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it's deja hooliganism at its worst. it's deja vu as someone in america said, all again. it's extraordinary there were no deaths. i didn'tjust look at it on social media i was supposed to be deployed there and report live from there. i actually chose not to go. i was very concerned. and what i was seeing, hearing, my knowledge of working in the field i thought it was a dangerous place to be for all kinds of reasons. so i was lucky enough not to be forced to be deployed there. it is deplorable that this happened, it was a collective failure and it was a gross misunderstanding of... i'm afraid you have to prepare for the worse. well i could worsen happened. it was very bad, very, very bad. the awful thing — it was very bad, very, very bad. the awful thing according to this report
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the worse could happen if england had won. that's the thing everyone is relieved the night. that's a terrible reflection. at the people in charge were actually relieved that england lost because of the consequences in that stadium if england had won. the consequences in that stadium if england had won.— consequences in that stadium if england had won. the thing about tournaments _ england had won. the thing about tournaments like _ england had won. the thing about tournaments like that _ england had won. the thing about tournaments like that world - england had won. the thing about tournaments like that world cup | tournaments like that world cup championships, as the momentum builds_ championships, as the momentum builds up— championships, as the momentum builds up great thing is it brings the country together but also brings his side _ the country together but also brings his side of— the country together but also brings his side of things as well which is a sad _ his side of things as well which is a sad part— his side of things as well which is a sad part of it. things got closer and close — a sad part of it. things got closer and close to the final, it almost felt like — and close to the final, it almost felt like some people felt like oh they're _ felt like some people felt like oh they're were new rules, we can do what _ they're were new rules, we can do what we _ they're were new rules, we can do what we want. everyone involved, 'ust what we want. everyone involved, just get _ what we want. everyone involved, just get out of control. if we had won i_ just get out of control. if we had won i think— just get out of control. if we had won i think we would've seen even uglier— won i think we would've seen even uglier scenes. i think... uglier scenes. ithink... security needed — uglier scenes. ithink... security needed to— uglier scenes. ithink... security needed to be up but covid was part of that_ needed to be up but covid was part of that is_ needed to be up but covid was part of that is well which this article touches— of that is well which this article touches on. it was more difficult to manage _ touches on. it was more difficult to manage because of all those restrictions and staffing. it also went _ restrictions and staffing. it also went out — restrictions and staffing. it also went out the window because of covid and because of people had been
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cooped — and because of people had been cooped up. i'm not saying that's an excuse _ cooped up. i'm not saying that's an excuse at _ cooped up. i'm not saying that's an excuse at all, it's not. no, cooped up. i'm not saying that's an excuse at all, it's not.— excuse at all, it's not. no, no. peole excuse at all, it's not. no, no. peeple have — excuse at all, it's not. no, no. people have that _ excuse at all, it's not. no, no. people have that sense - excuse at all, it's not. no, no. people have that sense of- excuse at all, it's not. no, no. - people have that sense of freedom and liberty and also entitlement which is the really shocking thing. we were entitled to go in. we'd had a pay but we are entitled to go in because it's our team and it's our country and all the rest. i was very struckjust by reading some that apparently it turns out that wembley is regarded a football fans one of the easiest venues to get into without a ticket for that which is pretty shocking itself. take us to the front of the times. a bit of politics. a, the front of the times. a bit of olitics. �* , ., ,., . , the front of the times. a bit of olitics. �* , ., ., ., ., politics. a bit of politics and a bit of hands _ politics. a bit of politics and a bit of hands in _ politics. a bit of politics and a bit of hands in our _ politics. a bit of politics and a bit of hands in our pockets . politics. a bit of politics and a - bit of hands in our pockets because it's about tax. an income test could be cut by two parents. so rishi sunak the chancellor is preparing to cut income tax according to the times by 2p and the pound. or little work,/ vat rates before the next
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election. gosh, that seems like 1,000,000 miles away. but who knows? it might not be. we will see. by so far, another in two weeks, will see what happens. so apparently the chancellor has told officials drop detailed plans. because of course with a pandemic, with the high spending, the furlough system and everything we've had a very high spending chancellor and a very high spending chancellor and a very high spending conservative party. apparently rishi sunak and the prime minister very much want to change that image before the next general election. ., ., , , , election. yeah. not surprising reall . it election. yeah. not surprising really. it requires _ election. yeah. not surprising really. it requires a _ election. yeah. not surprising really. it requires a certain . election. yeah. not surprising - really. it requires a certain amount of puts having thing putting pencils taxes up for that is it the highest it's been since the 1950s with a view can convince people to couple years to cut taxes and see if it'll go to the level they were a remained higher than they were and people will sort of forgive and forget. it does feel like they're trying to
