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this is bbc news — hello, you're watching latest headlines: new pressure on hello, you're watching afternoon live. back home, the indian fighter pilot, our latest headlines. afternoon live. today at 4. captured by pakistan after being shot down two days ago, new pressure on the transport today at 3. the transport secretary as the back home — the indian crosses the border government is. a £33 million to fighter pilot, captured by pakistan new pressure on the transport secretary — after being shot down two days ago, back into his country. secretary as the government's forced to pay crosses the border back hello, you're watching eurotunnel to settle a legal claim. into his country — pakistan's prime minister afternoon live — i'm martine croxall. £33 million to eurotunnel, pakistan's prime minister, imran khan to settle a legal claim. imran khan, says he's says he's being freed today at 2. as the government's forced to pay numbers returning to prison being freed as a peace gesture. as a peace gesture. £33 million to eurotunnel skyrocket because of rushed to settle a legal claim. new pressure on the transport secretary — new pressure on the probation reforms, according to the as the government's forced to pay new pressure on the transport £33 million to eurotunnel, transport secretary secretary as the government's forced numbers returning to prison "skyrocket" because of rushed probation reforms, government spending watchdog. crowds gather to enter the indian fighter to settle a legal claim. as the government's forced to pay to pay £33 million to eurotunnel to according to the govenment a million dollar reward — £33 million to eurotunnel settle a legal claim. spending watchdog. that's what america's offering, to settle a legal claim. numbers returning pilot captured by pakistan, about to for the capture of osama bin laden's numbers returning to prison "skyrocket" be released. making landlords check to prison "skyrocket" because of rushed probation reforms, crowds gather to welcome son — who's thought to be because of rushed probation reforms, according to the govenment the indian fighter pilot, a key figure in al qaeda. according to the govenment spending watchdog. captured by pakistan, spending watchdog. who is about to be released. te na nts coming up on afternoon be released. making landlords check tenants immigration status is ruled making landlords check tenants' a million dollar reward — to bea tenants immigration status is ruled to be a breach of human rights. immigration status crowds gather to welcome live all the sport... is ruled to be a breach the indian fighter pilot, that's what america's offering, captured by pakistan, britain's katarina of human rights. for the capture of osama bin laden's numbers returning to prison "skyrocket" johnson—thompson has the world who is about to be released. because of rushed probation reforms, son — who's thought to be sport now on afternoon live pentathlon record in sight and coming up, according to the govenment a key figure in al qaeda. after superb displays, spending watchdog. a million dollar reward, crowds gather to welcome coming up on afternoon with hugh woozencroft. including two personal making landlords check tenants‘ the indian fighter pilot, live all the sport — bests on the first day that's what america's offering immigration status is ruled to be captured by pakistan, that's with hugh woozencroft. of the european indoor a breach of human rights. who is about to be released. the european indoor athletics has for the capture of osama bin laden's making landlords check tenants' all eyes on glasgow. championships. son immigration status is ruled started in glasgow today. coming up on afternoon live to be a breach of human rights. chris has the weather forecast. we who's thought to be a key all the sport with hugh — good afternoon, our so far, the one to watch has been and coming up, main action comes from european indoor athletics the break in the iceshelf, will be looking at storm freya which which has forced british scientists the european indoor championships katarina johnson—thompson, among a figure in al qaeda. to leave their research station where katarina johnson thompson lot of good performances for will be looking at storm freya which will bring very windy weather to our in the antarctic. is in world record form britains so far in glasgow but she championships in glasgow sport now on afternoon as she looks to defend her title sport now on afternoon live with hugh. in the pentathlon. shores later this weekend and we and there's athletics going on. live with hugh. is on for a world record in the will also have a look back at what live with hugh. glasgow, the european indoor athletics has good afternoon, our sport just after 330. pentathlon, healthy lead at the happened when storm emma met the started in glasgow today, main action comes from and katarina johnson—thompson the european indoor championships moment, 118 points after the first beast from the east which happened where katarina johnson thompson is in world record form live with hugh. indoors. last year. studio: with a strong first session. as she looks to defend her title thanks, hugh, and we'll bejoining three events, the favourite as well in the pentathlon. not sure if you have yet made your
sport just after 230. great performace so far you for a full update in the absence of the world and from a number of britons just after half—past. olympic heptathlon champion, who is thanks, chris. at the european indoor chris fawkes has all the weather. also coming up — in a day friday night plans but if you are champs in glasgow, of special coverage staying in, make sure you are especially from kjt, out injured, equalling her seasons watching the bbc later on, katarina thanks, hugh. who is on for a world record across the bbc. chris has all the weather — in the pentathlon it is going to be stormy! we'll bring you some with a healthy lead of 118 points best time in the 60 metres hurdles of the the stories johnson—thompson looks in great form storm on its way. after the first 3 events. you want to hear on brexit. to begin with, finishing second in to set a world record in the we will be having a look at storm katerina johnson thompson also coming up — in a day of special coverage the first event but one better in pentathlon, very healthy lead after is the event favourite across the bbc we'll bring the first three events, 118 points, you some of the the stories the first event but one better in the next, winning the highjump, in the absence of you want to hear on brexit. with a one metre 96 centimetres freya and we will also be looking at the first three events, 118 points, the event favourite in fact in the jump, that is just absence of world olympic heptathlon a different storm, this time exactly with a one metre 96 centimetres jump, that isjust shy with a one metre 96 centimetres jump, that is just shy of her of world and olympic heptathlon personal best. a different storm, this time exactly champion nafi thiam, hello, everyone — champion, she is injured, but it may a year ago, storm emma hit wales and who's injured andequalled be about more than just winning her season's best time, i will be showing what happened. in finishing second in the first later on in the first event, kay jt event — the 60 metres hurdles. this is afternoon live. she then went one better equalled her seasons best time when thanks, chris. british teammate niamh emerson impressed with 2nd in that event. she finished second in the 60 metre in the next event. before an even more impressive hello everyone — also coming up — performance in the shot put. hurdles, she went one better in the a liftime best forjohnson thompson this is afternoon live. the countdown to leaving the eu. we have just been watching the next event, winning the highjump we'll bring you some winning the high jump the government is paying of 13.15 metres to take firm control with her one metre, 96 centimetres of the the stories you with of 1.96 metres. return of the indian pilot whose want to hear on brexit, just shy of her personal £33 million to eurotunnel — going into the final two events best but it was enough of the evening session. to take her into the lead. to settle a lawsuit over extra ferry the long jump, followed plane was shot down during the week british teammate niamh emerson services in the event of a no—deal brexit. by pakistan but he has been released asa by the 800 metres. by pakistan but he has been released as a gesture of goodwill, a peace jump. impressed with 2nd in that event. the company which runs gesture, according to the prime the channel tunnel said minister of pakistan imran khan. the government had acted in a ‘secretive' way when it awarded elsewhere, eilidh doyle has qualified for the semi—finals of the 400 metres. before an even more impressive contracts to three companies she's a former silver medallist performance in the shot put. to ensure goods continue a liftime best forjohnson thompson to flow into britain. in this event and was one hello, everyone — of the fastest losers of 13.15 metres to take firm control the transport secretary this is afternoon live. afterfinishing third in her heat. the government is paying going into the final two events chris grayling has been heavily 13.15 metres, lifetime best, taking of the evening session. £33 million to eurotunnel — the long jump, followed criticised for his role laura muir is defending her 3000 to settle a lawsuit over extra ferry in the affair — with
services in the event by the 800 metres. labour's shadow transport minister, andy mcdonald describing metre crown in the days final event, firm control. mr grayling's actions of a no—deal brexit. elsewhere, eilidh doyle has as "gross incompetence bbc two this evening, coverage qualified on an industrial scale". starting again from 6:30pm. brendan let's speak to kinjal pandyawagh the company which runs for the semi—finals from the bbc hindi service. of the 400 metres. she's a former silver medallist the channel tunnel said it was all very choreographed. in this event and was one rodgers speaking to the media for the government had acted of the fastest losers iam i am aghast. what does it take for in a ‘secretive‘ way when it awarded afterfinishing third in her heat. the first time since taking up his indians had been waiting for his contracts to three companies there's live football going on right now. this secretary of state to be role with leicester city. brendan to ensure goods continue to flow scotland women are playing sacked? 33 million on top of the 500 return, it has taken long hours, and into britain smoothly. crowds have gathered at the border. ferry contracts were awarded by the government canada in the algarve cup. million we know it cost us in december to dfds, rodgers is back in the premier brittany ferries and seaborne yesterday, on top of the 1.3 billion the score is 0—0 and you can watch league with leicester city. speaking lots of indians dancing and singing, british teammate niamh emerson freight to lay on additional it cost us on the east coast main to the media for the first time singing patriotically songs and impressed with 2nd in that event. it live now via the bbc about the reasons why he decided to before an even more impressive sport website and ap. line, the country can't afford chris waiting for their pilot to come performance in the shot put. crossings to ports other than dover. leave celtic, they are the scottish back. he is being looked at as a a liftime best forjohnson thompson canada ranked 15 places above grayling. he has got to go for the of 13.15 metres to take firm control credibility of our nation and the premiership defending champions, top scotla nd hero. why? it was an indian air going into the final two events but the deal with seaborne — canada ranked 15 places above scotland in the world rankings, of the table at the moment, still of the evening session. which was a start—up tough test for the scottish. —— app. people who are working for he must the long jump, followed company with no ships — be pulling out their hair, he have a chance to win an by the 800 metres. elsewhere, eilidh doyle has was terminated last month after its stu m bles be pulling out their hair, he stumbles from catastrophe do unprecedented treble treble, all strike that was in a pakistani qualified for the semi—finals financial backer pulled out. of the 400 metres. transport secretary chris grayling disaster and it is gross in conduct airspace, trying to attack the she's a former silver medallist has been heavily criticised ona disaster and it is gross in conduct on a industrial scale. enough is three scottish domestic trophies three scottish domestic trophies militant camps in pakistan, that was in this event and was one for his role in the eurotunnel three years on the bounce. he says of the fastest losers affair — dubbed ‘failing grayling' he understands the frustration of afterfinishing third in her heat. for the numerous controversies we don't know yet enough and he must be out of his looked at as a brave thing for brendan rodgers speaking to he has presided over the celtic fans that he decided to the media for during his six—and—a—half post by monday —— gross misconduct leave for the premier league. all india. they thought there was a good the first time since taking years in cabinet — but this morning downing street said up his role with leicester city. the prime minister still has if manchester united interim manager on an industrial scale. way of retaliating against pakistan full confidence in him. ole gunnar solskjaer a little bit contrite, left celtic will still be at happen very quickly, i was presented the club next season this morning downing street said after the militant attack on the with them top of the premiership, a our business reporter but he is already making the prime minister still had 14th of february. given that kashmir plans for it's future. with an opportunity that came to me, rob young is with me now. he's heaped praise on goalkeeper ‘full confidence' in chris grayling. good chance of winning an david de gea who's unprecedented treble treble, all this is what the health secretary, isa a fairly explanatory introduction, contract expires next summer, reminding the spaniard and of course, then, emotionally, 14th of february. given that kashmir is a disputed territory, and india three scottish domestic trophies of the support they gave him matt hancock had to say when asked and pakistan have fought three three scottish domestic trophies but tell us more about the if the transport secretary you have to take the emotion out of three years in a row but he chose to background. it goes back to the during his difficult early years conflicts over it, how surprising is at the club. the decision. after nearly three leave, giving up immortality, as however, injured club captain should resign. fa ns awarding of those contracts to antonio valencia looks set to leave it that he has been handed back as leave, giving up immortality, as fans put it. he says he understands
