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and rises coming in the pipeline. and the economy is bound to slow and it looks like it is going to slow rather more fiercely than all of our leading competitors so in a day which is for the bad news for the prime minister, this is really gloomy prognosis for next year, for the future. the imf is not always right. it has made mistakes. it has got estimates wrong. it famously teams an estimate once during david cameron's time, upgrading them a few times after it being critical of the cover�*s economic management so it is not a certainty but it carries a lot of credibility because it is the imf. ~ , , imf. 0k. when energy bosses themselves — imf. 0k. when energy bosses themselves saying _ imf. 0k. when energy bosses themselves saying the - imf. 0k. when energy bosses| themselves saying the surging imf. 0k. when energy bosses - themselves saying the surging bills of up to 40% is truly horrific you
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are going to get worried. a0%, i mean, that is a frightening, staggering figure.— mean, that is a frightening, staggering figure. mean, that is a frightening, sta: caerin fiaure. . , ., staggering figure. that is the max. but i should _ staggering figure. that is the max. but i should think _ staggering figure. that is the max. but i should think the _ staggering figure. that is the max. but i should think the ft _ staggering figure. that is the max. but i should think the ft printed i but i should think the ft printed this with — but i should think the ft printed this with enormous amounts of glee because _ this with enormous amounts of glee because this government is not their favourite _ because this government is not their favourite for — because this government is not their favourite for many years but ijust think— favourite for many years but ijust think the — favourite for many years but ijust think the imf are wrong. ijust, i was about— think the imf are wrong. ijust, i was about to waver and say and then he said _ was about to waver and say and then he said at— was about to waver and say and then he said at the end they are not always— he said at the end they are not always right and that is true. these are the _ always right and that is true. these are the people who said that the british— are the people who said that the british economy would be completely a basket— british economy would be completely a basket case 12 months after breaks it. a basket case 12 months after breaks it these _ a basket case 12 months after breaks it these are — a basket case 12 months after breaks it. these are people who got it all wrong _ it. these are people who got it all wrong after the financial crisis but how quickly the recovery would come from america let alone britain. these — from america let alone britain. these people are not made many, many times and _ these people are not made many, many times and think again, there are so many— times and think again, there are so many imponderables. you've just mentioned — many imponderables. you've just mentioned the enormous sharp horrible — mentioned the enormous sharp horrible rising energy prices. if you look— horrible rising energy prices. if you look at things like inflation which — you look at things like inflation which take up cost of living, if you
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look which take up cost of living, if you took at _ which take up cost of living, if you look at slowing growth, if you look at the _ look at slowing growth, if you look at the effect of ukraine and russia's_ at the effect of ukraine and russia's war the imponderables and the speed _ russia's war the imponderables and the speed with which things can change. — the speed with which things can change. i— the speed with which things can change, i think going into the forecasting business right now, as the imf_ forecasting business right now, as the imf have done, is not the reputable _ the imf have done, is not the reputable job that they would hope it could _ reputable job that they would hope it could be. i will tell you one thing. — it could be. i will tell you one thing. you _ it could be. i will tell you one thing, you take your hat off to governments of both persuasions. ken clarke, _ governments of both persuasions. ken clarke, gordon brown and george osborne, — clarke, gordon brown and george osborne, they did set the structure of the _ osborne, they did set the structure of the modern british economy to the point where _ of the modern british economy to the point where it has withstood breaks it, point where it has withstood breaks it. the _ point where it has withstood breaks it, the pandemic and ukraine. and it is still— it, the pandemic and ukraine. and it is still here — it, the pandemic and ukraine. and it is still here. it is still strong, if is still here. it is still strong, it this— is still here. it is still strong, if this still, — is still here. it is still strong, if this still, it is a very low unemployment. low interest rates, certainty _ unemployment. low interest rates, certainly popular in ways. it is not in any— certainly popular in ways. it is not in any way— certainly popular in ways. it is not in any way a — certainly popular in ways. it is not in any way a basket case and i would say that— in any way a basket case and i would say that one — in any way a basket case and i would say that one of the great things we are good _
