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hello, you're watching is to match hello, you're watching afternoon live. this is bbc news — today at five: the new independent who there so many of the cuts, afternoon live. i'm shaun ley. our latest headlines. group in the house of commons certainly my county, i'm shaun ley. today at apm. more defections over brexit — is joined by three conservative nottinghamshire, finds it, which is today at 3pm. this time three conservative mp5, all highly critical of run by tories, and is very mp5 leave their party — this is bbc news — the government's handling of brexit. competent, finds itself in a our latest headlines. more defections over brexit — more defections over brexit — more defections over brexit, this time, conservative this time conservative this time, three conservative mp5 accusing it of moving to the right position they were if it does not mp5 leave their party, mp5 leave their party — leave their party, accusing it the three left the conservative get more money it will go into a benches and were welcomed dangerous deficit. accusing it of moving to the right. of moving to the right. to their new seats by accusing it of moving to the right when we allowed a cabinet minister the former labour mp5 on the other side of the commons. when we allowed a cabinet minister when we allowed a cabinet minister to say f business, and we have a when we allowed a cabinet minister to say f business, and a prime to say f business, prime minister bullied into to say f business, and we have a and we have a prime minister bullied submission by the erg, and is now and at a news conference, minister bullied into submission by into submission by the erg they urged like—minded mp5 the erg and is now dragging the prime minister bullied into and is now dragging the country dragging the country and parliament submission by the erg and is now kicking and screaming to the edge of to join the new grouping. we are knowingly and deliberately country and parliament kicking and and parliament kicking and screaming ano screaming to the edge of a no—deal dragging the country and the kicking and screaming to the edge of a no deal abyss, kicking and screaming to the edge of a no dealabyss, i'm kicking and screaming to the edge of you win in politics sending ourselves back into an parliament kicking and screaming to to the edge of a no—deal a no deal abyss, i'm done. when you are with a team economic downturn, you are depriving at this, i'm done. the edge of a no deal abyss, i'm anna soubry, sarah wollaston abyss, i'm done. and in that team with shared anna soubry, sarah wollaston us economic downturn, you are depriving us of the opportunity to make anna soubry, sarah wollaston values and principles. and heidi allen sat done. heidi allen, along with anna and i believe mine with the independent group of mp5 and heidi allen sat and heidi allen sat are no longer welcome progress, so it is extraordinary soubry and sarah wollaston, in the conservative party. at prime minister's questions. with the independent group of mp5 that any conservative government would even contemplate that. who has the tory deputy chairman only learnt of their decision at prime minister's questions. with the independent group of mp5 during the day, theresa may during a live broadcast. at prime minister's questions. left to go to brussels sat wollaston, with the tory deputy chairman only the tory deputy chairman only to seek more concessions the independent group of mp5 learnt of their decision at prime minister's questions. during a live broadcast. learnt of their decision got the microphone? you said the tory deputy chairman only during a live broadcast. from the eu on the brexit deal. learnt of their decision during a live broadcast. what is your reaction? what is your reaction? obviously, it we'll have the details and reaction. what is your reaction? obviously, it what is your reaction? well, it is yourself earlier that you cannot is disappointing, it is very sad and obviously, it is disappointing, obviously disappointing, it is very the other main stories change the arithmetic and is disappointing, it is very sad and sad and disappointing. on bbc news at 5: parliament. so what can you actually disappointing. disappointing. joan ryan becomes the eighth joan ryan becomes the eighth mp to quit labour — joan ryan becomes the eighth mp to quit labour — it is very sad and disappointing. change? i think what i said the and joins the new independent and joins the new independent mp to quit labour and joins the new independent group in parliament. group in parliament. joan ryan becomes the eighth labour
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arithmetic will not change because group in parliament. mp to quit and joins we have left the tory party and we the family of the uk teenager the new independent group in parliament the family of the uk teenager will still vote on the way we would the last stronghold the family of the uk teenager of the so—called islamic state who left to join is in syria who left to join is in syria a lwa ys will still vote on the way we would in syria is falling. say they will challenge who left to join i—s in syria say say they will challenge always vote on brexit. i am hoping the government's decision the government's decision the village of baghouz was all to revoke her british citizenship. they will challenge the government's to revoke her british citizenship. that this will concentrate minds of and coming up — back to the beach. decision to revoke her british citizenship. that was left of the caliphate. how marine life is recovering at the thai tourist location made collea g u es that this will concentrate minds of colleagues in the conservative party that we know share our concerns and the family of the uk teenager famous by hollywood. coming up on afternoon live, who left to join is in syria says values and principles and are they will challenge the government's we will be live later at london's o2 decision to revoke her all the sport, that's with damien. unhappy about the direction of travel. the other thing i would say british citizenship. arena where some of british music's coming up on afternoon live, sport now on afternoon england make an early breakthrough biggest stars i had to ring ahead of is this. i also hope it gives live with damian. all the sport with hugh ferris. in the first one—day international courage to members of the government night brit awards. so manchester city still on course against the west indies in who are deeply concerned about this the england cricketers have one eye for a quartet of trophies — preparation for the summer world sport now on afternoon on the world cup which starts in can we expect a struggling german cup. no deal becoming a real possibility, may, they get under way in the live with damian. side to stop them later? and it will give them the courage one—day series against the west we have been talking all afternoon, next week to do what some of them indies which will provide vital well, we will see a bit later on. important stuff about what happens should have done a long time ago and practice ahead of some comic news of be true to what they believe and, if city will be overwhelming favourites and the weather. this was chester a to manchester with this matchup their progress, later. and all the to go through to the quarterfinals against a german team, how is it they need to leave government and against schalke in the first leg. it looking? city will be overwhelming vote against the party line on is tonight in germany. schalke short while ago, cloudy, damp and brexit, they have got to do it tech —— and all the weather. finished second in the bundesliga favourites to go through to the because if we have got the courage last year but as you suggest they grey. but could there be a little quarterfinals against schalke. the to do this, they should come and have struggled for form this season. bit of caribbean warmth heading first leg of which is tonight in believe it or not, there could be city's manager has urged his side to germany. shaukat finished second in follow that, see it, grasp it, do some caribbean warmth heading our focus on themselves rather than the way, i'll tell you why, in the next the bundesliga last year but have opposition. we want to go through, struggled for form this season. the right thing by the country and half—an—hour. start putting the national interest city's manager has urged his side to we have to have incredible
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personality and charisma for focus on themselves rather than the first. i do not know your name at ourselves to play in the bigger opposition. we want to go through, hello, this is afternoon live. stages like champions league the front. i am hopeless at names. deutschland, schalke, to do it. that you have to have a huge incredible is what we have to try to do. but we personality and charisma for what is your personal message to the are confident. we arrive with many ourselves to play in the bigger stages like the champions league three conservative mp5 have resigned hello, everyone, this from the party over brexit deutschland, schalke, to do it. that prime minister? you have written her and what they call the tories' shift is what we have to try to do, but we is afternoon live. dreams in our heads to do a good a letter. you are aware of the three conservative mp5 have resigned to the right. are confident. we arrive with many from the party over brexit and what they call the tories' shift competition. from newport to the political challenges that she faces. anna soubry, sarah wollaston to the right. and heidi allen will all now sit many of you apart from on the issue champions league, that is pep dreams in our heads to do a good brexit have been very sympathetic anna soubry, sarah wollaston guardiola. the english cricket team with the new independent group, with her. what do you say to her as made up of eight former labour mp5, competition. the thoughts of pep and heidi allen will all now sit enjoying a bit over our and after those shenanigans in st lucia. who left their party this week. guardiola, a real gear change for manchester city going from the a fellow parliamentarian and mp and with the new independent group made everything gearing up for a world up of eight former labour mp5 heidi allen said the prime minister bubbly pitch on newport to the conservative, although you are now who left their party this week. cup win potentially? that's right, had been "bullied into submission" heights of the champions league, how they are playing the one—day series by hardline brexiteers, will they adjust? we are going from former conservatives, facing the heidi allen said the prime minister against the west indies now, they and anna soubry urged challenge see faces? do not take us had been "bullied into submission" won the toss and are batting on the cabinet ministers worried about the prospect of a no—deal the end of test cricket into world over the cliff, reach out to the by hardline brexiteers, first day of that series against brexit to have the courage to leave and anna soubry urged cup territory, happier prospect moderates on the left in your party the government and join them. ahead for the england team, do you cabinet ministers worried or you will lose those two. anybody about the prospect of a no—deal england in barbados. an important a warning that this report brexit to have the courage to leave think? they are ranked number one in the government and join them. reaching post to that world cup in from our political correspondent the summer. the home side are nick eardley does contain our political correspondent, the world, they are playing the west currently 37 for no loss up as it indies, who won the toss and are else? is it 65%? two thirds of us stands. campbell and former test some flashing images. batting in the first one day nick eardley reports. international against england in captain chris gayle still at the this might look fairly normal, barbados. it is an important staging post on route to that world cup in are women. that says a lot.” wicket. you can follow the whole but it's a big deal here. this might look fairly normal, but it's a big deal here. series on the bbc website. the these three should turn left, the summer. let's look at how things these three should turn but turning right shows left, but turning right are going, the home side are 113—1,
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shows they have just resigned from they have just resigned else? is it 65%? two thirds of us are women. that says a lot. i have got one question. you mentioned from the conservative party, the conservative party, taking their taking their seats in chris woakes took the wicket ofjohn seats in a new political home, campbell, who looked pretty set for entry is on. who are these people, anna soubry, sarah wollaston deadline for cardiff city to make 13 runs. if and just a reminder you a new political home, where are they coming from and how and heidi allen taking their seats the first instalment of the transfer with the many of them are there? and how independent group. anna soubry, sarah fee for emiliano sala has been wollaston and heidi allen close do you think tory colleagues extended for another week. with the independent group. are tojoining it feels different can 13 runs. if and just a reminder you ca n follow close do you think tory colleagues it feels different on these benches 13 runs. if and just a reminder you can follow the whole odi series via are to joining you? i think the on these benches today. the bbc website and after each day's question is best answered by sarah. play, you can download the test today. politics at westminster is so often trybull. match special podcast. england's the argentine striker died there are signs of shifting sands. you can see for yourselves the very there are signs of shifting sands. when a piper malibu plane — piloted by david ibbotson, in brexit britain, who remains missing — crashed aggressive and well funded social in brexit britain, they have become into the english channel last month. they have become allies. women's side go up against india in media campaign that has been raged french club nantes sent a letter the three former tories said it 31—day internationals beginning on against many of us, describing us as allies. the three former allies said to the premier league club on february the 5th requesting wasn't an easy decision friday, the start of a tour of the it wasn't an easy decision but they feel no longer the party represents the first of three but they feel no longer south continent that also includes payments within ten days. traitors, all sorts of language. the cardiff are withholding payment the party represents them. three t205 and a series against sri him. the right wing, the hardline, while they seek clarification trouble is that that kind of on details of the accident the right wing, the hardline, language has consequences, not only and want to wait until crash investigations are complete. anti—eu awkward squad that has things got heated between british anti—eu awkward squad that has lanka. england opener amyjones says boxer anthonyjoshua destroyed every leader for the last and his american challenger destroyed every leader for the last jarrell miller during a news 40 years, are now running the with the threats we receive, a daily ao destroyed every leader for the last conference at madison square garden. the squad are not being complacent. 40 years, are now running the conservative party from top to toe. conservative party from top to toe. joshua will fight in the u.s. huge of threatening calls that our for the first time when he i guess you can take confidence from defends his three world staff have to deal with. it is ican no conservative party from top to toe. i can no longer represent a titles against miller. previous games and obviously it was the pair face each other for real i can no longer represent horrible. but it does mean our government and party that can't open a big one, so everyone was obviously their eyes to the suffering enjoyed a government and a party who can't associations are changing. as i said open their eyes to the suffering very confident on the back of that, by the most vulnerable. suffering we in new york on the 1st ofjune. endured by the most vulnerable. about my colleagues in parliament, i suffering we have deepened whilst but playing in india is always have deepened whilst having the have many friends in my local power to fix. if i wouldn't stand to having the power to fix. association, and none of this is a challenging and we have never won a
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if i wouldn't stand to be series out here so we are very miller can't punch, he ain't got a conservative mp, if i wouldn't reflection on the executive of my bea that much of a good work rate. i've challenging and we have never won a series out here so we are very aware of that, but equally, our prep has power to fix. if i wouldn't stand to be a conservative mp, if i wouldn't encourage others to vote association. i have many friends, been brilliant, and all the girls encourage others to vote done my stats and facts, i can throw conservative in a general election, but it is very clear to me that our conservative in a general election, more output punches than miller. he then how can i possibly continue are feeling pretty confident and associations are changing and how can i possibly continue with the looking forward to it. the deadline increasingly we are having people with the conservative whip? is an ex kick boxer, he ain't done for cardiff city to make the first conservative whip? the deputy who are clearly ukip members who are nothing as a fighter, in the the deputy chairman chairman james clever was amateurs or as a professional, and instalment of a £15 million transfer changing the associations and he is coming up against a true james cleverly was told conservative whip? the deputy chairmanjames clever was told the resignations of life on earth. all fee from emiliano sala has been of the resignations of life on air. extended for another week. turning the tory party blue. fighter, so we will see what happens, that's why i don't think he changing the associations and turning the tory party bluem changing the associations and turning the tory party blue. if you go the leave eu facebook page, you can beat me on his worst day. resigned from the conservative those 3—3 resigned from the will see the name and shape of party, your reaction? obviously, it conservative party, your reaction? terms have been agreed the argentine striker died for britain's anthony crolla obviously, it is disappointing, when a piper malibu plane — traitors, nicholas soames, then you is disappointing, very sad and to fight vasyl lomachenko very sad and disappointing. this began on monday when seven in los angeles in april. piloted by david ibbotson, will see the join the conservative disappointing. this began on monday it will be crolla's who remains missing — crashed into the english channel last month. when seven labour mp5 quit their first bout in the us. french club nantes sent a letter party to deselect then they name the lomachenko will be defending his labour mp5 quit their party. party. they have beenjoined by an unified lightweight world title. to the premier league club people, contact us and we will help the ukrainian has won the world on february the 5th requesting crown at featherweight, the first of three you join people, contact us and we will help youjoin in people, contact us and we will help eighth, joan ryan, there one is more super—featherweight and lightweight, they have now been payments within ten days. you join in order notjust to as well as two gold olympic medals. joined by an eighth, cardiff are withholding payment promoter eddie hearn says crolla joan ryan, there warnings while they seek clarification could follow. more could follow. on details of the accident deselect members of parliament but ican no "is ready" for his chance. i can no longer ask people to vote and want to wait until crash also to take part in what they could follow. i can no longer ask people to vote richard kilty has been giving a special invite forjeremy corbyn to be investigations are complete. forjeremy corbyn to be prime to the european indoors in glasgow terms have been agreed believe would be in some three or despite not being selected prime minister of this country for britain's anthony crolla minister of this country because i by british athletics on sunday. because i don't believe he is fit to fight vasyl lomachenko six months or whatever the don't believe he is fit to be prime kitly — who won the 60m to be prime minister. in los angeles in april. leadership election for a new title in 2017 - it will be crolla's the resignations were first bout in the us. leader. this is the most blatant failed to meet the qualifying time lomachenko will be defending his minister. the resignations were an elephant in set by british athletics an elephant in the room unified lightweight world title. at the weekend. the ukrainian has won the world undermining of democracy that i the room at prime minister's the former world indoor champion crown at featherweight, is currently recovering from serious at prime minister's questions, super—featherweight and lightweight, two leaders facing accusations as well as two gold olympic medals. actually... it has never happened questions, both leaders facing injury says he has been struggling their party has drifted. mentally for a couple of days promoter eddie hearn says crolla before in the conservative party. accusations that party has drifted. since the announcement but now it mr corbyn promised he was committed and it means in the real world that ministerial team promised he was feels ‘phenomenal‘ to get the chance to tackling anti—semitism. "is ready" for his chance.
