this is bbc news. the headlines at two. people aged between a0 and 60 are being urged to drink less alcohol and lose weight, after a warning from public health england that they're facing a ‘health crisis‘. one woman has died and several people are injured, afterfour accidents involving 20 vehicles on the aao in oxfordshire. a search operation is continuing off the kent coast for two crew members missing after a fishing boat capsized last night. german police have arrested a ao—year—old tunisian man in connection with the fatal lorry attack on a berlin christmas market earlier this month. also in the next hour, fans and friends pay tribute to the actress and author, carrie fisher. the hollywood star, best known for her role as princess leia, has died at the age of 60 after suffering a cardiac arrest. in halfan
in half an hour i will be looking back at the past 12 months for the royalfamily, dominated back at the past 12 months for the royal family, dominated by back at the past 12 months for the royalfamily, dominated by the celebrations to mark the queen's 90th birthday. good afternoon and welcome to bbc news. middle aged people are putting themselves at risk of serious health problems unless they take action to change their lifestyles, according to health officials. public health england says 80% of a0 to 60 year olds are overweight, drinking too much and not getting enough exercise. it says ‘modern life' is putting middle aged people at a greater risk of developing diseases like type 2 diabetes. here's our health
correspondent robert pigott. lee parker is running for his life. aged 41 and weighing 22 stone, lee was told by his seven—year—old son that he loved him even though he was fat. it was the nudge lee needed. since august, when he changed his diet and began to exercise, he's lost five stone. it was a case of, should we just order a pizza tonight? we had food in but we couldn't be bothered cooking it. i think you just become a bit lazy and a bit drawn out with the daily grind of routine. there are many people in lee's position. all almost 80% of women aged 40—60 are either overweight, obese, physically inactive or drinking more than official guidelines. among men, almost 90% fall into the same category. among the potentially devastating outcomes of this accumulation of health risks is diabetes. it has doubled in this age group in the last 20 years and already costs the nhs in england an estimated £14 billion per year.
we are ageing as a population but too many of us are ageing with a number of chronic diseases. the reason why we are seeing this increase in chronic diseases such as cancer, stroke and heart disease is in large part because of behaviours which are adopted in the 40—60 age period. for example, still smoking or not getting enough physical activity, or perhaps drinking too much alcohol. the big impact, of course, is this will put a huge burden on health services. to get the message across, in march public health england launched a health quiz as part of its one you campaign. it says more than i million people have now taken the quiz and now have a route map to change their lives. and lee parker, who you saw in that report has been telling me what impact living a healthier lifestyle has had had on his life. before i started my fitness journey
i was 22.5 stone. back in august. i have lost five stone one half pounds, to date. at what age read this wait? this year, at a0. with changing everything about my eating habits and all my fitness and my running. for you it is a combination, it is changing what you are eating, what or how much and taking part in physical exercising. the exercise was a big part of it, it had delivered the food optimisation part. without doing the prepping for work, shopping, cooking, prepping, it had to change. i had to ditch the takeaways and get back on the healthy bandwagon. what i'm so interested is that you seem to have had a lot of family support andi to have had a lot of family support and i wonder whether that is a real clincher. if the couple are doing it
together, or a parent or a child doing it together, is that beneficial? definitely, myself and my partner started the slimming world journey. we have an eight—year—old boy and he inspired me to get off the sethi because he said to me, "daddy, i love you so much even know you are fat. " those words were harsh, jordan say what they think because they are so innocent. people say they don't have time to get out, go running, go on the bike would you say to that? you have to make the time you have to find the time in your life to change something about it. the me, coming home from work, taking the god for the walk. —— taking the dog for a walk. you have to fit it in your lifestyle as much as you can. lee
parker there, talking to me a little earlier. now, let's get an update on the news that emerged in the last half an hour or so. news that police in germany have detailed a genius in connection with the lovely attack that you will remember and the balance christmas market. —— deep haynes h in easy in man. ayes the lobby attack. joining me now from berlin is our correspondent, damian mcgiunness. what are the police saying? they have confirmed they have detained a a0 world she needs in man, because his phone number was saved in the mobile phone belonging to the attack of the christmas market in bellingham. they have now raided his home and his work place. —— in balloon. they have a day to deeside whether they have enough evidence to formally arrested them right now
