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this is bbc news — hello, you‘re watching this is bbc news — hello, you‘re watching our latest headlines. afternoon live — i‘m simon mccoy. our latest headlines. afternoon live — i‘m simon mccoy. under new online regulations, today at 3pm... theresa may has met her cabinet 24 today at 4pm. tech companies could be fined theresa may will travel to berlin theresa may sits down hours before she heads for brexit or blocked if they fail to protect and paris tomorrow to press the case children — campaigners say with her cabinet, 24 hours before talks in france and germany — for a brexit extension — hello, you're watching as the government outlines more afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. the plans would make she heads for talks in france meanwhile tory pro—brexit mps today at 2pm. britain a ‘world pioneer‘. plot another vote of no of its offer to labour and germany, while tory pro—brexit for a compromise deal. internet sites carrying harmful theresa may sits down mps plot another vote of no confidence in her leadership. meanwhile in dublin — content — including child abuse with her cabinet 2a hours before the irish prime minister, she heads for talks in france confidence in her leadership. leo varadkar is meeting the eu‘s and terrorist propaganda — under new online regulations, chief negotiatior, michel barnier — could be blocked orfined, and germany — whilst tory pro—brexit now that the situation has clearly tech companies could be fined to discuss the latest under new government plans. mps plot another vote of no changed, and we are threatened with or blocked if they fail to protect children — campaigners say brexit developments. confidence in her leadership. a customs union, completely against the plans would make a new pollution charge britain a ‘world pioneer‘. internet sites carrying harmful content — to many social media firms still begins in london — our own manifesto, i‘m arguing that including child abuse and terrorist drivers of older, dirtier vehicles a new pollution charge propaganda — could be seem to think that they can get away are paying more to drive collea g u es our own manifesto, i‘m arguing that colleagues should be given a chance begins in london — blocked or fined, under to test their confidence in the drivers of older, dirtier vehicles in the centre of the capital with providing the service without prime minister again. are paying more to drive in the centre of the capital providing the protection for users. new government plans. internet sites carrying harmful content — a british woman is facing two years including child abuse and terrorist sport now on afternoon propaganda — could be in prison in dubai — live with olly foster. blocked or fined, under for a facebook post, calling her the issue of racism in football new government plans. theresa may sits down is once again a big talking to many social media firms still too many social media firms with her cabinet, 2a hours before she heads for talks in france point? seem to many social media firms still seem to think that they can get away ex—husband‘s new wife a horse. still seem to think that they can get away with providing the service and germany — whilst tory pro—brexit without mps plot another vote of no with providing the service without providing the protection for users. confidence in her leadership. sport now on afternoon a new pollution charge begins providing the protection for users. live with olly foster. a new pollution charge in london — drivers of older, the issue of racism in football begins in london — dirtier vehicles are paying more drivers of older, dirtier vehicles to drive in the centre a new pollution charge continues to be a big talking are paying more to drive begins in london — point? in the centre of the capital. of the capital. drivers of older, dirtier vehicles coming up on afternoon live we spoke about danny rose and his are paying more to drive coming up on afternoon live all the sport — olly. in the centre of the capital. dissolutions. they were two arrests coming up on afternoon live it is still semi final hangover, is all the sport — with olly foster. after incidents over the weekend. all the sport — with olly foster. it? it was a fantastic weekend, fa another massive week of football, there was one incident of online we have heard from raheem sterling abuse of a footballer he handed simon. champions league quarterfinal in the last half an hour or so, two arrests after racism incident at
cup semifinals, the grand national, is almost upon us. tottenham, speaking about raising awareness of now we look ahead to a massive week of football. the champions league liverpool and city have been holding himself into police and was racism in football, and he says he news co nfe re nces doesn‘t think that walking off the subsequently arrested. a man was liverpool and city have been holding news conferences today, and that quarterfinals, including that all arrested at a match in brentford issue of racism in the game has been the weekend. danny rose said he pitch is the answer. talk to you english clash between spurs and against derby for racially abusing a addressed again. thanks olly, and we‘ll bejoining feels disillusioned by the authorities, a lack of progress in city. great, talk to you later, player in the dugout. it is really a you for a full update later, orly, and tomasz schafernaker just after half—past. tackling the issue. he has been looking at the weather. a day of and tomasz schafernaker tomas, that looks nice. may it does, has all the weather. racially abused more than once down a mixed day today, blue skies for contrast out there. and in london at the years. he says he cannot see —— the moment it is cloudy, around 12 some of us enjoying a beautiful day, very well talked about topic, an some of us, the downpour for others, some of us enjoying a beautiful day, some spring weather, sunny sky but degrees. a few miles to the north it issue where there are some and towards the end of the week it wait to see the back of racism. his for others, downpour. quite hit and high—profile news conferences under looks as though it is turning a is nearly 20. i will explain in half way as we speak. looking at danny manager today has been speaking as an hour. little bit colder again. spurs prepare to face manchester miss. also coming up... city tomorrow night. some massive thanks, tomasz. matches this week. danny rose should also coming up — also coming up — thieves use thieves use a digger rose‘s team, tottenham hotspur, his also coming up — thieves use a digger to steal a cash machine a digger to steal a cash machine to steal a cash machine start in that match. from a county londonderry shop in from a county londonderry shop manager has since peaking in the last hour. his been taking training from a county londonderry shop in the latest of a spate of atm thefts. in the latest of a the latest of a spate of atm thefts. spate of atm thefts. with his team, preparing for their massive quarterfinal in europe tomorrow against manchester city. he said rose has the platform to speak out and he says that is a big hello everyone — this is afternoon live — i‘m simon mccoy. hello everyone — this positive. how many people cannot say this is afternoon live, i‘m simon anything but only go home and cry? theresa may will travel to berlin rose, should start in that match, is afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. and paris tomorrow — he was training today, social media companies to meet german chancellor, pochettino says that his player has mccoy. angela merkel, and france‘s the capacity and the platform could see their services blocked — president macron ahead the government has sent another and senior managers held personally danny rose‘s team it also spoke of an emergency eu summit to speak out which is a reeal document to the labour party liable — under new government plans in brussels on wednesday. positive , he says "how many people outlining its latest position today, saying he was racially abused on the cross party talks. designed to safeguard cannot say anything, sources have told the bbc that people using the internet. in proposals published this morning, earlier on in the season. he says but only go home and cry? that is a thing that i hate theresa may has not yet offered ministers suggest a new code they almost stick together, fight the uk is due to leave
of conduct for internet firms, the european union on friday. and i will do everything to accept labour‘s demand in my power to try to stop." together and protect the players who here, labour says it‘s still waiting of a customs union. enforced by a watchdog. receive racism. with those two to learn whether the government the prime minister has been will put forward proposals that all british quarterfinal meeting her ministers this lunchtime the consultation comes which could break the is the pick of the matches, amid rising public concern impasse over brexit. liverpool were finallists last as she tries to resolve the deadlock. about the availability talks failed to reach agreement last season and have possibly the easiest tomorrow she will head to france of harmful material online. route to the semi—finals, they face but critics say the plans week after three days and germany to meet leaders threaten freedom of speech. of meetings, and were heavily porto in the first leg tomorrow, emmanuel macron and angela merkel, here's our media editor, amol rajan. criticised by some conservatives , they beat the portuguese in the last before wednesday‘s but downing street said summit of eu leaders. arrests over the weekend, we are it was hopeful that further talks ani)a downing street spokeswoman 16 last year. said that discussions with labour going to hear a lot more from the would take place later today. on a potential compromise managers addressing the issue. deal were continuing. over the past few years, as far as the title race, a our political correspondent, the tech giants have come under sustained pressure to clean nick eardley, joins me now. our development is incredible up their act. thrilling end to that? especially in this tournament. we terrorist propaganda such there is no rest at all for the he is in westminster. overshadowing our political correspondent, as the live broadcast of a recent nick eardley, joins me now from westminster. attack in new zealand football. we got all this european we are getting some idea where we used every step we made last year to champions league over the next few all of this, there is a clock going are with these talks. where are we? have caused horror. nights but there is another much it seems like there has been some this evening. so tight, three points improve and boys grew but the so, too, have stories challenges they were facing, it is movement from the government, but about child grooming online, to can talk. yes, absolutely, and the appalling death separating third place. spurs in not enough yet to lead to some white of 14—year—old molly russell, because remember the default is if who took her own life after seeing nothing else is agreed we leave the massive. we had the european bride images of self—harm on instagram — smoke topping up from any meeting european union without a deal on which is owned by facebook — which was brilliant until barcelona between theresa may and jeremy third, manchester united and first corbyn in the next few days will prompted an outcry. friday. speaking to mps around here, the actress and campaigner most think something will come out and the champions league was exactly stop let‘s talk through some of the key things labour are asking for, domenique fragale lost her friend, of those talks in brussels on the same. there‘s a lot of much more when she killed herself and second. it is four into two go and where the government is on that. after being bullied online. wednesday, that some kind of she thinks this white paper positive moments in this competition should have come sooner. extension to the brexit process will labour‘s big ask is a customs union. for the remaining spots. chelsea a lot of messages were being sent than negative and of course that the suggestion is this new document to her, and they were encouraging would leapfrog arsenal into fourth be agreed. but the big thing helps a team. that has been passed between the two her to kill herself, actually. if they draw at home to west ham eve ryo ne be agreed. but the big thing everyone is watching here today is and because of that, whether there will be any white sides, which adamantly we have not tonight. when, they will go there i wish i'd known. above spurs as well. smoke in those talks between the seen sides, which adamantly we have not seen before, doesn‘t go as far as i wish she could speak out to me, labour wants. the other thing labour government and the labour party. or she could actually contact labour saying the government has to
the platforms and say, this season is coming to a thrilling are asking for is that the political you know, this is happening. do more, has to offer something declaration, the bit on the future help me. what do i do? concrete on the political climax? it really is. the relegation relationship, the non—legally declaration, the bit about the binding bit that still has to be thrashed out with europe, labour issueis future. we don‘t know for sure if climax? it really is. the relegation issue is pretty much done. two teams wa nt thrashed out with europe, labour those talks are even going to are already down from the penny want that reopened, to get some of early but the fight for the top the promises that are made into that they are a very dangerous team continue this afternoon but we were this long—delayed white paper because in the season, they looked document. the suggestion is the is broad in scope and bold expecting some sort of documents to four, just three points separates in its recommendations. be passed to labour from the government is moving in that for the first time, oversight able to have consistency but they of the internet will be area team direction, and might be open to entrusted to a regulator. able to have consistency but they are a team of high quality. so in government offering some sort of spurs and manchester united. a statutory duty of care to protect question second will be tied up by that, so that could be good news for the single match, they can be very proposal. there is a lot of pressure manchester city and liverpool. users will be enforced. and there is a potential for heavy on theresa may and jeremy corbyn labour. there is concern within the fines to be administered. but many details remain unclear, dangerous. it is a difficult match. from their respective parties. a lot chelsea just need to avoid labour. there is concern within the labour party... i am going to dublin which is why there's now of mps unhappy at some of the things defeat at home to west ham tonight a 12—week consultation. to move back into the top four, because leo varadkar that are being discussed. on the labour party... i am going to dublin because leo va radkar and labour party... i am going to dublin because leo varadkar and michel barnier are giving that news too many social media firms the hammers haven‘t won at stamford bridge in conference. i want to say i am very still seem to think that they can the league since 2002. steph houghton will miss tomorrow‘s conservative side, brexiteer is get away with providing the service warm up match against spain because pleased once again to welcome michel without providing the protection ofa groin warm up match against spain because for users, that anyone furious that the pm might pivot a barnier ahead of the brexit task who challenges them must be some force to dublin once again for kind of luddite who just doesn't bit towards labour‘s position, which talks. as you know, michel barnier understand the modern world, of a groin injury. would mean a closer relationship they are really a very dangerous that a little progress here and there is acceptable with the eu than the one the tea m while countless people, they are really a very dangerous team because in the season, they their lives are being destroyed. government has been proposing. one is in dublin as part of his head of enough. horeton will be one of several looked able to have consistency. changes for head coach phil neville, after england‘s 1—0 of the brexiteers, mark francois, is eu capitals talk and a special defeat to canada on friday. saying there should be another vote they are a team with high quality. meeting of the european council this england play further friendlies of confidence in the prime minister, aginst denmark and new zealand, wednesday in brussels. he also met before their first world cup group let‘s have a listen. game against scotland so in the single match, they can be on the 9th ofjune. very dangerous. it is a difficult barry middleton has announced his earlier with the minister of retirement from international internet companies have taken huge hockey. finance. as you know, president tusk steps to protect people middleton is great match. from harmful content online, britain and england england lionesses skipper has scheduled the european council and they want to do more of that. hockey‘s most capped player, steph horeton will miss tomorrow
having played 432 times nigths world cup warm—up match meeting in light of prime minister they are investing in systems and scored 119 goals. well, i think there are against spain because of a groin to take down content and investing very many mps across injury. may's recent request for a further in teams to scan for content the party, by no meansjust horeton will be one of several extension of article 50. we discuss he played in four olympic games, and remove harmful images. four world cups, eight brexiteers, who are extremely changes for head coach the next stage is getting european championships and four concerned that the prime minister is phil neville, after england‘s 1—0 to a regulatory regime now considering doing a deal with a defeat to canada on friday. development is in the united with the government to help commonwealth games. marxist. england play further friendlies kingdom, including the cross—party if we had known that when we have talks now under way. prime minister the confidence vote back aginst denmark and new zealand, may's request and the assurances she companies do that. before christmas, i'm sure very many before their first world cup group he was in the team thatjust missed more colleagues would have voted provides us in her letter. we both game against scotland out on bronze in 2012. against. so now that the situation has welcomed the prime minister's on the 9th ofjune. the government hasn't yet decided clearly changed and we are whether it will set up threatened with a customs union a new regulator or entrust this work completely against our own manifesto 16 years after he made statement about the withdrawal his england debut, agreement, which includes a protocol to an existing watchdog, it's out on bronze in 2012. it‘s been amazing for me to play in i am arguing that colleagues should barry middleton has retrired on ireland and the backstop, is not such as ofcom. be given the chance to test their children's charities so many places and makes many from international hockey. want tough penalties. now is the time to act, confidence in the prime minister again. he‘s great britain up on ireland and the backstop, is not up for renegotiation and that the so that is the conservative side, and englands hockey‘s cross—party discussions are focusing and the uk has an opportunity now. most capped player, having played on the future relationship. the friends and go to tenements. if if we see statutory regulation, you‘re going to have to pick a pressure onjeremy corbyn too from 432 times and scored 119 goals. that will be the uk going further couple out, it‘s winning something some of his mps, saying don‘t do it, european union has always said that, and faster than any other country which was massive for us as a don‘t get involved with what they should the united kingdom change its in the world to tackle online harms. he played in four olympic games, red lines, that we would be prepared country in that group that did that are calling a hard tory brexit. four world cups, eight that can only be a good thing, let‘s chat to one labour mp now, and that will fundamentally ensure european championships and four to amend the political declaration in 2009. a special feeling and for on the future relationship. i am that we can see really a game stephen doughty, a supporter of commonwealth games. changer in terms of he was in the team thatjust missed protections for children. another referendum. what is going also aware that the uk will prepare me, london and the hague world cup on? is your party about to get out on olympic bronze in 2012 that we had were both released for the european parliament brexit over the line? i think it is but did claim commonwelath elections, and will hold them, passionately because they were home very important there are talks going bronze last year. including in northern ireland, if it on, that is the crucial thing before is not out of the european union by to me. the council. if we had been in some 22nd of may. i sincerely hope that the new rules would apply to any company that allow people to share sort of limbo situation that would not have been good for anybody. it it's it‘s been amazing for me to play will be possible to build sufficient or discover user—generated content, or to interact with others. now we‘ve seen some vbad misses is early days yet, it is very clear hockeyin it‘s been amazing for me to play while facebook welcomes hockey in so many places and makes the proposals in principle, in football down the years. many friends. if your going to have consensus in westminster to enable they say any new rules must protect this one might be the what labour is expecting out of ratification of the withdrawal innovation and freedom of speech. best — or worst yet. agreement and an orderly brexit
