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in the uk and around the world. anger in the netherlands over new covid restrictions. dutch police have shot and wounded at least two people during rioting, as coronavirus infection rates rise across europe. translation: on several occasions, police officers had to draw— their weapons to defend themselves. some aimed shots were fired and people got hurt as a result. meanwhile, in australia, rallies and protests against lockdowns and vaccine mandates there have taken place across the country. joe biden says he's angry, after a teenager who shot two people dead during racial unrest is cleared of murder. protests took place in new york following the divisive verdict — the president says it
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should be respected... i stand by what the jury has concluded. the jury system works and we have to abide by it. a record number of people died while detained under the mental health act in england during the first year of the pandemic, according to new figures from the health watchdog. the women's tennis association threatens to pull out of china, as pressure grows over missing tennis star peng shuai. a ban on single—use plastics like disposable cutlery and polystyrene boxes moves a step closer england, with the start of a public consultation on the change. and nearly £40 million has been raised for bbc children in need, with a host of stars and performers joining pudsey bear for the annual fundraiser.
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hello and welcome if you're watching in the uk or around the world. the mayor of the dutch city of rotterdam has condemned what he's called "an orgy of violence," after protestors took to the streets to demonstrate against coronavirus restrictions. the netherlands is one of a number of places in europe to re—impose a lockdown because of a surge in cases. meanwhile, austria has become the first country in europe to make vaccinations compulsory, which is not supported by the world health organization. and germany has imposed new covid restrictions on the unvaccinated amid a surge in cases. this graph shows a rolling seven—day average of daily cases per million poeople in italy, germany, and the uk. but look what happens when we include the netherlands and austria. we can see can see how the numbersjump to more than double the rate
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in the uk and germay. and the world health organization is warning that europe could see covid—related deaths rise by half a million by march, unless urgent measures are taken. tim muffett reports. protesters in rotterdam responding to the partial lockdown imposed in the netherlands. police used water cannon and fired warning shots. at least two people were injured. restrictions here began on monday and are set to be in place for another two weeks at least. like many countries in europe, the netherlands has seen a sharp rise in covid cases. in austria, a 20—day lockdown will start this monday. people will be asked to work from home and non—essential shops will close. in february, covid vaccinations will become compulsory. what we experience in austria
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right now is, in my view, an unfortunate collusion of the fact that we have a fairly low vaccination rate in the population and that the waning of immunity hits austria now, six months after we started our vaccination programme, and that is unfortunately right at the beginning of the winter season, where people are moving indoors. in germany, covid cases are also rising sharply. the government is set to introduce restrictions for unvaccinated people in areas where hospital admissions exceed a certain level. as for the prospect of a full lockdown, the german government says nothing has been ruled out. in the uk yesterday, just over a4,000 new people tested positive for coronavirus. over the week, there was a 13% increase in cases compared to the previous seven days. between the 9th and 15th of november, just over 6,000 people were admitted to hospital with covid
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— that's a fall of 4.5% compared to the previous seven days. at the moment, the uk is not witnessing the surge in cases being seen in some other countries. immunity in europe — it's over 90% amongst adults and approaching that level in children as well now — so that is quite a different situation to many countries in europe, including austria and germany, who did not have as bad first waves or second waves and did not have the significant delta wave yet, either. with a new wave hitting hard this winter to it is clear covid—i9 will again present many challenges. infection rates will be closely monitored to see if cases can be kept under control. in the past few hours, the mayor of rotterdam has condemned
