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this is bbc news. our latest headlines: this is bbc news. this is bbc news. today at 5, the prime minister our latest headlines: our latest headlines: will not be allowed to bring her dutch police release this image the speaker of the house of commons of 37—year—old gokmen tanis, says theresa may won't be able brexit deal back to the house of commons, unless there who is wanted in connection to put her brexit deal before are substantial changes to it. with the shooting on a utrecht were expecting a statement from the mps for a third time tram this morning. unless it is changed substantially. hello, you're watching speaker of the house john the speaker tells mps that afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. three people have been were expecting a statement from the speaker of the housejohn bercow any he's based his ruling today at 2. killed in the attack. moments, we will go live there as on parliamentary precedent, police confirm three teenagers and will consider soon as we can. hello, you're watching each case on merit. dutch police release an image were killed in a reported crush three people have died and nine afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. of 37—year—old gokman tanis others have been injured today at a. outside a st patrick's day party after a gunman opened fired the speaker of the house of commons what the government cannot who is wanted in connection at a hotel in on a tram in utrecht. what the government cannot with the shooting on a utrecht says theresa may won't be able legitimately do is to resubmit county tyrone last night. dutch police have released an image legitimately do is to resubmit it to to the house the same proposition, tram this morning. of 37—year—old gokmen tanis, to put her brexit deal before or substantially the same the terror threat is lifted new zealand's prime minister who is wanted in connection mps for a third time the house the same proposition or proposition, as that of last week, to its highest level after one with the shooting, which is being says her government will move unless it is changed substantially. person is shot dead and others quickly to toughen the country's gun treated as a terror attack. injured — with a major new zealand's prime minister substantially the same proposition manhunt underway. laws following the deadly attack says her government will move as that of last week, which was which was rejected by 149 votes. on mosques in christchurch. quickly to toughen the country's gun theresa may continues her attempts laws following the deadly attack three teenagers are killed after a reported crush outside to get mps to switch sides on mosques in christchurch. what the government cannot a st patrick's day party at a hotel and back her brexit deal. rejected by 149 votes. three people have died legitimately do is to resubmit to and five others are injured and messenger — the largest bronze as the country mourns, the house the same proposition or after a gunman opened fired in county tyrone. sculpture in the uk — on a tram in utrecht in what police we'll be asking what this means arrives in plymouth sound for the prime minister's deal, it was just chaos, young ones school pupils performed believe was a terror attack. and its chances of success, as she makes her way to be installed dutch police are searching and we'll get reaction outside the city's theatre royal. substantially the same proposition for a 37—year—old turkish—born man from brussels. as that of last week which was the ceremonial haka in tribute and have warned people not to approach him. the other main stories to the victims. police confirm three teenagers died rejected by 149 votes. on bbc news at 5. hysterical, and the whole night, i police confirm three teenagers died in a reported crush outside dutch police are hunting sport now on three people have died a st patrick's day party at a hotel for a gunman, who opened fire cannot believe it what has happened. afternoon live withjohn. in a reported crush outside and five others are injured, so, rory mcilroy wins a st patrick's day party at a hotel after a gunman opened fire in county tyrone last night. on a tram in utrecht, new zealand's prime minister the players championship, on a tram in utrecht, killing three people says her government will move is he now the favourite in what police believe quickly to toughen the country's gun for the masters, which starts in county tyrone last night. was a terror attack. in a little over a fornight? dutch police are searching laws following the deadly attack for a 37—year—old turkish—born man, on mosques in christchurch. and have warned people not it's all about the numbers — sport now on but who can theresa may count on? to approach him. — as last minute attempts to get enough support police confirm three teenagers died afternoon live withjohn watson.
for her brexit deal continue. i'm sure rory mcilroy himself will in a reported crush outside coming up on afternoon live a st patrick's day party at a hotel after a bit of a lull, rory mcilroy say he is well placed to go on and this is the scene at the house of in county tyrone last night. win that tournament in a month's is back? he dts, expect a lot of all the sport — john watson. new zealand's prime minister says she'll announce commons. we're awaiting a statement new gun laws within days, we will be reflecting on rory following the attacks on two mosques talk around rory mcilroy and his time. in which 50 people died. michael roy's a success and revealing who is stepping in to save from the speaker. schedule for any prospects of completing a career tea m grand slam. only five players have revealing who is stepping in to save a great weekend for rory mcirloy — coming up on afternoon live moments. no—one seems to know what team sky. won his first tournament in a year he's going to be announcing, it is the players championship, quieter weather to come but parts of a tournament often referred just said he is going to make a all the sport — john... to as the unofficial fifth major statement at 3:30pm, with this ever won all five of golf's majors because of the quality of the field. office declined to say what the the uk being affected by flooding it caps a great start to the year rory mcilroy is the man to beat after the heavy rain. we will take finishing in the top six of six subject will be. some speculation on heading into the masters and we will events. he now feels it's within his tournaments played — whether it will be a third vote on have more on the man stepping in to reach after a brilliant start to the but more importantly sets himself up brilliantly ahead of the sport's it theresa may's deal can save tea m have more on the man stepping in to look at some pictures of that and fist major of the year the masters year. theoretically be held under save team sky. nick miller, lots of how wet it has been, people forecast at augusta next month, i've just got to do my thing. which is the only one of the sport's if i go and i concentrate on me, coming up. four majors he's yet to win. legislation, should there be changes people drying out? only five players have yes, there is some flooding and rain do what i can do, good golf and good ever won all four. or amendments from the last vote to and mcilroy believes he's on course falling across parts of the uk but attitude takes care of the rest. also coming up — any fresh vote, and he may have a if i go to augusta with a similar meet ‘messenger‘ — to do that playing some quieter, warmer weather on the the largest bronze—cast sculpture of the best golf of his career. view on that. we'lljust stay golf game as i have now in the uk arriving in plymouth sound by barge — weight this week. join me for the and the attitude i've shown over as she makes her way to be installed i've just the first few weeks of the year, i'vejust got to forecast. outside the city's theatre royal. i've just got to do my thing. if i any fresh vote, and he may have a view on that. we'll just stay with this, because i think... he's facing also coming up — i think i have a great chance. go andi in news nationwide, we'll i've just got to do my thing. if i go and i concentrate on me, do what hear about the oysters being re—introduced to the humber estuary in an attempt ican do, to improve water quality and these are the first few weeks go and i concentrate on me, do what i can do, good golf and good and encourage marine life. attitude takes care of the rest. if another question. so this is a he's referring to. to show you how well he has started, he has finished igoto in the top six of all six hello everyone — this attitude takes care of the rest. if i go to augusta with a similar game moment where i will say we'll bring asi tournaments he has played in. so no i go to augusta with a similar game as i have it now and the attitude
is afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. i've shown over the first few weeks john watson into action on the surprise this was coming, simon. he sports desk, and immediatelyjohn just hearing from the mayor of of the year, i think i have a great bercow will get up on his seat. john is fourth in the world rankings and utrecht that the death toll in this getting plenty of talk heading into chance. watson, looking to relax there, you hello everyone — this and maybe, things aren't quite are assuming john bercow was about the masters next month. the question morning's attack has risen to three, about who is going to take over team as bleak as they seem for team sky? is afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. to start! ajohn will speak. i'm may sky seems to have been answered? three people have been killed as a result of a shooting on a tramp. britain's richest man, sirjim ratcliffe, is expected in the last few minutes sure briton's richard mann has asked to step in to save the speakerjohn bercow, interrupt you, but let's begin. has delivered a blow immediate manhunt is under way. to theresa may's chances of getting that question, sirjim ratcliffe is mps to vote through her brexit deal. expected to step in to secure the others were injured in the attack in the future of team sky. he's told the house of commons that, the dutch city of utrecht and police constitutionally, there can't be future of the cycling team. team sky a great weekend for rory mcirloy — say it appears to be a terrorist the team has enjoyed tremendous has enjoyed tremendous success since incident with the head of security success won his first tournament in a year another vote in this the team has enjoyed tremendous success since it first entered the the players championship, parliamentary session — tour de france nine years ago. unless the motion mps ever since the broadcaster announced a tournament often referred are voting on is substantially saying it appeared to be a serious to as the unofficial fifth major, different to the one it would be withdrawing its backing they rejected last week. it started nine years ago. they have incident with a manhunt under way. from the british cycling team because of the quality of the field. the prime minister's at the end of the season, deal has already been been seeking a new principal partner it's been a great start to the year, thrown out by mps twice — please have released a cctv image of they've been seeking a new principal partner. and it had been suggected that sir dave brailsford has been finishing in the top six of six since sky announced it would stop involved in discussions tournaments played — a third vote could be held with the petrochemicals in the next few days. sponsorship. there have been ongoing the amount they are looking for, billionaire for several weeks. but more importantly sets himself up lets have a listen to it's expected the team to win the first major of the year whatjohn bercow said will be renamed team ineos, the masters at augusta next month just a few minutes ago: gokman tanis. they had told the after the company he owns. which is the only one of the sport's if the government wishes to bring public not to approach him and forward a new proposition, four majors he's yet to win. security has been stepped up in the only five players have that is neither the same nor discussions... it is expected to be sirjim has been keen to invest in ever won all four. renamed team ineos after the company area with schools and mosques told and mcilroy believes he's on course sport for some time now, and it to shut their doors with the terror to do that playing some substantially the same as that he owns. seems they have struck a deal to of the best golf of his career. threat race to the highest level. ta ke this is what police had to say. seems they have struck a deal to take over seems they have struck a deal to ta ke over tea m seems they have struck a deal to i've got to do my thing, i need to take over team sky. concentrate on me can, control what disposed of by the house chelsea have confirmed calum hudson—odoi was racially on the 12th of march, abused in their europa league tie ican do, concentrate on me can, control what i can do, play good golf and good this would be entirely in order. chelsea have confirmed calum hudson—odoi was racially abused in their europa league tie with dynamo kiev last week. attitude takes care of the rest. and it happened in the final moments with dynamo kiev last week. translation: this morning and of their second leg, ifigo to it happened in the final moments
a match they won 5—0. attitude takes care of the rest. and if i go to augusta with a similar what the government cannot of their second leg, utrecht there have been shootings in golf game to what i have now and the a match they won 5—0. legitimately do is to resubmit attitude i've shown over the first having reported the incident having reported the incident to the house the same proposition to uefa, the club say they're several locations, first and to uefa, the club say they're few weeks of the year, i think i'll expecting the governing body foremost i thoughts are with the expecting the governing body have a great chance. or substantially the same to conduct a full investigation. to conduct a full investigation. victims. so far, somethings are meanwhile, cristiano ronaldo's been proposition as that of last week unclear but the local authorities tributes will be paid to the victims are working establish some facts and charged with improper conduct britain's richest man, of the christchurch shootings before sirjim ratcliffe, is expected which was rejected by 149 votes. the perpetrator is on the run. under champions legue tie. to step in to secure the future england's 2020 qualifier against the the perpetrator is on the run. under following his goal celebration of the british cycling team czech republic on friday. the the command of local authorities the in juventus's last—i6 this ruling should not be regarded police and other agencies priorities champions legue tie. which has enjoyed tremendous success since its launch nine years ago. is finding that perpetrator. authorities were accused of double ever since the broadcaster announced as my last word on the subject, it would be withdrawing its backing standards of not marking the attack from the british cycling team over the weekend which killed 50 it is simply meant to indicate at the end of the season, people. the fa said in a statement anna holligan is in utrecht for us he was seen gesturing towards fans, they've been seeking the test which the government must mimicking the actions of atletico meet in order for me to rule that today they will remember everyone a new principal partner. affected by the events. manager diego simeone, the latest is to be confirmed dead amber rudd sitting down, john bercow who grabbed his crotch a third meaningful vote can england's women have but there is little doubt there is about to make a statement.” won their one—day series in the first leg and was fined with sri lanka after victory one person they are looking for.l in the second match to take for an obscene celebration. amber rudd sitting down, john bercow about to make a statement. i wish to make a statement to the house. there legitimately be held in this an unassailable 2—0 lead. and wales will enjoy sri lanka made 187—9 in their 50 37—year—old man who authorities are parliamentary session. a homecoming in cardiff later, has been much speculation over the overs, alex hartley took 3—36. asking people not to approach. we past week about the possibility of order. have heard the dutch prime minister following their six amyjones made 5a and tammy beaumont nations grand slam success. the government is bringing before speaking during a short news they beat ireland on saturday to win let's speak to our chief political a3 to get england's chase a their slam under head the government is bringing before the house a motion on brexit for correspondent vicki young off to a strong start conference saying all efforts are coach warren gatland after a hugely who is at westminster. as they reached their target off 33.3 overs. now focused on finding this suspect. another so—called meaningful vote impressive tournament. where does this leave theresa may's this is the location where the under the statutory framework shooting took place on this tramp, they have been enjoying themselves deal and all of us? she has to come provided in the eu withdrawal act you can see behind me here deter and had the expectation of a nation the final match takes place back with something that is on thursday, before three on them on grand slam day, and they twenty20 internatioanls.
