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Ireland's new Prime Minister shows frustration at the pace

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of Brexit talks, saying "the clock is ticking".

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On his first official visit to Northern Ireland,

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Leo Varadkar warns against economic barriers between the UK and Ireland,

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At a time when Brexit threatens to drive a wedge between North and

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We need to build more bridges and fewer borders.

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The future of the Irish border is a key part

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of talks with Brussels, but the Taioseoch says so far,

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We'll have the latest from Belfast and Westminster.

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President Trump dismisses allegations of Russian links

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with his election campaign as "total fabrication".

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BA warns holidaymakers of delays at European airports,

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ahead of one of the busiest travel weekends of the summer.

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Football star Neymar, is unveiled at his new club,

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but can any player be worth close to ?200 million?

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And the drama school producing some of Britain's best black actors.

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We talk to Star Wars' John Boyega, about fame and success.

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There's a purpose and a value, making others see

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You've got to break glass ceilings to do that.

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And coming up later in the hour in BBC News,

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in World Athletics Sportsday, we will look forward to the

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first day of competition at the London Stadium,

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Good evening, and welcome to the BBC News at Six.

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Ireland's Prime Minister, Leo Varadkar, says Britain must soon

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address, the key issue of the status of the Irish border after Brexit,

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He says he doesn't want economic barriers, between Britain

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and Ireland, and is calling for 'unique solutions,' to preserve

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After Brexit, Ireland will have the EU's only

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Our Ireland Correspondent Chris Buckler reports.

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Leo Varadker crossed the Irish border for the first time

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as Ireland's Prime Minister to set out his concerns about what could

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He arrived in Belfast having upset unionists with recent

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But inside Queens University today, the new Taoiseach was keen to talk

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At a time when Brexit threatens to drive a wedge

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between North and South, between Britain and Ireland,

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we need to build more bridges and fewer borders.

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He is a Taioseoch of a new generation.

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The referendum over the Good Friday Agreement

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marked the first time he was eligible to vote.

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He said the challenge of this generation is Brexit and again

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he challenged those he called the Brexiteers to come up

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with proposals to ease the problems posed by new borders.

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They have already had 14 months to do so, which should have been

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ample time to come up with detailed proposals.

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But if they cannot, and I believe they cannot,

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then we can start to talk meaningfully about solutions that

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For example, if the United Kingdom doesn't want to stay

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in the customs union, perhaps there can be an EU UK

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And if it was to end up being a so-called hard Brexit,

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no one is sure how trade and movement could be monitored,

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along a border which has scores of open roads.

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When people talk about the Irish border of the past, they tend

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to refer to the years of The Troubles, when huge security

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This is actually the dividing line between the countries,

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There's going to be some form of border because the UK won't want

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people going into the South of Ireland and using it

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I've never seen before, you know, I was too young.

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I didn't see the border but I can imagine that it won't be good.

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But there are some unionists in Northern Ireland who feel that the

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Taioseoch is interfering and even scaremongering. There is no binary

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solution, and language like hard Brexiteers does not work for

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anybody. Leo Varadkar knows there

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are many interests. A Brexit deal that's good for the UK

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is likely to be important on both Chris Buckler, BBC News,

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Northern Ireland. Let's speak to our political

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correspondent Alex Forsyth who's Alex, what have the British

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government been saying? Is there any response from them?

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There is recognition that Brexit could have a significant impact on

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Ireland because of the unique circumstances. It will have the own

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the land border between the UK and the EU and there was a sense of

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frustration from the Irish Prime Minister at what he sees as a lack

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of progress on this issue, but the British government says they have

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been working on this poor year and I have had discussions with the

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European Union -- working on this for a year and they have had

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discussions. They say they want frictionless trade and no hard

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border but what is not clear is how exactly to get there. We had

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suggestions from the Irish Prime Minister, a bespoke custom stale,

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but that would cause concern about Brexiteers worried about how that

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will affect UK's ability to do trade deals with other countries. What

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matters is how the UK Government is having to balance competing views

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and demands in Westminster, in Ireland and with 26 other EU

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countries, and the government says this issue is a priority, but

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putting something at the tub at the list doesn't make it any easier to

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resolve. -- the top of the list. Alex, thanks for joining us.

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Donald Trump is coming under increasing pressure,

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over allegations that members of his campaign team,

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colluded with Russia in last year's US Presidential election.

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The special prosecutor investigating the claims,

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has convened a Grand Jury, which is a first step to bringing

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The President has always denied the allegations,

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telling supporters last night they're 'a total fabrication'.

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Our North America Editor Jon Sopel reports.

