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this is bbc news — hello, you're watching afternoon live. hello, you‘re watching afternoon live — this is bbc news — our latest headlines. today at 5: sweden our latest headlines: i'm martine croxall. i‘m martine croxall. sweden considers reopening sweden considers reopening today at 3.00pm: today at 4. considers whether to reopen an investigation into rape an investigation into rape sweden considers reopening an investigation into allegations allegations made against wikileaks an investigation into rape allegations made against wikileaks sweden considers reopening allegations made against wikileaks of rape againstjulian assange. founderjulian assange an investigation into rape founderjulian assange founderjulian assange after his after his arrest allegations made against wikileaks after his arrest over the wikilea ks founder arrest yesterday founderjulian assange is already facing extradition in london. over conspiracy charges in after his arrest over conspiracy charges in the to the united states over conspiracy they could have kept it going the us. conspiracy charges in the us. they could have kept it going while he was inside the embassy, charges — he was arrested yesterday they could have kept it going us. while he was inside the embassy, they decided not to. while he was inside the embassy, they could have kept it going they decided not to. now, if they reopen it, while he was inside the embassy, now, if they reopen it, after spending seven years holed then we'll deal with that they decided not to. then we‘ll deal with that when it comes to it. now, if they reopen it, they decided not to. up then we'll deal with that now, if they reopen it, when it comes to in the ecuadorean new research suggests overall levels when it comes then we‘ll deal with that of violence in england when it comes to it. it. the chancellor, philip hammond, embassy. they could have kept it going and wales are falling, to it. the chancellor, philip hammond, says he hopes that a brexit while despite the increase in knife crime. the chancellor, philip hammond, says he hopes that a brexit agreement can be reached before may, he was in the embassy, they decided says he hopes that a brexit agreement can be reached before may, so the uk can avoid taking part tougher rules called agreement can be reached before may, so the uk can avoid taking part not to. if they reopen it, we will in the european for to safeguard thousands so the uk can avoid taking part in the european elections. deal with that when it comes to of children attending unregistered in the elections. schools as 0fsted reports appalling clearly nobody wants to fight clearly nobody wants to fight it. we‘ll have the latest conditions and a european elections. the european parliament elections. from washington and from stockholm. hello, you're watching afternoon live. the european parliament elections. it feels like a pointless the other main stories i'm martine croxall. on bbc news at 5... today at 2.00pm. lack of care new research suggests overall levels it feels like a pointless exercise exercise of violence in england and the only way we can avoid the chancellor, philip hammond, sweden considers reopening and wales and the only way we can avoid that says he hopes that a brexit deal can an investigation into rape the government and labour continue that is by getting allegations made against wikileaks are falling, is by getting a be agreed in time to stop the uk founderjulian assange to hold talks as they look to break taking part in next month‘s after his arrest the despite the increase deal a deal agreed and done agreed and done european over brexit in knife crime. conspiracy charges in the quickly. new research suggests overall elections. deadlock. the parenting and pregnancy club levels of violence in england quickly. us. bounty is fined £a00,000 new research suggests overall levels they could have kept it going for what the information regulator and wales are falling, of violence in england clearly nobody wants to while he was inside the embassy, sport now calls an "unprecedented" they decided not to. data breach. despite the increase in knife and wales are falling, fight the now, if they reopen it, on afternoon despite the increase in knife crime. european parliament elections. it crime. the parenting and pregnancy feels like a pointless exercise. as then we'll deal with that live. coming up on the parenting and pregnancy when it comes to it. the second round of golf‘s club, bounty, is fined club, bounty, is fined the only way we could avoid that masters is underway afternoon £400,000 for what the £400,000 for illegally sharing new research suggests overall levels in america, and live, all the the personal information of more is information by getting a deal of violence in england some big sport. regulator calls an than 14 million people. and wales are falling, names need a the second round of the masters is agreed and done despite the increase in knife crime. 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you're absolutely right. saturday is former ukip leader nigel farage tougher rules called poulter is the coming up on launches a new brexit party for to safeguard thousands traditionally moving day but if you sport now on afternoon and says it aims to change of children attending unregistered leading briton and he afternoon live live with hugh ferris. might have to do it british politics for good. schools — as ofsted reports will be hoping all the sport the masters continues — appalling conditions 2a hours earlier and the overnight leaders thousands of children in in august. they've been going for to maintain his challenge. he — hugh and a lack of care how is ian poulter doing in the are back england are going to about an hour has just started his second round, he the government and labour in august. they've been going for aboutan hourorso masters in the us? on the continue to hold talks in august. they've been going for about an hour or so on around two. the first groups had to contend with illegal, unregistered schools, as they look to is two shots of the overnight following the ups and downs course? according to the regulator 0fsted, of ian poulter‘s second they had picked up where they left and it says the conditions in break a bit of rain on friday lead. round at the masters. the brexit deadlock. thanks, huw, and we'll bejoining the englishman, who‘s the best placed morning. yesterday was actually the best of you for a full update british player at augusta, off, as well. they thought was the some of them are "appalling". coming up on afternoon live, just after half—past. bogeyed the first... field had the best all the sport with huw. the conditions we are mel has all and birdied the and jessie buckley plays the second expecting for of the conditions all four days, having the weather. second. hence the ups and downs. yesterday, particularly yesterday an ex—convict who dreams of round of evening but despite a bit of said that, it isa so he‘s still two shots becoming a country music star in wild the masters scoring was pretty difficult it is a case of spot the difference off the overnight lead. rain and generally overcast skies at nonetheless. the leaders won't be with our weather at the moment. more later. augusta, it doesn‘t seem to rose, is underway. out for a couple of hours it 13 minutes into it, and the weather is settled, but chilly. have st stop the progress of yet after the completed their first round now has all the weather. it has taken a bit of a tyrant. i will have earlier in some is brooks koepka it is the forecast later on in the pretty crisp, maybe a little too or bryson dechambeau. both had raining at augusta. sunshine. it may programme. crisp at times? it picked up a shot already in thanks, mel. we will have also coming up: hollywood star is chilly but the early stages of their second round. play very differently for brooks audrey hepburn was a heroine the koepka and bryson dechambeau settled conditions have ruled the latest just after half of the wartime dutch resistance, roost for much of this week. how is kafka birdied the first, dish did raining at augusta. we will have as they according to a new biography. we'll be talking to the author. that we can shipping up? the same at the 2nd, and the latestjust after half past. tee off later. i will have as a result phil mickelson is there are 7—under par. —— brooks thanks, huw, and mel the full forecast later on in has all the weather. also contending, open champion. koepka birdied the crisp and clear francesco molinari, tiger woods, all the programme. pa rt francesco molinari, tiger woods, all part of the chasing pack, along thank, also coming up — hollywood star audrey hepburn first. justin today. was a heroine of the wartime dutch rose has picked up a shot as it has been clear with ian poulter, the leading british resistance, according player in the first of the current to a new biography. well, and settled for we‘ll but the world number one has a lot much of this week, but will it stay contenders to start their second of work to do. you should make hello, everyone. hear like that? i will round, as well. he is off in the this is afternoon live. i'm martine croxall. from the cut but still languishing some have the forecast next 20 minutes or so. sweden is considering whether to reopen an investigation the distance behind. rory mcilroy and
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nature in the programme. and there's been another into allegations of rape made tiger woods in i will have the forecast instance of racism involving against wikileaks author. nature in the programme. chelsea supporters? founderjulian assange. thanks, mel. the penultimate and also coming up: lessons in recycling he was arrested in london yesterday, — the city where residents last grouping out later on today, so sort their rubbish into seven that's right, this time mohamed after ecuador revoked the asylum different bin bags. salah is the subject of a video that which had allowed him to live they only get going just before has led to jurgen in its embassy for seven and salah is the subject of a video that has led tojurgen klopp calling for nearly seven years. the united states is attempting seven o‘clock. a found guilty of racist abuse. to extradite him on charges football now, there‘s the of conspiring to hack hello everyone — this supporters were filmed singing an into a government computer. is afternoon live — been another offensive song about him. the labour says he should not be sent i‘m martine croxall. chelsea forward as a muslim, of sweden is considering whether to incident of racism, again involving hello, everyone. to the us because he exposed reopen an investigation chelsea this is afternoon live. course. the video appeared evidence of into allegations of rape made i'm martine against wikileaks supporters? to show atrocities founderjulian assange. in iraq and he was arrested in london yesterday, croxall. show six supporters chanting, after ecuador revoked the asylum mohamed salah is the subject sweden is considering which had allowed him to live of a video that has led to liverpool whether to reopen an investigation salah afghanistan. into allegations of rape made isa bummer show six supporters chanting, salah our home affairs correspondent tom symonds reports. in its embassy for managerjurgen klopp calling against wikileaks is a bummer repeatedly on their way julian assange has gone nearly seven years. for life bans for fans found founderjulian assange. to the match at slavia prague. three from self—imposed captivity the united states is attempting guilty of racist abuse. at the ecuadorian embassy, to extradite him on charges chelsea supporters were filmed he was arrested in london yesterday, of the six were identified by which ended abruptly yesterday of conspiring to hack as his hosts into a government computer. singing an offensive song after ecuador revoked the asylum chelsea and barred from the game. labour says he should not be sent which had allowed him to live withdrew their support, about salah. in its embassy for the club are working to identify the to the us because he exposed nearly seven years. to an evidence of atrocities other three, who did not turn up to in iraq and afghanistan. the former chelsea the united states is attempting actual prison. our home affairs correspondent forward is a muslim. to extradite him on charges the match. they have released a statement... not only is he likely to be jailed a video appeared to show six of conspiring to hack tom symonds reports. supporters chanting ‘salah into a government computer. for breaching his bail, is a bomber‘ repeatedly on their way labour says he should not be sent he is also awaiting what promises julian assange has gone from self—imposed captivity to the club‘s europa league to the us because he exposed to be a bitter extradition battle. at the ecuadorian quarter final first leg evidence of at slavia prague last night. embassy, three of the six people involved labour's position clear — jeremy corbyn's tweet, which ended abruptly were identified by chelsea atrocities extradition should in and yesterday and barred from the game. be opposed. as his hosts withdrew their support, chelsea are working afghanistan. liverpool have also called the to identify the other three, our home affairs correspondent chanting discriminatory and to an actual prison. who did not turn tom symonds reports. and this morning assange's julian assange has not only is he likely to be jailed up. dangerous. lawyer set out the case for the they released a statement for breaching his bail, gone these guys... not always and in he is also awaiting what promises saying... from self—imposed defence. he is obviously going to fight
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other parts of life but these guys captivity extradition and fight it hard, to be a bitter extradition battle. at the ecuadorian embassy, are football fans so if you do this case raises significant issues which ended abruptly yesterday about free speech, we have been labour‘s position clear — as his hosts withdrew their support, something like that, you should not jeremy corbyn‘s tweet, be allowed to enter a warning about the prospect to an actual prison. of an extradition request from the united states since 2010, extradition should be liverpool have called the chanting not only is he likely to be jailed stadium again. for breaching his bail, from my point of view, in since i first walked opposed. into a police station in 2010, and this morning assange‘s lawyer ‘discriminatory and dangerous‘. he is also awaiting what promises your life. and he sought asylum arsenal, meanwhile, have set out the case for the defence. these guys... to be a better extradition battle. started an investigation in the ecuadorian embassy after a video emerged online precisely because of that, he is obviously going to fight it‘s not always, it happens labour's position clear — where a supporter can be and that is precisely what has extradition and fight it hard, jeremy corbyn‘s tweet, heard allegedly racially happened to the moment in other parts of life extradition should abusing the napoli defender he was this case raises significant issues but these guys are football kalidou koulibaly about free speech, we have been fans so if you do something be opposed. during their europa league quarter final warning about the prospect pushed out like that, you should not be allowed and this morning assange‘s lawyer of an extradition request to enter a stadium again, last night. of the from the united states since 2010, set out the case for the from my point the cardiff boss neil warnock has embassy. since i first walked defence. at the heart of this is a question — into a police station in 2010, of view, in he is obviously going to fight been charged by the fa over extradition and fight it hard, isjulian assange is a politically and he sought asylum your life. this case raises significant issues controversial comments he made motivated computer hacker, in the arsenal, meanwhile, have started an investigation about free speech, we have been about match officials. revealing sensitive government information? after a video emerged online warning about the prospect he called where a supporter can be of an extradition request them the "worst in the world" ecuadorian embassy heard allegedly racially after his side's 2—1 defeat abusing the napoli defender from the united states since 2010, or is he a journalist receiving precisely because kalidou koulibaly since i first walked to chelsea on at the end of march. damaging leaks and making them during their europa league he's got until tuesday public in the of that, quarter final into a police station in 2010, and he sought asylum to respond to the charges. last night. public interest? because he was concerned about being in the ecuadorian embassy the rfu will meet the cardiff boss neil warnock has precisely because of that, england internatinoal billy vunipola after he apparently allowing us to see footage extradited for having published been charged by the fa over and that is precisely what has like this, the notorious happened to the moment showed his support killings of civilians us controversial comments he made he was documents and that is precisely what about premier league match for isreal folau, and journalists in 2007. has happened to the moment he was officials. pushed out he called them the whose social media comments that this is what assange told the pushed out of the embassy. "worst in the world" of the hell awaits gay people have led at the heart of this is a question — after his side‘s 2—1 defeat to chelsea on at the end of march. embassy. to the australia full bbc‘s today programme in isjulian assange is a politically at the heart of this is a question — he‘s got until tuesday back facing the sack. 2010. motivated computer hacker, revealing sensitive isjulian assange is a politically vunipola has we are a publisher we accept government information? to respond to the charges. refused to unlike his fellow information, and we vetted, or is he a journalist receiving motivated computer hacker, we analyse it and damaging leaks and making them the rfu will meet revealing sensitive government christian's england internatinoal public in the public interest? billy vunipola after he post, publish it, allowing us to see footage information? and that is what like this, the notorious and has said that "man was made killings of civilians apparently showed his support
