tv The Briefing BBC News September 3, 2018 5:45am-6:01am BST
a story we will be hearing a lot more, the world ‘s largest ocean clea n more, the world ‘s largest ocean clean up is ready. it was made by a 20—year—old inventor and it will tackle the great pacific garbage patch. and a photograph of christmas decorations, ornaments to the country ‘s countdown and we are asking when is too soon to start shopping for christmas? they have a christmas fair there already apparently. with me is the political commentator, henry bonsu. we were talking about brexit earlier and michel barnier and it looks like negotiations are not going smoothly. he has issues with the planned from
the uk. nicola sturgeon fairly vocal about her views on the uk, brexit and how scotland may try another bid for independence. she is under pressure both inside and outside the party, to gives indications of another referendum. this is for scotla nd another referendum. this is for scotland to be independent of the uk. according to these new poll carried out which are for pro remainers, if we do go forward and do brexit, support for leaving the united kingdom among scots will increase by four point two four to 796, increase by four point two four to 7%, giving it a clear lead to those
saying they want to remain at 43%. northern ireland, reunification with the republic of ireland, raking up the republic of ireland, raking up the uk so that will only be england and wales left. some would argue last week scottish politics were in turmoil. alex salmond now legally pursuing the snp... turmoil. alex salmond now legally pursuing the snp. .. with a big war chest from crowdfunding. at the same time, it was his big dream that scotla nd time, it was his big dream that scotland would be independent of the uk. nicola sturgeon, we know where she is out on this issue but she has been vocal on the fact that if the uk does not get a good deal when it comes to brexit, as closely as it
can to be aligned to europe, she says they would be to leave. the big question is whether or not conservatives take her seriously. the conservatives say this issue was settled in 2014 for a generation but there were quite a number of tory mps who want to remain closely aligned to the eu and use it as a stick to beat theresa may and the brexiteers to say, you will break up the united kingdom as well as leave the united kingdom as well as leave the eu. the conservatives and unionist parties. we should not forget that. in the meantime, mark carney says he can handle brexit. when hejoined the bank of england, hejoined and when hejoined the bank of england, he joined and signed when hejoined the bank of england, hejoined and signed up saying he would do his term at the head
without knowing what was in store. when he took on the term, he said he would only do it for five years and then he said he would stay on for a six year. he gives you a long—term sense of where he is going but he will say this week whether or not he remained at the bank of england and some people have told the financial times that he has something to work on it britain leaves the european union, he can get his teeth into something interesting. but if we crash out, he may want to go. something interesting. but if we crash out, he may want to goli something interesting. but if we crash out, he may want to go. i met mark carney a couple of times and some describe him as the george clooney and he has four daughters and they are quite young and he is thinking about them and their future and something i talked to him about
because i am the fourth of four girls andi because i am the fourth of four girls and i was giving him top tips about being big dad of four girls. —— the dad. he has had a lot of criticism for his handling, not of the bank of england or interest rates, but what he has been saying about brexit. the bank of england has to be absolutely independent. he has to be absolutely independent. he has been accused of being part of projects fear, the so—called treasury led campaign to make sure that britain remains close to the eu. this story is really interesting. in the business section of the times. companies paid millions to avoid shame of google tax. music to the ears of politicians have been campaigning for yea rs politicians have been campaigning for years to pay up what they feel
is due in countries like the uk and other countries in europe. there is a sort of tax, called the google tax, and it is about those companies which try and shift their profits out of the uk and it is called google tax because they are the pollster company for this kind of miss pricing. when you run it your business in the uk, you paid profit 01’ pay business in the uk, you paid profit or pay tax on the profits you make but if you claim you have not made any profit in the uk you can of course get away with getting loads of profits in a lower tax jurisdiction. an extra 100 million in conventional corporation tax because it does not want the shame of paying these particular tax. you do not want to be seen as a company who does not pay tax. this beverage
company is global but uk based listed in london. great news for the likes of margaret lodge who has been campaigning for this the years. the story is great, the ocean clean up set to launch on september eighth. this is the idea of a young man, a young inventor, 20 years old who was made this intervention that will clea n made this intervention that will clean up the oceans. something on the minds of everybody. if you look at the environment and sustainable efforts. this young dutch guy, he invented this floating tube that has a three metre skirt that acts as a passive drainage system and huge amount of plastic in this vortex of
trash between california and hawaii will get caught up in it and when naval ships come along and pick up this rubbish every few months, and clea n this rubbish every few months, and clean up this huge amount of garbage. it is ingenious but simple. it isa garbage. it is ingenious but simple. it is a brilliant idea and, again, i met him at a conference in helsinki where all the conversation was about climate change. richard brunton was there and do think the two of them have big schatz. he has the island in the caribbean is, richard brunson suck, so he put money in his direction. this today is reminded me to get him on business alive because we wa nt to get him on business alive because we want to hear more about that. leeson, are you preparing for christmas? -- listen. absolutely not. in the philippines, they already had a christmas fair.
