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The High Court is to hear fresh medical evidence in the case

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His parents hope it will change earlier rulings and mean he can try

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experimental treatment in the United States.

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We'll be live outside the High Court shortly.

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Theresa May calls for unity in a change to her government style

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she'll challenge rival parties to "contribute

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There are huge issues facing this country, Brexit is

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But it is not just that, Theresa May is as

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ambitious as she ever was with her domestic agenda.

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Police now say they estimate that 255 people survived

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the Grenfell Tower fire, and they believe 80 people

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The scale of the recovery operation is unprecedented, they say.

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The sketches by Thomas Gainsborough, one of England's most

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famous artists are found, having been previously

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And Andy Murray and Johanna Konta both bid for a spot in the Wimbledon

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quarter-finals later, as Manic Monday sees all remaining

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And coming up in the sport on BBC News:

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Andy Murray will be figting for a spot in the Wimbledon

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quarter-finals later as Manic Monday sees all remaining

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Good afternoon and welcome to the BBC News at One.

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In the next hour, the parents of Charlie Gard will return

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to the High Court, as fresh medical evidence will be

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heard about their terminally ill son, who is being cared

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An earlier ruling supported the view of his doctors that nothing could be

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done to improve his quality-of-life, and they should be allowed to switch

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off his life-support systems. But judges will evaluate new data about

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an experimental treatment the parents want their 11 month

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-year-old is sum to receive. Our Correspondent

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Daniela Relph reports For Charlie Gard's parents, today's

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court hearing offers some hope, The court will hear fresh

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admissions this afternoon about the experimental

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treatment available. Doctors still believe this treatment

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won't help 11-month-old Charlie. It's untested on a child

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as unwell as he is. But medics have again

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turned to the courts, and left it to the legal system

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to make the final decision Yesterday, his parents Chris

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and Connie delivered a petition of 350,000 signatures

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to Great Ormond Street, calling for him to be able

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to travel to America for the Everything now hangs on the decision

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of the court this week. We're just hoping that

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the judge, you know, Because he said last

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time it was futile. But clearly it is not

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futile, it has a chance. He's been lying there for months

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now, when he should have So far, every judge to hear this

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case, right up to the European Court of Human Rights, has ruled

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against the wishes of Charlie's family and in favour

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of Great Ormond Street. His parents believe the new

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treatment could prolong Charlie's For doctors, the situation is both

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a medical and moral dilemma. Medical science has moved a long

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way, and there's really, it feels, like there's an expectation

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of cure, of sending out completely normal again.

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And sadly, that isn't the case. We only wish we could have

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all those therapies to sort As the legal system once again

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decides what happens next, 11-month-old Charlie Gard remains

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on a ventilator in hospital. Doctors say he can't see your move,

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and any treatment would be futile. But his parents think differently

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and believe their son is not They want him to be

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given one last chance. Our Medical correspondent,

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Fergus Walsh, is outside To say this is difficult is an

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understatement, as we know, so what are the options for what might

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happen next? The judge, Mr Justice Francis is the judge that originally

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decided three months ago that Charlie, on the grounds of the

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evidence he heard, should be allowed, as he put it, to die with

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dignity. Great Ormond Street is going to asking to look at

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unpublished evidence it was sent on Friday, and make an assessment

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whether it changes that view. This unpublished data came from seven

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doctors and researchers, it came from the Vatican's Children's

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Hospital, signed by doctors from a number of countries, and said there

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was unpublished evidence in animals and children with a similar genetic

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condition to Charlie of dramatic clinical improvement. Crucially, it

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could help Charlie's rain condition. But as the hospital has made clear

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on Friday night, its position has not changed one bit -- brain

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condition. He has terrible brain damage, catastrophic and

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irreversible. Their position remains that he should be allowed to die and

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be ventilator should be withdrawn. We won't get a definitive ruling

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today. That may come later, because all sides have to get together and

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analyse the evidence. Fergus, thank you.

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"Contribute, don't just criticise" - that's the message from Theresa May

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to opposition parties at the beginning of a week

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which marks her first anniversary as Prime Minister.

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The First Secretary of State, Damien Green,

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said it was "a grown-up way of doing politics".