pollen underneath one of the 2018. on the 13th of march, however, different to what mps had voted on carriages. the man is believed to be before so if you listen to what the dealt with it fantastically. they the right honourable lady, the speaker was saying, he was making you can't underestimate have got a heroes welcome at the anyone in women's world pictured on a tram. the police are clear these are the rules. you cricket at the moment, memberfor the right honourable lady, the member for wallasey, asked on a everyone isjust getting senedd today, and they deserve it. point of order of column 394 whether better and better. circulating photographs of the cannot keep coming back and asking sri lanka have brilliant players, parliament to vote on the same thing suspect. his name, they have shared they won some enormous matches in and we have not underestimated them. those five games and going into the it would be proper for the on social media in the hope of government to keep bringing the same over and over again, and world cup they look to be a team parliament to vote on the same thing overand overagain, and i parliament to vote on the same thing we came in as favourites and it's over and over again, and i assume because it has been rejected by such brilliant that we have won alerting anyone not to approach him. both physically, emotionally and deal back to the house add on for an in such good fashion. mentally as well seem to be in a high numbers on two occasions. the i've really enjoyed it. rates had ta ken very strong place. item? i replied that no ruling was question is whether there can be any alerting anyone not to approach him. rates had taken place elsewhere in the city and security has been changes which would allow the prime england's women have won minister to come back for a stepped up at the dutch parliament, their one—day series with sri lanka necessary at that stage, but that after victory in the second match meaningful vote three. there was a to take an unassailable 2—0 lead. one might be required at some point difference between the first time and around mosques. the terror and that is all from the bbc sport sri lanka made 187—9 in their 50 in the future. subsequently, members and the second, there were new ce ntre threat level and utrecht, so not overs, alex hartley took 3—36. and that is all from the bbc sport centre for now. we'll have more in documents and that is something the the next hour. amyjones made 5a and tammy beaumont on both sides of the house and, speaker did talk about, there are across the netherlands but here in a3 to get england's chase the city of utrecht, has been raised off to a strong start new documents and changes. i suppose indeed, on both sides of the brexit in the past few minutes, the to five meaning critical, the the question is whether a change in as they reached their target off highest level, meaning an attack is argument, have expressed their circumstances counts as changing 33.3 overs. concerns what she is effectively asking mps solicitor general robert buckland — imminent. people are being asked to final match takes place on thursday, argument, have expressed their concerns to me about the house being to vote on and given that, if she general robert buckland — stay inside until the perpetrator, before three 20 20 internatioanls. repeatedly asked to pronounce on the who's the attorney general‘s would come back next week having deputy — has been speaking to our political editor laura kueenssberg. the suspect, a man of turkish origin been to the eu council asking for an as the government's lawyer, what is you can't underestimate anyone in same fundamental proposition. the extension to article 50, with that the implication of what has just women's world cricket at the moment, has been apprehended. there are count as asking mps a different happened? this speaker has made an eve ryo ne women's world cricket at the moment, everyone is just getting journalists on the site and less women's world cricket at the moment, everyone isjust getting better and 24th edition of erskine may states, important ruling, his rulings are better. sri lanka have brilliant question? another mp has gone up and binding, and he is in vogue players, and we have not said if this applies to her deal,
on page 397, that, and i quote, a precedented from many years ago, but underestimated them. we came in as does it apply to amendments and the police when we arrived on the scene, president he regards as binding, if motion or an amendment which is the other things mps have rejected such favourites and it's brilliant that the motion is the same or we have won in such good fashion. asa substantially the same, it is there are some fire trucks. all of other things mps have rejected such as a second referendum, they had same in substance is a question voted against other things, does it something he won't entertain. site there are some fire trucks. all of the roads have been cordoned off and i've really enjoyed it. they are only allowing the emergency which has been decided during a apply to those as well? all these means a third meaningful vote has that's all the sport for now. services and report is down to the things are unknown but the speaker hit an obstacle that the speaker has session may not be brought forward is sounding irritated by the whole wrought upon. what you make of that? scene. it is now known three people i'll be back with more in the next thing because he started by going we re scene. it is now known three people again during that same session. it were killed in the shooting, back to that delayed meaningful vote one of your colleagues have said to goes on to state that, and i quote, me that he has broken the counterterrorism bosses had hour. in december and saying he felt that initially said they suspected was deeply discourteous to the house constitution? we are in a major in the past hour, dutch prime attempts have been made to evade terrorism and that has been to delay and to pull that vote as investigated as one possible motive minister mark rutte gave this rule by raising again with she did at the last minute, after constitutional crisis. a political at this stage. terrorism is not this update at a press conference. crisis that we want to try and solve there had been dozens of mps talking verbal alterations the essential for the country. the prime unknown in holland but up until now about it so he is clearly irritated portions of motions which have been minister's doing everything she can translation: what is clear now is by the whole process. he has also to try and break that impasse. the utrecht was a relatively quiet, said this is not his last word on it peaceful city. indeed, it is a city negative. weather of the second chair's ruling is the chair's ruling that there were shots fired on so there is hope for the government and it's binding. i simply asked the passengers on a tram in utrecht. motion is substantially the same as they can come forward with something that could change the dynamic but question, what can parliament now do in the heart of the netherlands. we have seen attacks happen nearby, there are injured and possibly clearly this has put the cat amongst to help end the uncertainty? we're fatalities. a terrorist motive the first is finally a matter for going to have to put all our the first is finally a matter for the judgment of the chair. this the pigeons. i am reading a tweet there was a stabbing in recent cannot be ruled out. initial reports thinking caps on collectively and come up with some quick answers. but gave rise to a mixture of disbelief months at amsterdam central station, that says one government minister is nothing of that nature here in and horror. violence has hit convention is very strong and of long standing. dating back to the if the speaker is basically saying saying john bercow is breaking because edition by putting forward there can't be another vote on the innocent people. our thoughts are 2nd of april 1604. last thursday, another vote on the deal. talk us deal that has taken a with them and the relatives today utrecht, it is not the capital or whose lives have been turned on year—and—a—half to get through the home of the dutch parliament but parliament, is he going beyond his
their heads. an act of terror is an remit? are you think the speaker has yet it possible terrorist attack has through the options because there is happened here. there is a manhunt the honourable gentleman, the member a meeting on thursday with the eu. made his name for being under way, the city is in lockdown, interventionist and innovative in attack on our civilisation, on our for rhondda, quoted examples of overhanging all of this is the 29th the city in recent memory has never many ways. but i don't think it's occasions where the ruling had been open and tolerant society. if this productive for me as a member of the was indeed an act of terror, there of march. yes, the exit date of the government to start pointing experienced anything like this. 29th of march but as we know from fingers. i think the british public can only be one answer, and that there are helicopters overhead and a nswer reasserted by four different can only be one answer, and that answer is the rule of law. our last week's boat the prime minister wa nt fingers. i think the british public want answers. so this has given us a drones. people are being asked to speakers of this house. notably, in democracy is stronger than has said she would go to the eu stay inside because this man remains council and either ask for a short lot to think about in the immediate fanaticism and violence. we will term. out there are ways around at large, and at the moment they never give in to intolerance, never. technical extension to article 50 so this, a prorogation of parliament 1864, 1870, 1882, 1891 and 1912. believe it was only one gunman. this a delay to brexit, which would have and a new session, but we are now talking about not just days but 37—year—old man who was involved in been if her deal had gone through hours to the 29th of march. frankly, this is the scene now in utrecht, each time, the speaker of the day and they needed time to get the the shooting in multiple locations. where forensic pathologists are on legislation through so a short ruled that emotion could not be we could have done without this, but security has been stepped up and board the tram, the scene of this extension, or a longer extension. people are being asked step outside. brought back because it had already it's something we are going to have morning's shooting, where we now both those two options were on the to negotiate and deal with, and i'm his name is man tennis, the man who table at the beginning of this week hear three people were killed. at been decided in that same session of andi table at the beginning of this week and i think they will remain there, sure the european council are police are now searching for —— nine people were injured. the police watching this and listening to this parliament. indeed, erskine may whether there is another vote or not looking for a 37—year—old turkish as well and there actually places i between now and then. so she goes to man named as gokmen tanis. they have makes reference to know fewer than think an onus on them as well to the eu council on thursday. any gokman tanis. we have a problem with warned people not to approach him. 12 such rulings up to the year 1920. come up with some potential there are reports of a carjacking delay to brexit an extension of solutions that can allow the government to bring in a new motion involving a red renault clio in the article 50 does have to be agreed by the line from utrecht, the latest all of the other countries in the that addresses the concerns are to one of the reasons why the rule has eu. it has to be unanimous so the been expressed across the house. so moments before the attack. this is figure of those killed is three, the image of the 37—year—olds. lasted so long is that it is a the speaker has brought a giant fear of many mps is that is leaving
three confirmed dead and others spanner in the works. in layman's schools are closed as security is necessary rule to ensure the injured and a manhunt still under the eu holding all the cards and increased and police work to find language? frankly, the implication they can dictate how long that way. him. and emotive elements on that, sensible use of the house's time and a girl of 17, and two extension is and whether they grant the proper respect for the decisions of precedent here has huge boys aged 16 and i7, we will bring them to you. one at all. there will be some have died after a crush at a st patrick's day scurrying around at this point to reverberations for the process. i party in county tyrone. which it takes. decisions of the try and find out whether there is don't think it was a secret the government was considering its any possibility of how much of a position this week about a third police believe there change you would have to make to was a crush at the front door one of britain's most controversial house matter. they have weight. in of the greenvale hotel in cookstown, landlords is selling what you are asking mps to vote on. meaningful vote, now we have this all his properties and evicting where the event was taking place, hundreds of tenants. willing to deal with, it's clearly fergus wilson — who has refused the speaker talked about three new going to require a lot of very fast our ireland correspondent, to rent his houses to people many cases, they have direct but deep thought in the hours ahead. emma vardy reports. on zero—hours contracts, documents, new legal advice, could effects, not only here but on the it be something like that which last night confusion and disbelief single parents, and those would allow him to allow mps to vote over how a group of young people trying to enter a disco on benefits — says he's retiring, lives of our constituents. absence and everything must go. that was the voice of a lawyer. ended in disaster. charities say his business methods on it yet again? but he says the there's been an interesting exchange rules are there because you have to between the chairman terrible, just chaos. highlight the disproportionate power of the brexit select committee private landlords can wield. of speaker intervention since 1920 make sure you are making good use of hilary benn and the speaker richard bilton reports. in the past half hour. young ones hysterical, he says he'll make millions. the house's time because i keep third and final time is attributable not to the let's have a listen. at £200,000, i'm selling. voting on the same thing over and the whole night, ijust cannot it's yours, sir. discontinuation of the convention, fergus wilson and his wife judith own around 300 over again, voting on the same thing over and overagain, and interesting wishing between the believe what has happened. properties across kent. voting on the same thing over and over again, and getting a similar but to a general compliance with it. result, some would say it's a waste character of the first meaningful vote and the second, in your they were offering 195. of time. i am thinking who might thus, as erskine may notes, the statements, you drew attention to just after 9:30pm emergency services i've said no. the fact that in the second were called to reports welcome this. the ert, the he is going back, and i said meaningful vote, the government had of casualties outside the hotel. public bill office has often if they go over 200, disallowed bills on the grounds that brought back to the house additional it was soon declared conservative group thomas thought a major incident. we would consider it. the idea of leaving without the deal documents and assurances and legal a bill with the same or very similar one of the teenagers agreements that had not been died at the scene, two it would have to be 200. died later in hospital. is off the card, may now be thinking retained within the first. does your long title, cannot be presented street by street, their empire that this back on the agenda?” statement suggest, in any way, that is being sold off. again in the same session. so far as
