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Britain's economy is turning a corner. The Chancellor's upbeat

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assessment after five years of financial trouble. George Osborne

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said the government's economic although he stressed it was still

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Thanks to the efforts, sacrifices of the British people, written is

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turning a corner. -- Britain. If ever you wanted proof that this

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government is out of touch with ever you wanted proof that this

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people and on the side of the few, George Osborne has provided it is

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today. The unions warn of industrial conditions. We will be assessing the

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strength of the recovery. Also, conditions. We will be assessing the

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crisis in Syria. After talks in London, the US calls on President

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BBC bosses are due to appear before MPs in the row over severance pay

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Closing speeches in the trial of the Coronation Street actor, Michael le

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around freezing. One or two Celsius in the countryside. With all the II

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Good afternoon. It is five years since the beginning of the financial

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crisis, but today, the Chancellor said that the UK economy is finally

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turning a corner. In a speech this morning, he said there were no

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tentative signs of a balanced, recovery. But he stressed that it

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was in the early stages and plenty complaints that any recovery is

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was in the early stages and plenty will get the reaction from unions in

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just the moment but first, Hugh will get the reaction from unions in

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This was the Chancellor's bids to frame the economic and political

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debate for the autumn season. His argument is that an upturn is now

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definitely underway. A point he hammered home in a speech in the

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city. The economic collapse was worse than we thought. Repairing it

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will take longer than we hoped. worse than we thought. Repairing it

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we held our nerve when many told us to abandon our plan. As a result,

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sacrifices of the British people, Britain is turning a corner. In

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sacrifices of the British people, dig at Labour, he said that those in

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favour of a plan B had lost the argument. He said his budget cuts

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had not had the damaging impact argument. He said his budget cuts

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claimed. There has been a raft of positive economic indicators of

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fastest service sector growth in August since December 2006. There

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was 0.9% growth in the three months There may be positive indications on

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economic growth, but the question now is how that feeds through to

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confidence among consumers and now is how that feeds through to

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Average wage rises in the economy now is how that feeds through to

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is saying to the British people now is how that feeds through to

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getting worse. But the standards are now is how that feeds through to

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falling. How do consumers feel about the economy? We asked people in

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Cardiff. Rent has gone up. People cannot afford mortgages. We are

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constantly spending money on rent. Everyday essentials are getting

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constantly spending money on rent. and more expensive. The shops seem

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quite busy. That has to be a good thing. The housing market seems

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quite busy. That has to be a good be picking up. The house is all

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going up, but recovery? That is another matter. -- the houses are

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going up. The Chancellor said his another matter. -- the houses are

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going up. The Chancellor said his plan was the only sustainable way to

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raise living standards. He knows the challenge is to persuade voters

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raise living standards. He knows the they will feel things are getting

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The maybe better news on the outlook for the economy but according to

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union leaders, it has come at a price of cuts in pay, pensions and

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working conditions. This morning, at the TUC conference, there have been

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warnings of industrial action to Union raps arriving at the Straits

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union Congress this morning deal Union raps arriving at the Straits

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union Congress this morning deal with issues like jobs and deployment

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representatives arriving at the trades union Congress. We have to

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put an end to it. We have to end the he has declined by 7%. £30 a week.

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-- he has declined. Frances O'Grady, he has declined by 7%. £30 a week.

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in her first speech as leader, said that unions needed to shape the

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policies of the parties, just as campaigning for a minimum wage. It

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kind of policies, to transform the economy, improve working lives,

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warm reception for Frances O'Grady, change the country for the better.

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warm reception for Frances O'Grady, in a speech in which she set out her

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Issues like zero hours contracts, where people have no guarantee of

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the hours that they will work or how much they will learn. Labour says

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the contracts need to be reformed. Caroline says that she has no idea

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how much she will earn next month. You have no idea whether you will be

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your life if you do not know what devastating. How can you get on

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your life if you do not know what you are earning? Many firms argue

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that these flexible contracts are needed to keep the economy going. It

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has helped to keep unemployment lower than it would have been. It

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has provided opportunities for young people and women returning to the

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workplace. Most people on these independently surveyed say they

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workplace. Most people on these get as many hours as they want. Many

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are also concerned about plans to unions. In a speech tonight, Harriet

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Harman will describe this as a dangerous moment and call for both

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Picking up on some of those points with Norman Smith, there is this

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pressure for Ed Miliband, in the middle of this row with the unions.