he's just detained what is interesting is that officials across europe are also piecing together the route taken after the attack, before he died in that shoot out in milan. that was a shoot out with italian police. it seems that according to italian investigations he went via holland, before going to france and ending of the milan. they know that because they found to sim cards in the rocks belonging to him and those we re the rocks belonging to him and those were some cards there were only distributed at certain shops, at a certain time, at the end of december, in holland. so we're getting a lot of details about the movement of the attacker of that christmas market. so, that gives as the extent of the stale of this continuing investigation. —— the scale. 0ne continuing investigation. —— the scale. one might issue know quite few numbers in anis amri's phone so
they might be quite a few leads for they might be quite a few leads for the authorities. well batted the big worry, because german authorities say there are up but 550 people in germany who are suspected islamist and possibly dangerous. but now people across europe and particularly in germany are trying to piece together anis amri's movements. the worry is he wasn't acting alone. if he was alone attack attacker that would mean the incident was over, if he had people working with him that means the danger is still there. as you know, so—called, islamic state has claimed responsibility for the attack so officials are taking seriously any leads they have too anyone else who might be involved in either the planning or in the itself or could possibly be connected to anis amri and would therefore be seen as suspicious because they could be potentially dangerous book teacher at tax. that is really the big worry
here in germany. —— dangerous for future attacks. thanks ramat. a woman has died and a man is seriously injured after a series of crashes on the aao in 0xfordshire.up to 15 people up to 15 people with minor injuries have been treated by the emergency services at the scene. up to 15 people with minor injuries have been treated by the emergency services at the scene. the incidents have taken place between burford road and the aais witney town centre turn off. earlier i spoke by phone to ben starkey an hgv driver who witnessed the aftermath of the crash. this morning it was foggy and i see. icame to this morning it was foggy and i see. i came to a collision ahead of me. i thought this might be the crash that had slowed was all down. upon getting out of my pickle and taking as inspection i saw there was a more serious action. —— out of my
vehicle. a lady had got out of her vehicle. a lady had got out of her vehicle and collided with another vehicle. i obviously offered my first aid to anyone needed any and continued towards my vehicle. i sort there were another lot of accidents behind me and i continued down to those. i saw there was another serious accident where a car had collided with a hdv. i believe that is the lady that didn't make it was bowled with that. and, we are looking at your still photos that you have sent through this morning. you talked about it being foggy and icy, was that limited visibility when you set out on yourjourney? yes, i had just finished delivering a drop and was heading on the 8a0. the visibility was about 20 metres.
i was able to stop with enough time. there was a lady on the grass verge, wading us down. i managed to come to a stop but the cart beside me skidded. when i first got out that was the lady that i went to see was 0k. yes, upon walking their belt to wed the main action was ahead of me, it was like glass, it was really icy on the road. two crew members are still missing after a fishing vessel capsized off the kent coast last night. the coastguard search and rescue helicopter based at lydd, two lifeboats from ramsgate and the coastguard rescue team from margate were scrambled tojoin the search 0ur correspondent simonjones has
been bringing us the latest details. the emergency services were first alerted at daylight when a passing boat saw the upturned fishing vessel with one of the crew members standing on it and he was able to tell them that a bad at two of his collea g u es tell them that a bad at two of his colleagues were unaccounted for. let's talk now to someone from the coastguard. this is a big search. it is quite extensive, there are three lifeboats still engaged in the search of the area that we have identified. earlier on in the search there was eight uk coastguard helicopter. and also one belgian search and rescue colleagues. so the crew member who was found he had been potentially standing on top of his fishing boat powers. yes, we hadn't established at what time, what ever happened to the fishing vessel happened. but, it would have certainly applied during the hours
of darkness, which inevitably meant that the individual could have been sitting on top of his fishing boat but quite some time. lucky to be allowed ? but quite some time. lucky to be allowed? absolutely, but quite some time. lucky to be allowed ? absolutely, at but quite some time. lucky to be allowed? absolutely, at this time of yearin allowed? absolutely, at this time of year in the southern north sea, water temperature is very low so a significant risk of head with me. but he is in the proper care of the hospital authorities at the moment. -- risk hospital authorities at the moment. —— risk of hypothermia. hope must be diminishing as every hour goes on? yes, but we are operating to quite a body of data with regards to survivability. so, we have not yet passed the point in which the data would indicate that a person in the water couldn't survive. so, still hope? of course. water couldn't survive. so, still hope? of course. there is still hope. how unusual is this? we hear about problems at sea, but unusual for someone to be stuck on top of that fishing vessel for so long.
