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final preparations are underway ahead of saturday's funeral for the duke of edinburgh. the ceremony at st george's chapel will be attended by a small group of close family and friends. many aspects of the funeral, including the music, were planned in advance by prince philip himself. russia is expelling ten us diplomats and blacklisting eight top american officials in response to sanctions imposed by washington on thursday. russia's foreign minister said moscow was also tightening restrictions on us diplomats travelling within russia. a weekend curfew has come into force into the indian capital, delhi, as coronavirus cases rise sharply in the city and across the country. only essential services remain open. shopping malls, gyms, bars and restaurants in the capital are closed.
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a woman who was arrested in connection with sarah everard's death has been arrested. her body was found hidden in an area of woodland in ashton, in kent. a police officer has been charged with her kidnap and murder. the woman, who was arrested at the same time on charges of assisting an offender, has been granted bail until earlyjune. 100 mps and peers have written to boris johnson asking him to intervene to help families access additional cannabis for their seriously ill children. the law was changed in november 2018 to allow health service doctors to prescribe the drug following
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the high—profile campaign. 0nly the high—profile campaign. only three prescriptions have been issued. many families are having to pay thousands of pounds for private treatment. the government says it is considering what further action it could take to broaden access to unlicensed cannabis based product. now on bbc news, our world presents hong kong: jimmy lai's last stand. and a warning: this film contains images of flash photography. jimmy lai — billionaire, activist and a staunch critic of beijing. he is the owner of apple daily, the only opposition newspaper in hong kong. he has never been afraid of speaking out. i kong. he has never been afraid of speaking out.— of speaking out. i am a born rabble. of speaking out. i am a born rabble- i _ of speaking out. i am a born rabble. i am _ of speaking out. i am a born rabble. i am a _ of speaking out. i am a born rabble. i am a rebellious- rabble. i am a rebellious character. he has been charged with breaking hong _ character. he has been charged with breaking hong kong's - character. he has been charged with breaking hong kong's new| with breaking hong kong's new national security law but he has been out on bail. ever
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since, he has given us unprecedented access. jimmy lai and his reporters fear they are living on borrowed time. i am afraid that — living on borrowed time. i am afraid that the _ living on borrowed time. i am afraid that the police - living on borrowed time. i am afraid that the police will - afraid that the police will come here again tomorrow, maybe tonight. come here again tomorrow, maybe toniaht. ., , tonight. china is tightening its un- tonight. china is tightening its grip on _ tonight. china is tightening its grip on the _ tonight. china is tightening its grip on the city. - tonight. china is tightening its grip on the city. fear. tonight. china is tightening its grip on the city. fear is| its grip on the city. fear is the most _ its grip on the city. fear is the most inexpensive - its grip on the city. fear is the most inexpensive and | the most inexpensive and convenient way of ruling people and controlling people. you must fear — and controlling people. you must fear some _ and controlling people. you must fear some things - . and controlling people. you must fear some things — for yourfamily, hong kong. for yourfamily, hong kong. for your loved ones. hong kong last summer. 200 police officers are raiding the
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newsroom of apple daily. they have arrested its owner, jimmy lai, undersuspicion have arrested its owner, jimmy lai, under suspicion of breaching hong kong's new national security law. beijing is sending a message to hong kong. the new law is silencing the protest movement. but, days later, small crowds are starting to gather outside a police station in hong kong. they are hoping to seejimmy lai's release, the icon of the pro—democracy movement. jimmy lai's supporters are not the only ones here. so are the press and the police. six hours
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on and there is still no sign ofjimmy lai, and there are fears that he could be sent to a prison in mainland china tonight. finally he is released on bail. a moment of open protest. then the police moved in. since the introduction of the new national security law, anyone could be investigated by the authorities — critics, protesters, even journalist like me. protesters, even “ournalist like me. ., protesters, even “ournalist like mat protesters, even “ournalist like met like me. come here! i am investigating _ like me. come here! i am