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change — does feel like they're trying to change the narrative, rishi sunak trying _ change the narrative, rishi sunak trying to— change the narrative, rishi sunak trying to change the narrative constantly. it's very much a political, _ constantly. it's very much a political, like trying to make tweaks — political, like trying to make tweaks and trying to keep people on side. tweaks and trying to keep people on side the _ tweaks and trying to keep people on side. the election feels like so far away— side. the election feels like so far away at _ side. the election feels like so far away at the — side. the election feels like so far away at the moment. this can be more changes _ away at the moment. this can be more chances. , , , , ., , , changes. yes, plenty times to put up a few more — changes. yes, plenty times to put up a few more taxes _ changes. yes, plenty times to put up a few more taxes before _ changes. yes, plenty times to put up a few more taxes before he - changes. yes, plenty times to put up a few more taxes before he has - changes. yes, plenty times to put up a few more taxes before he has to i a few more taxes before he has to start taking them down again. and as with the daily telegraph is a really interesting lead. as far as i can tell it's an exclusive. it is as made the front pages of the others but it deserves to be on the right pages of the others but it deserves to be on the right pages. pestering women in the street to be outlawed. yes, i think this will be welcomed by a lot— yes, i think this will be welcomed by a lot of— yes, i think this will be welcomed by a lot of women across the country _ by a lot of women across the country. especially in london. 0bviousiy— country. especially in london. obviously comes off the back of what happened _ obviously comes off the back of what happened with sarah everard which the article — happened with sarah everard which the article touches on. one part of it we _ the article touches on. one part of it i've obviously been looking at is they talk— it i've obviously been looking at is they talk about the misogyny element of this _
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they talk about the misogyny element of this. that's not going to become a hate _ of this. that's not going to become a hate crime, so that's part of it that's— a hate crime, so that's part of it that's quite _ a hate crime, so that's part of it that's quite interesting. that's something that whitehall sources say will be _ something that whitehall sources say will be ineffective to change i think— will be ineffective to change i think some people are thinking that being _ think some people are thinking that being part _ think some people are thinking that being part of it as well. the thing about— being part of it as well. the thing about this — being part of it as well. the thing about this i do think it's obviously good _ about this i do think it's obviously good that— about this i do think it's obviously good that this is happening but i think— good that this is happening but i think it's — good that this is happening but i think it's the proof side of it this is going — think it's the proof side of it this is going to — think it's the proof side of it this is going to be... the enforcement. enforcement, yeah. people come forward _ enforcement, yeah. people come forward and report in at least prosecutions and stuff then that's great _ prosecutions and stuff then that's great i'rn — prosecutions and stuff then that's great. i'm sure welcomed by lots of people _ great. i'm sure welcomed by lots of --eole. ., ., ~ ., people. forgive me, wearing anna time. we people. forgive me, wearing anna time- we will— people. forgive me, wearing anna time. we will come _ people. forgive me, wearing anna time. we will come back _ people. forgive me, wearing anna time. we will come back to - people. forgive me, wearing anna time. we will come back to more i time. we will come back to more substantially on the story in our next review because i think it's important talk about it. so next review because i think it's important talk about it.- next review because i think it's important talk about it. so the new offence will — important talk about it. so the new offence will be _ important talk about it. so the new offence will be called _ important talk about it. so the new offence will be called public - important talk about it. so the new offence will be called public sexual| offence will be called public sexual harassment. it's not that it will be quite an effective way of protecting women against violence. i think it's
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very much also to go along with trying to protect women from the trolling and harassment that a lot of women have received online. also the boyfriend, sexing all of that. how quickly i can turn into abuses well. thank you both. we will see you again just after half 11. coming up next its port and weather and i will be back at 11. good evening i'm chetan pathak with your sports news. yorkshire cricket coach andrew gale says the county's decision to sack him has come as a �*surprise.’ the former captain had already been suspended as part of an investigation into a tweet he sent in 2010. earlier today yorkshire announced 16 coaching staff — including gale and director of cricket martyn moxon — had left the club.
