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business sector is to sing, they're pushing back on cells to make pushing back on calls to make changes to any immigration rules, what workers from overseas, if you want to build the stops, we are going to have to appeal to uk workers were going to do it we need to do to address the shortages and i do think at the pump or the government isn't changing its policy on emigration over this issue, i do think it's for businesses to say, we've got the shortages, we have to make sure that we are filling these jobs and making it as appealing as possible is a couple of companies who arejoining the possible is a couple of companies who are joining the bonuses and pay raises for lorry drivers which i think is good. it's a toughjob, but actually needs to be made appealing in order to fill those staff shortages. in order to fill those staff shortages-_ in order to fill those staff shortages. in order to fill those staff shortaaes. ~ ., ., ., ., shortages. we do not have enough trained drivers, _ shortages. we do not have enough trained drivers, trained _ shortages. we do not have enough trained drivers, trained lorry - trained drivers, trained lorry drivers. the test, the driving test
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taking place during covid—i9, we have a shortage in then we have to train people you do not do that over weekend. ., " . .,, �* weekend. covid-19 clashed, brexit clashed with _ weekend. covid-19 clashed, brexit clashed with covid-19. _ weekend. covid-19 clashed, brexit clashed with covid-19. and - weekend. covid-19 clashed, brexit clashed with covid-19. and it - weekend. covid-19 clashed, brexit clashed with covid-19. and it was l clashed with covid—19. and it was because — clashed with covid—19. and it was because of— clashed with covid—19. and it was because of brexit, they found the immigration rules of changed and that is_ immigration rules of changed and that is one — immigration rules of changed and that is one of the causes of the problem — that is one of the causes of the problem and the is not a very well paid joh — problem and the is not a very well paid job. and having the british people — paid job. and having the british people are able to do these jobs but british— people are able to do these jobs but british people decided for many years— british people decided for many years now that they don't want to do that type _ years now that they don't want to do that type of— years now that they don't want to do that type of work. they do not volunteer _ that type of work. they do not volunteer for that kind of work. you can ask— volunteer for that kind of work. you can ask any— volunteer for that kind of work. you can ask any farmer, they could spend years— can ask any farmer, they could spend years trying _ can ask any farmer, they could spend years trying to compel them to pick from the _ years trying to compel them to pick from the countryside and they don't want to— from the countryside and they don't want to do— from the countryside and they don't want to do it i think the only way to do— want to do it i think the only way to do that — want to do it i think the only way to do that is in our supermarkets, and actually —
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to do that is in our supermarkets, and actually saying that, but do i do if_ and actually saying that, but do i do if i _ and actually saying that, but do i do if i cannot get a turkey and it's christmas — do if i cannot get a turkey and it's christmas morning? but it is possible _ christmas morning? but it is possible crisis but the only way to -et possible crisis but the only way to get over— possible crisis but the only way to get over that it is, asjasmine said. — get over that it is, asjasmine said. to — get over that it is, asjasmine said, to make the jobs more attractive _ said, to make the jobs more attractive to offer people more money — let's look at football, shall we. i knew you would. you _ let's look at football, shall we. i knew you would. you and - let's look at football, shall we. i knew you would. you and clive l let's look at football, shall we. i i knew you would. you and clive my ribbin: knew you would. you and clive my ribbing city — knew you would. you and clive my ribbing city fans _ knew you would. you and clive my ribbing city fans are _ knew you would. you and clive my ribbing city fans are probably not l ribbing city fans are probably not going to be too pleased about this. reunited. ., �* , , ., reunited. ronnie's turn. he is a portuguese _ reunited. ronnie's turn. he is a portuguese football _ reunited. ronnie's turn. he is a portuguese football player - reunited. ronnie's turn. he is a portuguese football player and l reunited. ronnie's turn. he is a i portuguese football player and so, we all call him rinaldo. but i do nothing makes any easierfor you? easier for you? did they want him? i
