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developing at midday. of a russian spy. maximum temperature is getting up to about six to 11, even 12 degrees. with a warning not to pre—judge the about six to 11, facts. even 12 degrees. will see more showers moving to south—west england and wales. —— former russian spy. south—west england and wales. russian double agent and his daughter in salisbury. after collapsing in salisbury. those showers could continue overnight. as ministers move to reassure local people. showers could continue overnight. daughter in salisbury. they remain in a critical condition in hospital. could see snow down to lower levels by thursday morning. with the european by thursday morning. eventually the snow will clear away. union. snow will clear away. that all action is going then we are looking at dry weather. for much of thursday. against his country's role in the war in yemen. to be taken to keep some showers over scotland. everybody safe. when trina so the higher ground. the public that all action will be taken to keep everybody safe. we'll have the latest on the continuing investigation. also this lunchtime... ground. with the prime minister. top temperatures between seven to 10 celsius. goodbye. unconscious in salisbury. —— wintry on higher ground. "negative economic consequences. agreement with europe. tariffs on some imports. for the post—brexit relationship with the uk. nonmember state is out thanks to volunteers and the team on of the question. diy sos. in the war in yemen. question. we are not going to sacrifice these principles. sacrifice these principles. it is simply not in our interest.
over opposition to a trade tariffs. developing at 11. probe into the suspected poisoning of a former russian double agent. as promised, catching up on the sport with will. by five wickets with three balls to spare earlier this morning. banned from using misleading pricing strategies. it's wednesday the city overnight. a disappointing 334 —9. the 7th he wants to include financial of march. services in a free trade agreement. i'm annita mcveigh. welcome to bbc newsroom live. victory for the black caps. out despite struggling with a thigh for the post—brexit relationship with the injury. uk. in the war in yemen. questions hasjust for sunday's six nations match with italy in cardiff. begun, let us crossover. over opposition to a trade and cory hill survive from the defeat in ireland. crossover.
tariffs. back row taulupe faletau returns at regarding. number eight to captain the team. scarlets flanker james davies will win his "misleading" price strategies. first cap. good selected on the right wing. finals of the champions morning. league. investigation which is now being led by counterterrorism police. by counterterrorism police. and played out a goalless draw at anfield last night. who are through to the last eight for the first time since 2009. welcome to bbc emergency committee, cobra, and has asked for an newsroom live. update later today. asked for an update later today. shall have further such meetings later on the suspected poisoning of a former russian germain weren't inspired on today. double agent. by them. later on today. they lost their last 16 tie to the holders real madrid. real were 3—1 up from the first leg. cristiano ronaldo's header set them on course for a 5—2 aggregate win. the south—west and the country. restaurant zizi, and may
at the etihad have seen stadium. creating 1800 new homes in gillingham in my constituency. against juventus at them. gillingham in my constituency. wembley. understand how housing transforms and supports local economic growth. and supports local economic growth. announcement from the prime minister. on a bench outside the maltings shopping centre on sunday afternoon. league this minister. season. all ten years that our police cordons in the area. constituents now need. at whitehall, where that meeting now need. is taking place. good morning. happens will be a consequence to help restore that dream of home ownership. will this essentially ownership. about our performance. be a briefing? our performance. be a briefing? build houses, notjust sit on land and watch its value rise. and watch its value rise. to win and advancing to the next stage. it meets after a terror attack or the foot and mouth crisis. the foot and mouth crisis. from their final match against the usa to win it. affordable homes to be prioritised for key workers. for key workers. the americans though are the highest measure of the seriousness with which this issue is being taken. which this issue is being taken. ranked team in the world. afford a safe and decent place to live. jeremy
corbyn. ministers, police officers, members of the military. at stake tonight. of the military. but how will they celebrate if they win? that is the treat. they're leaving early morning 7. because it meets in the cabinet 0ffice briefing room a. 0ffice briefing room a. investigations into the cause of that hours in disneyland. incident. that incident. it is a once—in—a—lifetime opportunity for the players. because of their schedule, it's rare they get long off. notjust in this country, but around the world. the wright, the attorney general, and jeremy hunt, the nhs secretary. jeremy hunt, the off, so they have is a few hours with mickey mouse and donald duck. nhs secretary. world. this summer's tournament in russia. with 99 days to go. mohamed bin salman, the ruler of saudi arabia. some familair faces there doing some keepy uppies. saudi arabia. former enland captain wayne rooney. her in a little while after the meeting has finished. thank you. diego maradona and harry kewell. the scene in salisbury. have been doing keep uppies in 0lga, what's the latest on the investigation? the kremlin. not often we see that. along with other familiar faces from the world of football. and executions are widespread as amnesty international confirms. amnesty international confirms.
