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to have our raincoats and brollies to hand. so let's take a look at some of the front pages. the financial times, trump team seeks for trial before election is a headline. the guardian, trump court date set, us set on course for election crutch. and york first president rabbi says 1190. finally on the times, drum heads back to washington to deny election charges. that's all tonight. mark's here tomorrow. before we go, you may have noticed we've had the newsnight whatsapp number up on screen. we love to hear from you and will read out some of your thoughts on what you've seen. tonight some comments on that trump legal case. luan o'carroll from north london told us, "trump's voter base support his actions, perhaps a conviction would result in a sort of public jury nullification." and helen clarkson—fieldsend from suffolk wrote to say she thinks we may have missed the main focus

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Breakfast

had a huge response and lots of questions that we will run through in a second. many tenants are facing rent hikes of hundreds of pounds a month on top of rising food and energy bills that have gone up. and for others, it�*s a question of whether they can find a suitable property in their price range at all. £1,190 a month is now the average asking price for rent outside of london — a new record high. meanwhile, in the capital average rent is hitting more than £2,500 for the first time. prices are not going up quite as fast as they were, but the property website rightmove says it�*s a case of supply and demand. there are far too many people competing for fewer properties, and research for the bbc shows the number of homes available to rent in the uk has fallen by a third over the past 18 months. people have also had increases in property values. so when properties have come empty, where they might traditionally try to secure a new tenant, they've now realised

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Breakfast

you have some figures to give us an indication stuck in new figures out this morning but many people just finding it simply impossible to find a place finding it simply impossible to find a lace ., , finding it simply impossible to find alace . ., yes, some tenants are facing rent hikes of hundreds of pounds a month — that�*s of course on top of rising food and energy bills as well. for others, it�*s a question of whether they can find a suitable property in their price range at all. £1,190 a month is now the average asking price for rent outside of london — a new record high. meanwhile in the capital average rent is hitting more than £2,500 for the first time. the property website rightmove says it�*s a case of supply and demand driving up prices — too many people competing forfewer properties. research for the bbc shows the number of homes available to rent in the uk has fallen by a third over the past 18 months. why? well, the vast majority of landlords have interest—only mortgages.

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Fox News Live

24 hours. they are up 158%, and it looks like title 42's on the way out. what do you make of the situation right now? >> look, it's only going to get worse, right? i spent the last two days getting angry at the tv set with the secretary under oath sitting in front of congress saying the border's secure, the border's closed, and we're effectively managing this crisis. he lied under oath. the first sitting cabinet member that i know that lied under oath to members of congress. he lied to the american people. you can't say the border's closed and secure when you've got over 700,000 gotaways. you can't say the border's secure when you've got nearly 700 migrants have died on u.s. soil making this trip. you can't say the border's secure when there's enough fentanyl coming across this border to kill, that's killed 112,000 people. you can't say the border's secure when the mexican cartels are making billions. the mexican cartels control our southern border, griff.

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BBC News-20220401-12:31:00

daffodils planted on the mound commemorate one of the tower�*s most tragic events, the massacre of around 150 jewish people who sought refuge here in 1190 at a time of violent anti—semitism. so much history, so many stories to tell — and once again there's an audience to them. john maguire, bbc news, york. time for a look at the weather. here's darren bett. hello. it is cold again today, last night we started with a widespread frost, temperatures minus seven, minus eightand frost, temperatures minus seven, minus eight and it was the coldest start to april in wales for over 50 year, following on from that we have seen some sunshine but the showers have a wintry flavour. mainly feeding in off the north sea into eastern parts of england. we still have some cloud to clear away from the far south—east. that is where we have the strongest of the winds and this cloud is bringing a change into

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BBC News-20220401-11:56:00

of around 150 jewish people who sought refuge here in 1190 at a time of violent anti—semitism. so much history, so many stories to tell. and once again, there�*s an audience to hear them. john maguire, bbc news. now it�*s time for a look at the weather with darren. the weekend not quite as cold. still some wintry showers coming in mainly feeding off the north sea into eastern parts of england. cloudy and windy weather in the south east should tend to move away, this cloud moving into northern ireland, bringing some rain and snow to the hills of western parts of scotland. elsewhere sunshine, scattering of showers even developing in line for a while, this will tend to fade away

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FOX Friends First-20220401-09:19:00

waiting on. i told her, it looks good, has good reviews, i hope it works. she had a great day, looking forward to getting saylor the next day. >> ashley: if you have information on cassie carli's whereabouts, please call santa rosa sheriff's office at 983-1190. sam porter and reann, thank you, good luck with the search, we're praying for you. >> thank you. >> thank you so much. >> ashley: the white house is -- president biden's claim that his son hunter's business dealings are by the book. brett tolman thinks hunter should be indicted. he will explain why next. my a1c stayed here, it needed to be here. ruby's a1c is down with rybelsus®. my a1c wasn't at goal, now i'm down with rybelsus®.

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BBC News-20220401-09:55:00

where you tell personal story, give testimony, that�*s a brilliant and beautiful way of conveying something more than just sort of blank facts on a page. along with the stories contained inside the tower, you can now walk above it. let�*s show you one of the best bits. come off the suspended walkway, up the original stone stairs, many of which have been restored, these new ones at the top, to bring you onto this incredible roof deck with a panoramic view of york. and look at that! york minster in the distance. really spectacular and stunning. daffodils planted on the mound commemorate one of the tower�*s most tragic events, the massacre of around 150 jewish people who sought refuge here in 1190 at a time of violent anti—semitism. so much history, so

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Breakfast-20220401-06:56:00

at a time of violent anti—semitism. so much history, so many stories to tell. and once again, there's an audience to hear them. we thought we would wait till it started snowing before coming back up started snowing before coming back up onto the roof. indeed it has started snowing. from tomorrow onwards he will hear voices, a bit like the voices i am hearing in my head this morning, and they are voices from the history of the castle portrayed by local actors. we have a couple of them with us this morning. julie, you are a woman from the 11th century, give us a bit of your script. the 11th century, give us a bit of your script-— the 11th century, give us a bit of our scrit. . ., ., ., your script. perfect for today. i am fed u- of your script. perfect for today. i am fed up of being _ your script. perfect for today. i am fed up of being cold, _ your script. perfect for today. i am fed up of being cold, fed _ your script. perfect for today. i am fed up of being cold, fed up i your script. perfect for today. i am fed up of being cold, fed up of- fed up of being cold, fed up of being— fed up of being cold, fed up of being hungry, and i am fed up of

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Connaissez-vous la pierre qui croule dans le Morvan, censée tester votre fidélité ?

Croiser des randonneurs en train de s’acharner pour tenter de faire bouger un bloc de granit de plus de 20 tonnes, posé en pleine forêt du Morvan. La scène peut surprendre.

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