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the protest in his city. here's some of what he had to say. translation: the police, public -rosecutor translation: the police, public prosecutor and _ translation: the police, public prosecutor and local _ translation: the police, public prosecutor and local government | translation: the police, public- prosecutor and local government had been informed about the fact that a few thousand people were due to come to make a statement about the coronavirus policy. it was agreed to give space to this demonstration even though it was not reported formally to the authorities. unfortunately, the police had to conclude quite quickly that these people had no peaceful intentions. their intention was to riot, damage the police, destroy public property, set fire to scooters and direct barricades. this meant the police had to scale up their presence. police units from all of the country were brought in. as we speak, there are eight riot police units in rotterdam. that is about 400 officers including, excluding of s officers including, excluding of 5 teams and officers on horseback, so thatis teams and officers on horseback, so that is quite a strong police presence. the police have been attacked by rioters. 0n
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presence. the police have been attacked by rioters. on several occasions, the police officers had to draw their weapons to defend themselves. some aimed shots were fired and people got hurt as a row. as far as we know, now seven people were injured. —— people got hurt as a result. protests against lockdowns and vaccine mandates are taking place in cities across australia. the rallies are part of a planned international day of protest at coronavirus restrictions. our correspondent phil mercer is in sydney with more on the rallies. well, they are going on from coast to coast in the western australian state capital of perth, in sydney, the country's bigger city, and also in brisbane, adelaide and in melbourne as well. thousands of people have gathered at these demonstrations and there are reports that there have been counter protest by people supporting australia's vaccination policies so this is very clearly a divisive issue here in australia but if you look at the statistics australia is approaching
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85% of the eligible population fully vaccinated so this is a country that is embracing the vaccination policies of the state and federal governments but there is a concern among a minority of people, those people who have taken to the streets about vaccine mandates the health workers, for aviation workers, as well as some teachers. but, safe to say, it is a very noisy day across many australian cities as these people come out to vent their frustrations, not only against the vaccination policies but also covid—i9 lockdowns as well. but it is worth stating that australia's state and federal governments have been insisting that the vaccinations are safe and they are a route out of lockdowns and a path towards greater freedom for millions of australians. president biden has urged americans to refrain from violence, after a teenager who shot dead two people during protests last year
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was cleared by a jury of murder. kyle rittenhouse argued that he acted in self—defence when he killed two men and wounded another in the city of kenosha, in wisconsin, during demonstrations for racialjustice. on friday evening, there were peaceful protests in new york city in response to the not guilty verdict. hundreds of people marched through downtown brooklyn and onto brooklyn bridge, carrying signs and chanting. many told reporters that they were disappointed but not surprised by the verdict. president biden said the verdict would leave many americans feeling angry, including himself, but the decision of the jury must be respected. ididn't i didn't watch the trial so i can let you — i didn't watch the trial so i can let you know... do i didn't watch the trial so i can let you know. . ._ i didn't watch the trial so i can let you know... i didn't watch the trial so i can let ouknow... ,., _ let you know... do you stand by your ast let you know... do you stand by your past comments _ let you know... do you stand by your past comments relating _ let you know... do you stand by your past comments relating to _ let you know... do you stand by your past comments relating to white - past comments relating to white supremacy? past comments relating to white sunremacy?_ past comments relating to white surema ?~ ,., _ supremacy? well, look, i stand by what the jury _ supremacy? well, look, i stand by what the jury has _ supremacy? well, look, i stand by what the jury has concluded. - supremacy? well, look, i stand by what the jury has concluded. the | what the jury has concluded. the 'ury what the jury has concluded. the jury system works and we have to abide _ jury system works and we have to abide by— jury system works and we have to abide by it — the case has exposed and deepened the political divide in the united states, as nomia iqbal