to hold the shocking abuse of human took for vladimir putin but it looked good. that's all the sport for now. yes, the police today issued an appeal, a call for witnesses. appeal, a call rights in saudi arabia? i'll have more for you in the next hour. rights in saudi arabia? for witnesses. daughter in salisbury. that it is international women's day critically ill in tomorrow! couple on sunday, sergei skripal and his daughter yulia. tomorrow! i think his daughter yulia. hospital. the government's emergency committee that is cobra is meeting. what is police say they are keeping an open mind about what happened. called man's 0ur security correspondent gordon corera is planing! here. called man's where the couple spent some time on sunday. sunday. planing! to welcoming crown prince mohamed bin salman from saudi arabia... bin salman from saudi arabia... labour backbenchers from sedentary positions are shouting shame. remain in place at the moment here and of anything has the intelligence community said about this incident? community said about this incident? positions are shouting shame. in the nearby town. they remain tight—lipped, the police are leading. and in the nearby town. 0k, thank you for that update. are leading. and joins me now. potentially hundreds of people in this
but they should have some idea by now. country. this country. now. they don't want to make anything public until they shore. public until they shore. and politicians and so on are saying? saying? relationship with saudi arabia is an important one. important one. government don't want to get ahead of the facts. of the facts. about how bid the british media pointing out the russian connection. pointing out the russian connection. with the crown prince when i meet him. inhaled with mother and him. who did it and why? and why? were presidential campaigns on the 18th of march. sitting down with and as 18th of march. the guest of a female allowing the government to respond in one way or another. prime minister! of a female prime in one way or another. minister! damage the lejoola —— the legitimacy of vladimir putin. legitimacy of vladimir putin. months to trace the movements of people. people. think someone is making it as hard as possible for him. as possible for him. but eventually there was enough food charges against people. enough food charges against people. —— enough
going to terrorist groups here in the uk, so threatening our security. the uk, so threatening our security. for charges. when will that report come out? eventually an enquiry said the trial probably lead to putin himself. probably lead to putin himself. speaker, a humanitarian disaster is now taking place in yemen. now taking place in yemen. millions face starvation. agents that went to work face starvation. for the west. west. led bombing campaign and the blockade. blockade. this, if it is not a state—sponsored act? happened, he might have given the audience, and that may feed into it. audience, and that may feed into it. act? everyone in this house there are many versions of what could have happened in salisbury. should take seriously. could have happened in salisbury. seriously. increased and british military advisers are directing the war. enough basis for action when there will certainly be public pressure? will certainly be advisers are directing public pressure? the war. russian state involvement but it could be coming from somewhere else? could be coming from somewhere else? the united nations says is evidence of war crimes. a road russian agent or a woman not agent, we of war crimes. don't know yet. agent, we don't know
financing the work of the intelligence agencies in britain. intelligence agencies in yet. supplies and demand britain. an immediate ceasefire they go as far in yemen? as that. ceasefire in yemen? so, lots of theories in circulation. theories in circulation. right honourable gentleman raised two questions. two questions. does tend to be that, it the relations between could be a state state actor. the uk and state state actor. russia? russia? committed to stamping out extremism in all its forms. in all its forms. i launched the counter extremism strategy. i do not know how much lauded google. counter extremism strategy. google. organised crime, if we knew that it would change the picture. so far we don't. current home secretary has appointed a counter extremism commissioner. a counter extremism commissioner. don't. do much damage to the russian economy and russia itself. economy and in that direction, russia itself. it is speculation. —— motors point in that direction. but aren't many credible leads. thank you. domestic rather than overseas sources. sources. make britain much weaker in the eyes north korean government. of russia. of russia. when two women smeared his face with point of the relationship could not get even any lower. get even any lower. vx nerve agent. thank you very much councillors have been invited to the home office to read this report. for your thoughts. a prank for a tv show, are on trial for home office to read
much for your thoughts. murder. this report. editor of the bbc‘s russian service. on north korea in response. to include financial services in a free trade agreement. the labour front bench are free to go and read that report. 0ur correspondent is in seoul. go and read that report. this has long been suspected. has argued that such a deal has never been done before. that the nerve agent vx had been used. gentleman raised was the question of the humanitarian situation in yemen. the humanitarian situation in was murdered by north korea and nerve agent vx was used. yemen. in westminsterfor us. in return, they slapped on more sanctions. particularly the effect on women and children. children. we have increased our funding for yemen. funding for yemen. out the possibility of a first time for such a deal? for such a deal? and we are the third largest humanitarian donor to the yemen. the need to prevent north korea getting its hands on humanitarian donor to the yemen. wmd. it is reacting will provide nutrition support for 1. as it has 1. 7 million people, clean waterfor 1. 2 million done. people. its own deal including financial these overtures of peace from north korea. services. services.
reporting the abuse to the police, according to a new humanitarian and commercial supplies and saudi arabia then did just that. and saudi arabia then did just that. survey. under half of women in its refuges make look at the option of a deal on financial services. have with saudi arabia, to be able to sit down with them. financial services. an official report. to sit down with them. and can affect both men and women, as ali fortescue, reports. and that is to try to put the pressure on the eu. pressure on the in the yemen and is backed by the un security council and we supported. security council and we supported. eu. and it was me stepping in the way. that's how it would turn onto me. but, yeah, ifeel a lot of regret. a lot of regret. humanitarian aid to get through to those who need it. mortgages, so there will be an impact on eu voters. those who need it. impact on eu voters. she never told police what was happening to her. killed and maimed innocent men, women and children. women and children. away from them. got to be urgent in order to save lives in the yemen. figures show less than a third went to police last lives in the yemen. the disruption between the city and european banks. year. fewer than in european banks.
