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-Hello, hello, hello, hello.
Sell these things, sell.
Did you really just say that?
Welcome to Inside The Story!
I'm Dale Maily,
fearless hetero journalist who's not afraid to be unafraid.
I deliver fair, impartial news as it happens,
wherever it happens,
telling you the right way to think.
YouTube used to be a place where you could go and watch cats doing the
funniest things and people falling over,
but now a bunch of acne-ridden losers are filming themselves
talking about their feelings.
This emotional porn is a stain on the sheets of our nation.
So, I've come down to a YouTube convention
where camera phone perverts come and pat themselves on the back
for pretending to be on TV.
It beggars belief.
Can I just ask you, what exactly is this event today about?
Kids in their bedrooms who have more money than sense.
Isn't this dangerous, quite dangerous for everyone just
to be out there sort of discussing how they feel?
What their feelings are? It's not very English, is it?
It's not very English, no.
It is a danger, but, thankfully, they're all doing it within a
confined space, not in the wider world.
-YouTube is becoming a very popular...
-Is it? With who?
-With nerds, with nerds and geeks.
-No, not particularly.
Just bi-curious losers, is that what you're saying?
-Millennials, is that it?
'Well, I arranged to meet one of these millennials called
'Hannah Witton, a so-called Internet vlogger.
'Whatever that means.'
So, what exactly do you talk about in your vlogs?
I do a lot of stuff about sex education.
I talk about sex and relationships.
-You get paid to do that?
-So, you are like an online prostitute?
Well, what's wrong with just kind of getting a copy of the Telegraph
and sitting down and having a cup of tea?
I don't think any of us really know.
I did see one of your videos and in that video, you said there's
-no such thing as a slut.
Well, I'm here to tell you there definitely is.
-Some people buy Lamborghinis, houses...
Retiring at the age of 20.
Some people on YouTube get more views than TV shows.
How do you become successful?
Um, just like... It's a lot of hard work and some good luck and...
Do you want to learn how to be a vlogger?
Are these all lesbian books?
We want the persecution in China to stop,
human rights to start being respected,
just like anywhere else in the world.
There's millions...being killed,
arrest, and they are put in the death camps.
And they've been stealing their organs to sell.
Lona, now living in England,
is a member of the Falun Gong religious movement.
Both of them in London to release evidence that imprisoned
members of the sect are being killed,
so their organs can be harvested for transplant patients.
It is important that you understand that the global community is
appalled by the practices which the Chinese have adhered to in the past.
Got some livers and other organs harvested from the local prison,
which I need to deliver to the Chinese Embassy and they like
'em fresh, so I'd better crack on.
How's it going? Thank you.
How's it going? From Liveroo. We've got the delivery.
Hi, we are from Liveroo, we've got the organs and stuff
from Wandsworth Prison that we need to deliver.
-It's a diplomatic bag, it's a medical bag.
Yeah. I've got the heart of a fraudster.
You could say it's quite heartless, but he literally is.
-What is this?
These are all livers from the environmental activists that
we've harvested, which, obviously, are in quite good nick.
-I mean, they're no...
-For the ambassador?
-They're no British
monks, but you're running out of them anyway, aren't you?
I mean, you can get the scalpel, open him up,
whip out the liver and the liver is Falun Gong, yeah?
-I think you'd better go.
-OK, thanks a lot. OK, thanks.
The Labour Party is in the midst of a civil war.
With Jeremy Corbyn having won his second leadership election by
a landslide, many believe that Labour is too left-wing to be
elected into government.
In this series, we follow two Labour Party members
on opposing sides of the argument.
Robin, a dyed-in-the-wool socialist and canvasser,
and Penny, a Labour Party advisor and self-confessed Blairite.
Both are convinced that their version of Labour is the future.
In the last general election, Labour suffered one of its worst
results in recent memory, losing 48 MPs.
The Conservative Party candidate - 18,776.
Many of these were lost
in traditional Labour Party voting constituencies.