companies about christmas, to the club soon with a contract extension deadline years, with everything we had quickly as this? it was a bit provide additional freight capacity about to expire. the labour party is talking about i'm not sure if manchester united achieved, the success we have had. surprising to see that the handing their frustration that he chose to between the uk and the continent. serial failure when it comes to leave them for the premier league, and antonia will agree on the next chris grayling. here he is speaking earlier. should there be disruption on the over was so surprising to see that the handing over was so quick, and i don't think he has presided over many failures, year, so it depends if he gets back we expected his return to be that is it time for him to resign? dover calais crossing if there is a time to move on to my next on the pitch in the next few no, this is a very important quick, because we thought this will no—deal brexit, three companies were agreement that we have come ta ke quick, because we thought this will take time and then they will have to all happened very quickly, challenge. given contracts, dfds, brittany months... antonio is the captain, a to as a government as a whole, be talks, but there was i was presented with an opportunity it is very important that we don't know yet if manchester that came to me, and of course, whatever the brexit scenario united interim manager international pressure on imran then, emotionally, you have to take ferries and lastly seaborne freight great servant to the club. hopefully ole gunnar solskjaer will still be we have the unhindered supply khan, and both of the countries, the emotion out of the decision. of medicines and i cannot emphasise at the club next season which did not have any ships and had ican get great servant to the club. hopefully i can get him on the pitch and show enough how important the agreement but he is already making india and pakistan, to de—escalate and my decision was, never run a very service before. that we have reached today plans for it's future. after nearly three years, what he can do. is because it allows with everything we had achieved, us to have confidence tensions, from all international the success we have had. he's heaped praise on goalkeeper time to move on to my eurotunnel had previously run the that we will have the unhindered david de gea who's contract ferry service and it was annoyed supply of medicines expires next summer, organisations like the un and the us reminding the spaniard of the support they gave him that it was not asked to tender a during his difficult early years next challenge. at the club. bid to provide some of this which everyone would like to see. however, injured club captain additionalfreight cardiff city have been accused antonio valencia looks set to leave of "abandoning" emiliano sala and the european countries, they bid to provide some of this additional freight capacity and it the club soon with a contract have been telling them to another team with a new man in said the process therefore was before the footballer secretive and it tried to take the let's look at the some de—escalate, so it was a surprise died in a plane crash. of the twitter reaction to the news. that it was this quick but there was charge, fulham, they sat claudio government to court to get those sala and pilot david ibbotson labour mp neil coyle wrote... extension deadline about to expire. a lot of pressure on them. the pilot ranieri yesterday, first—team coach very contracts quashed but before came down in the english that court case could get under way channel, in january. scott parker has taken temporary the government said it had settled former football agent willie mckay charge of the club. hasissued a lot of pressure on them. the pilot has issued a statement saying he was booked the flight for sala. i'm not sure if man united and the government said it had settled the case for £33 million. eurotunnel he says cardiff, left sala treated very well by the pakistan to arrange his own travel — military and that he was facing a they face chelsea on sunday. an accusation the club, antonia will agree on the next year. proved right? the case did not go to "strongly reject". mob and he was effectively rescued fulham are 19th in the who was abandoned at the hotel, more by pakistani soldiers. we don't know premier league table. or less, to do his travel himself. he says he has "mixed emotions" the next few months... after replacing ranieri nobody in cardiff seems to be doing former brexit secretary antonio is the captain, but there is a job court, but the government said the a great servant to the club. what pressure he was under when he hopefully i can get him on the pitch to do on the pitch. process was carried out at pace and anything. it was a bit embarrassing, was making those statements but he the last few months and last few
it was rushed in the autumn because david davis tweeted. .. was making those statements but he was critical, as well, of the way the cardiff situation, you buy a the indian media have reported this weeks has probably been a bit of a player for 17 million euros, and and show what he can do. they said there was new advice on what should happen in government "the government has been disconnect, with the fans as well, then leave him at the hotel, right to help the nhs story and how they report tensions "with no deal brexit planning. certainly, and i have tried to ahead of a potential no—deal brexit "it s very regrettable that between pakistan. how fair is that? explain at times that there are eurotunnel seems to have tried himself, trying to go on to the certain things as a football player and they said they did not go "to block this from happening." computer and look for a flight... and joanna cherry snp through the regular tendering spokesperson onjustice and home affairs tweeted... scotland's women put it is fairto between pakistan. how fair is that? you cannot guarantee. whether that process because of that, but they in a gutsy performance it is fair to a great extent because the indian media have been very but were beaten in their first match did say they did contact all of the is ale ksandar mitrovi ? scoring "i warned the uk at the algarve cup as preparations sensationalised and very you cannot guarantee. whether that is aleksandar mitrovi? scoring a goal, whether that is calum chambers continue for the summer's world cup. companies that currently runs govt that this would happen services between the uk and "repeatedly and they denied it. they were under pressure for long anti—pakistan, drumming up war periods but the only goal making passes successfully, you continental europe. this £33 million "now they ve had to pay £33 million of the game came from the penalty hysteria, it is quite surprising how to eurotunnel over their failure cannot guarantee that, but if there laura kenny has pulled out "to follow competitive tendering spot in the 82nd minute. is one thing that you can guarantee for seaborne freight christine sinclair stepped asa of the world track "ferrygate, brexitshambles. " up to sidefoot home is one thing that you can guarantee continental europe. this £33 million as a settlement, the government wa nts cycling championships after a foul by chloe arthur. isa is one thing that you can guarantee is a football player, it is that you as a settlement, the government wants this case to go away, because because of illness. our business correspondent, scotland face iceland india have been in their coverage, she was supposed to be competing rob young has been explaining more there was a concern that if a judge in the omnium today and will be about the events that have led in their next game on monday. very patriotic of the headlines in to today multi—million have a passion and a desire on the decided that these contracts should replaced by katie archibald. pound settlement. laura kenny has pulled out the newspapers were very patriotic they were both part of the world track cycling and the news channels have been foot ball have a passion and a desire on the be brought to an end, that there was of the british team who took championships because of illness. silver in the women's team she was supposed to be competing pursuit in poland. a risk that the additional freight they were just edged out in the omnium today and will be running the story 24—7 and the whole football field. by australia in the fina, capacity they have secured would no missing out by two tenths replaced by katie archibald. of a second. we are not doing so well with that they were both part -- final. of the british team who took narrative was very anti—pakistan, scotland's women put longer be there, and government there was silver too, story but we will come back to that silver in the women's team in a gutsy performance for the british men. when we can. a story that is going pursuit in poland. very patriotic, and the sort of but were beaten in their first match they also lost out to an australian they were just edged out at the algarve cup as preparations sources say there was a risk that if by australia in the final — thing that the indian army is doing there was disruption and a no—deal team, that broke the world record, continue for the summer's world cup. brexit that might put at risk the on their way to gold to be picked overfor the rest of missing out by two tenths the right thing, so the indian media they were under pressure for long the day. ability to bring medicines and in the team pursuit. of a second. periods but the only goal that's all the sport for now. has been under constant criticism of the game came from the penalty medical equipment in and out of the for a long time for the way they that's all the sport for now. spot in the 82nd minute... country, but the £33 million will be theresa may's former cover india pakistan and the way christine sinclair stepped chief of staff has they cover kashmir. what does the up to sidefoot home criticised her brexit strategy. after a foul by chloe arthur. nick timothy said the prime minister scotland face iceland spent by eurotunnel on their own no sees brexit as a "damage public think generally of this salisbury is to be declared limitation exercise". in their next game on monday. deal planning, some will go on decontaminated of novichok story? a large part of indian public mr timothy resigned laura kenny has pulled out
improved security scanners and other after almost a year—long military after the last election of the world track cycling clean—up when the prime minister failed championships because of illness. following the sergei to secure an overall majority. martine, back with more she was supposed to be competing do not understand kashmir and the skripal poisoning. speaking in his first tv interview, india pakistan issue. they really in the omnium today and will be bits of money will go on work to the former russian spy‘s house replaced by katie archibald. mr timothy said the prime minister in the next hour. they were both part and 11 other potentially infected of the british team who took sites hadn't taken the steps needed follow the indian media and for them silver in the women's team deal with congestion. what about the are expected to be ruled pursuit in poland. to make the most of leaving the eu. they were just edged out to get a balanced view of what by australia in the final, plans in the event of a no deal? the let's get more now from our missing out by two tenths safe on friday. political correspondent nick eardley as we've been hearing, exactly is happening between india who's in westminster. the high court has ruled that part and pakistan, what is happening in of a second. government says the contracts with of the government's immigration military teams have spent 1,300 policy, brought in when theresa may kashmir, is very difficult because dfds and brittany will continue, and (sic) hours on the clean—up was home secretary, is in breach the mainstream media in india is that is all the sport for now, and after mr skripal and his daughter this is quite significant because of human rights legislation. very sensational and very from me. we will be later with more if they do what they have agreed to yulia were targeted with the nerve nick timothy was very close to the the scheme, known agent in march last year, as "right to rent", anti—pakistan. do, they say they are confident prime minister at one time. he was requires landlords in england which left them seriously ill. to establish the immigration status very sensational and very anti-pakistan. how might this affect in the next hour. there will be no interruption, five metropolitan police of prospective tenants. officers have been cleared in her inner circle, someone who the political fortunes of the ruling of misconduct over the arrest specifically to medical supplies, and detention of sean rigg — party, the bjp in the upcoming knows what makes the prime minister we have now been and they said eurotunnel will now who died in a south london joined by kirby amour, elections? it is looked at as a big tick and advised her on a lot of her who was affected by the right police station in 2008. to rent policy a few years a go make sure there is no congestion or the five officers were accused policy as well. what he is saying he favour, because president modi has the united states is offering when a landlord told her she wasn't a million dollar reward try to minimise congestion there. of a string of failings for information about the son that led to the death allowed to rent in the uk, of osama bin laden, thanks forjoining us. of the ao—year—old — doesn't think she is as committed to just 48 hours before her and her the late leader of al qaeda. who had schizophrenia. built up the image is a tough us officials say hamza bin laden a misconduct hearing it and doesn't see the positives family were due to move in. concluded that none of the allegations could be proved. it must have been very distressing is emerging as the leader as we've just heard, that many others do, and that is leader, you can retaliate and who of the islamist militant group. there's renewed pressure sean's sister, marcia rigg, for you. tell us briefly what will not tolerate these attacks. so in recent years, he's called on chris grayling over his role has been giving the family's happened. ian american, married to on followers to take revenge reaction to today's ruling. something that will feed interferes a european citizen, i received an in the partial privatisation the interestjury, in 2012, gave the e—mail, not even a call, from a politically it works out very well on the us and its allies respected agency, who wrote to us 48 for him and also the way the media for the killing of his father, of the probation service that some in the conservative party in england and wales. have that theresa may wasn't totally hours before moving in, saying, we has covered it, it has shifted the who ordered the 9/11 attacks. a scathing report today and in the past hour, from the national audit office says truth of what happened to sean rigg. are not giving you the keys, not mood in india to a great extent in saudi arabia have stripped it's cost the taxpayer nearly half on—board brexit and she sees it giving you the £3000 deposit, no one hamza bin laden of his citizen. a billion pounds. favour of modi. the prime minister our washington correspondent the report says mr —— inquestjury. chris buckler reports. grayling's reforms — truth of what happened to sean rigg. —— inquest jury. on rather than maximising the the united states has published when he was the justice secretary — truth of what happened to sean rigg. —— inquestjury. on the 215t of will rent to you and you are not a wanted posterfor hamza bin laden, august, 2008, that he died of a opportunities of being out of the were ‘rushed' and that the number eu, it is more about limiting the legal in this country, because i did and they believe this of offenders ending up back not have a visa. i was not required of pakistan imran khan has said is the new face of al-qaeda.
in prison has ‘skyrocketed.’ cardiac arrest, partial positional damage of brexit. her team say that india and pakistan have got to live the group has been responsible our home affairs correspondent, for many killings and bombings, to have one, i was married to a but none were more devastating asphyxiation. today's decision by is not the case and if you look at in peace, that is a different tone danny shaw, reports. european citizen, and they cited her speeches over the last couple of from what we have seen in the past? than this. this law is the reason to terminate they were his flagship reforms the panel is the wrong decision. and against main. how much sympathy do on september 11th 2001, yea rs her speeches over the last couple of years since she became prime he has been very measured in its members flew planes when he wasjustice secretary. into the twin towers minister she has always been adamant of new york's world trade center. in 2015, chris grayling split that there are positives to come you have for the position that the one of a series of murderous attacks my question is, if the officers on america, apparently probation between private companies from brexit and that she is intent landlords were put in in a case like responding to india and he has said and a national service. masterminded by osama bin laden. apparently did the right thing, why on making the most of them, but at a they need to sit down together and time where things are so on a knife talk but they haven't seen a he called the process is he dead. i thought this system, this. it was done on behalf of the transforming rehabilitation. edge over brexit and it is so hard response from india yet to that. how the aim, to cut reoffending for the prime minister to keep her and reduce the cost fairand square, the party together and to get them to landlords, i did not have much likely is it that india would want of crime to society. sympathy, for them, they saw me as a to engage in talks which imran khan but the companies' contracts are is he dead. i thought this system, fair and square, the judicial unite behind various things, a being terminated 14 months early, system, but the system is not and independent experts now say therefore the people, they are there former chief of staff coming out and person to steal money from, because almost two decades on, the us has they thought if i was illegal, they has also suggested needs to happen? new concerns about al-qaeda to protect themselves. as far as i and its late leader's son. saying i'm not all that sure she hamza has released audio and video the system was never going to work. could keep my money. what happened, at the moment there is no indication am concerned, the truth is out and i messages on the internet, ever saw the positives in the first for that, and yesterday we had a calling on his followers to launch place, that is not going to go down attacks against the united states our report concludes joint press briefing from the army, and its western allies. that the ministry ofjustice set are, because i brought this case so well. this is what nick timothy in the end, how did you resolve it itself up to fail in how it navy and air force who said they had long, into 2019, i and said. and get back your money?” and he has threatened attacks approached these probation reforms, one of the reasons why significant evidence for against the united states in revenge are, because i brought this case so and that the consequences of that is long, into 2019, land my family are in the end, how did you resolve it for the may 2011 killing of his father. and get back your money? i was. to getan and get back your money? i was. to after a ten—year search, that services have suffered the winners of this case. pakistani... against pakistani osama bin laden was found at a safe as a result and the decision to end we are where we are, get an attorney involved, and i the contracts early will come forces, they said they were trying house in pakistan and killed in an operation ordered at additional cost to the taxpayer. cited... i went as far as citing the to target military establishments in many of the ministers, actual laws that they were breaking indian occupied kashmir and if scientists at the british with what they were doing to me, and by the then—president barack obama. including theresa, there's any further of tensions from the review of transforming antarctic survey rehabilitation raises serious there is a lot of confusion around questions about ministry have left their halley base struggle to see any economic upside pakistan they will not stop and they after a firefight, ofjustice decision making. these types of laws, that they they killed osama bin laden and took it says the payment—by—results model for the winter are prepared to attack pakistan from it used was not well
