Trump whilst

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he is in power. My friend and the President elect of the United States

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of America, Donald Trump. This afternoon, Donald Trump was blunt.

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The allegations against him are totally untrue, designed to

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undermine him. It is all fake news, it is phoney stuff, it did not

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happen and it was gotten by opponents of hours, as you know,

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because you reported it and so did many of the other people. It was a

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group of opponents that got together, sick people, and they put

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that rubbish together. So what could Moscow's row have been? In shadow we

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were both to promote Donald Trump and also gain a hold over him? Here

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he is visiting the Russian capital in 2013 for the Miss universe

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pageant, then co-owned by him. The most Lou Reed claim is he used the

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same hotel suite which President Obama had stayed in for unusual at

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involving sex workers, all of it allegedly recorded by Russian spy

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cameras and microphones. I was in Russia years ago with the Miss

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universe contest which did very well in the Moscow area. And I told many

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people, be careful, because you do not want to see yourself on

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television, cameras all over the place. And again not just all over,

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does anyone really believe that story? I am also very much somebody

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who has a phobia about germs. The source of the claims is said to be

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an ex-MI6 officer who was once based in Moscow. Today President Putin's

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spokesman said the allegations were pulp fiction, a clear attempt to

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damage relations. Donald Trump says he is in no way compromised by

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Vladimir Putin's preference for him as president. If Putin likes Donald

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Trump I consider that an asset, not a liability. Russia can help us

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fight ices, which is number one tricky. I do not know I can get

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along by the mere Putin. I hope I do, but there is a good chance I

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will not. If I do not, do you honestly believe that Hillary

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Clinton would be tougher on Vladimir Putin than me? Give me a break. The

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press conference got most heated when CNN, one news organisation that

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has covered the allegations extensively, try to put a question.

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Not you! Not you, your organisation is terrible. Give us a question. I

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am not going to give you a question. You are fake news. These papers are

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just... Donald Trump also used the occasion to display some of the

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legal documents turning his business is over to his family. It is his

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response to accusations of future conflicts of interest. But the

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controversy surrounding Donald Trump and Russia are not going away. Those

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who voted for him and those who rejected him know his presidency

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will be a stormy one. Our North America correspondent

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Paul Wood is in Washington. Paul, this dossier of allegations

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against Mr Trump and his campaign staff, you've been following this

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story for some months, how long have these allegations been

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known about and what are we to make This is a series of reports, the

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first one was written in June, the last one in October. They were

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commissioned by an opposition research company funded by

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Democratic party donors, but written by a British former MI6 agent and he

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spoke to members of the Russian security service, the FSB, paying

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them for information and several of those officers told him there was a

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black male tape. I understand the CIA believe it is credible and takes

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it seriously. That is not the same as them endorsing it was saying it

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is accurate, but I pass a message to the intermediary dealing with this

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file and the message came back there was more than one take, there was

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audio and video and on more than one day and in more than one place, not

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just the Ritz-Carlton in Moscow, but in Saint Petersburg as well. It is

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not just the MI6 officer who is the source for this. I was told by a

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retired spy back in August that the head of an East European

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intelligence agency had told him also of the existence of a blackmail

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tape on the Republican presidential candidate. Having said all that,

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these are allegations and nobody has seen the tape and Donald Trump is

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correct when he has said so far this is not substantiated.

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With me is our North America editor Jon Sopel.

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Mr Trump's first press conference since winning the election,

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I think we have got used to the bizarre standards by which we accept

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communications from Donald Trump and this one was way beyond anything we

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have ever seen because of these allegations about his business

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activities and his personal conduct that we heard Paul Wood talking

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about. It is worth underlining, is this fake news or not? We are

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reporting this because the intelligence agencies thought it was

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serious enough to bring it to the attention of the President elect and

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the president himself. I thought what was a remarkable scene in that

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news conference was the extent of his distrust, not towards the press,

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you would expect that, but towards the US intelligence services, the

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CIA and the FI I -- FBI, whose job it is to keep America safe. It

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seemed he was more sympathetic to what Vladimir Putin was saying than

