BBC Radio Ulster
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what is the name of and the D road in Staffordshire the A500 is closed in both directions the police are dealing with an incident between city road and Stoke Road in to changes in both directions of clothes that will cause problems is just off the motorway and the update on British Airways is the hoping to operate as usual better faster check flight status outer head of setting off to the airport limited to 5 live travel mystery tour on the road hearing your voice search listening to your views and hosting the UK's biggest selection conversation from a very special 5 Live camper van 2017 final mystery tour by Rachel Burden at the beds in Croydon today on the 5 Live margin on mystery tour with Colin Murray joining a little bit later we'll catch up with Rachel shortly again in Croyde.
BBC Radio Wales
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you have to say you should be having a lie-in hopefully and if you're not having a lie-in you're having to head to work then well I'm sorry you have to go to work today but hopefully you have a good day today thanks very much to lease when you put his written in he says hi Helen I'm having a great day lion and listening to some brilliant tunes this morning so thank you very much indeed what's thank you Lisa for getting in touch and she's like cysts from The Three Degrees play before your request a call from 9 o'clock this morning with Owen money as we head into a sixties bank holiday weekend.
BBC Radio Ulster
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brightness developing any sunshine temperature to 21 to 25 degrees chili a further north in the east side of 13 to 15 Simon latest travel updates M1 and we had an overturned vehicle is in Northamptonshire on the northbound side at Northampton junction 15 so what a rolling roadblock been set up there to remove the vehicle off the road M25 couple of things clockwise Junction 73 M23 heading towards Reigate today that's why we had an overturned car so to LN2 still closed but you can get off the other two lanes better NewsNow anticlockwise junction 9 at Leatherhead there was another accident they're all going to open again ca 92805 Kirkcaldy is closed on the southbound side heading towards Lochgelly that's because of an accident too much just one lane remains closed now that's the latest update 5040ub heading out of London around Greenford flyover there's been an accident is block.
BBC Radio Wales
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BBC Radio Ulster
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10114 New Zealand that was 1938 so what the Lions take on is a massive challenge so it's more than that the rugby the test match rugby has to be competitive and if that's right and that whole environment is right there's no doubt in my book that the lions have probably the strongest team in world rugby at the moment to take on the All Blacks so if they lose a couple of games in the build up as long as internally their tactically getting their game in shape and got the clarity of what they want to do an Audi want to do it it won't matter to us you've got to see that development of the game in that process leading up to the first test that Siri McGeechan on the line heading off to New Zealand to wear face up to the All Blacks rather them than me.
BBC Radio Wales
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BBC Radio Ulster
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the Lions 2017 Lions Warren Gatland knows it better than anyone because he's been part of that New Zealand environment and culture and run the environment of getting it right having that understanding of the environment you going into so yes you know your opponent's but you also know their culture it's unreasonable to think that the Lions this year I'm going to go through undefeated just not practical to him that's ever going to happen but they have to understand they won't have experienced anything like they're going to experience when they step off the plane in New Zealand and for the next seven weeks that will be an experience that is completely different now I think what has proved is the Lions can and should always be competitive in the test match it but it's tough for sale.
BBC Radio Wales
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on the mid weight to go in the week the night before a game and staying the night after because they had to understand provincialii what New Zealand rugby is in oh when I was a player a 70 zone they have public holidays for schools went out when the Lions were in your province schools holidays holiday and they all came to the game they had floats and displays and things that came through the town and ended up around the rugby pitch so everything in this is what the Lions tours to New Zealand this is what u z Linda's remember they'll remember what they were doing as a 50 year old 30 year old 20 year old 8 year old the last time the Lions were here and they have an Association with the Lions on with their rugby is actually very special.
BBC Radio Wales
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this morning on rent on Gumtree whatever the British and Irish Lions player to New Zealand later today for the grilling 10 match the headline bo3 test series against the world champion of the All Blacks it's been 46 years since the Lions won a series in New Zealand to Ian McGeechan was part of the Lions coaching team the last time they visited in 2005 and it's been telling Matt Dawson there is no bigger challenges facing the All Blacks you have to go to New Zealand to understand this is actually getting to understand the country and what drives them but number one sport is rugby and so it dries the hall so she'll be any New Zealand particular because it's small country has been defined by its rugby you have to have opportunities to see that and experience of which is Ryan 2005 I insist.
