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Downing Street is to hold a session of its emergency committee, COBRA,

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in response to the global cyber attack which has disabled NHS

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The Home Secretary Amber Rudd said 45 organisations

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It's not yet clear the extent to which patient safety has

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agency, Europol, described the cyber attack -

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which has struck in about 100 countries -

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A major incident cleared at this hospital to ensure patient safety.

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Saint Bartholomew is is part of the largest NHS Trust in England. Some

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ambulances are being diverted to neighbouring hospitals and there

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will be no outpatient treatment today. I was worried. The computers

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being down and somebody asking for money, I've got to stay in here and

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it was a bit frustrating. It is after this message came up on

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countless computers across the NHS demanding an -- a ransom to access

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files. They had a severe tummy pain for ten days, the patient I saw, we

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needed to find out why he was in pain, we could not find out because

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we could not get the blood results. It is part of a global situation,

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cyber attacks are at an unprecedented level according to the

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EU's law-enforcement agency. Organisations in 100 countries have

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been hit. 45 NHS organisations have been affected including 11 of

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Scotland's health boards. There is a great deal of work ongoing to get

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the system back to normal. Everything is being done to ensure

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it is kept to an absolute minimum disruption. The system locks

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computers before demanding money. The NHS is particularly vulnerable

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because of the ageing IT systems. They have been asked to move from

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Windows XP. People don't always move as quickly as you would like. There

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will be lessons to be learned from this example. Experts say it is

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vital technology is up-to-date. This is like making sure that you lock

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the doors and windows before you go to bed. It won't stop the burglars,

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necessarily, but will keep most of them out. The government does not

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believe patient data has been stolen, there will be a meeting of

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the emergency committee this afternoon.

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The former Labour Prime Minister Gordon Brown is calling on voters

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to elect Labour candidates that will hold Theresa May to account -

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His comments follow a warning - from Labour's Deputy

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Leader Tom Watson - that the Conservatives would win

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a 'Margaret Thatcher style landslide'

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Our Political Correspondent Leila Nathoo joins me.

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What is surprising is he is not suggesting it for a Labour

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government but for a different cause. This is Gordon Brown's second

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intervention. He delivered a speech with much the same message saying

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that the May is asking for a blank cheque from voters and he says they

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need to back Labour to speak up for things like the NHS, social justice,

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better education. He did not mention anything about a future Labour

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government. The references were to the ones in the past. Labour's

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deputy leader has given an interview to the Guardian. He said if there is

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no dent in the Tory lead then Theresa May could be on for a

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majority of more than 100 MPs. Tom Watson says there are exciting

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ideas. There is an undertone that we will be in opposition but we should

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make it a strong opposition. Jeremy Corbyn says it is not a foregone

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conclusion but there are different ones from other MPs.

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Meanwhile the Conservatives say they want to give people the power

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to demand social media companies delete any embarrassing content,

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But critics have questioned whether the legislation

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is enforceable, since many of the big social media

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Other news, over three million customers in south-east England have

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been told to save water because of a lack of rainfall.

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The company which supplies parts of the home counties,

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north London, and Kent, say many rivers in the region

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Using the shower rather than the bath - and stopping

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the use of garden sprinklers - are among ideas being suggested.

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The Eurovision Song Contest final is being held in Ukraine this

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evening, with Italy's entry, an act involving a man

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dressed as a gorilla, the strong favourite to win.

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Lucie Jones will be representing the UK, performing her ballad

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Our Moscow Correspondent, Steve Rosenberg, is in Kiev,

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and has been to meet some of the contestants.

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It's Eurovision 2017, and it's all rather confusing.

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The audience is not understanding it.

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I am leaving the whole meaning to them.

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And what is going on with one of the favourites,

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"The monkey," Francesco Gabbani tells me, "is a symbol that

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at the end of the day we are all naked apes."

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Among the frontrunners are Bulgaria and

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You know, there was a time when the UK was always a contender

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We always seemed to be in with a shot at the top spot.

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More recently we have been propping up

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But could this be the year that Britain is back?

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At rehearsals, Lucie Jones has been impressing

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everybody with her power ballad, Never Give Up On You.

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I am hoping that I will go home with the respect

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of the nation that watched the show at home.

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If the UK wants success in Eurovision, this could be

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No to a man who needs no costume, Mike Bushell at the sports centre.

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Plenty of make up under the eyes. While Chelsea have already claimed

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the Premier League title after beating West Bromwich Albion

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last night, the race is still on to qualify

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for the Champions League. Manchester City can move up

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to third, if they can get at least They're hoping for three points,

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though, after David Silva put them ahead just before

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the half hour mark. Leicester were incensed though,

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feeling Raheem Sterling was in an offside position

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and interfering with play. Jesus has just made it 2-0 from the

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penalty spot. In the Scottish Premiership,

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Rangers need a point against Hearts to clinch third place

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and they're 1-0 up, thanks Hearts are down to ten men,

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after Prince Buaben was sent off Manchester City manager

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Pep Guardiola used today's programme notes to wish the club's women's

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team good luck in They're up against Birmingham City

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Ladies and it's live City are aiming for

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a domestic treble. You dream of playing in Wembley. You

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dream of captaining your side. Ever since I've join this club it has

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been about trying to win the FA Cup and we are one step closer to doing

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that. Definitely up there with the stuff I've achieved so far. It is

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exciting for us. This is the third year it has been at Wembley. We want

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to put on a great performance. We are not just going there to be

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another team in the FA Cup final. We want to win. We want to showcase

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what we are about as a team. We are a footballing team. We show grit and

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determination as well. We cannot wait.

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Jonny Brownlee's return to the World Triathlon Series

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was almost as dramatic as his collapse at

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In treacherous conditions in Yokohama, Japan,

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he was caught up in a crash, on the last lap of the bike leg

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and sent flying over the railings, but he carried his damaged bike

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to the transition point to get his running shoes on

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before eventually finishing down in 42nd place,

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You can see highlights tomorrow at one o'clock on BBC Two.

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In rugby union, Saracens are looking to retain their Champions Cup

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They take on Clermont Auvergne in the final at Murrayfield.

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Not only that, they're hoping to complete a double double,

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Hats off to Saracens, champions of England. European champions. They

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produced a magnificent performance. They thrive on being different. It

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has helped make them the most successful trophy hunters. You look

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forward to semifinals and finals. You have that connection together

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that will get you through. Ashton has experience of such moments. His

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England days are now over but he is one swan dive away from being the

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record try scorer. Last year nobody got over the line in the final but

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this was Farrell's final. Metronomic yet magic, Man of the Match at the

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last final and back to dominate this one. He and his team became

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Premiership champions after that but now the double could be doubled.

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Such speculation is banned. We need to make sure we get to a place where

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we want to be. Then we will be able to go out there and put in a

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performance we will be proud of. Their opponents often wilts. They

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are twice beaten finalists in this competition, 11 times beaten in

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France. They face a side on the cusp of greatness. The secret behind

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every trophy, the karaoke. See, on Eurovision night we have

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some music for you. You can see more on all of today's

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stories throughout the afternoon The next news on BBC One

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is at five past six. Sunshine and showers on the wafer

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Sunday. Today has been a bit of a mixed

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