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: media and will be a mixture of media and training, they will have their first training, they will have their first training session tomorrow afternoon and then a number of media interviews and in terms of build—up and atmosphere, not much in evidence at the moment around the place, we did seea at the moment around the place, we did see a couple scotland fans, many expected of the coming days and that massive, massive game against england here is scotland and england ta ke england here is scotland and england take off their world cup campaign on sunday. england, their opponents staying in the south of france, they will be confident going into the tournament ranked third in the world and they reach the semifinals for four years ago back in 2015, there are also in the group this year. speaking to one of the star players. this is the first training session, as they stepped off the plane here, it is also the same training space
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that scotland are using, so plenty of opportunity for the two sides to bump into each other as head of that french match on sunday here in the city. there is one playerfor whom the excitement around this whole term it really is palpable. she is out there now, the youngest member who was just 20 years of age, she grew up idolizing some of these players out here who now have team—mates and earlier she told us just being a part of this tournament and this world cup really means to her. it is a dream come true and i definitely would not want to be anywhere else and i'm kind of the generation that had role models were as the older generation didn't because it wasn't really a professional atmosphere then. and it is surreal to be here, it is hard to for me to describe but next sunday, i'm excited for the game, a lot of banter, team—mates that play for scotla nd banter, team—mates that play for scotland but hopefully we can get the results that we can get one up
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on them and we can get on. a spring in her step no doubt, but not all of the players were able to play a full pa rt the players were able to play a full part in this training session here. she had her leg heavily strapped, some of the training session on her own running to some individual drills, so certainly she is on to keep our eyes on and fully fit for the performance, it gets under way on the full coverage on the bbc. to the cricket world cup and there were two entertaining matches, the first saw andy and make their debut of the competition this year in front of a sell—out crowd and that no problems beating south africa by six wickets, patrick was watching the action. like all true stars, india turned up fashionably late. there was the most—watched team, but then south africa had not got started either. the play two games and lost them
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both. luring them into trouble again. for a both. luring them into trouble again. fora time, they both. luring them into trouble again. for a time, they completely lost their bearings, hypnotized into doing silly things by as a boy, india check, at measure 50 for seven, south africa had fewer moves left, he did his best to hoist them to 2027. a modest score in the face of this batting line—up which features two of the best batsman in the world. if just two of the best batsman in the world. ifjust for a two of the best batsman in the world. if just for a moment, two of the best batsman in the world. ifjust fora moment, south africa could be better. quentin produced it, a man of genius the coming to an act of genius. what followed was steadier, but for india, essential. planting his path to reassuring a slow century. by the time he done it, he nearly wanted. almost to the end, chris morris had
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worked hard for a wicked and he was not going to let anything get in his way, not even stops. they all count but they don't matter, they got over the wind just as their world cup is starting, south africa could be coming to an end. in the days of new zealand, they pick up there when, suffering the scare against bangladesh, only 2045 to end, everything seemed in hand when ross taylor, he made 82 and after he was dismissed, the caps suffered a wobble, losing quick wickets and in some trouble, before mitchell and ferguson eventually guided them to a two wicked victory. they left wait until to play her semifinal at the french open after today possible schedule was abandoned without any play due to rain in paris. they were kept from entertaining the crowds
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earlier due to the poor weather. for number38, earlier due to the poor weather. for number 38, next and earlier due to the poor weather. for number38, nextand is earlier due to the poor weather. for number 38, next and is playing the best tennis of her career according to the last british woman to win the competition. you'll make it is wonderful to see her playing like this, two years doing so well and she was really going up and looks like she's playing better now and really believes in yourself and i hope she can continue in that way but it is one thing to get there, it is another thing to stay there and i think that is what affected her last time. the pressure that comes with going into the latter stages really can going into the latter stages really ca n affect going into the latter stages really can affect you mentally and she let it affect her and she dipped. but having been there and suffered it once, hopefully she will know how to deal with at this time. that is all