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say that one of the great things we are good at that we have to stop and stop now _ are good at that we have to stop and stop now is — are good at that we have to stop and stop now is talking ourselves into a crisis _ stop now is talking ourselves into a crisis we _ stop now is talking ourselves into a crisis. we are excellent at it. you're — crisis. we are excellent at it. you're the _ crisis. we are excellent at it. you're the only people who actually did praise _ you're the only people who actually did praise the bits at all are the brits _ did praise the bits at all are the brits and. _ did praise the bits at all are the brits. and, you know, there are loads— brits. and, you know, there are loads and — brits. and, you know, there are loads and loads and loads of public and civil— loads and loads and loads of public and civil servants and so many journalists _ and civil servants and so many journalistsjust and civil servants and so many journalists just can't wait to have a pop— journalists just can't wait to have a pop at— journalists just can't wait to have a pop at it — journalists just can't wait to have a pop at it whereas the jobs of so many— a pop at it whereas the jobs of so many wealth creators depend on confidences and we really ought to 'ust confidences and we really ought to just sometimes same yes, it is challenging but it is not a disaster. challenging but it is not a disaster-— challenging but it is not a disaster. as , , ., ., disaster. 30 seconds from each of ou. the disaster. 30 seconds from each of you the daily _ disaster. 30 seconds from each of you. the daily telegraph - disaster. 30 seconds from each of you. the daily telegraph and - you. the daily telegraph and ukraine, germany isolated as the west sent heavy arms. do understand germany's position on this off what would you say about this? set germany's position on this off what would you say about this?- would you say about this? set off with some _ would you say about this? set off with some rather _ would you say about this? set off with some rather surprising - would you say about this? set off with some rather surprising spdl with some rather surprising spd chancellor, some rather surprising
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moves committing germany to the first time in decades to 2% gdp on defence and saying that the pipeline from russia to germany, the gas pipeline would be extended and he has retreated to a traditional german position, promising financial aid to ukraine but not in the vehicles or tanks but it is the more traditional german position. very cuickl . i traditional german position. very quickly. i think _ traditional german position. very quickly. i think it _ traditional german position. very quickly. i think it is _ traditional german position. very quickly. i think it is a _ traditional german position. very quickly. i think it is a disgrace. i quickly. i think it is a disgrace. the are quickly. i think it is a disgrace. they are paying _ quickly. i think it is a disgrace. they are paying 1 _ quickly. i think it is a disgrace. they are paying 1 billion - quickly. i think it is a disgrace. they are paying 1 billion euros| quickly. i think it is a disgrace. l they are paying 1 billion euros a day to— they are paying 1 billion euros a day to prop up the putin regime and fund the _ day to prop up the putin regime and fund the murder of people in ukraine and people _ fund the murder of people in ukraine and people in germany deserve better than this _ and people in germany deserve better than this. people are saying they support— than this. people are saying they support ukraine and i think the
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german— support ukraine and i think the german leadership should look at the neighbour— german leadership should look at the neighbour tonight and just inquire deep _ neighbour tonight and just inquire deep in _ neighbour tonight and just inquire deep in their souls whether they are doing _ deep in their souls whether they are doing the _ deep in their souls whether they are doing the right thing and how history— doing the right thing and how history willjudge them. will doing the right thing and how history willjudge them. history will 'udge them. will try to make sure history willjudge them. will try to make sure that _ history willjudge them. will try to make sure that the _ history willjudge them. will try to make sure that the story - history willjudge them. will try to make sure that the story is - history willjudge them. will try to i make sure that the story is repeated again because there is a lot to discuss. a bit of sport for you. a bit of sport for you. good evening. liverpool are back on top of the premier league on a chastening night for manchester united after they were thrashed four nil at anfield. during the match both sets of fans paid tribute to the family of cristiano ronaldo after the united star revealed he and his partner had lost
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a baby son at the weekend. our correspondent joe wilson reports. applause from manchester united's number seven. applause from manchester united's numberseven. he applause from manchester united's number seven. he was not playing but he was on everyone's thoughts. the death of his baby son is a deeply personal loss. a sadness that can be shared universally. there is times evenif shared universally. there is times even if above and there is no place for rivalry. a match is always a match. by the seventh minute, liverpool were already winning. this is one of the most competitive fixtures in football, traditionally. alex ferguson in the face of every united fan. one team just waiting for direction. the other seeking trophies, lots of them. 3—0. the race going on and manchester united are nowhere near it. he provided the final touch? 4—0, top of the league. the next move as manchester city's.