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to retain the title. we have colleagues, we cannot name committed to tackling anti—semitism. the pm said she was saddened but the pm said she was saddened england wing jonny may says them, we have colleagues who will by today but determined teammates owen farrell not vote in the way they want to to lead a moderate party. and george ford have taught him determined to lead a moderate party. vote because they are frightened of as much about rugby as any coach. this is no longer a one—party issue, may's scored 12 tries no longer a one—party issue, labour in his last 12 tests, labour mp5 and conservatives including four already in this being deselected or in some way mp5 and conservatives are saying england wing jonny may says are both saying they have had enough teammates owen farrell acknowledged by their associations. they have had enough and can no and george ford have taught him and can no longer support the party they are not frightened of the longer support the party they have as much about rugby as any coach. year's six nations championship. they have been members of for years. may's scored 12 tries electorate. they are frightened of been members of the years. the in his last 12 tests, including four already in this impact will ultimately impose on the zealots, as sirjohn major called george has been massively helpful them, who are in charge in their for me since, notjust being here, year's six nations championship. associations, and that is not meant but since i have signed for to be the way of the tory party. political landscape but what is the impact this will ultimately have clear the historical allegiances in on the political landscape leicester, him and people like owen, won't be clear for months, there are not many players who know george has been massively helpful for me since, notjust being here, there are not many players who know the game better than those guys do parliament are frail. will there be in parliament are fraying. andl the game better than those guys do and i get to spend a lot of time owen has been trying quite hard. more conservative and labour mp5 but since i signed for leicester, with those two here, and having will there be more conservative george at the club, i go to him to joining forces soon? at a turbulent him and people like owen, there are and labour mp5 joining forces soon? talk about my game as much as i not many players who know the game at a turbulent time, more questions time, more questions about the better than those guys do and i got about the future with answers would any other coach. future with answers that are far to spend a lot of time with those that are far from clear. from clear. guys, and having george at the club igoto guys, and having george at the club i go to him to talk about my game as everyone who hasjoined our chief political correspondent, much as i would any other coach. an emotional steve stricker everyone who has joined the vicki young is in central london was close to tears on wednesday independent group shares the same where the news conference was held as he told a news conference what it west indies 38 without loss in the vicki young who is at means to him to be handed the task view on brexit. could you think of a short while ago. of regaining golf‘s ryder cup. two other policies which unite the first one day international, that is stricker will lead the usa team all of the sport for now. the houses of parliament. at his seventh straight ryder cup, iamjoined by this time in his home state party outside the european issue? of wisconsin as the i am joined by anna soubry, a former what a week this is turning out to american captain. there are so many! genuinely conservative minister and now a be. the reaction from labour mp5 who you know, some people see this, and
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they don't think i am very tackling burning injustices. we were member of this new grouping. explain all inspired by what the prime to me how this can be more than an passionate or fiery about playing minister had to say on the steps of have seen their colleagues go, and the game of golf, and what i do for conservatives seeing the same, downing street, we want to be part anti—brexit group, are there things our main story on afternoon live — a living, but deep down i am very three conservative mp5 have resigned trying to gauge how they feel and of the movement actually delivers you agree with these former labour from the party over brexit how they think this will influence competitive, we want to win this that. i would cite domestic and what they call the tories' mp5? shift to the right. more than ever, and i am here to very much so. we have far more in anna soubry, sarah wollaston british politics, has been violence. there's not much going and heidi allen will all now sit help in any way i can, so i am very common than that which divides us. with the new independent group, parliament. you will see that this made up of eight former labour mp5, interesting. joining us is doctor blessed and happy to be here, thank it isa common than that which divides us. it is a cliche but it is true. for a who left their party this week. you. week has been a few statutory let's cross to our chief political philip lee, do you agree with a lot number of us, we have known it some correspondent, vicki young, that's all the sport for now. instruments and debates and that is who is at the houses of parliament. of what those three mp5 who have sarah mulkerrins will have more for you in the next hour. it. but take the domestic violence time. finally we have been able to left today feel about brexit in damien, thank you for all your time bill. that is something we all agree yes, that's right, these three mp5 particular. you saw them sitting on do what some of us have been wanting this afternoon. on, widespread support for that, the opposite benches, how did you for some time. brexit is a catalyst. have decided to leave, mainly over except it does not extend its our main story on afternoon live — brexit, although they say that is feel? ona three conservative mp5 have resigned jurisdiction to northern ireland, i not the only reason, and they say feel? on a personal level, it is odd, from the party over brexit wonder what that would be? there is brexit has shown all the main that even though the odds are and what they call the tories' a problem with abortion, the lack of stacked against them to have any shift to the right. turning to see as a respecting those anna soubry, sarah wollaston parties are broken. there is much kind of electoral success in the and heidi allen will all now sit human rights for women in northern ireland, and the only reason the future, they just felt they had three, but there were different with the new independent group, work to be done in our country about kind of electoral success in the made up of eight former labour mp5, government has not extended the future, theyjust felt they had to try to do something. let's speak to jurisdiction as it should do is who left their party this week. phases there. there they were on the because it is in hock to the dup.“ the future, the causes brexit, and the former cabinet minister, nicky morgan. what did you think when you other side. on healing the great divides that have phases there. there they were on the otherside. ona phases there. there they were on the other side. on a personal level, it ican because it is in hock to the dup.“ i can finish on that point, the heard the news three of your come out of it. we want to play our collea g u es is difficult, and difficult to thing that is startling and heard the news three of your colleagues had decided to leave the explain to the public. i understand let's cross to our chief party, and particularly why, when political correspondent reflecting of real life, and we have part, recognising both our parties anna soubry says the party, the them, i respect their courage to have moved to the extremes, and they battle has lost, your party has been a chance of succeeding, we're just stand on a point of principle. i lost to the right wing? actually, i normal people with values. the aren't going to change. so we are baroness ros altmann was pensions
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going to have to make those changes was very sad. these are three asa personally concluded i would rather minister under david cameron in the policy part come secondary. people going to have to make those changes as a group and i hope othersjoin friends and colleagues, and are stay and fight for the conservative conservative government, thank you us. the lib dems say they are a centre particularly as a fellow east for being with us on bbc news. you first, politician second, and you do midlands member of parliament, i party that i think is still there, work with them very closely, i know not talk to your friends down the ground political force. they how strongly they feel about brexit have been a critic of the government pub, what do you think about the is perhaps hidden away underneath over its handling of brexit. what do but they are extremely talented and social care policy, how was your the lib dems say they are a centre ground politicalforce. they have the lib dems say they are a centre ground political force. they have a national profile, they want another you make of the decision these three referendum, why not join hard—working members of parliament, all this brexit chatter. the party i gran doing? that is the grouping we national profile, they want another andl referendum, why notjoin them? hard—working members of parliament, and i think if the conservative joined in 1992, that is what i am are. you park your pre—branding at party doesn't feel like home for mp5 have made? i think the old way of looking at you make of the decision these three mps have made? i am really sad to them then that is really very staying to fight for. it remains to see three wonderful women mp5 the door and talk about values and things, our view is, unfortunate. i would say i think it be seen whether the conservative leaving the party, feeling they have i think the old way of looking at things, ourview is, all i think the old way of looking at things, our view is, all the is better to stay and fight and party ca n be seen whether the conservative party can press the pause button or what is right, and what is important political parties are actually shake the party that we wanted to does it become ukip light. been forced to leave because they broken. the liberals of whom there is bringing the public into that be, to reach out to all of our don't feel that they can say what area numberwho conversation. on that note, i am broken. the liberals of whom there are a number who i worked with in anna soubry is clear, she says the they truly believe within the party, told in strict terms that is it. constituents, than to leave. but i government during the coalition, so, thank you very much indeed for understand and respect the decision and they feel that they perhaps i have huge amounts of respect and a may have ta ken, battle has been lost, she feels the understand and respect the decision may have taken, it isjust not one haven't been listened to. and it is waiting and for coming along. i great deal in common. we want a new that i would do or countenance. do pro—brexit wing of the party, the think we are giving interviews. we way of doing things. i would love it you agree with them at all that the right wing of the party, has won. a really sad day, because they are what i would consider to be a if liberals would join us and be conservative party is not a broad church, that actually it doesn't you don't feel that. i haven't given up fantastic example of conservative pa rt if liberals would join us and be represent people in the way they you don't feel that. i haven't given upjust you don't feel that. i haven't given up just yet. i you don't feel that. i haven't given upjust yet. i know you don't feel that. i haven't given up just yet. i know that is how they have been hearing from the three part of this new movement, this new feel it should? i don't agree with way of doing things in british mp5. former conservative mps who them overall because i think announced this morning that they politics. we can't go on like this. feel, and a number of others still fantastic example of conservative mps. a lot of people watching this actually the conservative we re announced this morning that they were quitting the party. they will parliamentary party, the membership, in the party still feel. i am out active in the conservative party and sit with the independent group, we cannot as a nation carry on in other parties will say with all due is extremely broad. councillors and respect, you are in the house of activists up and down the country the old style tribal politics that representing all sorts of different lords, you are appointed to yourjob originally seven labour mps that has is now moving to the extreme. we asa backgrounds but unfortunately what banging the drum for the lords, you are appointed to yourjob as a minister, you came into the risen to eight with the departure has happened, because of brexit, conservatives as i have that was conservative party having been in this morning ofjune riley. you just wa nt to is now moving to the extreme. we which is now dominating our lives want to get to that centrist, the labour party, you are part of
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progressive way of doing things in here in westminster, i think all of once the mainstream view of the that generation of fair weather heard anna subaru. she won her seat the coverage of politics and friends, when the going gets tough party. brexit is dominating 2019. everything else, these are all the everything and will continue, no you become critical of your party, backin heard anna subaru. she won her seat people are tribal, many like because actually party politics is back in 2010 although she had been yourself have been in political things that people would like to be matter what happens in the next few an activist in the conservative discussing come of the things the not really your thing? parties for years. it is a difficult prime minister talked about on the party for many years before that, steps of downing street, the burning and two of those who came in as part weeks. how can you and your party because actually party politics is not really your thing ?|j because actually party politics is not really your thing? i have been a decision. how confident are you injustices, just get no airtime at break away from that narrative and member of different political of david cameron's attempts to other conservatives would be likely parties through my career, but i broaden the conservative party were all, and then we all react talk about the things you want to tojoin? differently. i would say that means we have to get an agreement in would never support the current selected under open primaries, which labour party, not in a million meant you did not have to be active other conservatives would be likely to join? that is the whole point. place, get the thing over the line compassionate conservatism ?|j in the tory party to put your name for the 29th of march, then we can yea rs. talk about the things you want to labour party, not in a million heidi allen is a good example. she carry on talking about brexit but compassionate conservatism? i have never understood why the party years. the current labour party is forward. heidi allen from cambridge lots of other issues too. do you wa nted never understood why the party wanted to embrace brexit as its own. extreme, left—wing ideology that didn'tjoina does not fit this country, and my herself, she won in 2015, and doctor think theresa may should have done i thought brexit was voted for by heidi allen is a good example. she didn'tjoin a political party until more to listen to people like anna wollaston, a former practising gp 2012. they didn't come through the political home is the conservative political system. i didn't either. soubry, heidi allen and sarah the people. we got snowed under, we and full—time politician in recent wollaston, they say they were not party. the conservative party i 2012. they didn't come through the political system. ididn't either. i called in for chats, on the other don't talk about anything else, and yea rs, and full—time politician in recent years, she won the seat in south left politics a0 years ago and did hand there is pro—brexit mp5 are joined as david cameron's pensions i understand why. this is another devonin years, she won the seat in south devon in 2010. both she and heidi a lwa ys hand there is pro—brexit mp5 are always the ones first through the minister. david cameron is no longer allen were people who joined the other things. i onlyjoined in 2002. door? i happen to know there were argument why we should push it back leader and the point the former to the people. the conservatives conservative party in the cameron conversations with mp5 on all sides. conservatives who left were making, iam nota other things. i onlyjoined in 2002. i am not a career politician. some in their words, they were saying yea rs,'s conservative party in the cameron years,'s involvement goes back a0 have a lot to say on an array of i think it is very difficult and yea rs. years,'s involvement goes back a0 years. she was one of the only what happens, how mps are handled, issues. but until we move beyond that the party has lurched to the tories the national unions of and once you begin to feel slightly right, it has been infiltrated by people find it refreshing, that is disassociated from your own party, stu d e nts why we do speak, because we are this issue, it won't be possible to tories the national unions of students executive and had a career thenit anti—eu forces, many of them former in broadcasting with itv for some disassociated from your own party, then it becomes a bit of a do so. self— perpetuating cycle and do you think theresa may could have ukip, it is no longer tolerant, yea rs in broadcasting with itv for some years as well as a barrister. let's then it becomes a bit of a self—perpetuating cycle and people do start talking and stop perhaps moderate and open—hearted party, here from one of those who was part open, honest and upfront. it is handled this differently? we inviting people in, and then you of the efforts to broaden the about doing things that way. there stop reaching out and saying you understand there was no attempt by that has disappeared. if you feel
