hello, this is breakfast, with steph mcgovern and jon kay. victory for the democratic unionists, but only by a single seat in northern ireland's assembly elections. sinn fein were the night's big winners with a significant surge of support, as they closed the gap on the dup. good morning. it's saturday, march 4th. we'll be live in belfast in the next few minutes. also ahead: mercedes recalls 75,000 cars in the uk because of a risk of them catching fire. sweeping away the small print — the chancellor promises a crackdown on consumer rip—offs. could the uk quit the eu without paying a penny? a house of lords report says the government isn't legally obliged to contribute to the cost of brexit. good morning. in sport: a century from captain morgan sets up england for victory in the first one—day international against west indies. how do make sure your children get a good night's sleep? a panorama investigation finds a big rise in the number of youngsters being diagnosed with sleep disorders. every time i see the children yawn, i want to as
hello, this is breakfast, with sally nugent and jon kay. longer waits for hospital operations in england as the health service is forced to make a tough "trade—off". the head of nhs england says treatment is no longer guaranteed in the 18—week target time but in return there would be quicker cancer diagnosis and emergency care. good morning. it's friday, the 31st of march. also this morning: as britain prepares for brexit, today the eu will set out its plans for two years of negotiation. trying to save the african elephant — today, china will close almost half of its official ivory carving factories and shops. good morning. a payrise for britain's lowest pa id staff. the national minimum wage goes up to £7.50 an hour tomorrow, but is it enough, and what does it mean for businesses? in sport, manchester city's women are into the last four of the champions league. lucy bronze scores to book city's place in the semi—finals after a 2—0 aggregate win over danish side fortuna hjorring. after "the most challenging railway repair ever,"
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