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across the channel. as it gets wetter here, we will start to see some sharp showers breaking out elsewhere, a spell of rain moves across northern ireland into western scotland and northwest england in the afternoon, by which time, we should see that more persistent rain clearing to the southeast, some sunshine and even a few showers here. so it will be a cooler day, could make 19 celsius after the rain in the southeast, 1a celsius in the central belt of scotland. and we've got a spell of rain in the evening running eastwards across scotland, northern england, once that moves away, we will have some clearer skies overnight with a few showers left over in western parts of scotland by saturday morning. by then, temperatures will be around 9—11 celsius. this is the pattern that we've got as we head into the weekend. higher pressure to the south of the uk with a west—south—westerly airflow and some weather fronts approaching northern areas. so expect a lot of cloud for northern ireland. we may well see a little bit of rain here. a bight start, i think, in scotland, those showers in the west being replaced by thicker cloud and some outbreaks of rain in the afternoon. england and wales, a good chance of staying dry, some good spells of sunshine coming through, and those temperatures reaching 21 celsius in the southeast, still only around 1a celsisus in the central belt of scotland. second half of the weekend,

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Chinese mainland reports 176 new local confirmed COVID-19 cases

The Chinese mainland on Thursday reported 176 locally-transmitted confirmed COVID-19 cases, of which 88 were in Shanghai, according to the National Health Commission's report Friday.

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Hannity

build back better nonsense, we would be in a depression. we for a recession. if this is handled badly, we will be in a depression. the stock market hit 19 that levels. -- 1932 levels. interest rates are hitting double digits. people can't afford food and gas in the united states of america. we still have supply chain problems 6 months after they were identified. we had none of this when donald trump was president of the united states. vladimir putin who is a monster has nothing to do with any of this! it's not vladimir putin and his invasion of ukraine. biden and the democrats and their invasion of washington,

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Newscast

across the channel. as it gets wetter here, we will start to see some sharp showers breaking out elsewhere, a spell of rain moves across northern ireland into western scotland and northwest england in the afternoon, by which time, we should see that more persistent rain clearing to the southeast, some sunshine and even a few showers here. so it will be a cooler day, could make 19 celsius after the rain in the southeast, 11! celsius in the central belt of scotland. and we've got a spell of rain in the evening running eastwards across scotland, northern england, once that moves away, we will have some clearer skies overnight with a few showers left over in western parts of scotland by saturday morning. by then, temperatures will be around 9—11 celsius. this is the pattern that we've got as we head into the weekend. higher pressure to the south of the uk with a west—south—westerly airflow and some weather fronts approaching northern areas. so expect a lot of cloud for northern ireland. we may well see a little bit of rain here. a bight start, i think, in scotland, those showers in the west being replaced by thicker cloud and some outbreaks of rain in the afternoon. england and wales, a good chance of staying dry, some good spells of sunshine coming through, and those temperatures reaching 21 celsius in the southeast,

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Newscast

in the next budget as opposed to, i want to cut business taxes. so for guys like me, that is fantastic. for everybody else in the room, they were like he said, nothing. isn't it extraordinary how often rishi sunak manages to attract headlines that involve his name and tax cut when he has put up taxes as much as he has, and in historic terms, tax is higher than it's been at any time in our lifetimes. 71 yea rs. and corporation tax is going up from 19% to 25% next year. overnight. so what needs to happen then? i don't know what you were whispering to him in between your aubergine and chicken, but what what would you do right now if you were him? look, i think... lots of people think let's have mass tax cuts now or let's have an emergency budget now. i actually don't think those things. i think it would be nice if we could avoid having the highest tax cuts in 71 years. but you've got to be realistic. i think there are two things he does need to do now. the first one is, and i said it this morning earlier on the media, is i think he needs to help those who are facing the greatest

