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they are make of this idea that they are pushing and it seems to be backed by the bodies of park facilities being developed. 32 and half million pounds rep to be spent on a essentially a holding site. that's not going to entice these truckers to come across any more. they don't want to be held, they want to flow, they want to drive.— want to be held, they want to flow, they want to drive. that's what used to ha en. they want to drive. that's what used to happen- lots _ they want to drive. that's what used to happen. lots of _ they want to drive. that's what used to happen. lots of people _ they want to drive. that's what used to happen. lots of people warned i to happen. lots of people warned that this would be a consequence of leaving the single market and of trying to establish a border between us and europe when it didn't exist before. it used to be smooth. everybodyjust before. it used to be smooth. everybody just went and came and went as if there was no border at all. and now, you know, ithink that the supply chains have already had a problem with covid, and it is so
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much more difficult to come across the channel and deliver into the uk. hauliers had plenty of business without having to cross the channel, so the idea of a lori park may help take the edge off some of the problems, but it won't actually solve any of the problems, or as he lightly —— as you rightly say, it's not going to exactly entice people to come here as if there is some major attraction to being in a lori park. �* , ., , , ., park. let's turn now, put in plan to be several — park. let's turn now, put in plan to be several ukrainians, _ park. let's turn now, put in plan to be several ukrainians, david? - park. let's turn now, put in plan to be several ukrainians, david? this| be several ukrainians, david? this is an appalling _ be several ukrainians, david? this is an appalling story. if accurate, and there — is an appalling story. if accurate, and there is_ is an appalling story. if accurate, and there is no reason, it's not the first time _ and there is no reason, it's not the first time it's — and there is no reason, it's not the first time it's been reported, though— first time it's been reported, though not in this detail, basically mr putin. — though not in this detail, basically mr putin, it's alleged that he is sending — mr putin, it's alleged that he is sending thousands of ukrainians to remote _ sending thousands of ukrainians to remote corners of russia that don't
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include _ remote corners of russia that don't include moscow and st petersburg, up to five _ include moscow and st petersburg, up to five and _ include moscow and st petersburg, up to five and half thousand miles from their homes according to kremlin documents that have been seen by the eye the _ documents that have been seen by the eye the kremlin insists it's helping the victims of war. it's a very very strange _ the victims of war. it's a very very strange way— the victims of war. it's a very very strange way when the story of this story, _ strange way when the story of this story, though not optimistically come _ story, though not optimistically come i— story, though not optimistically come i have no optimism that it's going _ come i have no optimism that it's going to — come i have no optimism that it's going to be — come i have no optimism that it's going to be over very quickly, one of the _ going to be over very quickly, one of the stories of this were are told. — of the stories of this were are told. this— of the stories of this were are told, this would be one of the wares chapters _ told, this would be one of the wares cha ters. , _, ., told, this would be one of the wares chaters. , _, ., , told, this would be one of the wares cha ters. , .., ., , told, this would be one of the wares chaters. , ., , ., chapters. this could all be part of a rewriting _ chapters. this could all be part of a rewriting of _ chapters. this could all be part of a rewriting of the _ chapters. this could all be part of a rewriting of the narrative - chapters. this could all be part of a rewriting of the narrative along| a rewriting of the narrative along with the new general that has been announced for the may the 9th celebrations in the country as well. it's really quite frightening. if this is correct, and it could well be, history is repeating itself, lots of innocent people being banished to remote coronaries of the
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soviet union in the olden days of russia now. and you know, we saw the so—called humanitarian corridor is for refugees to have safe passage out of ukraine. we are leading straight cash they were leading straight cash they were leading straight interactions in some cases and many ukrainians refuse to go. and if that means that they will just be moved thousands of miles away and dispatched, got rid of in some way like that, then we really are facing seriously frightening times for the ukrainians and indeed for europe as a whole because safe russia succeeds in doing this and gets away with that then takes over ukraine, what will it try next? that is where the ukrainians are fighting on the front line for freedom and democracy in the rest of europe. i know in the humanitarian corridor as reference being discussed, a lot of