not. in the philippines, they already had a christmas fainm not. in the philippines, they already had a christmas fair. it is just full of horrible that. they look quite cute, those little centres. they will not be making it into your front room than? absolutely not. a quick question about in game purchases. a new system that will alert gamers and kids when they are about to spend money. much needed warning sign? not before time. so many parents have been stung by what children have been stung by what children have been doing without them knowing it. me to. thank you for your company. i will see very soon.. hello.
that wasn't bad for the first weekend of september. summer warmth continuing for many of us, especially where you had the sunshine, temperatures into the mid—20s in the warmest places. but it is turning cooler this week as this weather front, a cold front, pushes south across the uk in the next 48 hours. now already, as monday begins, northern ireland and north—west scotland in the cooler air. under clear skies, some spots will be as low as four or five degrees, and also a few single—figure temperatures in east anglia and south—east england, with one or two mist and fog patches to start the day, because skies have been clear here overnight. but our weather front has cloud from south—west england, wales, the west midlands, northern england, into southern and eastern scotland. some patchy rain, some heavier bursts to begin the day in south—east scotland, clearing away. any rain on the front, though, turning increasingly light into the afternoon, showery in nature. north, north—west scotland here with sunny spells, and northern ireland lighter winds than the weekend. so yes, it is cooler, but still pleasant in the sun. much cooler through eastern scotland, north—east england, where some patchy rain continues into the afternoon, compared with the weekend. some sunny spells developing through western counties of wales. the east midlands, east anglia and south—east england with sunny spells, and you're on the warm side of the weather front,
so temperatures here still in the low and in some spots mid—20s. now, our weather front monday night and into tuesday, it's this area of cloud, barely budges. hardly any rain on it, though. underneath it, temperatures are holding into double figures. but now most of scotland and northern ireland is on the colder side of the front, so temperatures readily dipping down into single figures under clear skies through the night and into tuesday morning. and then on tuesday, here's our weather front, still barely budging from england and wales, still hardly any rain on it. maybe in the far south—east still some sunny spells to be had, lifting temperatures into the low 20s, whereas for most of us, we're in the mid—to—upper teens. so tuesday's a fairly quiet weather day, for many of us on wednesday too, though there may be some rain just edging towards parts of northern ireland and western scotland. as we go deeper into the week, it's looking increasingly likely as though our weather will be impacted by low pressure. but there is a lot of uncertainty about where the area of low pressure is going to sit. this is thursday into friday. and because there's uncertainty about where it's going to be, there is uncertainty about who's going see the rain from it, so keep watching for the detail. we do know, though, this week is turning cooler, and there is a chance of rain, both early in the week and then
later in the week, as low pressure moves in. and that's your forecast. good morning. welcome to breakfast, with dan walker and louise minchin. 0ur headlines today: shocking new figures on child abuse. at least 80,000 people in the uk are said to pose a threat to children online. borisjohnson savages the prime minister's brexit strategy, saying the uk will get diddly squat from the negotiations. a huge fire has ripped through the iconic littlewoods building in liverpool. good morning from this factory. last year saw the biggest investment in