absolutely stunned and shocked. guess it is a matter of what you good morning, mr wilson. think the alternative is. if you do in orderfor a third meaningful vote there we have people out enjoying good morning to you. to not fall within the statement we are going to have to sell up. our present situation is concerned, not have another vote on theresa themselves on st patrick's night may's deal you have to look at what and it ends up in tragedy. it is terrible for people that you've just made, that it would such as yourself. let me summarise the chronology of the other alternatives are. if you fergus wants to sell properties require further changes to be agreed events. the draft eu withdrawal think no deal remains on the table to buyers who will retain the hotel had been hosting a party although parliament has to celebrate st patrick's day. overwhelmingly voted against it, and with the european union rather than, police believe a crowd outside the tenants but some will be evicted you are a brexiteers who wants that had been pushing to get and for a landlord, that is not agreements, giving effect to the for example, the government saying in but are still trying to work out deal between the government and the you are a brexiteers who wants that exactly what happened. a difficult process. you will be happy about this. but it's prepared to make an offer to a preliminary investigations show speaking to hilary benn earlier it particular party represented in this eu, was published on the 14th of seems there will be another chance chamber about its participation in that was a crush towards the front next week because the government has novemberand future arrangements? in other words, basically we have two types eu, was published on the 14th of november and the agreement itself, of tenants, those who agree to bring forward a motion, as i with their havoc to be new political door of this hotel and in the crush with me and ex—tenants. most tenants are on six together with the accompanying understand it, which can be amended people seem to have fallen. and 12 months contracts, agreement under section 31 of the —— we are examining now to see and once they are up, political declaration on the future so there could be reamed therefore if the people who have fallen a landlord can evict them with no are those who are deceased. reason with just two months‘ notice. parliament, for mps to control of would there have to be a new there was a little struggling relationship received endorsement from the european council on the ellen lives on a street where fergus all of this —— there could be room political agreement? what i would going on to get people up off the ground and that might explain owns all the houses. 25th of november. the first also why there are our life depends on whether they for mps to take control of this. the reports of fighting. say to the right honourable sell or whether they stay question is if the government could gentleman, who i thank for his point officers think there were a few scheduled vote on what i will and we have no say in it hereafter referred to as the deal bring forward a revised deal but the of order and preliminarily, hundred people waiting outside whatsoever, no security. the party when the incident happened eu had made clear to withdrawal gentleman, who i thank for his point of orderand preliminarily, of gentleman, who i thank for his point just across the road, of order and preliminarily, of the top of my head, is that in all and they are relying on eyewitness wayne and charlotte have already was due to take place on the 11th of agreement is closed and they are not been given an eviction notice. likelihood, the answer to his accounts to try to establish why renegotiating, it could be pretty question is yes. i do think a some teenagers ended up on the floor difficult. there will be lots of and are looking at cctv december. however, on the 10th of they complained about a rent rise. questions to the speaker between him from outside the hotel. and the government about what they they were happy to pay so long december, the vote was postponed need to do and a change of there is a deep sense of shock as some minor repairs were made demonstrable change to the
but fergus send them and loss in the community a section 21 eviction notice. after 164 speeches had already been circumstances, for example, the here and our first thoughts alternatives mps are being given and how did that make you feel? proposition would be required for and prayers are with really angry. offered. take could look very the families of those why? made over three of the five days who lost their children last night. different next week. whether that example, simplya could be enough for the speaker to three young people have because we were planning to live proposition would be required for example, simply a change proposition would be required for example, simplya change in an lost their lives so tragically allotted for the debate. that allow another vote on the deal, we opinion about something wouldn't and i cannot even fathom as a parent here for a few years and save up will have to wait and see. and itself constitute a change in the how those families are postponement was not caused by me. feeling this morning. getting a few lines from the lobby, youth centres have opened enough for a mortgage. here is the first one. the prime offer. and so i would have to look their doors to offer teenagers counselling and there are calls nor by the house. but by the but now we are moving again. at the particulars, i would have to to look at what lessons can be it has put us back. learned from this tragedy. make an honest assessment of the they said to you, "we don't mind government. indeed, i pointed out at minister's spokesman says the speaker did not forewarn us of his circumstances, and perhaps of the paying the rent but can the time that this was deeply statement and content. he says they you do these repairs?" competing claims made as to the the prime minister of and then you booted them out. discourteous to the house and i are not able to comment and veracity of one proposition or new zealand jacinda ardern has said section 21, and they were gone. that is a revenge argument or another, but eviction, isn't it? she will announce tighter gun laws no. suggested that the permission of the discussions with the dup are within days, after her cabinet ongoing, but they are not in the fundamentally, for something to be agreed to new restrictions different, it has to be, by following the shootings in mosques house for that postponement should place to discuss timing for a brexit in christchurch, in i gave section 21 because from years be sought. regrettably, it was not. vote. what a mess. the fact they do of experience, if people complain which 50 people died. about a rent increase one year, definition, fundamentally different. they complain again the following police say the attacker used not know about this show is the not different in terms of wording, military—style assault weapons year and the year after that. over five weeks later, following a relationship between the speaker and modified to make them more deadly, but different in terms of substance. something which is legal the government which we have seen under current laws. section 21 allows you to be over recent months has been and this is in the context of a australian brenton tarra nt, who describes himself pretty brutal, doesn't it? further five—day debates, the first incredibly tense, but he says he is as a white supremacist, yes. has been charged with murder. i suppose the truthful answer meaningful vote was held on the 15th negotiation with others. that are responding to lots of questions, our correspondent especially a question from angela richard lister reports. of january. which is yes, i can do what i like. outside the united kingdom. so that christchurch has been overwhelmed eagle, the labour backbencher who would be my initial feeling. meaningful vote was held on the 15th ofjanuary. which the government
by this tragedy, but amid the grief lost by a margin of 230 votes. the got up at this point, saying how the prime minister of new zealand, and the incomprehension you don't want me to lie about it many times can be bring this back jacinda ardern, has said there is also an outpouring she will announce tighter gun of compassion. and dress it up, do you? no, but it is difficult without changes to it? it was laws within days, after her cabinet if you're a tenant. largest in parliamentary history. agreed to new restrictions you can do what you like. prompted by a question from a following the shootings in mosques among those reflecting in christchurch in the landlord rules, not the tenant. backbench mp and the speaker's job which 50 people died. on last week's horror, but i think you've worked subsequently, the second meaningful police say the attacker used that out, haven't you? is to respond to that so he has gone some of the first responders who had the wilsons are heading military—style assault weapons to deal with the aftermath. into retirement but the power vote was expected to take place in away, looked at president and modified to make them more deadly, none were prepared of private landlords something which is legal for what they found. remains a crucial issue. 10 million people rely on them erskine may, which is the rule book there was a river of blood coming under current laws. out from the mosque. for a roof over their head. which governs what happens in australian brenton tarra nt, february, but, once again, there was who describes himself we ended up having to... a postponement. it finally happened parliament and he is quoted, saying as a white supremacist, lift the... these are the rules and you cannot has been charged with murder. our correspondent only last tuesday, the 12th of just keep doing this. the solicitor march. government's's motion on the richard lister reports. lift the bodies over the top of other bodies. you can see panorama: britain 5 most deal was again very heavily controversial landlord, general says parliament might have christchurch has been overwhelmed by tonight at 8.30pm on bbc one. defeated. in my judgment, to provoke... you are smiling but these are some of the dead men, this tragedy. made the grief and women and children. you can also catch up the youngest, mucad ibrahim, on the bbc iplayer. the prime minister of new zealand deal was again very heavily defeated. in myjudgment, that second meaningful vote motion did says her government incomprehension is an outpouring of was just three years old. has agreed to tighten gun laws compassion. among those reflecting in response to the shootings at two not fall foul of the convention new zealand's prime minister mosques in christchurch on friday. was among thousands signing books fifty people died. on last week's horror, some of the of condolence and she said meanwhile, the attack has raised about matters already having been not many people will be. that would she will announce new gun concerns about far right decided during the same session. first responders who had to deal controls within days. extremism in the uk. be incredible if that is the with its aftermath. number prepared the government has said it's concerned about what it says this was because it could credibly question we have got to because that the clear lesson from history is a growing problem. we are joined now from be argued that it was a different is the rule, it isn't one session for what they found. there was a around the world is that to make our community safer nottingham by william baldet, when you cannotjust keep asking the river of blood coming out of the the time to act is now. who works for prevent proposition from that already in the midlands. same question in one session so that mosque. we had to... we had to lift prevent is the programme rejected by the house on the 15th of is one way around it. but doing aimed at stopping people becoming involved i strongly believe that the vast in terrorism — as part of the uk's january. it contained a number of counter terrorism strategy. that, parliament packing up, how
majority of gun owners will agree with the sentiment that change legal changes which the government the... lift over the top of other many days to brexit? that would be considered to be binding and which needs to occur. when the government says it's a pretty incredible but they certainly growing problem, it's always been had been agreed with the european feel, many in the government, that bodies. these are just some of the under new zealand's gun laws, union after further intensive police check the criminal the speaker is not helping. the there? yes, i search prevent 11 and medical history of those dead men, women and children. the discussions. moreover, the speaker would say his job is to youngest was three years old. new who want a gun licence. yea rs there? yes, i search prevent 11 years ago, and my first case was a protect backbenchers and to make but the most recent figures government's second meaningful vote shows almost everyone motion was accompanied by the sure parliament is not abused in any young ii—year—old neo—nazi. the zealand's prime minister was among who applies gets one, giving them problem has always been there. way and to keep bringing back the thousands signing books of petitioners who work within the publication of three new documents, same thing, he would probably argue, condolences. she says she will access to unlimited numbers of guns. strategy have always dealt with ones is not a good use of the house of announce new gun controls within some of the five weapons days. the clear lesson from history used in the attack were of extremism. it wasn't until 2011 two issued jointly with the eu and commons‘s time but there was a huge bought from this chain. the policy changed, the government around the world is that, to make it's owner says he wouldn't change his row with this because intervention sales practices unless he has to. the third a unilateral declaration earlier this year where he made a our communities safer, the time to amended it to address all forms of decision that most people had not from the uk not objected to by it. act is now. in fact, i strongly and the law shouldn't be changed extremism, particularly in reference been expecting which went against believe the vast majority of gun because of one gunman. to the growing right—wing threat we in procedural terms, it was president. mark rutte —— precedents. owners in new zealand would agree if we allow him to make with the sentiment that change needs changes in our ideology, saw from the edl and others like the to occur. under new zealand's in our behaviour, he's won. therefore quite proper that the debate and the second vote took democratic footballers alliance and place last week. the government others. many will be familiar with gun—control laws, police check the a teenager has been charged responded to it's as it had to do by with circulating video your work in terms of islamist criminal medical history of those of the attack, but police say terrorism, is the work with you do wonder what the eu is going who want a gun. but recent figures there was only one gunman scheduling debates about a no—deal and the key suspect is in custody. to make of this. the only way they show almost everyone who applies far—right terrorism and extremism gets one, giving them access to the same? the approach is exactly brexit and an article 50 extension said they would consider an extension was if there were some unlimited numbers of guns. some of on the streets of christchurch sort of proposal from theresa may. the weapons used in the attack were a show of defiance against rightwing on the 13th and 14th of march bought from this chain. the owner hate as these teenagers the same? the approach is exactly the same. there's a lot of has that been pulled from under her?
says he won't change the sale performed a traditional haka. discussion around the ideologies respectively. it has been strongly themselves of is monism and far not necessarily, i think she could practices unless he has to, but the their response to the worst terror go to them because she might not law shouldn't change because of one attack in new zealand's history. right extremism, but the issues are have held her vote this week. we rumoured, though i have not received gunman. if we allow her to make we re have held her vote this week. we were wondering earlier today that confirmation of this, that third and would be the case, that does not around social care, the psychology today is the first day and sociological issues that people stop her going to the eu on thursday children have had to return even possibly fourth meaningful vote are going through. not everyone is and asking for an extension. the to school since the tragedy. changes in our ideology, in our our correspondent rupert wingfield massively committed to the ideology. motions will be attempted. hence difference now is if she can find no hayes is in christchurch and has if they are, then our reproach will more now on how local way of bringing her deal back then behaviour, he's won. a teenager has this statement, which is designed to people are coping. that means it is a question of a approach to cowboys —— approach will signal what would be orderly and been charged with circulating for at the cashmere high school in christchurch, it has been a grim long extension or potentially still two of the attack, but police say return to class today. what would not. this is my there was only one gunman, and the focus on that. it is driven by two children from this no deal. any kind of extension does key is in custody. on the streets of school are among the dead grievances that they see as from friday's attacks adjustments is in the world, but conclusion. if the government wishes need to be agreed by all countries on the city's mosques. one is 16—year—old hamza mustafa. to bring forward a new proposition in the eu and there has to be a vote his family fled the war also consistent negative life events christchurch, a show of defiance in syria. that they have endured, and those in parliament, in the house of against right—wing hate. these they arrived here in psychological fractures open the teenagers performed a traditional thatis to bring forward a new proposition that is neither the same nor commons and in the house of lords, christchurch only last year. it doesn't have to be can't be doorfor the ideologies psychological fractures open the principal mark wilson has spent door for the ideologies to psychological fractures open the substantially the same as that the morning helping his students doorfor the ideologies to resonate. amended so it would be a straight understand what has happened. our approach is the same across the haka, their disposed of by the house on the 12th teenagers performed a traditional ha ka, their response teenagers performed a traditional haka, their response to the worst terror attack in new zealand's board. the only time he gets a vote. do you agree with the it is not an act of nature, difference is in the ideological history. the president of mozambique says extension or don't you? most people feel that would get through he fears up to a thousand aspect, whichever ideology needs of march, this would be entirely in people may have been killed in particular this was an act of you when a cyclone hit the country. unpicking, we will use experts who order. what the government cannot parliament. it is not necessarily are adept in those different areas. the cyclone made landfall almost stop the delay to brexit. there is directly over the city of beira. a team from the international know, human hatred and legitimately do is to resubmit to federation of red cross ignorance and aggression, with half an eye on what is no mention here of you and i and red crescent societies said that and i think that does happening in utrecht as we speak, the house the same opposition or mean that the nature of what we are dealing provoking and packing up, i suspect is with sometimes harder presumably when there is an event 90% of the city was destroyed.
