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BBC News
Dec 26, 2016 7:30pm GMT
appearance for princess charlotte. and a scene—stealing turn from prince george. the british summer, though, can never be relied upon. the following day, torrential rain for the patrons lunch. an early peek out of a palace window hadn't looked too promising. thousands came to the mall for this street party, representing the organisations of which the queen is patron. they paid £150 each for the privilege of picnicking in the rain. well, i think this is typically english, isn't it? it's important to have a queue and some rain and a picnic hamper, and a palace. and everybody‘s veryjolly, everybody is looking forward to it so much. we're out for the day, and we hope we can have a good day. rain and all. the atmosphere with everybody coming in, it's been lovely so far. it's raining hard, but nobody minds. we're all here to sort of try and enjoy it together. but when the royal family emerged from buckingham palace, it had cleared up. this perhaps the most comprehensive royal walkabout ever seen. almost every senior royal out on the mall. then, at 90 and 95 years old, the most senior o
BBC News
Dec 26, 2016 10:30am GMT
: george michael, one of the biggest stars of pop music in the 1980s and ‘90s, has died. he was 53. his manager gave the cause of death as heart failure. russia is observing a day of mourning for the 92 passengers and crew who died when a military plane taking them to syria crashed into the black sea. a defence ministry spokesman says that ten bodies have been recovered from the crash site. the former governor of the bank of england, lord king, has said britain should be more "self—confident" about leaving the eu. he's suggested britain would be better placed to make trade deals with countries outside the eu if it left the single market completely. now on bbc news, this year the queen celebrated her 90th birthday. daniela relph looks back on the momentous occasion and other events in the royal calendar in review 2016: the royal year. brass band plays "happy birthday". it was the year of a big birthday. a queen at 90. for some of her grandchildren and great—grandchildren, a trip to canada. the first official overseas visit for the family of four. the duke and duchess of cambridg
BBC News
Dec 26, 2016 7:30am GMT
news. george michael, one of the biggest pop stars of the 80s and 90s, has died. he was 53, and is believed to have suffered from heart failure. he rose to fame as one half of the group wham alongside andrew ridgeley, who has paid tribute to his co—star saying he would be forever loved. george michael went on to have an incredibly successful career both as a solo artist and in collaboration with other musicians, including aretha franklin and sir eltonjohn. he sold 100 million albums and had 11 uk number ones. we'll be looking back on the life and career of george michael throughout the programme — and hearing some of your favourite memories of his music. russia is holding a day of national mourning for the 92 people killed when a military plane crashed in the black sea. authorities in russia say they've located the site where the plane came down yesterday, soon after taking off from sochi. the victims included nine journalists and more than sixty members of the moscow—based red army choir, who were on their way to perform in syria. mervyn king said today that trading under th
BBC News
Dec 26, 2016 3:30pm GMT
george michael, who died at his home in oxfordshire from suspected heart failure at the age of 53. russia says the bodies of 11 victims of the military plane crash in the black sea have been recovered and flown back to moscow. all 92 passengers and crew on board died when it came down shortly after taking off from sochi. the former governor of the bank of england, lord king, says britain should be more "self—confident" about leaving the eu. he's suggested the uk would be better off if it was completely out of the single market. well, what a year it's been fully using some of our greats. —— for losing. now on bbc news, muhammed ali, sir terry wogan and prince — just a few of those who left us this year, and whose lives are celebrated in review 2016: we remember, part one. music: when doves cry by prince. music: little red corvette by prince. music: 1999 by prince. # so tonight i'm going to party like it's 1999 # music: kiss by prince. # you don't have to be beautiful to turn me on...# so, how did the artist formerly known as come about? that came up through people's problem
BBC News
Dec 24, 2016 6:30am GMT
protocols relating to george's north's head injury. a panel ruled this week that the saints won't face any sanctions relating to the incident. north didn't feature last night for his club, who ended a four match losing streak by beating sale sharks 2a—5. northampton ran in three tries against sale who've now lost seven in a row. while in the pro 12, ulster moved fourth after beating connacht 23—7. stuart mccloskey scored the first of their two tries. the defending pdc darts world champion gary anderson is safely through to the third round at the alexandra palace. the ‘flying scotsman' fired in six maximums and didn't drop a set in his win over andrew ‘goldfinger‘ gilding. checkouts of 134 and 132 helped him secure victory 4—0. he plays ‘big ben' benito van de pas in the next round. adrian lewis is also through. adrian lewis known as jackpot. adrian lewis is also through. adrian lewis known as jackpot. some really creative names there for those darts players. i love them. john came up with some good ones yesterday. i can only remember mine! naga the glamour munchetty. he h
