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calls for the transport secretary to resign, as hundreds more trains are cancelled and another emergency timetable is announced. an update on the market numbers for you, here's how london's and frankfurt ended the day. and in the the united states this is how the dow and the nasdaq are getting on. now it's time for our weekly round—up of audience reaction to bbc news. here's samira ahmed with newswatch. hello and welcome to news watch. later on this week's round—up reactions to bbc news coverage, the world's media fall victim to a prime example of a news as a russian journalist turns out not to be murdered after all. and why there
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was no mention of the arrest and jailing of this man, although hundreds of thousands of people knew about it. first, the political turmoil in italy occupied plenty of airtime this week. with the struggles to form a government, three months after a general election. that elections a success for what has been called the anti—establishment by star movement and the league, normally described asa and the league, normally described as a right—wing party. but those two coalition partners have also been widely characterised across bbc news it with a term proved controversial among some viewers. hoosier at her —— here is your editor, describing the concern of the viewers. they wa nt the concern of the viewers. they want those changes they have been promised to the president tried to boat boys and an unelected government threatening the same old, same old putting a lid on things that did not go down well, they were fresh elections it would explode into even more support for the
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populist. john content is this week with the following question. could you explain what exactly the press and bbc mean by that term populist? well, we sought an answer to that from bbc news and they told us, the word populace can be used in many contacts and can sometimes be misused or considered a political slight the general definition and use of the term for dosh refers to a politician who seeks to appeal to ordinary people who feel their concerns are disregarded by established elite groups. this is usually embodied by standing in opposition to current system, for
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example the 5—star muted in italy, describe themselves as populace is donein describe themselves as populace is done in opposition to the eu. we do not use the term to be but instead try to position a political party movement within traditional politics. semantics are also at the heart of some of the feedback we received this week, the subject matter this time, the debate on the republic of ireland around the referendum and overturning the ban on abortion, in particular a phrase used your bike a reporter on reporting from the spots to the boat. the dup leaders said her party will keep the pro—life position and that the referendum on friday in the south will have no impact on the lot here. one user was prompted to pose this question. i wonder is pro—life campaigners appropriate? i never met anyone who is anti—life, isn't eve ryo ne anyone who is anti—life, isn't everyone pro—life meaning this description is morally weighted? is it not more appropriate description
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anti—abortionists or anti—choice campaigners? other user markham —— concerned with the weight bbc news move the story on from the boat on sunday in the republic of ireland. and belfast today a sense that debate moves here, northern ireland remains the only part of the uk where abortion is illegal unless it's a risk to woman's life. wu i would love to see a referendum appear, again, it'll probably never happen, but hopefully it'll start a bit of a conversation going. happen, but hopefully it'll start a bit of a conversation goinglj happen, but hopefully it'll start a bit of a conversation going. i would like to see it appear i don't know if it'll happen. grace run as were her thoughts. i feel... if it'll happen. grace run as were her thoughts. ifeel... it if it'll happen. grace run as were her thoughts. i feel... it was compounded so much by the coverage following day, throughout sunday night and most of monday, but
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suppose it calls for abortion laws to be changed than in northern ireland. it seemed bizarre to me that you would have a news report about that as those some significant number of public statements have been made by significant figures. it wasn't news, it wasn't a new story. what you were doing was to create more what you were doing was to create m o re co ntrove i’sy what you were doing was to create more controversy and hurt. the bank holiday weekend also saw an event imported enough to that news that one, it featured on the headlines and friday, the vessel music called the biggest weekend. built as a massive celebration of live music, it's being station for nations across four days, our entertainment correspondentjoins me, what's happening in belfast? well, the
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first act came on stage just under half an hour ago. took a copy huge event spanning four days and poorer nations. it has taken months and months of effort from hundreds of people and of course the most crucially interviewers are hereto, not the passion of millions of fans across the uk. but kate questioned the intention given to the biggest weekend on bbc news, saying this is purely an advertisement and not news. and tony francis agreed. news? no, stop promoting your and programmes on the news. please let us programmes on the news. please let us know what you think about the subject we are raising on the programme or tell us your views on any other aspect of bbc news. stay tuned for details of how to contact us. now it has been a challenging week for journalist and one us. now it has been a challenging week forjournalist and one which a murder was reported a turnout not to have taken place and in arrest of with lots of people knew about, but
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wasn't reported at all for four days, the murder that never was with that of arkady babchenko. that's his apartment blocking his up... is why globally she was in a bathroom when she heard gunfire, she found her husband lying in a pool of his own but. he was shot in the back and died in the abbey was acute moments later. the problem was that arkady babchenko turned out to be not dead after a ll babchenko turned out to be not dead after all but a participant in a sting operation set up by ukrainian security service is intended to foil what they said was a russian assassination plot. sarah louise alice thought there would be egg on the faces of bbc news after falsely announcing the murder of a journalist in ukraine, which was actually a sting operation. but if that was a prime example of fake news, it was a case of note is that concern hundreds of you earlier this