2016. rough speaking felt under labour but was doubled under the conservatives? was doubled of pragmatism and political pressure on under the the eu. on the eu. a criminal case or sanctions against the conservatives? perpetrator. their abuser is worthwhile. they aren't sure they will get an empathetic response. feel that london can retain the influence it currently has? influence it currently worse out of their has? control. that they investigate that and learn the lessons from it. in the year tojune, the lessons from it. already been published as a 2016. that's a 23% increase injust one year. result of that. of that. because europe is suddenly hoovering up british banks. up british banks. a changing culture is still needed by many forces. morning, andy. hi, i'm dealing with a... northumbria police has been seeking to undermine as long as it is within international law. praised for its work is within international law. other financial services to try to kent on domestic abuse. came across. kent came across. long as they are used within helped to create lines of contact with victims. the law.
law. abuse, so it's a huge issue for the police to manage. we need to attack it very strongly and very intelligently. and lessons to be learned on that. clear, so far there has not been an exodus of the bankers to the eu. exodus of the bankers to the eu. aren't being trusted rough on the ? i hope streets of this country. not. country. has been trained in it, takes it seriously. of pounds extra into dealing with rough sleeping. comes to striking a deal on financial services. rough sleeping. financial services. thank you very much, norman smith. a big drive to do that. from within the administration and from outside. many still aren't coming forward. relationship with donald trump declared void. people from sleeping rough in the claimed to have had an affair situation so it never needs to get first place. with mr trump in 2006 and to that point. first place. 2007.
had a relationship. pilot schemes to tackle homelessness. homelessness. economic advisor, gary cohn, to include financial services in a met, not a penny has been spent on that has announced his resignation. free trade agreement. programme. that programme. there is a homelessness crisis in this country. homelessness crisis in this has argued that such a deal has never been done before. of the administration's huge package of tax country. cuts. rough sleeping has doubled since 2010. 2010. say we will tackle rough sleeping by 2027? and aluminium wesley is our economic editor kamal imports. ahmed. 2027? ahmed. from president trump's team. eliminate it, that is our aim by 2027. 0ur north america correspondent peter bowes has more. let me just perhaps... to the studio we hope with a copy of the draft document from the eu. the draft document from the eu. let mejust perhaps... —— with me is our editor. with me is our editor. up the relationship it once with the uk post brexit. uk post brexit. gentleman because the task force he referred to has talk to you about what in fact met. departure from the trump white house. philip hammond will say. it house. hammond will met today! gary cohn had been there from a start, seen say. as a moderate it. today! a start, seen as a moderate it. links with goldman sachs helped push through tax reforms. through tax reforms. group of people we bring together to look at rough sleeping.
done, that is not necessarily be positioned at the uk is coming from? positioned at the uk is coming from? look at rough sleeping. it certainly seems to be believed, it's a big day today. announced his plan to impose tariffs on aluminium and steel imports. on aluminium and steel it's a big day today. imports. we're going to be instituting tariffs. expertise is being input into the task it force. the council are here setting out stalls which seems quite far apart. stalls which seems task force. has quite far apart. been... statement, gary cohn gave no hint of his frustration. his frustration. to raise money, that the european union will want a good deal. with britain. being built. praised him as a rare talent and thanked him for his service.... for that reason. putting more money into mental health. health. connected to the financial services in the uk. in the uk. a question of changing people's lives around. lives around. underlying problems in the first place. conflict and people around him with different points of view. that is good for consumers who want to make loans and for businesses. place. different points of view. to make loans and for
he wasn't concerned about filling topjobs. businesses. he wasn't concerned about filling top jobs. he wasn't concerned about filling topjobs. topjobs. still has not actually achieved spirit, it is a great place to be working. working. anything. financial services because it's not been done before. anything. many people want been done before. every singlejob. embarrassed about the levels of rough sleeping in singlejob. this country. rough sleeping in this it's been done before, it will be done out of economic necessity. done out of economic necessity. country. there's an element of who will blink first? first? house, they all want a piece of the oval office and the west wing. oval office and the west wing. for these individuals, it is a middle of the city positions, there will be some form of compromise. will be some apparently with full support of the president. disgrace. disgrace. form of compromise. and many others. is beginning a three—day visit to britain. located and there are many ways of with the prime minister. cooperating. cooperating. by the war in yemen, where the kingdom is fighting rebels. some effect on the numbers of people that are rough sleeping? here's our security correspondent frank that are people volley people will gardner. agree it will be rough sleeping? saudi arabia's mohammed bin salman is a man found. will be found. in a hurry. mention financial services specifically? no. to promote his vision of a new, tolerance meeting, i have to tell him, that is
saudi arabia. he's lifted the ban on women driving from not the way to solve issues. june. not the way to solve issues. and a new mega—city will be built. unfortunately will have negative economic consequences. economic consequences. actually to get out there on the ground doing something about it. ground doing something that store pretty bluntly about it. that's worrying foreign investors. to start with. with. defence and security contracts dominate ties with britain. the uk supplies the saudi air force with warplanes and munitions. ambitious plea we had from theresa may at the end of last week. to overcome the issues like a mental ill health and substance. ill health and substance. may at the end of last week. for mounting casualties. that's prompted calls by some to break off relations suggested of having mutual recognition of standards. recognition of standards. with saudi. back on a lot of what she said in her speech. that lead to somebody sleeping a protest is scheduled for later today outside her speech. on the streets. downing street. the streets. arab trading partner. sort of accommodation, some sort of meeting in the middle? no. thousands ofjobs depend on it. a first step to rebuilding eventually but as a starting point, this is a fairly blunt response. this is a fairly blunt response. their lives. lives. this is not about figures, it about people. overwhelmingly young population. about people.
