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or disrupt critical communications. sales at the bakery greggs top because longer platforms £1 billion for the first time. one of the best results will not be ready in time. the legal action was announced hours train operator northern's in manchester united history last and manchester united pull after the senior huawei executive, of a stunning 3—1 away win six—carriage long services at leeds station are delayed by two years night, as they became the first team against paris st germain because longer platforms ever to come back from a two—goal to book their place in meng wanzhou, appeared in court the champions league quarter finals. in canada for the first will not be ready in time. deficit, after the first leg time since being released in the champions league, on bail late last year. to beat paris saint germain. the us wants the 47—year—old manchester united pull a var penalty scored extradited from canada to face of a stunning 3—1 away win by marcus rashford saw them charges of bank fraud. against paris st germain through to the quarterfinals, to book their place in sparking wild celebrations, the champions league quarter finals. and increasing calls for ole gunnar solskjaer to be given the manager's job permanently. patrick gearey reports. good morning. the match that hinged on an elbow. welcome to bbc newsroom live. a minute into stoppage time, the referee was still the european union has urged studying the replays. was this handball and a penalty? the government to come up with fresh proposals to break the brexit impasse, just days before mps manchester united's champions league hopes depended on his decision. have a second chance to vote commentator: penalty! on the prime minister's withdrawal the trial by television agreement. discussions between british ruled in their favour. ministers and eu officials over good morning. now, marcus rashford, the past 24 hours have been welcome to bbc newsroom live. a 21—year—old mancunian, could complete the most described as "difficult", and there incredible comeback. i'm still here! well, i'm not sure how on earth had we got here? is no sign of a breakthrough. meng wanzhou exhibited a remarkably this morning, the chancellor phillip calm, casual demeanourfor someone hammond warned brexiteers who is at the centre ifi in his own party to vote of an unprecedented political storm. i'm still here! well, i'm not sure after all, paris saint—germain for theresa may's deal during the short hearing, ms meng's if i can do that i'm going to walk held a two away goal lawyers reiterated their argument around and pick you up on another lead going into this. or face a delay to brexit. that she was being used well, they presented romelu lukaku as a negotiating chip camera, i think. with the chance to grab one in the ongoing trade talks back inside two minutes. between china and the us. around and pick you up on another but surely that would be less evidence of this, the defence said, camera, ithink. i around and pick you up on another of a choke than a hiccup? were recent comments by donald trump camera, i think. i apologise for these technical issues. let's start after all, just ten minutes later, i hope that they will come back talking about brexit. i wish we suggesting he would intervene
juan bernat had them with an offer which my colleagues in the case if it meant getting level on the night. a more favourable deal. the parisians still couldn't settle. because, if the prime minister's the next hearing will be held on 8th may. gianluigi buffon is one of the most experienced before that, huawei is going on the defensive. could start again but that all goalkeepers in the world, huawei announced it has filed deal does not get approved happen to live on air, let's start and yet he presented this to lukaku. a lawsuit against the us government. two. the company said america's decision to effectively ban huawei products again. the european union has urged they will probably be an extension still not enough, until was unconstitutional. the government to come up with fresh the referee went to check we are left with no choice proposals to break the brexit on presnel kimpembe's arm. of time, many things we thought were impasse, just days before mps but to challenge the law in court. have a second chance to vote the debate about video certain become uncertain. those strictly speaking, these on the prime minister's withdrawal technology rages on, cases are not linked, agreement. but in rashford's mind, collea g u es certain become uncertain. those colleagues who are passionately but diplomatically discussions between british committed to ensuring that we leave ministers and eu officials over there was peace. they of course are. the past 2a hours have been described as "robust", but there with ole gunnar solskjaer‘s the european union, i think, need to this is about who holds manchester united, is no sign of a breakthrough. it's never too late. think very carefully about how they the balance of power patrick geary, bbc news. in the next technological age, vote on this last opportunity to and canada, experiencing fierce pressure from both sides, make sure that we do so before march is caught in the middle. this is the most turbulent moment this morning the chancellor warned in canada—china relations joe cockanisinga will make since tiananmen square in 1989, his first six nations the 29th, and do so in a way that brexiteers in his own party to vote start for england this weekend. and the rift between the two will give us certainty, and clarity countries is diplomatic. for theresa may's deal or face the he's been named in the side it's now getting into public to face italy on saturday, about our future so that we can get perceptions, elite perceptions, delay to brexit. replacing jack nowell and there's a huge new negativity i hope that they will come back who's out injured. on with seizing the opportunities on both sides about the others. ben t'eo will partner with an offer which my colleagues manu tuilagi in midfield, that there are ahead for this on the brexit wing of the party and there are also starts in the pack for for ellis genge, country and addressing the vital will consider very, very carefully, in the context of the real joe launchbury and brad shields. domestic agenda issues which are so situation that we are in. much more important to our because, if the prime minister's deal does not get approved olympic champion callum skinner has constituents than this rather arcane on tuesday, then, it is likely retired from cycling. he's only 26, and won gold debate about the nature of backset. that the house of commons will vote to extend the article 50 procedure, this case is unquestionably bigger for great britain in the team sprint so, with just three weeks until brexit than just one woman, to not leave the european union day, european union officials say but the daily reality without a deal. at the 2016 games in rio they need ministers to put forward for meng wanzhou is that she must alongside sirjason kenny. he says he wants to to focus what they call ‘acceptable' brexit spend most of her time confined and where we go thereafter proposals by the end of tomorrow. to this house until this huge
is highly uncertain. on reforming sports governance, ministers say negotiations for those people who are passionate and encouraging people to get in brussels yesterday were "robust" diplomatic row is over. on their bikes. but failed to find a way forward. that could take years. about ensuring that we leave dave lee, bbc news, in vancouver. the european union on time, and in the week after she won the government suffered another it surely must be something setback as the lords voted the double—double at the european that they need to think very, to amend the trade bill, calling on the government to join a new customs union the father of murdered 17—year—old very carefully about now, indoor athletics championships, with the eu after brexit. jodie chesney, who was stabbed retaining her 3,000 and 1500 metres titles, laura muir it means mps will now get a vote to death in a park in east london because they run the risk of us says her next challenge is to win her first outdoor world on whether to stay in the customs last friday, has spoken in the way moving away from their preferred medal, but she's also union when the legislation returns taking time to reflect of his daughter's death, on what she achieved last weekend. to the commons. issuing a plea for those course of action if we do not get with information about she's been speaking to mike bushell and the labour leader, the attack to come forward. this deal through on tuesday. jeremy corbyn, has held talks it's amazing, i never thought i with senior conservatives mps could achieve something like that. who want to keep a close the last time i spoke to her was relationship with the eu. with just three weeks until brexit he says he's trying to find a deal it isa could achieve something like that. it is a championship on your friday morning on my birthday, she hometrack, you want to do well. i that could get through parliament today, european union officials say and prevent a no deal got up to wish me happy birthday they need ministers to put forward thought we would try and do the brexit the home secretary is in brussels today and as our before i went to work. and then, so, an acceptable bag is a proposal by double and make it that bit special, brussels correspondent adam fleming the end of tomorrow. both sides say negotiations in and it worked. you are now embracing our chief political brussels yesterday were "difficult". correspondent vicki young is at yes, she was out with her friends the government suffered another westminster and joins me now. setback as the lords voted pressure, whereas in the past it to amend the trade bill, while we were celebrating my calling on the government would get a lot of athletes like you we have had confirmation that the to join a new customs union birthday. then, i got the call. and vote is definitely happening next what do i know about the attack? i with the eu after brexit. a little bit. definitely. you go in, being highly tuesday, what is your sense, there the result means mps will now get a vote on whether to stay are so many strands to this, what is know it was a stab wound to the ranked, one of the faces, it can be in the customs union your sense of where that may end up? when the legislation back, a long life. and she bled to returns to the commons. high pressure. i told myself, why the fact that talks have been and the labour leader, jeremy corbyn, has held talks have you trained so hard? because described as difficult by both sides with senior conservatives mps shows there isn't a lot of progress. you want to race, you enjoy
