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this is bbc news — our latest headlines. let's have a look at the weather. hello, you're watching middle of the week and feeling noticeably colder. this is bbc news — today at five: after two 17—year—olds here is louise lear. those lucky this is bbc news — our latest headlines. the home secretary says there's become the latest victims enough to be messing about on the our latest headlines. after two 17—year—olds "no single solution," of a series of fatal stabbings, afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. after two 17—year—olds become the latest victims to tackling serious violence, the met police say it's water in the lake district,. fast become the latest victims of a series of fatal stabbings, forward to monday morning, just of a series of fatal stabbings, the government says it's committed their top priority. seven days on there was seven today at 3: the prime minister calls for more to tackling knife crime. and knife crime. centimetres of lying snow in parts after two 17—year—olds become the latest victims i'm simon mccoy. we actually also need to address of cumbria first thing this morning of a series of fatal stabbings, to be done on knife crime. today at 2: this across the causes of knife sajid javid's comments come soa of cumbria first thing this morning so a bit ofa the prime minister calls for more there is no hiding from after the two 17—year—olds crime, why it is that so many young of cumbria first thing this morning so a bit of a shock to the system. storm freya may have moved off and this issue, mr speaker. were fatally stabbed in separate calls for the appointment we actually also need to address serious violence is on the rise, of a knife csar, after two thatis storm freya may have moved off and that is how we're going to continue to be done on knife crime. 17—year—olds became people are carrying knives. for the rest of the day. this has this across the causes of knife communities are being torn the latest victims of crime, why it is that so many young apart and families are a series of fatal stabbings been the so far. some of these we actually also need to address incidents, this weekend. of fatal stabbings. storms... a rumble of thunder mixed losing their children. claims of a brexit bribe — this across the causes of knife as the government announces in there as well, a breezy afternoon crime, why it is that so many young people are carrying knives. £1.6 billion for deprived for many but also sunshine and claims of a brexit bribe — as the government announces there is no hiding from this issue. people are carrying knives. claims of a brexit bribe £1.6 billion for deprived towns in england. showers. results of chooser or low as the government announces serious violence is on the rise, one incident, one injury, £1.6 billion for deprived communities are being torn apart and we actually also need to address one death, is one too many. at least 23 people are dead — towns in england. towns in england. families are losing their children. this across the causes of knife and there's "catastrophic damage" — tackling violent crime remains we'll be talking to a former at least 23 people are dead metropolitan police commander, crime, why it is that so many young after tornadoes hit alabama and there's "catastrophic damage" at least 23 people are dead — pressure north—west england and the met's top priority. and there's "catastrophic damage" — and a woman whose son was stabbed people are carrying knives. one parts of scotland and again there after tornadoes hit alabama to death when he was 17. in the united states. after tornadoes hit alabama will be wintry to higher ground. claims of a brexit bribe, the other main stories incident, one injury, one death, is as the government announces in the united states. sport now on afternoon live £1.6 billion for deprived in the united states. on bbc news at 5... one too many. tackling violent crime towns in england. sport now on afternoon live with holly hamilton. sport now on afternoon live with holly hamilton. the government says it isn't farewell to a footballing spots to the great glen. band of at least 23 people are dead legend this afternoon. a bribe, just sound investment. and there's catastrophic damage some familiar faces turned out ministers announce a £1.6 billion remains the top priority. news and sport both covering this after tornadoes hit alabama fund, to boost deprived areas, for obvious reasons because we are in the united states. with holly hamilton. claims of a brexit bribe, talking about the passing of a coming up on afternoon days before a crunch brexit vote. as the government announces showers continuing to thread through £1.6 billion for deprived northern ireland and northern to pay their repects? towns in england. england, further south and east will at least 23 people are dead, at least 23 people are dead after tornadoes rip legend. have the best of the sunshine parts live, all the sport. and there's catastrophic damage after tornadoes hit alabama a true england icon. in the united states. a true england legend... of south wales that next area of low a true england icon. world cup winner, gordon banks world cup winner gordon banks, world cup winner, gordon banks who died last month aged 81 — coming up on afternoon live, pressure starts to show its hand. who died last month aged 81 — who died last month aged 81. his funeral is taking place in stoke his funeral is taking place the winds are not going to be a his funeral is taking place in stoke where thousands have lined in stoke, where thousands have lined where thousands have lined we say farewell today to a the streets to say goodbye all the sport with holly hamilton. the streets to say goodbye severe as we had with storm freya the streets to say goodbye and pay their final respects.
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but there is still going to be some footballing icon, thousands of this was a man who has and pay their final respects. left a lasting legacy — rain and some of it quite heavy and people lining the streets of stoke persistent through the day on winning 73 senior caps for england, yes, the world of football will be this was a man who has to pay theirfinal and pay their final respects. most famously in that wednesday. another day of wet and people lining the streets of stoke world cup final victory over saying farewell to an icon today left a lasting legacy — to pay their final respects a world with the funeral of gordon banks winning 73 senior caps for england, windy weather through northern cup winning goalkeeper gordon brown. west germany in 1966. ireland, northern england on the this was a man who has taking place in stoke. so bobby most famously in that left a lasting legacy — bulk of scotland and further snow to —— gordon banks. however he'll probably be winning 73 senior caps for england, world cup final victory over the mountains. sunny spells and scattered showers further south not and we'll be joining you for a full most famously in that remembered more than anything charlton and sir geoff hurst are update just after half—past. among those that have turned out to west germany in 1966. however, he'll probbaly be quite as cold here, 13 degrees the louise has all the weather. world cup final victory over remembered more than anything else for that save... pay theirfinal among those that have turned out to else for that save. maximum in the afternoon. this week many of us have had some decent pay their final respects. thanks holly, and louise lear there is a marked change to where we spells of sunshine so far today but there are some showers and look at west germany in 1966. has all the weather. 1970 in mexico at the world cup we re there is a marked change to where we were last week. sunshine and during the group—stage this, some of them are wintry. i many of us have had some decent game against brazil, showers, wet and windy through the spells of sunshine so far today but middle of the week and feeling however he'll probably be 1970, in mexico at the world cup when he somehow managed to turn will have all the details later in remembered more than anything during the group—stage there are some showers and look at noticeably colder. else for that save... this, some of them are wintry. i pele's header over the crossbar. the programme. 1970, in mexico at the world cup game against brazil, it's such an iconic moment and coming up — remembering gordon. during the group—stage when he somehow managed to turn pele's header over the crossbar. will have all the details later in we'll have more on that funeral game against brazil, it's such an iconic moment. the programme. for a football legend, when he somehow managed to turn and just one of many reasons that and one of many reasons that as he's laid to rest pele's header over the crossbar. and coming up, remembering gordon. literally thousands have gathered following a service it's such an iconic moment. literally thousands have gathered we'll have more on that funeral at stoke minster this afternoon. in stoke this afternoon. in stoke this afternoon. and just one of many reasons that for a football legend, literally thousands have gathered as he's laid to rest following a service a tweet from stoke city put it best: in stoke this afternoon. at stoke minster this afternoon. "whether it was that and as you rightly pointed out, save in 1970, or lifting the cup two years later, simon, i certainly wasn't alive the cortez should pass through the for his greatest moments we'll all have our memories but the fact that we're still of a true gentleman talking about him says everything. he was a superstar on the field and and legend of the game." city and the stadium earlier and a quite frankly off the field, he was good afternoon. not a superstar at all, he was a chance started from the fans who had it does. some of us were around then very ordinary guy, never had any gathered there saying england's i'm wondering if you have any backin it does. some of us were around then number one and that is exactly how ‘0ne incident, one injury, back in ancient history. i don't he will be remembered. and a lot of airs and graces and that was one of memories of what happened in 1970 we one death is one too many‘. the beautiful things about him. that's how the deputy assistant familiarfaces he will be remembered. and a lot of familiar faces there? as you might
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best move on! some big names past believe you! indeed some who were commissioner of the met police has described the recent spate imagine. of fatal knife attacks. playing in that game and some more and present paying tribute to him. graham mcnulty was speaking current plain tribute today. including team mates after two 17—year—olds from england's1966 world cup win were killed in stabbings, certainly some familiar as well as members of his former certainly some familiar faces who've turned out in east london and greater faces who've turned out clubs stoke city and leicester. to pay their respects, manchester, over the weekend. to pay their respects, including team mates he insisted that more police including team mates in what was a really nice touch, from england's 1966 world cup win on the streets and 2,500 stop from england's1966 world cup win his coffin was carried as well as members of his former and searches in the last three days as well as members of his former good afternoon. clubs stoke city and leicester. into the minster by the current clubs stoke city and leicester. had made a difference. number one goalkeepers of all three theresa may has denied that in what was a really nice touch, theresa may has denied that a fall in what was a really nice touch, a fall in police numbers clubs he served during his career. is to blame for a recent spate in police numbers is to blame. his coffin was carried meanwhile, the home secretary is due his coffin was carried joe hart, jack butland, of fatal knife attacks. into the minster by the current to meet police chiefs kasper schmeichel and joe anyon she was speaking after two into the minster by the current i7—year—olds were murdered number one goalkeepers of all three on wednesday to look at ways acting as pallbearers. in separate knife attacks in east number one goalkeepers of all three london and greater manchester clubs he served during his career — also in attendance, over the weekend. clubs he served during his career — joe hart, jack butland, to combat the violence. joe hart, jack butland, sir bobby charlton and sir geoff kasper schmeichel and joe anyon kasper schmeichel and joe anyon acting as pallbearers. acting as pallbearers. hurst who gave a ulogy also in attendance, her comments came after the former sir bobby charlton and sir geoff also in attendance, metropolitan police commissioner, hurst, who paid tribute to his sir bobby charlton and sir geoff lord hogan—howe, urged hurst, who paid tribute to his during the service. the government to ‘get a grip' of the problem. the home secretary is due to meet former team mate during the service. former team mate during the service. to the day's other news mac police chiefs on wednesday to look the park behind me is where a very sad day. one of the greats in at ways to combat the violence. 17—year—old jodie chesney was sad day. murdered on friday night. as you can manchester united striker a very sad day. see, people are continuing to lay one of the greats in his profession. alexis sanchez could be out for six charlotte gallagher could be out for six his profession. it is always a flowers a nd it is always a privilege to eight weeks with knee ligament when you come across in damage sustained during saturday's privilege when you come across in see, people are continuing to lay flowers and remembering jodie, some your profession, so it has victory over southampton. of her friends from college have he was forced off is in east london now. been a privilege for me. early in the second half, your profession, so it has been a been here, and also herfamily and just a very, very sad day the woman who tried to give her in the greatest goalkeeper i following a collision with jan bednarek. have ever seen. it's another injury blow for ole gunnar skojkaer, yes, the park behind me is where privilege for me. just a very, very first aid who could be without up to 10 the woman who tried to give her firstaid and the woman who tried to give her first aid and save her life. it has players for wednesday s champions been very emotional indeed. her
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17—year—old jodie chesney was sad day in the greatest goalkeeper i manchester united striker league tie with paris saint—germain. sixth form has said pupils will be alexis sanchez could be out for six have ever seen. offered extra support after what has to eight weeks with knee ligament murdered on friday night. as you can manchester united striker damage sustained during saturday's see, people are continuing to lay victory over southampton. scotla nd scotland have beaten iceland for one alexis sanchez could be out for six happened. he was forced off flowers a nd to eight weeks with knee ligament people here are in shock, early in the second half, damage sustained during saturday's horrified by what has happened following a collision with jan see, people are continuing to lay flowers and remembering her. some of victory over southampton. in this quiet residential area. bednarek. he was forced off jodie chesney was 17, studying it's another injury blow in the algarve cup. her friends from college have early in the second half, for ole gunnar solskjaer, flowers and remembering her. some of herfriends from college have been here and also her family and the following a collision with jan for her a—levels and enjoying life. who could be without up to 10 bednarek. she was killed in this playground, players for wednesday s champions woman who tried to give her first it's another injury blow aid and save her life. it has been for ole gunnar solskjaer, stabbed by a suspect described league tie with paris saint—germain. who could be without up to 10 the first goal came 15 minutes players for wednesday's champions as a black male in his late teens. in after a kim little corner found league tie with paris saint—germain. very emotional indeed. her sixth lizzie arnotjust inside the box. form has said that pupils will be arnot also scored the fourth goal. offered extra support after what has he attacked jodie without saying the second came from chelsea striker a word, before running away. erin cuthbert who swept it england lock maro itoje has been the flowers stacked up against this into the corner after help happened. tree, just steps away from claire emslie. included in the england rugby union scotland are currently and it was kim little training squad for the first time from wherejodie was killed. beating iceland 4—1 who scored the third, people here are in shock, horrified a steady stream of people have been at the algarve cup in portugal. just a couple of minutes before injust over a month, coming here in shock by what has happened in this quiet ahead of their six nations match at the death of a young girl, iceland scored their first. residential area. jodie chesney was against italy on saturday. the first goal came 15 minutes its secured scotland's second spot he's been out of action described as beautiful, in the competition and a play—off on kind and friendly, in after a kim little corner found wednesday. england's woman cricketers since damaging a knee ligament lizzie arnotjust inside the box. completely outclassed india, during the win over ireland to win their first t20 on the opening weekend, but he's arnot also scored the fourth goal. match in guwa hati. i7, studying for her a—levels and tammy beaumont top—scored expected to return at twickenham. in a seemingly random attack. enjoying life. she was killed in itoje is part of an initial 31—man the second came from chelsea striker with 62, as they set their hosts this playground, stabbed by a squad, which also incluces chris robshaw and jonathan joseph. erin cuthbert, who swept it suspect described as a blackmail in into the corner after help his late teens. he attacked jodie boss eddiejones will cut that down from claire emslie. they were absolutely normal and it was kim little to 25 players tomorrow evening, children, doing normal things, who scored the third, without saying a word, before and this is very unusual incident, just a couple of minutes before running away. i think, it is totally unprovoked. before naming his starting 15 he is expected to return at and we need to get the flowers stacked up against iceland scored their first. twickenham. he is part of an initial history just steps away from where and replacements on thursday. a grip of the situation. 32 man squad. boss eddiejones will england's woman cricketers jodie was killed. a steady stream of completely outclassed india, to win their first t20 people have been coming here in 24—hours afterjodie's death, cut that down to 25 players tomorrow shock at the death of a young girl, forward hamish watson another fatal stabbing match in guwa hati.