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Labour says the Prime Minister has run out of ideas.

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Our Political Correspondent Iain Watson reports.

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What a difference a year makes, today, Theresa May was meeting the

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Australian Prime Minister, underlining her message that after

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Brexit, she can rekindle strong relationships with other nations.

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And she needs all the friends she can get, because she also has the

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rebuild relationships with some of her own MPs, and convince sceptical

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voters she hasn't ditched everything she has stood for when she entered

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Downing Street a year ago. The government I lead will be driven not

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by the interests of the privileged few, but by yours. But since then,

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there has been a rather large snag, she has lost a majority. She says

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she is making a bold offer to the opposition to contribute to her

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policies, rather than criticise them. What the primaries double set

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out this week is her ambitions for that government, which are unchanged

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from what she said when she stood on the steps of Downing Street for the

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first time and talk about a country that works for everyone. Some say it

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is a cry for help, a plea for help, and she is being timid, not bold.

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Outside the Westminster bubble, people think politicians can work

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together across party lines, and that is a good idea. Theresa May is

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no stranger to political slogans. Brexit means Brexit, strong and

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stable, you know them all by now. Today's message to opposition

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politician was to contribute, don't criticise. But

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here at Westminster, they say the key test is whether this time there

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is any real substance behind the Prime Minister's offer. This is a

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zombie government. She is under deep threat from her own party. Could you

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work with the government. If she wants co-operation, if she wants to

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do things in the national interest, she should take up ideas that we put

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forward in our manifesto. She should show that she is serious about

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incrementing some of that and set up a cross-party commission to do it.

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It would be laughable if it wasn't so serious. We are over a year from

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the EU referendum, a year since Theresa May took office as Prime

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Minister. And yet, she still doesn't have a clue about how to take this

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forward. Critics say Theresa May simply wants to get on the front

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foot to quell talk of a leadership challenge. Her allies say rebellious

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charter has been fuelled by too much per second. But battling on without

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an overall majority is a sobering prospect. Iain Watson, BBC News.

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Our Assistant Political Editor Norman Smith is at Downing Street.

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What's your assessment of this change in tack and how realistic

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Frankly, you are more likely to see big, fat flying pigs doing loop the

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loops over Westminster before you are to get Jeremy Corbyn's Labour

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Party cooperating with Theresa May's Conservative Party. On these big,

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thorny social issues, be it social care or employment rights, tuition

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fees, the parties are miles apart. It is true to a lesser extent with

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other opposition parties. Therein mind, too, that Mrs may has never

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shown much appetite for working cross-party. But there is a rather

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brutal reason as well, Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party smell blood.

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They think today's OfficeMax of weakness. They are not going to help

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prop up Theresa May, Babel stampede her into a general election. In a

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way, it seems to me, today's message is more directed at her own party,

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not the opposition, to say, I am brimming with ideas and energy. "I

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Have my Mojo back. There are tough policies are want to sort out." In

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other words, there is an agenda beyond Brexit that could go on for

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years. In other words, Theresa May is saying to the press echoed

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plotters that don't think she only has a few months left at Downing

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Street, think again. Norman, as ever, thank you.

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255 people survived the Grenfell Tower fire,

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that's the first time such a figure has been given

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As a result, estimates of the the number of dead

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and missing remains at approximately 80.

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Our Home Affairs Correspondent Tom Symonds is at the

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The police have given quite a bit of information today and detail about

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their investigation, haven't they? That's right. This point about

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figures is highly controversial. Some claimed there were 500 or 600

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people living in the tower. Police have said today that, according to

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their own investigations, and they have been quite extensive, they

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believe 350 is the number that should have been in the Tower on

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that night. They believe 14 people were not in the tower at the time.

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Therefore, further investigations say they believe the number of

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survivors is around 255, and the number of dead remains around 80. So

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again, the police trying to very clearly say what they believe the

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impact, in terms of lives lost, and people missing, because some people

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are not confirmed as dead, remains at this stage. Their investigations

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continue. Two types of investigations, one, going through

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the debris in the towel, looking fit human remains. It has come to that.

