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who will be next in hello, you‘re watching afternoon live. this is bbc news. our latest headlines: hello, you‘re watching afternoon live. today at five, three small explosive want to remain or leave? who will be next in into hours‘ i‘m simon mccoy. i‘m simon mccoy. packages found at two time. thank you, adam fleming, young today at 3.00: today at four: airports and a railway station the met police commissioner, the met police commissioner, the met police commissioner, in london, counter—terrorism people. talk to you later on. cressida dick contradicts cressida dick, contradicts cressida dick, contradicts the prime minister, the prime minister, the prime minister, saying there is a link police are investigating. saying there is a link saying there is a link between a rise in knife crime between a rise in knife crime between a rise in knife crime hello, you're watching and cuts in police numbers. afternoon live. i'm simon mccoy. car giants toyota and bmw have both and cuts in police numbers. and cuts in police numbers. i agree that there is some link the packages were improvised today at 2.00: warned a no—deal brexit between violent crime on the devices, discovered the met police commissioner, threatens the production i agree that there is some link toyota and bmw issue stark warnings near heathrow airport, city airport, cressida dick, contradicts of their cars in the uk. between violent crime about the impact a no—deal brexit streets, obviously, and police numbers. theresa may, saying there is a link the warnings come afterjapanese on the streets, obviously, of course there is, and i think and police numbers. would have on their plants between a rise in knife crime rivals nissan and honda both of course there is, and i think in the uk, including the famous mini everybody would see that. and cuts in police numbers. recently dealt major blows and waterloo station. factory in oxfordshire. everybody would see that. toyota and bmw issue stark warnings i agree that there is some link the former conservative chair about the impact a no—deal brexit between violent crime on the toyota and bmw issue stark warnings baroness warsi says the party to the uk motor industry. about the impact a no—deal brexit is in denial about islamophobia would have on their plants although transport hubs continued to streets, obviously, in the uk, including the famous mini and police numbers. would have on their plants and says theresa may has factory in oxfordshire. of course there is, and i think in the uk, operate anyone was injured the including the famous mini failed to deal with it. everybody would see that. let‘s speak to our business the former conservative chair counterterrorism command says the factory in oxfordshire. baroness warsi says the party public should remain vigilant. toyota and bmw issue stark warnings the first cervical screening is in denial about islamophobia, we‘ll have the latest on this correspondentjonty bloom. advertising campaign and says theresa may has story, reports are coming in. about the impact a no—deal brexit the former conservative chair, in england has been launched, failed to deal with it. would have on their plants the other main stories in the uk, including the famous bmw specifically and toyota as well, baroness warsi, says the party as the numbers of women attending on bbc news at 5... is in denial about islamophobia tests hits a 20—year low. mini factory in oxfordshire. they are warning of a no—deal and says theresa may has there is a link between a rise in knife crime, failed to deal with it. dozens of people are still missing and cuts in police numbers, brexit. yes, in particular. they don‘t like according to the metropolitan the former conservative chair, i think she doesn‘t listen. after a series of tornadoes swept police commissioner. baroness warsi, says the party the idea of brexit generally but i through the us state is in denial about islamophobia, i agree that there is some link and says theresa may has know deal brexit for them causes a of alabama on sunday. failed to deal with it. they haven‘t between violent crime on the huge amount of doubt and confusion, also coming up: the island dealt with members of parliament streets, obviously, on the brink of disappearing who have retweeted tommy robinson and police numbers. and huge delays at the borders and they haven‘t dealt with members of and they haven‘t dealt with members as water levels rise. i think she doesn't listen. parliament who have retweeted tommy of parliament who have i think she fails to acknowledge huge costs, because these are just made islamophobic comments. they have not dealt when there is a problem. robinson and they haven‘t dealt with with members of parliament she fails to tackle in time production manufacturing who hosted islamophobes sites. this means the components members of parliament who have made in the houses of parliament. that problem head on. arrive just at the moment they are sport now on afternoon live coming up on afternoon about to be used and they don‘t have islamophobic comments and they haven‘t dealt with members of with holly hamilton. coming up on and it‘s a worrying time live, all the sport. the warehousing capable of keeping parliament who have hosted for welsh rugby union. islamophobic people in the houses of i will be looking at criticism
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afternoon live, all the sport. all the parts and components parliament. necessary to keep production going. coming up on afternoon talk of a merger between two whites might call me cynical but a live, all the sport. of wales‘ most successful teams, hello and there will be two of i‘ll be looking at criticism around around plans to merge ospreys and week before this crucial vote in the proposals to merge wales two most ospreys and scarlets. scarlets. and the latest news from that‘s if these controversial wales‘ most successful rugby sides, succesful rug by clu bs, proposals get the go ahead the england camp around this ospreys and scarlets and i‘ll also bring you the latest during a meeting this afternoon. house of commons, -- you might call ospreys and starlets, could be about me cynical but a week before the news from the england camp weekend‘s six nations action. to merge as a radical overhaul but ahead of this weekend‘s it‘s called project reset six nations action. the welsh rugby players union so crucial vote in the house of more at 3.30. and is being discussed by the welsh the england camp around this commons, who is this aimed at? rugby union this afternoon. weekend's six nations action. thank you, holly. and louise has the they are concerned with the ospreys government and mps to persuade them to vote for the withdrawal we have no details on what weather. threatening looking skies agreement. they would rather brexit and looking at the weather the team would be called, did not happen at all but they don‘t where it would play across connell behind me. wet and chairman already handing in a wa nt did not happen at all but they don‘t want a cliff edge, which they say forecast... or who the coach would be. windy weather pushing into the resignation. more on that story. they don‘t know what would be after a lovely start with the spring what we do know is that the welsh happening next month at the border. rugby players association south—west tonight. more details coming up. sunshine for many of us it is and also the weather. after a lovely isn‘t too happy. start with spring sunshine for many the withdrawal agreement, they know clouding over now and it looks as what would be happening next month. though we are heading for another they‘ve described the proposals of us, carding over now and it looks wet and windy spell from the as deeply concerning for as though we are heading for another these warnings are stark and bmw the livelihoods of players in wales the route to tackling plastic talking about moving some of the wet and windy spell from the south—west through the night and waste — a company which uses it into tomorrow. and their families. to surface roads — engine production capacity from all the details coming up very opens its first factory south—west through the night into and they‘ve said the uncertainty in dumfries and galloway. tomorrow. other details coming up shortly. birmingham to austria, and even the shortly. thanks, louise. could lead to a swathe of players also coming up, dozens of people are still missing being lost to welsh rugby. possibility of it saying it would after a series of tornadoes swept talk to you later, louise. through the us state meanwhile the chairman have to consider closing a plant, of ospreys, mikejames, has of alabama on sunday. also coming up, dozens resigned over the proposals of people are still missing five and a half thousand jobs citing catastrophic after a series of tornadoes swept directly in the uk, many thousands mismanagement. through the us state more indirectly through the of alabama on sunday. we understand that if components and parts. we heard from several car companies the merger is rubberstamped already, and as in the introduction, today, then it could be officially they did not blame brexit for announced as early as sunday, hello, everyone. this is afternoon reasons of closing down honda and with the two sides most likely others. it is a global issue — car hello, everyone. to join forces as early live. i‘m simon mccoy. this is afternoon live. as next season. simon. the most senior police officer hello, everyone. in britain, cressida dick,
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this is afternoon live. production is changing. the most senior police officer has said there is a link the most senior police officer car production is changing and we in britain, cressida dick, between violent crime and cuts in britain, cressida dick, in the number of police. has said there is a link have seen some signs. for instance has said there is a link between violent crime and cuts the number of young people under between violent crime and cuts there is a new electric mini and the the age of 17 who have been stabbed in the number of police. in the number of police. the number of young people under in england has nearly double electric motor will be made in the number of young people under since 2016, according the age of 17 who have been stabbed the age of 17 who have been stabbed to the latest figures. austria. the engine capacity planned the metropolitan police commissioner in england has nearly double in england has nearly doubled says the number of officers has since 2016, according here outside birmingham did not win since 2016, according ‘gone down a lot‘ at a time to the latest figures. the contract. things like that, to the latest figures. wales are just two games away when demand for policing had grown. yesterday the prime minister the metropolitan police commissioner the metropolitan police commissioner insisted there was no ‘direct says the number of officers has long—term issues are a factor. we says the number of officers has from winning the grand slam. "gone down a lot" at a time win some contract and we don‘t win "gone down a lot" at a time correlation‘ between cuts in police numbers and certain crimes. when demand for policing had grown. downing street says cabinet others. all these car manufacturers when demand for policing had grown. many of that team made up ministers will meet to coordinate government support yesterday the prime minister for local authorities. insisted there was no have been warning brexitjust makes yesterday the prime minister our correspondent, "direct correlation" between cuts in it less likely they will invest in insisted there was no police numbers and certain crimes. "direct correlation" between cuts in of scarlets and ospreys players. richard lister, reports. the uk and more difficult for them an armed gang in broad downing street says cabinet police numbers and certain crimes. daylight at runshaw college to justify building new models in downing street says in lancashire yesterday. ministers will meet cabinet ministers will meet to coordinate government support to coordinate government support the uk, and in this extreme case for local authorities. they‘re back in action this weekend for local authorities. our correspondent, our correspondent, they say if it goes really bad they with some team news this afternoon. richard lister, reports. you can see one of them richard lister, reports. would have to consider whether to just one change for that brandishing a knife. game at murrayfield. students were threatened, and one an armed gang in broad adam beard comes in for the injured 17—year—old was slashed on the arm. an armed gang in broad keep the plant open in the uk. daylight at runshaw college daylight at runshaw college in lancashire yesterday. cory hill in the second row. a frightening glimpse in lancashire yesterday. you‘re watching afternoon live, gareth anscombe continues you can see one of them at fly—half with dan into knife crime in britain. brandishing a knife. biggar on the bench. you can see one of them students were threatened. and scotland will be brandishing a knife. these are our headlines. without backs sean maitland oh, my god, oh, my god! students were threatened. one 17—year—old was and chris harris for that clash. the pair suffered calf one 17—year—old was slashed on the arm. the met police commissioner cressida slashed on the arm. and foot injuries on duty a frightening glimpse dick contradicts the prime minister with their respective clubs in the weekend‘s the prime minister said yesterday english premiership. into knife crime in britain. saying there is a link between the a frightening glimpse chelsea have appealed against fifa‘s there is no direct correlation rising knife crime and falling into knife crime in britain. decision to ban them police numbers. between such incidents oh, my god, oh, my god! toyota and bmw issue stark warnings oh, my god, oh, my god! from signing players in the next and falling police numbers, two transfer windows. the prime minister said yesterday about the impact a no—deal brexit it follows the world governing but in london, which last year saw factory in oxfordshire the prime minister said yesterday body‘s investigation into the club‘s would have on their plants in the signing of foreign under—18 players. almost a0 knife crimes a day, there is no direct correlation the police commissioner uk — including the famous mini between such incidents and the fall fifa says it found breaches in 29
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there is no direct correlation is clear — there is a link. factory in oxfordshire. in police numbers, cases out of 92 investigated. there has been more demand the former conservative chair — but in london, the governing body says it has for policing and therefore between such incidents baroness warsi — says the party there must be some link which last year saw almost a0 knife received an appeal but could not is in denial about islamophobia crimes a day, confirm when this would be heard. between violent crime on the streets and says theresa may has the police commissioner obviously and police numbers. and the fall in police numbers, failed to deal with it. is clear — there is a link. and in sport the welsh rugby players there has been more demand of course there is and i think for policing and therefore tottenham can lose to everybody would see that. but in london, there must be some link borussia dortmund in germany this which last year saw almost a0 knife evening and still qualify forces across the country agree crimes a day, union has described proposals to between violent crime on the streets the police commissioner merge the scarlett‘s and the ospreys obviously and police numbers. for the quarterfinals is clear — there is a link. of the champions league but spurs they need more officers. is deeply concerning. if given the there has been more demand of course there is and i think boss mauricio pochettino for policing and therefore go—ahead the two sides could join isn‘t thinking about that. this is how the numbers there must be some link everybody would see that. have fallen since 2010, between violent crime on the streets down by more than 20,000. forces as early as next season. forces across the country agree obviously and police numbers. of course there is and i think totte n ha m forces as early as next season. that scale of drop is a very large tottenha m fa ns forces as early as next season. tottenham fans should be hopeful they need more officers. number of officers no everybody would see that. about progressing after the second they go to germany forces across the country agree this is how the numbers carrying a 3—0 lead longer on the streets, they need more officers. leg of the champions league tie have fallen since 2010, from the first leg at wembley. no longer able to investigate this is how the numbers tonight full stop spurs have a 3—0 no side have ever won serious crime, no longer have fallen since 2010, down by more than 20,000. a champions league home able to prevent crime, down by more than 20,000. knockout game by that much which is ourfirst that scale of drop is a very large that scale of drop is a very large and then been eliminated. lead so could lose to borussia number of officers but pochettino says they‘ll play and last function. number of officers no dortmund in germany and still jodie chesney and yousef makki no longer on the streets, longer on the streets, no longer able to investigate to win this evening. were the most recent victims. no longer able to investigate qualify for quarterfinals. and serious crime, no longer serious crime, no longer formula e will return to london next able to prevent crime, she was stabbed to death which is ourfirst we need to forget that in east london and he died able to prevent crime, year. electric motor sport will be which is ourfirst and last function. in greater manchester. and try to be focused on beating time now, say some, and last function. held in london, weaving in and out jodie chesney and yousef makki jodie chesney and yousef makki of the arena and the surrounding for a new approach. were the most recent victims. were the most recent victims. she was stabbed to death dortmund here again. police numbers will help, in east london and he died that must be our approach. but actually unless we have police she was stabbed to death dublin streets. i will be back with in greater manchester. out there physically having in east london and he died the confidence to do theirjob, more on all those stories on in greater manchester. time now, say some, to go to the pitch and not that is not going to make any time now, say some, afternoon live at 2.30. for a new approach. think of the first leg, difference whatsoever. for a new approach. police numbers will help, only to have a very good but also i think there needs to be a national strategy. but actually unless we have police and professional performance to come together like we have police numbers will help. out there physically having done with terrorism actually unless we have police out and try to win the game. there physically having the confidence to do theirjob, like with the prevent campaign,