relationship will always be a controversial one. frank gardner, bbc news. that people face which leads to rough tusk on his own, this is thejoint position of the country. let's speak to position of the country. sleeping. rough sleeping. our security correspondent frank gardner now. permission —— building houses, which should please him. should please him. the visit, but how important is the relationship? relationship? it is important for britain for several reasons. britain for several reasons. begging every day to find enough money to get into the night shelter. money to get this is the basis on which we are negotiating. negotiating. into the night we will hear a lot about the document in the future. negotiating. shelter. and movement to the centre, when will we see signs uk and saudi arabia, but it goes beyond of that? will we see signs of that? the government slashing council budgets and passing the buck. that. barnier has an interesting history budgets and passing the buck. beyond that. on this? on this? more than twice as many people sleeping rough on our streets. sleeping rough on our streets.
60,000, 60,000 homeless households in temporary accommodation. in temporary accommodation. the fifth richest country in services cooperation was part of that deal. been expanding its influence across the middle east. it didn't the world. the middle world. actually happen. east. on our streets is a mark of national happen. shame. shame. barnier, at the time head of internal trade for the eu. internal trade for the eu. minister really propose to tackle now of course, chief brexit negotiator. course, chief brexit negotiator. the homelessness crisis? shared with mi6, which in the homelessness crisis? turn was thwarted. thwarted. do it for a country where you had no regulatory alignment. —— britain's alignment. alignment. alliance with a country with an a home of their own, by building more homes in this country. appalling rights record. more homes in this country. country where there is presently for regulatory alignment? appalling rights record. this is mohammed bin salman regulatory alignment? arriving. a different relationship tenants get a fairer deal when they rent mohammed bin salman arriving. this is theresa may, actually. is theresa may, actually. the country. euratom awkward angle to see the images. for intertwined. rent the country. awkward angle to intertwined. see the images. indeed, so she played sides will look to move to the middle on cooperation. middle on cooperation. a quick visit there. that were built under 13 years of labour. there. labour.
things are so, catered, like worrincy the details for months. seven years than in the last seven years under the labour government. years under the labour government. worrincy the details for months. to that, they had massive defence contracts. so conjugated, we won't see the detailfor months. so conjugated, we won't see the detail for months. thank you. contracts. should look at the record of the last labour government. last labour government. in a moment, the business needs but first, the headlines. of a former russian double agent. labour government that was described as bringing... services in a free trade agreement with europe. as bringing... in yemen, because that is the controversial issue. controversial issue. the record of the last labour crown prince is younger than many against his country's role in the war in government was described... have been. yemen. have been. government was described... nations, they make you look even odder than... nations, they make you look even odderthan... the ban on women driving, in terms of what has captured the population. odder than... of what has captured the population. hello, these other top business stories. —— curious gesticulations. in a free trade gesticulations. they make you look odder than... they make you look odderthan... they make you look odder than... odder than... agreement. he's due to speak later today. irrelevant to the protestors because he is representing the kingdom? he is representing the kingdom? in five years last month. behaviour was a tad odd and i'm concerned about your well— being! concerned about your well— being! growth slumped to just 1. think the members from wirral and hull will according to halifax, the country's largest look after you. lender. hull will look after you. that's the slowest rate of increase
since march 2013. housing was described as in crisis and bringing misery and despair. and bringing misery and despair. growth to remain low in the coming months. government was bringing misery and despair? the leader of the position. years, if proposed new rules come in —— opposition. that would go to war in yemen in support of the yemeni government. support of the yemeni government. to effect. into energy network investment as part of their are delivering the homes the overall bill. country needs. thank you, mr speaker. west leicestershire including a record 731 in the last 12 months. record 731 in the last 12 months. bombs have gone astray, people have suffered massively. suffered massively. it is the customer every year. yemeni population who first time in have suffered. being banned from using misleading strategies to re—sell decades. population who tickets. have suffered. completed in the year to 2010, the last time labour way in government. last time labour buyer can no longer attend. way in government. been clear enough about extra fees added at the trying to find a way out for some time. end of the booking.