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his own intelligence services. That could be a source of great tension

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going forward. The other thing was that Donald Trump has sought to put

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his business interests into a blind trust, but he will still retain

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ownership of those businesses and ethics lawyers will want to take a

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look at that. Donald Trump has been brilliant on social media at biting,

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The mounting pressure on the NHS has been underlined by the head of NHS

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hospital trusts in England who's told MPs it's time to stop

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pretending the NHS can afford to do everything with the money it's

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and that if the current situation continues,

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His was one of a number of stark warnings today about the strain

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on the health service today, as our Health Editor

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If there is one story that sums up the current state of the NHS, it is

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Pat's. She could not get a doctor's visit and fearing she had pneumonia

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had to go to her local A, but then she had to wait 19 hours for a bed.

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When I was actually in the hospital, through tiredness of being there, as

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long as we were... Pat has this message for politicians. There are

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loads of hospitals in the same position. Go and see them and say,

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we will sit down and see what we can do to make it better. The local

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hospital trust said on the day in question the pressure was higher

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than usual, but safety was monitored closely. Some hospitals are managing

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better than others. In Exeter senior consultants are at the front door of

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A, ensuring only the sickest patients are admitted. They send

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some home, keeping beds free for others. There is a risk they will

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deteriorate when they are admitted, they will lose muscle power and we

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do more and more investigations. There is no doubt of the huge strain

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on the NHS. Figures leaked to the BBC show a big increase last week in

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the number of patients in England waiting 12 hours or more on trolleys

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because beds were not available. Several hospitals fell far short of

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targets for waiting times and medical professional leaders are

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warning lives are at risk. Our members have said to me this is the

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worst they have ever seen. There are patients all over the hospital, we

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do not know where to put them and they do not feel they can provide

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the standard of care they have been trained to do. The main

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representative of England's hospitals had a stark warning for

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MPs. The biggest concern is if we carry on on the current trajectory,

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what we begin to bring into question is the entire sustainability of the

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NHS model. The NHS is always very busy in the New Year. This time even

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more so than usual. The question is, we'll all the pressure is off any

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time soon? A burst of cold weather or an upsurge in flu cases could add

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to the high levels of pressure being experienced right now.

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Adding to the pressure on the Prime Minister, dozens of health and

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social care experts have called on the Prime Minister to find a

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long-term solution for the millions of older people who are being badly

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let down. The Labour leader accused Theresa May of being in denial over

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a crisis in the NHS. The health service needs help and

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needs it now. Overworked, understaffed, despite extra doctors

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and nurses, resources are always stretched. Is this a winter crisis

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as bad as any we have seen? Today the blame, claim and counterclaim

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reached a new pitch. Prime Minister, will you put more money into the

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NHS? Theresa May came wrapped up and ready for a row, ready to savage the

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British Red Cross for saying the NHS faced a humanitarian crisis. To use

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that description of the National Health Service which last year saw

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2.5 million more people treated in accident and emergency than six

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years ago was irresponsible and overblown. And critics seized on

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this as complacency. I accept there have been a small number of

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incidents... Were unacceptable practices have taken place. The

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Labour leader, fairly or not, had an obvious target today and he hit it

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hard. Earlier this week the Prime Minister said she wanted to create a

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shared society. We have got that, more people are sharing hospital

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corridors on trolleys, more people are sharing waiting areas in A

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departments, Mayor more and more people sharing in anxiety created by

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this government. Our NHS is in crisis, but the Prime Minister is in

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denial. Doctors, nurses, charities and patients in A queued up to

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ward off a crisis. In the here and now there are very real pressures.

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Over the next three years funding will be highly constrained and in

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2018, 19, real terms on NHS spending per person in England will go down.

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Here was a tabloid headline about the NHS falling behind in Europe and

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a reminder to Theresa May, these were problems tougher than those she

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was used to. It is quite different than the criminal justice system.