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the confidence to do theirjob, that is not going to make any which is a long—term the former chairman of the conservative party, campaign to get in the that is not going to make any baroness warsi, has accused difference whatsoever. schools and the clubs, the party of being institutionally but also i think there needs to be and get on and do that. difference whatsoever. islamophobic and has again called we are placing ribbons but also i think there needs to be a national strategy. in memory ofjodie, a national strategy. for an independent inquiry to come together like we have done and also to sort of get people to be to come together like we have into the issue. with terrorism baroness warsi says the party is not like with the prevent aware of knife crime. done with terrorism taking the problem seriously, campaign, which is a long—term near the park where jodie despite repeated cases campaign to get was murdered on friday, like with the prevent being reported to party officials. in the schools and the clubs, campaign, which is a long—term a little earlier she spoke and get on and do that. neighbours are trying to ensure this campaign to get to our assistant political in the schools and the clubs, editor norman smith. we are placing ribbons that game starting at 8pm then issue is not forgotten. and get on and do that. in memory ofjodie. after that england‘s women we are placing ribbons and also to sort of get people to be could make history tonight i‘ve spoken to a lot of my friends in memory ofjodie. by winning their first ever trophy. and also to sort of get people to be i have been raising this issue now aware of knife crime. and they seem quite shocked for over three years and i have japan are the team about what has happened. aware of knife crime. near the park where jodie standing between them near the park where jody raised it with three successive was murdered on friday, and the "she believes cup". you are a bit unsure chairmen. i wrote to the prime neighbours are trying to ensure this was murdered on friday, whether to let your children out neighbours are trying to ensure this minister about it nearly two years issue is not forgotten. they‘ll face them in their final issue is not forgotten. i've spoken to a lot of my friends game in florida this evening. but we have got to let ago andi the four team competition them get on with it, i've spoken to a lot of my friends minister about it nearly two years ago and i have submitted a plethora and they seem quite shocked has added importance and we have got to let and they seem quite shocked with the women‘s world cup of cases, brought them to the about what has happened. them get on with it. about what has happened. attention of the party, yet the you are a bit unsure children have got to be whether to let your children out later this summer. able to go out there you are a bit unsure party continues to be in denial but we have got to let them get and live their lives, still. whether to let your children out if the manager starts changing his but we have got to let them get about the extent of the problem. on with it, and we have got to let you can‘t let them be scared. belief that is not the wrong message these murder investigations on with it, and we have got to let what do they say when you cite them get on with it. are continuing, and downing street children have got to be said today the home office them get on with it. will coordinate a series of urgent cases? they say they will deal with each able to go out there to my players. this is a game we children have got to be case as it arises but they haven‘t and live their lives, still. ministerial meetings to support able to go out there you can't let them be scared. wa nt to to my players. this is a game we want to win and i want us to enjoy the police and local authorities and live their lives, still. dealt with members of parliament who these murder investigations in their battle against knife crime. you can't let them be scared. it and enjoy it with the team i have have retweeted tommy robinson and are continuing, and downing street these murder investigations they haven‘t dealt with members of said today the home office picked and i believe i have picked are continuing, and downing street will coordinate a series of urgent richard lister, bbc news. said today the home office the best team possible to win. will coordinate a series of urgent parliament who have made it ministerial meetings to support let‘s speak to mark ministerial meetings to support islamophobic comments. they have not the police and local authorities burns—williamson, the west yorkshire the police and local authorities in their battle against knife crime. police and crime commissioner. in their battle against knife crime. dealt with members of parliament who richard lister, bbc news. richard lister, bbc news. hosted islamophobics in the houses of parliament. they have not dealt you can watch how england get with councillors and candidates who good afternoon to you. good on this evening in tampa. let‘s get more on that made vile comments like, muslims afternoon. who is right? 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incident in leyland in lancashire, where as we heard, should not be in public life or they the brexit secretary and the attorney general are meeting there‘s live coverage on bbca from 10pm. metropolitan police commissioner or a gang armed with knives entered the eu‘s chief negotiator it‘s also available via the bbc the grounds of runshaw college should not be in public life or they should be removed from our schools the prime minister? i tend to agree and threatened students. are run off bridges. or muslims michel barnier in brussels this sport website, app and connected tv. our correspondent that‘s all the sport for now. should be deported for raising the afternoon — they‘re trying to secure with the metropolitan police legally—binding changes commissioner, and i said as much dave guest has the latest. to theresa may‘s brexit deal that issue of islamophobia. it goes on might get mps‘ backing in the house yesterday in conversation with and on. a link to groups, members... of commons in a a week‘s time. various people. whilst clearly it is it was just after 4pm yesterday there is no sense of transparency let‘s talk to our europe not all down to the cuts to correspondent damian grammaticas, afternoon with students leaving this about what the process is. there is who is in brussels for us. no detail on the number of cases let‘s get more on our top story policing, obviously the fact that we and the government‘s sixth form college runshaw in response to knife crime. lancashire, confronted by a group of that have been dealt with and no nottinghamshire police is the only have got 20,000 or more fewer police it has to be said that the eu at no force outside london men dressed in dark clothing, some with a dedicated team working details of who was expelled or wearing balaclavas and wielding point has shown any willingness or to take weapons off the streets, knives. it seems the men had gone to suspended. we saw recently the case and our reporter, noel phillips, has been given exclusive access the college in search of a against intention of changing anything. to see their approach. officers, it really doesn‘t help, in harlow, peter lamb, allegedly siren wails whom they held a grudge. for those suspended. it was then brought back so the officer has just stopped because obviously those officers they have shown... you are right, could have been in place, carried into the party and nobody knew about the car on bentinck road and, passing by it was a terrifying they have shown no willingness of straightaway, they‘ve noticed out the engagement and be providing it. he was then apparently a hammer in the vehicle. experience. the men arrived in three changing, and be clear, the core these specialist officers ca i’s experience. the men arrived in three are responding to reports of a man better reassurance to our cars driven onto the pavement, document that they agreed back last supported, supported by the national with a deadly weapon. communities. and yet come may says although the police stressed the party and indeed the local party, the bbc has been given exclusive ca i’s although the police stressed the cars we re year now with theresa may. that is access to nottinghamshire police‘s although the police stressed the cars were not used as weapons. right through to this morning. in knife crime unit, there is no direct correlation. i'm knives were produced. police were on the only force outside sorry, i don‘t —— mike and yet, hand because they were tipped off the end he resigned and the party that withdrawal treaty. it has that of london with a dedicated failed to deal with it. what i‘m knife crime task force. this was in the offing earlier in irish backstop provision in it. this do you understand why you have been saying to the party initially for the day when a student told tutors has all been signed, sealed, a long stopped and arrested? theresa may says there is no direct stop and search is seen as one two years privately, more recently time ago. the eu says, no, that will correlation. i‘m sorry, i don‘t they believed some men were coming of the most intrusive policing agree with that. we have lost around publicly, to say you have to do with over from manchester to try to powers, but these officers insist attack one of the students within this rot which is now set. not be changed. i think what... what it is essential in the fight against violent crime. would you consider your position in they have agreed or said they will the college. police had sent so, this is what you‘ve officers who were at the college look at is providing assurances on 2000 policejobs in west waiting in case of trouble breaking the conservative party as a failure recovered from the car? yeah, this was just down agree with that. we have lost around 2000 police jobs in west yorkshire out, and when it did they moved in to tackle islamophobia? alone. inevitably, demand from other
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top of that, and that is what these by the driver‘s seat, swiftly. six arrests were made in people talk with me about this literally within arm‘s reach consistently and i am not prepared discussions are going to be about of the driver. total and three men aged 18, three and have been about over the past he claims it‘s a tool services cuts the youth services to leave, norman. i will not be from his tool box. few days. the attorney general and aged 17, most said to be from the bullied or hounded out of my party nearly 900 incidents involving significantly, and that means we knives were recorded simply because my party has lost its brexit secretary should be arriving have had to do more with less. lancashire area although some are ona train brexit secretary should be arriving in nottinghamshire last year, said to have links to manchester. way. i spent years as part of the on a train about now here in brussels and then heading here for compared to 79a in obviously, nobody wants to see some the previous 12 months. their meetings with michelle one person received slight injuries the chief constable says of the tragic consequences of these detoxification process of making bernier. that would not be, as you to his arm, although it is not clear sure that my party was relevant to say, from what the eu are pointing gangs are taking children stabbings and incidents in our beyond nottinghamshire‘s borders whether that person was the intended to rural areas to spread violence, communities. how many officers in today‘s britain. i pounded the your area do you think would make a target of this attack. the police streets for my party and raised referred to as county lines. to, any fundamental change to the difference? well, we are currently are stressing there is nothing to money for my party and if my party say this was an attack on the deal on the table. it would be extra i think what we've seen, is going through a process of particularly over recent times, couegein say this was an attack on the college in general. it was directed assurances given in some sort of towards an individual and they say putting ukip into itself it is my is that we've recovered children recruiting about 250 extra officers legal form, whatever you want to from outside nottinghamshire who there is nothing to suggest there is were born and bred in nottingham. over the next year or so, but we can job to stand within the party and call it, and addendum, whatever, to any further danger facing the fight to bring it back to the centre go with that original document to college. this is a worrying and certainly, they've been used development at a time when there is ground. ithink try to placate uk concerns. and it only recruit at a certain pace over fight to bring it back to the centre ground. i think david cameron as part of a wider criminal network a national concern about rising leaving has definitely put the party to go and ply the trade that 12 month period, so we are not knife crime, and in one weekend a into reverse. i think theresa may‘s may also include a sort of road map going to get back to the numbers of selling drugs elsewhere. 17—year—old girl in london and a that we were seven or eight years style of leadership is very for the future, a mechanism to look we see probably about a third 17—year—old girl in london and a different and she does not listen. i ago. those numbers will start to 17—year—old boy in manchester both at alternative arrangements for of that group of people died asa 17—year—old boy in manchester both died as a result of knife attacks. think she fails to acknowledge when make a difference, but i would ireland, things like that. you are the brexit secretary there is a problem. she fails to who are certainly touched by either suggest we still need to go and the attorney general correct, no fundamental changes. knife crime, viole nt are on their way to meet the eu‘s tackle that problem head on and i crime or county lines. significantly more to get back to chief negotiator michel barnier what about the moves you are hearing in brussels this afternoon — think it‘s probably symptomatic of the 2000 or so that we‘ve lost, but they‘re trying to secure the way in which her leadership has from michel barnier? obviously legally—binding changes to theresa may‘s brexit deal that dealt with other matters, burying overshadowing all of this is a might get mps‘ backing in the house your head in the sand, which will home office figures u nless we the 2000 or so that we‘ve lost, but unless we get a significant uplift not make problems go away. ticking clock now. in nationalfunding, unless we get a significant uplift in national funding, that unless we get a significant uplift in nationalfunding, that isn‘t on of commons in a a week‘s time. yes, there is. and i think... sort the cards, i‘m afraid. show, out of a3 forces, in nationalfunding, that isn‘t on the cards, i'm afraid. everybody
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baroness warsi. accepts that the issue particularly of knife crime is a complex one, but we can now go to brussels to speak of some little positive hints that seen the highest number of knife is there a sense now that we are they might be trying to come up with to our correspondent adam fleming. labour mps have voiced concerns about the party‘s plans something here, and what you need to crime offences per head to appoint lord falconer remember is that at every point in there seems to be a lot of mixed to oversee its handling talking about a crime that is no of anti—semitism allegations. of population between april longer something we see amongst m essa 9 es there seems to be a lot of mixed messages coming out about whether the peer has been asked to review the whole brexit negotiation they are getting anywhere in these labour‘s internal complaints 2017 to march 2018. process, which has been strongly process , the whole brexit negotiation process, the eu has tried to deliver particular black youths or other at nottingham‘s queen‘s medical talks. criticised by some mps in the party something, a letter or a final the eu officials think, if you look who belive an external, little push or a final sort of hospital, one of the biggest areas of inner—city areas where it at the parliamentary timetable and trauma centres in the uk, the fact there will be another independent assessment is needed. concession or something to push doctors are seeing at least has been the primacy in the past? we meaningful vote on the whole brexit things forward and try to get over one person a week with now i take you to east london where severe knife injuries. deal next tuesday by the latest, the next hurdle. i think you can nearly every day, certainly every they work and pensions secretary other day, we‘re having someone come are now talking about a youth then the eu‘s view is, well, there amber rudd talks about health and assume something might come out in the next few days. the key question in who‘s been the victim of knife problem that is nationwide, and you violence, and they‘re seriously must be progress made in the next disability but taking questions from injured and need a procedure of one are seeing that first hand. the media. is, geoffrey cox will be here and go couple of days. in terms of what to sort or another in this hospital, problem that is nationwide, and you are seeing that first handlj problem that is nationwide, and you are seeing that first hand. i would agree with that, yes. i have back to london and eventually when and need to stay in this hospital discuss tonight, they will get here they agree, will it be in time for until we can get them better. and have dinner with michelle we hear around the assessments, they agree, will it be in time for barnier and steve barclay the brexit the vote next week and will be last year, medics at this hospital challenging application processes. resuscitated 28 children we are told it is not accessible and enough for him to be able to say to with serious knife wounds, secretary and geoffrey cox the a 50% increase compared introduced a safer communities fund attorney general are pursuing a that there are multiple difficulties the rest of parliament and those to the previous year. thatis introduced a safer communities fund that is made up from proceeds of similar strategy to the one from the i'd say my maximum i've ever seen is, in one night, crime funding, given out to groups, sceptical mps that this is nothing i had six stabbings. last couple of weeks. that is, in wrong information forms and to worry about and he is satisfied, and that was in a 12—hour period, inadequate training etc. i hear you changes to the political from seven till seven. £2.5 million of that in the last declaration, which sketch out the are keen to work through those particularly on the irish border so, yeah, it's certainly three orfour years, shape of the future relationship, a question. but the real difficulty increasing a lot. £2.5 million of that in the last three or four years, but that isn‘t issues and improve them. will you they are, i think, you can see, is commit to working with stakeholder people say this, people say that, a substitute for sustained funding road map for pursuing alternatives what is being asked for here is not but it was a 14—year—old boy. into youth services. clearly the to the backstop for both sides to in this park in nottinghamshire impact of social media, i am having organisations to input those changes being given. there is no time limit discuss after brexit, during the and there is no exit, unilateral is a memorial for the teenager at the beginning of a process, so jaden moodie, who was stabbed transition period. so there is even to death in east london exit mechanism for the uk. crucially four months ago. less likelihood the backstop would when we have new processes the it‘s a crime that has come in at the end of the transition left his local mp demanding work commissioned by huddersfield as well, the eu says... there is university, and the outcome will be
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period. and then those legal accessibility is embedded within action from the government them? an interesting question and as you already an exit process built into guarantees about how the backstop very interesting. school exclusions their withdrawal treaty, about the to treat knife crime with the same would actually work and crucially rightly say, relevant to me given my urgency as terrorism. i really do worry about, the numbers irish backstop provision. the how the uk would exit from it. it is experience. in fact we were just if a terrorist incident occurs, that are outside of mainstream difficulty is on the uk site seeing of course we should deal education that are being potentially talking earlier about accessibility with that really seriously, how it could ever be activated in but this is also something targeted to become victims and then all pretty complicated with lots of for blind people to jobs, which is a national crisis, talk about arbitration processes, talking earlier about accessibility for blind people tojobs, and talking earlier about accessibility for blind people to jobs, and the practice. that is not something they need for the process for application perpetrators of crime. there is a legal changes, protocols and all will fundamentally change here but an issue at the uk and for mps. a national emergency. social angle there, and again, that stuff. the thing to remember is to be accessible. in some cases, people have pointed to cuts in local what it will come down to is whether even though the companies themselves say they welcome applications from is that now an assumption there that although nottinghamshire police‘s geoffrey cox, the government‘s chief article 50 will have to be extended? knife crime unit is barely two years old, its chief constable says authority budgets that has made that lawyer, changes his legal advice to blind people, the application form does not ask for a cv but asks them the force is already turning an issue. where is the line between mps about the potential permanence the tide when it comes i think there is a strong belief to tackling violent crime. of the backstop or not. that is what to co m plete crime and what is essentially a does not ask for a cv but asks them to complete an online application that it i think there is a strong belief thatitis i think there is a strong belief i am absolutely committed this whole process will come down to form which is not accessible. there that it is highly likely, that might to attacking this issue, social or health issue here? that is is more we can do working with be the best way of putting it. that with all the means that we‘ve got. because that will be the signal to a very good question, and that‘s why mps it is now ok for them to vote businesses on a code basis or things now are so close to that date the home office tell us knife crime this approach has to be a whole for the deal, if geoffrey cox says volu nta ry is claiming too many young lives system approach and notjust one for businesses on a code basis or voluntary basis to get them to that even were everything to go his concerns about the permanence of understand the barriers that they and devastating communities. swimmingly from here on, i think policing. of course, policing has a are putting up. but of course i want there is a belief it is unlikely noel phillips, bbc the backstop have been addressed. now, steve barclay and geoffrey cox that all of the right legislation very important role to play in my department to be the exemplar in and everything could be put in place news, nottinghamshire. are not the only visitors michelle this, so i will make sure we look before the end of march to meet that enforcement, but also, that barnier is getting today. he has had let‘s speak to ray douglas, engagement issue that i mentioned a youth worker who works a few from northern ireland, a group again to ensure that our application on the minus violence programme earlier, which sadly we have lost, end of march date. not ruling it out of young people from the forms for support are accessible as but i think the eu side are starting to some extent in recent years, but organisation our future our choice, well. i think may be seeing you or to think, at the minimum, it could and joins us from birmingham. summary from your team tomorrow? entail a few weeks of time to sort fighting for a future brexit i'll to some extent in recent years, but i‘ll youth workers, for example, a you, alex. fantastic. that is out all those ducks and get them in lot of those people have referendum. what was michelle a row, but here they will not make what we have seen as this is not barnier —like as a person? advocacy. a question and meeting all disappeared, because we know a lot any move on that. that request will confined to a certain area of yes,