critics say applying the same rules those talks but may be some days yet two pick a couple out, it‘s this is in a ligue un before we get an answer. do you thereafter. from ireland's to companies of such varying size match where psg had obviously winning something was will favour those few companies that the chance to wrap up think there is any prospect of there massive for us as a country in that the title nice and early. being white smoke from downing perspective, we are open to can afford staff to oversee now the shot was going street or from the leader of the group did that in 2009. a special extending the deadline to allow time compliance, so entrenching the power of big tech. in until fomer stoke forward opposition‘s office before for these discussions to run their amol rajan, bbc news. erik chu—po motting somehow manages feeling and then for me, london and course and come to a conclusion. wednesday? i would not expect to stop the ball crossing the line. above all, we want the withdrawal we‘re talking not a yard anything today, and that is why we or two but inches. the hague world cup that we had were you can let us know what you think will need a longer extension, both really special. they were home agreement to be ratified so the he literallyjust had to not touch regardless of what comes out of negotiations can begin on the future the ball and it would have about any of these stories we are those talks or any future indicative been the winning goal. tenements for me. you can tell from covering. text me, tweet me, hashtag votes there needs to be time to relationship, and on building a new economic and security partnership me with afternoon live, whatever you enable that to go forward, sol between the uk and the european votes there needs to be time to enable that to go forward, so i am hopeful that other european leaders the backdrop, he was speaking from union that's as close as can be australia there earlier today. want. he did score the proper goal but he will make that space. the government achieved. a no deal exit would be theresa may will travel also kept that one out that would to berlin and paris tomorrow has had two years and did not reach to meet german chancellor, have wrapped up the title. luckily out during that time, these talks damaging for everyone, for the angela merkel, and france's have only been going on for a matter president macron ahead for them, there 20 points clear so united kingdom, ireland and the of an emergency eu summit of days so it's important they have european union. we also exchanged in brussels on wednesday. they will pub immediate next the uk is due to leave time to be able to conclude the european union on friday. views on the length of a possible positively. you are a supporter of here, labour says it's still waiting extension and i look forward to to learn whether the government weekend. will put forward proposals another referendum, what message are discussing this further with my eu which could break the impasse over brexit. you and your colleagues giving to counterparts at the european council talks failed to reach agreement last jeremy corbyn over any brexit deal on wednesday, and i will be speaking he could agree with the pm?” week after three days of meetings, to some on the phone today and and were heavily criticised by some jeremy corbyn over any brexit deal conservatives, but downing street leo varadkar says the aim of the tomorrow. there will of course be said it was hopeful that further he could agree with the pm? i was pleased to sign the letter, from meeting is to take stock of different views but i am confident developments in london to these many colleagues, all different pictures are short time ago, the that we will reach agreement. talks would take place later today. cctv footage of the latest atm backgrounds, saying we expect a theft shows the raiders confirmatory vote to be part of those talks. that is certainly the meeting of michel barnier with leo however, given the ongoing using a digger to remove the machine and drive off with it message we have had from jeremy, uncertainty, we need to continue our in just over four minutes. keirstarmerand varadkar. the uk currently due to our brussels correspondent, adam message we have had from jeremy, keir starmer and others involved of preparations for no deal. that's
fleming, is in luxembourg today. shop owners are seeking urgent talks the talks, and that will be a exactly what we are doing. so we with the police to discuss leave the eu on friday and as yet, what they describe as a crisis over crucial red line for many of us. we also discussed contingency planning adam, of course she has to go and can agree a deal but it is crucial no withdrawal agreement has been the thefts. the latest incident at eu level and domestic level for happened in dungiven, that goes back to the people. there made. theresa may requesting a meet the european leaders, the meeting with angela merkel should be are others in your party totally further extension, she is meeting no deal. here at home, we've reasonably 0k, meeting with angela merkel should be reasonably ok, but the one with county londonderry, at the weekend. against another referendum. another the french president and angela emmanuel macron, that could be quite intensified our planning and letter last week, 25 labour mp merkel tomorrow. during his dublin implementation. the brexit omnibus meeting, shall bernie is meeting bill has been enacted and signed 4:15 yesterday morning. this filling saying don‘t do it under any awkward? yes, because emmanuel station in dungiven. it took around into law by the president. we've put circumstances, jeremy corbyn don‘t macron of france is one of the simon coveney as well as pascal leaders who is asking the most get involved with another four minutes to get the atm out of referendum. what makes you think in place financial assistance for questions about whether any the wall. and then into a waiting jeremy corbyn is listening to you business and farmers. advice has extensions to the brexit process donohue. this is not a surprise quys jeremy corbyn is listening to you guys more jeremy corbyn is listening to you guys more than them? because it has been made available to businesses, would make any difference, and also van. and away. it is quite shocking been said very clearly by him, john resource and infrastructure whether there should be any because this is a continuation of requirements are being put in place conditions attached to the uk if it mcdonnell, keir starmer, emily the theme of solidarity between the at the ports and airports. we also because everyone uses the atm thornberry, other members of the stays in the eu for longer. and what discussed in the case of no deal how machine here. if it keeps going the shadow cabinet that a confirmatory eu and ireland. we are awaiting that imean by vote has to be part of this. best to meet our shared objectives stays in the eu for longer. and what i mean by that is the eu has some way it is going, they will be whatever happened to these talks we need to take a step back now. of protecting the good friday big decisions coming up. next year nowhere left can do anything. this use conference. we are awaiting the they will have to finally decide and whatever is agreed between labour was the latest in a series of recent and the government or the government agreement, on which our peace is atm thefts. other rural towns have putting forward another plan, we founded, and also protecting the approve of their next long—term have to look at the legitimacy for question, what is going on, coming integrity of the single market and budget which will last for seven from both these men because that is the customs union, and our economic that, and there is a risk that it is yea rs budget which will last for seven years and the summer they will be seen what we want to know. those talks selecting a new president of the been targeted. last week, criminals that, and there is a risk that it is seen by levers and remainers in 2016 is not what they voted for and i european commission, so pretty big struck here and a bank in also being model, ourjobs and businesses and things, and you can find quite a few think there is a fundamental are continuing in london and the question of legitimacy for any deal cabinet meeting between theresa may prosperity is founded. i contacted robbed. shop owners say they feel going forward, needs to go back to countries around here wondering under siege and they want police to and her team at lunchtime today as the commission on this has whether the uk should really have a do more. we need to see the police well. that clock is ticking until the people, let them have the final intensified. i know the european say in those decisions or as a say. thanks very much. i should say friday, which the moment, is when commission and other eu states fully redouble their efforts and catch there has been a trickle of cabinet departing member state its hands these guys and put them in front of ministers going in and out of the uk leaves the eu. we will be understand these issues and are should be tied a little and its supportive and constructive about these guys and put them in front of the courts and hopefully in jail for downing street today. we think they taking you to use conference as soon finding a way forward. and should no influence should be reduced. it is a long time. either police doing are getting some sort of update on as it gets under way.
what the prime minister‘s planning deal arise, it will be a shared enough? i don‘t doubt the individual next, with brexit, no meetings a british woman is facing there the discussions are moving, commitment of the officers working confirmed with the labour party yet challenge. finally, iwant rather than should there be an prison in dubai because of comments on the atm task group. i know they so we confirmed with the labour party yet so we will have to keep asking what she posted on facebook more than two deal arise, it will be a shared challenge. finally, i want to offer extension at all or should it be a years ago, calling her my appreciation once again to michel are completed dedicated and is going on? we ask that every hour former husband an ‘idiot‘ barnier and to his team for their determined to catch these gangs. and his new wife a ‘horse‘. matter of weeks or months, maybe of every day. we do try and get laleh sharavesh — what we want to really examine is, who lives in london — even a year. it is on the was arrested when she visited dubai can the psn i collectively do more a nswe rs , of every day. we do try and get answers, as well. nick, thank you last month to attend a funeral. solidarity with ireland throughout conditionality, as diplomats call very much. in the next hour, the the brexit negotiations, including she‘s accused of breaking it. here in luxembourg, there has with this? builders and digger the country‘s strict cyber crime been a meeting of foreign affairs owners are also being asked to do laws, as richard lister reports. in this most recent phase. thank you very much and i will ask michel to chief negotiator of the eu michel ministers, they are all getting into more to secure diggers overnight. say a few words. thank you very their vans and cars to leave now. barnier is meeting with the laleh shahravesh brought her teenage taoiseach of ireland, leo varadkar. daughter back to the uk jeremy hunt the foreign secretary from dubai three years ago. was here and has spoken to quite a soon after, she got much, leo, for your news that her husband say a few words. thank you very much, leo, foryour kind say a few words. thank you very lot of his counterparts on the now, earlier in the programme in the uae was divorcing her. much, leo, for your kind words. we we heard that social media companies sidelines and quite a lot of those. could see their services blocked — our ireland correspondent, months later, she saw on facebook have made a collective work with all and senior managers held emma vardy, is in dublin. is this about a show of solidarity? that he‘d got remarried. personally liable — under new government plans designed in a fit of anger, she posted, the services of the commission and to safeguard people using the internet. "you married a horse, you idiot". in proposals published this morning, it will be with ireland, as the eu in total trust and confidence with you use the word conditionality. ministers suggest a new code a few weeks ago, the member states and with the of conduct for internet firms, has shown all along, but we are her ex—husband died. time you came back to london for a enforced by a watchdog. really getting to a crunch point ms shahravesh and her daughter european parliament, so, ladies and while i think. lots of talk about let‘s get more on this now now. the eu, michel barnier will arrived in dubai for the funeral, the time pressure, and european with social media consultant, but were detained as the police gentlemen, good afternoon. i am matt nevara who joins wa nt reassu ra nces over responded to a complaint now. the eu, michel barnier will want reassurances over that border conundrum, which is still hanging in from the woman she‘d insulted. delighted to be back in dublin. it us from bristol. elections are looming over this the air. how will ireland ensure is now my fifth visit to ireland as her daughterflew home, do you broadly welcome this? very there is no hard border with the eu while ms shahravesh awaits because the uk are saying the eu will have to take part. yes, so that much so, it has been a long time and yet still preserve what is a court appearance. coming. the uk is taking a good her emotional state is really, chief negotiator, and i always look called the integrity of the single was what was the basis of a decision market? that means those stick really terrible, really, forward to coming back, and i'm not first step of putting his plans into and i‘ve spoken to her daughter, last time theresa may spoke to eu place overall, i think it‘s a good dash—mac strict eu rules. anything her sisters and mother. the whole family is suffering mentioning my last visit, where i
leaders, it was made very clear that thing. other countries have made tremendously as a result of this. witnessed at first hand the depth of entering the republic of ireland, it if your country stays in the eu similar steps but this would make as the foreign office is in contact is entering 26 other countries in with the authorities after 23 rd if your country stays in the eu after 23rd of may you will have to in the uae about this case, irish resilience, as demonstrated by a pioneer, would it? in some ways it the eu as well and by eu rules, participate in the elections for the would do because the level and the and says it‘s supporting the family. broad scope of what is going on in there goods need to be checked. leo its travel advice on the country european parliament. and the reason your rugby team against france. the eu 27 are being so, you get to terms of this white paper is great. varadkar, the irish prime minister, does warn about the dangers still needs to provide reassurances of criticising people in the uae to michel barnier about how those goods will be checked whilst keeping online and says there can be an open border, that the meeting serious penalties there for things today, as the taoiseach has rightly later in the summer, the uk has not germany, for example, is quite today will also have one eye keeping said, i have had good meetings with taken part in the elections, the focused on one part of the issue and which are not illegal in the uk. very close eye on the development in european parliament is sitting, we are seeing that in other the taoiseach, simon coveney, ellen there are no british meps in there jamie haren from stirling and asa countries, whereas this is a much was sentenced to a three—month jail mckinty and minister pascal donohue. there are no british meps in there and as a result there is a cloud of london, looking at those suspicion over every decision that broader range of things it plans to conversations between the term in dubai for touching a man‘s conservatives and labour, and there the european parliament is involved tackle. principally this is about isa hip in a crowded bar. conservatives and labour, and there is a lot of hope really between the and i want once again to thank you, m, the european parliament is involved in, which comes back to those big he was freed after the decisions that are going to be made social networks acting more quickly eu and ireland that that could still foreign office intervened. prove to deliver some sort of leo, to thank your government, your about the budget and the european if there is a problem. there is a it also worked for the release commission president. and that is resolution that could then be of matthew hedges, an academic transparency sheet the moment? there rubber—stamped by the eu. but of imprisoned on espionage charges why eu leaders said at their last in the uae who was eventually team, to thank the irish members of is. there is a trust issue as well, course if it does not, then ireland summit if you are in the eu after and the rest of the eu will be pardoned in november. the european parliament also for their trust and for their support 23rd of may, you have to be in those potentially with facebook. in terms considering theresa may‘s request of transparency, there needs to be our diplomats in the uae have more of it. one of the things of foran elections. there is a little twist, considering theresa may‘s request for an extension. now we know there enormous experience in dealing all along this extraordinary and are some differences of opinion because the european council, where this paper is about having more with concealer cases, very complex negotiation. the aim of among other eu countries but for transparency and yes, it will apply as we saw with matthew hedges, the member states are represented as ireland‘s part at least it is and so she is getting the best to these companies to act more our meetings today was first and countries, their legal advice says possible service from the fco. quickly to tackle the problems. that expected ireland would back a long you could actually have the uk will be a challenge for them, more than 1.5 million british people foremost to take stock of the latest extension, simply because ireland is something this white paper sets out so extension, simply because ireland is so exposed to the effects of brexit visit the uae every year, staying in until the end ofjune, developments in london, and to that they need to do. they won't be and doesn‘t want to be staring at a discuss wednesday's european council
the beginning ofjuly, not taking but few will be aware of the local a lot of sympathy for them. they all cliff edge, at a no—deal brexit, pa rt the beginning ofjuly, not taking part in the elections, because the laws they might break. make a reasonable amount of money, there must be a way to sort this which could have such a severe in brussels, as convened by donald new meps don't it take up their economic impact on ireland almost dubai looks to a lot of people tusk. as you all know, there are like las vegas on sea, seats until 2nd ofjuly. that is out? yes, lessons, this is a global overnight. very important but what goes in vegas most that legal advice that the uk was conversations to be taking place certainly doesn‘t go relying on when they made their case today between the eu‘s chief in the united arab emirates. intensive cross— party discussions ongoing in london as we speak. we foran relying on when they made their case for an extension to the 30th of negotiator michel barnier and the thousands of british holiday—makers product like facebook that has a june. so i wonder could that be will have woken up in hotel rooms huge platform and does a lot of good irish prime minister leo varadkar, must and we want to respect the uk's thrown back into the mix and could and then all of that of course will in dubai this morning having broken set things up for that eu summit on the law because they stayed we see a situation where the eu says for the world and dismissing the night with somebody parliamentary debate. the house of problems that no other companies wednesday. there is a huge irony of the opposite gender 0k, we see a situation where the eu says ok, you could stay in until 30th of have faced before so in that sense i commons is trying to decide how it to whom they are not married. june, but if you don't take part in have faced before so in that sense i here, because the issue for theresa sees its future relationship with the european elections on 23rd of have sympathy for them but at the may and getting her deal through has laleh shahravesh now faces the eu. we all hope that these talks same time you‘re right, they are a possible fine of £50,000 may, then you are definitely, been the irish backstop, exactly the and two years injail. definitely, definitely out on the profiting from their successes and same question, how do you have an these fishes are big issues globally will produce a positive outcome. i open border when they can‘t be? and 30th ofjune, that is the ultimate so it is important that they are cliff edge, or do we have a seen so it is important that they are seen to take action and this the irony here is leo varadkar on a fatal accident inquiry situation where the eu says to the into the clutha helicopter crash have said many times before that we regulation is making it more friday may have to show how it is uk you can leave early if you want has begun in glasgow. but if you are staying in past 23rd ten people died and 31 mandatory. what will they have to done. exactly, it is almost that others were injured, of may, you are taking part in those when a police helicopter crashed do, when you say take action, what into the roof of the clutha bar can be much more ambitious in our elections, no ifs, no buts, no intractable problem we keep coming in the city in november 2013. does that mean? it is more of what future relationship with the uk. the matter how weird it may feel in the back to. the irish government has james shaw reports ukfor matter how weird it may feel in the uk for those elections to take place suggested to avoid checks on the political declaration provides for a was not that seems quite a strong we have seen already so acting more it was an unheard—of disaster. range of outcomes, including a irish border, the land border bottom line. the viewer may be quickly and more collaborative with between northern ireland and the customs union. we are ready to make across this, i'm not, one minute you republic of ireland, to have checks a police helicopter crashing different agencies, it‘s going to be onto a pub packed with people giving tools to users and educating at ports instead, that would mean are in strasbourg, then brussels, in the centre of glasgow. this clearer if it helps, and this users as well about how to use their goods perhaps being checked as they then luxembourg, what's going on? my products and reducing some of the come into belfast port for example, this inquiry has been a long time but that is exactly what there was problems on how this content is coming, but at last the loved ones work can be done extremely quickly.