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Donald Trump! Donald Trump is never happier than when he is out of

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Washington, this is where he belongs. An adoring crowd in West

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Virginia, the problems of Russia, collusion, special councils and

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grandeur is a long way from these country roads. The Russia story is a

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total fabrication. It is just an excuse for the greatest loss in the

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history of American politics. That's all it is. He didn't mention the

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special counsel by name, but had him in your sights when he said this. I

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just hope that the final determination is a truly honest one.

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A grand jury is made up of members of the public meeting behind closed

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doors to consider the evidence that has been gathered. They can force

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people to testify and to hand over evidence, and they will decide

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whether the material is Tom enough to proceed to a criminal trial but

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crucially they don't decide if a potential defendant is innocent or

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guilty, that is done by a conventional jury. Of course it

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might be that the grandeur really meeting at this courthouse will come

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to the conclusion that the evidence doesn't add up to much and there is

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no need for further action, but the fact that a grand jury has been

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called is a sign that this investigation is intensifying and

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will last a good deal longer yet. And the other worry for the Trump

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entourage is the scope of the inquiry, that it will spread, and

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that is a source of you're in, and another is the endless damaging and

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revealing links from within the administration and today the

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Attorney General announced a new crackdown. This nation must end this

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cultural leaks and we will investigate and seek to bring

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criminals to justice and we will not allow rogue anonymous sources with

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security clearances to sell out our country. The president today visited

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the Federal emergency centre to look at plans for dealing with

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hurricanes, it is hurricane season, and with these grand jury one could

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soon be barrelling towards Donald Trump. -- with this grand jury.

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Health chiefs in the north west of England say they've found

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suitable accommodation for a severely disturbed teenager

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whose plight prompted a senior judge to speak out about the state

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of mental health provision in the UK.

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The teenager, known only as Girl X, is due too be

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released from a secure unit, later this month.

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But until today, no care had been made available for her.

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Our Home Affairs Correspondent Danny Shaw is here.

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The latest is that the bed has been found for the girl and she is likely

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to be released in ten days, but the concern was that if she was freed

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into the community she would attempt to kill herself within 24-48 hours,

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such as the severity of the mental health problems that she has. The

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advice from experts was that she needs to be sent to a therapeutic

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environment, where she can be cared for, for between a year and 18

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months, but no bed could be found. And the head of the family courts in

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England and Wales Sir James Munby was scathing yesterday in his

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assessment of provision and said that he felt ashamed and embarrassed

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at the fact that nothing could be done for this girl. That appears to

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have spurred the authorities into taking action because tonight we

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have had a statement from NHS England sank after extensive

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assessments bed has been found in a safe and appropriate care setting

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which will meet the needs of the girl and the bed will be available

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before her release date. It has to be approved by the court and I

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understand the hearing will take place on Monday but it raises

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questions for the why has it prompted the intervention from a

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senior judge for this to happen, and how many other cases that we don't

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know about are there? Danny, thanks for joining us.

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A British computer expert, who helped stop a worldwide cyber

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attack which hit the NHS, is to appear in court America,

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Marcus Hutchins, who's 23 and from Devon, will face

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a judge in Las Vegas, accused of six counts of creating

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and distributing malware, to steal bank details.

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Four members of a police helicopter crew, accused of filming naked

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sunbathers and a couple having sex, have been cleared of

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They argued that it was another member of their team

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who filmed people and they were not present

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PC Pogmore has admitted misconduct in a public office.

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He's become the most expensive player in the history of football.

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Brazilian star player Neymar has completed a record ?200 million

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transfer deal with Paris Saint-Germain.

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But speaking to our Sports News Correspondent Richard Conway,

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he insisted it's not all about the money.

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Neymar, finally in Paris with the ball and the world at his feet.

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At ?200 million, his transfer from Barcelona

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And when his wages are included the total bill

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The Brazilian star told me today he has followed his heart

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Lots of people saying that perhaps you are doing this for the money.

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TRANSLATION: I did not come over here for the money.

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I came here for the motivation, the challenge, and the challenges.

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In Paris this morning, fans were happy to part with their cash.

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Hundreds of them queued for hours to buy the new Neymar shirt.

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The club is backed by the country of Qatar's vast wealth.

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But its president thinks he's bagged a bargain.

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I would love to see in one year if it is too much or not.

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Today, until now, just in five hours, we sold already merchandise

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Neymar has been a star for both club and country from a young age.

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But critics of this megadeal point to the vast sums involved

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and there are questions over whether he is merely

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a pawn in Qatar's efforts to spread its influence

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The man at the centre of it all, though, insists

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What will be success to you at this club,

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How would you say that you have made it here,

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The titles, I came over here to make history.

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PSG want Neymar to spark a new sporting revolution for them.

