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this is bbc news — below are set to change in england sources close to both leicester and hello, you're watching afternoon live. this is bbc news — our latest headlines: this is bbc news — those other our latest headlines. to save thousands more. celtic have confirmed to expect the i'm simon mccoy. theresa may tells mps stage when we have taken those other those through this house. as i say, theresa may tells mps today at 3: they will get to vote our latest headlines. on whether the uk can leave the eu they will get to vote theresa may tells mps theresa may tells mps the first aim of the government and on whether the uk can leave the eu switch to happen. a massive shock to they will get to vote without a deal in place. they will get to vote my first on whether the uk can leave the eu on whether the uk can leave the eu the first aim of the government and myfirstaim the first aim of the government and my first aim is to bring back a without a deal in place. without a deal in place. she says if her deal minute without that could support a she says if her deal the fans because brendan rodgers was is defeated then the brexit without a deal in place. she says if her deal deadline could be extended: command support across the house, is defeated then the brexit quite simply the most successful she says if her deal such as we are able to leave with a deadline could be extended. is defeated then the brexit is defeated then the brexit manager at this football club since deadline could be extended: the labour leader, jeremy corbyn, deadline could be extended: some high—profile managerial says the prime minister is taking deadline could be extended. deal. because the original eaves we a "grotesquely reckless" approach the labour leader, changes. a week or so ago brendan the legendary manager. he won jeremy corbyn, says but let me be clear. to the final stages of brexit, the prime minister is taking have within the political definition but let me be clear, i do not want accusing her of "stringing a "grotesquely reckless" approach people along". to the final stages i believe they have significant rodgers was saying his whole focus historic double trouble, on the way i do not want to see of brexit, accusing her of benefits on relation to issues such in other news, one of "stringing people along". to see article 50 extended, our was in celtic. he not interested in article 50 extended. the pope's former advisers, as customs. but also, provide for us in other news one of absolute focus should be on working toa our absolute focus an australian cardinal, becomes the most senior the pope's former advisers, to be able to have an independent moving to leicester but here we are historic double trouble, on the way to a triple trouble. what next for should be on working roman catholic to be convicted an australian cardinal, to get a deal and leaving on the this club? once confirmation comes becomes the most senior roman catholic to be a days to get a deal and leaving convicted of sexually trade policy and no free movement. i on the 29th of march. of sexually assaulting children. assaulting children. 29th of march. through, i expect neil lennon, the after labour announced think there is an important element of what people after labour announced it was prepared to back president trump arrives in vietnam it was prepared to back former club captain and manager will a new referendum, further claims a new referendum, further ahead of a second round of talks that the prime minister ta ke former club captain and manager will take control, at least until the end claims that the prime with the north korean is recklessly stalling for time. of the season. he had a successful minister is recklessly stalling for time. leader kim jong—un. iam glad this is not dithering, and the uk has experienced it's deliberate strategy sport now on afternoon live i am glad the prime minister has to run down the clock. with katherine downes. its warmest winter day finally recognised that if she can't stint and left in 2014 but for this leicester city have wasted no time since records began, in identifying who they want to be get her agreement through, we will clu b stint and left in 2014 but for this club and the fans, especially as in other news — the club's next manager. going to take a little while for the one of the pope's former advisers — need to extend article 50 to avoid for the second day running. news to sink in that the brendan an australian cardinal becomes the risk and disruption of no deal the most senior roman catholic to be rodgers is that year is over. just they do, the man in question seems convicted of sexually on march the 29th, but like many to know what he wants, brendan assaulting children. rodgers has been in the midlands to skip through the rest of today's others, i fear we willjust end up president trump arrives in vietnam — the high court has begun hearing ahead of a second round of talks a challenge to the worldwide here again at the end of any anonymity order given to one sports nose. eight full profile of with the north korean holding talks, he has been given extension, however long that will premier league fixtures ahead, four leader kim jong—un. of the two boys who murdered two be, because the prime minister won't matches tonight are meant as united india says it's year old james bulger
change course. she keeps talking travel to crystal palace tomorrow, conducted air—raids in merseyside in 1993. inside pakistani territory — an injunction against any united will be without nine of their publication of the new identities pakistan warns that it ofjon venables and robert thompson about the facts, but there are facts senior players including jesse will retaliate. permission to do so by celtic, who came into force out there that are different if she lingard and ole gunnar solskjaer coming up on afternoon live, he is currently managing for at the on their 18th birthdays. admits perhaps he returned a bit too moment. so it looks likely he will make the move down south of the richard lister is at would only open her eyes. isn't the all the sport with katherine downes. border back into the premier league, truth that she could her agreement meaning it neil lennon, a former the high court in central london. soon on sunday. in hindsight, maybe yes, it looks like it could be all celtic manager, could step in and through, if she changed her red he was eager, he was he ticked all ta ke celtic manager, could step in and take charge at least until the end change at celtic with brendan of the season. so it's all change just explain what is happening lines and worked across the house? rodgers possibly on his way to but many people are predicting that today. . yes, you gave the the boxes in training, i but maybe brendan rodgers would not make the leicester and that means neil lennon move until the end of the season, or, if she had the courage of her will be making a comeback to celtic until he's completed the treble to ta ke trouble of domestic titles that he will be making a comeback to celtic to take over at least until the end could wind up there in scotland. but background there in your intro, but convictions and put our withdrawal of the season, i have all the agreement back to the public. that's he was a couple of days too early details at half past. it seems that the law of the premier essentially, any media organisation but then again he was desperate to the way we break the brexit league has previous to strong as has is not allowed to publish any bea details, photographs, addresses, deadlock. the honourable lady knows but then again he was desperate to be a part of it. britain's 80 ball thanks katherine, and stav the money that leicester have at where they might be working, where they might be at any time, of the my answer in relation to putting the has won her first round match. their disposal compared to the has all the weather. budget is available at celtic. two individuals who were put in deal back to the public. i believe it is ourjob to respect the result thank you, yes, it's very warm, we prison for the murder of james of the referendum and to deliver on that. the others who wish to put broke all winter records across the —— the lure of leicester. the that. the others who wish to put uk with 21 celsius yesterday in that go back to the public against a johanna contra is an action later no deal, there are those who wish to western wales, it also reached 21, details. this has come as a huge shock to the bulger. they got out of the be back to the public against on. and roger federer needed three remaining in the european union, i higher across... where have all of clu b this has come as a huge shock to the institutions in 2001 and when they think remaining in the eu is not the sets to beat philip cole schreiber, club and that is that brendan right course for us to take, i think we re institutions in 2001 and when they were 18, these worldwide injunctions he took the deciding set, federer is those details in half an hour. came into force ensuring that we should be leaving the eu and the thanks stav. rodgers held talks with leicester best way to do that is with a deal. also coming up. further protection, no information city last night. sources close to about them could be published. what him and celtic have confirmed to me going for a 100th singles title. has happened is, some members of the they expect the switch to happen. a public trust in this institution is that's my old heart. bulgerfamily have
former sri lanka captain has been has happened is, some members of the bulger family have decided that low and falling, can i welcome the massive shock to fans because banned from cricket for two years, a heartfelt thank you: brendan rodgers was simply the most prime minister's statement that this the little boy whose life was saved by an organ donor — successful manager at this football government and party what on the after admitting to breaches of the clu b actually, it unfair to continue that now the law is set to change successful manager at this football club since the legendaryjock steen, in england to help thousands more. england can forjon venables. they international cricket council's he swept aside all before him argue there is order information referendum and we are committed to anti—corruption code. he failed about him on the internet that has getting a deal. can i buy colleagues who don't think this is perfect to not been shut down a raise. —— vote for it so we can move on and domestically, winning a double to... he reds retired seven years trouble and on the way to eat triple unfairto not been shut down a raise. —— unfair to continue that injunction. deliver what the british people they say he has not proved to be asked for. can i ask the prime trouble. what next for the club? ago, he is a former chairman of once confirmation comes through, i reformed, he is serving prison minister whether in the event the selectors. and three years ago house is to reject the deal again expect that neil lennon the former sentences for child pornography offences, and when this injunction which i hope it doesn't and to doctors feared she may never walk hello everyone — was first made it was on the manager will take control, at least this is afternoon live. reject no deal, can we use that until the end of the season. he had understanding that he —— they would again but british cyclist victoria the prime minister has made extension period to reach across the williamson will race for great a significant change housein to her brexit strategy a successful spell here already, he remain of good character and not get extension period to reach across the house in the spirit of the member britain at the world track cycling in the face of intense pressure for don valley, to look at from some members of her cabinet. left in 2014. but for this club and championships tomorrow. she broke in trouble again. for those reasons, her neck, back and pelvis during a she's told mps that if they reject her withdrawal deal next month for the fans, especially, some members of the bulgerfamilies variations, because we need to left in 2014. but for this club and forthe fans, especially, it's left in 2014. but for this club and for the fans, especially, it's going to ta ke are saying the injunction should be crash in the netherlands despite and they also vote against leaving for the fans, especially, it's going to take a while for the news to sink deliver a brexit in the interest of very, not lifted entirely but are numerous fractures, dislocations and the eu without an agragreementhen in that the brendan rodgers era here a cut so deep and exposed her spine, the national interest, not party she would allow them a vote is over. as chris said there, some varied againstjon venables. we have had a day of hearings, it has just the cyclist has defied the on delaying britain's departure. been wrapped up, and thejudge interest. we have reached across the expectations of medical experts to theresa may had been warned had a day of hearings, it has just been wrapped up, and the judge says return to the track. about the prospect of government frustrated and possibly rather angry he will release his judgment on thursday morning. and that will house, we have had so far, limited resignations unless she took the possibility of celtic fans this afternoon. no—deal off the table. decide whether or not we can say but leading brexiteers have warned lets talk about the chelsea discussions with the front bench of i don't think i read either back too this would undermine negotiations goalkeeper, one of the things he more aboutjon venables or whether the official opposition, but we are in brussels at a crucial stage. happy to continue to have those can't save perhaps this is manager! this injunction should continue and discussions with the front bench of much and take in what i achieve. it let's take a closer look at the prime minister's remain in place. for the government, the opposition, but we've also been three commitments. you can say sorry, and he has been
talking to members from across this is only when people tell me how far it has been suggested that there is theresa may has promised house. i think it's important we get she will bring the meaningful vote on her brexit deal back a deal this house is able to support i have come that i think back to to the commons by 12th march. no evidence that actually, the threat facing jon venables was any and of course, the strongly support those days in hospital and i think, if mps reject the prime across this house, the better minister's deal again — different now from how it had been then there would be a further vote that'll be. thank you. the prime oh, god, i have achieved something. on 13th march on whether mps fined a week's wages today. as far as maurizio sarri, the manager, is support a no—deal brexit. concerned, whether or not his job is minister can surely not be unaware safe, we do not know. that is the of the fair out there in the country and if that fails, a third vote incident done and dusted. he has will take place the following day been facing questions from the press in 2001 when it was put in force, on march 14th where parliament again. ahead of the big match at sta mford again. ahead of the big match at stamford bridge. but all anyone about what no deal means, surely will decide whether to extend wa nted stamford bridge. but all anyone wanted to know about was kepa gate, iand winning oh, god, i have achieved something. i and winning but not winning. the two—year article 50 anything that i achieve in my whether he is sorry, whether he will like me, her constituency surgeries cycling career is a bonus now, negotiation process, are full of people who cannot sleep because technically if you look at to delay withdrawal face punishment. he has been fined, my hospital discharge sheet, i should not even be here. i take that just a at night worrying about their beyond march 29th. in 2001 when it was put in force, thatjust a look on social media that's the incident that was as far would show there are still people businesses, worrying about their everything as it comes. the prime minister stressed to mps who want to do him harm. the jobs as the fair of no deal. she has that is all the sport for now. if as maurizio sarri as concern, but he injunction remains in force against the most important thing was working robert thompson, that is not being did say he is not decided whether he challenged, they said there is no told us today that in the event of to achieve a brexit deal that works will pick him to play tomorrow after reason to lift it now againstjon you walked into a herb and bought me for the british people. he refused to be subbed during the ve na bles reason to lift it now againstjon venables because he would face a her deal being rejected again by our political correspondent threat of harm. so the judge will a drink, would it be trebles or this house, there will be a vote on cup final on sunday. make his decision on thursday iain watson reports. morning. sport now on afternoon live the 13th of march to take no deal of with katherine downes. leicester city have identified a little more than a month, the the 13th of march to take no deal of the table. i will vote to take no let's hear what he had to say. he who they want to be triples definitely a triple! that is prime minister is due to take us out made a mistake, a big mistake. there their next manager. deal of the table, she has been are some consequences. the asked several times today about this of the eu. but concern has been consequence is to play, he has to be very kind of you, i will see you and she has lectured us all about growing among conservative ministers ready to play. soon for a drink! that no agreement has yet been the prime minister has promised mps personal responsibility. so, how a vote on delaying the uk's if the consequence is the bench, he reached and some say they'll resign they have decided the man its with the prime minister herself vote departure from the eu or ruling out has to be ready to go to the bench. a no—deal brexit, if they reject u nless reached and some say they'll resign potential brendan rodgers, who is in those circumstances, if this unless she rules out no deal. the having talks with leicester city, he house votes down her deal, which her deal next month. theresa may made a statement prospect of no deal is such a
