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going back to the point raab asked. going back to the point you made, mo, michael gove, housing, communities, local government, a critical portfolio, although it is at entry—level — in terms of seniority. michael gove, one of the biggest beasts in thejohnson government, yet he's been given this portfolio. why? government, yet he's been given this portfolio- why?— portfolio. why? well, i think it's because housing _ portfolio. why? well, i think it's because housing and _ portfolio. why? well, i think it's because housing and planning i portfolio. why? well, i think it's. because housing and planning are actually— because housing and planning are actually quite big priorities now, and they— actually quite big priorities now, and they will be increasingly so. the planning reforms that the government has been trying to get through— government has been trying to get through have not really worked. a lot of— through have not really worked. a lot of opposition from conservative backbenchers to them. the country does _ backbenchers to them. the country does need — backbenchers to them. the country does need to build more houses, so michael gove is somebody who was given— michael gove is somebody who was given a _ michael gove is somebody who was given a big — michael gove is somebody who was given a big problem and told to go away— given a big problem and told to go away and — given a big problem and told to go away and try and deal with it. he's
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-ot away and try and deal with it. he's got good _ away and try and deal with it. he's got good relationships with party base as — got good relationships with party base as well as his experience of having _ base as well as his experience of having worked in many different government departments. i think on the face _ government departments. i think on the face of— government departments. i think on the face of it, you're right, it does — the face of it, you're right, it does sound like a demotion. that's why i_ does sound like a demotion. that's why i thihk— does sound like a demotion. that's why i think it was dressed up slightly with giving him the leveling up. that gives him space to perhaps— leveling up. that gives him space to perhaps interfere with other departments. another big challenge that the _ departments. another big challenge that the government is facing, particularly with the snp green coatition— particularly with the snp green coalition and narratives around another— coalition and narratives around another independence referendum. in fact, i_ another independence referendum. in fact, i would argue going to become one of— fact, i would argue going to become one of the _ fact, i would argue going to become one of the more important departments within whitehall. turning to the guardian, pm's ruthless reefer shuffle lays ground for next election. —— reshuffle. that portfolio of employers with liz
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truss. only the second woman to hold that the job, that's dreadful a pillow only the second since margaret. itjust goes to show that these big margaret. it “ust goes to show that these bi u, ., , , , ., margaret. it “ust goes to show that these bi u, ., ,, , ., ., these big “obs, they roll on. there hasn't these big jobs, they roll on. there hasn't been _ these big jobs, they roll on. there hasn't been a _ these big jobs, they roll on. there hasn't been a woman _ these big jobs, they roll on. there hasn't been a woman for- these big jobs, they roll on. there hasn't been a woman for all... - these big jobs, they roll on. there l hasn't been a woman for all... i was just listening earlier on to your broadcast about the helsinki rage room in finland, a safe place to go invent frustration. i think it might be quite useful!— be quite useful! laughter do ou be quite useful! laughter do you think _ be quite useful! laughter do you think dominic- be quite useful! laughter do you think dominic raab| be quite useful! laughter - do you think dominic raab went in there and then came out and said, right, i'm deputy prime minister.
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would you have advised him to have sort of thrown his toys out like that? ~ 4' sort of thrown his toys out like that? ~ ~ . ., , that? well, i think it certainly happened _ that? well, i think it certainly happened before. _ that? well, i think it certainly happened before. there - that? well, i think it certainly| happened before. there tends that? well, i think it certainly i happened before. there tends to that? well, i think it certainly - happened before. there tends to be a whiteboard _ happened before. there tends to be a whiteboard in numberten happened before. there tends to be a whiteboard in number ten where the prime _ whiteboard in number ten where the prime minister decides who he wants. it prime minister decides who he wants. it doesn't _ prime minister decides who he wants. it doesn't always end up looking like it— it doesn't always end up looking like it did — it doesn't always end up looking like it did. you will have people who will— like it did. you will have people who will fight for theirjobs and will try— who will fight for theirjobs and will try and make the case to the prime _ will try and make the case to the prime minister about all the good work that— prime minister about all the good work that they are doing. i think when _ work that they are doing. i think when you're in that position, your instinct— when you're in that position, your instinct kickstand. i think if i was his adviser, _ instinct kickstand. i think if i was his adviser, i would've told him to nrake the — his adviser, i would've told him to make the case to see what more you can get— make the case to see what more you can get -- _ make the case to see what more you can get —— instinct kicks in. perhaps _ can get —— instinct kicks in. perhaps the foreign secretary, you don't _ perhaps the foreign secretary, you don't always see. it's not all public, _ don't always see. it's not all public, so _ don't always see. it's not all public, so reminding him. it is that