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reports from wisconsin. the defendant will rise to face the jovian _ the defendant will rise to face the jovian hack into its verdicts. —— face _ jovian hack into its verdicts. —— face the — jovian hack into its verdicts. —— face the jury— jovian hack into its verdicts. —— face the jury and hearken to its verdicts — face the jury and hearken to its verdicts h_ face the 'ury and hearken to its verdicts. �* ., ., , ., ., verdicts. a dangerous vigilante or someone acting _ verdicts. a dangerous vigilante or someone acting in _ verdicts. a dangerous vigilante or someone acting in self _ verdicts. a dangerous vigilante or someone acting in self defence? | verdicts. a dangerous vigilante or. someone acting in self defence? the 'u find someone acting in self defence? tia: jury find the defendant someone acting in self defence? tue: jury find the defendant kyle rittenhouse not guilty. the jury find the defendant kyle rittenhouse not guilty. the 12 men and women — rittenhouse not guilty. the 12 men and women of _ rittenhouse not guilty. the 12 men and women of the _ rittenhouse not guilty. the 12 men and women of the jury _ rittenhouse not guilty. the 12 men and women of the jury accepted i rittenhouse not guilty. the 12 men| and women of the jury accepted the claim he killed out of fearfor and women of the jury accepted the claim he killed out of fear for his safety. claim he killed out of fear for his safe _ ., claim he killed out of fear for his safe . ., ' safety. somehow, some way, those 12 'urors felt safety. somehow, some way, those 12 jurors felt that — safety. somehow, some way, those 12 jurors felt that he _ safety. somehow, some way, those 12 jurors felt that he was _ safety. somehow, some way, those 12 jurors felt that he was innocent. - clamour. you attack me, i have the right to defend _ you attack me, i have the right to defend myself. that is what kyle was on trial_ defend myself. that is what kyle was on trial for— defend myself. that is what kyle was on trial for and that is what has been _
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on trial for and that is what has been acquitted for. you're telling that if— been acquitted for. you're telling that if two— been acquitted for. you're telling that if two guys come up to you you can't _ that if two guys come up to you you can't defend yourself?— can't defend yourself? there is no wa in a can't defend yourself? there is no way in a land _ can't defend yourself? there is no way in a land of — can't defend yourself? there is no way in a land of lower— can't defend yourself? there is no way in a land of lower where - can't defend yourself? there is no way in a land of lower where a - way in a land of lower where a person— way in a land of lower where a person can _ way in a land of lower where a person can shoot _ way in a land of lower where a person can shoot two - way in a land of lower where a person can shoot two people i way in a land of lower where a i person can shoot two people that might— person can shoot two people that might shoot— person can shoot two people that might shoot three _ person can shoot two people that might shoot three people, - person can shoot two people that might shoot three people, killed i person can shoot two people that. might shoot three people, killed two of them _ might shoot three people, killed two of them and — might shoot three people, killed two ofthem and be — might shoot three people, killed two of them and be acquitted. _ might shoot three people, killed two of them and be acquitted. there's. of them and be acquitted. there's 'ust of them and be acquitted. there's just no— of them and be acquitted. there's just no way — of them and be acquitted. there's just no way the _ of them and be acquitted. there's just no way-— of them and be acquitted. there's 'ust no wa . , ., , , just no way. the shooting happened auainst just no way. the shooting happened a . ainst the just no way. the shooting happened against the backdrop _ just no way. the shooting happened against the backdrop of _ just no way. the shooting happened against the backdrop of nationwide l against the backdrop of nationwide protests against police brutality following the murder of george floyd. in kenosha, another blackman by domecq named jacob blake had been shot by police several times and in the third night of riots kyle rittenhouse entered the city. he said he came to provide security. ina in a series of confrontations, hees shot dead a man who had chased him into this car park and he then killed another man he went after him thinking he was an active shooter. a third man survived. police later arrested a teenager and charged with