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Winter health crises are as predictable as winter, but there is

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a warning crisis and there is never enough cash and changing the way

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treatments are delivered is a long-term project and it is

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uncomfortable for a project being delivered day after day on a server

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is closest to people's pass. Responsibility and blame for the NHS

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rests squarely on Theresa May and her ministers.

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A 15-year-old girl has appeared in court charged with the murder

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Katie Rough was found critically injured near a playing field

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in the Woodthorpe area on Monday afternoon.

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Our correspondent Danny Savage reports from York.

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Some of Katie Rough's family left court in tears this morning

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after listening to a brief outline of the case against the 15-year-old

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The teenager, who cannot be named publicly because of her young age,

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said nothing during the brief hearing here at York

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The two charges are that on Monday she murdered Katie Rough and that

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on the same day she had with her in a public place

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Katie's headteacher said she was a kind and thoughtful child,

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Many more people have been to leave flowers

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and messages where she was found with fatal injuries.

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People are just shocked that a seven-year-old

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My daughters were friends with Katie and, you know,

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How difficult is it to talk with your own children

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about what has happened when they are so young?

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Very hard, yes, it's a very hard thing to deal with at the moment.

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The teenager accused of murdering this little girl will appear before

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Donald Trump has hit back at allegations of Russian intelligence

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compromising information -- has compromising information about him.

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Still to come... Should you be able to

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binge watch Sherlock? And coming up in Sportsday: After

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six years, Sam Warburton is set to hand over the captaincy to

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concentrate on keeping his place in the Wales side with the Six

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Nations championship. After eight years in the Whitehouse,

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President Obama has given In it, he looked back

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on his achievements in office, warned of present and future threats

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to US democracy - and paid emotional Our North America correspondent

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Nick Bryant was watching. He is one of the most gifted

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speakers ever to occupy the White The poet laureate

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of his own presidency. And his farewell words were uttered

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in his adopted city of Chicago, where he worked

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as a community organiser, where he celebrated becoming

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commander-in-chief. He came here to define

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and defend his legacy. If I told you eight years

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ago that America would Shut down Iran's nuclear weapons

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programme without firing a shot... Take out the mastermind

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of 9/11, you might have said that our sights

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were There were no direct attacks

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on Donald Trump, but much of the speech read like a rebuttal

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to the billionaire's campaign to the Democracy can buckle

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when it gets into fear. That is why I rejected

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discrimination against Muslim ..Who are just

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as patriotic as we are. Seldom has there been such

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a photogenic presidency. It has had the look

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of a black Camelot, and the thank you to his wife Michelle

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left him struggling to contain his You took on a role that

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you did not ask for. And you made it your own -

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with grace, and with grit The great wordsmith

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rendered speechless, words which brought such hope that

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created such expectation. It was a presidency

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which began with a mountaintop experience of becoming the first

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black man to live in a White House But it ended in the valley,

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with the knowledge that Donald Trump will try to strangle his signature

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achievements, and tried to demolish I just hope that President-elect

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Trump will take on some of his pointers

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and carry the torch But I know that will take some work,

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so we will wait on it. Barack Obama is a leader

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who will have the word "era" attached to his name,

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but some will see it as a great failing of his presidency -

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that the name "Trump" The FTSE 100 has continued

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its record-breaking winning streak, closing at an all-time high

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for the tenth day in a row. And the head of the Bank of England,

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Mark Carney, says Brexit no longer poses the single biggest risk

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to financial stability. The BBC iPlayer will be reinvented

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in a bid to be the top online TV service in the UK by 2020,

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that's the pledge by Tony Hall says he wants the BBC

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to "reinvent public broadcasting The plans will see the BBC

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competing with services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime -

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as our media editor It was the BBC drama Sherlock

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that was the ratings winner over But millions of us are now

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watching these shows online. For the BBC, that means

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using its iPlayer service. In a speech to BBC staff

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in Birmingham today, the director-general Tony Hall said

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he wanted to double It's been the number one video

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on demand service in the UK, Now we need to make it,

:21:29.:21:33.

we need to make the leap from a catch-up service to a must

:21:34.:21:39.