job title is brussels reporter, to so but that is exactly what there was distributed. it will also be around so much opposition to over the of those who died can hope to know convey the fact that i cover the eu making sure that there are seen to backstop, because then that creates the full facts of what happened that of course, our discussions today are institutions rather than going if you like a border down the irish across europe to do earthquakes and night in november five years ago. elections and things like that. ta ke making sure that there are seen to take action at the right time and at sea. there would also need to be also focused on what would happen in all rise. ireland ina however, the eu institutions aren't the right speed. it is going to be alignment between northern ireland it began with an opening also focused on what would happen in ireland in a possible no deal and the rest of the single market statement from the sheriff exclusively based in brussels. get building upon what they are trying for that to enable goods to flow in charge of the inquiry. scenario. i know that my friend to achieve, much work incentive to the european parliament in north and south, and for that to strasbourg once a month, in fact it work properly, and that was all the at 22 minutes past 10 on the evening was twice this month, so that's why philip horgan, also discussed this act and they will be penalties if things which upset the dup, northern of friday the 29th of november 2013, point from agriculture and trade i'm in strasbourg sometimes, and they don‘t. point from agriculture and trade then in april, june and october, the act and they will be penalties if ireland‘s democratic unionist party a helicopter then carrying out point of view earlier today in they don't. good to talk to you, thank you for your time. and many of the brexiteers in operations on behalf westminster too. so we are coming of police scotland crashed european council meets here in brussels. they have been intensive luxembourg, and it is the meeting of back to the same old problems if you through the roof of the clutha bar the foreign affairs ministers, and like, but all those pledges remain, in stockwell street, glasgow. so the foreign affairs ministers, and so it is april, so it's in discussions between our teams over to keep that open border, something internet sites before the evidence commences, the past weeks. our goal is to luxembourg. it's good for the air carrying harmful content — including child abuse and terrorist the uk, the eu and ireland has it is fitting that we pause propaganda — could be miles. adam, ishall talk blocked or fined, under and remember those who died luxembourg. it's good for the air miles. adam, i shall talk to you later, thank you very much.“ new government plans. promised. but ireland has been as a result of the accident protect the good friday agreement, theresa may holds a mini—summit — on the 29th of november 2013. miles. adam, i shall talk to you later, thank you very much. if i've got any. if he got them, he nearly as tory pro—brexit mps organise pretty tight—lipped, the irish government, about how exactly it a vote of no confidence in her — intends to do that, because would those of you who are able peace on this island, and the said, but the violin was not 24 hours before she heads for talks everything poised at such a to please stand now and observe in france and germany. sensitive time, the government a minute's silence. a new pollution charge doesn‘t really want to show its hand integrative single market. it is not begins in london — if you like and say it is how we are an easy task, but i am confident, i playing. drivers of older, dirtier vehicles our political correspondent, nick eardley, joins me are paying more to drive actually planning the checks in case now from westminster. in the centre of the capital. a mini cabinet meeting happening now it upsets the political equilibrium after the silence, the inquiry heard am confident we will find and may be poisons the politics if just finished, we have labour and tributes to those who died you like when we could be on the operational solutions. one thing is the cabinet saying we may be ending brink of some sort of deal. people on behalf of their families. to something we don't know what, gary arthur was described certain, whatever happens, the eu then we have this clock ticking on are playing their cards very close as a lovable rogue. here‘s your business then we have this clock ticking on the background rather relentlessly headlines on afternoon live. to their chest with all of this but robertjenkins is a gentleman. will stand fully behind ireland. the retail tycoon mike ashley, as we get closer and closer to the
now? welcome to all the certainty of john mcgarrigle, a poet who was wry, who has tabled a rescue bid deadlines, which keep being moved for store chain debenhams, westminster at the moment (i) that has accused its executives humorous and charming. back, the eu will need answers over meeting with some ministers was at of "a sustained programme that border. we will be back to you and the inquiry heard that of falsehoods and denials". eu will stand fully behind ireland. the request of some of those he‘s now urged them to take a lie mark o‘prey loved truth and honesty, detector test and called later, emma vardy, thank you very you have our full support, and i ministers, who wanted to see the prime minister i assume because they for an investigation. and detested cant and dishonesty. have said before the backstop, the much. are not having a cabinet meeting mr ashley has offered to inject the clutha reopened in 2015. backstop is currently the only tomorrow because the pm is off on £150m into the ailing social media companies solution we have found to maintain could see their services blocked — mary kavanagh was inside with her that trip to paris and to berlin. department store chain, and senior managers held personally in return for being the status quo on the island of appointed chief executive. liable — under new government plans partner robertjenkins designed to safeguard people using the internet. when the disaster happened. the big question here, though, is in proposals published this morning, ireland. ladies and gentlemen, if whether there is going to be any ghosn is gone. ministers suggest a new code she now feels able to return, nissan shareholders have voted of conduct for internet firms, the uk were to leave the eu without enforced by a watchdog. but will never forget. progress in those discussions to oust the company‘s former boss the consultation comes between the labour party and the carlos ghosn from its board — amid rising public concern i said to robert, "i will go a deal, let me be very, very clear: about the availability government about trying to thrash officially ending his relationship of harmful material online. get another drink." out some sort of brexit deal they with the firm he rescued but critics say the plans threaten freedom of speech. he goes, "no, love, when i finish from near bankruptcy 20 years ago. here‘s our media editor, amol rajan. can both agree on. the big sticking mr ghosn was re—arrested in tokyo this, i‘ll get another drink." we will not discuss anything with point is what the government will last week over claims over the past few years, and really, that was the last of financial misconduct. words he said to me. the uk until there the tech giants have come under we will not discuss anything with the uk untilthere is we will not discuss anything with commit to in the future. it's not sustained pressure to clean the inquiry is expected to last the uk until there is an agreement up their act. about how we leave, the withdrawal terrorist propaganda, at least three months. for ireland and northern ireland, as such as the live broadcast well as full citizens' rights, and agreement, it is about the political business optimism is of a recent attack in new zealand, the sheriff can, if he wishes, at its lowest level since 2012 make recommendations declaration in the future, labour over ongoing concerns over brexit, have caused horror. financial settlement. throughout all according to new research. to try to prevent similar accidents wa nt declaration in the future, labour want a customs union, the government so, too, have stories the biggest falls were amongst about child grooming online, so far according to labour anyway aren't prepared to put something service sector firms. and the appalling death in the future. of this, the eu 27 will remain fully like that in the official document of 14—year—old molly russell, other recent figures have suggested who took her own life after seeing business output was growing, that they negotiate with brussels. images of self—harm on instagram — united, as it has been since day but analysts suggest that‘s simply which is owned by facebook — israel is heading to the polls on tuesday for the first elections let's have a listen to what one of because more firms are stockpiling prompted an outcry. one. leo, iwould love to parliament since 2015. the members of labour's negotiating supplies ahead of the uk‘s the actress and campaigner will benjamin netanyahu united, as it has been since day domenique fragale lost her friend, one. leo, i would love to be staying longer in ireland, but now i have to when she killed herself continue to hold on to his
tea m the members of labour's negotiating team keir starmer had to say this departure date from the eu. after being bullied online. job as prime minister? travel to luxembourg for the general she thinks this white paper netanyahu is running for a fifth morning. well, we are all in the talks in term in office but is currently should have come sooner. embroiled in a series of corruption ocado shares are the best performers good faith, the talks are ongoing. scandals and facing a serious affairs council article 50, tomorrow as you know on friday i made it on the market todsay — why? a lot of messages were being sent challenge from a new rival.0ur morning on wednesday i will be in clear the government was not to her, and they were encouraging chief international correspondent brussels with jean—claude juncker changing its position on the her to kill herself, actually. lyse doucet is in tel aviv. political declaration, we will see and because of that, for the european council, where i i wish i‘d known. i wish she could speak out to me, will meet the taoiseach again. thank what happens today. everyone is a short while ago she told me just or she could actually contact you very much for your attention. hoping we can continue with the how close that election is shaping the platforms and say, up to be you know, this is happening. thank you. talks. what would it take to reach help me. very close. i know that is a cliche, an agreement? at the moment we the share s have been haven't seen a change of position from the government. if there is getting some really good coverage. what do i do? too close to call, and every this long—delayed white paper one, we need to consider that and we will consider it, so we have to see they have done five overseas deal is broad in scope and bold election i have been involved in, it so, as they posed for the in its recommendations. what happens today, but i think what for the first time, oversight photographs, we were expecting some in 18 months selling their tech of the internet will be has been unproductive. this time in entrusted to a regulator. questions, but as michel barnier ican what happens today, but i think what i can say, both sides, both us and a statutory duty of care to protect particular, as you say, benjamin to run distribution systems netanyahu said, he has got to get back to users will be enforced. particular, as you say, benjamin neta nyahu is looking particular, as you say, benjamin netanyahu is looking for an historic the government, her approach this in in places like canada, france, and there is a potential for heavy fifth term in office, that would the government, her approach this in the spirit of trying to find a way fines to be administered. forward. we haven't found that yet, sweden australia and the us. make him the longest serving prime luxembourg for preparations for but many details remain unclear, those talks. of course, to theresa we will continue to do so. so talks which is why there‘s now minister if he wins. he has a big a 12—week consultation. may travelling to that ec meeting, challenge in form of the former army are definitely happening again she is going to paris and then to today? we have had exchanges of chief. here on this sunny day in tel germany tomorrow. let‘s return to aviv, economic heartland, buzzing communications over the weekend but not talks, there aren't any scheduled talks yet but i have no nick eardley because i interrupted cafe society, i am joined by a doubt things will develop today. how him to go to that news conference. too many social media firms there were a couple of lines there, still seem to think that they can middle east commentator. why is it are you going to avoid splitting the that last one was quite interesting, it has done five big deals where it get away with providing the service so middle east commentator. why is it so close to call? because the two party with any deal? at the moment without providing the protection michel barnier basically saying if we are waiting to see what the is building and operating warehouses for users, that anyone main parties that together are who challenges them must be some the uk leaves on friday, well, the government putting on the table is a
kind of luddite who just doesn't understand the modern world, eu will not talk any future proposal. all they have done so far that a little progress projected to only get half the seats here and there is acceptable as to indicate various things but while countless people, negotiations until they have sorted their lives are being destroyed. in the italy parliament. 11 other not change the political like these. this one was on fire, a enough. parties are projected to enter so it this backstop and other irish issues declaration, so the ball is in the government's court, we need to see what they come back with and when we is going to be very complicated out. yes, making quite clear there, do we will take a collective simon, that its priority in that coalition building. even if benjamin situation would be to help ireland. position on that. the one thing we netanyahu does get one or two seats we also heard from the irish pm leo we re position on that. the one thing we were expecting is for the government british one, near reading. that sent internet companies have taken huge less and his challenger, he still steps to protect people varadkar that he to offer something else to labour, from harmful content online, may emerge as prime minister because we also heard from the irish pm leo va radkar that he is and they want to do more of that. we also heard from the irish pm leo varadkar that he is still confident some sort of document that would set he may be able to form a coalition that an extension will be agreed on out where the government thinks it they are investing in systems with some of the smaller parties. on its shares crashing down. since to take down content and investing wednesday, that some sort of way the other hand, some of the smaller can compromise. but as we stand then, shares have gone up 50%. that in teams to scan for content forward , wednesday, that some sort of way forward, that means the uk doesn‘t right at the moment, there is no and remove harmful images. the next stage is getting leave on friday without a deal will shows you the kind of optimism to a regulatory regime parties may unexpectedly back the further talks definitely in the with the government to help opponents was difficult to know.“ be figured out. i have got to say, around this. the tech side of it, it diary for later this afternoon. all companies do that. he wins, he will make history but if chatting to mps here, i think the the government hasn‘t yet decided he wins, he will make history but if he wins, he will make history but if he wins he will also move israel expectation is that there will be still does operations with marks & this amid loads of pressure from whether it will set up some sort of extension. the big spencer, it still does all that and into a place in the world that he a new regulator or entrust this work backbenchers too, simon, both on the has been working on that has been question here is what that extension conservative side and the labour to an existing watchdog, side. in the labour party, there are that turns a profit. the tech side such as ofcom. is for, and whether or not the prime children‘s charities noticed. one of his biggest is not yet proving to turn a profit. some saying tojeremy corbyn, don't want tough penalties. champions is a donald trump in the minister and jeremy corbyn can now is the time to act, white house. he is inputting israel thrash out some sort of compromise do it, don't do a deal with the when you look at tech companies, you that would allow them to get a deal and the uk has an opportunity now. conservatives, other saying if you don‘t look at how they are if we see statutory regulation, on the world stage. notjust that, do anything, it has to include investing, you‘re looking at their that will be the uk going further through parliament at a majority. another referendum, going back to growth potential. there is a and faster than any other country the people and asking them if they question as to whether the share in the world to tackle online harms. also at the indian prime minister but the most important thing is, the and also interesting the sense that are happy with the deal. price at the moment reflects the that can only be a good thing, proper growth potential. and that will fundamentally ensure conservatives too, some of them are relations he is building with the that we can see really a game furious about this, really unhappy changer in terms of the solidarity, we keep hearing that that theresa may is talking to the protections for children. sunni arab countries with him is the new rules would apply to any word, solidarity, and yet there is