suited to probation. amid fears that part of the giant to brexit, they see it as a damage create, and it gives the opportunity all sides. we don't really see any custody of his body. ice shelf it sits on for large companies like this to may crack and float away. intent from india at the moment in a large chasm is opening up that limitation exercise and inevitably discriminate or jump to if you see it in that way for large companies like this to in the compound they found letters reoffending targets were missed, will eventually form an iceberg discriminate orjump to conclusions that suggested he was grooming his the size of greater london. you are never going to take terms of peace talks but this son hamza to succeed him, and taxpayers will have to pay our science correspondent, the steps which would enable about foreigners, thanks everybody you to fully realise the economic with the same brush. you have moved and now intelligence officials believe at least £467 million more gesture returning the indian pilot he is emerging as a key leader isa than under the original terms of the probation contracts. jonathan amos, reports. opportunities of leaving. gesture returning the indian pilot is a big move to de—escalate in the extremist group. tensions for now. as far as the today's al-qaeda is not stagnant. as part of the reforms, probation supervision actually, on reflection, was extended to prisoners who'd the halley research base i think one of the difficulties it's rebuilding, and it continues to threaten served short sentences. to portugal, what extent was that the united states and our allies. as a result, the national audit is like something she has had is that she has tried international community is concerned, may be the united nations from a sci—fi movie, office says the numbers sent back a space station on the ice. to take every part of the party or regional partners where the it's here that they do cutting edge with her at different points. to jail for breaching their release based on immigration rules and pressure comes from four india to science on the climate. it's also where they discovered and, in fact, looking back, rights to reside in britain. 10096 the hole in the ozone layer. meet pakistan? —— for india. conditions has skyrocketed. maybe it would have been better the us is offering $1 million but halley‘s got a growing problem. actually, i didn't have a choice, for information that leads to have been clearer that not everybody in the party i'm part of a very weird group of them to hamza bin laden. there was no need to go down this was going to get what they wanted. pressure comes from four india to meet pakistan? -- for india. it would have to be the us, russia, and privatisation route, spouses that are european citizens there was no need to split officials believe he could be vladimir putin called modi yesterday the service into two sectors. this huge crack is breaking and after five years with my in afghanistan, pakistan or iran. we could have managed those cohort nick timothy speaking there to our but they admit they of offenders serving short don't know for sure. sentences quite easily. through the floating shelf of ice soon—to—be ex—husband, we split up, and called for the de—escalation of chris buckler, bbc news, washington. bbc political editor. so, the on which the base sits the very moment we split up and he tensions. donald trump had asked significance of this, the timing of the ministry ofjustice accepted left the uk, i lost my residency the performance of the private and any day now this fissure this, as well, we are poised to rights. even though my daughter has probation companies was too often deeply disappointing. but the department said will spawn a city—sized iceberg. spent more time of her life in also for a de—escalation of it was spending less it's just one of the hazards than initially forecast. of working in this frozen landscape. england than anywhere else, she tensions, so it is really the us, leave the eu on the 29th of march. danny shaw, bbc news. every so often the edges of the continent breakaway. there is a lot of debate about identifies as british, we were. to russia, and the united nations. it's very difficult leave the country. what made you to put any single event whether that will actually happen, theresa may's former like this particular carving thanks forjoining us. chief of staff has criticised her brexit strategy. event down to global warning, but you are absolutely right, the or climate change, timing is important. this is part of choose portugal? i was not going to to tell us more, i'm nick timothy said the prime minister joined by former us a documentary about what is going on foreign service officer
sees brexit as a "damage across antarctica we are seeing a raise my daughter in the us, for and deputy executive director in the behind—the—scenes but we are getting various reasons, and the immigration un security council, howard stoffer. limitation exercise". consistent pattern of glacier to that point where things are going the government is paying what particularly with the united retreat and warmer temperatures, £33 million to eurotunnel — mr timothy resigned which does clearly point to that point where things are going to get really frenzied. we are policy here is very open to to settle a lawsuit over extra ferry states like to know from hamza bin to climate change. the british antarctic survey don't services in the event after the last election laden? clearly, he has the reins of when the prime minister failed want anyone in the base during getting to the crescendo, the point of a no—deal brexit. the coming polar winter. receiving babies, they want people the company which runs the channel the organisation, has taken over to secure an overall majority. it's an unnecessary risk. at which people have to make their to strengthen the economy. the tunnel said the government had acted speaking in his first tv interview, and the base itself should be fine. from the last leader, who is mr timothy said the prime minister decisions and make their cause. so in a ‘secretive' way when it awarded contracts to three companies hadn't taken the steps needed immigration was very easy. i don't to ensure goods continue whereabouts where territories of to make the most of leaving the eu. by the 12th of march the prime feel like i am under threat. i have to flow into britain. our political correspondent, minister has said that she will come the transport secretary pakistan. taking revenge for his back to the commons with a new deal alex forsyth, is in westminster. chris grayling has been heavily criticised for his role father's killing. he will try to what should she have done in his ora back to the commons with a new deal never felt safe or secure, and i or a reworked deal, rumours it could in the affair — but downing street revitalise the organisation, as you view? nick timothy was one of said theresa may still had be even next week, but we are not ‘full confidence' in him. feel like i am under threat. i have our business correspondent theresa may's closest allies, he was totally sure if that will happen, as neverfelt safe or secure, and i had a right, it came to the point, after know, after 2001, the united states two years ago, snow tractors dragged five years of being there, that i rob young reports. the station away from the crack the government needs to get something on the backstop. even if has designated the leadership of really in the inner circle and there to put as much distance between it was told i had to leave. what are keeping goods moving about the al-qaeda, this is the next are people who think he is one of and the soon to be giant iceberg. the few who really understands her your hopes that you have the ruling government signed contracts with generation rising up. what is known halley has a unique design that it gets something on that and brings three companies to try to make sure thinking and that is why his incorporates legs and skis, it gets something on that and brings from the high court, that things about him and, particularly, where which means if any further cracks it back and says, is a slightly vital supplies can flow easily into comments have generated some different version of the deal, the will change. actually, it made me interest. what he is suggesting, emerge it would be possible to move the base again very easily. big question is, can theresa may the country if there is disruption is he? i wish i could tell you where despite the fact that theresa may the major headache cry, and i didn't know that it has really been about how after a no—deal brexit, and two of he is, i don't know, either, but it has given a number of speeches and talks about the benefits of life in to maintain cutting edge the firms, dfds and brittany ferries science observations of the antarctic happened until i receive the e—mail will be possible to track all kinds while no one's around. persuade the brexiteers in her party of possible leads through but researchers think they have from the bbc, and when i opened the already run services between the uk managed to automate who really believe in brexit, can communications, through use of britain after brexit, the most of their experiments. and continental service, another, social media, through things that advantages, he says he doesn't think jonathan amos, bbc news. she get them on board and persuade news, i got really teared up, them that she has the vision that seaborne freight, doesn't come and her heart was ever really in it. she because for me, a lot of people on other members of al-qaeda say and it didn't even have any ships to the discussion of immigration, sailfrom do. it took ten years to find his doesn't really appreciate the matches theirs? this will make that it didn't even have any ships to economic benefits of leaving the eu, started coming up with when brexit sail from ramsgate, and it didn't even have any ships to sailfrom ramsgate, and their contract has since been ended. father in about a bad and we did, harder, because this is somebody who and the same thing will happen with not just her but knows theresa may well and knows eurotunnel took the government to economic benefits of leaving the eu, notjust her but other ministers, so what makes her tick, saying she has became a reality and discussions court saying it —— its tendering hamza bin laden and he will be they have not taken the right steps
hunted down. i wanted to say, the to make the best of brexit, and he jamie is here with the business news never really seen it in a positive began, for me and my child and my sense and i suspect for some process had been secretive and that problem with offering a reward, it but first, the latest headlines. also suggests she has made too much brexiteers it will confirm their family, these laws that they started it had been excluded at the worst fears. and now to chris government said it had been carried effort to bring together the different divisions in her party, putting in place even before brexit out quickly but it had to be because gives him more worldwide trying to compromise a step too far. was on the table, that had created of the increasing risk of no deal. recognition. —— abbottabad. new pressure on the grayling, the transport secretary, but ahead of today's hearing of the transport secretary it isn't the first time he has issues for immigrants like myself, gives him more worldwide recognition. -- abbottabad. saudi criticised theresa may's brexit as the government's forced to pay criticism of him because eurotunnel arabia have said they are stripping £33 million to eurotunnel have now agreed to settle for £33 these laws were the first, it was him of his citizenship, how will to settle a legal claim. case for £33 million, public money strategy. but it is his relationship that will go to eurotunnel. minister that affect the search for him?” numbers returning to prison "skyrocket" million over the ferry issue over no because of rushed probation reforms, these laws were the first, it was the start to everything that so said they did not want the court to to the prime minister, the closeness according to the government think that has no effect, obviously he had with her which is causing spending watchdog. crowds gather to welcome harshly affected our lives. may be, tearup said they did not want the court to tear up the ferry contracts the indian fighter pilot, potentially risking the shipment of he was not going to be using a saudi people to take note of what he is captured by pakistan, saying now. it is worth saying, he who is about to be released. deal and also criticism over policy in my opinion, the high court here's your business under his time as thejustice starting to overturn these things, medal —— medical supplies. passport, he has other means to get had to quit hisjob saying now. it is worth saying, he headlines on afternoon live. secretary. the national audit office across borders, afghanistan, had to quit his job because the women's fashion chain lk bennett saying now. it is worth saying, he had to quit hisjob because he saying now. it is worth saying, he had to quit his job because he was largely blamed for the strategy and we are starting to get human pakistan, iran. the saudi initiative is in 11th hour talks saying that a number of people potentially risking the shipment of medal -- medical supplies. this is a which led to many failings in the to save the business, rights and get respected as people very important agreement we have but has admitted that it has come to as a government and it is 2017 general election campaign and lined up administrators very important that we can have the to wind down the company. returning to prison because of he was asked about the impact of this could be the start of things unhindered supply of medicines is nothing but covering themselves it has around 200 stores and probation reforms has skyrocketed, so whatever the brexit scenario and i that on the prime minister. one of concessions worldwide, 41 in the uk. probation reforms has skyrocketed, so he is under pressure. he is. turning around, just like it was the to say we don't want this person to the duchess of cambridge can't emphasise enough how important bea start of things turning around a few to say we don't want this person to be a citizen of our country. 28 the agreement we have reached today especially the recent issues with yea rs start of things turning around a few is because it allows us to have is a customer. transport, i think, years ago. we appreciate you talking confidence that we will have the to us and we hope that life works especially the recent issues with transport, ithink, they especially the recent issues with unhindered supply of medicines which transport, i think, they are mounting up, there is a lot of out well for you in portugal. everybody wants to see. £33 million yea rs of the reasons why we are where we are, the electric carmaker tesla pressure from opposition parties for be a citizen of our country. 28 years of age, around 20 when his father was killed, how much time will he have spent with osama bin many of the ministers, including is planning to close chris grayling to go, the whole all of its dealerships procurement system over the failures settle m e nt everybody wants to see. £33 million theresa may, struggle to see any and focus solely on selling online settlement will be spent on laden to take an ideology from him? economic upside to brexit, they see the united states is offering as it tries to cut costs. a million dollar reward eurotunnel‘s oh no deal it's part of a new financial plan for information about the son preparations, on security scanners i don't think he spent much time to make the company profitable. of osama bin laden, and work to improve improvement of with him, he spent very little time it as economic upside to brexit, they see itasa economic upside to brexit, they see tesla will also cut the price of medicines for no brexit deal, —— the late leader of al qaeda.