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We were shown pictures of officers sieving through the remains of

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rubble inside the tower. All of which will be kept for future

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analysis. Bodies that have been removed from the tower are being put

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through CT scan is to identify, for example, due Woolery, surgical

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implants that might help say who the owner of the body is. And obviously,

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parents, relatives, anybody that survived is being kept informed

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about all of this because it is highly sensitive work. Tom, thank

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you. The High Court has ruled

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that the sale of arms The ruling comes after a case

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was brought by a pressure group, They argued that the UK had broken

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international humanitarian law by selling weapons which had been

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used to kill civilians in Yemen, where the Saudis have conducted air

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strikes against Houthi rebels In what's become Britain's

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longest-running extradition case, a Scottish man has lost his legal

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battle against being sent to the US. 38 year old Philip Harkins

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denies shooting a man dead during a robbery in Florida in 1999

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and has been fighting The European Court of Human Rights

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ruled that his rights would not be breached if he were jailed for life

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without parole in Florida. It's called the 'gig economy' -

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millions of people caught in a grey area of working flexibly

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but without the usual workplace protections -

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They are considered neither fully Tomorrow, a degree of clarity might

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be introduced after an employment review has looked at some

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of the issues raised around this particular labour market,

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and it's expected to demand a radical overhaul of employment

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law with new guarantees Our Economics Correspondent

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Andy Verity reports. Lucas is more one of a million

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people that get paid by the task. That flexibility suits him, but if

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it is a slow day for takeaway is or he is stuck in traffic, it is he

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that loses. If you work around ten hours, we can do around ?150. But

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when it is a slow day, we do around 70, working for ten or 11 hours.

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Sometimes we spend, like, two hours to get one job, to get ?3 50. It is

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not good when it is not busy. If he gets sick or has an accident, he

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might also have an income, but tomorrow a review is expected to

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classify workers like him not as self-employed but as dependent

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contractors, entitled to be paid at least the minimum wage. The big fear

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of Digg economy companies like Deliveroo is they might have to pay

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workers online, rather than doing work. There is a compromise being

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proposed where they are required to prove the workers could earn

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substantially more than the minimum wage in a reasonable time. The

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report is expected to say that if gig economy companies pay people by

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task, they have to show workers earn at least a fifth more than an

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employee on the minimum wage would. Unions say it could mean less

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protection, not more. A piece rate approach could be a step backwards.

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We know that approach was taken for cleaners in hotels come they

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couldn't clean enough rooms within an hour to qualify for those rights.

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Our concern is also Luba drivers and Deliveroo drivers could be expected

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to travel so fast around London and the UK, they never qualify for the

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national minimum wage. The gig economy companies are popular

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because they are efficient and cheap. One thing that helps them to

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trim costs if they avoid paying national insurance. It is unlikely

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protection for workers can be stepped up without some increase in

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costs for consumers. The High Court is to hear fresh

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medical evidence in the case His parents hope it will change

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earlier rulings and mean he can try experimental treatment

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in the United States. What remains of London's DeMarco

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after 70 firefighters tackled a blaze there last night.

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Coming up in sport, after 13 years at Manchester United Wayne Rooney

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is heading back to his childhood team everton.

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He says a wining trophy with the club "would be the pinnacle".

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Thomas Gainsborough was one of the most famous portrait painters

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of the 18th century but very few drawings of his

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Now 25 sketches he drew as a young man have been discovered

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in the Royal Collection at Windsor Castle,

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they had been wrongly attributed to another artist.

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Our Arts Correspondent, Rebecca Jones reports.

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One of Thomas Gainsborough's most famous portraits, painted in 1870,

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he was the most important British artist of the second half of the

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19th century, yet your visit early drawings were thought to have

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survived, until now. They have been undiscovered in this album on a

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shelf here in the print room at Windsor Castle and they have been

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here for more than 100 years. In 1874, Queen Victoria wrote to the

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studio of Edwin Lancia asking for some of his drawings, he had died

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the previous year, and she then have these albums bound into this

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Victorian finding and it has been kept here in the Royal library at

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Windsor Castle since that time. So it's no wonder that the 25 chalk

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sketches inside the album were thought to be by Lancia, and then

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the historian was sent a box of photographs of the drawings and she