that situation has occurred before in my experience. the fishing industry is very well regulated, by the different mansion and authority. accidents can happen but in terms of winding crewmen or all—time fishing vessels i can recall a number of other incidents in the past but it is not an everyday cannons. what will be investigating log in to to try and establish how this happened? the investigating authorities will examine everything and reconstruct a trip ora examine everything and reconstruct a trip or a boys from the moment it departed its port up until the accident point. they are very dollar. the fact that there is a crew man alive will help the investigating authorities. —— they are very investigating authorities. —— they are very thorough. what conditions is he on? i am afraid i can't comment on the condition that he is
in but he's certainly in the right place at the present time. the search is continuing, being coordinated from here in dover, focusing on an area along the coast from here, whether life posts have been scouring much of the morning and continuing into this afternoon. people aged between a0 and 60 are being urged to drink less alcohol and lose weight after a warning from public health england that they're facing a ‘health crisis'. one woman has died and several people are injured, afterfour accidents involving 20 vehicles on the aao in oxfordshire. german police have arrested a a0—year—old tunisian man in connection with the fatal lorry attack on a berlin christmas market earlier this month. the israeli prime minister, benjamin netanyahu, has intervened to delay a vote that could have seen
hundreds more settlement homes built in eastjerusalem. last week the un security council called for an end to israeli settlements on occupied land, a decision that, unusually, 0ur middle correspondent yolande knell has the latest from jerusalem. it isa it is a very significant move and this was expected to be the best approval of new settler homes, i pondered them since back controversial un security council resolution which the palestinians have warmly wellington. which israel com pletely have warmly wellington. which israel completely regrets calling it disgraceful, shameful and absurd. —— have warmly welcomed. habitually behead of the munition or committee, thisjerusalem behead of the munition or committee, this jerusalem committee said behead of the munition or committee, thisjerusalem committee said that he plans to press ahead. —— originally the head. but then we we re originally the head. but then we were told that the boat was
cancelled, that actually it was the prime minister, himself who had made the call. who had asked them not to strain relations with the 0bama administration at this particular time and ahead of a crucial speech thatjohn kerry is expected to make later on the israeli— palestinian conflict. the japanese prime minister, shinzo abe, has offered his sincere and everlasting condolences to the victims of his country's attack on pearl harbour in i9ai. speaking after a visit to the uss arizona memorial, mr abe thanked the united states for its tolerance and said the horrors of war must never be repeated. 0urjapan correspondent, rupert wingfield—hayes reports. voiceover: it has taken 75 years for ajapanese prime minister and us president to come here to pearl harbor together. inscribed on the walls in front of them, the names of the 2,a00 americans killed injapan's surprise attack in december i9ai. 0utside, they cast flowers into the waters where the wreck
of the uss arizona still lies. the battleship exploded under a reign ofjapanese bombs, taking most of its crew with it. many of their remains still lie in the water below here. prime minister abe spoke of his sadness at the young american lives cut short, of their hopes and dreams left unfulfilled. translation: when i contemplate that solemn reality, i am rendered entirely speechless. rest in peace, precious souls of the fallen. voiceover: for 75 years, americans have been taught to remember pearl harbor, but today president 0bama called on americans to take a different lesson from this place. even when hatred burns hottest, even when the tug of tribalism is at its most primal,
we must resist the urge to turn inward, we must resist the urge to demonise those who are different. it was a directjibe at his successor, donald trump, who has been accused of stoking hatreds against everybody from muslims to mexicans. for mr abe, too, there is deep concern about what will happen to japan's most important partnership when mr trump enters the white house in 23 days' time. almost 300 nail bars have been visited by immigration officials in recent weeks in a renewed bid to crack down on illegal workers in the industry. over 70 shops are likely to face fines, and more than a dozen vulnerable people were identified as being at risk of modern slavery, as richard lister reports. voiceover: a nail bar in south london, one of 280 across the
country raided in recent weeks to tackle the modern—day slave trade. the aim is to find people living under forced servitude but also the people that brought them here. three people were arrested at this business, all of them were vietnamese. the nail bar industry is the latest to be targeted by the home office under 0peration magnifier. as a result, 68 businesses were warned they could be fined for immigration offences, 97 arrests, and officers identified ia potential victims of slavery. many of them are brought here illegally and forced into rarely do we see people kept in dungeons or anything like that but there is always a control element, they have been deceived to come here, controlled by traffickers, families may be threatened, back home, it is those circumstances we have to overcome to
encourage people to come forward and tell us about experiences and help bring the traffickers to justice. another raid on another south london nail bar, two were arrested here and will be deported, a third may have been forced to work here and is being investigated. the government says modern slavery is a barbaric crime and it is sending a strong message that it won't be tolerated. the film industry and fans around the world have paid tribute to carrie fisher who's died aged 60. the actress, who was best known for her role as princess leia in star wars, had been in hospital after suffering a cardiac arrest on a flight to los angeles last friday. her fellow star wars actor mark hamill called the news ‘downright heartbreaking‘ and harrison ford described her as ‘brilliant, original, and emotionally fearless‘. i spoke to anthony daniels who played c3p0 in the stars wars