labour leadership, seeing that while prices are going up, what really doesn't officially have company that allow people to share relations. benjamin netanyahu jeremy corbyn in their view is not you are before clearly a huge issue on friday night or discover user—generated content, if the uk leaves without a deal, in going on? that is imaginative, isn‘t or to interact with others. fit to be prime minister. one of while facebook welcomes the proposals in principle, terms of the single market for the it? what if you want, a picture of they say any new rules must protect himself went to a man and was them, mark francois, a very keen eu and the irish border. yes, there brexiteer, one of the top men in the innovation and freedom of speech. welcomed by the sultan himself and erg has said there should be another it was broadcast on local tv. oil? suggestions on a postcard is, and there have always been vote of confidence in the prime critics say applying the same rules questions over what that would do to minister. remember, she won one back please! the whole thing of oil is, to companies of such varying size notable magic relations. a few days will favour those few companies that the irish economy, the impact it there is always supply and demand can afford staff to oversee in december, that means she is safe compliance, so entrenching ago, qatar, which supports hummus, would have on the all ireland for a year but he is trying to get the power of big tech. round those rules. this is what he and they have said they will be not amol rajan, bbc news. economy. i was speaking to the sinn told us a few minutes ago. well, i played the is really national anthem enough supply and as a result. when an israeli gymnast one gold in fein leader earlier, mary lou mcdonald, who was making that exact think there are very many mps across michelle fleury is at point, that it would be disastrous the party, by no meansjust the new york stock exchange. for the uk to leave without a deal, the international contest, that brexiteers, who are extremely let‘s talk mnore on this now would have been unheard—of recently. with the associate head because the trade between northern concerned that the prime minister is what is the reason behind this? on of online safety at the nspcc, ireland and the republic, also the supply side, as you mentioned, andy burrows. between the island of ireland and now considering doing a deal with a andy, good of you to come in. i‘m it is being done while, it seems, the uk would be massively disrupted marxist. if we had known that when there are a couple of things. we guessing you welcome this? today is we have the confidence vote back have seen a saudi arabian minister bypassing the palestinians, one of by that. as i say, i think that before christmas, i'm sure very many appearing on american television the great unresolved crisis here. everybody is working to try and a really significant moment. the more colleagues would have voted nspcc had been campaigning for the last two years to get to this point that is right but paradoxically, avoid that. all the indications from against. so now that the situation benjamin netanyahu has always said confirming the country's commitment today. the reason why regulation, the european leadership side, if israel makes peace with the arab has clearly changed and we are to oil abduction cuts are keeping anyway, the european council, that supplies under control and they are world and vice versa, it may become threatened with a customs union playing a legal duty of care on tech completely against our own manifesto easier to solve the silly is, and some in the commission, they obviously a huge member of opec and firms are so important is because in wa nt to lam arguing the last decade we have seen those palestinian dispute. that is is, and some in the commission, they want to agree that extension on completely against our own manifesto i am arguing that colleagues should be given the chance to test their contested by others but it is wednesday to make sure that isn‘t companies being able to set their the situation that the uk and confidence in the prime minister this has helped support prices. we own rules and all too often they possible that things will fit into are seeing oil prices at a five again. this is all very hopeful but have sat on their hands when it ireland are facing, come friday. it comes to children‘s safety.
at the moment we are leaving the eu month high. couple of other factors place once it becomes less is the legal default, don‘t forget of course, there are sanctions internationalised heated conflict that, we should neverforget on friday. yes, that is the legal against iran is affecting supply have sat on their hands when it comes to children's safety. that is quite an accusation, sitting on and donald trump, his piece team, is the legal default, don‘t forget that, we should never forget that this could all go horribly wrong and their hands when it comes to default, if the prime minister can't there. and as we like, economic and children‘s safety? you could end up with that pledge to kill impact there. so, all are rumoured to be unveiling any die situation. but despite some of the get some sort of extension negotiated with europe in brussels their hands when it comes to children's safety? we can see the now after the election, what donald of that taken together is helping to scale of the risk has been growing suggestions of differing opinions on on wednesday, then yes, that is how long that extension should be in terms of scale and complexity, so trump has dubbed the deal of the exactly what will happen. i have to support the price of oil and then thinking for example in terms of century, his peace plan, so we shall from the brussels side, i think say, i think there is an expectation latest news we are hearing is online grooming, in the first 18 there still is a confidence, both in see whether there will be movement around here for most people that it months since it became an offence to on the palestinian issue as a result conflict in libya. that may disrupt ireland in brussels and here in won't get to that stage, that even of that plan is donald trump claims westminster that something can be send children a sexual message on oil supply. it has not yet but does if it's a longer extension that social networks, there were more there will be. to live the century figured out. nick, thank you very something will be thrashed out in than 5000 offences recorded. 70% of the prospect that it might send oil much, nick eardley in westminster, brussels on wednesday. parliament prices high. let me suggest two maybe, election of the century. a let‘s go to dublin, and emma vardy behind me by the way is discussing those cases took place on three lot to play for and a lot to watch. reasons why it should becoming is there. the irish prime minister that yvette cooper bill, this downward. that is us growth slowing sites, facebook, snapchatand only hours to go before its release saying he is contacting other eu afternoon. the house of lords still as most people feel it will later on instagram. so you have the bigger leaders, some by phone today, to has that to get through, that go to the pulse. it really matters, sites with the biggest resources to this is a country that has been discuss how to protect the single this year and second, share tackle these problems but market in the event that the uk does mandates the government to go and nevertheless they are the ones who shifting to the right and it seems ask some sort of extension, in terms to be in step with so many other producers will produce a lot more leave the eu on friday. that is have the biggest issues. and you are anderson as you get by is coming up, convinced they have the technology countries in the world. these of no deal planning, it doesn't seem eve ryo ne anderson as you get by is coming up, everyone starts to pump out more?” and the wherewithal to deal with archery elections which matter. right, you heard michel barnier and this? when it comes to something that anything has been ramped up. we think it has been the fact that has the irish prime minister leo like grooming, there are very simple varadkar there are both saying that have not heard any way that the tempered some of the rises as you steps that could be put in place intensive discussions have been government is putting all its today if platforms wanted to do taking place about how the irish emergency preparations into work have here in america. share that. for example, is a groomer border would be managed, and the this week, so the feeling around producers wanting more and more and theresa may meets her cabinet making america a bigger player when integrity of the single market would here i think is that on friday there making a really disproportionately ahead of travelling to france be protected. we keep hearing these it comes to countries that produce high number of friend requests to and germany for talks tomorrow — as she faces renewed calls won't be a sudden crashing out, but oil. on the demand side, you talked children and young people? we know that groomers will try to contact for her to resign from some words, the promises that the irish look, how many times have we sat lots of young people and use social brexiteers in her own party
about those concerns of a slowing border will remain open whilst eu here on monday afternoon and said internet sites carrying harmful content — something and by tuesday or economy. if i look at the main networks to do that at scale in the including child abuse and terrorist rules to carry out checks on goods way that lots of us might get propaganda — could be wednesday, thursday, friday, it has market today, they are all in the blocked or fined, under entering the single market will be new government plans. all changed? wednesday, thursday, friday, it has all changed ? there wednesday, thursday, friday, it has all changed? there is a lot that red because they think earnings from bowling e—mails contacting lots of a new pollution charge followed. still no concrete detail could happen this week. companies are about to be lower as a begins in london — young children. lots of steps could drivers of older, dirtier vehicles about exactly how that is going to are paying more to drive everything —— every week that in the centre of the capital. result of this slower demand. that work, and that is really the most being said, we had this stronger be taken. perhaps because there has sort of contentious, very difficult, than excited jobs figure last friday politically and logistically most so not been the commercial imperative than excited jobs figure last friday so that is working in oil's favour. all the legal requirement to do so, here‘s your business difficult issue really between happens. headlines on afternoon live. ireland and the eu at the moment, you're watching afternoon live, people are saying, things are not as platforms won‘t take steps like these are our headlines. retail tycoon mike ashley, internet sites carrying harmful bad and that has supported the price that. you say you and your twitter who has tabled a rescue bid content — including child abuse of oil. for store chain debenhams, and terrorist propaganda — because all the goods that enter the has accused its executives could be blocked orfined, republic of ireland, in normal under new government plans. account is quite lively, a lot of of "a sustained programme theresa may holds a mini—summit — let‘s have a look at the markets. as tory pro—brexit mps organise people accusing the nspcc of of falsehoods and denials". a vote of no confidence in her — attacking freedom of speech, he‘s now urged them to take a lie circumstances it would mean checks attacking freedom of speech, at the borderfor 2a hours before she heads for talks attacking privacy. why should detector test and called in france and germany. companies be starting to fish around for an investigation. a new pollution charge begins mr ashley has offered to inject in london — drivers of older, people‘s e—mails to see who they are circumstances it would mean checks at the border for customs, e—mailing and why? sorry, i should £150m into the ailing circumstances it would mean checks at the borderfor customs, but circumstances it would mean checks dirtier vehicles are paying more department store chain, at the border for customs, but if you are keeping the irish border to drive in the centre in return for being of the capital. open, that land border that is so you are busily fascinated by this! appointed chief executive. specify, tweets, and facebook and in sport, the tottenham manager accounts, rather than anything else. mauricio pochettino says they are there‘s not much to say, is there? ghosn is gone. important for political peace and nissan shareholders have voted harmony on the whole island of all fighting against racism in you are busily fascinated by this! there's not much to say, is there?” don‘t know, we have been talking the type of content concerning to to oust the company‘s former boss ireland, then those checks will have about the oil price. the pound is to ta ke football together, as comments come the nspcc are for example pro carlos ghosn from its board — ireland, then those checks will have to take place somewhere else and looking quite strong. more analysis after his player danny rose self—harm and pro suicide content. officially ending his relationship exactly details of how that will criticised the lack of player made social networks are very clear that work we still don‘t know. michel with the firm he rescued in tackling the issue. pochettino later on. i give a much. their terms and conditions say that from near bankruptcy 20 years ago. barnier there, you heard him say, says it is positive that rose is in material does not belong on their mr ghosn was re—arrested in tokyo sites right now, so this is not an a position to speak out. the england last week over claims the discussions are intensive but it will not be an easy task. they talk
lionesses cap and steph houghton has we do get on! argument about freedom of speech, it of financial misconduct. isa about protecting the good friday argument about freedom of speech, it is a question of enforcement. for withdrawn from the squad for too long, platforms have their rules agreement, which is really about business optimism is protecting the openness of the now, what‘s cuter but they choose not to enforce them tomorrow's game against spain, she and that really is what good, at its lowest level since 2012 border. one of the foundations, if has a mild grain pain and won't be over ongoing concerns over brexit, you like, which helped to lead to according to new research. peace and harmony on the island of than a great dane puppy? effective regulation now must risked. barry lyttleton has retired target. what sort of relationship the biggest falls were amongst ireland but at the same time abiding service sector firms. does a charity like the nspcc have by those single market rules. i from international hockey. he won a the answer: 17 great dane puppies, other recent figures have suggested in a single litter. with companies like facebook? do you business output was growing, but analysts suggest that‘s simply think, interestingly, in that press vets in arizona helped this great dane, called meet regularly? we meet regularly because more firms are stockpiling conference, perhaps unsurprisingly record 232 caps, 119 goals in a 16 cleo, deliver 19 pups we also had some very warm words via caesarean section. with all the major social networks supplies ahead of the uk‘s all but two survived but in much the same way that there about the hopes that the year career. more details on all and in just a few weeks, those stories in the next 15 they will weigh more than 20 pounds, government has found in the last few discussions in london between the yea rs, really in departure date from the eu. conservatives and labour could lead and a fully grown male can weigh government has found in the last few years, really in the absence of minutes. there being any commercial toa conservatives and labour could lead as much as 14 stone. to a positive outcome, to an agreement of some kind. very warm israel is heading to the polls imperative to act. read this is the on tuesday for the first elections to parliament since 2015. words from michel barnier and leo will benjamin netanyahu threat of other sanctions. so varadkarfor the continue to hold on to his words from michel barnier and leo varadkar for the possibility of an job as prime minister? finally after a decade we see agreement around a customs union, netanyahu is running for a fifth something that is still very term in office but is currently stronger action that says there will contentious on those discussions in embroiled in a series of corruption bea scandals and facing a serious now it‘s time for stronger action that says there will be a requirement for platforms to london. but of course why does challenge from a new rival. a look at the weather ireland want to see a resolution and with tomasz shafernaker. what‘s going on with keep children safe. it is long a potential customs union agreement? overdue but now it absolutely is essential that we see the regulator debenhams‘s and mike ashley? well, because it would not all the way but it would help to solve some let's go to our chief international in some parts of the country, the correspondent lyse doucet being proposed today, implemented as of those irish border issues, and who is in tel aviv. weather is at looking beautiful but quickly as possible, and that the one thing we do know, this is regulator has to have teeth. we are ireland, as nick referred to there, elsewhere, particularly for their could be extremely hit very hard if going to be close. very, very close. talking about some of the largest cells, it is overcast and we have companies in the world so we need to there was a no—deal brexit. there had some rain and showers are in the see really tough and effective debenhams had turned down his offer. could be many businesses, farmers sanctions to make sure these forecast but wherever you are, the companies finally do act. they have i know that is a bit of an electoral he has offered £150 million to take for example, whose business perhaps