Today, Robin and Penny have come to Harrow East, in northwest London,
a working-class area, the like of which the party need
to win over up and down the country.
I think Corbyn's about... He's like a 1960s hippie.
He's a good man. He's trying to be there for you.
Is that going to run a country?
Hello there. My name is Penny, I'm from the Labour Party.
I was just wondering if I'd be counting on your vote
in the next election.
Deprived areas like this one,
deprived people like you should normally vote Labour.
Yes, absolutely. It's the workers' party.
He's trying to work for people like you and people like me.
The only people who vote Labour are foreigners
-and people who are unemployed.
-Come on, mate.
-That's the only people.
-Not all. That's not true.
Local football team Wealdstone FC are playing down the road.
Don't do any handballs!
Hey, come on, mate! That was on the edge of the box, son.
Both Robin and Penny have been dispatched to seize the opportunity
to try and reach out to potential Labour voters.
It's not going to get violent or anything later, is it?
-I wouldn't have thought.
-Good, of course not. Of course, why...
-why would it?
-I'm from the Labour Party, you see.
You might be in trouble, but.
-Yeah, he might be.
-I'm just a working man like the rest of you.
You know, down here to enjoy a nice game of soccer. Yeah.
Look, I mean, what a revolutionary act would be, would be,
you know, the 11 men on that side and the 11 men on that side putting
their balls down and playing as one team, wouldn't it?
I mean, it's like that, mate.
Would he propose to get us to take this...
-HE SPEAKS INDISTINCTLY
-I can't really understand a word...
It very difficult for me to understand.
Sorry, I'm from Islington, you see?
-Are you serious?
-Most Labour people are.
Did you really just say that?
Well, no, I am from Islington North.
-Yeah, but most Labour people are.
No, I never vote.
Mate, I never voted at all till I voted for Jeremy Corbyn.
That's the first vote I ever bloody did.
Apart from him, they're all absolute slugs, aren't they?
-They are all lying scumbags.
-All of them?
And then what happens now? People sort of have a few beers
and eat some chips and...?
Bugger off. Cheers.
Everyone's slightly angry now. What's going on?
You nearly got voted in. That's what happened.
Right, I'm going to get a pie. Do you think they have any gluten-free ones?
-Yeah, they'll have some.
-OK. Thank you very much.
-It's just down there.
Oh, lovely. Thank you.
Hey, I'm Duckface and I'm an Insta celebrity and I'm all about
raising awareness about totes important issues using social media.
Let's change the planet one hash tag at a time, babes.
Hey, guys. It's your wonderful Duckface here again.
I've been hearing about this terrible thing called, like,
mass shootings in America. And not good shootings like, hey.
Bad shootings, like pow-pow, bang-bang.
Then I thought I can end the violence with a cool social
action, so I'm launching Guns Against Guns.
Let's go meet some cute guys, babes.
-Have you heard about Guns Against Guns?
-Of course I have.
-You know about all, like, the gun violence that's been happening in America?
Just take it off. HE GRUNTS
Oh, my God. What we're going to do, babes, is start a hash tag, babes.
Banning guns, it's probably a good start, isn't it?
Less access to guns, you know. Let's...
Stop using guns.
-Do it again, just a bit sexier.
-Ban guns, much sexier.
Guns Against Guns.
-Guns Against Guns.
-Oh, my God. BOTH:
-Guns Against Guns.
-I'm going to say no, but lovely to meet you.
-Cos I've got to go. I said I had two minutes.
-Guns Against Guns.
How's it going to end?
I know how it's going to end, probably really violently.
So, I'm pretty sure that's, like, gun crime totally dealt with, babes.
So no-one has to be like...wah!
When they can be like this...
-Looks, it's George.
Oh, come on, George, my son. Tell it like it is.
It's good to be in front of some proper English men for a change.
Who can forget June 23rd 2016?
The day we got out our NHS back from all them Albanians,
immigrant bastards coming here to scrounge.
Two world wars, one World Cup and one referendum!