brings forward that motion, because to the commons this lunchtime, amid the threat of a revolt disaster, is hanging over business. said he is very involved with celtic it's not just by remain—supporting ministers. a couple of other lines of sports and plan to stay but here we are brings forward that motion, because it's notjust mps who deserve an let's take a closer look i've never known before in history, answer, it's the public. she misses at the prime minister's news for you. just over a week later and he is three commitments. possibly since before the second theresa may has promised world war and i said was we should moeen ali will return home already down in leicester having she will bring the meaningful vote from the west indies answer, it's the public. she misses a stage out because there is a stage on her brexit deal back rule out a no deal,. nobody after the conclusion talks. perhaps the lure of the before we get to that point and the to the commons by 12th march. of the one—day series. ali was initially named stage before we get to that point is if mps reject the prime in the squad for the final three premier league, the big money, the minister's deal again — games of the caribbean tour potential to rebuild his premier actually the vote on the meaningful then there would be a further vote league status as a manager after his vote and the deal in this house, and on 13th march on whether mps but the selectors have had a change believes... other ministers are also of heart as they continue to manage support a no—deal brexit. speu league status as a manager after his spell at liverpool, has proved too ican vote and the deal in this house, and i can assure her i'll be voting for the workloads of key players. much for brendan rodgers. so there a deal. may i gently remind the and if that fails, a third vote he'll now fly home after the final will take place the following day threatening to go, they want theresa one—dayer in st lucia. will be some disappointed and may to delay a departure from the on march 14th where parliament all rounder sam curran frustrated celtic fans around this will decide whether to extend eu, if that's the only way of will replace him for the t20 series. the two—year article 50 former sri lanka captain negotiation process, to delay withdrawal avoiding no deal. and some senior sanath jayasuriya has been banned afternoon, simon. they will believe beyond march 29th. from cricket for two years. perhaps he would at least see it out let's hear some of that's after admitting two breaches till the end of the season, but it prime minister that we trade on a members of her own cabinet hold some of the international cricket wto terms with the rest of the world council's anti—corru ption code. is looking like he is on the move. he admitted failing to co—operate what she had to say reviews, so the prime and try to with an investigation outside the eu and trade very and "concealing, tampering reassure them today, if a deal is with or destroying evidence". jayasuriya retired seven this news has come as a huge shock profitably, and that she should not passed by parliament on or before years ago and is a former to the club and dans, that brendan be deflected, colleagues knew what march to 12, there will be a vote on chairman of selectors. first we will hold a second rodgers held talks with they were voting for when triggering whether to leave with no deal. if leicester city last night. britain's katie boulter has sources close to him and celtic won herfirst round match article 50. a concern must be that at the wta event in mexico. meaningful vote by the 3rd of march that's rejected, then parliament at this crucial stage of the could ask for a short delay to have confirmed to me she beat swiss negotiations with the eu, the prime at the latest. if the government has qualifier conny perrin in straight sets in acapulco. brexit. the house should be clear, a break of serve in each was enough ——sources close to leicester minister's next steps will make a for the british number two not won a meaningful vote by the and celtic have confirmed to me good deal less likely, because the that a short extension, not beyond to progress to the second round. they expect the switch to happen. eu will hope parliament will defeat the end ofjune would almost johanna konta is in action a massive shock to fans 12th of march, it will table a because brendan rodgers was simply certainly have to be a one—off, if mutual amendable motion under a little bit later today. the most successful manager no deal and extend article 50. when we had not taken part in the at this football club meanwhile, since the legendaryjock steen, i voted against the iraq war, i knew section 13 of the withdrawal act, european parliament elections, it roger federer needed three sets he swept aside all before him will be extremely difficult to to beat fellow veteran domestically, winning a double
philipp kohlschreiber i had to resign to do so. at the extend again, so it would create a at the dubai tennis championships. he took the deciding set 6—1. table a motion to be voted on by federer is going for trouble and on the way time not come to face down those much sharper cliff edge in a few wednesday the 13th of march at the ministers who threaten to resign in latest, asking the house of that months' time. an extension cannot domestically, winning a ——double treble and on the way order to ensure we achieve the best support leaving the eu without a a 100th atp singles title. possible chance of a good deal?” ta ke months' time. an extension cannot take no deal of the table. the only to a triple treble. withdrawal agreement and a framework what next for the club? withdrawal agreement and a framework with a future relationship on the 29th of march. united kingdom will once confirmation comes through, possible chance of a good deal?|j agree possible chance of a good deal?” agree that we need to achieve the only leave without a deal on the way to do that is to revoke article i expect that neil lennon, the former club captain and manager, best possible chance of a good deal, 29th of march if there is explicit will he manage at this time? back to 50, which i shall not do. and the will take control, at least of course, actually we do trade with consent in the house that outcome. you. more from the in the next hour. until the end of the season. he had a successful other parts of the world on terms spell here already, that are part of the eu's trade he left in 2014. prime minister said she still hopes the prime minister has promised mps but for this club and for the fans, agreements with those other parts of to avoid delaying brexit, but the a vote on delaying the uk's especially, it's going to take a third... third... if the house, departure from the eu or ruling out while for the news to sink the world, and even working to labour leader wasn't impressed. they a no—deal brexit, if they reject in that the brendan rodgers having rejected leaving with the her deal next month. era here is over. ensure those would continue in the say mr speaker, history repeats theresa may made a statement deal negotiated with the eu, rejects itself, the first time as tragedy, event of a no deal, should there be to the commons this lunchtime, leaving on the 29th of march without the second time is fast, by the amid the threat of a revolt by remain—supporting ministers. ano event of a no deal, should there be a no deal. i think it is, but my with me is katy balls, a withdrawal agreement and future umpteenth time it can only be deputy political editor honourable friend and i are both of at the spectator. neil lennon may be making a comeback one mind is that we want to ensure framework, the government will on the 14th of march bring forward a described as grotesquely reckless. to celtic park, then. but none of it we leave to the timetable that is also i'm joined by tom newton dunn, that we want to leave with a good motion on whether parliament wants the political editor of the sun. isa this is not dithering, is a to celtic park, then. but none of it is a done deal yet, but it all seems fairly dealfor the uk. to seek a short, limited extension deliberate strategy to rant down the certain. to seek a short, limited extension to article 50, and if the house that we want to leave with a good deal for the uk. the that we want to leave with a good dealfor the uk. the prime minister clock. northern ireland boss mike questions about the chelsea manager, thank you both forjoining us. there votes for a n again, whether he should keep his is now pushing on it that... can i to article 50, and if the house votes for an extension, seek to dup believe the prime minister gave agree that extension approved with in to some of her rebellious ask you to do the same in relation the house by the eu and bring collea g u es in to some of her rebellious colleagues in a week in her hand in toa ask you to do the same in relation to a people's vote and for her to is talk, i think, in the last few the negotiations. does she not think keeper, kepa. easy for you to say! forward the necessary legislation to acknowledge a peoples vote in a fair congratulations on getting that one change the exit date commensurate out. will maurizio sarri keep his that the machinations of some of her with that extension. these moments that this means the yvette campaign devoid of the cheating of ministers as the proposals she has job at chelsea? that's an ongoing
cooper amendment will be pulled question, it will be to do with commitments that the timescale set actually made today, does she think tomorrow, is that true? there's an the campaign 900 days ago as the out in the members bill set out in expectation there that that amendment looks unlikely to be results, not just about the best way of uniting the country, it'll have the effect in brussels tabled, but nick bowles, who has question, it will be to do with results, notjust about the player been instrumental in the formation power in his dressing room and either around her deal or staying in and european leaders of making them whether he has lost control of the the name of the member of the of the amendment, said they will the european union.” normanton, pontefract and more likely to concede what is squad. that was the suggestion after castleford. i will stick by these wait to hear from this debate necessary or perhaps that they would tomorrow and look for assurances to either around her deal or staying in the european union. i refer the right honourable gentleman to the his goalkeeper kepa refused to be a nswer commitments as i have, previous just sit back and wait? perhaps not be made. as long as they are the right honourable gentleman to the answer is given to that question subbed during the cup final on earlier this afternoon, and indeed amendment is unlikely to be to the others i've given to the same commitments... jeering. something they will keep putting sunday. kepa has apologised and been surprisingly, brexit is causing question that he has asked me in tensions, notjust between but every statement i've given on this fined a week's wages for refusing to forward and therefore be voted on issue in recent months. can i thank within the big political parties. tomorrow night. so it is a sign that leave the pitch and as far as labour now say if their prepared maurizio sarri is concerned it is theresa may's tactics for trying to brexit plan, a customs union with now water under the bridge, it was a asi commitments... jeering. as i have previous commitments to delay this rebellion have been the eu is rejected by parliament, misunderstanding and he wants to the prime ministerfor coming to successful. tom delaying the move on. but when he was facing the issue in recent months. can i thank make statements and table amendable then they will support a referendum, the prime minister for coming to the house, yet again to update of the rebellion, doesn't a delay of the press today ahead of chelsea versus european union and she's been but there has been some confusion as tireless in keeping the house motion by specific dates. but let me totte n ha m press today ahead of chelsea versus tottenham tomorrow night, he did not to what form this will take. we know say yet whether he had made up his be clear, i do not want to see informed and her ability to keep mind whether he would play kepa going and trying to get a deal as article 50 extended. our absolute that no deal wouldn't feature on entire process look more likely?” tomorrow at all. their ballot paper, but what would? think if you listen to the various he made a mistake, a big mistake. welcome across the house. i do hope focus should be on working to get a the choice has to be between a different responses to the pm's that she'll be able to come back there are some consequences. with a deal that the whole house can deal and leaving on the 29th of credible leaf option and remain and statement, it's hard to look at what if the consequence is to play, he has to be ready to play. vote but it's not, that's not the march. an extension beyond the end if the prime minister's deal gets if the consequence is ofjune would mean the uk taking has changed, or to put it the way the bench, he has to be ready to go to the bench. case. she has a set hundred and through, that should be subject to the prime minister put it herself, pa rt nothing has changed. the most eight times that we will leave the ofjune would mean the uk taking part in the european parliament the lock if you like of a public interesting response we were waiting elections. what kind of message with for was the erd, the hardline tory european union on the 29th of march. vote. but some labour mps say they that sent to the more than 17 eurosceptic group, jacob rees mogg won't back a referendum in any form. leads that. —— erg. instead of a couple of other lines of sports if that's not possible, does she million people who voted to leave for the record, it would be a news for you today. think the country will regard that moeen ali will return home asa think the country will regard that the eu almost three years ago now? surprise to anybody that i will not, from the west indies
shall not and cannot wait for a after the conclusion of the one—day series. as a betrayal? i think that what the ali was initially named and the house should be clear that a second referendum regardless of how unleashing far, fury and bryn stirrup on the pm for agreeing to in the squad for the final three much lipstick is put on it. you this, or at least on the remain games of the caribbean tour country works is to see as but the selectors have had a change cabinet ministers who force it on delivering a brexit and delivering short extension not beyond the end of heart as they continue to manage leaving the european union, the her, he actually stood in front of the workloads of key players. timetable of 29th of march was that can't please all of the people all the tv camera and said, we are not he'll now fly home after the final by this house and has been accepted ofjune would almost certainly have of the time. one—dayer in st lucia. to bea bothered, this does not change all rounder sam curran by this house and has been accepted ofjune would almost certainly have to be a one off if we had not taken our chief political correspondent, by this house when it accepted the anything for us, we will still not will replace him for the t20 series. vote for the deal in two week's former sri lanka captain vote in relation to article 50, but pa rt vicki young is at westminster. to be a one off if we had not taken part in the european parliament elections it would be extremely sanath jayasuriya has been banned time, she substantially changes the as i've said, i want to see us able these are strange times. yes, there backstop and if you want to make the from cricket for two years. cliff edge at the end ofjune rather to do that on leaving on the basis difficult to extend again, so it that's after admitting two breaches ofa isa than march that's fine with us. sol of the international cricket to do that on leaving on the basis of a deal and will be continuing to would create a much sharper cliff these are strange times. yes, there is a made summer i was facing a council's anti—corru ption code. edgein would create a much sharper cliff edge ina would create a much sharper cliff edge in a few months. an extension work to ensure that we can do that. defeat, it looks pretty likely where he admitted failing to co—operate wonder whether anything is with an investigation cannot take no deal off the table. and "concealing, tampering but i think the important issue that substantially going to change at all with or destroying evidence". the only way to do that is to revoke mps, parliament was really jayasuriya retired seven members of this house must consider threatening to take over the brexit when they come to vote on the article 50, which i shall not do, or years ago and is a former apart from westminsterjournalists chairman of selectors. lives being ruined for another process , threatening to take over the brexit couple of months as we incessantly meaningful vote, is delivering on process, bypassing its own laws potentially. there are resignations talk about this! if you cannot exert agree a deal. brexit and giving the public the that's all the sport for now. reassurance that we're actually labour leaderjeremy corbyn accused more pressure on tory mps to vote going to do what they us to. what the prime minister of trying andi for your deal and you're not to get potentially. there are resignations and i think that obviously has to string the brexit process out. forced her to make these he also said that if her deal movement out of the eu to make the is approved by parliament, announcements today but i think it's would be the better democratic it should be put to a confirmatory going to be enough to dissuade those public vote. changes that erg want, i don't see outcome for the country? excepting a labour accepts the result ministers to all walk out tomorrow. i think she's done the trick at of the referendum, but we believe... least for now. so, if you look at what this extension will do. so, second rate deal, resulting in a second rate deal, resulting in a how the commons has voted in the really, i think we are almost where second rate deal, resulting in a past, exposing the fact it doesn't now on afternoon live, let's go nationwide second rate future or a second but, mr speaker, we believe we we re really, i think we are almost where and see what's happening around wa nt past, exposing the fact it doesn't we were yesterday but just in june. in getting the terms of our exit want a nodal brexit, i think you can the country in our daily visit public vote asking the public right, that's why we believe say it looks now as if the uk would to the bbc newsrooms around the uk.
