think there's a bit private, but i think there's a bit more nuanced than that. it tends to be local versus national, and local has been proven to work. too many cooks, it doesn't work. when places like leicester took the track and trace into their local authorities and got people with understanding and got people with understanding and specifically people who could speak the languages of some of these households, because some of the evidence has shown it was in places where they had many, many more than the national average that don't speak english. those were the ones that were completely slipping to the net, because they were just getting calls from a call centre, most of us wanted to put the phone down straightaway. they didn't understand what was being said to them and their interpreters. all of those issues have resulted in all this huge waste of money. one bit of the �*s public sector that did work well was the nhs. nhs pay
rise says i% not enough. that's not really a shock, is it? m0. rise says 1% not enough. that's not really a shock, is it?— really a shock, is it? no, it's not. look, really a shock, is it? no, it's not. look. the — really a shock, is it? no, it's not. look, the government _ really a shock, is it? no, it's not. look, the government has - really a shock, is it? no, it's not. i look, the government has regional arguments. it's falling, people who work in _ arguments. it's falling, people who work in the — arguments. it's falling, people who work in the public sector have job security, — work in the public sector have job security, whenever the scheme ends. there _ security, whenever the scheme ends. there will_ security, whenever the scheme ends. there will be — security, whenever the scheme ends. there will be hundreds of thousands of people _ there will be hundreds of thousands of people who will find themselves out of _ of people who will find themselves out of work. no matter how well—crafted. nurses in particular... if you talk about giving — particular... if you talk about giving everyone who works in the nhs to pay— giving everyone who works in the nhs to pay rise. _ giving everyone who works in the nhs to pay rise, that's a significant chunk— to pay rise, that's a significant chunk of— to pay rise, that's a significant chunk of change. the nhs public sector— chunk of change. the nhs public sector is— chunk of change. the nhs public sector is an organisation that's there — sector is an organisation that's there to — sector is an organisation that's there to assess what the pay rises should _ there to assess what the pay rises should be, — there to assess what the pay rises should be, so if this turns into a
much _ should be, so if this turns into a much bigger issue, the government can u-lurh — can u—turn. sound cuts out. try and reestablish your line, tony. i'm going to go to you, daisy. the cash crisis facing councils. it was a similar story. we know how councils have been hit by still really getting over the hangover from the years of austerity following the crash, and then of course running into the pandemic. the guardian has the story, cash crisis, residents face years of cuts. 25 councils, says the guardian, are facing bankruptcy. this is being warned by the national audit office. 94% of english
councils expected to cut spending next year. austerity has meant that a third had to reduce spending power. this is another sign of the times. it's in no position at the moment to deal with this. it depends on the shape of the discovery, because we might have a pretty fast or pretty v—shaped recovery. it depends on how much spend up spending there is. —— pent up. i was reading how much consumer would go out, and raise taxes by making sure businesses can be... but the very rich have had a hit from the pandemic, the very poor have had a much bigger hit from the pandemic
and it's the middle trunk that have tended to save more than they have spent over the last year, so the great hope is that they will go out, as my father used to say, a mary spender. he was a shopkeeper. the hope will be they will go out and spend that money. it's whether they fill continent enough that they will have theirjobs —— and feel confident enough. we have theirjobs -- and feel confident enough. have theirjobs -- and feel confident enou:h. ~ ., ., , confident enough. we thought tony had done a piers _ confident enough. we thought tony had done a piers morgan _ confident enough. we thought tony had done a piers morgan and - confident enough. we thought tony | had done a piers morgan and walked off! laughter . but he's back. we're going to our final paper. vaccine row on the front page there dominic raab in row over claims of uk export bantering.
a senior official... which isn't the case _ a senior official... which isn't the case the — a senior official... which isn't the case the uk_ a senior official... which isn't the case. the uk doesn't have a ban on vaccines _ case. the uk doesn't have a ban on vaccines we — case. the uk doesn't have a ban on vaccines. we have... whether the uk was going _ vaccines. we have... whether the uk was going to — vaccines. we have... whether the uk was going to block vaccines. now this unseemly diplomatic fight thal's— this unseemly diplomatic fight that's going on. the foreign secretary— that's going on. the foreign secretary had a word with them and a letter— secretary had a word with them and a letter has _ secretary had a word with them and a letter has been written. but it's very— letter has been written. but it's very strange. it letter has been written. but it's very strange-— the whole issue of the vaccine roll—outs has been compared to britain, a bit of a disaster. it doesn't seem to be getting any better. ., ., ., , , better. no, and that is why the eur0pean _ better. no, and that is why the european commission, - better. no, and that is why the european commission, the - european commission, the commissioners, all of those officials who've been in charge of
the vaccine roll—outs are getting a lot of heat from the public. they're getting huge amount of criticism, more than most of us, on this island. therefore they are trying to find a bogeyman to blame for why there vaccine roll—out has gone badly. so when people say why hasn't gone as well as it has in britain or in the states, they are saying that's because they're courting their vaccines. that's because they're courting theirvaccines. —— hoarding. i do firmly believe that if we were still in the eu, this would be making brexit more likely at the moment. this would be a huge issue and i've spoken to many, many people across the continent in the last few weeks, looking out the story. and the vaccine roll—out is making the european commission and parliament incredibly unpopular in certain countries. it's doing a lot to make them think twice about whether they