of its cheapest car, us officials say hamza bin laden with him, he spent very little time it as a damage limitation exercise the model 3, to make it is emerging as the leader traffic around the terminal, the with him, he spent very little time with him, but i believe he has read and inevitably if you see that in transport secretary chris grayling everything his father has said and over the delivery of medicines for of the islamist militant group. was criticised for the way the that way you are never going to take accessible to more buyers. in recent years, he's called done and obviously has been the steps which would enable you to no brexit deal, that was not the on followers to take revenge initial ferry contracts were awarded government at its best, they gave a on the us and its allies and today's settlement has increased following the organisation and has the clothes retailer gap reached an age where he has matured fully realise the economic is to close 230 stores, for the killing of his father, the political pressure on him. i'm mostly in north america, contract government at its best, they gave a co ntra ct to government at its best, they gave a contract to seaborne freight, who who ordered the 9/11 attacks. to the point where he can probably opportunities of leaving. actually, said they did not have any ships, and in the past hour, saudi arabia have stripped ta ke to the point where he can probably take over the leadership from some and sell off one of its more hamza bin laden of his citizen. aghast. what does it take for this of the older members who have been oi'i opportunities of leaving. actually, on reflection, i think one of the successful brands and now chris grayling having to our washington correspondent secretary of state to be sacked? 33 to try to revitalise the company. settle out of court with eurotunnel chris buckler reports. in direct contact with osama bin difficulties she has had is that she sales at gap have been in decline million on top of the 500 million laden in the early days of al-qaeda. the united states has published has tried to take every part of the for several years but there's been for the way that whole situation was that we know he cost us yesterday on a better performance at old navy, a wanted posterfor hamza bin laden, party with her at different points. which will become handled. i suspect we will have more top of the1.3 a standalone company. that we know he cost us yesterday on how strong a group is al-qaeda, what has gone wrong for lk bennett? pressure on chris grayling in the and they believe this top of the 1.3 billion he cost us on next few hours and the next few is the new face of al-qaeda. the east coast main line, the let's talk women's fashion, well, these days, we have been reporting and in fact, looking back, maybe it the group has been responsible country cannot afford chris would have been better to have been days, and remember it he's a real for many killings and bombings, so these days, we have been reporting there were problems with debt, ally of the prime minister, someone but none were more devastating grayling. he has got to go for the so much about the taliban in than this. credibility of our nation, and the afghanistan in particular, the group clearer that not everybody in the who has stuck by her, useful person on september 11th 2001, its members flew planes people who are working for he must party was going to get what they into the twin towers problems with the terms of of new york's world trade center. be pulling their hair out, my to have on board, she tries to keep one of a series of murderous attacks calling itself islamic state, in the wanted. the party together over brexit, so on america, apparently goodness. the settlement means the borrowing, problems with rent and masterminded by osama bin laden. this is in the first time he has she won't want to lose him and she department for transport‘s bill for middle east, have we taken our eye off al-qaeda? i think al-qaeda was would do her best to hang onto him, almost two decades on, the us has criticised theresa may's approach, rates, problem is that a lot of big new concerns about al-qaeda no deal contingencies is rising but but as you say there is mounting and its late leader's son. decimated in the ten years between and sources close to the prime chains have got, problems with the the government insists it wants a minister point out that her hamza has released audio and video commitment to delivering on brexit low pound, which makes imports more criticism of his handling of various messages on the internet, deal. calling on his followers to launch there's further pressure 2001 and 2011, when a summer bin expensive, but something a bit more attacks against the united states things, not just on transport secretary chris laden was taken out. al-qaeda is not as she has done throughout her time fundamental, maybe you can tell me criticism of his handling of various things, notjust in transport but and its western allies. as she has done throughout her time more about this, about the fashion also justice, so that makes it and he has threatened attacks grayling today over his role as the prime minister and they say against the united states in revenge in the partial privatisation the same organisation it once was. they don't agree with nick timothy, harder. nick, thanks forjoining us. for the may 2011 killing but you can imagine that some of the probation service —— when oursummer itself: it was expensive... a royal in england and wales. the same organisation it once was. —— when our summer bin laden. it is more of an ideology now, lots of fan. yes, she liked it, and, we a scathing report today brexiteers, it will confirm their of his father. from the national audit office says suspicion that theresa may has it's cost the taxpayer nearly half groups like to call themselves members of al-qaeda, boko haram in a lwa ys cannot knock the product; on the a billion pounds. suspicion that theresa may has always been something of a reluctant we can have a closer look at that the report says mr
other hand, something contradictory, grayling's reforms — lever. let's talk about chris pa rt we can have a closer look at that part of that story. nigeria, and groups in iraq and isn't there, about being both a there's further pressure when he was the justice secretary — on chris grayling today after a ten—year search, were ‘rushed' and that the number syria, everyone likes to say grayling. a couple of issues, his chain and being very expensive, the over his role in the partial idea of a chain is that it will be a privatisation of the probation of offenders ending up back service in england and wales. in prison has ‘skyrocketed.’ a scathing report today osama bin laden was found at a safe our home affairs correspondent, al-qaeda, it is an ideology, very slightly down—market, when you buy danny shaw, reports. time as transport secretary and the from the national audit office says ha rd to al-qaeda, it is an ideology, very hard to stop an ideology, but something expensive, you spend £300 it's cost the taxpayer nearly half house in pakistan they were his flagship reforms ona pairof a billion pounds. individuals like hamza bin laden can the report says mr and killed in an operation ordered when he wasjustice secretary. eurotunnel settlement and the something expensive, you spend £300 on a pair of shoes, you want it to grayling's reforms — in 2015, chris grayling split reforms he brought in a thejustice be, you know, unique. i can't use when he was the justice secretary — be tracked down and arrested, were ‘rushed' and that the number probation between private companies by the then—president barack obama. secretary which are seeing more of offenders ending up back and a national service. captured, eliminated, if he that word more unique... you cannot in prison has ‘skyrocketed.’ people going back to prison our home affairs correspondent, continues to mount attacks against according to the national audit after a firefight, he called the process the united states. —— osama bin 0ffice, according to the national audit danny shaw, reports. transforming rehabilitation. office, is he under pressure?‘ they killed osama bin laden and took laden. and other allies. thank you quantify a superlative... ! they were his flagship reforms the aim, to cut reoffending custody of his body. and reduce the cost significant amount of pressure. that word more unique... you cannot quantify a superlative. . .! indeed! when lk bennett started, you had to when he wasjustice secretary. of crime to society. labour have repeatedly called for in 2015, chris grayling split in the compound they found very much for speaking with us. probation between private companies thank you. and a national service. his resignation because they say he go looking for them... yes, and that letters is responsible for a series of is what gives it that cachet, and that suggested he was grooming his failings. the audit office report son hamza to succeed him, which is out today which has been the situational, you are prepared to and now intelligence salisbury is to be declared very critical of those probation but the companies' contracts are decontaminated of novichok being terminated 14 months early, after almost a year—long military pay more. there is a retail trend officials believe and independent experts now say clean—up following the reforms which were introduced when he called the process sergei skripal poisoning. he was at the ministry ofjustice, towards independent individual transforming rehabilitation. the system was never going to work. the former russian spy‘s house the aim, to cut reoffending he is emerging as a key leader our report concludes and as transport secretary there was shops, which are doing not too and reduce the cost that the ministry ofjustice set and 11 other potentially infected of crime to society. itself up to fail in how it sites are expected to be ruled the introduction of a new rail but the companies' contracts are safe on friday. badly. but not that flexible when it being terminated 14 months early, in the extremist group. approached these probation reforms, military teams have spent 13,000 timetable which led to delays and and independent experts now say and that the consequences of that is hours on the clean—up cancellations for many passengers after mr skripal and his daughter that services have suffered yulia were targeted with the nerve and now we have had the procurement comes to changing taste, cannot today's al-qaeda is not stagnant. offer the unique service, which the system was never going to work. it's rebuilding, and it agent in march last year, contract with the ferry services in continues to threaten as a result and the decision to end the event of a possible no—deal the united states and our allies. the contracts early will come which left them seriously ill. customers want more now, and they brexit which meant that one of those our report concludes the us is offering $1 million at additional cost to the taxpayer. are, particularly when you go for information that leads contracts had to be conned —— online. you can buy something very that the ministry ofjustice set them to hamza bin laden. the review of transforming officials believe he could be rehabilitation raises serious itself up to fail in how it in afghanistan, pakistan or iran. but they admit they questions about ministry special, online, and, another approached these probation reforms,
ofjustice decision making. the business news in a moment, but problem which we have not mentioned, and that the consequences of that is cancelled, and now we have the it says the payment—by—results model that services have suffered don't know for sure. it used was not well first the headlines: problems with the online shop, the settle m e nt as a result and the decision to end suited to probation. cancelled, and now we have the settlement with eurotunnel. matt technology side of it, this summer, the contracts early will come and that did not help. reoffending targets were missed, at additional cost to the taxpayer. hancock was asked about the the review of transforming and taxpayers will have to pay "back home", the indian fighter pilot, captured by pakistan competence of chris grayling. he has at least £467 million more after being shot down two days ago, rehabilitation raises serious than under the original terms crosses the border back nto his country. questions about ministry of the probation contracts. pakistan's prime minister, imran khan, says he's presided over many failures, is it as part of the reforms, being freed as a peace gesture. time for him to resign? this is a and, gap, closing stores, a complete ofjustice decision making. probation supervision new pressure on the revamp, so we and, gap, closing stores, a complete revamp, so we will bring in our it says the payment—by—results model was extended to prisoners who'd american correspondence, samira, it transport secretary very important agreement that we it used was not well have come to is a government as a as the government's forced to pay suited to probation. £33 million to eurotunnel whole, it is very important that served short sentences. to settle a legal claim. is going to spin off one side of it, whatever the brexit scenario we have numbers returning to prison "skyrocket" old navy. under the gap umbrella you reoffending targets were missed, salisbury is to be declared because of rushed probation reforms, the unhindered supply of medicines and taxpayers will have to pay decontaminated of novichok andl the unhindered supply of medicines and i cannot emphasise enough how after almost a year—long military according to the government have companies like old navy and gap at least £467 million more clean—up following the as a result, the national audit than under the original terms sergei skripal poisoning. office says the numbers sent back important the agreement that we have of the probation contracts. the former russian spy‘s house spending watchdog. reached today is because it allows as part of the reforms, and 11 other potentially infected to jail for breaching their release probation supervision sites are expected to be ruled conditions has skyrocketed. was extended to prisoners who'd safe on friday. there was no need to go down this us reached today is because it allows us to have confidence that we will and athletica, all trading under one military teams have spent 13,000 privatisation route, here are your business served short sentences. there was no need to split have the unhindered supply of hours on the clean—up headlines on afternoon live: medicines which everyone would like umbrella, but they will spin it off, as a result, the national audit after mr skripal and his daughter the service into two sectors. to see. yulia were targeted with the nerve we could have managed those cohort jaguar land rover is expected old navy, and let it trade office says the numbers sent back agent in march last year, of offenders serving short to make a big announcement to jail for breaching their release about investment in so—called chris grayling has defended the independently, they are doing that conditions has skyrocketed. which left them seriously ill. sentences quite easily. advanced manufacturing in the uk. because it is quite a successful there was no need to go down this jamie is here with the business news the ministry ofjustice accepted it's unclear yet how manyjobs privatisation route, but first, the latest headlines. the performance of the private probation companies was too will be created and where, procurement process and the decision there was no need to split new pressure on the transport often deeply disappointing. but it will be a welcome boost around the settlement and says this brand, especially when compared to the service into two sectors. secretary as the government's forced but the department said for the uk automotive industry is all about preparing for the all the problems the gap has, i to pay £33 million to eurotunnel it was spending less we could have managed those cohort than initially forecast. after thousands of job losses eventuality of a no—deal brexit, don't know if you can see right now, of offenders serving short to settle a legal claim. danny shaw, bbc news. sentences quite easily. numbers returning to prison a crowd of young people in the shop "skyrocket" because of rushed number ten says as i often do that probation reforms, according to the government spending watchdog. were announced byjlr and honda. chris grayling has the full right over here, on one side, part the ministry ofjustice accepted confidence of the prime minister. —— the performance of the private crowds gather to welcome of the reason this is happening, probation companies was too the indian fighter pilot, as they often do. it is worth noting often deeply disappointing. captured by pakistan,
but the department said young people are not shopping at the that theresa may can ill afford to who is about to be released. the women's fashion chain lk bennett it was spending less theresa may's former is in 11th hour talks lose what is a very loyal minister gap 51w chief of staff has to save the business, young people are not shopping at the gap any more, expensive clothing, as than initially forecast. criticised her brexit strategy. but has admitted that it has from her cabinet. alex, thanks for danny shaw, bbc news. nick timothy said the prime minister you pointed out, and it is really sees brexit as a "damage lined up administrators in case it collapses. it has around 200 stores and joining us. the heyday for the gap was back in limitation exercise". mr timothy resigned here's your business the heyday for the gap was back in headlines on afternoon live. the 19905. the company is under a the women's fashion chain lk bennett after the last election concessions worldwide, 41 in the uk. lot of pressure and so, really, the the high court has ruled that part is in 11th hour talks the high court has ruled that part of the government's immigration to save the business, of the government's immigration policy, brought in when theresa may but has admitted that it has when the prime minister failed 5ucce55ful brand under the gap name lined up administrators to secure an overall majority. policy, brought in when theresa may was home secretary, is in breach to wind down the company. speaking in his first tv interview, was home secretary, is in breach of human rights legislation. it has around 200 stores and ha5 5ucce55ful brand under the gap name has been old navy, so now, they are the scheme — known mr timothy said the prime minister of human rights legislation. as "right to rent" — concessions worldwide, 41 in the uk. hadn't taken the steps needed the scheme — known allowing that part of the company to requires landlords in england the duchess of cambridge as "right to rent" — to establish the immigration status to make the most of leaving the eu. requires landlords in england flouri5h under its own umbrella, in to establish the immigration status of prospective tenants. the electric car maker tesla of prospective tenants. judge martin spencer said the scheme is a customer. let's get more now from our judge martin spencer said the scheme term5 flouri5h under its own umbrella, in terms of stock trading. the had "little or no effect" political correspondent nick eardley on controlling immigration, who's in westminster. is planning to close had "little or no effect" and caused landlords to discriminate all of its dealerships against potential tenants nick timothy spent a lot of time at on controlling immigration, and focus solely on selling online and caused landlords to discriminate the other story we have mentioned, the electric carmaker tesla the side of theresa may when she was as it tries to cut costs. against potential tenants because of their nationality. and it is about not being able to in government and was part of the it's part of a new financial plan sell a product or having difficulty, earlier, richard lambert, to make the company profitable. because of their nationality. fairly small inner circle, which she tesla will also cut the price who is the chief executive of is planning to close all of its dealerships of its cheapest car, i'm joined now by richard and focus solely on selling online had before the general election, the model 3 to make it accessible lambert, who is the chief tesla, what has happened there? lots the national landlords association, as it tries to cut costs. to more buyers. executive of the national told me to avoid discrination it's part of a new financial plan good news fourjaguar land rover. landlords association. you have to check everybody. where she would discuss policies to make the company profitable. ra re good news fourjaguar land rover. rare bit of good news for the car how problematic in advance did you tesla will also cut the price industry, this is a scoop from simon of news: te5la ha5 tesla, what has happened there? lots of its cheapest car, the model 3, with a handful of people. nick think this would be? when it was of news: te5la has always been to make it accessible talking about selling an electric jack. -- good news forjaguar land announced we could see all the to more buyers. car at this talking about selling an electric car at thi5 $30,000 price point, timothy coming out and saying what rover. looking into reports that the problems that were likely to emerge, really crucial for it to be able to he thinks theresa may really thought indian parent, tata may be looking you cannot just look at somebody problems that were likely to emerge, you cannotjust look at somebody in this day and age and assume you know do that to make their cars more about brexit, matters because he is where they are from, so that meant affordable, and so that the average into selling this, we were told it we will come back to you in a second was not true but we are about to landlords effectively became border buyer can get there. they have had but we need to head over to the someone about brexit, matters because he is someone who should know and we can