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investigating you! - like me. come here! i am investigating you! i - like me. come here! i am investigating you! i have l like me. come here! i am - investigating you! i have been re liortin investigating you! i have been reporting in — investigating you! i have been reporting in hong _ investigating you! i have been reporting in hong kong - investigating you! i have been reporting in hong kong sincel reporting in hong kong since 2016. the city has seen a dramatic change. in 2019, a controversial extradition bill brought thousands onto the streets in opposition to greater control from beijing. it sparked and often violent protest movement. the authorities condemned the protests. authorities condemned the protesta— protests. violence is not a solution — protests. violence is not a solution to _ protests. violence is not a solution to any _ protests. violence is not a solution to any problem. | solution to any problem. violence will only breed more violence, and at the end of the day, the whole of hong kong and the people will suffer as a result of the loss of law and order in hong kong. the bill was eventually _ order in hong kong. the bill was eventually withdrawn, l order in hong kong. the bill. was eventually withdrawn, but in 2020, beijing imposed a national security law on hong kong that criminalises estate subversion and colluding with foreign powers. the most
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high—profile arrests under it so far isjimmy lai. a month after he was released on bail, we met him at his house in kowloon. critics say thatjimmy lai is a traitor, an enemy of china. they say he is one of the masterminds of the 2019 protest movement and deserves to go to prison. do you think about the contrast between this and the prospect of living... in prison? _ prospect of living... in prison? this _ prospect of living... in prison? this isjust living my life peacefully. but if i am in jail, i am living a life meaningfully.- jail, i am living a life meaningfully. jail, i am living a life meaninifull ., , . meaningfully. jimmy lai was born in mainland _
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meaningfully. jimmy lai was born in mainland china - meaningfully. jimmy lai was born in mainland china but l meaningfully. jimmy lai was i born in mainland china but was smuggled into hong kong as a child. he started working in a sweatshop aged 12. by his 20s, he had built a fashion empire, becoming one of hong kong's richest tycoons. i becoming one of hong kong's richest tycoons.— richest tycoons. i come here with $1. richest tycoons. i come here with 31- i — richest tycoons. i come here with $1. i have _ richest tycoons. i come here with $1. i have got _ richest tycoons. i come here | with $1. i have got everything i have. �* , with $1. i have got everything ihave. �* , ., with $1. i have got everything ihave. , ., , with $1. i have got everything ihave. , ., i have. because of this place? the family. — i have. because of this place? the family, they _ i have. because of this place? the family, they are _ i have. because of this place? the family, they are very - the family, they are very supportive. a good business, a good life. i have really had a wonderful life. and all this place gave to me. if this is the payback time, this is my redemption. and to be in the redemption, redeeming yourself, is such a great feeling. bud is such a great feeling. and where do you see - is such a great feeling. and where do you see your- where do you see your role? where is mrjimmy lai's role in this? i where is mrjimmy lai's role in this? ., where is mrjimmy lai's role in this? . ., ., , , .,
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this? i am a born rabble. i am a rebellious _ this? i am a born rabble. i am a rebellious character, - this? i am a born rabble. i am a rebellious character, that i a rebellious character, that prompts me to react to things that i think are not right —— rebel. that i think are not right -- rebel. ., , ., rebel. you must fear some things- — rebel. you must fear some things- or— rebel. you must fear some things- or your _ rebel. you must fear some things- or your family, - rebel. you must fear some things- or your family, for| things— or your family, for hong things— or yourfamily, for hong kong, for your loved ones. yes, i do have fear. you are right. in1989,jimmy lai in 1989, jimmy lai watched from hong kong as china cracked down on the student led protest movement in beijing. within a year, he had moved into the media industry, and eventually set up apple daily, a brash tabloid critical of the chinese communist party. this man is a
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reporter on the features desk of apple daily. —— woman. like others, she has asked us not to use her real name. she started working at the paper because of its independent culture.- its independent culture. apple dail is its independent culture. apple daily is one — its independent culture. apple daily is one of _ its independent culture. apple daily is one of the _ its independent culture. apple daily is one of the very - its independent culture. apple daily is one of the very few - daily is one of the very few media that do not kowtow to the beijing authority. she media that do not kowtow to the beijing authority.— beijing authority. she is the ouniest beijing authority. she is the youngest at _ beijing authority. she is the youngest at the _ beijing authority. she is the youngest at the paper, - beijing authority. she is the l youngest at the paper, having only just graduated from university. herfirst only just graduated from university. her first taste of journalism was reporting on the protest movement for the student paper. i protest movement for the student paper.— protest movement for the student paper. i was taking video. student paper. i was taking video- it — student paper. i was taking video. it was _ student paper. i was taking video. it was a _ student paper. i was taking video. it was a tragedy - video. it was a tragedy happening again and again and again. a lot of people get hurt and they got shot by rubber bullets. ., .., , and they got shot by rubber bullets. ., .. , ,., bullets. you can see in some wa s bullets. you can see in some ways apple _ bullets. you can see in some ways apple daily _ bullets. you can see in some ways apple daily is _ bullets. you can see in some ways apple daily is much - bullets. you can see in some l ways apple daily is much more thanjust a newspaper. you can see how closely associated it is with the protest movement. amy has asked not to show her face. she is an investigative