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murder. at his trial, there were tears, challenges...— murder. at his trial, there were tears, challenges... when he pointed the run at tears, challenges... when he pointed the gun at someone _ tears, challenges... when he pointed the gun at someone else, _ tears, challenges... when he pointed the gun at someone else, that - tears, challenges... when he pointed the gun at someone else, that is - the gun at someone else, that is going _ the gun at someone else, that is going to — the gun at someone else, that is going to make them feel like they're about— going to make them feel like they're about to _ going to make them feel like they're about to die, right? that is what you wanted him to feel? no! shouting b you wanted him to feel? noi- by the you wanted him to feel? shouting by the judge... you wanted him to feel? no! shouting by the judge. .. don't _ you wanted him to feel? no! shouting by the judge. .. don't get _ you wanted him to feel? no! shouting by the judge. .. don't get grazing - by the 'udge. .. don't get grazing with by the judge. .. don't get grazing with me! and — by the judge. .. don't get grazing with me! and a _ by the judge. .. don't get grazing with me! and a controversial- by the judge. .. don't get grazing - with me! and a controversial defence b a team with me! and a controversial defence by a team with _ with me! and a controversial defence by a team with regards _ with me! and a controversial defence by a team with regards to _ with me! and a controversial defence by a team with regards to the - by a team with regards to the shooting of jacob race.- by a team with regards to the shooting of jacob race. other people in this community _ shooting of jacob race. other people in this community shot _ shooting of jacob race. other people in this community shot somebody i in this community shot somebody seven times and it has been found to be ok. my client did it for times and three quarters of a second to protect his life from mr rosenbaum. i am sorry, but that is what happened. i am sorry, but that is what happened-— i am sorry, but that is what ha ened. , ., , . , happened. this not guilty verdict is seen as a referendum _ happened. this not guilty verdict is seen as a referendum on _ happened. this not guilty verdict is seen as a referendum on an - happened. this not guilty verdict is seen as a referendum on an issue | seen as a referendum on an issue that polarises americans beyond kenosha and that is the issue of gun ownership. the many conservative groups, kyle rittenhouse is now seen as a hero but for many liberal groups he is the face of the gun culture out of control and they are
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worried by being cleared of the charges what it might mean now for future protests. can americans turn up future protests. can americans turn up with a gun but not face any consequences? nomia iqbal, bbc news, kenosha. ted cruz — the republican senator for texas — tweeted his reaction to the verdict. he said "we're a nation governed by law, "and the rittenhouse verdict reminds us we have the moral "and legal right to self—defense. "for months, the left unjustly tried to convict mr rittenhouse." the parents of anthony hoober, one of the people killed by kyle rittenhouse, released a statement after the verdict was announced, saying they were heartbroken. they also said that, "the verdict sends an unacceptable "message that armed civilians can show up in any town, "incite violence and then use the danger they've created "to justify shooting people in the street." quinn rallins is a civil rights attorney. he is counsel to anthony hoober�*s family. we are thinking about anthony's
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family, karen and john hoober. they're heartbroken and angry. heartbroken that they'll never see that their son again, but also angry at the verdict. they didn't attend the trial, as many of you all know, because they were traumatised already by the videos of their son's murder and didn't want to see much of that, and also hurt by public comments and sensitive about their son. so, you know, my view is, at the bottom line is there was no justice today for their son anthony or the other victims. and karen and john know that anthony is the one who should be remembered as a hero. he tried to disarm rittenhouse, he tried to end the gunfire, and he tried to stop the bloodshed. tesla drivers have reported being locked out of their cars after an outage struck the car—maker's app. dozens of owners said an error message on the mobile app was preventing them from connecting to their vehicles. it's used as a key by drivers to unlock and start their cars. tesla's chief executive, elon musk, apologised and said he would make sure the outage didn't happen again.
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the headlines on bbc news... seven people have been injured — including two shot and wounded by police — during rioting over new covid restriction in the netherlands, as infection rates rise across europe. meanwhile rallies and protests against lockdowns and vaccine mandates have taken place across australia. joe biden says he's angry, after a teenager who shot two people dead during racial unrest is cleared of murder. protests took place in new york following the divisive verdict. concern is mounting over the safety of chinese tennis star peng shuai who made sexual assault allegations against a former chinese vice—premier two weeks ago. the women's tennis association says no amount of money would stop it pulling events out of china, while the united nations and the white house have joined the list of those demanding answers. tanya dendrinos reports.
