Jun 3, 2017 3:45am BST
theresa may and jeremy corbyn ahead of the uk election. the european union and china team up to say they'll keep the paris climate agreement alive, whatever president trump does. california has vowed to ignore president trump. it sees its future in developing clean energy. and is set to have a new prime minister, the openly gay son of an indian immigrant. —— ireland is set. —— ireland is set.
Apr 1, 2017 3:45am BST
from china, as the country brings to an end centuries of ivory trading.
Jan 14, 2017 3:45am GMT
example code in one tweet appeared to change us policy towards china or towards nuclear weapons and there's no detail, it's not done in a conventional way in terms of a news conference or a policy document, and so that is difficult stuff. but at the same time, he is president—elect of the united states and in a week's time will be president. so we have to treat this stuff seriously, examine it properly and then decide whether we develop the coverage or not. but to quote donald trump, i think forjournalists at not. but to quote donald trump, i think for journalists at the not. but to quote donald trump, i think forjournalists at the moment this issue is number one tricky. paul royall, thank you very much. please do send us your thoughts on the coverage of donald trump or on any aspect of bbc news, details of how to contact us at the end of the programme. just time now for a couple more of your comments this week, which kicked off something of an annual debate over the extent winter weather is newsworthy and the deployment of reporters to affected areas. friday morning saw two corre
May 5, 2017 9:30pm BST
dr involve a plot. and china's programme has made its first flight. that's it from me. at ten o'clock, and fiona bruce will be here with a round—up of the day before the news. but first, it's time for newswatch. hello, welcome to newswatch with me, paddy o'connell standing inforsamira. coming up: diane abbott got her maths in a muddle but did bbc news get their sums wrong too and make too muchf it? and madeline mccann is a tragic case, but is the bbc obsessed with it? brexit was always going to loom large over this election campaign and this week, it took centre stage. the war of words started on monday. theresa may describes the reports of a fractious dinner with her and urban the european union as brussels gossip. she was reporting to use the kinds of sharp disagreements withjuncker over how quickly a deal could be done. maxine edmonds was one of the number of viewers are surprised at the prominence being given to a second—hand anonymous briefing in german. writing: rob cattle agreed: but was this just gossip? on tuesday, the bbc‘s political editor laura kuenssberg try
Jul 1, 2017 3:45am BST
. our top stories: hong kong's newly appointed chief executive carrie lam has been sworn in by china's president xi jinping on the 20th anniversary of the city's handover from the uk to china. "the era of patience is over": president trump and his south korean counterpart call for a tough and united response to the security threat posed by north korea. the battle for mosul: iraq says it will recapture the city from so—called islamic state in a few days, but the fighting remains fierce and argentinian football star lionel messi marries his childhood sweetheart in a lavish ceremony in his hometown of rosario.
Jan 13, 2017 9:30pm GMT
. donald trump, for example, in one street could appear to change us policy towards china or nuclear weapons and there is no detail, it is not done any conventional way in terms of a news conference policy document, so that is difficult staff. —— in one feet. but in one week he will be presidents we have to treat this stuff seriously, examine it properly, and then decide whether we developed the coverage are not. to quote donald trump, this issue is number one. send us your thoughts on the coverage of donald trump or any aspect of bbc news. details of how to co nta ct aspect of bbc news. details of how to contact us at the end of the programme. someone your comments this week, that kicked off the annual debate to the extent that winter weather is newsworthy and the deployment of reporters to affected areas. friday morning sun to reporters braving the elements. they snow has died down and it has been a relatively calm morning. that is good news because it means that the high wind that was predicted have not materialised and the high tide here has passed without event. we had three
Jan 6, 2017 9:30pm GMT
injured. pollution in china has reached such high levels that residents have been warned against going out in the snow because of fears it is dangerously contaminated. michelle obama has made her last speech as people might first lady richey said the role was an honour. at ten o'clock there will bea an honour. at ten o'clock there will be a full round—up of the news but now it is time for the turn of newswatch with samira ahmed looking at the role of language in news headlines. hello and welcome to the first newswatch of 2017 with me, samira ahmed, where we'll be rounding up some of the comments you've made about bbc news since we went off air before christmas. coming up: jill saward died this week, but should the bbc news website have described her in its headline as a campaigner rather than as a victim? and the year of celebrity deaths ended with several more, including that of george michael. did the bbc lose perspective over the extent of its coverage? first, the new year has brought no respite from the terrorist attacks that have become a regular feature of news broadcasts. on sunda