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we do. or is he a journalist receiving for woman to pro create, and journalists in 2007. damaging leaks and making them the allegations are, in this case, for isreal folau, "that was the that an intelligence agency walked this is what assange told the whose social media comments that public in the public out with the material on a bbc‘s hell awaits gay people have led interest? allowing us to see footage goal, no?" cd, today programme in to the australia that is the allegation. like this, the notorious vunipola however added that 2010. killings of civilians "i don't hate anyone", we are a publisher, we full back facing the but could still face can you hear me? accept information, and we vetted, and journalists in disciplinary action sack. but now it is clear the american vunipola has refused 2007. this is what assange told the allegations are that he encouraged we analyse it and publish it, the novella, like folau, a christian and that is what we do. to unlike the post bbc‘s today programme in 2010. the leaks and that he tried to crack who interprets as chris janet in the allegations are, in this and has said that "man was made we are a publisher a password himself, for woman to procreate, a case, that an intelligence agency "that was we accept certain way. and the nipple has been though information, and we asked to unlike the post follow walked out with the material on a cd, the goal, vetted, unsuccessfully. we analyse it and publish it, his but out, he has not done that is the allegation. brit gary mckinnon did hack us no?" and that is what we do. that and can you hear vunipola however added that the allegations are, in this case, has put out a statement computers, and the government "i don‘t hate anyone". that an intelligence agency walked prevented his extradition broadly in because of concerns about his mental health. me? but now it is clear the american the rfu say they don‘t out with the material on a cd, line with where folau support the player‘s views that is the allegation. this morning, the shadow home allegations are that he encouraged and vunipola‘s club can you is coming secretary said assange has the leaks and that he tried to crack saracens claim they‘ll deal from. —— the with the matter internally an equal but different case. a password himself, as his conduct is inconsistent though with what they expect. hear me? nicola —— vunipola in the end, we blocked vunipola, like folau, the extradition of gary mckinnon a christian who interprets his christianity in a certain way. but now it is clear the american has for human rights grounds, unsuccessfully. and vunipola has been asked by been asked to people to unlike the post by folau, allegations are that he encouraged and i think there might the leaks and that he tried to crack unlike. meanwhile australian rugby brit gary mckinnon did hack us but he has not done that and has bosses say their intention be human rights issues a password himself, to terminate folau's in relation to assange, computers, and the government gone a step further and put he is at the very least prevented his extradition because of concerns though a whistle—blower, and much about his mental health. some sentiments broadly in line contract this morning, the shadow home with where folau is "unchanged" following of the information that he brought secretary said assange has is coming from. into the public domain, an equal but different case. but it‘s a real can of worms unsuccessfully. a meeting with the player. it could be argued, was very much in the end, we blocked being opened here, isn‘t it? rugby australia and new south with vunipola, like folau, using his wales rugby union met in the public interest. the extradition of gary mckinnon brit gary mckinnon did hack us folau on for human rights grounds, social media platform to put across computers, and the government another crucial development — and i think there might a point of view prevented his extradition in gothenburg, sweden, be human rights issues because of concerns friday that many, many about his mental health. after previously being prosecutors are now actively in relation to assange, this morning, the shadow home unable to contact him, considering resurrecting the rape investigation people find
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secretary said assange has he is at the very least an equal but different case. but wouldn't comment on what was said in the meeting in sydney. into julian assange, a whistle—blower, and much offensive. in the end, we blocked valtteri bottas egded out of the information that he brought england are looking forward the extradition of gary mckinnon to a huge year of cricket for human rights grounds, ferrari's sebastian vettel in second suspended when he into the public domain, with a world cup on home soil practice at the chinese grand prix. entered the embassy. it could be argued, was very much and i think there might assange has support starting at the end of next the mercedes driver managed all over the world. month and then the ashes be human rights issues to recover from an early spin in 2016, these presidential in the public interest. later in the summer. in relation to assange, to stay out in front. hopefuls said... he is at the very least his team—mate lewis hamilton also another crucial development — lots of players looking to get spun early but could wikileaks, i love wikileaks! themselves into contention playing a whistle—blower, and much in gothenburg, sweden, county cricket at the moment, of the information that he brought only finish fourth. wikileaks! prosecutors are now actively and of course in the max verstappen's red bull this wikileaks is considering resurrecting indian premier league. into the public domain, was third fastest. the rape investigation one of those isjoe denly. that's all it could be argued, was very much unbelievable. into julian assange, he made his ipl debut today now he is president, and by for the kolkata knight riders.. in the public interest. the sport suspended when he yesterday something had changed. entered the embassy. it‘s fair to say it another crucial development — i know nothing about wikileaks, assange has in gothenburg, sweden, could have gone better. prosecutors are now actively considering resurrecting for now. it is not my thing. the rape investigation support one minute at the into julian assange, the wikileaks founder now has nine all over suspended when weeks to build his case crease. against extradition to the us. the world. 0ne ball he tom symons, entered the as we've heard, the chancellor in 2016, this presidential faced. philip hammond has hopeful said... embassy. been speaking following this morning's brexit talks wikileaks, i love wikileaks! completely undone by delhi capitals assange has support between the government and labour. bbc news. wikileaks! fast bowler ishant sharma. he said he was hopeful of an early this wikileaks is unbelievable. still plenty of time all over the world. for denly to make up for that deal which would mean that the uk now he is president, and by in the next few weeks. in the 2016 us presidential yesterday something had changed. in 2016, these presidential hopefuls said: didn't have to take part in european election, the wikileaks website a moment ago kolkata were 95 wikileaks, i love wikileaks! elections next month. released emails damaging i know nothing about for three after 13 overs. let's hear a little more to hillary clinton's campaign. wikileaks! when asked about the arrest wikileaks, that‘s it this wikileaks of what he had to say. of its founder, julian assange, it is not my we are in discussions mrs clinton said with the labour party, as you know. thing. the wikileaks founder now has nine is unbelievable. for now. that wouldn't have been our he should "answer weeks to build his case now he is president, and by preferred route forward. this against extradition to the us. we have negotiated a package for what yesterday something had changed. with the eu which i personally now on afternoon live, believe is an extremely good tom symons, let‘s go nationwide i know nothing about wikileaks, package for britain. he's done". and see what‘s happening around but the truth is the house the country in our daily visit it is not my thing. bbc news. to the the wikileaks founder now has nine of commons has rejected it three well, look, times now so we have to fine bbc newsrooms weeks to build his case against extradition to the us. a new way forward and that means ithink you‘ll remember that in the 2016 us times now so we have to ——find presidential election, around the tom symons, well, look, i think it is clear from the wikileaks website released
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a new way forward and that means the indictment that came out it emails damaging to hillary uk. clinton‘s campaign. we‘ll talk to jeff brown bbc news. talking to the labour party, is when asked about the arrest in the north—east, where some who agree with us that brexit must not about punishing of its founder, julian assange, of the best places to live 0verall levels of in britain have been violence in england be delivered, who agree with us that journalism, it mrs clinton said he and wales are on the decline, freedom of movement must be ended, is about assisting the revealed, and dominic heale according to a study of hospital should "answer is in the east midlands for us, accident and emergency data. but we don't agree on all the other for what he‘s where there‘s a new mods exhibition arrangements for making hacking of that's in spite of a recent increase our way forward. the military computer done". opening tomorrow in leicester. so we've got to sit down around well, look, i think it is clear in knife and gun crime. to steal from the indictment that came out yes! leicester on the map again. cardiff university's violence the table and discuss those things information from the it is not about we research group analysed data and there are discussions ongoing a lwa ys yes! leicester on the map again. we always like to collected from a&e departments, even now, as i'm standing united states punishing here, back in london. journalism, it is about minor injury units i mean, ultimately, government is. look, i will wait hear that. are we realistically looking assisting and walk—in centres — at a customs union which contravenes and see what happens with the the hacking of the military computer first, this weekend and found that the number of people what is in your manifesto? to steal information the sunday times publishes its well, it's no secret from the best places to live list, who'd been wounded during charges and how it proceeds, and there are some real a violent incident had that the labour party have been gems in the north—east dropped slightly in talking about a permanent customs united states union as one of their negotiating but he skipped being celebrated in the top 100. 2018. objectives but they have other and there‘s one that‘s been named our home affairs correspondent bail in the uk. don't government. for the first time, jeff? danny shaw has this objectives, as well, look, i will wait and see report which does contain and we also have our own have those i'll i‘ll tell you injust a charges which have what happens with the charges i‘ll tell you in just a second. i‘ll tell you injust a second. i‘m not sure how much time you‘ve spent some flashing images. views on these things. and how appear in our part of the world, it every day, there are more been dropped in victims of knife crime. so it's not a question it proceeds, really is a lovely part of the last year, more people were fatally of simply the labour party the last several years. the bottom country. of course you will have stating it and it's done. but he skipped bail stabbed in england and wales these things will be discussed line is, he has to heard of the beautiful than at any time since records began and negotiated in the usual way. answerfor what in the uk. lake district, the wonderful north after the second world war, he has done and sweden had those charges yorkshire countryside, great but does this mean we've the prime minister has indicated, he has been charged. which have been dropped historic buildings like durham of course, that she'll make in the last cathedral, but northumberland is a it isa become a more violent a decision on the end he has done and he has been charged. it is a little ironic that he may be several years. bit of a hidden gem. i would of her leadership once the only foreigner society? a deal is agreed. the bottom line is, he imagine most viewers know about hadrian is a new study from cardiff university suggests not. but as the clock ticks, that this has to answer well but unless you have been appear as that risk of us having administration would welcome to the for what he has you might not know a lot more researchers used data from accident united and emergency departments to participate in the about done, the county. —— to calculate the number european states. at least as it has been charged. election increases, of victims of violence. i do think it is a little ironic adrian‘s will. but surely that decision that he may be the only foreigner it was estimated that 187,500 people could be taken to the house? 0verall levels i‘m two we don‘t want everyone to
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of violence in england and wales are on the decline, that this administration sought treatment last year this could be disastrous... know about it and spoil it for the well, clearly, nobody wants to fight according to a study of hospital rest of us! for injuries after being the european parliament elections. accident and emergency data. would welcome to the united states. it feels like a pointless exercise that's in spite of a recent increase laughter we‘ve got fabulous attacked. and the only way we can avoid in knife and gun crime. that's down 1.7% in 2017, countryside, wonderful unspoiled beaches, the dark skies that make continuing a substantial that is by getting a deal agreed cardiff university's violence and done quickly, and if we can research group analysed data collected from a&e departments, kielder forest one of the best long—term do that by may 22nd, minor injury units 0verall levels of violence places in the country for reduction. then of course we can avoid fighting in england and wales stargazing, and of course the cost and walk—in centres and found are on the decline, according european parliamentary of living is relatively cheap as the study also found that fewer that the number of people to a study of hospital well. but someone has been spilling children and teenagers were treated who'd been wounded during in hospital after elections. a violent incident had accident and emergency data. the beans to the sunday times! for but in any case, we want to ensure dropped slightly in that‘s in spite of a recent increase being assaulted. the beans to the sunday times! for that any british meps that 2018. in knife and gun crime. the first time the village of this really means that we don't, are elected never have our home affairs correspondent danny cardiff university‘s violence all of us, need to be more to take their seats shaw has this report which does allendale, population 2000, is named in the european parliament contain some flashing research group analysed data scared than we used to by ensuring this is all done collected from a&e departments, as one of the best places to live in be. well before the images. minor injury units the country. it‘s everything a rural violence involving knives every day, there are more and walk—in centres — is localised, it affects relatively new european victims of knife crime. and found that the number of people retreat should be. it has its small numbers of people, so overall the risk to us parliament last year, more people were fatally who‘d been wounded during own brewery, so gets my a violent incident had stabbed in england and wales dropped slightly in vote! it‘s all has convenes. handily placed, 35 miles from than at any time since records began 2018. newcastle to the east and carlisle decreased. the labour leader, after the second world war, our home affairs correspondent according to the survey, jeremy corbyn, has said the uk but does this mean we've become danny shaw has this to the west. it‘s twice there was a small increase government should not extradite report which does contain julian assange to the us a more violent society? been named in the number of women following his a new study some flashing images. all england best village of the who were attacked and injured, year. arrest every day, there are more all england best village of the and a rise of more than 5% among from cardiff yea r. every all england best village of the in london university suggests victims of knife crime. year. every sunday it hosts a last year, more people were fatally festival which attracts some of men and women aged 51 and yesterday. not. stabbed in england and wales the wikilea ks co—founder researchers used data from accident the over. the reasons for that are was detained by police at ecuador‘s embassy, and emergency departments than at any time since records began top folk music acts in the country. where he'd been living to calculate the number after the second world war, unclear. since the country granted of victims of violence. but does this mean we‘ve every new year‘s eve there is a overall, though, it seems hospitals him asylum in 2012. it was estimated that 187,500 people ceremony where the guys worked on are seeing fewer victims of violence he'd taken refuge there sought treatment last year but many more people who've been after the uk's supreme court ordered become a more violent the main street carrying flaming he be extradited to sweden to answer for injuries barrels of hot tar. i know, it attacked with knives. danny shaw, allegations of rape society? a new study from cardiff sounds like a health and safety and sexual assault. after being nightmare but it does date back yesterday, it emerged that the us university suggests not. bbc news. also wants him extradited researchers used data from accident to the mid—19th century, possibly to
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in connection with a huge leak attacked. and emergency departments the chancellor philip hammond has of classified us government to calculate the number the mid—19th century, possibly to the middle ages. there that's down 1.7% in 2017, said it's very likely documents continuing a substantial is even a that the idea of a second brexit long—term of victims of violence. referendum will be put in rather quirky allendale sci—fi to parliament at some point — reduction. it was estimated that 187,500 people museum, from by a doctor who fan. 2010. but that the time to do 0nly know a really nice place to so was tight. earlier, we heard from cbs the study also found that fewer sought treatment last year he was speaking as talks children and teenagers were treated live. 0ur reporter went there continued between labour correspondent laura podesta in hospital after for injuries after being and the to ask in new york about the current being assaulted. attacked. the locals what they find special options for assange. that‘s down 1.7% in 2017, about it. governemnt on we can speculate what the british this really means that we don't, courts will do, as far all of us, need to be more continuing a substantial the best butchers in the area, the best pies you‘ll ever get, here. the way as the timeline of releasing assange scared than we used to be. long—term reduction. and sending him back to the us, do you like a pie? violence involving knives ahead. but we've been hearing it is localised, it affects relatively laughter. could take months to years, small numbers of people, the study also found that fewer do you want the truthful answer?! so overall the risk so the saga is to us children and teenagers were treated i love it here. in hospital after what do you like? just beginning. everything. and the president, our president, all has being assaulted. the people we have negotiated a package with this really means that we don‘t, for his part did not lend any decreased. are lovely the eu that i think all of us, need to be more immediacy to the situation, according to the survey, is an extremely there was a small increase scared than we used to and friendly, good package for britain. the house as you heard in that report. in the number of women when asked about assange's arrest who were attacked and injured, be. violence involving knives the area, and a rise of more is localised, it affects relatively of commons has rejected three times yesterday, he said he didn't know small numbers of now, so much about wikileaks, than 5% among men you‘ll cause a stampede! i‘m not of commons has rejected three times now, so we of commons has rejected three times now, so we need to find a new way and that deviates from what he said on the campaign trail back in 2016, and women aged 51 people, so overall the sure about the tar, though. were there any other towns or forward and that means talking that he loved wikileaks and over. risk to the labour party, who agree with us to us all has cities on the list from your for its release of thousands the reasons for that are unclear. overall, though, it seems hospitals decreased. region? that brags it needs delivered, they of clinton e—mails thanks to a hack are seeing fewer victims of violence according to the survey, when i can vouch for, york, what a there was a small increase agree with us that freedom of of the democratic national but many more people who've been in the number of women great place to be movement needs to be ended, but we committee. attacked with knives. who were attacked and injured, the information, we know, danny and a rise of more than 5% with its wonderful don't agree with the other in those e—mails helped derail shaw, among men cathedral, a great place to live and arrangements for making our way hillary clinton's presidential and women aged 51 and campaign against trump. to work and to shop and to forward , arrangements for making our way forward, so we have got to sit bbc over. around a table and discuss i want to clarify, though, the reasons for that visit. back on the assange is not facing any charges news. are unclear. those things. there are discussions relating to the hack well, we can get more on this north—east coast, we‘ve overall, though, it seems hospitals
