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this is bbc news, our latest headlines. hello, you're watching hello, you're watching afternoon live. this is bbc news — today at five: with the eu growing impatient, afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. i'm simon mccoy. our latest headlines. today at 3pm: today at 4:00pm. as politicians the chancellor tells brexiters with the eu growing impatient, and police link pupil school the chancellor tells brexiteers as politicians and police exclusions to knife crime — the father of a 17—year—old stabbing they risk a delay to the uk's link pupil school victim killed at the weekend departure if they don't back they risk a delay to the uk's exclusions to knife crime, the father of one of the 17 year speaks out. departure if they don't back olds killed at the weekend says hello, you're watching the prime minister's deal. the father of one of jodie chesney was knifed in the back afternoon live — i'm simon mccoy. the prime minister's deal. the 17—year—olds killed he wants justice for his daughter. today at 2pm: as politicians and police link pupil at the weekend speaks out while playing music with friends with the eu growing impatient, the ferocity of the attack, with the eu growing impatient the chancellor tells brexiteers school exclusions to knife crime, the father of one of how violent it was, — the chancellor tells brexiters in an east london park on friday. they risk a delay to the uk's departure if they don't back the 17—year—olds killed if we don't get the prime minister's he meant to kill her, they risk a delay to the uk‘s at the weekend says he wants there's no doubt about that. departure if they don‘t back if you have any conscience, any the prime minister's deal. deal done on tuesday, clearly they it wasn't an accident. justice for his daughter. the prime minister‘s deal. heart, if you see what is going on is facing renewed calls to resign— after she apologised for suggesting here and what you have taken away, the equality and human rights with the eu growing impatient, commission is considering taking will have to be a consensus built the northern ireland the beauty you have taken away from if the prime minister's deal does action against the labour party the chancellor tells brexiteers secretary, karen bradley, is facing renewed calls to resign— across parliament for some kind of they risk a delay to the uk's this world, just give yourself up if after receiving complaints way to go forward. departure if they don't back after she apologised for suggesting about anti—semitism. in the commons that deaths caused you have any conscience whatsoever. not get through on tuesday, then it there will probably be an extension of time. the prime minister's deal. by soldiers and police as politicians and police link pupil the northern ireland secretary, during the troubles were not crimes. karen bradley, has apologised school exclusions to knife public satisfaction they will have to be a consensus for telling mps yesterday that if we don't get the prime minister's his appeal comes as police announce crime, the father of one deal done on tuesday, clearly there with the nhs is at its lowest level built across parliament for some deaths caused by the police of the 17—year—olds killed in more than a decade — in the last few minutes and military during at the weekend speaks out. will have to be a consensus built kind of way to go forward. there across parliament for some kind of one factor is growing frustration the troubles were not crimes. the ferocity of the attack, with the time it takes to see a gp. that yet another teenager has been will probably be an extension of how violent it was — way to go forward that will probably public satisfaction with the nhs stabbed to death in london. time. is at its lowest level he meant to kill her, as politicians and police link pupil school no doubt about that. the other main stories exclusions to knife crime, in more than a decade. it wasn't an accident. be an extension of time. on bbc news at 5: the father of one of one factor is growing frustration chancellor philip hammond the 17—year—olds killed warns brexiteers to vote for theresa may‘s deal next week — at the weekend speaks out. the ferocity of the attack, how the northern ireland sport now on afternoon live or face delay to the uk‘s with the time it takes to see a gp. i don't know how you tackle secretary, karen bradley, with sport now on afternoon live exit from the eu. violent it was — he meant to kill is facing renewed calls to resign calls for the northern ireland this sort of thing. with katherine downes. her, no doubt about that. after she apologised for suggesting secretary karen bradley to resign it wasn't an accident. public satisfaction with the nhs in the commons that deaths caused after she suggested deaths caused sport now on afternoon live is at its lowest level by soldiers and police by soldiers and police it was never a penalty. it will be with katherine downes. in more than a decade — during the troubles were not crimes. i don't know how you tackle we'll be asking why. what a comeback for manchester united this sort of thing. in the champions league last night. coming up on afternoon live, coming up on afternoon live under the new handball rules because public satisfaction any time it hits your hands, whether with the nhs is at its lowest level all the sport with katherine downes. all the sport with katherine downes.