chances are, it will brighten up. cliche, too close to call, in almost been a couple of cases that have becomes unviable overnight, so you the clear skies are across many over the country. some would say can see exactly why, it is no secret every israeli election i have been really shone a spotlight on this, one thinks of molly and a couple of rescue it? at the moment, it looks why it is in ireland‘s interest for it has been almost too close to call parts of scotland, northern england, others. how will historyjudge those like it is heading towards this to be resolved, and a customs with unpredictable results, this east anglia. then notice this cloud time in particular. as you say, across parts of the midlands and the administration. it has also turned union would go some way, not all the moments, when it comes to our future south and south—west as well. these way, to helping to do that. a lot of benjamin netanyahu is looking for an miller dramatic in as much as he is historic fifth term in office, that are rain bearing clouds, it has been relationship with social media, saying at the last meeting, they hope being pinned on those would make him the longest serving raining on and off so far today and actually? for too long, and obviously everyone has been carried out a sustained programme of discussions in westminster as michel prime minister if he wins, he has a this afternoon we could see further big challenge in the former army horrified by the case of molly certain denials. he says he is barnier comes for that crucial heavy showers, they could be meeting today. the body language of chief, there are lots of other russell but for too long we have taking a lie detector test. he says reasons why it is unpredictable. thunderstorms around as well. many waited to see piecemeal action in meetings like this between leo here in this sunny day in tel aviv, response to tragedies like that and varadkarand meetings like this between leo varadkar and michel barnier, they we simply can‘t continue with that get on, they look as though the economic heartland, buzzing cafe status quo, where children come to he passed with a significant level harm and then we see some piecemeal northern areas should keep the of truth in his statements. how do everything is fine together, and yet society and the mediterranean, i am behind the scenes, emma, is there a sunshine so kind of all or nothing bits of action from social media joined by tom gross, a commentator, companies. it is tragic it has taken sense of frustration, that perhaps why is it so close to call? because today. tonight the showers continue you work that out, it is either true across southern place is like that to get to the today. tonight the showers continue across southern areas. today. tonight the showers continue point today where we are at the cusp or not, you don‘t have a high level? the two main parties the liquid and across southern areas. they could be ireland has not prepared enough if heavy. very hit and miss. the dry he said he has a significant high there is a no deal departure? well, the two main parties the liquid and now of really robust regulation, but level of score. so he is really the centrist party challenges we can make sure if we have the duty together took only about half the seats in the israeli parliament and weather is in place across northern of care imposed on tech firms that 11 other parties are projecting to england, northern ireland and we don‘t see further cases, further truthful? a deep philosophical scotland. quite nippy tonight with i think internally, in irish molly russells. it is a big day. it politics at some point, leo varadkar enter the parliament, so temperatures in city centres around 11 other parties are projecting to enterthe parliament, so it 11 other parties are projecting to enter the parliament, so it will be a very complicated coalition, even question. we won‘t go down that has come under some criticism for isa four celsius. then on tuesday, we molly russells. it is a big day. it is a big day, it is not the end of perhaps the preparations for a no if neta nyahu pulls a very complicated coalition, even if netanyahu pulls 's a very complicated coalition, even are looking at the big picture here this road by any stretch, at the deal not being as robust or as far if netanyahu pulls '5 nick hurd gets one or if netanyahu pulls '5 nick hurd gets nspcc we won‘t rest until we have one or two seats less than his and you can see the jet stream, that forward as they could be. that is this on the statute book but it is route. your managing director, what is driving on the weather systems to kind of really internal to ireland challenger he may still be able to the south of us so that is why we significant, it is the uk going form a coalition with some of the further and faster than any other actually. within the eu, there has are seeing some of that wet weather smaller parties. it really is country in the world, that is
been huge support for ireland, a lot here. normally weather fronts sweep to the north—west of us but because something we really welcome. thank you very has gone wrong with debenhams?” of back—up, and actually ireland and we have this jet stream to the south much, great to see you. the eu haven‘t really wanted to difficult to know. and of course if of us in the men‘s are coming out of he wins he will make history but if think debenhams has been suffering reveal what real concrete discussions are taking place behind he wins he will make history but if weather fronts are tending to go you‘re watching afternoon live, the scenes about how no deal is these are ur headlines. from a lack of investment over the he wins he will make history but if further south. again on tuesday, theresa may meets her cabinet really being prepared for, because he wins he will also move israel they could be some heavy rain in the ahead of travelling to france very many years. they got a very into a place in the world that he if you let any of that leak out, it has been working on, it has been south for a time where as the rest and germany for brexit talks tomorrow — as she faces renewed large portfolio of stores and long of the country is a winner there calls for her to resign from some may just poison if you let any of that leak out, it mayjust poison the politics at a noticeable, one at biggest champions leases and so it has been very very crucial time when they are just with lots of sunshine. the brexiteers in her own party. internet sites carrying unmanageable and it is quite hoping that westminster might get temperatures are expected to drop as harmful content — difficult in a department store to is donald trump in the white house, including child abuse and terrorist over the edge for a deal. now there we go through the second half of the propaganda — could be keep on reinventing your offer and blocked or fined, under has been speculation of course that and he has been putting israel on week. you will notice that in the new government plans. a new pollution charge moving with the market. so that is begins in london — perhaps ireland might be under the world stage. may he really has drivers of older, dirtier vehicles come notjust that but north—west, north—east, that is, we sat alongside difficulties in retail pressure from other eu countries are paying more to drive asa because of its firm attachment to the world stage. may he really has come not just that but also the world stage. may he really has come notjust that but also with the are seeing culture when the from in the centre of the capital. sat alongside difficulties in retail indian prime minister modi. the most as a whole. they are not alone in the backstop. can‘t itjust give an scandinavia across the north sea and important thing is the relations he the market in finding trading quite inch on that and may be the deal heading to the uk so particularly a would get over the line and everyone is building with the sunni arab chilly on these sea coasts. oddly up and in sport, the spurs manager mauricio pochettino says they are hard. mr ashley's bid, should be would get over the line and everyone would be happy? i would say that is countries with whom israel doesn't officially have relations. netanyahu all fighting against racism in still really speculation, there football together, as comments come to newcastle, feeling quite cold on taken seriously? he is a very hasn‘t been any concrete evidence there is any real pressure on wednesday but in this wind direction from his player danny rose who criticised the lack of progress ireland to budge on the background, and we get weather coming out of the being made in tackling the issue. powerful retailer, a billionaire. he but, yes, we are inching closer and himself went to oman and was east, it does tend to be dry and argentina says it is positive that has been very, very successful in closer to that moment of reckoning, welcomed by the sultan himself, it sunny. temperatures at best around 12 but it will feel colder than that roseis building his sports direct business which at the moment legally as was broadcast on omani tv, almost argentina says it is positive that rose is in a position to speak out. and a lot of people rate him very the england lionesses captain steph friday, is the uk leaving without a like a royal visit, no diplomatic on that north temperatures houghton is withdrawn from the squad highly. he has also built up deal, so the question is get harder relations, a few days ago qatar, interest ina from tomorrow‘s friendly against highly. he has also built up interest in a lot of other retail struggling to single figures. beyond spain with mild groin pain and won‘t and harder, as to how the irish that, we keep the italy winds but companies including his more which supports hamas, played the be risked. the england gb hockey border will be kept open, and yet also a lot of dry weather. by the integrity of the single market israeli national anthem when an friday, it is going to feel quite upmarket channel and he is growing be preserved. but don‘t mistake the
store bought barry lymington has those stores. i think you do have to israeli national anthem when an retired from the game, i will be listen to what he says, he is a very difficulty of the questions for israeli gymnast won gold in qatar. nippy. being pressure on ireland, because that would have been unheard of a the eu certainly doesn‘t want to be few months ago or a year ago. all of skilful negotiator. what has got in the way of it all, is it a personal seen the eu certainly doesn‘t want to be seen to be selling ireland outjust back with all those stories in the next 15 minutes. relationship that means this thing to help things for the uk. the unity thatis few months ago or a year ago. all of is backing down? you can tell by the that is welcome, but it is being a man has pleaded guilty of the eu comes about that in the to possessing explosives fa ct is backing down? you can tell by the fact he is accusing them effectively eyes of michel barnier and the other done while it seems bypassing the after revealing plans to target of lying and on the other hand, he a south london mosque leaders, and that has been made palestinians, one of the great and in a terror attack. says they should be taking a lie 41—year—old steven bishop, quite clear all along this process resolve crises here. that's right, detector tests. it has all gone into and very much so again today. thank from thornton heath changed his plea on the day his trial had been due to start. you very much, emma but paradoxically neta nyahu resolve crises here. that's right, but paradoxically netanyahu has he‘ll return to kingston vardy in dublin. always said if israel makes peace crown court on wednesday a military? i think it is release with the arab world and vice versa, to be sentenced. add that it has got to the stage. you‘re watching afternoon live, it may actually become easier. that you are talking about a very large these are our headlines. company which has got lots of theresa may will travel outside kingston crown court for us to berlin and paris tomorrow history in the uk. it is a very to press the case for a brexit is contested by other people but it extension — as the government is contested by other people but it is our correspondent, peter cooke. important part of uk high streets. is possible things will somehow fit outlines more of its offer to labour into place once it becomes a less nobody is saying there doesn't need give us the background to this. as for a compromise deal. change and we development and in dublin, the eu chief negotiator internationalised, heated conflict, and in fact donald trump and his restructuring but it would be great if we could deal with this in a less michel barnier has met the irish you say, stephen bishop was due to dramatic way. there are 160 stores, prime minister leo varadkar and peace team are rumoured to be start a three week trial here at reaffirmed the eu‘s commitment to unveiling any day now after the kingston crown court, the remain fully behind ireland. lots of staff, a pension fund, internet sites carrying election what trump has dubbed the 41—year—old from south london was harmful content — surely we cannot deal with this in a including child abuse and terrorist facing a charge of preparing an act propaganda — could be deal of the century, his peace plan. blocked or fined, under of terrorism, but that charge was we shall see whether there will be way which reminds us all of that? do new government plans. changed earlier this morning to movement on the palestinian issue as possessing explosives with intent to you think it is sleepwalking, sort in sport, tottenham manager mauricio a result of that plan as trump endanger life or property. at an pochettino says they are all claims there will be. deal of the of drifting into an illustration fighting against racism in football earlier hearing some time ago he had because the people cannot cannot as danny rose criticised a lack of
century, maybe election of the pleaded guilty to a charge of making agree because of personalities?” decade. thank you forjoining us in a record of information likely to be progress in tackling the issue. think debenhams have been pochettino says it is positive he is useful to someone preparing an act negotiating for some months now. tel aviv. hours to go before they have come to an agreement, they ina pochettino says it is positive he is in a position to speak out. england of terrorism, namely handwritten israelis go to the poll. it really notes which set out how to construct wa nt they have come to an agreement, they want to stick to that agreement. lionesses captain steph houghton has matters, this is a country that has withdrawn from the squad for been shifting to the right and seems high explosives. it was on 29th of they don't really trust mike ashley. tomorrow‘s friendly against spain. to be in step with so many other october year that bishop disclosed she has a groin problem and won‘t be he has not got experience of running countries in the world. these are toa october year that bishop disclosed risked. and the england and gb to a recovery worker how he plans to a department store. he bought house truly elections which matter. that build a bomb and attack a mosque in hockey store what barry middleton is all from us in tel aviv. thank of fraser and house of fraser, to be a suicide mission, morden mark prisk has retired from the international honest, doesn't look great at the moment. he has not made it the game. he won a record 432 caps, you very much indeed. near his home was said to be the target. —— morden mosque. he told heralds of the high street that he a new ‘ultra low emission zone' promised. so there is a bit of doubt scoring 119 goals in a 16 year to try to reduce air pollution has police it was in revenge for the career. we will be back with much come into force in central london. in the market good though he is at more on all those stories in the under the scheme, drivers of older, death of an eight—year—old girl in next 15 minutes. just very quickly more polluting cars and vans the manchester bombings in 2017. she sports direct, whether he has got will have to pay a daily fee was the youngest of 22 victims who the retail shops to run a department of £12.50 on top of the existing congestion charge — died in that attack. fireworks that store business. ithink to let you know, laura kuenssberg and bigger vehicles will cost £100. the retail shops to run a department the mayor of london, sadiq khan, store business. i think debenhams are looking to restructure in a just tweeting that the 1922 tory says he's responding to a public health emergency, different way and aggression doesn't backbench committee is expected in really help it, does it? number ten shortly to see the prime as victoria gill reports. had been tampered with and several the dangerous reality of city life. pages of handwritten notes were minister. no more on that at the these images filled with a heat found at his mother‘s address, moment but obviously we will keep an sensitive camera showed if you want an exciting life, you eye on events in westminster as the pollution from vehicles including methods for making high explosives and also using the dark things seem to be coming to some should be buying debenhams shares being pumped into our streets. because they were up to 13% first sort of fruition after those days of web. other items such as a light it's invisible but on busy city thing this morning and then they streets like this we're talks between the government and all breathing it and long—term bulb, a battery and a firework were fell 3% when i last looked. that is labour. but any more developments, i exposure to air pollution found ina bulb, a battery and a firework were found in a shed. two days after his will let you know.