My nan had to wait nine months for her hip replacement
and it don't take a genius to figure out who's the cunt.
Clue, not my nan.
Having said that...
ain't the young Europeans going to the doctor all the time.
The problem is our ageing population.
What about all them international benefits scroungers
the Daily Mail goes on about?
Well, the fact of the matter is,
they don't really exist.
I mean, not if you look at it.
If the only place you get all your news from is the Mail and the Sun
and Facebook, well, the whole world is going to be a scary place.
I think it was Thomas Jefferson who once said,
if you can only afford one newspaper,
buy the one you disagree with.
I saw a documentary last week about some fucking Albanian immigrants,
-all nine of them, living in a bedsit in Leyton.
Doing three jobs each to send a few quid a week back to Albania.
If you think about it, they're just struggling dads, like you and
me, doing whatever they have to to put some food in their kids' mouths.
-It broke my heart.
And look at the people who did my nan's surgery.
I mean, two nurses - one Dutch, one Spanish.
Surgeon - Greek.
Surgical assistant - Polish, anaesthetist - Pakistani British.
So, a big thank you to all the people down at Sevenoaks Hospital.
You multinational bunch of angels.
Anyway, time for a break.
Help yourself to falafel down the back,
courtesy of Barry's wife Anzef.
We haven't built enough houses, we haven't fixed the rental
market for so long and that means that
so many more people are being drawn into not being able to afford it.
The government says that, unlike Labour,
it is building new affordable homes to replace high-value council
houses it wants to bestow.
Critics say they'll be beyond the reach of those
who already live here.
They called for more affordable and council properties, warning
that the cost of finding a home could soon force the poorest out.
This week on The Entrepreneur,
hoping to become Lord Canderel's intern,
ambitious businessmen Ben and George have been sent to
the Landlord & Letting Show in Leeds.
They have been tasked with selling luxury flats that also meet
social housing quotas.
What we're trying to do is create an amazing development
that has social housing and makes a huge amount of profit.
Well, mainly makes profit.
Their idea is to include social housing pods in the basement
of the luxury apartments and have spent all morning making
a model of what they'd look like.
You've got enough space. You've got power points on the side,
got a nice little shower here.
What we would be doing is hopefully packing about ten of these in.
Just boom, boom, boom, boom, boom.
-And that actually leads to huge profitability.
People say there's not enough room in there to swing a cat,
but, you know, pets aren't allowed on the insurance anyway, so.
Ben and George meet a legal advisor to discuss their project.
I can think of a few planning applications you will probably be breaking straightaway.
-What sort of thing?
Well, there's certain amounts of people you can have living
-in such a small space.
-Right. How small can we go, do you think?
You've got to have a certain amount of living space per person,
-a number of bedrooms to bathroom ratio.
Well, every apartment would have a bath, it wouldn't have a toilet,
but who doesn't piss in the bath, eh, you know?
-We're sort of doubling up.
What our metrics are predicting, as well, is if we create all this
social housing right next to the luxury flats, the sheer proximity
will mean that at least 20% of people will actually bring
themselves out of poverty by becoming cleaners,
actually, for the rich people in the building, which is great.
-That's social mobility.
-That's social mobility in the building, really.
We're meeting our social housing obligations,
so we can get on with the important stuff, like making a profit.
You know, sometimes, you've got to look at, you know, all of the,
you know, different aspects to a development and, obviously,
social housing quotas are there for a reason.
I mean, it's sort of a bit of a moral, outdated reason
that has nothing to do with the bottom line.
Sometimes you have to put people before profit.
-Are you serious?
-Yes, I'm afraid so.
Hello, hello, hello, hello.
-I don't know what that means.
OMG. I am Zam Zmith and welcome
to the BBC BFG OMG WTF.
I am dying. Tell me about this outfit.
Oh, thank you.
It's about a 25-year-old Prada.
Tell me about how incredible it was working on set
with Steven Spielberg.
But seriously, the Calais Jungle.