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is among five players returning and another young life lost. evening before naming his starting from injury to rejoin tammy beaumont top—scored described as beautiful, kind and the scotland squad. 15 and replacement on thursday. and he hurt a hand on club duty with 62, as they set their hosts friendly. in a seemingly random with edinburgh six weeks ago. a victory target of 161. stuart hogg is still out though. yousef makki was also 17 attack. scotland play the six nations‘ only and studying for his a—levels linsey smith took two wickets in two they were absolutely normal and was attacked in greater forward hamish watson is among the children, doing normal things, manchester. balls early in the india innings two 17—year—olds have been arrested and they could only manage 119—6, players coming back from injury. on suspicion of murder. england winning by 41 runs. they were absolutely normal children, doing normalthings, and this is very unusual incident, i unbeaten side wales on saturday. recent figures from the office of national statistics show after losing the one—day series, the number of fatal stabbings last england will have the opportunity year was the highest to seal the t20 series in the second stuart hogg is still out though and think, it is totally unprovoked. and since records began. england's woman cricketers completely outclassed india, scotla nd we need to get a grip of the to win their first t20 stuart hogg is still out though and match in guwa hati. scotland play the 6—nation's only game on thursday. unbeaten side wales on saturday. tammy beaumont top—scored with 62, situation. 24-hour is afterjodie's as they set their hosts a victory target of 161. 285 people lost to knife crime. i thought at half time england's woman cricketers completely outclassed india, to win their first t20 death, another fatal stabbing and match in guwa hati. linsey smith took two wickets in two we were maybe ten or 15 short tammy beaumont top—scored balls early in the india innings another young life lost. yousef makki was also 17 and studying for and they could only manage 119—6, his a—levels and was attacked in england winning by 41 runs. figures obtained by channel 4's but the way our bowlers came out with 62, as they set their hosts and bowled and particularly bowled after losing the one—day series, despatch programme show the number greater manchester. 217—year—olds england will have the opportunity well on that wicket. to seal the t20 series in the second despatches programme show the number it is a great team performance, a victory target of 161. everyone stuck their hands linsey smith took two wickets in two had been arrested on suspicion of up for what has been balls early in the india innings of children under 16 being stabbed a challenging 48 hours. rose by 93% in just two years. and they could only manage 119—6, murder. recent figures from the game on thursday. frank bruno's agent has england winning by 41 runs. people here and across the uk revealed that the former world office of national statistics show are calling for the government heavyweight champion has been after losing the one—day series, the number of fatal stabbings last and police to take action on knife england will have the opportunity suffering from pneumonia. to seal the t20 series in the second year was the highest since records crime but what can be done? i thought at half time we were maybe i think it needs a leader, dave davies used bruno's somebody who has to ask twitter account to thank game on thursday. began. 285 people lost to knife what the police are doing, how the charities can work together, crime. figures obtained by channel 4 ten or 15 short but the way our the hospital staff because if it is not who'd cared for him. frank bruno's agent has bowlers came out and bold and treated as a crisis, he said he now needs revealed that the former world it will be another two years a few weeks' rest. heavyweight champion has been show the number of children under 16 particularly bowled well on that bruno famously beat oiver mccall wicket. it is a great team to win the wbc heavyweight suffering from pneumonia. dave davies used bruno's before we see action. title at wembley in 1995.
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being stabbed rose by 93% injust that's all the sport for now. twitter account to thank performance, everyone stuck their two years. people here and across hands up for what has been a the hospital staff challenging 48 hours. the home secretary sajid javid simon, back to you. who'd cared for him. says this senseless he said he now needs violence cannot go on. a few weeks' rest. the uk are calling for the frank bruno's agent has bruno famously beat oiver mccall revealed that the former world a feeling shared by to win the wbc heavyweight government and police to take action heavyweight champion has been the traumatised community, on knife crime but what can be done? suffering from pneumonia. friends and family title at wembley in 1995. theresa may has visited salisbury, dave davies used bruno's declaring the city as open that's all the sport for now. for business, one year i think it needs a leader, somebody on from the nerve agent attack that twitter account to thank ofjodie chesney. contaminated several locations. we will be back in the next hour. the hospital staff the prime minister visited local who has to ask what the police are who'd cared for him. companies, 12 months afterformer russian spy sergei skripal doing, how the charities can work he said he now needs and what people have been telling and his daughter yulia were targeted a few weeks' rest. bruno famously beat oiver mccall with the nerve agent novichok. together, because if it is not to win the wbc heavyweight me, simon, is that they want to see treated as a crisis, it will be title at wembley in 1995. that's all the sport for now. another two years before we see more police on the streets, notjust but in russia, how is the anniversary of the salisbury now on afternoon live, let's go nationwide action. the home secretary sajid when something so terrible like this attack being covered by the media? and see what's happening around javid says this senseless violence murder happens put on a regular vitaliy shevchenko is from the country in our daily visit basis. i had been speaking to some the bbc‘s monitoring service to the bbc newsrooms around the uk. cannot go on. a feeling shared by staying with sporting matters: and is here with me now. successful at the european indoor athletics championships in glasgow of her classmates from school and the traumatised community, friends they said they will be laying was jamie webb who won silver let's go to carol malia in and family ofjodie chesney. in the men's 800 metres. newcastle, where bbc look north have his dayjob is as a full—time flowers on her empty chair in her are they marking this event? they discovered a rise in the number and what people have been telling me sociology a level class today. of mountain rescues due to hikers science teacher. another girl said she could not using their mobile phone gps. is that they want to see more police and jamie webb is here with me now. believe it, she was on the train are. it is all over tv news today on the streets, notjust when withjodie on believe it, she was on the train with jodie on friday believe it, she was on the train but if you're looking for a something so terrible like this withjodie on friday morning and that evening, she was killed. a lot we will find out more about that in i'm just wondering apart from the meaningful in—depth discussion of murder happens but on a regular of people are grieving and a lot of what happened, it is not there. what tiredness you must be feeling, has just a moment. i know you are keen basis. i have been speaking to some people are shocked by what seems to it sunk in yet? i think it isjust you get instead are tightly to tell us! of her classmates from school and bea people are shocked by what seems to be a senseless death of such a young controlled news bulletins and and rogerjohnson is in they said they will be laying salford, where a sculpture delicately choreographed talk shows made out of more than 4,000 replica flowers on her empty chair in her about started to sink in. yeah, i girl. bullets has been unveiled let's hearfrom the prime ahead of the 75th d—day sociology a level class today. don't think i'm ever going to not minister, who was speaking where sarcasm and ridicule other another girl i spoke to said she to the bbc earlier from salisbury. anniversary in june.
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i recognise the concern that people think it is brilliant and amazing could not believe it, she was in the and all that but it is starting to have about what we have seen weapon of choice. and any suggestion some people may know about this in terms of knife crime that the kremlin had anything to do train withjodie on friday morning and the terrible attacks that have sink in and i'm almost starting to with it, it isjust laughed. what and that evening she was killed. a taken place and our thoughts are with the victims lot of people grieving and a lot of visualise where we are going next and their family and friends. sort of examples of sarcasm are artist's other work as well. here we now. because at the start of this, we have been acting as a government. people shocked by what seems to have there? well, today, they said the we have introduced the serious been a senseless death of such a let's face it, not many people had violent strategy, the task force, 90, artist's other work as well. here we go, carol. this is the warm weather young girl. two people suspected of poisoning bringing people out onto the felt you down as... i mean, you have the the offensive weapons bill, and with this there has been a giving the police more powers. in manchester, 17—year belief in yourself, i know that, but the home secretary will be meeting warning. you cannot shut up a good old, yousef makki, with chief constables later this woman for now, simon. there has been was fatally stabbed at the weekend. from there, dave guest you came from nowhere really in week to talk about this issue. terms of a name. yeah, i think i the skripals... their warning, have been tempting people this is something which is, yes, out onto the fells in greater sent this update. went in ranked 11th on paper which i obviously there is a police response two people suspected of poisoning the skripals. .. their sane two people suspected of poisoning the skripals... their sane half when a crime takes place but we also mockingly, half laughingly that they numbers so mountain rescue teams are need to address this warning people to be prepared so well, flowers mark the spot in this guess is fairly far down but some of visited salisbury perhaps to plan a quiet residential street where across the causes of knife crime, after a ll warning people to be prepared so after all these days there is not white is that so many young people much you can't do with a mobile my performances... have you seen it yousef makki was stabbed at the are carrying knives. phone so people are going up the on the telly before? i have not had fells with a mobile phone, with the weekend. his death has shocked com plete visited salisbury perhaps to plan a complete different operation to hang people in the community and the a chance to see the whole race. so the russian flag up. in terms of the app on showing them where to go on wider area of greater manchester. the navigation app and quite often humorous approach to this, they not we get up into the high level of the yousef makki, a 17—year—old student been mournful over this, they are it is sinking in a bit but you must fells it doesn't work, the signal is said to be showing great promise, a taking the mickey basically. be thinking... well, i wonder if you absolutely, they are not mournful at not as great or the weather comes in a lot of this is gang—related, talented young man, stabbed in the have heard from some of those who some of it drugs related, and it is all affected. so people chest and died in the street. a all, they're playing full if you teach on a regular basis, have but a wide variety of issues that have been getting lost and we have you teach on a regular basis, have need to be addressed and that is anything. for example, today they been talking tonight on our you had a message from them?|j security officer who looks after what the government is doing. showed some ducks in the pond in programme with one walker who found some of the properties in this you teach on a regular basis, have you had a message from them? i have not seen or spoken to any day police say a reduction in their street happened to be passing salisbury and they look, these are himself in that position. mobile students, i will them tomorrow numbers which happened on your watch moments after the stabbing and he morning. look at the monitor over as home secretary has contributed. the ducks to which sergei skripal if you look at the figures, phones with maps but of course that described how he and a colleague had tried to do what they could to help there is no direct correlation there, we are going to play this between certain crimes fed some bread and look there still and police numbers. uses mobile signal to communicate
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but to no avail. the teenager sadly race because you have not seen it. what matters is how we ensure alive. if you are to look at the and that doesn't work very well when what is going through your mind at that the police are responding died. he lived about two miles from to these criminal acts when they take place, world according to russian you are in storms and on the that people are brought to justice, that moment? at that moment the television, in the truth is that mountain. and obviously that is here. again, residents in a state of something we have to live with on but what also matters is that there is no truth and it is full of our conscience that we called them shock, talking about a very kind, as a government, that we look at the issues that underpin out when in theory we really polite, helpful young man, who used crowd was unbelievable, the last 300 conflicting theories. if you were to shouldn't have. where was that? to do what he could to help them in and underlie the use of knives ask them the question so what metres of the race was a complete and we act on those. blur because as soon as i was in that is a cross, to prose. happened in salisbury? they would their community, who came, they say, come up with a string of theories, contention for a medal the whole it is notjust about the police, scott fell pike so that is something stadium erupted. what does actually it is about the whole of government. one of the most popular theories is very respectable and quiet family do to you at when you are running? who lived there. he was a pupil at does it make you go faster?|j it is the whole of government like 978 metres, i have researched do to you at when you are running? does it make you go faster? i have never really experience it was only that is responding. that it one of the most popular theories is thatitis one of the most popular theories is that it is theresa may's government that. you've researched it, i've done it. that is one of the few i manchester grammar school, one of which poisoned the skripals to the met police has boosted the top independent schools. he was in that moment. my coach is said to its numbers of police on the streets of the capital, detract public attention from haven't done but, simon, you know said to do extremely well at that and it insists this has made a difference. how to read a map and a compass school. they have been some reports me, when you get in contention, when brexit. another theory is that the don't you? when he said gps i go he was thinking of possibly becoming you hit the front it is going to a surgeon british government is so preoccupied he was thinking of possibly becoming a surgeon in later life and today erupt. i know it got mentioned by one incident, one injury, one death, is one too many. with brexit that it has lost control slightly fuzzy but anyway... we have outside the school railings, flowers someone else the day before that it tackling violent crime remains a top priority. have been laid and classmates stood and we have been working day of its own secret services. they just heard from one walker but he carried them home and itjust makes won the last to get caught out. we in silence, looking at the flowers and night to make progress. went on a rampage poisoning people. and trying to understand really why you forget about how much it is in advance of the weekend just past, we have arranged for more officers another theory, it was a disgruntled can't blame that fellow, he went up they should have happened. it came ona hurting! it is hurting at that from our violent crime task force they should have happened. it came on a weekend that a 17—year—old girl and oversee the weather was ok but was stabbed in london and the to be on duty and we have extended their shifts to raise point? yeah definitely. it makes you visibility across london. employee from a defence laboratory it comes injust like national concern over knife crime these officers are operating next to salisbury. he went on a and oversee the weather was ok but it comes in just like that and across london in both uniform really tricky stuff. all the reached fever pitch. greater and in plainclothes. rampage and started spreading mountain rescue team are saying is forget about everything and itjust poison, it's that sort of thing. why gives you that little boost and please make sure you use your common officers from the homicide teams manchester's andy burnham called a sense, you are fully equipped, you news c0 nfe re nce makes you want to bring it home. you are working around the clock manchester's andy burnham called a news conference earlier this afternoon in which he said something to bring justice to families have the supplies in your backpack, needs to be done about this rising you have your map. i know it seems a spend your day time teaching chemistry, physics. presumably... they are doing it, i think the
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knife crime —— culture. he said he and to protect our communities. little bit old—fashioned now to go kremlin realises that unlike in the would want to see the police soviet union, it will not be able to back to paper but at least it is control what it's been saying. thank exercising more stop and search something tangible you can rely on, powers, more policing of social one incident, one injury, spend your day time teaching chemistry, physics. presumably. . ij just chemistry, physics. presumably. . i just hope they are nice to me one death, is one too many. you, i need to go to romford because ta ke something tangible you can rely on, take a torch in case you get stuck networks to see what young people tomorrow because i'm going to be we're getting a update from the on in the night—time weather as well. are getting up to and he wants the quite tired! of course they're going if you are tempted by our beautiful to be nice to you. they are always the increased police presence message to get out to young people has made a difference, drone shots by the way to head out that he is —— it is not ok to carry the 17—year—old jodie chesney. with officers conducting more a knife. nice but they will appreciate it i than 2500 stop and searches in the last three days alone. we're getting a update from the on the 17-year-old jodie chesney. can i think. i did tell them that if i start by saying first of all i offer tomorrow, i can tell you i have a wasn't in the first week after half in the last half hour personalised weather forecast for you. if you do go up scaffold pike the met police has insisted extra term i have neglected them! sur is my condolences to jodie chesney and police on the streets in the past the visibility could fall to 1300 fews days has made a difference. herfamily at feet, no good certainly with a we can cross now to my condolences to jodie chesney and her family at this really, really difficult time for the family, for one incident, one injury, one death, westminster and to the shadow is one too many. tackling violent policing minister and phone. now, roger, let's talk about cool term i have neglected them! sur is cool. will sir be seen at school or the local community, for the close are you now thinking you have got to friends, for very young people that labour mp louise haigh. give more time to this? my the sculpture. well, simon, it is a crime remains a top priority. and we are really highly affected by such a intentions are to be world class. i you have an urgent question this tragic incident here on friday have been working day and night to sculpture that is made out of as you make progress. in advance of the am not in the last year... you are afternoon. with a view to what, what night. so my condolences and my said more than 4000 replica bullets. do you want to come from it? we want pretty world—class now! thoughts and that of the weekend just past, we have arranged am not in the last year... you are pretty world-class now! on the world to see the government taking serious for more officers from our violent action across government and any yes metropolitan police are with this 4414 to be precise and there is a particular victim but also with many crime task force to be on duty and stage, we are making big progress. that have been tragically killed in good reason for that. it is called the soldiers of sacrifice and it has in my head i have still got a way to the last year certainly. our —— clear... the prime minister was we have extended their shifts to go because i want to be winning been commissioned by the d—day these things but the plan is to be saying lots of warm words and who thoughts are with those as well in museum which is actually based down raise visibility across london. could disagree with her that we in portsmouth to mark the 75th part—time with work and hopefully be these officers are operating across should tackle not only the criminal the wider london police. we don't anniversary of the d—day landings, making more of an income from the aspect of knife crime but also the which is coming up on the 6th of london in both uniform and in sport. i'm not sponsored at the causes of knife crime but what she june this summer. this is the work moment so i'm just waiting hopefully is in complete denial about is the have any idea at the moment. give me plainclothes. officers from the for that to unfold after this and