whether they support or reject a not be leaving the eu at the end of i'm hearing from writers that the leanne lawless is in second rate future for their in our alternative plan. march at least without a deal. now, children and grandchildren? can i tunbridge wells, with her dog as there or not is left—wing amendment is also being and has found that teenagers another matter, that's clearly what pulled, which makes tomorrow a say to the honourable lady, i think the prime minister's botched deal she is pushing for. let's discuss rather damp squib. my guess, with eating disorders in the south provides no certainty this now. you have voiced concerns tomorrow will not be the showdown we east are being targeted and sold the best thing for the democratic or guarantees for the future potentially lethal diet health of this country to deliver on and was comprehensively we re tomorrow will not be the showdown we were expecting but avoid that pills on instagram. rejected by this house. showdown, theresa may has had to and rogerjohnson is in salford, accept that the showdown is going to where the ‘opt out‘ the referendum result of 2016, with happen and she's had to delay it by organ donation law known as max about a nodal brexit, you haven't two weeks. i don't think it's been, been penning articles on any and keira's law could save the lives people across this house campaigned newspapers that you have said you ona though the government had been of thousands of people every year. we re newspapers that you have said you were worried about it. what you make people across this house campaigned on a manifesto as was pointed out by we cannot risk our country's successful in some ways, it's not industry and people's livelihoods of what has been said today?” the right honourable memberfor sun particularly successful for theresa and you have a personal reason to valley to respect the referendum and and if it somehow does pass in some warmly welcome the statement, try may. she is having to concede the provided were clarity, first and talk about this, i will be with you deliver on brexit. just pulling away foremost about the ongoing serious fa ct may. she is having to concede the shortly. from the comments because i want to form at a later stage, fact that no deal is very hard to leanne, negotiations that have been say to the eu, there's a chance we your investigation has found that ta ke from the comments because i want to take you to vietnam and as you can potentially lethal diet pills we believe there must be discussed in brussels. she quietly going to do a deal, because mps will are being sold to teenagers see the arrival the president of the a confirmatory public vote to see on social media sites — get a vote on trying to stop no deal and they're being encouraged to skip united states arriving for a second if people feel that's rightly need a little bit of time meals and starve themselves. round round of what would still be what did you find being historic talks with the north korean for those negotiations to be what they voted for. completed, i think it was if her deal comes back. i think that advertised on instagram? significant that she said she wanted leader kimjong historic talks with the north korean a meaningful vote on that by or pressure number ten wanted to put on firstly, when i started looking into leader kim jong un. historic talks with the north korean leader kimjong un. he arrived earlier, he travelled by train is as brussels in order to get that this, i was shocked by the amount of ano before the 12th of march. so, there you can see air force one being used a no deal outcome would be concession on the backstop will be is every possibility we could have a by the american president. details disastrous, and that is why we are harder to do now. i'm reading, this content on instagram pushing really of their schedule still being vote as early as next week. let's committed to backing the amendment wait to see what comes back from brussels, but i think it is not released, a warning of course tweet, katy, this is good news, this incumbent on all of us to support fast, extreme weight loss. amongst will prevent an no—deal brexit on flashing photography throughout this her, support my colleague in these
the 29th of march and allow mps to arrival sequence in hanoi. mr trump negotiations and if that doesn't in the names of my right honourable forge cross—party consensus on a new all of this content where different work and if parliament yet again way forward of the prime minister's friend to the member for normanton, profiles and companies selling diet pontefract and castleford and the deal does not succeed on the 12th of pills, i wanted to see how easy it will meet mr kim for a brief right honourable member for west rejects an amended withdrawal was to get a hold of these. i dorset, to rule out that reckless cliff edge brexit. the prime agreement, those to follow with march. is that hope speaking of pretended to be a teenage girl and one—on—one conversation that will minister appears to be belatedly regard to deal or no deal. theresa messaged one of these companies i found on instagram, and they arrived happen tomorrow and then they will may did make it clear that actually have dinner together with their listening to the house. any this isn't taking no deal of the advisors. that is the only detail so extension is only necessary because experience? i think the problem is, in around ten days' time from of her shambolic negotiations and table. all it's doing is delaying far forthcoming from the white house thailand, no problem. they did not i think when it comes to finding decision to run down the clock. but potentially the time that we depart, cross— party i think when it comes to finding cross—party consensus i think when it comes to finding cross—pa rty consensus on i think when it comes to finding cross—party consensus on a brexit have instructions on how many to and then the following day, the approach everyone can agree on? your ta ke have instructions on how many to take and! have instructions on how many to take and i had no idea what was in may be untiljune, but you still end going to come up against the same thursday leaders will meet for a of problem we have had for the last two them. i sent them off to a lab for up may be untiljune, but you still end up in may be untiljune, but you still end testing and it came back that until the prime minister is clear upina may be untiljune, but you still end up in a position where there may be yea rs. problem we have had for the last two years. when it comes to the fact back and forth meetings. this what alternatives she would put ano actually, they contained a really up in a position where there may be a no deal exit. yes, she was brutally honest about that. i don't that will more mps levelled and her lethal cocktail of laxatives, meeting expected to work on the think any of us who want to honour antidepressants and even a banned ground of what was achieved of the forward in the circumstances, she is deal? i think it will be harderfor the result want to see a delay to her to pass it now because there are historic singapore summit lastjune. substance which was actually brexit. the only delay that any of us can contemplate is what i call a mps who think that i would like on simply continuing to run down the technical delay, if we've got a deal withdrawn from the eu market in 2010 the singapore summit producing a the side leaning towards remain, across the line and we need to dot they will think they have time to because it gave people side effects vaguely worded agreement with both the eyes and cross the teaser. it's leaders agreeing to work towards clock. she promises a short push towards a softer brexit, and mp extension, but for what? denuclearisation, but it was never clock. she promises a short extension, but forwhat? if clock. she promises a short extension, but for what? if the government once a genuine such as jacob rees mogg have no like heart attacks and strokes. but renegotiation, it should do so on no good prolonging the agony and as well as these diet pills online, made clear what this would actually the terms that can win a majority in prolonging the cliff edge. the this house, on terms backed by answer lies here in parliament. i i found that diet plans, extreme entail. donald trump saying, in the plans to... i think the only silver diet plans and exercise regimes are very much hope that as soon as last few days that he believed he businesses and unions that are also being sold to teenagers. so possible, mps of all colours can lining in no deal being taken off againi also being sold to teenagers. so was responsible for the come together and support that deal. again i set up a profile pretending denuclearised asian of the korean do you think it was right for your to bea again i set up a profile pretending contained within the labour to be a teenage girl looking to lose the table as right for some of weight and within a matter of hours,
peninsular, but the fact so far collea g u es do you think it was right for your colleagues including some in the amendment, which i urge the whole cabinet to publicly write these suggest that the north koreans may house to back tomorrow. eurosceptic group to except the deal people had messaged me offering to plenty more on brexit throughout the afternoon, of course. but let's move articles, really threatening to sell me a really extreme plans. i can't go into all the details not fully be behind that. so, that's on now. plans to change the rules on organ resign? someone saying it wasn't donation in england are set because they are too disturbing but to clear their final hurdle fairon the resign? someone saying it wasn't fair on the prime minister, it in order to avoid no brexit, but they range from one—off payments of in parliament today. undermined her authority and record numbers of people are actually cabinet collective is 1's 20 pounced up to 300 us dollars for the latest in hanoi. the meeting donating organs after their death, but there are still 6000 people ability is completely broken down. on the transplant waiting list. a three—month course, and i was even actually, we saw an assertion of they see it as more time to under the new system, collective response ability, there which would come into effect next happening tomorrow and then on year, consent would be presumed was a cabinet meeting, the pamina offered one plan which was a thursday by the president of the but people will still came out of that, no doubt as a be able to opt out. negotiate a brexit deal they would united states arriving in hanoi for want. so it's difficult for theresa our medical correspondent fergus walsh reports. result of that cabinet may. how realistic is it that the "when nights are cold erg might use the extra time to get those talks with kim jong un. we and stars are few, i close my decision—making and if anything, personalised anorexic plan, so cabinet collective is 1's ability what they want given that this will keep an eye on that. if there eyes and think of you." deadline at the end ofjune is in essentially to help me maintain nine—year—old keira ball is buried being anorexic. i told all these on the family farm in north devon. been enhanced. i don't want to see place, despite theresa may saying people that i was suffering with she doesn't want it happen, there anorexia and they still push these she died in 2017 after a car are eu elections and she cannot go we will take you back. the main accident in which her mum and beyond that, can she? she can, there me. alex suffered anorexia as a story of course. the prime minister teenager and it was around the age brother were also seriously injured. ministers firing off these things in are no rules written down anywhere public or the time. that's not what about not extending article 50 for a when the medical team realised we need to be doing but sometimes certain period of time, the lisbon of 17, at the height of her illness, making a significant change to her they could not save keira, there needs to be a clear message her fatherjoe was approached treaty which article 50 is part of brexit strategy in the face of that about the concern that many of intense pressure from some members about whether to donate her organs. us have about the damage to simply says an extension is when she was weighing only six ofa intense pressure from some members permissible if all 28 agree. theresa stone, that she was sold one of i literally said yes, business, the damage we think to our of a covenant. may and the other 27 leaders. but i these extreme diet plans through she's told mps that if they reject pretty much immediately. instagram. what they are encouraging through her withdrawal deal next month organ donation is nothing that we've country, that a crash out no deal these plans is pure restriction. for ever spoken about before, think you're right, interestingly, and they also vote against leaving but as it was keira, the eu without an agreeement, would cause. we have to avoid that, jacob rees mogg and some of his me,| these plans is pure restriction. for me, iwas these plans is pure restriction. for me, i was already restricting but then she would allow them a vote receiving a plan that i paid for, i it was just immediate. it is our duty, the prime minister noticed there were things that i was on delaying britain's departure. theresa may had been warned keira's heart, kidneys, was very clear today and i think colleagues in the commons if you are eating that weren't on the plan, so about the prospect of government liver and pancreas were used resignations unless she took to save four lives. i thought i'd better cut those out the possibility of parliament should be reassured that no—deal off the table. as asking the prime minister whether as well. mean the carbohydrates, she was making progress with but leading brexiteers have warned we have that very firm timetable. alternative arrangements, different things like that, that your body
this would undermine negotiations he's fun to play with. plan to replace the backstop. needs to function. these meal plans in brussels at a crucial stage. getting older, though. the attorney general is off to another few months, the end ofjune his claws are starting brussels again trying to get changes texas to three months, gives them being put together by people that to hurt a bit. one of those whose life was saved 18 to the withdrawal agreement or at more time to press the eu in terms let me be clear. least some kind of legal clarity or aren't professionals, people that months ago was maxjohnson, of coming up with other options for aren't professionals, people that are encouraging really fast, dangerous weight loss. would have i do not want to see who was in hospital in newcastle clarification. what you think the with heart failure and being kept best is that he can hope for! was article 50 extended. the irish border. so they will be our absolute focus alive with a mechanical pleased with that. but i think if should be on working pump inside his chest. referring to his work that is you spun on to the end ofjune, instagram said in response? first, to get a deal and is leaving would have got an appalling feeling so, that's my old heart, ongoing. it would be wrong for me to they have told me that buying and on the 29th of march. we are would have got an appalling feeling we are all going to be left and will and as you can see, it's way bigger, start to speculate after the ins and be at the same cliff edge, we will selling illegal drugs and an extension beyond the end and it's got a mechanical outs of it but i can tell you that have exactly the same conversations prescription drugs is completely not allowed and they have told me that ofjune would mean the uk pump in it. it is detailed, it is the sort of they are now investigating those taking part in the european that's my new heart. in roughly mid june when we are accou nts they are now investigating those accounts that i flagged up and they parliament elections. that one, right there. facing a similar kind of deadline. legal examination, that work is what kind of message but actually, if you look at the end have removed them. they've told me with that ascent to the more from next year in england, consent going on. the substantive that any content that promotes and for organ donation will be presumed, ofjune, you than 17 million people but actually, if you look at the end unless people opt out. negotiations that you would want to of june, you can't but actually, if you look at the end ofjune, you can't extend beyond encourages eating disorders is also who voted to leave the eu, them without electing meps and not allowed and if any of the issues however, relatives will see happening. this isn't about merely three years ago now? still have the final say, platitudes in the shape of the frankly asking for something and could block a donation. table, this is about the dirty completely different. because there is no point. there's no point i have raised our hitting home with detail. give him the chance to do getting another couple of weeks to people, they can actually find that over the next three days and and the house should be clear that roll this over and have the same support and help through the so it will remain vital that i'm confident that something people make their wishes meaningful will arrives. that along discussions. so that is a bbc‘saction line. there's lots of a short extension, not beyond known to loved ones. significant tipping point for both keira and max's parents say the erg and the tory remainers, what the end ofjune would almost they want the issues around tissue certainly have to be a one—off, if donation to be taught in schools. they actually want to do. will they we had not taken part in the with the pressure on some labour pick theresa may's deal or go for a support available there. instagram european parliament elections, to be that's what happens softer deal which will mean a longer have also told me, interestingly, extremely difficult to extend again, at st mary's catholic high mps, the interesting move byjeremy that when you search for certain school in chesterfield. so it would create a much sharper, corbyn saying that he is now extension or pile in for a no—deal harmful content, it does pop up with my name is keith sudbury a message which offers help and cliff edge in a few months' time. thinking about backing some kind of support. but i found when i was and i'm here today to talk brexit altogether? you and i have to you about blood, stem cell doing this research that underneath second referendum on brexit, of that message of help and support
