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' williams williams talked stealing £17,000. mr williams talked about the _ stealing £17,000. mr williams talked about the grim punishments that so many— about the grim punishments that so many of— about the grim punishments that so many of the victims of this miscarriage ofjustice have faced. families — miscarriage ofjustice have faced. families are a part of his reputation is ruined, lives wrecked. and really— reputation is ruined, lives wrecked. and really sad that this male splashing 33 people died before their innocence was recognised with their innocence was recognised with the and _ their innocence was recognised with the and yet — their innocence was recognised with the and yet those still alive have yet to _ the and yet those still alive have yet to receive compensation. rachel. liz's yet to receive compensation. rachel. liz's absolutely _ yet to receive compensation. rachel. liz's absolutely right, _ yet to receive compensation. rachel. liz's absolutely right, it's _ liz's absolutely right, it's heartbreaking and some of those deaths were reportedly death by suicide potentially as a result of the strain of these wrongful convictions i think a lot of people will find staggering is this is down to a computer glitch software by a japanese company. which has yet to pay a penny in terms of compensation for them and the compensation when it does come will come from the post office and potentially from the uk taxpayer. and since 2013 so long
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after this scandal had started, this company has been awarded a further £3.1 billion worth of uk government contracts, is according to one of my colleagues at the new statesman. i just think people will find it astonishing ones that it happen, to that it was allowed to continue happening for so long. were talking. over a decade. and three, the dodgy software haven't faced any consequences whatsoever. {lilia software haven't faced any consequences whatsoever. 0k, daily telea-rah, consequences whatsoever. 0k, daily telegraph. lucy. _ consequences whatsoever. 0k, daily telegraph, lucy, the _ consequences whatsoever. 0k, daily telegraph, lucy, the met _ consequences whatsoever. 0k, daily telegraph, lucy, the met is - consequences whatsoever. 0k, daily telegraph, lucy, the met is to - telegraph, lucy, the met is to reveal the number of fines for party gate events. i reveal the number of fines for party gate events-— gate events. i think there'll be a lot of interest _ gate events. i think there'll be a lot of interest around _ gate events. i think there'll be a lot of interest around because . lot of interest around because confusion _ lot of interest around because confusion has rained about exactly what members of the public will be told about — what members of the public will be told about the conclusion of scotland yard inquiry into 12 events allegedly— scotland yard inquiry into 12 events allegedly rule breaking parties to taking _ allegedly rule breaking parties to taking place across downing street
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and other— taking place across downing street and other government buildings. the telegraph— and other government buildings. the telegraph is revealing tomorrow is at the _ telegraph is revealing tomorrow is at the met will confirm the number of fines— at the met will confirm the number of fines given out for each event. it will— of fines given out for each event. it will also — of fines given out for each event. it will also give a reason why that event _ it will also give a reason why that event was found to have been in breach— event was found to have been in breach of— event was found to have been in breach of the covid regulations. it won't _ breach of the covid regulations. it won't name individuals and indeed it won't _ won't name individuals and indeed it won't report— won't name individuals and indeed it won't report those individuals to the civil— won't report those individuals to the civil service. the central government won't be aware which staff working at downing street and across _ staff working at downing street and across the _ staff working at downing street and across the white nile estate have been _ across the white nile estate have been fine — across the white nile estate have been fine. i think it remains to be seen— been fine. i think it remains to be seen that— been fine. i think it remains to be seen that if— been fine. i think it remains to be seen that if that washes with mps in the public— seen that if that washes with mps in the public at large. there's been so much _ the public at large. there's been so much public— the public at large. there's been so much public interest in the party -ate much public interest in the party gate scandal. some events in particular, i think one of the most politically— particular, i think one of the most politically charged gatherings under investigation is the ones that took place _ investigation is the ones that took place in _ investigation is the ones that took place in the prime ministers private downing _ place in the prime ministers private downing street flat on the 13th of november, 2020. he is thought to have been— november, 2020. he is thought to have been present in the flat that
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evening _ have been present in the flat that evening when there were reports of abba music— evening when there were reports of abba music playing and allegedly some _ abba music playing and allegedly some party to celebrate dominic cummings departure from government. the prime _ cummings departure from government. the prime minister has denied it was a party. _ the prime minister has denied it was a party. its _ the prime minister has denied it was a party, its claim that he's going to argue — a party, its claim that he's going to argue that he was working part of the evening. i think people will want _ the evening. i think people will want to— the evening. i think people will want to know, if there are fines given— want to know, if there are fines given out— want to know, if there are fines given out and that is the prime mihister— given out and that is the prime minister being fines, his wife being fine, what — minister being fines, his wife being fine, what has really gone on there? rachel, _ fine, what has really gone on there? rachel, obviously, lucy's paper but there is a line interestingly here saying that confusion about whether the public would know the outcome of the public would know the outcome of the investigation. do you think the public will want to know and will question why they are not being told, if that's what happens? i think the media will certainly want to know. it will be on the front page of every newspaper, was the prime ministerfind or not? the police won't tell us. the fact is the metropolitan police have made so many absolutely inexplicable decisions from this from saying they wouldn't investigate because they