BBC Radio Wales
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to get the good morning Wales is Rachael Garside and where I Davies that are going to be here from 7 o'clock this morning and they will bring you all the latest news and everything that's going on in the world today and if you're wondering what to have for breakfast this morning well as reading this that eggs are a very good source of inexpensive high quality protein more than half the protein of an egg is found in the egg white along with vitamin B2 and lower amounts of fasting cholesterol than the yolk the white so rich sources of selenium vitamin D B6 B12 and minerals such as zinc iron and copper I realise I had all that in an egg my mum always used to say to me you have to go to school have to go out in the morning on an egg and a everyday we would have an egg tell me why don't we like boiled eggs very much but it might a poached egg but if you're wondering what to have for breakfast then that is the case of an egg make you feel a lot better.
BBC Radio Ulster
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exclusive big biscuit question the morning started celebrating their 125th birthday this is from John Ritchie Rachel says with a cup of tea digestives of supreme the best compliment for a cup of tea but dunking them is sacrilege biscuits for crunching not dunking if you've got a donk Avenue that I thought I would say it as it is extraordinarily controversial and I'm not sure if I've had my friends and I will take a poll Hill 8 amongst all those that I've yeah I'd I'd I'd I cannot have visited time with donkey is not acceptable 85058 if you want to join.
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so that's going to Carole King I feel the Earth move on BBC Radio Wales the time is 6:43.
BBC Radio Ulster
9 minutes
specs for the local MP and things but they do a fairly good job in representing their constituency that you look at the National people picture of people have a very different different view of things that's brilliant just give us an idea of where we're going to go to this morning and as I say will have more time to elaborate and get into all this stuff in more detail later on so off thanks for the moment so I guess. Love you loads of pictures on social media as well on Instagram on such as I'll see you can have an idea what we're doing this fabulous location here in central Croydon throughout the morning at you doing if you just said 42 I'm just recovering from the news that somebody has to pay £1,300 a month in rent in Birmingham I reckon you could get a decent 2 Up 2 down 6 £700 a month that you could buy more of course but I don't offer him up.
BBC Radio Ulster
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is a could we have a career politician over I don't want to sign up for Gavin Barwell hey do you want a different server the process of God John yeah I think I'm completely sort of paint your point that you never hurts sometimes what stations do come across his career politician but I think it's important to acknowledge that actually Gavin is very present in the community and and does do his part and you know it's unfortunate but that's not your experience but very much my experiences as that he is very much a part of the community um I think for the faith in politicians can be quite difficult I would stay locally I have more faith and paps national let me look at some of that is to do with them being quite far removed you know it's not like you be to read 100 streets of people that's what you know quite often people have a sudden bad even if I don't vote for the.
BBC Radio Wales
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BBC Radio Ulster
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in the communal I live in that you're undecided still very undecided it could go anywhere on the day I might actually just pin the Tail on the donkey and see what I get for it because I'm yeah very much undecided about people who lived in your community and experience the life you're leaving and we have a Tory candidate who is a career politician so you know that's a bit of a concern sometime but you know his why is it you know him he might be a great academic and he may have you know progress himself with in Westminster but you know when it comes to it every day jobs and living you know what physics
BBC Radio Wales
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how much space do you will have in politicians that they understand all these things and they are in a position to help sort them out motor group do or don't have much for a from politicians at all I'm actually new to vote in animals with the only for 10 years and so you know we're busy doing other things that I wasn't interested involved him um since leaving the Army still not interested in Bolton it's only really the EU referendum that's made me look at politics more closely than any particular um what's taking place now with her a call within Theresa May Foote up to me are both confused those days it's your nobody knows which way this is going to go and I'm that's what sparked my interest and obviously now be enough for a local man arrested I'm now in Sri.
BBC Radio Ulster
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Croydon especially like rent see through the roof and house leadership style homelessness is up and coming as well it's only with the rent on paying it's ridiculous but we listen I don't want to be £1,300 a month which 10 years ago you be living in Zion t for that and then it says processing a lot of 42 year old daughter something about the effect of the Caribbean and propose that have won local schools that you're already too kind of under the cosh and what's the biggest news brexit I just think brexit is going to go with determining the entire election Day Nursery talking about it will actually because of the euro remaining ones really disgusting it being honest with the electric about it I think he was still living in fantasy lands I'm really really concerned about that yeah in German.
BBC Radio Wales
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