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selection of tory candidates, grant like them, your home should be as an wa nt stop reaching out and saying you want to have those conversations and her or downing street to persuade are some who have been involved in thatis want to have those conversations and that is where you can end up where you are. that is a failing on all of independent, shouldn't it, not as a politics for many years, i do not them to stay. only this week, last week, a letter shapps. hejoins our parts, on the part of tory? i have not given up on the describe them that. for them to leadership, on the whips, on fellow leave what is part of your family, tory? i have not given up on the tory party, i don't believe it has selection of tory candidates, grant shapps. he joins us selection of tory candidates, grant shapps. hejoins us from hertfordshire, your constituency. members of parliament not to say the from the right to vote campaign was yet been infiltrated in the way the people actually let's continue to what is your reaction to the isa labour party has. i think people are leave what is part of your family, is a tough choice. but in their sent saying, please meet with us to hearts they know the conservative talk and engage. when it comes to trying to at the moment, and decision they have taken and the discuss going forward. we were brexit, you are working with others consent they have expressed at the party is doomed. it has gone to the to try and get an alternative. there right and there is way back. certainly the tory party, the direction in which the conservative has been lots of speculation about party is heading? i am really sad where that stands now, those rejected. and yet we look on the tv conservative party, stands for wouldn't you have been better about the decision taken. what they staying and fighting, and things do supporting people'sjobs alternative arrangements, and the conservative party, stands for selection —— suggestion this will be supporting people's jobs and businesses, and at the moment, with have probably done his confused two last night, the erg are going in this threat of no—deal brexit, we about the future relationship talks, not about the withdrawal agreement change. again. apparently we are not deemed are undermining businesses and jobs different things. first of all things are volatile in politics. the as it stands. my understanding is different things. first of all different views on the big issue of to have the same respect for our across the country, in a way that i never would have believed any reality is the conservative party is that eu and uk have had really the day, brexit, including all our position. this is the problem. the now the party of brexit. it is proud constructive talks about what could conservative party is either a broad conservative government could do, constituents and their constituents be alternative arrangements, but as well. on the other hand, they and that is because we have got this of the fact it is delivering brexit. there is no doubt that agreeing and church or not. it has an opportunity group of extreme right—wing have twisted that to talk about the putting everything in place by the there is a bunch of people, one 29th of march is very challenging. so actually those talks will ideological brexiteers who are values of other colleagues, nation conservatives, my principles continue, there will be a proper particularly those who are resourcing of officials on both still to occupy the centre ground of driving the agenda, trying to haven't changed, but it is the party sides of the channel to make those suggest that either we will be fine british politics, for it to take. i themselves the levers, european that has. it has drifted to the with no deal, or we need to keep no arrangements become a reality. and right. the idea you stay in and hang they could very well superseded, if would argue to do so it has two not deal on the table in order to for research group. they are wrong to you like, parts of the backstop, the own this brexit process, it need to some reason get better results from
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put both of those things together. our negotiations. that is a around and keep on, you don'tjoin a protocol, but it is going to take ta ke own this brexit process, it need to take its brexit deal and put it back it is perfectly right and proper time for that to happen, so the misguided policy. we finished the people have different views on political party to fight it, and you to the public for a mandate. if the question i think now is that negotiations, and actually we have don't stay into skirmish on the ministers are continuing to see what brexit. we should not chastise public votes brexit, fine. if it frightened away business after margins, when you have lost the changes otherwise could be agreed or collea g u es brexit. we should not chastise colleagues weather they are for or additional things put in place to business, we have forced companies votes to remain, then it is nothing battle because they have won. they reassure those of my colleagues who to leave, we have forced people to against leaving europe. but to me is directly to do with the conservative won the referendum and they have are still very unhappy about the against leaving europe. but to me is a completely separate issue to backstop. did you think they would party. that must be the way forward losejobs, and to leave, we have forced people to lose jobs, and if to leave, we have forced people to losejobs, and if we continue taken over the to leave, we have forced people to lose jobs, and if we continue with this path of this no deal threat or, weather the party is mainstream, won the referendum and they have ta ken over the party. won the referendum and they have taken over the party. they most certainly have taken over the still have to vote through the if the conservative party are to be moderate, in favour of the modern withdrawal agreement? at the end of taken seriously. associations. that is why tereza the day, everyone in this place, bar bank you very much indeed. britain. that is where i think heaven forbid, a no deal reality, couldn't get her checkers agreement one or two people, wants there to be then we are betraying all the misjudgement lies. so you would through. now we see the appalling a deal. the eu want there to be a collea g u es principles that i believe the bank you very much indeed. colleagues digesting the news, some agree with them that brexit has had deal as well and the best way to wondering whether there will be conservative party actually stands others who decide to move to this situation with long—standing, loyal, avoid a no deal is to have an for. the problem is in a sense that an impact on how the conservative new independent grouping. everyone party operates? brexit is the sensible mp5 being called traitors, agreement put in place. businesses this whole discussion in the end wa nt agreement put in place. businesses want that certainty, i think it is threatened with deselection, being right we give the country a clear waiting to see whether they decide becomes about brexit, and you know defining issue of the day. people what that does, it polarises people. direction of where we are headed and to form a new political party. there will be people at home saying, say it is terrible that political pilloried by these people. many of i think that is why everyone now is parties have denied it but political whom arejoining the working very hard on the there you go, another remainer, they pilloried by these people. many of conservative benches, backbenchers we will have more news on people who can't accept the will of the people, parties have denied it but political parties in that sense are whom are joining the conservative party and engaging in that. the and ministers, to see if we can get representative of the country as a they can't bring themselves to leadership is standing meekly by and and ministers, to see if we can get whole. if you speak to your own a deal in place that get support for accept there is an outcome to the the majority of mps in this house. may be looking in those directions family, you will find members who in the course of this our. one they passionately want, and so doing nothing. it is quite everything becomes about that, and you talk about live beyond brexit, then they will stop listening to the ha rd to voted in different ways on brexit. disgraceful. it has lost. this is a you talk about live beyond brexit, hard to imagine at the moment, but interesting listening to philip lee, arguments that those people are if this grouping of mp5 does become making and even that you are making. so of course that will happen. but one of those mp5 who came into what i disagree with is the way that fresh start. what happens if theresa may gets a deal and it gets through a party, if they try and occupy the parliament after the expenses well, this is obviously to do with so—called centre ground, are you my three former colleagues have parliament. we leave the eu. where concerned that will be a problem for scandal, replacing an mp who stood brexit because brexit is all consuming the government. having the conservative party and for the
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said, because of this, this no does this leave this group of mp5? down from his seat. coming in from kind of conservative party that you said that, from the labour longer means the party is moderate outside politics, brought in by perspective, we have the two issues, the government has masses of work it the labour pa rty‘s or modern and, as you mention, a want? it will be a challenge for all david cameron. and contrast in what should be getting on with. it isn't. of the main established parties. couple of them were selected whilst there are others, the liberal perspective, we have the two issues, the labour party's failure to be a proper opposition, in terms of for us, there are all manner of i was couple of them were selected whilst democrats, who already would agree he was saying with david davis who driving the brexit agenda and a iwas in couple of them were selected whilst i was in office. but there's a things we believe in, the problems difference between being modern and was able to get a meeting the next different direction to protect that they are in the centre ground, moderate and simply believing some with social injustice, the benefits but i don't think any political morning with theresa may to talk peoples jobs, labour have failed on of my other colleagues do that we about concerns. it sounds like that score, but also labour has this system, lack of social mobility, party should be frightened of other people setting up and pointing out should be honouring the referendum issues that need to be tackled in dreadful problem with anti—semitism. making sure if we do leave the eu, modern britain. the question is how philip lee has not had the same on leaving europe. but that does not my party will respond. there are degree of access. now i can certainly sympathise with mean you are not moderate. say this that we'd try somehow to restore our problems on brexit, but there has the family of the london isa...| economy. a hugejob of work lots of things we can talk about and teenager shamima begum, been no, absolutely no problem in that we'd try somehow to restore our economy. a huge job of work to that we'd try somehow to restore our economy. a hugejob of work to be we do very much get the concerns and who wants to return to the uk mean you are not moderate. say this done. but also looking at the causes the tory party with anti—semitism, is a... i recall sarah wollaston was theissues we do very much get the concerns and after living with the islamic state actually a leave photo throughout the issues that people have, but we of brexit and healing this country, in syria, says it will with racism, that is not an issue. most of the referendum campaign and have to make sure we create space, challenge the decision to revoke her british citizenship. then switched just a couple of weeks so we get this brexit issue resolved so for me, this issue is about which this government can't do, is beforehand. it is proper and right as much as we possibly can to create incapable of doing. it has had over to have different views. i really space to make sure we take those the family's lawyers says the 19—year—old has two years to get the promised trade issues on. what would your message never had a bangladeshi brexit and where we stand on the regret them coming to the wrong passport and is not a dual citizen. deal and we still haven't. what will be to any other of your colleagues but whitehall officials insist that conclusions about this though. regret them coming to the wrong shamima begum has not been ‘left conclusions about this thoughm that the point they are making happen if we leave on the agreement who are considering to leave the stateless.‘ simon jones reports. though that one of the effects of spectrum of looking after people's is there will be more rows, more conservative party? i would ask them brexit about accelerating a to think again, think very hard, the uncertainty as we try to sort out jobs and security, caring about what sort of brexit we want. that is conservative party is best when we social justice and jobs and security, caring about socialjustice and democracy, and polarising aspect to politics, that are a broad church with a big even david davies has said in the has been felt, whereas once the past democracy is not democracy if bad for britain, bad for business. spectrum of opinion, that is how we people can't change their minds, and reach out to people across the she wants to return home, but she's party was a place they felt he could the only way through is to get it country, we need everybody and i we know that what is happening with have different views, now if you been told she is not welcome.
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have different views, now if you hope people will have learned shamima begum says she is brexit is nothing like what was back to the british people, had a lessons from losing three very shocked and heartbroken promised by the leave campaign when have different views you get second referendum to let the people by the government's decision. hounded, you get attempts to the east londoner remains talented colleagues today. that is people voted in 2016, or indeed when decide. thank you very much. in a refugee camp in syria. deselect you, people send messages the message coming out from other people voted in 2016, or indeed when ministers on the conservative side, she joined the islamic state saying, comejoin this party group when she was 15, people voted in 2017. just on that deselect you, people send messages saying, come join this party to get everyone waiting to see how much rid of a particular candidate? did but has now fled fierce fighting, point then, is it in yourjudgment influence this group of mp5 at the and hasjust given birth. not use to be how it operated. there saying the conservatives have to what was promised by the think very hard. a busy afternoon i just want forgiveness, moment 11 can on politics. conservative party in its manifesto really, from the uk. in 2017, because that seems to have everything i've been been a bone of contention for these was the great philosophers of through, i didn't expect i would go through that. conservatives who said, i ou my three mp5, because they are saying we are not making our manifesto we can speak now to the leader she's been accused of showing no judgment. tories did not choose of the liberal democrats, remorse after she equated sir vince cable, who is at for vicki. let's pause for a moment the children killed pledge, we believe the prime people who would just vote a and remind ourselves, because often in the manchester bombing two years westminster. minister has broken its manifesto particular way, they chose people ago with people being bombed then gave them the freedom to make listening to that and some of the by coalition forces in is—held the news move so fast that we are areas of syria. pledge. exactly, and certainly there their ownjudgments. chasing it and having to remind other things, more in common than are you sure that shamima isa pledge. exactly, and certainly there is a risk here that we don't then gave them the freedom to make their own judgments. some constituents came to visit people where we got to this stage. begum won't be left actually know whether the majority divides us, bring an end to tribal stateless, home secretary? parliament last week. should you of british people are comfortable we have been hearing reaction from the home secretary says his politics, a realignment, it sounds nicky morgan, let's hearfrom we have been hearing reaction from nicky morgan, let's hear from these priority is the safety with the route which we have been come to parliament to represent your horribly familiar, the kind of stuff mp5 who have left themselves and and security of britain. constituents views or your own taking on brexit, the point that we you were saying in the labour party refer to themselves at one point in views? that great philosopher said at the beginning of the 19805, you the news conference this lunchtime have reached now, thejobs that are you are there is representative, you as the three amigos. is my friend, deprivation is a powerful tool that we re at the beginning of the 19805, you can only be used to keep the most being lost, the businesses that are come to your own judgments and allow were a counsellor then, before you dangerous individuals out of this going, we don't know whether the people tojudge you. founded the sdp. is it another false and he is my friend, chuck mona said country, and we do not come to your own judgments and allow people to judge you. and they are saying you are not able to do that british people actually are happy to on monday, you don'tjoin a use it lightly. anymore? as politicians, i have been storm? political party to fight it, and you be poorer, to risk losing theirjobs when someone turns their backs party chairman, i have been at the i don't think so. this is serious. don't stay in it and skirmish in the on the fundamental values or risk friends or citizens around end of more abuse than most. that's margins when the truth is the battle and supports terror, the country losing their jobs, just what happens in politics. you the three from the conservatives they do not have an automatic right
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is over and the other side has won. have been very courageous, very to return to the uk. because of this thing called cannot run away from it. it is in order to deprive someone of their british citizenship, positive. the fact that splits are sovereignty. if the majority of deplorable and people are going over the right wing, the hardline anti—eu the home secretary needs to be people are comfortable with that, we happening on both sides is good, it satisfied that it's conducive the top and writing abusive things, to the public good, and that they've need to find out, because at the awkward squad that have destroyed conducted themselves in a manner moment the polls are suggesting that everybody should deplore that in seriously prejudicial politics, but i do not accept having bodes well for british politics. i every leader for the last a0 years they are not. more importantly, we a different point of view or even feel encouraged we have potential to the interests of the uk. are now running the conservative do know that all the promises that party, from top to toe. they are the he must also be sure thinking that someone should they are able to become represent a seat is a view, that is allies in the ground of politics and a national of another country. we re do know that all the promises that were made by the leave side are not look forward to working with them. conservative party. dearfriends, the home office believes shamima begum is eligible being delivered, we are not having there are more of them than you as for bangladeshi citizenship, and they are dear friends, now as her mother is thought to be our cake being delivered, we are not having ourcake and being delivered, we are not having perfectly normal in politics, we are a bangladeshi national. our cake and eating it, we haven't all there to represent our mp5. there are more of them than you as had the wonderful free trade deals mps. it there are more of them than you as mp5. it raises the question of who former colleagues, who share those we we re had the wonderful free trade deals we were promised would be here by constituents. i do not agree in works with whom. i think there are one nation values and principles will of course today deny it, but i officials insist she will not now, we haven't even managed to roll hounding people but to represent be left stateless. 11 of each. that may change. anna over the existing trade agreements different views, there is no problem believe in their heads and in their her family is considering all legal that we have got via the eu with with that at all. i voted remain in soubry said she wants us to sit with avenues to contest the decision. other countries that we were hearts they know it is over. and the promised would be ready to roll by the referendum. there was an influx the next steps would be, i assume them and work with them. i look midnight on 29th of march. all of of new members last year, 50 of the reason they know it's over is that miss begum is going to appeal forward to doing just that. because we lost the referendum, and against the decision to the special immigration those things were promised to the most of new members last year, 50 of the appeals commission, m ost rece nt of new members last year, 50 of the most recent members, i analysed who brexit now defines and shapes the and that process can be them and work with them. i look forward to doing just thatm them and work with them. i look forward to doing just that. it is the sustainability. the problem the very, very lengthy. british people by the leave had joined, and this is not some and complex. campaign. but despite all that, you sort of takeover by former ukip sdp had, they sat with the liberals, conservative party. i believed i was are sticking with the conservative and one of the greatest problems then operated alone, this is pa rt of conservative party. i believed i was that i have with the system is that party? | members. a couple of members part of a party who worked collaboratively, welcome to much of the evidence are sticking with the conservative party? i believe the conservative knowledge, and had the empathy to against an individual party? i believe the conservative party ca n party? i believe the conservative speculative now, but the reality was is in closed procedures, party can come back from the brink, rejoined the conservative party, but meaning that neither miss begum i believe the majority of the it is actuallyjust people wanting the political system, the electoral feel. but i have slowly but surely nor her lawyers will have access to it, or will be able parliamentary party are not to be involved. and i reject the realised that i am not. i can no system, defeated attempts to have to challenge it in open court. idea that just because co mforta ble parliamentary party are not comfortable with this threat of no to be involved. and i reject the idea thatjust because some of my multi—parties in the english part of other colleagues are very strong deal. indeed, we had a vote in the