from traffic can damage our lungs, our hearts, and it reduces our life expectancy. that's why london is arrest, a remote control firework not a recommendation, by the way. we embarking on a bold venture. firing system was delivered to his the world's first ultra low emission zone. address. the prosecution say he from today drivers of the most polluting vehicles will have would have no need for such an item, to pay to from today, as the fireworks he had actually ministers suggest the most polluting purchased could be lit with a naked a new code of conduct for internet vehicles will have to pay to enter the city centre. are in the beginning of the phones enforced by a watchdog. enter the city centre. flame. internet searches the police reporting season in the states. social media companies found on his devices included the people are worried about them. the could see their services blocked — dark web, the manchester bombing, and senior managers held personally the ultra low emission zone is set pound is up a little bit against the liable — under new government plans how can you avoid being tracked, the designed to safeguard to be expanded to cover the entire people using the internet. in proposals published this morning, area between the north and south euro. ministers suggest a new code circular roads in 2021. saffie memorial, morden mosque and of conduct for internet firms, cities across england enforced by a watchdog. are considering similar schemes firework detonations. he bought an the consultation comes with birmingham and leeds saying amid rising public concern they will introduce clean app to the dark web as well. police we‘re just waiting to hear from leo about the availability air zones next year. of harmful material online. and michel barnier. we arejust but critics say the plans threaten freedom of speech. say his intimate history and his here‘s our media editor, amol rajan. the idea is to discourage people assertion to the recovery worker over the past few years, to drive into central london hearing from our political editor gives an insight into his mindset at the tech giants have come under if they've got polluting vehicles, who has talked about the government sustained pressure to clean to encourage them to walk, cycle, the time, which they assert was up their act. or use public transport. talks with the labour party and she terrorist propaganda, such as the live broadcast if they have to drive of a recent attack in new zealand, into central london, anti—islamic. he made no comments says the government has sent another have caused horror. to use a cleaner form a vehicle, during his police interviews. he document to the labour party electric, hybrid, so, too, have stories or hydrogen powered. outlining its position on the talks. about child grooming online, but if you are going to drive does have previous convictions, two and the appalling death of 14—year—old molly russell, who took her own life after seeing in with a more polluting vehicle of those are racially aggravated and sources say theresa may has not yet a number of others for violent images of self—harm on instagram — you'd have to pay for that. offences as well. as you mention, he offered to accept neighbours demands which is owned by facebook — that the ministers are moving prompted an outcry. will be back here at kingston crown towards suggesting changes to the the actress and campaigner domenique fragale lost her friend, court on wednesday to be sentenced. when she killed herself we thank you very much, peter. little declarations. that is a after being bullied online. non—binding part of the agreement she thinks this white paper so, what is a more should have come sooner. polluting vehicle? with the eu that theresa may is a lot of messages were being sent well, it's based on a
standard emissions test. negotiated. it is understood to her, and they were encouraging petrol vehicles registered before ministers had suggested putting a her to kill herself, actually. 2005 are likely to be guarantee that the deal could not be and because of that, subject to this new charge. a new ‘ultra low emission zone‘ i wish i‘d known. but most diesel vehicles registered to try to reduce air pollution has undone into law, thereby creating a i wish she could speak out to me, before 2016 will be liable. come into force in central london. or she could actually contact and what will it cost? under the scheme, drivers of older, lock to ease concerns in the labour the platforms and say, more polluting cars and vans you know, this is happening. party that any promise as could be well, if you include will have to pay a daily fee help me. of £12.50 on top of the existing what do i do? the congestion charge, unpicked by any future tory leader congestion charge — this long—delayed white paper it could cost £24 per day to drive and bigger vehicles will cost but she says there is deep concern is broad in scope and bold a hundred pounds. on the labour side that any bronze in its recommendations. a car or van into central london. the mayor of london, sadiq khan, says he‘s responding for the first time, oversight for small business owners like alex to a public health emergency, could be unpicked by more of the internet will be who runs a house clearance legislation further down the line. entrusted to a regulator. as victoria gill reports. more talks are scheduled soon, and recycling company it has meant upgrading his van to a newer one the dangerous reality of city life. these images filled with a heat compatible with these sensitive camera showed the pollution from vehicles perhaps even this evening she says. ultra low emission rules. a statutory duty of care to protect being pumped into our streets. she quotes one cabinet minister i haven't been paid in two months. users will be enforced. it‘s invisible but on busy city telling the bbc, this is always the and there is a potential for heavy streets like this we‘re thing with the prime minister, there fines to be administered. all breathing it and long—term really? isa thing with the prime minister, there is a promise of a big, open offer, but many details remain unclear, exposure to air pollution which is why there‘s now from traffic can damage our lungs, then nothing. we are learning not a 12—week consultation. that's because of the outlay our hearts, and it reduces too many social media firms for new vehicles? our life expectancy. still seem to think that they can much as we go along although those get away with providing the service talks are scheduled to continue. without providing the protection yes, the vehicle itself was 19000 for users, that anyone and we had to pay for the box who challenges them must be some on the back so the total kind of luddite who just doesn't that‘s why london is understand the modern world, embarking on a bold venture. that a little progress the world‘s first ministers should consider here and there is acceptable ultra low emission zone. banning 5g equipment produced by the chinese firm huawei while countless people, is nearly 30,000. from today drivers of the most their lives are being destroyed. polluting vehicles will have from being used in westminster enough. to pay to from today, and other sensitive locations. the most polluting that‘s the view of dr ian levy, vehicles will have to pay from the intelligence and security agency gchq. you specifically bought that to enter the city centre. he told the bbc‘s panorama because of the new regulations? enter the city centre. programme that the firms‘s the ultra low emission zone is set techonology isn‘t secure. yes, i had no choice. to be expanded to cover the entire the united states has warned allies it's been really, really tough and we have had area between the north and south that huawei‘s devices could be used internet companies have taken huge
to borrow money right, circular roads in 2021. by the chinese for spying or cyber steps to protect people left and centre and attacks, something really scrape through. cities across england are considering similar schemes from harmful content online, how are others in london viewing with birmingham and leeds saying the company denies. and they want to do more of that. they will introduce clean spencer kelly reports. they are investing in systems these new antipollution regulations? air zones next year. well and truly affected, to take down content and investing plus we will have to pay the other in teams to scan for content and remove harmful images. congestion when we get into town it‘s the company that could soon be the next stage is getting as well, so we are going the idea is to discourage people allowed to build the uk‘s to drive into central london to a regulatory regime to be slaughtered. if they‘ve got polluting vehicles, next—generation mobile network with the government to help if it improves the air quality but now, as well as concerns over for people it is clearly something to encourage them to walk, cycle, links to the chinese state, that will benefit everybody. or use public transport. a top cyber security official if they have to drive says its mobile network gear should companies do that. into central london, to use a cleaner form a vehicle, be banned from sensitive areas similar schemes are planned in leeds electric, hybrid, and birmingham next year this or hydrogen powered. of the uk because of concerns over is a national experiment, but if you are going to drive the government hasn‘t yet decided the attempt to clean the company‘s security practices. whether it will set up up the air we breathe in with a more polluting vehicle a new regulator or entrust this work you‘d have to pay for that. and it begins on the busy, the security engineering in huawei to an existing watchdog, polluted streets of central london. is unlike anything else. such as ofcom. but this national experiment it‘s engineering like it‘s children‘s charities to clean up the air that we breathe so, what is a more back in the year 2000. want tough penalties. will begin on the busy streets it‘s very, very shoddy. now is the time to act, of central london. victoria gill, bbc news. and the uk has an opportunity now. polluting vehicle? and leads to cyber security if we see statutory regulation, issues that we then have that will be the uk going further and faster than any other country well, it‘s based on a to manage in return. standard emissions test. in the world to tackle online harms. petrol vehicles registered before huawei says it plans to spend more that can only be a good thing, 2005 are likely to be subject to this new charge. than $2 billion tackling and that will fundamentally ensure with me is chairman that we can see really a game of the federation of but most diesel vehicles registered the problems identified. changer in terms of small businesses, mike cherry. before 2016 will be liable. do you accept something needs to be and what will it cost? protections for children. well, if you include translation: we hope the congestion charge, to turn this challenge done? fsb says it is a critical it could cost £24 per day to drive into an opportunity moving forward. a car or van into central london. i believe that if we can carry out the new rules would apply to any issue, so we welcome these for small business owners like alex this programme as planned, company that allow people to share initiatives but let's not forget who runs a house clearance huawei will become the strongest or discover user—generated content, that here in london, the london and recycling company it has meant player in the telecom industry, in or to interact with others. mayor has brought this forward from upgrading his van to a newer one compatible with these terms of security and reliability. while facebook welcomes when it was originally intended to the proposals in principle,
come in, so businesses are now faced they say any new rules must protect ultra low emission rules. with having to comply with the new innovation and freedom of speech. charges or change their vehicles, so, this is the $2 billion, critics say applying the same rules the transformation programme i haven‘t been paid in two months. they‘ve announced. to companies of such varying size just at the same time as a whole really? as we say in the report, will favour those few companies that raft of other cost increases they that‘s because of the outlay we‘ve seen nothing to give us any can afford staff to oversee may be faced with as well. such as for new vehicles? yes, the vehicle itself was 19000 confidence that transformation compliance, so entrenching and we had to pay for the box programme is going to do the power of big tech. what? you described it as a perfect what they say is going to do. amol rajan, bbc news. on the back so the total the us has concerns about deployment storm. it is, confidence levels at of huawei‘s products, with some claiming it may is nearly 30,000. the lowest they have been for a very have an impact on information now let‘s have a look at the weather with sharing with the uk. long time indeed, you've got the we can always share things tomasz schafernaker, described as a you specifically bought that man for all seasons, and you need to uncertainty around brexit, obviously, and then you've got the old school way, you know, because of the new regulations? paper, back and forth. be, because at the moment we have business rates increases down here yes, i had no choice. all season is out there. sort of, it‘s been really, really but in terms of electronically in london that for many businesses tough and we have had let me put it in context first. to borrow money right, communicate across huawei gear, are causing huge problems. you've left and centre and really scrape through. huawei networks would be... got national living wage increase up how are others in london viewing obviously, satellite picture, by 5% nearly, and you've got a 1% these new antipollution regulations? risky at best. nothing particularly unusual about that. it is this ribbon of cloud well and truly affected, plus we will have to pay the other the company is dismissive that. it is this ribbon of cloud increase in pensions charges, so all that has caused cool cloudy and at congestion when we get into town of this is creating a perfect storm. as well, so we are going of the us‘s accusations. times rainy weather from say mid to be slaughtered. translation: we have a country at the same time, we know it is an here that virtually uses no huawei wales just about through the south issue that is long overdue from if it improves the air quality equipment and doesn‘t even know midlands to the london area. notice being dealt with. yes, it is an for people it is clearly something if our 5g equipment it is clear here. this is a slightly issue costing people their lives and that will benefit everybody. is square or round. yet, it has been incessantly their health. why should small expressing security different view on it. now i am going concerns over huawei. businesses be exempt from carrying uk ministers are expected to reveal to mix on the temperature, and that responsibility? no one is in may whether the government will restrict or even forbid use noticed that there is an area here saying small businesses should ever this is a national experiment, sort of in lime green, that is where
be exempt on something like this, the attempt to clean of huawei technology in the uk‘s what we are saying as it should be up the air we breathe the cool weather is, the little area and it begins on the busy, brought in proportionally. we've got next—generation mobile networks. polluted streets of central london. of orange there, take a look at the scrappage child that came in victoria gill, bbc news. spencer kelly, bbc news. these temperatures. that is right february, so again that is something now, is it? that is right now, it is business will take up but let's not pretty extraordinary that we have forget the communication could be a lot better on this. business must cctv footage of the latest atm london, the capital, at round about theft shows the raiders we are keeping an ion that muse 12 degrees, then you go may say have the chance and the time to using a digger to remove the machine let‘s call it 50 to 100 miles north and drive off with it actually enable it to change. you in just over four minutes. conference in dublin. leo varadkar and michel barnier running late. as of that, and it is around 20 don't spend a lot of money on a shop owners are seeking urgent talks with the police to discuss soon as degrees, and then you go on to the capital cost like a van or an hgv what they describe as a crisis over and michel barnier running late. as soon as they take to the podium, north coast of yorkshire, and its 6 the thefts. the latest incident then we will return there. the just like that. sometimes these happened in dungiven, county londonderry, at the weekend. investments are made five, ten years kevin sharkey reports. degrees, so we have multiple hence and you need to be able to climactic regions across the uk. 4:15am yesterday morning, this know what you've got to do and of weather is next. course successive governments have filling station in done given. they what is going on? i was hoping you in some parts of the country, the would say that, a couple of things. took around four minutes to get the pushed businesses down these diesel atm out of the wall, and then into a engines, and we know that in certain weather is absolutely beautiful so first of all here where you see today. blue skies. in other areas cities, leeds for instance, that is the lime green colours, that is waiting van and away. it's quite where the cloud is, where that £50 a day within their charging further south and south—west, it is zone, you have to comply by having unpleasant weather has been today, overcast. we have had some rain and an e—6 engine rather than an e4 and incidentally here also is where shocking because everyone uses the showers are in the forecast but we could see some thunderstorms engine and for businesses that may atm machine out here. if it keeps whatever you are, the chances are it developing. here wejust just invested in those new vehicles going on the way it is going there we could see some thunderstorms developing. here we just have a will brighten up. the clear skies little bit of warm air in the to suddenly have to change them to will be no one left of the country are across many parts of scotland, sunshine in land, but on the north you can do anything. this was the comply two years' time just isn't an sea coasts, because the wind is latest in a series of recent atm northern england, east anglia and blowing out to the east and this option, they haven't got the capital then notice this cloud across parts thefts. this was among other rural time of the year the water to invest. listening to the driver towns targeted. last week criminals of the midlands, south and southwest temperature in the north sea is very in that report, he made an as well. these are rain bearing low, about as cold as it gets
