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hello this is bbc newsroom live you re watching bbc newsroom live — hello this is bbc newsroom live theresa may is under strong pressure with joanna gosling. these are today s main with joanna gosling. from eu ministers for clarity ahead the headlines: stories at midday. the headlines: of a summit on thursday. the government says it the government considers its next will try to get theresa may's brexit please deliver, dearfriends you re watching bbc newsroom live — move after the speaker blocks deal through the commons, plans for the commons to vote in london, please deliver. it's11am and these are the main despite speakerjohn bercow blocking for a third time on the prime the government considers its next the clock is ticking. stories this morning. plans for the commons to vote minister's brexit deal. move after the speaker blocks plans for the commons to vote for a third a third time on her brexit deal. time on the prime minister‘s brexit lots of people are annoyed the speaker himself has said that with time running out, theresa may considers her next precedent shouldn't be a constraint, we‘ll be looking at the options now move, after the speaker blocks plans with this decision. otherwise nothing would deal. the speaker himself has said that open to the government. for the commons to vote for a third what would you reply to that? ever change, and yet also this lunchtime: the ruling yesterday precedent shouldn't be a constraint, the united nations says the storm time on her brexit deal. are you trying to delay brexit? is based on a precedent from 1604. otherwise nothing would ever change, and yet that‘s ravaged parts of southern lots of people are annoyed the ruling yesterday is based africa is possibly the worst with this decision. on a precedent from 1604. what would you reply to that? the speaker himself has said that weather—related disaster ever to hit please deliver, dearfriends the southern hemisphere. are you trying to delay brexit? precedent shouldn't be a constraint, in london, please deliver, the clock is ticking. otherwise nothing would ever change, and yet the ruling yesterday the speaker himself has said that please deliver. is based on a precedent from 1604. dear friends in london, please deliver. aid workers say they‘re struggling precedent shouldn't be a constraint, the clock is ticking. to get supplies to thousands the situation here in mozambique is otherwise nothing would ever change, aid workers say they're struggling of people in mozambique catastrophic. the losses are and yet the ruling yesterday aid agencies working in mozambique to get supplies to thousands is based on a precedent from 1604. say they urgently need more air of people in mozambique because of rising floodwaters. support as they try to reach tremendous. because of rising floodwaters prosecutors in the netherlands say thousands of people a muslim prayer as new zealand‘s rescue teams in mozambique a letterfound in the utrecht prime minister vows never to speak are trying to reach thousands stranded by cyclone idai. of people stranded by prosecutors in the netherlands say shooting suspect‘s getaway car a letterfound in the utrecht suggests terrorism was a motive. rising flood waters. new zealand's prime minister shooting suspect‘s getaway car condemns the christchurch mosque suggests terrorism was a motive. new zealand‘s prime minister new zealand's prime minister gunman as a terrorist, condemns the christchurch mosque condemns the christchurch mosque criminal and extremist and vows new zealand's prime minister gunman as a terrorist, condemns the christchurch mosque never to speak his name. gunman as a terrorist, criminal and extremist and vows gunman as a terrorist, criminal and extremist and vows never to speak his name. criminal and extremist, and vows never to speak his name. never to speak his name. he sought many things he sought many things he sought many things from his act of terror, from his act of terror, from his act of terror,
but one was notoriety. but one was notoriety. but one was notoriety. he sought many things from his act of terror, and that is why you will never and that is why you will never and that is why you will never but one was notoriety. hear me mention his name. hear me mention his name. hear me mention his name. as bereaved parents prepare to march and that is why you will never as bereaved parents prepare to march to demand action on violent crime, and the uk employment rate to demand action on violent crime, hear me mention his name. we hearfrom one teenager we hearfrom one teenager stands at its highest in coventry about why and the uk employment rate he carries a weapon. in coventry about why stands at its highest he carries a weapon. since records began in 1971. since records began in 1971. i've got a bigger weapon now because i feel more safe with it. but i don't want to carry it, i'm just scared. i've got a bigger weapon now because the uk has pledged up to £6 million i know it's bigger than a knife, in aid to help rescue efforts i feel i've got a bigger weapon now because ifeel more i've got a bigger weapon now because i feel more safe with it but i do in several african countries not want to carry it because i'm so if someone backed out a knife after cyclone idai. at me, i can back at this. more than 1000 people are feared scared. if somebody backs out a and a water shortage warning — good morning. dead in mozambique alone. welcome to bbc newsroom live. the head of the enviroment agency i'm joanna gosling. knife at me, i can back out this. says within 25 years companies in england won't be theresa may has been meeting able to meet demand. with her cabinet at downing street, sorry, i need to sneeze. a water shortage warning , a un aid worker has told to consider the government's next the head of the enviroment agency steps on brexit after her plans the bbc that every building were thrown into doubt yesterday in the mozambican city of beira — which has a population says within 25 years, by the house of commons speaker, of 500,000 — has been companies in england won't be john bercow. able to meet demand. sport now, here's hugh ferris. mrs may had been considering putting damaged by the cyclone. forward her withdrawal agreement — and many more people are in need of food, good morning. which has already been rejected shelter and medical supplies chelsea's callum hudson odoi has across large parts of good morning. malawi and zimbabwe. welcome to bbc newsroom live. admitted he didn't believe it when he was called up to the england twice — for a third vote by mps. senior squad for the first time. theresa may is meeting her cabinet deizi sitoi is emergency the 18—year—old was but in a ruling that took response manager for at downing street, to consider with the under 21s — the government by surprise, the charity save the children. who he hasn't played mr bercow said that couldn‘t happen she spoke about the situation
for yet either — without ‘substantial the government's next steps when he was promoted changes‘ being made. on brexit after her plans for the european qualifiers against in the affected areas. were thrown into doubt yesterday the government is expected to ask by the house of commons speaker, czech republic and montenegro. for a delay to brexit and he has a chance of representing when theresa may meets eu leaders john bercow. his country before he's made a premier league start for his club. in brussels on thursday. all 27 leaders need to agree one of the imminent risks could be mrs may had been considering putting and are yet to discuss the outbreak of diseases, forward her withdrawal agreement, their preference for any timescale. because there is no water in beira, which has already been rejected the services are down, some of them. twice, for a third vote by mps. the uk is still due to leave but in a ruling which took i thought the manager was joking, the government by surprise, the eu in ten days‘ time, the health infrastructure, mr bercow said that couldn't happen i thought the manager wasjoking, i thought he wasn't telling the truth, without ‘substantial on the 29th march — changes‘ being made. i was shocked. and then when i heard the government is expected to ask that‘s set in law. some of it has been destroyed. i had to go over, i couldn't believe for a delay to brexit there are two ways the uk can leave it. it is a dream come true for a when theresa may meets eu leaders — with or without a deal. some of the medicines that were man to get the call—up for a eu europe ministers meet this in brussels on thursday. national team. everybody here is morning too, and article 50 stored there are also destroyed. will be on the agenda. humble and nice, they all make sure people don‘t have a place to stay all 27 leaders need to agree in a moment we‘ll go and are yet to discuss you are comfortable, no one has an to brussels and speak their preference for any timescale. to our correspondent there, because some of their homes adam fleming, to hear the latest the uk is still due to leave ego here. so hopefully i get to know were also destroyed. reaction from the european union, the eu in ten days‘ time, more of the boys here, so it should but first let‘s speak bea more of the boys here, so it should to our assistant political editor most of them in the be a good time. accommodation centres. on the 29th march — so there is a risk for disease that's set in law. a record nine countries have norman smith in westminster. bid to host the women's world cup in 2023... in the accommodation centres. there are two ways the uk can leave is it clear what the prime — with or without a deal. with a joint offer from north eu europe ministers meet this and south korea among them. minister‘s strategy will be? although they are receiving some morning too, and article 50 the usa will defend is it clear what the prime will be on the agenda. the title in this year's minister's strategy will be?|j is it clear what the prime minister's strategy will be? i think it is becoming clearer and there competition in france. in a moment we'll go but the next tournament to brussels and speak won't be back in europe. seems no appetite for going through aid in terms of food. to our correspondent there, the other bids come from argentina, adam fleming, to hear the latest australia, bolivia, brazil, constitutional hoops that you could reaction from the european union, colombia, japan, new zealand go through to try to get around the and south africa all but first let's speak offering to host.