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with the brexit side that somehow the uk. is there a danger they will longer represent a government at a the question of her citizenship house of commons where you saw that they are not moderate, they are the find that? party who can't open their eyes to the majority of people in parliament is a matterfor the british ones quite often who are most in the suffering endured by the most authorities, according refused to accept no deal and want where you are right is it would be to the bangladeshi foreign secretary. vulnerable in society. suffering it taken off the table, so what i favour of a liberal immigration foolish for my party and this which we have deepened whilst having wa nt to policy, for example. how then should the power to fix. the conservatives it taken off the table, so what i mrs begum has told journalists want to see is that the prime the prime minister handle this? do independent group to fight each she may try for citizenship minister faces want to see is that the prime ministerfaces down want to see is that the prime via her dutch husband. minister faces down the extreme other and compete in elections. the right wing, the erg, whatever you you denounce these people? do you'd we re always the power to fix. the conservatives were always recognised as the party wa nt to right wing, the erg, whatever you first past the post system means we of economic competence, but when we want to call them, and says, look, ignore them? how do you ensure they any appeal could take years, what you are asking us to do does so, this refugee camps would damage each other badly, it is likely to remain her home are not followed by other allowed a cabinet minister to say f not fit with what we have promised would damage each other badly, it would be foolish. we have to conservatives? you do not denounce for foreseeable future. cooperate. there is a lot of common business, and we have a prime people, and certainly we cannot have people, it is up to them what they minister bullied into submission by you're watching afternoon live, in values. we had worked together in the erg, and is now dragging the these are our headlines. ano people, and certainly we cannot have a no deal outcome, because that is do. and they have been good members country and parliament kicking and more defections over brexit — so devastatingly damaging for the of parliament and vocal members of the coalition. it was a very good screaming to the edge of a no deal this time, three conservative country. so we need to get back parliament, so i do not think the abyss, i screaming to the edge of a no deal abyss, lam screaming to the edge of a no deal towards the centre ground and look relationship. we totally share their abyss, i am done. screaming to the edge of a no deal abyss, lam done. i mp5 leave their party, prime minister has denounce them. screaming to the edge of a no deal abyss, i am done. i want to be part accusing it of moving to the right. after the majority of citizens in obviously, it is in the interests of views on brexit. it is important we of something better, a party that this country. thank you for being joan ryan becomes the eighth the prime minister and the whole remember the brexit issue is not people vote for because they want mp to quit labour conservative party, in fact the resolved. in the coming weeks we with us on afternoon live. to, not because they feel they have and join the new independent whole country, that we do not see will have to work with everyone to to, not because they feel they have to do, and this is about more than some of the british music scene's some sort of huge splintering. we make sure the damage brexit could do group in parliament. brexit. i joined biggest stars will gather in london have a massive job to do over the this evening for the brit awards. to do, and this is about more than the family of the uk teenager women have dominated the nominations next few weeks to see if we can get brexit. ijoined the party after who left to join is in syria is stopped. list at this year's ceremony, some kind of deal through on the there is a danger with this process spending 24 years as a front—line say they will challenge with female solo artists dua lipa the government's decision to revoke her british citizenship. and anne—marie earning doctor in the nhs, wanting to make a four nominations each. brexit front. and doing things like that when people leave, other people our entertainment correspondent who are trying to influence their difference, joining a tolerant, lizo mzimba is at the o2 splintering off then turning into a party from within find their moderate, open—hearted conservative in sport, chris woakes strikes for in london where the ceremony will be held later. wider issue and saying it is because position weakened. do you think hello. are you gearing up for a good the party is no longer centre there is a risk what will happen party, which i think has now england with an early wicket, in the
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ground, that is not true, i think will polarise the bigger parties disappeared. i'm afraid the prime first one—day international in the party is very much sent to further and make come from eyes and minister simply hasn't delivered on night? that's absolutely correct, women are going to be leading the ground these days, and it does not the pledge she made on the steps of barbados. way as far as the nominations are help to achieve the objective of finding a good landing place as far agreement on big national issue is downing street to tackle the burning manchester city's pursuits of an much harder to achieve? concerned, as historic quartet of trivia that way as far as the nominations are concerned , as you injustices in our society, and i ta kes historic quartet of trivia that takes them to germany for an away way as far as the nominations are concerned, as you say, anne—marie and dua lipa both four nominations, as leaving the eu is concerned. i think that what we now see is that dua lipa did very well last year, think those are the issues at stake. —— compromise. the conservative the party that was once the most party is now being taken over by leg. the deadline for cardiff city to she actually won two awards out of trusted on the economy and on business is now marching us towards make the first instalment of the £50 i hope the prime minister will say five nominations, the first time a the right things and persuade people militants, ukip people essentially. the cliff edge of a no—deal brexit. female artist had ever had that million transfer fee for emiliano number of nominations, and of course the polarisation is taking place at sala has been extended for another that we should stick with this and grassroots. i fully understand why week. i'll be back with those the likes of florence and the i have been saying for weeks that if try to get a position where we can machine and george smith also have it became main party policy to mp5 are fighting their position stories later. multiple nominations and at a time agree and move on. thank you very where only the second time ever deliver no deal, then i would have impossible and are breaking away. it women are outnumbering men in the to leave. but i'm afraid there comes evening's most prestigious category, much forjoining us. leprous is an understandable response. i a point when running down the clock the competition watchdog has dealt best album. this evening is of wasn't an mp in the 19805 but a is in effect the same thing, and a potentially fatal blow respected those who made that move. none of us are prepared to wait to a planned merger beween course about honouring the most mccrossa n much forjoining us. leprous m ccrossa n to much forjoining us. leprous mccrossan to our political sainsbury's and asda, correspondent who has been at that warning it could push up prices ground—breaking and best music of news co nfe re nce and cut choice for shoppers. the last 12 months, rather than the we are in a different situation now. until our toes correspondent who has been at that news conference in central london. the £10 billion deal, —— let's cross. what did you make of which was announced last year, the whole concept of brexit did not are at the cliff edge before we take would create the uk's biggest big, big sellers, necessarily. take supermarket group, overtaking tesco. that? it has been interesting this exist when the sdp liberal party shares in sainsbury's last year. ed sheeran dominated the slumped this morning week. we had on monday and then in response to the competition charts, but it was stormzy who beat move took place. today, these are mps who have left are at the cliff edge before we take a stand. sarah wollaston, the now and markets authority's findings. him to two of the night's biggest independent mp for totnes in devon. our business correspondent shejoined the their political parties and speaking it isa independent mp for totnes in devon. she joined the conservative party and became active under the process move took place. it is a dilemma the lib dems. so awards back in 2018. of course there many years you were the party people was also time to reflect on the out, they would say speaking the of open selections introduced by simon gompertz reports. tunes people have been listening to truth about the state they feel went to when they felt angry and david cameron when he was theirformer party is in. i think it
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conservative leader, and mr cameron in their millions. the show will be disaffected with the bigger uk has tweeted his reaction to the is very unusual to hear mps saying opened by hugh jackman news. in their millions. the show will be opened by huthackman performing parties. under the late paddy music from the film, the greatest drive around a place like watford, very strident and critical things showman, the soundtrack to that ashdown you are successful in motor and you see the problem movie was the biggest selling album with this giant merger. of the year in the uk. i spoke to about a party they have onlyjust fighting —— motivating that. is here is the sainsbury's, left. it is the honesty, if you and not far off, competing him just a few moments ago on the there a danger this could eclipse with it at the moment, a big asda. red carpet. i am so excited. i was like, there are striking, sitting there listening to them. what is you? joined together, would i don't think so at all. we have they charge us more? interesting about this group of now nearby, there is also come at this from a different the market leader, tesco. surprised to be invited, i have never been to the brit awards 11mps, interesting about this group of now 11 mps, in the longer term, whether direction. we have had two general these three companies control before, i wouldn't say this is my they are more than a disparate group normal big dayjob, i wouldn't be 60% of uk grocery sales surprised if i never get invited of independent mps who at the moment and would go down to two. elections. it is a different again, so my basic theory for life history. the truth is we have to i don't think it will be isjust say yes ijoined together because they are i think you can read between the an advantage to the shopper. again, so my basic theory for life is just say yes and have the time it is more for them than for us. again, so my basic theory for life isjust say yes and have the time of your life and that is what i plan on against brexit. will they ever be lines of that particular tweet that more than that, i think is the as long as their standards doing. exactly ten years ago you groups now, and established the conservative party should be we re crucial question? at the moment that careful about welcoming the doing. exactly ten years ago you were hosting the oscars, what do you is what they all agree on. heidi departure of those people even if don't drop, i don't mind. they questioned them on the nature make of the rumours whoopi goldberg political party, a big might bea make of the rumours whoopi goldberg might be a surprise host this time allen talked about universal credit, infrastructure, local organisations, of europe. that question has been a long term, they will need around, and what advice would you and another which shares our values, to do it, long term. one of the issues she has voted running sore for the tories and the big supermarkets give to them? i would never give with common objectives. with labour but more prominently for the against the government on, but in advice to whoopi goldberg, seeing as conservatives over the last a0 are pushing little be polite. the longer term, especially if the goodwill and common sense we can she has hosted it three times but i prime minister were able to get a yea rs. —— the big supermarkets didn't know any of it. it isjust a are pushing little people out. deal somehow that she could bring work together. but no infrastructure which is a the competition authority has back and get through parliament, if vishala sri—pathma is here identified 629 areas in a moment telling where there would be substantial rumour. that you are starting? the that were to happen, does not pull problem, they have one thing in us what's hot and what's not lessening of competition. in the business news. the petrol forecourt the rug from underneath this group common powerfully which is brexit, first a look at the headlines is overlapping in 132 places, bbc are starting rumours. no, i'm on afternoon live. so, there is concern about fuel before it even gets started? but more defections over brexit — competition, plus hundreds
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this time conservative of spots where online kidding. i had the best of advice they are also honest about their but nothing else. once we get beyond mp5 leave their party — shopping might be affected. essentially, we are concerned from steve martin. i said i'm not a chances of success, they are not accusing it of moving to the right. the immediate electoral decisions on that this may not be even a party at, saying the odds are joan ryan becomes the eighth comedian. he said, forthe brexit, they may find as other mp to quit labour a good dealfor shoppers from steve martin. i said i'm not a against them but they felt they had or motorists because comedian. he said, for the first 45 and joins the new independent we think it is likely to try. what has been the groups of this kind, once they start group in parliament. minutes, that is the best audience trying to establish positions, they that prices will rise, you will ever have in your life, reaction... you are in a better the family of the uk teenager service levels will deteriorate who left to join is in syria on both, and the reason we believe position to gauge this because you will fall out with each other. say they will challenge that is because of the reduced live and breathe the atmosphere at the government's decision that is an issue they have to face to revoke her british citizenship. competition in grocery shopping westminster, what has been the in supermarkets, grocery shopping within their group. that underlines online, and purchases of fuel they are excited, nervous, they will reaction of other conservatives to the case for working with us. i have laugh at anything. from 45 minutes on, that room is filling up with this? is their anger? at the petrol filling stations. people who did not win, sojust express train to the end. will you reaction of other conservatives to this? is theiranger? regret? uneasy about the path they have chosen?m an open and positive approach to be watching on sunday, and what do here's your business the competition authority have two you think it will be like with no that. i very much welcome them. headlines on afternoon live. possible solutions in mind. the proposed tie—up the first is for sainsbury's host? i always love the oscars, i between sainsbury‘s and asda will be watching, i have watched has been interesting and in could push up prices and cut and asda to sell off a block choice for customers. of their supermarkets and possibly since i was eight years old. i was comparison to what happened with the there is a set of common interests that's according to the competition one of their names to create and markets authority mainly excited because my father was labour defectors, one minister said and it will be healthy for british who are reviewing the deal. a new, viable competitor. the sainsburys boss says to me they felt the actually the politics if we make a success of but the cma doubts an accountant at price waterhouse, party had behaved quite well in whether that would work. soi an accountant at price waterhouse, so i kept thinking my dad would turn the findings are "outrageous". the other possible remedy, what is happening. up so i kept thinking my dad would turn up with the briefcase one night. for their response. you had quite if you operate together, that could supportive tweets from people that lloyds banking group set aside me, it is always great, and it is a you might not expect but also some £750 million last year to block the merger entirely. at westminster, leaving aside for further claims related to payment protection insurance. night for celebration, i don't think banks are having to repay customers it isa friendly tweets from other elections, have an impact on the who did not want, need night for celebration, i don't think ministers, for example, who do agree it is a night for nit—picking, i know how hard it is to pull that dynamic. it could. we are at the moment in or understand the loan insurance. the addition takes the bank's total thing off, have a great night and with this group on brexit. one provision pot to £19.a billion. sainsbury's says discounters like aldi and lidl celebrate the great movies of the have changed the game, minister said to me, these are my at the same time, it and would year. yes, and for the nostalgia westminster turns the fourth party cut prices. friends, i am very upset about it, says profits rose 2a%. crowd, there will be the likes of but they do understand why they felt which is ridiculous. they are nile rogers and chic, who had their