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think it had — easier for you? did they want him? i think it had some _ easier for you? did they want him? i think it had some negotiations - easier for you? did they want him? i think it had some negotiations with. think it had some negotiations with his agent — think it had some negotiations with his agent. it may been put off because — his agent. it may been put off because according to some reports, he's going _ because according to some reports, he's going to be paid so much per week _ he's going to be paid so much per week even — he's going to be paid so much per week. even by their standards, that's— week. even by their standards, that's insane. particularly when it's 37 _ that's insane. particularly when it's 37 years old. that she's 37 years— it's 37 years old. that she's 37 years old _ it's 37 years old. that she's 37 years old i_ it's 37 years old. that she's 37 years old. i don't blame him. i don't. — years old. idon't blame him. i don't. don't— years old. i don't blame him. i don't, don't forget we won the league — don't, don't forget we won the league last year. the champions league _ league last year. the champions league as — league last year. the champions league as well. and i think will cobe _ league as well. and i think will cope quite well without him. and they said — cope quite well without him. and they said the reason why he went back because you cannot possibly go back because you cannot possibly go back and _ back because you cannot possibly go back and play for manchester city, they'll _ back and play for manchester city, they'll be — back and play for manchester city, they'll be the ultimate betrayal. he they'll be the ultimate betrayal. hrs. would they'll be the ultimate betrayal. he: would listen to alex ferguson because he is quite the force to be reckoned with them though he's not in charge at manchester united. this
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in charge at manchester united. is someone in charge at manchester united. sols someone who in charge at manchester united. sis someone who doesn't quite watch her follow football, even i could appreciate this was a big move and one thing that constantly stands out to me that comes to football is just their salaries. the crazy amounts of money that these people are paid it's a tough job, money that these people are paid it's a toughjob, a lot of money that these people are paid it's a tough job, a lot of pressure, my people relying on you. people emotionally invested in football and that's a lot of money for one man. what's interesting to me is i am so used to these numbers, sloshing around in front of us when it comes to football players. i looked at 12.8 million for a moment, i thought is that really a lot of money these days please makes me break it down like you did a look at how much money is going to earn a week, half a million quid a week that you realise, it is eye watering. what a million quid a week that you realise, it is eye watering. what i want to know _ realise, it is eye watering. what i want to know is _ realise, it is eye watering. what i want to know is what _ realise, it is eye watering. what i want to know is what on - realise, it is eye watering. what i want to know is what on earth do | want to know is what on earth do they— want to know is what on earth do they do— want to know is what on earth do they do with that all? how do you susbend _ they do with that all? how do you suspend what you do with £800,000 a week, _ suspend what you do with £800,000 a week, nearly £2 million a month. and
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i week, nearly £2 million a month. and | -et week, nearly £2 million a month. and i get a _ week, nearly £2 million a month. and i get a lot— week, nearly £2 million a month. and i get a lot of— week, nearly £2 million a month. and i get a lot of bad press, but what quite a few donate to charities and onyx on— quite a few donate to charities and onyx on the — quite a few donate to charities and onyx on the dance about it, a lot of them _ onyx on the dance about it, a lot of them do _ onyx on the dance about it, a lot of them do that, but for the rest, i haven't— them do that, but for the rest, i haven't the _ them do that, but for the rest, i haven't the faintest idea of this type of— haven't the faintest idea of this type of money. insane money. i will watch _ type of money. insane money. i will watch my— type of money. insane money. i will watch my team and i'll be cheering them _ watch my team and i'll be cheering them on _ watch my team and i'll be cheering them on and wishing them all the best and — them on and wishing them all the best and they are talented people and they— best and they are talented people and they are used and abused in their— and they are used and abused in their talents are displayed all of their talents are displayed all of the world on television but they do not get _ the world on television but they do not get any direct feedback from that _ not get any direct feedback from that they— not get any direct feedback from that. they earn good money and are exceptional— that. they earn good money and are exceptional people but that is insane — exceptional people but that is insane. i�*ll exceptional people but that is insane. �* ., , exceptional people but that is insane. �* . , ., exceptional people but that is insane. . , insane. i'll give it a try and see how they _ insane. i'll give it a try and see how they d0- — insane. i'll give it a try and see how they do. would _ insane. i'll give it a try and see how they do. would you - insane. i'll give it a try and see how they do. would you give itj insane. i'll give it a try and see i how they do. would you give it a try? ? how they do. would you give it a try? 17 we would all try to spend try? we would all try to spend it together. that's it for the papers. if you're in the uk, jasmine and john will be back in just over half an hour to look at more of the stories being covered by newspapers and websites here. goodbye for now.