who want to keep a close death, literally, in the ambulance. relationship with the eu. that could change over the weekend, he says he's trying to find a deal competing. go out and enjoy it. i that could get through parliament right up until the last minute. but in order to prevent found i was more relaxed and i ran and i think you already know some of expectations of a huge change to the a no deal brexit. better. it, the people sitting near her the olympics, this year is important withdrawal agreement are being downplayed, which means the likelihood of backset brexiteers in the home secretary has arrived in in building up, do you set left, then they came back for some brussels for talks with the eu ambitions, or do you take one race reason. it was premeditated, without the tory party coming behind the today. our brussels correspondent deal are fading. that is why we had a doubt, and stabbed her in the ata time? joins us now. adam, hearing that the for me, i try to focus on the world back, and ran away. and then, her championships, then after doha, i that morning, saying, basically, french have been saying they want to vote ha rd before boyfriend was trying to console her, that morning, saying, basically, vote hard before you vote this down, hear a workable proposal from will look to tokyo. for me, i can because that prompts a chain of her friends were trying to console french have been saying they want to hear a workable proposalfrom us french have been saying they want to hear a workable proposal from us and have not had it yet doesn't sound only do my best and hopefully that events. if the deal goes down on her. one of the residents came out. good, what is the latest you have? is good enough to meddle all to win. tuesday, on wednesday, you end up there was a meeting last night of with a vote about whether we leave but what her friend told me was she my is good enough to meddle all to win. my bet is faith, that is what with a vote about whether we leave with no deal. we know how parliament ambassadors for the 27 remaining eu happens. feels about that, they are likely to member states who heard from the screamed for about a minute, then for the moment, your life as if it ta ke feels about that, they are likely to take that off the table, and then we task force that are doing becks fell down. but then, i think the keeps your feet on the ground is on have a vote about delaying backset hold because you can't do both. to and extending article 50 which negotiations for the eu. they were shock kicked in. and she was moaning given a provisional notional i have focused on the running since could go ahead. the stark message, timetable of how things could work and groaning for the next in the next few days —— brexit qualifying last year, i am hoping to really, to brexiteers is it all come back to do charity or voluntary becomes highly uncertain. the half—an—hour. and she died in the negotiations. today or tomorrow, the work to keep my hand in. i am government is not in control of the ambulance. brexit process any more if you start there is nothing thatjodie would two negotiating teams would work relieved i got my degree as well. have ever done in the world to that chain of events. there are some throughout the weekend to finalise that's all the sport for now. deserve anything like this, there is i'll have more for brexiteers who feel that they hate plans and we could see theresa may
theresa may's deal so badly that just nothing. so i am assuming, coming to brussels on monday to meet you in the next hour. some of them might be willing to the bbc has learnt that longer jean—claude younger, the president risk that or uncertainty. sorry, speculating on some kind of of the european commission to unveil trains, due to start carrying gang initiation, or a dare. passengers to and from leeds, what has been decided. it would be won't start running until two sorry, speculating on some kind of gang initiation, ora dare. but years later than planned. sorry, speculating on some kind of gang initiation, or a dare. but even that, i mean, what kind of kudos did away from backset the labour party put forward to mps on tuesday. that is potentially, well, the equality you get from stabbing a 17—year—old northern rail had hoped to begin is how it would work in an ideal and human rights commission is girl in the back? what makes it so operating the service into the city world. it will all come down to what by the end of this year, considering taking action against the uk brings back to the table, and but the platforms aren't long enough the labour party of anti—semitism. ha rd girl in the back? what makes it so hard is that there is no reason, we to accommodate the carriages. tell us more. they have taken the here's our transport don't know why. that is the problem. we think geoffrey cox, the attorney first step along that legal route, correspondent, tom burridge. they've issued a statement saying general will be back here in if there's any kind of trouble they've issued a statement saying we could almost come to terms with on the trains, it's cutting out it if there was a reason, but we brussels as soon as tomorrow, now, they have received a large number of time that i'm seeing my kids. can't. i am sure there was a reason what are these proposals all about? there was one train recently where, well, this is where it gets complaints, and believe the labour instead of getting home party may have discriminate against on his side, but we don't know. tactical. they've been discussing for about 7.00, i got people because of their ethnicity or there is no reason why somebody the role of the arbitration panel home for about 9.30. religious beliefs. this is the first see you later, guys, love you. would do this. i don't know if which is in the withdrawal for commuting dad dom, step in all of this, the beginning, anything i am going to say will in agreement, made up ofjudges, a lot is at stake. lawyers, formerjudges, former if the trains carry on the way they will now write to the labour party and they will give them the still some cultures in this guy. a lawyers, formerjudges, former lawyers who would settle disputes they're going, i could end up not opportunity to respond and take part that arose between the two sides. few have any heart, with the pain seeing my children for days. the uk once that panel to have a role in deciding whether the every day he travels into leeds. voluntarily. if labour weren't to do backstop should come to an end if you have caused, just give yourself that, they could come up with it's ever needed, but the eu is something more, a formal up, afew you have caused, just give yourself up, a few have any conscience. a service he can't rely on. pushing back saying that's not what honestly, the pain this guy has the only thing that seems investigation, which would be highly the arbitration panel is designed punctual about them is the price rises every year. unusual. the labour party have said, for. it is to monitor people because caused, and the sole you has taken we completely reject any party the
my good behaviour and adherence to and where space is in short supply. the rules. things like is that you away from us, is crazy. crazy. that or suggestion the party has acted are acting in good faith and using unlawfully and will cooperate fully. its best endeavours to agree a trade a man in his twenties has is it. this is why northern says it's become the latest victim deal with their backs up, rather going to start running new, bigger of knife crime in the uk, trains from this spring, after being stabbed than a big political issue like butjudging from how to death in east london. peter szczes ny, is it. whether the backstop should be crowded it is this morning, the mayor of london, sadiq khan, peter szczesny, the father of hasjoined police and crime 17—year—old jodie chesney stabbed to they can't come soon enough. pulled or not. that's roughly, i but we've learned that northern commissioners from england and wales death in a london park last week,, think, we we are at the moment. in demanding more will not be able to run really long police on the streets. appealing for the person who did it services into leeds station, they've also warned the system to give themselves up. as it had planned, for dealing with young people thank you, very much, adam. from the end of this year. who are excluded from school public satisfaction with the nhs is contributing to the our chief political knife crime problem. is at its lowest point correspondent vicki young is at in fact, six—carriage in more than a decade, westminster and joins me now. alexandra macenzie has this report. according to a new survey. services will not arrive research found that waiting times, here for an extra two years, staffing levels and funding what is your sense of the way were the main causes for concern. at the end of 2021. earlier my colleage anita mcveigh forward over the next few days? spoke to the police the department of health and crime commissioner says its long term plan is making obviously next week will be crucial. it's because platforms at leeds for the west midlands, will not be lengthened in time david jamieson — one the nhs "fit for the future." of the signatories of that letter here's our health to accommodate much longer trains. to the prime minister. he says that police numbers it is very, very difficult. they we've learned that a letter, in the west midlands has seriously correspondent dominic hughes. need to get that change as adam was affected the fight on knife crime. signed on behalf of the transport secretary chris grayling, we've lost 2000 here satisfaction levels with the nhs explaining in order to persuade in the west midlands, a quarter of ourforce, have varied over the years, dozens of mps to back theresa may's was sent to the boss but the latest survey of public of northern last summer, we've seen the work attitudes in england, deal. at the moment it's not looking confirming that leeds would not be scotland, and wales shows growing available by december 2019. that we do in neighbourhood concern over the state of the health service. optimistic. both sides have substantially reduced. in 2010, the annual survey revealed, overall, record described talks as difficult, so you but the government insists northern the more worrying thing is that over levels of satisfaction. a high of 70%. know things are not going well. the knew the work was behind four or five years we've stopped question is how much of a change can schedule a year earlier, doing a lot of good diversionary in the summer of 2017. work, working with young people, geoffrey cox gate, will it be enough building relationships, but last year that figure for some, it shows how getting relationships between gangs sorted out, a lot of that really fell to its lowest point to persuade mps fall into line? you since 2007, just 53%.