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in more than a decade — does it secure their temporary you mean it ought not it will be a manager's role? you have to ask what we'll be asking why. how long would you like your penalty but the rules have not 20 years after he was instrumental coming up on afternoon live, ina contract how long would you like your co ntra ct to how long would you like your contract to be and what would you changed yet so it is all about where 20 years after he was instrumental in a manchester united champions like your salary to be, and where more legal or social could do to all the sport with katherine downes. would you like the statue? those the hand was. never the less it was prove that he's the in the job at league, he masterminds another. does we re would you like the statue? those were the three questions from gary deemed a penalty by dar which are yes, after one of the best results this mean he will be the next neville to ole gunnar solskjaer supposed to take any debate out of after last night's champions league permanent manager at old trafford? i that bulk, so there you are, because in their illustrious history, manchester united coming from 2—0 old trafford, gunnar solskjaer. jc comeback. now the question from will find out more at half past. firms seems to be more a case of sarah keith—lucas down to beat paris st germain in the has all the weather. when and not if he will be given a people are still debating today hi, simon. because it has not worked. we should champions league last night, we will well, it's been an unsettled be asking what is next. more from me first week of spring. permanentjob at old trafford. we've got more wet and windy mention it was manchester united we weather in the forecast and what will the weather be like, for the next few days. are talking about. i was getting i'll bring you all the detail at half past. ——josie throughout the afternoon. there's a question missing. it's into that. just got sidetracked. and sarah keith—lucas old trafford, gunnar solskjaer. jc —— josie moreno said it wouldn't be possible to be fourth. they are also coming up: looking pretty cold and windy out has the weather. backed up to fourth. no team in the separating the art from the artist — there at the moment but showers do the latest claims it has been an unsettled first week should ease away leaving us with a about michaeljackson mean we should they beat paris then —— paris saint of spring, we have more wet and no longer listen to his music? pretty chilly night. we expect quite windy weather in the forecast for champions league over turned a the next few days. i will bring you a wide spread frost tonight and we all the details throughout the deficit as big as they did. let's will have the full forecast in afternoon. also coming up: separating half—an—hour. the art from the artist — thanks sarah. do the latest claims also coming up... about michaeljackson mean we should separating the art from the artist — no longer listen to his music? have a look at this photograph. if germain 30 —— 3—0. it is a historic thatis do the latest claims have a look at this photograph. if that is not an endorsement for ole about michaeljackson mean we should gunnar solskjaer, i don't know what no longer listen to his music? win for manchester united in the is. eric cantona and alex ferguson hello, everyone — this is afternoon live. patience in brussels, champions league, the first team ever to come back from a 2—0 deficit it seems, is wearing thin. the government has been urged salivating with him. var played a by brussels to table fresh proposals and went betide. that has prompted
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on brexit by tomorrow — to try to break the hello, everyone — this is afternoon live. hello, everyone — major part in the penalty, he had negotiating deadlock. i'm simon mccoy. this is afternoon live. tomorrow marks three weeks before patience in brussels, it seems, is wearing thin. the uk is due to leave the eu — calls for all gunnar solskjaer to be the government has been urged and officials in brussels said the father of the 17—year—old girl given thejob calls for all gunnar solskjaer to be given the job immediately to be by brussels to table fresh proposals they'd work non—stop who was stabbed to death ten senior players visiting from his in romford in east london last on brexit by tomorrow over the weekend — manager. i‘ve not seen anybody out to try to break the if "acceptable" ideas were received friday has called for longer on the issue of how to avoid a hard mandatory sentences for anyone negotiating deadlock. found carrying a knife. tomorrow marks three weeks before squad as well. he had academy border on the island of ireland. jodie chesney was playing music on social media, former players or theresa may's withdrawal deal in a park with her boyfriend pundits saying he is not the man for the uk is due to leave the eu — and some other friends, is to be voted on again on tuesday — when they were and officials in brussels said approached by two men. thejob. players and teenagers on the pitch today the chancellor philip hammond one of them stabbed her in the back. pundits saying he is not the man for the job. everybody seems to think he they'd work non—stop over at the end. one of those senior the weekend if "acceptable" ideas warned brexiteers in his own party peter chesney made a direct plea is, including sir alex ferguson and