BBC News
Dec 27, 2016 8:30am GMT
. details have emerged of george michael's charity work, as tributes continue to pour in after his sudden death. he was found dead at home on christmas day. for years the singer had donated money to different organisations, and recently worked undercover at a homeless shelter. the actor liz smith has died at the age of 95. she was best known for comedy roles playing often eccentric older ladies, including mrs cropley in the vicar of dibley and nana in the royle family. her breakthrough role only came in her late 40s but she enjoyed a career lasting more than four decades until her retirement in 2009. a number of roads remain closed in scotland after the disruption caused by storm conor. wind speeds in excess of 90mph were recorded on the island of shetland on boxing day while large parts of the north experienced heavy snowfall. the scottish transport minister has been chairing extra meetings of the government's resilience team to deal with the situation. hugh is here with the sport. chelsea still going strong. it's 12 wins in a row now for chelsea at the top of the premier league.
BBC News
Dec 29, 2016 2:30pm GMT
, out of 30 men who you could have called? you wait till i get george foreman. he talks too much, he's ugly, he's pretending. i'm the true champion and they make me the underdog. i'm going to show them all, because i'm the champion, i'm the real champion. there will never be one like me, and all you people in britain who rate me as the greatest, i'm going to prove i'm the greatest. we're going to prove to the world i'm the greatest. this is my last fight, i don't want none of you to miss it. so please come to theatres, i'm going to eat some raw meat. i'm going to get ready and chop some more trees! snorts. commentator: oh my god, he's won the title back at 32! he just beat himself out. he was so tired. i said, man, this is the wrong place to get tired! they have another try! they have their fifth. the forwards have just stepped up to the mark and smashed wales. rock music. i've won a few tournaments, i've won some majors. the line is perfect. he's got it! i suppose the most important thing... is the fact that it has been as good as it has been to me. arnold palmer, golfer, aviator, man
BBC News
Dec 25, 2016 10:30am GMT
evening. blue on blue, as it was known, turned into all—out war when george osborne theorised about a harsh brexit budget. the sort of tax rises we could see include a 2p rise on the basic rate of income tax to 22%, a 3p rise in a higher rate of 43%. it is probably the most irresponsible act by a chancellor i've seen in 24 years the house of by a chancellor i've seen in 24 years the house of commons. then everything stopped. the labour mpjo cox is killed in west yorkshire constituency. the labour mp and mum of twojo cox was murdered in a street in her constituency. her killer idolised the nazis and would later be sentenced to life in prison. the referendum gave way to reflection. campaigning resumed a few days later, and there was this final plea from the prime minister. so, as you take this decision whether to remain or leave, do think about the hopes and dreams of your children and grandchildren. the big finish, the bbc‘s great debate at wembley arena. that is the enormous audience, we have a massive stage which has six lecterns on it. shall we have a debate about the eu? the clos
BBC News
Dec 31, 2016 9:30am GMT
union, and george north will return for northampton saints in their premiership match at gloucester tomorrow. it will be the welshman‘s first game since suffering a head injury against leicester on december 3rd. that was north's fifth concussion in two years, including two in the match on your screen now between england and wales in february 2015. a review board said north shouldn't have continued to play against leicester, but they didn't sanction northampton. raymond van barneveld knocked out phil "the power" taylor in the quarter—finals of the pdc world darts championship. in what was billed as the el clasico of darts, the dutchman saw off taylor 5—3 at alexandra palace. he'll play world number one michael van gerwen in the semis. i always think the crowd would put the off if i was playing darts. i think that in any sport, in golf, with the huge ground, i would lie down in the feudal position! it is quite unusual, the darts, it is such a social occasion, it is like being in a club or something and someone playing darts in front of you. you have got to be the kind of persona
BBC News
Dec 21, 2016 2:30pm GMT