dysfunctional the system can be. good work, visiting schools, there needs to be a systematic has come almost to an end with waiting times, have seen jeremy corbyn speaking to the number of staff, change in how it works and a lack of funding being the main senior conservatives about a closer because of the cuts in numbers. and that it is letting down, factors behind dissatisfaction. notjust the passenger there is a clear connection relationship, known sometimes as but the northern economy. between the two. the hearts and mind stuff people who have recently used common market too, many people think passengers are frustrated. is on the wane, you think? the service are much more satisfied, they could be a compromise across they're frustrated because they so, ithink a big issue don't understand why, is there more stop and search? here is access to care, parliament around a softer brexit, when they try to get to a train, getting those appointments, hence the warning from the it's full and they can't get on it. getting in to see a gp, stop and search is for example, and i think a lot of us chancellor, philip hammond, saying they don't understand why, a temporary measure. when they try and get it doesn't solve the have struggled with getting a gp pro—brexit mps should think very on a train, it's missed, problems of criminality, appointment and that's really having ha rd pro—brexit mps should think very hard before they vote against it's cancelled, and they need to see particularly knife crime. theresa may next week. they know greater accountability. in recent weeks we've got 18 knives an effect on satisfaction. that after that no deal could be and we all the time are getting taken away from stop and search, being free at the point of use, taken that after that no deal could be ta ke n off that after that no deal could be taken off the table and a delay to the quality of care, the complaints from passengers, so it does have a role. brexit could be what happens next. and the range of services were the main reasons people saying, what can were happy with the nhs, we do to solve that? the police only but patients recognise the attorney general was taking suppress criminality, the difficulties the questions in the house of commons but at the moment, the power today. this is what he had to say. and the money is not in our hands. particularly knife crime. health service faces. more local control of it is government policy to achieve the railways is on the cards. what we've got to look a government—commissioned review at as well as the causes of it, i'm satisfied with the the necessary change in the backstop service they provide. i'm not satisfied that they have got which will cause me to review will report in the autumn. and local authorities, meanwhile, northern is already enough funding to have enough people here in birmingham, we've and change my advice. to do the job properly. testing its new fleet. lost all our youth work. that is government policy. there's very little going on now. a few years ago, actually, it says it will start rolling them it's that type of thing that makes i changed my gp because i rang up that is the discussions out from this spring. a difference to where the children that we are having. and the first appointment they could i would say, mr speaker, it has come however, commuters into leeds get into criminality or not. will have to wait to travel offer me was in 21 days' time. on much longer trains. to be called cox's codpiece. tom burridge, bbc news, in leeds. people like to take the nhs what i am concerned to ensure for granted, and they criticise it what do you make of this suggestion relentlessly, it seems, is what is inside the codpiece but i think we need to put is in full working order! that there is a link between school
exclusions and knife crime? into perspective the work it's absolutely a link in my view. public satisfaction with the nhs i've seen their nasty, behind the scenes. is at its lowest point we are going to gloss over that! i in more than a decade, vicious crimes that happened according to a new survey. recently here in birmingham there will be particular concern will speak with mark francois who is research found that waiting times, that almost a quarter of respondents staffing levels and funding were unsatisfied with gp services. were the main causes for concern. the department of health and other parts of the west but it seems that direct, a pro—brexit conservative mp, what is it you would like to hear from says its long term plan is making personal experience of the nhs, the nhs "fit for the future." for example as a hospital inpatient, the attorney general when he comes here's our health notjust those involved death, gave people a more positive view some of them haven't been of the health service. back next week, what could persuade reported, a high proportion dominic hughes, bbc news. of the perpetrators, you to back theresa may? we want an correspondent dominic hughes. and the victims of those crimes are children who, sadly, have been excluded from school. objective opinion, there is a severe difficulty because the attorney some of them are unofficial satisfaction levels with the nhs exclusions because of bad behaviour, the bbc has learnt that longer general has become involved in have varied over the years, but there isn't really good quality trains, due to start carrying but the latest survey of public alternative education available passengers to and from leeds, conducting the negotiations. as i pointed out in the chamber, he is in attitudes in england, to all those children. won't start running until two scotland, and wales shows growing years later than planned. a very difficult position because if concern over the state northern rail had hoped to begin of the health service. operating the service into the city he agrees deal, he then has to come in 2010, the annual survey revealed, overall, record the other part of it is off—loading by the end of this year, levels of satisfaction. but the platforms aren't long enough back and advocated to the commons, a high of 70%. the children are massaged out of schools, ofsted say it could be to accommodate the carriages. whilst also giving as objective here's our transport but last year, that figure as many as one in ten schools doing advice. he ends up marking his own fell to its lowest point correspondent, tom burridge. since 2007, just 53%. this to improve exam results. homework in front of the commons, are you confident on causality, if there's any kind of trouble with waiting times, the link you are talking which puts him in an invidious the number of staff, about between exclusions and youth on the trains, it's cutting out and a lack of funding being the main time that i'm seeing my kids. position. violence, half said say there is no you have your own legal figures factors behind dissatisfaction. looking at anything he comes back proof that in and of itself there was one train recently where, people who have recently used with, what about this morning when exclusion causes knife crime. instead of getting home the service are much more satisfied, philip hammond said to you when some so, ithink a big issue because it is youth violence. for about 7.00, i got home for about 9.30. of your colleagues, you know what here is access to care, see you later, guys, love you. getting those appointments, for commuting dad dom,
happens on tuesday of the deal goes they say that these getting in to see a gp, a lot is at stake. down, the next thing is a vote in are young people with severe if the trains carry on the way for example, and i think a lot of us they're going, i could end up not parliament to take no deal off the have struggled with getting a gp behavioural challenges anyway. seeing my children for days. table and we know how mps feel about appointment, and that's really that. we then go to the possibility having an effect on satisfaction. and our education editor every day he travels into leeds. ofa being free at the point of use, is reporting that in some areas, that. we then go to the possibility of a delay to brexit, is that what the quality of care, where there are high rates a service he can't rely on. you want? and the range of services of exclusions, knife let me come back quickly to the were the main reasons people crime isn't on the radar. exchange in house of commons because so why are you confident, in your were happy with the nhs, but patients recognise the difficulties the opinion, that there is a link? the only thing that seems it is important. i was accosted by i don't think it's causing violent punctual about them crime, but having hundreds, is the price rises every year. health service faces. alex beard howard, who is the maybe thousands of children i'm satisfied with the in our area who are then ministerial aide to the attorney service they provide. being preyed upon by the gangs, general, he told me i had been i'm not satisfied that they have got and where space is in short supply. enough funding to have enough people this is why northern says it's indecent, that was the word, because often drug gangs, they are then to do the job properly. going to start running new, bigger i asked his basi difficult question. trains from this spring, a few years ago, actually, becoming involved in violence. butjudging from how crowded it is this morning, i changed my gp because i rang up they are the victims, if you are trying to intimidate they can't come soon enough. and the first appointment they could but we've learned that northern eurosceptic mps if you like of gangs, will not be able to run really long if you are trying to intimidate eurosceptic mp5 from asking difficult questions about the future offer me was in 21 days' time. we also know that some services into leeds station, of our country, in the house of of the horrible incidents that as it had planned, people like to take the nhs from the end of this year. for granted, and they criticise it happened here, the perpetrator has commons, you know, government aides attempting to intimidate other relentlessly, it seems, been somebody who was excluded but i think we need to put members of parliament from asking into perspective the work from their school. in fact, six—carriage services will not arrive legitimate questions, it's a here for an extra two years, behind the scenes. exclusions don't cause the crime, constitutional right to ask anything at the end of 2021. you want in the house of commons. there will be particular concern but they provide an army of young that almost a quarter of respondents it's because platforms at leeds it's in the bill of rights. what people who are ready to be recruited will not be lengthened in time were unsatisfied with gp services. that government aid has done is by the gangs who want to accommodate much longer trains. to perpetrate violence. but it seems that direct, completely improper, and i will be reporting him to the speaker of the personal experience of the nhs,
for example, as a hospital labour could face action inpatient, gave people from the equality we've learned that a letter, house of commons. it comes to a a more positive view and human rights commission over signed on behalf of the transport of the health service. complaints about anti—semitism in the party. secretary chris grayling, pretty pass when the government are dominic hughes, bbc news. it's contacting jeremy corbyn's was sent to the boss so pretty pass when the government are so desperate that their own government aid to have to try and party to set out its concerns of northern last summer, and request a response. confirming that leeds would not be available by december 2019. bully eurosceptic mps not to ask if that response is found when difficult questions. to be unsatisfactory, r kelly is back behind bars the ehrc could launch after a court appearance over a formal investigation. but the government insists northern iam sure when difficult questions. i am sure you and your group won't unpaid child support. labour says it will co—operate fully be bullied in all of this. just tell hours after an emotional with the commission, knew the work was behind schedule a year earlier, interview on us television, and stresses the party completely in the summer of 2017. me, next week, as i asked you, if denying separate charges of sex rejects any suggestion that it for some, it shows how has acted unlawfully. you vote down theresa may's or do abuse, the singer was taken dysfunctional the system can be. you vote down theresa may's or do you know what's coming, no deal will be taken off the table and brexit into custody for failing to pay more gideon falter is chairman there needs to be a systematic than £160,000 in child support change in how it works will be delayed, is that what you of campaign against anti—semitism, and that it is letting down, to his ex—wife. who filed the complaint notjust the passenger our north america correspondent to the equality and want? i'm not sure an extension to article human rights commission. but the northern economy. peter bowes reports. passengers are frustrated. 50 would go through, when, how long another day in court for the singer they're frustrated because they who had earlier told american thank you very much forjoining us. would it be for... don't understand why, television he was fighting what exactly is your complete? but you are then not in control of for his life. when they try to get to a train, the process, the eu were decide. separate from the sex abuse the complaint is that labour, over it's full and they can't get on it. charges r kelly is facing, he owes backdated child support the course of jeremy they don't understand why, when they try and get payments to his former wife. on a train, it's missed, the question is how long would it they have three children together. the complaint is that labour, over the course ofjeremy corbyn's leadership has allowed an atmosphere it's cancelled, and they need to see greater accountability. before, and for what purpose. if it a month ago, he was told by a judge of anti—semitism to grip the party. is only to kick the can down the and we all the time are getting that he would go to jail this is the party that was the the complaints from passengers, road there is no point. if you if he failed to hand over anti—racist party that we all saying, what can we do to solve that? extend by more than a couple of more than $160,000. r kelly's publicist said recognise, it set up the equality but at the moment, the power months you have to have european and the money is not in our hands. he could not make the payments elections three months, three years because he did not have the money. and human rights commission, and more local control of during jeremy corbyn has bagged a after we voted to leave the eu which the railways is on the cards. a government—commissioned review is ludicrous. he can't pay, as you know, leadership anti—semitism and will report in the autumn. victimisation of people who stand up meanwhile, northern is already