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the need to go, and anna sue bree emerging as a statue group and swiss banking giant ubs has been fined £3.2 billion together we are a bigger force at in a french tax fraud case. they have applied price criteria saying in no uncertain terms that a court in paris found that the bank first nomination ever in best westminster which is what we are which are unprecedented in the uk, she feels the fight is over in the working to achieve. had illegally helped french clients international group, while pink will and i would argue unprecedented hide billions of euros from french be getting an outstanding conservative party because she says vince cable, leader of the lib dems, tax authorities ubs has said it in the world, so, in the end, that the right wing of the party, would appeal against the verdict. they are taking money out contribution to music award in thank you forjoining us. recognition of her huge impact on you're watching afternoon live, the music industry over the last two the erg, particularly when it comes these are our headlines of customers' pockets. more defections over brexit this decades. thank you very much. to brexit, she feels they have one, time conservative mp5 but as uk plc, with brexit looming and a different set they dominate and rule the party. joan ryan becomes the eighth mp of competition rules, to quit labour and joins who would invest in this country? the agreement the theresa may has this is outrageous. the new independent group in this isn't the last word. got with the dup has not helped, vishala sri—pathma is here. sainsbury's and asda still in a moment, she will be telling us there are not many who would agree parliament. what's hot and what's not let's get more on that sainsbury‘s have a few weeks to make their case, and asda tieup that could fall foul in the business news. first, a look at the headlines with much of the dup. but i think it the family of the uk teenager of the competition regulator. but then leapfrogging tesco in size on afternoon live. who left to join is in syria say one point there shares were down could be too big a merger more defections over brexit — this time, three conservative they will challenge the government's 1296, one point there shares were down 12%, sainsbury‘s, bad news, is it to get the go—ahead. mp5 leave their party, simon gompertz, bbc news. isa decision to revoke her all off? it was 1596 before i came accusing it of moving to the right. with much of the dup. but i think it is a feeling of regret mostly from back now to our top story. joan ryan becomes the eighth mp to quit labour other conservatives because no one down here, so it has dropped and join the new independent really knows where this is going. group in parliament. further. the family of the uk teenager three conservative mp5 have resigned they do not know when this will end. in sport, manchester city's pursuit the competition and markets from the party over brexit who left to join is in syria authority said the deal say they will challenge heidi allen saying this is just the could be blocked unless a large and what they call the tories' shift the government's decision of equitable takes them to germany number of stores or even one to revoke her british citizenship. foran to the right. beginning. the because there is a of the brand names were sold. they feel it might raise prices for photo opportunity going on. you can of equitable takes them to germany for an awkward away leg. the west indies have won the toss theyjoin the eight labour consumers and also make the shopping mp5 who have formed see all the photographers and camera and elected to bat in the first experience for them not as good. the independent group in parliament. is there. those three mps have just this is completely in contradiction come out with all of the other one—day international, 18 without here's your business headlines on afternoon live. labour mps who defected on monday loss. important preparation for the world the proposed tie—up
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cup in summer. and push comes to with what sainsbury‘s announced, between sainsbury's and asda and last night, so all of them they said prices would reduce. so could push up prices and cut choice for customers. that's according to the competition standing there, having their photos and markets authority shove as anthonyjoshua prepares for they said prices would reduce. so they are saying that is not what is earlier, i spoke to joe twyman, director who are reviewing the deal. happening in their judgment. of deltapoll, and began the sainsburys boss says taken, a lot of noise, as you would his showdown with the american by asking him what the new imagine now, and they are making the independent group's plans will be. point that they are now bigger than challenger. more on those stories at they are saying that is not what is happening in theirjudgment. that is their concern, asda and sainsbury‘s the findings are "outrageous". the dup grouping. there are more of merging would mean a huge supermarket would be created, them then the dup. whether they can something like on the lines of £1 in everyone has been talking about the do anything with those numbers lloyds banking group set aside though is another question. everyone every £3 spent would be spent at an history of the sdp in the 19805 and £750 million last year 3:30pm. for further claims related to payment protection insurance. how that shone brightly. more than banks are having to repay customers wondering whether there will be more the family of the london who did not want, need teenager shamima begum, asda or sainsbury‘s supermarket. or understand the loan insurance. who wants to return to the uk every £3 spent would be spent at an asda or sainsbury's supermarket. so tesco and stuff would be pretty 50% in one poll, then subsequently after living with the islamic state the addition takes the bank's total collapsed. there are differences provision pot to £19.a billion. defections. we will of course hear group in syria, says it at the same time, it will challenge the decision worried by that. exactly. we spoke to revoke her british citizenship. to stuart mcintosh, the chair of the this time, firstly, people do not cma, this is what he had to say. the trust politics in the same way. says profits rose 2a%. more from vicky throughout the course of the afternoon. joe, the the family's lawyers says concerns there is less deference. that has the 19—year—old has never had cma, this is what he had to say. the concerns are local, in that they may swiss banking giant ubs has a bangladeshi passport and is not be particular areas where the reduced significantly. loyalty to been fined £3.2 billion a dual citizen. question for them really now is in a french tax fraud case. but whitehall officials insist that parties has reduced significantly. a court in paris found that the bank groceries are located close together where next? it is not about whether shamima begum has not been "left crucially, brexit, that casts a had illegally helped french clients stateless". hide billions of euros simonjones reports. shadow over all of this. could this from french tax authorities. you get more mps leaving their and they compete very strongly with ubs has said it would appeal parties but about what they do with each other, there are concerns are group succeed ? the that and whether there is anything also national, because the extent of shadow over all of this. could this group succeed? the first stage was our concerns are such that we are they needed conservatives on board, they can catalyse in terms of against the verdict. concerned prices charged by the now they need more mp5, and public popular mood that could turn them companies across all of these stores into something more than a bunch of might rise, including those not (no sound). affected directly from competition disaffected politicians who leap one by the other party. they have
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party, get publicity and disappear into the political wilderness. sorry about that, we are having opinion to fall behind them. vishala, we will be looking at it is properly too early to judge everyone has been talking about the technical problems with that report, markets in a moment, laura ashley, proposed two solutions, the first to public reaction but in terms of the history of the stb during the 19805 we will bring it to you as soon as trend of polling, what is the broad we will bring it to you as soon as block the deal completely, the the clothing chain, one of the big and how that 5hone brightly. more view amongst voters and their fall is today. what is driving that? second is to sell assets, for than 50% in one poll and we can. just before christmas, sainsbury's to sell some assets. subsequently collapsed. there are there was chaos at gatwick this is quite a complicated process, it has warned its profits won't be when repeated sightings of drones loyalty? after all, they have been as much as it thought it would be, differences this time around. forced the airport to close so that has spooked investors, so we firstly, people do not trust for more than a day. not everyone entirely optimistic now, the government has announced have seen a decline in its share politicians in the way they once that no—fly zones for drones around this can happen before the final the two big blocks for the best part ruling of the 13th of april. earlier did. there is less deference? the airports are being extended, of 100 years. in polls they get 896 price. it has been struggling for to try and prevent a similar we heard from susan rabbi, senior incident happening again. quite a while, it said its ministers also want police to have high—street stores are not having loyalty that people have to their of 100 years. in polls they get 896 the cells it would like to have. new stop and search powers barrister at searle court. it is not of the vote. they are still solidly parties has reduced significantly to tackle drone misuse, as our transport correspondent tom burridge explains. there. do they really emotionally true of so many. yes, and that means since the 19805 and crucially connect with them in the same way? i unknown for things to be turned brexit. that casts a shadow over all that companies tend boost their would argue not. when you ask who of this. so could this group film a drone with a drone, around at provisional findings but online presence but that doesn't succeed? the first stage was they and it's easy to spot. would argue not. when you ask who would make the best prime minister seem to have helped laura ashley. the timing is very tight, so it is they were shifting focus in needed to get conservatives on but further away, it and force a choice, quite often, the board. now they need more mp5 but november, they said they wanted to concentrate more on china. we can they also need public opinion to can quickly disappear. winner is, don't know, in a two an uphill task but one never wants that's just part of the challenge to say never. that will really be horse race. there is room there. a hear more now. thank you forjoining full behind them. it is probably too if someone is determined down to what types of remedies the early tojudge what to illegally fly a drone merging parties can put on the table full behind them. it is probably too early to judge what the public and whether that will be enough to third of conservative domain is reaction to this is but in terms of believed theresa may is doing a bad near or into an airport. the trend of polling, what is the us. laura ashley, how can they turn things around. again, the cma reassure i nvesto rs us. laura ashley, how can they reassure investors that all is well? broad view among voters, their sense most drones can fly at more than 60 mph on pre—programmed flights, is due to report with its final job, a bad job. of loyalty towards conservative and believed theresa may is doing a bad job, a badjob. those believed theresa may is doing a bad so, detecting them, tracking them, job, a bad job. those two groups are i think there is clearly a situation and countering them, if necessary, 10% of the publishing and won't win labour? per ticket to lee is anything but straightforward. findings in april, so not long to here of excess capacity, they said
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an election. it could make a they were closing 40 stores in the difference in constituencies which uk to focus more on asia, so perhaps could be the foundation for more conservative and labour. -- persuade. are one of the things the that strategy will convince particularly. now impose they get from november, all drones will have growth. the key -- stb argued their to be registered, and if you fly investors they are on a better around 80% of the vote. one, you will have to do cma were suggesting that one of the footing, however it is hard to be particularly. now impose they get around 8096 of the vote. so they are some online training. really optimistic here, even in a today, the aviation minister said best hope was to do it isn't showing still solid? they get people drones exclusion zones around supporting them but do they airports will be expanded from one kilometre to five kilometres solutions might be to lose one of in the next election and there would sort of turbulent retail landscape, emotionally connect with them in the the brands altogether, so it could be enough of them to influence way they once did? i would argue from the middle of next month. laura ashley has been harder hit even see the end of asda or than most. i am afraid there will be not. when you ask people who would sainsbury's altogether. and that is politics. now they can influence that will help people why she is perhaps sounding understand that if anyone pessimistic that this might be done politics. now they can influence politics because the conservatives a harder bard to reassure investors make the best prime minister between is flying a drone in that area, by the end of april or at all. and for the high streets, it is a they are not doing so legally don't have a majority. 38 years ago theresa may and jeremy corbyn, quite further setback i'm afraid. that was and that should help the police four in ten private companies that when people left the sdp, the often the answer is i don't know. in their investigation. we are also boosting the campaign have published their latest gender electoral system did for them. they laura ashley, a share price that did to ensure that people pay gap are reporting wider gaps there is definitely room there. a than they did last year, quite well was lloyds, up almost 5%, are aware of the rules. according to bbc analysis. only got 20 mp5. after they said they put aside £750 third of conservative remain as we have been talking about it for believe theresa may is doing a bad some time. this is the median pay and we're also going electoral system did for them. they job and a third of labour remain as to bring in a drones only got 20 mps. 700,000 votes was bill later this year the difference between the sdp million for ppi. absolutely, the which is going to expand gap, taking a middle ranking man and police powers to help them alliance and labour in 1983, yet the believe jeremy corbyn job and a third of labour remain as middle ranking women and looking at believejeremy corbyn is doing a bad in their investigation. job. you add a group together and it that will allow them to land their pay and discovering the pay main point of focus here is on difference was three figures in is 10% of the population, but it and seize the drone, and also terms of seats. to overcome that is expanding the use of stop gap was getting larger. not us! no! buy— back, about £1.75 and search powers. could make a difference in certain after the disruption at gatwick main point of focus here is on buy—back, about £1.75 billion of just before christmas, buy— backs announced. together with constituencies, that could begin to all major airports have been working it is different to unequal pay, extraordinarily difficult. they need on their procedures and systems the dividend yield, over 5%, it adds be the foundation for more growth. influence at the dispatch box rather to detect and possibly even combat drones. if we point the device paying a man or a woman less than up the dividend yield, over 5%, it adds the stb formed an alliance with the at the drone... than the ballot box. using their up tojust under the dividend yield, over 5%, it adds up to just under 10% this nottinghamshire their gender equivalent, because the dividend yield, over 5%, it adds up tojust under 10% cash return the dividend yield, over 5%, it adds company also hopes the law thatis their gender equivalent, because that is illegal, they found there mp5, hoping to become a formidable up to just under 10% cash return for liberals used to argue that their will change so their equipment, best hope was to do a decent showing which jams the signal has been an increase since gender shareholders, quite substantial, so
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pay became an issue. it is electoral block in parliament in in the next general election, there a drone needs to operate, unsurprisingly the share prices can be used more widely. would be enough of them to influence gatwick has prompted a rethink. what is a very close house of reacted favourably. its capital politics. now they can influence paradoxical but part of the problem ratio looks quite strong, no wonder the data suggest is that a lot of commons. then that the regulator has given politics. now they can influence politics because the conservatives gatwick, for me, was a deliberate act, and something that we've not women are clustered in these junior let us leave politics for a few do not have a majority, but 38 years then that the regulator has given the go—ahead for this to take place. seen anywhere before, roles, so the mobility upwards is minutes. a significant fall on the ftse100, ago when people left the end it was not only in uk but anywhere quite hard to achieve overnight. we young people in the uk are more in the world, so, it was likely to die from asthma really well planned, can hear more about it with chloe, than those in other wealthy not using standard sainsbury's, after the commissions 296 ago when people left the end it was commercial drones. countries, a new report has found. 2% less than labour. so, if you've got a deliberate gender equality director at the adversary who really knows business and the community. thank the nuffield trust compared and markets authority said they have the wellbeing of young people in 19 and markets authority said they have a problem with this tie—up with ago when people left the end it was 296 less than labour. is that still about the technology and can apply countries, and found britain also it in a way to cause harm, asda. may yes, the cma has taken a the danger? 7000 votes was the you forjoining us. do you think had the highest rates of then, it is very, very teenage obesity in europe. john owen reports. more muscular approach on this case, difficult to combat that. thatis you forjoining us. do you think that is the case, progressing these difference in 1983. yet the the boss of one regional airport women from junior roles upwards is effectively lowering the threshold young people in the uk that the merger would be a problem difference in 1983. yet the difference was three figures in told me there is now a protocol the challenge? the gender pay gap terms of seats. they have to can be explained by a range of are making healthier lifestyle for competition, in a total of 629 so the military can be reasons, one of the main ones is the ove rco m e terms of seats. they have to overcome that. i would imagine in called in, if necessary. choices than ever before, the short term the emphasis has to but those in charge of regulating fa ct reasons, one of the main ones is the fact that women still shoulder the but compared to other high—income local areas i believe. here the countries such as germany, the aviation industry say the us and australia, be on getting influence at the it is a balance between safety, britain is still underperforming dispatch box rather than at the and enabling the huge potential bulk of carrying responsibilities. interesting from the cma's that drones can offer. until men and women are able to on several crucial measures. commentary and its ruling is that ballot box, so using those mp5, share care more equally through hoping to get more to become a they have effectively raised the bar the nuffield trust study, formidable electoral block in it is notjust airlines, drones can pa re ntal share care more equally through parental leave packages and uptake which compared the uk to 18 for divestitures, both raising the pose a risk to helicopters and better flexible working, we will other wealthy countries, and light aircraft as well, found that britain has one parliament in what is a very close but also they have of the highest rates practical considerations as well as a right to be in the airspace the difficulty of finding a suitable house of commons. there is more not get to equality. how much of it that they have a right to be in. buyer, that is robust and large media now meaning there are more of deaths from asthma amongst ways of them to get their messages isa not get to equality. how much of it is a problem at a grassroots level? it is about sharing the air properly enough to buy what would need to be it is also a problem that women are 10— to—2a—year—olds and also has worryingly high levels of obesity, sold off, in terms of assets. so i across. the sdp were reliant on and safely.