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reporter who wants to show us what life is like as an apple daily journalist. what life is like as an apple dailyjournalist. you are not afraid of being filmed? i am afraid, afraid of being filmed? i am afraid. so — afraid of being filmed? i am afraid. so i— afraid of being filmed? i am afraid, so i am _ afraid of being filmed? i am afraid, so i am wearing - afraid of being filmed? i am afraid, so i am wearing a i afraid of being filmed? i am - afraid, so i am wearing a mask. also because of covid—19, but also i'm afraid. also because of covid-19, but also i'm afraid.— also i'm afraid. being an investigative _ also i'm afraid. being an investigative journalist l also i'm afraid. being an| investigative journalist at apple daily means sometimes taking some risks, but like her colleagues, she is worried about the reach of the new law. some topics we do not only the investigation team but also other colleagues' stories, may be very sensitive, maybe involve some difficult problems. so all of us in apple daily, we need courage —— some political problems. maybe you saw me lock my door, because i am afraid that the police will come here again tomorrow, maybe tonight. they canjust
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come here again tomorrow, maybe tonight. they can just find my information or my documents, whatever they want, so i have to lock up my door every time i leave, to be safe. we do not publish our byline in the reports, so i am afraid i am not ok to review what i am doing. i have to keep it a secret. i have to protect myself. secret. i have to protect myself-— secret. i have to protect m self. . , ,., myself. journalists are under increasing — myself. journalists are under increasing pressure - myself. journalists are under increasing pressure in - myself. journalists are under increasing pressure in hongl increasing pressure in hong kong. i am increasing pressure in hong kong. iamjoining increasing pressure in hong kong. i am joining apple daily photographer katie on china's national day. this time last year, hong kong saw some of the most violent demonstrations since the protest movement began. there have been calls for protest again today, but with the new national security law, it is unclear if anyone will come out. it
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law, it is unclear if anyone will come out.— law, it is unclear if anyone will come out. it seems that it is iuite will come out. it seems that it is quite peaceful— will come out. it seems that it is quite peaceful right - will come out. it seems that it is quite peaceful right now. i will come out. it seems that itj is quite peaceful right now. as there are a lot of police here, it seems that it is not possible for people to take any action. �* . , , action. activists start to appear- _ action. activists start to appear- it _ action. activists start to appear. it is _ appear. it is criticalto urge the world to keep - appear. it is criticalto urge the world to keep focused l appear. it is critical to urge i the world to keep focused on what is happening in hong kong. but every time a confrontation emerges, the police raise the blue flag. it is a warning to say they are about to use force. the heavy police presence means that people are having to find creative ways to show their anger at beijing's growing control over hong kong. some
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have even brought the apple daily newspaper. but it is difficult to know what will be interpreted as a breach of the new law. there are multiple arrests. some seem arbitrary. the police say protesters are inciting others to violate the national security law. you can use your _ national security law. you can use your eyes- _ national security law. you can use your eyes. look - national security law. you can use your eyes. look at - national security law. you can use your eyes. look at them. | national security law. you can | use your eyes. look at them. i don't believe they are protesters.— don't believe they are irotesters. . ., .,, protesters. among those detained — protesters. among those detained are _ protesters. among those detained are a _ protesters. among those detained are a family - detained are a family with young children. it detained are a family with young children.— detained are a family with young children. it is very sad to take a picture like this, you know? they don't look like protesters. they are just normal citizens. and it is a public holiday. it is totally unreasonable. the police search anyone they suspect of being a protester, especially the young. another ounl especially the young. another young boy _ especially the young. another young boyjust— especially the young. another young boyjust stopped. -