to our assistant political editor a decision will be made by fifa next march. ruling, such as dissolving norman smith in westminster. warren gatland says his grand slam still not enough, because there are winning wales side can go parliament and opening a new on to lift the world cup so still not enough, because there are so many people in these we have had so many moments where it session. the brexit secretary saying accommodation centres. as for the if they keep playing the way this morning we really do not want they have for the last year. has felt it is going to be a crunch information we are receiving, it a public reception was held to involve her majesty in brexit. at the senedd in cardiff bay seems 90% of the town is destroyed, and theresa may has somehow, houdini following their record 14th win they have parked those ideas and in a row over ireland. —like has found her way around it. instead seem to be moving to what i and this includes roads as well. and gatland isn't playing down what are the possibilities for her expectations ahead of the tournament later this year in japan. would call root one, which isjust getting access to a beira is now? there has been no white smoke the new owner and name for team sky are expected carry on as is, in other words to above downing street this morning to be confirmed today, extremely difficult now, very with britain's richest man come back with mrs may‘s vote next but i think we have a sense of what sirjim ratcliffe expected to step challenging, because the roads, some the response of number 10 will be in to secure its future. week and have another crack, but of the sections of the main roads and it is not to try to go through a the british team lead probably bolt on to her deals some by sir dave brailsford has won are cut. the only way that you can the tour de france six times sort of agreement with the eu that complicated constitutional procedure since it was formed nine years ago. reach beira now is by flying or by sky sponsored them from the start, would sketch out a new timeline for such as having a new parliament and but will withdraw its backing from the end of this season. brexit, a new process for delayed to boat. coming back with another meaningful vote. they do not seem to be talking it's expected the team brexit, a new process for delayed to brexit, in the hope that the speaker new zealand‘s prime minister, will be renamed team ineos jacinda ardern, has condemned the gunman who killed 50 people about trying to change standing after the petrochemical company that would give it a green light on the as a terrorist, ratcliffe owns. orders. what seems to be the criminal and extremist. instinct of number 10 is to get some basis that it was a substantially addressing parliament, she said she would never dame kelly holmes, paula radcliffe utter his name in public. during a special session changes agreed with the eu about the and sharron davies are writing to new and different deal. all of which of parliament, she also called the international olympic committee delay to brexit, the length of time said, be in no doubt of the real on social media platforms to do more to ask for more research to prevent the sharing of videos on the benefits of being that might be involved and staple anger in government circles atjohn like the recorded live—stream that might be involved and staple that on to the existing deal, bring a transgender athlete. of the christchurch gunman. they're worried about sport being "manipulated", bercow‘s decision, with privately there is no question that ideas it back next week and in effect some around theresa may in effect questioning whether it's "fair and language of division and hate for a biological man
saved to speakerjohn bercow, we to compete alongside women". accusing john bercow of being in have existed for decades, cahoots with those who want to have a new deal so will you grant us competing athletes who've transitioned have to keep remain to try to thwart exit. as for but their form of distribution, the a meaningful vote three, in the hope their testosterone levels below a certain level for at least a year, tools of organisation, they are new. but radcliffe says more the man himself, he seems remarkably he will blink. at the same time, research is needed. unperturbed by the fuss. how do you explain to the public we cannot simply sit back and accept privately, there is anger and they're the bookies choice — what you did yesterday, mr bercow? animosity directed atjohn bercow and now england are being tipped it was a very old precedent. that these platforms just exist and that what is said on them is not by an old rival as one you said injanuary... who they accuse privately of of the favourites to win the responsibility of a place the cricket wolrd cup. hello, good morning. basically being in cahoots with australian legend shane warne where they are published. those who want to remain and seeking reckons home advantage will be key to drag out brexit in the hope there if england are to lift the trophy. i really feel you ought to get they are the publisher, that would cap an impressive run yourself some coffee or tea. might bea not just the postman. to drag out brexit in the hope there might be a softer brexit or some of form in one day cricket. i did offer to buy you all coffee and there cannot be a case form of referendum or longer delay tea, but you declined my kind offer. england and india, i think. oi’ form of referendum or longer delay or no brexit. as for the speaker, he i think they go in as favourites. of all profit, no responsibility. i love the style england but you've obviously already drunk seemed sanguine this morning and are playing, i think lots of coffee or tea. facebook said overnight u nruffled seemed sanguine this morning and unruffled by the saga. this is him they are very well led i wish you well. that the original live video of last after getting his morning coffee. it's a very, very impressive bobble week‘s christchurch attacks hat you are wearing there. was viewed 4,000 times how do you explain to the public by eoin morgan, he has instilled perhaps not a bobble hat, before it was removed — what you did yesterday, mr bercow? confidence in their team but a hat of sorts. it was a very old precedent. anyway, i... fewer than 200 people had watched it where theyjust go out and play. you said injanuary... you said injanuary... i am sure people are so very live and the first user report grateful to you for showing hello, good morning. and they are super of the video had come 12 aggressive, which i love. such an interest at this minutes after it had ended. time of the morning. i really feel you ought to get it's a very interesting and after the world cup it's story, mr bercow. yourself some coffee or tea. but by then a copy had i did offer to buy the ashes, and there will be a big very well done. been placed on alt—right you all coffee and change to player's kits. you said injanuary that file—sharing site 8chan. tea, but you declined my kind offer. england and australia parliament cannot rely will wear names and numbers on old precedents. on the their shirts — careful, careful. but you've obviously already drank cars are coming along here. facebook says ‘in the first 24 hours in what would be the biggest change i'm not going to sacrifice we removed 1.5 million videos lots of coffee or tea. in 142 years, as test cricket goes myself for your i wish you well. benefit. it's a very, very impressive bobble i know that you attach great
hat you are wearing there. through a bit of a revamp — weight to what you think, perhaps not a bobble hat, but perhaps you would be kind enough but a hat of sorts. it already happens in to allow me to proceed. anyway, i... it went on to delete you said injanuary... shorter forms of the game. how do you explain your another 300,00 but says i am sure people are so very decision to the public? copies that had been edited very good of you to do so. grateful to you for showing and finally to steph curry — or recorded from a screen had such an interest at this a three time nba champion, very well done. proved harder to spot. time of the morning. two time mvp, and ican i can assure you it is not a it's a very interesting story, mr bercow. thrilling bobble hat but be that as jasperjackson is the digtial editor this is why. .. you said injanuary that it may one of the complaints of parliament cannot rely right at the end of the first quarter of the golden state warriors of new statesman, hejoins me now. on old precedents. careful, careful. ministers is that the speaker thank you forjoining us. the live cars are coming along here. against the san antonio spurs — i'm not going to sacrifice from 60 feet away. basically sprung them on this myself for your curry is famous for his benefit. without warning. not so, according shooting from range, strea m thank you forjoining us. the live but not that much range. to the labour mp chris bryant, stream wasn‘t spotted, is there because he tabled a motion on a nyway and even more incredibly, stream wasn‘t spotted, is there anyway something like that can i know that you attach great happen? it was you‘d buy it to fewer weight to what you think, he'd missed seven of his first thursday calling on the speaker eight attempts before it. but perhaps you would be kind enough to allow me to proceed. precisely to make this sort of than 200 people. facebook has had how do you explain your problems for quite a long time, decision to the public? reeling. in chris bryant‘s view, very good of you to do so. there is so much content on the very well done. although it didn't although he did not put the motion lots of people are annoyed network that it is basically an at this decision. help the warriors win. what would you reply to that? toa although he did not put the motion impossiblejob to to a vote, ministers were clear this network that it is basically an impossible job to get these things are you trying to delay brexit? they ended up losing the game. was a risk and knew there was a quickly. we also found out very postpone it? you said in january that's all the sport for now. clearly that the technology that parliament cannot only rely i'll have more for possibility of the speaker making on precedent. you in the next hour. such a judgment. this is what he facebook talks up as the solution to this is a very old precedent. this long time is a very long way there may not be enough clean told me. there was an amendment on the order a 17th—century one. water to supply england's from enabling them to actually what made you choose to dig it out needs within 25 years. paper last thursday in my name. yesterday, mr bercow? that's the warning from the chief do you think it's i did not think it will be effectively catch these things. at executive of the environment agency. selected, but it was. least before some people see them, sirjames bevan will tell a water i spoke to it for four minutes — and what is happening now is that the right decision? industry conference that climate made clear why the precedent, some people saw it, downloaded it change and a growing population which has existed for a long time, what next for brexit, mr bercow? means unless we have a different and put it elsewhere. from that is important, that you only get perhaps, gentlemen, attitude to water, in a few decades to vote on an individual issue once point on, you can do very little to you would allow me to control it. so how much is it still
proceed to work. there may not be enough to go round. in any parliamentary session. thank you. keith doyle reports. and i wish you a good day. we did not put it to a vote out there? is it ever going to be thank you very much indeed. and in fact when i did not put it possible to completely stifle it? to a vote, the chamber cheered. long time, perhaps technology and in the next division lobby, solutions will get good enough, but whatever the private anger in the prime minister came up to me our summers oursummers are our summers are getting hotter and and thanked me for not this raises too many fundamental government, so far, ministers have drier, which means there will be moving my amendment to a vote. issues. the first issue is is it less water available, with some avoided direct public criticism of so she knew, and said it was rivers having 80% less during these wise to let virtually anyone him, although the brexit secretary broadcast live at a moment‘s notice months. a growing population, the best speech i had ever made. came close, questioning hisjudgment particularly in the south—east, to such a huge audience? that is a and decision yesterday. means there will be significant water shortages by 2050. this stark question we need to ask ourselves, i think first we should facebook do it because it is a so i hope i am not breaking look at other rulings a confidence, but it is clear popular tool, but it has horrific warning comes from the chief they knew about it. that the speaker has made, executive of england's environment implications. there is an even more so the speaker himself has said that it looks unlikely theresa may can problematic issue, which is we need precedent shouldn't be a constraint, agency, who says we are facing what to ask ourselves what drove so many keep hammering away, trying to wear otherwise nothing would ever change. he calls the jaws of death, the people to spend huge amounts of time point on a graph where water supply down her opponents. so she can and effort re—uploading this video and yet, the ruling yesterday, again and again when it was taken falls below demand, and this could perhaps, if she manages to get some is based on the precedent from 1604. down. why do people want to do that? happen within 25 years, unless we and the speaker himself has said i think that has to be linked to the that where the will of the house change our attitude to water. he new assurances, a new timetable from says we also have to balance our whole structure of facebook and is for a certain course of action, it is important that the eu, come back with meaningful other big media platforms, which that does follow. needs with protecting the and indeed, there is guidance environment and our natural water vote three, but meaningful vote from the previous clerk of the house sources. but the shortage can be provide incentives to create, to that the government's business four, i would suggest, that is not shouldn't be frustrated. upload content that gets this so there are a number prevented. he says cutting our going to happen. thank you, norman. outraged response or that appeals to let‘s cross to brussels of rulings we need to look personal consumption from 140 litres now and speak to our at, but it is the case correspondent adam fleming. that the speaker's ruling a day to 100 litres and reducing the worst part of human nature. on