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ongoing even now. of the dnc e—mail server. now with co—director are seeing fewer victims of violence of cardiff university's crime got teignmouth, beautiful beach, he is facing a charge for conspiracy but many more people who‘ve been on his way out of the talks here in the us for helping and security research institute, attacked with knives. fabulous coastline, great a little earlier, danny shaw, the shadow chancellorjohn mcdonnell chelsea manning break professorjohn for surfing, and the primary is a value gave reporters his verdict into a top—secret military computer on their progress so far. bbc news. for the annual mouth of the talks are going on, in order shephard. constructive, so we are hopeful. thai music festival, this year they have to release the chancellor philip hammond has positive. why did you decide to rick astley, the classified said it‘s very likely that the idea do you think anything could be documents and carry out this of a second brexit referendum proclaimers and a sorted out over the easter recess? classified videos. research? because we discovered that will be put to parliament at some we are working out a timetable. at least half of the local brit award winner. —— the there's a fair amount of detail work point — but that the time mouth of that will go on over tougher laws to combat terrorism violence that to do so was tight. have come into force. puts people in hospital is not known the tyne the next week to ten days. he was speaking after this morning‘s and then we'll see where we are at. under the new legislation, to the police, mainly because it is talks between the government anyone found travelling to a "designated area of conflict", and labour to try to find a solution music festival. have the government changed not reported. we to the parliamentary any of their red lines? without good reason, and there is in the spring, now home i'm not going into the detail of it. thought that deadlock over brexit could face up to 10 years toa we are trying to be as constructive accident and emergency information — and there is in the spring, now home to a really lively arts in prison. would be a talks he admitted as we possibly can on all sides the home office estimates more and music than 900 people "of national good new measure the government scene. and it was and trying to be as positive as we possibly can. security concern" from the uk have of would rather not but we'll see by the end of next travelled to the conflict in syria. violence and we home to the bbc have week how far we've got. caroline rigby thought information been forced to and is a confirmatory referendum north—east christmas party despite thatis part of what you're asking for? collected in a&e about where north—east christmas party despite that is still standing! reports. violence was happening and hold: it's always on the table, of course, shamima begum left her home we are in discussions with the thanksjeff — more on that we raise that at each meeting. weapon labour party as you know. that would in east london in 2015 tojoin use etc might improve violence tonight on bbc look north. 0ur political correspondent the islamic state group. not have been our prevention and so hello, dominic — you‘ve had nick preferred route a preview of this mods eardly is in our westminster she is just one of hundreds that proved. he for it. we have discussed a package exhibition that opens of british citizens and residents tomorrow in leicester. tell us studio. who, in recent years, did you involve on this and how did with the eu, a package i believe neck, how dependent on having have travelled abroad to live you make sure that the date that would be good but the truth is the more. new ideas forfresh in terror hot yes, it‘s called mods: shaping a neck, how dependent on having new ideas for fresh votes in the house they were collecting could be relied house of commons have rejected it of commons are these talks going to spots. three times so we have defined a new generation, designed in part to but under new laws, upon? coincide with the 40th be? the idea of having which come into force today, way forward which means talking to people who do so could face anniversary more votes in the labour party who agree with us of the here‘s cult up the house of commons is one that to ten years in that exit must be delivered, film quadra we identified
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has been floated in these prison. authorities in the uk that senior. and that film freedom of movement must be ended talks, hope the legislation and recruited but we do not agree on all the other introduced a particularly on that idea of another will boost their ability to tackle whole new generation to the threat from so—called foreign arrangements for making our referendum. not totally clear the music, fighters returning home, 126 way fashion and sometimes violent exactly how that would and enable them to disrupt forward so we have to sit down tribalism and fashion of the mods terrorist plots separate accident and emergency around a table and discuss pan out. some departments across england and wales. that is what we called a backin suggestion that it could be separate earlier. those tribalism and fashion of the mods back in the structured sample. there were things. there are discussions to the deal itself, so there would the home office estimates more representative numbers from accident and ongoing even 60s when young than 900 people of national security bea to the deal itself, so there would be a vote on the concern travelled from the uk now. people stood either side of this cultural on his way out of the talks a little deal and some sort divide and quite literally to engage with the conflict in earlier, the shadow chancellorjohn of separate motion on another emergency fought it referendum. the key thing to syria. mcdonnell gave reporters his verdict of these, around 20% on their progress so far: out! this exhibition at the new walk talks are going on, two sides are trying to do is figure out were killed whilst overseas, constructive, so we're hopeful. museum and art gallery in a positive. leicester study is the links between what seemed to be but approximately 40% do you think anything can be sorted the mod scene out during the easter recess? fairly narrow have since returned home. in leicester and differences on some of the key units the reassuring thing about the we're working out a timetable. there's a fair amount of detailed nottingham, with eyewitness issues. the main one is the the home office says the measures a ccu ra cy of units the reassuring thing about the accuracy of this is that the trends that we year identify year after work that will go on over the next accounts, archive material and trade will also include longer sentences year almost identical to the trends previously unpublished photos. and relationship that we for several terrorism offences, week to ten days of course there will be a couple of and it now becomes illegal in violence identified from the have with the and then we'll see ves pa of course there will be a couple of to publish terrorist crime survey. police records vespa scooters on show along with european union after brexit, where we're basically what the customs arrangement looks like. material are all exa m ples of or obtain it vespa scooters on show along with examples of the fashion of the over the place at. the labour as the government changed time. suits, porkpie hats and so on. i party wa nts online. the home secretary sajid javid arrangement looks like. the labour party wants a customs union, the when it comes any of suppose it was an era when, for government what the benefits of that says their red lines? i will not go but also want to do trade the new legislation would... the first time really, young people had to a ccu ra cy through the details. we are over the place when it comes to accuracy and police records are prone to a whole lot of mistakes as buying power and the freedom to deals. the two sides are trying to figure out trying to be constructive and positive as a measure of violence. the crime create their own styles. they didn‘t the differences they are. the we can possibly on both sides but we survey data tell will see by the end of next week how just wear what the mums and dads had second big thing is how binding messes. the same story. far we have got. been wearing before them and listen theresa may said she was going to exemptions will apply to individuals as the to the same records. the exhibition, who have legitimate reasons how encouraged argue that you have seen complimentary referendum on the go once the withdrawal agreement for being in so—called which opens tomorrow, will really the slight drop in overall violence table? —— designated explore the whole theme of freedom was areas, such as aid ata time the slight drop in overall violence
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sorted, so there is some concern in at a time when gamma knife crime is going up? we confirmatory. in the youth culture. the labour party that a workers. the new laws will also not allow complimentary referendum on the table? -- confirmatory. it is always here‘s one the are confident that on the table. new prime retrospective prosecutions. organisers. minister could come in and say i this measure is a reliable and valid earlier our political correspondent, caroline rigby, nick eardley, told us a bit more they had wonderful design don't fancy that, let's do that measure is a reliable and valid measure of what is happening about how those cross party talks and fashion, and the sort bbc news. have been going... of identity of the mods really again. they wanted written the idea of having more votes helped shape the city of leicester police have unveiled with violence. 0ver into a new device which can detect in the house of commons is one during that particular time. domestic legislation, so it has been when drivers might be measure of what is happening with violence. over the last 18 years we it‘s also really important worked out exactly how that could be using their mobile have been doing these that is being floated in these to capture that history now. phones at the talks, particularly on that idea we‘ve got people who have all those enshrined in uk surveys, the of another referendum. memories from the time, wheel. not totally clear exactly law. where, when, thames valley and hampshire forces findings are very similar to the how that would pan out, we‘ve got wonderful objects that are rolling out the technology — crime survey findings. some suggestion that it could be tell those stories, so it‘s really which can distinguish about bringing all of that life make a second referendum idea whether a phone is being used separate to the deal itself with a hands—free device or not. also, the so there would be a vote on the deal so that people can enjoy it come into play, as has been mentioned and learn about it. police also hope it will enable them method has been crawled all and then some sort of separate dominic — you‘re obviously today by philip to identify hotspots where motorists over by motion on the idea of another referendum. too young to have hammond? the simple frequently use their mobile phones. the reviewers of scientific articles but the key thing that the two sides been a mod or peter a nswer today by philip hammond? the simple answer is we don't know. there in thejournals we are trying to do just now the reviewers of scientific articles in the journals we have them rocker! that‘s kind of cooke published. we are confident this is is to figure out what seem to be are some labour mps who are dying to say has an accurate measure. fairly narrow differences you. tojeremy corbyn, if on some of the key issues. it's that‘s kind of you. it‘s obvious, you‘re very fresh it only face, even on a some labour mps who are dying to say to jeremy corbyn, if you some labour mps who are dying to say tojeremy corbyn, if you are going more. the main one is the trade tojeremy corbyn, if you are going measures violence which results in relationship we have with to sign up to something, make friday afternoon! another referendum condition. they hospital treatment, so if the the european union after brexit. but you have some experience he'd just signed paperwork of the passions that the mod era will vote for for his company. violence is not serious basically, what a customs kate goldsmith knows more arrangement looks like. still stirs in people? than mostly devastating consequences whatever deal labour of someone using a mobile enough to the labour party, as we phone while driving. result in hospital treatment, that ido, in her daughter amy, and amy's violence would not be represented in know, explicitly want a customs union. i do, in august 2017! was on a stag and conservatives come up stepbrothers ethan and josh, do in brighton of all places. i and the boys' mother, our figures. how didn‘t realise there was a with if it were all killed by this man the government want is subject to another referendum. i on the a311 at the benefits of that but also will your findings want to do trade deals. huge mods think that chances of the valley going on at the time and so berkshire in 2016. be used? i think the so the two sides are still trying to the city was full of those wonderful governments and we will definitely thomas croker had been scrolling figure out their differences there. have another referendum are pretty through music on his phone main way they scooters. and we‘d actually take on when he hit a line will be used as the second big thing a flat in east street, which is slim. the other option being of stationary traffic. is how binding this is. famous if you know brighton, discussed is to have a he was jailed as a way of so remember, theresa may has said
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overlooking a certain separate mechanism would parliament gets its for ten years. reassuring and increasingly worried she is going to go once alleyway now. say on another referendum. the thomas croker didn't go and fearful public about their risk the withdrawal agreement, of violence. the bit on how we get 0r weekend we could see the women thinking there with some on the out as a out, is sorted. and men of a certain age still government is there isn't a majority intentionally to kill my so there is some concern wearing their parka suits and their surgeon myself, within the labour party that in parliament at the moment for daughter, a new prime minister, porkpie hats coming and going up his but he is not the may be a brexiteer prime minister, another referendum, so they although i stopped practising at the could come in and say, alley and taking selfies of each only one. may well he was driving a lethal weapon, end of last year, i'm very aware of i don‘t fancy that, let‘s do other. and it turned out after we that bit again. rejected. in terms of timing, it all effectively blind, people who are so they want it written did a bit of research, this was into domestic legislation. depends when that deal, if because he was using worried yet well. the alleyway u p his mobile phone. so it‘s being worked out exactly did a bit of research, this was the alleyway up which leslie ash and it is and many other drivers the phil daniels had run when they were agreed comes back. that could are doing that. worried well we call them. it is the how that could be enshrined in uk chased by police during a riot it's not a soft same with the fear of violence. be a law. so where, when, in few weeks yet, so i wouldn't be crime. a the film quadrophenia and so pumped clear in yourdiary kate is now supporting a new initiative lot of people are might the second by thames valley up the film quadrophenia and so pumped up where they with adrenaline that few weeks yet, so i wouldn't be clear in your diary for another referendum just yet. out there who are referendum idea come and hampshire police. they, shall we say, cemented their theirjoint roads policing unit into play, section of this alley clear in your diary for another referendumjust yet. how clear in your diary for another referendum just yet. how has the fea rful yet to tune of all of this has become the first in the country as has been raised or certainly and throughout to buy these devices lot of people are out there who are fearful yet to i think this theatre this bank holiday weekend we changed with the mentioned today by philip hammond? eu 27 agreeing to this flexible to reduce mobile phone use. is reassuring that violence is the simple answer is, we don‘t know for sure. witnessed the enthusiasm of mods who extension to the end of october? continuing slowly to go down there are some labour mps would come up and take a selfie at the moment, the detector can who are dying to say identify when a passing motorist and join, rather than to represent after selfie of this alleyway. it gives parliament more is using their mobile phone, tojeremy corbyn, if you‘re an going to sign up to something, you —— headroom. academic of violence which we are cemented their affection. i‘m sure a extension to the end of october? it gives parliament more headroomm but not on hands—free. make another referendum lot of mods will be making their way does. in one sense it creates a not seeing, although that the police will then use a condition. to leicester for this exhibition at bit more space for the government and that information is the to target case with so they will vote for whatever deal the new walk museum and art gallery. labour party to get into labour and the conservatives come up none of that! it‘s a family show and knife violence. the particular hotspots. with, if indeed they do come up we are well before the watershed, nitty—gritty of what they want to with one, they will vote see changed to get a brexit deal those behind the technology hope how might honestly! for that if it‘s subjected i was very careful with my phrasing. through. we knew that these talks that in the future they will be able policymakers use your to a confirmatory referendum. yes! it would be the last time you to record registration plates research? have been detailed, that they are and issue people with fines. policymakers, the most useful aspect i‘ve got to say, i think the chances would be on the serious and i suspect that is what the system involves a sensor of this information of the government saying, yes, which detects vehicles show otherwise! give today was about as well, where there are active 2g, definitely, we‘ll definitely have