players, jesse lingard, reacted like that voting against it would land to whoever was responsible, were received on the issue of how this. that's what we do, that is to give themselves up. to avoid a hard border what we do! that is what we do, them in "highly uncertain" territory on the island of ireland. — and would jeopardise john! that's what we do! united their preferred option he's been speaking to journalists. the manager himself is playing down theresa may's withdrawal deal of leaving the eu on time. is to be voted on again on tuesday — the manager himself is playing down the chances of getting the permanent job and saying he is focusing on the today the chancellor philip hammond mentality, come on the boys, get in here's our political the ferocity of the attack, warned brexiteers in his own party job and saying he is focusing on the job in hand. correspondent nick eardley. how violent it was — that voting against it would land there! i hope he didn't aggravate he meant to kill her, three weeks tomorrow, the uk is due there's no doubt about that. them in "highly uncertain" territory it wasn't an accident. to leave the european union, and would jeopardise but 22 days before brexit day, their preferred option his injury jumping off i don't know how you tackle of leaving the eu on time. things are not clear. lam planning i am planning for the future of the here's our political negotiations are stuck and getting this sort of thing. club, it does not matter if imp, i there! i hope he didn't aggravate his injuryjumping off the sofa! correspondent nick eardley. a reworked deal through parliament the problem which makes it so hard am stuck giving my opinions and three weeks tomorrow, the uk is due what a way to celebrate. i imagine is that there is no reason, advice on what we're doing next still looks like a huge ask. to leave the european union, united fans and even neutrals, i was we don't know why, no motive. season. how much the government's top lawyer that's the problem. advice on what we're doing next season. how much can advice on what we're doing next season. how much can you plan if you but 22 days before brexit day, listening to the commentary on the is trying to get changes radio open—mouthed as i was driving you could almost come are the manager? i do not mind that, back from south wales. was it a on the irish border, things are not clear. but talks this week to terms with it if there penalty? let's not go there! six have not gone well. was a reason of any kind. lama are the manager? i do not mind that, negotiations are stuck and getting he says they will start again soon. i am a supporter as well and they a reworked deal through parliament wa nt i am a supporter as well and they want the best for manchester united. still looks like a huge ask. it is government policy asa
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nations, england back against italy to achieve the necessary want the best for manchester united. as a supporter i want the best, it change in the backstop, the government's top lawyer and they will want to bounce back will be the same advice. you can ask is trying to get changes she was the nicest person any on the irish border, which will cause me to review me that any time. it does seem to be but talks this week of us know, or knew. have not gone well. after that grim position after the everything about her was about being he says they will start again soon. and change my advice. kind, good, thoughtful. wales game. it was not an easy watch even if she didn't want to do it, a case of when now if not it. for wales fans. eddie jones she'd do it for you. it is government policy to achieve the necessary but there was time for a joke and just, there's just change in the backstop, about changes not amounting to much. no way that you could do this to a nicer person. he never puts a foot wrong, does he? wales game. it was not an easy watch for wales fans. eddiejones has made it has come to be which will cause me to review some changes. called cox's codpiece. joe cockanisinga will make his i want to make sure what's first six nations start inside the codpiece let‘s move on, six nations this and change my advice. imean, i mean, really. weekend and italy are hoping to for england this weekend. is in full working order. but there was time for a joke eddiejones has everybody is going to say that about their own bounce against england. about changes not amounting to much. kids, obviously, but really, you see on other it has come to be eddie jones has named eddiejones has named an enormous interviews and stuff, but really, she was just called cox's codpiece. eu ministers are not laughing, the nicest person ever. i want to make sure what's they say the uk has inside the codpiece backline. ben teo and managed to been far from clear. she wouldn't have done anything to yes, they have made some enormous we are waiting for a proposal is in full working order. deserve this, no way. she wouldn't from the british government. statements. we have heard what you don't have done anything to deserve this. joe cockanisinga will make his align the also in the backline. this first six nations start ministers are not laughing, they say want, we are willing for england this weekend. to know what you want. the uk has been farfrom clear. is the prospect for italy meeting the government is desperate to get heery is in action, one of five we are waiting for a proposal those enormous players in battle