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fa ct is in complete denial about is the an opportunity to say actually i going on to build it and to make it get more of an opportunity to fund fact that losing over 21,000 police homicide teams are working around have come from what we call the gold and to sculpt it as you can see. it the clock to bring justice to officers off our streets, losing life really! i am on the brink of was unveiled today at media city families and to protect our group, i have spoken to the senior over £1 billion from children here in salford. we got our first communities. the increased police sorting it all out but i'm aiming to services, the decimation of services investigating officer, who is our chance to get a look at it. it is homicide and major command team. presence has made a difference, with work three days a week next year so believed to have been based on a officers conducting more than 2500 ican work three days a week next year so i can pay the bills and move on in has blea kly reduced services, the decimation of services has bleakly reduced the resilience they are focusing totally on a the sport. it is going to be all of verities and society as a whole stop and searches in the last three to prevent crime from happening in witness appeal, they are looking for fella who was the first man to be forensics, they are looking to days alone. right, isn't it. ijust wonder what killed on the d—day beaches when the the prime minister, speaking the first place —— completely. the to the bbc earlier in salisbury, is scary for you, is it a roomful of appeal to witnesses and they are allies stormed normandy back in denied claims that a fall in police fa ct of the first place —— completely. the fact of the matter is that we have also asking that locally on the numbers is to blame for the rise boys and girls who don't want to be 1944. just after he had taken out a taught physics or chemistry or a in fatal knife attacks. stadium full of people who are just german machine—gun post. the poses wanting you to perform in a way that reduced our police to an emergency night of the murder between the i recognise the concern that people haven't before? i love the that can only turn abaft the very are loosely based on that and the have about what we have seen in worst has happened and they have hours of 7pm and 11pm, there are terms of knife crime and the soldier actually has a dove of peace terrible attacks that have taken been completely prevented from place and our thoughts are with the putting that proactive community led adrenaline of the stadium, i love in his hand rather than a grade victims and their family and preventative policing in place to because the symbolism there is that the adrenaline of a championship friends. we have been acting as a performance and i think the bigger make sure that crime does not happen the allies stormed the beaches in the first place and all of that government. we have introduced the that stadium is, and especially when many people who have the dash cam hoping in so doing that they were serious violent strategy, the task the crowd is behind you like last has contributed together to the and potentially cctv. if you have bringing peace a little bit closer. got those, please come to us with force, the offensive weapons bill, night... when we first aware that massive contagion of youth violence now, the sculptures are called off that our country is now seeing. when that information. there is a contact number that you can call which is giving the police more powers. the the crowd is with you because they 0207... and for bradley, we will hear from in a home secretary will be meeting with number that you can call which is 0207. .. and for any number that you can call which is 0207... and for any witnesses who may be chanting for someone else, you say more proactive policing, wish to give that information chief constables later this week to you don't know. when are you aware what does that actually mean on the anonymously it is through moment but let's hear what he has to talk about this issue. this is it is you? you are wearing that something which is, yes, obviously streets ? what does that actually mean on the streets? what will people notice say. so here i have represented the thatis streets? what will people notice crimestoppers. my reaction that it there is a police response when a british vest and they are there as that is different? they will notice crime takes place but we also need soldier who died on pegasus bridge. british vest and they are there as they have not seen many officers on to address this across the causes of british supporters in glasgow at so what i'm trying to do is him on home championships so it is all they have not seen many officers on the street for the last nine years
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knife crime, white is that so many it is an ongoing investigation, it night. you even hear it when you are and asa the street for the last nine years and as a former special constable one knee almost throwing a dove of young people are carrying knives. a anywhere in the stadium, even when is being investigated by the we are in other areas, you can hear myself in lambeth in the homicide major crime quotes, i've lot of this is gang—related, some of the drugs are rated, but a wide metropolitan police, i know the not been given information. yeah, peace instead of a grenade. so he is absolute value of being out there in variety of issues that need to be when there are british athletes it on one knee over 4413 bullets addressed and that is what the just erupts. the stadium erupted for communities, building relationships, government is doing. police say a the pole vault before me and when gathering intelligence, we call it so... hotspot policing, and it has been not been given information. yeah, because he has the 4414th, which so... an increase in? there hasn't reduction in their numbers which proven evidentially to bring crime they announce your name it is a role down. if you only reduce the police happened on your watch as home for that. i'm just thinking of that secretary has contributed. to only turning up once something happened on your watch as home secretary has contributedm happened on your watch as home secretary has contributed. if you look at the figures, there is no medal around your neck, it is quite represents the amount of allied something. it is quite shiny! so has happened, they are fundamentally been an increase. let me just soldiers who died on d—day. represents the amount of allied direct correlation between certain removed from their first duty, which soldiers who died on d-day. this isn't the first high profiles work crimes and police numbers. what reassure the community. this is as i is to prevent crime from happening say an ongoing investigation, there this sculpture has done and today of matters is how we ensure that the what is the plan? what are you in the first place and the prime really aiming for now? the long-term is always speculation and rumours all days horribly significant too. police are responding to these minister spoke a good game but the amongst members of the community and it is interesting you say that criminal acts when they take place, focus on the focus always has been reality is she has not given one that raises more concerns about what because our main story on north west that people are brought to justice, speech on knife crime since she is going on. it is in the very early tonight my is the stabbing of one of but what also matters is that as a looking towards tokyo, tokyo 2020. government, that we look at the prime minister. the home secretary stages of the investigation, the police are appealing to the public. the two teenager stabbed to death that will hopefully be with dough over the weekend, a pupil of we work very closely with our issues that underpin and underlie heart along the way in the world denied any knowledge of a public the use of knives and we act on health approach being taken by the partners and we need to establish escarpment. there is no serious manchester grammar school. as you championships there. i would like to what happened and why it happened. say, his other work you people may those. that is a cross, to prose. it be in the final —— 22. doha. it is action, no brittle will, no united be most familiar with is this one, is not just about the those. that is a cross, to prose. it is notjust about the police, it is about the whole of government. it is mission from the government to bring down the horrific levels of youth the whole of government that is violence we are seeing on the the the angel of knife it was made responding. we can cross to birmingham street. at is what they want to push and to david jamieson we are working very closely with our the west midlands police the home secretary on today. there partners. we have our safer schools from, i don't know if we have any and crime commissioner. office rs partners. we have our safer schools officers in terms of what we do thank you forjoining us. anybody pictures of it but it was made from are issues such as the price of around the schools, we have local very busy teaching and training full reclaimed knives which were handed watching this is going to say it is patrols. this afternoon you can see
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time but hopefully having a drugs coming down, the involvement common—sense that if you put more of gangs, but if we talk about a numberof police on the streets, you are going part—time capacity time but hopefully having a pa rt—time capacity next police on the streets and i did not patrols. this afternoon you can see a number of officers here. we have in during an knife amnesty right time but hopefully having a part—time capacity next year i think that will allow me to do everything the violent crime task force who to reduce this sort of crime. is it have been deployed here to this across the country, thousands of as simple as that? first, i cannot i need to do to be in the best shape know you were a special constable, particular area. they will patrol them, which he shaped into an angel ican i need to do to be in the best shape i can possibly be. while you look how is it that if you are on the believe what i am hearing from the very lively for someone who has just and it was hugely spectacular. i streets, you spot someone who could harold hill and the romford area. i don't know the exact dimensions but prime minister, who was the be carrying a knife, what is it that architect of these cuts, saying that it must have been ten metres tall, run as faras very lively for someone who has just run as far as you have run. anyway, you as a police officer with years police officer numbers are not have local offices, so last friday it must have been ten metres tall, it was absolutely breathtaking to releva nt. police officer numbers are not relevant. we have lost a quarter of of experience will spot that most see it. i saw it outside liverpool prior to this we deployed three many congratulations. thank you very people don't? a lot of it will be our force relevant. we have lost a quarter of ourforce and much. i suspect we're going to be carriers, so each carrier has one cathedral, travelled around and went relevant. we have lost a quarter of our force and that means a chief is from intelligence, from communities. sergeant and six officers and they to all sorts of places around the not able to put the resource on the talking again some point. country. and as you say, simon, on a streets that it was really asleep. much. i suspect we're going to be talking again some pointi day when the home secretary has been much. i suspect we're going to be talking again some point. i hope so. that is the plan. really good to will patrol the east area. i can the reaction we need is what we are talking about an upsurge in knife doing in the midlands and through talk to you. thank you. you are crime it is poignant that this it is those relationships, gathering intelligence, knowing your beat, tell you that what we have done this sculptor is again in our the country, we are putting in place knowing when families have moved weekend is we have got some of our watching afternoon light. consciousness. going back to the tough policing, a birmingham wide the high court has upheld the ban soldiers of sacrifice, it was stop and search but as well as that, unveiled today at media city salford on publishing information revealing into an area that perhaps might be resources from across the boroughs the new identity ofjon venables, at risk themselves or might bring and we have got more visibility and it will be going to liverpool that only stems the flow of the who was one of two ten year old boys trouble, it is those relationships policing here in the community. tomorrow and then touring the problems for a while. and what we do convicted of murdering three year country ahead of that 75th with other agencies, social anniversary of d—day on the 6th of need to look out for as well are old james bulger in 1993. things like the services for youth services, housing, education, all of junein anniversary of d—day on the 6th of that has been made so much harder june in the summer this year. you we can talk to richard lister. tell and young people, from local us what is happening in court today. over the last nine years, we have authorities, that has been cut to mentioned, you are talking to carol seen fewer police officers and also almost nothing. we have to look for yes, a little bit of background, the huge cuts to local government as about the fells, you have been a diversionary work for those young again, these people are still out people, working with the schools, backin yes, a little bit of background, well. it might be things like you back in 2001 when and allow the officers, police yes, a little bit of background, back in 2001whenjon venables and another boy were convicted of there. what is your assurance of bit, she is talking about it officers and others, to do that good spot, things like people acting people in romford? we need to work oddly or behaving in a way that will tonight, it is right on the border work that they were doing previously murder, a ban it was put in place between our two regions and we would
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with our partners, notjust claim that you know, carol! dear oh when the numbers were higher in trigger your instinct, but you can people in romford? we need to work with our partners, not just with our local statutory partners but with dear! have you claimed it? i have only stop and search someone if you members of the community. we want to schools, diverting children away climbed it, we did it last year for from this type of truly dreadful banning their new identity so they have a reasonable belief they may be appeal to those who know that there could fade back into society without committing an offence or carrying an sport relief. we took a blind girl crime. but you are in essence saying the threat of violence against them. are young people carrying weapons to up, a visually impaired girl and it well some time on, the bulgerfamily give that information and was one of the most exhilarating and the finger is pointed very clearly offensive weapon. it is evidence and intelligence to the police so that intelligence that we have absolutely we can respond to it appropriately. humbling things to see. towards theresa may when she was was one of the most exhilarating and home secretary. i recall when she lost from the reduction in humbling things to seei was one of the most exhilarating and humbling things to see. i render the neighbourhood policing over the last story, yes, it was. we have both got nine years. and that will be your was home secretary, she went to the have challenge that verdict. jon any attack is one attacked too many one up on carol, that's the main police federation answered about ve na bles have challenge that verdict. jon message to theresa may this four years ago that the police were venables has twice been convicted of and yes of course it is worrying thing! i demand a right of reply! scaremongering. i was saying the afternoon. under the last labour because the fact is it is generally same thing at the time, that these young people who have been targeted. sorry, carol, out of time. lovely to cuts would eventually have child pornography offences and they in the last ten days have been a big government when we saw significant consequences. the consequences are argued that right is no longer with happening now. we have not been increases in street crime and him. it needs to be put into the teenage pregnancy and homelessness, challenge for us, we have seen some doing that good diversionary work see! tony blair took a grip on it and the police used to do some years public eye so they can be a proper ago, that is not happening in the debate about how the authorities convened across government “— have in their words fail to monitor same way that it was. but i think it departments and committees and set really horrible viole nt challenge for us, we have seen some and if you would like to see more on targets for bringing those down. i really horrible violent crimes but we are working robustly, not just is the cuts to other services as him properly. but after thejudge here and across the community but any of those stories you can access am not necessarily a fan of central across the whole of london. we have them via the bbc iplayer and a well. they are really showing. that increased our overtime, increased is at the heart of the problem. we government targets but i am a fan of and extended the shifts of a number reminder we go nationwide every had a few days to consider his of officers. we have had an increase weekday afternoon at 4:30pm here on the prime minister taking are how is at the heart of the problem. we in the numberof of officers. we have had an increase in the number of stop and search. are now reaping the harvest of the injunction, he decided that something like 2500 stop and search afternoon live. ultimately that challenge cannot responsibility for an unacceptable in the last few days so are working cuts to resources to police and stand. why, he said that while crisis on our streets and that is normally public and parliament very robustly. i would love to have other organisations that help divert should be able to debate important what she needs to do today. thank at least 23 people, children from crime and we are on some of them children, the situation we are today. you were matters relating to future policy on you very much for talking to us. have been killed in tornadoes which have swept through the us listening to theresa mayjust now. the government has denied it's she says this is a complex picture full disclosure of information about trying to bribe labour mps into supporting its brexit plans state of alabama.