lions wing george north. the player landed on his head during the game and appeared to be lying motionless on the ground. however after assessment he returned to the field of play, prompting an investigation by the ‘concussion management review group.‘ last month he was forced to miss —— last day he was forced to miss five months of rugby. the panel have said there is sufficient evidence to conclude from video evidence and also from george north's history that he should not have returned to the field. it seems clear that northampton did not handle it correctly. they should not have let him return to play that match against leicester. at the same time, the review finds the club complied with protocol, didn't ignore north's best interests as though there is no sanction against him. i think we are at the start of this whole procedure where the concussion is taken more and more seriously, particularly in view of video evidence. you will remember at the time that northampton were saying maybe there we re northampton were saying maybe there were angles and bits of video that p
BBC News
Dec 26, 2016 2:30pm GMT
george michael, who died at his home in oxfordshire from suspected heart failure at the age of 53. russia says the bodies of 11 victims of the military plane crash in the black sea have been recovered and flown back to moscow. all 92 passengers and crew on board died when it came down shortly after taking off from sochi. the former governor of the bank of england, lord king, says britain should be more "self—confident" about leaving the eu. he's suggested the uk would be better off if it was completely out of the single market. millions of shoppers are hitting the high street today as the traditional boxing day sales get underway. almost £3 billion is expected to be spent at the tills, with a further £900 million spent online. more on those stories at 3pm. now on bbc news, film critic mark kermode takes a look back at the big releases of the year, sorting the crackers from the turkeys, in review 2016: the year in film. hello, and welcome to this review of the year in film. i'm mark kermode, and we're here at the cinema museum in south london where, for the next half an hour, w
BBC News
Dec 26, 2016 8:30pm GMT
headlines: fans travel to george michael's homes in london and oxfordshire to pay their respects as the world remembers him. russia says the bodies of 11 victims of the military plane crash in the black sea have been recovered and flown back to moscow. all 92 passengers and crew on board died when it came down shortly after taking off from sochi. at least four people are killed in the manila area as a powerful typhoon crosses the philippines‘ capital. bargain hunters turn out for boxing day sales, but it's thought many have stayed home after already splurging on pre—christmas discounts. now on bbc news, it's been a fantastic year for gb‘s olympians and paralympians. nick hope looks back on a golden summer in rio in review 2016: gold rush in rio. coming four years after a stunning london games, rio 2016 had a tough act to follow. and while the build up was far from ideal, with political scandals, a financial crisis and worries about the zika virus, brazil was always going to offer a spectacular setting for south america's first ever olympic and paralympic games. there'd be plen
BBC News
Dec 26, 2016 6:30am GMT
on the career of george michael throughout the programme today. in other news: to bring you authorities in russia say they have located the site where a plane came down yesterday soon after taking off from sochl yesterday soon after taking off from sochi. the victims included nine journalists and over 60 members of the moscow—based red army choir which was on its way to perform in syria. the uk should leave the european single market when it exits the eu. mervyn king told radio four‘s today programme that trading under the same conditions as countries on the continent could prevent britain from taking full advantage of the opportunities of brexit. i don't go makes sense for us brexit. i don't go makes sense for us to pretend that we should remain in the single market and i think we re in the single market and i think were all? is about whether it makes sense to stay in the customs union. if we do that we cannot make our own trade deals with other countries. 50,000 people in england or a type of type 2 diabetes and could be held by an nhs programme that is being extended
BBC News
Dec 26, 2016 9:30am GMT
george michael, one of the biggest stars in british music, who has died at the age of 53. his death has shocked fans around the world, as flowers and candles are left outside his home. former wham! band mate andrew ridgley said he was "heartbroken at the loss" of his "beloved friend". russia begins a day of mourning for those who died when a military plane crashed into the black sea. the former governor of the bank of england, lord king, says britain should be more self—confident about leaving the eu. also this hour: shoppers head out for the boxing day sales. millions of bargain hunters are expected to hit the high street, although footfall may be down due to pre—christmas discounts.
