the protesters were calling for the prime minister, dmitry medvedev, to resign over corruption allegations. talks aimed at forming a power—sharing government in northern ireland appear to have broken down after sinn fein said it wouldn't be nominating its leader at stormont to become deputy first minister by tomorrow's deadline. but sinn fein president gerry adams said it should be possible to agree a power—sharing arrangement at some point in the future. the head of britain's biggest union, unite, has said thatjeremy corbyn should be given 15 months to see if he can improve labour's poll ratings. len mccluskey is standing for re—election as the union's general secretary. for re—election mr corbyn says labour is ready for re—election for a general election if one is called. jeremy corbyn has said he'll oppose the government's plans to change european laws without parliamentary scrutiny when they become part of uk law during the brexit process. scrutiny when they become part of uk the government wants to include the powers in its great repeal bill, which will be published in draft form this week. our political correspondent alex forsyth has the story.
we are europe! alex forsyth has the story. some still might not want it, but brexit is beckoning. the majority voted, but brexit is beckoning. and the government is about to start the formal process. parliament will see the historic moment this week, followed by details of the government's plan to give control over uk laws to westminster instead of brussels. some warn, as this complex work begins, mps must be involved. we're not going to set there and hand over powers to this government to override parliament, override democracy and just set down a series of diktats, what's going to happen in the future. so what does the government plan? in the future. it in the future. will introduce a great repeal bill, it will introduce a great repeal bill, bringing eu regulations into domestic law — everything from environmental legislation to workers‘ rights. then the regulations can be changed or abolished after brexit to suit the uk. the bill will also include
powers for the government to amend some eu laws during the process, without full parliamentary scrutiny. the government has already faced battles over parliament‘s role in the brexit process, and a great repeal bill looks like it could be the next big skirmish. some mps and peers fear they‘ll be cut out of key decisions. the government insists they will have a say and says major policy changes, like new immigration or customs controls, will be subject to full scrutiny. but ministers say there must be a way of making small technical tweaks, like on picking some of the eu terminology. technical tweaks, like on picking some of the eu terminologym technical tweaks, like on picking some of the eu terminology. it will a limited and defined power, not to act like a dictator, by secondary legislation, and the scope, the scope, the definition of those powers and when they can be used, in what circumstances, is something that parliament will have to approve in boating through the bill itself.
but some resistance is likely. the sheer complexity of brexit means very little will be plain sailing. alex forsyth, bbc news, westminster. time alex forsyth, bbc news, westminster. now for so| karthi time now for some sport, let‘s joint karthi gna nasegaram at time now for some sport, let‘s joint karthi gnanasegaram at the bbc sport centre. england are playing lithuania in a qualifying game for the 2018 world cup. in a qualifying game jermain defoe marked his return to international football at the age of 3a with the opening goal, and with just a few minutes remaining, england are now leading 2—0. andy swiss reports from wembley. are now leading 2—0. a are now leading 2—0. day to put football firmly in perspective. a day to put football firmly in perspective. armed police on duty as wembley struck a poignant note. outside, the flags at half—mast, inside, the team is led out by five—year—old cancer patient bradley lowry before a tribute to the victims of wednesday‘s terror attack, reid is laid in the centre circle as 80,000 fans fell silent. —— wreaths. the match itself seemed
straightforward for england, it certainly began that way. the recall jermain defoe slotting them ahead. although an error from keeperjoe hart nearly gifted lithuania and equaliser, england were in control at the break. after it, they struggled for fluency at first, but eventually they founded. substitute jamie vardy keeping his cool to extend england‘s advantage. well, extend england‘s advantage. the very latest, i can you, well, the very latest, i can tell you, is that england still lead to— zero with just a few minutes remaining. some fans, as you can see, heading for an early exit. it has not been a hugely convincing display, but england on course to stay top of their qualifying group, karthi. scotland are in the same group as england, and they face slovenia at 7.45 this evening. northern ireland play norway in group c at the same time. the first formula one grand prix
of the year has been won by sebastian vettel, who beat lewis hamilton, despite the british driver starting on pole position. hamilton is aiming to win a fourth world title this year. adam wild reports. a fourth world title this year. a a fourth world title this year. new season, and for the a new season, and for formula one, the start of a new year, the car is now bigger, faster. still, there are some sites that might be a rather familiar, lewis hamilton‘s mercedes beginning at the front is one, staying there is the challenge that never changes, and with being the race favoured, their servants dummer comes a certain type of pressure, in this case from the ferrari of sebastian vettel, a battle of speed that would ultimately decided by a stop. hamilton in four new tyres, allowing vettel to take the lead. we need to get past verstappen. allowing vettel to take the lead. we need to get past verstappenlj allowing vettel to take the lead. we need to get past verstappen. i don't know how you expect me to do that right now. a hold-up that allowed the ferrari to get in and out