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for us here at sports day. hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the papers will be bringing us tomorrow. with me are political correspondent for the ft laura hughes and author and journalist eve pollard. many of tomorrow's front pages are already in. a debt we cannot repay. they focus on d—day commemorations. they look at the 75th anniversary of the invasion of europe, but it's a lead
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is on one of brenton‘s top managers who has made the headlines, apologising after suspending trades for his largest fund. they describe it as the greatest generation, the picture of d—day veterans standing at the commemoration. telegraph, there is a striking picture of a d—day veteran of the caption, the resilient generation, the generation of which the queen is a member as she pointed out. the guardian sleeting and inquiry into the depths of toddlers in northamptonshire. the post brexit border between northern ireland and the republic to the us border with mexico. but we'll talk about that soon but we cannot begin anywhere else than with the commemorations of d—day. will continue on the anniversary. what do you make of this front—page? but the former, which he jumped you make of this front—page? but the former, which hejumped to this photo was
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7 ?it ? it commemorates with everything that this is all about, these extraordinary men who got into that horrible cold water, and saved the world from hitler and his monstrous regime. the photograph of these vetera ns, regime. the photograph of these veterans, a great headline, debt we can never repay. but what is in the background. they didn't do the ceremony beautifully, as we often can. so in the background you have those guys jumping off the boats, walking onto the sand and of course, they did not know until they actually saw the coast that this was the real thing because people had been setting up fake things deliver the country, down in devon, there we re the country, down in devon, there were endless rehearsals and secrecy. they said that they had wooden tanks and he was given a wooden gun and he
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said, iwant and he was given a wooden gun and he said, i want you to kill nazis with your bare hands and... your dad was hungarian wasn't a comma wanted to go overand... you hungarian wasn't a comma wanted to go over and... you are bornjust after the war. yes, i just go over and... you are bornjust after the war. yes, ijust met him and my mother was, if it had not been for adolf hitler, i never would've existed because they never would've existed because they never would've met one another. buy—backs of this means a lot to you stipulate means a lot to a lot of people because in this age of people worrying about how their instagram looks, here are who risked everything and folks are so moved today. when you are young, you are not so aware of the danger, which is probably true. and how they have memories, even though they are now old and in the 90s of certain things
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that happened that day which they say they will never forget. and when you hear about how many flew over, the ones who landed behind and one of them who actually did another jump, today this is extraordinary!‘ great headline that shows the greatest generation. hard to argue with these things and user of stories that were being told today. this day that started the liberation of western europe in 1944, this is something we study in history. so to actually see the man that did it, i think you will have a huge impact on young and older generations and yes, that pointed by the greatest generation, social media, the problems that we often think that we have just don't compare. that is the reason for remembering these days
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because it puts everything into context for all generations and yes, it is extraordinary and these men climbing onto the stage to the walking sticks and we have all these foreign leaders including president trump standing up, there was a standing ovation for these men who must've been completely humbled by the reaction. and it wasjust must've been completely humbled by the reaction. and it was just the spontaneous. the queen realising that she had to stand up. she did not need anyone to... she was there. and i'm the front of the daily telegraph, the resilient generation. she did grow up during the war, she did grow up during rationing, putting other things before yourself and there are great things that are happening nowadays but don't, but
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mindfulness and meditating, they just got on with the because there was no option. ijust wanted to point out that what was particularly standing out, this is the 96—year—old man, i'm sorry, i've only got one contact in, but that, 96, he is the last survivor of pegasus bridge, that first bit of territory that was reclaimed, assignment marchjust territory that was reclaimed, assignment march just a reminder of how important a moment this was. not just for us in this country. more importantly, for the french first of all, and then the rest of central europe and then the russians who desperately needed help so that some of the pressure could be taken off their front. the parachute behind enemy lines, people landing on the beach, not quite sure. can you
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imagine planning that? the discussions with eisenhower and churchill on what we should do and when the americans would come aboard and where the british would just incredible and real selflessness which actually quite a simple photograph, very effective though of some of the leaders there, both the queen and prince charles but donald trump, miss theresa may and president micron. even the queen and her speech at the state bank white made a reference to his international bodies that were set up to prevent the tragedy but the one that we saw ever happening again and this is a reminderto see happening again and this is a reminder to see donald trump smiling and clearly in all of these men,