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is the new another referendum are pretty slim. my love to leicester. 3g or 4g phone signals. the other option, as i say, figuring out some of the minutiae that could will do. it will also recognise if people information which it provides, which that‘s been discussed as you have see these two sides getting round thank you the table together. 0n the are using a bluetooth hands—free is not available to the police some sort of separate mechanism where parliament gets its say other device and the warning sign otherwise through their own records on another for taking side, chatting to people will not flash. but it cannot record or distinguish of where violence us in nationwide this parliament yesterday and if few if a passenger or driver referendum. of a vehicle is happening, people on the phone today, everybody weapon use, gang violence, times and thinking there with some afternoon. thinks that their own option is in the government is there isn‘t is using a a majority in parliament and if you would like to see more on days. the use of that back on the table now. given that phone. at the moment for another any of those stories, you tougher penalties for using a phone data for referendum, there hasn‘t been in previous votes, six months of breathing space until the violence prevention, that is known so they may well reject it. can see illegally were introduced in 2017. as the cardiff model them on bbc iplayer. a in terms of timing, it 31st of october means that those drivers now face six penalty points reminder, we for violence all depends on when that deal, go nationwide every afternoon at who wa nt and a £200 fine if caught. prevention, where information about if it is agreed, 31st of october means that those who want another referendum or those who violence that is not known to 4:30pm here wa nt to want another referendum or those who figures from the rac want to pursue some other strategy the police is collecting an accident comes back. like a closer relationship to show 40% of drivers that could be a few weeks yet. on bbc admit checking social media and emergency, than it is depersonalised so i wouldn‘t news. the single market or potentially some in traffic. a new book reveals how then shared with police and be clearing your sort of different arrangement on the statistics show that it's males as a teenager in the netherlands aged between 26 and 45 diary for another referendum during the second world war, irish border to avoid the use local authorities so that them together the hollywood actress and style icon are our targeted of the local authorities and the police just yet. audrey hepburn supported the dutch backstop, they say there is not the audience. this is a joint partnership working. resistance in their fight space for our proposal to be and how has the tone of all of this against the occupying nazi forces. i can't do it on my own. the nhs can better identify where she raised funds, delivered changed with the eu 27 agreeing the underground resistance newspaper taken more seriously, trying to work out the mobile phone warning system and when violence is happening and even helped hide allied pilots some of the things we haven't worked to this flexible extension who‘d been shot down. is not a stand alone. and then target to the end of october? i‘ve been speaking to the books out so far. i think you are because it gives author, robert matzen. this is just one tool parliament more headroom. it does. those violence i was researching a book right, there is more headspace for mps and that we, the police, use. aboutjimmy stewart and his combat hotspots. so in one sense, it creates a bit career in world war ii, they will use the next few days four people in that corsa the evaluation has more space for the government and it had been reduced mission, and i was... when revealed, let's and the labour party to really get they will use the next few days when they are back in their to the size of a into the nitty—gritty which had me over there, constituencies were off on holiday, use london lorry tyre. of what they want to see changed had me in east anglia, trying to figure out drivers caught using their phone as an near norwich, where he were given the chance to hear to get a brexit deal through, some new ideas, was based. kate goldsmith‘s example, it and we know that these after that i went to the
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some compromises, trying has netherlands story. revealed several hotspots of talks have been detailed, and i was following the path to think it her family's lives forever scarred by a moment's distraction. violence that were invisible from we know that there are that some of his airmen who had been shot it all through. there is no a fate she says we can all fall metropolitan police theatre. the serious, down, and it took me to arnhem, guarantee they will come back a week victim to if our mobile and i suspect that behaviours don't change. accident and emergency and when i was there, on tuesday and have those new ideas peter what today was about as well. i learned audrey hepburn had spent the war here, and many of the data revealed figuring out some of the real and i thought cook, three orfour minutiae that could see these two that was arguments we will accident and emergency data revealed three or four crack houses in hear, we will have heard them bbc london, a game which the sites get round the table together. 0n the other side, though, very interesting. before. hear, we will have police had just chatting to people heard them before. news. no idea of. people who are in parliament yesterday and a few i looked for more information after the latest delay to the brexit process, people on the phone today, and there was surprisingly political parties are gearing up involved in the drug trade, who everybody thinks their own option to fight elections to little, even in her biographies, the european parliament ina carry is back on the table now. in just six weeks' time. in a moment, the business news, but weapons, who are intoxicated to go so giving that kind of six and i thought, boy, if this isn‘t under terms agreed with eu leaders, first, the to the police when they are injured, months of breathing space an idea for a book i don‘t the uk has been given a brexit until the 31st of october, know what is. extension until the end of october, headlines. they go to accident and so how confident are unless an agreement can be approved sweden considers whether to reopen potentially, means that those you that she really was a figure an investigation into allegations emergency in the dutch resistance? in the next few of rape made against wikileaks departments. thank you very much who want another referendum or those after all, although she grew up founderjulian assange. weeks. a study suggests overall levels for talking who want to pursue some other in part in the netherlands, that means the uk is likely to have of violence have fallen strategy like a closer relationship she was only 16, i think, to elect new members in england and wales — when the war ended. to she was actually 14 and 15 of the european parliament despite a rise in knife crime. through the single market, on the 23rd of may and for those when she helped the resistance, who have to organise elections it the education watchdog says english us. or potentially some sort and i‘m very confident she did. councils are spending tens of different arrangement means a race against time of thousands of pounds putting i uncovered, while i was there to get ready. the chancellor has said it would be on the irish border to avoid in velp, the village she lived danny savage excluded children in centres that a "pointless exercise" for the uk the use of the backstop, in through most of the war, reports. are not to have to take part in european that is a very, very elections. they say, well, look, that she worked as a volunteer dramatic map to show you, philip hammond was speaking there is the space now following this morning's talks for our proposal to be taken more for a doctor named visser ‘t hooft, that's a map which tells the story registered as between the government and labour seriously and try to work of ukip's advance... to try to find a solution who was a resistance leader in velp. out some of the things and he was the missing remember this? to the parliamentary we haven‘t worked out so far. schools. deadlock over brexit. mr hammond said he was hopeful so i think, yes, you‘re absolutely the last european elections piece. she told a lot of stories of an early deal which would mean right, there is a bit the uk took part that the uk didn't have to take part more headspace for about dancing for the resistance, here's your business in. in elections for as a ballerina, raising money if brexit had gone to plan, headlines on afternoon live. brussels mp5. they‘re going to use the next for the resistance, they were never to be held again.
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bounty uk, a pregnancy and parenting few days, when they are taking food but it now looks like the ballot club, has been fined £a00,000 next in their constituencies or perhaps boxes are coming to a sports off on holiday, trying to downed for illegally sharing personal information belonging to figure out some new ideas, centre near you — to more than month. may be some new compromises, airmen, again. 1a million people. trying to mull it all over and get and her family even sheltered in york, the local returning officer away from westminster a member of the british airborne is no stranger to snap elections, it gathered data from new mothers and think it through. but there is a lot few of whom realised that it acted in their cellar after the but there is no guarantee that of work as a data broker supplying battle of arnhem, after the british to be done. they‘re going to come back a week information to third on tuesday and have those new ideas, defeat. parties that would use all of these things were because of any short notice for any and many of the arguments doctor visser ‘t hooft, election causes us problems, we wa nt we want to deal done that i think we‘ll hear it's around venues, booking it to fine—tune direct when parliament is back, who was this swashbuckling quickly, and if we‘ve heard resistance leader that she worked the venues, we normally do marketing. we can do that 18 months in advance, high—end fashion chain for and that was lk bennett has been bought we can avoid the staffing is well as a problem, out of administration, them before. a friend of family. short notice for staffing, european parliamentary elections. we getting people to work by the company that runs its chinese why do you think she kept it franchises — wa nt to after the latest delay in the polling stations, european parliamentary elections. we want to assure that any british meps to the brexit process — so quiet, to the point and the count, which is a sunday byland uk. political parties are gearing up where it came as a surprise that are elected will not have to count, is always a challenge. the deal saves 325jobs, to fight elections to to you when you learned there might do you think you will ta ke that are elected will not have to take their seats in the european the european parliament be enough in it be able to do it? although 15 of the retailer's stores in just six weeks‘ time. yes, we have to do. are not included in the deal parliament, by assuring that this is under terms agreed with eu leaders the uk has been given a brexit for a book? if local elections are taking place and will close, all done well before the european where you live next month, and 110 jobs extension until the end of october — it‘s a devastating time you will have already had one parliament unless an agreement can be approved will go. in her life. of these through the post. convenes. in the next few weeks. well, stand by for more uber, the ride—sharing app that means the uk is likely to have luca dotti, her son, correspondence through your and delivery business, on his way out letterbox — this time of the talks a little earlier, to elect new members who worked with me on the for the european elections. has admitted it may never of the european parliament and as the parties make a profit. the shadow chancellorjohn mcdonnell book, gave reporters his verdict on the 23rd of may, and for those told stories that she had hastily make the firm made the stark warning on their progress so far. who have to organise elections it their plans, what do reporter: any progress made today? means a race against time related to him about the as it releases details of its plan voters think? to float on the new york stock talks are going on, constructive, so we're hopeful. to get ready. war, i positive. danny savage but even to him she would not reveal exchange. do you think anything can be sorted the fact that she had to step over voted the deal is likely out during the easter recess? reports. we're working out a timetable. that is a very, very body parts in the street, to to value the us dramatic map to show you, there's a fair amount of detailed the fact that she had to tend work that will go on over the next that‘s a map which tells the story the wounded and injured civilians remain. firm at of ukip‘s advance... week to ten days
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about £76.5bn. remember this? after the battle of arnhem. and then we'll see the last european elections her war was so devastating due to delays and unfortunate what has this company bounty the uk took part in. that she did not want machinations that have been where we're to call attention to it. going on, we are actually saying, if brexit had gone to plan, no, we will run in european been up to? at. they were never to be held she did not want to relive it. elections, for what end? do you think it is a waste of time? again. but it now looks like the ballot and that is one of the reasons bounty has been basically harvesting she kept it quiet. absolutely. boxes are coming to a sports i've lost the will to live, data from its clients, young the other was because her mother had to be perfectly honest. centre near you — britain was such a proud been pro—nazi for the first part country, worldwide, and now mothers and fathers, head of... it's again. in york, the local returning officer basically a business of the war, and that bothered audrey we are the laughing stock greatly, and she worried of the world. is no stranger to snap elections, there will be around 39,000 which sells, it isa for her mother‘s polling stations popping up does deals and vouchers, it is a referendum on the table as but there is a lot of across the uk at the end of well? of course, everything is on safety if that for work to be done. may. pregnancy ca re does deals and vouchers, for the table. of course, everything the cost to the government last pregnancy care and stuff for is on the table. information came children, buggies, baby portraits 0ur political correspondent, any short notice for any time was around £109 nick eardley, gave us this election causes us problems, to light. and all that sort of stuff. update from westminster. million. the idea of having more votes it‘s around but eu election turnout but as in the house of commons is one it does so, it was harvesting venues, booking is traditionally low — information and selling it that is being floated in these just over 35% in talks, particularly on that idea the venues, we jamie is here with the business on to third parties without telling the of another referendum. news 2014. not totally clear exactly normally do come back first, the headlines and political experts, though, people involved. and i think one of how that would pan out, afternoon lies. —— say they've got to happen. 18 months in advance, the things that really struck some suggestion that it could be staffing ia well is a problem, the issue with the european separate to the deal itself short notice for staffing, the headlines on elections is that if all member me, so there would be a vote on the deal getting people to work about this, it's notjust parents we in the polling stations, afternoon live. states do not take part, are talking about, we are talking and then some sort of separate the new parliament essentially and the count, which is a sunday about children as well, many of them motion on the idea count, is always a challenge. becomes an illegal organisation, of another referendum. do you think you will sweden considers reopening an investigation into rape an illegal body, so all members unborn when their data was taken. be able to do it? allegations made against wikileaks of the eu who will remain members but the key thing that the two sides founderjulian assange are trying to do just now yes, we have to do. after his arrest over of the eu after the parliament has their identities, their names if local elections are taking place conspiracy charges in the us. is to figure out what seem to be where you live next month, the chancellor, philip hammond, been constituted have were not taken but their ages, their fairly narrow differences you will have already had one says he hopes that a brexit agreement can be reached before may, gender was taken on some of the of these through the post. to take part. well, stand by for more so the uk can avoid taking part and information key issues. correspondence through your the main one is the letterbox — this time in the european elections. there is a chance that the european about the parents, and for the european elections. new research suggests overall levels elections still won't happen trade and as the parties hastily make of violence in england if the deal can be agreed the commission which investigated this, relationship we have with their plans, what do voters think? and wales are