it is a war that cannot be won. won. are facing mounting there has to be a solution, and the bombing has to stop. the bombing has to stop. criticism. for giving us more madrid 1% and no rust eaters —— rough sleepers. rough sleepers. context of the visit. from ed sheeran's now, the headlines. manager. example being set by north west leicestershire. leicestershire. of a former russian double agent. good in a free trade morning. agreement with europe. what sort of charges are europe. we talking about? about? prince is starting a three—day visit to the uk. built, which is the best year to the uk. secondary ticketing sellers in the bar one. against his country's role in the war in yemen. one. uk. uk. now, the sport. onto the housing ladder through help to buy. good morning. to buy. by five wickets with three balls to spare are delivering the earlier this morning. homes that people need. need. vat on those bookings —— no a disappointing
334 —9. choice of paying. earmarked for closure were going to be given a reprieve. of paying. be given a reprieve. subject to review at the end of the year. review at the end of the year. but henry nicholls hit a six to seal victory for the black caps. 50% going macro £50 or more on the initial price. initial price. why has it taken until now? until now? despite struggling with a thigh make sure these branches are injury. sustainable? finals of the champions charges by the time you checked out on the sustainable? league. website. on the website. why has it taken so long to enforce? and played out a long to enforce? goalless draw at anfield commercial matter for the royal bank of scotland. last night. of scotland. who are through to the last eight for the first time since 2009. during the process and give the quarterfinals. the bank branches but bank on the internet. them a fair hearing. juventus stand in their way at wembley tonight. internet. 2—2 it finished in turin. fair hearing. rulings today that make clear to the industry they need to change. industry they need to change. decide the customer banking arrangements that suits them. arrangements that suits them. way they present their prices is not fair to consumers. fair to consumers. ought to be holding from their final match against the usa to win the country to account. companies don't abide by the new rules ? companies don't abide by the new rules? it. rules? account. the americans though are the
highest ranked team in the comply, some of them have come out and welcomed the rulings. world. and welcomed the rulings. for him and his family. don't we have compliant sanctions available. available. at stake tonight. but how will they celebrate if they win? a reprieve, he was told he should be approaching a branch of swear. prosecute advertisers if they are engaged in misleading advertising. approaching a branch of swear. mr speaker, that is outrageous. engaged in speaker, that is outrageous. misleading advertising. that the royal —— elsewhere. on thursday morning, that is the the royal —— elsewhere. treat. treat. scotland are undermining the ability of these branches to stay open. of these branches to stay open. necessary but we will expect them to comply and will be monitoring. comply and will be monitoring. thanks forjoining us. and have three or four hours in disneyland. and tell him that this disneyland. it is a once—in—a—lifetime opportunity. once—in—a—lifetime opportunity. behaviour must end? let's look at what's happening on markets. must end? markets. there's a lot to judge dressed right now. dressed right now. they have is a few hours with mickey mouse and donald duck. mouse and donald duck. love hanging out with donald duck? wales have made ten changes for the six nations match against italy. six nations match will put tariffs on orange juice, jeans, cars and that sort of thing. jeans, cars and that sort of thing. against italy. markets aren't sure what to make of that should be opening those accounts will have more on that at 10:30am —— 1230 pm. it. it. in. accounts in.
daughter in salisbury. exceptions, clauses in the tariffs that allow for countries to sell. that allow for countries to sell. people to use the the state of play on services through the post—office. the numbers, more later. threat posed by the post—office. more later. vladimir putin's russia. russia. bank accounts and how they should hold but bank account. hold but bank former spy sergei skripal and his daughter critically ill. account. daughter critically ill. as to their own banking arrangements. police, pmqs also due to get underway at midday. arrangements. underway at midday. we are now on to backbenchers, i'm pleased to say. backbenchers, i'm pleased to western taoiseach westminster before. say. britain, but the word if but i want to hear lots thank you. is in there. —— in westminster of bank bench members. there. with more. -- more. backbench or an innocent explanation are diminishing sharply. numbers. discusses that fears of diminishing sharply. a russian attack. attack. continuing that there is some kind of foul play. amber rudd has been speaking and we can hear what she said. of foul play. and we can hear what she said. tax than their counterparts south of the border. was the poison, and the border. who administered it and why? events, terrible events that took place in salisbury. it and why? place in salisbury. and our thoughts are with everybody affected. are with everybody affected.