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a force on court who's long done her country proud. now, there are serious concerns for her safety. it's been more than weeks since peng shuai said she was forced into a sexual relationship with china's former vice premier, zhang gaoli. the former world number one doubles player made the allegations in a post on chinese social media site, weibo. the post was soon deleted from china's internet. there's been no tangible evidence of her whereabouts since. we are deeply concerned by reports that peng shuai appears to be missing after accusing a former prc senior official of a sexual assault. we join in at the calls for prc authorities to provide independent and verifiable proof of her whereabouts and that she is safe. it's the first time such a claim has been made against one of china's senior political leaders. the women's tennis association says the allegation must be respected and investigated with full
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transparency and without censorship. china is a lucrative market for the wta, but its chairman says no amount of money would stop it from pulling tour events out of the nation if it's conditions regarding peng aren't met. we cannot stand by the compromises that come from the decisions that are tied to politics, business and money. and this is one of those. and i think this is a right and wrong issue, and i feel very, very strongly about that. earlier this week, chinese state media released an e—mail attributed to the 35—year—old, but doubt has been cast over its authenticity. i'm really glad that there was a, kind of, an initiated reaction from both atp and the wta chairmans, and it's important because this is horrifying. senior international
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olympic committee member dick powell says the ioc could be forced to take a harder line with the upcoming winter olympics hosts if the situation isn't imminently resolved. it comes as the us and uk revealed they will consider a democratic boycott of the games in beijing as concern regarding human rights abuses in china increases. tanya dendrinos, bbc news. we're nowjoined by dr neil munro who is senior lecturer in chinese politics at university of glasgow. well, now a state media journalist the editor in chief of the global times has tweeted to say in the past few days she has stayed in her own home freely and will make a public appearance seen. what you make of that? ~ , appearance seen. what you make of that? , appearance seen. what you make of that? well, it is probably the case that? well, it is probably the case that she has _ that? well, it is probably the case that she has been _ that? well, it is probably the case that she has been detained. - that? well, it is probably the case| that she has been detained. where she is detained we don't know so
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whether she is going to appear shortly and if they've made that promise it seems likely she will appear in what has happened between when she disappeared and when she finally reappeared as what we don't know. what might you expect will find out? i know. what might you expect will find out? , . , ., ., find out? i expect she will have had her win . s find out? i expect she will have had her wings clipped. _ find out? i expect she will have had her wings clipped. i _ find out? i expect she will have had her wings clipped. i expect - find out? i expect she will have had her wings clipped. i expect she - find out? i expect she will have had her wings clipped. i expect she will| her wings clipped. i expect she will suffer consequences _ her wings clipped. i expect she will suffer consequences for _ her wings clipped. i expect she will suffer consequences for her - her wings clipped. i expect she will| suffer consequences for her career, financial consequences as a result of this, because china, the chinese communist party insists on total control of chinese society and even though peng shuai is an international star, she is still part of that society. we international star, she is still part of that society.- international star, she is still part of that society. we have a situation now, _ part of that society. we have a situation now, of— part of that society. we have a situation now, of course, -
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part of that society. we have a l situation now, of course, where part of that society. we have a - situation now, of course, where the world is looking on demanding answers. the united nations, the white house, tennis associations all saying this needs, there needs to be clarity and there are threats of boycotts on. events. how much pressure does that put on china and what the ramifications of that? it puts enormous pressure on china because china is anxious to portray itself on tarmac to the world is a successful, rising, responsible, major power —— is anxious to portray itself to the world and incidents like this highlights the potential for abuse of power in any authoritarian system and also the fact that the elite has a lifestyle which is somehow linked to celebrities and which people, ordinary people can only imagine and so it is embarrassing also to the