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person. _ public, so reminding him. it is that person. but— public, so reminding him. it is that person, but also, and i was wrong, the advisers — person, but also, and i was wrong, the advisers that work for these people — the advisers that work for these people lose theirjobs as well. you do have _ people lose theirjobs as well. you do have something about trying to nrake a _ do have something about trying to make a case to be kept in an this idea _ make a case to be kept in an this idea of— make a case to be kept in an this idea of the — make a case to be kept in an this idea of the level you are working at. idea of the level you are working at by— idea of the level you are working at by the — idea of the level you are working at. by the way, a massive department lots of— at. by the way, a massive department lots of things can deal with. but do you need _ lots of things can deal with. but do you need something else to make it feel a _ you need something else to make it feel a bit— you need something else to make it feel a bit less of an emotion, even though that's what it is.— though that's what it is. we're coin: though that's what it is. we're auoin to though that's what it is. we're going to move _ though that's what it is. we're going to move onto _ though that's what it is. we're going to move onto another i though that's what it is. we're i going to move onto another story before we end. us, uk and australia signed deal to tackle china. the plan is to give australia nukes on marines. i plan is to give australia nukes on marines. ,, ., plan is to give australia nukes on marines-- -- _ plan is to give australia nukes on marines.- -- nukes - plan is to give australia nukes on - marines.- -- nukes summaries. marines. i know. -- nukes summaries. that's going — marines. i know. -- nukes summaries. that's going to — marines. i know. -- nukes summaries. that's going to make _ marines. i know. -- nukes summaries. that's going to make the _ marines. i know. -- nukes summaries. that's going to make the chinese - that's going to make the chinese quake. d0 that's going to make the chinese ruake. . , that's going to make the chinese ruake. ., , ., , that's going to make the chinese ruake. . , ., , .,
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quake. do we really need any more nuclear powered _ quake. do we really need any more nuclear powered anything - quake. do we really need any more nuclear powered anything in - quake. do we really need any more nuclear powered anything in this i nuclear powered anything in this world? anyway, i was listening to the prime minister talking about it, and greater minds than mind have decided this is a good idea. ma. and greater minds than mind have decided this is a good idea. m0, is is it a signal— decided this is a good idea. m0, is is it a signal that _ decided this is a good idea. m0, is is it a signal that the _ decided this is a good idea. m0, is is it a signal that the world is - is it a signal that the world is coming together, the free world is coming together, the free world is coming together, the free world is coming together, in the shape of britain, australia and america? china extending into the south... basically be able to do what you want, and amps going to come to an end. i want, and amps going to come to an end. ~ . �* , ., , end. i think that's what it is, democracies _ end. i think that's what it is, democracies coming - end. i think that's what it is, | democracies coming together end. i think that's what it is, - democracies coming togetherjust to show some strength against these threats— show some strength against these threats that they perceive. coming from china, — threats that they perceive. coming from china, these have been in the works— from china, these have been in the works for quite a while. you have to look at _ works for quite a while. you have to look at this— works for quite a while. you have to look at this in— works for quite a while. you have to look at this in the context of what's — look at this in the context of what's happened over the last month
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orso what's happened over the last month or so in— what's happened over the last month or so in afghanistan, where the west led or so in afghanistan, where the west ted by— or so in afghanistan, where the west led by america had adopted reckless approaches. that has made a lot of people _ approaches. that has made a lot of people question the west's reliability, american reliability and military strength going forward. the focus _ and military strength going forward. the focus now seems to have shifted from wars _ the focus now seems to have shifted from wars like afghanistan to this threat, _ from wars like afghanistan to this threat, in — from wars like afghanistan to this threat, in the pacific area and the threat _ threat, in the pacific area and the threat from — threat, in the pacific area and the threat from china. so you may well see more _ threat from china. so you may well see more of— threat from china. so you may well see more of these measures and these actions _ see more of these measures and these actions coming up. how effective they will— actions coming up. how effective they will be and how the people in beijing _ they will be and how the people in beijing may respond is yet to be seen _ beijing may respond is yet to be seen. a, beijing may respond is yet to be seen. ~., . y beijing may respond is yet to be seen. a, ., , �*, beijing may respond is yet to be seen. ., , �*, , beijing may respond is yet to be seen. a, ., , �*, , ., seen. mo and penny, it's been great to have you — seen. mo and penny, it's been great to have you for— seen. mo and penny, it's been great to have you for our— seen. mo and penny, it's been great to have you for our first _ seen. mo and penny, it's been great to have you for our first addition - to have you for our first addition tonight. you will be back in a wee while to take a look at some of the main stories. that's it for the papers. goodbye for now.
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good evening. i'm gavin ramjaun, and this is the latest from the bbc sport centre. it's been goals galore in the champions league, with the two english clubs both involved in extraordinary games. at anfield, liverpool held off ac milan, eventually winning 3—2, whilst at the etihad, manchester city beat rb leipzig in a nine—goal thriller. our sports correspondent, natalie pirks, was watching a dramatic night. the liverpool faithful finally back for european nights at anfield. it looks like it was going to be a baptism of fire with an early goal. it could have got worse, but they missed a chance to double liverpool's lead. it was a let off that let malan back in the game.