there is a dangerfor you he hadn't worked in a long time. testing its new fleet. is ludicrous. he can't book shows, it says it will start rolling them there is a danger for you that that time could be used by other members against it have become absolutely out from this spring. can't do anything. endemic in the party, to the extent however, commuters into leeds of parliament, including jeremy there's been a lot of things will have to wait to travel corbyn, to get a consensus around going on in mr kelly's life. that so many mps, 11 now, have left on much longer trains. lawsuits, all the things tom burridge, bbc news, in leeds. something else which will inevitably that are happening. and he just didn't have the money. in the last six months, starting bea something else which will inevitably be a softer brexit. this has had lots and lots of fences and so, he didn't have $160,000. with frank field up to ian allston and we've learned to take one fence over the cause of anti—semitism. we, at the time. the next fences on so, we have tried to work some tuesday, the withdrawal agreement, and the jewish community, let's see what the attorney general things out, it didn't work out. over the cause of anti—semitism. we, and thejewish community, have believed for the longest time that brings back, we will then take a detectives investigating the murder if we pointed out where the of a glasgow woman, julie reilly, view on how objective his advices to have found human remains r kelly is now back behind bars, in a back garden. the house of commons, and we will anti—semitism was, like any normal forensic teams made the discovery while on us tv the debate rages over while searching an area then decide whether or not we think political party the labour party in cessnock yesterday. the singer ‘s lifestyle. would attack it and stop it, instead ms reilly's family has been made aware. they're deal is compelling. let's it allowed the problem to fester, to andrew wallace is currently serving before he was sent to jail, a minimum of 28 years in prison deal with tuesday, then wednesday, r kelly was present but out of shot the point that now we feel there is for killing ms reilly then thursday, and we will deal with as his two live—in girlfriends spoke no option other than to go to the out in his defence, denying claims what follows from there. authorities and ask the equality and i'll speak to you on tuesday. that that they were being held captive, in february last year. and criticising their parents who had voiced concerns human rights commission to begin proceedings. now we are very pleased is the dilemma, i suppose, for some for their safety. to see that it has started a 17—year—old boy has been arrested mps. they know that if the deal goes when i first met robert, my parents after the sudden death of a woman told me to lie about my age. enforcement proceedings against the and child at a property in ipswich. down actually the government isn't labour party, which may lead to a in control of the process. you so, when i met him, suffolk police said a woman's body was found at an address he thought that i was 18. full statutory investigation. in swinburne road, and a young child my parents told me to lie didn't really know what brinkmanship some ofjeremy corbyn's will to say was treated by paramedics, about my age to him. but died at the scene. was before now, it's becoming so the teenager is being quesioned everything that she the claims are blown out of clear, isn't it, vicky? and the proportion and are being used to by police, but it is understood is saying is true. that he is not being detained our parents are basically attackjeremy corbyn who has always on suspicion of murder out here for money. or manslaughter.
situation with the labour party and you are saying the same. been clear that he passionately anti—semitism, the equality and believes in the rights palestinians, human rights commission is both of our parents are basically police investigating considering taking action, can you out here trying to get money. a suspicious package, sent to glasgow university r kelly were will appear yesterday, believe it is linked bring us up to date? and, where criticism of israel is to three small explosive they say this is the first step in court again in the child justified, he will feel free to make devices found at london's support case on wednesday. main transport hubs. peter bowes, bbc news. towards using legal powers, really. it. the problem is that this has nothing a bomb disposal unit we knew they were looking at destroyed the latest package the european particle physics which was discovered a day material sent to them by many of the research centre, cern, to do with palestinians. when labour after letter bombs were found has cut ties with a scientist at heathrow, waterloo councillors are saying that the dues and london city airport. jewish pressure groups, they are who said that women were less able some of the parcels had irish at physics than men. are parasites who must be crushed i post marks which have following these complaints, the organisation say they've decided fail to see how that has anything to regarding anti—semitism that they not to work with alessandro strumia prompted fears of a campaign do with palestinians. jeremy corbyn believe labour may have unlawfully following an investigation into comments he made at a workshop by irish republican dissidents. discriminate against people because on gender equality last september. of their ethnicity and religious in a statement, cern said it co nflates the beliefs. they will now write to the do with palestinians. jeremy corbyn conflates the issue of racism r kelly is back behind bars reaffirmed its commitment to respect against the jewish community with after a court appearance over labour party asking them to and diversity in the workplace conflates the issue of racism against thejewish community with a conflict going on hundreds of miles unpaid child support. voluntarily work with them to sort away. it's nothing to do with the hours after an explosive out their processes, change things interview on us television, and make sure this kind of thing which was of paramount importance. israelis and palestinians, or denying separate charges of sex anything else happening in the abuse, the singer was taken doesn't carry on. the labour party middle east. it has to do with what into custody for failing to pay more than $160,000 in child is happening in labour where we are went to agree to that, they could be support to his ex—wife. our north america correspondent a formal investigation into the a 17—year—old boy has been arrested seeing holocaust denial, conspiracy theories about the jewish community labour party. —— if the labour party after the sudden death of a woman peter bowes reports. and child at a property in ipswich. wound to agree they would be a controlling the world and the most suffolk police said a woman's body disgusting slurs which we are seeing formal investigation. the labour was found at an address another day in court for the singer party say very much that they have who had earlier told american in swinburne road, and a young child co nsta ntly television he was fighting changed how things work and are was treated by paramedics, disgusting slurs which we are seeing constantly repeated by labour but died at the scene. for his life. dealing with anti—semitism. members, labour councillors even, the teenager is being quesioned and the labour party failing to take separate from the sex abuse by police, but it is understood charges r kelly is facing, a man in his 20s has that he is not being detained become the latest victim on suspicion of murder action. when people in the labour he owes backdated child support
of knife crime in the uk, payments to his former wife. after being stabbed or manslaughter. party like margaret hodge stand up they have three children together. police investigating a suspicious package, a month ago, he was told by a judge to death in east london. sent to glasgow university to anti—semitism they immediately the mayor of london, yesterday, believe it is linked that he would go to jail sadiq khan, hasjoined police to three small explosive and crime commissioners from england devices found at london's snap her with a disciplinary case. if he failed to hand over and wales in demanding more main transport hubs. police on the streets. more than $160,000. they've also warned the system which eventually had to be r kelly's publicist said a bomb disposal unit for dealing with young people destroyed the latest package dismissed. we see this double he could not make the payments who are excluded from school because he did not have the money. is contributing to the which was discovered a day standard, people who stand up to knife crime problem. after letter bombs were found alexandra macenzie has this report. at heathrow, waterloo anti—semitism are attacked with he can't pay, as you know, and london city airport. disciplinary procedures and he hadn't worked in a long time. another death, another bereaved family. some of the parcels had irish anti—semites are left alone, he can't book shows, victims of this current postmarks which have can't do anything. prompted fears of a campaign suspensions are lifted. there's been a lot of things spike in knife crime. the party says it is stepping up going on in mr kelly's life. by irish republican dissidents. disciplinary procedures and will lawsuits, all the things here in east london, have more staff to deal with the that are happening. four experimental drugs and he just didn't have the money. a man in his 20s was found yesterday are being used to try to contain issues as they arise, lord falconer and so, he didn't have $160,000. an outbreak of ebola in the east has been appointed to lead a review so, we have tried to work some by police officers and paramedics. of the democratic republic of the congo. he died at the scene. of the claims. the new medicines have not yet been approved by regulators things out, it didn't work out. the 16th person to be stabbed to death in london this year. but are being used in an attempt surely, that's enough?” to save lives. of the claims. surely, that's enough? i sat in this theresa may was home secretary our senior africa correspondent very chain in 2016 when the same anne soy reports on the improvements thing was announced with an enquiry r kelly is now back behind bars, when police numbers were reduced. in the care of ebola patients while on us tv the debate rages over labour say those cuts are part where the labour party said it would the singer's lifestyle. of this current problem. during this latest outbreak. hold an independent investigation before he was sent to jail, the problem is that r kelly was present but out of shot violent crime has doubled. into anti—semitism. the rise, mr speaker, sorry, hold that thought, we have a as his two live—in girlfriends spoke technical thing that we need to do out in his defence, denying claims has been driven by austerity, a source of so much pride for this that they were being held captive, doctor, and a milestone and criticising their parents right now, which isjust to who had voiced concerns something the prime minister told us in the fight against ebola. technical thing that we need to do right now, which is just to say goodbye to viewers on bbc two. this a few months ago was over. until now, the survival rates for their safety. of expectant mothers who are infected with ebola interview will continue on the news
you cannot keep communities and their babies had when i first met robert, my parents been almost zero. channel. we will see you very soon, safe on the cheap. have a good afternoon. my apologies. told me to lie about my age. it's no good members so, when i met him, on the opposition benches he thought that i was 18. my parents told me to lie standing up and saying, "no, you're not," it is a fact that so, this is baby manuela, just a few days old, about my age to him. more money is being put and her mother, josephine. no problem. can we pick up exactly into the police this year, this is arguably a miracle baby. that more money is being put where we were, 2016, you were saying everything that she is saying is true. our parents are basically into the police next year. that's becausejosephine caught out here for money. ebola whilst she was pregnant. you are saying the same. that adult i sat in this very chair, both of our parents are basically london's mayor sadiq khan has at the time of delivery, described this as a national crisis. he's urging the prime minister she was taken into isolation when the labour party began its to put 10,000 police officers so that she could have the baby out here trying to get money. back on the streets. there, because nobody enquiry into anti—semitism in the was sure whether the baby would have contracted ebola, r kelly will appear and a few days later, the baby labour party. in court again in the child he says her idea of a knife crime this was supposed to be an support case on wednesday. summit may throw up good soundbites, peter bowes, bbc news. was tested and is ebola—free. independent enquiry, we were told four experimental drugs but it won't solve the problem. more staff would be higher than this are being used to try to contain an outbreak of ebola in the east the home office says it's hello, baby. of the democratic would to bed the whole issue. we a republic of the congo. listening to police officers, the new medicines have not yet been approved by regulators as law enforcement is vital. a reflection of how the level whitewash, the writer of the report but are being used in an attempt but say it's also about early of care has improved since the last was given a peerage straight after to save lives. intervention and preventing people our senior africa correspondent, big outbreak in west africa it was published on the problem got anne soy reports on the improvements turning to crime in the first place. in the care of ebola patients where dr camara modet first even worse for the years after 2016. alexandra mackenzie, bbc news. treated ebola patients. now we've got lord falkland was translation: ebola treatment already said that will not be during this latest outbreak. centres are now becoming criticising the leadership, he is earlier my colleage anita mcveigh spoke to the police modern and we are starting and crime commissioner for the west midlands, to use these cubes. a source of so much pride for this david jamieson — one not going to be investigating of the signatories of that letter they are transparent and that allows doctor, and a milestone to the prime minister. us to combat the rumours anti—semitism, for example ofjeremy in the fight against ebola.