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haven't in the past two saying they would investigate but only if sue great didn't publish the report so they have time to question people. and a questionnaire so they could all have time to check answers with each other before filling it. the whole thing is been absolutely absurd. while i think it's absolutely right that individuals and advisers don't get name because thatis and advisers don't get name because that is an issue of privacy, if were talking about the prime minister who stated so many times that he didn't break any rules personally i think we do have a right to know. whether anyone will tell us is another matter. but given our leaky downing street is at the moment i think will probably get some hint. luca; street is at the moment i think will probably get some hint.— probably get some hint. lucy will sta with probably get some hint. lucy will stay with your — probably get some hint. lucy will stay with your paper. _ probably get some hint. lucy will stay with your paper. the - probably get some hint. lucy will stay with your paper. the other l stay with your paper. the other story making headlines today. not necessarily in sports. the day the olympics died. this necessarily in sports. the day the olympics died-— olympics died. this is the story that the teenage _ olympics died. this is the story that the teenage prodigy, - olympics died. this is the story that the teenage prodigy, the l olympics died. this is the story - that the teenage prodigy, the female figure _ that the teenage prodigy, the female figure skater will be allowed to compete tomorrow as she tries to win
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her second _ compete tomorrow as she tries to win her second gold medal in the women's gold medal— her second gold medal in the women's gold medal event despite having failed _ gold medal event despite having failed a — gold medal event despite having failed a drug test on christmas day for that— failed a drug test on christmas day for that i_ failed a drug test on christmas day for that i think it's an extraordinary decision very controversial by the arbitration by sports _ controversial by the arbitration by sports to— controversial by the arbitration by sports to go ahead and compete tomorrow — sports to go ahead and compete tomorrow. the full investigation into what's happening, this doping scandal— into what's happening, this doping scandal is— into what's happening, this doping scandal is yet to take place. she could _ scandal is yet to take place. she could yet — scandal is yet to take place. she could yet faced a suspension or band _ could yet faced a suspension or band but — could yet faced a suspension or band. but the court of arbitration determined that because she is so young, _ determined that because she is so young, she — determined that because she is so young, she is 15 years old and because — young, she is 15 years old and because of the unusual circumstances that she _ because of the unusual circumstances that she failed a doping test for band _ that she failed a doping test for band heart medication but it was only tested for it for days later she was— only tested for it for days later she was only a price of this last week— she was only a price of this last week that — she was only a price of this last week that should be in an exceptional circumstance that she should _ exceptional circumstance that she should be — exceptional circumstance that she should be allowed to compete. the us in particular— should be allowed to compete. the us in particular have just said it's another— in particular have just said it's another chapter in rushers
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systematic pervasive disregard for clean _ systematic pervasive disregard for clean sport. there's a lot of anger and l'm _ clean sport. there's a lot of anger and l'm not— clean sport. there's a lot of anger and i'm not surprised. 30 seconds rachel, and i'm not surprised. 30 seconds rachel. your _ and i'm not surprised. 30 seconds rachel, your quick _ and i'm not surprised. 30 seconds rachel, your quick thoughts - and i'm not surprised. 30 seconds rachel, your quick thoughts on i and i'm not surprised. 30 seconds. rachel, your quick thoughts on this story. i rachel, your quick thoughts on this sto . ~' . . story. i think the idea that the rules don't — story. i think the idea that the rules don't apply _ story. i think the idea that the rules don't apply to _ story. i think the idea that the rules don't apply to her- story. i think the idea that the l rules don't apply to her because she's 15 is again absurd. what kind of incentive does that send? if you get a drug athletes make sure that they are underage athletes and then you get away with it, absolutely appalling messaging. idistill you get away with it, absolutely appalling messaging.— you get away with it, absolutely appalling messaging. will leave it there for now. _ will have more at 1130. rachel cunliffe and lucy fisher will be back again at 11:30 goodbye for now. thank you forjoining us here on bbc news. i will see you at 1130. for now, here's sport. hello, i'm mark edwards with your sport. hello, i'm mark edwards with your sport.
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day ten of the winter olympics in beijing is done and dusted, with team gb still to win a medal. it's 30 years since great britain returned from a winter games empty—handed, and the ambition this time around was 3—7 podium finishes. but not all hope is lost, with some promising contenders still to compete. here's our sports correspondent, andy swiss. team gb is —— for that ten days, zero metals. britn has hardly sort so far in this games but could kirstie muir finally give them lift off? the youngest athlete but she cruised through to the slopes are vital in sixth place and hopes even better is to come. solid run for kirstie muir. i feel like i definitely had a few mistaken the first run which i'm hoping to clean up tomorrow. and not as good in my 2nd. honestly, so happy. just can't wait for it. her team—mate also qualified after what's been a desperate game so far for britain just maybe.