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the foreign students and ukraine were also concerned because they were also concerned because they were told we are actually going to be shipped into russia and they refused to go. let's turn to the guardian and sunak, and out of touch hypocrite says, says cara starmer, but you would expect that, wouldn't you? but you would expect that, wouldn't ou? , , ., but you would expect that, wouldn't ou? , . but you would expect that, wouldn't ou? , you? this is a classic story where whatever the. — you? this is a classic story where whatever the, i _ you? this is a classic story where whatever the, i am _ you? this is a classic story where whatever the, i am not _ you? this is a classic story where whatever the, i am not aware - you? this is a classic story where | whatever the, i am not aware that anybody. — whatever the, i am not aware that anybody, including sir kier starmer has after— anybody, including sir kier starmer has after dashed up to now accused either— has after dashed up to now accused either rishi — has after dashed up to now accused either rishi sunak or his wife of breaking — either rishi sunak or his wife of breaking the law, but perception and is, in _ breaking the law, but perception and is, in this— breaking the law, but perception and is, in this generation, so important, and you know, now with sir kier_ important, and you know, now with sir kier starmer in what appears to he an— sir kier starmer in what appears to be an interview with the guardian has accused rishi sunak of rank hypocrisy— has accused rishi sunak of rank hypocrisy and question the ability of super—rich politicians to ever relate _ of super—rich politicians to ever relate to —
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of super—rich politicians to ever relate to the public as downing street, — relate to the public as downing street, we are told they are also comihg — street, we are told they are also coming under pressure to reveal whether— coming under pressure to reveal whether there are any other ministers using schemes to avoid tax. ministers using schemes to avoid tax~ these — ministers using schemes to avoid tax. these are the words of the guardian, — tax. these are the words of the guardian, the question of courses that rishi — guardian, the question of courses that rishi sunak would deny that was seeking _ that rishi sunak would deny that was seeking to— that rishi sunak would deny that was seeking to avoid tax. again, our old friend. _ seeking to avoid tax. again, our old friend. when— seeking to avoid tax. again, our old friend, when are you avoiding tax, when _ friend, when are you avoiding tax, when are — friend, when are you avoiding tax, when are you seeking to minimise tax? _ when are you seeking to minimise tax? ~ . �* when are you seeking to minimise tax? ~ ., �* ., ., ., tax? we haven't got long. i wonder if ou tax? we haven't got long. i wonder if you could — tax? we haven't got long. i wonder if you could summarise _ tax? we haven't got long. i wonder if you could summarise your - tax? we haven't got long. i wonder. if you could summarise your thoughts on this in about 30 seconds. we will come back in the next edition. currently, your thoughts. i think ou currently, your thoughts. i think you nailed _ currently, your thoughts. i think you nailed it _ currently, your thoughts. i think you nailed it on _ currently, your thoughts. i think you nailed it on the _ currently, your thoughts. i think you nailed it on the head. - currently, your thoughts. i think you nailed it on the head. kier l you nailed it on the head. kier starmer would say that, wouldn't he? it's a convenient thing to say, but it's not as glib and as simple as that. and i think clearly, there are issues, but politicians who have made money can certainly relate to ordinary people. that is not, you
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know, net necessarily a problem, but theissue know, net necessarily a problem, but the issue here is one of transparency. the need to declare. i'm so sorry to interrupt, i feel terrible when he did, because i love listening nws want to get your thoughts, but we will come back to this story for sure at 11:30 p:m.. but for now, thank you very much indeed. thank you. thanks forjoining us here for the papers. it is a sport next. good evening. good evening, i'm tulson tollett, and this is your sports news where we start with the news that uefa has ordered atletico madrid to close part of their stadium — for their champions league quarter final clash with manchester city on wednesday. it's over discriminatory behaviour from the spanish club's fans last week in the first leg. the club have also been ordered
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to display a "no to racism" banner at the ground. city have a 1—0 lead in the tie. and attention is still in madrid — where the holders chelsea are hoping to stay in the competition tomorrow, against the la liga leaders real madrid. manager thomas tuchel says his side are allowed to dream — in their attempts to overturn a two goal deficit. chelsea were beaten 3—1 at stamford bridge last week — and have it all to do in the second leg. maybe not the biggest chance given the first game's result and given the competition and the opponent and the stadium will play in, but we never manage our input and our effort and our belief by the chances we have for a result. we never did and we will not start tomorrow. by giving less because it's very unlikely because we make it. huddersfield town are up to third in the championship, after beating luton town 2—0 at thejohn smith's stadium.