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it was lovely and it was nice he took the time to meet young people in one week. have to come from the government in of young people won‘t necessarily it isa confined to a certain area of yes, it is a guest problem across the turn up to a youth centre or engage country. definitely. what you are from northern ireland and he london asking the eu for it, and reiterated his commitment to the lam richard, ceo that you will want to know for how in some of those activities, and backstop, something massively in one week. i am richard, ceo of sense. we are that‘s why we need to have workers important to protect the futures of here for everyone with complex long and wide. young northern irish people. we were starting to see is the burning down in place who meet them on their disabilities and everyone deaf and 0k, long and wide. ok, thank you. that is damien very grateful for taking time out of blind. one comment and questions, grammatical is. territory and can understand some of his schedule to see us. and the comet as we should never theissues territory and can understand some of the issues that are going on. so, why did you want to remind him how forget disability benefits are a car giants toyota and bmw have both of society as the famous african good thing because they enable this really is a cross departmental important the backstop is for you? warned that a no—deal brexit could threaten the production proverb says, if you do not adopt for younger than irish people we people to live an independent life approach that needs to be taken. one don't want a return to the past, of their cars in the uk. and meet the additional costs of bmw says it could consider moving production of the mini between negotiators who have come away from its current people into the village they will disability, which i think you plant in oxfordshire. of the issues, particularly in here, young peoples voices are not recognise. my question is on meanwhile toyota says future investment at its factory always heard and young peoples faces near derby could be at risk. employment. and your more ambitious are not seen always so it is burn it down to feed its warmth. cities, that people are pointing to important young people come here to what you are seeing in the asa explain what young people want for anneliese dodds is the labour mp non—stereotypical communities as pockets of violence and we work cities, that people are pointing to as a loss in recent years is the targets... many people we support for oxford east, and has a bmw plant nationally and get to see this. are community police officer who sees their future. why do you think the backstop might really need more personalised and things and reports them at an early in her constituency. be under threat at all? intensive support. so how can you she‘s also a shadow we at some sort of tipping point stage, the prevention side that we assure us intensive support. so how can you assure us that this group won't be because it is all very well saying have lost with a cut in policing. with the rhetoric used with the er g treasury minister. and dup saying they really want to it is all about lack of police on left behind and that we also place good afternoon. absolutely. i am a big advocate of get rid of it, that is the red line good afternoon. the streets or there are not any that they want to get rid of it but equal premium on distance travel, i have a story here saying that you neighbourhood policing. and the fact community centres where young people that we‘ve had to really cut back on oi'i that they want to get rid of it but on the eu side they say, it is an see rules have been passed in can meet, is there one thing that looking that active citizenship, insurance policy we need. it is volunteering, work placements, parliament saying minis produced those neighbourhood policing teams over a number of years has meant looking at different transitions as you think is behind this dramatic really helpful and we loved to see that a lot of those connections and michelle barnier today and he was well as pure employment? could be sold abroad even in a no rise? i do not think the answer is firmly reiterating his commitment to thank you, many important points in till brexit, what happened because the backstop. the question. one about independence mike last week we finally got the binary. it is all of the things you relationships that were in place are did he give you clues about what the arrangements through from government have mentioned and more. you see the having to be virtually started again to ensure what is called type uk negotiators might get out of him
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is the key. making sure everybody and re—established. gathering that tonight? it was sort of saying that the has the independence to make their approval, granted in the uk or eu 27 intersection analogy of the tender intelligence, whether it is to backstop at the minute is not ideal. own choices and the point mark made side—effect of cuts and your would still apply if there was a enable a police officer or a pc so, no—deal brexit. in the introductory remarks about but of course that is just one tiny services, police, opportunities. it they don't want it as an insurance independence involving economic independence involving economic independence as well. sometimes element of what would be a problem policy. he was saying he wanted to often the most visible side of if there was need no—deal brexit. it is hard to start a riot if you have explain what the backstop meant to people say, why are you so focused on getting people into work and it got work in the morning. you have neighbourhood policing, is so is not even talking about the important, because they understand uk negotiators and put it in is partly because they then get the ta riffs is not even talking about the tariffs that might apply, nor about what is going on in some of our perspective for them so they can come round to acknowledging it is the customs chaos which would apply. half term coming up, where will not going to be permanent. economic independence people want. i neighbourhoods and connect to hopefully prevent some of these agree with your point that we have clearly those issues have still not to make sure people have other forms been resolved and it is for that crimes from happening in the first one person said the erd wanted to these young people go across the get rid of the backstop they are not reason i have consistently said this country for the next two weeks while place. good to talk to you. thank of work and other forms of voluntary government should not be persisting you very much for your time this saying that now, theyjust want with having no deal on the table. their parents are at work in some reassu ra nces saying that now, theyjust want reassurances that will not be work, so people can actually access cases? if you were sitting in permanent, that is what parliament afternoon. thank you. does this surprise you, this downing street and you had unlimited has voted for, isn‘t it? this because there are good pathways resources what would you do? how car giants toyota and bmw have both i think it is well and good to say available. i met people here earlier announcement from bmw today because would you tackle this? we have to warned that a no—deal brexit today who are taking advantage of mike to be honest it doesn't that but as young people living in could threaten the production northern ireland are futures are not enormously surprise me, although of their cars in the uk. that. access to work is a really bmw says it could consider moving bargaining chips, and i do not want obviously i am very sad to hear it. understand that we have had the production of the mini important part of the support that away from it‘s current to see young peoples lives who i you give to people to make sure that i know the people at the plant have reports, we have had a serious case plant in oxfordshire. have met, living on the border, meanwhile, toyota says future been worried for a long time about investment at its factory massively concerned about this, that they can do just that, access work. near derby could be at risk. they are being told their futures the prospect of that chaos, reviews, we have had almost decades, our business correspondent could be used to appease the erd or and i think the maximum amount is i remember there was a commission in jonty bloom told me why these particularly with customs. the announcements have come now. capped at the moment at £57,000. we the dup or anyone factory is a sophisticated one and 2009 chaired by cherie blair, we could be used to appease the erd or the dup oranyone in could be used to appease the erd or the dup or anyone in parliament, could be used to appease the erd or the dup oranyone in parliament, it is not right and not the way every single mini is produced for an politics should work for young spent £110 million on it in the past they don‘t like the idea of brexit. individual customer. that means the have had time to reflect on this, if people. year, so i recognise the importance do you trust these brexit secretary of place on making sure people processes have to operate in a we are going to address it as a and attorney general? are the acting smooth manner and so all the public health issue than we have to in good faith? sometimes go long distances to concerns that every manufacturer has invest in it, and that the jargon lam sure in good faith? i am sure they are acting in good faith but what is for the best for had about customs issues potentially and hiding behind the statements,
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the country, in terms of brexit, access their work. if there is no deal are particularly liken it to a disease. it is a there is the possibility of delays obviously now the deal has not at border is in huge costs. the passed through parliament, it has no i manage a support to work service, acute at bmw here. i was not forest fire, more than a disease, real majority or way out of the break in the forest fire is my team work on a daily basis with enormously surprise but obviously i components arrive at the point where parliament, sol something we have to focus on and they are about to be used and they real majority or way out of parliament, so i think really the only democratic thing to happen now, disabled people and i know how volu nta ry disabled people and i know how am disappointed. don‘t have the warehouse incapable much like the good friday agreement voluntary employment support is my am disappointed. my cynical, but the timing is important but how difficult thatis something we have to focus on and that is education, investment, of keeping all the parts and sent to peoples homes, is to sign sanctions are for disabled people. i interesting. the voters in a weak‘s making it more statutory. np the deal back to the people. i think time and it is clearly meant to put components necessary to keep wanted to ask if you will look production going. call me cynical, thatis the deal back to the people. i think that is the best and most democratic carefully at this voluntary pressure on mps like yourself to solution to this. maybe think about just but a week before this crucial vote speaking about extremism and how we employment model as part of the no in the house of commons, who do you the worst solution would be no deal pressure on mps like yourself to maybe think aboutjust doing this think they are aiming this message conditionality test you talked about deal. at all, way worse for northern earlier? in my experience the people at bmw respond, there can be no at? obviously at the government and i‘m glad you acknowledge the fact we ireland, than tweaks to the proposed and are trialling a new and the people who work at the afterthoughts. schools, public mps, trying to persuade them to vote backstop. i don't think we should system i referred to in my speech, factory in my constituency, all a000 sector spaces, all of us, the media, for the withdrawal agreement. as i compare the situation to the of them, are not politicians. they have a role to play in this. this is said, they would much rather brexit worst—case scenario and we have a good deal at the minute, remaining, where people who are having are obviously many of their didn‘t happen at all, but they disabilities start with no where young people know what the conditionality, and we will want to mechanics and engineers, and they certainly don‘t want a cliff edge. learn from that to see how well it arejust a crime and urgency. that is what it future will be like and how their mechanics and engineers, and they are just looking at what the system security is at the border, works in terms of getting the right might be like if there is a no—deal is. a knife attack is a crime. a they don‘t know what will be brexit, and i have talked this everything is in place. there is no outcome, and giving, i think, through with them and they are health emergency follows because you happening next month at the border, point comparing it to the worst—case works in terms of getting the right outcome, and giving, ithink, the main thing is perhaps the individual really worried about the impact on have to treat the victims. but the and without withdrawal agreement, scenario because i think it is a the confidence that the work coach they do. bmw is talking about moving very poor standard to set yourself. is there to help them and support the production processes. the huge, knife element is the end of them. i know you have done this work huge delays they would have something else that you can talk engine production capacity from you guys are campaigning for another andi potentially in just getting cars about issues around trauma, adverse them. i know you have done this work and i will take a look at that birmingham to and even the brexit referendum, presumably to certainly is well, and want to make into where they need to go in terms have the result reversed, so the uk sure that the outcome is that we of the right markets and getting the possibility of considering closing stays in. donald tusk the president childhood experiences, deprivation. finalise on a combination that we parts into the plant in the first the cowley plant. that is 5500 jobs of the european council a few weeks place. these people are not, i don‘t have been able to demonstrate and the knife unfortunately at the end ago said he has given up hope that get good feedback from as well. think any way, trying to make a directly in the uk between them, thank you. some questions... from result of something that went prior many thousands more indirectly there would be another referendum in political point at all. to that. if you are going to tackle there would be another referendum in
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the uk. are you picking up that do you get the impression if the through components and parts. we message in brussels that they don‘t deal does go through, that threat is have heard from several car think it will happen and you will the symptoms, you have to address companies already, and as i said in not get your other vote? chris? the telegraph. two quick questions. lifted? obviously there would still be a lot the introduction, they did not blame the symptoms, you have to address the cause, but as you say there are no. i think because in the uk, as you said some people feel like they of concerns around issues like brexit for reasons of closing down are being put on trial by the dup... customs processes and certainly i she said earlier, the deal has not have said we need to have a customs honda and others, it is a global so many aspects. this is so complex. union with the rest of the eu if we issue and car production is passed. parliamentary support is not of course it is complex. the last there unless they reduce the are union with the rest of the eu if we changing. it is, and we have seen dwp! a re really union with the rest of the eu if we are really going to have seamless backstop but we have messages that oak—wood slip. i will rephrase that. —— signs of that. there will be a new customs processes. but clearly it is reports i looked at, a tax pair the backstop will not be changed. we electric cat mac mini, and the motor see the only fair way, again, as she having a deal of some form better will be made in austria. the engine said, like the good friday oak—wood slip. i will rephrase that. -- awkward slip. than no deal? of course it is and it capacity plant just outside so do you think they are trying to birmingham did not win that agreement, people are given the deal damage the party don‘t make a nasty is reckless of the government to cost, married with the investment of persist with keeping no deal on the contract, so things like those at document to have the say, do you party on benefits... table. today‘s news just shows quite how we respond to it, how be wa nt to the report says you have been gagged long—term issues are a factor. we at document to have the say, do you 00:12:30,700 --> 2147483051:43:00,438 want to remain or leave? 2147483051:43:00,438 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 how prevented, we work in primary how much reveal world impact the win some contracts and not others. by numberten and schools and some of the the report says you have been gagged by number ten and there could be conversations we have in primary all these manufacturers have been sexist behaviour of your stance on government‘s political approach to warning that brexit just schools, never mind secondary schools, never mind secondary all these manufacturers have been warning that brexitjust makes it less likely they will invest in the brexit. this is having on real people. schools and colleges, some of your uk. it makes it more difficult to i think thank you forjoining us. this pa rents would schools and colleges, some of your parents would be horrified. secondly brexit. ithinki brexit. i think i can contradict the second pa rt i think i can contradict the second justify building new models in the part of that sentence by my presence iam parents would be horrified. secondly i am sitting in the city in my home uk, and in this extreme case, they the french president, emmanuel macron, has proposed say that if it goes really badly, here, speaking freely about the a series of reforms to ensure town where we lost three teenagers issue that matters most to me, which they would have to consider whether the future of the european union. within ten days. all three incidents they would have to consider whether in an article being published they kept the plant open in the uk. issue that matters most to me, which in newspapers across europe, is work and pensions in my agenda mr macron has called for the reform within ten days. all three incidents and in my subject area. and on the within two miles of each other. that of the eu‘s passport—free schengen is the tipping point. we are seeing area, the establishment of an agency first point, what i acknowledge there is that it is an imperfect to protect the bloc against cyber the brexit secretary across the country more tragedies and the attorney general are meeting attacks, and a ban on the financing the eu‘s chief negotiator system to some people and i think it of european political michel barnier in brussels this parties by foreign powers. afternoon.