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good evening. i'm olly foster with the latest from the bbc sport centre. cristiano ronaldo is returning to manchester united. the club has agreed to pay juventus almost £13 million for the 36 year old. he firstjoined united as an 18 year old and went on to score over 100 goals, winning every major trophy in a six year spelljohn donnison reports. guesses back. most of the faces may have changed but before the signing was announced, the new boss was clearly excited. he was announced, the new boss was clearly excited.— clearly excited. he is a legend of this club. he _ clearly excited. he is a legend of this club. he is _ clearly excited. he is a legend of this club. he is the _ clearly excited. he is a legend of this club. he is the greatest - clearly excited. he is a legend of. this club. he is the greatest player of all time, if you ask me. i was fortunate enough to play with him. i
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coached him. the fortunate enough to play with him. i coached him-— fortunate enough to play with him. i coached him. the deal was confirmed in the tweet- — coached him. the deal was confirmed in the tweet. welcome _ coached him. the deal was confirmed in the tweet. welcome home - in the tweet. welcome home cristiano. it in the tweet. welcome home cristiano-— in the tweet. welcome home cristiano. ,, , , ., cristiano. it is superb. icannot describe cristiano. it is superb. i cannot describe the _ cristiano. it is superb. i cannot describe the feeling _ cristiano. it is superb. i cannot describe the feeling that - cristiano. it is superb. i cannot describe the feeling that we i cristiano. it is superb. i cannot. describe the feeling that we have. our man— describe the feeling that we have. our man is— describe the feeling that we have. our man is back. yes.— describe the feeling that we have. our man is back. yes. the talk was that ronaldo _ our man is back. yes. the talk was that ronaldo is _ our man is back. yes. the talk was that ronaldo is heading _ our man is back. yes. the talk was that ronaldo is heading to - our man is back. yes. the talk was that ronaldo is heading to the - our man is back. yes. the talk was | that ronaldo is heading to the other side of manchester and city fans were putting on a brave face. thank noodness were putting on a brave face. thank goodness for _ were putting on a brave face. thank goodness for that. _ were putting on a brave face. thank goodness for that. what _ were putting on a brave face. thank goodness for that. what a - were putting on a brave face. thank goodness for that. what a waste - were putting on a brave face. thank goodness for that. what a waste of money— goodness for that. what a waste of money he — goodness for that. what a waste of money he would've _ goodness for that. what a waste of money he would've been. - goodness for that. what a waste of money he would've been. way - goodness for that. what a waste of- money he would've been. way past his best _ money he would've been. way past his best. ., ., ., , ., , best. ronaldo is a freshfaced ten-year-old _ best. ronaldo is a freshfaced ten-year-old when _ best. ronaldo is a freshfaced ten-year-old when he - best. ronaldo is a freshfaced j ten-year-old when he signed best. ronaldo is a freshfaced - ten-year-old when he signed back in ten—year—old when he signed back in 2003, now twice that age and one half of westminster will be helping one of the greatest players of all time will still have more to give. india's cricketers have been fighting back, in the third test at headingley. they bowled england out for 432
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and at the close of play on day 3 they were 215—2 in their second innings. they trail england by 139. jo currie reports. england's tail end may only have lasted half an hour on day 3 at headingley, but as they left the field with a lead of 354 over india, surely it was a case of not if they would win but when. england's bowlers were keen to get cracking, and they thought they had an early breakthrough — drs, though, undoing the decision to the frustration of the home side. and from there, india got into their stride... all the way! ..before an england breakthrough on the stroke of lunch, jonny bairstow alert and able as he sent rahul packing — just rewards for england's bowlers and for the crowd bearing with them. after the break, a potential lbw. joe root called for a review a second too late, a costly delay — sharma would have been out. and given that lifeline, he went on to punish the mistake, bringing up his 50 with ease... ..before he succumbed to this from ollie robinson, to give the england captain something to roar about. pujara batted on past his
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half—century with captain kohli going well alongside him, to give india hope that perhaps this match isn't overjust yet. jo currie, bbc news. england's craig overton is hoping the new ball will help him and his fellow bowlers make a breakthrough tomorrow. the wicket is a bit slower. you have to be on your links. sometimes it won't carry because it is that slow wicket. it was an attritional day and we have got that new ball in the morning, so hopefully come back tomorrow, start well, and put india under pressure again. britain's kadeena cox has retained her 500 metre time trial paralympic title with a stunning ride in tokyo. cox is again looking to win cycling and athletics gold just as she did at the rio games. she had to beat the time set by canadian world champion kate o'brien to win and she smashed that with a brilliant ride , setting kate o'brien to win and she smashed that with a brilliant ride, setting
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a new world record in the process, much to the delight of her family watching at home. i've been speaking it into existence all week. i said, your bringing home a goal. she smashed in. she is overcoming the extra obstacles as well, but the passion and drive is what keeps the focus to keep telling. she has proven that all things are possible. she has done it today. hannah russell and reece dunn both claimed gold on another successful day in the pool for british swimmers. russell retained her 100 metre backstroke title finishing just over half a second ahead of her nearest rival. it's russell's third games. she won two golds in rio before taking a break to deal with mental health issues. reece dunn made up for the disappointment of a silver in the butterfly on wednesday with his first paralympic title in the 200 metres freestyle. formula one is back after the summer break and max verstappen is back with a bang.