on changes on the irish border. i don't think or know brussels says it will look if anything i'm going to say changes made by eddiejones. saturday. massive, yeah. iwould is going to install any from the british government. at any new proposals it conscience on this guy. receives by tomorrow, i doubt it. ben teo and manu tualagi those enormous players in battle on saturday. massive, yeah. i would not like to play against it. but we got he doesn't have any. but as things stand there just isn't if you have any conscience also in the backline. we have heard what you don't a reworked deal to put whatsoever and you have any heart want, we are willing and you're seeing what's to know what you want. to make sure that those boys get in to parliament next week. going on here, and what you've taken such a strong powerful players, even the government is desperate to get changes on the irish border. the game, those boys get someone one there aren't the concessions away, the pain you've caused, and the beauty taken away from this the captain owen farrell says he brussels says it will look the prime minister needs to win over would not like lining up against at any new proposals it tackles. we see what they can do world, just give yourself up. them like italy have two. receives by tomorrow, the back benchers who say if you've got any conscience whatsoever. without changes they honestly. massive, yeah.
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but as things stand there just isn't with that. they can cause some won't back the plan. the pain that this guy's caused. i would not like to play against it. but we got to make sure that those a reworked deal to put damage. there are warnings, senior ministers the last time i spoke to her was on to parliament next week. meanwhile the scotland captain greig laidlaw will start saturday's game against wales friday morning, on my birthday. she there aren't the concessions on the bench. saying if they vote down the deal got up to wish me happy birthday ali price has been preferred before i went to work. she was out boys get in the game, the prime minister needs to win over at scrum—half, one of four changes next week things are very uncertain. with her friends and we were the back benchers who say made by gregor townsend without changes they following their defeat it would likely lead to an extension celebrating my birthday and i got those boys get some one won't back the plan. to france last time out. on one tackles. the call. yeah, i saw her friends. we see what they can do with that. there are warnings, senior ministers olympic champion callum skinner has they can cause some damage. retired from cycling. of time and an uncertain outcome, they were all in bits, they are all meanwhile the scotland captain he's only 26, and won gold greig laidlaw will start saturday‘s game against wales on the bench. for great britain in the team sprint dying their hair purple. all of saying if they vote down the deal at the 2016 games in rio alongside more uncertainty for the british ali price has been preferred them, there's purple all round the at scrum—half, one of four changes jason kenny. economy, more uncertainty made by gregor townsend for people across the country following their defeat he says he wants to to focus area to spread awareness and to france last time out. on reforming sports governance, so i would urge my colleagues and encouraging people to get to think very carefully. basically rememberjodie. and next week things are very uncertain. there's more exposure on this knife it would likely lead to an extension on their bikes. crime thing. if it can make it olympic champion callum skinner has of time and an uncertain outcome, and in the week after retired from cycling. she won the double—double and behind closed doors, there better than great. the less people more uncertainty for the british are talks about trying to force he‘s only 26, and won gold economy, more uncertainty at the european indoor athletics a closer relationship with europe. for great britain in the team sprint championships retaining her 3000 suffer like she did, and the less for people across the country at the 2016 games in rio alongside and 1500 metres titles, last nightjeremy corbyn met families get torn apart like we are, so i would urge my colleagues laura muir says her next challenge jason kenny. to think very carefully. with senior conservatives then it's a good thing. people carry he says he wants to to focus is to win her first outdoor world who want to stay in the european on reforming sports governance, medal, but she's also single market and keep a close knives because they want to use and encouraging people to get and behind closed doors, there taking time to reflect are talks about trying to force trading relationship. them. it seems to be pretty common on their bikes. on what she achieved last weekend. what we are looking for is a closer relationship with europe. england‘s women, have an agreement with the european union and not a problem to use them any won their 20 20 international she's been speaking to mike bushell. series against india. last nightjeremy corbyn met that would give us a customs union, more. i don't know if it's... people chasing a target of 112 with senior conservatives it's amazing, i never thought trade access and legal in the second match, who want to stay in the european single market and keep a close i could achieve something like that. protection of our rights. get a kick out of it or it's like a an unbeaten 64 from danielle wyatt trading relationship. what exact form that takes led england to a five wicket win it is a championship on your home rite of passage. did you hear about is the subject of negotiation. that sealed the series what we are looking for is track, you want to do well. time is running out. i thought we would try an agreement with the european union and do the double and make this guy, he stabbed this other with a game to spare. that would give us a customs union, next week parliament