an extension cannot and organ donation. course there are dozens of his own take note deal of stood there in the freezing cold, we from instagram, there was also an the table. keith sudbury‘s son adrian mps you don't want that at all and could be there in the summer! there died from leukaemia, option straightaway to click through and he now runs a charity which goes it could just be that they will be a is an upside. katy, let's talk about and show that harmful content into schools to talk to sixth more minded to make a dealfrom the anywhere, to see those posts. so formers about all forms prime minister in order to avoid labour, because their decision now of tissue donation. to back the idea of another instagram today have admitted there the only way to do that is to by the time all of you go to bed that second referendum, something is still a long way to go and the revoke article 50 which i they think, betrays the will of the tonight, three people will have scale of the problem, i can tell shall not do, or agree a deal. died in our country, british people. thank you. referendum, someone was saying this labour leaderjeremy corbyn accused morning thatjeremy corbyn has lost you, is huge. i know there's plenty downing street as a result. and that the prime minister of trying one of the most high—ranking to "string" the brexit process out. waiting for an organ. more on bbc south—east today at officials in the catholic church, he also said that if her deal the australian cardinal and former was something he said last night at 6:30pm. thank you for bringing us is approved by parliament, after his talk, these teenagers told vatican treasurer george pell, a rather fiery meeting has been convicted of sexual abuse. that story. roger, i was in the it should be put to a confirmatory us they all support organ donation. was something he said last night at a ratherfiery meeting of was something he said last night at a rather fiery meeting of the parliamentary labour party, public vote. i've already kind of spoken he was found guilty on five charges suggesting thatjeremy corbyn would not now be prime minister. i think to my parents about it, of assaulting two choirboys in 1996. labour accepts the result because i was signed up it isa for my driving licence. not now be prime minister. i think it is a gamble, the fact that labour i think it's very sad that people the vatican said the conviction is now viewing much closer to is painful, but pell has the right offices morning, this story on of the referendum, but we believe... think that they want to donate presumed consent, the change in the organs but then they don't get to defend himself until all legal backing a second referendum. as long round to signing up, channels have been exhausted. as there amendment on changing the and then they die and ultimately, but, mr speaker, hywel griffith reports organ donation laws, and there was a from melbourne. wonderful clip of a young lad we believe in getting their organs are not donated. cardinal pell, how negotiating strategy isn't thanking the girl whose death made the terms of our exit right, that's are you feeling today? successful this week. it's something heart transplant possible. that i think it's totally he returned from rome claiming labour leadership had been reluctant young lad is a rather personal why we believe in our alternative up to the individual. to do for some time because they they shouldn't be judged he would clear his name. plan. but cardinal george pell, once one think their party majority is by family members. everyone has free will of the pope's closest advisers, winning in seats that voted to leave contact with you, isn't he? my the prime minister's botched deal to do what they want. now faces going to jail. in the referendum. but i think the nephew, max, who is 11 years old big trigger here is the independent provides no certainty or following max's transplant, the prime minister wrote now. he lives in cheshire. we have to tell him she was naming the 77—year—old was, for many years, group, which launched last week, cove red now. he lives in cheshire. we have covered his story on north west guarantees for the future and was the new law after him. when labour mps quit the party. comprehensively rejected by this the face of the church in australia, now since the identity that's a very pro—eu group who want house. of his donor has emerged, revered for his intellect tonight if you times over the last
it will be named max and keira's 18 months or so but today because we cannot risk our country's and uncompromising manner. the presumed consent law has cleared law. but pell also used his power industry and people's livelihoods i love it. i rememberasking mum and dad, its final hurdle in parliament, it and if it somehow does pass in some could it be max and keira's law? to manipulate and abuse. and i'm so happy that will go on the statute book in form at a later stage, we believe england in 2020. wales already has a they've done it. she's not saved one life, similar law, obviously health care there must be a confirmatory public she's saved four people's lives. a second referendum. i think that is devolved in wales. they have seen vote to see if people feel that's she is a hero. an upsurge in the number of organ like many survivors, i have what they voted for. experienced showing my loneliness, donors coming forward as a result. depression and struggle. scotland is also further down the like many survivors, it has taken me years to understand has pushed the labour front bench the impact on my life. into adopting this position to try curve than england. max, as i say, and stave off more defections in the gervasi maxjohnson in 1996, in one of his first coming weeks. i will ask tom the is my nephew. he was taken ill at gervasi max johnson speaking. services as archbishop same question in a moment, but katy, nine years old. he had a condition if you would like to watch the the question on the referendum sheet in melbourne's cathedral, will be crucial forjeremy corbyn debate, the busy parliament is the gervasi maxjohnson speaking. his uncle is rogerjohnson of north west pell found two choirboys helping because if he gives remain as an called dilated cardiomyopathy, which themselves to communion wine. option, that's breaching the is caused by a virus. these are place to do so. the prime minister ma nifesto, option, that's breaching the manifesto, isn't it? in theory, yes, is dodging questions on a brexit and it's notable that mps have been pictures of him when he was being he told them that they were giving a briefing sheet after the treated in hospital in newcastle. policy after that significant in trouble and then, parliamentary labour meeting last night he was told that remaining announcement earlier on but let's grabbing them by the head, pick up on this. i'll correspond it tonight, he will be featuring in our forced both into a series would be an option but we did not there are only two cardiac of sexual acts. hear that from jeremy corbyn, he was transplant centres for children in pressed several times but refused to for years, pell purported say. i think that is partly because the country. great ormond street in will shortly be appearing, there she to be someone who wanted though it does appear to be policy nationwide slot at 4:30pm. ben is to help abuse survivors, here with the business needs. that remain on the ballot paper, i london and the one in newcastle. max are you going to do the headlines setting up a world—first system first? i was about to! great! here in australia to offer is. let's go see vicky young in the theresa may announces a significant counselling and compensation. shift in her brexit strategy — in reality, it only served lobby. she is avoiding... the coming promising mps a vote on ruling out a no—deal brexit or delaying to mask his own crimes. is waiting there for eight or nine the uk's departure. the labour leader, jeremy corbyn, george pell became one of the most says the prime minister is taking think there are still some members powerful people in rome. ina
daysin lobby. she is avoiding... the coming days in march are going to be a "grotesquely reckless" approach think there are still some members in ajeremy think there are still some members in a jeremy corbyn's top team who to the final stages today the vatican said it was pained don't feel that comfortable with of brexit — accusing her that. tom, what do you think? , crucial. yes, the... tomorrow's vote of "stringing people along". jeremy corbyn has been forced into convicted of child sex abuse — by the verdict but stopped short this, completely at the end of the months. the daily mirror were the the vatican's treasurer cardinal george pell is found guilty of forcing him to resign, gun held by the independent group. i will be crucial. there have been of assaulting two choirboys stressing that he has bumped into one of the independent when he was archbishop of melbourne. group's 11 mps this morning he was lodged an appeal. dismayed yvette cooper including jubilant at what had happened, and conservatives to try and take no we await the outcome of the appeals process, said that we'd like to go on and deal of the table and really take recalling that cardinal george pell ones who championed this change in achieve a lot more, we would like to over the brexit process and make maintains his innocence and has the organ donation though. they sure no deal couldn't happen at the heard about him, picked up on his the right to defend himself. story for the p became the poster end of march. it was that and it is here's your business boy of the campaign. it was only in headlines on afternoon live. but for some abuse survivors bea marks and spencer is hoping to offer august 2017, after waiting nearly customers a food delivery in australia, allowing a convicted nine months for a transplant, that that is meant theresa may has service for the first time, achieve a lot more, we would like to be a major force in british politics getting closer and closer to death, as it confirmed it's paedophile to remain his heart was kept going by a made this decision today under in discussions about a possible arrangement with ocado. a cardinal is abhorrent. mechanical pump, that his luck pressure with a she's had others shares in both firms changed. but it changed in the most jumped on the news. excommunication. for a long time, but if this is all tragic way possible for the little we re pressure with a she's had others were threatening to resign in order ocado's current deal girl whose heart he received. her with waitrose ends next year — there is no other choice. name was keira and she was killed in to vote for that move. so instead it's not clear whether ocado a car accident in devon. her heart theresa may has really adopted quite would be allowed to do it would be a farce was transplanted into max. three deliveries for both retailers. from the catholic church other people also received organs a lot of those proposals herself. it from here. her father was the house—builder persimmon if they once again give lip service. other people also received organs from here. herfatherwas the hero could mean if her deal is voted down made profits of more of the story in many ways. he had to than £1 billion for the first time. it's about time the catholics make the decision to donate her a row over pay last year led from the pope down started organs. his wife was critically ill and then mps are asked to vote on to practice what they preach. we for a long time, but if this is all we achieve it's not a bad one. so in one hospital, his son critically to the boss leaving — they are claiming credit. but ill in another, his daughter had whether they would allow a no deal that was after controversy after months of secrecy interestingly they also think that a died, and he made the brave decision second referendum is a bit further to happen, if that was voted down, over his £75 million pay package. and suppression, the world can now learn about george pell‘s crimes, away now because of this article 50 to donate keira's organs. he saved they would be voting on whether persimmon shares have recovered extension, the pressure is off there is to be what she called a on the profits news today — the man trusted by millions around everyone , extension, the pressure is off everyone, if it happens, which we the world has been held to account. suspect it might. so if a second short extension to article 50 which they had fallen heavily yesterday after the firm came under scrutiny referendum probably won't get the max's life without question. here's would mean a short delay and brexit. over its continued involvement when he returns to court next, numbers, almost certainly won't get what max said. i honestly was ready the numbersl numbers, almost certainly won't get the numbers i should say, next week, let's find out the reaction from a he knows he faces a prison sentence. when it's put to the vote. but the to die. i didn't think i would make in the help to buy scheme. tension in labour is still there and hywel griffith, bbc news, melbourne. this doesn't solve much forjeremy corbyn, either. he has been sitting conservative mp and brexit backer. ona it. i hugged mum and dad thinking,
the prospect of a small extension to bank of england governor mark carney corbyn, either. he has been sitting on a party which is split down the has been talking to mps middle of a brexit, whether to do it about interest rates this is the last hug with my article 50, may not happen but given and brexit this morning. president trump has arrived or not and how to do it. as split, he says he expects the bank in the vietnamese capital, hanoi, if not even more split, and the pa rents. how the commons has voted in the of england will provide more support for his second summit this is the last hug with my parents. i remember asking past it could happen. what is your with the north korean conservative party. at least almost for the economy in the event leader, kim jong—un. all the tories want brexit to happen. corbin is a 50—50 down the this is the last hug with my parents. i rememberasking mum and reaction? small extension of the the two men will meet tomorrow. middle, wanting to remain. —— labour of a no—deal brexit. dad, could it be max and keira's the summit is expected to focus is 50-50 middle, wanting to remain. —— labour misery, what will it achieve? i'm mr carney warned, "if there is no on the north's nuclear programme is 50—50 for stops so he doesn't worried that to reason it has been and the sanctions against pyongyang. undermined by what i would call open deal, no transition, live to hanoi and our wa nt is 50—50 for stops so he doesn't want to back remain orderly. so law, and i'm so happy they have done i guarantee you the path of gdp asking for a second referendum and mutiny. in trying to force our hand taking aside and it is potentially it. she is not saved one life, she is saved four people'slife. she is a today which clearly has worked. i correspondent nick beake. . .. catastrophic in terms of party unity hero. i want everyone to talk to will be materially lower." for him going forward. the prime each other. what decision will it have the prime minister listens more we are not entirely sure what the be? that your organs go to waste and to 17.4 million people than she does running orderfor this we are not entirely sure what the minister got it wrong, there is just decay, or save a few listen to a handful of her running order for this visit is, it's been kept close to the test of gdp, difficult to say. chris nothing simples about any of this! ministers, after all she has picked the organisers. yes, i think that is thank you both forjoining us. people'slives? there were tears in the ministers, and when brexiteers domestic product. what effect has the office will not run earlier. god resigned, she put remainers in their absolutely fair to say. we do know that mr trump is at the hotel where knows how you're doing with this is so many of you have tweeted in about place. she sacked them, do you he is going to be based for the next a member of the family. that's micro think? she needs to get them back in the prime minister's brexit couple of days. under the people the rat, we will be showing the lined the streets to see his proposals had on the pens?m when that ran earlier. just explain line forthwith and frankly i'm very motorcade arrived and there is flash pictures in five minutes' time disappointed if there is going to be pulled up if you're into rats, to how this issue of presumed consent. photography. at the moment we see keepjune. sorry if i take too long to explain any extension whatsoever, an the convoy pool and and, eerily i thought that was your introduction this but it is important. before it extension of the misery. the debate strengthened against the appellant and the euro. investors seem to like to me! hits the statute books it will have quiet at the moment he arrived. he we've had for two and a bit years. that theresa may has accepted that brexit could be delayed, rather than is now gone into his hotel and it'll a big publicity campaign to explain we are going to have that for ano brexit could be delayed, rather than a no deal scenario. -- what effect exactly how this will work. there is another three months and if you has it had on the pound? there were be tomorrow evening, just before ben is here — in a moment he will be a fear in some communities that can't achieve a solution to the dinner that he meets mr kim here in telling us what's hot doctors willjust keep you alive in
northern irish backstop, which is and what's not in the business news. what this is all about, if you can't vietnam and we expect more meeting order to then take your organs, to ta ke first a look at the headlines do that in two and a bit years, concerns a no—deal brexit would vietnam and we expect more meeting to take place on thursday, between on afternoon live. the two men and also their various theresa may announces a significant shift which is absolutely not the case. what's another few weeks going to in her brexit strategy — promising mps a vote on ruling the point of it is to change the achieve? quite frankly, i hope that cause britain to have a financial teams. lots of theatre expected, a out a no—deal brexit starting point for the conversation. or delaying the uk's departure. bit like in the way the man matched the labour leader, jeremy corbyn, says the prime minister is taking at the moment, you carry a donor legal clarity is able to be brought the first time in singapore last a "grotesquely reckless" approach ca rd at the moment, you carry a donor card for if you want to give your back from the discussions had in year but we can'tjust have the to the final stages of brexit — brussels and so we can get it over shop, so investors are happier about accusing her organs. some people do, not the prospect of delay rather than a of "stringing people along". the line by much the 29th. it does sudden exit, because there would be theatre people say. something more convicted of child sex abuse — everybody does, obviously. the no interim arrangements for eu concrete needs to come from theirs the vatican's treasurer question will be asked of a bereaved workers in britain, british citizens if this is to be judged a success on cardinal george pell — is found guilty of assaulting two feel as though probably the way you in the eu, things like kids getting either side. and in terms of the choirboys when he was can do that is by voting for her into and out of britain. the pound love one in the hospital, if the archbishop of melbourne. deal, otherwise you might be risking organs are suitable, and only a an extension and now we know that denuclearisation, president trump here's your business was higher this morning in seems to be fairly optimistic that headlines on afternoon live. fractional percentage of people who labour are swinging by the idea of he will get his way, but that's not marks and spencer is hoping to offer customers a food delivery die are able to donate their organs, another referendum, does that focus your mind about backing to read necessarily the mode you get from service for the first time — only a fraction are suitable. but north korea. yes, absolutely. as it confirmed it's puzzlement? no, not unless there is in discussions about a possible arrangement with ocado. the conversation starts with, he a change to its. there is a dead shares in both firms didn't carry the card but would you allow his organs to be given? you're promise is that she would discuss anticipation of the speech, it has jumped on the news. analysts and experts say there are ocado's current deal whole reason for survival is based with waitrose ends next year — kind of starting from the premise with european union a solution to it's not clear whether ocado the backstop. somehow or other, if would be allowed to do of, he didn't carry the car, maybe on having a nuclear deterrent, so where would they give this up? the deliveries for both retailers. he didn't want to, so maybe we don't you manage to get her deal through americans are saying they believe wa nt he didn't want to, so maybe we don't want you to do that. the way this it without a proper solution to the slipped a bit against the dollar, the housebuilder persimmon made profits of more will change, is if you have not perhaps because of mrs may plasma than one billion pounds caveat that saying dillane brexit they can get some sort of concession for the first time. opted out, if you opt out, that's backstop and get the dup on side, would not make it easier to reach a a row over pay last year led whether it is dismantling a nuclear great, you don't want to give your then we don't govern from then on, withdrawal deal with the eu. to the boss leaving — would not make it easier to reach a withdrawal dealwith the eu. but what does the strong pound mean in organs. if you have not opted out, so then we don't govern from then on, sol plant or some other sort of move then we don't govern from then on, so i know that she is up against it practice? if you want to buy dollars that was after controversy the starting point is, he has not or euros you get more for each opted out therefore do you think in every way, shape and form and the pound, good if you are planning a from the north koreans. why would over his £75m pay package. they do that? they could be the that he might have been willing to