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especially the young. another young boyjust stopped. but l young boy 'ust stopped. but they also — young boyjust stopped. but they also target the press. young boyjust stopped. but i they also target the press. so ou can they also target the press. sr you can see that we are now stuck in the middle. we have police at two sides and we simply don't know why we are trapped here. tide simply don't know why we are trapped here-— simply don't know why we are trapped here. we are now late in the evening. _ trapped here. we are now late in the evening. it _ trapped here. we are now late in the evening. it is _ trapped here. we are now late in the evening. it is another i in the evening. it is another example of protesters and the police clashing again. by by the end of the day around 100 people have been arrested. it is fewer than last year but now the stakes are much higher. it is thursday morning and on the ground floor of apple daily
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jimmy lai is preparing for his live programme. he is still on bail yet he's speaking to prominent political figures on a weekly basis. i prominent political figures on a weekly basis.— prominent political figures on a weekly basis. i think freedom of speech _ a weekly basis. i think freedom of speech is — a weekly basis. i think freedom of speech is in _ a weekly basis. i think freedom of speech is in danger - a weekly basis. i think freedom of speech is in danger here - a weekly basis. i think freedom of speech is in danger here in l of speech is in danger here in hong kong. it of speech is in danger here in hong kong-— hong kong. it is a risky move liven hong kong. it is a risky move given that — hong kong. it is a risky move given that the _ hong kong. it is a risky move given that the vague - hong kong. it is a risky move given that the vague wording | hong kong. it is a risky move i given that the vague wording of the security law, it is unclear if talking to foreign politicians can land him in prison. politicians can land him in irison. ., ., ., , politicians can land him in irison. ., ., , prison. hong kong has become the become... _ prison. hong kong has become the become... for— prison. hong kong has become the become... forjimmy - prison. hong kong has become the become... forjimmy lai, i the become... forjimmy lai, the become... forjimmy lai, the fate _ the become... forjimmy lai, the fate of — the become... forjimmy lai, the fate of hong _ the become... forjimmy lai, the fate of hong kong - the become... forjimmy lai, the fate of hong kong rests i the fate of hong kong rests on the west? approach to china. he praises the hardline stance against the chinese communist party. against the chinese communist pa . ., ., against the chinese communist pa . . ~' , .,
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against the chinese communist party-_ with - against the chinese communist party-_ with the i party. thank you. 0k. with the presidential — party. thank you. 0k. with the presidential elections - party. thank you. 0k. with the presidential elections just - party. thank you. 0k. with the presidential elections just a - presidential elections just a few weeks away, apple daily is sending kt to cover the story. tonight he is reflecting on his year of covering the protests. it is very important that everyone, if they have a chance to look at these kind of pictures, they have to ask themselves why these youngsters have to go on to the street, why they have to do this, why they were there, but they are doing. they were there, but they are doini. �* , ., they were there, but they are doini. . i. ., doing. are you fearful apple daily could not exist when you come back from america? yes. i 'ust tried come back from america? yes. i just tried to _ come back from america? yes. i just tried to do _ come back from america? yes. i just tried to do my _ come back from america? yes. i just tried to do my job _ come back from america? yes. i just tried to do my job every - just tried to do myjob every day. treating it as the last day. treating it as the last day of working for apple daily. it is the day of the american
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presidential election. the results are coming in. jimmy lai is watching carefully. he believes the outcome of the election will have an in fact on hong kong. it election will have an in fact on hong kong.— on hong kong. it is nerve racking- _ on hong kong. it is nerve racking- it _ on hong kong. it is nerve racking. it is _ on hong kong. it is nerve racking. it is so _ on hong kong. it is nerve racking. it is so gross. i on hong kong. it is nerve| racking. it is so gross. but on hong kong. it is nerve - racking. it is so gross. but as the day unfolds, _ racking. it is so gross. but as the day unfolds, the - racking. it is so gross. but as the day unfolds, the results i the day unfolds, the results move in trump's favour. it has chanied move in trump's favour. it has changed a _ move in trump's favour. it has changed a lot. _ move in trump's favour. it has changed a lot. i— move in trump's favour. it has changed a lot. i am _ move in trump's favour. it has changed a lot. i am nervous. l move in trump's favour. it has l changed a lot. i am nervous. as the election _ changed a lot. i am nervous. as the election drummer _ changed a lot. i am nervous. as the election drummer is - changed a lot. i am nervous. as the election drummer is playingj the election drummer is playing out, news of another blow against press freedom in hong kong. among the wave of arrests is a television producer who is investigating alleged collusion between criminal gangs and the police. it has struck a chord