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Tucker Carlson Tonight

terrorists, treating a specialized domestic terror union, secretary mayorkas creating a disinformation governance board, that has been suspended for 75 days, it will be rebranded as something else, i guarantee that, and then you will have president biden himself labeling nearly half of america as extremist, and it is no coincidence -- appears 27 times. what makes it interesting, if you go to the senate version of the bill, there is actually a provision regarding covid-19 hate crimes, and it specifically states that racially discriminatory language regarding covid-19 pandemic, meaning if i say it is from the wuhan laboratory, then i could potentially be labeled as a domestic terrorist. and this is the problem. when you look at these bills and you have the cross reference them with previous statutes, we already have over 50 statutes regarding terrorism. we have dozens of statutes

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BBC News

dojoin us next time, we will see you soon. hello there. the weather is certainly a bit up and down at the moment. we had a pretty good day on thursday with sunshine across much of the country, temperatures into the low 20s. but after a much quieter night, things will change again on friday with more cloud, it�*s going to be cooler and breezy, and there will be some rain around at times. now, we�*ve got a weather front approaching the northwest of the uk to bring some rain. we are also seeing more cloud moving up from the south across england and wales, starting to bring some rain by the morning. we will get wetter in the morning across the southeast of england, then into east anglia, some thunderstorms just across the channel. as it gets wetter here, we will start to see some sharp showers breaking out elsewhere, a spell of rain moves across northern ireland into western scotland and northwest england in the afternoon, by which time, we should see that more persistent rain clearing to the southeast, some sunshine and even a few showers here. so it will be a cooler day, could make 19 celsius

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CNN Tonight

rally getting debated here. so, you have that aspect of it, which is traditionally more of a speech issue that isn't really being fought. as to why they're there -- and this is something i think that's critical to look at. these cases should have a reason, okay? and whether that reason is hard and fast business damages, ie lost opportunities, which both sides are certainly talking about, or vindication of principle or vindication of reputation, that should be driving the case. like any case, you should have a goal and a result you're looking for with your client. and i don't know. and i think this is what's fascinating about this case. ultimately speaking after -- what are we, 19 days into the trial or something like that? and i don't know that you ever come out of this as a winner because this toxic relationship is just being vetted for the whole world the see. the respective fan bases are going to be fine. but to what end?

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The Travel Show

we will start to see some sharp showers breaking out elsewhere, a spell of rain moves across northern ireland into western scotland and northwest england in the afternoon, by which time, we should see that more persistent rain clearing to the southeast, some sunshine and even a few showers here. so it will be a cooler day, could make 19 celsius after the rain in the southeast, i4 celsius in the central belt of scotland. and we've got a spell of rain in the evening running eastwards across scotland, northern england, once that moves away, we will have some clearer skies overnight with a few showers left over in western parts of scotland by saturday morning. by then, temperatures will be around 9—1! celsius. this is the pattern that we've got as we head into the weekend. higher pressure to the south of the uk with a west—south—westerly airflow and some weather fronts approaching northern areas. so expect a lot of cloud for northern ireland. we may well see a little bit of rain here. a bight start, i think, in scotland, those showers in the west being replaced by thicker cloud and some outbreaks of rain in the afternoon. england and wales, a good chance of staying dry, some good spells of sunshine coming through, and those temperatures reaching 2! celsius

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The Last Word With Lawrence ODonnell

if the democratic nominee for governor in pennsylvania, josh shapiro, is elected governor, he will appoint the secretary of state who will do whatever you pennsylvania secretary of state has always done. follow the law, and report the honesty count of votes in the election. and certify the candidate with the most votes as the winner. the washington post says nothing else matters. quote, general election voters must reject candidates who, either through delusion or partisan calculation, deny valid election results. inflation, the ukraine war, gasoline prices, the covid-19 pandemic, none of these issues are as important as preserving the democratic order. americans should vote like it. today, the senate rules committee had a hearing on election integrity testifying

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The Ingraham Angle

states have the most cases? >> these are people 2 have taken 1 to 4 vaccinations and they have contracted the virus. they are not previously infected with covid-19. they are susceptible and the vax is not protecting them against the current omicron variant. >> laura: the virus is escaping the vaccine because it's eh involveing. >> yes -- evolving. a lot of the unvaccinated already had covid. they are already safe and protect it against severe disease. i have patients in my practice with severe symptoms but they are people who took the vaccine