numbers simply aren't there for her. holiday. not good for companies which exported from the uk, their prospect of some sort of relief of persimmon shares have recovered donate his organs? so it's a subtle products become more expensive. lots on the profits news today — we have a leaf country dominated by of ftse 100 products become more expensive. lots economic sanctions which we know they had fallen heavily yesterday change to the starting point of the of ftse100 companies are abroad, so a strong p makes their profits worth have been making an impact on mr a remain parliament and indeed a after the firm came under scrutiny over its continued involvement conversation, which will, they hope, remain cabinet and that is not a less. lots of businesses had said it kemp is my country. so could there result in more organs being given to be some movement there? people also healthy situation to be an, but the in the help to buy scheme. talking about is whether there could donate. but the key thing is the prime minister did talk about the has gone way too far, have they be something on both sides which is bank of england governor mark carney has been talking to mps family's wishes will be paramount. decision of the 17.4 million. she judged to be a win as mr trump might has not taken no deal of the table about interest rates if the family says no, its no. put it and that could be marking and brexit this morning. and in essence she does extend he says he expects the bank that's the key thing. it was article 50 for a few weeks, it means some sort of formal end to the war of england will provide more support originally going to be called max's thatis for the economy in the event law. he got a letter from theresa article 50 for a few weeks, it means that is aired and if at the end of between the two countries. back in that is aired and if at the end of that period, we are unable to get of a no—deal brexit. may saying, we're going to call it reacted to this latest announcement? 1953 there was some sort of max's low. and as you heard on that you some deal with the european cessation to what happened but there mr carney warned if there is no union, then we live without a deal. hasn't been a formal treaty and so click, it was him who said to his mum and dad, without keira they your point is that actually that deal, no transition, the cbi, which speaks on behalf of there could be progress which both something like 190,000 businesses would be no max. and i think keira extension, as theresa may said across the uk, have reacted to the sides could only eschew as being "i guarantee you the path of gdp should be in this too. and i know prime minister's statement to doesn't take no deal of the table. parliament. the director—general worth the two men are meeting again karen fairburn says that moves to stop the no deal in march of in this way. thank you very much. will be materially lower" the bull family in devon are essential. it is one step to no it doesn't. then injune? you're watching afternoon live, absolutely thrilled that it's going these are our headlines theresa may announces avoiding a hammer blow, delay cannot a significant shift for those of us in the business, bad to be called max and keira's lo. —— doesn't take no deal of the table. no it doesn't. then in june? once in her brexit strategy — you've extended it once, that is out promising mps a vote on ruling be an extension stalemate, compromise is the only way. that is out a no—deal brexit news on the face of it. and she is not prepared to revoke some pretty big news their feelings. elon musk is now in either. that was an important or delaying the uk's departure. for the commercial radio sector — a shake up of breakfast shows statement, a clarification she made the labour leader, the ball family. thank you for that. jeremy corbyn, says today. i think the focus is all the prime minister is taking on capital, heart and smooth? a "grotesquely reckless" approach going to be on and if the backstop to the final stages of brexit — notjust for not just for people in is something that is going to be accusing her of "stringing people notjust for people in the sector, but listeners as well, listening temporary, neither side wants to real trouble over his tweets? even along". nice to see you, thank you both very enter... why we need it. it's all convicted of child sex abuse — habits can be heavily ingrained part the vatican's treasurer of routine. people like i do
cardinal george pell — is found guilty of assaulting two thursday morning. funny you should political shenanigans by the choirboys when he was much. european union and the irish, quite archbishop of melbourne. frankly. let's get a solution, a more than last time. think before and coming up — arise sir alistair — legal clarity to that, let's get the the former england cricket captain picks up his gong from the queen. withdrawal agreement of the legal if you like to see more on any of clarity through the house of commons mention breakfast... i can imagine and we can still live in much the these stories, you can access them 29th. i'll be disappointed if we you tweet is a real rule of thumb you waking up to sultryjazz or on the bbc iplayer. ego nationwide have to wait another three months, because all we are going to do is for all others, especially him. you tweet is a real rule of thumb forall others, especially him. he has angered the us financial in sport, brendan rodgers will take regulator by posting an aerial give more time for anna soubry and picture of thousands of new tesla every afternoon here at 4:30pm on her friends to think of all sorts of vehicles and he added that he up in sport, brendan rodgers will take up the ministers job something! but it is a gamble, afternoon live. expected the firm to make half a in sport, brendan rodgers will take up the ministersjob in leicester city. he has put permission to hold ways how they can frustrate the million new cars this year. what is wrong with that? last year he agreed talks. neil lennon is likely to take because it is so much a part of wishes of the people. and because people'sroutines, but global which he would not make any statements... over at park. chelsea manager says owns a look of the uk's radio you booked party. we cancelled the network feels it has to cut back the he has made up his mind whether to number of brexit shows are currently keep the goalkeeper after he refused broadcast. what will change exactly? party. but more importantly, one of this was the 30 tweet, he was taking a look at the headlines at the moment each of those stations on afternoon live. theresa may tells mps our colleagues is getting married on to be subbed during sunday's league broadcasts local brexit shows, at they will get to vote on whether the uk can leave the eu the 30th and she was going to have cup final. after england complete the moment there are 14 shows the 30th and she was going to have marijuana as he sent to this, without a deal in place. the first brexit wedding. it'll be totally legal in california, but it's gotten into hot water. and why covering 14 region —— local a she says if her deal really nice if we had a double is this so bad? after that tweet he is defeated then the brexit their one—day series, he will be deadline could be extended. celebration on that day... but will agreed not to post statements about the labour leader, the compa ny‘s financial state replaced by sam dominic i'll be back jeremy corbyn, says see. thank you. i've spoken to a without the company agreeing first, brea kfast covering 14 region —— local breakfast shows. they are going to the prime minister is taking merge some of those regions. there a "grotesquely reckless" approach to the final stages of brexit — on accusing her of couple of the conservative ministers he reached that deal with the "stringing people along". would still be a different drivetime in other news, one of who were threatening to resign in the pope's former advisers — show is but that not as many edit order to make sure there is a an australian cardinal — would cover a bigger area. capital becomes the most senior no—deal brexit, one of them says regulator. the securities and exchange commission is asking a new would cover a bigger area. capital roman catholic to be convicted of sexually they are still not convinced by what would be the first to make the assaulting children.
yorkjudge to hold him in contempt changes but we understand that here's your business theresa may has said, the other says because they say this tweet violates headlines on afternoon live. he is happy with the proposal she the settlement they reached. a factor that has been rescued, if smooth would also make the same marks and spencer is hoping to offer has put forward today, so it could michelle fleury is at the new york customers a food delivery you want us to show that, why don't service for the first time, changes. and the space notice? yes, as it confirmed it's be what theresa may has announced stock. why did they put this has done the trick in a sense that you want us to show that, why don't you tweet me. —— make a fat rat. he in discussions about a possible arrangement with ocado. agreement in place to stop him? as shares in both firms it may stop mass resignations jumped on the news. tomorrow. thank you very much. there will the fewer presenters and ocado's current deal is rescued, it ends well but it is a with waitrose ends next year. well as the marijuana, if you look fat rat stuck in a manhole cover and it's not clear whether ocado theresa may announces would be allowed to do a significant shift in her brexit strategy — back, elon musk had tweeted a while deliveries for both retailers. there is a whole film crew, a fire promising mps a vote on ruling less local news, but there will out a no—deal brexit ago that the company would rescue service, if you want to see still be local news and local travel the housebuilder persimmon or delaying the uk's departure. potentially go private, funding had them, let me know. made profits of more than one billion pounds been secured. that is information for the first time. information. there may be up to 100 a row over pay last year led the labour leader, jeremy corbyn, says india says its air force jobs being lost by according to the the prime minister is taking has carried out raids to the boss leaving — in pakistani—administered kashmir, that was after controversy a "grotesquely reckless" approach to the final stages of brexit — targeting a militant group accusing her of "stringing people that the financial watchdog, the over his £75m pay package. securities and exchange commission, which killed 40 indian soldiers along". in a suicide attack almost company. persimmon shares have recovered convicted of child sex abuse — it takes that very seriously, and two weeks ago. the move will see the creation on the profits news today — the vatican's treasurer officials in delhi say camps of the three largest commercial they had fallen heavily yesterday cardinal george pell — releasing this in twitter rather belonging to the group have is found guilty of assaulting two than in the normal manner caused a radio breakfast shows in the uk. after the firm came under scrutiny choirboys when he was huge degree of upset and the been destroyed and there but the firm's boss ashley tabor over its continued involvement are many fatalities. the air strikes are a major said it was needed if the firm archbishop of melbourne. comments which affected the share escalation of tension between was to lead the commercial radio in the help to buy scheme. the two nuclear—armed neighbours. india says it's conducted air—raids bank of england governor mark carney inside pakistani territory — the mainly muslim state of kashmir sectors next huge step, price of this publicly traded has been talking to mps pakistan warns that it has been a source of conflict about interest rates will retaliate. and to properly compete and brexit this morning. between india and pakistan with bbc radio 1 & 2 company moved on that news, which at breakfast time. he says he expects the bank turned out not to be the case. this since partition in 1947, leading they will still have of england will provide more support to a series of bloody conflicts. regional drivetime shows — is why the sec and elon musk first but covering a larger area each. for the economy in the event and in sports, brendan rodgers look got into dispute, they reached a yogita limaye reports. was this a surprise? of a no—deal brexit. set to leave celtic and take up the settlement in which all tweets at least some of this news has been mr carney warned "if there is no manager puzzlementjob at leicester expected since ofcom — deal, no transition, the regulator — relaxed the rules
city. he has permission to hold relating to the company that elon i guarantee you the path of gdp it's in this forested area in october 2018. talks with the premier league side. of pakistan that india claims networked breakfast shows have been musk decided to be published would predicted for many years to have hit militant group in the commercial radio sector, will be materially lower." that means neil lennon is likely to jaish—e—mohammed — orjem. but this move means it will actually make a return to celtic park, the in an intelligence led operation be vetted by the company first. then in the early hours of today, be a reality this year. a big update from the prime former manager has been lined up to there was the tweet on february 19 on a personal note — ta ke former manager has been lined up to take over at least until the end of about car production numbers, the india struck the biggest training seeing these breakfast shows go does resonate, the season. former sri lanka cricket camp of the jaish—e—mohammed given that my first broadcasts sec said that was in violation of were on local commercial radio minister on brexit — stations and you'll probably find in balakot. that's true of many captain has been banned from cricket reporters and presenters — in this operation, a very large who feel a great affection again — usually provokes some financial reaction — number of jaish—e—mohammed for where they started out. what's happened ? for two years for breaking that agreement so they asked a judge you had to wear a black tie, it was the pound has anti—corruption rules. i'll be back terrorists, trainers, strengthened against both the dollar and the euro. with more of those stories just that long ago! after half past. senior commanders and groups investors seem to like the fact that marks and spencer potentially theresa may has accepted that brexit ofjihadis who have been partnering with ocado to hold him in contempt. that has to deliver food to your door? could be delayed rather than having one of the most high—ranking trained for fedayeen a no—deal departure from the eu — officials in the catholic church, not stopped elon musk from going action, were eliminated. back to twitter, never tweeting that if mps vote that way. the australian cardinal and former the system is broken and the sec's india says its fighter vatican treasurer george pell, oversight does not work. this boxing jets flew over the area they already have another contract has been convicted of sexual abuse. match, as one analyst described it, and bombed the targets. with waitrose but that is coming to he was found guilty on five charges on the ground, a local villager told you can see the above $132 of assaulting two choirboys in 1996. carries on, and the fear is it is a the bbc what he witnessed. an end. so marks & spencer see an afternoon. the vatican said the conviction distraction. are what is the next step? atms up the pound is seen as a barometer opportunity to offer a full food is painful, but pell has the right home delivery service for the first to defend himself until all legal translation: around 3am, of confidence in the uk economy. in court? —— so what is the next i heard a huge explosion and then time. it's been welcomed by we heard jets flying overhead. channels have been exhausted. we went to the place in the morning investors, the two companies basically there are concerns that confirming they're in talks about a hywel griffith reports a no deal brexit would cause from melbourne. possible tie—up has shares soaring. a financial shock to britain step? could he end up in court? a and saw a big crater. cardinal pell, how what is not clear is what it means are you feeling today? he returned from rome claiming for the current deal with waitrose so investors appear happier he would clear his name. but we can delve into all of that blow he has been held in contempt, four or five houses were also but cardinal george pell, once one we will have to see what the next with catherine, who is a retail about the prospect of a delay of the pope's closest advisers, steps a re we will have to see what the next steps are but the worry is that this destroyed. ta kes steps are but the worry is that this takes the compa ny‘s but pakistan says there was no rather than no deal.