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chinese government because they have claimed that it is not a diplomatic incident where there is it manifestly is diplomatic incident. and so do you think this is... i mean, you said incidents like this, this isn't an isolated situation. do you think this is a moment, though, in case that could lead to change? yes, possibly, although it is hard to say exactly what kind of change. there have been incidents before where for example movie stars have been compromised on the basis of tax irregularities or sexual is stories and things have very quickly changed for their careers and they suddenly disappeared from the limelight so i
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would normally expect an incident like this to have those kinds of consequences but the international dimension of it serves to highlight the fact that we have two very different systems interacting here, chinese domestic politics system and an international tennis.— an international tennis. doctor neil munro, an international tennis. doctor neil munro. thank _ an international tennis. doctor neil munro, thank you _ an international tennis. doctor neil munro, thank you very _ an international tennis. doctor neil munro, thank you very much - an international tennis. doctor neil munro, thank you very much for i munro, thank you very much for joining us. a health regulator has estimated that a record 490 people died in england while detained under the mental health act,
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a health regulator has estimated that a record 490 people died in england while detained under the mental health act, during the first year of the pandemic. the initialfigures from the care quality commission have fuelled concerns that patient safety in psychiatric wards, and across the wider nhs, is being jeopardised by staff shortages. the department of health said record numbers of doctors and nurses were now working in the nhs. patrick baker reports. he wasjust into he was just into everything, he did it, give everything go. help people come of any kind, really outgoing. after struggling with his mental health throughout most of 17—year—old charlie became increasingly wealthy the second half of 2020. he increasingly wealthy the second half of 2020. ., of 2020. he went downhill in the jul time of 2020. he went downhill in the july time and _ of 2020. he went downhill in the july time and he _ of 2020. he went downhill in the july time and he was _ of 2020. he went downhill in the july time and he was then - of 2020. he went downhill in the - july time and he was then sectioned. charlie spent the next three months in and out of mental health unit in manchester. in early december last year, he returned to the world following a night at home. dropped off a quarter _ following a night at home. dropped off a quarter to _ following a night at home. dropped off a quarter to eight _ following a night at home. dropped off a quarter to eight at _ following a night at home. dropped off a quarter to eight at night, - following a night at home. dropped off a quarter to eight at night, he i off a quarter to eight at night, he was in really good spirits, and then i got a phone call at quarter to ii to say they were doing on him. during the course of this evening, charlie had made four attempts on his life. the last of which proves
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fatal. the bbc have obtained a confidential nhs report into charlie's death. . it highlighted staffing issues in the night, saying... ina in a statement, the nhs trust that manages prestwich hospital says... between 2012 and 2019, an average of 272 people died each year while detained in hospital or been supervising the community under the mental health act in england. early estimates of the 12th year of the
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pandemic suggest a record high with 4090 people dying between the start of march 2020 and the start of march 2021. i of march 2020 and the start of march 2021. “ of march 2020 and the start of march 2021. ~ , ., ' of march 2020 and the start of march 2021. ~ , g , ., ., , ., 2021. i think staff shortages are compromising _ 2021. i think staff shortages are compromising patient _ 2021. i think staff shortages are compromising patient safety . 2021. i think staff shortages are compromising patient safety in | 2021. i think staff shortages are - compromising patient safety in every part of— compromising patient safety in every part of the _ compromising patient safety in every part of the nhs at the moment. we have a _ part of the nhs at the moment. we have a workforce crisis and it is time _ have a workforce crisis and it is time we — have a workforce crisis and it is time we completely overhauled the way we _ time we completely overhauled the way we decide how many doctors and nurses— way we decide how many doctors and nurses we _ way we decide how many doctors and nurses we are going to train for the future _ nurses we are going to train for the future we — nurses we are going to train for the future. we need an independent body that sits _ future. we need an independent body that sits outside the department of health, _ that sits outside the department of health, sits outside the nhs, looking — health, sits outside the nhs, looking ahead five years, ten years, 15 years. _ looking ahead five years, ten years, 15 years. this — looking ahead five years, ten years, 15 years, this is the number of doctors — 15 years, this is the number of doctors we _ 15 years, this is the number of doctors we need.