interesting point he would like to switch to electric but doesn't think clouds. it has been raining on and throughout the seasons, you‘ve got the vehicles are quite there but struck. a bank in alaska has also off so far today and this afternoon also the infrastructure is not there hats and gloves weather. hats and been robbed. shop owners say they we could see further heavy showers. feel under siege, and they want the gloves here, sunglasses and yet. there are two things with there could be some thunderstorms police to do more. we need to see electric vehicles, certainly around as well and downpours sunscreen there, what do we do with eve ryo ne electric vehicles, certainly everyone is moving towards that way the 12? sort of in between, isn‘t but vehicles themselves aren't being the police redouble their efforts, developing. many northern areas built enough in large enough numbers catch these gangs and put them in it? neither here nor there. front of the courts and hopefully in to cope with the demand, and as you should keep the sunshine, so it‘s jailfor front of the courts and hopefully in jail for a front of the courts and hopefully in very rightly said, the jailfor a long time. the 12? sort of in between, isn‘t it? neither here northere.” the 12? sort of in between, isn‘t it? neither here nor there. i don't know what to suggest. you come and infrastructure, it is simply not front of the courts and hopefully in almost all or nothing today. tonight see us. there. we aren't spending enough jail for a long time. are the police doing enough? i don't doubt the showers continue across other areas. know what to suggest. you come and see us. you had better tell us what that means for the next few days. individual commitment of the they could be heavy, very hit and money on the basic infrastructure, officers working on the atm task the charging stations that we all well, that means that the weather, group, i know they are completely need, whether they be private miss. the dry weather is in place we we re dedicated and determined to catch well, that means that the weather, we were not expecting those on vehicles, vans or anything else at these gangs. what we want to really there, anyway. this sunny weather is the present time. mike, thank you examine is can the ps and a across northern england, northern ireland and scotland. quite nippy actually going to stay with us, very much. collectively do more on this. tonight with temperatures in city because today we‘ve got that builders and digger owners are also also i'm joined from westminster contrast between the sunshine and by celeste hicks from the campaign being asked to do more to secure centres around four celsius. on the grey skies, but when we gets group mums for lungs, tuesday, we are looking at the big a group of mothers concerned diggers overnight. kevin sharkey, winds from the east, it tends to dry about the impact air pollution has bbc news. picture here, you can see thejet now it‘s time for a look at out, and the weather‘s cool but the weather with tomasz shafernaker. strea m picture here, you can see thejet on their childrens‘ health. stream is driving all the weather systems to the south of us so that sunny, so out, and the weather‘s cool but sunny, so that the outlook for the next few days. excellent. shall i celeste, i don't know if you were for most of us today, it is actually is why we are seeing some of that just listening to that, do you accept for some people this is going a beautiful day, lots of sunshine, wet weather here. normally weather fronts sweep to the west of us but to be tough? yes, first of all we sunny spells at the very least, but carry on? yes, go on for another because of the jet stream, the half an hour. couple of minutes, how are actually a parents group, we are other parts of the uk are stuck weather fronts are tending to go a long have i got? a few showers in also for dads as well, just to clear underneath the cloud. there has been little bit further south so again on a bit of light rain so far today, the forecast across parts of the that up. but yes, we completely tuesday, they could be some heavy
midlands, but i mentioned that and further showers are in the rain across the south for a time colder weather heading our way. this forecast, and the area i‘m talking where as the rest of the country is accept it is difficult for small is over the next few days, you see businesses but i argument on this about is the southwest and southern a winner. quite cool though but in would be the cost will come in other areas, so the arrows, coming out of about is the southwest and southern areas, so here today, this is where the worst of the weather is. you fa ct a winner. quite cool though but in fact the temptress are expected to scandinavia across that cold north places. so at the moment the nhs is drop as we go through this rest of sea. we are not talking about a might need your umbrella this that week. in the north—east, we are footing the bill for the emissions afternoon, some of these showers freeze, it won‘t be particularly could be pretty heavy, could be some from vehicles and transport in cold but on the north sea coast it hail around as well, southern parts london. we have 9000 extra deaths of england, probably away from the might turn quite chilly as we head seeing colder winds blowing out of every year because of air pollution coast, midlands too, but further scandinavia across the north sea and heading to the uk so it will be towards thursday, friday. so and we have many cases of asthma in north the weather is looking slightly nippy weather on the way. particular hla on these north sea absolutely stunning, for example children. people are still paying across yorkshire and east anglia. 0k, slightly nippy weather on the way. ok, so right now, we have covered for this but they are paying through tonight telling pretty chilly across gusts. although up to newcastle, that, a few showers breaking out the north of the uk, central areas feeling quite nippy on wednesday but later in the afternoon across the the nhs and taxes and national midlands. 15 here in london. the insurance contributions. so the as well, temperatures around 4 problem is we haven't adequately in this wind direction, it does tend degrees in town centres outside of temperatures might creep up in town a little bit colder than that, to be dry and sunny, so temperatures london a bit towards the end of the paid for the externalities caused by in the south there is heavy showers at best at 12 but it will feel afternoon, if the sun comes out for road transport, so we are very sorry will continue, and as we go through any lengthy period of time. but then colder than that on the seacoast. and we understand the difficulties for small businesses but basically tuesday further showers are expected tonight, still a few showers in the but the second half of the week does the costs need to be born somewhere. look as though things will dry out. temperatures struggling to single south, the rest of the country figures. beyond that, keep the italy primarily clear spells, pretty a lot of the people who are having goodbye. winds but also a lot of dry weather. to pay this extra money are dads, chilly as well, cooler air and cold by mums themselves. they will obviously winds but also a lot of dry weather. by friday it really is going to feel aircoming out of chilly as well, cooler air and cold air coming out of the north—east, quite nippy. temperatures down to four in accept exactly what you say. are you newcastle. outside of town it will bea newcastle. outside of town it will be a couple of degrees passed happy that we are talking about a freezing. first thing in the morning relatively small area of central full stop tomorrow, the jet stream london when much of the impact of keeping the weather fronts at bay
this is being felt in the outer london areas? yes, mums for lungs is here out in the atlantic. we are in the sort of drier air mass, apart from this area towards the south and absolutely 100% for the extension of south—west. this is where we have some showersjust the area in 2021. we see what's south—west. this is where we have some showers just hugging the south coast. if you live in say happening today as a really important first step. it sends a portsmouth, southampton down to very clear message out to everybody exeter, plymouth, the sorts of areas, you might need your brolly. that we all need to rethink our south of the m4 i would say but relationship with road transport vehicles and cars. this isn'tjust northwards of that you are laughing, lots of sunshine around, but a little on the nippy side again on about small businesses, this is that north sea coast, temperatures about small businesses, this is about people making privatejourneys probably into single figures. that in cars, we know quite a lot of is how it will stay through tuesday, those journeys are very small wednesday and into thursday. that distances, perhaps one or two miles, a lot of research bears that out. we high pressure, around the higher the winds blow around like so so they arejust thinking this a lot of research bears that out. we are just thinking this is are taking that colder air off the a lot of research bears that out. we arejust thinking this is important to tell people it is time to start north sea and pushing it towards the thinking about using alternatives, coastal area from norwich all the to use public transport, to walk and way up to. pretty nippy. if you are to use public transport, to walk and to cycle, because it will help all of us, that is what we like about walking the dog close to the coastline there it will feel on the this, the money being raised for this, the money being raised for nippy side. but further west in this this, tfl and the mayor have promised that money will be put into sort of situation, yes, the temperatures might be low, the wind a bit less strong, more sunshine, in improving the green credentials of that sunshine it feels decent the transport fleet in london. so we enough. and the weather is looking think that's absolutely the right
way to go about this, to nudge settled thursday, friday come into people towards making better the weekend. in fact, at the moment choices. where they are notjust the weekend. in fact, at the moment the indication is that into the proposing it, it has started today. weekend and next week, the weather i'm just wondering how quickly we is looking relatively settled. so at might seea i'm just wondering how quickly we might see a positive impact from all least on the weather front, i know this. we are not experts on air so least on the weather front, i know so much going on in the news at the moment, but in the weather it is pollution science, we just know what we have experienced from walking looking fairly quiet right now. around the streets, which is that we that‘s it. know we can constantly encounter vehicles emitting large amounts of diesel fumes at traffic jams, traffic lights. so we are relying on the modelling that we have seen that has come from city hall on this. so we are hoping that bears out. as you have already pointed out, this is in some respects an experiment, we didn't quite know how people will react to it but from our perspective we think it is very important in this is bbc news — terms of sending a message and our latest headlines. showing commitment and we absolutely salute the mayor's initiative to try theresa may will travel to berlin and paris tomorrow to press the case for a brexit and tackle this public health crisis extension — as the government because we need to remember that's outlines more of its offer to labour what it is, this is notjust about for a compromise deal. being against cars or driving, this meanwhile in dublin —
the eu‘s chief negotiator, isa being against cars or driving, this michel barnier has met is a public health crisis, which is costing the lives of our children. the irish prime minister, leo varadkar for brexit talks — we need to start thinking about and reaffirmed the eu‘s taking that more seriously. so this support of support ireland. isa taking that more seriously. so this is a great first step. one thing is certain. whatever do you drive? i have lived in london andi do you drive? i have lived in london happens, the eu will stand fully and i have never had a car. i had behind annan. the eu will stand two children moment and i take them both to school on the bike, so they sit on the bike of my bike and we fully behind aaron. have to go through the traffic on under new online regulations, our bikes, which is not pleasant for tech companies could be fined or blocked if they fail to protect either of us. we have to weave our children —— campaigners say the plans would make way through the cars and traffic britain a ‘world pioneer‘. a new pollution charge has come jams, we try to go through parks into force in london — drivers of older, dirtier vehicles when we can. i genuinely believe will now have to pay more to drive that if i can manage to live without in the centre of the capital. a british woman is facing two years a car in london with two small in prison in dubai — children, then all of us should take for a facebook post calling her responsibility and start thinking of ex—husband‘s new wife ‘a horse‘ ways. does not mean getting rid of the car, just think about times when sport now on afternoon you might not need to get in the live with olly foster. car, that is our main message. great the issue of racism in football continues to be a big talking to hear from you. point? time for a look at the weather.
here's tomasz. this is almost the colour of the sea in the caribbean, it is from the conversation last week swanage, i believe. beautiful was about whether players weather. in contrast, look at this should walk off the pitch if they are racially abused, harry kane. next picture. i understand you came in today in a downpour? and the england captain said he would do that if any of teamates were ta rgetted day—to—day work some of us, we as they were in montenegro last month. raheem sterling who has really really struggle to produce a raised awareness of racism in the game this season says headline because we say, it is he doesn‘t think that is the way showers, and then you see blue skies forward, he says ‘if you walk off they win‘ we heard from danny rose like that. people say, what are you talking about? you just say your this has been happening before me usual thing of sunshine and showers and you will not be wrong for and even my parents were born. i can everybody! that is true. some would a lwa ys and even my parents were born. i can always speak up about events happening to me and others around me. that‘s as much as i can do, say that is a copout but not me! raise awareness. i‘m not trying to talking of showers, today, where we be someone who leads, i can just have the blue skies at the moment, raise awareness and it is for people we could see some big showers and in higher places to do theirjob. thunderstorms developing as well so it could be a really big day where
you have the blue skies and massive we heard from danny rose last week. downpour. i want to show you this. last and how he feels disilusioned by a lack of any progress in tackling the issue, his manager mauricio pochetinno has been speaking today you love looking at the jet stream, as spurs prepare to face sterling‘s manchester city tomorrow don't you? i do, but today tempered night in the champions you could get up to 18 or 19 degrees league quarterfinals. so beautiful, lovely weather. but it looks like it is turning colder. we looks like it is turning colder. we look at wednesday, the air is coming pochettino says it‘s positive that his player and sterling on the way from scandinavia so from have a platform to o speak out which is a real positive ,rose‘s finland, sweden, norway, so that means temperatures will be dipping away. but let us have a look at the how many people are out there and jet stream. last time i spoke to cannot say anything and just go home you, the jet stream was producing and cried. that is the point as funny patterns across parts of the world. if you look at this one, well. i told you in the past, that i notice how you get this tip here, thenit notice how you get this tip here, then it goes back upwards and then will do everything to try and stop it lips round again. let us be that top again. this will look a bit and this.
ata top again. this will look a bit and at a faster speed, see how that comes out of north america and then goes up and pushes on the weather systems in our direction. here it goes. it comes across the atlantic ocean. why? because there is something here that is blocking it. it is cold a high pressure. high pressure is like a stone in the three points separate spurs in third to sixth atmosphere. it goes like that! you placed manchester united. love doing that! with all honesty, i 1st and 2nd will be tied up up by manchester city and liverpool, in whatever order you want have to tell you, we were set to predict, then it‘s 4 into 2 for the remaining champions league u psta i rs have to tell you, we were set upstairs and we said there was not a spots...chelsea just need to avoid lot to talk about on the weather defeat at home to west ham tonight front. i take out the jet stream and to move back into the top four, the hammers haven‘t won at stamford bridge in there's always something happening the league since 2002 at their in the atmosphere but there you go. give us a forecast! on our they really are a very dangerous tea m pa rt you go. give us a forecast! on our part of the world, climate change so they really are a very dangerous team because in the season, they we re team because in the season, they were not able to have consistency. much so sometimes we struggle to but they had a team with high talk about it. we got the showers in quality. so in this single match, the headline. this is the satellite can be very dangerous. it‘s a
image and this is that the cloud is, difficult match. a hibernian fan has been where we can see that showers worst. jailed for 100 days today for confronting rangers captain it could be the case that you're james tavernier at the side of the pitch during underneath the blue skies but your neighbour on the other side of the a game last month. road is under the thick cloud. there 22—year—old cameron mack has isa road is under the thick cloud. there is a slight exaggeration but basically, that is the message here. also been banned from attending any they could be some heavy showers matches in scotland for 10 years. he led guilty to breach of the peace developing and temperatures might get up to 19 degrees. in the north after the incident at hibs‘ easter road stadium last month.edinburgh sheriff court heard the 22—year—old has apologised of the uk it is brilliant and blue to the player and both clubs.his skies and one of the reasons we are england lionesses skipper seeing the cloud and showers towards steph horeton will miss tomorrow nigths world cup warm—up match against spain because of a groin the south is thatjet stream pattern injury. that i should earlier on. when it horeton will be one of several changes for head coach does all of that in the atmosphere, phil neville, after england‘s 1—0 defeat to canada on friday. england play further friendlies our weather turns upside down as aginst denmark and new zealand, before their first world cup group well. medical back to it again. you game against scotland on the 9th ofjune. can see this time that the jet strea m can see this time that the jet stream has a chilly gone all the way 16 years after he made down into the mediterranean to his england debut, barry middleton has retired anyone heading to the mediterranean, from international hockey. thatis he‘s great britain anyone heading to the mediterranean, that is where the weather is and englands hockey‘s u nsettled. that is where the weather is unsettled. when the jet stream goes most capped player, having played to the south, the weather takes a 432 times and scored 119 goals.