now faces going to jail. steps are but the worry is that this damage and no casualties. marks and spencer potentially takes the company's focus away from its spokesman put out these photos, partnering with ocado a nalyst. to deliver food to your door? a time when they are talking about saying the jets were forced with catherine, who is a retail analyst. how will this actually the 77—year—old was, to drop their payloads hastily affect customers? it remains to be for many years, the face of the wrapping up model three, expanding in china, plans for europe, they see and scramble away. church in australia, the country's foreign minister seen the detail of it but it sounds the to are discussing a £1.8 billion revered for his intellect this as an unnecessary waste of like marks & spencer are about to joint venture. and uncompromising manner. warned they would be retaliation. entera like marks & spencer are about to enter a joint—venture where they ta ke enter a joint—venture where they take on the provision of products in if the two companies reach but pell also used his power time, management effort and energy india has committed uncalled—for agreement, it would give m&s a food the ocado offer in effect by the delivery service for the first time. aggression, to which pakistan shall shares in both companies when they should focus on the are up after they revealed to manipulate and abuse. respond at the time and place customers of a caddo, so some of they're in talks. ocado is best known of its choosing. them getting waitrose products, they for delivering waitrose goods, india's actions come less than two may get marks & spencer products. business in what is meant to be a but that deal comes to an end next weeks after this suicide bombing year. but the detail that is yet to be persimmon on the board there too? very difficult year for the company, thatis very difficult year for the company, by jaish—e—mohammed, seen. will this help to restore i have experienced shame, loneliness that is why the share price is marks & spencers fortunes? its food falling. just before we started talking it which killed 40 troops it's been a roller—coaster day for and depression. it has taken me was downjust short in indian—administered kashmir. just before we started talking it was down just short of 3%. thank you yea rs and depression. it has taken me years to understand the impact on my for the update, michelle fleury. sales have been softening and m85 the uk's second—biggest lets look at the markets. the this is an area disputed by pakistan life. strength of the pound is up after and india that has, for decades, really need growth to push forward house—builder. in 1996, in one of his yesterday persimmon saw its share faced armed insurgency. price drop around 5% the statement from the prime and so india's been to their shareholders and investors, first services as going after militants and it's important they do something because of questions over its continued involvement on territory it controls too. in the help to buy scheme. quickly. this is not a new thing archbishop in melbourne's cathedral, minister, that is affecting the ftse just a few days ago, pell found two choirboys helping 100. it tends to put pressure on we witnessed this army raid. marks & spencer is have been looking themselves to communion wine. in the lane, three insurgents at, as long ago as 2008 they talked ftse100 companies, 70% of its then today the group income is derived from abroad. were hiding, indian forces revealed profits of more he told them they were in trouble trying to flush them out. about looking at an online delivery than one billion pounds persimmon have recovered some of over the past few years, service. but with new management at and forced both into a series of and its shares have recovered some what they lost yesterday after the the army has conducted profits of more than £1 billion. hundreds of such operations, the helm, they are not messing of yesterday's lost ground. and that's only intensified about. they want to be a digital sexual acts. for years he purported in recent weeks. jeremy stretch is head of currency to be someone who wanted to help first business moving forward and i strategy at cibc world markets. think we might see something very
abuse survivors setting up a world 44 years after 21 people were killed different and interesting if they go ocado has been delivering.” good to see you, jeremy. it's first system here in australia to in the birmingham pub bombings, forward with the deal with ocado the families say they just want to know the truth that will allow people to have m&s offer counselling and compensation. profits of more than £1 billion. about what happened. ocado has been delivering. i see inquests have opened into the deaths interesting, persimmon, we often talk about house—builders being george pell became one of the most what you did, there! marks & spencer of those who were killed in 1974. news delivered directly to their vulnerable to uncertainty around powerful people in rome. today the six men who were wrongly convicted doors. element how much of this is vatican said it was pained by the of planting the bombs verdict but stopped short of forcing were acquitted in 1991. british retailers scrambling at the point at which m is starting to try brexit but these profits suggest him to resign, stressing many relatives are disappointed that and geta point at which m is starting to try shares up as well. naming suspects as part and get a slice of the uk grocery that he has lodged an appeal. ocado doing better out of the two, otherwise. at face value it does of the inquest has been ruled out. market? —— is is starting to get a suggest the company has been able to but marks & spencer up. the pound we await the against the euro is one of the kathryn stanczyszyn reports. shake off the walls and uncertainty outcome of the appeals process, highest levels we have seen for some in the housing market. i think the recalling that cardinal george pell question is going forward with the maintains his innocence and has months. see you in one hour. a long and painful wait. slice. -- amazon. amazon have made time for a look at the weather... house—builders will find it more after a decades—long crusade, the right to defend himself. starting ales has the record difficult if there is going to be breaking weather. —— stav has. a top families of the birmingham pub bomb but for victims will today hear their loved some abuse survivors in australia, allowing a convicted paedophile to ones acknowledged in the formal continued economic uncertainty, the no secret of the fact that they are builder have reflected some of those setting of an inquest. fears in some of the language. but bought food businesses in the other remain a cardinal is abhorrent. excommunication. parts of the world and there are now overall they are remarkably upbeat there is no other two bombs ripped through trying to decide what to do in the choice. it would be a farce from the pubs in the city centre numbers. profit margins have catholic church if they once again temperature of 20.6 celsius in west on november 21st, 1974, increased, the profitability is uk market. they set up amazon pantry above estimates and that's give lip service. it's about time killing 21 people accounting for the solitary band in the catholics from the pope down and injuring almost 200 others. which is a food delivery business the equity valuation today. —— the started to practice but they have been kind of slow in it remains the 20th century's the fresh food market. so i think solid rebound. the other big factor what they preach. wales yesterday, read 21 degrees, biggest unsolved mass murder on english soil. they will do something pretty quickly and that's why m&s have got after months of secrecy and affecting the markets is the suppression, the world can now learn the ira were thought to be to make their move and got to make the first time we have seen over 20 responsible and in the aftermath, about george pell‘s crimes, the man it quick, or they could lose their strength of the pound. this suggests celsius in the uk in february. it is these men, the birmingham moment. bell thanks very much. trusted by millions around the world set to remain warm, we remain on the six, were convicted. investors feel a little more
those convictions were later has been held to account. one side of the church, and high overturned and no—one else has positive after the prime minister's pressure is keeping things fine and ever been prosecuted. when he returns to court next, he knows he settled. keeping the weather systems the inquests were not resumed brexit update to the commons?” faces a prison sentence. hywel at bay, enjoying plenty of sunshine. think what we've seen over the the high pressure will breakdown and until now, something the families course of this week is that markets say is long overdue. the big factor affecting the ftse100 is the strength of the pound. have repriced this year or the risk it will turn more unsettled later in we want the truth, really. it's up against the dollar ofa no have repriced this year or the risk of a no deal exit. the probability britain's second biggest house and the euro after theresa may is now probably down to around builder — persimmon — the week. remaining very warm for the time of so, you know, whatever way it comes accepted that brexit could be year, we could challenge yesterday's out, we just want the truth, delayed if mps vote for that rather 10-15%, is now probably down to around 10—15%, probably around the same has for the first time recorded sort of level we were seeing in the values. tonight, many places stay we want to know what happened back than a no—deal exit from the eu. profits of a billion pounds. then, because it's been too long, back end of january. the company faced controversy last there's that many theories out there, unanswered questions year over the size of its then chief clear, turning quite chilly once as well that need to be answered. executive's pay package. persimmon shares up persimmon is also under scrutiny again with patches of mist and fog, so, as long as we get the truth, after their strong profit report sort of level we were seeing in the back end ofjanuary. and accordingly because of its continued involvement especially across central and and a particular bright spot — the markets have pared back those southern areas. temperatures of that's all we want. ocado shares up as well as m&s fears and according the devaluation in the help to buy scheme. of sterling has recovered which but none of this affected starting today, each of the 21 after those talks about affects equity valuations, but the house builders annual around seven or eight in the far will have their moment in court, a possiblejoint venture. profits for last year — overall as you mentioned it's a bit as details of their lives are read ofa i can't share the video of the right overall as you mentioned it's a bit of a barometer of uk plc. but there which jumped by 13%. out by family members are still obvious headwinds ahead. north—west because of the breeze and or close friends — but for an outstanding is looking as india says its air force the people who have been andi i can't share the video of the right and i will warn you if you don't though it could get back to the sort has carried out raids suffering their loss for more like rats, look away now. i have to in pakistani—administered kashmir, of levels we had not seen since late targeting a militant group which killed 40 indian soldiers than 44 years. warn you that no right was injured. september. that's micro for now, in a suicide attack almost this is a skill. two weeks ago. styling. so a slightly more the far right founder officials in delhi say camps more cloud. of the english defence league, belonging to the group have tommy robinson, has had his official been destroyed and there facebook and instagram optimistic view points for the tomorrow, we start to see subtle are many fatalities. changes across western areas, more accounts shut down. ——this is a still. markets on sterling. at the risk of clouds rolling in, quite a great day in the german town of bensheim, rescue workers the air strikes are a major for northern and western scotland. facebook said his posts had used got an unusual call... escalation of tension between for the bulk of the country, after a a chubby rat needed help cutting the optimism away, we often the two nuclear—armed neighbours. chilly start, looking like another dehumanising language talk about the woes of the retail glorious afternoon. very high after getting stuck halfway the mainly muslim state of kashmir temperatures for the time of year and violated its policies out of a sewer manhole. sector in this slot, and the news has been a source of conflict but maybe not as high as over the around organised hate.
between india and pakistan the activist, who had more about m&s and ocado potentially since partition in 1947, leading than a million facebook followers, a fairly large rescue operation doing a tie—up for whom the to a series of bloody conflicts. last few days. on thursday we started to see was banned from twitter delivery, but we potentially going change, high—pressure breaks down, and paypal last year. to see more consolidation, more of weather fronts move in. britain's second biggest house ensued, but the quote, even animals yogita limaye reports. change, high—pressure breaks down, weatherfronts move in. thursday sta rts weatherfronts move in. thursday starts largely dry, some sunshine, builder — persimmon — that sort of merger and partnership has for the first time recorded that are hated by many deserve are retail to survive? mist and fog, turning wet and windy profits of a billion pounds. that sort of merger and partnership are retailto survive? i think so. the company faced controversy last respect. the rat was rescued, it was across parts of wales and some ina sense, are retailto survive? i think so. year over the size of its then chief showery rain into england. a quite an operation, the entire fire in a sense, what's the reasoning executive's pay package. it's in this forested area considerable drop in temperatures to crew team! i will show you the video of pakistan that india claims what we have been used to quite from darron from marks & spencer in to have hit militant group persimmon is also under scrutiny later. you are. that's the fat rat. jaish—e—mohammed — orjem. because of its continued involvement this? one issue they have failed to in an intelligence led operation in the help to buy scheme. keep up with on the competitors is in the early hours of today, but none of this affected does it a name? no. it reminds me of india struck the biggest training sometime, something closer to the house builders annual on my platform, in particular, camp of the jaish—e—mohammed seasonal average. all change as we profits for last year — they've been unable to sustain their in balakot. end the week, the atlantic comes food sales into the online space. i which jumped by 13%. in this operation, a very large the cricketer sir alastair cook number of jaish—e—mohammed and the actress sophie okonedo think there will be further back to life, turning more unsettled are amongst those who've been someone, i can't quite tell who, terrorists, trainers, consolidation in the market, meaning receiving honours from the queen but... back in a few minutes, let's get the weather. senior commanders and groups at buckingham palace. further difficulties or tough times ofjihadis who have been and temperatures dropping to one of the british divers who helped trained for fedayeen action, were eliminated. rescue 12 boys trapped in a cave in thailand last year has also been ahead for some of those mainstream india says its fighter awarded the george medal. retailers. but i think there will be jets flew over the area something closer to what we should joe wilson reports. and bombed the targets. hello, we saw the highest further consolidation in the sector, absolutely. thanks, jeremy, good to standing here today talk to you. on the ground, a local villager told at buckingham palace my mind went i'll be back tomorrow! be seen at the time of year. back to the middle of india in 2006 temperature recorded in the british isles in february in wales. and you you can see the blue colours pushing when a young man called the bbc what he witnessed. across the uk as we pick up a more alistair cook flew out to open can see from the orange and yellow in the german town of bensheim, rescue workers invigorated jet stream of the the batting for england's test match colours but is continuing. they were got an unusual call. translation: around 3am, atlantic. friday into the start of a chubby rat needed help i heard a huge explosion and then the weekend, it will be on the cool standing here today meant to the day, 19, may be 20 after getting stuck halfway side, spells of rain, sunshine and we heard jets flying overhead. at buckingham palace my mind went out of a sewer manhole. showers. back to the middle of india in 2006 when a young man called and that is the picture that greeted
we went to the place in the morning degrees in one or two places. and he ended his career well. tonight, largely dry, clearskies, the rescuers. what followed was england's most capped player, and saw a big crater. leading run scorer, moore temperatures will plummet again, so 100s and anybody else. quite a lengthy rescue operation over his career he has faced like i mentioned, we could see a but pakistan says there was no the world plasma best bowler involving an entire fire crew, who touch of frost in places. we start so i asked him whether it was really damage and no casualties. nerve—racking meeting the queen. wednesday on a chilly note. a in the end had to lift the manhole its spokesman put out these photos, saying the jets were forced it is nerve—racking, i don't know why. quickly any mist and fog are clear to drop their payloads hastily and those temperatures will rise cover. apparently this is a rat who and scramble away. you are suddenly thinking, into the afternoon. at worst, a bit the country's foreign minister had a lot of winterflood, she was more cloud roaming in off the warned they would be retaliation. i can't do this, i can walk and neil atlantic, particularly into northern stuck fast at her hip. there was no india has committed uncalled—for and western scotland, but elsewhere going forward or back for her, the but i do get nervous. fine afternoon. maybe not quite as aggression, to which pakistan shall it is a very special day. rescue was desperately needed. —— warm as we have seen the last few respond at the time and place she had a lot of winter flab. days. the jet stream via video one that we will as a family eventually the rat is freed. a lot of its choosing. always look back on, greats as we head to the end of the great memories and very proud. of firefighters involved, a lot of india's actions come less than two fuss. the rat was not harmed or weeks after this suicide bombing week, pushing temperatures down a ifirst heard your name in india in hurt. that is the picture of the by jaish—e—mohammed, little. -- which killed 40 troops nagpur with an england connection. week, pushing temperatures down a little. —— re—invigorates. day, the fat rat saved from a in indian—administered kashmir. to get this kind of recognition now, manhole. i promised i would bring this is an area disputed by pakistan does that truly mean you those pictures and i have and india that has, for decades, something different? delivered it. faced armed insurgency. it does. and so india's been going after militants ijust i just see that, i on territory it controls too. i can't quite work out why. ijust see that, i think if you take a screen grab and hashtag, your just a few days ago, it's obviously it's a great we witnessed this army raid. in the lane, three insurgents ending to what has been were hiding, indian forces a career of 12 years.