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isa system to some people and i think it is a mistake to look at the we can speak to our paris andi they‘re trying to secure difficulties that are in the system across the country more tragedies and i want politicians, media, legally—binding changes at the moment and say, do you know, to theresa may‘s brexit deal that practitioners, parents, teachers, we might get mps‘ backing in the house correspondent hugh schofield now. before the tories or before have to have a long hard look in the of commons in a week‘s time. universal credit, it was perfect. it let‘s talk to our europe mirrorand have to have a long hard look in the mirror and see how we are responding correspondent, damian grammaticas, was far from perfect. what is interesting about this is to this. i do not know if you had who is in brussels for us. universal credit, it was perfect. it was farfrom perfect. six universal credit, it was perfect. it was far from perfect. six different this is a direct message from the there is an awful lot at stake in benefits, three different places, these talks, and time is running french president to the citizens of nowhere near the same personal the metropolitan police commissioner the eu. but she said there was a link to the out. absolutely, and we were just engagement. it is imperfect at the number of police officers on the moment and we can make huge hearing about quite a lot that is at improvements, which is what i am yes, and it is very much in the streets and the number of violent starting to do. do not think we are crimes. if there are more police sta ke, hearing about quite a lot that is at stake, these big investment context of two things. one, his decisions, businesses staring at that date of the 29th of march, the replacing a perfect world. we are emergence from a crisis of the officers walking around birmingham a lwa ys replacing a perfect world. we are always improving and i hope that as yellow vests, which we have all been always improving and i hope that as or anywhere, is that going to mean end of the month, and not knowing a government we will be able to show what is going to happen beyond that. following for the last few months, thatis a government we will be able to show that is a really important part of oui’ that is a really important part of our values, looking after the most which is beginning to wane and is youngsters will be less inclined to so, can what will happen here change walk around the streets with knives certainly declining. he feels he has at? we don‘t know. we do know that vulnerable. thank you. yes. got through that and the poll where they might get stopped? naturally they will be less inclined the attorney general in the brexit thank you. sky news. just to pick up ratings are beginning to spark but any police officer will tell you looking positive. there is a lot of secretary have been here, talking to you cannot arrest your way out of oi'i thank you. sky news. just to pick up favourable reaction to his debate, on that point, you have acknowledged the eu to try to get some of those the grant debate, getting the knife crime. any senior police that universal credit has contributed to people going to food officer, especially retired ones. banks. you just said that disabled country to get through the yellow that is one way. we are talking changes theresa may wanted to the people facing assessments for like vest crisis. that means he is able backstop arrangement. what will they they are on trial. at what point do to turn its attention to one of the about the 300 million plus we have get? nothing substantive to change big themes of his presidency, the actual arrangement as agreed you think an apology might be between the negotiators as long ago europe. and it is a return to the necessary for the language your as last year. the eu is not going to withdrawn from youth services. the party has perpetuated around benefit language, the high—flying language solution is not binary. we have to do that, so they are not negotiating claimants being scroungers, skivers, that he uses a lot from the start. bring this research and knowledge changes to the withdrawal agreement,
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the idea of the feckless poor? you the second thing is the european together and once central role it think there must be an as far as we understand. what we acknowledgement at some point this elections coming up now on the out like a public issue with the think they are talking about is some has contributed to these problems. horizon, three months away. this is secondly, if i may come on brexit, investment with the long—term sort of additional letter that could really his opening salvo in that. it sustainability and we will see a if next week the prime minister's reduction. or else what happens if be legal assurances in which the eu is an election which he sees himself deal does not pass the meaningful thatis as representing one of two major reduction. or else what happens if that is not done? we have a 7296 says, we don‘t want to keep this for vote, if the government were to whip in favour of a no—deal brexit, could forces, the other of which will be ever, and on top of that, a plan for increase when i am sitting. knife how it would look at future you stay in cabinet? of course the populists, the technologies that might take the tom, i don‘t recognise the first pa rt pro—brexit types across europe, the border away, that sort of thing. the tom, i don‘t recognise the first part of that question, the way you bends, they are not working, what people who want to do down the describe some language that has been works is the interface between question will be, geoffrey cox‘s the used in the past is not the way the visionary insight... what she wants communities and practitioners and party operates at all. i think it to embody. heavy piece belt, at the epicentre he uses the phrase take back interpretation of that as attorney should be reasonable for a secretary control. of this how the capacity built of state to speak frankly about well, yes. what is interesting for general. the eu‘s position is that communities so they themselves can me in this letter is not that he is support each other and respond. look exceptions in the system and exceptions in the system and exceptions that i refer to in the once again waxing lyrical about at the trauma that has been left in the uk would not necessarily be europe. he has done that for... ever system, an exception about a trapped because there is already, in these communities, the bereavement, disabled person feeling they have since he came on our... since he who is supporting around that? a the withdrawal text agreed weeks been put on trial. i can acknowledge ago, a mechanism to end the whole if that happens, i want everybody to became the public notice. what is holistic public health response backstop process. the difficulty for have a better experience. i think it allows us to have a holistic interesting, compared to previous the uk is that the way to do that is is disappointing if the secretary of outpourings on europe, is now the response. thank you. either to prove the technology state must come out and say, 100% of emphasis is very much on not exists that means you don‘t need what we do is perfect. i am saying border controls, and it doesn‘t at the moment. the eu is clear about there are things we need to improve emphasising protection or defence or because we have made improvements security. there is not one mention that. or there is a trade deal of andi
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because we have made improvements and i am going to continue to make in this letter, for example, of the some sort in the future, but it has sure that we do. as far as the deal euro zone or budgetary alignment or to bea some sort in the future, but it has to be a pretty close one to remove the need for boarders and border tax alignment or anything like that. those objects which have tended to in a moment will be told what‘s hot is concerned next week... i hope and believe the deal will get through, and what‘s not in the business news. checks. —— it is down to what put people off and make people think first a look at the headlines they are entering a kind of on afternoon live. straitjacket. in other languages the met police commissioner, with help from all parties, cressida dick, contradicts potentially. and we will have to see very much of defence, of this agency what happens today after if it does the prime minister — to ward off cyberattacks, of defence saying there is a link not. but i am planning for a between a rise in knife crime and cuts in police numbers. geoffrey cox decides and mps in toyota and bmw issue stark warnings successful tuesday, making sure we and security treaty, to which are about the impact a no—deal parliament. this do get the deal, because mps, written might be aligned afterwards. brexit would have on their plants the equalities and businesses... i think the whole in the uk — including the famous human rights commissio are investigating the complaints of protecting europeans against mini factory in oxfordshire. country is mostly hoping that we can the former conservative of anti semtism raised get the deal through and get on with foreign companies that act against chair — baroness warsi — says the party is in denial by the jewish labour movement. the next stage. and people like about islamophobia the interest of europe. the whole and says theresa may myself and other secretaries of language has changed and i think has failed to deal with thatis language has changed and i think that is very much are not in the it. the dossier which was submitted here‘s your business in november is based on hundreds state have put 100% of their time headlines on afternoon live. direction of the kind of populist struggling department store chain of individual cases of alleged anti behind what really matters in their debenhams has issued another semitism compiled by profit warning as sales the jewish labour movement. department, which for me is making camp, and an admission that he needs continue to fall. meanwhile the former chairman sure we help the most vulnerable. the retailer says like—for—like of the conservative party, sales at the firm in the six months baroness warsi, has accused to draw people over from that camp the party of being institutionally to march were down 5.3%. islamophobic and has again called by adopting this kind of language, it‘s also warned that forecasts for an independent inquiry into the issue. yes. rather than the more, shall we say, for the year ahead will come our assistant political editor in lower than expected. norman smith exlained why she was making these points now. visionary language of federalism and the former boss of nissan, hello, dan blum from the daily carlos ghosn, has been granted mirror. in order to reform the work moving on to new integration and the bail by a tokyo court. capability assessments, you are end of nations, which quite clearly the sense of frankly exasperation she has now towards the conservative having to extend the current he understands now people do not contract having to extend the current co nt ra ct by having to extend the current but it‘s been set at one billion yen contract by more than a year with want. — that‘s around £7 million. party and its failure to address describes brexit as the biggest
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japanese media reports said crisis since the second world war, he could be released maximus. given what you said about as far as europe is concerned, and as early as tuesday. allegations of anti—semitism, she he is very scathing and very rude mr ghosn has been charged says, and an almost daily basis she tribunals and you are not happy with with financial misconduct but has consistently denied any wrongdoing. the number overturned, is it fair to about those who were behind brexit. plans to cap the costs of buying is now referring cases of the number overturned, is it fair to anti—semitism to the party. when i the claimants and taxpayer to be he is. quite controversially, it domestic goods including handing many millions more pounds to tvs and fridges through so—called rent—to—own shops have been asked why nothing was being done... confirmed by the city watchdog. this operator and to continue this seems to be. he is more than contract as it is now for more than the financial conduct authority will limit how much implying, saying directly that the interest customers pay to no more than the product‘s cost. a year? and if i may quickly, the benefit so if a cooker costs £300, fault lies in the people who told they will pay no more freeze was confirmed in its final than £300 interest on top lies to the british people in the of the purchase price. she suggested the party had gone form last night. some firms had been brexit debate. we know that backwards since theresa may became do you regret that you won't able to leader, whereas under david cameron stop it for this coming year and can politicians in europe think this. we there had been a huge move to charging much more. you guarantee it will be stopped next year? know this. he is saying it more or you will know there are no plans... less openly that the real danger we will leave that and keep an ear it isa it is a pretty stark warning from on that if there are any more lies not only to europe but the lies bmw and toyota. they want to avoid a on the responsibility of those who reach out,... important things and we will bring did not speak the truth in the reach out, . .. have reach out,... have a listen to her them to you. it is that time of the talking about it. i have been day to look at the weather. brexit debate, and how well the british to react if they want told raising this issue for over three the truth about peace in ireland and on shrove tuesday with frozen new deal brexit. for then it would years. i've raised it with three about leaving the single market. he successive chair men, i wrote to the pancakes. i am excited about this. cause confusion and cost money is saying pretty directly the because car companies rely heavily prime minister about it nearly two do you know how much we stress about british were lied to and that is why on frictionless trade between borders to bring in and remove car years ago, i have submitted a finding something exciting for you what happened happened. that is andi finding something exciting for you and i love this. ice pancakes. parts to make the cars. so what the plethora of cases, brought these to strong stuff. bosses have been seeing today as the attention of the party, and yet thank you very much. hugh schofield the attention of the party, and yet the party continues to be in denial
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genuinely a feature. it usually they want to see some sort of deal, about the extent of the problem. happens in the arctic or antarctic some sort of clarity, on what is what do they save when you cite but this is in braemar, where we get going to happen at the end of march. in paris, where emmanuel macron is speaking ina in paris, where emmanuel macron is cases? that they will deal with each temperatures of the water low enough the warning is so stark the boss of cases? that they will deal with each to form ice crystals and then a speaking in a moment. case as it arises, but they have not bmw has also said they are little bit of circulation in the dealt with members of parliament who water, ripples on the water allow you‘re watching afternoon live. considering moving engine production these are our headlines: out of birmingham to austria if thoseice have retweeted tommy robinson, who water, ripples on the water allow those ice crystals to pump together, the met police commissioner, cressida dick contradicts there is a new deal scenario and known as frazzle. the prime minister — have retweeted tommy robinson, who saying there is a link have made islamophobic comments, who between a rise in knife crime possibly closing the cowley plant in did you make this up? have made islamophobic comments, who have hosted islamophobics in the and cuts in police numbers. oxford which makes the many. houses of parliament, who have made idid not toyota and bmw issue stark warnings did you make this up? i did not make it up, google it. about the impact a no—deal warnings from both of those men. they are called ice pancakes. they brexit would have on their plants in the uk — including the famous can be as large as a0 centimetres in mini factory in oxfordshire. vile comments that muslims should the former conservative earlier our business correspondent talked to the boss of toyota. chair — baroness warsi — not be in public life, should be diameter. obviously not in braemar says the party is in denial about islamophobia removed from our schools, should be but stunning. and says theresa may has someone said they look like soggy failed to deal with it. thrown off bridges, should be deported simply for raising the prawn crackers. i get that. in sport the welsh rugby players issue of islamophobia. it goes on iam not prawn crackers. i get that. union described proposals to merge if it becomes more difficult i am not sure i would eat one with in terms of duties sugar and lemon but there you go. the scarlett‘s and the ospreys is or hurdles in trading, and on, linked groups, members. then it is very difficult to think deeply concerning. if given the there is no sense of transparency ice pancakes. it is shrove tuesday. go—ahead the two sides could join about the future. of course short term we can overcome about what the process is, no detail seamless. forces as early as next season. these problems with logistics or whatever but we need to think on the numberof about what the process is, no detail brilliant. what about... chelsea launched an appeal with fifa about what is the long—term on the number of cases that have effect if this is not been dealt with. no details on who against the one—year transfer ban materialising correctly? come on, sound enthusiastic. looking further down the line, imposed for breaching rules burnaston is safe at the moment, is suspended or expelled. what is what about the weather? so we see regarding the signing of youth fascinating is that she is a former what is going on. players. last month the club were it has work at the moment, but is there a chance that work not as much enthusiasm over the issued with a two window could dry up in years to come? weather. it is cloudy. it was registration ban and fined over the the long—term effect could be that party chairman, a party loyalist, glorious coming in but look what happened in cornwall in the last equivalent of 29 players aged under if it is very negative that that and yet she is making those very