he says that police numbers going around the community. and in terms of the medical care, corbyn, so this is not an until now, the survival rates in the west midlands has seriously affected the fight on knife crime. they help in case of emergencies. of expectant mothers ebola is obviously a very independent enquiry, lord faulkner who are infected with ebola we've lost 2000 here in the west isa independent enquiry, lord faulkner is a labour peer. what we now need, and their babies had serious infectious disease, the labour party has had since 2016 been almost zero. midlands, a quarter of ourforce, and it's essential to isolate to get its house in order, it has we've seen the work that we do in confirmed cases like the woman in there, and these pods failed to do so and now it's time neighbourhood substantially reduced. so, this is baby manuela, the more worrying thing is that over are the new way of doing that for the authorities to come in and just a few days old, and her mother, josephine. four or five years we've stopped isolation, making sure that there's address this matter, impartially and this is arguably a miracle baby. no contact between her and people doing a lot of good diversionary who have never been infected. independently. what do you achieve that's becausejosephine caught work, working with young people, ebola whilst she was pregnant. at the time of delivery, so now, people can safely visit with this, labour dispute that this building relationships, getting she was taken into isolation relationships between gangs sorted isa claim, so that she could have the baby with this, labour dispute that this is a claim, and they will cooperate there, because nobody out, a lot of that really good work, and talk to the patients. with the equalities and human rights was sure whether the baby would have contracted ebola, and a few days later, the baby visiting schools, has come almost to commission, what is the best you can this patient tells me she's an end because of the cuts in just received a good get out of this? if you win, what report from the doctor. numbers. there is a clear connection would that mean? with the point is was tested and is ebola—free. between the two. the hearts and mind she says that she will soon be discharged to go home and she's labour doesn't have the option. what stuff is on the wane, you think? is very happy about that. will happen is the commission will hello, baby. there more stop and search? compare the labour party to produce the survivors do some of the simple, text messages, e—mails, minutes of stop and searches a temporary but riskyjobs here. a reflection of how the level measure. it doesn't solve the they are helping to make life easier meetings, is much evidence as it of care has improved since the last requires, it will come to a big outbreak in west africa for both patients and the medics. where dr camara modet first problems of criminality, conclusion and it can force the treated ebola patients. particularly knife crime. in recent labour party to adopt a plan of weeks we've got 18 knives taken away the health workers also action. if the plan of action is not have some protection. from stop and search, so it does translation: ebola treatment they are among more than 80,000 implemented to the commission's centres are now becoming modern and we are starting have a role. the police only satisfaction it can actually go to
people who've been vaccinated. to use these cubes. court and seek court orders they are transparent and that allows suppress criminality, particularly knife crime. what we've got to look i think the vaccination has demanding the labour party do what us to combat the rumours going around the community. at as well as the causes of it, and is necessary in order to stop and in terms of the medical care, made a huge difference. further anti—semitic discrimination they help in case of emergencies. occurring. thank you very much. local authorities, here in if we didn't have the vaccine, ebola is obviously a very maybe in this time, serious infectious disease, birmingham, we've lost all our youth we would be talking about more and it's essential to isolate work. there's very little going on 110w. work. there's very little going on than 20,000 cases. some breaking news, the secretary of confirmed cases like the woman now. it's that type of thing that state for northern ireland has makes a difference to where the issued an apology following remarks the vaccine is still part in there, and these pods children get into criminality or she made in the house of commons are the new way of doing that of an ongoing clinical trial, not. isolation, making sure that there's what do you make of this suggestion as are four new drugs being used yesterday, first of all, to tell you no contact between her and people to treat patients for who have never been infected. that there is a link between school the first time ever. what the remarks were, she said that exclusions and knife crime? killings carried out by members of it's absolutely a link in my view. the british security forces during survival rates for patients so now, people can safely visit who get to the treatment the troubles were not crimes, but centres are improving. and talk to the patients. i've seen their nasty, vicious the actions of people fulfilling their duties in a dignified and this patient tells me she's crimes that happened recently here while it's not clear if that's just received a good in birmingham and other parts of the a result of the new drugs appropriate way, today she said, report from the doctor. or improved care, there will no yesterday made comments regarding west midlands, notjust those actions of soldiers during the involved earth, some of them haven't doubt be more ways to save lives during future outbreaks of ebola. troubles and they want to apologise. anne soy, bbc news. been reported, a high proportion of iam troubles and they want to apologise. she says that she will soon be i am profoundly sorry for the discharged to go home and she's the perpetrators, and the victims of offence may words have caused. the very happy about that. those crimes are children who, language was wrong, and it was deeply insensitive to many of those who lost loved ones. my position, the survivors do some of the simple, sadly, have been excluded from school. some of them are unofficial but riskyjobs here. exclusions because of bad behaviour, the position of the government is they are helping to make life easier but there isn't really good quality clear, we fundamentally believe in confirmation on the boat macro, next the role of the law. i know from for both patients and the medics. alternative education available to week, on the 12th of march, theresa
families i have met personally how the health workers also all those children. the other part raw the pain is and i understand why they want to see justice properly have some protection. of it is off—loading the children may has said the vote will be held delivered. more breaking news as they are among more than 80,000 are massaged out of schools, ofsted people who've been vaccinated. say it could be as many as one in any time up to the 12, there had i think the vaccination has ten schools doing this to improve well, the metropolitan police say a made a huge difference. been speculation it might be brought if we didn't have the vaccine, murder investigation has been lodged maybe in this time, exa m ten schools doing this to improve forward this week, but that did not after the body of a 34—year—old exam results. are you confident on causality, the we would be talking about more woman was found in a shallow grave link you are talking about between happen. confirmation from the leader of the house the vote is scheduled ina garden than 20,000 cases. exclusions and youth violence, half woman was found in a shallow grave in a garden in south—west london. that is all we have at the moment. a said say there is no proof that in for next tuesday. the plan is if the and of itself exclusion causes knife murder investigation has been the vaccine is still part launched following the discovery of of an ongoing clinical trial, a body in a shallow grave in a as are four new drugs being used crime. because it is youth violence. government loses that vote, there to treat patients for they say that these are young people garden in kew in south—west london. the first time ever. will be a vote the following day on we will bring you more on that as we get it. now an update from our with severe behavioural challenges whether mps would support a no—deal survival rates for patients who get to the treatment anyway. and our education editor is centres are improving. reporting that in some areas, where while it's not clear if that's brexit, and if they say they will headlines. a result of the new drugs there are high rates of exclusions, not, the day after, there will be a the eu demands fresh proposals or improved care, there will no from the uk to break doubt be more ways to save lives knife crime isn't on the radar. so the brexit impasse — vote on extending article 50. with as chancellor phillip hammond warns during future outbreaks of ebola. tory brexiteers to vote anne soy, bbc news. why are you confident, in your for theresa may's deal or face opinion, that there is a link? regards to that, andrea leadsom has a brexit delay the equality and human rights said if the brexit vote does not commission is considering taking i don't think it's causing violent action against the labour party pass on tuesday 12th, she will be after receiving complaints about anti—semitism. another knife death in london comes crime, but having hundreds, maybe making a business statement on that amid warnings over the links the headlines on bbc news. thousands of children in our area between school exclusions who are then being preyed upon by day to outline the next steps. and stabbings the eu demands fresh the gangs, often drug gangs, they proposals from the uk to break the brexit impasse are then becoming involved in as chancellor phillip hammond warns