to comprehend and harder to actually such as the horror we have just seen substantially the same proposition not! understand that somebody could as that of last week, which was live to brussels a mother who drowned her actually do and behave in this way. in christchurch, then organisations three—year—old daughter in the bath like yours anywhere in the world and our correspondent adam fleming. has been sentenced to life imprisonment. as schools broke up this afternoon, working in the same way as going to rejected by 149 votes. this ruling i know what the reaction in this 36—year—old claire colebourn look at that and say, we need to be killed her daughter bethan hundreds and hundreds of students country is because we are trying to at their family home in fordingbridge in hampshire. she told the trial she hadn't from across the city gathered in should not be regarded as might last work it out, what about the eu? a park opposite the al noor mosque careful. attacks may follow. either wanted the child to be word on the subject. it is simply there is a crucial meeting on anywhere near her father following where the first attack took place. copycat or revenge, either? thursday, they are going to be as meant to indicate the test which the after the horrific events, it's perplexed as many people here are the break—up of her marriage. absolutely. in terms of prevent great to see we are not turning to about this. let us be realistic, the government must meet in order for me hatred, we are not turning itself, we always see a spike in our in a moment, we'll be told to darkness, but we are uniting for what's hot and what's not referrals in the wake of a tragedy. eu in this process does not react to in the business news. love and peace. first, a look at the headlines we're letting everyone we saw that keenly in 2017, when we to rule that a third meaningful vote on afternoon live: know, letting the everything that happens in communities know, letting can legitimately be held in this parliament at every twist and turn the speaker of the house of commons the nations know that these horrific had a spate of terrorist attacks. says theresa may won't be able events do not define who we are. to put her brexit deal before there was one example just after the parliamentary session. order. yes, the not —— so let's not expect mps for a third time unless she substantially changes it. attack against the muslim worshippers at finsbury park, where issues being issued —— statement dutch police release an image of 37—year—old gokmen tanis, i was contacted by a school where a who is wanted in connection indeed. point of order, sir peter with a shooting on a tram in utrecht young teenager in the school was in which three people were killed as we learn more about trying to recruit other pupils to being issued. having said that, my and five were injured. the victims of this start a race war against muslim terrible crime, we found police confirm three teenagers died they age from 77 to just three years old. bottomley. mr speaker, can i put phone has been busy. people are in a reported crush outside pupils. the language they were using a st patrick's day party at a hotel they came from bangladesh and pakistan, egypt and somalia, quite perplexed. the eu is waiting in county tyrone last night. some were even recent refugees three points following your helpful was pretty extreme. they had a from the war in syria statements? the first is, at the for it theresa may to turn up to the and they all chose to come history of racism, their parents we re history of racism, their parents were considered to be part of the beginning of it, you referred to summit with the other 27 leaders on here to christchurch thursday afternoon where she will for the problem as well. that's indicative update them on the position in the of the kind of impact these attacks here's your business may, not the word must. at the end, uk and they are waiting to get a bit headlines on afternoon live: very reason that it is so safe. jd sports has made an offer to buy have. they generate a motion on both you used the word must not the word clothing and shoe retailer
at a house on the outskirts sides of the spectrum and we see may. in the second, the third point of clarity about what is happening in the uk so they can make their footasylum for £90.1m. of christchurch, nadeem khan is welcoming friends and neighbours. people either copying the attacks or decision about whether there is he escaped the massacre by a minute. looking at some kind of revenge or going to be an extension to the it already owns 18.7% of it mr khan's nephew abdullah has is this. when sir ian gilmour put retribution as what they have article 50 process, and waiting for after buying a stake in february. agreed to speak to us. his father and older brother witnessed on the news. thank you a letter or a signal from theresa late last year, footasylum warned were both killed at the forward a proposition regarding of weaker than expected profits al noor mosque. very much. may that the uk once that extension. abdullah says political coffee and betting offices, the following poor trading in a moment, we'll be finding out in the background they are waiting over the summer. leaders around the world what's hot and what's not puritans objected, so withdrew the shares more than halved. in the business news. for the legal and political bear responsibility first, a look at the headlines bill. shortly after, there was a institution ducks in a row to make budget hotel chain travelodge says for what happened to his family. on afternoon live: it's targeting parents people give hate speech, dutch police release an image bill. shortly after, there was a who want to return to work to fill of 37—year—old gokmen tanis, bill called the miscellaneous provisions bill that passed because that an reality. i think they will who is wanted in connection a potential post—brexit staffing gap all it does is just with a shooting on a tram no one noticed it, that to do with in utrecht this morning. watch and see what will happen in if eu worker numbers fall. the city's mayor says three people coffee and betting shops. the title creates division and when people the next couple of hours. if they're like donald trump and people in were killed in the attack. it plans to open 100 new hotels, leadership positions police confirm three teenagers died was changed, so might something the going to be a meaningful vote three, support that in their creating 3,000 jobs by 2023, comments, all that does in a crush at a st patrick's day does the government find a way of is party last night in county tyrone. and says it hopes to attract parents government put forward might be reaffirms people's beliefs and if new zealand's prime minister accepted government put forward might be a cce pted by government put forward might be accepted by the chair? i'm not sure says her government will move clearing thatjohn by offering flexible hours quickly to toughen the country's gun does the government find a way of clearing that john bercow does the government find a way of clearing thatjohn bercow has set they can justify being prejudiced laws following the deadly attack for them? or does this mean that and school—hour roles. on mosques in christchurch. a payment—processing firm that used against certain groups, there were three points but there to be owned by and it's not ok. royal bank of scotland has standing close to the al noor are, i'm not sure we should be theresa may has to come to brussels and say to her fellow eu leaders, been sold in a deal worth £32bn. mosque, the city's students lit discourteous to the gentleman, but i candles to represent light worldpay has been bought overcoming darkness, love overcoming hate. here's your business the speaker of parliament says there by us—based fidelity national headlines on afternoon live: has to be a change to the deal to information services. befuddled by his first observation the firm provides electronic jd sports has made an offer to buy allow me to put it back to payments services and also software the clothing and shoe retailer which was not as clear to me as it parliament for another vote? which for the finance industry. once again, christchurch is showing footasylum for £90.1m. the world it will not be manifestly was to him. referred to case i think she would get a short defined by the horrific crime it already owns 18.7% of it a nswer case i think she would get a short answer from the eu case i think she would get a short answerfrom the eu because case i think she would get a short committed on friday. after buying a stake in february. erskine may, i was not conscious answer from the eu because the deal is done and no longer negotiable, late last year, footasylum warned that i had used the word may early
you're watching afternoon live, they are not prepared to add of wea ker—than—expected profits in my statements, and most later in anything else to the package, that these are our headlines. is it. i will let you go so you can following poor trading my statements, which would be by so the sports retailerjd sports has dutch police release an image over the summer. has snapped up fellow of 37—year—old gokmen tanis, shares more than halved. retailer footasylu m ? who is wanted in connection budget hotel chain travelodge says manner of contradiction or be open with a shooting on a tram in utrecht this morning. it's targeting parents to the suggestion they were who want to return to work to fill respond to those texts. in the last few minutes, contradictory. at the right the city's mayor has said a potential post—brexit staffing gap honourable gentleman wishes to labourunder it's interesting, because you've got three people were killed in honourable gentleman wishes to catherine haddon from the institute a retailer that offers a very the attack. police confirm three teenagers died if eu worker numbers fall. in a crush at a st patrick's day labour under that comprehension, and for government is in westminster similar products and services, but it plans to open 100 new hotels, is apparently doing a lot better. party in county tyrone. she has just walked off on footasylu m creating 3,000 jobs by 2023, wishes to complements me, i will is apparently doing a lot better. footasylum has made nonsense of not new zealand's prime minister she hasjust walked off on me, she says her government will move and says it hopes to attract parents profit by his councils. i am not has just doing a very well for some time. quickly to toughen the country's gun she hasjust walked off on me, she hasjust gone. are by offering flexible hours laws following the deadly attack she hasjust walked off on me, she has just gone. are you able to tell on mosques in christchurch. and school—hour roles. me what has happened and what effect last week, it said profits were in familiar with the other particular thatis me what has happened and what effect trouble, sales want to doing too a payment processing firm that used that is going to have on the deal? in sport, sojim ratcliffe is to be owned by example he gave me, i believe it well. it floated only about 18 royal bank of scotland has would be interesting reading and i what has just happened isjohn been sold in a deal worth £32bn. will add it to my list in the period bercow has put down a big marker months ago on the stock market, but worldpay has been bought of days that lies ahead. i thank him its value has halved in that time. saying that the government cannot by us—based fidelity national for what he had said and the bring back this meaningful vote for clearly, an offer like this was too expected to save the future of sky information services. courtesy with which he has said it. a third time, unless it is changed good to resist. the firm provides electronic and expected to become the financial craig erlam is a senior payments services and also software i will come to be right honourable substantially and it is implied he for the finance industry. backer. chelsea has confirmed their gentleman, i may move to the chair market analyst at oanda. will be the one to judge whether it player was racially abused, they of the european scrutiny committee. this is an interesting offer, why is has changed so this is a big if you're a parent looking for a job with flexible hours, travelodge may it seems to me that what you said headache for the government. there jd doing this? it's seeing it as an have reported the incident to uefa are ways they can bring this back have something for you. makes an enormous amount of sense opportunity to acquire a very but the ways in which they could do and are expecting a full given the fact that this has been similar business? i've also heard it so are going to cause even bigger investigation. and cristiano ronaldo described as almost too cheap to has been charged with improper conduct in his celebration last heavily defeated on two separate problems. what are they? they can ignore. when you look at the some interesting figures? as i said occasions. unless there is a
substantial difference, it must similarities in the businesses, the week. he gestured towards his crotch follow that what you have said, in a put down some kind of paving motion co—founders being the same people, in the headlines, they are concerned to say they want to suspend these they are looking at slightly very important statement, makes an about the fall, potentially, of eu enormous amount of sense. i just rules for this particular vote, we different age groups but very much a in the first leg. wondered on one thing is regard to similar audience, it does seem to be workers they are reliant on workers the president of 160a, whether it know the convention exists but we a deal that makes sense. as you have from the eu, they make up a quarter will set that aside but to do so, was any connection with that and alluded to already, price i think is theresa may is continuing her of all workers. they are worried they have to get a majority to pass attempts to persuade mps there is going to be a gap and say very shortly afterwards there was from the democratic unionist party the gunpowder plot? that initial motion so that is a big there is going to be a gap and say there are appealing to parents alluded to already, price i think is a important component. at the and dozens of her own colleagues to current high street landscape right support her brexit deal this week. saying, these are flexible hours in laughter complication avoid them. the other now suggests there is some bargains the hospitality industry, we're well, the honourable gentleman is a to be had, and clearlyjd sports about to hope on 100 hotels in the way is this rule applies with this but she has to overturn next few years and create 3000 jobs, far superior historian. he may know. parliamentary session and this is a views this as one. moving on to a huge majority opposed to her withdrawal agreement. come and work for us. two—year parliamentary session that was supposed to be in order to bring commerce banks and deutsche bank, borisjohnson, a leading leave campaigner, has said it would be they have confirmed they are in we have around a third i will not say. and i appreciate absurd to hold a third vote also his sense of humour on what is on the deal before further of all of our workers through the vote and supposed and talks. what implication will this talks with eu leaders. come from the eu 27, have on the city of london? there our political correspondent so we must prepare for the summer, they might try to bring the post—brexit situation. are talks on media reports about the chris mason reports. we're doing that nevertheless an extremely important forward the end of the session the prime minister returned by raising ourgame. occasion. but i thank him for what impact it might have onjobs. to downing street this morning we had a record number earlier in order to get a new with one question to answer. of applications last month session started. that means from people, and working parents he has said, i have always respected are talks on media reports about the can she persuade enough mps in particular find working impact it might have on jobs. this is one of the biggest concerns of in hospitality attractive. the honourable gentleman is a to finally back her deal? it offers flexible working, the union is that this merger could i think the mood in my constituency you can plan around your other help both companies alleviate some responsibilities, and crucially, principled and indefatigable of the costs at a time when both are is changing very quickly. you can get a step on the parliamentarian. i think come across provoking they voted for brexit, career ladder too, because many of our people progress into this house, whether people agree they are worried that if this with the honourable gentleman or struggling, but what comes with that issue is protracted, management roles within three years ofjoining us. not, they know of one thing which i is the potential for sizeable job if there is a major extension so that's why hospitality make such to article 50, we could lose brexit. once said, as he knows, on the parliament —— proroguing parliament. losses. this will create an enormous a good career choice. occasion of her majesty the queen's so there is one who has visit to this place, and directly to bank between the two commerce you're changed his mind. in the us, the department actually looking at hundreds ofjob
and here, just maybe, is another. of transportation is investigating yes, it does. that is the state the federal aviation where we have got to and the huge administration's inital approval losses and this is causing concerns. of the boeing 737 max after the 737 her, that the honourable gentleman, so no deal is better this is something jeremy is closely than a bad deal? max planes were grounded confusion that is an over progress. no deal is better than a bad deal for an indefinite period globally last week in the wake but a bad deal is better of two deadly accidents the member for stone, speaks looking at. thank you, craig. let's her, that the honourable gentleman, the memberfor stone, speaks and than remaining in the european union votes only and always as he thinks in the hierarchy of deals. involving the aircraft model. this is a headache for the mr rees—mogg says he is waiting government but they must have known to see what northern ireland's they're investigating why it got the national interest requires. democratic unionists decide to do this was coming. in the lobby they looking at. thank you, craig. let's look at the markets. there is this a and so far today they are keeping approved and how it got approved. have been saying they did not know big deal in the payment sector, and quiet, so they are not it's very interesting how this all there can be no greater compliment this was happening. they have been persuaded yet. toa memberof works, a tangled web. there is there can be no greater compliment to a member of parliament than to signalling he might be doing there are others who say that to him or her. a point of something like this for a couple of appear unpersuadable. pressure on the faa on how it if it is rammed through parliament weeks, he mentioned last week he was world pay big deal in the payment sector, and worldpay has big deal in the payment sector, and world pay has been big deal in the payment sector, and worldpay has been acquired by a at the last minute, everyone considering this so it is not like company in the united states. reacted to the grounding of these order, mr ian blackford. thank you, will have buyer's remorse. world pay company in the united states. worldpay do a lot of things about you have got people saying boeing 737 max plains. there one of it has not been mentioned. is this a how we pay on our phones and online. they will hold their noses against the stench of this the last regulators to ground them. mr speaker, for your statement this so expect a lot of movement in that afternoon, we do indeed live in constitutional crisis? it is heading deal to vote against it. interesting times. i think it's fair ican speak that way, if the government cannot sector. ftse100 in positive how can this deal be the last regulators to ground them. i can speak now tour our to say we are in a constitutional a path for the future correspondent in new york. out what get the motion even voted on, there territory. jd sports shares up a crisis and i seek your advice on how little on that deal. thank you. for our great country? would this investigation involved? we can convey a message to the are at odds with the speaker, it is there are several investigations government that the issue of are at odds with the speaker, it is a big tussle that is going on, just the former foreign secretary boris that are happening. really, what you leadership is no most important and with the process of brexit, let johnson in the daily telegraph says indeed imperative. and what can we he still does not like the deal need to understand is that the alone the outcome and it is usually and also in here 23 conservative mps united states used to be really at do to prevail upon the prime say a no deal next week would be one of britain's most controversial minister that you must immediately confusing for many people so it is a landlords is selling a precursor to a very the forefront of aviation safety, call a meeting of all opposition shambolic state. thank you, good to all his properties and evicting but all of this happening with good deal indeed. meanwhile, the government from leaders in order that we can hundreds of tenants. boeing is raising a lot of questions react to this crisis and find a way fergus wilson — who has refused is still trying to sound optimistic about getting its deal through. talk to you. to rent his houses to people about the independence of the ahead? the prime minister must on zero—hours contracts,