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week. last friday, the former english defence league leader, tommy robinson, was and jailed for potentially prejudicing a court case. he was broadcasting on social media where trial is taking place, and a judge found him guilty of co nte m pt of and a judge found him guilty of contempt of court. over a quarter million people viewed his footage and many were bemused but there was no mention of it on mainstream media, or ofa no mention of it on mainstream media, or of a protest against his jailing over the weekend. james wondered on monday, why has the arrest and imprisonment of political activist tommy robinson not being reported anywhere bbc? the grounds of his arrest are clearly questionable, and there is huge support for him including an online petition that has now reached over 300,000. it should be a big story. the fact that you choose to ignore it is very worrying indeed, please can someone explain this? silence was because the judge can someone explain this? silence was because thejudge had ordered a temporary media blackout, fearing that reports of robinson's
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conviction could influence the jury in the very case he had broadcasted about on facebook. the media challenge the band was was lifted on tuesday, allowing the strange tale to be told. bbc news explains. where reporting her sections are in place, we follow them to ensure a fair trial and to avoid being in contempt of court, in this case, the bbc reported the arrest and sentencing ofa reported the arrest and sentencing of a tommy robinson once those reporting restrictions were lifted. thejudge had reporting restrictions were lifted. the judge had impose reporting restrictions were lifted. thejudge had impose the restrictions in order to safeguard an ongoing trial. also on tuesday, bbc news brought to sister introduced here on the news that six by tina. youtube says it's deleted more than half the music videos which a police claim are responsible for fuelling a which a police claim are responsible forfuelling a surge in which a police claim are responsible for fuelling a surge in violent crime across london. the metropolitan police commissioner says the clips featuring drill music include lyrics the anchorage knife attacks. the problem in the eyes of some members in the audience isn't
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articulated here. the police ask you to re m ove articulated here. the police ask you to remove videos which they believe anchorage gang violence. what do we see on every news bulletin on the 29th of may? clips of those videos, shame on you bbc i am disgusted. the same day, bbc news told us that medical staff who treated the former russian spy and his daughter, did not expect the pair to survive. here is read, with news that one. in interviews with the newsnight programme, the staff said that at first they thought the pair suffered a drugs overdose. mark reports. it's before 5pm on the 4th of march. we we re before 5pm on the 4th of march. we were told there were two patients in the emergency department who were critically unwell and it would be coming up to the unit. sarah clamp e—mailed us to say, headline news
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this morning and second only billing at lunchtime because of the shooting and belgium is the nerve agent story about how medics did not think they would survive, that is not really news at this point. more than two months after the event, is it? following a good few minutes of snapshots of the newsnight broadcast, there was an interview with the reporter responsible and until the outcome of the poll investigation this seems like the facial isn't to keep the story going a bit longer, perhaps we should leave it now until something actually happens. finally, we're used to seeing the main newsroom here at the broadcasting us in the background of the broadcasts. on occasion the staff behind the presenter cashmore of the audience attention on what's going on in the studio, and that was the case this week forjohnjacob studio, and that was the case this week forjohn jacob hussen studio, and that was the case this week forjohnjacob hussen is this screen grab with the message, can someone have a quiet word with the security chap guarding the bbc newsroom in london? it might be that he needs a break. thank you for your comments this week. if you want to share your opinion on bbc news or
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appear on the programme, call us. or e—mail us. you can find this on social media and have a look at our website where you can catch up with previous discussions we have recorded. that's all from us, we will be back to hear your thoughts about bbc news coverage again next week, goodbye. hello, two distinct sides for the weather, some blue skies and sunshine for others and storm clouds have been gathering brothers. thunderstorms will continue in places tonight and tomorrow morning, with the risk of letting and travel disruption. you can see the showers tonight scattered by where they come up, can be on the heavy side fading away tomorrow morning, lots of missed and low cloud on what will be
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be another monday night. tomorrow, a great start for many, but across the south thinks are brightened up quite nicely with sunshine but however for east anglia and northern england and scotla nd east anglia and northern england and scotland and ireland, scattering of heavy thundery downpour which again could cause travel problems and flash flooding, a warm day for many. into sunday, a lot of cloud across the north, not as many showers at the north, not as many showers at the stage, but some will be further south and nice—looking day long spells of sunshine and feeling very warm with top temperatures of around 25 degrees. this is bbc world news today. our top stories. it's back on. after a top north korean official delivers a and president trump as the singapore summit what happened. president trump as the singapore summit what happenedlj president trump as the singapore summit what happened. i think we will have a relationship and it will start on june 12. italy has a new prime minister. giuseppe conte is finally sworn
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in by the president. but in spain, it's goodbye. prime minister mariano rajoy is forced from office by a vote of no—confidence. caught in the crossfire of a trade war? the eu plans to raise duty on harley—davidson motorbikes and other goods unless us withdraws tariffs on steel. it is very unfortunate if we get into this tit—for—tat position, especially with one of our closest
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