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the announcement follows a report which found former player azeem rafiq was a victim of "racial harassment and bullying" at the club. yorkshire's new chairman lord patel said today "significant change is required. the decisions were difficult to make, but are in the best interests of the club." this evening gale released a statement to the bbc pledging to "fight the decision legally". it might only be december but a big game tonight in the championship title race, with the top two bournemouth and fulham meeting at craven cottage. it was a first return to the ground for ex—fulham boss scott parker, who left them in the summer to take charge of bournemouth. and his side took the lead when dominic solanke scored straight from the restart after half time. but with 84 minutes on the clock toshin adara—bioyo headed in a deserved equaliser. it finished 1 all, leaving fulham top and a point clear. in the fa cup tonight, there was no upset at gateshead where charlton have won 2—0
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to safely make it through to the third round. meanwhile national league stockport — who beat bolton in the last round — lost at the league one leaders rotherham1—0. in the women's fa cup — it's the final on sunday. this is the completion of last season's competition which was delayed by the pandemic. the quarter finals onwards have been played this season with chelsea and arsenal meeting on sunday at wembley. chelsea boss emma hayes admits the timings strange, especially off an international break, but says she's looking forward to it. it's weird coming back after into a cup final. because of being there so many time i don't really put any different energy into it than i do a normal game. what changes is there is more press. but everything else stays the same. yeah, weird circumstances going into a cup final. but one that i'm really excited about.
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but one that i'm really excited about. wigan manager leam richardson has called for more people in football — including fans — to undergo cpr training like he did after one of his players suffered a cardiac arrest. striker charlie wyke collapased during a practice session last month and says his manager saved his life by beginning the resuscitation process before the doctor arrived. speaking today richardson says he hopes others are able to respond in the same way. just to echo the statement and his words, it is important that we make it that we make as many people as aware as possible, not just for the players and the staff, but the many thousands of fans that come and watch football on a regular basis, it's notjust the players have had a couple of incidents in the stands, if the person next to you or two seats behind you has the knowledge to be able to save someone's life. manchester united's interim boss ralf rangnick has been speaking to the press for the first time since taking over at old trafford. he admitted "it was a job offer
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he couldn't turn down" and said he's "not ruling staying—on as manager" beyond his initial six months in charge. and he also spoke about his longer term ambitions for the team. it's about winning titles, winning the league, winning cop. being as successful as you can be in the champions league. and this is also an issue for the new year that we are still in the champions league and bending the draw can overly get further in that competition. and into a half years i think the dna of the team of the club is clear, you have to be as successful as you can be. the record seven time champion ronnie o'sullivan has been knocked out of the uk snooker championship by kyren wilson, following a dramatic final frame decider. in a repeat of last year's world championship final — which o'sullivan won — wilson made three half—century breaks and two centuries as he put in one of the best performances
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of his career. the rocket fought back from 2—0 and 5—3 down to level the match but wilson took the deciding frame to win by 6 frames to 5. obviously he's hungry to win titles. i've done in the game you know so i was like that when i hadn't won a major and stuff like that. you have all the desire at that stage and it's great to see. it shows that he's got a real passion for the game. and wilson will face belgium's luca brecel in the semi final after the belgian knocked out scotland's anthony mcgill — who conceded in the final frame as he lost by 6 frames to 2. it's the inaugral saudi arabian grand prix this weekend and lewis hamilton has turned up the heat on championship rival max verstappen. hamilton — eight points behind verstappen in the drivers�* championship — was fastest in second practice for the penultimate race of the season, nearly two tenths quicker than verstappen, who was fourth fastest.
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the session was called to a halt five minutes early because of this crash — charles leclerc lost control of his ferrari at turn 22. there wasn't much left of the car but thankfully he walked away from the crash unharmed. in rugby union there was one game in the premiership tonight as gloucester beat bristol bears 27—10 at kingsholm to move into the top four. chris chapman amongst the try scorers here after running with the ball from the half way line. meanwhile, edinburgh kept up their good form in the united rugby championship with a 24—10 win over benetton. this try from emiliano boffelli on his home debut amongst the pick. elsewhere leinster beat connacht 47—19 and sharks were also victorious against bulls. and that's all the sport for now. more on those stories — including all the snooker results and reaction — on the bbc sport website, but from me and the team goodnight.
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hello. it's a rather cold and windy weekend on the way. the wettest weather will be during saturday. early rain clearing away from the eastern side of england, sunny spells following on behind. an area of rain and hill snow moving south through scotland, plenty of showers running into northern ireland, wintry on hills. rain and hills pushing in through parts of england, north wales later across more of the midlands as well. northwest scotland brightening up, south wales in southern england dry for a lot of the day. and temperatures will feel colder than this in the brisk wind, the risk of gales around western coast. overnight and into sunday central and eastern parts of england with further outbreaks of rain here. many other places with clear spells, a chance of catching a shower in the west was up and where you have the clear spells it will be a colder night with a greater chance of frost in the morning. eastern areas of england with outbreaks of rain on sunday. some of that mayjust knowledge towards the midlands. maybe fringe into eastern scotland later. much of scotland though,
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northern ireland, wales and western parts of england having a drier day, sonny's spells but parts of england having a drier day, sunny�*s spells but still chilly wind.
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