trying to flush them out. it —— there has been profile pic, potential! over the past few years, some great moments. the army has conducted but my overriding memory has been hundreds of such operations, and that's only intensified just come i've been so lucky. in recent weeks. hello, you're watching that's it from your afternoon afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. live team for today. this final bit now has today at 4... theresa may tells mps they will get become the perfect book end of those 12 years. to vote on whether the uk can leave my the far right founder my story of the day is the warmest of the english defence league, i feel very lucky to be standing the eu without a deal in place. day of winter so far, we have never tommy robinson, has had his official here with my family. she says if her deal facebook and instagram accounts shut down. i know they are not actually is defeated then the brexit facebook said his posts had used deadline could be extended. had these temperatures before in dehumanising language here now but they are around and violated its policies winter. temperatures are beginning around organised hate. let me be clear. i do not want to somewhere enjhoying the champagne! to fall away now through this the activist, who had more just to think yes, i have than a million facebook followers, had a good go at it. afternoon, one or two places still was banned from twitter there is alistair cook and i'm in the high teens celsius, but certain that in the dressing room see article 50 extended. our and paypal last year. and on the family farm it will not absolute focus should be on working that's temperatures will tumble away change the way his team mates, overnight and clear skies and light 44 years after 21 people were killed to get a deal and leaving on the and the sheep, treat him. winds, we will see patches of mist in the birmingham pub bombings, joe wilson at buckingham palace. 29th of march. and fog, too. a chilly night, one or the families say they just want to know the truth after labour announced two places seeing a touch of frost about what happened. it was prepared to back a new referendum — as we have seen the last few nights inquests have opened into the deaths further claims that the prime of those who were killed in 1974. minister is recklessly as we have seen the last few nights as well. looks like tomorrow will be stalling for time. the loss of the widespread sunny six men who were wrongly convicted this is not dithering, of planting the bombs it's a deliberate strategy the uk has experienced its warmest to run down the clock. days, a chilly start, we will lose were acquitted in 1991. winter day since records began, the mist and fog through the morning in other news, one of many relatives are disappointed that for the second day running. the pope's former advisers — and a lot of the country should see an australian cardinal — naming suspects as part records were broken in both england becomes the most senior and wales, as temperatures edged roman catholic to be of the inquest has been ruled out. convicted of sexually towards 21 degrees celsius. assaulting children. president trump arrives in vietnam ahead of a second round of talks
a long and painful wait. with the north korean the met office said some time but more cloud west, temperatures hit 20.8 degrees leader kim jong—un. celsius in porthmadog, coming up on afternoon particularly around the irish sea after a decades—long crusade, coasts. temperatures not quite as families of the birmingham pub bomb high, still mild for the time of gwynedd, in wales, this afternoon. live all the sport. year, but not as high as what we victims will today hear their loved ones acknowledged in the formal and 20.7 degrees was have seen today and yesterday. setting of an inquest. recorded in teddington, towards the end of the week, more in south—west london. it looks like it is all change at u nsettled, towards the end of the week, more parts of britain were hotter unsettled, cooler weather coming in off the atlantic, we could even see than a series of popular celtic with brendan rodgers off to some gales during the weekend. two bombs ripped through holiday destinations, beating malibu, that's all from me. pubs in the city centre athens and barcelona. leicester and neil lennon set to on november 21st, 1974, well the bbc has been make a comeback, perhaps. the later killing 21 people speaking to some people out is just after half past. it is a bit and injuring almost 200 others. and about enjoying the sunny it remains the 20th century's weather, in aberaeron in wales. biggest unsolved mass murder on english soil. there is not a cloud in the sky. hot for a jacket. tell me about it. i like the studio the ira were thought to be responsible and in the aftermath, because aircon is on. temperatures lovely and warm. perfect. how did it these men, the birmingham reaching a new high with kew gardens six, were convicted. compared to yesterdaythink it's today at 5, another big development in the brexit process. those convictions were later 20.9 celsius. that is the highest mps could get the opportunity hotter today, definitely. there's no overturned and no—one else has wind. the sea was very rough to force a delay. ever been prosecuted. temperature we have seen ever in the inquests were not resumed yesterday about its completely still until now, something the families winter. i will be in the studio to the prime minister tells mps that say is long overdue. and it's beautiful. scorching hot if her deal is rejected, show you why we are getting this they'll get an opportunity to rule warm weather later. out a no—deal brexit, we want the truth, really. or indeed delay the entire process. so, you know, whatever way it comes today. a little bit better than out, we just want the truth, we want to know what happened back yesterday, i think. also coming up — then, because it's been too long, today. a little bit better than yesterday, ithink. and, looking forward to if it keeps on like this. there's that many theories out but let me be clear, on news nationwide i do not want to see there, unanswered questions any plans to enjoy the nice weather? we go to salford to hear article 50 extended. as well that need to be answered. from rogerjohnson.
so, as long as we get the truth, yes, a work with the family and take he is the uncle of the our absolute focus should be little boy whose life that's all we want. was saved by an organ donor. on working to get a deal and leaving in the sun and scenery. it's on the 29th of march. starting today, each of the 21 will have their moment in court, beautiful. we are going to feed the this is not dithering. as details of their lives are read ducks and we? lovely, nice and warm. it's a deliberate strategy out by family members or close friends — to run down the clock. the people who have been suffering their loss for more how unusual it is set for february? we'll have the latest is quite surprising? fairly. it's from westminster, as the chances hello, everyone — of a no—deal brexit have now than 44 years. this is afternoon live. been significantly reduced. lovely. you are nice and warm. yes. the prime minister has made a significant change to her brexit strategy in the face of intense pressure it's beautiful. just the job. from some members of her cabinet. now it's time for a look at the weather with stav. lovely. you are nice and warm. yes. it's beautiful. just thejob. it's warm and is hot. rather than warmer. she's told mps that if they reject her withdrawal deal next month hello, we saw a top temperature of does it feel like february? it and they also vote against leaving the eu without an agreement, 21 celsius in western wales then she would allow them a vote shouldn't be but it is. lovely. yesterday which is the highest on delaying britain's departure. temperature ever recorded in winter does it feel like february? it theresa may had been warned and the british isles. we remain on shouldn't be but it is. lovelym certainly is. about the prospect of government resignations unless she took the warm side of the jet through the possibility of no deal off the table. today as we you can see from those orange and yellow colours there. a but leading brexiteers have warned very warm and to the day, this would undermine negotiations the downside to this is that it's in brussels at a crucial stage. temperatures again in 19 may be 20 let's take a closer look at the prime minister's degrees and one or two places. as we home to limit global warming. it's cold an omega block. this was a bit three commitments. head on into tonight, largely dry, theresa may has promised clear skies with light winds, she will bring the meaningful vote temperatures will plummet again, on her brexit deal back mist and fog developing across further west or indeed by the east, to the commons by 12th march.
western and southern parts of britain. because the touch of frost we could have been any blog skull if mps reject the prime and a few places and we do start pattern, so it's almost luck minister's deal again — wednesday on a chilly note. mist and then there would be a further vote on 13th march on whether mps fog will clear away, temperatures depending on... this is thejet support a no—deal brexit. will rise into the afternoon, subtle and if that fails, a third vote stream, passing to the north changes taking place, more cloud will take place the following day dropping down across eastern europe and the colours obviously denote the on march 14th, where parliament rolling and of the atlantic, into will decide whether to extend the two—year article 50 northern and western scotland, but warmth. we have colder air looming, negotiation process, to delay withdrawal elsewhere a fight fine afternoon, we kept that out. for eastern europe beyond march 29th. sunshine, bit but not as warm. then the prime minister stressed to mps turning to the balkans and greece and southern italy, it's been pretty the most important thing was working the jet stream reinvigorate as we to achieve a brexit deal that works head on into the end of the week for the british people. awful. it's been 5—6d by day when pushing weather systems away with it our political correspondent turning cooler. they should be seeing about 20—22. iain watson reports. in athens for example and also heavy in little more than a month, the prime minister is due showers, snow even on the hills to take us out of the eu. but concern has been growing among around athens. so ijust played throughjust to conservative ministers that no around athens. so ijust played through just to show this is just to agreement has yet been reached, zoom through just to show this is just to zoom out to show you. it is unusual and some say they'll resign unless she rules out no deal. there and it's unusual for us that we have seen temperatures record—breaking at 21 but our source of herair is the prospect of no deal is such record—breaking at 21 but our source of her air is coming from the a disaster, it's hanging over north—west of africa. the canaries and for morocco. temperatures in business like they've never known before in history, possibly since before
marrakesh yesterday where 29 celsius. this is a bit hotter than what they would expect at this time the second world war and i have said of year. it's been travelling was we should rule out a no deal. the idea that it is a negotiating northwards. we've been seeing high tool is absolutely incorrect in my view. temperatures in parts of spain and nobody believes it france by day and also by night as in the european union. two other ministers — clare perry and margotjames — well. it's been quite warm. and this are also threatening to go. they want theresa may is still technically winter. to delay our departure from the eu, if that's the only way meteorological spring begins on the of avoiding no deal. and some senior members of her own 1st of march. we are technically in cabinet hold similar views, winter. these are more like may, so today the prime minister tried to reassure them if a deal isn't passed by parliament april temperatures and the uk's hi. on or before march the 12th, there will be a vote on whether to leave with no deal. if that's rejected, then it was 20.6 in west wales and today parliament could ask for a short delay to brexit. the house should be clear that a short extension, not beyond the end ofjune, we seen 20.8 and also the high would almost certainly have to be a one—off. temperature in teddington in london. if we had not taken part we will know exactly where the in the european parliament elections, it will be extremely highest temperature was. but again difficult to extend again, is 21 degrees we have never seen so it would create a much sharper that before in the uk in winter. cliff edge in a few months' time. there looks to be a tiny bit of the an extension cannot take shetlands was getting cold weather but this is the rest of the uk no deal off the table.
basking in the sunshine. the only way to do that is to revoke absolutely. not completely sunny, article 50, which i shall not do. but there is a bit of cloud across the far north of scotland because of and the prime minister this weather front which keeps said she still hoped to avoid delaying brexit, pestering the north—west corner but but the labour leader its high pressure we've got with us wasn't impressed. they say, mr speaker, which is why we are seeing all the history repeats itself. fine and sunny weather and this is the picture through the afternoon, first time is tragedy, virtually no clouds in the sky apart the second time is farce, by the umpteenth time it can only be from this north—west corner of scotla nd from this north—west corner of scotland of the northern isles. described as grotesquely reckless. coming from the south, like we saw this is not dithering, in spain, france and the north—west it's a deliberate strategy to run down the clock. of africa. this source of air is very warm. temperatures generally northern ireland's dup believe high in the teams with may be higher the prime minister gave in to some of her rebellious colleagues than 21, we will know in a few and weakened her hand in the negotiations. hours. and then through this does she not think that evening, clear skies, light the machinations of some hours. and then through this evening, clearskies, light winds, going to turn quite chilly again, of her ministers and the proposals she has actually announced today, mist and fog, one or two places in does she think this scotla nd mist and fog, one or two places in scotland can see a touch of frost. will have the effect in brussels it's going to be a chilly start to and on european leaders of making them more likely wednesday. any mist and fog clears to concede what is necessary, away and another sunny day, may be or perhaps that they will the last of the widespread sunny just sit back and wait?
day. cloud pushing in from the perhaps not surprisingly, worst, a slight change across brexit is causing tensions not western areas, a little bit cool at just between, but within that, temperatures 18 may be 19 celsius, that's if you degrees dance the big political parties. in as values and yesterday. and then our area of high pressure loses labour now say if their its grip on the country and we start preferred brexit plan — to pick up more of that atlantic a customs union with the eu — is rejected by parliament, influence. the first of if you then they will support a referendum. degrees down on today's values and but there has been some confusion yesterday. and then our area of high pressure loses its grip on the as to what form this will take. country and we start to pick up more we know that no deal wouldn't of that atlantic influence. the feature on their ballot first of a few weather fronts paper, but what would? working their way in, that actually the choice has to be between bring in the first significant a credible leave option and remain, rainfall to parts of england and and if the prime minister's deal wales. very useful for the gardens, it's been very dry lately. further north, if you sunny spells around, gets through, that should be largely dry, it going to be windy subject to the lock, and wet across the southern half of britain and look at those if you like, of a public vote. temperatures. the lack of sunshine, but some labour mps say they won't back a referendum in any form. temperatures. the lack of sunshine, temperatures around the low teens, for the record, and it won't be maybe even nine or ten across the a surprise to anybody that north. that is closer to what we expect this time of year but is i will not, shall not and cannot vote for a second referendum, going to feel considerably colder. and then we pick up the jet stream regardless of how much lipstick is put on it and what it's called. of the atlantic. going to be quite a perhaps our party leaders are now facing up to the iron law of politics. powerful jet stream. so on brexit, you can't please of the atlantic. going to be quite a powerfuljet stream. so friday and sat on into the weekend, we will see
areas of low pressure, windy all of the people all of the time. conditions, rain followed by sunshine and showers and those our chief political correspondent, temperatures just about making double figures many places, it will vicki young is at westminster. feel quite a shock to what is being it goes on? you cannot please many used to as of late. people hardly any of the time, that is the way it has been going so far. what is interesting today, theresa may with the threat of resignations has decided to give mps what they we re has decided to give mps what they were calling for and that is the chance to really delay brexit for two or three months, instead of having a no deal scenario. i think we can say that the uk will not be leaving at the end of march if there is an ideal situation because we know how many mps are dead set against the uk leaving without a deal. i am joined against the uk leaving without a deal. iamjoined by against the uk leaving without a deal. i am joined by a conservative mp, nick boles. you presumably are pleased with what the prime minister said today, why has it reassured you? today has been a victory for
parliament and for the sovereignty of parliament in that mps, in a large number, made clearand of parliament in that mps, in a large number, made clear and voted for a previous motion, that we are not willing to countenance a no—deal brexit on the 29th. because the government did not seem to be taking that seriously, we had concluded we needed to bring forward a bill and pass an act of parliament to require the prime minister to seek an extension from the eu and what today she has done is say listened, do not worry about your bill, i agree, i will give you the chance, before the 29th of march, to assist i ask for that extension, and that is good news for the country, for businesses who have been crying out for certainty, and also for parliament. others will say it prolongs uncertainty. what use would be two or three months, in the end at some point parliament will have to make a decision and theresa may's point is
it does not take no deal of the table but just changes it does not take no deal of the table butjust changes when it might happen. i voted for her deal and will vote for it when she brings it back but hitherto, she has been unable to persuade colleagues, particularly my colleagues most attached to brexit, to vote for brexit. what i hope is as they see they will not get apps what some would prefer, that no—deal brexit, that completely clean break. if they realise they are not going to get it on the 29th of march, may be more of them will vote for her deal when she brings it back on the 12th of march, and, if not, at least we will have more months to see if there is another compromise. i have advanced another compromise. i have advanced a compromise where we move into a position like norway, a bit like the common market we used to be in. there are other compromises. so far the government has not given us a chance to vote on them and at least now we chance to vote on them and at least now we might get time to explore
compromises, come to a compromise and geta compromises, come to a compromise and get a deal through before we leave. do you think the eu would go along with this? we cannotjust say we wa nt along with this? we cannotjust say we want to delay, they have to agree to it. we need to show we are making some progress, but if the delay is not unreasonable, in particular i think if the delay does not take us past the european elections, i think on balance the eu is more likely than not to agree to it. they would be more inclined to do that if we we re be more inclined to do that if we were making some progress, even if we were making some progress, even if we had not quite got there towards finding a compromise a majority can support. do you think a deal could get through next week or the week after? i do. i think get through next week or the week after? i do. ithink she get through next week or the week after? i do. i think she has a better chance today than yesterday, because of the move she made today. people are beginning to realise perfection is not on offer. none of us will get everything we dreamt of and even those most committed to
brexit have to accept that parliament has a view and they want to have a fairly reasonable brexit deal, so i think she has a better chance. i deal, so i think she has a better chance. lam not deal, so i think she has a better chance. i am not sure if it is a good chance, and we quickly need to get on to discussing alternatives if she fails again. thank you very much. that commons showdown tomorrow has gone away. we will have to see what happens in a couple of weeks after that. we are expecting to see some sort of paperwork warning of the problems of a no—deal brexit. these are the impact assessments the government has been forced into publishing. they were reluctant to do so but they are documents seen by the cabinet and they assess the effect on the economy of a no—deal brexit. i'm not entirely sure when they will come out but their contents, because we know from kanab —— cabinet ministers who have seen them, they are not good news for those putting forward a no—deal brexit and i think they will be
seized upon by hundreds of mps who think a no deal would be bad for the economy, so i think it adds more arguments for those saying the uk should not contemplate leaving the eu without a deal. i am told the release is not far away, which is where i need you to be. do not go anywhere! one of the most high—ranking officials in the catholic church, the australian cardinal and former vatican treasurer george pell, has been convicted of sexual abuse. he was found guilty on five charges of assaulting two choirboys in 1996. the vatican said the conviction is painful, but pell has the right to defend himself until all legal channels have been exhausted. hywel griffith reports from melbourne. cardinal pell, how are you feeling today? he returned from rome claiming he would clear his name. but cardinal george pell, once one of the pope's closest advisers, now faces going to jail. the 77—year—old was, for many years, the face of the church in australia,
revered for his intellect and uncompromising manner. but pell also used his power to manipulate and abuse. outside court, a statement was read out on behalf of one of his victims. like many survivors, i have experienced shame, loneliness, depression and struggle. like many survivors, it has taken me years to understand the impact on my life. in 1996, in one of his first services as archbishop in melbourne's cathedral, pell found two choirboys helping themselves to communion wine. he told them that they were in trouble and then, grabbing them by the head, forced both into a series of sexual acts. for years, pell purported to be someone who wanted to help abuse survivors, setting up a world—first system here in australia to offer counselling and compensation. in reality, it only served to mask his own crimes. george pell became one of the most
powerful people in rome. today, the vatican said it was pained by the verdict stopped short of forcing him to resign, stressing that he has lodged an appeal. we await the outcome of the appeals process, recalling that cardinal pell maintains his innocence and has the right to defend himself. but for some abuse survivors in australia, allowing a convicted paedophile to remain a cardinal is abhorrent. excommunication. there is no other choice. it will be a farce from the catholic church if they once again give lip service. it's about time the catholics from the pope down started to practise what they preach. after months of secrecy and suppression, the world can now learn about george pell‘s crimes. the man trusted by millions around the world has been held to account. when he returns to court next, he'll know he faces a prison sentence.