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the dutchman who's just 8 points behind lewis hamilton in the championship crashed in second practice for the belgian grand prix. he was quicker than the mercedes of valtteri bottas and hamilton, but will be hoping he's not done too much damage to his red bull car. bryson dechambeau came so close to the golfing holy grail at the bmw championship in maryland. he needed this putt for a round of 59, something that only a dozen men have managed in the history of the pga tour, but he saw his effort slide past the hole, so just a 12—under round of 60. and it's all square going into the final day of the curtis cup in conwy. the amateur team from the usa came back from 3 points behind to make it 6—6 against great britain & ireland heading into tomorrow's singles. and that's all the sport for now.
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the weather for the last week of august last year didn't cover itself in glory. a high ofjust 16 throughout the weekend in edinburgh, in birmingham, in manchester. it is going to be warmer this weekend, at least to start with. it's going to be dry throughout the weekend with this area of high pressure. it's going to last into next week, as well, although as the weekend goes on there will be more cloud and breeze and it'll start to feel cooler once again. actually quite chilly as the weekend begins in rural spots with temperatures into single figures. but in the sunshine, we are all going to warm up really quite nicely as the day goes on. areas of cloud in north—west scotland, some patches of cloud in eastern scotland, and in england, though a lot of this will start to break up allowing some some time to come through. increasingly so in the afternoon. on the breeze, it is quite stiff in east anglia and south—west england. a stray shower cannot be ruled out, and the breeze pushing in the north sea coast will keep temperatures right along the coast
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close to 16, 17 degrees. but for many its low 20s, and up to 23 in glasgow, so very pleasantly warm in some of that sunshine. it'll stay dry through saturday night, but notice how the cloud is increasing into scotland, north—east england, and into northern ireland. here temperatures will be hotting up compared with the night before. as we start sunday, there will be more cloud across scotland, northern ireland, north—east england, pushing in across more of eastern england during the day. the lion's share of sunday's sunny spells will be in wales, across the midlands, and southern england. this is where the temperatures will be highest. elsewhere, it'll feel cooler, and the breeze starts to pick up more widely, as well, coming in from the north—east. as this area of high pressure just backs a little bit more towards the north—west of us, allowing more of us to feel that east or north—easterly breeze going through monday and into the week ahead. it may be a bank holiday where you are, there will be a lot of cloud around on monday, so only limited sunny spells. you will notice by then
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the temperatures have come down a few degrees, and just towards the south—west of the uk we will see most of the sunshine breaking into the 20s. so, it'll feel cooler next week. there will be a lot of cloud around. just occasional sunny spells coming through, and it is still dry it with that high pressure in control as we get into september.
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this is bbc news with the latest headlines for viewers in the uk and around the world. the taliban say they've moved in to kabul airport and are ready to take control as soon as american forces leave. it's thought us and uk troops could end their operations within hours. this door is closing and closing loudly, but other windows are going to open. but will they be open enough? the us warns of another possible attack at the airport, as the death toll from thursday's suicide bombing climbs to 170. those killed in this awful attack were trying to escape years of violence in afghanistan. instead, they became the latest victims in a country torn apart by bloodshed.
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also, america publishes its assessment of the origins

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