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outcome is possible, strong claims, and you can only feel hours, an indication of what is to 18. and can include‘s women make but of course we are still hoping. there is a symmetry between the we have invested in come. the tight has come in. our facilities there. history tonight? they take onjapan we would like to avoid that the tight has come in. the tide coming in and turning wet by improving our competitiveness allegations in the labour party over ina and windy. shall i tell you about history tonight? they take onjapan in a jubilee history tonight? they take onjapan in ajubilee cup tie, but if the hurdle is becoming anti—semitism and jeremy corbyn‘s history tonight? they take onjapan in a jubilee cup tie, with a so high that you cannot achieve that it? here we go, wet and windy history tonight? they take onjapan in ajubilee cup tie, with a win guaranteeing our first piece of alleged failure to tackle that and then of course you cannot avoid it. weather on its way into the silverware for the lionesses. and i south—west. it has been wet so far the emerging allegations of will be back with more than the islamophobia in the conservative today up into scotland, so if you stories at half past three. party and the failure of brandon wa nted today up into scotland, so if you wanted to go down to the beach had lewis and the leadership to deal with those. to look through the cold window. as we have heard from other car you see clearly. some showers companies like jaguar land rover and you‘re watching afternoon live. persistent today, moving out of these are our headlines: the world of politics, and update honda saying it is not a brexit the met police commissioner, northern ireland across the scottish cressida dick, contradicts borders and they will continue coming from the equalities and human the prime minister, through the rest of the afternoon, saying there is a link issue, it is a problem with the between a rise in knife crime but if we just meander downwards to rights commission now investigating global car market. and cuts in police numbers. allegations of anti—semitism in the toyota and bmw issue stark warnings the south—west, this cloud i showed labour party. this move follows a dossier of there is overproduction in the about the impact a no—deal brexit you enter cornwall starting to bring would have on their global car market, issues with plants in the uk, rain. it is a rather deep area of complaints submitted by the jewish diesel cars, these have some sort of including the famous mini factory in oxfordshire. low pressure making wet and windy the former conservative chair labour movement. the political baroness warsi says the party is in denial about islamophobia, weather. this one producing showers editor norman smith is in play and decision—making for and says theresa may has into scotland, this one the player westminster. this just piles failed to deal with it. car—makers but important to point through the night tonight. it moves its way up from the south—west, a pressure on considerable pressure out that brexit uncertainty is what already there. is affecting decision—making in the blanket of cloud and wind and rain, it does but it is worth saying the right across the country overnight. uk. equalities and human rights some news on consumer that will prevent us temperatures commission are not yet investigating spending habits. the welsh rugby players union has barclaycard has released figures falling to low. gusts of wind widely the labour party but they are investigating complaints put to them described proposals to merge a0 or 50 on consumer spending. falling to low. gusts of wind widely a0 or50 mph, may be by the jewish labour movement, scarlets and ospreys as deeply falling to low. gusts of wind widely a0 or 50 mph, may be 50 falling to low. gusts of wind widely investigating complaints put to them by thejewish labour movement, who compiled this dossier, which confusing. it could happen as early
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a0 or50 mph, may be 50 mph falling to low. gusts of wind widely a0 or 50 mph, may be 50 mph plus. only the far north will keep those consists of hundreds of cases of consumer spending growth drops clear skies and temperatures falling as next season. chelsea have lodged an appeal with fifa against their just below freezing here, but individual labour party members who to 1.2 % year on year in feb. elsewhere it is not going to be a feel they have witnessed or been one—year transfer ban imposed for very pleasant start, i am afraid, they are worried about the future for your wednesday morning. we look breaching rules regarding the at more detail. if you are out in subject to anti—semitism. one figure and the economy and how it will in thejewish signing of youth players. last subject to anti—semitism. one figure in the jewish labour movement subject to anti—semitism. one figure in thejewish labour movement site the rush hour, that area of low in total there were about 700 affect their future wealth and month, they were issued a two window complaints and they had put a test whether or not to stockpile goods and items. we can speak to someone pressure, plenty of isobars around. case of those to the equalities and we keep those winds going. so human rights commission back in from ba rclayca rd. tell ban. can england‘s women make through northern ireland and central november. they are now looking at scotland, there will continue to be those complaints to decide whether and items. we can speak to someone from barclaycard. tell me how you they should launch a formal can about the survey of consumer heavy rain. also some snow as well history tonight? they take onjapan investigation into the labour party spending. what is the criteria? what and they have not done that yet and above a00 metres. i suspect by early i‘m told the reporter is not are you looking at? we see almost morning across the northern isles, with a win guaranteeing a first we keep these clear skies. here are imminent but it just piece of silverware for them. i‘m told the reporter is not imminent but itjust adds to the sense of the pressure now on the half the nation‘s credit and debit a touch of frost but snow above a00 metres in the mountains of scotland. ca rd half the nation‘s credit and debit card transactions so we look at the rain pretty heavy, gust of wind anti—semitism allegations and of where people are spending their card course it comes as there is mounting money and we analyse the trends on 50 mph plus. northern ireland and the back of that. what are the all but one of 37 northern england, not a great questions over whether the man who investigations into recent allegations, that police covered up morning either. behind it, a jeremy corbyn and others would hope figures tell us about the state of mind of uk consumers? we are child abuse in the past, clea ra nce. have found insufficient evidence morning either. behind it, a clearance. some showers developing in quitea would put to bed all these clearance. some showers developing in quite a lot of cloud around. complaints, lord faulkner, charged beginning to see consumers still windy across england and with taking over the complaints connecting those wider political and to support the claims. wales. not a great morning, not like this morning with those beautiful process , with taking over the complaints process, oversight of it, whether he this the westminster strand clear blue skies and sunshine. actually will take up the job economic events with their own of the independent inquiry into child sexual abuse is examining plenty showers continuing into the because a number of jewish whether there was a culture actually will take up the job because a number ofjewish labour in westminster of trying to shield afternoon. sunny spells and people of public prominence scattered showers and some of them mps today have expressed serious from proper investigation. our correspondent kathryn
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across england and wales could be circumstances so half of consumers heavy and thundery as well. if you disquiet about his independence and the independence of anyone is at the inquiry. dodge the showers and keep the associated with jeremy are saying they believe brexit will lots of claims and no evidence, sunshine you might actually see the independence of anyone associated withjeremy corbyn, it seems. one of the labour mps have a negative impact not only on the uk economy but on their finances basically. today marked the first temperatures up to 15 celsius but suggested the entire complaints and that is starting to impact the day of three weeks of evidence procedure in the labour party now way they behave in terms of looking scotla nd temperatures up to 15 celsius but scotland staying dismal. the rain has to be taken out of the labour for discounts and cutting back on looking at how the political continues to ease away and it is party and handed over to an spending. where are they cutting back on spending? big ticket items establishment, police and security cold with it. the winds are coming independent body. but you just get orfood or back on spending? big ticket items from the north and the the sense frankly of a complete or food or petrol? overall spend services handled claims of historic north—westerly winds will start to sex abuse, and whether or not there push the milder air across the near breakdown in relations between the continent, so as we move into growth at 1.2%. if we look at is any evidence at all of a thursday, it is going to be cover—up. we have been hearing today noticeably colder. that means some jewish labour movement and jewish discretionary spend it is at 0.8%. of the rain as it runs down through labour mps jewish labour movement and jewish labourmps and jewish labour movement and jewish labour mps and jeremy corbyn and those around him. the north sea coast could turn from the independent office of increasingly wintry to higher something else interesting happening declining spending in key ground. drier and brighter to the police conduct, talking through 37 today, the electoral commission. categories, clothing, electronics, south but not particularly one with according to chuck and the owner, department stores. while the separate investigations into those it on thursday. looks likely to be talks to make as independent group potential cover—up allegations five up to seven or eight celsius of mps, he is their spokesman, but experience economy was a real driver carried out by the metropolitan into the north of scotland. highest to make this group a formal party. and engine of the economy in 2018 we police, relating to cases in the value 11 celsius in the south. as we are beginning to see consumers close up this week and move into the 70s, 80s and 90s, and they come from changing their behaviour so a string of allegations made from early and tentative steps and a long beginning to cut back on hotels and weekend, pretty windy at times. showers and sunshine around at first and slow process before they get up former police officers, journalists even pubs and restaurants. you show and social workers in more recent and slow process before they get up and running because they have and then it turns increasingly wet indicated pretty clearly that they times. many of them have a common and then it turns increasingly wet wa nt to indicated pretty clearly that they want to keep things loose at the that people are saying they are and windy. theme of some kind of investigation moment. to attract potential stockpiling more. what are they which was stopped at some point when it became obvious that a person of defectors from different parties. stockpiling? one in five consumers they don‘t want to be too specific public prominence was involved. and about the sort of party they are. what we heard today was that all but they are looking at a comparatively say they are stockpiling goods and
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long time frame before they actually thatis say they are stockpiling goods and that is likely to be nonperishable one of those 37 investigations had establish themselves as a party. at items, everyday items like canned the same time, it is worth pointing found insufficient evidence to goods and things that will not go support any claim of a cover—up. 23 out the squeeze being put on them in off, basically. thank you. no evidence found of allegations, parliament by labour, who are seeking to get their members remove eight because it could not be from select committees because they obtained. the historic nature of we re from select committees because they were appointed to select committees, much of this evidence makes it this is bbc news — yes, as labour members and they are debenhams share price was down 1.5% our latest headlines. difficult. 15 they discovered that the met police commissioner, no longer labour members. there is a cressida dick, contradicts the prime minister — move no longer labour members. there is a m ove blu ntly they had found evidence that saying there is a link no longer labour members. there is a move bluntly to put them off the and it is now a 2.5%, one of the big between a rise in knife crime select committees. they are, if you undermined those allegations. the one that they did find evidence for like, in the worst now. they may not and cuts in police numbers. folders on the london market after relates to an incident in the 1980s toyota and bmw issue stark warnings have formed themselves into a about the impact a no—deal brexit where a senior officer entered a separate party but they are feeling would have on their plants the heat following the decision to cell containing evidence from our in the uk, including the famous defect and set themselves up as this mini factory in oxfordshire. announcing that profit or loss. ted child abuse enquiry. that officer is independent group. baker also falling. now dead, so no further action can be taken. but they went through some the former conservative chair — what about baroness warsi because baroness warsi — says the party is in denial about islamophobia she has said these things about publicly prominent cases this and says theresa may has islamophobia in the tory party morning which we have been waiting failed to deal with it. before? iamjust i am just hearing thatjohn burgo forfor a while. i was struck talking to her this has told mps he is going to write to afternoon, the sense of exasperation the protection officer to confirm morning which we have been waiting for for a while. operation aspen, the first cervical screening advertising campaign she now has towards the conservative the case of a boy who went missing in england is launched, as the numbers of women attending that a peterborough mp is subject to tests hits a 20—year low. party and its failure to address a recall petition. earlier today she in1981, the case of a boy who went missing in 1981, laterfound the case of a boy who went missing in 1981, later found dead, the case of a boy who went missing in 1981, laterfound dead, and his allegations of anti—semitism. she father said that he was found up by says on almost a daily basis she is someone anonymous and was given some had lost her opportunity to appeal against the conviction for perjury, information that wasn‘t acted upon.