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with amy, a fellow investigative journalist. i with amy, a fellow investigative journalist. investigative “ournalist. i am reall investigative journalist. i am really shocked _ investigative journalist. i am really shocked and _ investigative journalist. i am really shocked and i - investigative journalist. i am really shocked and i am - investigative journalist. i —n really shocked and i am scared. yes, ijust broke down. because i believe in what i am doing. i do it not for myself... they are just trying to suppress us, i think, so it is really frustrating and really angry. and i believe they are just trying to suppress the press in hong kong. we have had a tipoff thatjimmy lai might be detained by the police later today so we return
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to kowloon to meet him. haifa to kowloon to meet him. how are you feeling? _ to kowloon to meet him. how are you feeling? pretty good. - to kowloon to meet him. how are you feeling? pretty good. i - you feeling? pretty good. i just finished exercising. taking a rest.— just finished exercising. taking a rest. just finished exercising. takini arest. ., . , . taking a rest. have a seat. he suspects _ taking a rest. have a seat. he suspects he — taking a rest. have a seat. he suspects he may _ taking a rest. have a seat. he suspects he may be _ taking a rest. have a seat. he suspects he may be kept - taking a rest. have a seat. he suspects he may be kept in i suspects he may be kept in overnight and is dressed accordingly. i overnight and is dressed accordingly.— overnight and is dressed accordinil . , , ,, , accordingly. i dress like this for it to be _ accordingly. i dress like this for it to be more _ accordingly. i dress like this | for it to be more convenient. accordingly. i dress like this l for it to be more convenient. i do not even have shoes with shoestring because they could take them off. i do not have a belt. , ., take them off. i do not have a belt. i. ~' take them off. i do not have a belt. i. ,, , belt. do you think it is possible _ belt. do you think it is possible that - belt. do you think it is possible that you - belt. do you think it is possible that you are l belt. do you think it is i possible that you are not released on bail? anything is lossible released on bail? anything is possible now _ released on bail? anything is possible now in _ released on bail? anything is possible now in hong - released on bail? anything is possible now in hong kong. ij possible now in hong kong. i just do not think about it in case your imagination can carry you to some really hopeless situation. fear is the most
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inexpensive and convenient way of ruling people and controlling people, if they can induce fear in you, that is the easiest way to control you, the cheapest and most effective way to control you and they know it and they are very good at it. 0urs after we finished filming, jimmy lai is charged with fraud and colluding with foreign powers and is denied bail. —— hours. this isjimmy lai mahmoud abbas last interview as a free man. a, mahmoud abbas last interview as
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a free man-— a free man. a lot of press today so _ a free man. a lot of press today so it _ a free man. a lot of press today so it is _ a free man. a lot of press today so it is better - a free man. a lot of press today so it is better to i a free man. a lot of press| today so it is better to get ready now. today so it is better to get ready nova— today so it is better to get ready now. katie isn't back from covering _ ready now. katie isn't back from covering the - ready now. katie isn't back from covering the us - ready now. katie isn't back i from covering the us election and has been assigned to cover the trial ofjimmy lai. ——kt is a back. how does it feel being backin a back. how does it feel being back in hong kong? it is great, it is great- _ back in hong kong? it is great, it is great. but _ back in hong kong? it is great, it is great. but the _ back in hong kong? it is great, it is great. but the news - back in hong kong? it is great, it is great. but the news every | it is great. but the news every day is a very sad so it is a kind of mixture of feeling. it seems like a totally different city right now. it seems like a totally different city right nova— city right now. it is not the honi city right now. it is not the hong kong _ city right now. it is not the hong kong we _ city right now. it is not the hong kong we are - city right now. it is not the hong kong we are used i city right now. it is not the hong kong we are used to | hong kong we are used to seeing. hong kong we are used to seeini. , , hong kong we are used to seeini., , , ., ,, ., seeing. jimmy is taken to the irison seeing. jimmy is taken to the prison van. — seeing. jimmy is taken to the prison van, in _ seeing. jimmy is taken to the prison van, in handcuffs. - seeing. jimmy is taken to the prison van, in handcuffs. byi prison van, in handcuffs. by lookini prison van, in handcuffs. by looking at his picture, he looks like he's committing some
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really serious crime. all the chains, handcuffed him, the chains, handcuffed him, the chains around his waist, it is like he's a murderer. i suppose we have the human rights protected under the basic law in hong kong but practically you do feel paranoid, you are frightened, you are so scared of getting the jail time. filmy of getting the “ail time. amy is tasked with — of getting the jail time. amy is tasked with documenting everyone arrested under the new law. 50 everyone arrested under the new law, ., , everyone arrested under the new law, ., i. ., everyone arrested under the new law. so many charged. i have two create — law. so many charged. i have two create more _ law. so many charged. i have two create more rows. - law. so many charged. i have two create more rows. apple | two create more rows. apple daily will be closed very soon.