yesterday raises the bar. what is the latest from their? we the worst part of human nature. on and we need to see lea ka g es by a day to 100 litres and reducing leakages by 50% will give enough the question of why people would what these different... clea n water as we approach the next vote, leakages by 50% will give enough upload and redistribute, is there and clearly if members of parliament clean water for an extra 20 million just had the regular lunchtime press any penalty for somebody doing it? themselves are changing their vote, people. building desalination plants conference from the european that does suggest that commission and they say they will circumstances have changed. and new reservoirs and transferring there are penalties, but they are not comment on developments in the difficult to enforce on this scale water across the country from where there is a surplus is also part of uk domestic politics and it is up to as we know, a reason ministers are there is a surplus is also part of theresa may and the government to annoyed is they feel they had no the solution. the water companies come and explain what is happening, u nless difficult to enforce on this scale unless they are thousands of people. what it means, and what they want. is it legal to do it? there are ways warning of this move by the speaker say they are committed to cutting lea ks and helping in other words, we were which is and yet maybe they should have say they are committed to cutting leaks and helping people cut because there was a motion put down consumption. the government, water people can be prosecuted, there have eve ryo ne in other words, we were which is everyone expects theresa may to come the previous week on thursday companies and the public all have a to the summit of eu leaders on been very few successful ones. going calling for precisely that, for the role to play, according to the head thursday when they will approve a off the individuals, it is unlikely speaker to rule out a meaningful of the environment agency, who says request from the uk to extend vote three and the man behind it wasting water it needs to become a article 50, which they can do under joins me now, labour mp chris to be successful. you need to find a way to get the companies that enable socially unacceptable as throwing plastic bags into the sea. article 50, which they can do under bryant. do you think the government article 50, which says it should this to change their behaviour and a group of mothers who have lost should have been aware this was a ta ke two article 50, which says it should take two years to negotiate a their children to knife crime have systems, that is especially possibility? i do not think they do appealed on the victoria derbyshire departure but if and remaining difficult because the vast majority show for more action to stem of them are based in the us, where their homework, or they forget. they countries agreed to extend it, that the wave of stabbings. there are different protections for are so one man revealed on the programme their homework, or they forget. they are so arrogant they forget. there that fear of being stabbed has fine. we have also had ministers freedom of speech. you raise a was an amendment last thursday in my led him to himself carry a knife, from the 27 other member states here really interesting question around name. idid a sword, a machete, even a saw, the live stream that is so popular, was an amendment last thursday in my name. i did not think it will be for a meeting of the general affairs selected but it was and i spoke to while his mother has is it being looked at in any serious council, that is european affairs it for four minutes are made clear bought him a stab—proof vest. ministers, and they will discuss why the president is important, that our special correspondent brexit this afternoon and we asked noel philips reports — them about it on their way in. this way by the social media companies or there are parts of this you only get to vote on an you might find upsetting. by government, that this should
individual issue once in any is the german europe minister, who potentially be restricted ?m by government, that this should parliamentary session and we did not sounds a little bit exasperated. potentially be restricted? it isn't something that has been talked about put it to a vote and in fact when i this is jordan, which the clock is ticking and time a lot. the companies themselves did not put it to a vote, the is not his real name. he is from coventry and he fits built these because they are very chamber cheered. and in the division is running out and we are really the basic profile of those most popular tools and a lot of the time, likely to be a victim or perpetrator exhausted by these negotiations lobby in the next division lobby, of knife crime. the vast majority of people who use the prime minister came up to me and and i expect clear and precise first started to carry these tools responsibly and thanked me for not moving my a knife at the age of 15, effectively, why should we get rid amendment toa because i felt scared. proposals of the british government. thanked me for not moving my amendment to a vote, and said it was of them if there are just a few bad the best speech i have made, sol but i didn't really want to, why such an extension is necessary. actors. the fact is we have had the but i felt like i had to carry it, amendment to a vote, and said it was the best speech i have made, so i am issues for a long time, we‘ve had not i hope breaking a confidence, it is notjust a game. but it is clear they knew about it and i was just scared and worried it's an extremely serious situation. that i might get stabbed. people live stream killing themselves, similar conversations and in the debate i said to the very rarely do we hear from those notjust for the people for a while. this may kick—start a deputy prime minister, why have you at the heart of the problem — in the united kingdom, not refer to my amendment? and two young people likejordan who carry broader conversation. the eu has machetes, swords and but also for the people knives on the streets. in the european union. stephen barclay i asked. i think for my government, they brushed it aside and thought do you still carry a knife today? it is the key priority tried to do various things around to prevent a no—deal brexit. they brushed it aside and thought this, but there has been little the rules do not apply to us. i i still carry knives today, but i haven't got a knife enthusiasm or action, certainly from on me at the minute. the us government, where these think they are being disingenuous i've got a bigger weapon now, when they say they are surprised. companies are all based. there are because i feel more safe with it. reports that companies in new what some suggesting government is is there any appetite but i don't want to carry zealand are thinking of, or probably you were in cahoots with the speaker it, i'm just scared. for another summit next week? have, withdrawing advertising on and the reason you did not put your so you're carrying something i have had a really good breakfast with you right now? social media because of this. how amendment to a vote was because the yeah, because i know it's bigger with my colleagues this morning, much do something like that make the speaker tip to the week to say i am than a knife, so if someone, companies look at what is being going to make a judgment next week, if someone backed out a knife at me, but i don't have any appetite done, because it hits them in the so going to make a judgment next week, so do not put your motion down now for very abstract, deep discussions i can back out this. and negotiations on the brexit. because it might get defeated and i pocket? it generally tends to be the
might not be able to do that. utter do you understand that way that you see words and action by carrying a weapon like that please deliver. you could potentially hurt from these companies. the last of or kill somebody? dear friends in london, nonsense. i had not had any yeah. please deliver. the clock is ticking. what i saw was 50 companies, which conversation before i did not table so why do you do it? just to feel safe. is something on the scale of if i don't have it, facebook, which is designed to or push my thing to a vote with i won't feel safe. appeal to a very large number of their speaker. i indicated in my despite the risks associated there was a reference to it, a smaller advertisers for a large with carrying weapons, speech i was not intending to vote rumour doing the rounds they could jordan tells me self protection on it and told the government whips is why he feels he has to be armed have an emergency brexit summit on revenue, with such widespread and ourwhipsl on it and told the government whips and our whips i would not vote on it when on the streets. figures show nearly 700 young people the 28th and 29th of march to concerted action, the move would and our whips i would not vote on it and everybody knew. the truth of the have to be bigger than it currently were victims of knife crime finalise the extension but that is a matter is i did not expect it to be has been. thank you forjoining us. here in the west midlands in 2018. rumourand finalise the extension but that is a called and it was intended as a rumour and what the eu 27 want to do so far this year in coventry, is finalise the terms of extension probing amendment and my argument was the speaker has the right to say a dozen or so stabbings have been recorded. using a written procedure, sending back now to the aftermath to the government you cannot table of cyclone idai, which has jordan's mum is worried, themselves letters and e—mails caused extensive damage an identical motion. there is an she tells me she has across mozambique and zimbabwe. rather than everyone traipsing here richard rowe was in beira, easy way round for the government. confiscated over 20 knives at the last minute before the old mozambique over the weekend after searching his bags. and joins us now. we have protected her identity because she wants brexit deadline. one of the thank you forjoining us, you are to keep her son safe. either they prorogue parliament that countries we are told backin i've searched his bag, took this, behind—the—scenes is most concerned thank you forjoining us, you are back in this country. what were your they could table a motion saying this potentially could take about what could happen with a long experiences, richard? someone else's life. notwithstanding this, we are going i worry every day that the worst back in this country. what were your experiences, richard ?|j back in this country. what were your experiences, richard? iwas there to have another vote and they would back in this country. what were your could happen, that he could extension is france. now let‘s hear have to win at motion and my destroy someone's life. experiences, richard? i was there on from the french europe minister. an assignment, and the wind got up suspicion is from a house yesterday i think i have to have a certain there are people who would say unless they get a big change from what your son is doing sense of humour to deal with brexit, on the thursday afternoon, it was the eu they will not win these votes is essentially committing a criminal at the time being. quite blustery. but it continued to offence and you should report him so the eu they will not win these votes so they can rant and rave as much as to the police each time they want but it does not change the build and it was about one o‘clock he decides to carry a knife. not only me, but my fellow
facts on the ground. explain to in the morning that the worst of the why have you not done that? citizens, because they are people who might be confused. you waiting in uncertainty. storm actually hit. there are some he is defending himself, wa nt to he is carrying a knife not to use our businesses and people who might be confused. you want to remain, people might say you it, he'sjust carrying a knife citizens living in the united kingdom. important things, it was a very high would favour this because it might it's about time we know where we go. to stop people from lead to a longer delay, which could using one on him. would you grant an extension wind situation, there wasn‘t a storm yeah, very worried if it is asked for, or open up lead to a longer delay, which could open up avenues lead to a longer delay, which could about my safety every day. will president macron insist open up avenues for another last year, three people died having surge in beira itself, which has referendum or softer brexit, but on really strict conditions? been stabbed in coventry. it is not a question also, brexiteers seem keen on the of really strict conditions. been reported in some places. it was very desperate to get out, we need an initiative. because i don't want to end up dead we need something new, quite a speaker's ruling. how? sometimes you because if it is an as well, because it can extension to remain have to go by the rules of the house happen to anyone. i will buy him a stab proof vest been reported in some places. it was quitea bumpy in the been reported in some places. it was quite a bumpy night, lots of things and it is a pretty good rule we do and hopefully that will stop him, being blown around, lots of glass same deadlock where we are, not repeatedly ask the commons the reduce him from carrying weapons. how do we get out of this deadlock? being blown around, lots of glass a stab proof vest is nowjordan's being broken. so yeah, not something this is a question for same question, because it leads to lifeline to protect him the british authorities. they have to come with i would choose to go through again whips running around doing arm and an initiative, a clear one, a and the city has taken a serious on the streets, as the authorities purpose, credible and continue to search for solutions supported by a majority. bullying, offering bribes and not to prevent more young and without it, is france prepared hit. there have been reports of 90% people killing each other. to block an extension? money, obviously, but things for it is a discussion their constituency and special deals we will have at 27. we are discussing it right now disruption, i think that is actually with the dup and so on. you get the with a number of partners, but, misleading, there is almost as you know, it is a decision that chance in any one parliament to put has to certainly 90% of village have been your argument once. if there are be taken unanimously. damaged but not destroyed. some of changes to the deal, of course the government should have a chance to the less robust structures have bring it back, but we cannot keep we have some breaking news, police the ministers are discussing the actually completely gone and things going round in circles. it is a rule like industrial warehousing and the investigating the deaths of three political, legal and institutional like, the roos have all come off. that has lasted a long time. when i implications of options for an teenagers outside a disco in but it it is not 90% destroyed —— was first elected, somebody lost a northern ireland have traced more extension and the final decision ten minute rule bill in favour of will be taken by eu leaders on