single parents, and those i think there are some cautious immediately meet with the heads of on benefits — says he s retiring, signs of encouragement. aviation authorities and regulators and everything must go. you have got people government in edinburgh and in here in the united states. the charities say his career highlights like matthew elliott who led the disproportionate power question is how is it that there is cardiff. the right honourable private landlords have. the vote leave campaign, let's speak to the conservative mp, richard bilton reports. norman lamont, esther gentleman his point was force and he says he'll make millions. mcvey, strong critics a boeing 737 max was allowed to fly? leave supporter, and former northern third and final time ireland secretary owen paterson. at £200,000, i'm selling. of the deal, who are now saying there is one report that is saying alacrity. it is not for me to say £195,000, it's yours, sir. they will support it. i know you thought the deal was fergus wilson and his wife who the prime minister should or but there is a lot more work to do. awful, explain what this leaves us? judith own around 300 that we are seeing that boeing is shouldn't meet, but that point is i think it is an interesting properties across kent. actually now responsible for putting registered, it is on the record. of they were offering 195. i've said no. everywhere you look there i know the right honourable development and welcome. looks like he is going back, and i said through some of these safety gentleman as gentleman as well as i are alternative visions for brexit. the same deal was being brought back if they go over 200, think i do, it will be repeated by to the commons yet again for the we would consider it. labour is toying with backing a plan recommendations rebecca many people him with some passion and vociferous are saying how is it that the person hatched on its backbenches to put nurse in the days ahead and not third time and was going to be voted the prime minister's deal it would have to be 200. to a referendum with remaining at the organisation which is in the eu as the other option. least because of the force with down for the third time, which seems building the aeroplane is now also street by street, their empire responsible for saying, yes, there which it is articulated again and a pointless exercise. i think the is being sold off. this is the moment where we have isa responsible for saying, yes, there is a plane is safe enough to fly. again and again. are feel certain it prime minister can go to the council good morning, mr wilson. to put our country forward on with some real asks, i think she and to those mps and people watching they say there should be an will be heard, whether it's heat it good morning to you. who find this really difficult, we are going to have to sell up. i am sorry, but we are in this mess independent body looking into this. remains to be seed, but it will be needs to make it very clear it is there are other investigations and we will not get out of this mess heard. point of order, jacob currently the law of the land that looking at things like how many we will leave at 11 o'clock on the by business as usual and we will have to involve pilot hours or how many assimilation rees—mogg. which is terrible for the public one more time heard. point of order, jacob rees-mogg. may i first of all say 29th which is on friday week, and people such as yourself. fergus wants to sell properties to get us through it, hours that a pilot's had to take in how delighted i i'm that you have that should concentrate minds. i to buyers who will retain and have a definitive end order to fly these new planes. so the tenants but some will be decided to follow precedent, which evicted and for a landlord, to the brexit nightmare. is something i'm greatly in favour have been party to the talks on the there's still a lot of questions of, and dare i say, there is more in that is not a difficult process. if you are concluding being asked about boeing and how the alternative arrangements, having basically we have two types from all of this mps still seem of tenants, those who agree 737 mansplains were allowed to fly. to be kicking around almost every heaven that have repented and have with me and former tenants. possible brexit option the week issues on the northern ireland before our scheduled departure, what would be the consequences of not been a need for repentance. make border and they formed a key part of
well, you would be right. this investigation, if they do you healthy house with two points of the malthouse compromise. now is the chris mason, bbc news, time to talk about the proposals conclude that their relationship was clarity. the foresters, which is most tenants are on six at westminster. there, one of which we discussed too close and that it is strange indication today event at the second and 12 months contract, let's speak to our chief political and once they are up, correspondent vicki young, that boeing took on some of the reading or the first reading of the a landlord can evict them with no who is at westminster. certification processes as well? one rapidly, and exchange of reason with just two months‘ notice. ellen lives on a street where fergus so—called bill which may have the i have said this before, it is all would hope that there would be some documentation allowing zero tariffs owns all the houses. same effect of confirming the serious changes made to aviation meaningful vote? and would i be our life depends on whether they and zero causes to continue while sell or whether they stay right in thinking that a new session and we have no say in it about the numbers? yeah, it is. it regulators and how they work here. the two entities, the uk and the eu whatsoever, no security. was interesting at the weekend to just across the road, in fact, just as an aside, there had after prorogation would allow the wayne and charlotte have already cabinet members were saying they motion to be returned to the house? discussed a long—term free trade been given an eviction notice. will not hold a so—called meaningful been at talks in congress about agreement for a reasonable length of vote on theresa may's deal unless they complained about a rent rise. they think they can win it because i think the house words decide on time, which can be up to ten years. actually privatising the faa. that they were happy to pay so long there is no point. key to that, never came to pass, but itjust the principle of the second reading this could be a real game changer at of the wave bill if we got to that as some minor repairs were made shows the kind of pressure that according to most ministers is the last, some really interesting but fergus said that the section exists on these aviation regulators point. the second point at the democratic unionist party coming on honourable gentleman makes and the 21 eviction notice. issues. eu negotiations always go to how did that make you feel? board. the last defeat, hundred and and that they're underfunded. there's not enough money to go partly rhetorical question the wire because we have 11 days to really angry, yeah. rounds, which is why you see that a accompanying it about post 49 vote defeat is what theresa may get something done. if we did that why? irrigation and a new session seems lot of these regulators are putting because we were planning to live has to turn around, it seems to be to be self—evidently valid. we would honour the clear promise to impossible but there is some sign of more pressure on engineers at here for a few years and save up optimism. there was over the weekend 17.a million people to leave, we enough for a mortgage. specific companies. in terms of i'm not advocating that, but that boeing, none of this is very good. would honour all those conservative point is valid. —— post prorogation. voters that were promised that they with the view people in the the main reason why they pushed so would vote conservative they would but now we are moving again. quickly to get these 737s up and leave, but leaving the single conservative party changing their it has put us back to square one. mind but it is not enough. it could running is because they were in deep a point of order, angela eagle. markets, the customs union and the they said to you, we don't mind be there is no vote this week and remit of the ecj. it is good for paying the rent but can
competition with airbus. this is not you do these repairs? theresa may heads after the eu and then you booted them out. summit asking for a lengthy likely to make their finances look very good. thanks. i'm sure this is thank you. will you confirm to the confidence in our democratic institutions which are under real threat at the moment. is it your section 21, and they were gone. extension. you have not backed house today that... not the last we will hear of the view that theresa may's deal is now that's a revenge eviction, isn't it? theresa may's deal so far, why are no. dead? i think it is because i listen you not backing it and could you be story. let's have a look at the markets. the ftse let's speak to our chief political persuaded to do so? we got a phone to some of the points of order, i i gave a section 21 because, correspondent vicki young. from years of experience, call at the weekend saying what we on the face of it, has theresa may was trying to get in myself before i if people complain 100 in positive territory, doing about a rent increase one year, support it and they expected to have well today. the share prices ofjd just lost her brexit deal? you'll they complain again the following came on here. this speaker made it have to come up with something very clear there has got to be year and the year after that. dmp on board, clearly that has not different. the speaker quoting the section 21 allows you to be substantial textual changes of real pretty brutal, doesn't it? rules, saying you cannotjust keep yes, i suppose the truthful answer bringing back the same thing over substance and that probably means text agreed by the european union, is yes, i can do what i liked. happened. —— dup. iwill not again. in his judgment, you don't want me to lie about it dmp on board, clearly that has not sports have done well today after bringing back the same thing over again. in hisjudgment, the last happened. —— dup. i will not be bullied into something i do not that announcement earlier. lots of time she had that vote, the second not just a couple and dress it up, do you? text agreed by the european union, notjust a couple of partial no, but it is difficult believe in, it is still a bad deal and it still means the european attempt, he said it was fiddles. i think, if you are a tenant. movement as well for sainsbury‘s. substantially different because you can do what you like. court ofjustice and it still means the european there were some new documents, three the landlord rules, not the tenant. court of justice can micra be more in about a hour. notjust a couple of partial fiddles. ithink, on notjust a couple of partial fiddles. i think, on that basis, if and it still means the european court ofjustice can find us, we new documents. as you remember, he does not allow it to come back, but i think you've figured remain in the customs union and it that out, haven't you? there is no basis to help the bill the wilsons are heading is hard to get out with a backstop. there was legal advice from the into retirement but the power attorney general, so that is why he of private landlords i want better for our country. maybe airbus is a european company, a lot allowed that to happen. the idea remains crucial issue. which has to be based on the of it is produced here? you have to that she can bring it back again a 10 million people rely on them next week you will be faced with a agreement. there is a chance to do choice and to visit me may come back third time, maybe a fourth, he said and the eu have agreed a lengthy go through processes across the something exciting and positive. we it would have to be a different for a roof over their head. delay to brexit, are you willing to world, and in the us, their process will leave the eu on the 29th of of approving airlines is going to be proposition or substantially march without a deal, is that what different. so this is a problem for see that as the alternative? a different in everyjurisdiction. i'd you mean? no, there is already a lengthy delay or eu backed her deal, thatis lengthy delay or eu backed her deal, that is what some in her party are talk to you later, thank you. the government. we were anticipating
deal, we have agreed deals on you can see panorama: britain's most there might be a third meaningful controversial landlord, saying is the choice. the prime a huge bronze sculpture, aeroplanes and drivers etc. what we tonight at 8.30pm on bbc one. believed to be the largest vote this week, maybe tomorrow, that you can also catch it in the uk, has arrived outside on the bbc iplayer. have made clear in the malthouse minister has said we will leave on the theatre royal in plymouth. scientists in yorkshire have come the 29th. the you still think we the ten—tonne sculpture of an actor was looking less likely because up with a creative way rehearsing at the theatre is called cabinet ministers said they were not agreement is we have an interim to tackle problems with water quality in the humber estuary. messenger and was designed going to bring it back again unless the yorkshire wildlife trust has will? she has that gift, she can by the artistjoseph hillier. period in which everything continues relocated hundreds of oysters john maguire has more. there was a chance they could win. surfing into plymouth for a bit but we have a clear end from a loch in scotland in the hope on the morning tide — so they need the dup and lots of that it will introduce more ensure we do. she keeps bringing the messenger, as she's known, struck an incongruous conservatives to change their minds. point and that, i think, would bring marine life into the area. same deal back time and time again, and imposing figure. paul murphy has this report. seven metres tall and nine but i think the fact the deal has certainty but one thing we do not and it is a failure to listen. we metres wide, messenger will take up residency been defeated so heavily as well, wa nt certainty but one thing we do not want is a huge long extension with at the mouth of the humber, have got the added element of outside the theatre royal this whole ghastly nightmare going conservationists are building looking at the eu. they said they twice now, to just what they hope will be in the city of plymouth. been defeated so heavily as well, twice now, tojust allow been defeated so heavily as well, twice now, to just allow her keep on for another two years. that would a des res for oysters. would not bail greece out time and she is the uk's largest coming back, he said, it goes be very unpopular in the country and the shellfish were plentiful bronze sculpture. against the rules and it gave here until the 19505, time again but they bailed them out she represents a young actor, exa m ples against the rules and it gave probably would not get through but demands for the dining examples going back several hundreds of years. sure why she went back to delicacy led to overfishing at the 11th hour. it would not the dynamism, the energy, parliament. realistically what are the chances of the eu agreed to and near extinction. surprise me to see the eu give the message that an actor gets 160a, didn't he? get a voice he said extra time on the basis you are concession. many people said eu across when they're on stage. now they're being sought this is a rule that has been there the statue has been created using for a long time, he is not making it bringing forward a whole new deal?” for their environmental benefits. bailed out greece because they were up, he is going think the eu has got to face the it's one of those species where it staying in, not leaving. esther both ancient and modern techniques. creates habitats and it can be for a long time, he is not making it by for a long time, he is not making it up, he is going by president and reality that the current deal which she's assembled from cast—bronze would not bring back something that the first species in there mcvey says she will now back it. she is different. it is difficult to see segments, formed using robots says clinging onto the choices we to colonise and establish an area. and computer—aided design. had before it last week's vote will how that would happen it, given that was extraordinarily disadvantageous not get as brexit and see us her stance is based the eu has said the withdrawal for the and it's the oysters from loch ryan on an actor rehearsing agreement is now closed and they are remaining in the eu, are you willing was extraordinarily disadvantageous forthe uk, was extraordinarily disadvantageous for the uk, where law was imposed by in southwest scotland that for the shakespearean play othello. no longer negotiating that. it's to risk that by not backing the 27 countries, where we did not yorkshire scientists if you think about most going to be tricky for the have got their eye on. government, i do thinkjulian smith, they've been given deal? i understand david davis came victorian statues in towns, introduce the law is as they liked special permission to relocate several hundred. they are of men, the chief whip, is trying to make a back today and said he backed last standing motionless.