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decided a big mistake had been made. I was looking at boxes and boxes of

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photographs and I thought I would have a look through these and I just

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jumped up from Niger and said -- my chair and said, all of these are

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early Gainsborough drawings. And this sketch of a wood near Sudbury

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in Suffolk is a compelling reason for why the sketches are by

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Gainsborough, because it matches completely when it is laid over the

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finished picture. The drawing was covered with a grid of lines which

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is how Gainsborough transferred the composition from the small scale of

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the drawing to the large scale of the painting. This was his

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preparatory study. It is as if we are present in the studio with him

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which is a rather wonderful thought. There was also a surprise. The

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drawing of the head of a young woman was this covered on the back of one

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of the sketches. It has even been suggested this could be

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Gainsborough's future wife. Or the pictures can now be viewed online on

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the Royal collection website -- all. Rebecca Jones, BBC news.

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Theresa May's offer to EU citizens after Brexit has been described

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as falling "far short of what citizens are entitled to",

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according to senior members of the European Parliament.

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The government said the comments are "an unhelpful

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Our Europe correspondent Damian Grammaticus is in Brussels.

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Pretty strong language in this letter.

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How significant an intervention is this?

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This is a very clear warning shot coming from the European Parliament,

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from the leaders of four of the five biggest groups in the Parliament who

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together can marshal a block of two thirds of votes in the Parliament.

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And what they said, Theresa May's offer was a damp squib, falling far

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short of what citizens already have and they believe that citizens

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should have. They say Theresa May's fault will withdraw rights that

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citizens enjoy today -- offer. They said that applications would have to

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be done individually and it is not clear that some people could lose,

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family members might not be able to join them, all sorts of reasons why

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they say rights are being degraded. The European Parliament leaders

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point out that their Parliament will have to approve the Brexit deal

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before it can be tormented and they say very clearly that they will not

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approve anything which withdraws rights that people currently have --

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before it can be implemented. It is a clear sign that they want a better

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deal, and they are not part of the negotiations but they have said they

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will seek to block the deal if it continues along these lines. Thanks

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for joining us. Brexit will mean higher food prices,

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with lower quality and less choice - that's the warning from the former

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boss of Sainsbury's, Justin King - His claims are however disputed

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by other industry analysts who believe leaving the EU

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could give us an opportunity Food and farming combined

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are by far our biggest And the EU is involved all along

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the chain from what grows in our fields to the labels

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on the pack. The EU also guarantees free trade

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across the continent, and the man who ran one

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of our biggest supermarkets and Remain supporter,

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says any threat to this frictionless I think one can say very clearly

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what the direction will be. Higher prices, less choice

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and poorer quality. Because all of these dimensions have

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been improved by these open trading relationships that we've had over

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the last 40 years. He also says the EU has

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driven up standards, and means we can get fresh

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vegetables all year round. But food prices inside the EU

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are higher than the global average. So consumer goods manufacturer

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and pro-Brexit campaigner John Mills says leaving could give us

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an opportunity to lower bills. Food prices inside the EU vary

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from food product to food product, but on average they are about 20%

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higher than they are in So there is very substantial scope

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for food prices coming down if we switch sources of supply

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outside the EU. The fortunes of retailers

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and the fate of farmers will be in the hands of those

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negotiating our Brexit deal And you can see more on that story

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on tonight's Panorama - 'Britain's Food and Farming:

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The Brexit Effect' President Trump's team has made it

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clear he didn't know that his eldest son and son-in-law had met a Russian

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lawyer who - during last year's presidential election campaign -

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claimed to have damaging information Donald Trump Junior insists "no

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meaningful information" was provided about Mr Trump's

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then political rival. President Trump and Putin met

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for the first time on Friday and a joint cyber security

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unit was discussed. Back in Washington, Donald

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and Melania Trump arrived home from the G20 summit in Germany

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to face more questions about the President's

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relationship with Russia. Following his first

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face-to-face meeting with President Putin,

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Donald Trump suggested the two countries could work together

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on a cyber security unit. But following criticism

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from his own party, the president The president is still

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under huge pressure over claims of Russian interference

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in last year's election. There is not anybody