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And leaving the stadium tonight, he was greeted

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Ireland's new Prime Minister warns against economic barriers

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between the UK and Ireland, that he says would harm everyone.

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I'm at the London stadium for the World Athletics Championships and

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tonight Mo Farah will attempt to win the 10,000 metre final for the third

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consecutive time. Coming up in Sportsday on BBC News,

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England's cricketers in trouble at Old Trafford with wickets falling

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on the opening day of the fourth They're young, British,

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and taking on Hollywood. A new generation of black actors,

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including John Boyega in the blockbuster Star Wars,

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have been trained at the Identity Established in 2003,

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it now boasts a roster of talent, The British Film Institute has

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identified a lack of diversity Colleen Harris has been to meet some

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of the school's stars that are trying to break

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the industry's glass ceiling. They're some of the British faces

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breaking into Hollywood - an industry under scrutiny

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over its lack of diversity. Before hitting the big time

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with Star Wars, John Boyega began his career at the Identity

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School of Acting - then a small I went to see the school

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and to meet John. It's a family environment

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identity, but at the same time there's

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a discipline that kind of mirrors what it's

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like in the industry

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after being in it now. So they teach you what

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it's like to work. How much about what you do

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is about breaking glass ceilings? And there's purpose

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in everything, I feel there is a value in making others

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see themselves in a better way. You have got to break

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glass ceilings to Today, it's thriving and open

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to all, but the school opened 14 years ago

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as Britain's first Its founder Femi Oguns also set up

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an agency with it to For me, rather than

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join the chorus of complaint, I decided,

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you know what, we need to do something about

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and this is something we developed in the school.

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We developed this whole sense of worth.

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You have to celebrate your sense of purpose and

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you have to realise that you the architect

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Another identity graduate, Letitia Wright, will

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soon appear in cinemas in the new Marvel Black

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She says the school instills a sense of confidence and self-belief.

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We went into audition rooms not looking at the colour of our skin,

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but looking at our talent and I remember when I

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was the only black girl in the room, but I never

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felt inferior, I felt I

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had something to offer and the role turned

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from a Caucasian girl to a

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black girl, because our agents made that fight to say, why not?

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That attitude helped launch Malachi Kirby.

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His portrayal of Kunta Kinte in the Roots

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remake has been highly praised by critics.

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My way of fighting is through my art.

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By not accepting that there are roles that for one won't

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be given to me and there's like stories that I want to tell and

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there are stories that I believe I know how to tell and they're not

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Capitalising on its talent, 60% of Identity's clients are now working

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But here the work continues and John Boyega

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It hasn't been easy and we fought for this and now we are here

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and we are ready to expand through drama schools, other means,

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expand the opportunity to others and that's

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A movement that's nurturing the next Hollywood success.

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Airlines are urging British holiday-makers at European airports

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to allow extra time to get through security and passport

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It's one of the busiest times of the year and Ryanair

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is suggesting there could be queues of up to three hours.

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The EU has been struggling to impliment tighter security controls.

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British Airways and Easyjet have also been issuing travel advice.

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Dan over to you. Yes, the thing is, Clive, there are not queues every

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where and there are not delays all the time. I have spoke to loads of

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passengers who arrived back in Britain without a problem. That is

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why it is difficult to predict the issues. That is why airlines are

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reminding passengers to be at airports in time. Some people have

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missed flights. The new security checks were brought in after the

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attacks in Europe. The point is to stop terrorists and criminals

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getting on flights. But it means checking every passenger against

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more security databases and that is taking longer. There are expected to

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be delays this weekend, because it is very busy and the pressure's

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grown as we have got towards holiday time. In the next two days it is

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thought 10 million passengers will travel through European airports.

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Thank you for that. Residents who survived

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the Grenfell Tower disaster had their final chance today

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to submit ideas for the scope and remit of the public

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inquiry into the tragedy. It's expected there'll be

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hundreds of suggestions, but there are still fears

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the inquiry won't be Our Home Affairs Correspondent

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Tom Symonds reports. Day after day the names of Grenfell

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victims are confirmed. This man, the chairman

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of Grenfell Tower inquiry, Sir Martin Morre-Bick has to answer

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those questions, but when he asked the

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community what other topics he could consider,

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he got a rough ride. This I why it is so

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important to get the terms of reference right

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and for you to tell me We did and then you

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dismissed them on TV. I think you mis-remembered

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what I said. Thomasina has been in a hotel

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since the fire, caught between her old life before Grenfell

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and an unknown new one. This is what she wants

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from the inquiry. Well the community, we need

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specific answers so we can We need that closure

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to start healing, but the underlining issues, social housing,

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fire regulations, building regulations, the idea that