BBC News
Dec 27, 2016 8:30pm GMT
back on them now. in the pressure on at age 60. —— on the death of carrie fisher. george lucas says carrie and i have been friends for most of our adult lives. she was extremely smart and talented actress and comedienne and writer with a very couple personality and brotherly love. he also says that in star wars she was a great and powerful princess, feisty, wise and full of hope in a role that was more difficult that was more difficult than most people might think. my peers can write to her family and friends and fans. she will be missed. —— my thoughts go out to. also tribute from debbie reynolds, her mother. she says on facebook, thank you to everyone who has embraced the gifts and talents of my beloved and amazing.. i'm grateful for your thoughts and prayers that i'io for your thoughts and prayers that no guiding herto for your thoughts and prayers that no guiding her to her next stop. ——.. ——daughter. temperatures are already below freezing. fog will become more thing morning. —— a problem in the morning. —— a problem in the morning. a hard frost is developin
BBC News
Dec 30, 2016 8:30pm GMT
into force last night. postmortem examination into the cause of george michael's death has proved "inconclusive the singer was found dead by his partner at home on christmas day. drivers have been told to take care in fog and freezing conditions, as a coach overturns on the mao in oxfordshire injuring 17 people. now on bbc news, film critic mark kermode takes a look back at the big releases of the year, sorting the crackers from the turkeys, in review 2016: the year in film. hello, and welcome to this review of the year in film. i'm mark kermode, and we're here at the cinema museum in south london where, for the next half an hour, we will be looking back at some of the best movies released in uk cinemas in 2016. 2016 was a pretty tumultuous year, what with the brexit vote in june, and the results of the american election in november proving that the unexpected really can happen. in the world of politics, uncertainty can be alarming. when it comes to movies, it is the unexpected which really makes it all worthwhile. while the naysayers claim that movies today are just an endless sl
BBC News
Dec 25, 2016 12:30pm GMT
on the norfolk estate. meanwhile in berkshire, the duke and duchess of cambridge took prince george and princess charlotte to communion. they're spending christmas with kate's family, the middletons. more than 60 members of a celebrated russian military band are among the missing after a plane crashed in the black sea on its way to syria. a search—and—rescue mission is underway in the black sea. president putin announces a day of mourning tomorrow. also in the next hour: the pope uses his christmas mass at the vatican to call for an end to the war in syria. pope francis tells thousands of spectators that "it's time for weapons to be still for ever", and urges world leaders to negotiate a peace deal. and in
BBC News
Dec 26, 2016 12:30am GMT
: george michael, one of the biggest pop—stars of the last 30 years, has died at the age of 53. the music world is paying tribute. elton john describes him as the kindest, most generous soul and a brilliant artist. a major search operation pinpoints a russian military plane that crashed into the water with 92 people on board. and queen elizabeth pays tribute to ordinary people, doing extraordinary things in her christmas message.