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it that bit special, and it worked. will have its say again. bloke, he's a hard case. you're not trade access and legal that is all bespoke for now. holly protection of our rights. the pm still has work to do if her a hard case with a knife. what exact form that takes plan is going to become reality. you're now embracing pressure, hamilton will have more for you nick eardley, bbc news, westminster. seriously?! put your fists up if later on this afternoon. —— that is is the subject of negotiation. you're a hard case. anyone can stab time is running out. whereas in the past it of the sport. next week parliament will have its say again. someone. it's got to stop, where the pm still has work to do if her our chief political correspondent vicki young is at plan is going to become reality. westminster and joins me now. people think that this is ok. it's now on afternoon live — nick eardley, bbc news, westminster. let‘s go nationwide — and see what‘s happening around our chief political not. if you think you're a hard the country — in our daily visit correspondent vicki young is at we now have clocks with the clock to the bbc newsrooms around the uk. would get, like a lot case, hold your fists up. anyone can we‘ll be hearing about new wind westminster and joins me now. of athletes like you, ticking away just to it got to you a little bit. we now have clocks with the clock ticking awayjust to reinforce the point. how many weeks have we been sta b definitely. saying the clock is ticking?|j case, hold your fists up. anyone can stab someone. it's weak, it's farm investment in hull. you go in, being highly ranked, one of the faces, it can be suggestions cabinet is already resigned to losing this vote on high pressure. cowardly. and people are suffering, it is expected to bring hundreds of i told myself, why have you trained so hard? point. how many weeks have we been saying the clock is ticking? i think the fact there was this boat jobs to the area. tuesday. both sides describing the because you want to race, innocent people are suffering. just the one region today — you enjoy competing. happening on tuesday, another vote go out and enjoy it. let‘s go to peter levy in hull. ifound i was more what are these plans? hull and recent talks as difficult. on the deal, and both sides the mayor of london sadiq khan, government insiders are very gloomy relaxed and i ran better. and eight police and crime the olympics, this year is important describing the recent talks is at the prospect of any kind of in building up, do you set commissioners from england and wales, say the way pupils humber is the home to the offshore significant breakthrough in the next ambitions, or do you take difficult, have meant insiders excluded from school are dealt couple of days. over the weekend one race at a time? sounding incredibly gloomy about the with is contributing to knife crime. wind industry and huge plans have there might be some kind of shift, for me, i try to focus prospects of a breakthrough they've written a letter on the world championships, certainly in the next two days may to theresa may calling but of course the reason it is then after doha, for pupil exclusions to be i will look to tokyo. be even beyond that. and the problem more tightly regulated. for me, i can only do my the government said been announced, £48 billion important is because unless there is is if they don't get those investment. it is a huge boost to a significant change to the significant changes to the permanent exclusions withdrawal agreement they know that the industry. plans to grow the withdrawal agreement than theresa best and hopefully that should be a "last resort". they can't get it through offshore wind industry will be may's deal is heading for another parliament. and that in itself frankie mccamley reports. dance class for pupils tripling the number of jobs is good enough to medal or to win. triggers this process whereby the heavy defeat on tuesday. hence the in this college. offshore wind industry will be tripling the number ofjobs in the end of next week the government will stark warning from the chancellor, all have struggled with mainstream
