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because of its hit because of its geographical proximity to the uk. they are very concerned about that. obviously we have not reached that point yet. reminiscent of emmanuel macron another french leaders who have pledged to roll out the red carpeted british businesses who want to go over there is now saying there are plenty other british firms that are planning to move. officialfigures say 42 countries have already relocated from the uk to the netherlands there are another 250 that are close to a move which is not good news for the british economy but he seems quite happy about. henry, if you are having concerns as a business leader or ceo or cfo or whatever in the uk and you are thinking, how are we going to get a ccess are thinking, how are we going to get access for the uk to the european market? it isjust get access for the uk to the european market? it is just across the water and they speak fantastic english, the food is great and they are english, the food is great and they a re lovely english, the food is great and they are lovely people. why not? i would not say anything bad about the
netherlands. there are disadvantages to moving company. employees are settled in the uk. the city of london in the uk has historic and cultural advantages. one interesting element in the story is taking the uk to the cliff edge of no—deal brexit can in some cases be as bad as going over the cliff edge. it may well be the case. pippa and i was saying no—deal brexit is very much possible with the uk leaving the eu on march the 29th without a deal. it is unlikely but if you are a prudent business, small, medium or large when you see the uk is leaving the a matter of days really, you have to ta ke matter of days really, you have to take the steps to prepare even if you think it is unlikely. when you do that it is almost as if no—deal brexit have happened anyway. that is the point about the story. i was talking to a small business owner tonight. they make high protein energy bars. a lot of their national
ingredients come from the european union. she is a small business. they do not employ more than 50 people, something like that. she was saying small businesses that has now beginning to panic. you had nissan and board, the cbi talking about the bigger businesses or being worried two years ago, 18 months ago, now it is the smaller firms she says she is spending tens of thousands of pounds stockpile in which she does not know the direction of travel. as henry was saying, if no deal could happen, even though it is not a certainty, you have to be ready, haven't you? the big companies have the financial wherewithal and experts on hand to be able to prepare themselves sufficiently those that feel so have the capacity to have a financial buffer should they need it. smaller firms do not have that and many have not prepared in advance that they
may not be members of trade organisations. there is a plethora of output from the department of business and the government telling them what they should do next. it is difficult to plan when you do not know what the outcome is. many firms, think this friday seems a bit ofa firms, think this friday seems a bit of a deadline. the business secretary was suggesting, for importing and exporting to the far east. firms which are putting their goods on a ship to singapore do not know what the customs regime, the tariff regime, will be when they get there. it is pretty much six weeks. it works the other way as well. senior diplomats were talking to us earlier this week and they say goods from australia and new zealand are facing the same issues and they are not sending them because they do not know what they're going to find when they get here. let's move the times and a fascinating story. front—page
headlines, bring me home. the former schoolgirl who fled to join ices in a refugee camp. —— isis. schoolgirl who fled to join ices in a refugee camp. -- isis. anthony lloyd is in northern syria for the times. lots people will remember the astonishing story of the schoolgirls from that build green who left the uk tojoin from that build green who left the uk to join isis from that build green who left the uk tojoin isis in from that build green who left the uk to join isis in 2015. from that build green who left the uk tojoin isis in 2015. one of them has been found. she is pregnant with her third child, nine months pregnant. her previous two children died. she says she was to come back to the uk. she is totally under morsel about her decision to leave the uk in 2015 in the first place. a very clea n the uk in 2015 in the first place. a very clean comment she says. i do not regret coming here. seeing her first severed head in a bin did not faze me at all. she said she had the
live she wanted. it is an extra big of someone who fled to join isis in harrowing words. it is a problem for the government and the security services. there are hundreds of returning fighters they do not have the ability to monitor everybody. naked face years injail. —— they could face that she has been found ina could face that she has been found in a refugee camp in the region. others will make their own way back to the uk and are very difficult to track. this has been highlighted today. there are suggestions anyone returning from syria needs to be questioned by authorities on their return. it is difficult to assess the scale of threat. this girl is unrepentant but does that mean she would be a risk to the british public? who knows? she is pregnant
with her third child. she had two children that died. that is right. she said she thinks the other schoolgirls who went over with her are alive but she does not know. we're going to hear a lot more over the coming days over how the government... whether the government plans to let her come and how they will treat her should she come back to the uk. all right. 0k. the great front—page lead for the times. interesting on the front of the daily mail as well. where is it? at the bottom. outrage as mcdonnell brands churchill villain. this is potentially the chancellor of the exchequer in some future labour government branding a national hero in some peoples churchill, a villain. he sure knows how to grab the headlines. for a
villain. he sure knows how to grab the headlines. fora bit villain. he sure knows how to grab the headlines. for a bit of context and he was at an event held by politico tonight. at the end of a fairly long exchange on brexit and other matters of domestic policy was givena quick other matters of domestic policy was given a quick by around. politicians hate them for that to prefer this tv programme or that tv programme? is churchill hero or villain? straight off the mark, presumably instinctive, john mcdonnell said he was a villain. tony pandy. he sent troops to quell riots. that has become part of the history of the labour movement in the south wales valleys and he has never been thought particularly highly there. while i admire john mcdonnell for most of the time speaking his mind roughing it is really refreshing that he does not shy away from sharing his opinions, you would
think that someone might churchill, you might have been able to have come up with a more balanced answer. ido come up with a more balanced answer. i do not think anybody would criticise him for saying he is a bit of both. there was deliberately —— gallipoli and suggestions he knew about them bombing raids beforehand. these views now are clearly incredibly outdated and wrong. nevertheless he has some unpopular and divisive views. he was also the marl and divisive views. he was also the man who stood up to appeasing hitler and two goes through, as a country, through the war. we know how the brits feel about the second world war. he led us. there is a great deal of national affection for him as well as recognising it is a bit ofa as well as recognising it is a bit of a mixed as well as recognising it is a bit ofa mixed bag. as well as recognising it is a bit of a mixed bag. he was he talking to? here is an astute politician. but the says this was instinctive.