listen to what he has said. make an announcement in investing in control officers, having to check trouble getting to the price point. well, elon mu5k ha5 advanced manufacturing here in the documentation and understand if in this day and age you can't assume border between india and pakistan, someone documentation and understand if trouble getting to the price point. well, elon mu5k has announced they someone had the right to reside in are going to be closing all the you know where someone is from, this disputed border, of kashmir, we one of the reasons why uk. we don't know exactly what they this country, which is a very so that meant landlords effectively are talking aboutjust yet, we became border control officers, complex process, especially if you brick and mortar 5tore5, except in we are where we are, have no background in that work. having to check documentation have been keeping an eye on this for expect an announcement later on this and understand if someone had many of the ministers, month, not too long to wait the right to reside in this country, several hours, waiting for the including theresa, hopefully but it underlines the what was the advice that you gave to china. that will allow them to sell which is a very complex process, struggle to see any economic upside your members? to prevent especially if you have no background release of this fighter pilot, the commitment, the company's commitment in that kind of work. to the uk at a time when people are what was the advice that indian fighter pilot, wing discrimination? we advised them to the model car at $30,000, that is a to brexit, they see it as a damage you gave to your members? wondering about just that, to prevent discrimination? commander, whose plane was shot down look at everybody, treat everyone really big milestone, and that is we advised them to look to the uk at a time when people are wondering aboutjust that, back in january, 4500 job losses, at everybody, treat everyone equally, and we got a lot in the disputed region of kashmir, equally, and we got a lot of of backlash from the indigenous really big milestone, and that is really good. —— model three. redundancies, and at the same time, white british population who said, announced new jobs in i don't need to be checked on wednesday, we have had redundancies, and at the same time, really big milestone, and that is really good. —— modelthree. on the flip side, talk about some kind of because i've always lived here, correspondence here waiting for the limitation exercise and inevitably announced newjobs in much cheaper, but we said you have if you see it in that way car watche5 that cannot recommend man, we can see this to the right of you are never going to take slovakia, and the car industry has backlash from the indigenous white got to check everybody. really been through it lately with british population who say, i don't the steps which would enable the announcement honda will be we did a lot of work the shot, in the blue jacket, you to fully realise the economic pulling out. we don't know exactly need to be checked because i've the model three any more, and also, with the home office to make sure opportunities of leaving. a lwa ys need to be checked because i've always lived here, but we said you actually, on reflection, some of the other concerns with there was as much information man, we can see this to the right of the shot, in the bluejacket, being where the jobs pulling out. we don't know exactly have got to check everybody, and we about the kind of documentation that escorted very slowly through that i think one of the difficulties where thejobs are pulling out. we don't know exactly where the jobs are going to be, what did a lot of work with the home regard to elon mu5k and his tu55le5 she has had is that she has tried they are going to be, it is probably would demonstrate what was needed, office to make sure there was as with the securities organisation but it has caused a lot of landlords to take every part of the party unlikely they will make up for all much information about the kind of border post, pakistan's prime a great deal of concern. minister, imran khan, had said that with her at different points. the losses we have heard about and, in fact, looking back, documentation that would demonstrate here in the united states. some good the private would be released as a maybe it would have been better recently but sounds like they will what was needed, but it has caused a new5 here in the united states. some good news for te5la and rocky new5. peace gesture today, india's to have been clearer that not be higher paid jobs, and it will be lot of landlords a great deal of there are severe penalties attached to getting it everybody in the party wrong and they are very was going to get what they wanted. a boost of confidence for the concern for severe penalties worried about it. military have welcomed the move, so attached to getting it wrong and thanks very much indeed. how does the ruling help you? they are very worried about it. how industry. pour fortunes at lk contested, this territory of does the ruling help? it pits a it puts a major question bennett. not news that there is kashmir, that the issue of this against the policy, and it has been pressure on retailers right now, major question against the policy, ad giant wpp has seen profits drop pilot's blight and his fate is said consumers not feeling so confident, ruled against human rights, how helpful is this landing just a sharply as it continues
to restructure the business but in practical terms it makes no few weeks before the uk is going to those that are shopping are doing following former boss sir martin sorrell‘s to have brought the nation closer, more online, brick and mortar abrupt exit last year. difference because the law and it has been ruled against human sir martin quit after is the law and landlords have got leave the eu? not helpful at all. allegations of personal retailers like lk bennett face an misconduct, which he denied. to comply with the law. according to the indian prime the other one that is interesting, they have got to carry out unfair burden they would say, paying rights, but in practical terms it that's the short answer. the longer makes no difference because the law william hill, made a loss, because the right to rent checks answer, for many brexiteers who taxes on shops, rates on shops that is the law and landlords have got to it has had to revalue its operation. online retailers do not. in this comply with the law. they have got minister, mahendra modi. —— narendra think theresa may is not on board and they have got to keep to carry out the right to rent yes, a £2 maximum betting limit on with what they think is a positive specific case, we know that one of all the documentation the lenders has reduced how much future outside the eu, this will fixed odds terminals, that will hit the law so we have got modi. imran khan has called for a credit it will give it on an ongoing checks and they have got to keep the to wait and see what the responses documentation as a result of that, confirm their worst fears, that from the government. basis, effectively reducing cash and only parliament can change the them. you either break the law de—escalation of the situation, law so we have got to wait and see or you are discriminatory? kashmir has been fought over three theresa may is doing this because flow, and recently they have problems with their operating what the responses from the with less than a month to go before i'm not quite sure i understand... she feels she has to, she is trying systems with their website, so that government. you either break the law times since 1947, when india gained the uk is scheduled to leave the eu, or you are discriminatory? i'm not the law hasn't changed was hanging over sales as well. i'm many questions remain unanswered. but the ruling has said to see it as a damage limitation not sure if you... it is quite throughout the day, that this is discriminatory, independence, and partition later quite sure i understand. the law occurred. imran khan says india and exercise, and not as many brexiteers hasn't changed but the ruling has bbc news is giving a group so you can't really win. see it as a great opportunity. popular, i don't know if you are a of viewers pakistan have to live in peace, and fan yourself, it is quite popular said that this is discriminatory, so the opportunity to contribute their ideas people close to theresa may say that but quite expensive, most of the you can't really win. the ruling to how its journalists cover brexit. the ruling says the design of the system, he is also pushing for talks with dresses are around £300 mark, in the it puts landlords into a position do not —— say they should not take says it puts the design, the design current climate, lots of people our reporter, chi chi izundu, thinking more than twice before of the system, it puts landlords is in the newsroom, delhi. there was a dog fight that she's been speaking took place on wednesday, between making an investment like that. i to some of those viewers, where they would be discriminating that at face value because she has into a position where they would be to see what they want from our coverage. indian and pakistani jets after air a lwa ys that at face value because she has always been talking about the wa nt to one of the biggest newsrooms in the making an investment like that. i want to bring in the director of discriminating even if they haven't. benefits of leaving the eu in the global equities at neg investments. it says the structure and the design world, the bbc newsroom, doing what where they wouldn't have. ways the uk can prosper if it's did not take into account of what they do every day, looking for it says the structure and the design outside the eu, but with big boats stories for you, but since two years people would do and how they would did not take into account strikes on the indian —controlled behave and how it was forcing ago there has not been a single day, of what people would do and how pa rt strikes on the indian —controlled part of kashmir, that is when the coming up in parliament in a couple wing commander, abhinandan, was shot of weeks theresa may needs all the they would behave and how when "brexit" first got into full it was forcing people, randeep somel, director people, so effectively the structure swing, that the name has not been so effectively the structure trust of brexiteers she can get —— of global equities, of the system, that you have to of the system, that you have down. clearly a very solemn and m&g investments.
mentioned in the news agenda. today, big votes. there are some who are implement, that puts people at risk special day, all about the to implement, that puts not convinced she will come back who would be investing right now? audiences, they have been given the of acting in a discriminative people at risk of acting quiet return home for him despite with something to give them the manner. what is the advice to opportunity to tell our editors in a discriminatory manner. the lk bennett issue, as we look at exactly what they want from their what is the advice to members now? members now? the law is the law and the law is the law and you have got all of these crowds. everything reassu ra nces it right now, it issues, issues with with something to give them the reassurances they need and this will the website, it has come at a point brexit coverage. we have 12 special only confirm fears to them that you have got to comply with the being conducted very carefully, very audience members in and around the to comply with the right to rent theresa may is trying to essentially where cash flows have contracted. if right to rent and you should strive carefully choreographed. he will to avoid skin relating so you have country at newsrooms but first we you look at business overall, the will go to salford, where we spoke play them by pretending to talk up to avoid skin relating so you have to do to avoid skin relating so you have todoa and you should strive to avoid to avoid skin relating so you have to do a fair check on everyone —— discriminating so you have to do some of the benefits but actually brand still resonates, the bigger with tim muffet. i voted to remain receive a heroes welcome home when issue is that there is 113 different strive to avoid discriminating. if a fair check on everyone. deep down in her heart in nick if there is any doubts points of sales outlets, in the uk, and questions, contact our national he sets foot back in india. both timothy's words, not seeing this as that probably needs to become a bit there is any doubts and questions, in the eu, i believe bbc'5 coverage landlords advice line. should have been more positive in it might cause offence countries under pressure to calm a positive thing, and trying to just more lean for the business to become contact our national landlords if people are asked advice line. it might cause offence showing the opportunities that —— to prove their britishness. mitigate the potential impact. i'm sustainable and that is going to be these tensions because it has been can you see a way around this? linda bennett's first port of call so when she looks to restructure the if people are asked to prove their mitigate the potential impact. i'm so glad you gave that slightly opportunities of remaining rather such a source of conflict with the longer answer! than project fair. i voted to leave so that landlords can do these business. looking at some other britishness, can you see a way checks without causing problems? around this? so that landlords can two countries in the past. there has you're watching afternoon live, news. one of the bigger rises on the the eu,i not immediately because i haven't than project fair. i voted to leave the eu, i feel than project fair. i voted to leave the eu, lfeelthat than project fair. i voted to leave the eu, i feel that the than project fair. i voted to leave these are our headlines... the eu, lfeel that the bbc than project fair. i voted to leave the eu, i feel that the bbc coverage seen the detail of the judgment been some video footage from do these checks without causing of brexit has been scaremongering back home — the indian fighter pilot, ftse, wpp, the advertising giant, so i don't understand the rationale captured by pakistan even though it had bad news in terms problems? not immediately because i and very negative. it is about time after being shot down two days ago, from the judge and what he pakistan's information ministry of revenue but not as bad as the haven't seen the detail of the saw in the evidence. published showing the pilot crosses the border back we showed the positive aspects of into his country — market had expected. ad agencies judgment and i don't understand the blindfolded, he could be heard pakistan's prime minister, imran khan, says he's leaving the eu, and getting behind being freed as a peace gesture. have been seeing a structural issue requesting water, just after he had rationale from thejudge judgment and i don't understand the rationale from the judge and what he our businesses. for some years, notjust saw in the evidence. but it is very have been seeing a structural issue for some years, not just wpp have been seeing a structural issue but it is very difficult, i would new pressure on the for some years, notjust wpp but been captured, when his plane came transport secretary — others, the way that we as consumers difficult i would say from what i say, from what i have read so far, as the government's forced to pay £33 million to eurotunnel the judge thinks that the scheme consume media, we have gone away have read so far, thejudge itself is structurally forcing to settle a legal claim. from the old methods, television, difficult i would say from what i they don't realise that educated people into a position down, that was subsequently deleted, numbers returning to prison "skyrocket" have read so far, the judge thinks that the scheme itself is people in this country knew where they may discriminate, because of rushed probation reforms, in a situation where they would not it would look inflammatory to some. according to the government what they were voting for. spending watchdog. radio, magazines, billboards, more towards digital. these businesses
they've been scaremongering that have done previously. also coming up... structurally forcing people into a much that people think we won't be the break in the iceshelf, position where they may richard lambert from the national villagers in the area in which he which has forced british scientists are having to move along and they able to trade and we won't be came down threw stones at the pilot, discriminate, ina position where they may discriminate, in a situation where able to travel. landlords association. to leave their research station are having to move along and they are finding, as they restructure they would not have done previously. eyewitnesses told the bbc. paperwork i've been in business 20 years. wind and we are a in the antarctic. businesses, we see customers move, thanks forjoining us. an iceberg twice the revenue to be squeezed, the older size of new york city being conducted, obviously, very and in sport... looks set to break away heavy military presence, as there is business tends to be falling off a furniture manufacturer. from the brunt ice bit quicker than the newer business shelf in antarctica. great britain's katerina johnson thompson has hade researchers from the british in many parts of kashmir, a a brilliant start in the defence comes and that is because the new antarctic survey have you're watching afternoon live, abandoned their base of her pentathlon title at there because of fears for their safety. difficult place for people to visit, the european indoor championships. media outlets such as facebook and —— we are a british certainly, if you are a british she leads after the these are our headlines... furniture manufacturer. google offer an alternative to the sam's company is based in wigan. i am joined by the director businesses at the same time. thank brexit will mean big changes. first three events. but upon reflection, of science at the british antarctic new pressure on the transport survey professor david vaughan. tourist, the foreign office advises you very much. he thinks it will be a good thing. how common is it to close this base? you to take extreme care if you new leicester city manager brendan rodgers says secretary — as the government's most people look at brexit he understands celtic fans‘ anger being a negative because everybody towards him after he left let's have a look at where the forced to pay £33 million buys from europe and they think to eurotunnel to decide to visit kashmir. we have a the club for the premier league markets ended the week, the ftse is settle a legal claim. europe wasn't the only place in the world to buy anything. up markets ended the week, the ftse is up by markets ended the week, the ftse is up byjust over one third of a it's the opportunity we've got it has been there for about 50 years video message from the pilot, which earlier this week. percent. wpp —— wpp, writing just numbers returning to prison "skyrocket" because of rushed for people to start saying, and this is the third winter we have probation reforms, according do you know what, there are people had to close it. we have not he recorded:" i ejected as soon as i in the uk who can produce abandoned it and we are going back to the government spending watchdog. what we want and produce it well. but we will leave it through the scotland's women begin over 5%, not such good news for their algarve cup campaign crowds gather to welcome well, the view from marie, winter darkness with nobody on board with a defeat by canada, william hill, the bookmaker, down by the indian fighter pilot, from the owner of this the side ranked number captured by pakistan, company and from many the station and then go back in 5 in the world. one and one third of a percent, who is about to be released. others, seems clear. katarina johnson—thompson has made a the coverage of brexit got hit. local saw me, they charged announcing a big loss. a lot of it has been too negative. october, november, this year. why there has been too much of what many at me, i threw away my gun. the great start in the european indoor call project fear and there should down to the fact they have had to have you taken the decision now? we i'll be back with more on those be more about the benefits pakistani army captain rescued me stores at half past. revalue, re—estimate the value of championship, leading the pentathlon after three events. cardiff city don't know what will happen with the from the mob and took me to the uk chain of betting shops, have rejected claims that they because of the changes to fixed odds of leaving the eu. ice shelf and there is an outside hospital. the pakistani military is possibility that when it breaks off, a professional army that i have the high court has ruled that part betting terminals. a maximum of £2, of the government's immigration abandoned sala before the fight that not everyone agrees. this iceberg, that is downstream of spent time with. indian media over policy, brought in when theresa may tony, for sure, thinks that way more was home secretary, is in breach attention should be given plays about everything." some very come april. led to his death, saying they had our station, and that will have an of human rights legislation.