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not be in charge of brexit policy industry to 27000 by 2030. at the really saying to pro—brexit mps, be my best is fifth, school, some were excluded. any longer, and that is why they are it's not getting in the way careful what you wish for, if you moment 7% of british power and that is what happens. of their high aspirations, vote down her deal you trigger this sounding really so desperate in some electricity is made by offshore but today the prime minister process where there will be votes in for the moment, your life as a vet cases, saying to their own side, to keeps your feet on the ground is on an ideal brexit, which parliament is being warned a broken system wind. under this deal 30% of our hold because you can't do both. those pro brexit tories, you have to are very likely to reject, then you be careful what you wish for because of support for troubled youngsters i have focused on the running electricity will come from offshore move on to do week delay brexit since qualifying last year, if you don't back the deal that is at the heart of a rise in violent i am hoping to come back to do crime, something altogether, that could well go actually it is total uncertainty. by2030 electricity will come from offshore through, and then in the labour charity or voluntary sandra disagrees with. by 2030 which is not that far off. work to keep my hand in. and that is reflected when you speak i am relieved i got we have a danish farm transforming to mp5. over the last few weeks so there's people who do it leader moving, it seems, towards many of them have a completely for the sake of doing it, grimsby, the old fish docks, making showing interest in a completely my degree as well. different view of what is going to then there's people who do different kind of brexit, which many happen at the end of all of this and it for protection. the wind turbines and in hull, the thatis happen at the end of all of this and everyone has their own motives would consider much softer, much that is because if the government, and reasons so you can never she has been studying to be a vet the governing party lose control of actually label a person closer to the eu. is that really the governing party lose control of the process then there is no way of for the reason why firm siemens are making huge 75 and now she's focusing purely on they carry a knife. what those brexit mps want to knowing how this might end. you have happen? if you look ahead to next despite losing a friend running, double double on the indo jeremy corbyn speaking to senior to knife crime, she wants metre long wind turbine blades. it week we could be standing here with to become a performer. two weeks to go until brexit day and tories about a very different kind is all good news for the offshore europeans, the world and the indoor of brexit, that could be where there you don't have to be in education coming up, the world seems to be wind industry today. but brexit is the government may have lost to make it in life because in a way opening up for her. what can she around the corner and recently com plete the government may have lost complete control of the process, it is some consensus. we are looking at that is what the media is perceiving is no wonder they are sounding achieve while she's studying for possibly a delay to brexit and i that if you don't go in education gloomy. and a message from brussels think the message there from philip you are not going to make it siemens have said that eight no—deal hammond is to say to those who want and that's not really the case. brexit would make things difficult would suggest there is no sign of university? and there would be disruptions. i anything happening imminently. brexit and who want to leave the eu there's so many different ways i have had a treat. catherine says for people to create ole gunnar solskjaer has won 17 out on time, think very carefully before and make new things in life. geoffrey cox today was saying we you turned down theresa may's deal spoke to the managing director of next week. and this is clearly why have put proposals on the table. of 1a games. siemens and asked him if eight the prime minister was so keen to some people are saying the eu has ole gunnar solskjaer has won 17 out no—deal brexit would be bad for the
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been complaining there is nothing of 14 games. i think! concrete, no text, i don't think ole gunnar solskjaer has won 17 out of 14 games. i think i meant 14 out just last someone was company. no-deal brexit is not what of 14 games. i think i meant 14 out say she didn't want to extend thatis concrete, no text, i don't think that is the case. i think they are of 17! sorry! he has lost one, psg, article 50, she has had to do that. we wish for because it brings saying there is nothing they agree stabbed by pavlos's home. is there not a danger the eu will with. but geoffrey cox said they are look at this and say they can push uncertainty. the great thing about this sector deal is it is looking to and he drew in the premier league. things way beyond?” it wasn't even a stabbing, looking at detailed proposals, they are discussing it and the talks will look at this and say they can push it was a shooting as well. sorry! thank you for putting me things way beyond? i think that's the point. if you take no deal off the future so went energy is a start again soon. of course, we because you don't straight. college accepted. -- the point. if you take no deal off know who is going to be next. job—creating future market that is could have a mad dash over the the table you could argue that it's the way young people are pushed, with exams, positive. he said a no deal scenario weekend, they are prepared to work changes the negotiation and if the they get so annoyed. eu are looking at the parliament but i don't think of the weekend, and there could be apology accepted. here which of course they are, they exclusions in schools would put most jobs some expectation management in all are the reasons for stabbings. positive. he said a no deal scenario would put mostjobs in the economy