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and it is down to gang violence, whatjon more officers but i have to work on the storms struck full disclosure of information about what jon venables is full disclosure of information about by announcing new funding for some in lee county causing ‘catastrophic‘ damage, whatjon venables is doing now, what he looks like, where he is living of england's most deprived areas. the basis of what i've got. it is according to the local sheriff. drugs. it is a very complex picture. more than £1.5 billion will be spent the national weather service has on helping to regenerate and soho. he says in this case it is not my responsibility to worry about recorded winds of up to 165 miles i think part of what has happened is towns over six years, what we have and haven't got. that simply not possible without with over half going to the north per hour and more of england and the midlands. is something for our chief officers than 20,000 homes are the drug prices have fallen, compromising jon venables's right to still without power. therefore some of the drug gangs labour say it's a desperate to be dealing with and the mayor mark lobel has the latest bid to get backing for have now tried to increase their be protected from violence. he says theresa may's brexit agreement and, you know, the mps to address lives and livelihoods swept away from mps representing territory, to keep their income up. leave—voting areas. on a sunday afternoon in alabama. we have got to face up our drugs that this injunction is basically a our political correspondent, that issue. of course i would like the local sheriff way of stopping him from preventing ben wright, reports. described the tornadoes policy, we have not examined this as if someone had taken a blade a death sentence. he cannot bury it from coastal towns such as blackpool properly and not had a grown—up, to the old industrial heartlands and just scraped the ground. to any great extent. that is the end more officers at all given times but sensible conversation about it. i of northern england, you can see why. of the battle as far as it goes for and cities such as stoke—on—trent, i work with the resources that i have had a report out for the last the government is promising more have got. we make the best of our is that your baby? year. we have been bringing in some now for these members of the bulger money for new infrastructure and training in struggling english resources, we deploy our offices of the methods —— measures about towns, where the vote intelligence led. we work on the in favour of brexit was high. basis of whether hotspots are and family. not james's mother who deploy offices those areas. at this drugs and we have seen some declined to take part in this improvements in the situation here. exercise but the advocate for the stage all i am aware of is we have that has got to be tackled. at those other members of the bulger family one family fled their neighbourhood drug gangs do use violent tactics who brought this case say he is from coastal towns such as blackpool two males and the investigation teams are working with that. no once the tornadoes struck. to the old industrial heartlands i was making a left of northern england, andi considering an appeal. up there around 38th, drug gangs do use violent tactics and i think partly what has happened descriptions at all at this stage and this whole area has infected other people in other that i'm aware of. i haven't spoken right here was... keith flint — and cities such as stoke—on—trent, people who are not involved with the lead singer with it's pretty much the pop group, the prodigy just gone, you know? drugs, they are using this as an — has died. the 49—year—old was found gone too, the roof from this bar. example of how you settle problems. by police at his home in essex this morning. some of the other things are just officers say they're not treating to the family, that is a matter that the death as suspicious. the prodigy had a series of uk top is being dealt with by the amazingly awful. just a young woman i think this really can make investigation team. they all have sat ina ten singles in the 1990s, and sold a difference and really help ensure amazingly awful. just a young woman sat in a park and somebodyjust family liaison officers, the i seen the trash swirling more than 20 million albums. that some communities that have not in the air, and i said, oh, routinely stabs her. that is felt that they have been office rs family liaison officers, the officers work very closely with social media tributes touched in the same way them. it is a very traumatic time no, that ain't good. difficult. that is problematic. and for those young people as well so to keith flint have been pouring in. by growth in the economy,
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i think the whole of society needs on prosperity, feel this hopefully we will get the best to examine itself and say, just what the sleaford mods tweeted and that we are ensuring that information from them as well. you that they were "very sad to hear all of our country can be confident just ask the question, we have of the passing of keith flint. the sudden nature of these as we look to the future. twisters frightened many. has driven some people to actually a 1.6 billion pot will be available it is now down to search—and—rescue do that? understanding the problem and most of that has been two... that is the only description teams to sift through what is left, good night mate, take it easy". allocated to areas already, a grim task with the death is one thing but the solution, if ed simons the three largest recipients that we have, yeah. anything else? of the chemical brothers said "oh of funds will be the theresa may is watching you now, north—west of england. what is a solution here? the gosh, so sad to hear there is brexit politics toll expected to rise. about keith flint, he was always in all of this. labour mps representing leave voting solution firstly is let's have great fun to be around and very kind constituencies such as stoke have medics are treating more resources for policing in those to tom and i when we first started been pushing hard for more than 40 people, doing shows together..great man." investment and the government 0k, we will pull away from that. areas where we have the biggest and a post from electronic is hoping it can persuade and of the nearly two dozen killed, music duo chase and status read: some of them to support challenges. some areas of the the prime minister's deal but today one is an eight—year—old. "absolutely devastated to hear that is an update into the stabbing the damage is significant. the tragic news that some of those labour mps said country do not have these challenges the legend keith flint the money promised was pathetic. and they have me when i grow more from the—prodigy has passed away. of 17—year—old jodie chesney in east our thoughts & condolences this is not going to answer i would put it into the category are with all his friends and family. london. we are expecting an of catastrophic resources than i have in the west we wouldn't be here the questions, not deal emergency question in the house of based on the destruction of with the domestic issues, midlands. fund some of the things we if it wasn't for keith why people voted for brexit commons about these latest happenings as well. we will take the homes we have seen. are doing on drugs. you're looking and the life changing music in the first place, why they voted they made and championed. to leave the european union. over as soon as that we still have some people that our entertainment gets under way. good diversionary work, that will correspondent lizo mzimba is here. this does not help anyone. are reported missing, we have not affect the drug gangs in the market he was described as a singer but he it is like she has realised keith flint, the lead identified all of the that they have. look at school was the front man front man wasn't a problem, here you are, singer with the pop group the prodigy has died. fatalities at this point. a? he wasn't always that of course. here are some scraps to try the 49—year—old was found by police commuters cautiously squeezed past exclusions, in the west midlands and he started off as a dancer with the at his home in essex this morning. this mobile—phone mast i think it is true and the rest of and fix it. officers say they're not treating on a popular highway, and thousands prodigy and then he came to the the death as suspicious. the country, many of those young the prodigy had a series of uk top forefront with firestarter, that last month, this labour mp have been left without power. people who are getting involved, asked for more investment ten singles in the 1990s, and sold perpetrating in these crimes have huge hit from the late 1990s. and in leave voting areas. it's been reported more than 20 million albums. what he really did was dance music his band—mate liam howlett, been excluded from school. we have has said he was ‘shellshocked two tornadoes and heartbroken'. was really often about djs and hit lee county back—to—back do have proper diversionary activity we have never had our fair share. within the span of an hour. for those, other types of schooling, producers behind the scenes. he gave carl loben, the editor—in—chief this was the first. some schools are just off rolling it to focus, and individual front a path of destruction at dj mag is here. half a mile wide man as you say who people could with winds of up to 165 mph children to massage their results. the money that should have come our really look at and see performing. tore apart areas close
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way have always come to the big that sense of shock actually has that is a national scandal. that has and it was those frenetic cities. it is important that it is been reflected across social media to the state's capital. got to stop and the government could pointed in that direction. right now. it has indeed, the whole do some action now actually fining performances, he was instantly this week and next will recognisable with the fluorescent be hugely important. at least a dozen tornadoes the governor does trying music industry is very upset to read touched down notjust in alabama, hair, the tattoos, the body piercing to negotiate changes those schools that are just off to the withdrawal agreement that it this news this morning. for the fact but in neighbouring georgia, on sunday afternoon, and he was really in a sense the hopes can overturn according to the national rolling their children. they opposition in parliament. immediately fall into the hands of first front man to really come to a vote on the deal is promised the drug gangs and get themselves that keith has been such an iconic the forefront for electronic dance by next tuesday and if that does not character in the industry for the weather service. music bands. and he brought a punk pass, then mps will have a chance past 30 years, for him to have taken into violence. that must stop and to delay brexit. she could do something today about sensibility to it if you like. he the task facing the his life, which is band—mate liam government is daunting. although twisters are common here that. thank you very much for your brought it massively into the january saw the biggest ever defeat this occurred ahead of the howlett has confirmed is what mainstream. number one singles and for a government when its brexit traditional peak season for them and millions of albums. lots of people happened, is a real sad shock to time. deal was thrown out. is the same system expected to bring hear. it is this image and we are some breaking news, this is coming winter weather too much of the found him quite scary and he was eastern united states this week. from the high court, the father and looking at it now that shocked many banned from before nine o'clock on but became very much the band's, uncle of the murdered youngster residents have been warned of more more than 100 tories rebelled. and it will require much more extreme weather to come as they james bolger, have lost a high court than some cash for labour some music stations because children well, it was their identity wasn't search for survivors continues. bid to have information about the constituencies to turn those numbers it? i mean, keith kind of grew into killer, john venables, made public. mark lobel, bbc news. we re around. that cyberpunk shocking image some music stations because children were scared of him. hit the music the high court upholding the and on was provocative and he could be character from when the band our chief political provocative in the way that he correspondent, vicki young, actually started he was just a now, maryam is here bringing us all avoiding publishing the identity of looked but it is hard to is in westminster. the latest business news in a overestimate the influence that the dancer. he brought a lot of energy prodigy and keith in particular had on taking electronic dance music and bringing it massively into the to the onstage performance but he moment. john venables, the injunction had mainstream to millions and millions of music fans, not just didn't really, he didn't do any after two 17—year—olds become the mainstream to millions and millions of music fans, notjust in the uk of course, the background to all of vocals for quite a few years. they latest victims been challenged by members of the but around the world. and though of a series of fatal stabbings, have had a number one album before the met police say their peak was probably in the late this is the ticking clock. it is the it's their top priority. claims of a brexit bribe — timing of this. theresa may bulgerfamily. 19905 their peak was probably in the late 1990s they were still going strong. co nsta ntly refers keith did any vocals on a track so as the government announces timing of this. theresa may constantly refers back to that £1.6 billion for deprived
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emily evi is of course the daughter speech she made when she became he grew perhaps late into that kind towns in england. at least 23 people are dead — prime minister talking about the of the founder of the glastonbury of cyberpunk image but then embrace and there's "catastrophic damage" — burning injustices that she wanted after tornadoes hit alabama festival tweeted earlier about them to fix, making the economy work for it wholeheartedly. they broke into in the united states. being the first electronic dance the mainstream to the surprise of everyone, but that was almost three here's your business band to really headline glastonbury some, particularly given some music yea rs everyone, but that was almost three years ago. there will of course be stations wouldn't play them before headlines on afternoon live. activity in the uk labour mps saying, it has taken you 9pm because some children were construction sector dropped backin band to really headline glastonbury back in 1997 and in fact they had for the first time in almost lawyers had argued certain details all this time and now you are coming rather frightened by him. 9pm because some children were a year last month. been booked to appear at this year's up all this time and now you are coming rather frightened by himi 9pm because some children were brexit uncertainty and a slow up with some money, it is not that rather frightened by him. i mean, housing market delayed new building projects. about the killer and his life are glastonbury festival in 2019. so much over six or seven years, part when the firestarter video was on the level of activity was below still a band with an incredible what many economists predicted. of the problem is that theresa may top of the pops, he did apparently they had been expecting common knowledge and easily amount of influence and lots to say accessible online and as a result, and this plan means that she has scare some children so there was a they felt they had a case to ask for and in regarded incredibly highly a very slight increase. and in regarded incredibly highly and that is reflected in the irritated her own side, some bit of controversy around that and conservatives in the south—west of later singles that the prodigy were england which has very many deprived some car buyers are being involved with as well but that was overcharged by more than £1,000 it not to cover that sort of tributes we have seen coming in on when they take out a loan to buy areas and they are not getting very information. well, the order has much, compared to other areas in the just the nature of who he was in his a car, according to the uk's social media and around the world. been upheld at the high court, so onstage performer, a provocateur. financial watchdog. and all of the mention in this north, which are represented mainly you say onstage persona, he wasn't the financial conduct authority said particular energy of the man. that by labour mps. north, which are represented mainly by labourmps. i north, which are represented mainly by labour mps. i think there is a the industry practice of allowing the relatives of james bulger have is what really brought it home. he wider issue about whether this dealers to set their own interest lost that case. we will bring you was just this whirling dervish, a rates was costing money, even though of course there like that in private? it is a fairly consumers £300m a year. but the finance and more from the high court very aggressive look, isn't it?i leasing association said passionate lyric delivering real are money, even though of course there a re lots of money, even though of course there are lots of mps saying their vote is the survey was "based largely not up for like that in private? it is a fairly aggressive look, isn't it? i mean come on stage he was this madcap, shortly. are lots of mps saying their vote is not upforgrabs are lots of mps saying their vote is not up for grabs or upon sale, they on out—of—date information". the government has denied it's energy and of course that incredibly will not be bribed by this, but trying to bribe labour mps the owner of giraffe into supporting its brexit plans that, together with a move on charismatic punk instigator as the and ed's easy diner is to close 27 by announcing new funding for some restaurants putting hundreds recognisable figure with the hair, song would have it. in private he of england's most deprived areas. employment rights, putting into law ofjobs at risk. more than £1.5 billion will be spent may be that the uk would stick to was the opposite, he was a pussy on helping to regenerate the tattoos, the body piercing. so boparan restaurant group says towns over six years, any new laws that come from the eu, cat, really kind and gentle and you couldn't mistake him for anybody the brands will enter a company with over half going to the north even once we have left, that plus loved by all his friends, family and voluntary arrangement and close of england and the midlands. else. and he really personified what almost a third of labour say it's a desperate their 87 restaurants. bid to get backing for the fact that lots of those labour bandmates. which will make his death