cutting the number of weeks up to than 160 witnesses. they said cctv thursday and even then it might not which an abortion could be allowed bea thursday and even then it might not be a final decision, it might be footage has shown around 400 people saying yes to the principle of the the rooves have come off. how did it to 14 weeks and lots of other people we re footage has shown around 400 people were in the queue or hotel car park extension with details finalised the feel being there? how frightening try to have similar versions of 16, week after, depending on events in was it? it was almost surreal. i am at the time. the detective the uk. 20 to keep track of. we will 18, 20 try to have similar versions of 16, superintendent leading the an engineer, so i am very practical. 18,20 weeks, during that session of investigation has said a number of parliament and the clerk said you let you go and carry on keeping pa rents investigation has said a number of i made sure i was located away from cannot, because we have decided on parents have indicated they were concerned that track. the windows. i think i probably aid workers in mozambique say this issue. so it is basic. the their children, who may have been they‘re struggling to deliver supplies to thousands of people underage, were trying to enter a spent my time trying to work out government can come back with a in urgent need of help what the different sounds were, licensed premises. iwant following the floods rather than worrying too much about change. let's hope they do, and then caused by cyclone idai. underage, were trying to enter a licensed premises. i want to reassure you the focus of our more than 1000 people are feared they can put it to the commons. i investigation is not the age of dead in mozambique alone, them. i had a fallback position that and a further 100,000 lives may people who are at the event, it is be at risk. think in that moment the speaker about trying to find answers for the the world food programme says the government should ask i could retreat to the bathroom if should be generous, if there are families of the three teenagers who neighbouring south african to send changes, it should be allowed, but tragically died. the three were things got really bad, but the hotel if they come back with exactly the same thing they should table a helicopters to help. i was staying in, the windows held, motion that says notwithstanding the practice of the house we will have morgan, lauren and connor, they died let‘s now turn to our deputy africa so i was staying in, the windows held, soa i was staying in, the windows held, so a lot of things go through your another vote and if they lose that after the incident outside the hotel editor anne soy, who has been mind at that time. you managed to vote they will probably lose the following events from nairobi. meaningful vote, as well. thank you. fly out, where you due to leave at in cookstown on sunday night and a that time? i am assuming you were number of other teenagers were fascinating. although ministers were being described as a complete there on business, where you?” looking like they were hit about the catastrophe. tell us what the latest face with a wet kipper they perhaps treated in hospital. that time? i am assuming you were there on business, where you? i was, i was due to fly out on friday, that should not have been surprised is in terms of the scale and impact. because it seems they were given the airport closed early on nhs patients may not benefit warning it was a possibility. from improvements in cancer it is nothing they have seen in many thursday, so some colleagues who are treatment because of a shortage flying out on thursday could not get of senior doctors, according to yea rs it is nothing they have seen in many years and that affected area and it norman, thank you. the royal college of radiologists. out. we eventually got a flight on let's cross to brussels started in mozambique in the port now and speak to our a survey found that 70 consultant
correspondent adam fleming. clinical oncologist posts city of beira, which is home to half sunday, and that was literally only are currently vacant in the uk — more than half of which a million people and we understand have remained unfilled by camping out at the airport, so for at least a year. here s our health chancellor merkel of germany correspondent nick triggle. the devastation there, 90—95% of when there were some flights, being consultant clinical oncologists speaking at a conference in berlin are the senior doctors who often buildings are not standing in beira able to act quite quickly. the power take charge of a cancer patient‘s andi speaking at a conference in berlin and i think with raised eyebrows she and there is an area in the province nonsurgical treatment, said until yesterday she was not outages are still complete as far as like chemotherapy and radiotherapy. 50 kilometres wide we understand is ican outages are still complete as far as i can tell across the city, so we aware of parliamentary procedure in submerged. a neighbouring town is britain from the 17th century, that these form a vital part of care. could only get tickets on the was thejoke, then but the royal college britain from the 17th century, that was the joke, then she said it will also increasingly getting submerged flights with cash, because they had come down to a meeting of eu leaders of radiologists said services no way of processing anything else, are being undermined and is home to 5000 people and they on thursday about whether they grant by a lack of consultants. so we no way of processing anything else, so we were fortunate enough that a survey of all major 62 cancer there were six of us who managed to an extension to article 50 which say within hours, it will be centres in the uk has found that they are entitled to do under the eu com pletely say within hours, it will be more than 7% of consultant posts completely submerged. the people who pool resources and find enough have flown over the affected area dollars to actually pay for some are vacant, compared treaty. she is waiting to see what say they have seen people clinging tickets. you must feel very lucky with 5%, five years ago. on to seeking help, but that is that you got out? yes, the most theresa may comes with. we also the college said services were often heard from angela merkel‘s europe only kept going with large difficult at the moment. rescue amounts of overtime. workers have not been able to get to frustrating thing was that we all knew we were ok, but we knew that the area. roads have been cut off. minister, who was arriving in it predicts the situation will get there was complete lack of brussels for a scheduled meeting of worse in the future, putting the roll—out of new, the eu general affairs council where air transport is difficult. there is innovative treatments at risk. no electricity and so it is utter communication. we had headed to the europe ministers will discuss the nhs said extra money airport the following day expecting brexit. this is what he said. was being invested and new doctors the clock is ticking and time being trained to help services cope. devastation. the president of that they would have communication, is running out and we are really but they had nothing. so we knew mozambique spoke of around 1000 other people would be worried, but exhausted by these negotiations deaths. possibly. when we hear you there was nothing we could do in and i expect clear and precise terms of communicating. we did try
describe what is happening now, it sounds like the death toll could, driving out on saturday, we got i‘m proposals of the british government. why such an extension is necessary. let's go to dublin where the irish u nfortu nately, sounds like the death toll could, not sure how many commenters outside taoiseach is meeting the european unfortunately, go beyond that. that it is notjust a game. the city, it felt like 90 or 100, to is right. save the children says up it's an extremely serious situation. find the road was washed away and it council, president donald tusk today. ten days until the brexit‘s to 100,000 lives are at risk. the was completely washed away. —— how notjust for the people deadline and a spanner in the works in the united kingdom, president did fly over the area many kilometres. that is the only but also for the people yesterday in terms of theresa may's yesterday night and he said he could decent road into beira, and we were in the european union. plans, lots of speculation that she keen to get out because we were see bodies floating on the rivers, conscious of the fact that food was may have been planning to put their for my government, withdrawal agreement that she becoming in short supply. most of and the fact there are 100,000 it is the key priority negotiated with europe before the commons again today for a third people who need to be rescued the locals don‘t have fridges, even to prevent a no—deal brexit. urgently, who have not been reached any appetite for another vote, but yesterday, john bercow if they did, there was no power, so made that an impossibility for her, by rescue workers tells you this summit next week? catastrophe is getting worse. every anything perishable will have been i have had a really good breakfast for now at least. so the prime rotting already. the shops were with my colleagues this morning, minister now expected to request an minute counts. in neighbouring running out, and there are 500,000 but i don't have any appetite extension beyond the 29th of march, zimbabwe, in the eastern district, people there who are hungry, so it we understand roads have been cut brexit‘s deadline. when she has the potential to escalate quite for very abstract, deep discussions off. the military has been sent to nasty. i am and negotiations on the brexit. has the potential to escalate quite nasty. iam hoping has the potential to escalate quite nasty. i am hoping they get some form of airlift or something with please deliver. rescue people to try to establish dear friends in london, discusses the next steps with eu connections with communities that please deliver. the clock is ticking. leaders. donald tusk has said that have been cut off by flood waters. supplies. yes, it is absolutely thank you. thank you for updating he will be appealing to the eu 27 to devastating. thank you forjoining be open to a long extension if the us. i‘m hoping i can bring some clarity
and when he spoke to the german uk finds it necessary to rethink its us. all the latest coming up on the now on the brexit situation, while media in german he was more harsh brexit‘s strategy and build we we re now on the brexit situation, while we were talking, we are hearing from bbc news channel. now we say goodbye and describe the atmosphere between consensus around it. today, he is the uk at the moment as very bad. we to viewers on bbc two. meeting the irish taoiseach in also heard from the french europe dublin for talks. theresa may‘s spokesman with the the continued uncertainty police investigating the deaths minister, and this is how she summed surrounding brexit means the rights of uk citizens living in eu of three teenagers in a crush latest lines on what is happening. i outside a st patrick‘s day disco up minister, and this is how she summed up the situation. countries are still will read you through the lines as to be guaranteed. in cookstown, in northern ireland, i think i have to have a certain instead of waiting to see what's have traced more than 160 witnesses. they are coming into us. the cabinet in store, an increasing number sense of humour to deal with brexit, of brits abroad are applying the three died as they queued discussed the implications of what at the time being. for citizenship in the european country where they live and work. not only me, but my fellow that figure more than doubled for the event on sunday happened yesterday with john bercow citizens, because they are in the commons, when he said there waiting in uncertainty. in 2017, the year after evening at a hotel. cannot be another vote on the the brexit referendum. withdrawal agreement unless there is our businesses and citizens living in police now say cctv footage shows the united kingdom. germany was the place that there were more than 400 people a substantive change to it. no welcomed most new citizens further details were offered. not only me, but my fellow from the uk that year. in the queue or the car park citizens, because they are waiting in uncertainty. jean mackenzie has met at the time the crush occured. our businesses and police say a number of parents have citizens living in some of them in berlin. also indicated concern cabinet discussed ongoing talks with the united kingdom. that their children, the dup on brexit, the cabinet it's about time we know where we go. germany is home to at least 100,000 who may have been underage, were trying to enter would you grant an extension brits, and since the referendum, a licensed premises. if it is asked for, or detective chief superintendent discussed brexit for 90 minutes. if will president macron insist record numbers have raymond murray has urged anybody who was there, on really strict conditions? applied for citizenship. no matter what their age, there were to be a vote on the we followed three people to come forward. it is not a question of really strict conditions. as they tried to secure brexit deal on wednesday, the we need an initiative. their future here. the absolute focus in this we need something new, government would have to submit a because if it is an extension to remain in the same deadlock where we are, investigation is about finding out motion today, and that hasn‘t happened yet, so that is an how do we get out of this deadlock? this is a question for the british authorities. when i woke up on the morning interesting line, because not saying they have to come with after the referendum, how three teenagers come to die there wouldn‘t be a vote tomorrow. an initiative, a clear one, a on what should have been the bottom dropped out of my life. a celebratory event, purpose, credible and and what happened before that the spokesman said that before a