dive down towards the south and we see that edgier. once again on he played in four olympic games, tuesday there could be some showers four world cups, eight in the south were as the rest of the european championships and four commonwealth games. country, i mean in scotland we are he was in the team thatjust missed laughing, it is beautiful here. by out on olympic bronze in 2012 tuesday, wednesday, thursday, that but did claim commonwelath mapi tuesday, wednesday, thursday, that map i showed you the arrows of the bronze last year. colder air coming out of scandinavia, that is what is bringing cooler weather. here is the high pressure, that stone i was it's it‘s been amazing for me to play hockeyin talking about. that ascending colour it‘s been amazing for me to play hockey in so many places and make many friends. if your going to have air in ourdirection. talking about. that ascending colour air in our direction. this time of the year, it is that weird situation to ta ke many friends. if your going to have to take a couple, it‘s obviously where the temperatures in the shade winning something which was massive can be pretty low, maybejust a for us as a country and the group that did that in 2009, a special where the temperatures in the shade can be pretty low, maybe just a few degrees above freezing so, really feeling. funny, london and the hague world cup that we had were both nippy. thick coats and even gloves really special personally because if you're standing on the north sea they were home tenements for me. and that is to end but because of the sudden this time of year is a strong as it is towards the end of i‘ll have more for the summer, it feels really, really warm when you're sheltered from the you in the next hour. wind and not sunshine but crucially
with that stone in the atmosphere, that high pressure, it means very little rain towards the end of the now on afternoon live — week and it is cloudy skies and this let‘s go nationwide — and see what‘s happening around the country — in our daily visit arrow means an easterly went and temperatures are dropping away. she to the bbc newsrooms around the uk. let‘s go tojeremy ball, weather update. who‘s in nottingham where prisoners‘ children are being invited into prisons to film bedtime stories in a bid to prevent reoffending. peter levy is in hull, where a novel way of tackling knife crime through a hip hop musical scheme has been so successful, it‘s being rolled out across the whole region. prisoners‘ children are being invited into a jail, to film bedtime stories inmates have been recording strays for many years but this goes further. they video and the story gets animated behind them but the big thing is that the family comes in to do it with them. i went to see
how it works and sophie and her baby who was born after his dad was locked up and we watch them filming and recording the hungry caterpillar together. dylan gets that on a dvd together. dylan gets that on a dvd to to come and watch as often as he likes. this is now extended to other prisons and jails. why do they do it? they say it is keeping families together and they reckon that is stopping reoffending. the other thing they say, the child has not done anything wrong here. this was sophie‘s reaction. done anything wrong here. this was sophie's reaction. i stick it on for him every day so breakfast, dinner and tea. so he can watch his dad and hear him. he can relate to it on the telephone, he recognises it is his voice and he always looks at the telephone. it is just voice and he always looks at the telephone. it isjust nice that sean has been able to do stuff that he would be doing at home with us. it
makes up for the time lost really. this looks fascinating and the children will soon be able to watch the stories online? yes, they are working on that the moment. they are setting up a secure website works like internet banking. the child can then choose their story from home so they will log in, request the story and then dad gets brought back from the sale to recorded. a couple of days later it will be edited and uploaded to the websites of the child can watch the whole thing from home. this is something they will be able to watch on smartphones or ta blets able to watch on smartphones or tablets and this is also about training the inmates because they get a qualification out of this and when they are eventually released from jail, prison says that will help them make honest living. more tonight on bbc east midlands today this evening. young people in hull are taking part
in a hip hop musical as a way to tackle knife crime. the interest and worry about knife crime is immense at the moment. devastating story after story. in february, helen was the second city to get a visit by the huge knife angel. it is a statue made up of 100,000 knives. here it is. the knives were either used in a knife crime or surrendered by people and handed in. it really is magnificent, a fantastic statue. the impact was great in the city even though knife crime here is not anywhere near as bad as in big cities like london. they‘re working here on the basis that prevention is better than cure. there is to be new knives video and also that hip—hop musical which he joked about which the youngsters can
get involved in. it is going to raise the awareness of the dangers of carrying knives. the man behind the musical got himself involved in gang violence as a teenager himself and almost died. here he is talking the weekend. it's going fantastic, it's been so good to see so many young people wanting to get involved. i don't have to ask people, people are asking me and it shows you that a lot of the people sometimes maybe they are finding themselves in trouble because they have nothing to channel that energy and creativity and so to see them coming in, wanting to be part of it and working ha rd wanting to be part of it and working hard to be part of it is willie encouraging. i wasn't joking about the hip—hop musical, i wasjoking about you and hip—hop music!“ the hip—hop musical, i wasjoking about you and hip-hop music! it has been really successful and now the work is being extended onto the holiday structure and northern lincolnshire. last month i was a
knives amnesty here and a staggering 500 knives were handed in here alone. that is up on the last amnesty. the arrival of that knife angel has rarely got people talking and thinking. it is well worth seeing and i would just say, at the moment, the statue is on display in coventry in the cathedral until the 23rd of april so get along and see it. it is a big man, a bit scary and despite standing outside, he never gets rusty! you were expecting worse. that could have been a lot worse. if you would like to see more on the stories, access them on the ipo. we
go nationwide every weekday afternoon at 4:30. a new ‘ultra low emission zone‘ to try to reduce air pollution has come into force in central london. under the scheme, drivers of older, more polluting cars and vans will have to pay a daily fee of £12.50 on top of the existing congestion charge — and bigger vehicles will be charged a hundred pounds. the mayor of london, sadiq khan, says he‘s responding to a public health emergency, as victoria gill reports. the dangerous reality of city life. these images filled with a heat sensitive camera showed the pollution from vehicles being pumped into our streets. it‘s invisible but on busy city streets like this we‘re all breathing it and long—term exposure to air pollution from traffic can damage our lungs, our hearts, and it reduces our life expectancy. that‘s why london is embarking on a bold venture. the world‘s first ultra low emission zone. from today drivers of the most polluting vehicles will have to pay to from today,
the most polluting vehicles will have to pay to enter the city centre. the ultra low emission zone is set to be expanded to cover the entire area between the north and south circular roads in 2021. cities across england are considering similar schemes with birmingham and leeds saying they will introduce clean air zones next year. the idea is to discourage people to drive into central london if they‘ve got polluting vehicles, to encourage them to walk, cycle, or use public transport. if they have to drive into central london, to use a cleaner form a vehicle, electric, hybrid, or hydrogen powered. but if you are going to drive in with a more polluting vehicle you‘d have to pay for that. so, what is a more polluting vehicle? well, it‘s based on a standard emissions test. petrol vehicles registered before 2005 are likely to be subject to this new charge. but most diesel vehicles registered before 2016 will be liable. and what will it cost? well, if you include the congestion charge, it could cost £24 per day to drive
a car or van into central london. for small business owners like alex who runs a house clearance and recycling company it has meant upgrading his van to a newer one compatible with these ultra low emission rules. i haven‘t been paid in two months. really? that‘s because of the outlay for new vehicles? yes, the vehicle itself was 19000 and we had to pay for the box on the back so the total is nearly 30,000. you specifically bought that because of the new regulations? yes, i had no choice. it‘s been really, really tough and we have had to borrow money right, left and centre and really scrape through. how are others in london viewing these new antipollution regulations? well and truly affected, plus we will have to pay the other congestion when we get into town as well, so we are going to be slaughtered. if it improves the air quality for people it is clearly something that will benefit everybody.
this is a national experiment, the attempt to clean up the air we breathe and it begins on the busy, polluted streets of central london. first a look at the headlines on afternoon live. theresa may meets her cabinet ahead of travelling to france and germany for talks tomorrow — as she faces renewed calls first a look at the headlines on afternoon live. for her to resign from some brexiteers in her own party meanwhile in dublin — eu chief negotiator michel barnier has met irish prime minister leo varadkar — and reaffirmed the eu‘s commitment to stand fully behind ireland internet sites carrying harmful content — including child abuse and terrorist propaganda — could be blocked or fined, under new government plans. here‘s your business headlines on afternoon live. retail tycoon mike ashley, who has tabled a rescue bid for store chain debenhams, has accused its executives of "a sustained programme
of falsehoods and denials". he‘s now urged them to take a lie detector test and called for an investigation. mr ashley has offered to inject £150m into the ailing department store chain, in return for being appointed chief executive. ghosn is gone. nissan shareholders have voted to oust the company‘s former boss carlos ghosn from its board — officially ending his relationship with the firm he rescued from near bankruptcy 20 years ago. mr ghosn was re—arrested in tokyo last week over claims of financial misconduct. business optimism is at its lowest level since 2012 over ongoing concerns over brexit, according to new research. the biggest falls were amongst service sector firms. other recent figures have suggested business output was growing, but analysts suggest that‘s simply because more firms are stockpiling supplies ahead of the uk‘s departure date from the eu.
what has happened to boeing today? it is going to reduce production by 20%. the investigations into the crash are not yet complete, the problems for boeing are mounting. the new anti—stall mechanism on the max relied on data from one single sensor at the front of the aircraft. at least two lawsuits have been filed and more are likely. airlines whose aircraft remain grounded will want financial compensation. randeep somel is director of global equities at m&g investments.
one of the interesting things here is that with all the problems swell in around the 737, the share price has gone from four 40 down to 390. it does not seem to have affected much about the feeling of the company. good afternoon. it is only a small amount of production for boeing. airlines always have issues when they atrium and technology. unfortunately we have seen two fatal crashes but if you go back and look at when boeing introduced the 787, they all had to be grounded when the batteries caught fire. at here's back from that, another pain there was a three—year delay in the coming into production. when forecasts are made like this, they anticipate issues like this and unfortunately it has taken two accidents in this
case. from germany we had economic figures which really seem to suggest that the german economy is slowing down really quite dramatically. is this a worry, indication of what‘s happening around the globe or is it to do with brexit or the european economy? it is global, if you look at germany, it is an export led manufacturing economy. when the world slows down, germany slows down and it is the manufacturers that have ta ken of and it is the manufacturers that have taken of the head. it's now about 44 so it is in contraction. if you look away from manufacturing, the services index is up. china tariffs, we have seen become an issue, may be uncertainties around brexit, us trade negotiations have come into the mix. ok don't shares are doing very well, we had that fire at the warehouse in february and the shares went down by 15% but
since then, the shares are up more than 50% and it is because they‘re becoming a tech company, not a retail company, that correct?” think from the beginning, it was always confused as a retail company. it has always been a tech company. it has always been a tech company. it had a close association with waitrose but a juicy at now, and the reasons those shares have pushed is that the technology they have a sum could be valuable. in the last few months, we have seen them partner with one of the largest food retailers and calls in australia. other companies are seeing the value that this technology company has with its ip and they are looking to license it so it is a technology company that has now got global recognition. i look at the markets.
the pound is edging up against the. a man has pleaded guilty to possessing explosives after revealing plans to target a south london mosque in a terror attack. 41 year old steven bishop, from thornton heath changed his plea on the day his trial had been due to start. he‘ll return to kingston crown court on wednesday to be sentenced. stephen bishop was due to start a three—week trial here at kingston crown court today. the 41—year—old was facing a charge of preparing an act of terrorism but that charge was changed early this morning to possessing explosives with intent to endanger life or property. at an earlier hearing some time ago, he had petered guilty a charge of making a record of information
likely to be useful to someone preparing an act of terrorism, namely handwritten notes which set out how to construct high explosives. it was on the 29th of october last year that he disclosed toa october last year that he disclosed to a recovery worker how he had plans to build a bomb a mosque in a suicide mission. most new hits, to be the target. when arrested he told the police it was in revenge for the death of a nature old girl in a manchester bombing in 2017. she was the youngest of 22 victims who died in that attack. three fireworks were found at his address, two of those had been tampered with. several pages as well as handwritten notes we re pages as well as handwritten notes were found at his mothers address including methods for making high explosives and using the dark web. other items such as a light bulb, battery and were found in a shed. after his arrest, a remote firework
firing system was delivered to his address. the prosecution say it would have no need for such an item is the fireworks he purchased could be let negative claim. internet searches found the dark web, manchester bombing, how can you avoid being tracked, the mosque and firework definitions. he brought an app to the dark web as well. the prosecution says this gives an insight into his mindset at the time and they assert was anti—islamic. he made no comment during his place interviews. he does have previous convictions, two of those are racially aggravated and a number of others for violent offences as well. he will be back in court here on wednesday to be sentenced. cctv footage of the latest atm theft shows the raiders using a digger to remove the machine and drive off with it in just over four minutes. shop owners are seeking urgent talks
with the police to discuss what they describe as a crisis over the thefts. the latest incident happened in dungiven, county londonderry, at the weekend. 4:15 yesterday morning. this filling station in dungiven. they took around four minutes to get the atm out of the wall, and then into a wedding band, and away.“ out of the wall, and then into a wedding band, and away. it is quite shocking because everyone uses the atm machine out here. if it keeps going on the way it is going, they will be nowhere in this country you can do anything. this was the latest ina can do anything. this was the latest in a series of recent atm thefts. irving is town was among other rural towns targeted. last week, colonels struck elsewhere and a bank in alaska has also been robbed. shop owners say they feel under siege and they want the police to do more. we need to see the police redouble their efforts, catch this gang and put them in front of the courts and
hopefully injailfor a put them in front of the courts and hopefully in jail for a long put them in front of the courts and hopefully injailfor a long time. the police doing enough? i don‘t doubt the individual commitment of the officers working on the atm task group also i know they are completed dedicated and determined to catch these gangs. what we want to examine is, can the psni collectively do more on this? builders and digger owners are also being asked to do more, to secure diggers overnight. iam taking i am taking you to downing street. we just saw james brokenshire i am taking you to downing street. wejust sanames brokenshire into number ten. our political editor was suggesting that 1922 committee, the backbench tory mps committee had asked for a meeting with the prime minister. amber rudd‘s appearance would suggest that perhaps there is another meeting about to get under way. we will keep and i on that
door. i have no idea, the shot was not long enough! it looks like something is afoot at number ten and it will be the team on the 5pm hour with hugh edwards will bring you details with that because that is it for us but now let us have a look at the weather. in some parts of the country, the weather is beautiful today with blue skies, but in other areas, further south and south—west, it is overcast. we have had some rain and showers are in the forecast but wherever you are, the chances are, it will brighten. the clear skies are across many parts of scotland, northern england and east anglia. notice this cloud apart of the south—west as well. these are rain bearing clouds, it has been raining on and off so far today. this afternoon we could see further heavy showers and thunderstorms as well. many northern areas should
keep the sunshine so it is an almost all or nothing day—to—day. tonight showers continue across southern areas. they could be heavy. very hit and miss. the dry weather is in place across northern england, northern ireland and scotland. quite nippy tonight with temperatures in city centres around four celsius. and on tuesday, the are looking at the big picture here and you can see the big picture here and you can see the jet stream is driving on that weather system to the south of us so thatis weather system to the south of us so that is why we are seeing some of that is why we are seeing some of that wet weather. normally weather fronts sweep to the north—west of us because we have this jet stream to the south of us in the winds coming from the east, the weather fronts are tending to go further south so again on tuesday, they could be some heavy rain across the south for a time where as the rest of the country is a winner with lots of sunshine. quite cool and country is a winner with lots of sunshine. quite cooland in country is a winner with lots of sunshine. quite cool and in fact temperatures are expected to drop as we go through the second—half of the week. notice that in the north—east,
week. notice that in the north—east, we are seeing colder winds blowing out of scandinavia across the north sea and heading to the uk so it will be particularly chilly on these naughty coasts, so norwich, on the way at newcastle winning quite nippy on wednesday but in this wind direction when we get the wind from the east, it does tend to be dry and sunny to temperatures at best around 12 but i think it will feel colder than that on that north sea coast. temperatures struggling to single figures. beyond that, we keep the easterly winds but also a lot of dry weather and by friday, it really is going to feel quite nippy.
today at 5. the tech giants are facing a new system of regulation under government plans to clamp down on harmful content online. it‘s partly in response to the death of 14—year—old molly russell, who took her own life in 2017. but her father says that far more needs to be done. i think the white paper is an important step to making the internet a safe place. the era of self—regulation has not worked. we‘ll be hearing more from molly‘s father ian and we‘ll be looking at the government‘s proposals. the other main stories on bbc news at 5. senior conservative mps meet theresa may in downing street as she prepares for brexit talks in france and germany tomorrow