visit destination in its own right. But there's another reason why

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the BBC wants, and needs, to adapt. The Crown on Netflix shows how

:21:43.:21:54.

new digital competitors invest Amazon are also spending

:21:55.:21:56.

big, using former BBC Looking good is more important

:21:57.:22:13.

than looking where you're going. New technology is rapidly changing

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the way we watch television. A younger generation do not

:22:21.:22:24.

want a fixed schedule And that means watching

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what we want, when we want. Gogglebox has been a huge

:22:27.:22:34.

hit for Channel 4. Many television executives say it

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would be wrong to write off traditional television

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channels just yet. 95% of all the hours viewed

:22:48.:22:52.

of television in the country And so what we as public service

:22:53.:22:54.

broadcasters must pay attention to is the balance between reaching

:22:55.:23:00.

audiences in new ways, but making shows big and famous

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by using the strength of our linear Planet Earth II was watched

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by millions on TV, but hundreds of millions on social media,

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via clips like this one. Only by adapting to these platforms

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will broadcasters survive and thrive The Forth Road Bridge is closed

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after a lorry was blown over and thousands of homes in northern

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England lost power as gale force Met Office yellow weather warnings

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are in place for wind and snow across much of Scotland,

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Northern Ireland and Our Scotland correspondent

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Lorna Gordon is at the Forth The Forth Road Bridge at this time

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of evening would normally be packed with commuters, but look. It is

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totally empty and commuters are instead facing a miserable 40-50

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mile slog of a detoured to get home. At the hope is the bridge will

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reopen at 6am because welders in the middle of the bridge are working

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overnight on repairs. In the darkness of the early hours,

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and overturned lorry, blown off balance and blocking a key brutal

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inking Edinburgh to the North. -- key route. Tens of thousands of

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vehicles crossed the bridge every day but not now. Extensive damage

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has been done to the middle of the bridge over 40 metres, conditions

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were very blustery at that time and the bridge was closed to high sided

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vehicles from half past midnight but at the time of passage, gusts were

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recorded at 74 miles power. The closure led to chaos for drivers,

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with long detours and delays. On the ropes, there has not been a lot of

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movement and frustration because people are late for work -- on the

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ropes. People are taking risks and cutting one another up. High winds

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caused damage elsewhere, this house in County Durham collapsed, cars

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beneath were destroyed but nobody was injured. This section of a

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shopping centre blew off in Newcastle, leaving debris strewn

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across the road. Tonight, the winds eased a little and on the Forth Road

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Bridge, the lorry was cleared. Engineers are assessing the damage

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it caused. With this arctic blast bringing snow, difficult conditions

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for drivers across the country could be on the way... Lorna Gordon, BBC

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News, the Forth Road Bridge. There is a lot going on, there are

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numerous Met Office weather warnings in force over the next few days,

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watch the forecast. Gales in Scotland and Northern

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Ireland tonight with frequent snow showers, coming in from that breeze.

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A cold night with icy patches in the northern half of the UK. Tomorrow,

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strong winds and snow, further travel disruption is likely. Snow

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tomorrow, it will not only be in the colder air but mild air pushes into

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words the South. Where those two masses meet, we could see wintry

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weather, an awkward forecast for tomorrow. Mild air comes in with

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cloud and rain. The rain pushes into colder air further north which will

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turn things into snow in Wales, and the south-west of England. Then we

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could see snow in parts of the Midlands, East Anglia and the

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south-east. Some settling at lower levels. Frequent snow showers in

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Central and western Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern

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England as well. It will feel cold in the north of the UK. 2 degrees,

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but it will feel like -2 minus three degrees. Further snow in East Anglia

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and the cell -- south-east. This blue tinge is a

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widespread frost, so by Dawn on Friday, we are looking at frost and

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ice as an additional hazard. Slippery starts on Friday, and a

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very strong wind as well which will generate large waves along the North

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Sea coast, but inland, there should be some sunshine, that will not

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change the temperatures. In Cardiff and London it will fuel freeze on

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and subzero further north. That's all from the BBC News at Six,

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so it's goodbye from me

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