— 15 years, this is the number of doctors we need. charlie's mum samantha _ doctors we need. charlie's mum samantha says _ doctors we need. charlie's mum samantha says she _ doctors we need. charlie's mum samantha says she is _ doctors we need. charlie's mum samantha says she is still- doctors we need. charlie's muml samantha says she is still waiting for a clear explanation about how her son could have lost her life in the very place that was meant to keep him safe. a full inquest into charlie's death starts next year. patrick bacon, bbc news. in response to staff shortages, the department of health and social care has told us
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they are "on track to deliver "50,000 more nurses by the end of this parliament." they say there will be further investment and they will be bringing forward plans to reform the mental health act shortly "to ensure anyone in a mental health crisis is treated "with dignity and respect." you're watching bbc news. single—use plastics such as plates and cutlery as well as polystyrene cups could all be banned in england under new plans being considered by the government. it is estimated that only 10% of such items are recycled. according to estimates, in england alone, people get through 1.1 billion single—use plates every year. in addition to that, 4.25 billion single—use pieces of cutlery — most of which are plastic — are also used. disposable coffee cups have been a long—standing issue, and the uk as a whole throws away 2.5 billion of those every year, too. almost £40 million has been raised by the bbc
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children in need appeal. the show was jam—packed with the usual comedy sketches and star—studded performances, as our entertainment correspondent colin paterson reports. for the first time in its 41—year history, children in need took place in the north — at media city in salford. some familiar faces were on duty to welcome pudsey. # i will always love you...# ed sheeran kick—started proceedings, but it wasn't the most talked—about music performance of the evening. that belong to the all—star puppet ensemble, covering a starship classic. # and we can build this bridge together. # standing strong for ever # nothing's going to stop us now...# and in a special news and sports episode of i can see your voice, the challenge was to work out if this was my mike bushell�*s real singing voice.
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turns out it wasn't. # ijust want you to - dance we me tonight...# hi. eastenders' janine butcher met coronation street's steve mcdonald on first dates. you ever been married? uh, well, you could say that, yeah. a couple of times, then? seven. laughter. mastermind's clive myrie tested mel giedroyc on the life and times of her co—host, graham norton. what is graham's favourite film? clingfilm. laughter. boo — no, et. and owain wyn evans found outjust how much his 24—hour drumathon had raised. here we go... an incredible 5,601,138! thank you so much.
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and that helped the total money raised on the night reach... a whopping 59,389,048! an increase of £2 million on last year. colin paterson, bbc news, salford. you can watch the highlights of the show on bbc one at ten to three tomorrow afternoon. we canjust we can just take your life to vienna because there is a demonstration under way after austria became the first country in europe to make coronavirus vaccinations compulsively under new yours and tarmac —— under new laws announced on friday. it was suggested potentially 10,000 people could join in this match and there was anger against these new rules that were making it compulsory for austrians at the vaccine we will keep icicles
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what is happening in the you updated. now it's time for a look at the weather with sarah keith—lucas. it has been very mild for much of november so far but through this weekend things are turning colder particularly by the time we get to tomorrow and that is down to the fact we have got whether from slipping south introducing blue colours, cold air mass and chilly northerly winds. the rest of today, there are dry and mild weather for much of england and wales, of drizzle in the south and some patchy rain in northern england and north wales later on the temperature up to 11 and 12 degrees. scotland and northern ireland into the afternoon getting brighter and some scattered blustery showers. some heavy showers overnight and some scattered blustery showers. some heavy showers overnight in northern scotland, following a snow over the highest ground. temperature isjust about remaining above freezing and most of our times and cities but a touch below for some rubble spot on a chilly start tomorrow then we got today were that cold breeze winning further wintry showers the high
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