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theresa may's brexit agreement from mps representing so many musicians were trying to say the more shocking because presumably leave—voting areas. with music in the 1990s and what mps and brexit leaning our political correspondent, constituencies are very much against his friends, others, will have known the idea of a second referendum, that there was that side to him? his people didn't realise they wanted to female virgin cabin crew will have say until they had seen the prodigy which the labour party lady sheet —— ben wright, reports. thought yes, that is exactly it. he friends obviously knew he was a very leadership seems to be moving partly kind, thoughtful character. and on more freedom from now on? tapped into the feelings of a generation. thank you very much. towards. that could move to them the face of it i guess why it seems yes, so virgin atlantic have sent from coastal times such as blackpool out press release saying that from abstaining. nothing is guaranteed. even more of a tragedy is because on now on female cabin crew will be to the old industrial heartlands of theresa may has the face of it he had everything visited salisbury — allowed to not wear make—up if they northern england, and cities such as declaring the city as "open going for him. the band werejust for business" — one year the government would point out this so choose and also be allowed to stoke—on—trent, the government is on from the nerve agent attack that money is going to be made available, about to embark on american tour, promising more money for new contaminated several locations. wear trousers. they already are whether brexit happens or not. that they were going to play glastonbury allowed to wear trousers but at the the prime minister visited local businesses, infrastructure and training in 12 months after former russian spy is actually not part of this. that moment you have to specially request sergei skripal and his daughter again. he had money, fame, struggling english towns, where the trousers. so they will be able to vote in favour of brexit was high. yulia were targeted is actually not part of this. that is their defence to all of this, adulation, and yet still he took his with the nerve agent novichok. get trousers as part of their struggling english towns, where the vote in favour of brexit was highlj earlier today, a tweet saying it is not conditional on own life. so i would urge anybody uniform without naturally having to think this really can make a from the official no.10 downing street twitter account incorrectly these mps deciding to back theresa ask for them. so look at this difference and really help ensure used a picture of bath that some communities that have not for a statement on salisbury — who does have suicidal thoughts or picture here, we have three female mrs may addressed the mistake may. that is certainly the case. but felt that they have been touched in is very depressed to call one of the cabin crew wearing make up and the same way by growth in the when speaking to reporters. agencies such as some samaritans. labourmps, ithink may. that is certainly the case. but labour mps, i think some of them skirts. however, this begs the economy, on prosperity, feel this mightfind it labour mps, i think some of them might find it harder to back her, 0k, call, it is good have you to and that we are ensuring that all of this having happened this week. all this was an error which has now been come and talk to us. i'm going to question of whether cabin crew will our country can be confident as we look to the future. a1 6p hot will rectified. what i have seen today eyes now on next tuesday. it seems actually turn up to work without very unlikely that the so—called ta ke come and talk to us. i'm going to make up. considering the make up you here in salisbury is the tremendous take you to sajid javid who is taken wear, simon, what do you think? be available and most of that has spirit and resolve of the people of meaningful vote in the house of question on knife crime. i'm sure i been allocated to areas already, the salisbury. it has been a difficult commons on whatever changes theresa well, i can't say what... he looks speakfor the may manages to get to that question on knife crime. i'm sure i speak for the whole house when i withdrawal agreement, that looks express my deepest condolences to lovely, yeah. the families and their loved ones. three largest recipients of funds yearfor very likely to happen next week and to young lives tragically lost. they will be the north—west of england. all eyes are on geoffrey cox and
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salisbury. it has been a difficult year for them salisbury. it has been a difficult are the latest victims in a cycle of yearfor them and according to official gov there is brexit politics in all of salisbury. it has been a difficult stephen barclay, the brexit figures on gender pay gap — secretary, returning to brussels census violence that is robin young womens median hourly rate is nearly people of their lives right across 30% less than mens this. labour mps representing lever year for them and particularly tomorrow to try and get some kind of this country. there is no hiding at virgin atlantic. voting constituencies such as stoke have been pushing hard for more change to that backstop. it does from this speaker. serious violence difficult for the immediate victims is on the rise, communities have seem that the idea of a time limit i wonder whether the women at virgin investment and the is hoping it can of the reckless attack that took ora persuade some of them to support the place on the streets of salisbury. seem that the idea of a time limit or a unilateral exit mechanism is not going to be what they come back been torn apart and families are atla ntic i wonder whether the women at virgin atlantic would rather have a pay prime minister's deal but today some the use of a chemical weapon, a rise do not be allowed to wear nerve agent on our streets. we have losing their children. last year, of those labour mps said the money been supporting salisbury, salisbury with. what they will come back with, make—up, what you think? you are not the message they have given to me promised was pathetic. this is not 726 people were murdered in the uk, todayis the message they have given to me today is this is a city that is saying anything at all, are you? going to answer the questions, not vibrant, it is dynamic, it is a some legally binding words, whether 285 of those with a knife or bladed deal with the domestic issues, why that will be enough to persuade unusually, i'm staying quiet. in wonderful place to come and visit. i am here in the cathedral that is a dozens and dozens of mps to change weapon. that is the highest since people voted for brexit in the first place, why they voted to leave the great attraction, wonderful things to come and see, salisbury is open their mind, otherwise as we know records began. mr speaker, after the european union. this is —— this does for business. that was theresa may. next week the commons could seize some ways it has been a good day for control of the process themselves. horror of this weekend, i welcome not help anyone. it is like she has after 217—year—olds become the latest victims of fatal stabbing is, the chance to come to this house and the market include feeling positive realised a problem, you are, here you're watching afternoon live. the met police say it is their top these are our headlines: address this issue. we all wish that are some scraps to try and fix it. priority. claims of a brexit bribe there was one thing, just one, that about the likelihood of a deal after two 17 year olds between china and the us trade. become the latest victims we could do to stop this violence of a series of fatal stabbings, last month, this labour mp asked for is the government announces millions the met police say but there are no short cuts, there of pounds for deprived towns in it's their top priority. alpesh patel ceo of northern england. catastrophic is no one single solution. tackling more investment in lever voting claims of a brexit bribe — praefinium partners. areas. we have never had our fair serious violence requires as the government announces damage as tornadoes hit alabama in 1.6 billion pounds for coordinated action on multiple i'm actually a white bloke and i put share. it is important that it is the united states. deprived towns in england. fronts. first we need a strong law quite a bit of make—up on and that pointed in that direction. this week at least 23 people are dead — is why i have browned up. you can't here's your business enforcement response. this includes and next will be hugely important. headlines on afternoon live and there's "catastrophic damage" — say that! he just did. the governor does trying to after tornadoes hit alabama the offensive weapons bill currently activity in the uk negotiate changes to the withdrawal construction sector dropped for the first time in almost before parliament that will is why i have browned up. you can't say that! hejust did. so, moving introduce new offences to help
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agreement that it hopes can overturn a year last month. in the united states. tackle knife crime. we also need to very swiftly on, let's talk about brexit uncertainty and a slow proposition —— opposition in housing market delayed parliament. a vote on the deal is new building projects. and farewell to a footballing icon. give police the confidence to use the markets because in terms of the level of activity was below promised by next tuesday and if that what many economists predicted. existing laws such as stop and market movement we have seen the they had been expecting the funeral of gordon banks takes markets rising in some areas, in does not pass, then mps will have a search. second, we must intervene place in stoke. early to stop young people from a very slight increase. others not so much though. the usa chance to delay brexit. the task becoming involved in crime. we have and a bit of a dip at the end of the facing the government is daunting. some car buyers are being amended the bill to introduce knife overcharged by more than £1,000 when they take out a loan to buy crime prevention orders, which will help prevent young people from a car — according to the uk's financial watchdog. manchester united's alexis sanchez the financial conduct authority said could be out for a month with knee carrying knives. alongside our £200 day. yes, you know this china thing the industry practice of allowing is really what the markets are january saw the biggest ever defeat dealers to set their own interest ligament damage sustained on million youth endowment fund, the 22 focused on at the moment and if you for a government when its brexit rates was costing saturday against southampton. consumers £300m a year. wa nt to focused on at the moment and if you want to see where us policy is on dealers thrown out. more than 100 but the finance and million youth endowment fund, the 22 million early intervention youth any of these things you just need to leasing association said the survey was "based largely fund has already funded 29 projects follow the official twitter account tories rebelled. and it will require of the president. what if that is saying at the moment is certainly in much more than some cash for labour and former world heavyweight endorsed by police and crime relation to oil, he is getting a bit constituencies to turn those numbers on out—of—date information". champion frank bruno is recovering commissioners. third, we must ensure annoyed now with the saudi arabians after being treated in hospital for that the police have the resources because he thinks that it might has pneumonia. his agent said he now to combat serious violence. i am around. is this money welcome? some risen too high and it might hamper the owner of giraffe raising police funding to record growth and doing away with all his needs a few weeks' rest. and ed's easy diner is to close 27 levels next year. up to £970 million restaurants putting hundreds i will be back with more on all ofjobs at risk. amazing, great work that he has been boparan restaurant group says those stories at 3:30pm. the brands will enter a company more, including council tax. and on doing with china. amazing, great voluntary arrangement and close money is always welcome, given that almost a third of work is his words, not mine. i'm we have had nine years of really their 87 restaurants. wednesday i will meet with chief deep and damaging cuts in towns like the high court has upheld the ban co nsta bles wednesday i will meet with chief constables to listen to their scared to ask you this but the boss on publishing information mine, but it is not the game changer revealing the new identity experiences and requirements. fourth, we must be clear on how ofjon venables, who was convicted that the government seems to think of murdering two year old james bulger in 1993. changing patterns of drug misuse that the government seems to think venables was 10—years—old of ted baker has quit. some say this that it is. 1.6 billion sounds like chinese telecoms when he and robert thompson abducted fuelling the rise in violent crime. and killed the toddler. a lot of money but when it became giant huawei is fighting no information can be published
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about their current identities, i launch the independent drug will allow ted baker to start apparent that this is spread over back. after they were released from detention in 2001. misuse... in response to this. and the next six or seven years, you are the ruling had been challenged fifth, we need all parts of the reports in the news that it is now by members of the bulger family, afresh. the ten acre share price has talking about £40 million for all of who argued that venables should no longer be given anonymity the north west towns, when my own set to sue the united states on the after he was twice convicted gone nowhere in recent years, it is ban of its telecoms equipment. that of possessing child abuse images. counsel in wigan. .. sorry, public sector to prioritise tackling comes at the same time that it's richard lister sent this update not the worst, you look at something like hugo boss or burberry and they chief financial officer, instantly serious violence and that is why i the north west towns, when my own counsel in wigan... sorry, where did have not done as well as ted baker. you get that figure from? will very shortly be launching a if you think this is a turning the daughter of the founder of yy is from the high court. consultation on a new statutory because the north west is being point, i'm not saying it is, they public health duty to combat violent crime and to help protect young did have £63 million in profit, for set to... she was arrested when she allocated to hundred and £81 million people. mr speaker, we must all a retailer that is not bad, last backin in total, according to the press back in 2001, whenjon venables and year. if you think this is the robert thompson turned 18, a acknowledge that this is an issue release. the communities secretary was in vancouver on suspicion of turning point then you are going to that transcends party lines, get a 50% return if their share this morning confirmed that is worldwide injunction was put in place, banning the publication of price returns to where it was in between now and 2026. when you look fraud and breaching us sanctions. politics can be divisive but if she is still there and her their new identities, so that they there was ever an issue to unite our 2016. 50% return, maybe it will take extradition i am hearing is set for could basically fade back into at how much money we are getting public society with the —— without another two or three years to get each year, it is £40 million for all quite soon but she says now, her effo rts there was ever an issue to unite our efforts and inspire us to stand together then surely this is it. back to where it was, that is not a legal team say she is fighting back the threat of violence against them. of the north west towns, when my own bad return. and given their recent now some members of the bulger and suing the canadiens for wrongful profits this may well be the turning family challenge that order as it point they need. finally, the church wigan council has had £134 million arrest. let's talk this all through thank you very much, mr speaker, for applied to jon venables family challenge that order as it applied tojon venables because they of england has come out today trying cut vote to if its budget since say he has twice been convicted granting today's urgent question. now. michelle, remind us about the since then of offences to do with to encourage people into more 2010. it is not even make a dent in today, the house is united in grief huawai story because she was child pawn graffiti and they say he ethical investing. what you make of and shock at the tragic toll of the the cuts we have seen so far. no longer deserves the right of that past couple of weeks, adding to the that? not just ethical investing. what you make of that? notjust ethical investing, they said they want to see companies arrested on what charges and why? and what do you think is behind this anonymity order as he goes about his hundreds of children murdered in our with more women on their boards and communities of the last year. in after a ll with more women on their boards and after all the queen is the head of she was detained and it all has to birmingham, of the space ofjust 12 offer? the timing is deeply daily life. they say also the... but frustrating because i think to most the church of england. however, i do with whether she essentially days, three teenage boys have lost would make a plea, maryam, what
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people out there in the country, misled the us government but also their life. two of them both 16 this looks like quite a cynical about ethnic minorities? can you manoeuvre. i have been clear with the us banks in terms of huawai's believe that of the all the ftse100 the prime ministerfrom day one manoeuvre. i have been clear with the prime minister from day one that after the arguments were put to him, years old. another 18 years old. on my vote is not for sale. there is no thejudge had a few... ultimately friday, jody szczesny killed in a point trying to persuade me to vote relationships with two subsidiary board seats, only 84 are filled by companies that may or may not have knife attack in an east london park had business dealings with iran. the as she played music with her ethnic minorities. 0k, for a brexit deal by building me a that challenge cannot stand. the friends. —— jodie szczesny. it adds new sports centre in wigan when the us has dozen sanctions imposed on judge said he accepts that normally iran so that would have had board seats, only 84 are filled by ethnic minorities. ok, that is given future trading relationships have an ethic minority publish in uk 14%, not been determined that will implications for huawai and the public and parliament should be certainly for an american bank that able to debate imported matters thatis toa an ethic minority publish in uk 14%, that is like you and i people like guarantee whether jobs can was doing business with huawai. she friends. —— jodie szczesny. it adds to a 93% rise in the number of young relating to future policy... in this us, black or brown or yellow not been determined that will people been stabbed since 2012. the guarantee whetherjobs can —— was doing business with huawai. she was arrested in vancouver where she surviving my constituency. i have senseless murders are a national whatever colour other than whites big numbers of manufacturing jobs in was arrested in vancouver where she was later detained. the canadiens tragedy, a national tragedy which would be unequally and unfairly must cause us to reflect on how the represented. so as well as women we my constituency and unless we are in case, it is simply not possible promise that these young boys and could perhaps make a plea and a cry a customs union and have access to without compromising venables‘ right girls represent could so senselessly to the church of england to beat formally started the extradition white saviour and have ethnic the single market, thosejobs a customs union and have access to the single market, those jobs won't proceedings. we are expecting a to be protected from serious be extinguished. but it must also be survive. money is welcome but that minorities on board whilst there in violence. he says in this report a cause for action. one life lost in is not in return for a vote. my vote hearing on wednesday in which you the business of doing good. right, that the injunction is to stop him is not in return for a vote. my vote is not in return for a vote. my vote is not for sale. the prime minister an act of violence is one too many. will get an extradition court date. but it is worth pointing out that facing a death sentence and for that one mother who will never see her reason he simply cannae —— cannot so let's move on, simon. arriving and government will say this is not son or daughter again is one too these proceedings can take months if and government will say this is not not years. also, huawai says it is va ry reason he simply cannae —— cannot vary it to any great extent. that is many. it is a national crisis and it the end of the battle as far as it a subject regarding brexit, it will goes for now. the advocate for the requires national leadership from rhyming and have the argument about happen whatever happens with brexit. if it marks the start of a fighting back. it is going to be the prime minister and the home the carrier in france. suing the us for the ban on its secretary to provide whatever recognition that our towns have been telecoms equipment. the us