in a moment, we'll have tory brexiteers to vote violence. they are the victims, if all the business news. for theresa may's deal or face but first, the headlines you like of gangs, we also know that on bbc news. a brexit delay. the eu demands fresh proposals from the uk to break some of the horrible incidents that the brexit impasse — the equality and human rights as chancellor phillip hammond warns good afternoon. one of the best commission is considering taking tory brexiteers to vote action against the labour party happened here, the perpetrator has for theresa may's deal or face after receiving complaints results in manchester united history about anti—semitism. been somebody who was excluded from a brexit delay. last night as they become the first the equality and human rights commission is considering taking tea m last night as they become the first team ever to come back from a another knife death in london comes their school. exclusions don't cause action against the labour party after receiving complaints amid warnings over the links their school. exclusions don't cause the crime, but they provide an army about anti—semitism. two—goal deficit after the first leg between school exclusions in the champions league to beat of young people who are ready to be and stabbings. recruited by the gangs who want to paris st germain. it all hang on a another knife death in london comes perpetrate violence. amid warnings over the links penalty avoided by the referee after between school exclusions and stabbings. this handball. it was a decision an update on our headlines. that split the pundits last night, haven shepherd was just the eu demands fresh a 14—month—old baby in vietnam proposals from the uk i'm victoria fritz but marcus rashid wasn't listening when she lost her legs to break the brexit impasse as he smashed home the penalty as chancellor phillip hammond warns in the business news. in a bomb explosion. tory brexiteers to vote sending manchester through to the for theresa may's deal john lewis has paid out its lowest she was a child born after two or face a brexit delay. bonus to staff since the 1950s, the equality and human rights quarterfinals. they will be a new people had an affair. commission is considering taking as full—year profits plunged but, because her bioloigcal action against the labour party mum and biological dad after receiving complaints couldn't be together, they tried to carry about anti—semitism. six nations starter for england this out a family suicide. 45% to £160 million. here is her incredible story. weekend as they face italy on another knife death in london saturday. eddie jones comes amid warnings over the giant chinese telecoms company weekend as they face italy on saturday. eddiejones has made a the links between school huawei has filed a lawsuit bold choice in midfield as our rugby in the united states, i was the miracle child. union correspondent reports. injury saying that a ban on its equipment violates the us constitution exclusions and stabbings. and harms us consumers. huawei is one of the world's largest i survived something so traumatic that telecommunications equipment has opened the door for some i wasn't supposed to live. and services providers.
and a dramatic comeback for changes, he really burst into the manchester united who made it through to the quarterfinals of the greggs has credited the fanfare international scene in november, but champions league. around the launch of its vegan it's the second action of the power i lost my legs when i sausage roll for driving a sharp charge midfield that catches the joe cockanisinga will make rise in sales. was 14 months old and his first six nations the bakery business says annual start for england this weekend. sales had broken through £1 billion for the first time. the story that i know he's been named in the side eye, eddiejones charge midfield that catches the eye, eddie jones opts charge midfield that catches the eye, eddiejones opts for an is that my parents had to face italy on saturday, enormous english back line. up front replacing jack nowell jones has tinkered, starts for the an affair and had me, and my biological dad couldn't who's out injured. be with my biological mother, so they decided to commit a family suicide. and callum skinner has announced his requires england look to unleash retirement from cycling at the age their cardiff frustration on the as you have been hearing, of 26. italians. carnot o'shea put either greggs bakery has reported record side have lost 20 in a row on that they strapped bombs onto themselves and held me, and the bomb was around the chinese telecom giant annual sales of £1 billion is sure to continue this weekend. my legs, and they blew me up. huawei says it's suing for the first time. the united states government over a ban on its products. chief executive roger whiteside has callu m washington says china could use been telling us about how he has is sure to continue this weekend. callum skinner has retired from huawei equipments to spy on, turned things around cycling at 26 years old, he won gold i definitely see or disrupt, critical communications. in the team sprint at the 2016 rio the legal action was announced hours that circumstance as for the business. after the senior huawei executive, olympics, he says he now wants to meng wa nzhou, appeared a real reason why you shouldn'tjust in court in canada, focus on reforming sports for the first time since being like all these things, be moping around your whole life. released on bail late last year. governance, and encouraging people it's not an overnight success, to get on their bikes. england's the us wants the 47—year—old with swimming, you cannot swim with extradited from canada to face greggs has been around for 80 years, charges of bank fraud. women have won the 2020 your prosthetic legs on, so when the first 75 years of our history international series against india, i can take off my legs, that means i have two hours dave lee reports from vancouver. of our history was focused chasing the host's a target of 111. on the takehome bakery market. to not be in my legs, these last five years, we have been meng wanzhou exhibited a remarkably not to be really uncomfortable. calm, casual demeanourfor someone transforming the business, daniel wyatt led england to a five it makes me feel really empowered. sending hundreds of millions who is at the centre of pounds turning greggs into wicket win that sealed the series, the modern business it is today. with a game to spare. konta is i was adopted when i
of an unprecedented political storm. during the short hearing, ms meng's we hit a £1 billion in sales last was 20 months old. year and this year will pass lawyers reiterated their argument i don't remember a lot through our 2,000th store mark. that she was being used it is a great success story. through to the second round at the during the last five years, as a negotiating chip we have been busy opening shops, about living in vietnam. 100 new shops a year on average. indian wells, she will next play the in the ongoing trade talks player from taiwan in california. between china and the us. every adopted kid has a gotcha date. evidence of this, the defence said, that's all the sport for now. i'm were recent comments by donald trump back with more just after the one those are in places in the past it represents the day the family suggesting he would intervene o'clock news. we would never have in the case if it meant getting opened a bread shop. chose you into their family. a more favourable deal. more breaking news from manchester i have two brothers and four crown court, we are hearing that a the next hearing will places you have described, 17—year—old accused of murdering a be held on eighth may. transport hubs, retail parks, before that, huawei industrial parks, areas where people teenager in a knife attack in sunday sisters, and 13 nieces and nephews. is going on the defensive. are away from home and need access to good quality, huawei announced it has filed freshly prepared food at great i think, after i made my first has been granted bail by a judge at a lawsuit against the us government. prices which is what we are giving. emerging time, that's for the high streets are a preliminary hearing. he appeared paralympics, that is how they track still very important. the company said america's decision 63% of our shops are you, that is when you get a little still in high streets. bit more serious. some of our best shops are there. to effectively ban huawei products in court yesterday, accused of that is when it all a lot of people work in high streets, go started to come together. was unconstitutional. about their business there. we are left with no choice they will stay part of our stabbing a teenager, and was else's i went to italy over charged with the possession of a mix for a long while. the summer and i got but to challenge the law in court. knife. at that hearing, there was a the new openings are away to swim with the us paralympic strictly speaking, these cases are not linked, from high streets now. swimming, and i got to wear the usa we have been successful but diplomatically in reducing salt, fat and sugar schedule for him to reappear today across my cap. i took a picture over it they of course are. which is the target now. and no application was made for and i was like, "it's real, this is about who holds "it's real." we sell a lot of sweet bakery items, bail. a preliminary hearing has we are reducing sugar the balance of power i hope, for my swimming career, in those items by 17%. heard this morning that the in the next technological age,
and canada, experiencing fierce 17—year—old has been granted bail. i get to go to the 2020 paralympics. pressure from both sides, we are on target to officers investigating being in tokyo for the usa would be is caught in the middle. reduce sugar by 20%. the grenfell tower fire in london this is the most turbulent moment working alongside public health say any criminal charges will not be england to encourage people to make the peak of my life, honestly. in canada—china relations healthier food choices. brought for at least two years. the metropolitan police says it has since tiananmen square in 1989, we recognise we are in traditional to wait until the inquiry into the disaster has concluded. and the rift between the two bakery products, our heritage, they are delicious but should be countries is diplomatic. 72 people died in the blaze in west eaten in moderation. it's now getting into public you could eat one from greggs, london in june 2017. they are the best quality and price, but not all the time the humble bucket is not usually perceptions, elite perceptions, because that is not my colleague, anita mcveigh, associated with climate change and there's a huge new negativity good for your diet. spoke to sailesh mehta, technology, but since the early days on both sides about the others. a barrister at red lion chambers this case is unquestionably bigger who has advised lawyers of seafaring, it's been used as than just one woman, for the grenfell families. a tool to measure sea temperatures. but the daily reality thejohn lewis partnership has announced a 45% drop he said he understood the delay. now, scientists want to digitise for meng wanzhou is that she must records kept from those days spend most of her time confined in annual profit for 2018, so they can track how and said its workers, to this house until this huge i am sure a number of the family the earth is warming. who also own the firm, members will be devastated. here's our science correspondent, diplomatic row is over. will only get a 3% bonus, but this was always going to be down from 5% a year earlier. a very complex investigation that could take years. richard westcott. dave lee, bbc news, in vancouver. that's the smallest bonus involving multiple fatalities. only by looking at the past can and, of course, the investigation you understand today's climate. since post—war britain. will be looking at not just it's fairly obvious. individuals potentially to prosecute, but corporations, and also institutions. beijing correspondent is in her home department stores across the board if you know the temperature the sea are under pressure. the prosecutors will want to make used to be, you can work out how city where executives say they will last year, house of fraser fell sure that they get it right, much it's warmed up. fight to defend their reputation. into administration before being bought by mike ashley, because they won't have a second the billionaire sports direct chance at it. for hundreds of years, founder. from the families' point sailors have been taking the sea and earlier this week, temperature to help them navigate. debenhams issued another profit of view, they will be it was all quite basic. warning as its sales