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His economic strategy is now being And what we're seeing from his team

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is an effort to rewrite plan the, into something that looks more like

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plan C. -- Plan B. To say that it is not about the economic plan, but

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about who bears the burden. In other words, to say that the economic

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argument is not about raising the rate of growth it is about saying

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who is best equipped to raise the standards of living. That is why Ed

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Miliband has outlined his apostles to outlaw 0-hour contracts. -- his

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speech to the TUC tomorrow. Some of the big unions are seemingly intent

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going to stick by his reforms and losing the next election and taking

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going to stick by his reforms and over all chemical weapons to the

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international community within the next week. He was speaking in London

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after a meeting with the Foreign Secretary. Later today, President

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Obama will make a rear when time TV Secretary. Later today, President

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address to the nation. -- rear prime buttressing support for US strikes

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on Syria. William Hague welcomed the Secretary of State to London where

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deep anxiety about another Iraq Secretary of State to London where

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already led parliament to reject military action. John Kerry stressed

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that a political solution, not a Washington's endgame. We are not

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going to war. We will might have people at risk in that way. We will

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be able to hold Bashar al-Assad countable without engaging in any

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prolonged effort. In a very limited, very targeted, very short-term

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effort that degrades his capacity to deliver chemical weapons. The Syrian

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president has denied using chemical weapons. When he was asked if there

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was anything that Mr Assad could do to prevent military action, John

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Kerry had this suggestion. Turn to prevent military action, John

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every single bit of his chemical community in the next week. Turn it

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over, all of it. But he thought community in the next week. Turn it

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just would not happen. Speaking community in the next week. Turn it

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American television, resident Assad threatened reprisals on US bases in

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the Middle East if no two strikes government necessarily, because

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the Middle East if no two strikes government is not the only player.

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different factions. Across the Matic divide, the Russian Foreign Minister

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different factions. Across the Matic counterpart. Sergei Lavrov warned

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conference as the Syrian Foreign that military strikes could wreck

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conference as the Syrian Foreign believe that a political solution

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latest battle ground in Syria, near believe that a political solution

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latest battle ground in Syria, near affiliated groups. Each side is

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devastation of homes and churches. Many of the terrified residents

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devastation of homes and churches. this town appeared to have either

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Jeremy Bowen is in Damascus. He joins us on the line. We know that

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people in Syria watch these events joins us on the line. We know that

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people in Syria watch these events political solution, is there a sense

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dissipating? Not really. People political solution, is there a sense

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conscious that they might be facing an American attack. Whether or not

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they like President Assad. At the displaced, who have gathered at

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they like President Assad. At the cathedral here. And I'd have been

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speaking to the patriarch, the senior clergyman, who said that

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speaking to the patriarch, the must not be bombing. He said that he

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was prepared to go to Washington, DC to tell President Obama that it

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was prepared to go to Washington, DC for bombing, because of alleged

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chemical weapons use by the regime, it counts for nothing with these

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people who have lost their homes in Ma'loula. They say that it might end

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up benefiting the jihadist. They have taken over Ma'loula. I spoke to

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people here who say that they saw the jihadist is cutting down on

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crosses from the churches. They the jihadist is cutting down on

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fled for their lives and they do not want the Americans to help out those

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people by bombing President Assad's forces. Turning to James Robbins, in

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central London. What should we read into the mood is? Are we seeing

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central London. What should we read rollback from military action? I do

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not think we are seeing that. Not from President Obama or John Kerry,

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not think we are seeing that. Not speaking behind me in the Foreign

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Office a couple of hours ago. It is amplifying what Emily Buchanan told

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attack, but then the Secretary of important, to qualify it by saying

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that he, President Assad, is not about to do it and it cannot be

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that he, President Assad, is not done, obviously. The Secretary of

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which he made clear that he did done, obviously. The Secretary of

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think the Syrian regime was willing or able to meet. No, I do not think

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President Obama is being deflected from his probable course of action.

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The rest of what John Kerry said today was designed to swing the

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members of Congress behind the today was designed to swing the

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members of Congress behind the president. Turning to Washington,

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Americans later. How are things looking? The momentum is hotting up.

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President Obama will be giving interviews to six major TV networks

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as tomorrow, we will see him giving an address to the nation. Trying to

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as tomorrow, we will see him giving push this point and explain to the

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American nation why he feels that the US should get involved in Syria.

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Of course, Congress is very divided. Numbers of Congress will be coming

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back from their summer break and starting a debate in Congress.