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dozens of people are still missing now referring cases of he alleged a link between his son‘s after a series of tornadoes swept anti—semitism, to which it seems through alabama on sunday. nothing is being done by the party. also coming up — the island she had served three months in on the brink of disappearing — when i said, why is nothing being disappearance and the elm guest prison and was released a couple of housein as water levels rise. done? she said, welcome often for no days ago and she has been told she disappearance and the elm guest house in london, at the centre of a good reason beyond, i haven‘t felt cannot appeal that and in the last number of claims. the person who any form properly or something like made the phone call was traced and was found to have mental health sport now on afternoon live that. she also suggested the party few minutes the commons speaker has with holly hamilton. problems. operation beach, a claim and it‘s a worrying had frankly gone backwards since told mps he is going to suggest a bya time for welsh rugby? problems. operation beach, a claim by a retired superintendent that he theresa may became leader, whereas recall petition of the mp fiona under david cameron there was a huge was carrying out an enquiry that‘s right. this is all around move to reach out. under theresa may surveilling the mp cyril smith, and some talk of a merger between two of onasanya. that enquiry was stopped because of she talked about the ukip process of recall petition of the mp fiona onasa nya. saying there recall petition of the mp fiona onasanya. saying there should be a by—election in peterborough. we will bring you more on that as we get it. potential political fallout. the ayo wales‘ most successful teams, the pc says there is no corroborative ospreys and scholars. if these the tiny indian island of ghoramara, evidence at all of that, and no proposals get the go—ahead. it is the conservative party, having a damaging impact on support for the which sits in a delta by the bay of bengal, other officers recall that tory party. listen to her talking is gradually sinking. about it. climate change has caused waters operation, let alone measures to called project reset, it also in the area to rise rapidly, stop it. in the next few weeks, the i have been raising this issue now and people who have lived for over three years enquiry will hear in person from there for generations are fleeing. some of the people who have made and i have raised it devina gupta reports. proposes a new team in north wales with three successive chairmen. as well. i wrote to the prime minister trapped by the waters about it nearly two years ago that are taking away his these allegations. yesterday, senior counsel to this enquiry said there and i have submitted a plethora livelihood and home. of cases, brought them to the attention of the party, it also proposes a new team in north wales. yet the party continues to be remained outstanding public concerns but it‘s this idea of in denial about the for this a3—year—old, there is no escaping about any kind of political a new ospreys/scarlets combined team extent of the problem. the effects of climate change. what do they say that‘s worried some people. when you cite cases? we have no details on what the team he could be the last establishment cover—up of past child they say they will deal with each sex abuse. would be called, where it would play case as it arises but they haven't of his generation to live on this or who the coach would be. island of ghoramara in eastern dealt with members of parliament india. police are investigating suspicious
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what we do know is that who have retweeted tommy robinson he knows it is sinking. packages found near three major the welsh rugby players and they haven't dealt with members transport hubs in london. association isn‘t too happy. officers found packages they‘ve described the proposals of parliament who have near heathrow airport in hounslow, as deeply concerning for made islamophobic comments. translation: there are more floods near city airport in newham, the livelihoods of players in wales now, and the water level is rising. and at waterloo station. and their families. they have not dealt the incidents occurred within two and they‘ve said the uncertainty with members of parliament my farmland is all in the water. who hosted islamophobes i have to catch fish to survive. hours of each other. could lead to a swathe of players police do not yet know being lost to welsh rugby. it‘s also the timing of this that‘s in the houses of parliament. more than 50% of the land here has if they are linked. concerned many people — they have not dealt with councillors the station and airpots are open bear in mind that wales are two and candidates who made vile disappeared underwater games away from winning comments like, muslims should the six nations grand slam — not be in public life, many of that team made up or muslims should be in the last 20 years, and operating as normal. removed from our schools, thrown off leaving only a.5 square kilometres. of scarlets and ospreys players. bridges, scientists say global warming so perhaps not the distraction they need right now ahead is melting snow caps of their next game this weekend. or muslims should be deported for raising the issue of islamophobia. in the himalayan region white all three packages are being and the rivers flowing from those it goes on and on. mountains are bringing more water when they empty examined. —— mike one resignation already? into the bay of bengal. white all three packages are being examined. -- mike all three packages are being examined. just as that meeting linked groups, members... to discuss the proposals got this is how alarming a campaign has been launched under way this afternoon, there is no sense of transparency the situation is. to encourage more women to go ospreys‘ long—standing benefactor about what the process is. just three months back, for cervical cancer screening tests. mike james annoucned he would be there is no detail on the number resigning as chairman, there was land here, public health england says of cases that have been the number who take the test citing the wru‘s dealt with and no details with five families living is at a 20—year low, of who was expelled or suspended. in the huts. even though it‘s a simple procedure. "catastrophic mismanagement". but all that is left and he‘s not holding back. two women die every is that submerged tree. day from the disease. locals have told me here‘s our health correspondent, dominic hughes. in his resignation he says the way i‘d like to thank my grandma. it was 30 feet tall, my sister. this has been handled is nothing short of that is about a two storey building. my lover. "chaotic, resulting in a fatal my bestie. combination of uncertainty, my westie. and this is how fast my mother. thank you for reminding me to go conjecture and insecurity". the water is moving in. to my cervical screening. baroness warsi is a party insider this new campaign on cervical his fellow ospreys those who can are leaving. benefactor, rob davies, and loyalist formally but she is screening comes as one in four has taken over as chairman. more than half the island‘s eligible women in england, population have fled the rising those aged between 25 and 6a, don‘t making these claims and you feel the
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all this comes at a bad time waters in the past decade. take up the offer of getting tested. symmetry in the allegations in the for wales, who are chasing labour party over anti—semitism, it is a similar picture jeremy corbyn‘s alleged failure to it‘s devastating for those left a six nations grand slam — right across the uk, they‘ve another match but experts say this simple test this weekend with scotland combat that and the emerging and have made one change. behind, especially for the young. adam beard comes in for the injured allegations of islamophobia in the is a genuine life—saver. conservative party, and the failure cory hill in the second row. of brandon lewis and the leadership translation: teachers don't there‘s almost as many gareth anscombe continues at fly—half with dan biggar on the bench. to deal with those. want to come and stay here. reasons why women don‘t i want to be a doctor, but how can take up their invitation norman, as ever, good to talk to as there are women. some women are afraid of the result, but it‘s not good news for scotland, you. thank you, norman smith. i study without good teachers? and we would urge those women who will be without backs to go for their test, sean maitland and chris harris this man left after floods for that clash with wales. police are investigating suspicious destroyed his home, because the screening test is trying the pair suffered calf packages found near three major but safety has a steep price. and foot injuries on duty with their respective clubs transport hubs in london. to detect early changes in the weekend‘s officers found packages which can be treated, english premiership. near heathrow airport in hounslow, he lives in a government—run resettlement colony near city airport in newham on the other side of the river, and therefore prevent cancer. and at waterloo station. tottenham can lose to the incidents occurred within two borussia dortmund in germany hours of each other. around 2,600 women are diagnosed this evening and still qualify police do not yet know but refuses to call it his home. with cervical cancer if they are linked. in england each year, for the quarterfinals the station and airports are open and the disease claims and operating as normal. nearly 700 lives. of the champions league — a campaign has been launched translation: this is not that‘s two deaths a day. but spurs boss mauricio pochettino my birthplace, this isn‘t thinking about that. to encourage more women to go is not where i belong. for cervical cancer screening tests. i was owner of my land, now i have and yet doctors say if everyone public health england says was regularly screened, they go to germany carrying a 3—0 the number who take the test to work hard to make ends meet. more than 80% of cases lead from the first leg at wembley. is at a 20—year low, could be prevented. no side have ever won even though it‘s a simple procedure. but now even this camp a champions league home two women die every is running out of space, life got in the way of a screening knockout game by that much day from the disease. and until the government finds appointment for busy mum and then been eliminated. here‘s our health a more permanent solution, of three mandy parker. but pochettino says they‘ll play correspondent, dominic hughes. for the almost 5000 people she put it off for six months. i‘d like to thank my grandma. still stuck on the sinking island, but then came a diagnosis to win this evening. my sister. of cervical cancer, my lover. their future could followed by a hysterectomy. my bestie. my westie. soon be washed away. we need to forget that and try to be my mother.
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thank you for reminding me to go devina gupta, bbc news, ghoramara. ijust put it to the side, and i was busy. and now, of course, i regret to my cervical screening. not going bang on time. this new campaign on cervical and i think people just need focused on beating dortmund here screening comes as one in four to find that five minutes again. that must be our approach. to eligible women in england, to go along for the test. those aged between 25 and 6a, don‘t take up the offer of getting tested. headlines coming up after the itjust imperative that people go. go to the pitch and not think of the do go and have the test. weather. everybody knows that maybe it's not it is a similar picture good afternoon. right across the uk, for many of us, we have seen some the most pleasant experience, but experts say this simple test and it might feel a little bit contrasts across the country today, first leg, only to have a very good a lot of sunshine but also uncomfortable, but it is really very is a genuine life—saver. some nuisance rain. quick, the nurses are so skilled and professional performance and try the pictures tell and professional and they always to win the game. there‘s almost as many the story beautifully. reasons why women don‘t look at this in suffolk, a beautiful will put you at your ease. england‘s women could make take up their invitation day for taking the dog for a walk. history tonight and win their first ever trophy. as there are women. not quite the same story and everybody always says afterwards japan are the team standing between that it's not as bad them and the she believes cup — some women are afraid of the result, in the scottish borders, where we have seen some showers this as they thought it was going to be. they‘ll face them in their final game in florida this evening. morning, longer spells of rain part of the campaign involves and we would urge those women across northern ireland, the four team competition northern england and into southern rebranding the procedure, has added importance scotland. with the women‘s world cup to go for their test, so moving away from the idea later this summer. of a smear test — a phrase because the screening test is trying they will tend to linger you can watch how england to detect early changes which for some is confusing, get on this evening in tampa. which can be treated, for much of the day, and therefore prevent cancer. tracked around by the area embarrassing, or even frightening — there‘s live coverage around 2,600 women are diagnosed on bbc four from ten o‘clock. with cervical cancer and instead focusing on how in england each year, of low pressure. screening is a preventative test it‘s also available via the bbc and the disease claims nearly 700 lives. but there is another low drifting that could save your life. in from the south west dominic hughes, bbc news. sport website, app and connected tv. which will bring wet and windy that‘s two deaths a day. weather by the end of the day formula e is set to return and yet doctors say if everyone into the south west, spilling to the streets of london in 2020. was regularly screened, its way gradually northwards. a blanket of cloud and rain, the queen has hosted the electric motorsport will hold more than 80% of cases wind gusting to a5 or 50 mph. a reception to mark the 50th the london e—prix at the excel arena could be prevented. overnight, it is going to be anniversary of the prince of wales‘s investiture. and the surrounding docklands area. a pretty soggy affair the prince was joined life got in the way of by his immediate family the last race was held in 2015 a screening appointment for busy with the exception of the far north at the reception at buckingham
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mum of three mandy parker. palace. and 2016, when battersea park she put it off for six months. of scotland, which keeps the clear leading figures from wales skies and it will be a chilly start were also there, along provided the stage for but then came a diagnosis of cervical cancer, to wednesday morning. with senior politicians. back—to—back season finales. followed by a hysterectomy. elsewhere, temperatures holding up organisers were then forced to find quite nicely so it will be mild a new location after protesters but we still have the rain to clear at the event, the archbishop argued the event caused disruption ijust put it to the of canterburyjustin welby praised through and still quite the prince‘s belief in "sacred side, and i was busy. a lot of wind circulating and now, of course, i regret and harmed the environment. not going bang on time. duty of service". around the low pressure. and i think people just need anthonyjoshua‘s next opponent has to find that five minutes to go along for the test. wednesday, it looks likely the rain time for a look at the weather. told the bbc he believes the world heavyweight champion has itjust imperative that people go. will continue to track its way out an image problem. of england and northern ireland here‘s louise lear. jarell "big baby" miller do go and have the test. and sit in the far north facesjoshua for his ibf, everybody knows that maybe it's not of scotland, leaving wba and wbo titles in the most pleasant experience, a trail of sunny spells new york onjune the 1st. and it might feel a little bit and scattered showers behind. miller sastoshua is too posh. uncomfortable, but it is really very although the rain is slowly easing into the afternoon it will not what might you have got your frozen quick, the nurses are so skilled and professional and they always feel particularly warm, will put you at your ease. six or seven at the very best pancakes. yes, it is great isn't it and still pretty windy. and everybody always says afterwards that it's not as bad through northern ireland i told as they thought it was going to be. and northern england, itold him, i told him, just be yourself. this part of the campaign involves rebranding the procedure, slightly cloudy but a brighter you have got your frozen pancakes. so moving away from the idea afternoon, then a scattering image that he has to be something of showers across much of a smear test — a phrase of england and wales. he‘s not. he‘s from hertfordshire. if you dodge the showers and keep which for some is confusing, the sunshine we could see embarrassing, or even frightening — they look like mouldy old... he very posh. that said, he has to and instead focusing on how temperatures as high as 15 celsius screening is a preventative test but widely 13 or 1a relax. he has to chill himself out, that could save your life. throughout the afternoon. hopefully my pancakes don‘t look dominic hughes, bbc news. quite like that. they are formed by but the milder feel will not last. don‘t try to compare himself to anybody, just be himself, but he has a northerly or north—westerly wind ice crystals in the water and a anybody, just be himself, but he has a big image problem. will drag colder air slight circulation with a little bit that‘s all the sport for now. ofa slight circulation with a little bit
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across the country and that means of a ripple perhaps at times which a man in britain has become only joins the ice crystals together and the second person in the world to be there is a greater chance of seeing some of the showery rain turning forms these lovely little pancakes. cleared of hiv after he received they said it causes disruption to to snow across high ground a bone marrow transplant in scotland and into the north i think that is brilliant. somebody from a donor who was resistant to the virus. earlier said that looked like a the environment? those are things doctors say the treatment of england by thursday. that e doesn‘t do! is unlikely to benefit many prawn cracker, but they are called patients, as the chances of finding so the best of the sunshine an exact match from for the south but a noticeable it probably misses the point a a donor is very small. difference with the feel ice pancakes. where are they? they little bit, which is probably why of the weather, five celsius it‘s making its comeback. our health correspondent fergus walsh says doctors have in the east of scotland, are in braemar in scotland. they are little bit, which is probably why stressed it may be too early to talk ten or 11 further south. it's making its comeback. thank you very much. talk to you later. this trend is set to continue more common in the arctic, but we about a cure. into the weekend, remaining brought them specially for you on this man had cancer so he had a bone pretty windy at times, sunshine half of the weekend, but shrove tuesday. yesterday, you marrow transplant and the team back to our main story at hammersmith hospital were lucky rain and hill snow set to return. here on afternoon live, and knife crime is a "national enough to find a donor promised. where is the relationship crisis" according to a former minister who says it should be who was a tissue match, treated with the same but who also is one of the 1% with that and whether? at least that urgency as terrorism. of the population caucasians the labour mp, vernon coaker, who carry a genetic mutation that one works. flipping great! boom said "the murder of young people makes them resistant on our streets" was an "emergency". to hiv infection. it‘s the ccr5 mutation. nottinghamshire police is the only boom! force outside london with a dedicated team working to take weapons off the streets, and our reporter, noel phillips, and this was passed has been given exclusive access to see their approach. on to the recipient, in the south—west, the cloud is siren wails and that recipient now is 18 months since he‘s taken arriving. the wind and rain has so the officer has just stopped anti—retroviral drugs. picked up across cornwall, a sign of the car on bentinck road and, so he is hiv—free at the moment. straightaway, they‘ve noticed what is to come later today. we have a hammer in the vehicle. these specialist officers and what it does is it proves seen some disappointing weather