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who thinks that Russia didn't And I think we're going to see

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what Congress does. But the key issue isn't what Russia

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did, it's whether Trump's team colluded with Russia

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to influence the election. And that's what the FBI

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and Congress are investigating. Now, the New York Times says

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they have evidence at least some in the campaign were willing

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to accept Russian help. They say sources have told them

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President Trump's eldest son Donald Trump junior

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and his son-in-law Jared Kushner met with this woman,

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Natalia Veselnitskaya, a Russian lawyer with links

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to the Kremlin, in June last year. On the promise of being given

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damaging information Trump Junior has denied

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anything of significance Donald Trump has made it clear

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he didn't know anything about it. But this is thought to be the first

:24:47.:24:52.

confirmed meeting between a Russian national and a member

:24:53.:24:55.

of the President's inner circle. No doubt investigators will be keen

:24:56.:24:58.

to know more about how A massive fire broke out overnight

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in Camden Market in North London. It's taken 70 firefighters and ten

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fire engines several hours to get There are no reports of any

:25:12.:25:14.

casualties and the cause It's the third major fire to hit

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the popular tourist attraction Crews spent the morning dampening

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down while investigators continue to look into the cause of the fire

:25:22.:25:31.

which broke out in a building It's estimated about 30-35 small

:25:32.:25:34.

businesses and stallholders The fire brigade were called

:25:35.:25:42.

shortly before midnight. Ten fire engines and 70

:25:43.:25:45.

firefighters attended the scene. The initial crews worked very hard

:25:46.:25:51.

in extremely difficult conditions to gain access and to prevent

:25:52.:25:54.

the fire from spreading. It was very aggressive firefighting

:25:55.:25:57.

in the early stages. This is not the first time fire has

:25:58.:26:03.

struck Camden Market. In 2008 a well-known pub along

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with six shops and 90 market stalls Camden Market is the fourth

:26:09.:26:11.

most visited tourist attraction in London,

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drawing an estimated It's also one of their

:26:17.:26:17.

busiest times of year. It's right when they

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naturally make some money. So, their livelihoods,

:26:37.:26:38.

that's everything gone. We can't go into there,

:26:39.:26:39.

definitely, but we want to go and have a look to see if our stock

:26:40.:26:45.

is damaged or not. Despite the upset, Camden Market

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which has over a thousand stalls and shops, said it's open

:26:49.:26:54.

for business as usual. They will try to find alternative

:26:55.:26:56.

retail space for those affected. It's massive, magic,

:26:57.:26:59.

manic Monday at Wimbledon as the tournament enters

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it's second week. All 32 remaining singles players

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feature today and that means both Andy Murray and Johanna Konta

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are on court. Our Sports Correspondent

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David Ornstein reports. And wait among thousands

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for whom today is unmissable. I came out Friday

:27:11.:27:29.

about seven o'clock. The wristband grants

:27:30.:27:36.

you entry and that is Because this is a day

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like no other in tennis, all 16 fourth-round matches played

:27:42.:27:48.

over the coming hours, I think if you're a spectator this

:27:49.:27:51.

is the best day of the two weeks. I always recommend people come

:27:52.:27:58.

on this Monday because you see the cream of the crop,

:27:59.:28:01.

the 16s on both sides. For the men and women

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the first week is a week where you are just

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trying to get through. Now the business begins

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and you can see that, the look of the players,

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everyone knows it is now coming down to the crunch and it

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makes it very exciting. Hoping to be there until the end

:28:19.:28:21.

of that week is Johanna Konta, British number one

:28:22.:28:24.

and remarkably now And after coming through against

:28:25.:28:25.

Fabio Fognini on Friday, Andy Murray also now faces a French

:28:26.:28:32.

player, Benoit Paire. If he and Konta win,

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Britain will have a man and a woman in the Wimbledon quarterfinals

:28:36.:28:38.

for the first time since 1973. And David joins us live

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from Wimbledon now. It is not just the British players

:28:44.:28:55.

in action, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, wingers Williams, Nadal,

:28:56.:28:59.

they are also here today -- Venus Williams. Andy Murray's former coach

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is with us. What about the men's side? Maybe the best day of the two

:29:08.:29:14.

weeks, and we are lucky, we have the big four in action. Murray and

:29:15.:29:20.