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said that it would probably be in the next few weeks, the european union after brexit. well, i do worry it‘s going to be falling, possible to tag all that together basically, what a customs a rehash of the referendum, despite the increase in but this latest delay and say you're getting arrangement looks like. the labour party, as we know, but i‘m personally going to vote. to brexit has consequences, explicitly want a customs union. due to delays and unfortunate knife crime. information here‘s your business and this is one of them. about people before they were even the government want machinations that have been headlines on afternoon live. danny savage, bbc born, effectively, and sold on. the benefits of that but also going on, we are actually saying, passengers are stranded no, we will run in european in india and around the world news, york. we can talk to a spokesperson for want to do trade afterjet airways suspended elections, for what end? all international flights, raising as campaigning begins for the european elections mum's deals. do you think it is a waste of time? fresh fears about the survival former ukip leader nigel farage has net. what's your reaction this so the two sides are still trying to figure out their differences there. absolutely. of india‘s largest private airline. held a launch for his new party, story? i‘ve lost the will to live, the brexit party. we are not surprised by this the second big thing indian media is reporting in a speech in coventry, to be perfectly honest. that the prime minister‘s office had at all. is how binding this is. britain was such a proud he said politics was "broken" users have been telling us for so remember, theresa may has said country, worldwide, and now called for an urgent meeting she is going to go once we are the laughing stock with a two—party system that years that sales reps have no place a to discuss the airline the withdrawal agreement, of the world. which is saddled with debts couldn't cope with brexit. the bit on how we get he said his party's mission toll on postnatal wards. we have been out, is sorted. i‘m just so, so disappointed. of more than £765m — was to change politics for good — campaigning since 2013 to end so there is some concern there will be around 39,000 and is seeking a financial and claimed it would within the labour party that polling stations popping up this practice and we've been a new prime minister, across the uk at the lifeline to avoid collapse. be deeply may be a brexiteer prime minister, end of may. bounty uk, a pregnancy and parenting intolerant of all seeing serious and significant data could come in and say, breaches and having these reps on i don't fancy that, let's do the cost to the government last club, has been fined £400,000 intolerance. that bit again. time was around £109 million. for illegally gathering this party is words needs to end now. does this so they want it written but eu election turnout personal information not here just go on elsewhere? i'm not going to ask into domestic legislation. from 14 million customers and, you to name names but can you say is traditionally low — to fight so it's being worked out exactly how without telling them, just over 35% passing them on to companies for the european elections on 23rd of whether this is a that could be enshrined in uk law. in 2014. use may this year. this party widespread so where, when, might the political experts, though, in direct marketing. practice elsewhere in the industry? is not bounty is unique in some ways say they‘ve got to happen. barclays bank has set here to ask people simply to second referendum idea come into the issue with the european up a "brexit fund" of because it has access to postnatal £14.7 billion aimed at small express their anger by going to the play, elections is that if all member as has been raised or certainly states do not take part, and medium—sized businesses. ballot wards, when you're giving birth the new parliament essentially box and voting for us on there reps patrol the words in a mention today by philip hammond? becomes an illegal organisation, it‘s to help them meet the cost that day. no, no. the 23rd uniform that looks like it could the simple answer an illegal body, so all members of stockpiling goods. be official, it's very easy to hand is, however, it says that the fund of may is the we don't know for of the eu who will remain members over your information without is also helping british businesses first realising. so in that sense it's sure. expand in
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step of the brexit party. 0ur task there are some labour mps of the eu after the parliament has unique but there are other mother who are dying to say and our mission is tojeremy corbyn, if you're been constituted have the long and baby because you can sign up to to change going to sign up to something, you to take part. term. which have access to your data. one politics for good, to change all of the reasons why the make another referendum a condition. there is a chance that the european what‘s the aspects of politics so they will vote for whatever deal fine was so labour and the conservatives come up elections still won‘t happen in this country. if the deal can be agreed latest on large, about 3.5% of with, if indeed they do come up with one, they will vote in the next few weeks, disney today? we'll be hearing from other the company's but this latest delay parties as the election turnover, was because the commission for that if it's subjected to brexit has consequences, campaign gets underway. disney are starting a streaming you're watching afternoon live. found it was quite to a confirmatory referendum. and this is one of them. service. this is the monster coming these are our danny savage, bbc distressing. do i've got to say, i think the chances toa headlines: you go along with that? of the government saying, yes, service. this is the monster coming to a party full of monsters! sweden considers whether to reopen news, york. an investigation into allegations absolutely. 0ur you go along with that? absolutely. our users have horrific stories of definitely, we'll definitely have there are big but this particularly of rape made against wikileaks reps on the wards. some as campaigning begins another referendum are pretty slim. for the european elections — founderjulian assange. the other option, as i say, former ukip leader nigel big. the question is whether they will of them behave normally and 0k reps on the wards. some of them behave normally and ok but we have that's been discussed as you have can take another streaming service. a study suggests overall levels had stories of one mother some sort of separate mechanism farage has of violence have fallen held a launch for looking at the competition, you have in england and wales, he was, where parliament gets its say her baby was in a special on another referendum. his new party, netflix, the biggest at the despite a rise in knife care unit, the brexit party. moment, crime. very sick, a rep came round and thinking there with some in a speech in coventry, something like 139 million subscribers around the the education watchdog says english said, i need your baby for a photo, in the government is there isn't he said politics was "broken" councils are spending tens a majority in parliament with a two—party system that of thousands of pounds putting world. it‘s excluded children in centres that where is the baby? at the moment for another couldn‘t cope with brexit. spending a huge amount of content, are not he said his party‘s mission and the mother referendum, there hasn't was to change politics forever — around $12 billion a was absolutely, understandably and claimed it would be deeply distressed. that is not the time for been in previous votes, year on registered as so they may well reject it. intolerant of all intolerance. content, so it has got a a hard sell, the push for photos, this party is not here just to fight in terms of timing, it schools. and they also tend to tell people, all depends on when that deal, the european elections huge footprint in the market. amazon is in sport, ian poulter if it is agreed, on 23rd coming up behind, not spending as you need to sign up in order may this much, we don‘t know exactly is the leading to get comes back. british player and the first of the child benefit. but these forms are that could be a few year. how much this party is not here to ask but around 100 million prime contenders to begin their second available online and in other weeks yet. sources. you don't need the rats on so i wouldn't be clearing people subscribers at the moment, also the world. you would not simply to express their round at the masters. he is two your diary another big player. apple, which is for another referendum just anger by going to the ballot box big but doesn‘t have quite the shots off the find toy footprint of the sales reps on children's wards, or yet. and voting for us on that day. lead. jurgen klopp how is the tone of all of this sales reps on children's wards, or sales reps on children's wards, or sales reps for geriatric aids on a no, no. others do, is
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geriatric ward. why should mothers changed with the eu 27 agreeing the 23rd of may is the first once life bans for supporters on be different? to this flexible extension about to launch and it‘s coming guilty of racist to the end of october? step of the brexit party. in, apple abuse after a thank you, tv plus. so into this 0ur task and our mission video because it gives comes disney. emerged of supporters singing anna. parliament more headroom. is to change politics for good, disney has this huge offensive songs about mo labour says it does. so in one sense, it creates a bit to change all aspects salah. kind of belief the bowler it will more space for the government of politics portfolio of films and it‘s make a and the labour party to really in this got has defended pixar, national geographic, marvel, profit? get country. all these are huge names. but what israel folau, after —— uber. into the nitty—gritty and we‘ll be hearing from other parties as the election it has to do at the moment is his tweets this is of what they want to see changed campaign gets under way. saying that hell to get a brexit deal through, you‘re watching afternoon live, assemble the stuff. a lot of these extraordinary. around and we know that these is for gay these are our headlines movies, a lot of this content about talks have been detailed, sweden considers reopening people. 2000, when people invested in these we know that there are serious, an investigation into rape is actually licensed out to netflix and i will have more on those stories and i suspect that allegations made against wikileaks just after companies without looking what was about as well. founderjulian assange after his arrest amazon, so it‘s got a clue it figuring out some of the real all back. so it must be a job at at all at minutiae that could see these two over 2:30pm. conspiracy charges in the work future profit was going, they sites get round the table together. moment to be a disney lawyer, trying the pregnancy and parenting club the us. to unpick all that! but of bounty uk has been fined £a00,000 assumed they would be, but now 0n the other side, though, the chancellor, philip hammond, by the data watchdog just chatting to people all the for illegally sharing companies are saying there may be no in parliament yesterday and a says he hopes that a brexit crisis we go through, the one job the personal information belonging agreement can be reached before may, profit. so what's the point in few so the uk can avoid taking part you want to have is to to more than 1a million people. people on the phone investing? well, the stock is in the european elections. be a lawyer! today, but that‘s what they are trying to this is one of the biggest fines going. everybody thinks their own option new research suggests overall that the watchdog has ever imposed. it's growing because everyone is back on the table now. levels of violence in england do at the moment, to assemble all believes it's going, not because and wales our technology correspondent, there will be profit at the end of so giving that kind of six the stuff. it could take four or rory cellan—jones has been it. which is a bit of a conundrum. months of breathing space are falling, five years to get all this together. following the story. until the 31st of october, i can see the puzzled look on your despite the increase they will start before that but to bounty uk is a parenting potentially, means that those get the stuff together and get it face! it's... and pregnancy club. who want another referendum or those in knife crime. out there will take some time. we who want to pursue some other are going to millions of mothers can see the puzzled look on your face! it's. .. it can see the puzzled look on your face! it's... it will burst and in sport a big will have experienced this. can see the puzzled look on your face! it's. .. it will burst at some strategy like a closer relationship they come into hospital, through the single market, day for the go to rita, they offer to take photos, point. when, of course? you or potentially some sort they offer various freebies, british players at augusta, tommy basically, free samples get into of different arrangement fleetwood is one of the the investment director, what you think of nappies and this bubble and you
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about disney, what are the chances so on. get outjust on the irish border to avoid latest structures in contention ahead of being able to make an impact on the use of the backstop, and they are found by the data before it bursts. 0ur north american they say, well, look, of this very crowded watchdog to have collected business correspondent is here. this his second round. justin rose and 3a million records over there is the space now is extraordinary, isn't it? for our proposal to be taken more rory mcilroy have work to do. market? disney has a period of time. seriously and try to work ian poulter is out on the course, two been talking about this a while now, they collected them both it is out some of the things from their website, really pretty surprising. i think we shots off the they‘re set to launch this later their app, and have been seeing we haven't worked out so far. lead. elsewhere, this year, but as you say there is a directly some reports from at the mothers‘ so i think, yes, you're absolutely jurgen klopp once life bans to lot of competition. what they‘re uberfor the right, there is a bit supporters guilty have been seeing some reports from uber for the last two years, and is more headspace for mp5. trying to do is undercut netflix by bedside. they're going to use the next racist abuse. but they are then found to have a privately held company, it doesn't charging only $7 a month, which is a have to do that. so we have been few days, when they are —— illegally shared that data, in their constituencies or perhaps wa nts. bargain. 0ver that personal data with a whole given access for a while in terms off on holiday, trying supporters guilty racist abuse. —— wants. and there has been charging only $7 a month, which is a bargain. over a year netflix charges range of marketing controversial social media posts in almost double that. so they are and credit reference of to figure out some new ideas, trying to undercut on price but as what is happening behind the scene the sport agencies and organisations, is financially with the company, we may be some new compromises, you say it will take awhile to be including equifax world. more have seen that actually it hasn't trying to mull it all over and get profitable because they‘ve got to away from westminster claw back a lot of and sky. turned a profit. to be fair, it after 4:30pm. and think it the outsourced that is illegal, they were found did turned a profit. to be fair, it did a 25—year—old man — platforms they‘ve done historically to have broken the law turn a profit but that was because through. who murdered a woman described and really come up with original they sold a lot of things and not but there is no guarantee that in court as a ‘prodigiously talented and of this they're going to come back a week content. but from their perspective, because of their mathmetician‘ — has beenjailed you can see why it‘s huge fine has on tuesday and have those new ideas, for life with a minimum actual company, or and many of the arguments ofjust under 16 years. quite good. it been poppy devey waterhouse, imposed upon what the company is doing. and now that i think we'll hear who was 24, was killed means they are direct to customers, when parliament is back, byjoe atkinson last december. uber is underan we've heard the court was told that he was they can tap into their own them. what the company is doing. and now uber is under an intense amount of ‘fuelled by jealousy‘ consumers not only through the box competition so it's trying to sort them before. when he murdered his former girlfriend with a knife. office but through areas like of spread its wings into after the latest delay he had originally denied murder, something have done historically, a baby is in critical condition to the brexit process, different arenas. do you think political parties are gearing up but reversed his plea. but it also gives after being attacked by to fight elections to this will the european parliament a german man remains under arrest them more average a dog in the in switzerland following the death in terms of negotiating, you can see affect the flotation? in just six weeks' time. of a british woman in why they‘re doing it but it is borders of scotland it's valued at under terms agreed with eu leaders, the uk has been given a brexit a hotel. anna florence reed was found a challenging area given the yesterday. the around three quarters of... £76 child was going to the royal extension until the end of october — competition. billion, is that going unless an agreement can be approved dead on tuesday in a room at the hospitalfor sick 0ther
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child was going to the royal hospital for sick children in to be thrown in the next few weeks. hotel on the banks of lake maggiore, glasgow. thousands that means the uk is likely to have other stories around today, an off course by the statement? near the north italian border, to elect new members following reports of a noisy of children there area of the european parliament extraordinary story, uber has said off course by the statement? there are a lot of things that will disturbance in the room it may never make a profit. surely on 23rd may, and for those during the middle of the night. are impact the flotation. first, this is who have to organise elections it that takes away expected to be one of means a race against time the foreign office says its staff attending very poor to get ready. are helping her family danny savage and are in contact with the any reason to schools. the biggest thousands of children ipos that we will see in a very long swiss in england are attending reports. and uk police. invest unregistered schools — time, and there is in uber? that's the headlines, but some of which are in "appalling" that is a very, very the pregnancy and parenting club, if you look at what uber is trying condition with exposed wiring, no doubt that dramatic map to show you, rat traps and open sewers, that's a map which tells the story to raise, then trying to raise 10 according to 0fsted. uber have appended the car share bounty uk, has been fined the schools inspections body says of ukip's advance... billion but also get a market cap of 6,000 children are taught market. so it is still a 400,000 pounds by the data watchdog — in unregistered schools and that remember this? the information commissioner‘s 10 billion. if you look at numbers, english councils have office, or ico — for illegally spent tens of thousands really important company. but we see that the last european elections their numbers have been around 11 of pounds placing pupils sharing personal information in the unregulated facilities. the uk took part in. belonging to more billion so it‘s been profitable in sarah walton reports. its biggest if brexit had gone to plan, than 14 million people. terms of sales. but those these are some of the rundown, dirty conditions where inspectors they were never to be held again. it‘s one of the biggest fines competitor in sales in found children trying to learn. but it now looks like the ballot the ico has ever imposed. terms of sales. but those sales in terms of sales. but those sales in terms of ridesharing cabs have these are some of the rundown, dirty fallen in the last year or so conditions where inspectors north boxes are coming to a sports our technology correspondent, because of a found children trying to learn. america, lyft, they rory cellan—jones has 0fsted visited 500 schools that centre near you been following lot of competition were unregistered or suspected of operating illegally. ipo d a — again. they were shocked by from areas like lyft in the us but what they uncovered. while in york, the local returning officer the some of these places have like open ago and there are still stumbling. sewerage works in them. so there is a question about how is no stranger to snap elections, story. also when in asia. but what they are but there is a lot of work holes in the walls. this will work. but the people trying to spend money very poor electrical works. about a third have quite investing in this company to be done. on is significant health and continually innovate. their costs safety issues around them. are any short notice for any are around 3 billion, which has led and about a quarter playing a very, election causes us problems, of them have safeguarding to losses in the business. but they issues for the children. very long game. it's around venues, booking they are a parenting club, millions so, people teaching them the venues, we normally do have said, yes, we are not who aren't qualified teachers, profitable today but what we want to who aren't registered with anybody to say a 18 months in advance, of people would have they are fit and very, very, very staffing is well as a problem, do is grow the business, experienced short notice for staffing, this. the offering freebies carry on proper person long game. we getting people to work investing, spending particularly in to be able to in the polling stations, such as areas like driverless technology and nappies and so on. they were found while we are not profitable today, work with children. believe that! those and the count, which is a sunday