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most drones are a trend which is thought programmed not to fly concentrated in certain lower paying to be getting worse. near an airport. think there is a high likelihood but the technology the really important finding for us nightly tv bulletin, radio and is quickly evolving. drone technology industries but also lower paying was that where we do less well this may not go through. sainsbury newspapers, so they will be on is quickly evolving. those in charge of airport security roles. it is important employers are in the long—term conditions that are playing catch—up. tom burridge, bbc news, ta ke roles. it is important employers take the steps they can take to people start to get in their teens is sir share price has reacted to social media, on continuous news and early 205, they're going to live in nottinghamshire. close the pay gap and there are with all their lives, channel like ours, the radio indeed a lot of things they can do stations, they will be bombarding back to the story of shamima begum. and they are things like asthma, that. and time is of the essence, to close the pay gap. you mentioned diabetes, lifetime conditions that people with e—mails and tweets and the family of the london will affect their outcomes all of that. how do you catalyse teenager shamima begum, they have until the end of april. who wants to return to the uk when they're older. but it's not all bad news. that? is there any evidence where we after living with the islamic state about maternity leave and thank you forjoining us today. group in syria, says it acknowledging the death to cases lose interest in things quickly that will challenge the decision shall we have a look at the markets? to revoke her british citizenship. some women might face. —— the the family's lawyers says you can sustain that? sustaining is trends in smoking and alcohol i was just shall we have a look at the markets? i wasjust thinking shall we have a look at the markets? the 19—year—old has never had difficulties. how can companies consumption amongst british people i was just thinking muscular a bangladeshi passport and is not have improved in recent years regulators and whether they have difficult. you need people to a dual citizen. accept that? i think the first but whitehall officials insist that and we have some of the lowest rates delivered a knockout blow. muscular perform in front of the camera that shamima begum has not been "left has already proved to be if not stateless". of deaths from road traffic and knock out, they are great words. simonjones reports. accidents when compared to other rich countries. certain then a wobble for some she wants to return home, but she's members! but also realistically if been told she is not welcome. nonetheless, according there you go, the sainsbury's share shamima begum says she is to this report at least, price, 18.5%. you want to catalyse, you have to shocked and heartbroken things to do is to make sure that the overall picture for the health there you go, the sainsbury's share by the government's decision. price, 18.596. that is a heck of a the east londoner remains and well—being of young people drop in one day. that could be as play the game of modern politics and in a refugee camp in syria. men and women have the same in the uk is pretty bleak. that means you need a leader. chuka she joined the islamic state group when she was 15, opportunities to be carers and women the department of health says it far as it falls, we just don't know. umunna has been almost culminated as should not have to choose between but has now fled fierce fighting, wants children to have the best and hasjust given birth. being a carerand start in life and is taking action we will have to see how investors should not have to choose between being a carer and having a career. the de facto leader, but would he i just want forgiveness, to help people live longer really, from the uk. it is really important they allow and healthier lives. feel. the pound against the dollar, actually be the best person? do they everything i've been john owen, bbc news. through, i didn't expect women to do flexible working and men that has been doing quite well this need someone else? and all of this as well. it is also important they i would go through that. week, but today after we saw those could change massively over the next she's been accused of showing no conduct equal pay so they are not few days. this is a huge fluid remorse after she equated the children killed three tory conservative mp5 defect in the manchester bombing two years having different pay. and finally it just before christmas, there was so situation. we are discussing now ago with people being bombed to this independent party, we did
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could be rendered irrelevant in the by coalition forces in is—held is important that all the pay much chaos at gatwick because of see a drop in the pound against the next few days or could become areas of syria. repeated siting of drones. now, the dollar, so that was interesting to all—important next few days or could become all—importa nt but we next few days or could become all—important but we do not know. are you sure that shamima promotion and progression processes watch. things related to brexit, it next few days or could become all—important but we do not knowlj hesitate to use the word... they begum won't be left stateless, home secretary? are transparent and fair. we can talk about this all day, thank you does have an impact against the government has announced no—fly pound against the dollar, so it will the home secretary says his zones government has announced no—fly zones affecting drones will be priority is the safety for joining talk about this all day, thank you need to find momentum, a momentum of and security of britain. forjoining us. charlotte, thank you be interesting to see what happens. introduced and extended to prevent a their own, presence that is wider very much. a quick look at markets. similar incident. ministers want vishala, thank you for being with us. that is just about it from the than a relatively small group of deprivation is a powerful tool that pleased to have more search powers. parliamentarians. momentum is hugely can only be used to keep the most afternoon live team today, huw edwards will be here with the news important in politics. they have dangerous individuals out of this been able to maintain that so far country, and we do not use it at 5pm, i will be back tomorrow, now you are as bad as simon, he is away and now new mp5, can they finish trying to get rid of me. the ftse the weather with matt taylor. a bit lightly. when someone turned their strongly at the end of the week? if backs on the fundamental values and it goes into next week and they supports terror, they do not have an 100 in positive territory, one of don't have any more mp5, will that the biggest fall as today was automatic right to return to the uk. grey and damp for some of you but film a drone with a drone, in order to deprive someone sainsbury's, down 15% but that and it's easy to spot. over the next few days a bit of bea don't have any more mp5, will that be a stumbling block? possibly. but of their british citizenship, doesn't appear to have shaken the tropical caribbean weather is the home secretary needs to be but further away, it heading our way. monday, this dome it is too early to say. we can look satisfied that it's conducive markets too much. talking about the can quickly disappear. that's just part of the challenge to history and the polls, but this to the public good, and that they've if someone is determined conducted themselves in a manner sterling against the dollar later to illegally fly a drone of warm airwill heading our way. monday, this dome of warm air will be transported is uncharted territory. i'm sure seriously prejudicial today. charlotte, thank you very near or into an airport. towards us, pushing on across all they have been looking at polling. i to the interests of the uk. parts as we finish the week, and most drones can fly at more than 60 have talked to a lot of defectors he must also be sure they are able to become much. mph on pre—programmed flights, so, lifting temperatures unseasonably over the years, particularly people a national of another country. warm conditions, we could see them the home office believes detecting them, tracking them, it's a location made and countering them, if necessary, peak around 17 degrees across parts shamima begum is eligible famous by the leonardo di is anything but straightforward. of eastern and north—western who are tb veterans, they talk about caprio film the beach. for bangladeshi citizenship, but, as maya bay in thailand became the trauma of leaving friends and as her mother is thought to be a tourist spot visited a bangladeshi national. family and all the rest of it. —— officials insist she will not by thousands every day, the environment suffered terrible damage and last autumn the beach scotla nd of eastern and north—western scotland and not quite be left stateless. record—breaking warmth, that was set was closed indefinitely. from november, all drones
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sdp. but what is the kind of her family is considering all legal jonathan head has been will have to be registered, backin to see how the fragile and if you fly one, you will have marine life is recovering. record—breaking warmth, that was set back in 1998 when the temperature avenues to contest the decision. to do some online training. got close to 20 degrees, but still unusualfor hard—headed sdp. but what is the kind of ha rd—headed calculation they got close to 20 degrees, but still unusual for the stage of the year. a sdp. but what is the kind of hard—headed calculation they will have needed to make about whether the next steps would be, i assume from the air, its beauty today, the aviation minister said bit of a contrast at the moment, they can turn this into something is breathtaking. drone exclusion zones around still grey skies but it is a bit that miss begum is going to appeal sheer limestone towers soaring out airports will be expanded from one of an impossibly turquoise sea. kilometre to five kilometres that will change politics? the against the decision a landscape so dazzling it starred to the special immigration from the middle of next month. damp and drizzly to what other parts appeals commission, and that process can be in a hollywood movie. calculation they are making is, can very, very lengthy. but the movie brought fame, that will help people understand of western england and wales, and complex. and popularity, so that the famous that if anyone is flying they influence the house of commons beach began to be crushed under temperatures as we finish the a drone in that area, afternoon around 11 or 12 degrees, around a brexit vote? that is the and one of the greatest problems the weight of visitors, they are not doing so legally numbering thousands each day. and that should help the police not quite tropical yet but still that i have with the system in their investigation. above where they should be at the immediate short—term impact that is that much of the evidence we are also boosting the campaign they hope to achieve. if they can moment, aided and abetted by against an individual to ensure that people achieve that, they can use that as are aware of the rules. is in closed procedures, strengthening southwest winds, which will be with us in tonight. further the basis... the foundation for meaning that neither miss begum nor her lawyers will have access and we're also going to bring growth further down the line, but in a drones bill later this year patchy rain across the central to it, or will be able the first and foremost priority for to challenge it in open court. which is going to expand police swathe of the country and then powers to help them developing a bit more across the eve ryo ne the first and foremost priority for everyone involved, and as you in their investigation. mention discovers a whole range of gladbach before we cross the maya bay, that will allow them to land west and into south—western scotland the question of citizenship is a sometimes there are more than 200 and seize the drone, different views and opinions, later. here are a bit of a chilly matter for the british authorities, boats inside the bay, and also expanding the use of stop brexit. whether that means a second and search powers. the small bay that you see. after the disruption at gatwick night, temperatures in rural areas referendum, and enter entirely, according to the bangladeshi foreign just before christmas, and it doesn't look like a bay, all major airports have been working secretary. mrs begum has said she could get cold enough for a touch of staying in the single market, that it looks like a floating market on their procedures and systems or something like that. to detect and possibly frost but for most a mild enough remains to be seen but they want to may try for citizenship via her they disturb the sand area, even combat drones. start to thursday morning. lots of if we point the device hold the balance of power when it dutch husband. any bill could take some of them anchoring in the coral. at the drone... cloud first thing, patchy drizzle, a comes to that decision. fascinating so all of that makes yea rs dutch husband. any bill could take years so this refugee camps is this nottinghamshire likely to remain her home for the coral in maya bay in a very serious condition. company also hopes the law bit damp across western areas, like stuff. i know we will talk to you in foreseeable future. we followed a team from the national parks department, will change so their equipment, rain or drizzle to begin with and the days and weeks ahead. let me who had come to see how well which jams the signal there will still be one or two spots a drone needs to operate, through the day. for the most, a dry bring you an update on the big story authorities now say one person died, can be used more widely. and three people were injured, gatwick has prompted a rethink. day with increasing amounts of hazy in an avalanche at a popular resort the marine life is recovering. of the day, which is defections from ski resort in the swiss alps. sunshine running through and
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the police have called gatwick, for me, was a deliberate temperatures already on the rise. the conservative party at off their search for any further so we're about to go westminster to join the new survivors after tonnes of snow act, and something that we've not around the moray firth and eastern poured down on to the slopes at into the water here at maya bay. seen anywhere before, parts of england, 17 degrees, independent group of mp5. three this is one of the divers, not only in uk but anywhere cra ns—monta na yesterday afternoon. in the world, so, it was this report from imogen who is checking on the health really well planned, conservatives, anna soubry, heidi foulkes contains images of the coral that they've replanted clearer skies into friday could mean you may find distressing. not using standard some fog across parts of central, alan and sarah wollaston have all here ever since they shut it down. commercial drones. it began as a perfect mostly, we saw only so, if you've got a deliberate south—eastern england to begin with. dead and broken coral. adversary who really knows this is the damage done by years that will gradually shift. a bit of left, and they have said basically day in the mountains. of uncontrolled tourism. about the technology and can apply the new coral is embedded that they think the conservatives it in a way to cause harm, back in the bay floor. then, it is very, very clout, northern ireland most likely have been infiltrated by anti—eu good snow, sunny skies it will need many years to mature. to see some rain at times, but lots and with the half—term holidays difficult to combat that. campaigners, they believe what they across europe, thousands but already there are visible improvements. the boss of one regional airport of sunshine on friday and call the tolerant module open of families out skiing. told me there is now a protocol temperatures in a few spots till 17 yes, we have 60 sharks and then, the unthinkable. so the military can be called hearted party has disappeared, and and in the nursery we have at least in, if necessary. may be 18 degrees. at the weekend, but those in charge of regulating have urged the prime minister to three mother sharks, the aviation industry say listen more from... to them as a it is a balance between safety, we will be dragging the air all the that roar in the background, and enabling the huge potential the start of a huge way up from africa. that means a avalanche. had a baby born in the bay. that drones can offer. better chance especially in eastern group since there are 11 of them now areas of some sunshine, a bit of it is notjust airlines, clout in the west may threaten some than to the dup, and pointing out they are bigger than the drones can pose a risk showers but it stays on the pretty parliamentary party the liberal to helicopters and light aircraft mild side at least to begin with. a watch again as tonnes of snow pour democrats. —— moderate. let's see if as well, but also they have a right touch cooler to start with next week down onto the marked slope. to be in the airspace before temperatures may rise yet first reports suggested that they have a right to be in. again. up to a dozen people were buried. the initial closure was for four it is about sharing the air space we can talk now to our political properly and safely. months, now it's indefinite. most drones are programmed not to fly near an airport. correspondent. these were earlier a massive rescue operation there is a plan for the boats but the technology was launched, and police is quickly evolving. warned that this was to dock on the other side drone technology pictures as they arrived to a new is quickly evolving. those in charge of airport security of the island, for tourists to walk are playing catch—up. to the beach. tom burridge, bbc news,