Djokovic will be all right but the others are in for a battle, Federer

:29:21.:29:28.

against Dimitrov. And Nadal in his match will stop all eyes are on

:29:29.:29:35.

Johanna Konta? It is a lot of pressure for her to do with them at

:29:36.:29:39.

the door is wide open, Jia 's been playing some great tennis. I have

:29:40.:29:44.

commentated on some of her matches -- she has been playing some great

:29:45.:29:52.

tennis will stop tips for the title? I will go with Nadal, and I will

:29:53.:29:56.

also jump on the bandwagon and go for Johanna Konta. The weather is

:29:57.:30:01.

good and the action is underway and it will be fascinating and by the

:30:02.:30:04.

end of the day we have the quarterfinal line-ups complete and

:30:05.:30:09.

there might be two British players in it. We will see.

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Time for a look at the weather, here's Ben Rich.

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Much more changeable through the week ahead, some real ups and downs

:30:16.:30:20.

in the forecast. One thing heading down is the temperature, some cooler

:30:21.:30:25.

days and fresher nights too, especially in the south where it has

:30:26.:30:30.

been so warm and humid. Some rain at times, but still some spells of

:30:31.:30:33.

sunshine and there has been sunshine so far today, that is a picture from

:30:34.:30:39.

Shetland. The shower clouds have been building further east and west

:30:40.:30:45.

and we have had some big showers and thunderstorms that have affected the

:30:46.:30:49.

near continent and there has been flooding in Paris because of the

:30:50.:30:53.

thunderstorms. Some of them had been very close to the south-east of

:30:54.:30:58.

England. We will grow some of our own thunderstorms, through East

:30:59.:31:00.

Anglia and the south-east, scattered downpours. Further west, a fair

:31:01.:31:05.

amount of cloud but a fair amount of sunshine. The best for Scotland will

:31:06.:31:11.

be around coastal areas. Similar story for Northern Ireland. It is a

:31:12.:31:16.

fairly cool and fresh feel to the weather. Some sunny spells in

:31:17.:31:24.

England. And for Wales and the South West, temperatures between 15-19 and

:31:25.:31:31.

a mixture of sunshine and cloud but a there could be some quite poor

:31:32.:31:36.

travelling conditions if you catch some of the rain and there could be

:31:37.:31:40.

a shower at Wimbledon. As we go through the evening, some of the

:31:41.:31:43.

showers will continue, for the rush-hour in the south-eastern

:31:44.:31:47.

areas, some tricky travelling conditions and then through the

:31:48.:31:50.

night across England and Wales things will cloud over and there

:31:51.:31:54.

will be patchy rain, but largely dry in Scotland and Northern Ireland. We

:31:55.:32:01.

have not seen a area of low pressure for one, but this is coming and it

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is hard to work out its exact track, it may go further north and there is

:32:10.:32:12.

some uncertainty over how much rain we will get. It will turn

:32:13.:32:15.

increasingly wet for some areas tomorrow. Northern Ireland mixture

:32:16.:32:21.

of sunshine and showers. Where ever you are, the cooler and fresher feel

:32:22.:32:25.

will be apparent. The area of low pressure will feel through -- will

:32:26.:32:30.

move through the southern half of the country and then it will clear

:32:31.:32:33.

away, and not a bad day on Wednesday, spells of sunshine. But

:32:34.:32:38.

it will feel decidedly cool poster North Sea coasts, and even further

:32:39.:32:44.

west, 19-20 is the best we can expect. Thursday looks like we will

:32:45.:32:49.

have a band of showers working from west to east and Friday should be a

:32:50.:32:53.

largely Friday. Quite a changeable we get -- a largely dry day. The

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temperatures heading down, it is a cooler feel on the way.

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A reminder of our main story this lunchtime:

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The High Court is to hear fresh medical evidence in the case

:33:07.:33:09.

His parents hope it will mean he can try experimental treatment

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That's all from the BBC News at One. So it's goodbye from me.

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And on BBC One, we now join the BBC's news teams where you are.

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