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The Murdochs Empire of Influence

rupert wanted to keep on charging on. >> in july 1997 there was a cocktail party with the staff, and rupert was in town of course. and i was sort of doing some introductions. it was simply rupert, wendi. wendi, rupert. as i turned round to move on to the next person, i could see that he was, you know, engaged in deep conversation with wendi deng for some minutes before i could actually move him on. as far as we knew he was still happily married to anna. there was no indication that anything else was happening. >> wendi is this sort of mysterious, beautiful woman who had come over to america when she was 18. she goes to business school and she gets an internship at one of rupert's companies. >> she came to work with me in china.

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The Murdochs Empire of Influence

on. >> july, 1997, there was a cocktail party with a staff. and rupert was in town, of course. and we were doing some introductions. simply, rupert, wendy. wendy, rupert. so, i turned around to move onto the next person. i could see that he was engaged in deep conversation with wendy for some minutes before i could actually move him on. as far as we all knew he was happily married to anna. there was no indication that anything else was happening. >> wendi is this mysterious beautiful woman who had come to america at 18. she gets an internship at one of rupert's company. >> she came to work with me in china. wendi was very bright, energy, full of life and desperate to

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The ReidOut

states. so obviously they may not have been telling everybody about the dangers of paradise but for many people it did turn out to be paradise. >> and right now, this city, cape coral, it is the number one riskiest flood place. in 2020 it was ranked number one. it made the national top 15 for projected population growth at the same time, and one of the challenges is that a lot of people move. i moved to florida, you know, back in 1997. lived there for 14 years. the things you don't think about. i got to get hurricane insurance. as soon as you get down there, you know there are hurricanes, you need to be there for a while to understand you need flood insurance because so much of florida from the keys to cape coral is barely above sea water. it's feet above sea water. you can be in miami, just a good rain it will flood. how dangerous is it for developers to have free rein to build houses that attract people in these places where they're not doing the mitigation to make sure it's safe?

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Sunday with Laura Kuenssberg

payments. your energy help may help millions of people. it may be generous. but the cost is being wiped out for other people by costs on the increase in mortgages. what is the logic of giving people money to help with their energy bills if they then lose some of it because their mortgage goes through the roof because of the consequence of the decisions you have made? i understand that people are worried and people are struggling. it's a very difficult time. we have to look at the mortgage issue separately, which is the bank of england set interest rates, not the government. this is rightly been independent since 1997 and we are facing a world in which interest rates are rising. in fact, our interest rate, set by the bank of england, are lower than those of the federal reserve, lower than those other countries. [30 those of the federal reserve, lower than those other countries.- than those other countries. do you acknowledge _ than those other countries. do you acknowledge some _ than those other countries. do you acknowledge some people - than those other countries. do you acknowledge some people are - than those other countries. do you i acknowledge some people are going than those other countries. do you - acknowledge some people are going to be worth off because their mortgage has gone up by more than their energy bill has been controlled by

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BBC News

as group sava nta comres. as group savanta comres. we go into the conference, other as we go into the conference, how other conservatives looking when we look at the polls, there are various polls out there, what are they telling us?— polls out there, what are they tellin: us? , ., , ., telling us? they are telling us that if there was _ telling us? they are telling us that if there was a _ telling us? they are telling us that if there was a general— telling us? they are telling us that if there was a general election - if there was a general election tomorrow, there would be a total wipe—out, frankly. some of the polling leads we have seen the labour party last week, one was 33 points, i mean, if you put that into a seat calculator, that shows the conservative party are going to ultimately get very few seats, maybe even zero. i think that poll is an outlier but we are seeing a labour enjoy a majority they haven't had since 1997 and a polished sash haven't had since 1992. this is pretty unprecedented and there is a long way for the conservatives to go so you can claw some of that back, let alone be the government at the next election. the let alone be the government at the next election-— next election. the poll you were auoted next election. the poll you were quoted may _ next election. the poll you were quoted may have _