particularly cue people who are still in hospital. rise for our brave servicemen and still in hospital. this is likely to be a lengthily and ongoing process. be a lengthily and women? women? his daughter, it is clearly used this is a very important point that she has raised. ongoing process. poison. poison. point that she has raised. this was ordered at the highest level by the russians. level by the russians. other services have the space to continue that investigation. continue that investigation. will be many people in scotland paying higher taxes. paying higher taxes. taxes in scotland than the rest of and then we need to decide the uk. what action to take. the uk. response, and that kind of ambiguity is how the kremlin likes it. is how the kremlin likes it. action to take. kind of substance this was and how it might have been used? it might have been used? point that she has raised is being looked this afternoon in order to share some of that. into. looked into. some of that. labour listed1 million children out of poverty. children out of poverty. be responsible for this, although we do not know what this is. do not know what this is. possible it could be the russian state ? possible it could be the russian i'm sure there will be more updates as the investigation continues. state? course to plunge a record state? 37% of children into poverty. children into poverty. care because of government cuts to local authority.
local authority. is this really a society working for everyone? society working for everyone? intelligence service have a personal grudge. deliberately killed as spot of state action? grudge. action? about sergei skripal in the public domain at the moment. has fallen under this conservative government. domain at the moment. government. without having clearance at the highest level from russian state. highest level from russian state. and finding out more about him will be part of it. is he a british citizen? citizen? as i say, there is lot of evidence in the public about that. evidence in the public about that. russia doing it, and if you catch them good luck to you. unfit to systems are more people them good luck the substance that was clearly around in salisbury can get into the workplace. on sunday? get into the workplace. to you. around in salisbury on sunday? -- the benefit systems. benefit systems. by the police this afternoon about the substance. the substance. the action necessary to ensure the public are safe. public are safe. and their children and grandchildren. grandchildren. knowledge to keep litvinenko them completely safe. safe. murder. the russian account been working for the uk. when he was in sure that our children and grandchildren have good air quality? russia. grandchildren have good air quality?
this country who might be possible targets ? this country who might be possible targets? inherited it, and we're taking action to address abolition. action to targets? address abolition. address air pollution. was, which will increase ambiguity on that side as well. on that side as well. thank you very much for your time today. that all action will be taken to keep everybody safe. keep everybody safe. clean—up air transport which we will details in a statement this afternoon. be setting up this year. afternoon. be setting up this year. identify who was responsible for this poisoning. norman, thank you. we will be at pmqs in a few moments, right now the weather. versed in putting together the arguments were better air quality. arguments were better air area. quality.
—— this is in the isle of wight. the orders of the north korean government. here are some aspects of rain in the south—east, clearing away. government. south—east, clearing away. last year when two women smeared his face with nerve agent. face with nerve agent. temperatures up to a roundabout 7-11d. carrying out a prank on a tv show, and are on trial for murder. and are temperatures up to a roundabout 7—11d. 7—11d. setting out the draft guidelines for the future uk eu relationship. on trial for murder. the future uk eu relationship. england and wales, overnight into tomorrow, turning to snow. tomorrow, turning to snow. were frozen in the thames minister on these guidelines which i hope will be discussed in march. hope will be discussed in march. water area. area. not a great deal of snow but be aware of that. european council meeting here in luxembourg with the prime minister. luxembourg with the prime minister. barbie doll head of international women's day this week. i really women's day this aware of that. value advice. week. he's always very constructive and responsible. very constructive and which is designed to honour inspiring women. inspiring women. responsible. they chose her because of her outstanding contribution to box in. outstanding contribution to box in. 6—7d in northern areas, up to 10 celsius further south. she says she is excited to become the first ever boxer barbie. have a good afternoon. want to build a wall between the eu and britain. the first ever boxer and britain. barbie.
we said goodbye to viewers on bbc two, but first he is want to remain friends and partners after brexit. the weather. after it is a dry and find a mostly. brexit. this is a recent photograph from the very first day after the referendum. cornwall. cornwall. referendum. they have said it is pleasant but chilly. propose" operation within pleasant but chilly. the following areas. will enjoy the sunshine —— i this afternoon. afternoon. propose close had some rain in east anglia, but that will drift away. anglia, but that will drift away. cooperation. cooperation. against terrorism and international crime. scotland, and temperature wise we are getting up to around 8—11dc. crime. are getting up to around 8—11dc. uninterrupted cooperation in defence and foreign affairs. heavier showers move into south—west england and wales, then into snow. england and wales, then into snow. and foreign affairs. the security of our citizens which must be preserved beyond brexit. must be preserved beyond and lincolnshire, which could cause disruption. brexit. disruption.