should be. _ ., ., , �* , should be. daisy and tony, you'll be back in about _ should be. daisy and tony, you'll be back in about half _ should be. daisy and tony, you'll be back in about half an _ should be. daisy and tony, you'll be back in about half an hour. - should be. daisy and tony, you'll be back in about half an hour. tony, i back in about half an hour. tony, thanks for coming back. that was really good. that's it for the papers. daisy mcandrew and tony mcgrew will be back in just over half an hour to look at more of the stories being covered by newspapers and websites here. until then, bye—bye. good evening. i'm tulsen tollett and this is your sports news, where we start withjurgen klopp, who's ruled himself out of becoming germany's new head coach following joachim loew�*s decision to leave after this summer's european championship. loew, who took over from jurgen klinsmann in 2006, has asked for his contract to end a year earlier than planned. having led germany to victory at the 2014 world cup, this year's euros will be his last tournament in charge. it was inevitable that klopp, whose liverpool side have lost their last six matches at home,
would be asked about the vacancy. and despite his difficult run, he paid tribute to loew�*s achievements, but said he won't be leaving anfield. for sure one of the most successful, did an incrediblejob really. and i understand that he wants to have this highlight for him as a european championship, tries to squeeze everything out that he can in this tournament. with the amount of really good german managers at the moment, germany will be able to find a good solution. if that's the question we want to ask, if i'm available for the job or for the coach of the german national team in the summer, no. the leading neuropathologist whose work helped identify the link between football and dementia has called the implementation of concussion substitutes a shambles. speaking in front of a parliamentary inquiry, dr willie stewart, whose research found former players are 3.5 times more likely to die from neurodegenerative disease, said the new rules are not helping the health of the players.
football has a habit of, whenever it's faced with having to develop... going out on their own and trying to develop... to everybody else as if the problem never occurred before. the new plan football has introduced this is a shambles in 2021. wales have made two changes from the side that beat england in the six nations ahead of saturday's game against italy in rome. with scrum half kieran hardy ruled out through injury, his scarlets team—mate gareth davies comes in to the starting 15, while lock cory hill starts in place of adam beard. british number one dan evans has set up a second round meeting with roger federer at the qatar open, after beating jeremy chardy two sets to one. the first set took more than an hour. evans saved ten break points, but eventually came out on top 6—4. and although chardy forced a deciding set, evans won that 6—2 to set up a meeting with federer, who's been training with the 30—year—old brit to prepare
for his first tournament since last year's australian open. i have a tough draw, i feel, but let's be honest, any draw would've been a difficult draw after not having played for a year, so... but practice the last few weeks, i really feel like have been really good, so that puts me in a positive mindset for my first round here in doha. former masters champion danny willett has withdrawn from this week's players championship in florida after testing positive for coronavirus. the tournament is due to start on thursday, but willett won't be in the field. it's a setback for the winner of the greenjacket in 2016, with the masters starting in around a month's time. meanwhile, one man hoping to rediscover his form ahead of the first major of the year is the defending champion at sawgrass, rory mcilroy, who says he's yet to fulfil his potential. there's no point in me being out here if i didn't think that. you know, that'sjust not part of my psyche or anyone's psyche out here.
i think that's a difference between people that make it to the elite level and the people that don't because they don't think that way. so there's, you know... i firmly believe that my best days are ahead of me, and i'm working hard to make sure that they are. there's a new man in the lead after stage three of the paris—nice cycle race — young swiss rider stefan bissegger, who won the stage and took the overall lead in the process. it's the 22—year—old's first race as a professional. today's stage was an 8.6—mile time trial, and bissegger posted the fastest time on the course by less than a second. jos buttler says england's policy of resting and rotating players is the right thing to do, despite the team's recent heavy test series defeat in india. and buttler was one of the players who returned home early from that series, having played in england's win in the first test, in order to spend time at home. and that was ahead of the t20 series against the same opponents, which starts on friday.
england were criticised by some for not playing their strongest side throughout, but buttler says with a packed calendar this year, it's the right call to manage workloads. i think we need to get away from the idea that you just go until you break and we leave the players behind. there's so much forget coming up that it's absolutely a huge... with the ashes at the end of the year, you need to be getting to that point with players in the best shape to be able to go and perform in that series as opposed to being burnt out and no longer wanting to be in that environment. and the former england bowlerjoey benjamin has died at the age of 60. benjamin won one test cap for england during a memorable victory over south africa at the oval in 1994 and took 387 first class wickets during an 11—year career with warwickshire and surrey. and, of course, two champions league last 16 ties came to a conclusion this evening.
to find out who has gone through to the quarterfinals, you can head to bbc sport website, but that is all your sport for now. good evening. some heavy rain on the way over the next couple of days, but not only that. some strong winds, gales, which could well cause some disruption. there will be big waves crashing onto the coastlines as well. now, it's already very windy across the far northwest of the uk, outbreaks of rain which will push southeastwards as we go through the night, turning very wet across england and wales. something a little drier for northern ireland and certainly for scotland, with clear spells and just a scattering of showers here by the first part of the morning. now, as we go through the day, it'll start off wet across england and wales. that rain will try to clear away, but actually it will then surge back from the southwest, affecting all areas by the afternoon. temporarily, a spell of snow over high ground in scotland. the winds picking up as we go through the afternoon, temperatures between eight and 12 degrees.
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