Seriously the what?
What's the deal with white privilege?
That's a great question. Um...
How should we solve the refugee crisis?
600 homes along the banks of the York river Foss were flooded.
Despite the fact that floodgates and pumps had protected them
from higher river levels in 2000 and kept waters back in 2007,
this year, it failed them.
In 2014, when there was flooding on the Thames, I think part of
it was in David Cameron's constituency.
He came out and said, "Money is no object."
Well, if it's good enough for his neck of the woods,
it's good enough for Yorkshire.
The Ark programme is a large flotation device on which we
will be able to house a certain number of York residents to
keep them above the water during the next floods.
Excuse me, do you live locally?
And were you affected by the floods at all?
-Do own a house just there.
-Interesting. So you're aware of the
-floods that have been taking place.
The Army knocked on the door at one o'clock in the morning to say
please move everything upstairs.
We're just seeing if you would like to apply for the Ark scheme.
Have you heard of the Ark scheme at all?
What is...exactly is this Ark, then?
Well, it's a sort of large flotation device and, you know, people will
get on board if they're eligible for the programme.
Yeah, you see, I think if it was coming, I would stay with my family.
Right, OK, well, potentially, they might be eligible as well.
-Did you vote Conservative in the last election?
-I did, actually.
Oh, excellent. That's brilliant.
If you voted Labour, you wouldn't actually be eligible for the programme.
SHE GIGGLES But, it's a good thing you voted Tory. Very good.
-Are you a competent swimmer?
Right, OK. Well, maybe you don't need... Perhaps, I can sign
you up for the Snorkel & Goggle programme instead. It's a lot cheaper.
Do you know who I'd give these to? It's the list of the names of people
that applied to be on the Ark programme up in Yorkshire
for when the floods come back.
Cos, obviously, no-one has invested in the flood defences,
so these people all want to be on board.
-I don't really know what it is. I work in the industry.
When the floods come back in York, cos no-one's invested
in the flood defences, there's going to be a huge boat
that is going to be built and certain people have applied to be
on it, mostly Conservative voters. And I've just taken all the names.
These are the applicants to be on the Ark. So, the strategy now,
the thinking is we build a huge vessel
and we put two of every profession on
and we sort of float it down the river once the floods come back.
I mean, it worked once, didn't it? THEY CHUCKLE
-Go on, George!
Thank you. It's good to see so many British faces here today.
Now, you know what I'm sick of?
That political fucking correctness.
Makes my fucking brain bleed. APPLAUSE
It's thought control, plain and simple.
Whatever happened to sticks and stones may break my bones,
but words will never hurt me?
-Even kids know that.
-It's just words!
Chairperson this, learning difficulties that.
He's a man, she's a spastic. End of.
Having said that...
I mean, words can pigeonhole people
and then stigmas are created that oppress the weak.
I mean, the term spastic is a medical word to talk about
someone with cerebral palsy.
I mean, why use it to describe someone on the autistic spectrum,
It's easy to lash out, but it's usually
a manifestation of something about ourselves that we're unhappy with.
The answer, people, is compassion.
Compassion. Say it loud and say it proud.
Say it louder. Compassion!
Come on, let it out. The hate in you is making you sick.
I know we're all a bit wound up,
so let's take a break and then Paul is going to talk to us about
the power of vulnerability and the secret to the female orgasm.
The Conservative party has begun a new era
and the Prime Minister, Theresa May, has created
a new cabinet, bringing lesser-known faces to the fore.
In this film, we follow James Twottington-Burbage,
Conservative MP, who after falling out of favour
with the former Prime Minister...
Just wanted to give you this Bullingdon album.
-Oh, thank you very much.
-Would you give me a sign of it?
..now finds himself one of the key players in shaping
Theresa May's Britain.
After the vote to leave the EU, Theresa May and her government
began making plans for Brexit.
Brexit means Brexit and we are going to make a success of it.