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conference accompanied by their in truth, no one really knows how labour colleagues. let's talk to our a very serious incident. to balance the preservation of this fragile landscape with the desire political correspondence was back at of millions to see it. in nottinghamshire. that news conference and she has one jonathan head, bbc news, translation: the avalanche is 840 of those mp5 who has left the metres long and 100 metres wide, a00 conservative party today. metres of snow hit time for a look at the weather. the ski slope directly. maya bay, southern thailand. of those mp5 who has left the conservative party todaylj of those mp5 who has left the conservative party today. i have sarah wollaston with me. tell me despite rescuers arriving quickly on the scene, at this moment, there are four injured including one whose life is in danger, and three what your overriding feeling at the others with less serious injuries. there may be something warmer absolutely stunning, isn't it? but heading our way. this aeroplane was rescuers continued moment is, having made this to work all right. momentous step. it has been a really but they found no one else. don't worry, it looks like you might crossing from los angeles to the uk difficult decision. it is absolutely the right thing to do. i had to ask not have to travel very far to enjoy on monday, a little bit quicker the police say that no one has been reported some good weather. if not today it myself three questions, what i now missing, they now hope may be coming very soon. matt taylor. we ramped up the spring feel because it encountered a livelyjet be joining the conservative party in that strea m because it encountered a livelyjet stream above the skies, in excess of the four people pulled from the snow weather—wise, in terms of sunshine 2009 if it looked like it looks and wants, but out there, plenty of yesterday were the only ones to be today? i am afraid the answer is no, trapped. 250 miles an hour giving a bumpy cloud around, outbreaks of rain, but this morning came the sad news it has changed, it has moved to the that one of the injured, especially across northern england, flight. 250 miles an hour giving a bumpy flight. giving an equivalent and wales, and western parts of a 3a—year—old frenchman working scotland, the odd spot of drizzle speak of 100 miles an hour for a right, being driven by the demands in the ski patrol service, had died in hospital. elsewhere, temperatures dropping a of the erg and the dup and ukip little bit as we head into the the search has now been called off. time. —— airspeed of 800 miles an evening, through tonight, central entries, and i'm afraid it is not swathes of the country, thicker and an official tackling many of the really investigation has begun. cloud and drizzle, and some western important issues that the prime minister pledged to tackle on the hour. there are serious coasts and hills. many becoming dry that links into what will happen steps of downing street. you were questions over how such a over the next few days. it has been massive snow slide into the morning, clearer skies talking about brexit, the erg are could ever hit a marked across the north—east of scotland slope, especially when and the lowest of temperatures, a
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the pro—brexit, but that does not mean touch of frost, for most of you, a so ferocious, giving big contrasts risk of avalanche had fairly cloudy start, more in the they are running the party. why do in temperature. the bigger the you say that? what evidence do you been assessed as low. west, a lot of that fades away through the day, much of the contrast, the faster the jet stream. have? repeatedly what we are seeing afternoon will be dry, increasing now, it's time for a look is policy being driven by their amounts of hazy sunshine coming through on the south—west wind and a demands. we saw the prime minister at the weather, with matt taylor. that will tap into the caribbean real boost in temperatures, around coming to the dispatch box last week the moray firth, eastern parts of warmth. i cannot bring you that. saying we will go for a no—deal brexit if we cannot get our deal england, 17 celsius, 63, fahrenheit. hello, we ramp up the springlike you can get that kind of thing in through. despite having had votes in paignton in devon. parliament that made it clear feel in terms of sunshine and the fine conditions continue into parliament that made it clear the weekend too. a little bit of warmth is heading parliament does not want to deliver our way. this is pushing towards our warmth. out there, plenty of a no—deal brexit. many of us feel sunshine, and outbreaks of rain. the that no deal would have such old spots of drizzle elsewhere. catastrophic consequences for the constituencies that we represent temperatures peaking at 13. tonight, that no responsible government should do that and take us over the shores, thursday and friday, you the central square you will see some could say a little bit of caribbean cliff. in less than 40 days' time drizzle. and across western coasts weather will be coming our way, when we are completely unprepared for that and we can already see some unseasonably warm. north wales comic and hills. many becoming dry in the of those consequences unfolding. do morning. the lowest temperatures may you think this group now of 11 mp5 eastern england, temperatures could can be more thanjust peak up to 18. —— north wales, you think this group now of 11 mp5 meana can be more than just a you think this group now of 11 mp5 can be more thanjust a disparate morning. the lowest temperatures may mean a touch of frost. a fairly collection of mp5 who are angry cloudy start. a lot of that fades about the party they used to belong to? can you be more than that? this eastern england.
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away during the day. increasing hazy isa group to? can you be more than that? this is a group of people that have spent no complaints compared to what we time talking to each other over how sunshine. and a boost in have at the moment. it has been a we can fix the chaos of brexit, so temperatures, up to 17 celsius. a grey day. outbreaks of rain falling. we can fix the chaos of brexit, so we have been having conversations around that. and being in rooms with this was the scene in wiltshire. people you realise share your values little bit more even on friday with some heavy rain across northern because this is what it is all increasing sunshine. the five england, north wales. temperatures, about. we hope over time that we conditions continued into the will develop a new political party, weekend. not chilly out there but still a bit but that's the next step. this is damp. and that wind coming in from a very early days. we know there are south—westerly direction. many mps from across the political spectrum that would like to join us tonight, there will be patchy rain. so we are opening a spectrum that would like to join us lots of cloud to begin with. clearer so we are opening a huge invitation to them saying, if you share our values, come and join us. do you weather across the north—east of think any of them will? yes, i do, winglet —— scotland. temperatures and particularly if the prime minister continues down this path of de facto taking us over the cliff low enough for a touch of frost. for edge, many more will, certainly from most, a mild start to thursday. the conservative side. if though the plenty of cloud. the journey home prime minister came back with a deal on it were to get to parliament, where does that leave this group? will be better. most places become does this not pull the rug from dry. across the southern half of the underneath? this is notjust about
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country, increasing hazy sunshine. brexit. it is notjust driven by brexit. it is notjust driven by brexit but driven by the direction temperatures up to the teens in most the conservative party is heading m, m a areas. the conservative party is heading in, in a direction we feel it no longer fits with the values that we peaking at 17. friday, a subtle stood on as members of parliament, shift in wind direction. early and what we see now in the labour morning fog expected which will site is the labour party being clear. some rain in northern driven to a really extreme fringe ireland. the odd shower further and the issues around anti—semitism north. for most, sunny, temperatures that poison the party to the core and many labourmps that poison the party to the core and many labour mps i know in the still in the high teens. heart of hearts know they cannot retreat that situation with the high—pressure at the weekend will move eastwards allowing us to bring labour party, and we hope they will join us as well. airfrom a different move eastwards allowing us to bring air from a different direction from the canaries and africa. still dual you want a second referendum. feeding in some warmth. still find the last thing the country needs now this weekend. only a few showers in the west. and next week, the dry isa the last thing the country needs now is a general election or more by—elections, what the country needs weather will continue, temperatures is for the prime minister to put a rising again on tuesday. deal, the only realistic brexit deal, the only realistic brexit deal, to the public, and to give the public a chance for themselves to
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weigh up the evidence, the risks and the and ask themselves is this the brexit they voted for in the referendum, or would they rather stick with the deal that we have? we will be supporting the peter kyle amendment that will be coming in the next week, which will be saying we can help you get your deal through parliament, prime minister, if you make it conditional on obtaining the valid consent of the british people. and instead of pandering to the erg and the dup, the prime minister could recognise she could get her dior through by talking to the moderates on both sides of the house who are prepared to help her get her deal through but only if she makes it conditional on that valid consent. but isn't it right the prime minister is listening to those brexiteers in her party, you all stood on manifestos that said you agree with leaving the eu? we didn't agree with leaving the eu? we didn't agree with leaving the eu? we didn't agree with a hard brexit and a bad deal and that is the point here, we we re deal and that is the point here, we were promised a great deal, if you remember, all those promises about deals being ready the second after
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midnight, that britain would hold all the cards, all those unrealistic promises, instead of actually setting out very clearly to people that there would be trade—offs and compromises, and none of those trade—offs and compromises were there during the referendum campaign, soi there during the referendum campaign, so i think it is right that everyone has the chance to weigh up the evidence, notjust mps, but all of the public, look at brexit, warts and all, and so is this really what you wanted to do because the consequences will last for generations, and we very strongly believe this is about valid consent. finally, did the prime minister try and persuade you to stay in her party? where we have many friends throughout the conservative party all of us, who have been contacting us over recent days but we have had no contact from the prime minister or from the whip's office to try and persuade us to stay and i think that is a shame, i think it speaks volumes for the fa ct i think it speaks volumes for the fact there is much more interest in what the right thing —— right wing of the party want, and actually
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moving away from that moderate tolerant centre ground, which is the party that we alljoined many years ago. thank you, that is the view from one of the latest recruits to this new independent group of mp5. they say the odds are stacked against them but they felt they had to try to do something. moore from vicki young at westminster in the course of the afternoon. time to talk to matt taylor about the weather prospects. you have a very large plane, but outside i think it is worth staying at home, isn't it? it is, half term across many parts of the country at the moment, it is raining for some, so if you puzzle is going on, we have our own weather puzzle for the rest of the week, first the plane. monday evening, a plane coming from los angeles to the uk, it was about 50 minutes earlier than normally scheduled because it encountered a 250 mph jet stream. than normally scheduled because it encountered a 250 mphjet streamlj wonder if that was a bumpyjourney.
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i bet it was, an apparent wind speed relative to the ground of 800 mph. it got to quickly and it is the first part of the puzzle. that has been fired up by big temperature differences between the us and canada, —23 across parts of plus 27 across parts of florida, so the bigger the contrast, the bigger that jet stream flows. that will tap into a bit of caribbean warmth. you don't need to spend your money on flights over there because it is coming our way. it will pick up a bit of that warm air across the caribbean, there is the jet stream, that little bump of warm air pushing its way towards us of warm air pushing its way towards us at the moment and over the next couple of days that will be right across the uk. it has been modified as it has gone across the atlantic, cooled a little bit but it does bring some unseasonable warmth to our shores for tomorrow and friday in particular. some of you after seeing cloud and rain today will see some sunshine, temperatures peaking around 17 or 18 degrees, not quite
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record—breaking, they stand close to 20 degrees set in 1998 but a fairly similar weather pattern across the uk. they contrast to what we have at the moment. it is a bit grey out there across many areas, rain has fallen across many western part so far today and will continue through the rest of this afternoon. a case of sit and hold tight because things will get better. wales and northern england see some of the heaviest bursts of rain, north—east scotland sunshine, south—east a bit of brightness breaking through but by the end of the afternoon, temperatures will drop a little bit but still above levels they should be. we have the self to south—westerly wind developing which will steadily bring ever warmer air our way. that starts tonight, the exception across parts of north—east scotland, clearer skies could reach a touch of frost, still some rain or drizzle across the atlantic, temperatures away from the north—east of scotland not dropping much lower than six or 7 degrees for the vast majority, some staying in double figures throughout the night. we go into tomorrow on a cloudy
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start, patchy rain here and there particularly in the west, most places becoming dry through the day. the busiest conditions in the west, further is lighter winds, increasing hazy sunshine developing across many southern and eastern parts, and those cabbages by —— temperatures by tomorrow afternoon, we could see 17 degrees. by friday, a shift in wind direction, clearerskies, much more sunshine, we start with some mist and fog across the south—west corner. northern ireland could see some rain, may be the far western fringes of scotland but for most a dry sunny afternoon and a pretty warm one for the time of year, 17 or 18 celsius not out of the question. the fine conditions continue in the weekend, in doing so, while we are holding weather fronts at bay, we will also be dragging our air up
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from africa. it won't quite have the tropical warmth we will see from thursday through friday but even to the weekend, temperatures into the teens to begin with, dropping off a bit into the start of next week. if you are on half term, you could see them now to sport. damianjohnson. city still on course for a quartet of trophies, can we expect a struggling german side to stop them though? city will be overwhelming favourites to go through to the quarterfinals against schalke in the first leg which is tonight in germany. shelter finished second in the bundesliga last year, but as you suggest they have struggled for form this season. city's manager has urged his side to focus on themselves rather than the opposition. if we want to go through, we have to have incredible personality and charisma for ourselves to play in the bigger stages of the champions league to do it. that is what we have to try to
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do. but we are confident. we arrive with many dreams and our head to do a good competition. england's preparations for the world cup later this year, we are talking cricket here, step up a notch this afternoon with the start of their one—day series in the west indies. despite being the number one side in this format of the game, captain eoin morgan does not expect to see them amassing huge scores in the caribbean. wickets tend to be slow, may be a bit uneven, or perhaps have some bounce on them. that unpredictability does not breed a high—scoring game. i think that brings the two teams closer together. and equally the very strong side they have put out will be tough to put up against. you can follow the whole odi series via the bbc website. after each day's play you can download the test match
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special podcast. things got heated between british boxer anthony joshua and his american challengerjarrell miller during a news conference at madison square garden. the pairface each other for real in new york on the 1st ofjune. miller can't punch, he hasn't got that much of the good work rate. i have done my stats and facts, i can throw more output punches than miller. he is an ex kick boxer, he hasn't done anything asa kick boxer, he hasn't done anything as a fighter. he is coming up against a true fighter so we will see what happens, and that is why i don't think he can beat me on his worst day. terms have been agreed for britain's anthony crolla to fight vasily levchenko in los angeles in april. it will be crolla's first bout in the u s. the ukrainian has won the world crown at featherweight, super featherweight and lightweight, as well as two gold
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medals. in the olympics. richard kilty has been giving a special invite to the european indoors in glasgow despite not being selected by british athletics on sunday. he won the 60 metre title in 2017 but failed to meet the qualifying time set by british athletics at the weekend. the former world indoor champion is currently recovering from serious injury. he says he has been struggling mentally for a couple of days since the announcement, but now it feels phenomenal to get the chance to retain the title. england wing jonny may says team—mates owen farrell and george ford have taught him as much about rugby as any coach. mae scored 12 tries in his last tests, including four already in this year six nations championship. george has been massively helpful for me since not just being here been massively helpful for me since notjust being here but since i have signed for leicester. him and people like owen, there are not many people who know the game better than those
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quys who know the game better than those guys do and i get to spend a lot of time with those two, and having george at the club now, i go to him to talk about my game as much as i would any other coach. weight looking forward to the weekend, that is all of the sport for now. thank you very much. our main story on afternoon live is the conservative mp5 who have resigned from their party over brexit and what they call the tory‘s lurch to the right, anna soubry, sarah wollaston and and i hope we will they will be joined by a ninth, rather the eighth labour mp, in the centre of the picture, joan ryan, labourmpfor centre of the picture, joan ryan, labour mp for enfield north, joining trico owner and others who left the labour party at the beginning of the week. there are now three conservatives who have joined them. vicki young is at their news conference, and she has another one of them. yes, and they are making the point that the grouping now with