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almost 150 of the investigations count, is always a challenge. by the we are looking longer term. we don‘t were of so—called alternative do you think you will provision centres, used for children are the markets. be able to do it? data watchdog just want to be a taxi business, who might have been excluded or yes, we have to do. to have we wa nt to just want to be a taxi business, we want to become a business that is taken out was that if local elections are taking place where you live next month, collected 44 million records over a theirfor mobility of mainstream intentional? leave you will have already had one want to become a business that is their for mobility services more period of time, on their website generally, of how people schools. that of these through the post. part? well, stand by for more and app and directly at the mother‘s get around 0fsted says it found councils correspondence through your in their daily lives. another letterbox — this time bedside but they were found to paying up to £27,000 per yearfor a —— for the european elections. interesting story today, the pound have illegally shared that personal data place, even though the centres and as the has strengthened a little, we are were not registered packed. with a whole range of quite near a two year and some left pupils playing parties hastily make marketing and high against computer games all day. their plans, what credit reference agencies the dollar, but i‘d been the education watchdog do voters think? and reading says the biggest concentration organisations, including eco facts some comments from investors who say of unregistered schools well, i do worry it's going to be the pound is now considered by some we are about 15% below where a rehash of the referendum, and sky. that is illegal. they were are in london and the west midlands, to be actually an emerging we were but i'm personally going to vote. found to have broken the law and with one in five just before the referendum, doing due to delays and unfortunate having a religious link. reasonably well but could be better. machinations that have been this huge vine has been imposed market currency? they rather turn their but the local government going on, we are actually saying, upon them. back on it as a serious investment. association says they can be i was talking to no, we will run in european appropriate if properly elections, for what would you go along a currency analyst —— run. with it? it's mums and dads of children earlier, saying investors don't end? fine. quite a strong remark but i think do you think it is a waste of time? with very special educational needs, bother with the pound anymore, now — did you know that and children who have been excluded absolutely. the pound is very volatile. if you international currency buyers. they when you talk to smart speaker look at currencies normally driven from every other type of education don't bother because they don't know devices like alexa or siri, setting in the local area, may find which way it's going. i've lost the will to live, someone could be listening by things such as exchange rates and to be perfectly honest. in to what you say? themselves going to a therapeutic britain was such a proud interest rates but at the at the environment rather than don't bother because they don't know which way it's goinglj don't bother because they don't know which way it's going. i don't know country, worldwide, and now it‘s been revealed that amazon, moment the pound is very much living what am laughing! we are the laughing stock google and apple all employ staff a school. of the world. to listen to recordings of customer by what politicians are saying and that's not very i'm just so, so disappointed. interactions with and the local authority there will be around 39,000 their smart speakers. that‘s why you‘re seeing would clearly fund that. but that is a very patriotic. —— why polling stations popping up news website bloomberg highlighted different situation the issue after speaking volatility. from the kind of environments across the uk at the end to amazon staff who listened interestingly, after the eu summit i am nothing. to alexa recordings. on wednesday, the panel did not move of may. the cost to the government the companies say voice recordings where we have concerns about fire are occasionally reviewed to improve that much. today, as you —— last time safety, nothing. was around £109 speech recognition. the structure of martin bryant, the founder of tech say, it‘s a marble staircase said to have million. consultancy ‘big revolution‘, trading at around 131. that‘s been climbed by christ but eu election turnout me now primarily because the brexit risk
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the building, is traditionally low — on his way to be sentenced just over 35% from manchester has gone away but concerns about whether to his crucifixion has been restored children are being kept safe going through the and educated by people to its original state after nearly 300 years. in 2014. via webcam. negotiation period, expect a who know what they are doing. the so—called holy staircase, last year saw political experts, though, thank you forjoining us. how many the first ever convictions which lies in rome, has been say they've got to happen. lot of for running an illegal school, a popular place for catholic people do you think will now think volatility in with a couple fined and given pilgrims for centuries. the issue with the european twice about choosing one of a community order for teaching kathryn armstrong elections is that if all member that period. more than 50 pupils has more. states do not take part, these devices? i think he thank on the first floor of this you. office block in west london. it may look like your average marble the new parliament essentially but inspectors say becomes an illegal organisation, few people have they want more powers staircase, but for many catholics an illegal body, so all members the markets, the pound has come up a to shut down those been freaked out and maybe but think little bit in the last half hour that break the law. around the world this particular of the eu who will remain members twice about using the department for education says it of the eu after the parliament has against the dollar. the has provided 0fsted with £3 million set of 28 stairs has huge been constituted have one of these p 500, to help stop illegal schools that‘s a broader index and will continue to work significance. the scala sancta, or holy staircase, with them and the crown prosecution to take part. devices but at the same time, than the dow service to make sure is thought to have been climbed illegal activity is uncovered byjesus on his way to you are allowing a internet connected in the us. the ftse and justice is delivered. there is a chance that the european microphone into your house and you sarah walton, be is up a bit, not sentenced to crucifixion. elections still won't happen have to be aware of the risks. if the deal can be agreed a particularly active stock market but for nearly 300 years, any kind of device you bring into your bbc news. in the next few weeks, but a little interest in the pound the stairs have been encased in wood but this latest delay house, you have to at least be aware at the moment. to protect them from the wear to brexit has consequences, the information you are giving it and this is one of them. as concern grows over the impact will be used mostly exactly a little. not and tear of millions of pilgrims danny savage, the rubbish we throw away how you much! is having on the planet — who, by tradition, crawl up them. are expecting it to be used but not bbc news, authorities are trying to find ways now, for a limited there is always the chance it will to make waste disposal be used in different ways, whether much. time only, york. and recycling more efficient. the staircase has been as campaigning begins legally or illegally, whether the lessons could be learned from one city in sweden — for the european elections, company is using a marble staircase — which sends very little domestic uncovered. translation: i'm really emotional, former ukip leader nigel said to have been climbed byjesus on his way to be sentenced waste to landfill and has come up because i'm having family problems. farage has apple or amazon, i think about my children held a launch for his to crucifixion — has been restored with a colourful way using that data for quality to its original state after nearly of sorting its rubbish. and their health. dougal shaw has been i will pray for my new party, assurance purposes or whether it is 300 years under protective cover. the brexit party. the so—called holy staircase, to find out more. family, in a speech in coventry, hacked. you are going to get your which legend has it was brought for everyone, and for he said politics was "broken" to rome from jerusalem in the fourth with a two—party system that information used likely, some of rainbow coloured rubbish. peace. couldn't cope with brexit. century ad, has been a popular translation: i already did it he said his party's mission your information, in ways you do not destination for catholic
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this is the colourful waste when it was wooden steps, pilgrims for centuries. created by a swedish city but it's much more moving now. was to change politics forever — expect at some point. it is one of kathryn armstrong with a unique recycling and claimed it would be deeply if you think about the fact intolerant of all intolerance. the risks of using the has more. system. thatjesus was here, like many cities in sweden, this party is not here just to fight internet it may look like your average marble eskilstuna has an impressive and where he was held, the european elections really. amazon are saying their recycling record. and where he suffered, staircase, but for many catholics it's on 23rd may employees do not have direct access around the world this particular set to information that could actually it met the eu's 2020 very of 28 stairs has huge significance. this year. the scala sancta, or holy staircase, target of recycling 50% emotional. this party is not here to ask people identify a person or account. it is more like meta data and is thought to have been climbed of waste many years ago. while preparing the staircase simply to express their anger byjesus on his way to be but almost everyone who lives for the public, experts by going to the ballot box personal data at the moment. why do you think sentenced to crucifixion. here follows a strict from the vatican museums were amazed and voting for us on that day. these companies have but for nearly 300 years, recycling policy at home. to find thousands of notes that had no, no. people are expected to sort been left by pilgrims over not been the stairs have been encased in wood the centuries, including one to protect them from the wear their household waste into seven from an italian man who the 23rd of may is clearer about the fact separate categories, and tear of millions of pilgrims the first step human skeleton into the recordings? there who, by tradition, crawl up including food, textiles, had escaped from slavery. of the brexit cartons and metal. area skeleton into the recordings? there are a couple of reasons it could be. the steps will remain open party. them. now, for a limited this is, of course, time 0ur task and our mission when reasons is it might time only, consuming and requires a bit to the public for two months before is to change politics for good, worry the staircase has to change all people. —— one reason might of space in the kitchen. being covered once more to preserve but what really makes the system them for future generations. aspects of politics be it been uncovered. catherine armstrong, might worry people. the other translation: i'm really emotional, stand out is the bright colour code. reason, and we see this a because i‘m having family problems. households are given a supply in this of rainbow coloured bags to collect bbc news. lot with i think about my children tech companies, but doesn‘t seem and their health. waste, which also get recycled thousands of people, country. i will pray for as part of the process. including musicians stevie wonder we'll be hearing from other like an issue to a silicon valley and snoop dogg, gathered parties as the election engineer might be a huge issue to a my family, the reason for this becomes campaign gets underway. for everyone, and for in los angeles last night to pay member of the public. we are clear at the city's recycling a 25—year—old starting to see a bit more peace. translation: i already did it tribute to american understanding in terms of the plant. the bags arrive alljumbled up man, when it was wooden steps, rapper nipsey hussle. who murdered a woman way but it's much more moving now. because they are collected technology is built versus altogether once a fortnight if you think about the fact the former described in court as a "prodigiously talented what the thatjesus was here, from outside people's houses. gang member who became and where he was held, but thanks to those bright colours, a community activist was shot mathmetician", has been jailed majority of people dead in la last month. for life with a minimum and where he suffered, scanners can select the bags a letterfrom former ofjust under 16 years. expecting terms it's very and separate them poppy devey waterhouse, of privacy. we are starting to see president barack 0bama was read out who was 24, was killed at the memorial service, byjoe atkinson this come together, whether efficiently. though even the scanners praising the musician's work emotional.
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to help the deprived that is can make some mistakes. neighbourhood where he grew up. last december. through the fact governments around while preparing the staircase stevie wonder also for the public, experts the food waste in green bags addressed the issue of gun the court was told that he was the world are starting to wake up to from the vatican museums were amazed is processed on site into slurry violence in the world are starting to wake up to to find thousands of notes that had "fuelled by jealousy" the needs for more protection for to make biogas which powers when he murdered his former people online whether that been left by pilgrims over america. girlfriend with a knife. the centuries, including one the city's bosses. it is so he had originally denied murder, is just that they are getting more concerned from an italian man who had but reversed his plea. the city's busses. painful to know a german man remains under for people when they read news escaped from slavery. arrest in switzerland one of the benefits of this method that we following the death of a british stories such as the one of recycling is that there is less the steps will remain open don't have woman in a hotel. from to the public for two months before cross contamination so more bloomberg. things are getting better of the recycled waste can actually anna florence reed was found in that regard but for a lot being covered once be used to make more things. enough people dead on tuesday in a room at the hotel on on the banks of the more to preserve we want to recycle much more taking a time engineersjust have materials than are recycled today of lake maggiore, near the north them for and we would like to position that says, italian border, following reports in that regard but for a lot of the time engineers just have not traditionally thought about people‘s individual privacy. how future generations. of a noisy disturbance in the room change people's behaviour to do listen, we must during the middle of the night. effective is that‘s it from your afternoon the foreign office says its staff have stronger gun laws. it's customer power, if enough live team for today. that. like the rest of sweden, are helping her family next, the bbc news almost and are in contact with people we re at 5 with ben brown. eskilstu na is committed like the world customer power, if enough people were to say we really do not like time for a look at the weather. to sending zero waste the swiss is becoming blind. and uk you doing this. you need to hello, there. from its citizens to landfill. waste that cannot be recycled police. stop. of course, you do not need to buy one stevie wonder. time for a look at at the moment, it‘s a case of spot is incinerated at a local plant the weather. the pregnancy and parenting club of these things in the first place. to generate electricity. the difference as far bounty uk has been fined four i think we will see more as our weather is concerned. this reduces reliance it‘s settled, but it‘s cool. on fossil fuels but does hundred thousand pounds by the data in the way watchdog — the information of privacy controls in the while we are seeing some create greenhouse commissioner's office, or ico — good spells of sunshine, hello. at the moment it's a case for illegally sharing personal it‘s been a bit of a frosty start gases. information belonging to more future. people are aware of this kind of as countries around the world try of spot the difference as far as the than 14 million people. for some first thing this morning. it's one of thing a lot more now. we have seen to improve their recycling rates, weather is concerned, it settled but it‘s settled because we have the biggest fines a lot more in the news, we are high pressure in charge. some may look to eskilstuna cool it is anchored over scandinavia, weather is concerned, it settled but cool. while there has been some the ico has but low pressure sitting out as an example to follow, as long sunshine, it's a bit of a frosty seeing people thinking about it, talking as they think they can in the atlantic trying persuade their citizens start. it settled because we have ever imposed. about it more and to send rain our way, to get sorting our technology correspondent but it gets high pressure in charge, and rory cellan—jones has been conversation around it. tech companies, one at home. following the could scandinavia, but low pressure at in thing blocked. the atlantic is trying to send that big tech companies are wary of around that area of high pressure story.