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and so team gb will have two skiers in the final here tomorrow and with kirstie muir in particular they will have high hopes of that elusive first medal. a tide match to the very last stone. any other chances? the men's curlers are inside of the semifinals after dramatically edging out switzerland. there are worries for the women though after they lost to canada. it's a win for canada. in the ice dance meanwhile, britain's pair skated to the lion king soundtrack and secured a credible top ten finishes. i reckon she's been shopping in beijing. but the strangest site, france's big air vent dressed as a tiger for that why? thedespite being injured she wanted a finaljump before retiring. although she finished last at least she went out with a roar. what a costume.
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so let's take a look at how those events leave the medal table... norway out in front with 9 golds... followed by germany, the us and the netherlands. one game in the championship ended goal is between west brom and black barn at the hawthorne. bought a taken the second half but diaz was denied. by the outside flag despite good finish. wes palmer eight. wes palmer eight. dundee beat peterhead 2—0 to book their place in the quarterfinals of the scottish cup dundee beat the league one side with a charlie adam penalty, folowed by goals after the breakfrom niall mcginn and josh mulligan. dundee will play rangers in the last eight. how big of an impact will this have on newcastle's fight to stay in the premier league? their inform defender kieran trippier has fractured his foot.
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the club's confirmed the injury on monday. trippier has made a significant impression sincejoining from atletico madrid injanuary, scoring free—kicks in successive wins over everton and villa. four premier league players who play for argentina have been given two match international bans, following the abandoned world cup qualifier against brazil last september. the fixture was sensationally stopped by brazilian health officials walking onto the pitch afterjust five minutes of play, covid rules at the time stated that any person who had been in uk within14 days of arriving in brazil had to quarantine for two weeks upon arrival. tottenham's cristian romero and giovani lo celso — who joined villarreal on loan in january and aston villa pair emiliano martinez and emiliano buendia were accused of giving false information on their covid—19 declarations when entering brazil for the game. european football's governing body uefa says it'll give away 30
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thousand free tickets to fans of the teams involved in this season's major european club finals this year's champions league final is at the gazprom stadium in russia and each finalist will receive 5,000 tickets per club, with 4,000 going to both sides in the europa league final. finalists in the europa conference league and the women's champions league will get three thousand tickets each. uefa says the offer is a reward for support during the pandemic. mark cavendish said he was lucky to escape with only grazes and bruises, after a nasty fall during the penultimate stage of the tour of oman. it is the british rider's first race since he was hospitalised after a high—speed track crash in ghent in november. he was able to get back on his bike and rejoin the race. tomorrow's final stage is expected to be a sprint finish, giving the 36—year—old a chance of taking both the stage and the sprint points classification. formula one's governing body failed to make any proposals following its inquiry into the dramatic events at last year's abu dhabi grand prix.
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the title deciding race ended in controversy, with questions on whether the rules were correctly followed when max verstappen beat lewis hamilton to the championship on the final lap. the fia said today that its analysis is still ongoing, with an announcement on changes to race management expected later this week. in rugby union, england and newcastle falcons back row mark wilson has retired from rugby union at the age of 32. wilson won 23 caps for england, including playing at the 2019 world cup, and made his last test appearance in the 2021 six nations. but an ongoing knee problem contributed to his decision to retire. and former great britain rugby league player and coach johnny whiteley has died at the age of 91. whiteley was part of test series wins over australia with the lions as both player and coach, and was part of three world cup squads between 1954 and 1960. he also won the championship and played in challenge cup finals with hull for whom he scored 156
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tries in a17 games, and coached both hull fc and hull kr. and that's all the sport for now. hello there. we've got some stormy weather later in the week — but before then, some spells of rain. and, after a wet start in scotland on tuesday morning, that wetter weather moves into the northern isles. the same band of cloud and rain pushes across england and wales, it will stay wet in the afternoon in the southeast. but elsewhere, probably brightening up with some sunshine, a few showers, wintry over the hills in scotland where it's a bit colder on tuesday. 9—10 celsius for england and wales, clouding over, though, in northern ireland. and we'll all see a spell of rain returning overnight. brief respite on wednesday morning, but again, it turns wetter especially in the north and west on wednesday. and ahead of that rain, some unusually mild air, really, across southeastern parts of the uk. but the winds are strengthening through the day, they'll continue to pick up during the evening and overnight as storm dudley races
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to the north of scotland with stronger winds on the southern flank of that storm. it will get windy for many overnight — this is where the strongest of the winds are expected, this is where we have this amber wind warning from the met office with some damage and disruption.
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welcome to newsday. reporting live from singapore, i'm mariko oi. the headlines... as warnings persist that a russian attack may be imminent, ukraine's president zelensky says his country is ready to fight for its freedom. translation: they tell us that february the 16th will be - the day of the invasion. we will make this into unity day. president biden has been speaking with borisjohnson about the crisis. both men agree a crucial window for diplomacy still exists. canadian prime minister, justin trudeau, invokes rarely used emergency powers in an attempt to end protests against covid measures. the world anti—doping agency says it's disappointed that a 15—year—old
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russian ice skater has been allowed to compete in the winter

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