With pressure growing to find out what Brexit will actually mean
for the country, James has been sent to Strasbourg to see how MPs
there see Britain's future.
'So I've come down to Strasbourg, Boris and Nigel have gone,'
but it's all right because I'm a very, very good negotiator.
How do you feel about Brexit? Are you OK with it?
Are we going to be OK?
Paul, bloody great to see you, mate.
Going somewhat behind the Prime Minister's back,
James has met with UKIP leader Paul Nuttall.
Bloody well done for getting us out, you know what I mean?
It's taken a bloody long time.
17 million people cannot be wrong, can they?
-So, what's going on in there?
Well, a number of presidents in the European Parliament -
-see, the European Parliament has lots of presidents...
-They're not happy, are they?
-Everyone's a president.
-Aren't they just?
-No, they are not happy at all.
But equally, at the same time, there's a number of British MEPs
-who don't seem to want to accept the result.
I'm afraid it's simply inevitable that there will very bad
surprises during the negotiations.
My opinion is the best solution is to give more power to
future King William.
-You want to give King William power?
The initial reaction was, "Oh, they should not be here at all
-"for the rest of the term."
-Who said that?
-People would say that, you know?
What are they saying when they are angry?
Right, you know, "You Brits have decided what you're going to do.
"Right, we're going to do what we want to do now and it may not
-"be in the interest of Britain."
-What do they want to do?
Well, we'd better find out.
The soft drone of bees amongst the flowers is a familiar summer
sound of the British countryside,
but a sound heard much less frequently.
Our study shows that 62 species of wild bees have declined on
average over the decade during which these pesticides have been applied.
Scientists are becoming worried about our ever-decreasing bee
populations and the possible side effects
it is having on our plant life.
But here in Longstanton, a government minister
has come up with a cunning way of helping to save the
environment and get people back into work.
So, I was at this dinner party and I heard this story about how
heavy usage of dangerous pesticides
were killing the humble bumblebee, so I felt compelled to get involved.
Ban the pesticides.
No, of course not. I'm not going to ban the pesticides.
I'm just going to utilize the unemployed as bees.
And so Bee Useful was born,
the world's first employment training scheme
in which the unemployed are taught how to pollinate flowers.
I caught up with a worker bee called Chrissie, who's been
doing this for two months.
Yeah, I mean, I graduated a few years ago,
but haven't been able to get a job since then, so.
I mean, at least it's...at least it's outside.
We followed the newly employed swarm on one of their rounds.
-Do you know about the Bee programme?
We're just putting the unemployed back to work.
Did see you've got some geraniums
that might need pollinating over there.
Yeah? Go on, now.
Did you get the daisies?
Did you get the daisies? OK.
This is a council programme... Just cos obviously the decline of the bees, there's no bees left.
So, we are just pollinating wild flowers.
-Are you actually looking for a job?
So, we're just putting people to work, doing something...
Yeah, it's about pollination.
It's like flower sex, basically.
They are pollinating the flowers.
-Because there's no bees left?
-Essentially, yeah, yeah.
It's just a summer job for people that have been unemployed for more than three months.
-You're kidding me.
-No, no. This is...
-For fuck's sake!
-Well, there's no...fucking bees left, are there? So.
So, the next time you're on an afternoon stroll through
a beautiful meadow and you happen
to bump into one of these marvellous little creatures,
remember to thank the humble and recently employed bee.
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where the truth hurts them,
This week on Gastro Kitchen,
we meet French chef Gaston who has teamed up with John West, Britain's
biggest supplier of tuna, to make their products even more delicious.
Companies like John West are using mass-fishing techniques to
satisfy our desire for a cheap tuna sarnie.
But dolphins, sharks and even turtles are getting caught up
in the nets and getting injured or even killed in the process.
Mm! This by-catch is simply thrown back into the sea, but why do that?
Gaston has used his culinary expertise
to develop an exclusive range of tuna
infused with dolphin, shark and turtle. Yum-my!
Let's take it on a taste test.
We're just offering out some of our brand-new infused tuna.