to the positive impact that impact on the upstream ice where the the scheme — known investment from the eu has supportive comments there about as "right to rent" — had on this country, requires landlords in england serious concerns about the potential and what happens after it's gone. to establish the immigration status unlawfulness of the journey. and the weather station is and if that pakistan, rather different from the of prospective tenants. there is not enough information happens during the summer we can get judge martin spencer said the scheme to give a balanced view in terms tensions that we hear about and are had "little or no effect" of why we are leaving, people off very quickly because we manchester united manager has heaped the benefits of that. on controlling immigration, praise on david de gea with his reporting. that is what the wing and caused landlords to discriminate not everyone agrees. against potential tenants with less than a month to go before contract due to expire next summer, have aircraft available that can because of their nationality. richard lister sent this pick them up but during the winter update from outside the uk is scheduled to leave the eu, when it is dark and it might be —50, commander, wing commander abhinandan the high court. many questions remain unanswered. tony, for sure, thinks that way more varthaman, commander, wing commander abhinandan va rthaman, has commander, wing commander abhinandan varthaman, has had to say. he has throughout the day, bbc the manager has called him the best attention should be given news is giving a group to the positive impact that we could not guarantee getting of viewers the opportunity goalkeeper in the world. said that it was the pakistani to contribute their ideas investment from the eu has people off rapidly and so we have to how its journalists cover brexit. had on this country, military brought him to safety and a and what happens after it's gone. made the decision to bring people our reporter, chi chi izundu, there is not enough information couple of days later here we are on is in the newsroom, she's been out. are you concerned that the ice thisjudgment speaking to some of those viewers, to give a balanced view in terms this judgment represents a significant defeat for the of why we are leaving, might break away, when the carving friday, with a gesture of peace, as government which in 2014 under to see what they want the benefits of that. imran khan has put it, he is being from our coverage. so, in the absence of not enough theresa may when she was home indeed, speaking to the audience of glaziers is a natural phenomenon? members that had the privilege of information, we should be staying. returned home. things taking a secretary was part of the so—called coming into the bbc to tell editors we have come to the new extension the indian fighter pilot captured of manchester's metrolink. by pakistan two days ago this network has been assisted hostile environment policy by the is expected to be released among the journalists now, any time now. with eu cash, as well as access —— glaciers. government to make it more difficult coming into the bbc to tell editors among thejournalists now, exactly people have gathered to preferential eu loans. while, we have been waiting for his for anybody who was here illegally what they want from brexit, we will on the indian side of the wagah we have seen a growing role, of glaziers is a natural phenomenon? -- glaciers. you are right. this is release for quite some time. be speaking to some more shortly, border crossing point, not necessarily a climate change waiting to give him haven't we, of the eu to live and work in the uk. the a hero's welcome home. investing in our cities over issue, and the icebergs fall from something like this can has and has but first, we will go to salford, there are hopes the pilot's release the past 40 years. could defuse tensions so, we've been in receipt of a lot right to rent scheme underlined the because we have been speaking to between the nuclear powers over had in the past immense political principle that if you weren't here some audience members there? of money over a long period of time? fallout for india and pakistan. the disputed region of kashmir, legally you did not have a right to which both pakistan and india yes. claim as their own. and now we're leaving? 0k, thank you. rent property and the governments of the neighbours have fought three for tony the eu has reinvested uk this shelf once in awhile but this the best way to enforce that was to wars since independence in 19117. rajini vaidya nathan money in areas too often is the largest have seen. we took sequence of events has shifted from make sure that landlords themselves hi, my name's tony, i voted neglected by westminster. to remain in the eu. for marie, that's money the uk needs do not let property to anybody who the decision that several years ago i believe bbc's coverage should have reports from the border. to spend on its own terms. was here as an illegal immigrant. been more positive in terms it's true the eu does spend to move the station upstream inland of showing the opportunities being what might have been a boost on his way home to india, the pilot money in great britain. of remaining, as opposed to some but at the end of the day, to move the station upstream inland to the safest possible part of the for the ruling hindu nationalist landlords had a responsibility to of the project fear aspects. this country is hailing a hero. hi, my name's marie, if we didn't have to give so much, ice shelf and it is not going to be check the immigration status, but and i voted to leave the eu.
from the early hours of the morning, we could spend that money landlords have never liked that and i feel the bbc'5 coverage of brexit jubilant crowds have been on ourselves and keep britain great. on the iceberg when that breaks off. has been scaremongering ldon't believe westminster surveys have shown it has made them and very negative. waiting for the return will plug that gap. it's about time we showed of wing commander there are clear benefits for staying but we still don't know quite what party, but now there seems to be a the positive aspects genuine feeling of disenchantment less likely to let property to of leaving the eu and getting abhinandan varthaman. in and being a member of that club. people who don't have a british behind our businesses. i've come here from delhi. if we leave, i believe we will lose. the iceberg breaking off will have they don't realise that educated i want to see my pilot, passport even if they might be people in this country knew i'm proud of him. british, to people with foreign what they were voting for. i want to see him back. in terms of the effect on the rest of the ice shelf. is it likely you over how things have turned out, the sounding names, or to people who the opposition party, it has emerged there's been a real sense might have to move the base again? of national pride and patriotism that the pilot had been captured, in landlords feel may not be here here today, and a sense of triumph. we would find it difficult to move but make no mistake about it. the station any further inland legally, even if they are. they were the tensions between these two because it starts to encounter which they attacked the ruling bjp a lwa ys legally, even if they are. they were always concerned by that and the mr nuclear neighbours might have dampened down in the last day or two, but they certainly crevasses . party, or blatant politicisation —— because it starts to encounter crevasses. we are in the middle of justice spencer has said the right have not gone away. i don't know if you can see us in to rent does not net —— does not theice crevasses. we are in the middle of the ice shelf between a rock and an the newsroom, a couple of audience for blatant politicisation. the wing they've been scaremongering that members with us have been telling iceberg, you could say, but we are much that people think we won't be able to trade and we won't be i hope you've been treated our editors exactly what they want well here with us. in the safest part of the ice shelf able to travel. yes, i have. from our "brexit" coverage at the commander has paid tribute and merely provide them with the i've been in business 20 years. thanked the pakistani military for opportunity discriminate but it we are a british bbc. you are a conservative voter, that we can identify. when might causes them to do so when they would furniture manufacturer. the way they treated him, that may sam's company is based in wigan. wing commander varthaman and you voted remain. how positive they go back? late october, early brexit will mean big changes. was captured after the fighterjet comment upon that. just more on his but upon reflection, he was flying was shot down not otherwise, and he said that earlier this week. there is a predictable response when pakistan said he had he thinks it will be a good thing. violated their airspace. or negative have you found the november, they will look to see how faced with the kind of penalties india says it was responding the instruments we have left running they could face, which could be a after pakistani warplanes experience? very positive, good to most people look at brexit entered its territory. on the station, have got on over the prison sentence of up to five years statement here. he has appeared on orafine of being a negative because everybody see the bbc taking an interest in prison sentence of up to five years or a fine of up to £3000 if they let winter, and they will reoccupy the property to people who should not be the public and bringing us into the station at that time. we hope pakistani state television, this is a rough translation, released by a buys from europe and they think news archive: it's impossible to check the figures here. the government has been told europe wasn't the only place fold, and hearing our opinion. a everybody is safe. professor, thanks in the world to buy anything. of knocked out tanks. variety of people in the group, and it cannot roll out this scheme for joining everybody is safe. professor, thanks pakistani army spokesman, he said, without further evaluation and the it's the opportunity we've got "my name is wing commander for people to start saying, it isa do you know what, there are people for decades there have been tensions variety of people in the group, and it is a good thing. valerie, you are forjoining us. abhinandan, iam joint councilfor the between the two neighbours over without further evaluation and the joint council for the welfare of in the uk who can produce
the disputed area of kashmir, also a conservative voter, you voted "my name is wing commander immigrants who brought the case are what we want and produce it well. the indian fighter pilot captured abhinandan, i am an indian air force very pleased by this and they say which both claim in its entirety. by pakistan two days ago pilot. i was looking for a target, well, the view from marie, this recent military escalation to leave, do you think that having is expected to be released thatis very pleased by this and they say that is what they wanted and the from the owner of this followed a suicide attack any time now. the pakistan air force shot me down. company by a militant group based days like this is important?” people have gathered association of residential landlords and from many others, on the indian side of the wagah i objected and when i felt i had a have said it is a damning critique seems clear: in pakistan on 14th february. to leave, do you think that having days like this is important? i think border crossing point, waiting to give him pistol, there were lots of people of the government's policy and it the coverage of brexit it is really important, i think a hero's welcome home. has been too negative. perhaps early on in the process i there are hopes the pilot's release should now be scrapped. the home there has been too much of what many a0 indian soldiers were killed could defuse tensions around me, they were agitated so i thought there were times when the between the nuclear powers over call project fear and there should dropped my pistol, i had only one office have said they are be more about the benefits in indian—administered kashmir. news was slightly biased but coming the disputed region of kashmir, disappointed with the judgment but of leaving the eu. which both pakistan and india way of escape. two pakistani army they say an independent study showed claim as their own. not everyone agrees. india accuses pakistan here today, meeting people, seeing the neighbours have fought three tony, for sure, thinks that way more of harbouring terror cells. today, at a rally ahead of upcoming how the news is put together, it has wars since independence in 1947. soldiers and, the captain came, they attention should be given rajini vaidya nathan rescued me, and took me to their that the right to rent scheme was to the positive impact that not inherently discriminatory and investment from the eu has changed my outlook. l unit, and gave me first aid. they say they have been given a elections, the country's how the news is put together, it has changed my outlook. i think it is rescued me, and took me to their unit, and gave me firstaid. —— i had on this country, really informative and very good. ejected. they then took me to right to appeal this judgment but reports from the border. prime minister narendra modi took what do you want from the bbc going hospital where i received more aid. they haven't said if they would do and what happens after it's gone. a tough stance. this is an india that will return the damage done forward ? what do you want from the bbc going forward? the what do you want from the bbc going forward ? the next pakistan army looked after me really by terrorists, he told the crowd. what do you want from the bbc going forward? the next 28 days could be there is not enough information the most important. i think the last well, they were very professional. i so. to give a balanced view in terms on his way home to india, the pilot these two nuclear powers may have see peace in it. i am very of why we are leaving, two years the most important. i think the last two yea rs have an iceberg twice the the benefits of that. walked back from the brink of war, the most important. i think the last two years have been really important, we have not had the size of new york city so, in the absence of not enough but peace here remains fragile. this country is hailing a hero. impressed" and he went on to looks set to break away rajini vaidyanathan, information we needed, so the next from the brunt ice from the early hours of the morning, criticise the indian media: "they shelf in antarctica. information, we should be staying. 28 days, we need more information jubilant crowds have been say a lot of damaging things, they researchers from the british waiting for the return antarctic survey have abandoned their base delivered in a way that is of wing commander a lwa ys there because of fears bbc news, amritsar. abhinandan varthaman. say a lot of damaging things, they always exaggerate and people get for their safety. we have come to the new extension misled." and this was of course i of manchester's metrolink. understandable, clear speech, and i've come here from delhi. this network has been assisted with eu cash, as well as access informative. what stories would you i want to see my pilot, statement he made on pakistani state to preferential eu loans. like to see the bbc covering, i'm proud of him. we will take you to the there when i want to see him back. television, we don't know how he was specifically on brexit? once it feeling at that point, but clearly there's been a real sense we have seen a growing role, we see the pilot. we expect the of national pride and patriotism haven't we, of the eu investing in our cities over happens, thenl specifically on brexit? once it happens, then i think, you know, here today, and a sense of triumph. he was trying to sound conciliatory pilot to be released and to appear where does that leave us? do i need but make no mistake about it. the past 40 years. some time soon. we thought it would to get a visa when i go to france, in his praise of the way he was so, we've been in receipt of a lot the tensions between these two
have happened by now. treated by pakistan. so, slowly of money over a long period of time? calais? will my groceries go up in nuclear neighbours might have this was the director of science at the british antarctic yes. survey professor david vaughan. and now we're leaving? 0k, thank you. figures obtained by the nspcc show dampened down in the last day price from sunday to monday? will it or two, but they certainly being brought through, you can a sharp rise in the use for tony the eu has reinvested uk of the social media network bea price from sunday to monday? will it be a shock? will we ease into the have not gone away. imagine the security on the border the station has been money in areas too often instagram to groom young children. i hope you've been treated post, on the edge of the disputed altogether police recorded more transition slowly? that is what i well here with us. neglected by westminster. than 5,000 online child grooming yes, i have. there for about 50 years for marie, that's money the uk needs wa nt transition slowly? that is what i want to know. you have been here for wing commander varthaman offences in the 18 months was captured after the fighterjet and this is the third winter to september in england and wales. the whole day so far, do you feel he was flying was shot down territory. someone making an we have had to close it. sex offenders used instagram to spend on its own terms. for grooming more than any like the editors have taken on your announcement there. here he is. we we have not abandoned it other online platform. earlier this week. and we are going back the nspcc has accused social but we will leave it opinion? very much so, we have seen through the winter darkness media firms of "ten years pakistan said he had with nobody on board the station it's true the eu does spend of failed self—regulation". in action that things we have and then go back in money in great britain. keith doyle reports. violated their airspace. but at the end of the day, suggested have been put into the october, november, this year. news, it is great, actually. do you india says it was responding why have you taken the decision now? if we didn't have to give so much, after pakistani warplanes entered its territory. have had correspondence there, not we don't know what will happen with the we could spend that money feel like a day like today, where ice shelf and there is an outside on ourselves and keep britain great. the bbc has coverage over to the i don't believe westminster news archive: it's impossible pa rt have had correspondence there, not part of the world journalists often possibility that when it breaks off, will plug that gap. to check the figures there are clear benefits for staying audience, should have happened of knocked out tanks. get to report from readily, because before today? sure, yeah, i think it this iceberg, that is downstream in and being a member of that club. the nspcc describes it of our station, that that if we leave, i believe we will lose. as the wild west web, of the security and the difficulties will have an impact on the upstream where children are being groomed isa before today? sure, yeah, i think it is a great thing. the bbc wants to for decades there have been tensions of the security and the difficulties of travelling around. back in ice where the weather station online, some as young bea between the two neighbours over is and if that happens as five years old. is a great thing. the bbc wants to be a neutral, source of news, this the disputed area of kashmir, during the summer we can get people sexual communication with a child is great, that we get the public which both claim in its entirety. india's care now, and the gates off very quickly because we have has been a crime since 2017. this recent military escalation aircraft available that can the charity said since then involved. it should happen a lot pick them up but during the winter over 5,000 such crimes followed a suicide attack being shut, read out... inundated more often. if there was one by a militant group based when it is dark and it might be —50, were recorded by the police. those are some of the audience in one of those cases, in pakistan on 14th february. we could not guarantee getting particular aspect of brexit you thoughts up in salford, where some a 13—year—old girl exchanged sexual would like to see covered in the 40 indian soldiers were killed with requests for interviews, no people off rapidly and so we have next 28 days, what would it be? what made the decision audience members have been invited in indian—administered kashmir. to bring people out. to talk to editors and programme messages on social media with a man india accuses pakistan doubt, to find out exactly what went are you concerned that the ice might on and whether it... whether he says break away, when the carving makers about what they want to get it will cost if there is a change to of harbouring terror cells. the tariffs on food, give us the today, at a rally ahead of upcoming of glaciers is a natural phenomenon? from brexit and now we talk to one who first said he was 16. the same things when he is back in you are right. elections, the country's really big bbc boss, kemal ahmed, prime minister narendra modi took india that he has said when he was this is an area of antarctica where he picked her up, he took her a tough stance. whose job it is to direct