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back from their summer break and members of Congress. Many people

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here are still undecided as to what they want to do, whether they should

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be going into Syria or the should be they want to do, whether they should

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military intervention, or it is they want to do, whether they should

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fact nothing to do with America they want to do, whether they should

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we should be standing by. Son of the BBC's top executives are preparing

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for a grilling by MPs today in the BBC's top executives are preparing

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row over payoffs but bosses leaving Thompson over who knew and authorise

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the payments and what they told Thompson over who knew and authorise

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in a hearing in July. The BBC wanted to get down the bill for its top

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executives quickly, it managed to get down the bill for its top

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One individual walked away with to get down the bill for its top

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afternoon will not be whether any of and who authorised those decisions.

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afternoon will not be whether any of big payoffs. Lord Patten was asked

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shouldn't the BBC trust have known more details about those deals. If

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you recall in due course a previous director-general of the BBC, I will

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be interested as you are in why director-general of the BBC, I will

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director-general was Mark Thompson director-general of the BBC, I will

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and he was off today to explain director-general of the BBC, I will

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fundamentally misleading, a claim MPs why he thinks the evidence was

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fundamentally misleading, a claim that means when they both get here,

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Lord Patten will have to defend that means when they both get here,

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BBC Trust's position. I hope we that means when they both get here,

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have a reasonable exploration of what has gone wrong and the issues

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without it getting into too much bitterness because that is bad for

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the BBC. The BBC has decided to bitterness because that is bad for

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bitterness and wrangling is exactly what many expect. With this pair

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appearing to publicly contradict each other, and no one knowing what

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reputations, alter the corporation itself. The questioning will be

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detailed but if there are clear contradictions in the evidence,

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question - has anyone misled MPs in looking for in Government and if

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they spot it they will regard it as very serious indeed. The BBC News

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Channel will have full coverage very serious indeed. The BBC News

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those appearances before the Public Accounts Committee from around

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The main story this lunchtime: Accounts Committee from around

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Chancellor says Britain's economy is turning a corner but admits many

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recovery. But he stressed that it Coming up, 15,000 men died on this

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recovery. But he stressed that it be finding out why people from

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Battle of Flodden. On BBC London, the snowboard instructor paralysed

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mountain where his life changed the snowboard instructor paralysed

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mountain where his life changed forever. Plus one man, his Art and

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his dog, the homeless London street artist making his name across the

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TSB was known in the '80s as "the bank that liked to say yes". It

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disappeared from the high street 18 years ago after merging with Lloyds,

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Britain's eighth biggest high street bank. More than 600 branches of

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Lloyds TSB have been re-launched, with nearly five million people

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having their accounts transferred to promises to focus on local customers

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and businesses, as Emma Simpson It is a shiny new bank with an old

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name. This morning TSB branches country. It is the first day being

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customers have been transferred country. It is the first day being

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this network. Here is the new boss different. Our customers have said

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they want to know every penny they put in the bank is used only to

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come to us for investment banking, for overseas speculation, we are

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here to support the local economy. Banking was very different when

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here to support the local economy. was last on our high streets 18

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years ago. The question is Tom Willets comeback really lead to

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years ago. The question is Tom competition? Customers will have to

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wait and see if TSB offers better rates and products. Change can mean

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two things but hopefully it will be improved. Having a branch locally is

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sign is outside. Lloyds did not improved. Having a branch locally is

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reporting problems with the website business to this new bank, it was

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reporting problems with the website this morning, but the bank says

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reporting problems with the website Closing speeches in the trial of the

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Coronation Street star Michael Le Vell are being heard at Manchester

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denies sexually assaulting and raping a young girl, who cannot

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denies sexually assaulting and correspondent Judith Moritz is

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outside the court. This morning correspondent Judith Moritz is

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have heard from prosecution and defence. The prosecution talked

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have heard from prosecution and the jury about the alleged victim in

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this case, the girl who we cannot identify. She told the jury there

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was no need for that girl to have lied. She said she came to give

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evidence of her own choice. You lied. She said she came to give

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ask yourself whether she was a wicked liar or if she was telling

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ask yourself whether she was a nothing in her past that could tell

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such a twisted lie and she would gain nothing from this unless it was

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the truth. She ended by saying to the jury that they must mark her

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courage with their conviction. The defence said these allegations are

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ridiculous. This naive girl had defence said these allegations are

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an inconsistent, incoherent and unbelievable account, he said. He

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said there are still compelling witnesses who lie. The judge in

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said there are still compelling case Michael Henshaw addressed the

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jury and said that when the witness had been emotional, the jury must

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planned HS2 high-speed rail link are according to a highly critical