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alone in front of the goal. a fantastic goal. the second one, outstanding goal. how we played that, how we played that could have scored more. it is unnecessary really. but it was really a good night for all. it really. but it was really a good night for all.— really. but it was really a good night for all. it is embarrassing. it is disappointing. _ night for all. it is embarrassing. it is disappointing. it _ night for all. it is embarrassing. it is disappointing. it is - night for all. it is embarrassing. it is disappointing. it is maybe l it is disappointing. it is maybe even _ it is disappointing. it is maybe even humiliating but we just have to accept _ even humiliating but we just have to accept that — even humiliating but we just have to accept that they are six years ahead of us _ accept that they are six years ahead of us now— accept that they are six years ahead of us now and what they changed at this club, _ of us now and what they changed at this club, they lifted the whole club, _ this club, they lifted the whole club, not — this club, they lifted the whole club, not only did team, the city to a completely different level and this is— a completely different level and this is what has to happen here in the next — this is what has to happen here in the next transfer windows. and fulham will be playing the likes of liverpool
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and manchester united next season having sealed their immediate return to the premier league with four games to spare they cruised past preston north end 3—0 in their championship clash at craven cottage courtesy of a double from aleksander mitrovic. it means marco silva's side could effectively secure the league title as early as saturday if they win at second—placed bournemouth. well, manchester city will be back on top if they beat brighton tomorrow. speaking before liverpool's win, city manager pep guardiola said his side will play every game as if it's a cup final. we are going to play every game to have an opportunity to play another one, another one until the end. we are going to challenge until the end. we are going to fight, that is for sure, end. we are going to fight, that is forsure, untilthe end. we are going to fight, that is for sure, until the end. end. we are going to fight, that is forsure, untilthe end. we end. we are going to fight, that is for sure, until the end. we try to play good and get good results. we try to play good and get good results. the scottish premiership is to introduce var as clubs overwhelmingly voted to implement the technology next season. it's understood out of 42 clubs — only one was opposed. the vote means it will be installed at every premiership ground over the coming months,
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with a full launch expected following the conclusion of the world cup in december. world heavyweight champion tyson fury has vowed to retire after saturday's fight with mandatory challenger dillian whyte at wembley stadium. fury said last month that he would quit after facing his fellow brit and reiterated the claim after today's public workout, despite saying last week he would only decide his future after the showdown. isaid i said this is my last fight and it will be. it will be. i am retiring after the final. i am retiring after the final. meanwhile fury�*s opponent dillian whyte decided to skip today's open work—out, ahead of that highly anticipated world heavyweight title fight on saturday. this was set to be the first time the two of them had been in the same room since the all—british wbc title fight was announced. whyte also missed the unveiling press conference in march. and speaking to the bbc,
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he explained why. i do things properly, you know? these guys want to mess about and penny pinch and they send back and offer me tickets, three or four tickets, to break my training camp, go to england, spent two days doing this and come back again. covid as well, there is a higher risk of near one of my team getting infected and messing up the whole fight, losing the whole fight. these guys are stupid. british number one cameron norrie had to fight hard but is through to the third round of the barcelona open. despite being 145 places higher in the world rankings norries struggled against egor gerasimov of belarus. the world number ten had to come from behind to win in three sets and claim his 16th win of the year. not such good news though for britain's number two, a surprise defeat for twelfth seed dan evans who's been knocked out of the tournament. he lost in straight sets
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to the world number 68 from italy lorenzo musetti. tournament favourite neil robertson is comfortably through to the second round of the world snooker championship after beating debutant ashley hughgill. the australian trailed 3—1 but hit back in devastating fashion as a run of eight frames in a row helped him to a comfortable 10—5 victory. he will face eitherjack lisowski or matthew stevens, that one paused with lisowski leading six frames to three. their match continues tomorrow. meanwhile, eight time finalist john higgins is having a tough time in his first round match. thailand's thepchaiya un—nooh leads five frames to four after the first session. it was locked at four four until un—nooh reached a break of 100 and 1a to edge ahead and give himself a chance of reaching the second round for the first time. the match resumes on wednesday, and that's all the sport for now.
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if your garden and planters are looking a little bit parched at the moment and you mist out on some of the showers we saw on tuesday, you want to grab the watering can with the west of this week. a few showers across western areas but notice how high—pressure is dominating the weather charts in and around the uk. low pressure systems down towards iberia time and time again to stop to the big, the breeze will be strengthening. that breeze tonight across england and wales into the morning which means it will be quite as chilly as it has been but scotland and northern ireland, patchy mist and fog we should clear by the end of the morning rush hour. cloud drifting westwards across england and wales but overall a lot more sunshine around on wednesday compared with tuesday. a few showers
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will pop up through the afternoon across some of these western districts. dry and a bit more of an easterly breeze making it feel cooler along there is north sea coast of england especially. nine or ten for one or two but a little bit warmer so central and western areas, temperatures up to 16 or 17. 17 possible around the moray firth as well. wednesday night into thursday well. wednesday night into thursday we continue with a predominantly dry story. clouds drifting in on that breeze but the breeze continuing to pick up, notice how temperatures are liable to drop as much. we should be clear of fast as we go into thursday morning. a lot of dry and sunny weather to come on thursday. greater chance of mist and low cloud. a bit of cloud drifting through england and wales but sunny spells for many and wales but sunny spells for many and still present the one where you have that sunshine but it is going to start feeling cooler down those eastern coast and got to bear in mind an easterly wind, seven or 8 degrees. it is always going to feel cooler here especially so on friday as that wind picks up even further.
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a greater chance of thicker cloud through england and wales by this stage. even a bit of drizzle in places but most of it will be dry. sheltered from the breeze. it could be quite gusty, that wind. the highest of the temperatures, 15, 16, west of scotland. 15 or 16 on the south coast of england. a bit of a complication as to what happens to this area of low pressure. further north out of iberia it gets and its influence on us. throughout the weekend we will still have that breeze and that will feel quite pleasant but the chance of one or two more showers. bye for now.
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welcome to newsday. reporting live from singapore, i'm mariko oi. the headlines... russia intensifies its offensive in eastern ukraine — we have a special report from a village that's bracing for the worst. they're doing their best, but this is going to be a difficult, protracted war. the united states and its allies respond by promising more military support for ukraine. in the uk, borisjohnson apologises again for breaking covid lockdown rules, insisting it was not done deliberately. as soon as i received the notice, i acknowledged the hurt and the anger, and i said that people had a right
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to expect better of their prime minister.

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