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support is necessary to help the ignored and overlooked, disrespected other members of the bulger family government is trying to put pressure police investigate and fight this the ftse has closed up very by successive national governments on huawai in a number of ways. we outbreak and to provide communities say they are considering an appeal. for decades, if it marks the start slightly. as a city of early run, have just been talking about 22. it and services with whatever resources of that understanding and a proper thousands of people lined are necessary to protect our investors are looking to the us and the streets of stoke for the funeral dialogue about how we devolve not just long—term investment but also of the former england goalkeeper, gordon banks. china. reports on the news that they the world cup winner died last increasingly vulnerable young could be a trade deal between the people. so can i put the following two countries. i'm going to be back greater powers to our towns, that month at the age of 81. questions to the home secretary? will be hugely welcome. but i am the service is being tomorrow, i hope! isuspect you held at stoke minster, on the 47th anniversary backin questions to the home secretary? back in 2000, the then prime spec —— sceptical because today the considers 23 national security of stoke city's league cup win. minister tony blair took the threats that they've been going out two countries. i'm going to be back tomorrow, i hope! i suspect you and football stars past and present decision to activate the emergency i have both summit meeting. you go government said local enterprise have been paying tribute cobra committee and set a target for partnerships will be responsible for to the former england footballer. bringing the violent street crime first, i'll follow! ithink handing out this many of these are among those paying tribute talking to foreign governments but was england's1966 hat trick that at peak then under control. we i have both summit meeting. you go first, i'll follow! i think that will be right. maryam, thanks very groups of business leaders who don't also directing federal agencies here hero sir geoff hurst. have a good track record at all in not to bite huawai equipment. there here he is speaking must seek similar leadership today much. you are watching afternoon are media reports suggesting that addressing the needs of our towns, the chinese authorities are from our prime minister. so will she they tend to get stuck in cities, about his teammate. preparing a lawsuit against the us step up and convene a crisis summit live. and that is really what built this a very sad day. one of the greats in backed with emergency funding? can prince harry has opened a memorial road to brexit in the first place, government. what you're saying is the home secretary confirmed that in birmingham to the 31 british the fact that we have had a city this is going to take this week and victims of islamist terror attacks this coordinated response by the in tunisia in 2015. centric model of growth that has not company to what it perceives as a if not why not? and underpinning the 30 holidaymakers died after a gunman delivered for our towns and if the his profession. it is always a ran amok in the popular privilege when you come across in holiday resort of sousse, government has not yet learnt that and another was killed in an attack lesson yet, i am not sure they will cross government effort that he mentioned has to be a public health threat from the us government. we your profession the best, either at the bardo museum in tunis learn it at all. thank you so much with or against, and it has been a earlier the same year. approach to tackle the root causes sima kotecha reports. privilege for me, so just a very sad for your time. of violence. this is something we nestled among trees in one of birmingham's busiest parks, it's to remember those who died the funeral of the former england day. and as a man, a human being, thought the government favoured too. in the bardo museum attack goalkeeper, gordon banks, and the sousse terror attack. is underway, with thousands lining encompassing looking at youth the streets of stoke describe what sort of man gordon and football stars past and present paying tribute. are hearing about these lawsuits. banks was gushing mark he was a services, school exclusions, both happened in tunisia in 2015. the world cup winner died last recently we have seen the ceo of the housing, social services, mental month at the age of 81. company do a couple of media superstar on the field but the health and health as a whole. it was
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appearances talking to our own beauty of him was off the field, he the service is being reporter in singapore. so this is a held at stoke minster, therefore shocking to hear the the sculpture is on the 47th anniversary company that is trying to fight back was an ordinary guy. we are very titled infinite wave. and is not going to take these comments made by the health it's made up of 31 individual of stoke city's league cup win. streams, each representing a british charges lying down. of course we secretary this morning on lbc when john mcmanus is in stoke now. have also got the chinese government national who died in the attacks. getting involved. official saying fortu nate, he didn't appear to know that this the families of those killed that the way that the us was was an ordinary guy. we are very were involved in its design. interpreting the security laws was fortunate, we had some superstars was the approach adopted by his own suzanne richards lost his son, that it was saint can request... but like banksy, who off the field were father and brother in just ordinary guys. he joked all the government and criticised the mayor the attack in sousse. not a huge surprise, but a massive the us government is misinterpreting time. every time i met him over 50 of london sadik khan for using that law and it is operating under turnout. exactly, we have seen many double standards. michelle, as this yea rs, time. every time i met him over 50 years, he always came up with a new public health terminology. so can famous faces arriving for the joke. and that is the thing that service which began at 1:30pm. most bruise in the background, we are sticks in your mind. the home secretary confirm if the public health approach to tackling it's beautiful, it's a permanent of the current day stoke city squad, hearing reports of the chinese in knife crime has been discussed at the us may be close to a deer on fixture that's going to be cabinet? what had action has been both of the charlton brothers, sir at least 23 people, here even when we've gone. their trade dispute. i can't repeat some of them children, agreed as a result of this cross geoff hurst of course, who has been how many times we have been here have been killed in tornadoes which have swept through the us governmental approach and how are giving a tribute in the service before but tell me this time it is the department of health supporting and it makes everyone come state of alabama. different. i know, it is on, it is. it? he is further committed to to canon hill park and look and read itself, and also of course many and understand what happened that the storms struck ordinary people, many stoke city in lee county causing further legislation to underpin that day and how horrific it was, fa ns ordinary people, many stoke city a p pa re ntly ‘catastrophic‘ damage, fans but also people from the city different. i know, it is on, it is. apparently it is back on again. i according to the local sheriff. public health approach. when exactly and it'sjust a lovely think part of the pressure is that the national weather service has dedication for them. who took this sheffield lad to their pa rt recorded winds of up to 165 miles will not be brought forward? think part of the pressure is that part of the deadline of march the per hour and more than twenty owen, her other son, 1st when the us initially was going finally, we cannot pretend that cuts survived the shooting. hearts. despite his international thousand homes are to policing have not made our fame, he was a member of the england to reintroduce these higher tariffs, still without power. it's not something which i'm mark lobel has the latest. or introduce these higher tariffs, lives and livelihoods swept away country less safe. sadly, the prime world cup squad is a 1960s six and on a sunday afternoon in alabama. going to forget about tomorrow, then that was pushed back and there ministerand country less safe. sadly, the prime minister and other members of her the local sheriff described the tornadoes it's something which is going to be 1970, that famous save against la in was talk of a summit at the end of as if someone had taken a blade cabinet continue to deny this and just scraped the ground. crucial link. in the coming weeks, with me for the rest of my life, the month and i think it got the 1970 world cup, all of that, you can see why. police will have the heavy it's going to be with everyone. negotiators rushing to try and have but more importantly, yes, but also the fact he was an some deal ready by then for when the responsibility of running it's the three people who should be is that your baby? investigations into young lives lost in my life every day aren't and bringing perpetrators to here right now, and that's
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justice. the funding settlement that obviously what makes a bigger two lea d e rs we voted on last month is completely some deal ready by then for when the two leaders potentially meet in florida. this isn't confirmed yet ordinary man, and many have told us but suggestions they are zeroing in one family fled their neighbourhood effect on your life. this morning, you would see him ona but suggestions they are zeroing in on a deal. what is interesting in inadequate to allow them to do this. around the city and he was a all of this is that they had been once the tornadoes struck. the duke of sussex came here today friendly man who never forgot where especially for those forces are to unveil the memorial and to take he came from. that is why so many concerned at the trade talks may be i was making a left hardest hit by violent crime. so ordinary people have turned out derailed by what is happening with up there around 38th, and this whole area part in what's being called huawai and that hasn't been the right here was... it's pretty much will he urgently reviewed the a dedication ceremony. alongside the famous faces from the case. if anything that has been a funding settlement to ensure that the attacks took place world of football. there has also very different case in canada where those forces who have seen the just gone, you know? almost four years ago. been a ten mile route for the you have got to canadian nationals biggest increases in violent crime funeral quotation this morning which who have been detained shortly after gone too, the roof from this bar. are given whatever they need to the sculpture has the names of the happened before it arrived here. in the trash swirling in the air, victims inscribed into each stream. meng wanzhou fight this outbreak? mr speaker, that was to allow people to pay who have been detained shortly after meng wa nzhou was who have been detained shortly after meng wanzhou was detained in canada. it's hoped its presence this country is facing a crisis. it in the bustling park the chinese now also outlining the will keep their memories alive lectures around the city. around and i said, oh, no, thatain't good. is time for leadership from our for years to come. sima kotecha, bbc news, birmingham. 2000 people are at the stoke city prime minister and details of the case against them. it is time for leadership from our prime ministerand our is time for leadership from our prime minister and our home secretary, for clear action and ground this afternoon watching the service going on behind me live on is not clear if it is unrelated or united vision from all arms of tv screens. related but it would seem so. when that's it government and for emergency funding politics and business collide. thank the sudden nature of from your afternoon live team for the police and prevention for today, next the bbc news at five programmes to keep our children with clive myrie. time for a look at the weather... you very much. shall we have a look the twisters frightened many. safe. warm words are no longer here's louise lear. it is now down to search—and—rescue enough. mr speaker, can i thank the teams to sift through what is left, at least 23 people, some of them children, a grim task with the death have been killed in tornadoes honourable lady for her questions which have swept through the us at the markets? i have a feeling of toll expected to rise. state of alabama. medics are treating more and she started quite correctly hello there, sunday's storm freya than 40 people, deja vu. we have been there so many and of the nearly two dozen killed, talking about how this house is may have moved over to scandinavia the storms struck united in this grief with all the in lee county causing one is an eight—year—old. now but it has left a few showers in ‘catastrophic‘ damage, according to the local sheriff. times before but this is what we the national weather service has have to base what we know one, these the damage is significant. its wake. you can see them across i would put it into the category deaths that we have seen, physically recorded winds of up to 165 miles of catastrophic per hour and more than twenty reports so far. countrywide it has of young people, notjust in recent uk. they will continue for the rest thousand homes are based on the destruction of
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still without power. revealed that it has been hit by the homes we have seen. days but if we look back over the of the day. clear skies elsewhere, mark lobel has the latest we still have some people that are reported missing, we have not last number of years and how we have thatis of the day. clear skies elsewhere, that is where the best of the £215,000 fine by the hmrc. it is all identified all of the seen an increase in these tragic sunshine is in eastern areas. as we fatalities at this point. pa rt £215,000 fine by the hmrc. it is all part of a suite by hmrc cracking i can say that at this time we have go through the night time period we down on money—laundering in the crimes. how it is dividing still run the risk mostly those 14 confirmed fatalities. communities and causing pain for so showers out the west, northern lives and livelihood swept away on property sector. the rest many people. she asked me three sunday afternoon in alabama. the commuters cautiously squeezed past local sheriff described the of the markets looking strong. i this mobile—phone mast questions. first of all, this is a tornadoes as if someone had taken a will be back in and hour with more. on a popular highway, and thousands ireland into northern england and have been left without power. south—west scotland. as temperatures blade and just scrape the ground, it's been reported you can see why. two tornadoes hit lee county back—to—back huge priority across government and are likely to fall away, actually thousands of people have within the span of an hour. thatis huge priority across government and that is why almost a year ago the start to tuesday morning, and touch taken to the streets of the italian this was the first. government set out a serious file town of ivrea in the annual battle of the oranges. and strategy with over 60 actions teams threw oranges at each a path of destruction other recreating the people's that are taking place notjust of light frost in eastern scotland. rebellion against tyrannical lords half a mile wide who ruled the town with winds of up to 165 mph showers most widespread again across one family fled their neighbourhood during the middle ages. once the tornadoes struck.|j revellers in horse drawn carts represented the guards while those tore apart areas close involving government but other one family fled their neighbourhood on foot were the townsfolk with both public agencies and bodies to help southern parts of scotland, northern once the tornadoes struck. i was making a left and this whole area sides pelting each other with fruit. england and northern ireland. until to the state's capital. implement those actions we also set we get to the end of the afternoon it's estimated that around a quarter right here was pretty much just of a million kilos of oranges 00:25:38,002 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 are thrown during the event up implement those actions we also set upa implement those actions we also set up a serious violence task force at least a dozen tornadoes which is a cross—party task force, where we see more persistent rain touched down notjust in alabama, which is a cross—party task force, pushing in from the south—west. gone. also gone the route from this but in neighbouring georgia, which includes people like the mayor on sunday afternoon, of london, for example, as well. so according to the national we can make sure that we are working temperature top temperatures seven bar. i seen the trash route swirling weather service. well not just within we can make sure that we are working well notjust within central two 13 degrees. around in the air and i sydow, government but across public bodies. this comes only eight years bar. i seen the trash route swirling around in the airand i sydow, no, this ain't good. after storm shelters were which brings me to the second point upgraded after a spate of tornadoes the honourable lady raised, which is the sudden nature of these twisters killed hundreds in 2011. although twisters stunned many. youjust are common here, this occurred the honourable lady raised, which is the public health approach. which is ahead of the traditional peak season for them and is the same system expected something i announced what the end the sudden nature of these twisters stunned many. you just pray for them. you better be in a safe place. to bring winter weather of last year and again that was
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to much of the eastern united states this week. through listening to experience from residents have been warned both other parts of the uk, from it is now down to search and rescue of more extreme weather to come as the search for teams to sift through what is left, survivors continues. other countries as well who have mark lobel, bbc news. a grim task with a death toll also seen a similar rise in serious expected to rise. medics are violence. and i think we should learn from wherever we can and i treating more than 40 people and of let's pick up on that. those are think it is it important to have the needy to the doesn't kill, one is an eight—year—old. such an approach which requires all the needy to the doesn't kill, one government departments, all agencies is an eight-year-old. the damage is quite amazing figures. of government to treat serious significant. i would is an eight-year-old. the damage is significant. iwould put is an eight-year-old. the damage is significant. i would put it in the category of catastrophic, based on yes, and so early on in the tornado violence as the way we retreat for the destruction we have seen. we example the disease and to still have people reported missing. season. there have been more prioritise it and to make it a we have not identified all of the fatalities in this one storm, 23 statutory duty and that is why i fatalities yet at this point. people at the moment and are welcome the support by honourable members across the house for this... commuters cautiously squeeze past reported to have lost their lives, this mobile phone mast on a popular there were only ten last year. it is we will leave the house of commons. highway and thousands have been left quite unusual and within relative the home secretary there condemning without power. it is reported that the rising violence and the terms, it was well forecast. there two tornadoes hit the county back to we re severe terms, it was well forecast. there were severe thunderstorm warnings stabbings across the united kingdom. back within a span of an hour. this he says he will meet police chiefs out there and the potential for was the first. a path of destruction tornadoes, but obviously trying to on wednesdays to look at ways to pinpoint where they are going to combat the violence. in advance of half a mile wide with winds of up to form is going to be very difficult an urgent question from louise indeed. explain how that happens. it 106 to five miles per hour. at least haigh. we will have more reaction from that later on. now is all to do with temperature contrast at this time of year. it let's catch up with the weather with louise lear.