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report from MPs. The Public Accounts strategic case still hasn't been

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McLoughlin, has insisted HS2 is essential for the long-term future

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of Britain's railways. Our transport correspondent Richard Westcott

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north-south train line to ferry correspondent Richard Westcott

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could cost £50 billion and this latest attack says ministers have

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failed to prove it is worth the money. As I have looked at the

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detail of the project, I have moved from being a supporter to thinking

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this is not the right place to put £50 billion worth of money. There

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are growing number of voices who are sceptical about this project. I

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think the Government needs to listen seriously, not lead this as a vanity

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Committee says it has been plagued by spiralling costs and twinkling

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benefits. It says ministers have failed to prove HS2 will benefit the

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you can expect the fight back. The transport secretary says he doesn't

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accept the report's core findings and the Government will release

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another report later this week, arguing HS2 will generate billions

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of pounds for different cities A British man and his fiancee have

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drowned while on holiday in Italy. Police in Sicily believe 34-year-old

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Andrew Sturgess died while trying to Andrew Sturgess died while trying to

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save his 25-year-old fiancee from the sea off the island's south west

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coast. The Foreign Office has said it is providing assistance to his

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The soft drinks brands Lucozade it is providing assistance to his

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Ribena, which are made at Coleford in Gloucestershire, are being sold

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to the Japanese firm, Suntory. GlaxoSmithKline said it had agreed a

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price of £1.35 billion and the Coleford will transfer to Suntory.

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bloodiest battles in British history men. When the Scottish and English

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armies met at the Battle of Flodden men. When the Scottish and English

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in Branxton for us. This is where lost their king - James IV. Today,

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in Branxton for us. This is where the battle of Flodden took place

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in Branxton for us. This is where distance you can see some excavation

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but today they stopped work as a mark of respect. Following the

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footsteps of fallen soldiers, they came to remember. Their descendants

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from both sides of the battle but together. So significant was the

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battle of Flodden that many have made a long journey to be here.

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Coming from South Africa, we are here and the history predates this

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by a long way. Why was it such a bloody battle? Athe Scots lined

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by a long way. Why was it such a on the hill, they came down very

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steep, it was difficult for them, they were hampered by the body

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Harlow at the bottom. They lost rendered useless, and hand-to-hand

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fighting with the English who had a lethal weapon which cut them to

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ribbons. Gradually their forces dwindled and the English surrounded

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the King across here, and it was just a total massacre. That is why

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centuries later the search for clues bones... Could this be where the

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15,000 soldiers are buried? Would have to treat them with the utmost

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respect if we come across them. have to treat them with the utmost

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is very difficult to come to terms with, it is broadly comparable to

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examples of the slaughter in the Western front in World War I and yet

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there are no machine guns here and no barbed wire so there are moments

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when you do struggle with it. Today is not about victory or defeat,

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when you do struggle with it. Today thousands of men from both sides of

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hours later today people will be All those men died in just three

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hours later today people will be those who at Flodden. -- those who

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hours later today people will be fell at Flodden. Time to take a

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some sunshine coming through. That northern England. There has been

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southern counties of England. Can see the shower clouds speckled

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across the north of England, where widespread and turning heavy. To the

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north of this main clump of showers, the weather is not looking too bad

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in Scotland. Most areas will be bright with sunny spells after a

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chilly start of the day and only Northern Ireland. Some of these

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heavy showers are working across Yorkshire, and as the rain is still

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affecting south-east England, this afternoon. Overnight, this area

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affecting south-east England, this low pressure moves away into the

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near continent, moving into Germany and it knocks another area of low

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pressure out of Germany and into the North Sea. It will not be such a

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cool night in many areas overnight, the breeze keeping things a few

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Going into Tuesday, a bright and breezy day the many areas of the

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pressure I mentioned will be taking up residence in the North Sea with

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strengthening winds developing. up residence in the North Sea with

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bringing outbreaks of rain. At just bringing outbreaks of rain. At just

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12 Celsius, it will be a miserable kind of day. The rain could reach

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the London area and the south-east later in the day. Away from that wet

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weather, much of the British Isles the best sunshine across southern

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again for Wednesday, we will see an area of whether moving up off the

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again for Wednesday, we will see an Atlantic into Scotland and Northern

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in the upper teens at best. That is weather news we have just developed

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about that on the BBC website. weather news we have just developed

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about that on the BBC website. economy is turning a corner and

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about that on the BBC website. those calling for a plan B have

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about that on the BBC website. the argument. That is all from us

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