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jimmy lai, he will be injail forthe jimmy lai, he will be injail for the rest of his life, so it is quite sad to me and also i think it is the price he takes and the burden he has taken for us and, actually, i am a bit guilty about it.— us and, actually, i am a bit guilty about it. according to bei'ini , guilty about it. according to beijing. the _ guilty about it. according to beijing, the charges - guilty about it. according to beijing, the charges against jimmy lai arteries in and the prosecutor has compared the seriousness of his crimes with murder. he now faces potential life imprisonment. in the last few days, jimmy lai has released an open letter to his journalists, telling them to stand tall.
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hello there. friday was another fine spring day, and we're going to continue with this dry theme throughout the weekend and perhaps into monday as well. some chilly mornings, yes, but it's not going to be quite as cold overnight nor during the day as it has been of late. we had some patchy cloud bubble up on friday, but the thicker cloud
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was towards the north—west of the uk and that brought rain in the north—west of scotland. that is fading away, mind you. the next weather system is going to be hanging out in the atlantic and we'll be dominated by high pressure that stretches down from scandinavia. it will be another cold start. a frost across parts of england and wales and eastern parts of scotland. a bit milder for north—west scotland and northern ireland, where we've got more of a breeze and some cloud for awhile. sunny start for many, any mist and fog soon lifting. some patchy cloud will bubble up here and there, but i think it will be a sunnier day on saturday through the midlands and eastern parts of england. and for much of the country temperatures will be a degree or two higher than they were doing yesterday, so making 11! to 15 degrees maybe a little bit more widely. into the evening and overnight, those temperatures will fall away quickly as skies start to clear, except in northern ireland and western scotland, where the weather fronts in the atlantic are moving in here to bring patchy rain and they keep the temperatures up. 0therwise some patchy frost, but not as cold as it has been during recent mornings. that weather front, then, hanging around out in the north—west bringing
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a bit of a change in the weather for some spots of scotland and northern ireland. but for england and wales, it remains fine and dry. it looks like it'll be cloudy with patchy and light rain for northern ireland and now it is more likely to be damp across western scotland. further east, it's going to be dry and bright with sunshine, and sunshine for england and wales and patchy cloud for wales and the south—west, and sunshine a bit hazy in eastern parts of england. through the midlands and eastern england, temperatures looking to reach 11! or 15 degrees, so it is warming up for these areas in particular. into monday, this rainjust doesn't want to move in across the uk. it's going to be sitting away from scotland so it looks dry here on monday. there'll be more sunshine across england and wales as well and those temperatures continuing to rise — up to around 16 or even 17 degrees, so it's warming up at long last. however, whilst we might see a little bit of rain coming in on tuesday into early wednesday, the winds then turn northerly by midweek and it gets colder again.
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example of protesters and the police clashing again.
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this is bbc news. i'm lewis vaughanjones with the latest headlines for viewers in the uk and around the world. final preparations for the funeral of the duke of edinburgh — a ceremony partly planned by the duke himself. we have a special report from ukraine, where tensions build. russian troops gather on the border. the diplomatic row between russia and the us intensifies. moscow orders ten american diplomats to pack up and leave. a weekend curfew comes into force in the indian capital, delhi, as coronavirus cases rise sharply in the city and across the country. the british actor helen mccrory, best known for her roles in the tv series peaky blinders and three
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harry potter films, has died of cancer at the age of 52.

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