without losing the lead. for hamilton and is mercedes team, the chance was gone. a comfortable victory for vettel, hamilton second, and if this is a new era for the sport, it may be this rivalry that comes to define it. adam wild, bbc news. and scotland have won a bronze medal at the world women‘s curling championship in beijing after beating sweden 6—4. we‘re back with the late news at ten. now on bbc one, it‘s time for the news where you are. goodbye. for the news where you are. hello. this is bbc news. more now on what the home secretary, amber rudd said today about the intelligence services‘ access to encrypted messaging services. shortly before khalid masood killed four people in westminster on wednesday, it‘s understood that his phone had connected to the messaging app whatsapp. the home secretary set out her concerns on the andrew marr programme this morning. there should be no place for
terrorists to hate. we need to make sure that organisations —— we need to organisations make sure that organisations like whatsapp, —— we need to organisations make sure that organisations like whatsapp, and there are plenty of others like that, don‘t provide a secret place for terrorists to communicate with each other. we need to make sure that our intelligence services have this facility. this is what is going on between apple and the fbi in washington, and they have so far said they will not allow the american authorities to open a back door into their products and yet if they do not do this, this end to end encryption continues. do you think the british government and the american government need to take on the big internet companies and force them to open up their devices?” the big internet companies and force them to open up their devices? i was talking to tim cook, i would say to them this is something completely different. we don‘t want to go into
the cloud and things like that. we wa nt the cloud and things like that. we want them to recognise they have a responsibility to engage with government, or law—enforcement agencies, when there is the terrorist situation. we would do it all through the carefully thought through, legally covered arrangements, but they cannot get away with saying that they are a different situation and cause they are not. the ceo of apple have said it would be wrong for them to pretend he‘s back doors. but without that, you would be able to access them. i would ask him to think again. we need other ways to get out of the situations this is why i am calling on a lot of the organisation to relevant to that this week to ask them to work with us this week to ask them to work with us to develop the answer. it is not about them standing back from others. this is a national problem. who are you calling them? i would rather not go into that. it is a
fairly long list but it is also some of the smaller companies as well to make sure there is no hiding place for terrorists. i want to make sure that everybody takes responsibility for this. at the moment there are plenty of hiding places. if they say they are not going to end end to end encryption and a lot of those m essa g es to encryption and a lot of those messages to continue being encrypted, will you legislate? i do agree that we have a situation where we have to elaborate security services getting into the terrorist communications. i will have those conversations and we will see where they go. and now the weather. another lovely day for most of us. for most of us the temperature hit 20 celsius. even here the skies were not as blue as they were yesterday. the fact, rain bidding cloud on these weather systems at the moment
is being kept at bay by this large area of high pressure. a when that high area of low pressure there is already some cloud and we will see the north sea thong in with cloud and some of that will be heading our way. what we‘re seeing today is mostly high level cloud and the sunshine has been hazy. some of the country have been seeing this earlier on, like in suffolk. with clear skies and no wind, the attempted temperatures will fall quickly overnight, particularly across mainland scotland. a cold meat and a touch colder than it was last made across southern part of the uk with lighter ones. we could see temperatures below freezing. not thus called for northern ireland because more clodagh rice yet watch the end of the night and it will soon warm the end of the night and it will soon warm up the end of the night and it will soon warm up in the sunshine across mainland scotland. a different start to the day. for north—east england, pa rt to the day. for north—east england, part of wales, it will start today
and me will be some mist and fog and the watch —— odd patch of cloud. slowly we should see improvement in most areas as the sun comes out. some stubborn areas of cloud will linger. most of us will see some sunshine. notably north—east england, it could stay a bit grey and cold, but with lighter winds in the south—east, this is where we will see the highest temperatures, i7 will see the highest temperatures, 17 or 18 across highland scotland. we‘ll see more and more clodagh riding week, bringing with it the threat of showers or longer spells of rain. we have southerly winds and the high pressure is getting squeezed away into continental europe, pressure continuing to fall on tuesday and from the south—west, we start to see some green for the first time. shelley rain coming in, wales, northern ireland and the southern scotland, it could be heavy. showers and warm sunshine at
times. the south—east. this is bbc news. i‘m martine croxall. the headlines at 7pm: "no place to hide". the home secretary says intelligence services must have access to encrypted messages. khalid masood is thought to have been using whatsapp moments before he killed four people. there should be no place for terrorists to hide. we need to make sure that organisations like whatsapp, and there are plenty of others like that, don‘t provide a secret place for terrorists to communicate with each other. more than 30 people have been injured, two seriously, after a suspected gas explosion on merseyside. in russia, police clamp down on anti—corru ption protests held across the country. more than 700 people are arrested in moscow. among those detained is the country‘s main opposition leader. sinn fein says it‘s the "end of the road" on power—sharing in northern ireland, as talks break down ahead of tomorrow‘s deadline. and england take the lead over