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are responding to reports of a man with a deadly weapon. across northern ireland and southern the bbc has been given exclusive that the first patient back in 2007, scotland. as you can see, this access to nottinghamshire police‘s knife crime unit — who is known as the berlin patient, the only force outside is 12 years hiv—free, and i think weather watcher sat in the car, of london with a dedicated we can probably say he is cured. which is cheating. the rain has been knife crime task force. fairly persistent here stop the do you understand why you have been too early to say with this patient. stopped and arrested? why, then, not do it for everyone? showers have merged togetherfor stop and search is seen as one you can‘t do it for everyone of the most intrusive policing because a bone marrow long spells of rain in the scottish powers, but these officers insist transplant is a toxic therapy. it is essential in the fight you would only do it if the patient against violent crime. needed it for a cancer borders. this area brings rainjust treatment or something else. so, this is what you‘ve recovered from the car? it‘s aggressive, hard to find yeah, this was just down by the driver‘s seat, a match, and because current daily cornwall and south wales. gusts of literally within arm‘s reach of the driver. hiv therapy is highly effective, he claims it‘s a tool people on medication from his tool box. wind of 50, 60 mph, heavy and nearly 900 incidents involving have a near normal life expectancy. knives were recorded persistent rain through the night in nottinghamshire last year, but what it does do, compared to 79a in it gives us hope for research tonight, sweeping steadily not the previous 12 months. into this ccr5 mutation. overnight, acting like a blanket, so the chief constable says temperatures won‘t pull far for gangs are taking children many, with the exception of the far beyond nottinghamshire‘s borders north of scotland. it will be rather to rural areas to spread violence, chilly up here, and we will see a referred to as county lines. that could help the prevention of hiv and potentially new treatments. touch of light frost. first thing in i think what we've seen, now it‘s time for a look particularly over recent times, at the weather with louise lear. the morning, pretty dismal across is that we've recovered children good afternoon. much of the north of the country. we it‘s been a day of mixed fortunes. from outside nottinghamshire who sunny spells for some of us, are centred underneath that area of but unfortunately there were born and bred in nottingham, are some nuisance cloud across low pressure, plenty of isobars on northern ireland, northern england
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and certainly, they've been used and southern scotland. the charts, and the wind will remain plenty showers merging a feature. even when they die down, as part of a wider criminal network together at times to go and ply the trade and longer spells of rain. down to the south—west they will be pretty gusty through of selling drugs elsewhere. as well, another significant area of low pressure is starting to creep they will be pretty gusty through the afternoon. in the morning, it we see probably about a third in, and that will bring some looks like the rush hour will be wet and windy weather of that group of people through the night. worst affected across northern gusts of wind a5 or 50mph not ireland and into central and who are certainly touched out of the question as southern scotland. to the far north, by either knife crime, violent crime or county lines. it pushes its way steadily northwards. you will probably wonder what the in the far north of scotland, fuss is about. it will be chilly but we keep the clear skies. home office figures show out of a3 a chilly start to wednesday. forces, nottinghamshire police have there will be sunshine around. snow seen the highest number of knife but further south, above a00 metres, reigning eastern crime offences per head with the cloud, the wind and rain around, of population between april it‘s not going to be quite as cold. and southern scotland, just clearing a mild start here, seven to nine out of northern ireland and the 2017 to march 2018. celsius, but a pretty miserable one. north west of england, but even then, a lot of cloud around and the rain will gradually move its way out of england, perhaps into pretty hefty showers, some of those at nottingham‘s queen‘s medical hospital, one of the biggest northern ireland, and then it with hail and thunder mixed in. it trauma centres in the uk, will tend to sit across central and doctors are seeing at least southern scotland with some one person a week with snow to higher ground. severe knife injuries. sunny spells and scattered will be a breezy day into the showers for follow behind. nearly every day, certainly every if you dodge showers and keep afternoon. we will see the rain other day, we‘re having someone come in who‘s been the victim of knife the sun, it‘ll feel a little milder pushing north and east, some of the with highs of 15 celsius. violence, and they‘re seriously cool and disappointing, showers heathery and thundery. if injured and need a procedure of one though, in the far north, you dodge the showers and keep as the rain is slow to clear. sort or another in this hospital, sunshine, it won‘t be too bad in terms of the feel of things for and need to stay in this hospital until we can get them better. last year, medics at this hospital england and wales, 13—15dc. further resuscitated 28 children north, it stays pretty cold, and with serious knife wounds — that cold air will start dominating
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a 50% increase compared the weather story at the end of the to the previous year. week. it will push the mild air out i'd say my maximum i've ever of the way, and a north—westerly seen is, in one night, i had six stabbings. wind takes over, meaning any rain and that was in a 12—hour period, could turn more wintry across from seven till seven. so, yeah, it's certainly scotla nd could turn more wintry across scotland and northern england. better sunshine down to the south. increasing a lot. top temperatures will sit at around people say this, people say that, but it was a 14—year—old boy. 9-11dc. in this park in nottinghamshire is a memorial for the teenager jaden moodie, who was stabbed to death in east london four months ago. it‘s a crime that has left his local mp demanding action from the government to treat knife crime with the same urgency as terrorism. if a terrorist incident occurs, of course we should deal with that really seriously, but this is also something which is a national crisis, a national emergency. although nottinghamshire police‘s this is bbc news. knife crime unit is barely two years our latest headlines: old, its chief constable says the force is already turning the met police commissioner, cressida dick, contradicts the prime minister, the tide when it comes saying there is a link to tackling violent crime. between a rise in knife crime i am absolutely committed and cuts in police numbers. to attacking this issue, with all the means that we‘ve got. toyota and bmw issue stark warnings about the impact a no—deal brexit
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would have on their plants in the uk the home office tell us knife crime is claiming too many young lives including the famous mini factory in oxfordshire. and devastating communities. noel phillips, the former conservative chair baroness warsi says the party bbc news, nottinghamshire. is in denial about islamophobia and says theresa may has failed to deal with it. dozens of people are still missing after a series of tornadoes swept through the us state the first cervical screening of alabama on sunday. advertising campaign rescue teams are searching for survivors. 23 people are known to have been in england has been launched, as the numbers of women attending killed, including three children, tests hits a 20—year low. and officials fear this number will rise. our north american correspondent chris buckler has been to lee county, dozens of people are still missing after a series of tornadoes swept through the us state of alabama on sunday. the worst—affected area. also coming up: the island on the brink of disappearing as water levels rise. sport now on afternoon live in this corner of alabama, the with holly hamilton. a worrying time for welsh rugby? landscape is scarred by debris for as far as the eye can see. the talk of a merger between two tornadoes that struck hair cut of wales‘ most successful teams, through homes and communities, ospreys and scarlets. that‘s if these controversial proposals get the go ahead leaving parts of discussion that are during a meeting this afternoon. miles long and up to half a mile wide. we were out in the woods right it‘s called project reset around, everywhere, friends, family. and is being discussed by the welsh rugby union. we have no details on what
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now it‘s all gone. the team would be called, where it would play or who the coach would be. around, everywhere, friends, family. now it's all gone. it was like a what we do know is that the welsh bomb went off. there is a big rugby players association isn‘t too happy. crater. used to be nothing but trees they‘ve described the proposals as deeply concerning for and houses. complete landscape the livelihoods of players in wales and their families. and they‘ve said the uncertainty could lead to a swathe of players change. it is only when you are here being lost to welsh rugby. meanwhile the chairman where the tornadoes struck that you of ospreys, mikejames, has resigned over the proposals citing catastrophic can see the force. everything you can see the force. everything you can seeing lying in front of me, mismanagement. this was inside a trailer on the other side of the road. but it has we understand that if been thrown across the road, and the merger is rubberstamped today, then it could be officially announced as early as sunday, everything that was inside it is now with the two sides most likely lying outside, even mattresses. to join forces as early as next season. behind me, there are hundreds and hundreds of trees, all uprooted and lying on their sides. that series of a bit ofa a bit of a distraction with the six nations rather important at the tornadoes instantly dark the skies on sunday afternoon across georgia, moment. wales are just two games away south carolina and florida, but it from winning the grand slam. many of that team made up was alabama that was struck hardest.
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of scarlets and ospreys players. they‘re back in action this weeeknd the tearing, swirling winds reached with some team news this afternoon. speeds of 165 miles an hour, ripping just one change for that game at murrayfield. adam beard comes in for the injured cory hill in the second row. roofs from houses. some people are doing the minutes of warning and not gareth anscombe continues at fly—half with dan biggar on the bench. eve ryo ne doing the minutes of warning and not everyone had the chance to escape. and scotland will be that‘s a sweet reunion, right now, without backs sean maitland and chris harris for that clash. granny is ok. tornadoes are not the pair suffered calf and foot injuries on duty uncommon in this part of the us but with their respective clubs the number of people killed by this in the weekend‘s english premiership. storm stands out, particularly here in beauregard. this is a small wasps scrum half dan robson‘s community which has been ripped expected to make his first start apart. there are children among the for england this weekend in their six nations match against italy. dead. this hurts my heart. i love there‘s been plenty of talk about robson getting a run this county. and it‘s extremely in the team and he came on as a substitute against france last month but he‘s trying not upsetting to me to see these people hurting like this. teams are still to get ahead of himself. searching through the remains of buildings. all too aware that there isa just not try too hard. a lot of buildings. all too aware that there is a real possibility of finding more bodies. chris buckler, bbc times you get that chance and you try to match, you try to show news, beauregard, alabama. yourself off, and for me ijust have
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to go out there and do what i have the business news injust a moment, been doing. my form has got me into this position and i have to back myself with that and have the confidence that is good enough. but first the headlines. chelsea have appealed against fifa‘s decision to ban them the met police commissioner from signing players in the next contradicts the prime minister, two transfer windows. saying there is a link between a rise in knife crime and cuts in it follows the world governing body‘s investigation into the club‘s police numbers. toyota and bmw signing of foreign under—18 players. issued stark warnings about the impactand issued stark warnings about the fifa says it found breaches in 29 impact and no—deal brexit would have on their plants in the famous mini cases out of 92 investigated. factory in oxfordshire. the governing body says it has received an appeal but could not baroness warsi says the party is in confirm when this would be heard. denial about islamophobia ancestor sister rita mae has failed to deal with it. -- tottenham can lose to borussia dortmund in germany this evening and still qualify sister rita mae has failed to deal with it. —— and says theresa may. for the quarterfinals of the champions league, but spurs boss mauricio pochettino struggling department store chain isn‘t thinking about that. debenhams has issued another profit warning as sales continue to fall. the retailer says like—for—like they go to germany sales at the firm in the six months carrying a 3—0 lead to march were down 5.3%. from the first leg at wembley. it‘s also warned that forecasts no side have ever won for the year ahead will come a champions league home knockout game by that much in lower than expected. and then been eliminated. but pochettino says they‘ll play the former boss of nissan, carlos ghosn, has been granted bail by a tokyo court. to win this evening. but it‘s been set at one billion we need to forget that
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yen — that‘s around £7 million. and try to be focused on beating japanese media reports said he could be released as early as tuesday. dortmund here again. mr ghosn has been charged with financial misconduct but has that must be our approach. consistently denied any wrongdoing. plans to cap the costs of buying to go to the pitch and not domestic goods including tvs and fridges through so—called think of the first leg, only to have a very good "rent—to—own" shops have been confirmed by the city watchdog. and professional performance the financial conduct authority and try to win the game. will limit how much interest customers pay — to no more than the product‘s cost. so if a cooker costs £300, they will pay no more that game starting at 8pm then after england‘s women than £300 interest on top could make history tonight of the purchase price. by winning their first ever trophy. some firms had been japan are the team standing between them and the "she believes cup". they‘ll face them in their final charging much more. game in florida this evening. the four team competition has added importance with the women‘s world cup so, you would pay double? are you later this summer. renting to buy, are you interested? you can watch how england get on this evening in tampa. don‘t go there let‘s talk about there‘s live coverage on bbc fourfrom10pm. it‘s also available via the bbc billionaires. sport website, app and connected tv. for the second year running, centi—billionaire jeff bezos remained in the top spot that‘s all the sport for now.
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- $131 billion. this is before his divorce? moving we will have more in the next half on! this is basically a list of all another. we have been talking about the world‘s billionaires from around the world‘s billionaires from around the world. jeff bezos is in the top another. we have been talking about a number of package alerts that three sites in london. more spot with $131 billion. bill gates clarification. the metropolitan is next, warren buffett is third. police counter terrorism command has facebook ceo mark zuckerberg has seen his wealth decrease by $8.7 launched an investigation after three suspicious packages received at buildings in london today, aa billion. poor him! i don't think you bikes which have been assessed by officers to have been small are supposed to express your improvised explosive device is. they personal views! i still want to we re improvised explosive device is. they were at the early stage of the marry him... what would your husband investigation but they say they appear capable of igniting and say about that? the hinduja brothers initially a small fire when opening. the incident is being treated as length and they are keeping an open are worth $16.9 billion. behind mind on motives. at 950 5p and the met police received a note of a
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them... all these years, i could have married one of these guys! are suspicious package in hounslow near interviewed jeff bezos many years ago. what an escape he had! lucky heathrow airport. the package was opened by staff causing the device to initiate. this resulted in a pack him. michelle, you were there when i of the package burning. no one was interviewed jeff bezos, i think. injured. the building was evacuated. we‘ve lost michelle, in another specialist officers attended and made the device safe. at 11:a0pm room! since then he has become the well‘s richest man and he still is. british transport police were called toa british transport police were called to a package on the pulse train at waterloo. the package was not open. i couldn't see either yours or specialist officers made the device simon's name on the list, what's going on? three letters, bbc! jeff safe. no one was injured. at london city airport a package was not opened there. no one injured. a bezos, as you said, maintained the specialist officers attended and made that device safe. no arrests top spot for bragging rights. the have been made on the motive was only person on the planet with an 11 unclear but the police are linking figure fortune. according to the three devices, one of which went off, but no one injured. we will list he had $131 billion last year, bring you more on that as we get it. that was up just a mere pocket
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a man in britain has become only the second person in the world change, 19 billion from the previous year. the next person, bill gates to be cleared of hiv after he received a bone marrow transplant from a donor who you mentioned, his fortune quite who was resistant to the virus. doctors say the treatment a way behind at around $96 billion. is unlikely to benefit many patients, as the chances of finding an exact match from a donor is very small. mark zuckerberg has dropped a few our health correspondent, places, i can hear the violin fergus walsh, says doctors have stressed it may be too early to talk already playing! i think it has been about a cure. this man had cancer so he had a bone already playing! i think it has been a tough year at facebook and you are marrow transplant and the team starting to see that reflected in at hammersmith hospital were lucky the share price and therefore in his enough to find a donor wealth. his fortune has shrunk by who was a tissue match, $8.7 billion. i know you and i would but who also is one of the 1% probably happily take that change. of the population caucasians who carry a genetic mutation that but now, he has still fallen a makes them resistant couple of spots down the list. what to hiv infection. it‘s the ccr5 mutation, and this is interesting is that you have seen was passed on to the recipient, partly we have talked about this a lot, weaker global growth, the euro and that recipient now is 18 months has been hurt by the currency and so if you look at the list, it is a lot since he‘s taken anti—retroviral drugs, of americans in that top ten, with so he is hiv—free at the moment. only two europeans, and both of them and what it does is it proves in retail. lets talk about women on that the first patient back in 2007,
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the list, how many are there, and who is known as the berlin patient, are they quite near the top? there he is 12 years hiv—free, and i think we can probably say he is cured. too early to say with this patient. are they quite near the top? there are 252. this is out of over 2000 so why, then, not do it for everyone? still some way to go. the richest you can‘t do it for everyone one is a self—made woman from china, because a bone marrow transplant is a toxic therapy. she is in real estate. she is worth you would only do it if the patient needed it for a cancer an estimated 9.4 billion. so a treatment or something else. fraction compared to some of the other names we have been talking it‘s aggressive, hard to find about. but the most striking one is a match, and because current daily hiv therapy is highly effective, the youngest billionaire, a new people on medication addition to the list, kylie jenner, have a near normal life expectancy. but what it does do, just 21, she owns a cosmetic firm it gives us hope for research into this ccr5 mutation. and apparently she enjoyed 360 that could help the prevention of million in sales last year and she is the youngest self—made billionaire of all time to make the hiv and potentially new treatments. list. absolutely amazing story. michelle, thank you very much. moving swiftly on from billionaires, now on afternoon live, let‘s move on to the markets will let‘s go nationwide and see what‘s happening around the country in our daily visit stop the london market is doing pretty well. debenhams‘ share price to the bbc newsrooms around the uk. let‘s go to kevin keane in glasgow,