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Don Lemon Tonight

river. >> reporter: for seven generations, roberto escobar's family has farmed the land near roma, texas. 75 acres that sit on the edge of the rio grande. short little ride. >> yeah, short little ride. >> reporter: right on the river. >> oftentimes i walk this way. my ancestors came and settled right here. >> reporter: my grants have crossed the river and through this property for decades. that's not new, but escobar says what is new is the staggering number of migrants crossing the river now. >> that's the mexican side. >> reporter: escobar represents the vocal opposition to the biden administration's efforts to lift the covid-19 pandemic era policy known as title 42, which allows immigration officials to block many migrants from staying in the united states for public health reasons. >> it's going to get wild here. we don't stop immigration right now and then by lifting that, it will get worse. >> reporter: u.s. customs and border protection says in april there were 234,000 apprehensions

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BBC News

hello there. the weather is certainly a bit up and down at the moment. we had a pretty good day on thursday with sunshine across much of the country — temperatures into the low 20s — but after a much quieter night, things will change again on friday with more cloud, it's going to be cooler and breezy, and there will be some rain around at times. now, we've got a weather front approaching the north—west of the uk to bring some rain. we're also seeing more cloud moving up from the south across england and wales, starting to bring some rain by the morning. we will get wetter in the morning across the south—east of england, then into east anglia. some thunderstorms just across the channel. as it gets wetter here, we'll start to see some sharp showers breaking out elsewhere. a spell of rain moves across northern ireland into western scotland and north west england in the afternoon — by which time, we should see that more persistent rain clearing the south—east, some sunshine and even a few showers here. so, it will be a cooler day — could make 19 degrees after the rain in the south—east — 14 in the central

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The Ingraham Angle

health emergency. by deleting a few key words member states would be obligated to accept the recommendations of the who's he going to call. -- w.h.o. w.h.o. they were wrong about covid-19 from day one. they did a joint study with china am ruling out the lab leak theory. this could be one of the most dangerous actions because it affects your freedom and your health. joining me is the new jersey congressman chris smiths. i thought this is a wonkiy thing. w.h.o., what did this mean? sovereignty? this is important. >> absolutely and thanks for having me on. this is a situation -- there are regulations with w.h.o. that go back to 2005. they gave the united states the

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HARDtalk

but after a much quieter night, things will change again on friday with more cloud, it's going to be cooler and breezy, and there will be some rain around at times. now, we've got a weather front approaching the north—west of the uk to bring some rain. we're also seeing more cloud moving up from the south across england and wales, starting to bring some rain by the morning. we will get wetter in the morning across the south—east of england, then into east anglia. some thunderstorms just across the channel. as it gets wetter here, we'll start to see some sharp showers breaking out elsewhere. a spell of rain moves across northern ireland into western scotland and north west england in the afternoon — by which time, we should see that more persistent rain clearing the south—east, some sunshine and even a few showers here. so, it will be a cooler day — could make 19 degrees after the rain in the south—east — 1a in the central belt of scotland. and we've got a spell of rain in the evening running eastwards across scotland, northern england. once that moves away, we'll have some clearer skies overnight with a few showers left over in western parts of scotland by saturday morning and by then, temperatures will be around 9—11 celsius. this is the pattern that we've got as we head into the weekend. higher pressure to the south of the uk with a west

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Gutfeld

and they had warmer feelings toward republican candidates. before the testosterone treatment we found that weekly affiliated depth threats at 19% and identified strongly with th party pick out of what i just said that it sounds important. the scientists conclude that these [leap] >> it's in the research. no wonder elon musk last name i most. vowing to vote republican because they were mostly kinda kindest party but they become the party of division on haight so i could no longer supposed them and will book republican. with the testosterone lobby has already tried to catch it are you sluggish during the day and wish to live in another country? do you have strange thoughts like considering voting democrat ?

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