regarding research and innovation, as well as in education and culture. as well as in education many it will be pleasant, with temperatures 7—11dc. 00:30:02,820 --> 613566586:36:15,192 this 613566586:36:15,192 --> 1227133172:42:27,564 is 1227133172:42:27,564 --> 1840699758:48:39,938 bbc 1840699758:48:39,938 --> 2454266344:54:52,311 news, 2454266344:54:52,311 --> 3067832931:01:04,684 our 3067832931:01:04,684 --> 3681399517:07:17,057 latest 3681399517:07:17,057 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 headlines. and culture. areas and for our community values to prosper in future. to prosper in future. flights between the uk and the eu. to do so, we must start discussions on this issue as soon as possible. now coming to the core of our future economic relationship. economic relationship. leave the single market, customs union and the ecj. union and the
ecj. only remaining possible model is a free—trade agreement. free—trade agreement. i hope that it will be ambitious and advanced. will be ambitious and advanced. we will do our best. will do our best. other partners such as canada recently. recently. but anyway, it will only be a trade agreement. be a trade agreement. covering all sectors and with zero tariffs on goods. tariffs on goods. free—trade agreements, it should address services. address services. total access to fishing waters and resources should be maintained. resources should be maintained. the simple fact that because of brexit, we will be drifting apart. brexit, we will be drifting apart.
in history that loosens economic ties instead of strengthening them. ties instead of strengthening them. between the uk and the eu frictionless or smoother. frictionless or smoother. make it more complicated and costly than today. for all of us. this is the essence of brexit. the essence of brexit. open car positive and constructive mind. but also with realism. negotiations must pass two key tests. the test of balance of rights and obligations. and obligations.
rights of norway with the obligations of canada. obligations of canada. the test of integrity of the single market. integrity of the single market. those sectors of the single market is like. is like. the ecj only when it suits their interests. —— zero to accept. approach for a non—member state is out of the question. out of the question. sacrifice these principles, it is simply not in our interest. simply not in our interest. a a few words about another topic of the march summit. the march summit. and the rest of the world including the eu. the eu. president trump has recently said and!
the eu. said and i quote, "trade wars are good and easy to win. good and easy to win. " but the truth is quite the opposite. is quite the opposite. trade wars are bad and easy to lose. are bad and easy to lose. sides of the atlantic to act responsibly. responsibly. leaders have an extraordinary trade debate at the upcoming summit. debate at the upcoming summit. should have a clear objective in mind. to keep world trade alive.
by proportionate responses in accordance with the wto. thank you. adam fleming from the bbc. your guidelines come anywhere close to what she once? to what she once? it harder to deal with issues like this? this? accept a deal like this if it was offered to you? offered to you? —— you were by minister of the country. minister of
will make our position more clear for our partners in london. for our partners in london. think it must be also absolutely clear for all the partners. think it must be also absolutely clearforallthe partners. think it must be also absolutely clear for all the partners. clear for all the partners. respect theresa may's political objective. objective. price, that brexit will be a success and was the right choice. and was the right choice. but sorry, it is not our objective. it is not
our objective. week, i didn't learn that much more than any before. than any before. a framework that we are still in negotiations. negotiations. and for the trust you have in the relations that we have. relations that we have. the solution be, the usa canada model what they want? model what they want? he says that's unacceptable for us. unacceptable for us.
friday, and i will have lunch with theresa may next week in london. theresa may next week in london. for me it is important. me it is important. the moment, it is not clear exactly what they want. what they want. more information out next week when i am in the uk. i am in the uk. big winner of the brexit, i told you before, there will be no winner. not them, not us. neither of us. have red lines, it's not unilateral, to negotiation. to negotiation. it's not that they decide and we accept. decide and we accept. how we negotiate the fact is we are a round table and we have rules. a round table and we have rules. no cherry picking, it is
reality. cherry picking, it is reality. now about business and finances, just that. we would not understand what our citizens want. what our citizens want. movement, freedom of goods and a whole aspect. whole aspect. businesses and how to be more successful in the economy. successful in the economy. comes from a country where they have not the liberty in 1957 we had. not the liberty in 1957 we had. values and sherman writes in some countries. —— human rights in some countries. countries.
of the european union for me, not only business. only business. that we are still one team in this context. context. freedom of trade is better than protectionism —— obvious idea. freedom of trade is better than protectionism -- obvious idea. protectionism -- obvious idea. important also is not to want to punish the uk. we respect the choice. choice. intelligent brexit, but again, there will be no winners.
is it a risk to the solidarity that the eu needs? the eu needs? seven or eight countries where he thinks it is not fair. thinks it is not fair. principle of the eu is not to point out one country against another. out one country against another. countries before then tried to have an exchange on this different topic. an exchange on this different topic.
last four years, we changed so many things in luxembourg. things in luxembourg. luxembourg presidency, we have the exchange. of rulings. the exchange of information. of information. colour you can imagine, in the world. world. now about harmonisation, what is the idea about harmonisation? idea about harmonisation? never a race to get down taxes, never. never. it's always how we will raise taxes up. taxes up. the united states, who are cutting down and down with taxes. down and down with taxes.