supported by a majority. and without it, is france prepared she applied for citizenship almost and what happened during that. second vote on the brexit deal, the to block an extension? immediately, and says the process so if anybody out there is concerned it is a discussion was so stressful, it made her ill. because they may have we will have at 27. been slightly underage, prime minister said britain would be we are discussing it right now don‘t let that concern you. with a number of partners, but, and, please, feel ina prime minister said britain would be in a crisis if it was rejected and the wait was awful, like, as you know, it is a decision that it was constantly on the back free to come forward. has to of my head. after yesterday, that has now come be taken unanimously. to the parents out there, every time i went to the mailbox and we know social media is alive to pass, so presumably, the i was like, it could be there, with this, and we know government does think britain is now it could be there, that the communities are alive and she also made the point that it could be there. finally, after more than a year, with talk of this, to parents, in crisis. the spokesman has said time is not a solution in itself, it the letter arrived. i just started crying. please talk with your children, the brexit minister set out that the isa time is not a solution in itself, it is a tool to help you reach a as i know you will. prime minister will write to donald solution. reinforcing the message tusk before this week‘s summit in that it solution. reinforcing the message thatitis solution. reinforcing the message why was it so emotional? that it is up to the uk to say why because it was over. please encourage and support them, relation to extending article 50, so it wants an extension and for how as i know you will, to come forward long and what it will do with the that the summit is on thursday, so to become a german citizen, to tell their story to police. you must have lived in the country that is absolutely critical to us that the summit is on thursday, so time available. interestingly, the for six years, and speak getting an accurate picture that means presumably a letter is bbc was shown a memo prepared for a the language, but you can apply of what happened that night. going to go from the prime minister and i think we owe it to connor minister going to that meeting this sooner if you are and to lauren and to morgan married to a german. to do everything we can morning, not one of those we have to donald tusk either today or seen to establish what happened. morning, not one of those we have seen just morning, not one of those we have seenjust and morning, not one of those we have seen just and it was revealing about tomorrow, prior to that the summit. the headlines on bbc news... that is the next line, the spokesman the eu's fears about a long saying the letter will be sent extension. they are worried the uk rose and her partner, rene, theresa may considers her next move either today or tomorrow. he says would use the extra months as an got married three months after the speaker blocks plans after the referendum. opportunity to try to negotiate the for the commons to vote for a third you see from the prime minister and but brexit has put their time on her brexit deal. aid workers in mozambique says permanent future relationship with other plans on hold. they‘re struggling to get urgent her colleagues a determination to the eu, which can only be done after find a way for parliament to vote on we wanted to move to the uk, supplies to cyclone survivors, and that was our plan — because of severe flooding. a brexit deal. a long delay to brexit today, so the eu is worried new zealand‘s prime minister brexit would be a failure for having a house and condemns the christchurch mosque gunman as a terrorist, about the uk trying to subvert the garden near to my mum. criminal and extremist and vows sequence about the uk trying to subvert the never to speak his name. politicians. again, that is sequence of this and they are now, we're looking
worried about the uk throwing its to buy in germany. interesting, a determination from the prime minister to find a way for weight around as it remains a member it wasn't particularly ceremonious. parliament to vote on the brexit there's a feeling of being of the eu while big decisions are rubber—stamped and approved, deal and parliament to vote on the brexit dealand again, parliament to vote on the brexit deal and again, that takes us back taken, in particular the next but it's only half of the problem. i mean, my heart's still british. sport now. to what happened yesterday, john long—term budget from the eu for bercow saying there would have to be it would be different if i didn't care about the uk, substantive change. there is seven long—term budget from the eu for seve n yea rs long—term budget from the eu for seven yea rs from long—term budget from the eu for speculation they could be a vote seven years from 2021, which will have to be decided on in 2020. so but i do. it's hard. chelsea‘s callum hudson odoi has next week after that eu summit, admitted he didn‘t believe it those are the issues the eu is in 2017, the year after when he was called up to the england the referendum, germany granted grappling with about some of the citizenship to more downsides of an extension, even potentially if there were caveats than 6,000 brits. senior squad for the first time. around it about what the extension though everyone is broadly in favour that is four times the amount of giving the uk more time, because would be, whether that would be of any other eu country. the 18—year—old was with the u21s — insufficient way for them to be a who he hasn‘t played that increases the chances of any for yet either — next week. the spokesman also saying when he was promoted kind of deal going through for the european qualifiers against czech republic and montenegro. the prime minister is not prepared eventually. adam, thank you. we have and he has a chance of representing to revoke article 50. as i say, the his country before he‘s made a premier league start for his club. rachel came to germany to study, and never left, but she has put off i thought the manager was joking, eye—catching line there is that the i thought he wasn‘t telling breaking news about an attack in applying for a passport the truth, i was shocked. prime minister had said that britain would be in crisis if the brexit utrecht. we hear dutch prosecutors until three months ago. and then when i heard i had to go deal was rejected in a second vote, i never actually thought about doing over, i couldn‘t believe it. and police say they are seriously that, because i thought, we're all european. it is a dream come true and suddenly i realised and after yesterday, that has now investigating a terrorist motive for for a man to get the call—up the attack on the tram because of it was december, and i hadn't done anything about it. for a national team. come to pass. so we will try to get because her work is freelance, everybody here is humble evidence, including a letter that she has been told that getting and nice, they all make sure you are comfortable, some more reaction to those comments was found in the main suspect‘s a german passport might be tricky. no one has an ego here. so, if i really did have to go home, from our colleagues at westminster, so hopefully i get to know getaway car. they put out a more of the boys here, who are just from our colleagues at westminster, who arejust sending from our colleagues at westminster, who are just sending those three. statement saying so far, a terrorist i would have to start from zero. so it should be a good time. a record nine countries have
motive is being taken into account bid to host the women‘s journalist in westminster are being briefed by the prime minister‘s based on a letter found world cup in 2023, motive is being taken into account based on a letterfound in the ijust don't i just don't know what ijust don't know what is going to with a joint offer from north spokesman. as you are aware, we are getaway car amongst other things, happen. and south korea among them. for those hoping for a second and the nature of the facts. the passport, time is running out. the usa will defend ten days away from the 29th of only eu citizens can apply for dual the title in this year‘s march, which is the date in which main suspect is 37, born in turkey. nationality in germany. competition in france, after brexit, brits but the next tournament the uk is heading to leave the eu, will have to choose. won‘t be back in europe. he and two men not named from the other bids come from argentina, in a moment we'll have australia, bolivia, brazil, u nless all the business news, colombia, japan, new zealand the uk is heading to leave the eu, unless something changes. the legal utrecht are still in custody. police but first, the headlines and south africa all situation as it stands, that is the offering to host. on bbc news: found a red renault clio after the theresa may considers her next move a decision will be made timeframe in which we must leave the attack, which they say he used to after the speaker blocks plans by fifa next march. eu. there are two options, we leave for the commons to vote for a third with or without a deal. as you may flee and the attack resulted in the time on her brexit deal. the new owner and name for team sky are expected be aware, the deal has been rejected deaths of three, a 19—year—old aid workers in mozambique says they're struggling to get urgent to be confirmed today, supplies to cyclone survivors, twice by considerable numbers. the with britain‘s richest man, next step will be what happens with woman, and 2—macro men aged 28 and because of severe flooding. sirjim ratcliffe, expected to step new zealand's prime minister the prime minister going to europe 49. there were initially reports in in to secure its future. condemns the christchurch mosque on thursday and the message from the the british team led gunman as a terrorist, by sir dave brailsford has won eu is that they are waiting for the media that a family dispute may criminal and extremist and vows never to speak his name. the tour de france six times. have been the motive but police say sky sponsored them from the start, clarity from theresa may on thursday on what the next steps will be. but will withdraw its backing there is no link between the main from the end of this season. suspect and the victims. they are a group of mothers who have lost it‘s expected the team will be renamed team ineos their children to knife crime have after the petrochemical company that appealed on the victoria derbyshire ratcliffe owns. now seriously investigating a and here are your business england and australia show for more action to stem will wear names and numbers the wave of stabbings and other terrorist motive. they have found a headlines this morning: attacks with blades. letter in his car and we will keep the number of employed people on their shirts for the ashes one man revealed on the programme that fear of being stabbed has you updated on that. in the uk has risen again, in the biggest change to kits to a new record number in test cricket for 142 years. led him to himself carry a knife, of 32.7 million people the icc thinks making players more a sword, a machete, and a saw, between november and january. easily identifiable will help more while his mother has
aid workers in mozambique say figures from the office people engage with test cricket they're struggling to deliver for national statistics show that bought him a stab—proof vest. supplies to thousands of people employment rose to 76.1% employment in urgent need of help and the series in england will be our special correspondent following the floods — the highest since noel philips reports — caused by cyclone idai. there are parts of this more than 1000 people are feared records began in 1971. you might find upsetting. dead in mozambique alone, the first of the new test cricket championship. and a further 100,000 lives may while names and numbers have been this is jordan, which be at risk. more trouble for metro bank. used in limited overs is not his real name. the world food programme says he is from coventry and he fits the government should ask the so—called challenger bank is now cricket for some time, neighbouring south african to send the second most shorted company test match whites have remained the basic profile of those most on the uk stock market. relatively unchanged. likely to be a victim or perpetrator helicopters to help. of knife crime. that means financial firms that‘s all the sport for now. are betting the bank's shares you can find more on all those will continue to fall — first started to carry daisy sitoi is emergency despite having already stories on the bbc sport website. a knife at the age of 15, response manager for that‘s bbc.co.uk/sport. because i felt scared. the charity save the children. lost 80% of their value she spoke about the situation in the last 12 months. but i didn‘t really want to, in the affected areas. but i felt like i had to carry it, revenues at online grocer ocado — imminent risk, various. and i was just scared and worried grew by 11.2% in the three months that i might get stabbed. very rarely do we hear from those to march, compared with the same first, could be the outbreak at the heart of the problem — of diseases, because in beira period last year, but the figures took a hit from a massive fire young people likejordan who carry there is no water, the services dutch prosecutors have said machetes, swords and at its warehouse in february. they are seriously investigating knives on the streets. a possible terrorist motive do you still carry a knife today? for a gun attack on a tram are down, some of them. sales were down 1.2%, caused in utrecht after they found i still carry knives today, by the disruption to deliveries. new evidence in the main but i haven‘t got a knife the health infrastructure, suspect‘s getaway car. on me at the minute. turkish—born main suspect gokmen tanis, 37, and two unnamed men from utrecht aged 23 and 27 i‘ve got a bigger weapon now, some are destroyed. remain in custody after three people because i feel more safe with it. died in the shooting. but i don‘t want to carry some of the medicines that were it, i‘m just scared. our correspondent anna so you‘re carrying something stored there also are destroyed. just to clarify, revenues up at with you right now? yeah, because i know it‘s bigger people don't have a place ocado, despite the fall in sales. holligan is in utrecht. to stay, because some than a knife, so if someone, of the houses were destroyed. let's get more on the latest