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11 mp5 is larger than the democratic unionist party, who of course hold the balance of power. but of course nobody knows what the future holds for this group. let's find out if someone has an idea. heidi allen is with me. what is the future for this group? can you be more thanjust with me. what is the future for this group? can you be more than just a collection of mp5 who have been pretty miserable with your own parties? i mean, monday and today are the beginning really. of course we want to grow, and there is a real sense that we will, but right now it is about understanding what the country wants. certainly early suggestions and the response we have had is that people are absolutely crying out for this, but we need to wait for more colleagues to join us, which i'm sure will happen in the coming weeks, and we want to grow in strength and strength from here. coming weeks, and we want to grow in strength and strength from harem feels that mainly what ties you together is being against brexit, is it about more than that? very much so. it about more than that? very much so. that is clearly what has brought us so. that is clearly what has brought us together because of this moment of national crisis, which has broken all of the existing rules, who you talk to, who you don't talk to,
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because we have come together, clinging to the driftwood, if you like, a sensible mps who want to make sure we don't fall off the edge ofa make sure we don't fall off the edge of a cliff with no deal. once we've been going through that process, we have found yourself thinking, we kind of agree about the same things, so kind of agree about the same things, so yes, this is very much bigger than brexit. lots of debate about policy areas but we start with the same values, that is what people out there are light, they are born with a set of values, very much in the ce ntre a set of values, very much in the centre ground. don't you need a leaderfor a start? centre ground. don't you need a leader for a start? where we will have a leader at some point, it is very early days, we didn't expect joan tojoin very early days, we didn't expect joan to join us very early days, we didn't expect joan tojoin us next very early days, we didn't expect joan to join us next week. very early days, we didn't expect joan tojoin us next week. we didn't know the rest of the labour group we re know the rest of the labour group were going to go, so we will get together in the next few days and come together as a group and start to put some structure around it but right now it is very, very exciting everyone hasjoined us so quickly. some will say there is a certain amount of hypocrisy, you are all campaigning for another referendum when it comes to brexit can you think that is the democratic thing to do, yet you are not willing to have by—elections to allow your own
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boat is to give their verdict on what you have done, which is of course a huge decision. yes, and it is something all of us have given a lot of thought to, because you don't do this sort of thing flippantly, but everyone has looked at themselves in the mirror and think, i haven't changed, the things i campaigned for, howl i haven't changed, the things i campaigned for, how i spoke to my constituents about europe for example, none of that has changed, it is the fact that the party, particularly on the conservative side regarding brexit, has been pulled away from us so rapidly that the party has left us, rather than the party has left us, rather than the other way round. the other big thing, really conscious, if we want to genuinely as a group change politics, really clean it up and offer the electorate something different, that is what the big parties are going to do. they will force us into by—elections before we are ready to suppress anything new being born, and we have to be really alert to that because this is an opportunity to create something better. but isn't theresa may right to speak and consult with the european research group. they are
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pro—brexit, but there are a large number in yourown pro—brexit, but there are a large number in your own party. what is wrong with her speaking to them? your manifesto talks about leaving the eu. there is absolutely nothing wrong with her talking to them, but she should be talking to all of us. and that has been the moment of the penny dropping for us, that none of us penny dropping for us, that none of us who represent remain constituencies, or have been pushing and suggesting a people's vote might bea and suggesting a people's vote might be a good solution, none of us. you know, justin greening, a recent ex cabinet minister, has not been asked by the prime minister for her opinion, and that just by the prime minister for her opinion, and thatjust tells us by the prime minister for her opinion, and that just tells us that it is notjust listening to the erg, she is controlled by the erg, and the worries of our constituents are no longer relevant to her. if there we re no longer relevant to her. if there were to be an election, you would not have any say over that, aren't you abandoning the fight? that is what some of your other colleagues would feel, that you should have stayed in and fought for what you thought was the right direction of
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the conservative party. and had we left tojoin the the conservative party. and had we left to join the independent group a year ago i would have said yes, no question, but the point is we have all been trying relentlessly. it might have been oliver letwin, one of our senior colleagues just re ce ntly of our senior colleagues just recently said they see no evidence whatsoever that the prime minister changing course. our voices are completely unheard and remain unheard. we have stayed for as long as we can, kept trying repeatedly to get the prime minister to listen to a different type of brexit option that the house i suspect would coalesce around, a soft one, but she has repeatedly refused to do that, and happy times do you do that before you say, i am wasting my time, i need to do something different. how confident are you there will be colleagues to join you? i spoke to one minister today who said they did not think there would be any willing to do what you have done. i disagree with that, like all these things come will tell, butjust like all these things come will tell, but just given the like all these things come will tell, butjust given the response i have had, as much as i have been
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able to keep up with my phone beeping at me, numerous colleagues understanding why i'm doing it, want to talk to me, the lib dems seem quite open, so i think the next few weeks will be really quite open. you think there is a possibility the lib dems mightjoin with you as an independent grouping? they are the ones who have a national profile. yes, i think rather than labelling groups, there can be mps in all parties actually tempted by our offering. the lib dems seem like a central natural fit if you like, but it isa central natural fit if you like, but it is a decision for every single mp to take, regardless of their party. thank you very much indeed, no one really knows what the future will hold. from monday to now, there seems to be this new grouping, 11 mp5 who insist that they can make a difference to british politics in the coming weeks and months. what was it harold wilson said? a week is a long time, we have only got to wednesday so far. who knows what is
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coming later in the week. the conservative mp is here. how big a challenge do they represent to the conservative party? in the short term, it is not going to change very much, because they weren't backing the conservative party anyway on the brexit vote, so it makes no difference at all. in the longer term, we will have to wait and see. lama term, we will have to wait and see. i am a student of history, and when you get people breaking off like this, it sometimes does have consequences, this, it sometimes does have consequences, although they are usually quite hard to predict so we will have to see what happens in the longer term. i have to say, i listen to that interview now with heidi allen, she stood in 2015 on a manifesto that said we would offer a referendum on europe. we won the election, we offer the referendum, we said we would respect the result, 2017, i don't know what she was saying to her constituents but our manifesto was clear, we said we
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would implement the result of that referendum. so i think if she was willing to stand twice for the conservative party on that policy in general elections, to turn round now and say i am not going to back it after all, i think why don't you go back to her constituents and see what they have to say about it. i heard them all saying they are doing it for their constituents, let's hear what their constituents want. that is always the standard response from parties when their mp5 defect but it almost never happens. douglas ca rswell but it almost never happens. douglas carswell and mark but it almost never happens. douglas ca rswell and mark reckless but it almost never happens. douglas carswell and mark reckless did actually stand again in by—elections. but these people are specifically citing the need for a people's vote, and saying they are doing this for their constituents because they want a people's vote. they have an opportunity, let's see how much support there is for a people's vote by holding a people's
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vote in those constituencies right now. is at your view then that politicians who leave their party, it fits the recall motion, but is at your view that in principle politicians who leave their party should go back to their constituents? they should certainly consider. if the conservative party had decided to do something that was not mentioned in any manifesto ever, i can't think of an example but some ludicrous policy no one had ever thought, labour always say we want to privatise the nhs, it is complete nonsense , we to privatise the nhs, it is complete nonsense, we don't want to do that, it would be a barking mad, ludicrous, insane idea that nobody in the conservative party has never suggested it but labour have been saying it since 1983. and it seems to have some currency. so surprising some barking mad person wanted to do that, i would some barking mad person wanted to do that, iwould not some barking mad person wanted to do that, i would not support a party that, i would not support a party that would privatise the nhs. of course there are times when you could leave a political party, but this was in the manifesto. we made that commitment in the manifesto
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twice, they stood on that manifesto and they are calling for a people's vote, let's have one, bring it on in their constituency. in a sense aren't you illustrating part of the problem here. that is... that is very unprofessional, i'm sorry. we have all been there, i will give you a chance to switch it off. it is off now. if that happened in school i would be sent out. we are not going to do that, we want to hear your view. what sarah wollaston said earlier, she said it is perfectly true we stood on the manifesto but it didn't say a no—deal brexit, it didn't say we will go for a hardest possible brexit, we will do something that in their view will endanger the economy, and therefore ina endanger the economy, and therefore in a sense they honourably stood on the manifesto but the policy has deviated from that. it hasn't, theresa may is looking to get a deal and she needs all sides of the conservative party to come together. lam very conservative party to come together. i am very much on the brexit wing, i have been associated with the erg, but i say we all need to compromise,
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andl but i say we all need to compromise, and i think that applies to labour mps as well and those who are walking off and doing their own thing at the moment. she is offering a deal which keeps us in the customs union for two years and then will maintain an arrangement that gives us maintain an arrangement that gives us all the benefits of being in the customs union. it is pretty much identical to what labour say they wanted in their manifesto as well. so really they ought to be backing it. can! so really they ought to be backing it. can i just so really they ought to be backing it. can ijust go back to some of the other points they were making? i heard heidi allen say the prime minister is not listening, i don't always agree with the prime minister but i don't accept that. she is willing to listen to any members of her party and in fact within the la st her party and in fact within the last three months, i can't remember when, i asked to see the prime minister on when, i asked to see the prime ministerona when, i asked to see the prime minister on a matter that didn't relate to brexit, i had a meeting that morning. in a sense, you are illustrating the point they made. her door is always open to backbench mps. in their letter of resignation which they sent to the prime minister, and this is why i say your
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point illustrates it, you are associated with european research group, there has been a dismal failure to stand up to the hardline erg which operates openly as a party within a party with its own leader, within a party with its own leader, wit and policy. she is listening to people like you, but if you forgive the expression, it is the tail wagging the dog, you don't represent in her view wagging the dog, you don't represent in herview main wagging the dog, you don't represent in her view main stream conservative opinion. but i am backing her deal. i have always voted for her deal. i don't think i have voted against the deal at any occasion. your collea g u es deal at any occasion. your colleagues have. a number have on all sides, yes, iaccept colleagues have. a number have on all sides, yes, i accept that, colleagues have. a number have on all sides, yes, iaccept that, but the first point, is she listening? she absolutely is on all sides of the conservative party. is her door open? yes it is, when i asked to go and see her, i had a meeting that morning, it was as quick as that, i don't say you would always get in that that quickly, but her door is always open to anyone and it is
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ludicrous for conservative mps to say they can't get in to see the prime minister, they can. how do you stop this becoming a tired, not a trickle? i think there are probably a few people in the conservative party unhappy with our policy on brexit, that is kind of obvious on all sides, but i think everyone will think what is the best way to achieve this? i understand some people are concerned about leaving the european union but they need to recognise they lost a referendum and that we are living in some form. i understand there are some people who would like the cleanest possible break from the european union, and my heart is with them, but my head says to me you have to listen to other voices as well. ijust hope people on all sides will recognise that a deal which isn't what everyone wants, is not perfect, it isa everyone wants, is not perfect, it is a compromise, will be the easiest way of getting this sorted out within the next month, and then we can move on and start discussing other things. there is a tempting thought, david davies, mpfor monmouth, thank you for being with
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us. we will pause there from the politics, plenty more don't worry after 3pm. now to somewhere a bit more relaxing, a location made famous by the leonardo dicaprio film the beach, it became a tourist spot visited by thousands every day and the environment suffered terrible damage. last autumn the beach was closed indefinitely. jonathan head has been to see how this fragile marine community is recovering. from the air, its beauty is breathtaking. sheer limestone towers soaring out of an impossibly turquoise sea. a landscape so dazzling it starred in a hollywood movie. but the movie brought fame, and popularity. so that the famous beach began to be crushed under the weight of visitors, numbering thousands each day. before we cross the maya bay,
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sometimes there are more than 200 boats inside the bay, the small bay that you see. and it doesn't look like a bay, it looks like a floating market or something like that. they disturb the sand area, some of them anchoring in the coral. so all of that makes the coral in maya bay in a very serious condition. we followed a team from the national parks department, who had come to see how well the marine life is recovering. so we're about to go into the water here at maya bay. this is one of the divers, who is checking on the health of the coral that they've replanted here ever since they shut it down. mostly, we saw only dead and broken coral. this is the damage done by years of uncontrolled tourism. the new coral is embedded back in the bay floor. it will need many years to mature. but already there are visible improvements.
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yes, we have 60 sharks and in the nursery we have at least three mother sharks, had a baby born in the bay. the initial closure was for four months, now it's indefinite. there is a plan for the boats to dock on the other side of the island, for tourists to walk to the beach. in truth, no one really knows how to balance the preservation of this fragile landscape with the desire of millions to see it. jonathan head, bbc news, maya bay, southern thailand. virtual reality may go some way but it's still not quite the same as being there, is it? now the weather prospects packed with matt taylor. we ramp up the springfield, weather—wise, over the next few days, in terms of sunshine and warmth, but —— the spring feel. the
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odd spot of drizzle. temperatures will peak at 12 or 13, dropping a bit as we head into the evening. through tonight, central swathes of the country, thick cloud and drizzle, and some light rain and drizzle, and some light rain and drizzle across western coasts and hills too, many becoming dry into the morning. a touch of frost in scotland. for most of you, a mild start, fairly cloudy, morning rain and drizzle here, more especially in the west, a lot of that fades away through the day, much will be dry, increasing hazy sunshine coming through on the south—west wind and a real boost in temperatures. eastern parts of england could hit 17 celsius, 63 fahrenheit. could be at those levels, if not more, as we go into friday, with increased amount of sunshine, and the fine condition continue into the weekend too.
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