decided to move to the united states because they will be more efficient. because they will be more efficient. competitive also as a european union. union. to be alone, now they found seven others to put on that list. —— put my country in a corner. my country in a corner. so wait for the documents and the presentation. presentation. pay per so at least wait to what they really want. —— introduced the paper. paper.
guidelines for a post brexit relationship with the uk. relationship with the uk. one of those was the integrity of the single market. the single market. mix approach to that, he said that would be out of the question. would be out of the question. correspondent chris morris so a leaked copy. copy of his speech — he's here now. some warm words but hard lines as well? well? corporation on defence and terror issues we know all
that. issues we know all that. to do before, that is pretty much all being rebuffed in this document. all being rebuffed in this document. it is the opening gambit in the negotiation but its firm. negotiation but its firm. changes the fact that we are drifting apart. drifting apart. history that loosens tyres rather than strengthening them. than strengthening them. world they being so negative and downbeat? downbeat? but that is how most of the rest of the eu views brexit. the rest of the eu views brexit. a drifting apart and something that will have negative consequences. will have negative consequences.
said that's not our objective, so it them and us? them and us? market, we hear the phrase again and again, pretty much anything else. again, pretty much anything else. the single market is more important for us. for us. countries rather thanjust one in the case of the uk. the case of the uk. must be maintained with eu would but on that. on that. is a pretty basic free—trade agreement. agreement. downbeat about its only a free—trade agreement. he sounded almost melancholy. melancholy. but that's the basis on which they will begin.
which they will begin. discussed earlier, nothing about financial services? financial services? the uk can be members of the certain eu agency. eu agency. the chemical agency, medical agency. it says you can't do that. that. philip allen, except a difficult time for him to follow? —— by philip hammond. -- by philip hammond. was supposed to be the eu— us free trade agreement dti p. trade agreement dti p. it didn't succeed, it broke down because they didn't agree.
because they didn't agree. financial services in a future free—trade agreement. free—trade agreement. will make his case this afternoon but there's a mountain climb. but there's a mountain climb. thank you for that. you for that. say for you throughout the day on the bbc news channel. of a former spy and his daughter in salisbury. and his daughter yulia critically ill in hospital. she added more information would be published by police later today. about the terrible events that took place in salisbury. people who are still in hospital. this is likely to be a lengthily and ongoing process.
action perhaps by russia? attacked, sorry? domain at the moment. and finding out more about him will be part of it. and is he a british citizen? as i say, there is lot of evidence in the public about that. of the substance that was clearly around in salisbury on sunday? afternoon about the substance. the public are safe. and wherewithal and knowledge to keep them completely safe. been working for the uk when he was in russia. russians in this country who might be possible targets?
that all action will be taken to keep everybody safe. amber rudd speaking after the cobra meeting this morning. on westminster bridge. to live at home with his family. the show‘s history. daniella relph has the story. thursday 23 march. the morning after the westminster bridge attack. some of them suffering what has been described as catastrophic injuries. constable kris aves. critically injured as he walked across the bridge.
for much of the past year he's been in stoke mandeville hospital. in a wheelchair. to his partner and two young children. it makes me sad when i think forward. session with them. i won't be able to stand up and kick a football with them. from you and it's not fair. the kids ask a lot of questions about stuff, "why did daddy get hit? was he not looking when he crossed the road? things like that, it's quite hard to answer. at the end of last year the diy sos team stepped in. this is diy sos! they took the family's
north london home and transformed it. they asked volunteers to help. the programme had never had such an enormous response. to kris had a massive effect on the family. we had exclusive access to the build and the team's work. doorways were widened, allowing access for kris's wheelchair. in the kitchen, surfaces were lowered and space made to cook. can move between floors. in the garden, a complete redesign. all to ensure that there is space to play with his son and daughter. properly together again.
and depended totally on the generosity of others. do you need a toilet, do you need a decorator? and notjust builders. cake. every day we get cake delivered. cake is crucial! that's how it works, cake and tea. life was so changed by events of almost a year ago. daniela relph, bbc news, north london. products look like tonight on bbc 0ne. 0ne.
in the uk for 25 years has been emerged from its ten. at the royal zoological society of scotland's highland wildlife park. bear breeding programme. at flamingo land in yorkshire in 1992. in a moment, the news at one with jane hill. from one of our weather watchers who's been out this morning. who's been out this morning. springlike today, a few showers of course. course. of the afternoon, sunny spells and showers, rain further south. of the afternoon, sunny spells and showers, rainfurthersouth. showers, rainfurthersouth.
north, —— chilly in the north, maxing at 9—10d in the south. maxing at 9—10d in the south. cloud up with outbreaks of rain in the far south—west. the far south—west. particularly where you have sunshine. sunshine. rain, but also pulling in milder air from france. from france. move northwards, it looks like northern areas. northern areas. snow in the north, and mild conditions in the south.