point here to get clarification, but there's nothing more week, but he might not bucket this but she's very dynamic natural than an oyster and that's something has not been called by the speaker. that lives in the sea. i was very keen to capture. we cannot get out, we do trade with week. the opinion is what i might once messenger was safely delivered the only way they can be substantial other countries and above all, broke and they do pick up the qualities wa nt week. the opinion is what i might want to do. what about a deal that by sea, she then took to the air change if she gets out from the eu. of where they're grown. up the team from yorkshire need to get and was lifted onto dry land, other countries and above all, broke up the united kingdom in breach of these creatures down to the humber keeps us in the customs union and ready to take her place outside she's seeing them on thursday. if the theatre royal and at the centre she doesn't get that on thursday, we the belfast agreement, however much as quickly as possible. ensures that we are still a rule of plymouth‘s cultural ambitions. they might have liked it and to loch ryan is one of the last places takerand it is leave the eu by law on the 29th of just look at her, she is beautiful. their advantage, that deal does look in the uk where you can actually get ensures that we are still a rule taker and it is not brexit? to me thatis dead because it failed by two large taker and it is not brexit? to me that is not the democratic think march unless the eu gives us a native natural oysters she will make an impact on the city that is not the democratic think that people voted for. do you think and there are enough on them we can leave without a deal a week and hopefully people will come considerable extension to brexit. boats in the house of commons are that we can take some and bring them now the speaker says it cannot come back to the site on the humber on friday? that is what i always for many years to come to see her, this stakes have just got a lot back so let's look at something to re—establish them. because she is rather special. six hours and 200 miles later, higher, haven't they? we were constructive which can work which they've arrive on the humber wanted, i on friday? that is what i always wanted, lam originally based on the character would be to the advantage of both on friday? that is what i always wanted, i am happy to go on wto if looking a little earlier today and and are ready for their new home. bianca, a courtesan in othello, talking about the fact that there i think it's fantastic. sides. where does this leave theresa not. i'm not sure the prime minister may not be another vote this week, it's really innovative and has the subject matter has led to some may in terms of where she is with bemusement in the city. that she would go straight to the eu the deal and where she is as prime not been done before. will do it by next friday. would you oysters are amazing but as she takes up a permanent and they improve water quality. vote for that? i would, definitely. place outside the theatre, council on thursday and ask for that it'll create it's hoped she will become extension. the government made it minister? it is a faint line, i an ecosystem that we do not have. a magnet for visitors clear last week there were two i voted to leave on the 29th, that and plymouthians alike, options for that, one was a short, placed in sacks and attached a messenger that will be think she should have a clear run at to metal frames, they'll be covered heard far and wide. technical extension of a deal had is what the prime minister has said by the tide in a few hours and begin all along and what we have been gone through by them, which now time for a look at the to feed again. saying all along because we backed weather, here's nick. looks unlikely. the second was a the council this week showing that over the last 100 years or so, her. she does not deliver it it is lengthy extension. of course, this the humber estuary has become this deal is dead in the water and is allup to heavily industrialised. on her watch. are you concerned the lengthy extension. of course, this country is not ready for it? we are is all up to the eu. they are allowed to dictate the terms of they will have to look in short and although that's brought with it economic benefits, there's also been that. it could still be that they an environmental impact. hearing different things, we have come back next week, and when i was notice at looking at the proposals the weather looking quite of this heard the country is ready, and interviewing hilary benn earlier, he which ultimately come down to what this scheme is part of a bigger plan
made the point that, under the law, week, not flat calm or bone dry, but we put in the malthouse compromise, to give nature in this there has been a compromise. the area more of a chance. because that deal was defeated last more settled than recently. farlow exchange of documentation allowing a prime minister could have wept week, there will have to be a people to but it, and we could have free trade arrangements to be agreed this underwater robotic camera stormy as well. lighter winds for neutral motion brought back on will eventually be used monday, i think it was, which can be over the coming months and to put to monitor the sea bed got it through. that is not crashing most of our, the reason for the in the hope that the oysters current arrangements on hold for the have encouraged other amended. so there are other out, it is a managed no deal. do you change the jet stream, which has interim period. and she is the prime marine life into the area. parliamentary routes through here, but not for the government, it minister to do that? she? she is a single adult oyster will filter seems, investor can get some kind 100 litres of water a day. wa nted been bringing low pressure, out, it is a managed no deal. do you wanted to go for that next week?|j currently the prime minister and she so if you have a big oyster reef occasional stormy weather, though it of, what sounds like, a significant would wanted to go for that next week?” would love her to go for a managed has the majority in the house of somewhere like the humber, is lifting to our north, under the change the proposition it's going to commons when she has the dup on no deal. people still looking at it will have an impact influence of high pressure, things put before mps. change the proposition it's going to put before mp5. to revise thank you site, i would commons when she has the dup on site, iwould have commons when she has the dup on site, i would have thought they on the clarity of water behind it, various options on the table but as would be pleased with this because are settling down, therefore. down very much. return to the house of they are unhappy with the current which would be fantastic. we say, the end of march, that would be lovely to see the humber go the western side of the uk, a wet back to being something deadline looming and lots of mps commons. irrespective or proposals and withdrawal agreement. like it was 200 years morning, outbreaks of rain, still very uncertain as to what kind of circumstances does not mean that it ago, before industrialisation. more to come this afternoon. the isjustified not to it'll be many months before brexit‘s, if any next week, is going east has been best this afternoon, circumstances does not mean that it is justified not to follow it. it to happen. sorry to ask you a cloud building, some showers built depends on the particular scientists can assess the full circumstance. it depends, for a gunman has killed three people and injured five others impact of this project question with the siren going on, in here. sunshine in the north east in an attack on a tram in the dutch example, whether one is facilitating the house and allowing the city of utrecht. on the surrounding environment, police said it appeared to be multiple reports suggesting that of scotland, and temperatures around expression of an opinion which might theresa may may be thinking of 11 degrees, not too far from average otherwise be denied. as was the case but its hoped that the creature that a terrorist incident. once existed in huge numbers getting rid of all the robins, one for the time of year. clouds around the country's head of here has now begun its comeback. of the main civil servants and on the 9th ofjanuary. in this case, counter—terrorism said there had tonight, some drizzle, clear spells been shooting at several locations — negotiators. ollie robins has been a of course, where we are talking and the attacker was still around as well. some fog developing at large with a manhunt underway. controversial figure for some about the same question rule, i have negotiators. ollie robins has been a controversialfigure for some in negotiators. ollie robins has been a controversial figure for some in the party because they feel it is been too. temperatures at the lowest in that's it from your afternoon live already explained that this matter police have issued team for today, a cctv image of the man next the bbc news at five.
they're looking for — him leading the kind of brexit‘s we eastern scotland and england, has been treated by the house, and he's a 37 year old turkish—born man time for a look at the weather. freezing out some sports, but most called gokmen tanis. have got to, others point out civil therefore the question of whether a the've told the public of us around 7 degrees. we start serva nts ta ke subsequent motion is the same or not to approach him. have got to, others point out civil servants take their orders from ministers and from the prime tomorrow with a good degree of cloud security has been stepped up substantially the same is a live minister in particular. he is a around, damp and drizzly, heavy at airports in the area, quieter weather this week, not bone well—known figure behind the scenes matter for consideration and and the rumours were that was what dry orflat calm, judgment at the appropriate time. in with schools and mosques also told quieter weather this week, not bone dry or flat calm, but not as stormy bursts of rain running through to shut their doors, as it has been. bit of rain out on was being offered to conservative scotla nd bursts of rain running through scotland in the northern isles, with fa ct, judgment at the appropriate time. in fact, that seems to me to be so as the terror threat was raised a stronger wind than today. some to the highest level. the western side of the uk today. mps, that he would stand beside. the naomi grimley has this report. sunny sales too, parts of central, obviously common sense and a city on the highest level of alert. patch in nature, sunny spells on the other rumour is that theresa may observation that only an this was utrecht in the aftermath might be standing aside which is eastern and south eastern england of today's shooting. east, their sunshine at the north and temperatures under the clouds heavily armed police what some mps would like to see. can be seen scouring east, their sunshine at the north east of scotland and the northern extraordinary sophisticated purse, perhaps bereft of such common sense, the streets looking isles. most of us around 10 degrees. they are saying they could back her and temperatures under the clouds and sunshine are higher. mild air could fail to grasp it. the for the night's, a good deal of cloud still deal if she was to announce a departure date. at the moment, honourable gentleman most certainly around, patchy rain and drizzle as moving in across the uk, but before wouldn't fall into that category, prime suspect who is still on the run. well. though it clear spells. the incident itself happened neither of those, if they are true, you get carried away, a lot of cloud because he is both externally temperatures at the lowest through seem neither of those, if they are true, sophisticated and blessed, i feel at 10:a5am at this tram stop just the clear parts of eastern scotland seem to be making any difference. around as you can see from this thank you very much. sure, with a very large supply of and england, some places ending up outside the historic city centre. chart for wednesday. despite the common sense. point of order, mark one of the most contentious issue cloud, myspace is dry and breaks in close to freezing. but general the cloud allowing some sunny in the brexit negotiations has been several shots were fired spells. light winds, fairly breezy inside this tram, three around six celsius. tomorrow, bursts francois. thank you. you have said were killed according of rain running through northern how to maintain an open border to the city's mayor and scotla nd of rain running through northern scotland with a stronger wind on the island of ireland. memorably in the past that sometimes compared with today. elsewhere, this month, in northern scotland, air edging and many others injured. geeta guru—murthy is on the road, later in the day. temperatures we had to take the rough with the the dutch prime minister has finding out how brexit affects indicated terrorism is a rather cloudy, drizzly and some edging higher, and if you do get to smooth. well, it seems to me today possible motive. different parts of the uk. spots, though sunny spells in the she's been to the irish border to understand the role it see sunshine, possibly up to the that applies to others. can i ask at plays in people's lives. eastern parts of england. the st patrick's day parade temperatures are higher. higher
in newry, a small town high teens in temperatures. more of translation: an act in northern ireland on the border of terror is an attack still on wednesday and thursday, but with the south, with people used us are feeling the influence of high this principle applies in other on our civilisation, still on wednesday and thursday, but on our tolerant and open society. still with a good deal of clouds, to crossing it all the time. pressure. still the chance of rain contexts as well? so, for instance, if this was indeed an act mainly dry, a few sunny spells. a hard border would disrupt of terror there can the current ease of daily the house voted a few weeks ago on life and people's jobs. in the north west of scotland is. only be one answer and the answer it wasn't always like this. turning windy later in the week, so what became known as the is the rule of law. the memory of the violent past we keep an eye on that. turning is still fresh in the minds of many. cooler by the weekend. and the police have now issued cooper—abodes amendments. to overtime standing order 1a at one, this picture with some they fear customs checks uncompromising advice. could become a target, do not approach this man. needing police and then military protection, escalating to the dark days of the past. to essentially take control of the order paperfor a to essentially take control of the order paper for a day. he has been named as i cross the border, yeah, to essentially take control of the order paperfor a day. that was 37—year—old gokmen tanis, a the company i work for, rejected. last week, the house then turkish national who the security services we would have a lot of staff cross voted against what became the benn clearly think is behind the attacks. the border as well. so there's that uncertainty, is brexit going to impact that as well? translation: in utrecht there was the shooting at several it will be very difficult, amendments, which i would argue was locations this morning. especially for younger people, what we do know is that one of the perpetrators for the last 30 years they've had substantially similar to the is on the run. the freedom of walking original amendments, to take control as you know we cannot rule out of the order paper and override the backwards and forwards. a terrorist incident. and we could start to have standing order. your on that utrecht‘s residents have been told checkpoints on the border. to stay inside until further notice i mean up there, a mile up the road, hello, you're watching afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. occasionjudged it was permissible but there has been intensive police you had the army permanently there. today at 3. to ask that question because it was not exactly the same as the first activity, including sniffer three people have died to be stopped by men holding guns one. but could i offer you the dogs at a block of flats and nine others are injured, thought that if there was to be a on truman avenue, not and opening a window and explaining after a gunman opened fire third variant on that, if it were to far from the tram stop. on a tram in utrecht, in what police believe what you're doing and them looking was a terror attack. be substantially the same, then to meanwhile security and other cities
dutch police are searching into your boot, and you trying be substantially the same, then to to understand what's going on, for a 37—year—old turkish—born man, be consistent, sir, you would have such as amsterdam has been beefed it's not something that and have warned people not to rule that out too? i'm always i want my daughter and son up, particularly at official to approach him. to be brought into. new zealand's prime minister so people need to work together says she'll announce grateful to the right honourable buildings and transport hubs. to make that not happen. new gun laws within days, following the attacks on two mosques gentleman, i have often reminded the if there's going to be customs, house and i say to the benefit of the netherlands has managed to stay it could probably be back in which 50 people died. to the soldiers and that standing those attending the proceedings, insulated from the kind of attacks again, checking your cars, that i came to know the right checking you every time you leave. within ten days of this horrific act britain and france have endured of terrorism we will have so you're going to be constantly be worrying honourable gentleman in september in the last few years so today's about soldiers all the time. announced reforms which will, shooting will feel like 1983 when ion kindly and wrongly so you're not really going to... i believe, make our community safer. people from england don't understand suggested that he was intellectually an end to that innocence. police confirm three teenagers died really what it's like to live here. in a reported crush outside a st patrick's day party at a hotel knee—high to a grasshopper. that was you need to look at a map very unfairof me to even realise that this in county tyrone last night. knee—high to a grasshopper. that was very unfair of me and, to the great is an international border credit of the right honourable between northern ireland a girl of 17, and two and the republic in the south. coming up on afternoon live gentleman, he didn't appear to bear boys aged 16 and 17, if brexit happens, it will be part any grudge, and we're got on pretty have died after an apparent crush all the sport — john... at a st patrick's day of the only land border well any grudge, and we're got on pretty we ll over any grudge, and we're got on pretty party in county tyrone. between the uk and the eu. we will be reflecting on rory well over the ensuing 35 years. i police believe it happened at the front door of the greenvale hotel in cookstown, always listen to his advice. the at present, apart from a few signs where the event was taking place. michael roy's success in revealing our ireland correspondent, about where to change your money, answer is, everything depends upon emma vardy reports. last night confusion and disbelief there's very little evidence of any who is stepping in to save team sky. border at all. context and circumstance. of course it is completely open thanksjohn, and we'll bejoining over how a group of young people you for a full update it does, manifestly and just after half—past. and free—flowing. nick has all the weather. trying to enter a disco across to the east coast incontrovertibly it does. it isn't a ended in disaster. fishing town of kilkeel, terrible, just chaos. after the stormy weather of late i question of abstract principle or many fishermen voted for brexit bring news of a quieter condition to wallowing, as edmund burke would but now there's frustration. the deal that theresa may say, in the realms of metaphysical young ones hysterical, come and temperatures edging up, is proposing at the present the whole night, ijust cannot