scenario, the worst—case scenario, we have not seen climate change in the best case scenario, give us an this is an india that in pakistan. imran khan wanting this editorially what we put on the news. to woods and had sex with her before to be seen as a peace gesture, recent decades. idea of what is happening. and the why did you think it was important will return the damage done disappearing completely check list, where do we need to go saying, we have got to live to have audience members among the peaceably with each other and from social media. by terrorists, he told the crowd. from here to break free, pushing delhi for talks. that is this is not necessarily check list, where do we need to go from here to breakfree, if check list, where do we need to go from here to break free, if that is the case. how do we get there. i these two nuclear powers may have editors. two things, the idea of an anonymous tip—off walked back from the brink of war, a climate change issue. brexit is very complicated for lots led to his arrest. but peace here remains fragile. whether the ruling party, the bjp, wa nt to ta ke the icebergs fall from this shelf of people and we need to listen to whether the ruling party, the bjp, want to take him up on that, we will audiences about what it is they want he was 2a years old and he was once in awhile but this jailed for five years. hope you both enjoy the rest of your rajini vaidyanathan, have to wait and see. there is an is the largest we have seen. to know about these really important the nspcc said instagram, day at the bbc. i know you are going subjects. -- kamal ahmed. facebook and snapchat together made bbc news, amritsar. we took the decision up 70% of the cases of online to other teams to see how we do appetite on the pakistan side of grooming, with instagram several years ago to know about these really important subjects. -- kamalahmed. and, the being used most. second point, news can seem a bit things, influence their decisions as we are expecting the pilot to appear mysterious to audiences, so, we for the period when police first well. valerie and richard aren't the to move the station upstream inland recorded the online platform, things for that. i think we have a to the safest possible part thought, we want to throw open the of the ice shelf and it is not instagram was used 126 times to send only two members of the audience statement from pakistan. on the sexual messages to a child, that are here talking to different going to be on the iceberg doors, get the audience in, and very shortly. the crowds have but that rose to a28 gathered to give him a welcome home. when that breaks off. release of what is described as the but we still don't know quite actually listen to what they want, teams, there will be others talking this is the indian side of the what the iceberg breaking off because ourjob is to do the news, to various parts of the bbc and you for the same period last year, will have in terms of the effect will get to see them through the border of the disputed territory of prisoner of war, pow, "wing on the rest of the ice shelf. do the news that is interesting and course of the day on the news commander abhinandan varthaman, the kashmir. we will take you back there is it likely you might have a threefold rise, and while girls channel and on the six o'clock news. useful to audiences, it came from aged 12—15 are the most common when we see him. to move the base again? thank you very much. out in the ca ptu red that idea, very issue, audiences targets, one in five victims figures obtained by the nspcc show commander abhinandan varthaman, the captured indian air force wing commander, has been returned to we would find it difficult to move newsroom , we can was aged 11 or under. a sharp rise in the use india today, he was arrested when tell us they want to know more about the figures are hugely concerning. thank you very much. out in the newsroom, we can see, now, you can of the social media network his militaryjet made 21 crashed in the station any further inland find out more about today's events instagram to groom young children. it, and we do not need to be so altogether police recorded more because it starts to we are looking at thousands of offences. that means thousands at the bbc and on brexit more widely than 5,000 online child grooming mysterious about how we work. open offences in the 18 months encounter crevasses. of children that have been groomed on the website. to september in england and wales. on the social networks that we know sex offenders used instagram kashmir, after being shot down by we are caughty in the middle of for grooming more than any up mysterious about how we work. open up ourdoors, mysterious about how we work. open up our doors, show how we do things, all of our children enjoy being on, other online platform. pakistan air force for violating the ice shelf between a rock and an that they use every day. the nspcc has accused social airspace, while in captivity he was and let the audience decide the iceberg, you could say, subjects we cover. you have told us we are really clear time for a look at the weather. media firms of "ten years but we are in the safest of failed self—regulation". treated with dignity and in line part of the ice shelf the government has to step in. keith doyle reports. that we can identify. how the idea came about. it was with international law. the prime
we need to see meaningful statutory here's chris fawkes. when might they go back? regulation because the platforms have demonstrated they won't take minister of pakistan, imran khan, actually a colleague of mine, announced his return as a goodwill late october, early november, matthew sure, we were in a meeting the steps themselves voluntarily strong winds coming our way, for the they will look to see how to keep children safe. the instruments we have left running and he said, we really need to shock facebook, which owns re st of strong winds coming our way, for the rest of us, fair amount of cloud, gesture aimed at de—escalating on the station, have people to engage them in our rising tensions with india." —— instagram, said... bright spells, quiet, rain will push got on over the winter, the nspcc describes it mig-21. we and they will reoccupy rising tensions with india." —— mig—21. we will no doubt see him the station at that time. into northern ireland this evening as the wild west web, again on the indian side and hear cove rage. people to engage them in our coverage. we people to engage them in our cove rage. we we re people to engage them in our coverage. we were thinking about that and we thought, why don't we before spreading east, reaching where children are being groomed scotland, england and wales online, some as young get the audience involved, come in, overnight. it becomes drier later in as five years old. from him soon. today, as part of a day of special tell them what they want. i sent out the night on northern ireland and a coverage across the bbc, an e—mailasking tell them what they want. i sent out mild night for most, temperatures sexual communication with a child we ve been asking viewers an e—mail asking if this was a good has been a crime since 2017. about their assessment idea, to lots of the programme of the bbc's brexit coverage. between 4 degrees and 9 degrees the charity said since then editors and people who look after towards the south—west. for the over 5,000 such crimes one element that has proved popular weekend, wet and windy weather on were recorded by the police. has been the short illustrated the channel, for example, which we are on now. everyone thought, this the government says it wants the uk the way, as the overnight rain reports explaining key elements clears away, brighter weather for a in the brexit negotiations. in one of those cases, with less than a month to go before really works, it is a real thing time, next weather system making its so we're taking the opportunity to be the safest place to be online, a 13—year—old girl exchanged sexual the uk is scheduled to leave the eu, about how we explain brexit and how presence felt with rain arriving in to run some of these again today. messages on social media with a man many questions remain unanswered. we help the audience understand and especially for children, throughout the day, bbc theresa may is adamant brexit was it will help us listen to the and new laws being proposed tackle the north—west and spreading north—east the day. rain accompanied who first said he was 16. news is giving a group a vote to leave the customs union. of viewers the opportunity online grooming and set out he picked her up, he took her to contribute their ideas and leaving the customs union audience, so we then started a clear responsibilities by strong winds, gusting up to 55 to to how its journalists cover brexit. will allow britain to pursue for social media companies. to woods and had sex with her before our reporter, chi chi izundu, an independent trade policy with eu project which was selecting people from different backgrounds, from 65 mph, perhaps a little stronger, disappearing completely from social media. is in the newsroom, she's been countries and countries different parts of britain, to make an anonymous tip—off speaking to some of those viewers, around the world. to see what they want from our coverage. keith doyle, bbc news. in the most exposed locations, and led to his arrest. we are in the bbc's world—class but how the uk goes about leaving we will have another bout of strong sure it is balanced and we are doing he was 24 years old and he was newsroom , one we are in the bbc's world—class newsroom, one of the largest in the the customs union has been the cause it in the right way, talking about world, some hubbub, because of the of much disagreement. wind late on sunday and into the jailed for five years. breaking news story you were just it, inviting a lot of audience breaking news from saudi arabia, it our reality check corresondent early hours of monday, courtesy of the nspcc said instagram, talking about, somehow above and now members on the panel, into a news has stripped the sun of the late facebook and snapchat together made we will speak to some of the storm freya, bringing severe gales up 70% of the cases of online audience members that have been and a risk of local disruption. grooming, with instagram given the opportunity to talk to the chris morris has more. being used most. conference, last week and they told osama bin laden of his saudi editors at the bbc. i'm so sorry, us we would like them to do us, on
for the period when police first one term that keeps cropping up in the brexit negotiations recorded the online platform, is the customs union. food, imports and exports, which we the uk is in it because for have been doing. the audience asked instagram was used 126 times to send the minute it is still an eu member us about what would my health sexual messages to a child, but what does it actually do? citizenship. but that rose to 428 i'm going to interrupt. hello. i the customs union makes trade the united states is offering for the same period last year, between the 28 eu countries easier. a million dollar reward allowa nce us about what would my health allowance be on the european for information about the son wa nt to i'm going to interrupt. hello. i want to know, from you, somebody who when goods move between them continent if there was no deal. we of osama bin laden, a threefold rise, and while girls there are no customs the late leader of al qaeda. aged 12—15 are the most common is out there all the time, has it checks or charges imposed. have listened to some of those targets, one in five victims but when goods enter us officials say hamza bin laden been helpful to have all these is emerging as the leader the customs union from real—life effects of, may be effects of the islamist militant group. was aged 11 or under. the rest of the world, members of the public come to tell there is a common charge known of it. that has given insight to in recent years, he's called the figures are hugely concerning. on followers to take revenge you what they want. it has been as a tariff. on the us and its allies take cars, a charge for the killing of his father, we are looking at fantastic, i have been chatting with where the audience is. you have the is 10% of their value. who ordered the 9/11 attacks. thousands of offences. these three good people over the our washington correspondent that means thousands la st it's a way of protecting eu goods of children that have been groomed these three good people over the last few months, getting a sense of biggest bass at the bbc in terms of on the social networks that we know their thoughts coming from the bbc. from cheaper foreign imports. chris buckler reports. all of our children enjoy being on, once the common tariff is paid, it is interesting for them to see news, not quite, promoted him that they use every day. prematurely( !) news, not quite, promoted him prematurely(l), if you could tell the united states has published how we put the news together. how we goods can move freely around the eu a wanted posterfor hamza bin laden, him what kind of story on brexit you we are really clear try to be as balanced as we can, without any more checks or charges. and they believe this the government has to step in. would like him to pay particular is the new face of al-anda. we need to see meaningful statutory depending on the available facts. i the group has been responsible attention to and pass that onto the for many killings and bombings, regulation because the platforms that is one of the main reasons why editors, what would it be? the have demonstrated they won't take think that's really important. i big japanese car firms like nissan but none were more devastating the steps themselves voluntarily than this. to keep children safe. set up car plants in the uk. effects of the british people, very facebook, which owns think that's really important. i think these people, the licence fee on september 11th 2001, for guaranteed smooth access instagram, said... payers, they are invested in what we complicated thing. it is not going its members flew planes to the whole eu market. into the twin towers the government says it wants the uk do, and it's important for them to of new york's world trade center. have confidence in what we do and obviously, though, to be the safest place to be online, if you are in the customs union, one of a series of murderous attacks especially for children, feel we are being as objective about you have to play by its rules. to finish in march 29, it is an and new laws being proposed tackle on america, apparently the news as possible, and obviously, ongoing period, ithink masterminded by osama bin laden. online grooming and set out clear responsibilities to finish in march 29, it is an for social media companies. ongoing period, i think a lot of people don't appreciate that. maybe keith doyle, bbc news. people have concerns, are we too much on the leave side, the remain
one country, the uk, for example, can't strike its own trade deals almost two decades on, the us has side, and for us to hear that new concerns about al-qaeda with others around the world. and its late leader's son. continual dialogue, to feed that hold the parliamentary people more the eu negotiates trade deals back into how we do things, is honest, basically so, we need to hamza has released audio and video for all its members. messages on the internet, really important. tackle these issues. i know you are why? calling on his followers to launch attacks against the united states and its western allies. very vocal, we have got the editor, well, because if the uk, how do you feel the bbc has done in and he has threatened attacks terms of brexit coverage so far? so against the united states in revenge say, were able to set for the may 2011 killing far, it has been biased. against of his father. if there is one thing you would like today, as part of a day of special after a ten—year search, tariffs for imported cars coverage across the bbc, live to look at in the next 28 days, osama bin laden was found at a safe we ve been asking viewers brexiteers. i think there was too about their assessment what would it be. at say 5% rather than 10%, of the bbc's brexit coverage. house in pakistan and killed one element that has proved popular much negative. not enough positive. in an operation ordered by the then has been the short illustrated then all those cars would be sent president barack obama. reports explaining key elements to the uk more cheaply, after a firefight, they killed in the brexit negotiations. and get free access to the rest the positives of us coming out of osama bin laden and took so we're taking the opportunity to run some of these again today. of the eu, giving the uk custody of his body. the eu itself are, we are as the uk prepares to leave an unfair advantage. the eu customs union, the government would like to keep self—governing, we make our own it needs to replace the trade are they stockpiling in the name of most of the benefits in the compound they found agreements it has with eu countries of the customs union but to still be laws, we do our own trade deals. i "brexit" or because we generally bet letters that suggested and the rest of the world. genuinely needed. implications of able to do its own trade our reality check correspondent deals with everyone else. he was grooming his son hamza chris morris looks at the eu is saying to succeed him, and now the options available to us. that is not on offer. can't see anything wrong with this intelligence officials believe is there any alternative? he is emerging as a key leader a free trade agreement can also in the extremist group. remove tariffs and allow you to do country going ahead doing just that. today's al-qaeda is not stagnant. going abroad in on holiday, what it is going to cost me. other deals elsewhere. companies importing goods it's rebuilding, and it into the eu under a free trade but, parliamentarians think continues to threaten agreement still need to provide differently, and they want to keep the united states and our allies. detailed proof of how us in. and we are not happy. molly, everyone in the brexit debate is and where their goods are made. promising to give you free trade and