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Click - Short Edition

every step of the way, they are worried — every step of the way, they are worried about this rebellion not because — worried about this rebellion not because it is somehow immoral but because _ because it is somehow immoral but because they are worried it will cost _ because they are worried it will cost them _ because they are worried it will cost them the next election. not because — cost them the next election. not because it — cost them the next election. not because it is the wrong thing to do, not because — because it is the wrong thing to do, not because people will have to choose — not because people will have to choose between heat and food but because _ choose between heat and food but because it — choose between heat and food but because it is the wrong thing to do when _ because it is the wrong thing to do when it_ because it is the wrong thing to do when it comes to vote winning. tony, the olls when it comes to vote winning. tony, the polls are — when it comes to vote winning. tony, the polls are pointing _ when it comes to vote winning. tony, the polls are pointing at _ when it comes to vote winning. tony, the polls are pointing at the - when it comes to vote winning. trr'iy. the polls are pointing at the moment to a defeat for the tories. more than a defeat, _ to a defeat for the tories. more than a defeat, a _ to a defeat for the tories. more than a defeat, a complete - to a defeat for the tories. me than a defeat, a complete wipe—out, not a defeat, not some sort of narrow, which way will it go? the polls will put labour in 1997 territory. this is the point for tory mps, the damage has been done, there is no point trying to close there is no point trying to close the stable doors, she has irreparably damaged their reputation, that is done. you can try to get rid of her now and make

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The Papers

every — find, they reveal their colours every step of the way, they are worried — every step of the way, they are worried about this rebellion not because — worried about this rebellion not because it is somehow immoral but because _ because it is somehow immoral but because they are worried it will cost _ because they are worried it will cost them _ because they are worried it will cost them the next election. not because — cost them the next election. not because it — cost them the next election. not because it is the wrong thing to do, not because — because it is the wrong thing to do, not because people will have to choose — not because people will have to choose between heat and food but because _ choose between heat and food but because it — choose between heat and food but because it is the wrong thing to do when _ because it is the wrong thing to do when it— because it is the wrong thing to do when it comes to vote winning. tony, the olls when it comes to vote winning. tony, the polls are — when it comes to vote winning. tony, the polls are pointing _ when it comes to vote winning. tony, the polls are pointing at _ when it comes to vote winning. tony, the polls are pointing at the - when it comes to vote winning. tony, the polls are pointing at the moment to a defeat for the tories. more than a defeat, _ to a defeat for the tories. more than a defeat, a _ to a defeat for the tories. more than a defeat, a complete - to a defeat for the tories. ire than a defeat, a complete wipe—out, not a defeat, not some sort of narrow, which way will it go? the polls will put labour in 1997 territory. this is the point for tory mps, the damage has been done, there is no point trying to close there is no point trying to close the stable doors, she has irreparably damaged their reputation, that is done. you can try to get rid of her now and make

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This week in history: October 3-9

This column profiles important historical events which took place during this week, 25 years ago, 50 years ago, 75 years ago and 100 years ago.

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The Cross Connection With Tiffany Cross

current has consistently requested more resources from the state. and what's ironic about it is not even the states money. it is federal clean water money that goes to the state, and then the state allocates. they have intentionally not provided the city of jackson with the resources to address it. and just recently, what the intended uses pundit state submitted, over 400 and $50 million that will come from epa. the state has already allocating 500 all 500,000 for the city of jackson. so, we also asked the citizens of the city to file an objection and ask epa not to approve the state intended use plans, because this is obvious discrimination. it is a decades long, and it's intended to starve the city of resources to maintain quality clean water. >> you know derrick, first of all, thank you for leading this work. but also, i feel like the whole storyline with brett favre is somewhat of a red herring, because, you know, first of all, if you want to see the face of

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there to deliver on that target because if we don�*t have the staff and capacity to deliver on that, the danger is it tilts your priorities in the wrong direction. i welcome the emphasis on workforce and the commitment to the nhs, also the fact that labour isn�*t talking about a massive reorganisation. the last two times we saw a change of political leadership in government, 1997 and 2010, we embarked on major reorganisations which i don�*t think have delivered a great deal of benefit so it is good we are not also hearing about major reorganisation. also hearing about ma'or reorganisation.i also hearing about ma'or reoruanisation. ~ ., . ., reorganisation. what evidence do you have that most _ reorganisation. what evidence do you have that most people _ reorganisation. what evidence do you have that most people are _ reorganisation. what evidence do you have that most people are happy i reorganisation. what evidence do you have that most people are happy with an online or phone consultation because anecdotally we often hear thatis because anecdotally we often hear that is not the case for some people who are not confident in that situation, oralso who are not confident in that situation, or also may be need that reassurance of a face—to—face appointment if it is something very

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