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is down by over 1.5% after issuing a who‘s been to visit a pioneering factory that‘s using plastic waste warning about profits. ted baker‘s to resurface roads. share price is down again today after its ceo announced he was i will be with you in a moment. leaving. i shall see you later. thank you very much. and lewis coombes is in southampton, where he‘s found illegal steroid pills still being sold on the internet, two years after a hampshire rugby player died from taking the drugs. some breaking news, about the kevin, you‘ve been to independent group, they are at the a factory in dumfries and galloway which is using plastic electoral commission for talks about becoming a fully fledged political waste to surface roads. party. that is coming from the group‘s spokesperson, took a umunna. yes, this is waste plastic which is eight labourmps, group‘s spokesperson, took a umunna. eight labour mps, three conservative mps, joining that group, —— chuka being used at a company in lockerbie and they have been trialling this umunna, it looks as though they are for some time. they use some of this on their way to becoming a fully waste plastic and add a secret fledged electoral party. but in talks at the minute with the agent, a secret binding agent to electoral commission. we will have read, and then added onto things more on that a little later on. you‘re watching afternoon live. like sand and stones that make up a traditional road surface that you the tiny indian island of ghoramara, might expect. by using this waste, which sits in a delta by the bay of bengal,
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is gradually sinking. climate change has caused waters not recycled plastic, it is in the area to rise rapidly, basically stuff that would otherwise and people who have lived go to landfill, they say they cannot there for generations are fleeing. devina gupta reports. trapped by the waters just make it cheaper but create that are taking away his livelihood and home. roads that are more flexible and for this a3—year—old, there is no escaping allow it to last about 60% longer the effects of climate change. because that flexibility means the more traffic that goes over it the he could be the last of his generation to live on this island of ghoramara in less likely it is to break and the eastern india. he knows it is sinking. crack and be responsible for a lot translation: there are more flats of those portals that drive as now, and the water level is rising. drivers not. i have been there my farmland is all in the water. i have to catch fish to survive. today. they have started a new more than 50% of the land here has factory that has been open for a few disappeared underwater days. that factory creates pellets in the last 20 years, which go into the next to create this road surface. they have given leaving only a.5 square kilometres. me an idea of why they are doing it scientists say global warming is melting snow caps and whether or not the plastic that in the himalayan region they use could actually be recycled and the rivers flowing from those in some other way. if it can be mountains are bringing more water when they empty into the bay of bengal. re cycled in some other way. if it can be recycled that's brilliant, that's what we want to have happened. the this is how alarming the situation is. just three months back, idea is that we reduce, reuse and
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there was land here, with five families living re cycle. in the huts. idea is that we reduce, reuse and recycle. we take plastics that are but all that is left destined for landfill or is that submerged tree. incineration. they are classed as locals have told me waste and as long as they are it is 30 feet tall, classed as waste we can use them as that is about a two storey building. pa rt of classed as waste we can use them as part of her necks. one report and this is how fast describing this as a possible game the water is moving in. those who can are leaving. changer. if it means we create fewer more than half the island‘s population have fled the rising waters in the past decade. portals that is a good thing for councils who are often having to spend quite a lot of money for it‘s devastating for those left behind, especially for the young. voters —— for what is just filling translation: teachers don't want to come and stay here. i want to be a doctor, but how can one and then another one pops up. it has been trialled in various places. i study without good teachers? this man left after floods tesco has been laying it on some of destroyed his home, their car parks. a few councils have but safety has a steep price. been doing it as well. cumbria he lives in a government cou nty been doing it as well. cumbria county council signed a £1.6 million run resettlement colony deal with the company to lay it on on the other side of the river, quite a few of the public roads in but refuses to call it home. that area. you never know, the next translation:
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this is not my birthplace, time you are laying your private this is not where i belong. driveway you might want some of this i was owner of my land, now i have as well. i do not know what you have to work hard to make ends meet. heard, but it is going to be a while but now even this camp is running out of space, before that happens! it is nearly and until the government finds a more permanent solution, for the almost 5000 people still stuck on the sinking island, two years to the decency rugby their future could player died after taking steroid soon be washed away. devina gupta, bbc news, ghoramara. pills he bought online. these pills are still being sold. things can go now it‘s time for a look at the weather with louise lear. wrong quickly. when you think of steroids you perhaps think of good afternoon. for many of us, we body—builders or elite cycling and athletics but there is a growing concern about the use of steroids in have seen some contrasts across the country today, a lot of sunshine but our communities across the country also some nuisance rain. the pictures tell the story beautifully. particularly young men looking for a look at this in suffolk, a beautiful short cut to better physique to bulk day for taking the dog for a walk. up short cut to better physique to bulk up their that was the case with this not quite the same story in the scottish borders, where we have seen by up their that was the case with this rugby player, a 28—year—old prop for some showers this morning, longer spells of rain across northern his local rugby club, the gem was ireland, northern england and into central to his life, he went there
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southern scotland. they will tend to pretty much every day. that quest lingerfor much of southern scotland. they will tend to linger for much of the day, tracked for the perfect body took him to a around by the area of low pressure. website selling steroids online and but there is another low drifting in it proved to be a fatal purchase. from the south west which will bring wet and windy weather by the end of there was nothing suspicious to be the day into the south west, spilling its way gradually suspicious about with freddie. he northwards. a blanket of cloud and was such a health—conscious health freak. he seemed to grow much faster rain, wind gusting to a5 or 50 mph. overnight, it is going to be a across the shoulders and his arms pretty soggy affair with the we re across the shoulders and his arms were massive. he was more editable exception of the far north of as well. we absolutely were scotland, which keeps the clear skies and it will be a chilly start gobsmacked to find out that he had been taking steroids, that he would to wednesday morning. elsewhere, temperatures holding up quite nicely do such a silly thing. i remember for will be mild but we still have the rain to clear through and still you came out and said he was blue. quite a lot of wind circulating around the low pressure. wednesday, it looks likely the rain will yeah, cold. cold. he had taken a continue to track its way out of england and northern ireland and sit on the far north of scotland, leaving a trail of sunny spells and stimulant alongside other anabolic scattered showers behind. although steroids he had bought from turkey. the rain is slowly easing into the the combination have a devastating afternoon it will not feel effect on his heart to the extent it particularly warm, six or seven at
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in large so much it no longer the very best and still pretty continue to work and he died from windy. through northern ireland and it. it terribly sad story but where northern england, slightly cloudy do steroids fall in terms of the but brighter afternoon, then a scattering of showers across much of law? somewhere between a medicine england and wales. if you dodge the showers and keep the sunshine we and recreational drug. technically a could see temperatures as high as 15 class c substance. they are legal to celsius but widely 13 or 1a ta ke class c substance. they are legal to take in the uk but illegal to sell throughout the afternoon. but the milderfeel without a license or to buy without throughout the afternoon. but the milder feel will throughout the afternoon. but the milderfeel will not throughout the afternoon. but the milder feel will not last. a northerly or north—westerly wind will dry colder air across the a prescription and that includes country and that means there is a buying them online. this is the nub of the problem. you will find scores greater chance of seeing some of the showery rain turning to snow across of the problem. you will find scores of websites offering to send high ground in scotland and into the steroids to the uk by post seemingly north of england by thursday. so the undeterred by the threat of best of the sunshine for the south prosecution, offering anonymity, but a noticeable difference with the feel of the weather, five celsius in discreet packaging, literally drugs to your doorstep in days. to protest the east of scotland, ten or 11 to your doorstep in days. to protest to the test i placed an order with a further south. this trend is set to supplier poland and a few days later continue into the weekend, remaining a plain white envelope arrived pretty windy at times, sunshine half of the refund, but rain and hill is containing 100 anabolic steroid now set to return. —— half of the pills. the law was changed in 2012 to try to put an end to these weekend. websites on the recommendation of
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the former chair of the advisory committee on the misuse of drugs. we will hear from committee on the misuse of drugs. we will hearfrom him tonight but committee on the misuse of drugs. we will hear from him tonight but seven yea rs later will hear from him tonight but seven years later it has had little impact and tonight we are going to try to find out what we can do about this to try to stop the problem. the home office have said they are working with internet providers to try to stop uk websites from selling steroids but the internet is a very difficult thing to police so shutting down websites abroad is harder. you will have plenty more tonight. and thank you to kevin. if you would like to see more on any of those stories you can access them on the iplayer. we go nationwide at
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a:30pm every afternoon. more now on that developing story on the suspicious packages found near three major transport hubs in london. the metropolitan police counter terrorism command is investigating we can cross to waterloo station now and speak to our correspondent robert hall. it is clear something has gone on today. yes, you're talking about a series of incidents that began just after the morning rush hour and continued through the day. police conducting separate operations at the night dispersed locations. we have been asking questions about linkage and what the devices were and we have begun to get that information that we have it in the form of a statement from the metropolitan police. i will take you through some of the detail from the statement. these packages were all
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contained in aa white postal buys containing yellow contained in aa white postal buys containing yelloinffy bags. they have been assessed by specialist officers to be small improvised explosive device is. the police say these devices appear capable of igniting an initially small fire when opened. the met police counter terrorism command is dealing with theirs. they say they are treating theirs. they say they are treating the incident as a length series. they are keeping an open mind regarding the motives. the sequence was, the net received a suspicious package report at an office building at heathrow airport or hounslow. the package was opened by staff which meant the device initiated causing a small fire. part of the package burning. no one was injured. the building was evacuated on the device was made safe. that inquiry is still going on. these incidents are not
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near but their police call public facing area so transport has continued to operate. at 11:a0pm transport police were called to a suspicious package on a poster behind me. it was not opened. specialist officers made it safe. no one was hurt but gardens are still in place and armed officers and extra police are in the area. at 12 10p and the report of a suspicious packages at the royal docks in east london, staff evacuated, the package not opened, nobody heart and the building reopened. transport links disrupted slightly, the docklands light railway was closed down for a short time in east london, but generally speaking passengers are
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still using the station and the airport. but this is a very worrying incident and the counter—terrorism command are warning people to be extra careful. we are surely always vigilant particularly on transport links and this has highlighted the need for the public to be aware and to tell somebody if they see anything which might be another device. they are warning there could be more devices? that is right. there is no talk at the moment of a motor. simply that they believe i present from the type of packaging that these incidents, these devices, we re that these incidents, these devices, were linked. we do not know why and if that is part of something wider which may develop in the coming hours. thank you. in a moment, what‘s hot and what‘s not in the business news. first a look at the headlines on afternoon live. counter terroism police say they‘ve launched an investigation after three small improvised explosive devices were found near heathrow airport, london city airport and waterloo station.
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the met police commissioner, cressida dick, contradicts the prime minister, saying there is a link between a rise in knife crime and cuts in police numbers. toyota and bmw issue stark warnings about the impact a no—deal brexit would have on their plants in the uk, including the famous mini factory in oxfordshire. here‘s your business headlines on afternoon live. struggling department store chain debenhams has issued another profit warning as sales continue to fall. the retailer says like—for—like sales at the firm in the six months to march were down 5.3%. it‘s also warned that forecasts for the year ahead will come in lower than expected. the former boss of nissan, carlos ghosn, has been granted bail by a tokyo court. but it‘s been set at one billion yen, that‘s around £7 million. japanese media reports said he could be released as early as tuesday. mr ghosn has been charged with financial misconduct but has consistently denied any wrongdoing. facebook founder mark zuckerberg‘s wealth has shrunk by $8.7 billion in the past year, according
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to the latest billionaires‘ list compiled by forbes. his shares in facebook at one point lost a third of their value as the company battled privacy scandals. but amazon founderjeff bezos keeps his top position, increasing his net worth to $131 billion. what would you do with it? what would you do with mm what would you do with it? it would ta ke what would you do with it? it would take you a long time. debenhams share price is down. a few factors in play. vodafone doing quite well. debenhams has come out with a profit warning which is why the share price is down. michael hewson is chief market analyst for cmc markets.
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the wider market in the london market has kept itself in positive territory for most of the day, all of the day. what is behind that? you have to put this into context of how the ftse has performed over the past two weeks. roger european markets have moved higher. over the past few days the ftse has rebounded quite strongly that has been down to fairly positive earnings numbers, namely jvc, ladbrokes and fairly positive earnings numbers, namelyjvc, ladbrokes and coral, very good numbers. the pound has declined for a three and there is a little bit of ac sisu f8, a weaker pound tends to translated to translated to higher dollar earnings for a large majority of the companies that comprise the ftse100 hence the rebound. uk retailer debenhams has come out and said profits are not going to be as good
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as we thought they would be, how have the markets take a night nurse? debenhams share price has not been pretty. down 696. the only plus point is that they did not fall below the lows that we so at the end of last year. debenhams management are still in negotiation with a view to closing 50 stores. they took a £a0 million cash injection and have another £50 million rent payment at the end of this month. today‘s profit warnings on top of the other three over the past three months is not good nurse. more concerning is that if you are looking to close stores and offer something online in terms of a better online offering a rise of 2% is pretty feeble when you are looking at companies like target boasting digital sales increases of 2596. boasting digital sales increases of
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25%. debenhams‘ problems are not going away and are likely to come to a crunch in the next two or three weeks. the services sector a key barometer and how the country‘s economy is doing because services encompass banks and retail.m economy is doing because services encompass banks and retail. if you look at some of the internals of the report there are some troubling issues. namely business investment, businesses are holding back. not surprising given we are heading into the end of this month and the potential brexit deadline. the uk is not alone in terms of this brexit uncertainty. while the services sector has rebounded a little bit if you look at activity in europe they are constrained by concerns about no deal brexit. i do not see any light at the end of the tunnel in the short to medium term because in the event we get an brexit extension it
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just prolongs the uncertainty. thank you. oops! i will see you soon. sooner than you think! we will have much more on those three improvised explosive devices. the metropolitan police counter terrorism command is investigating and has now said the packages are being treated as a "linked series". officers found packages near heathrow airport in hounslow, near city airport in newham and at waterloo station. the incidents occurred within two hours of each other.
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time for a look at the weather. good afternoon. for many of us, we have seen some contrasts across the country today, a lot of sunshine but also some nuisance rain. the pictures tell the story beautifully. look at this in suffolk, a beautiful day for taking the dog for a walk. not quite the same story in the scottish borders, where we have seen some showers this morning, longer spells of rain across northern ireland, northern england and into southern scotland. they will tend to linger for much of the day, tracked around by the area of low pressure. but there is another low drifting in from the south west which will bring wet and windy weather by the end of the day into the south west, spilling its way gradually northwards. a blanket of cloud and rain, wind gusting to a5 or 50 mph. overnight, it is going to be a pretty soggy affair with the exception of the far north of scotland, which keeps the clear skies and it will be a chilly start to wednesday morning. elsewhere, temperatures holding up quite nicely so it will be mild
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but we still have the rain to clear through and still quite a lot of wind circulating around the low pressure. wednesday, it looks likely the rain will continue to track its way out of england and northern ireland and sit in the far north of scotland, leaving a trail of sunny spells and scattered showers behind. although the rain is slowly easing into the afternoon it will not feel particularly warm, six or seven at the very best and still pretty windy. through northern ireland and northern england, slightly cloudy but a brighter afternoon, then a scattering of showers across much of england and wales. if you dodge the showers and keep the sunshine we could see temperatures as high as 15 celsius but widely 13 or 1a throughout the afternoon. but the milder feel will not last. a northerly or north—westerly wind will drag colder air across the country and that means there is a greater chance of seeing some of the showery rain turning to snow across high ground in scotland and into the north
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of england by thursday. so the best of the sunshine for the south but a noticeable difference with the feel of the weather, five celsius in the east of scotland, ten or 11 further south. this trend is set to continue into the weekend, remaining pretty windy at times, sunshine half of the weekend, but rain and hill snow set to return.
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