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a dozen tornadoes touched down not has been bitterly cold this week —— just in alabama but in neighbouring georgia on a sunday afternoon. this winter across canada and much according to the national weather of the north of the us. what happens plenty of showers across the country at the moment but it is so improving service. although twisters are weather story as we move on through common here, this occurred ahead of is the cold air bumped into the warm the traditional peak season for the week. as you see the picture at them. and is the same system aircoming upfrom the week. as you see the picture at is the cold air bumped into the warm air coming up from the gulf of the moment, plenty of showers around mexico. that is where we see a on the showers have been pushing expected to bring winter weather too much of the eastern united states their way steadily from west to weather front starting to form. then east. some heavy with the odd rumble this week. residents have been of thunder mixed in as well. through there is the temperature contrast warned of more extreme weather to and win difference. that causes this come, as the search for survivors the evening hours showers will continue, sheltered eastern areas, sort of spiralling effect and then continues. we get a cluster of thunderstorms and that will allow temperatures to let's get a weather forecast for that starts circulating together and fall away. we keep the showers going that starts circulating together and that can spark off these devastating closer to home. good afternoon. this in the south and west facing coast, tornadoes. you can see the intensity time last week it was all about the of the rainfall as well. that is all for long spells through northern sunshine and the warmth and potential for record—breaking ireland and up into scotland. pushing up into the eastern eastern scotland could see february temperatures. those lucky enough to be messing about on the seaboard. it is a significant storm. temperatures down to —2 that is cold water in the lake district, 17.8 enough for a frost. tomorrow iam seaboard. it is a significant storm. celsius was the high that afternoon. i am pleased to say the tornado morning, a chilly start again, some fast forward to monday morning, just threat is action —— has actually eased at the moment. the story is sunshine around, plenty of showery rain around across northern ireland seven days on, seven centimetres of one that it will get bitterly cold and northern england and scotland. lying snow in parts of cumbria first over the next two days and that air at the end of the day, more heavy from canada is pushing the warm thing this morning. a bit of a shock and persistent rain will start to to the system. storm freya may have push into the far south and west. moist air back down across the gulf
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of mexico and the wind direction is moved off into scandinavia but there cool in the far north, seven or 8 coming from the north. it will be is plenty of cloud gathering in from bitterly cold. if a tornado goes the west and that is how we will degrees. a maximum of 13. continue for the rest of the day. this has been a story so far. some over the sea, does it become a showers on higher ground in scotland hurricane? no, it won't have the energy to keep ofa showers on higher ground in scotland of a wintry nature. longer spells of rain and the odd rumble of thunder rotating. that answers the question. as well. a breezy afternoon for many. but also sunshine and showers. we better have a forecast. this time last week we were talking as we go through the overnight about record—breaking warmth across period, we run the risk of further the country. all the sunshine. just hello, you're watching afternoon live. i'm simon mccoy. showers across northern ireland, look at that. absolutely beautiful today at 4: south—west scotland and northern in cumbria. this morning, seven england in particular. temperatures the government says it's committed likely to fall away, may be low centimetres of snow. the snow to tackling knife crime after two 17—year—olds become the latest victims of enough for a touch of frost and a series of fatal stabbings. arrived last night. it is all eastern areas. a chilly start to tuesday morning. an area of low change. we knew it was not going to there is no hiding from this issue, pressure keeping though showers last. and in some ways, it should mr speaker. serious violence is on not last, close it is only the the rise. communities are being torn going. more persistent rain later on beginning of march. lots of showers in the day. tuesday, we start with apartand the rise. communities are being torn apart and families are losing their children. today. they are going to continue to one incident, one injury, showers. through northern ireland one death, is one too many. tackling violent crime remains and north—west england and parts of push their way little further east. scotland. again they will be wintry we have not seen that many so far the met's top priority.
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on higher ground. not a warm today but they are really getting their act together now. plenty of claims of a brexit bribe, as the government announces afternoon in scotland. there will be showers. rather breezy this £1.6 billion for deprived some sunshine. a band of showers afternoon as well. if you are lucky towns in england. at least 23 people are dead enough to dodge the showers, it is and there's catastrophic damage, after tornadoes hit alabama then continues to threat through not too bad. feeling noticeably in the united states. northern ireland and northern cooler. tonight, clear spells, a coming up on afternoon england. by the end of the cluster of showers, mostly across afternoon, that next area of low live, all the sport. northern ireland, northern england pressure starts to show its hand. and southern scotland. some snow showers in northern ireland already. the winds are not going to be as hello. we have a fitting sendoff for severe as we had with storm freya but nevertheless, still some rain and some of it quite heavy and temperatures in sheltered areas low a true gentleman. the funeral of world cup winning goalkeeper gordon persistent through the day on enough for some frost. down below wednesday. another day of wet and freezing. tomorrow a chilly start windy weather. and yes, there will with this area of low pressure banks has taken place. thousands keeping the showers but this area of lined the streets to say farewell to low pressure in the south—west will a footballing legend. be further snow the mountains. bring wet and windy weather on semi—spells and scattered showers further south, not quite as cold. 30 and this time last week, wednesday. not as bad as storm freya record—breaking warm temperatures but still not very pleasant. for and plenty of sunshine. but this degrees. this afternoon when a 00:29:51,374 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 change. feeling noticeably colder. week it is showers and wet and windy tuesday, by the middle of the weather. but it is after all march. afternoon, sam showers and we are going to see some snow across the thanks, louise. mountains of scotland. certainly and coming up, remembering gordon. we'll have more on that funeral worth bearing in mind if you are a for a football legend, as he's laid to rest hill walker or a mountaineer. it is following a service at stoke minster this afternoon.
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going to be cold. plenty of showers in northern ireland and northern england. and then they are down into the south—west by the end of the afternoon. that area of low pressure, that is going to continue to push its way steadily north. good afternoon. young people are being windy as well. gusts of maybe 60 murdered across the country and it can't go on. the words of the home secretary sajid javid, who has been addressing mps mph. heavy rain in the morning. it in the house of commons. his comments come after two 17—year—olds were killed in separate stabbings in east london and greater manchester will tend to linger here for most of over the weekend. the day. scattered showers for earlier the assistant commissioner england and not quite as cold. of the met police graham mcnulty insisted that more police around 13 degrees. under the cloud, on the streets and 2,500 stop and searches in the last three days wind and rain and snow in scotland, had made a difference. it is going feel cold. once that theresa may has denied that a fall in police numbers is to blame. the home secretary is to meet police clears away, it does look likely we chiefs on wednesday to look at ways could see a bit more of a change for to combat the violence. the end of the week. sunshine and showers for tomorrow. by wednesday, wet and windy and then noticeably 00:30:54,264 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 colder. but a little bit quieter.
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tackling serious violence requires coordinated action on multiple fronts. first, we need a strong low enforcement response, this includes the offensive weapons bill currently before parliament that will introduce new offences to help tackle knife crime. we also need to give police the confidence to use existing laws, such as stop and search. second, we must intervene early to stop young people from becoming early in —— involved in crime. we have amended the bill to introduce knife crime prevention orders to help prevent young people from carrying knives. alongside our endowment fund, the 22 million early intervention youth fund has already funded 29 projects endorsed by police and crime commissioners. we must ensure that the police have the resources to combat serious violence. i am resources to combat serious violence. iam raising police funding to record levels next year. up funding to record levels next year. up to £970 million more, including council tax, and on wednesday i will
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meet with chief constables to listen to their experience and requirements. in the past half hour, police have been giving an update into the investigation into the stabbing of jodie chesney. away from the talk in the house of commons, there is a community grieving. we have seen more and more people come to the tree behind me and lay flowers and look into the children's playground and lay flowers and look into the child ren's playground where and lay flowers and look into the children's playground wherejodie chesney was murdered on friday. i have been speaking to her friends, who are terrified and horrified that this has happened to one of their close friends. their sixth form has said all pupils that knewjodie will be supported throughout this time. people here are in shock, horrified by what has happened in this quiet residential area. jodie chesney was 17, studying for her a—levels and enjoying life. she was killed in this playground,
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stabbed by a suspect described as a black male in his late teens. he attacked jodie without saying a word, before running away. the flowers stacked up against this tree, just steps away from wherejodie was killed. a steady stream of people have been coming here in shock at the death of a young girl, described as beautiful, kind and friendly, in a seemingly random attack. they were absolutely normal children, doing normal things, and this is very unusual incident, i think, it is totally unprovoked. and we need to get a grip of the situation. 24—hours afterjodie's death, another fatal stabbing and another young life lost. yousef makki was also 17 and studying for his a—levels and was attacked in greater manchester. two 17—year—olds have been arrested on suspicion of murder. recent figures from the office of national statistics show the number of fatal stabbings last year was the highest since records began.