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rain bounty uk is a parenting is increased regulation and so we are drawing in quite cool air our way, but it gets blocked. and and pregnancy club. that‘s working its way millions of mothers they across the north sea, around that area of high pressure, will have experienced this. they come into hospital, are doing everything they can to be and it is particularly fresh time for a look at the weather. we are drawing in cool air that appearing to pray along north sea coasts. here's mel. they offer to take photos, as well as that, we‘ve got is they offer various freebies, basically, free samples for —— play working its way across the north sea of nappies increasing amounts of cloud. the low cloud that we had command is particularly fresh along ball and play nice. through south—west england north sea coasts. as well is now starting to lift, and so but we are drawing in more cloud years ago i used to think if you thank you. as that, along eastern areas. had hay fever it was a summer event, we have increasing amounts of cloud. on. time for a look i think through the afternoon the low cloud we had across there is a chance of one or two and they are found by the data but it can happen much earlier south—west england is starting to watchdog to have collected at the weather... showers for north—east scotland, lift but we are drawing in more east anglia and down than 34 million records over it is hard to believe pollen season that? cloud in eastern areas. in the a period of time. towards the south—east, afternoon the chance of one or two they collected them both from their website, is with but most places remaining dry, yes, it is already starting. the their app, and directly some bright or sunny intervals to be had, chances are that if you are showers in north—east scotland, is at the mothers‘ bedside. us. but still feeling quite cool, suffering from hay fever at the anglia and towards the south—east i know, and if you sufferfrom hay particularly in that breeze down but they are then found to have the north sea coast. moment it is tree pollen. but most places remain dry, some fever you do not need us to tell you illegally shared that data, the best of the temperatures bright or sunny intervals to it isa fever you do not need us to tell you it is a bit of an issue. the further west you are, that comes that personal data with a whole it is tree pollen that is the into effect from late be had range of marketing but even they are below average but still feeling cool, particularly and credit issue at the moment, late march to for the time of year. march to mid in the breeze down the north sea as we head into may. birch, willow, ash and oak are reference mid coast. the best temperatures of the agencies and may. if you are suffering it is this evening, the trees affecting people at further west you are but even they organisations, probably from the ash, the winds will including equifax and sky. the are below average for the time of that is illegal, they were found oak, willow strengthen moment. after that, and birch. after that for northern ireland year. as we head to have broken the law and the west coast of scotland. we get grass and of this huge comes the the cloud tending to dissipate into the evening, fine has been grass pollen. that comes at as the night goes on and under pollen. that is the wind will strengthen for clear skies once again northern ireland and the west coast imposed upon around mid may to july. it is going to be chilly. grass pollen. that comes at around mid may tojuly. so if you are many places seeing a touch of frost from mid—may to of scotland, but tending to them. s concern grows sitting your gcses it is not much first thing tomorrow morning, july. hot on the dissipate as the night goes fun when you suffer from grass particularly out in rural spots, over where those temperatures will dip heels of grass on. the impact the rubbish we pollen. hot on the heels of that we lower than freezing. under clear skies once again, going pollen, we have the weed pollen. throw away have got weed pollen. as we head into the weekend, it‘s to be chilly, many places seeing a is having on the planet, that comes into effect authorities are trying to find ways that is end of going to be a very similar setup. touch of frost first thing at the end of particularly in rural spots where to make waste disposal and recycling more efficient. june to september so quite a long it is settled, so many places lessons could be learned will remain dry and it will still be
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stretch of the year. june into september. it's a long temperatures will dip below freezing. as we head into the from one city in sweden — cool, but we will get time if you are a hay which sends very little domestic if you‘re a hay to see some sunshine. waste to landfill and has come up i think the best of the sunshine fever weekend it will be fever sufferer you are going to be sufferer, isn't it? half the year with a colourful way will probably be on saturday. very similar, of sorting its rubbish. effected at some point, so it is not when somebody somewhere settled so many places remaining dougal shaw has been a cold start, and we have got a few dry. still cool but we will to find out more. great. it goes on rainbow coloured rubbish. showers that will feed into parts will be get some this is the colourful waste for such a long sunshine. the best of the of east anglia and down suffering. what are the levels created by a swedish city time for people, what are the levels towards the far south—east. sunshine with a unique recycling like today? will probably be on saturday. a cold like today? this they could have a bit we can have a look at what is start and we have got a few system. of a sleety mix in there. like many cities in sweden, is third level happening today. it is showers eskilstuna has an impressive still quite blustery that will feed into parts of recycling record. support today. no foot northern scotla nd support today. no foot northern scotland and for much of for northern ireland, low across east anglia and part poor of the the northern part of it met the eu's 2020 south—east, and we could have a target of recycling 50% the uk and the west coast of scotland, scotland, sleet it makes of waste many years wales moderate levels but west wales and down medium, moderate for much of the towards the south—west of england. many places remaining dry. uk. in there. still ago. height was feeling quite pleasant we have high pollen levels down but almost everyone who lives the southwest. let‘s take a look at in the sunshine, but still cool blustery for scotland and northern here follows a strict towards the south—west at the recycling policy at home. the southwest. let‘s take a look at with some places only seeing mid moment. we will keep an eye on those ireland and many places in western the forecast. single figure temperatures. people are expected to sort for sunday, generally more cloud pollen levels in the england, many places remaining their household waste into seven it is more of the same, with around, still quite blustery dry, separate categories, including food, textiles, dry and forecast through the summer months. today, we some sunshine but cool, some cartons and fine weather around but we are particularly for northern ireland, seeing sunshine from where we mayjust start started off with lots of places metal. to see this rain edge only seen mid single figure this is time—consuming and requires time to time. a little bit closer, sunshine so perhaps some showers around, but gradually that sunshine temperatures. sunday, generally more a bit of space in the kitchen. high pressure is in charge, for western areas. has given away to increasing amounts away from that, once again, but what really makes a fine, dry day for many, of cloud. cloud around, still blustery particularly for northern ireland this system a standout anchored over scandinavia. we have a low where we may start to see rain is the bright pressure in the atlantic which is but still feeling quite cool. edge colour code. trying to send rain our way but warming up, though, a little closer, some showers for households are given from day to day, it is a a supply of rainbow coloured it gets blocked by high pressure and perhaps, western areas. away from that, bags to collect waste. as we head through case of around that we are spot the difference. it is a again afine, dry they also get recycled next week. western areas. away from that, again a fine, dry day for many but still as part of the process. feeding on a settled chilly air. noticeable down north picture thanks to this area feeling cool. warming up perhaps as the reason for this becomes sea coast and that is where we we had to do of high clear at the city's recycling are pressure anchored over scandinavia. next week. —— head seeing that cloudy feed into. there there is no pressure that plant. are going to be some bright the bags arrive alljumbled up
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is trying through next because they are collected to move away coming in from or sunny intervals to be had and more week. all together once a fortnight the atlantic, but it gets blocked with from outside people's houses. emerging through pipes that area of high but thanks to those bright colours, of the bags can be selected lincolnshire or pressure. we are and separated efficiently — though even these scanners yorkshire. the drawing in much colder air. can make cloud this is makes quite a difference. oui’ average some mistakes. temperatures are best in the west but quite disappointing even there drawing in much colder air. this is the food waste in green bags for this time of the year. our average april temperature, 12 celsius. some spots today, is processed on site into slurry to make biogas, particularly along the east coast the winds we re will be paid back for this time of the year. the winds were strengthened for northern to power the city's buses. ireland, the west coast of scotland to mid single and any cloud will tend to one of the benefits of this method figures at best. we are starting to see the cloud work its way in of recycling is that there is less dissipate. and clearing skies it is cross contamination, going to be a showery night so more of the recycled waste can on the easterly wind, just turning things a actually be used to make and we are expecting a frost, especially in little bit more grey. there new things. rural spot where temperatures would will be we want to recycle much more dipa rural spot where temperatures would dip a little below freezing. for some breaks allowing for sunny materials than are recycled today. and we like to northern ireland there was intervals. 0ne some breaks allowing for sunny intervals. one or two showers for change people's temperatures do not drop a light north—east scotland, down towards behaviour to do east anglia and the far south—east. so far. in the weekend it is a the best of the temperatures will that. like the rest of sweden, case of spot the difference. many places are only be the further west eskilstu na is committed dry, yes it will be you are and to sending zero waste they are a bit down where they from its citizens to landfill. chilly, but they should be today. the sunshine is waste that cannot be recycled will be centring around. saturday is incinerated at a local plant are properly seen the best of the making a difference to those to generate electricity. temperatures. it will sunshine. there will be showers for this reduces reliance east anglia and into the far feel more like on fossil fuels, but does create greenhouse south—east which could have a wintry flavour to them with some spring into sheltered spots. into gases. sleet this evening, the winds will as countries around the world mixed in. the wind is noticeable for strengthen for northern ireland and northern ireland and the west coast try to improve recycling rates, the west coast of scotland. the of scotla nd
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some may look to eskilstuna northern ireland and the west coast of scotland as well as west wales cloud will dissipate as the night and down towards the south—west. as an example to follow. goes on. under clearing skies, as long as they think they can some sunshine around but across the once again it will be another cold persuade their citizens to get board was temperatures will be down busy sorting at home. a notch or two. then we are night. many places working up dougal shaw, bbc news, up and to a touch of eskilstuna, sweden. running into sunday. generally frost. tomorrow, once again, there will be more cloud around. here is now it's time for a look at the weather with mel. our area of it is a will be more cloud around. here is ourarea of rain. will be more cloud around. here is our area of rain. it will try to case of spot the difference. a there's very little change push its way in and make some in our weather at the moment. it's cool, but it is settled. progress is that western parts of lot of fine, case of spot the difference. a lot offine, dry case of spot the difference. a lot of fine, dry weather to be had. it for the rest of this afternoon northern ireland may see one or two remains cool but there will be a chance of one or two showers showers to finish the day. sunshine around. the best of the sun for north—east scotland, underneath the cloud it will feel east anglia and the south—east, chang will probably be on saturday. but away from that, it's dry quite chilly with temperatures back with bright or sunny intervals to be we will start the day on had, but still feeling down into single figures. that way a mainly and wejust down into single figures. that way and we just start working its way dry notes. a few showers will move cool. even in the sunshine it feels fresh. into northern ireland will make some into east anglia and the far the best temperatures the further progress into parts of the south—east which could have a west you are but even they are below south—west of england too. it will wintry tend to fizzle out as we elements. lastly for northern average for this time of the year. ireland and the west coast this evening, winds will strengthen head for northern ireland through tuesday. looking ahead for of scotland. the west coast of wales and the west coast of scotland, the week we start to draw up will also notice that winds. some and under clear skies once again it slightly milder airfrom brightness and good spells of will be a chilly the week we start to draw up slightly milder air from the south—west. as we one. sunshine around, but it still feels many places starting head towards the cold with many places down into the weekend on a frosty note, particularly in rural spots, where temperatures easter weekend gradually those single figures. heading into sunday, will be below the cloud will build up temperatures start to recover. still freezing. quite blustery at times but spells so we so a chilly start to believe the sunshine and many places saturday morning, i think of sunshine on offer and when we will start to notice saturday probably seeing the best of the sunshine have got there was temperatures in over the weekend. that billing one or two showers perhaps the sunshine, it
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colder. this rain begins to for east anglia and the for should feel quite make inroads. it will be more showery south—east of england, which could have a bit of a wintry through western parts of mix in there as well, pleasant. but elsewhere some good northern ireland to the afternoon. spells of sunshine. temperatures down across the board. still quite breezy for northern ireland, the west coast of scotland, wales and down into the south—west of england, and still feeling cool. this is bbc news — our latest headlines. sweden considers reopening an investigation into rape allegations made against wikileaks founderjulian assange after his arrest over conspiracy charges in the us they could have kept it going when he was inside the embassy. they decided not to. if they reopen it then we will deal with that when it comes to it. the chancellor, philip hammond, says he hopes that a brexit agreement can be reached before may, so the uk can avoid taking part in the european elections. clearly nobody wants to fight the european parliament elections. it feels like a pointless exercise, and the only way
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we can avoid that is by getting a deal agreed and done quickly. new research suggests overall levels of violence in england and wales are falling, despite the increase in knife crime. the parenting and pregnancy club bounty is fined £400,000 for what the information regulator calls an "unprecedented" data breach. also coming up: hollywood star audrey hepburn was a heroine of the wartime dutch resistance, according to a new biography. we'll be talking to the author. sport now on afternoon live with hugh. england's ian poulter is back on the course after a good round yesterday. yes, he has contended at the majors before without ever quite managing to claim the title, and he needs to stay in the hunt as much as he can on an overcast day at augusta.
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he started it at two of the overnight lead. he took his tee shot and it went into the fairway bunker, he didn't start in a particularly auspicious way. he has dropped back after a bogey on the first two, 3—under par. the leaders are due out on the next half hour or so. the course will play differently for brooks capper and bryson dechambeau today, the americans played in the sunshine yesterday to lead by one shot. —— brooks koepka. the likes of rory mcilroy, much further down the leaderboard, need a very big day today. rory mcilroy of course is going for the career grand slam with a potential victory this week in augusta. another racism incident involving chelsea supporters in football? that's right, mohamed salah the subject of a video that has led to liverpool managerjurgen klopp calling for a life bans from hands get found guilty of racist abuse. —— for fans found guilty.
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chelsea supporters were filmed singing an offensive song about salah. the former chelsea forward is a muslim. and a video appeared to show six supporters chanting ‘salah is a bomber‘ repeatedly on their way to the club's europa league quarter final first leg at slavia prague last night. three of the six people involved were identified by chelsea and barred from the game. chelsea are working to identify the other three, who did not turn up, and released a statement saying... liverpool have called the chanting "discriminatory and dangerous". these guys... it‘s not always, it happens in other parts of life but these guys are football fans so if you do something like that, you should not be allowed to enter a stadium again. from my point of view, in your life. arsenal, meanwhile, have started an investigation after a video emerged online
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where a supporter can be heard allegedly racially abusing the napoli defender kalidou koulibaly during their europa league quarter—final last night. the cardiff boss neil warnock has been charged by the fa over controversial comments he made about premier league match officials. he called them the "worst in the world" after his side‘s 2—1 defeat to chelsea on at the end of march. he‘s got until tuesday to respond to the charges. the rfu will meet england internatinoal billy vunipola after he apparently showed his support for isreal folau, whose social media comments that hell awaits gay people have led to the australia full—back facing the sack. vunipola has refused to unlike the post and has said that "man was made for woman to procreate, "that was the goal, no?" vunipola however added that, "i don‘t hate anyone". the rfu say they don‘t support the player‘s views and vunipola‘s club saracens claim they will deal with the matter internally as his conduct is inconsistent with what they expect. vunipola, like folau, a christian who interprets his christianity in a certain way.