—— he is. clearly this is going to go down well with a large section of the younger members of the labour party, those who were in momentum and propelling the party forward at the moment. it is a really good example, a really good way of illustrating the slightly uneasy coalition in the labour party. you have more traditional perhaps labour voters, more traditionally patriotically the voters. as you say, generally older, who will see winston churchill as a hero of their lifetimes. you have people on the other side he very much do not see it that way. in advance of the 2017 general election it was broadly the people who see churchill is a hero theresa may was banking on. looking at mcdonnell and jeremy corbyn saying, i do not like their sense of
this country and i am not going to vote labour, i'm going to vote conservative for the first time you had the labour voters who think what john mcdonnell said some items from the labour voters who thought wasjohn mcdonnell said was john mcdonnell said today was right, both voting labour ultimately for that they'll be very diverging responses to this within the labour coalition. ultimately, willthis responses to this within the labour coalition. ultimately, will this be an issue at the next general election? it right goes back to the very early david cameron comment on jeremy corbyn. my mother would say to you, put a shirt on, do your tie up to you, put a shirt on, do your tie up and sing the national anthem. this is that these as to what david cameron was getting at. finally, briefly. can we go to the telegraph? mouldyjam. briefly. can we go to the telegraph? mouldy jam. this is an issue that got a nation talking. theresa may's admission to her cabinet yesterday that she scraped the mould of the
top of the jam before she spread on her toes. gait has divided the country apparently. i do it. henry was saying, i keep myjam in the fridge so it has never gone mouldy. i have never seen mould onjam. my favourite thing about this story is two years ago, to reason me to donald trump is chart ofjam as a present. i wonder what he did with it. -- a present. i wonder what he did with it. —— ajarofjam. present. i wonder what he did with it. -- ajar ofjam. we present. i wonder what he did with it. -- a jar ofjam. we will be present. i wonder what he did with it. -- ajar ofjam. we will be back at 11:30pm to do it all again. thank you for watching. goodbye. temperatures are continuing to rise
day by day. 1a celsius in kinloss in scotland. the reason for high pressure on the western side of the continent is the southerly winds all the way south from the canaries via spain and portugal. that is why we have the warmth to the air. overnight weather fronts will continue to affect the north—west of uk bringing outbreaks of light and patchy rain. the further south and east you are, it will be breezy across the north west. temperatures will take a bit of a tumble. a few patches of frost around, with maybe some mist and fog as well. under the cloud and breathes it will stay mild. on thursday high pressure still dominating the weather, bringing dry up from the near continent. that will push the weather fronts further out into the atla ntic weather fronts further out into the atlantic away from scotland and northern ireland and break up more of the cloud. tomorrow it is a widespread sunny day and it will be very mild with temperatures
responding to the sunshine from the starting of chile across central, southern and eastern parts of the country for. the cloud across scotla nd country for. the cloud across scotland and northern ireland should melt away. some of it will be stubborn. many parts will see the sunshine, widespread sunshine for england and wales. high temperatures the low teens celsius. high pressure still with us as we head on into friday. the weather fronts still with us as we head on into friday. the weatherfronts in still with us as we head on into friday. the weather fronts in the atla ntic friday. the weather fronts in the atlantic trying to push back in again. it will also be fairly breezy. quite a breezy day across the uk generally. there will be lots of sunshine around and the cloud will tend to increase for the western side of scotland and northern ireland later on in the day. in the east of scotland, most of england and wales, it should stay sunny. temperatures up to 1a degrees, perhaps 16 celsius in one or two favoured locations. into the weekend we hold on to high—pressure
bringing south to south—westerly winds. a bit more cloud across the western side of the country. further east we should see the best of the sunshine to them next week high—pressure is still dominating, staying largely settled and still mild. this is bbc news, i'm clive myrie. the headlines at 11pm: a schoolgirl from london, who travelled to syria to join the islamic state group, says she now wants to return to the uk because she's pregnant. iam i am scared that this baby is going to get sick in this camp, that is why i really want to get back, because i know it will be taken care of. a suspect‘s arrested on suspicion of murder after the deaths of three men in their 80s in exeter. two of the victims are thought to be twins. inflation has fallen to 1.8%, its lowest level for two years. the 100—year—old survivor of a nazi war camp who died days after a drug addict tried to steal her handbag.