employment figures that show if someone backed out a knife at me, the number of people in work has hit there has been speculation around what the motive was and police are i can back out this. a new record — with 32.7 million do you understand that most of them are in now saying they are looking accommodation centres. people now in work, between november and january. by carrying a weapon like that so there is a risk for disease that means the overall rate carefully at terrorism. what is the evidence they found ? of people in work — 76.1% — you could potentially hurt carefully at terrorism. what is the or kill somebody? in the accommodation centres. is the highest since records evidence they found? this is a yeah. statement in the past hour from the so why do you do it? began in 1971. just to feel safe. also, although they are receiving if i don‘t have it, dutch prosecutor in which they say that gives you the sense of the first, it seems as though the i won‘t feel safe. some assistance in terms of food, employment growth, the highest since despite the risks associated victims were chosen at random, which with carrying weapons, so far, but still not enough, records began. jordan tells me self protection because there are many people unemployment fell by 35,000 indicates the shooting may not have is why he feels he has to be armed in these accommodation centres. been linked to a family dispute as to 1.34 million in the period, when on the streets. was speculated over night. we have figures show nearly 700 young people as for the information putting the rate below 4% we are receiving, it seems that 90% found out more about who those were victims of knife crime for the first time since 1975. of the town is destroyed. here in the west midlands in 2018. people were and there was a ruth gregory is a senior uk 19—year—old woman who worked in a so far this year in coventry, sandwich shop, and a father of three a dozen or so stabbings economist for capital economics. have been recorded. who was a local football coach, and jordan‘s mum is worried, good morning to you. what do you she tells me she has this includes, also, roads. a 28—year—old man. in terms of getting access to beira make of these figures? it is sort of confiscated over 20 knives evidence, they are referring to a after searching his bags. continuing the upwards trend. we saw we have protected her is extremely difficult now. the glimpse on the graph of a number note, apparently left in the getaway identity because she wants of people in work, and now the to keep her son safe. car. the suspect was arrested not very challenging, because the roads, some of the section highest level since 1971. yes, the farfrom i've searched his bag, took this, of the main roads, are cut. car. the suspect was arrested not far from the scene of the shooting this potentially could take the only way that you can reach labour market is a bright spot in someone else's life. ina far from the scene of the shooting in a house, in possession, police i worry every day that the worst beira now is flying, the uk economy despite brexit say, of a gun at the time. we have or through boat through the sea. could happen, that he could destroy someone's life. spoken to people in utrecht and the uncertainty, with employment growing there are people who would say at the fastest rate in three years, what your son is doing overwhelming sense is that this was is essentially committing a criminal
and unemployment at its lowest since a random attack and they felt offence and you should report him to the police each time we can go to the capital of 1975. with extra labour in short vulnerable afterwards. the city was he decides to carry a knife. why have you not done that? mozambique. we can talk to caroline supply, 1975. with extra labour in short supply, workers are more successful in lockdown. the main line of he is defending himself, rose. enquiry for police now is whether or in obtaining above inflation pay he is carrying a knife not to use head of mission for medecins rises. where are all these jobs sans frontieres. not this was terror —related. it, he'sjust carrying a knife coming from? it could be that brexit to stop people from using one on him. enquiry for police now is whether or un officials say the cycling created not this was terror -related. they have three people in custody. what yeah, very worried uncertainty has yet to have its full about my safety every day. can you tell us about them? the main impact on the labour market. it last year, three people died having a nightmare scenario, probably one been stabbed in coventry. very desperate to get out, of the worst weather—related suspect is this 37—year—old, who was could be that brexit uncertainty is because i don‘t want to end up dead disasters ever in the southern hemisphere. how would you describe as well, because it can happen to anyone. affecting other areas, becoming more than the labour market, given that arrested hours after the attack. the i will buy him a stab proof vest what rescue workers and those main prime suspect. 2—macro others, and hopefully that will stop him, affected a re what rescue workers and those it is less costly to reverse a affected are contending with? the reduce him from carrying weapons. a stab proof vest is nowjordan‘s decisions on other areas of 27 and 23, brothers, but it is not lifeline to protect him spending. we wouldn't necessarily expect the labour market figures to yet known whether they were involved on the streets, as the authorities continue to search for solutions to prevent more young situation, people have no access. an remain quite as point in the coming months. one thing we also look at as in this. all three of them are being people killing each other. well as the headline rate of interrogated by dutch police. the flags on all buildings here and emergency team has arrived. employment or unemployment is earnings. that tells us how much we government buildings across the there may not be enough clean have in our pocket. another good set assessing the situation. and it is country are flying at half mast. we water to supply england‘s spoke to people delivering flowers needs within 25 years. of figures, average weekly earnings that‘s the warning from the chief rising by 3.4% taking out bonuses. earlier. one woman who had her executive of the environment agency. so again, above inflation, so we sirjames bevan will tell a water urgent to deliver emergency care to have a real terms pay rise, haven't daughter on the front of the bike said she was scared to come out, but industry conference that climate
the population. we are struggling to we? that is right. wage growth has change and a growing population she felt she needed to show her that means unless we have a different remained steady at 3.4%, holding you have to be able to fight this. i attitude to water, in a few decades hear you, understandably the line is there may not be enough to go round. steady at its previously strong keith doyle reports. not great, but we will carry on think that regardless of the motive, because we want to hear what you can rate. that should increase which is subject to investigation, our summers are getting hotter tell us. in terms of the assistance it has sent, as they say here, a hit and drier, which means there will be consumer's purchasing power. they are unlikely to go on a spending less water available, with some rivers having 80% less spree right in the heart of the during these months. thatis are unlikely to go on a spending spree as are unlikely to go on a spending spree as long as brexit uncertainty tell us. in terms of the assistance that is needed, have you experienced anything like this? myself, no. it persists. but it suggests that they netherlands. we talk of it are well placed to wrap up their a growing population, spending again monthly brexit potentially being a terrorist attack. will that change the way the particularly in the south—east, clears. thank you forjoining us. means there will be significant authorities respond in terms of security measures? there is already water shortages by 2050. some welcome figures ahead of all of this stark warning comes from the chief executive is really terrifying. the population that disruption regarding brexit, so of england‘s environment agency, keep an eye on those figures as they enhanced security around here, james bevan, who says we are facing are liable to change. around government buildings. the is really terrifying. the population terror threat level before yesterday what he calls the jaws of death, is in need of rescue first. on the in other business stories we've been following shares in clothing chain the point on a graph where water bonmarche are down 14% after it was at level four, which means roofs of houses or injuries for supply falls below demand, and this warned losses could reach highly likely and it was temporarily £5—6 million this year, could happen within 25 years, rescue. and they are in need of far worse than the £4 million loss previously predicted. increased to five, which is unless we change our critical. there is already a lot of attitude to water. the warning is the third he says we also have everything. clean water. our. food in six months from the to balance our needs yorkshire—based firm. with protecting the environment bonmarche, which has 312 security around here. whether or not and emergency care. there is a high outlets specialising and our natural water sources. it is confirmed he had links to any in clothing for the over—50s. but the shortage can be prevented. terror organisations, whether there boeing has told airlines it expects he says cutting our personal risk of a cholera outbreak in the to have new software for its 737 max was a political motivation, is still consumption from 140 litres a day plane ready by the end of the month. to 100 litres and reducing leakages
coming days, for sure. what are your being investigated, and no further by 50% will give enough clean water the plane has been grounded concerns going forward? the following the ethiopian airlines response from the dutch government for an extra 20 million people. yet. a lot of people here looking president of mozambique says aircraft crash earlier this month. possibly there have been 1000 documents seen by the bbc confirm ahead to local elections which are building desalination plants deaths, but with so many people that the software update taking place tomorrow. even if there and new reservoirs and transferring effected in such a large area, —— will limit the operation water across the country is not a political motive, there are from where there is a surplus is also part of the solution. of the controversial mcas system. people seeking to politicise this and the mayor of utrecht has been affected, what are your concerns around the risk to life? we do not pushing back against this and saying the water companies say that is the thing designed to stop they are committed to cutting leaks eve ryo ne pushing back against this and saying everyone who is living in the city and helping people cut consumption. is part of the city. there is a the aircraft stolen, but it is reported to have faults. —— stop the the government, water companies and the public all have a role to play, definite feeling that people want to have the human toll yet. it is according to the head aircraft stalling. try to reduce the division this is of the environment agency, sainsbury‘s and asda difficult to measure the scale of say their planned merger causing in dutch society. thank you. who says wasting water it needs the disaster. will save them £1.6 billion to become a socially and allow them to pass on £1 billion unacceptable as throwing plastic bags into the sea. in price cuts to savers. it says it will invite an independent body to check new zealand‘s prime minister, this promise in public. jacinda ardern, has condemned sainsbury‘s also says the gunman who killed fifty people it will cap the amount as a terrorist, of profit it makes on petrol. criminal and extremist. it comes after the regulator addressing parliament, raised serious concerns she said she would never utter his name in public. about the planned tieup. we have long known there is money to for people with us, there is some speculating it may not get the be made in racing. one retired go—ahead whatsoever. let's have a quick look at the markets, this is during a special session shelter. we appreciate you taking of parliament, she also called on social media platforms to do more how they currently stand. the ftse to prevent the sharing of videos 100 is up .6% on the day, so it is like the live—stream of the christchurch gunman. belgian racing pigeon hasjust he sought many things the time to from his act of terror, fetched a record $1.4 million in an talk to us. worth keeping and i on the currency but one was notoriety.