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and vunipola has been asked to unlike the post by folau, but he has not done that and has put out a statement broadly in line with where folau is coming from. but it‘s a real can of worms being opened here, isn‘t it? with vunipola, like folau, using his social media platform to put across a point of view that many, many people find offensive. meanwhile, australian rugby bosses say their intention to terminate folau‘s contract is "unchanged" following a meeting with the player. rugby australia and new south wales rugby union met folau on friday after previously being unable to contact him, but wouldn‘t comment on what was said in the meeting in sydney. valtteri bottas egded out ferrari‘s sebastian vettel in second practice at the chinese grand prix. the mercedes driver managed to recover from an early spin to stay out in front. his team—mate lewis hamilton also spun early, but could only finish fourth. max verstappen‘s red bull
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was third fastest. that‘s all the sport for now. we‘ll have more for you in the next hour. a new book reveals how, as a teenager in the netherlands during the second world war, the hollywood actress and style icon audrey hepburn supported the dutch resistance in their fight against the occupying nazi forces. she raised funds, delivered the underground resistance newspaper and even helped hide allied pilots who had been shot down. the book is called dutch girl: audrey hepburn and world war ii and i‘m pleased to say that its author, robert matzen, joins me from pittsburgh, in pennsylvania. how did the idea for this book come about? i was researching a book about? i was researching a book aboutjimmy stewart and his combat career in world war ii, and i was... which had me over there, had me in east anglia, near norwich, where he
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was based. after that i went to the netherlands and i was following the path that some of his airmen who had been shot down, and it took me to arnhem, and when i was there, i learned about audrey hepburn thought it was very interesting. i look for information and i was surprised there is very little, even in her biography, and i thought if this isn‘t an idea for a book i don‘t know what is. how confident are you that she really was a figure in the dutch resistance? after all, though she grew up in part in the netherlands, she was only 16, i think, when the war ended. she was actually 14 and 15 when she helped the resistance, and i‘m very confident she did. i am covered while i was there in the village she lived in through most of the war that she worked as a volunteer for a doctor he was a resistance leader there. he was the missing piece. he told a lot of stories, about working
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for the resistance, raising money for the resistance, raising money for them, taking food to downed airmen, and herfamily even sheltered a member of the british airborne in their cellar after the battle of arnhem, after the british defeat. all of these things were because of the st doctor, who was a swashbuckling resistance leader that she worked for and he was a friend of family. why do you think she kept it so quiet, to the point where it came as a surprise to you when you learned there might be enough in it for a book? it's a devastating time in her life. luca dotti, herson, who worked with me on the book, told stories that she would —— had related to him about the work, but even to him she would not reveal the fa ct even to him she would not reveal the fact that she had to step over body parts in the street, the fact that she had to tend
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the wounded and injured civilians after the battle of arnhem. her war was so devastating that she did not want to call attention to it. she did not wa nt to call attention to it. she did not want to relive it. and that is one reason she kept it quiet. the other was because her mother had been pro—nazi for the first part of the war, and! pro—nazi for the first part of the war, and i bothered audrey greatly and she worried for her mother‘s safety of that information came to light. but her mother changed her view? her mother did change her view, i have evidence of that, too. yet i was been a mysterious character and she has been seen... —— she had always been a mysterious character. but she did come around in 1942 character. but she did come around in1942 and character. but she did come around in 1942 and from then on she too participated in resistance activities. what more did you come across that surprised you about audrey hepburn? how close she was to the site. and after the battle of arnhem, she was very close to the
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battle of arnhem, the bridge too far battle. and after that she was on the battle line, basically. her village was right there. it was sheued village was right there. it was shelled daily. it was strafed daily, it was bombed daily. and just the fa ct it was bombed daily. and just the fact that she was right there. nobody has really appreciated how close she was. i think it really informed the rest of her life. why was she so involved with unicef and particularly with children who were victims of war? because of what she went through. and because, of course, her later life which was so glamorous and she was internationally famous, was at such odds with her childhood. internationally famous, was at such odds with her childhoodm internationally famous, was at such odds with her childhood. it is. how can you really imagine, you know, princess and from roman holiday or holly golightly from breakfast at tiffany‘s, being this war victim? and seeing what she had seen. it‘s remarkable what she overcame and how she spun it to be positive for the
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rest of her life. thank you so much for sharing it with us. thank you. did you know that when you talk to smart speaker devices, like alexa or siri, someone could be listening in to what you say? it‘s been revealed that amazon, google and apple all employ staff to listen to recordings of customer interactions with their smart speakers. news website bloomberg highlighted the issue after after speaking to amazon staff who listened to alexa recordings. the companies say voice recordings are occasionally reviewed to improve speech recognition. let‘s talk to our technology correspondent chris fox. this will have come as a bit of a surprise to people who have got these devices. yes, first of all, it‘s not a secret at all that all of these devices record the interactions you have with them. they are not recording all your conversations, they‘re not listening in all the time, but when you say the weight word, whether it‘s ok google or alexa, your interactions are recorded. if you have one of these devices, you can go back through the app and listen to what you have set it. that‘s not a secret
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but what is a surprise is that reviewers are sometimes listening to those recordings to make sure the voice algorithms have picked up what you set correctly and are interpreting it correctly. for example, if you say something like taylor swift, that needs to be tagged by the system so that they know that taylor swift is a music artist they‘re talking about. so for things like that they are listening into the recordings. but people are surprised because in the terms and conditions it does say, we use your voice data to improve our services, as you may have read. people are not... its not explicit that it is human moderators listening in. i think that has caught a few people unaware. yes in far too much, chris, i don‘t have one of these and now i‘m never likely to after this! how can you opt out? you can't really t can you opt out? you can't really opt out of the recordings, that is essential to how the devices work. what you can do is if you have an alexa device or a google home, you can go to their privacy website and delete previous recordings. you can also listen to them back, which is
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kind of cool. i‘ve been asking to my housemate asking for fahrenheit conversion so he can set the oven. he obviously does not know i have recording of it on my phone! but what is important to know is the company say no personally identifiable information is ever attached to the recordings. it‘s not like reviewers can pick out your personal recordings and listen to them. but what bloomberg did find when it‘s back to these amazon employees is that sometimes they found funny recordings that they would share in a group chat, sometimes they found recordings that we re sometimes they found recordings that were distressing, perhaps they had an assault going on in the background, and amazon told them at the time, it‘s not our place to intervene. in response to that, amazon has said there‘s no personal information attached to recordings and it takes any abuse of the system by staff very seriously. what impact it have on customers? and the uptake of devices like this? i think there‘s a trend, especially for tech reporters and companies, to assume that the public know exactly what they‘re getting themselves into. a
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lot of people have little sympathy, they say if you‘re going to buy an amazon microphone and put it in your home, you deserve what is going to the dude as a privacy breach. but just saying, we review this as part of our services, why do they? why not just say up front, we of our services, why do they? why notjust say up front, we use human reviewers to listen to anonymized clips? if you are upfront about things like this, it would not come out as a scandal months down the line and more people would trust your company. thank you very much. police have unveiled a new device which can detect when drivers might be using their mobile phones at the wheel. thames valley and hampshire forces are rolling out the technology, which can distinguish whether a phone is being used with a hands—free device or not. police also hope it will enable them to identify hotspots where motorists frequently use their mobile phones. peter cooke has more. he‘d just signed paperwork for his company. kate goldsmith knows more than mostly devastating consequences ——than most the devastating consequences
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of someone using a mobile phone while driving. her daughter amy, amy‘s stepbrothers ethan and josh, and the boys‘ mother, were all killed by this man on the a34 at berkshire in 2016. thomas croker had been scrolling through music on his phone when he hit a line of stationary traffic. he was jailed for ten years. thomas croker didn‘t go out intentionally to kill my daughter, but he is not the only one. he was driving a lethal weapon, effectively blind, because he was using his mobile phone. and many other drivers are doing that. it‘s not a soft crime. kate is now supporting a new initiative by thames valley and hampshire police. theirjoint roads policing unit has become the first in the country to buy these devices to reduce mobile phone use. at the moment, the detector can identify when a passing motorist is using their mobile phone, but not on hands—free.
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the police will then use that information to target particular hotspots. those behind the technology hope that in the future they will be able to record registration plates and issue people with fines. the system involves a sensor which detects vehicles where there are active 2g, 3g or 4g phone signals. it will also recognise if people are using a bluetooth hands—free device and the warning sign will not flash. but it cannot record or distinguish if a passenger or driver of a vehicle is using a phone. tougher penalties for using a phone illegally were introduced in 2017. drivers now face six penalty points and a £200 fine if caught. figures from the rac show 40% of drivers admit checking social media in traffic. statistics show that it‘s males aged between 26 and 45 are our targeted audience. this is a joint partnership working. i can‘t do it on my own. the mobile phone warning system
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is not a stand alone. this is just one tool that we, the police, use. four people in that corsa and it had been reduced to the size of a lorry tyre. drivers caught using their phone were given the chance to hear kate goldsmith‘s story. her family‘s lives forever scarred by a moment‘s distraction. a fate she says we can all fall victim to if our mobile behaviours don‘t change. peter cook, bbc news. coming up, the business news. first, a look at the headlines on afternoon live: sweden considers reopening an investigation into rape allegations made against wikileaks founderjulian assange after his arrest over conspiracy charges in the us. the chancellor, philip hammond, says he hopes that a brexit agreement can be reached before may so the uk can avoid taking part in the european elections. new research suggests overall levels
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of violence in england and wales are falling, despite the increase in knife crime. here‘s your business headlines on afternoon live: bounty uk, a pregnancy and parenting club, has been fined £400,000 for illegally sharing personal information belonging to more than 14 million people. it gathered data from new mothers few of whom realised that it acted as a data broker supplying information to third parties that would use it to fine—tune direct marketing. uber, the ride—sharing app and delivery business, has admitted it may never make a profit. the firm made the stark warning as it releases details of its plan to float on the new york stock exchange. the deal is likely to value the us firm at about £76.5 billion. jet airways appears to have suspended all its international flights, raising fresh fears about the survival of india‘s largest private airline.
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it‘s saddled with debts of more than £765 million and is seeking a financial lifeline to avoid collapse. lk bennett is back from the brink? yes, it will be bought by its franchisee in china. it went to administration and a lot of people we re administration and a lot of people were looking at it, but it turns out the woman who runs the chinese franchises. a number of stores will be lost here but there are about 130 stores worldwide and the reason why it sorta went into it was upmarket but it wasn‘t... it was upmarket for everyone, there were advertisement saying now exclusively available to everyone, of course it can‘t be exclusive to everyone and that was what it was
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sort of trying to do. and so even though names like the duchess of cambridge was buying shoes there, it didn‘t really work. when the other thing that we might get out of this, it‘s much more oriented towards overseas, using a british brand to sell to places like china, the middle east and things like that. i think that‘s probably where its future now lies. possibly not so much on the british high street. what has the company bound to uk been doing? —— the company bounty been doing? yes, the information commissioner investigated the company and found it has been taking data from pa rents, it has been taking data from parents, pregnant women who were about to have babies and marketing them, vouchers and deals on all the rest of it, but in exchange for that it was taking their data and selling it was taking their data and selling it on. which is now against gdp are
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rules, the european rules on data, but it‘s always been against, if you don‘t make it clear you‘re doing it, it‘s always been against uk rules. you have to give informed consent and know what you‘re actually doing when you say yes. and there have been some pretty awful stories. 0ne of the things that really is disturbing is the way in which they actually were gleaning information about children, as well, unborn children. they didn‘t take their names but they took their gender, date of birth and information about the parents, over which the information commission felt could be linked at a future date, you have all this information about children who have not been born and are unable to give consent. we talked to anna cook from mumsnet. in some ways because it‘s the one that has access to postnatal wards. when you are giving birth their reps patrol the wards, they‘re in a uniform that looks like it could be official, it is very easy to hand over your information without realising, so in that sense it is unique. there are other
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mother and baby clubs which you can sign up and which have access to your data. mumsnet users have horrific stories of reps on the wards. of course, some of them do behave normally and 0k, but we have had stories of one mother, her baby was in a special care unit, her baby was very sick, the rep came round and said, "i need your baby for a photo, where is the baby?" and the mother was absolutely, understandably distressed. that is not the time for a hard sell, for a push for photos, and they also tend to tell people, you need to sign up in order to get child benefit. but these forms are available online and in other sources. you simply don‘t need the reps on the ward. you would not find toy sales reps on children‘s wards, you wouldn‘t find salespeople for geriatric aids on a geriatric ward. why should new mothers be any different? anna cook they‘re from mumsnet. markets, now. the dow is moving up quite sharply, ftse not very exciting, but it‘s really the pound which is getting a little more attention, moving up a bit. this
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is about eight year high against the euro, not completely a —— two year high but close to it. there‘s a feeling that the crisis in has withdrawn a little, again. for now! but as i was saying earlier, i was talking to a currency expert earlier who were saying a lot of international currency dealers are not interested in the pound because they simply don‘t know what‘s going on. there are not the only ones!“ they don‘t know, what hope of the rest of us got? thank you very much. the comedian ian cognito has died on—stage during a performance in bicester. members of the audience said that towards the end of his show he sat down motionless on a chair for five minutes. audience members thought his silence was part of the act and continued to laugh, unaware he was ill. 0ther comedians have paid tribute, includingjimmy carr, who said, "i‘ll never forget his kindness when i started out and how goddamn funny he
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was". a marble staircase said to have been climbed byjesus on his way to be sentenced to crucifixion has been restored to its original state after nearly 300 years under protective cover. the so—called holy staircase, which legend has it was brought to rome from jerusalem in the fourth century ad, has been a popular destination for catholic pilgrims for centuries. kathryn armstrong has more. it may look like your average marble staircase, but for many catholics around the world this particular set of 28 stairs has huge significance. the scala sancta, or holy staircase, is thought to have been climbed byjesus on his way to be sentenced to crucifixion. but for nearly 300 years, the stairs have been encased in wood to protect them from the wear and tear of millions of pilgrims who, by tradition, crawl up them. now, for a limited time only, the staircase has been uncovered. translation: i'm really emotional, because i‘m having family problems.
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i think about my children and their health. i will pray for my family, for everyone, and for peace. translation: i already did it when it was wooden steps, but it's much more moving now. if you think about the fact thatjesus was here, and where he was held, and where he suffered, it's very emotional. while preparing the staircase for the public, experts from the vatican museums were amazed to find thousands of notes that had been left by pilgrims over the centuries, including one from an italian man who had escaped from slavery. the steps will remain open to the public for two months before being covered once more to preserve them for future generations. time for a look at the weather. a quick bit of breaking news from worcester crown court. former
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worcestershire cricketer alex hepburn has been found guilty of one count of rape after attacking a sleeping woman. jurors are still considering a second rape charge relating to the same victim. former worcestershire cricketer alex hepburn found guilty of one count of rape. time for a look at the weather. hello, there. at the moment, it‘s a case of spot the difference as far as our weather is concerned. it‘s settled, but it‘s cool. while we are seeing some good spells of sunshine, it‘s been a bit of a frosty start for some first thing this morning. it‘s settled because we have high pressure in charge. it is anchored over scandinavia, but low pressure sitting out in the atlantic trying to send rain or way, but it gets blocked. around that area of high pressure we are drawing in quite cool air that‘s working its way across the north sea, and it is particularly fresh along north sea coasts. as well as that, we‘ve got increasing amounts of cloud. the low cloud that we had through south—west england is now starting to lift, but we are drawing in more cloud along eastern areas. i think through the afternoon there is a chance of one or two showers for north—east scotland,
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east anglia and down towards the south—east, but most places remaining dry, some bright or sunny intervals to be had, but still feeling quite cool, particularly in that breeze down the north sea coast. the best of the temperatures the further west you are, but even they are below average for the time of year. as we head into this evening, the winds will strengthen for northern ireland and the west coast of scotland. the cloud tending to dissipate as the night goes on and under clear skies once again it is going to be chilly. many places seeing a touch of frost first thing tomorrow morning, particularly out in rural spots, where those temperatures will dip lower than freezing. as we head into the weekend, it‘s going to be a very similar setup. it is settled, so many places will remain dry and it will still be cool, but we will get to see some sunshine. i think the best of the sunshine will probably be on saturday. a cold start, and we have got a few showers that will feed into parts of east anglia and down towards the far south—east. they could have a bit of a sleety mix in there.
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still quite blustery for northern ireland, the west coast of scotland, west wales and down towards the south—west of england. many places remaining dry. feeling quite pleasant in the sunshine, but still cool with some places only seeing mid single figure temperatures. for sunday, generally more cloud around, still quite blustery particularly for northern ireland, where we mayjust start to see this rain edge a little bit closer, so perhaps some showers for western areas. away from that, once again, a fine, dry day for many, but still feeling quite cool. warming up, though, perhaps, as we head through next week.
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