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liverpool's dominance soon gave way to downright sloppiness. i have time p9p to downright sloppiness. i have time pep talk was needed and it clearly worked. jordan henderson to complete another memorable against the land. but the game caught fire and at 32, jock relationshipjust but the game caught fire and at 32, jock relationship just white city paid a record fee for him. i had trick made of 4—3. natalie pirks, bbc news. elsewhere, lionel messi, kylian mbappe, and neymar all started for psg, but this equaliser from bruges earned the belgian side an unlikely 1—1 draw.
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whilst real madrid left it late to find the only goal of the game against inter milan. rodrygo with the winner in group d. us gymnast simone biles has given an emotional testimony before the senate about abuse she suffered at the hands of disgraced former team doctor, larry nassar. former team—mates also appeared before the committee, along with fbi director christopher wray. the hearing is examining shortcomings in the fbi's investigation into nassar, who was later convicted of sexually abusing girls and sentenced to life in prison. our correspondent gary o'donoghue is in washington. it's in good incredibly powerful testimony from these four a least gymnast. —— elite. a sense of them feeling really let down by the system. they suffered horrific abuse as we know, but the system also didn't protect them. simone biles made it clear that her recent
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difficulties at the tokyo olympics, where she had to really draw from a number of events, those things were still haunting her now in trying to deal with the abuse. ! still haunting her now in trying to deal with the abuse.— deal with the abuse. i don't want another young — deal with the abuse. i don't want another young gymnast - deal with the abuse. i don't want another young gymnast or - deal with the abuse. i don't want another young gymnast or any i another young gymnast or any individuat— another young gymnast or any individual to experience the horror that i_ individual to experience the horror that i and — individual to experience the horror that i and hundreds of or have adored — that i and hundreds of or have adored -- _ that i and hundreds of or have adored —— endured. in the wake of the larry nassar abuse. to be clear, i the larry nassar abuse. to be clear, i btame _ the larry nassar abuse. to be clear, tbtame larry— the larry nassar abuse. to be clear, i blame larry nassar and i also btamem — i blame larry nassar and i also blame... an entire system that enabled — blame... an entire system that enabled and perpetrated his of use. that system she's referring to hasn't prosecuted anyone for the failings in the investigation. one spi agent lost theirjob, and another was allowed to retire. —— fbi agent. the director of the fbi
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said he was deeply sorry for the way the fbi had treated the victims. he said the conduct of the bureau had been inexcusable. the disgraced athletics coach alberto salazar has had his four—year suspension upheld by the court of arbitration for sport. the 63—year—old was banned two years ago for a series of doping violations by the us anti—doping agency but appealed against the decision. salazar ran the nike oregon project, where british four—time olympic champion mo farah used to train. farah has not been accused of doping, and left the project back in 2017. the world anti—doping agency is to review whether cannabis should remain on the list of banned substances. the american sprinter sha'carri richardson missed the tokyo olympics after testing positive for cannabis injune — she said she'd used it to help cope with the death of her mother, and wada say they've had numerous requests to look again at its status. the review will begin next year and cannabis will remain prohibited for the time being. pele has provided an update on his health, saying he feels ready for "90 minutes plus extra time"
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after leaving intensive care. the three—time world cup winner has had surgery to remove a tumour in his colon. he posted on social media, "i have already left the icu and i am in my room. we will be together soon." pele is brazil's all—time leading scorer and one of only four players to have scored in four world cups. europe's ryder cup captain padraig harrington has appointed the 2016 open champion henrik stenson as his fifth and final vice—captain for the contest, which begins on friday week at whistling straits in wisconsin. stenson has played in five cups, winning three times — in his last outing, in paris three years ago, he won three matches out of three. hejoins his fellow—swede robert karlsson, as well as luke donald, graeme mcdowell, and martin kaymer in the role. stenson said he accepted straightaway when he got the call. and that's all the sport for now. hello.
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autumn is now gently making its presence felt across the uk. the days are getting a little bit shorter, but we are seeing some decent sunshine this week, and there's some warmth in it still at this point in september. and that should make quite short work of our first autumn visitor, shall we say — increasing amounts of early morning mist and fog. there will be some, certainly i think first thing thursday, across northern england, parts of the midlands, wales, down into the west country. some early showers for the northeast of scotland, but come the afternoon, fairly widespread sunshine. more cloud, though, later in the day, getting into northern ireland and some rain. and that rain will be persistent and heavy at times for northern ireland through friday, as our weather front stalls to the west of the uk. it will bring some rain eventually to western scotland and down towards the southwest and for wales, as well. so, just the mid—teens where we've got the cloud and rain, still in the low—20s further east. it looks like the rain will become more widespread across england
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and wales through the weekend, perhaps somewhat drier for scotland and northern ireland.
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welcome to newsday, reporting live from singapore, i'm karishma vaswani. the headlines... a closer military alliance between the us, britain, and australia. president biden makes it clear where the focus will be. the future of each of our nations, and indeed, the world, depends on a free and open indo—pacific, and during and flourishing in the decades ahead. america's most decorated gymnast, simone biles, breaks down as she talks about the abuse she and her colleagues suffered at the hands of their team doctor. i blame larry nassar, and i also blame... ..an entire system that enabled and perpetrated his abuse. britain has a new foreign secretary
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— liz truss, who replaces

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