hywel griffith, bbc news, melbourne. president trump has arrived in the vietnamese capital, hanoi, for his second summit with the north korean leader, kim jong—un. the two men will meet tomorrow. the summit is expected to focus on the north's nuclear programme and the sanctions against pyongyang. our world affairs correpsondent nick beake is in hanoi, and earlier told me about the moment donald trump arrived ahead of those talks. we do know mr trump is at the hotel where he will be based for the next couple of days. hundreds lined the streets to see his motorcade and a warning there is flash photography the moment we see the convoy pullin. really quiet, the moment mr trump arrived. he has gone into the hotel and it will be tomorrow evening just before dinner he meets mr kim in vietnam and we expect more meetings to ta ke vietnam and we expect more meetings to take place on thursday between the two men and also their various teams. lots of theatre expected, a
bit like in the way the men met the first time in singapore. a lot of people saying we cannotjust have theatre this time, something more concrete needs to come from this if it isjudged a concrete needs to come from this if it is judged a success on either side. and in terms of the denuclearisation, president trump seems optimistic he will get his way but it is not necessarily the mood you get from north korea. analysts, experts say that their reason for survival is based on having a nuclear deterrent, so why would they give this up? the americans are saying they believe they can get some sort of concession, whether it is dismantling a nuclear plant, or some other sort of move from the north koreans. why would they do that? there could be the prospect of relief of economic sanctions which have made an impact in mr kim's country. could there be some
movement there? people talking about whether there could be something on both sides that is judged to be a win as mrtrump both sides that is judged to be a win as mr trump might put it, and that could be marking a formal end to the war between the countries. in 1953, there was cessation to what happened but there has not been a formal treaty, so there could be progress which both sides could allude to is being worth the two men meeting again in this way. you're watching afternoon live, these are our headlines. theresa may announces a significant shift in her brexit strategy — promising mps a vote on ruling out a no—deal brexit or delaying the uk's departure. the labour leader, jeremy corbyn, says the prime minister is taking a "grotesquely reckless" approach to the final stages of brexit — accusing her of "stringing people along". convicted of child sex abuse — the vatican's treasurer cardinal george pell — is found guilty of assaulting two choirboys when he was archbishop of melbourne. and the uk has experienced its warmest winter day since records began,
for the second day running. and in sport... brendan rodgers looks set to leave celtic and take up the manager's job at leicester city. neil lennon is likely to take over at celtic park. chelsea manager maurizio sarri says he hasn't made up his mind whether to pick goalkeeper kepa for the big game against tottenham tomorrow after he refused to be subbed during sunday's league cup final. and moeen ali will fly home from the west indies to rest after england complete their one day series. he'll be replaced for the t20s by sam curran. i'll be back with more on those stories later. india says its air force has carried out raids in pakistani—administered kashmir, targeting a militant group which killed 40 indian soldiers in a suicide attack almost two weeks ago. officials in delhi say camps belonging to the group have been destroyed and there are many fatalities. the air strikes are a major escalation of tension between the two nuclear—armed neighbours. the mainly muslim state of kashmir has been a source of conflict
between india and pakistan since partition in 1947, leading to a series of bloody conflicts. yogita limaye reports. it's in this forested area of pakistan that india claims to have hit militant group jaish—e—mohammad — orjem. in an intelligence led operation in the early hours of today, india struck the biggest training camp of the jaish—e—mohammed in balakot. in this operation, a very large number of jaish—e—mohammad terrorists, trainers, senior commanders and groups ofjihadis who were being trained for fedayeen action, were eliminated. india says its fighter jets flew over the area and bombed the targets. on the ground, a local villager told the bbc what he witnessed. translation: around 3am, i heard a huge explosion and then we heard jets flying overhead.
we went to the place in the morning and saw a big crater. but pakistan says there was no damage and no casualties. its spokesman put out these photos, saying the jets were forced to drop their payloads hastily and scramble away. the country's foreign minister warned there would be retaliation. india has committed uncalled—for aggression, to which pakistan shall respond at the time and place of its choosing. india's actions come less than two weeks after this suicide bombing by jaish—e—mohammad, which killed 40 troops in indian—administered kashmir. this is an area disputed between pakistan and india that has, for decades, faced armed insurgency. and so india's been going after militants on territory it controls, too. just a few days ago, we witnessed this army raid. in the lane, three insurgents were hiding, indian forces
trying to flush them out. over the past few years, the army has conducted hundreds of such operations, and that's only intensified in recent weeks. the far—right founder of the english defence league, tommy robinson, has had his official facebook and instagram accounts shut down. facebook said his posts had used dehumanising language and violated its policies around organised hate. the activist, who had more than a million facebook followers, was banned from twitter and paypal last year. britain's second—biggest house builder — persimmon — has for the first time recorded profits of a billion pounds. the company faced controversy last year over the size of its then chief executive's pay package. persimmon is also under scrutiny because of its continued involvement in the help to buy scheme. but none of this affected the house builder's annual profits for last year — which jumped by 13%. a bbc scotland investigation has found the widespread sale of drugs over social media. lethal pills are making their way into rural communities, ordered over sites like facebook
and delivered through the post. and the drugs have changed ? tranquilisers are replacing heroin, with users saying they re tranquilisers are replacing heroin, they include one drug which was linked to 300 deaths in scotland in 2017. chris clements reports. log onto facebook and you can find an array of pills openly for sale, including tranquillisers like xanax and etizolam, not available in the uk. we contacted a guy on facebook we'd never met and asked him to send us xanax. within 25 minutes he agreed to send it. a day and a half later, it's in my hand. it's drugs like this that are killing people in scotland. we had the drugs tested. what we were told was xanax was actually etizolam, a controlled benzodiazepine, a sedative not legally available in this country and which killed 300 people in scotland in 2017. the problem is that there's a lot of respiratory depressants out there — like heroin and methadone, alcohol when taken to excess —
and they can all act together on the central nervous system and have devastating effects. and it's places like here in dumfries and galloway where those effects are being felt. lethal pills are bought online, sent through the post, and often taken in a cocktail with drugs like heroin or methadone. this local charity volunteer has seen the way drugs are being purchased change. back in the day, when i first started, you'd have to roam the streets for maybe a couple of hours before you found what you were looking for. you don't now. you go onto instagram, go onto facebook, go onto whatsapp, two minutes and i'm sorted. two minutes. and then maybe 20 minutes later, it's delivered to me. it's too simple now. john paul was killed by a combination of methadone and etizolam. he was found by his brother christopher, who is also a heavy pill user. do you want to stop?
can you stop? no. it's too far gone. i've been taking them from when i was 14, 13 years old. i'm now 35. i hate taking drugs. facebook said there is more it can do, and after being contacted by the bbc, it removed 26 accounts linked to the sale of illegal pills on the site. 2017 was a record year for drug deaths in dumfries and galloway and in scotland. local addiction services here say that the internet is a game changer in the area's relationship with drugs. chris clements, bbc news. and you can watch the full disclosure investigation, ‘these pills may kill you' on the bbc iplayer police in canada have filmed dramatic pictures of ice on the niagara river in canada. this huge frozen mass is called an "ice tsunami" and it happens
when high winds cause the rapid movement of ice boulders, piling them on top of each other until they eventually spill over the river banks and onto the surrounding land and roads. it isa it is a bit different here. the uk has experienced its warmest winter day since records began, for the second day running. records were broken in both england and wales, as temperatures edged towards 21 degrees celsius. the met office said temperatures hit 20.8 degrees celsius in porthmadog, gwynedd, in wales, this afternoon. and 20.7 degrees was recorded in teddington, in south—west london. parts of britain were hotter than a series of popular holiday destinations, beating malibu, athens and barcelona. and that is woolacombe in devon. don't you wish we were all there? well, the bbc has been speaking to some people out and about enjoying the sunny weather, in aberaeron in wales. there is not a cloud in the sky,
lovely and warm. it is perfect. how does it compare to yesterday? i think it is hotter today. there is no wind. the sea was rough yesterday, but it is completely still and beautiful. a little bit better than yesterday, i think. looking forward, if it keeps on like this, yes. any plans to enjoy the nice weather? i am going to take a walk with the family and take in the sun and scenery. it is beautiful. we are going to feed the ducks. it is lovely. nice and warm. how unusual is it for february? fairly. it is lovely, isn't it? you are nice and warm? yes. oh, it is beautiful. just the job. it is warm. warm? yes. oh, it is beautiful. just thejob. it is warm. it warm? yes. oh, it is beautiful. just the job. it is warm. it is hot. hot
rather than warm. does it feel like february? it shouldn't be, but it is, lovely. so, yes, it's lovely. and now we can explain more about what is going on. we have a live picture of what is happening over london. beautiful blue sky. you can see the pollution hanging over the city. that is part of the problem, we are talking about global issues. this is a blocking pattern. there is talk that if we see global warming, block patterns will become more of a thing. in the summertime, long periods of hot and sunny weather. what is block pattern? when it is stuck in this position for a long time. and high pressure in the middle, bringing up airfrom the south. it is warm air, but like the south. it is warm air, but like the picture of london, there can be pollution mixed in because the air
sinks in high pressure and keeps polluta nts sinks in high pressure and keeps pollutants close to the ground. i would not be surprised, the wind coming up from the south, it could bring sahara dust, you know sometimes when you get a southerly, a downpour, and the cars are covered. usually when you have just wash your car! exactly! but this is the pattern we have seen for a while. we have been on the warm side of the jet and eastern europe, eastern mediterranean, greece and the balkans have been on the cold side with strong winds, snow in the athens area. ten bridges have not made double figures for a few days but for us, record—breaking temperatures. we have not seen that yet. this was marrakesh yesterday, 29 degrees. you can see the sahara air moving across morocco and moving north to spain and portugal who have seen cracking temperatures and lots of sunshine. must be glorious on the spanish and
portuguese beaches. generally around the mid 20s. these are weather station areas. and back home, incredibly. it was bound to happen with these temperatures and southerly winds. it was bound to happen but the sun getting stronger. yesterday here in wales, 20.6. today, a bit of dispute because it could have gone up between the hour of three and four but at three p m it was 20.9 at kew gardens. they could be some dispute about whether it went up to 21.2, 21.1. you can see the flowers out and nature is confused by this. 21, 70 fahrenheit. what is installed ? 21, 70 fahrenheit. what is installed? it is not going to last. not with the weekend. we will be losing warm airand not with the weekend. we will be losing warm air and start picking up an atlantic influence. that is the high pressure area and you can see
the source of the air coming up from the source of the air coming up from the south, keeping the weather front out but still bring in cloud this afternoon to the north and west of scotla nd afternoon to the north and west of scotland but elsewhere, a lovely clear sky, apart from the pollution in the capital and lots of sunshine and temperatures widely mid to high teens. that is this afternoon but into the afternoon period, clear skies, light winds. we could see mist and fog forming once again. holding on to cloud in the far north of scotla nd holding on to cloud in the far north of scotland and one or two places seeing a touch of frost perhaps in the north—east of scotland and one or two spots further south. watch out for that tomorrow morning but it should clear quickly through england and wales and it will be another sunny day but i would say tomorrow is the last of the widespread sunny days and we will pick up more cloud from the atlantic particularly across the north west of scotland. temperatures still high but not quite as hot we think is what we
have seen today and yesterday. then all change from wednesday on. the high pressure ebbing away from the near continent and we start to see the atlantic come back to life with weather front moving in on thursday. a dry start in northern and eastern areas with mist and fog perhaps some glimmers of brightness. and some useful rain to some of the gardens. turning windy particularly in the south—west. more cloud, wind and rain, temperatures 9—13. that will feel quite different and it is what we should be seeing at this time. the jet stream fires up as we head into the weekend. it looks like it will turn unsettled. much cooler with temperatures 9—13. close to the seasonal average. and there will be rain followed by sunshine and showers. all change after wednesday.