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actually there is some politics to this. we now all work together, yet the german chancellor sat alongside the german chancellor sat alongside the prime minister sat alongside the british queen, everyone stopping. the prime minister sat alongside the british queen, everyone stoppinglj remember british queen, everyone stopping.” remember doing a lot of reading, wa nted remember doing a lot of reading, wanted things that struck me was the unresolved business of world war i that kind of poison any efforts for effective international cooperation afterwards. the league of nations collapsed, the rise of the dictators, the french was squabbling with germany of reparations, believing they had the financial problems, the distrust that provided the late the seeds for the war that followed. and they still have distrust for one another, what are they getting out of the eu, when are we going? it is fascinating and so
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much of europe is such a mixture of people who have come across the borders and it's really interesting. and now it's time for the guardian, this is the irish border, we never quite get away from it from very long. donald trump weighing in. extraordinary to conflate the two issues, donald trump is talking about building a wall and creating barriers between america and mexico, the whole point of this irish border issue is the uk and ireland are desperately seeking not to create a border. do you think you might've missed the point? slightly. what is a wall. it can mean quite a lot, although to be fair, he has come out of this visit better than the last one. he has learned to remediate the
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things. there's something sitting there with slight elation and donald was just carrying on there with slight elation and donald wasjust carrying on having there with slight elation and donald was just carrying on having a chat. they did sort of intervened to say, we do not want a war stop by this is a bit like the health service with the nhs. saying that the health service is going to be on the table and somebody at the foreign office was shouting at somebody and say you have got to get him to roll back on that because of politics is so damaging especially for the irish, this to be very damaging. who knows what this trade deal could mean, but i often get the feeling and i read astray the other day where woman goes to mexico four times a year and the sword of pill she needs to take oui’ the sword of pill she needs to take our available over—the—counter
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mexico and a portion of the cost because you sense that the nhs really have such deals on pills and medicines, since so many of the drugs that we do take come from there, maybe there could be something in it. but we know that the nhs is british, it is ours and we do not wanted to go down the american route for health care. another story, the photograph of the sacrifice, a picture of a rather lonely looking theresa may. my first reaction was on the front page was oh, that is the prime minister looking tiny. just this tiny, slightly diminished figure who is on her way out on friday, that she it was quite a touching moment when
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theresa may was introducing the queen to president emmanuel micron from france. and people that have not helped her. it must be estranged and for her that again, hopefully a bit of context on her way out. thank you so much i know you will be back at half after 11. we'll be back at half past eleven for another look at the papers, and don't forget you can see the front pages of the papers online hello. the rain receded in scotland and northern ireland will ease to a certain extent as we go to the night, elsewhere something a bit wet 01’ night, elsewhere something a bit wet or close to the english counties in the east. north sea coast this he's in wet weather pushing its way northwards in a few showers and land, elsewhere most places become partly clear with the mist and fog patches and a little bit on the
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fresh side to start your commute, temperatures in single figures away from most cities. but primarily, it will be addressed to the vast majority, will see some rain in the northeast of england and then i will spread into parts of northern scotland, particularly the persistent heavy rain and shetland, and compared to the past few days, chances for some brightness but some thunderstorms can break out and england and wales, we may stick with the sunshine and feel quite present with temperatures in the mid to high teens will step into friday, after dry start, turning particularly wet and windy on wales, scotland and northern ireland for saturday.
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this is bbc news. the headlines at 11pm. this evening, hundreds of normandy veterans set sail for france, ready to mark the anniversary tomorrow of one of the most decisive operations of the second world war. the queen is joined in portsmouth by other heads of state and of government to pay tribute to those who changed the course of the second world war in june 1944. it is with humility and pleasure, on behalf of the entire country, indeed, the whole free world, that i say to you all, thank


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