auction. market. from the news from the that is why you will never described as the lewis hamilton of pigeon racing, armando has commons yesterday, announcing that created quite a "coo." the third bout might not go ahead at hear me mention his name. exceptionally strong wings and a fantastic sense of direction all, the currency markets liked it, he is a terrorist, he is a criminal, make him one of the best competitors then they didn't, then they did. so he is an extremist, but he will, the unemployment rate has of all time. fallen below four cent it is worth watching what they think when i speak, be nameless. for the first time since 1975. but, despite spending his life official figures show that of all of this, whether the pound is unemployment fell by 35,000 flying in the fast lane, the online between november and january more or less attractive. are you to others, i implore you, auction initially crawled by. to 1.34 million, taking the number of people in work to a record confused? the more or less attractive. are you confused ? the markets more or less attractive. are you speak their names of those fuelled by the growing popularity high of 32.7 million. confused? the markets are and eve ryo ne confused? the markets are and everyone else is. speak the names of those of pigeon racing in china, meanwhile average earnings went up that's all the business news. it‘s thought two chinese fanciers mps have claimed that grime music who are lost, rather than the name 3.4% in the year to january. is facing significant challenges of the man who took them. fought over two weeks because of discrimination to take him under their wing. against urban acts. he may have sought notoriety, i'm joimed by our business despite the success of stormzy, but we in new zealand will him dave and skepta, it is often eventually, a dramatic race correspondent andy verity. nothing. difficult for grime acts to play not even his name. to the finish saw armando sell live with licensing authorities that is a rosy picture. upbeat and police cancelling gigs at short notice, for more than $1.4 million, numbers. you have the income and we affecting musicians' ability to gain a following. $1 million more than the going rate should see a graphic. it is in the shortly we'll hear from the rapper shaodow, for his fellow feathered athletes. let's have a quick our correspondent phil mercer last year or so we have seen listen to his work. spoke to us earlier positive improvement in real incomes from christchurch and translation: a very special day. grime rapping. and a rise of 3.4% in our nominal gave us this update. we got up thinking, is it we understand family members are going to rise a lot more, or not? we‘d hoped for a little more, coming in from we understand family members are incomes. after inflation, 1.4%, a coming infrom many we understand family members are coming in from many different countries, given that the trauma as we‘d already broken the record, but he‘s more than doubled. inflicted on christchurch, the that was hectic, incredible. bigger improvement than we have seen ripples of which spread to many well as part of its investigation, in two and a half years. you have the digital, culture, the five—year—old, who could live different countries. victims from unemployment getting down to its media and sport committee invited until he is 20, will now swap
rapper shaodow to share his lowest since i think the 1970s, less experiences of the industry — pakistan, from afghanistan, from beating his wings for breeding, as one of the world‘s he told us earlier turkey, from fiji and many other greatest ever homing pigeons about the problem. than 4%. and employment has been i was just saying it's the truth, countries. so certainly relatives moves to his new home — it's essentially what i have from some of those countries coming a chinese stud farm. lived in experience, here and we could see the first of growing. we have a record workforce. it doesn't happen all of the time, but it is something it has gone up to 32.7 billion. that has happened. the burials tomorrow, wednesday. as in a moment it‘s time for the one and i think it needs to be for the survivors, 50 people were o‘clock news with reeta chakrabarti, 220,000 jobs generated in the taken into consideration. but first it‘s time for a look injured, suffering gunshot wounds. at the weather with matt taylor. three—month period we are looking at live is so important for artists and for the audience, from november to january, more than we understand 30 people remain in and it needs to be celebrated, notjust painted with the same hospital and nine of those are in a expected. the obvious question is for the traditionalists out there brush, because of course, critical condition. how can that be happening when last among you, tomorrow is the first day week i told you about an economic there is trouble at grime events, at hip—hop events, at rock events, of spring as we reach the spring the unemployment rate has slowdown? there is an economic at other live events of course. fallen below four per cent equinox, and the weather will be slowdown. we are not growing like we but you don't assume that it for the first time since 1975. responding nicely. high pressure in used to, and yet the jobs market is, will happen at every single music official figures show that unemployment fell by 35,000 the south—west and around that, we event under one genre. between november and january are dragging in lots of mild air to 1.34 million, taking the number as described, doing well. part of of people in work to a record from the mid—atla ntic. i think it's an unfair image, high of 32.7 million. the answer is behind the politics. i think that when trouble does meanwhile average earnings went up are dragging in lots of mild air from the mid—atlantic. a few weather fronts, so some cloud around, just happen, it is appropriated some elements of the economy such as to the music and to the musicians. 3.4% in the year to january. notice these for tomorrow afternoon, temperatures above where there when it not necessarily is that, should be for the time of year, business investment are sensitive to our business correspondent andy verity has been sometimes it isjust giving me more details. political problems and business an unrelated incident. reaching 16 and 17 across parts of england and wales. as i said, if a investment is low and has been i was on tour last year especially since we have had the and the london event that i had bit of cloud, that has been the case booked was unfortunately closed down remarkably upbeat numbers in most political uproar over brexit and no so bit of cloud, that has been the case so far today. some gaps in the by the council because of some respects when you look at this. you cloud, look at the satellite imagery deal, but thejobs market is based unrelated trouble at an urban event. from earlier, you can see a few have the income squeeze and i think brea ks on the sentiments of recruiters and we should be able to see a graphic. from earlier, you can see a few breaks here and there. tomorrow, the council took the view of closing there will still be some sunshine at
employers months ago, so it is down the entire venue, it is just times. thickest of the cloud is playing catch up if you like. people we should be able to see a graphic. it isjust in we should be able to see a graphic. it is just in the last year or so we that is somebody‘s livelihood lost across the western areas, some we re have seen positive improvement in playing catch up if you like. people were recruiting in september, as well as another cultural venue real incomes. and a rise of 3.4% in patchy rain or drizzle. not october, and those are the figures in london being wiped off the map, everywhere will stay dry, but we are seeing for november to heavier bursts will be across the january. do you know are areas where and somewhere that people would go orkneys, shetlands and western parts our nominal incomes. after inflation of scotland. into the evening rush recruitment is being made? all over the economy with record vacancies, thatis hour, the further south and east you is no longer available. our nominal incomes. after inflation that is 1.4% so a bigger improvement are, better chance of staying dry than we have seen in two and a half something like 900,000. but there for top temperatures are still yea rs. than we have seen in two and a half years. you have unemployment going widely in double figures as we are skills shortages which cause down to its lowest we have had since now it's time for a finish the day. tonight, the patchy problems and the economic law that look at the weather. rain will dissolve which will says if you have a shortage of staff i think the 1970s. less than 4%. and you have to pay higher seems to be straddle parts of scotland, northern ireland and northern england. so the reasserting itself, particularly in a lot of cloud so far this morning, employment has been growing. we have greatest chance of some rain here. construction where you have a skills a misty and murky start in some shortage and the pay is up by 4.5%. a record workforce. it has gone up maybe some drizzle in the west, most places. but there are some areas now to 32.7 million. 220,000 jobs will be dry, mild enough tonight a lot of the answer is more of us where we have some sunshine. not so again. some clear skies in the far generated in the three—month period north of scotland, some part of the are working, more women and more in telford, that is from our weather highlands could drop down into low watcher just a short time we are looking at, november to in telford, that is from our weather watcherjust a short time ago. if we older people, for whatever reason it single figures. some brightness here look at the satellite, there are january, more than economists to begin with, but the weather front might be, it might be benefits are some gaps in the cloud, mainly down expected. the obvious question is is on the move into tomorrow, inadequate and it might be morejobs towards eastern areas of england, how can that be happening when last bringing outbreaks of rain towards are available so more women and further north and west, it is quite week i was telling you about an the hebrides and highlands, heavy older people working, and that has cloudy at the moment. in the south economic slowdown? there is an bursts. one or two isolated showers boosted the workforce, but, and east, we have some sunny spells economic slowdown? there is an economic slowdown, we are not growing like weeds too. and yet the crucially, the amount each worker elsewhere, most will be dry. produces has not grown and it has and east, we have some sunny spells and fairly pleasant conditions, such jobs market is doing well. part of sunshine breaking through the cloud as this in cambridgeshire. for the into the afternoon, sunshine will be been falling. that is how you rest of this afternoon, we will the answer is it lags behind the crucial to how high the temperature reconcile the puzzle of the slowdown continue with the sunny spells