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285 people lost to knife crime. figures obtained by channel 4's despatches programme show the number of children under 16 being stabbed rose by 93% in just two years. people here and across the uk are calling for the government and police to take action on knife crime but what can be done? i think it needs a leader, somebody who has to ask what the police are doing, how the charities can work together, because if it is not treated as a crisis, it will be another two years before we see action. we have been acting as a government, we have been giving the police more powers. the home secretary will be
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meeting with chief constables later this week to talk about this issue. the home secretary sajid javid says this senseless violence cannot go on. a feeling shared by the traumatised community, friends and family ofjodie chesney. and what people have been telling me, simon, is that they want to see more police on the streets, notjust when something so terrible like this murder happens put on a regular basis. the detective leading the investigation has given us an update on the latest. let me assure the committee, this is an ongoing investigation and there is always speculation and rumours and that raises more concerns about what is going on. it is in the very early stages of the investigation and the police are appealing to the public. we work closely with our partners and we need to establish what happened and why it happened. she also told me that she would like to see more police officers on the
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streets of london, but that was a job for the government and the of london to short out. —— sort out. the met police has boosted its numbers of police on the streets of the capital, and it insists this has made a difference. one incident, one injury, one death, is one too many. tackling violent crime remains a top priority. and we have been working day and night to make progress. in advance of the weekend just past, we have arranged for more officers from our violent crime task force to be on duty and we have extended their shifts to raise visibility across london. these officers are operating across london in both uniform and in plainclothes. officers from the homicide teams are working around the clock to bring justice to families and to protect our communities. the increased police presence has made a difference, with officers conducting more than 2,500 stop and searches
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in the last three days alone. one of those stabbings taking place in greater manchester. the family of yousef makki have been paying tribute to him in a heartfelt statement. they said he was a loving and caring son and brother and he meant the world to his family. he was a sporty and dedicated student and had everything to look forward to. we are absolutely devastated and cannot believe our son has gone. they described it as a senseless loss that has affected the whole community. they say only recently we talked about his promising life ahead of him. he was a promising student and loved by everyone. that statement just student and loved by everyone. that statementjust coming through in the last few moments. the government has denied it's trying to bribe labour mps
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into supporting its brexit plans by announcing new funding for some of england's most deprived areas. more than one and a half billion pounds will be spent on helping to regenerate towns over six years, with over half going to the north of england and the midlands. labour say it's a ‘desperate' bid to get backing for theresa may's brexit agreement from mps representing leave—voting areas. our political correspondent, ben wright, reports. from coastal towns such as blackpool to the old industrial heartlands of northern england, and cities such as stoke—on—trent, the government is promising more money for new infrastructure and training in struggling english towns, where the vote in favour of brexit was high. i think this really can make a difference and really help ensure that some communities that have not felt that they have been touched in the same way by growth in the economy, on prosperity, feel this and that we are ensuring that all of our country can be confident as we look to the future. a 1.6 billion pot will be available and most of that has been allocated to areas already,
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the three largest recipients of funds will be the north—west of england. there is brexit politics in all of this. labour mps representing leave voting constituencies such as stoke have been pushing hard for more investment and the government is hoping it can persuade some of them to support the prime minister's deal but today some of those labour mps said the money promised was pathetic. this is not going to answer the questions, not deal with the domestic issues, why people voted for brexit in the first place, why they voted to leave the european union. this does not help anyone. it is like she has realised a problem, here you are, here are some scraps to try and fix it. last month, this labour mp asked for more investment in leave voting areas. we have never had our fair share. the money that should have come our
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way have always gone to the big cities. it is important that it is pointed in that direction. this week and next will be hugely important. the governor does trying to negotiate changes the goverment is trying to negotiate changes to the withdrawal agreement that it hopes can overturn opposition in parliament. a vote on the deal is promised by next tuesday and if that does not pass, then mps will have a chance to delay brexit. the task facing the government is daunting. january saw the biggest ever defeat for a government when its brexit deal was thrown out. more than 100 tories rebelled. and it will require much more than some cash for labour constituencies to turn those numbers around. our chief political correspondent, vicki young, is in westminster. there has been a slightly underwhelming response to the announcement of this money. there are conservative mps in the south—west of a man to say they are
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ina very south—west of a man to say they are in a very deprived area and they are not getting anywhere near as much as some areas of the north. lots of labour mps some areas of the north. lots of labourmps are some areas of the north. lots of labour mps are very rotated by any suggestion that they are somehow being bribed, that their votes in the brexit vote next week are up for grabs. let's discuss this a little more. presumably, you welcome any extra money that will be coming towards your city? this has to be viewed in the context that my local council has lost since 2010 £219 million and yet this announcement todayis million and yet this announcement today is £105 million for the whole of the north—east region. it is not even come close to meeting the scale of need at a time when teachers are being made redundant, the police are massively stretched and people can wait up to two weeks to see a gp. this does not do anything to address those problems and in any case, leaving the european union under the brexit deal will make all of the problems we face far worse. my region will be hit hardest by what
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is coming. do you feel this is as -- an attempt to bribe you to get you to support the deal or abstain next week? every piece of independent analysis of the government analysis, it shows that in the north—east we will be hit hardest. the best deal we can possibly get is the deal we have now. that is why i believe it should be for the british people to decide if they want to go ahead, not pots of money allocated to particular regions of the country looking to get that vote through parliament. what do your constituents say about the prospects we are now facing, the possibility of the deal going through or may be a delay to brexit for another referendum? are they in favour of that or are they appalled that brexit does not look like it is happening? nearly three years ago, 60% of my constituents voted to leave the european union but i think they are just as able as anyone else to look at what is offer and if they
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wa nt to look at what is offer and if they want to decide it is the right way forward for our country, and i am speaking to growing numbers of people who are really concerned about the direction we are heading m, about the direction we are heading in, worried about what it will mean forjobs and live it —— living standards. for areas like forjobs and live it —— living standards. forareas like mine, all of these industries are at risk under the government's brexit deal. doesn't the uncertainty increase even more for those businesses, if there is still uncertainty and deadlock in parliament? wouldn't labour mps be better off getting behind a deal which means we leave and then we can move onto those discussions on the future relationship? all of the big decisions about our trading relationship be the discussion —— topic of discussion for years ahead. i would rather focus on child poverty, the right level of social care support for older residents but that will not happen because for the next decade,
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we will be talking about our trading relationship with europe and not focusing on those issues that are just as important to communities like sunderland. thank you very much indeed. everyone looking ahead to that vote on tuesday next week. still waiting to see whether theresa may can get the changes to the withdrawal agreement that she needs. thank you very much. with me now is the business owner and remain supporting brexit campaigner gina miller. what are you feeling is the likely scenario at the moment? anyone would be foolish to call out the outcome but i think it feels like we are edging towards mps backing the prime minister's dealfrom all edging towards mps backing the prime minister's deal from all sides, labour, the erg group, for different reasons. there is a sense that, let's get this bit over and somehow it'll all be fine and somehow we can go to another phase. and that is a huge misunderstanding because this is easy part. when we are out if we
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back the withdrawal agreement, it is international treaty. you cannot get out of it. this idea that it is the easy option, i really hope mps concentrate on the fact that this is not a good dealfor us. and yet, if she loses, the next vote is to try and avoid a no deal. i know a no deal scenario is the one you dread more than any. know a no deal scenario is the one you dread more than anyi know a no deal scenario is the one you dread more than any. i think eve ryo ne you dread more than any. i think everyone does. we have come to the realisation it is not in itself that no deal is bad for the uk, it is that we are not ready for no deal. there is no institution, public services, private businesses, the law, we are simply not ready for no deal. and the idea that article 24 of the wto means we can flip to that is not ready either. that has to be agreed by 190 other countries. we are simple not ready for no deal. you think the answer is to get the eu to extend article 50. you think the answer is to get the eu to extend article 50i you think the answer is to get the eu to extend article 50. i think in all of this, we are being presented with false dichotomy, that the
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choices theresa may's deal or no deal and i think that is false. there is also the deal we already have but also an extension. in all of this, i think the one thing we have to say anchored to is the law. let's put aside the bullying and the language on the politics, the law is where we should be anchored on this andi where we should be anchored on this and i commissioned lawyers to look at what it is that... when you say you have commissioned lawyers, shares drop. no, i have been very concerned that we are going along with this view that it is the uk that has to request an extension. actually if you look at the text of article 50, if you read the treaty of the eu, it does not actually say that. whilst we are going into unknown territory, it was important we had some sort of a legal opinion on what is available to us as an option and what is not. the opinion that has come back is if you look at
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the treaty of the functioning of the eu, that is article 50, article four, different sections, the framework of the eu, there are duties, there are moral and legal duties, there are moral and legal duties of mutual respect and also cooperation, which means that both sides have to ensure that we limit the damage and if you read that text, it is our understanding that if you look at article 53, it presupposes that the eu can offer us an extension unilaterally. you have already gone to brussels. yes, it is important that we stay with lines of communication open. on both sides, there has been an element of bullying. we want to get this tentatively done and out of the way. i don't think that is the right route. we have to make sure that there is legal certainty in everything we do. is there the chance that you in affect are taking this out of theresa may's hands and getting the eu to extend frankly
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whether we want it or not? no, what iam whether we want it or not? no, what i am saying is there is a duty under the treaty of the eu which says that both parties have to operate in a certain way with mutual respect and sincere cooperation. they have to limit the damage. if we are heading towards a no deal, if the withdrawal agreement fails, and we are heading towards no deal, there is a duty with the eu to offer us unilaterally and extension to article 50. and when would they do that? and extension to article 50. and when would they do that7m and extension to article 50. and when would they do that? it isjust my view and speaking to politicians, i think practically if the withdrawal agreement is defeated and we are left languishing with no choice, other than this terrible default choice, other than this terrible d efa u lt of choice, other than this terrible default of crashing out with no deal, then i think at that point it makes sense for everybody to limit the damage because we are all in a lose lose situation if we leave with no deal and at that point, i think it is the pragmatic thing of the legal thing for the eu is to offer as an extension. you talked about
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bullying earlier. it has been well documented that you have suffered, you are a campaigner, it sounds as though you are taking on another big battle now. as the bullying stopped? no, we live in a very different world. if you are a woman who puts their head above the parapet and the environment we live in, it now seems to be almost normalised that you get bullying and we have to call it out. online, off—line, it is of a degree that i never envisaged i would have to experience. thank you very much. you're watching afternoon live, these are our headlines: after two 17 year olds become the latest victims of a series of fatal stabbings, the met police say it's their top priority. claims of a brexit bribe — as the government announces 1.6 billion pounds for deprived towns in england. at least 23 people are dead — and there's "catastrophic damage" —
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after tornadoes hit alabama in the united states. the funeral of former world cup winning goalkeeper gordon banks ta kes pla ce winning goalkeeper gordon banks takes place in stoke. scotla nd takes place in stoke. scotland bounce back from defeat to canada where they comfortable victory over iceland. they are second in their group. and former world heavyweight champion frank bruno is recovering after being treated in hospital for pneumonia. the 57—year—old's agent says he now needs a few weeks's. i will be back with more on all those stories at 4:30pm. the father of james bulger has lost a legal challenge to try to change a lifelong anonymity orderfor one of his son's killers. jon venables was 10—years—old when he and robert thompson abducted and killed two—year—old james in 1993. no information can be published about their current identities, after they were released from detention in 2001. the ruling had been challenged by members of the bulger family, who argued that venables should no
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longer be given anonymity after he was twice convicted of possessing child abuse images. keith flint, the lead singer with the pop group, the prodigy, has died. the 49—year—old was found by police at his home in essex this morning. officers say they're not treating the death as suspicious. the prodigy had a series of uk top ten singles in the 1990s, and sold more than 20—million albums. his bandmate, liam howlett, has said he was ‘shellshocked and heartbroken'. earlier i spoke to carl loben, the editor—in—chief at dj mag. for the fact that keith has been such an iconic character in the industry for the past 30 years, for him to have taken his life, which has been confirmed as what happened, isa has been confirmed as what happened, is a real sad shock. it is this image and we are looking at it now,
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that shocked many, but became very much the band's... that shocked many, but became very much the bands... it was their identity, wasn't it? he kind of grew into that kind of cyberpunk character from when the band initially started, he was just a dancer, and he brought a lot of energy to the onstage performance but he didn't really do any vocals for quite a few years. they had a number one album before he did any vocals on track. he grew into that late but then embrace it wholeheartedly. they broke into the mainstream, to the surprise of some, some music stations would not play before 9pm because some children we re before 9pm because some children were frightened of him. when the fi resta rter were frightened of him. when the firestarter video was on top of the pops, he did apparently scare some children. there was a bit of controversy around that and later
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singles that the prodigy were involved in as well. that was the nature of his onstage persona. he was not like that in private. it isa he was not like that in private. it is a fairly aggressive look. onstage, he was this madcap, charismatic, funky instigator, as the song would have it, but in private he was a pussycat and kind and gentle and loved by all. which will make his death the women grow all the more shocking. presumably his friends will have known that there was that side to him. his obviously —— his friends oversee new he was a kind and thoughtful character. and on the face of it, it is why it seems even more of a tragedy is because he had everything going for him. the band werejust about to embark on an american tour and play glastonbury again. he had money, fame, adulation. and yet
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still, he took his own life. thousands of people lined the streets of stoke for the funeral of the former england goalkeeper, gordon banks. the world cup winner died last month at the age of 81. the service is being held at stoke minster, on the 47th anniversary of stoke city's league cup win. football stars past and present have been paying tribute to the former england footballer. john mcmanus is in stoke now. yes, it was very much a footballing world funeral. many famous faces turning out this afternoon. many of them are now in the sweets behind me at the football clubs ground. they are sharing memories of gordon banks. one of them must be that 1970 famous save in the world cup from pele. some of those attending the funeral were some of his former
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team—mates from the 1966 world cup squad, including sir geoff hurst, who gave a very straightforward but warm remembrance of the man he knew asa warm remembrance of the man he knew as a friend. i love banksy's final line from his after—dinner address, i love banksy's final line from his after—dinneraddress, he i love banksy's final line from his after—dinner address, he said, i love banksy's final line from his after—dinneraddress, he said, i have broken most bones in my fingers, thumbs and wrists, and a knuckle disappeared in 1968. i had a metal pin in my me, a plate in my elbow. i have had two hip replacements, i am elbow. i have had two hip replacements, lam blind in one elbow. i have had two hip replacements, i am blind in one eye. yet i still get some idiot coming up to me and asking if i still play. and i will let you know, i have cleaned that up for this church.
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banksy' word—mac banksy, rest in peace, banksy' word—mac banksy, rest in peace , we banksy' word—mac banksy, rest in peace, we love you. what has become apparent today is the absolute warmth and love that many people on the ground, ordinary fans, people who live in the city, who knew the man, the chairman of the club described him as a man for all seasons we know that pele said gordon banks was the goalkeeper with a bit of magic. thank you very much. it is time for a look at the weather. louise is here and that is alabama. we have been talking about these tornadoes. awful, awful devastation. over 64 miles, we understand. and the width of the tornado was reported to be about half a mile. you can understand white is very difficult to try and escape once a tornado develops and starts to continue to keep growing like that. and difficult to predict. it was forecast that they were severe
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thunderstorms possible, but actually trying to pinpoint, you are quite right, where they are going to be and the path they will go, and it is all about the temperature contrast. if anyone has been following the weather in north america, they have had an awful weather in some respects, in terms of cold across the north. this is coming down from the north. this is coming down from the arctic and at this time of year, it bumps into the warm, moist air coming up from the gulf of mexico. this dividing line is where the weather front forms and where we have the perfect atmospheric conditions to create these tornadoes. we have different wind directions which create the spin. then we get a cluster of thunderstorms and that tends to be what happens. i also want to point out to you that they are really seeing some heavy snow as well on this frontal system, across parts of new york state and into washington as well. and it is going to get bitterly cold. although the tornadoes have eased somewhat... it
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is going get bitterly cold. temperatures below—average. really cold. and what about here? not quite so severe. if you believe in that whether folklore, in so severe. if you believe in that whetherfolklore, in like so severe. if you believe in that whether folklore, in like a lion, out like a whether folklore, in like a lion, out likea lamb, whether folklore, in like a lion, out like a lamb, hopefully it means that the end of march could be a little bit calmer. we actually still have some snow around. not the significance know they have seen in north america but look at theirs. they have been some snow showers through the afternoon today. just a light dusting. not causing any issues. making everything look pretty. generally speaking, a cluster of showers and they have been moving their way from west to east throughout the afternoon. some of them starting to push across eastern england where we have seen the brighter weather. through
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tonight, more organised showers, may be moving their way across northern ireland and again, we cannot rule out some wintry showers on high ground. clearer skies elsewhere. a chili started tuesday morning and we could see a touch of light frost. closest to this area of low pressure, we keep the showers but another area of low pressure moving in with wet and 20 weather for wednesday. tuesday should not be too bad for many of us. we are likely to see showers again turning wintry across scotland and it will be a pretty cold and miserable day under the showers. a feel showers into northern ireland and northern england. the best of the weather to the east of the pennines. by the end of the afternoon, here is the low pressure bringing rain to south wales and the south—west. not as severe as the weekend but still
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strong winds and heavy rain and it will be pretty miserable if you are out and about for any length of time. it will be sitting further up by the end of the afternoon. not quite as cold here. 13 degrees the high. it'll be pretty miserable, i suspect, across scotland. snow on the higher ground and rain and only six or 7 degrees as the daytime managed —— maximum. colderand drier 01:00:36,436 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 as we head into thursday and friday.
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