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the government are putting profits before people, these

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are nationwide issues. The judge has to achieve a balance

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between those wider issues, potentially a huge task,

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and simply explaining the fire, Next week, he will make his private

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recommendations to the Two weeks from now,

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she is expected to make public her decisions on the inquiry's remit

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and she has the final decision. In September, the inquiry's

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due to begin work and within a year,

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the Chairman says he will

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produce an interim report. It is the judge's job of course

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to find the facts of this tragedy, but the police will

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have to prosecute anyone responsible and it's likely their job

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will take priority, which means if there

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are prosecutions the inquiry

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could be delayed. But keeping the community on side

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could be one of his biggest There is a lot of anger,

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a lot of emotion and I entirely understand why it should be,

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so we are going to continue The community has a right to be

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part of the process. That does not compromise

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impartiality at all. This was one of the

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world's worst tower block fires in modern times, now

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struggle for an explanation begins. It's the first day of England's

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final cricket test against South Africa at Old Trafford,

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with the England skipper Joe Root's innings taking him

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beyond 5,000 test runs. He's the third youngest

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player to do so. And in the last few

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minutes, Ben Stokes also Moments ago England were 252-6 and

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need just a draw to win the series. In the next half hour,

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the World Athletics Championships will get under way in London,

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and tonight the sell-out crowd will see Usain Bolt run

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in the 100 metre heats, in his last competitive

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tournament before retiring. Mo Farah's also running

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in the 10,000 metre finals. Well Natalie Pirks is

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at the London Stadium. Good evening. Good evening. It is

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five years to the day since that wall of sound here on so

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super-Saturday in the Olympics. Organisers hope the fans will

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replicate that atmosphere. Mo Farah says that was the moment he career

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took off. And this will be his penultimate appearance. Has it

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really been five years? Mo Fara for Britain it is gold. The greatest

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night in British athletics, capped off by the run of Mo's life. Back

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tonight he will begin his long goodbye. I'm so excited. Gutted it

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is his last one. But I'm glad I'm here. He never gives up and he tries

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to encourage others. Couldn't sleep last night. The third time we have

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seen him. Can't wait. In a post Olympics year results often dip and

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the target of at least six medals was set before Greg Rutherford

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pulled out. Expectations may need to be managed. Anybody's in the top

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five or six of these Championships, we should celebrate. Because it is

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going to be difficult to get on that podium. So I'm keeping my fingers

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crossed we can sneak a couple of medals. I'm counting about five. If

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we do, we have done a good job. The British anthem may not be played as

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much as we like, but one anthem we won't hear - Russia is still banned

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following evidence of state-sponsored doping. 19 Russians

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will be competing as neutral. This competitor is confident fans will

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know their heritage. Everybody who is coming to compete in London from

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Russia, we know where we are from and everybody knows that we are a

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team. It doesn't matter which flag they will see in the stadium. So

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inside and I'm sure all spectators know where we are from. So Mo might

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be the highlight, but he is not the only one saying goodbye. Usain Bolt

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will run-in the heats of 100 metres before his last ever individual

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final tomorrow. From the 10,000 metres to just 10 seconds, blink and

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we'll miss them. The reason the noise has gone up, Britain's women's

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relay team have accepted an upgraded silver and two bronze medals from

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past World Championships. Christine Ohurougu is now Britain's most

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decorated track and field athlete. The noise will only go up thurt as

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the night goes on. Time for a look at the weather,

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here's Stav Danaos. A bit of weather for the athletics

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coming up. The pressure chart, this low pressure has brought us a lot of

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showers and windy weather has been moving away. This feature moving in

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will bring some heavy showers to central parts of the UK through

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Saturday. Before that point, a lot of showers will fade away tonight.

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By the end of the night that cluster of showers is in western areas,

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particularly in Wales. Saturday starts off bright in central and

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eastern areas. But the showers across Wales will move into the

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Midlands and eastern parts and some may be heavy with thunder and gusty

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winds. Some sunshine for the athletics tomorrow, but there could

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be the odd shower in the afternoon. The showers clear away into the

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evening and for many areas high pressure builds in and it will be a

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chilly night. There is the high pressure that builds in during

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Saturday night. But we have this feature that will move in to bring

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wet and windy weather to Northern Ireland and western Scotland. Away

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from the north-west corner, Sunday is the better day of the weekend,

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dry with light winds and some sunshine and feeling pleasant in the

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south-east. That weather front sinks south-east wards during Monday and

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doesn't reach the far south-east until later on. It will remain

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showery and breezy with sunshine. We are starting next week on that

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showery note and midweek on high pressure comes in and drier and

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brighter. Thank you. Our top story: Ireland's new Prime Minister has

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