continued to fall. devastated by this news. canjohn lewis fight back? because, particularly those families so, it's 1863. group of senior executives have told who have lost a bit of faith assembled media at the fightback has here i am, ship's hand. let's talk to miya knights, in the grenfell inquiry, here we go. head of industry insight, they wanted some answers, begun. this isn't just eagle eye solutions. they wanted answers quickly, bring it up now. assembled media at the fightback has and they wanted a semblance at least it's not light. begun. this isn'tjust about a reputation, it's also a fight about ofjustice as soon as possible. the future of the global internet. what do you make of this, is this a they wrote the temperature in their from their point of view, huawei says it is launching legal structural problem for this they'll feeljustice logbooks, and now scientists delayed is justice denied. are comparing those old temperatures action against the us government to today to see how business, or specific? structural problem for this we understand the second phase much they've changed. over the ban on government agencies business, orspecific? is structural problem for this business, or specific? isjohn—lewis not doing the right things? of the inquiry may not start it isa until later this year or perhaps not doing the right things? it is a sign of the times that the early next year. buying huawei of equipment. a report has to be written, obviously the sea is 70% essentially washington's argument is the police have to pass this of the earth's surface, so, knowing that the nature of the chinese results john—lewis unveiled it is a sign of the times that the resultsjohn—lewis unveiled today in to the crown prosecution service. what the temperature of the ocean political system means that all is is really important for us the bonus, were better than what would your advice be to understand how global companies are at the beck and call to the families right now temperature is changing. to understand their concerns, getting hold of the old weather of the chinese communist party. their feelings, but to emphasise readings is harder expected. think back to september that sometimes justice can take last year, its half—year results, it time, and that it is absolutely than it sounds, though. therefore, huawei could be used to disrupt us by uncritical important to get this right? dull, cloudy weather and they passed two birds. communications infrastructure as the reported a 99% drop in profits. it that is the only message that advisers can pass to those families. world moves towards five g networks. has cut that means it is faring while it will be bitter news -- bergs. this is the scott polar research today, what we heard from huawei is indeed for them, the fact institute in cambridge and these slightly better than other the claim that there has never been that there is an investigation are the logbook hunters. sally and clive wilkinson have spent store rivals. there were years scouring the globe, any evidence produced to show that department store rivals. there were that is ongoing, i am aware a number photographing sailing logs discussions whether they were able and putting them online. it is acting maliciously against the to pay a bonus at all. the fact of senior officers and senior fire they are part of a project looking interests of its customers. staff are getting 3% has left them investigators have been working for volunteers from the public willing to log on and help
feeling more grateful than anything. transcribe every around the clock. snippet of information. therefore, to ban its products is ido feeling more grateful than anything. i do not know that the troubled and one can only hope and assume that they are making sure that the investigation discriminatory, and john—lewis faces is a structural, trimming coal and also unconstitutional, and harms the they share the same as many stores. is being thoroughly carried out, light instruction. interests of us consumers because it and that every single stone that looks like petrol. denies them access to advanced and is being looked at before they decide on the decision cheaper technology that meng wanzhou gigantic petrol? you say it will be welcome news to to prosecute or not to prosecute. produces. 5g is going to change the those who work forjohn lewis and a third of british electricity nature of our economies, and our could be generated waitrose, 85,000 workers. but some by offshore wind farms by 2030, i would estimate there could be societies, and at the heart of this after the government announced as many as one million ships' logs are facing redundancies. there were a new deal with the industry. and related documents in the world. isa societies, and at the heart of this is a question about the shifting we've only just begun store closures announced today. offshore wind currently after its been checked several provides around seven percent of british power, times, the information will be made global balance of power. china no yes, by no means a positive picture. but that could increase available for scientists around the world to use. longerjust produces to more than thirty percent some of those scientists have global balance of power. china no by the end of the next decade. longer just produces cheap it could also provide already spent years making global balance of power. china no longerjust produces cheap goods, it it is better than expected, to be 27,000 jobs in the sector. the old data more accurate. now makes advanced technology, and but environmentalists have been left the big question, as the world, wondering where the rest of the uk s adjusting for different pragmatic. the structural changes electricity will come from. bucket types, for example. governments, societies and economies interact with chinese companies is the wooden buckets get the water facing the high street, notjust how much should we be concerned that john lewis, mean many stores are let's talk to rebecca newsom, a bit warmer than the canvas ones. back home there is still an currently as we described them being and then, there's the human factor. head of politics at greenpeace uk. unreformed leninist political thank you very much forjoining us. you can see how there over stalled and underperforming in the face of very stiff and growing what do you think then? do you have is lots of room for error, really. the amount of time you put system. the bucket in, how long online competition. john lewis has concerns? of course, it's always before you pull it out, done a lot to build up its online how quickly you pull it out, how great to see an increase in you take the temperature reading.
we now have millions and millions business. at the same time, it has renewable energy, but we have to officers investigating of these observations the grenfell tower fire in london recognise the context in this and we are trying to understand say any criminal charges will not be had to cut its stores, rationalise situation, which is that there is an brought for at least two years. exactly what effects all these the metropolitan police says it has staff as well, as many other enormous energy gap because up until variations have on the data, to wait until the inquiry now, in recent years, the government so that we can get to the underlying into the disaster has concluded. retailers. there are going to be 72 people died in the blaze in west has been banking on the nuclear true temperature some staff are missing out programme to deliver most of our low changes in the ocean. london in june 2017. com pletely some staff are missing out so, generations on, the temperatures completely today. the online part of the business, carbon power by 2030. now, that bet taken by old sailors a third of british electricity and their buckets are helping could be generated to shape global decisions by offshore wind farms by 2030, okada led them up the online altar on climate change. after the government announced hasn't paid off, we are probably richard westcott, bbc a new deal with the industry. offshore wind currently provides in terms of waitrose products, only only going to get about one nuclear around 7% of british power, news, southampton. but that could increase to ditch them for m and s. waitrose power station rather than the six to more than 30% by the end the government was banking on, and we're living in an age of rapid of the next decade. is left with an unclear strategy how it could also provide asa 27,000 jobs in the sector. it will get into homes through the government was banking on, and as a result the only option left technological change. but environmentalists have been left available to the government in order the way we work is being wondering where the rest of the uk s to meet are legally binding climate transformed, and there electricity will come from. are concerns some older targets and to ensure that we have traditions are being lost. deliveries. you are right in part. one of the that's certainly the worry let's talk to luke clark at a company in eastern germany from the trade association renewableuk. brighter spots from today is the secure power is to dramatically which produces a very particular kind of product garden gnomes. they represent the offshore fa ct brighter spots from today is the increase renewables. and in that the bbc‘s tim allman reports. companies that have fact waitrose results were up 18% in reached the sector deal context, the announcement on agreement with government. offshore wind today doesn't go far he's in our central london studio. profits. their food welcome and thanks very much for fact waitrose results were up 18% in profits. theirfood business is enough. is that announcement meet iris and reinhardt and their little friends. joining us. good news for the contributing some strong results to achievable? it is eminently industry as you work with? this is a achievable, we know that speaking to for nearly 150 years, offset some of their difficulties in this factory has been really great announcement today for churning out garden gnomes. the offshore wind sector in the uk. industry they can go much further. non—food business. you are right, what we need to see is a tripling of it puts offshore wind at the heart the deal has left it slightly
of the uk's energy policy going exposed. given the fact it has a renewable power, offshore wind, onshore wind, solar, over the next forward. that's unique, no other good few months, just over a year to lots and lots of garden gnomes. country in the world has set out decade in order to meet our legally that level of ambition. we want to binding climate change commitments. adjust and extricate itself from and also to fill this low carbon that deal, and the fact its food get to 30% uk power by 2030 and go power gap. how much do you think it further. that will mean we are business is doing well on its own, i translation: here, garden gnomes could increase to fill that gap? were not only invented growing the amount of capacity we think we'll have enough time so it but brought to life, a symbol of hard work from the mine. we have done some independent have from 8000 megawatts to over at one point, there were 60 calculations looking at, based off of us working here. the climate change committee ‘s now, there are three of us. 30,000 megawatts. that's great news can shift the sales it is putting for the consumers in the uk, because grown analysis, and what we can see offshore wind is one of the very and soon, there may be none. is needed is an increase from what through on to its waitrose online the government is saying should be cheapest options for generating new service. we have to leave it there, thank believe it or not, production power, cheaper than gas, so as a 30 gigawatts by 2030 to at least 45 was banned by communist east germany for several years after the war. you. gigawatts by 2030. and over all, the financial markets are a little these days, the estimated gnome result of the announcement today, we are going to see a huge rage on bit down today. everyone looking at alongside significant increases with population of the country investment for the uk. the european central bank meeting at is 25 million, but, as popular onshore wind and solar, that would bea as they may be, the job 12 noon on monetary policy in the onshore wind and solar, that would be a tripling of renewables between of making them is less so. it isa investment for the uk. it is a big increase, is it about as far as it light of global growth slowing right translation: there are two it is a big increase, is it about as now and 2030. we really need to see faras it can it is a big increase, is it about as far as it can go? down across the world. possibilities here. credit go beyond that? we believe that's all the business news. either i work until i'm 100, government leadership and action to that beyond 2030 we can certainly ensure that is secured. or the garden gnomes reproduce by themselves. so they would still be a big the third option is of course keep growing, and investing, in the to find a successor, uk and oursupply shortfall? what happens, targets and that's who we are looking for. rather wet this morning across don't get met? keep growing, and investing, in the uk and our supply chains in particular. so to meet the challenge northern and western parts. further