We've got Turtle Terminator. We've got Shark Slayer.
So, this is for the more discerning, less compassionate consumer.
-That's made with dolphins?
-Mm, yes, and turtle too.
It's our by-catch. You see, when we catch our tuna,
all of this lovely meat was just going to waste
but we thought, "Not at John West."
So what we are trying to do is make sure that all the dolphins,
all the turtles and all the sharks that we catch get thrown
straight in the tin.
-Would you like to taste some?
So, this is basically our tuna with dolphin infused in it.
Are you getting...? What are you getting from it?
Can you taste a little hint of turtle shell in there?
-They are very good. Perhaps a little bit of dolphin as well.
I've never tasted dolphin, but I've tasted turtle, so I know how it is.
Oh, you know how it tastes. They're very good, very good.
-It's slightly different.
A lot of people say, "Oh, why are you using turtle?"
-It's quite creamy.
-It is quite creamy.
-No, little bit more creamier.
We take the shell of the turtles and we grind it up and we put it in
the tin, it creates a creaminess that you can taste right now.
-Turtle as well?
I don't know, I'm not sure I would buy it because of the dolphin thing.
Why? Why do you love dolphins so much?
-They're just mammals, aren't they?
-I don't know.
When you taste this,
tell me if you can taste the disappearance of the species.
-I love tuna.
-Ah. Do you like dolphins too?
In here there's dolphin?
-But don't kill dolphins.
And then we leave this here. Oop!
Au revoir, monsieur. Merci.
The playground might look rural, but this primary couldn't be more
urban, right down to the curse of industry pollution.
The trees, shrubs, bushes and hedges are a deliberate attempt to
cut nitrogen dioxide emissions from nearby Euston Road.
It is a fact that last year almost 10,000 Londoners died because
of our poor air.
It is a fact that children in parts of London have lungs
that are underdeveloped.
Hoping that he can cash in on London being one of the most
polluted cities in Europe, where nearly 90 schools are exposed
to dangerous air pollution,
George has hit the street to try and sell his latest product.
It's definitely a good investment.
GEORGE: 'So it turns out London is the most polluted city
'in Western Europe. I'm not sitting around on my arse.
'I spotted a business opportunity in that.'
Gas masks for kids.
They are going to sell like hot cakes when they go back to school.
They are really scary.
Well, they do come in pink as well.
My mum said she used to get given gas masks during the war but never
wore it cos she didn't like the smell of it.
Back then, it was the Germans gassing us, now we're just gassing
ourselves with our diesel engines.
Well, I don't want to emotionally blackmail you, but parents
that don't buy these for their kids are just incredibly bad parents.
Do not call somebody a bad parent.
So, I've done myself out of a deal now?
I think you should turn around and walk away, mate, cos you're rude.
They're a little bit gruesome, though, aren't they?
Well, if your kid is particularly ugly, it's probably for the best.
They'll get bullied less. Trying to make a quick buck, you know?
We need to sell these things. Sell. Can you not help me out?
I mean, it kind of messes things up in the school photo
a little bit, but at least, their lungs are safe.
I'm not putting my child in a mask.
Can you see the future with children going to school with gas masks?
I've already invested in 5,000 of them.
I need to sell as many as I can.
-Sorry, but I've got stuff coming from my nose and stuff.
Cos of the pollution? Yeah.
Well, far be it from me to take advantage of, you know,
your condition, but you should probably buy a gas mask.
-It's very sad how incredibly air polluted...
-It is, isn't it?
But that means there's a hole in the market.
Gas masks for kids.
We do baby gas masks as well.
SHOUTS: Back to school gas masks sale.
Get your gas masks
for your children here.
Sir, do you have children?
Do you have children in the local area?
Tell Mummy to buy you a gas mask.
Say, "I want a gas mask."
He just said he wanted a gas mask.
I asked their parents.
And they said it was OK?
Well, they didn't...
-Did you get a letter in the...?
-I sent a text to their mum.