minute in time is that, i've got the full forecast for you a extraction, but attending to believe what has happened. bit later on. circumstance. and i would look at like a half brexit, the way i understand it. thanks nick. that with the important also coming up — meet ‘messenger‘, considerations and principle of the largest bronze—cast sculpture which he's reminded me in the in the uk has made its way into plymouth for the first time just after 9:30pm emergency services so that the southern, forefront of my mind in making a were called to reports the eu government can dictate and will be installed outside of casualties outside the hotel. the law and we will not have a say judgment. he's absolutely entitled it was soon declared to raise that point, and i would in it, as such, it will be proxy a major incident. the city's theatre royal. government, or a proxy state if that indeed have to wait very carefully one of the teenagers would be the right word. whether a proposition was in fact died at the scene, two trying to avoid a hard border, died later in hospital. the same or substantially the same, the other way that europe can absolutely stunned and shocked. protect its single market is to put or whether it could credibly more checks between northern ireland contended that it was different. the and the rest of the uk — hello everyone — this there we have people out enjoying effectively across the irish sea. is afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. house of commons speakerjohn bercow themselves on st patrick's night ruling out another vote on theresa and it ends up in tragedy. the complexities of avoiding a gunman has killed three people the hotel had been hosting a party all these choices is partly what has and injured several others may's brexit withdrawal agreement of made brexit so difficult. in an attack on a tram in the dutch to celebrate st patrick's day. city of utrecht. the motion or substantially the same police believe a crowd outside police said it appeared to be as next time. where does that leave had been pushing to get a terrorist incident. in but are still trying to work out us? will michael be back in the few the country's head of exactly what happened. counter—terrorism said there had preliminary investigations show been shooting at several locations, moments. that was a crush towards the front just wanted to take youtube and the attacker was still at large door of this hotel and in the crush with a manhunt under way. macritchie for the latest, we are police have issued a cctv image people seem to have fallen. of the man they're looking for — not as strong as it has been, but getting these images coming in, of he's a 37—year—old turkish—born man charm on board, at least one person still some rain across the western we are examining now to see called gokmen tanis. if the people who have fallen the've told the public side of the uk. sunny spells to the are those who are deceased. was killed and three people have not to approach him. there was a little struggling died asa security has been stepped up east, a few showers, the best of the going on to get people up off was killed and three people have died as a result of the shooting of at airports in the area, with schools and mosques also told sunshine in the north of scotland the ground and that might explain this charm in utrecht. others have also why there are
to shut their doors, and most of us around 10 degrees. as the terror threat was raised reports of fighting. been injured in the incident which to the highest level. into tonight, a good deal of cloud this is what the police officers think there were a few still around, still patchy rain and hundred people waiting outside appeared to be a terrorist attack had to say earlier: the party when the incident happened and they have tweeted in the last drizzle around, but clear spells and they are relying on eyewitness accounts to try to establish why couple of moments suggesting it was too. some frost patches, translation: this morning in utrecht there have been shootings temperatures at the lowest in some teenagers ended up on the floor a carjacking just before the attack at several locations. eastern scotland and england, some and are looking at cctv took place. he read renault clio was first and foremost, our thoughts places ending up close to freezing. are with the victims. from outside the hotel. at this moment a lot carjacked and took place. he read renault clio was generally, around five celsius. a ca rjacked and later found is still unclear and the local lot of cloud again tomorrow, burst took place. he read renault clio was authorities are working to establish there is a deep sense of shock carjacked and later found and is took place. he read renault clio was carjacked and laterfound and is now undergoing forensic examination. and loss in the community all the facts. running through north of scotland at here and our first thoughts what we do know is that and prayers are with police are beginning to build up times, a stronger wind than today. the perpetrator is on the run the families of those some sort of picture leading up to and that means under the command elsewhere, cloudy, drizzly in some who lost their children last night. the events of this terrorist attack, of the local authorities, the police three young people have spots, probably the best of the lost their lives so tragically including the image of a 37—year—old and other agencies' priority and i can't even fathom as a parent clear sports in england's. how those families are temperatures going higher on turkish man named as gokmen tanis. is finding that perpetrator. feeling this morning. wednesday and thursday, was a good youth centres have opened police have warned people not to deal climbs around, mainly dry, some 00:28:41,568 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 sunny spells. their doors to offer teenagers approach him and urged people to dutch prime minister mark rutte gave this update at a news counselling and there are calls stay indoors and not to go to the conference a short time ago. to look at what lessons can be nearby channel island, and to report learned from this tragedy. any suspicious situation to the translation: what is clear now police. that is the image they have is there were shots fired time for a look at the weather. released, appearing to show him on here's nick miller. board a tram but we will bring you on passengers on a tram in utrecht. more on that, that manhunt still there are injuries and possibly fatalities. under in utrecht. a terrorist motive cannot be ruled out. initial reports give rise to
a lot of places in the north are time for a look at the weather... a mixture of disbelief and horror. still trying to get rid of terrible violence has hit innocent people, it is not windy, it is flooding. flooding? yes, and some river levels our thoughts are with them and the are on the way up, winter has been relatives whose lives today have dry but it is spring things have yes, there has been flooding across england and wales. it has been very been turned on their heads. turned wet and we are seeing heavy rain with some flood warnings across wet and the warm spell in february an act of terror is in attack parts of england and wales. this is seems like a distant memory but a on our civilisation, your work, some of the worst on our tolerant and open society. lot of winter has been dry. some of flooding since 2015. it is good to this rain, longer term going from if this was indeed an act of terror there can only be one get some rain when it has been so spring to summer, is quite useful answer and the answer but with a view from york. there are is the rule of law. dry but when it comes so quickly we our democracy is stronger than fanaticism and violence. get problems. this is from we will never give in problems caused by this, my home to intolerance, never. lancashire which has overflowed its our security correspondent, city of york, rivers are up, that is banks. a lot of people are mopping gordon corera, is here. up banks. a lot of people are mopping up after this. seems like there what we say, the river is clearly up. you have to live there, simon. we are in a dangerous time. they seem to know who they are looking across northern england into wales, for, he has killed three people this is north wales in conwy, the already it is on the run, what do we this is the gushing river in lancashire over the weekend. you can know about him? it is urgent manhunt river conwy. there has been plenty of rain and i want to give you a see the force behind that water and and this is a dangerous moment as statistic. this is a wet part of the the car driving through that. i can the police try to track him down and ta ke the car driving through that. i can who knows what state he is in and
take you to north wales in conwy how he is armed at this point, he country, snowdonia, but to put that seems to have taken a car. we know where the river conwy has been in context, a village in snowdonia, causing some problems with rainfall. little about him, a source in utrecht said he may have travelled a50 millimetres sieve out this month as of this morning. it is a wet a statistic from snowdonia, a small abroad and have connections to isis, village, a50 millimetres so far this in connection with those it is not location but the next statistic stands out. the average for the confirmed but some of what we are month with maybe a bit of snow but hearing from people within that whole of march is 2aa so we are predominantly rain. the average for community, all of that will add to almost double that so a huge amount the whole of march is 2aa. i am not the concerned this is a potentially of rain. dangerous individual as he is shown and scotland had snow and people the whole of march is 2aa. i am not the best mathematician. we have had by killing at least three people have been dealing with terrible this morning. it is about the timing weather? a bit more so far today as well in attacks like this and one cannot it has been everything, snow, wind, which is why we are getting these fail to think about the tragedy in rain, even hail. problems, a lot of rain in a new zealand dates before and whether reasonably short space of time. it this is some sort of response to will cause problem with high river i know. but, there is a change that. yes, it is just coming? there is a change coming. a bit of flows. is there any respite and a chance it this is some sort of response to that. yes, it isjust speculation because we are not inside his head will warm upa is there any respite and a chance it and we have not seen any statement will warm up a bit? rain outside today but it is easing yes, the rain is going to be easing issued from him but it is true after off and it is going to turn drier and a more subtle spell of weather attacks there are concerns about and warmer. this is thejet is on the way. the jet stream has copycat attacks and responses from off and it is going to turn drier and warmer. this is the jet streams been into the uk bringing areas of coming at us with deep areas of low people. that seems to be the aim of pressure and stormy conditions. it low pressure but it is letting to these attackers, to pull communities
the north meaning high pressure is building into the uk and things are is lifting north which means high apartand these attackers, to pull communities pressure is building for much of the apart and incite violence from different sides. we do not know the settling down, so it is going to be case here but they seem to think uk. that is why things are settling drier and the winds are going to be this is terrorism —related, they later and temperatures are edging up have been clear without being down with lighter winds and a little bit as well so it is all temperatures heading up, it is going certain in the press conferences looking a bit quieter as we go which may suggest they know something about this individual to be drier but across parts of through this week. we are not there scotla nd to be drier but across parts of scotland we will see further rain at already. it was quite quick when times and it will be breezy here and yet because across much of the western side of the uk we have rain potentially windy at the end of the that cctv image was released, within falling, not as heavy but it is a couple of hours of the incident. week. this is the afternoon, it has still wet and putting a bit more been a wet day across south—west into rivers where we have flood you suspect if it came off the tram, warnings across parts of england and which it looks like, looking at the scotland, northern ireland and across western parts of england. the wales. further east there is sunny timing, you guess they have gone rain is not as heavy as it has been spells and a couple of showers and through the cctv straightaway and but it is still wet and there is temperatures are close to average still flood warnings in places. for this time of year. overnight then looks at the moments before the shooting and picked out who has done eastern areas have had showers but cloud around and patchy rain, not the shooting and then taken the it is mainly dry for parts of the amounting to two march, there will person to be able to do that. that country. much of the rain will bea is why they are confident about it. amounting to two march, there will be a couple of clear spells and it fizzle out but it will stay a bit will not be as chilly as last night what else will be going on now damp and drizzly in places with a but still close to freezing in the because with every passing hour he cold est could be getting anywhere? there is couple of clear spells developing but still close to freezing in the coldest parts but still close to freezing in the cold est parts of but still close to freezing in the coldest parts of eastern scotland and eastern england. tomorrow, there and a couple of fog patches are not a manhunt for him but the second as chilly as it was last night. no is not as much blue on the maps are pa rt a manhunt for him but the second part is to understand if he had figures close to freezing. lots of not as much rain, there will be a
connections. there is always a question if it is a conspiracy or a little light rain and there is a lot cell and there are others he might cloud to start the day tomorrow and of cloud, some heavier bursts in carry out an attack. we have seen a a little damp and drizzly in places northern scotland with a stronger lot of lone actors recently but that where you get thicker cloud, not wind compared to today. light winds is not always the case. i think amounting to two much except in elsewhere, a little bit of sunshine finding him and connections out the northern scotland. it is a wetter as possible and temperatures are priority. in terms of the wider date tomorrow compared to today and higher. that is a trend that issue, the response to attacks like the winds pick up. the temperatures continues wednesday to thursday, the horror in new zealand, it would warmeraircoming ourway are higherfor all of the winds pick up. the temperatures are higher for all of us just be in holland they will keep an the winds pick up. the temperatures are higherfor all of us compared to continues wednesday to thursday, warmer air coming our way and before today and that is a trend into you get too carried away, it will eye on things, it is everywhere wednesday and thursday, an area of not be wall to wall sunshine, there presumably? yes, it is interesting will be a lot of cloud around. that talent in the counterterrorism milder air. there will be a lot of chance of a of spots of rain but report a couple of months ago says they were pitched at four even cloud around so limited opportunity most will be dry, more settled than we have been with a couple of sunny without a major attack because they for seeing some sunny spells here had seen plots and they were worried spells coming through and if you are and there and while most will be dry about isis and the far right. a lot lucky enough to see sunshine, there will be rain towards of countries are now going to be north—west scotland later in the temperatures will go up to mate, day. temperatures are made to high thinking about immediate threats even high teens. this is going into they have to deal with. we have got teens but it is dependent on how thursday, high pressure coming in much sunshine we see. if you do get they have to deal with. we have got theissues they have to deal with. we have got the issues of returnees and the but in scotland you are close to related question of via right prolonged sunny spells it will feel weather france, there will be a warm compared to what we have had. little bit of rain and fairly strong extremist violence against muslim communities and others. a lot of high pressure covering much of the winds. that rain will pick up by
security services in europe will be uk, weather fans across scotland friday and it will turn cooler into giving rain at times greater in the the weekend. there is a lot of cloud thinking about this, m15 had picked week and breezy to windy but it does up thinking about this, m15 had picked up this issue of looking at extreme look as if into next weekend right—wing violence and looking at but some sunny spells occasionally. temperatures are going to come down it as well as the work it is done in isis and what it calls international a little bit. for now we are on the something quieterfor the next couple of days. terrorism. up a little bit. for now we are on the up and it is drier with things anna holligan is in utrecht. looking more settled. as we were just discussing this is a very tense and nervous time because they have still not found him. exactly, the manhunt is under way and the helicopters are circling overhead. people in utrecht are being asked to stay inside while they conduct this manhunt. police are still here at the scene and you can see behind me this is the tram where the shooting took place, at around 10:a5am. the scene has been cordoned off and the manhunt is under way for a 37—year—old man who
has been identified as the prime suspect in this, a turkish boy a man called gokmen tanis. we are hearing reports he has some history with the police but none has appeared to be terror —related so it is not yet known whether he was on a terror watch list. peter pollan is up next to the tram behind us. the —— the tarpaulin. three people have been confirmed killed and others injured. the terror threat has been raised to five meaning critical and and attached is imminent. people travelling to the netherlands has been won't to show —— might warrant to show extra vigilance. the prime minister described the attack as
abhorrent. people had been warned not to approach the man on the run, a 37—year—old man called gokmen tanis, at the moment the only suspect involved in this shooting here in utrecht, the dutch city in the heart of the netherlands. some suggestion from the mayo there were some sort of carjacking in the moments around this attack, do we know anything about that? there have been reports that a red car was somehow involved. we have to pull away, the wind has taken its total on communications with anna but we will return to utrecht in a little later. the latest we have is three dead, nine injured and a manhunt under way.