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the hosts took the lead just before the hour mark, whenjon russell saw his chance to break the deadlock. there was controversy after elijah adebayo missed the chance to level the match, with three players booked in the resulting melee. naby sarr made sure of the win late in normal time. huddersfield are now four points behind second—placed bournemouth, with five games to play. it's a big day tommorow for the home nations in the women's world cup qualifiers with two of them playing each other. northern ireland are hosting england at a sold out windsor park. 16,000 people will be in attendance — that's a record for a northern ireland women's home match. england can all but seal their qualification to the world cup with victory, but new captain leah williamson knows that their opponents will give them a stern test. they are a serious contender in terms of being able to deliver. i think the qualification for the euros is just another example of
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that. hopefully, yeah, they make it more of a regular thing because it's the only way that you really take nations forward by putting yourself in those positions. i am delighted for them. in those positions. i am delighted forthem. i in those positions. i am delighted for them. i think the sell—out crowd tomorrow speaks for itself. while northern ireland against england is a sell out at windsor park, scoland's players were last week frustrated at how little of hampden park appeared to have available tickets for their game against spain. but despite the row, caroline weir says that the team is fully focused on the game at hand. that hasn't distracted us from the number one focus, which is the game, and as football players, that's the most important thing. there are always things going on and off the pitch, so it's easy to separate the two and like i said the players are in a good place, they are focused, they've trained well and we are excited to go out there and play in front of a decent crowd. wales women play kazakhstan and they're third in their group after losing 2—1 to france on friday. although they can still finish second if they win their
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final three qualifiers. forward natasha harding is likely to win her 100th cap, with the reading captain admitting she is expecting to feel emotional about becoming wales' latest centurion. i have always put myself in a position that i would always be ready for whales. to follow in the footsteps ofjess and others, i can go on, these are amazing players that have played for this country and have continued to do so. to put myself on that list as well, it's an incredible achievement. jimmy anderson says he feels fresh and raring to go — ahead of his lancashire side's county championship opener against kent this week. anderson is england's most prolific test bowler — but was left out of the recent tour of west indies — which england lost. he says he's targeting wickets for lancashire, to force his way back into the frame, and still has the desire to keep going.
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i still love playing, i still love bowling, i still feel in great shape. i still feel like i've got something to offer the sports, whether that's with lancashire or england, so i think as long as i've got that drive, i will keep going. it's something that i'm lucky that i've had it for a while. that drive and passion to play the game. ijust keep trying to do that. the fia — motorsport�*s governing body — is investigating after a 15—year—old russian karting champion appeared to make a nazi salute on a podium. artem severiukhin competing under an italian flag because of the russian invasion of ukraine, seemed to perform the offensive gesture after winning the first round of the european championship in portugal on sunday. the fia announced it had launched an immediate investigation into the teenagers behaviour on monday, and his team has since terminated his contract. russian ex—f1 driver nikita mazepin has had property and assets worth almost 90 million pounds seized by italian authorities. the former haas driver
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and his oligarch father dmitry were sanctioned following russia's invasion of ukraine. italian financial police seized luxury properties on the north east coast of sardinia. mazepin was sacked in march by us owned f1 team haas and has been included in an eu sanctions list along with his father. for more on that and everything else can he can head to our website. that is all your support for now. —— that's all the sport for now. hello. compared with the rather chilly conditions we had last week, this week is certainly bringing us some higher temperatures, but it will bring some rain at times. we're going to see some bursts of showering and potentially heavy thundery rain drifting northwards overnight with some drier, clear
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weather in between the downpours. temperatures, well, they won't drop far. it is going to be a mild night, 5—10 celsius. so a mild start to tuesday, frost free for just about everybody. but through the day, while there will be some dry weather and some sunshine, we will also see these heavy, thundery bursts of rain moving quite erratically northwards. where we do see the best of any sunshine, maybe across eastern england, temperatures could get to 18—20 celsius. it is a warm day for many, but still a little chilly in the northeast of scotland. as we look further ahead, through the middle of the week and towards the easter weekend, there is going to be a lot of fine and dry weather around. some sunshine, feeling warm and that sunshine. but there is still a chance that we will see a bit of rain at times.
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welcome to newsday. reporting live from singapore, i'm karishma vaswani. the headlines... more evidence emerges about the sexual violence ukraininan women have suffered at the hands of russian forces — we have a special report. the woman who lived in this house managed to escape along with her child. she called the ukrainian police, and she has given them her testimony. she has told them she was raped multiple times by the two drunk russian soldiers who killed her husband. ukraine's president warns russia is amassing tens of thousands of troops ahead of a fresh offensive in the eastern donbas region. we'll hear from our defence correspondent who's in the donbas region. also on newsday. .. the murder of british
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mp sir david amess — a supporter of the islamic state group is found guilty.

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