of scaling up to that 30 gigawatts south and east, you have had some if a new generation of gnome the government is at serious risk of and the third of fell by 2030, we sunshine. that will disappear as the missing its legally targets which makers can't be found, the company may have are investing, today, we've rain moved its way in. some brighter to shut up shop. announced we're investing £250 skies in the north and west with the less hi—ho, more oh, no. million in the uk supply chain, and would be immoral when we are facing tim allman, bbc news. the aim of that is to make sure risk of hill snow. quite windy, a climate emergency that needs to companies in the uk are able to see significant government leadership to step up to. there is scale up and be competitive to win gusts up to 45 miles an hour. these work both here and international no public mandate for them to avoid and the queen has passed achieved market as well as we go further. to are the temperatures this afternoon, these responsibilities. they need to act now. rebecca another social media milestone feeling chillier especially in by posting an image on instagram newsome from greenpeace, thank you. for the first time. england and wales compared to during a visit to the science museum the high—street bakery chain support local uk content, that their greggs has announced yesterday. tonight, that rain will a sharp rise in sales. its annual figure topped £1 billion in london, the queen shared an image manufacturing, the construction, and clear away. the winds will turn for the first time in 2018, all the other activities that take lighter, the skies will clear and it up 7% in 2018 from the year before. on the official royal family account place in the uk, we've set a new will turn chilly especially across and — as the company's chief executive roger whiteside told target of 60% uk content for new the bbc this morning, of a letter from the 19th—century the northern half with a widespread those results don't even include offshore wind by 2030. in sales of the popular vegan sausage inventor and mathematician frost. a bright start, plenty of charles babbage, which was sent roll, which was launched injanuary: to prince albert. comparison, the automotive sector, we launched the vegan sausage roll at the moment, the uk content figure injanuary, as you say, sunshine despite that frosty start. so it comes after the is closer to about a0%. we are going the cloud increasing from the west results for last year. but it is the fastest selling line to see a lot more activity and job and with that outbreaks of rain will we have launched in my five or six creation as a result of these years with the business move in initially across scotland, and it is now a top—five seller proposals. northern ireland, into wales and the already in greggs. she goes on to say it seems fitting what are the issues though around south—west. temperatures up to 11 providing, you know, a really large it has reached all stores this week tomorrow. goodbye. i publish this instagram post at the
in fact because it took us that long to catch up with demand. share of energy in this country, the it has been a phenomenon. science museum which has long people clearly are turning lack of predictability? it's not towards pla nt—based alternative something that is the sole answer, food instead of meat championed technology innovation and and that is a trend we have seen inspired the next generation of in the market for some while, is it? currently, as it stands, 70% inventors. and the vegan sausage roll is an example of how people in a moment, it's time of energy suppliers would be met a for the one o'clock news, are making those choices now. with reeta chakrabarti. roger whiteside of greggs. but first, it's time few other supplies, although there for a look at the weather. now it's time for a look at is a? over nuclear energy in that the weather with sarah keith—lucas. aspect? certainly we think that offshore the weather continues on this wind isn't the only answer to u nsettled the weather continues on this unsettled note with low pressure certainly a day for wrapping up bringing spells of rain. some leading climate change targets. fairly warm, we've got showers, clea ra nce bringing spells of rain. some clearance guys in between. quite a blustery winds around too. it's not offshore wind would be providing about one third, on top of that bit of cloud in this picture. fairly feeling particularly pleasant this onshore wind and solar, those afternoon. lots of showers through renewable sources should be able to windy. in the evening, the showers central parts of england, and wales, find about 50% when we get to 2030. and across scotland some of them fall as snow over high ground. gusts should ease away. becoming colder. we think there's a lot more that no pressure not far away. we will be could be done, particularly with are reaching gale force at times. onshore wind, the cheapest way to generate new power in the uk, and we temperatures are between eight and left with this cold, northerly flow would need more positive policy ofair. no frameworks from the government, and 11 degrees, you will notice things feel chillier when exposed to the left with this cold, northerly flow of air. no frost last night but then, as you say, their nuclear tonight it will be frosty. energy has a part to play in meeting breeze. this evening most of the show was push away, the wings ease a
targets. also, what's important is little too. and clearer skies we are this afternoon, you can see the innovation. moving to a smart, expecting a frost tonight. flexible power system, that's we northerly wind blowing in a mix of temperatures as low as —20 —3 in would invest more in batteries, the towns and cities in scotland and showers. over higher ground, some northern england. —— —2 or —3. the showers. over higher ground, some showers are falling as snow over the roll—out of electric vehicles, and being more flexible about how we hills. these are the wind gusts, manage power generation and power even 15 miles an hour into cloud increases and we have some demand. we know that if we do that hill snow across scotland, driest and build that flexible system, that rush—hour. still a few scattered and brightest in the south and east. will save consumers very large showers in northern ireland and amounts of money. so it's both in our climate and our economic northern england. cloudy. some gale interests. thank you very much for force winds at times. cloudy across joining us at luke clark, from england and is with a few showers. renewable uk. thank you. those will push away into the north sea tonight. detectives investigating the murder of glasgow womanjulie reilly. those skies will clear, it will be a have found human remains in a back garden. chilly night. we will see a frost, forensic teams made the discovery while searching an area in cessnock yesterday. ms reilly's family has been made aware. temperatures below freezing for many andrew wallace is currently serving a minimum of 28 years in prison of us tomorrow morning, as low as —6 for killing ms reilly in february last year. let's cross to glasgow across northern england and now where we can speak scotland. to our correspondent james shaw. a sunny start. the cloud moves in from the west, and we will see rain
across northern ireland and scotland, north—west england and the south—west. across scotland, that thisjulie reilly this julie reilly was thisjulie reilly was befriended by rain will turn to snow over higher andrew wallace, and a short time after that he murdered her and ground. eastern england should stay disposed of her body in different dry for the longest. into the locations. during the course of the weekend, low pressure will clear to investigation into the court case, the east but we have more moving in he still refused to reveal where from the west bringing a mix of those body parts were, when he was sunny spells and scattered showers. being sentenced the judge offered through the weekend, still looking him the opportunity to say where u nsettled, through the weekend, still looking unsettled, windy and cold. some julie reilly because michael remains rain, hillsnow in were, and all he would say was that unsettled, windy and cold. some rain, hill snow in the north, some he would entertain an approach from sunshine particularly further south. 00:29:53,788 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 here. the police after proceedings were over. that was condemned by the judge who said it was callous that he was not able to givejulie reilly's family the satisfaction, or disclosure, of knowing where her remains are. it looks as though her remains are. it looks as though her remains have now been found,
although that has not been com pletely although that has not been completely confirmed, what we don't know is how it came about that they discovered them. there are two possibilities, one that the investigations led them to that location independently, the second one is the case that andrew wallace did decide that he was prepared to reveal the location of julie reilly's badi. either way it is a tragic and horrifying case, but at least it seems as though the family may have some closure in that they have learned where their loved one's remains are located. now, it's time for a look at the weather. we have a mixed picture across the uk. in southern areas may have had sunny spells but further north and west we have had wet conditions. rain is moving and eventually across
southern parts you will see that pushing in. it is quite breezy, blustery out there, gusts up to 45 miles an hour across most areas. and feeling chilly out and about, top temperatures this afternoon, seven. tonight, the rain will clear away. the winds will become lighter. clearing skies which means we will see some frost across northern parts. temperatures down to minus four celsius in northern areas. friday will start on a bright note, sunshine, the cloud filling in from the west. some outbreaks of rain. a top temperature of 11 celsius.