BBC News
Dec 31, 2016 7:30am GMT
rugby union, and george north will return for northampton saints in their premiership match at gloucester tomorrow. it will be the welshman‘s first game since suffering a head injury against leicester on december the third. that was north's fifth concussion in two years — including two in the match on your screen now between england and wales in february 2015. a review board said north shouldn't have continued to play against leicester but they didn't sanction northampton. as we've been hearing andy murray has been knighted in the new year's honours list. he'll play in the third—place playoff this morning after a surprise defeat yesterday to david goffin in the semi—finals of the world tennis championship in abu dhabi. the world number one had won all five of his previous meetings with goffin but lost the first set on a tie—break. murray went 11—2 up in the second but goffin fought back to win the set and take the match by two sets to love. and that is all the sport. there are no easy matches, as they say. we'll be back with the headlines at eight o'clock. now, thou
BBC News
Dec 21, 2016 10:30am GMT
afternoon details of the investigation into the head injury suffered by george north when playing for northampton against leicester at the beginning of the month. a concussion panel was set up after north was allowed to play on, despite landing on his head. television replays appeared to show the wales and lions winger lying motionless after a mid—air tackle. he's been out of action since but he could return on friday night against sale. celtic are 14 points clear at the top of the scottish premiership after beating bottom side partick thistle i—o. scott sinclair scored the only goal of the game. the champions are now unbeaten in 21 domestic matches and they have a game in hand on second placed rangers. league one side peterborough united will travel to stamford bridge to face chelsea in the fa cup third round after beating notts county 2—0. peterborough struck with less than two minutes gone. gwion edwards was the scorer. just five minutes later, paul taylor made his first fa cup goal a memorable one, helping to earn his side a tie against the premier league leaders. liverpool'
BBC News
Dec 30, 2016 2:30pm GMT
russia and the uk would be mutually beneficial. a postmortem examination into the cause of george michael's death had proved inconclusive. further tests will now be carried out. drivers are told to take care in fog and freezing conditions, as a coach overturns on the m40 in 0xfordshire injuring 17 people. clinging on for life — the only survivor of a boat that capsized off kent recounts his 11—hour ordeal. also in the next hour: the ceasefire in syria appears to be largely holding. there's been calm on the front lines, but there are reports of sporadic clashes and some air raids. and learner drivers could soon be allowed on motorways, in a move ministers hope will make roads safer.
consovoy. he graduated monmouth college and the george mason school of law. clerk for justice thomas on the supreme court. he represents the clients in constitutional issues, administrative law, and a variety of other matters. he has argued cases before the u.s. supreme court. he is the co-director of the supreme court clinic at antonin scalia law school. he has been named a rising star in appellate law. kyle duncan, a founding partner in schaerr duncan, and has argued over 30 cases. before starting his own firm, kyle was louisiana's general counsel for religious liberty and nationally recognized public interest law firm. to the left is joseph palmore, the co-chair of the practice group from morrison foerster, who got his undergraduate degree from harvard and master's degree from the university of virginia. he worked with judge gleeson in the eastern district of new york, judge jacobson on the second circuit, and for justice ginsburg on the supreme court. he's served as deputy general counsel for the federal communications commission for three years, and five years as assistan
distinguished panel. a few preliminary thoughts for next year. it graduated the george mason school of law. for justice thomas on the supreme court. he represents the constitutional issues. law and astrative variety of other matters. a the fifthntily on circuit. before starting his own firm, kyle was louisiana's general counsel for religious liberty and nationally recognized public interest law firm. ,o the left is joseph palmore the cochair of the practice whop from morrison foerster got his undergraduate degree from harvard and master's degree from the university of virginia. he worked with judge gleeson in the eastern district of new york. judge jacobson on the second circuit and for justice ginsburg on the supreme court. he's served as deputy general counsel for the federal communications commission for three years and five years as assistant solicitor general at the department of justice. he has argued 10 cases before the u.s. supreme court and is the primary author of 150 cases before the supreme court. let's jump right in. redistrictingcant cases. why don't you tell us a little
preliminary thoughts for next year. it graduated the george mason school of law. for justice thomas on the supreme court. he represents the constitutional issues. the administrative law and a ariety of other matters. a he has argued cases before several courts of appeals and also the u.s. supreme court. a member of the edward coke court and codirector of the supreme court clinic. he has now been named for several years running as a rising star. next to will is kyle duncan. a founding partner and has argued over 30 cases in federal state appellate courts. he is a graduate of lsu law school and got an llm from olumbia law school and clerked on the fifth circuit. he also served as general counselgeneral counsel for religious liberty and nationally recognized public interest law firm. to the left is joseph palmore, the cochair of the practice group from morrison foerster who got his undergraduate degree from harvard and master's degree from the university of virginia. he worked with judge gleeson in the eastern district of new york. judge jacobson on the second circuit and for justice g
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