unlike a customs union, that can create bureaucracy, who doesn't like free stuff? so, checks and considerable costs. the us is offering $1 million all of which the uk for information that leads what is a free trade agreement and is keen to avoid. how might it be different to what we for me, it is basically i will go throughout the day, bbc first time we have spoken with you, them to hamza bin laden. news is giving a group have with the eu now? free trade of viewers the opportunity how have you enjoyed the experience, officials believe he could be to contribute their ideas to how its journalists cover brexit. in afghanistan, pakistan or iran. deals aim to get rid of tariffs or in a little under half i assume you have enjoyed it! but they admit they an hour our reporter, don't know for sure. over to france, the impact, whether definitely, nice to see how the news chris buckler, bbc news, washington. border taxes on goods, stuff we chi chi izundu will be speaking to some of those viewers and getting comes together, the amount of work that goes into building the news, i make, meaning there are no charges their thoughts on how we're doing. for bringing those products across that will be across the borders. so, feel that it would be good to see the border. they also tried to get don't forget — you can let rid of quotas, so there is no limit more of a positive story with today, as part of a day of special on how much trade you can do, and us know what you think tweet us using the hashtag afternoonlive. brexit, at least more informative, coverage across the bbc, very detailed information about how because a lot of it is noise. i we ve been asking viewers the idea is to make trade between all the ways about their assessment to contact us on screen right now. understand the bbc can only get what of the bbc‘s brexit coverage. different countries as easy as brexit can affect people on a very one element that has proved popular personal basis. it will affect me in has been the short illustrated possible. but free trade deals do time for a look at the weather. they are told but it seems a lot is reports explaining key elements not get rid of border checks in the brexit negotiations. so we're taking the opportunity entirely, it is not frictionless the same way it affects you. make to run some of these again today. cove red they are told but it seems a lot is covered on what goes on in it's less than a month until the uk this time last year, the weather was trade, countries still make their westminster. but it was really good, is scheduled to leave the eu. own rules on things like safety very different. we remember last if as planned, it leaves it has been lovely. would you like on the 29th of march, regulations or product standards, to see the bbc do this again? yes. a transition period will begin year the beast from the east but and last until december next year. which traded goods need to be this time last year things got why do we need that transition? checked. that doesn't happen when the same way it affects you. make the public more informed about what our reality check is going to be a huge change. if it really nasty, in wales and you are part of the eu because in south—west england because we had the eu's economic zone, single goes through. have you found today storm emma bashing into the cold air correspondent has the answer. market and the customs union there and bringing scenes like these. is one set of rules that all enormous falls of snow, in south countries follow. the eu also you know what it is like on a long useful? really useful, it is change wales was one of the hardest hit my opinion on the news and what i journey are we nearly there yet? guarantees the free movement of services, capital and people, free watch, and i have found it really areas, this area here ended up
just when you thought that brexit might soon be over, get ready for useful. do you think the bbc should getting 55 centimetres of snow, over trade agreements simply don't cover what are the plans now? we reflect half a metre, but it wasn'tjust transition. let's assume we are on do this more? they should, for the upon what we have been told, richard as much. so when people talk about a track to leave the eu on the 29th of across the south wales, also was in the main editorial meeting super canada trade agreement between general public to come in and see talking about what they want to march. as we approach departure with the uk and the eu after brexit they problems elsewhere, this was what goes on and around, the kind of cove r. the withdrawal agreement in hand, it are still talking about a much herefordshire, and in looser relationship than being part talking about what they want to cover. the facts on the economy, will be time for the transition information you guys are trying to of the eu, and however ambitious it deliver to us, it is a good insight some of the issues that brexit might into seeing that there is literally gloucestershire, a place they got bring, we have to look at the facts period. the government calls it the might be it would not produce trade the most snow with nifty seven and make a judgment on how we with no border checks or delays at genuine facts that are coming out of centimetres. —— a little place implementation period but it is all and it would not solve one of broadcast around things like brexit actually the same thing. why a it. it is brilliant. you are here there, they got the most snow with but we listen to terry and molly, brexit‘s biggest dilemmas, how to for the rest of the day, talking to 57 centimetres. this year we will transition? because the uk and the avoid a hard border in ireland, you thinking about what are the eu need to agree the details of a people like clive and the editors, remember having a very warm new trade deal and businesses need might think that is a price worth and the rest of the audience members are talking to various teams across february. things will change? at the more time to adjust to all the paying, the ability to set your own positives of coming out of the rules and make your own way and pay changes they are going to have to european union, how we reflect on far less money to the eu budget, but the bbc, but martin, we may sneak in start of the week we have those temperature setting new records, those, but also, molly's point, do make. so during the transition the and come to speak with you! they in the end free trade is not uk will have left the eu, but for 21 21.2 in kew gardens, but over the this again, we are, so we have a pop entirely free. would be very welcome, we like visitors. it gets lonely in here! next 24 hours the weather will turn up this again, we are, so we have a pop up in bradford, in march, where we once things will stay the same. the have gone and listen to the people very unsettled so we will not see it throughout the day, bbc laughter of bradford about how we would like uk will still be in the economic being that mild and actually turning news is giving a group them to cover the city —— they would zone and the single market and the of viewers the opportunity —— martine. pretty stormy. this is the calm to contribute their ideas like us to cover the city, and we customs union, and that means to how its journalists cover brexit. strong in a little under half winds coming our way, but for the before the storm. this is the will do more of this, these ideas: an hour our reporter, frictionless trade without checks chi chi izundu will be speaking re st of winds coming our way, but for the rest of us, a fair amount of cloud, satellite picture. you have to go the audience come in, on different and delays at borders will continue, to some of those viewers and getting bright spells, rain will quickly all the way to the other side of the subjects, as you have said molly, their thoughts on how we're doing. perhaps we should do one on health, but the uk will also have to follow atla ntic all the way to the other side of the atlantic near the us, this area of all the eu rule and regulations now it's time for a look push to northern ireland this evening before spreading east,
at the weather with chris fawkes. the environment, immigration, we can cloud, the area of low pressure not including the same payments into the scotland, england, wales overnight, do all sorts of things. we can do becomes drier later in the night, in really threatening at all, and it we are looking at strong winds this will become a very powerful storm in this in different ways, it is a the second half of the weekend. the different way of working. we have eu budget, excepting the rulings of weekend coming our way back for the northern ireland, mild night for gained a huge amount from people the european court ofjustice and rest of today the weather is looking most, temperatures between four and quite quiet for most, a fairmount of rain is pushing into northern allowing free movement of people. nine celsius towards the south—west, ireland and belfast, and the wet coming in, ouraudiences except the uk were no longer have gained a huge amount from people cloud and a few bright spells but for the weekend, wet and windy coming in, our audiences coming weather pushing into scotland and gained a huge amount from people any say in changing the rules or rain will quickly push its way into weather, as the overnight rain goes across england and wales, in the coming in, ouraudiences coming in, who listen to and read what the bbc make new ones, a no vote and no seat away, bright weather for a while, produces and it has really helped us northern ireland before spreading next weather system making its evening. the rain will clear away as well. there you have it, we have east reaching scotland, england and presence felt with rain arriving in wales over night, it becomes dry from northern ireland later in the heard from one of the top bosses of at the table. there is a suggestion night. a clear night, 4—9dc late in the night in northern the north—west and spreading news, we want to hear more from the ireland and it will be a mild night north—east the day. rain accompanied the transition journey could be overnight, and for the weekend, we longer, even a couple of years for most with temperatures between audience. i'm not lying to you, the by strong winds, gusting up to 55 to longer, even a couple of years longer, give more time to sort are looking at a spell of very next time, we mightjust come into everything out. supporters of a 4-9 for most with temperatures between 4—9 towards the south—west. for the 65 mph, a little bit stronger in the weekend we have some wet and windy u nsettled are looking at a spell of very the studio! i'm going, too late, you unsettled weather, spells of wet and weather on the way, as the overnight most exposed locations in western windy weather coming through with have mist your chance! i am out of clea n b rea k everything out. supporters of a clean break brexit are not happy, gales and severe gales. the first of rain clears way we are left with they say it feels more like losing scotland, and another bout of strong brighter weather for rain clears way we are left with brighter weatherfor a rain clears way we are left with here! laughter brighter weather for a time at the next with a system making its winds, late on sunday and into the the storm systems on saturday bring control, than taking back control, a swathe of a strong winds to the presence felt with rain arriving in early hours of monday courtesy of —— you have missed your chance. west of the uk where the isobars are and soa control, than taking back control, the north and spreading through the and so a transition period does by storr freya, bringing severe gales coming up next, the bbc news at time but it won't solve the brexit day, the rain accompanied by strong and a risk of local disruption. —— most closely squeezed. it won't be a winds which could gust up 55—65 bad start to the day across scotland five. storm freya. puzzle entirely. final destination? and england and wales, some sunny miles per hour and may be strong in still unknown. the most exposed locations in spells but further west, northern ireland as the weather going western scotland and then we will have another bout of strong winds downhill quickly, and the wet late on sunday and into the early weather will spread into parts of hours of monday courtesy of storm scotla nd today at 5pm — the transport weather will spread into parts of scotland and western parts of england and wales to the day, secretary under renewed pressure freya and that will bring severe as the government is forced to pay gales and a risk of localised probably not getting into east £33 million to eurotunnel
to settle a legal claim. anglia and the south where it will and we'll be speaking to some disruption. the lawsuit concerned extra ferry viewers later on this hour be bright. very windy overnight, and about what they want to see then we have the next storm system from our coverage of brexit — services in the event and you can find more information about today's events — coming in, storm freya, it will and on brexit more widely explosively deepen as it works into at bbc.co.uk/brexit of a no—deal brexit — don't forget — you can let the uk, with pressure dropping very eurotunnel claimed the contracts were handed out quickly, that is why it will be very in a "secretive" way. us know what you think the government say they were right windy. across england and wales the to settle the dispute. tweet us using the first sign of storm freya arriving hashtag afternoonlive. the contract and at the ferries that all the ways on sunday with the band of cloud and are going to be available are to contact us on screen right now. time for a look at the weather. critical for our contingency plans rain, moving north, and at the are. so, it's a good thing that the moment the north of scotland is probably avoiding the worst of it. agreement has been made today. we'll have the latest. a year ago the weather was really it is quite mild in the south, very different. how could we forget, temperatures of around 13 in london, the beast from the east? that first started coming in on the 26th of february but we had an area of low pressure from the south, storm and but it is in the afternoon that we are watching out across these areas, that bumped into the cold air and the met office has issued a weather brought the biggest falls of snow warning, for storm freya, and we are from the whole episode —— storm talking about winds reaching may be emma. that was in wales and 80 mph, and they will move inland, south—west inwood. this is what 50-60 80 mph, and they will move inland, 50—60 mph quite widespread as we go
on into the early hours of monday, happened, enormous falls of snow, and they are strong enough to cause this was in wales. across the area and they are strong enough to cause a few problems, so we are keeping a very close eye on storm freya. it near cardiff this storm system will turn very windy this weekend. brought 55 centimetres of snow which is something people in south wales will not be forgetting any time soon. will not be forgetting any time soon. it will be etched in the memory. we also had effects in the midlands. there is a man there, you can see how deep the drifts are, the strong winds bringing incredible falls of snow. roads became impassable with the snowdrifts and we had widespread transport disruption. with lorries getting stranded, problems on the railway, over 5000 schools were closed because of this wintry weather. quite a change to the record—breaking mild weather we have had this week. we have spoken about that of course but it would change
this weekend? a couple of areas of low pressure which will bring wet and windy weather, that is what we are looking at. we will have a look at the storm system, venezuela, bringing very strong winds our way. in many respects this is the calm before the storm —— the storm system, storm freya. if we have a look at in the atlantic, i can show you freya. it doesn't look very impressive at the moment, it is not very impressive at the moment and the winds are not very strong, but they will get very strong very quickly as we go through sunday. more about that in a moment. a quiet one for the rest of the afternoon. wet weather getting into northern ireland. through the night the rain will spread into scotland and across england and wales, clearing away from northern ireland, so it will become drierfor a time. temperatures on the mild side,
between 4—9. for the weekend, a couple of areas of low pressure coming in and these will bring about some of wet and windy weather, so let's have a look at the first of these. saturday, low pressure moving into the north west, fairly tightly packed isobars, that is where the wind will be the strongest, outbreaks of rain around, as well. many will start the day on a reasonable note, with morning sunshine, further west the weather goes downhill quite quickly and the rain will be accompanied by strengthening winds, so we could see gusts reaching 55, 60, even 70 across western parts of scotland, especially towards saturday evening. this is storm freya, look at the storm system develops into parts of england and wales, the isobars gathering and the pressure is falling rapidly, explosively deepening and that is why it will be very windy. sunday we have the bad
of —— the band of rain. uncertainty how far north it will reach, but for the time being northern scotland hanging onto dry weather with sunshine and a few blustery showers. mild in the south and cooler further north but it is the strength of the winds which is the cause for concern. go through sunday evening into the early hours of monday, these are the warning areas across england and wales, the met office haveissued england and wales, the met office have issued a warning already. some exposed locations across the coast could get gusts of 80 mph and then the strongest winds will be working their way across england. we will be keeping a very close eye on storm freya.