films a little earlier. he shared his memories of working with carrie fisher. we will answer together quite a lot and it was wonderful to be back with hairat though, and it was wonderful to be back with hair at though, we‘d been together an episode seven, but she wasn‘t born when the prequel is happened, so born when the prequel is happened, so in eight she had become, as she got all this she has become a general, she is a very graceful figure. she‘s full of authority, charm and that face. her face has surrendered deep that perhaps it didn‘t have before. i am enjoying remembering her. —— herface had serenity. it is a gift to deal to come and share this. what was she like to work with, to deal with? she was everything, depending on the day but always crazy, always warm and friendly and giving. she was a wonderful icon, not all icons have
the ability to look into you and be safely there and... i have very happy memories of her, working with c three p0. to work with a gold face that twitters at two, she did i remembering kind though she was, she did switch me off at the end of the empire strikes back. she thought that was a dope? it was in the script, she found the off button. —— that was a joke. did she mind that she was defined as princess leia, i know she referred to herself as a writer. and that became part of her life. ritchie except that that had been a gift that came along at the age of 20? -- did she. what a gift, 20 of a0 years. a good question because some actors do resent the
being known... do i mind being known for c3p0? i‘m so proud and grateful for c3p0? i‘m so proud and grateful for the gift, but she got back then by george lucas. we both made it our own in thin ways. she was quietly proud and more satisfied about her writing. because she was a very skilled writer, she had a huge right. yes, and maybe going back to the original, early days of star wars, asbos having been a character who had something about her, —— i suppose having a female character. who had something about her, —— i suppose having a female characterlj remember back in the 60s there was a film where james bond was a space kitten, a very strange and wonderful movie. —— jane fonda. kitten, a very strange and wonderful movie. ——jane fonda. but, carrie was much more grounded and what ever
planet we happen to be on and you believed that she could do it in spite of the silly hairstyles, that she didn‘t always like, and occasionally she would do this and forget. i think she wasn‘t sure about the bikini in the third movie. return of the jedi. it about the bikini in the third movie. return of thejedi. it became every young man‘s cross for ever and ever. it is important to remember that when you see me feedback when you we re when you see me feedback when you were younger and particularly star wars, the world was very different and changed around that bill is, people now, grown men, still remember those days and all the fans who were there, it is come a part of peoples family. i think i feel the loss of a family member if i think about her. was it hard for ahead to deal with that, because we all age, it is the natural process, but
there‘s a pressure to look the same all those years later? i do. in costu me. all those years later? i do. in costume. the great joy, all those years later? i do. in costume. the greatjoy, which i never realise was i would bore ever be as c3p0. carrie, i think, really except to she was because i think she was becoming, i‘m not going to say a better person, but she really began to be in hesse kimberly end and just do have things and people delighted in her doing that. —— to be in herskin delighted in her doing that. —— to be in her skin in the end. she said what she wanted to say with great truth and people delighted in that. she seemed to go everywhere with head dog as well? gary. after the read—through of one of the episodes, there we are in a posh restaurant, and there is mark hamill and his wife and me and my wife. and the dog. you always see pictures with the dog. quite with situation, she adored the dog and the dog went
everywhere with her. the great companion. anthony daniels talking about working with carrie fisher, he of course played c3p0 in star wars. let‘s pause and catch up with the weather plus specs. priscilla was the fog never went away for those. better go for some of us. the fog is going to be very expensive and the visibility down. there will be a fast across england and wales. some icy stretches and untreated roads. northern ireland and scotland, too much in the way of cloud to see much of fog. tomorrow morning, we could well have some transport this watch infesting. not just well have some transport this watch infesting. notjust in the roads but perhaps i put as well. because of
this dense fog which is likely to linger all day in a number of spots across england and wales. temperatures will stay a roundabout, orjust above temperatures will stay a roundabout, or just above freezing. there will be some sunshine. northern ireland, scotla nd be some sunshine. northern ireland, scotland are likely to be a cloudy days. south—westerly winds bring slightly less cold air. the warmest spots, stornoway, but here there is a threat of a bit of rain. hello. this is bbc news. the headlines at 2:30pm: a woman has been killed and a dozen people have been hurt this morning on the aao in oxfordshire.
around 20 vehicles were involved in the four crashes, which happened in fog and ice. 80% of middle—aged people in england are overweight, don‘t exercise or drink too much, experts have warned. public health england says the medical system is facing a crisis because of unhealthy lifestyles. police in germany say they have arrested a a0—year—old tunisian man in connection with the fatal lorry attack on a berlin christmas market earlier this month. a search is under way for missing crew members of a fishing boat which capsized in the english channel — off the kent coast. more coming up at three o‘clock, all of the latest news.