the prime minister of new zealand jacinda ardern has said she will announce tighter gun laws within days, after her cabinet agreed to new restrictions following the shootings in mosques in christchurch, in which 50 people died. police say the attacker used military—style assault weapons modified to make them more deadly, something which is legal under current laws. australian brenton tarra nt, who describes himself as a white supremacist, has been charged with murder. our correspondent richard lister reports. christchurch has been overwhelmed by this tragedy, but amid the grief and the incomprehension there is also an outpouring of compassion. among those reflecting on last week's horror, some of the first responders who had to deal with the aftermath. none were prepared for what they found. there was a river of blood coming out from the mosque. we ended up having to... lift the... lift the bodies over the top of other bodies.
these are some of the dead men, women and children. the youngest, mucad ibrahim, was three years old. new zealand's prime minister was among thousands signing books of condolence and she said she will announce new gun controls within days. the clear lesson from history around the world is that to make our community safer the time to act is now. i strongly believe that the vast majority of gun owners will agree with the sentiment that change needs to occur. under new zealand's gun laws, police check the criminal and medical history of those who want a gun licence. but the most recent figures shows almost everyone who applies gets one, giving them access to unlimited numbers of guns. some of the five weapons used in the attack were bought from this chain. it's owner says he wouldn't change his sales practices unless he has to. and the law shouldn't be changed because of one gunman.
if we allow him to make changes in our ideology, in our behaviour, he's won. a teenager has been charged with circulating video of the attack, but police say there was only one gunman and the key suspect is in custody. on the streets of christchurch a show of defiance against rightwing hate as these teenagers performed a traditional haka. their response to the worst terror attack in new zealand's history. a mother who drowned her three—year—old daughter in the bath has been sentenced to life imprisonment 36—year—old claire colebourn killed her daughter bethan at their family home in fordingbridge in hampshire. she told the trial she hadn't wanted the child to be anywhere near her father, following the break up of her marriage.
the president of mozambique says he fears up to a thousand people may have been killed when a cyclone hit the country. the cyclone made landfall almost directly over the city of beira. a team from the international federation of red cross and red crescent societies said that ninety per cent of the city was destroyed. a girl of 17, and two boys aged 16 and 17, have died after an apparent crush at a st patrick's day party in county tyrone. police believe it happened at the front door of the greenvale hotel in cookstown, where the event was taking place. our ireland correspondent, emma vardy reports. last night confusion and disbelief over how a group of young people trying to enter a disco ended in disaster. terrible, just chaos. young ones hysterical, the whole night, ijust cannot believe what has happened. just after 9:30pm emergency services
were called to reports of casualties outside the hotel. it was soon declared a major incident. one of the teenagers died at the scene, two died later in hospital. absolutely stunned and shocked. there we have people out enjoying themselves on st patrick's night and it ends up in tragedy. the hotel had been hosting a party to celebrate st patrick's day. police believe a crowd outside had been pushing to get in but are still trying to work out exactly what happened. preliminary investigations show that was a crush towards the front door of this hotel and in the crush people seem to have fallen. we are examining now to see if the people who have fallen are those who are deceased. there was a little struggling going on to get people up off the ground and that might explain also why there are reports of fighting. officers think there were a few hundred people waiting outside
the party when the incident happened and they are relying on eyewitness accounts to try to establish why some teenagers ended up on the floor and are looking at cctv from outside the hotel. there is a deep sense of shock and loss in the community here and our first thoughts and prayers are with the families of those who lost their children last night. three young people have lost their lives so tragically and i cannot even fathom as a parent how those families are feeling this morning. youth centres have opened their doors to offer teenagers counselling and there are calls to look at what lessons can be learned from this tragedy. you're watching afternoon live, these are our headlines. dutch police release an image of 37—year—old gokmen tanis who is wanted in connection with a shooting on a tram in utrecht, in which 3 people were killed and 9 were injured. new zealand's prime minister says her government will move quickly to toughen the country's gun laws following the deadly attack on mosques in christchurch.
police confirm three teenagers died in a reported crush outside a st patrick's day party last night, at a hotel in county tyrone. britain's richest man, sirjim ratcliffe is set to become the new principal backer of tea m to become the new principal backer of team sky. he is set to step in. rory mark wright believes success is still to come, he is said to add to it in the majors next win. and the england's major asset to make a 2—0 lead against sri lanka. more to come at half past.
theresa may is continuing her attempts to persuade mps from the democratic unionist party, and dozens of her own colleagues, to support her brexit deal this week. but she has to overturn a huge majority opposed to her withdrawal agreement. borisjohnson, a leading leave campaigner, has said it would be "absurd" to hold a third vote on the deal before further talks with eu leaders. our political editor has been tweeting and she has been saying this: let's speak to our chief political correspondent vicki young. i cannot help you out because we do not know what he is going to say. under rules you cannot keep bringing out the same thing time after time. you have to make changes so it could bea you have to make changes so it could be a ruling about that, we do not know whether to may intends to bring back that meaningful vote this week over she will go to the eu summit asking for a lengthy extension delay to brexit and come back next week. i
am going by the labour mp hilary benn who chairs the brexit select committee. do you think it is possible we do not get a meaningful vote this week and you will be asked to vote on it again a few days before the brexit‘s debate? to vote on it again a few days before the brexit's debate7m to vote on it again a few days before the brexit's debate? it is possible but the truth is nobody knows. i suppose the government are trying to work out if the numbers will be different if they brought it back this week, it does not feel like it. some people have shifted, the dup are playing their cards close to their chest but this seems to bea close to their chest but this seems to be a group of irreconcilable backbenchers who say they will not vote with the deal ever. we will just have to wait and see. that issue of no deal, there are some brexiteers who believe no deal is possible and it is still an option, tell me why they are wrong? they are wrong because the house of commons has voted clearly to take no deal on the 29th of march of the table
because the prime minister has given a commitment from the dispatch box that once she has secured an extension which is now going to brussels to do, presumably having written a letter, following parliament pass decision last thursday, when the extension is agreed she will bring forward the legislation which will change exit day in our current law, which says 11 o'clock on the 29th of march she will change it to whatever date has been agreed with the european union at the european council at the end of this week. and you are confident that will go through parliament? yes, because parliament had voted clearly to reject leaving without a deal in any circumstances. that was the importance of the vote on wednesday last week. the government recognises there must be an extension and if there is an extension and if there is an extension you have got to change the exit date and you move into however long that extension is, which will be with the discussion of the
european council when the meat. we do not know what the house of commons is in favour of, if anything at all. your attempt to try and get that sorted was defeated last week, is that it for you? no, that isn't it. because although my experiment was defeated by two votes at the government did commit in the debate to bring a motion, which they have to bring a motion, which they have to do under the law, by monday the 27th of march which is a response to the prime minister's deal having been defeated a second time which we can amend. that is an opportunity to put proposals to the house about how we decide. i said this in my speech in thursday, what are we in favour of? let us give the house the opportunity to choose between a range of options, different with the european union, following a customs union or a deal like norway, or the option of a second referendum. union or a deal like norway, or the option of a second referendumm union or a deal like norway, or the option of a second referendum. if we get a lengthy extension, how do you think that will be used and what would you like to see happen in
those months granted by the eu? either parliament finds another kind of deal it is prepared to back but for that to happen you do notjust need parliament to vote on a series of propositions, you need a government that is willing to say they will shift if there is a majority. in two and a half years the prime minister has showed an inability and unwillingness to move an inch from her deal, she keeps saying it is the best deal and she will not debate anything else, so thatis will not debate anything else, so that is not going to work. if parliament remains deadlocked the only other way i can see out of this is to go back to the british people and ask them to make the final decision and that is the attraction of the proposal that phil wilson and peter carroll had put forward. once the vote happens but is it, there is no further chance for parliament, thatis no further chance for parliament, that is what will be implemented. either the deal the prime minister has negotiated, but as a live option, or deciding to remain. thank
you, so much uncertainty about what might happen this week in order for a meaningful vote to happen tomorrow, the government has to play a motion by ten o'clock tonight so we will at least know by ten o'clock there will be another vote tomorrow. we might have a clear idea at half past three but you are not quite sure, and you are not going to comment any further clearly cut. thank you very much. one of the most contentious issue in the brexit negotiations has been how to maintain an open border on the island of ireland. this month, geeta guru—murthy is on the road, finding out how brexit affects different parts of the uk. she's been to the irish border to understand the role it plays in people's lives. the st patrick's day parade in newry, a city in northern ireland on the border with the south, with people used to crossing it all the time. a hard border would disrupt the current ease of daily life and people's jobs. it wasn't always like this. the memory of the violent past is still fresh in the minds of many.
they fear customs checks could become a target, needing police and then military protection, escalating to the dark days of the past. i cross the border, yeah, the company i work for, we would have a lot of staff cross the border as well. so there's that uncertainty, is brexit going to impact that as well? it will be very difficult, especially for younger people, for the last 30 years they've had the freedom of walking backwards and forwards. and we could start to have checkpoints on the border. i mean up there, a mile up the road, you had the army permanently there. to be stopped by men holding guns and opening a window and explaining what you're doing and them looking into your boot, and you trying to understand what's going on, it's not something that i want my daughter and son to be brought into. so people need to work together to make that not happen. if there's going to be customs, it could probably be back to the soldiers and that standing again, checking your cars, checking you every time you leave.
so you're going to be constantly be worrying about soldiers all the time. so you're not really going to... people from england don't understand really what it's like to live here. you need to look at a map to even realise that this is an international border between northern ireland and the republic in the south. if brexit happens, it will be part of the only land border between the uk and the eu. at present, apart from a few signs about where to change your money, there's very little evidence of any border at all. it is completely open and free—flowing. across to the east coast fishing town of kilkeel, many fishermen voted for brexit but now there's frustration. the deal that theresa may is proposing at the present minute in time is that, like a half brexit, the way i understand it. so that the southern, the eu government can dictate the law and we will not have a say in it, as such, it will be proxy government, or a proxy state if that
would be the right word. trying to avoid a hard border, the other way that europe can protect its single market is to put more checks between northern ireland and the rest of the uk — effectively across the irish sea. the complexities of avoiding all these choices is partly what has made brexit so difficult. the family of a man stabbed to death on a train in surrey, has told the bbc the recent rise in knife crime is a national crisis . lee pomeroy died injanuary, after being stabbed repeatedly, during a journey from guildford to london. his sisters are calling for much longer jail sentences for people caught carrying or using knives. they've been talking to our correspondent, nikki mitchell. lee pomeroy had got on a train at guildford's london road station. within minutes of boarding, he had been stabbed nine times by another passenger. he died on the train at horsley station. it was the day before his 52nd birthday.
we are absolutely heartbroken. our family has been destroyed by this. changed forever. loving father, loving husband, loving son and loving brother. really cared about people, and very generous. and speaking on behalf of lee's wife, lana, she is now traumatised because her husband went off on a train one day and didn't come back. if this can happen to a 51—year—old man just going about his business on a train in the middle of the day, this terrifies me. because if it can happen to him, it can happen to anybody. we don't want that for one more person. and it is a crisis, a national crisis at the moment. so enough is enough. in court last month, darren pencil pleaded not guilty to the murder of lee pomeroy, and not guilty of possessing an offensive weapon. he is due to stand trial injune
along with chelsea mitchell, who has denied a charge of assisting an offender. so how old was lee in that one? must have been about three. in memory of lee, the family is backing long prison sentences for people convicted of knife crime. so many people have signed it, it is due to be debated in parliament next monday. we will be back in the house of commons shortly to look at that statement, not sure what it is yet. now it's time for a look at the weather with nick miller. drier weather this week, not as stormy as it has been. there are some sunny spells to the east with a couple of showers, burst of sunshine for north—east scotland and into the northern isles. into tonight we keep a good deal of cloud around, still
patchy rain and drizzle with clearer spouse. one or two fog patches, temperatures at their lowest and some places will end up close to freezing but elsewhere, generally around four to seven celsius. some rain in northern scotland and the northern isles with a stronger wind compared to today. elsewhere, a bit damp and drizzly but with sunny spots. temperatures are higher, go higher on wednesday and thursday but still with a good deal of cloud around, mainly dry with a couple of sunny spells.