gets, but all are well above where and jobs market. andy, thank you. across the south—east, may be some politics. some elements of the we should be for the time of year. sunshine in the north—east of as for thursday, the heavier rain scotland. further west, more economy —like business investment are very continues across the highlands and sunshine in the north—east of scotland. furtherwest, more cloud and outbreaks of drizzle in northern economy —like business investment hebrides, so there is the risk of are very sensitive to political new zealand's prime minister, and outbreaks of drizzle in northern problems and business investment is some minorflooding here, river jacinda ardern, has condemned and western scotland throughout this really low a nd levels will continue to rise. away the gunman who killed 50 people afternoon. there may be some drizzle problems and business investment is really low and has been especially as a terrorist, since we have had the political from that, most will be dry, a murky criminal and extremist. around the coast and hills of wales addressing parliament, uproar over brexit and no deal. but she said she would never start, but some sunshine breaking utter his name in public. and the west of england. maximum through, best of which to the during a special session thejobs uproar over brexit and no deal. but the jobs market is based of parliament, she also called temperatures are around 10—14, eastern high ground, northern milder than it was yesterday. uproar over brexit and no deal. but thejobs market is based on uproar over brexit and no deal. but the jobs market is based on the ireland and eastern england could on social media platforms to do more sentiments of recruiters and to prevent the sharing of videos through tonight, we will continue employers months ago so it is see temperatures hitting up to 17 like the live—stream with quite some cloud, again, misty playing catch up. people were degrees in past of each of scotland. of the christchurch gunman. he sought many things —— in parts of eastern scotland. the from his act of terror, and murky. some fog patches recruiting in september, october, but one was notoriety. and those are the figures we are developing here and there. some rain weather front will make a move into that is why you will never seeing for november to january. do moving southwards across southern scotla nd moving southwards across southern saturday, introducing clearer error, hear me mention his name. scotland and into the lake district you know the areas where recruitment and across to northern ireland. is being made? all over the economy greater chance of sunshine. after he is a terrorist, he is a criminal, the mild conditions continuing with lots of cloud on friday, saturday is he is an extremist, but he will, those are the overnight with record vacancies, something temperatures, 7—9, quite mild. we a greater chance of sunshine, the when i speak, be nameless. like 900,000. there are skills temperatures will drop a little bit, keep the milder theme as we go into though. shortages which causes its own to others, i implore you, wednesday, we can see the air coming problems and the economic law that speak their names of those from the south—west. we have this says if you have a shortage of staff, you have to pay higher, seems speak the names of those weather front, separating the from the south—west. we have this weatherfront, separating the mild airto some to be reasserting itself, weatherfront, separating the mild air to some cold air, which is still particularly in construction where who were lost, rather than the name across parts of northern scotland. you have a skills shortage and the of the man who took them. during wednesday, after any mist and pay is up by 4.5%. a lot of the low cloud, it tends to clear away, he may have sought notoriety, a nswer pay is up by 4.5%. a lot of the answer is more working, more women there will be some sunshine across
but we in new zealand will give him central and eastern parts in and older people are entering the nothing. not even his name. particular again. workforce, for whatever reason, our correspondent, phil mercer, central and eastern parts in particularagain. further central and eastern parts in particular again. further north and west, cloudy and spots of rain, but which might be for example benefits is in christchurch are inadequate or it might be more mild across the board, temperatures and spoke to us earlier. potentially up to 17 degrees in the jobs are available. more women and she said that the fallen south—east of england. high pressure older people working which has will receive justice, dominating the weather across also taking issue with social media boosted the workforce, but companies, facebook in particular. england and wales, but for scotland, crucially, the amount each worker the prime minister arguing that we have this cold front, which will produces has not grown, it has been facebook hasn't done enough to take bring some outbreaks of rain falling and that is how you down the graphic vision reconcile the puzzle of the slowdown that was recorded during one throughout thursday. a strengthening and thejobs reconcile the puzzle of the slowdown of the attacks here on friday. wind here. to the north of that and the jobs market. a protester accused of harassing facebook says that it is using the mp anna soubry at westminster area, still rain and chilly, but to has pleaded not guilty. various tools to identify james goddard also denied one count of racially and remove offensive material, the south, some cloud but bright and aggravated harassment, sunny spells poking through the alarm or distress, and another but the prime minister says that count of harassment, alarm or distress, when he appeared that graphic vision is still online cloud and maximum temperature is at westminster magistrates‘ and it is facebook‘s responsibility about 13—16 for england and wales court this morning. and only eight or nine in the our correspondent, simonjones, to do something about it. we could also see some pushback northern isles. during friday, some from the business community has been giving us the latest. here in new zealand, patches of rain spreading southwards reports that companies are thinking about withdrawing and eastwards, temperatures about james gothard advertising from social media james gotha rd is james gothard is accused of shouting 12-16. and eastwards, temperatures about 12—16. by saturday, it will still be and chanting at anna soubry as she because of the issues similar temperatures for scotland was giving interviews at westminster and northern ireland, for england surrounding that video. and northern ireland, for england and wales, it will turn just a bit to broadcasters about brexit back in colder, temperatures down to about january. he is also accused of we know that a state—owned lottery 10-12. but in new zealand has already done colder, temperatures down to about 10—12. but there should be some pursuing her along the street, sunshine on saturday, goodbye.
so and perhaps more banks loudly and repeatedly demanding she could follow, so certainly social media, the role of social media, a nswer loudly and repeatedly demanding she answer questions. he is said to have and its responsibilities are very much in the spotlight here. filmed her continuously on a mobile phone and he is accused of calling and phil, are some of the bereaved families now able to prepare her a nazi traitor, and scum. he for the first of the burials? they are. denied three counts put to him at the first of the bodies have been released to the families, westminster magistrates‘ court. he that will come as a great said to thejudge, it is not relief for them. westminster magistrates‘ court. he said to the judge, it is not illegal to heckle an mp, all of this is we understand that family members are coming in from many wrong. there were extraordinary different countries, given that the trauma scenes at court. after 15 minutes inflicted on christchurch, into the proceedings, a number of the ripples of which spread to many many different countries. victims from pakistan, people in the public gallery started shouting. some of them telling james afghanistan, turkey, gothard he needed to sack his lawyer fiji and many other countries, so certainly relatives from some and others chanting anna soubry is a of those countries coming here and we could see the first nazi. thejudge left of the burials tomorrow, wednesday. and others chanting anna soubry is a nazi. the judge left the court, having adjourned proceedings and as for the survivors, there was then a lengthy delay. 50 people injured suffering after a while, the proceedings resumed and at that stage, a trial various gunshot wounds. date was set for the trial that will we understand that about 30 people last two days and that date is going remain in hospital and nine of those to happen injuly. mr gothard was
are in a critical condition. cheered by supporters as he left the now it's time for a look court, with many camera crews at the weather with simon king. watching what was happening. the mathematician karen uhlenbeck we have cloud across the uk but it has become the first woman is breaking up in places and we have to win the abel prize, which is also called the nobel sunshine coming through and prize for mathematics. certainly across eastern parts of uhlenbeck has been awarded 6 million norweigan kroner — england there is good spells of which is £530,000 — sunshine and this is the scene and for her work in the fields of gauge while ago in east sussex. we will theory and geometric analysis, which have been credited with having far—reaching impact continue with sunny spells across the east of england, north—east scotla nd the east of england, north—east scotland eventually getting in both mathematics and physics. brightness in the afternoon. elsewhere, remaining cloudy. there could be spots of drizzle on western now it‘s time for a look at the weather. coast and up to the north and west we can cross the newsroom to matt taylor. of scotland, maximum temperatures up to 12-14. of scotland, maximum temperatures up to 12—14. tonight, staying cloudy and murky conditions. there will be hello. we got there eventually! very hilland and murky conditions. there will be hill and coastal fog and still some good morning. very pleasant and not rain, moving south in southern just today but the next few days. a scotla nd rain, moving south in southern scotland to the lake district. lot of cloud and it is thick enough
overnight temperatures 7—9. a mild for further lot of cloud and it is thick enough forfurther rain lot of cloud and it is thick enough night into wednesday, which will be for further rain and drizzle particularly in the north and west rather cloudy. there will be sunny of scotland. the odd spot elsewhere spells developing and turning mild in the west. with sunshine, for many with temperatures around temperatures up to 13—14. tonight, 14-17. the thickest of the cloud will be in a weak weather front across scotland, northern england and northern ireland and either side of that there could be gaps in the cloud and it will make it cold in the north of scotland but for many it should be a mild night and frost free into tomorrow and it is a date that will get warmer. cloudy across northern england, scotland and northern ireland. it will brighten up northern ireland. it will brighten up is thicker cloud pushes northwards, producing heavy rain in the highlands and some of the northern and western isles. when the sunshine break through across england and wales, 16—17 possible. mild on thursday and friday.