this, it might be in the interests will be looking at all those northern ireland secretary has said different people saying we don't the principal here thinks exclusions ata of government paint a picture where she is "profoundly sorry" play a part in youth violence. would put mostjobs in the economy at a rest, with the hulljobs be at for the "offence and hurt" caused wa nt different people saying we don't want no deal, some want a i understand why there is they get no changes whatsoever then after she suggested deaths caused risk if there was eight no—deal referendum, someone closer right a correlation between those things, something might come back, it might by soldiers and police that exclusion from mainstream brexit? agility supply is something during the troubles were not crimes. relationship with the eu, they may not be significant but it is better karen bradley faced calls to resign schooling is symptomatic of wider after the comments made in the house well be thinking this is all going than nothing. but they are clearly we require, it does not depend on of commons yesterday. to change and so they are in control problems which also lead them focusing on trying to persuade those let's hear what she said. of the process once we get to the into gang— related activity brexit. so that is a note, the jobs brexit backing mps to full interline point where mps say the prime and carrying knives and so on, are fine? i cannot see how the minister has to ask for an extension but it is not causation, because otherwise the uncertainty to article 50, at to brexit, in the that will proceed from there no one it is notjust because you have been industry will be affected. the excluded you are going tojoin a gang. bottom line is this is good news for can know where it will end up. there over 90% of the hands of the uk parliament can't control how long that delay would be. in the big that is simply not true. the renewable industry. it is is one word you are not expecting to terrorists, ever single one of them question is, if you get that point with the recent spike in knife use today, i can see you know what i crime, the spotlight incredibly good news. the world‘s what will you use that delay to do? largest offshore wind farm is of the we re terrorists, ever single one of them were a crime, the 10% were not is now being put onto schools. am going to say. it is codpiece. crimes, there were people acting exclusions might not be helping yorkshire coast. there are the theresa may might say to keep going the situation but in reality use today, i can see you know what i under orders and fulfilling their with her deal, to put it parliament the reasons young people are turning towers that go out and blades go am going to say. it is codpiecelj thought we were going to gloss over duties in a dignified and again, but others have a different that. for some reason what geoffrey view. they think they can use any to violence are much more complex. onto, siemens employee 1000 people cox is trying to do in brussels is appropriate way. i look forward to in a joint letter to
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and that will grow. it is notjust being known as cox's codpiece. i delivering the changes we all want extension to get the kind of brexit the prime minister, the london mayor they prefer. let's talk about at siemens, it is the supply chain to see. sadiq khan hasjoined crime that provides the stuff. they are she had been under some pressure to commissioners claiming poverty didn't think with three weeks to go labour, this anti—semitism row that and budget cuts are adding one of only two factories in the say sorry, it has come eventually will not go away. they could now to the rise in violent crime till brexit this is what we would be but what has been the reaction? and they are calling country making wind turbine blades face a human rights probe. this is debating! he might get a significant and you have to rememberjust three there have been calls for her to quite significant because it is the for an end to off rolling, first step in a legal process. yea rs and you have to rememberjust three years ago no one was an expert in change, he might get a small change removing difficult to teach pupils and want to exaggerate what is pretty staggering to think that they to boost results. making these blades, but siemens had really there. i should have got the resign and apologise which have been are getting to the point where they taken many mounting over the party for hours. making these blades, but siemens had ta ken many local people making these blades, but siemens had taken many local people and skilled memo about glossing over it. sorry he has now come out and made that are getting to the point where they are saying this about the opposition them up and they are making these about that! apology, very clearly, saying she is party. they are saying they have as well as new powers for local received a number of complaints councils to intervene on exclusions. blades. 30% of electricity from the northern ireland profoundly sorry, she says her secretary, karen bradley, has apologised for telling mps regarding anti—semitism, we believe what we are saying is earlier yesterday that deaths caused language is wrong and this was not support given to schools with more offshore by 2030, that is the plan by the police and military labour may have unlawfully accountability to schools her intention. she said it was discriminated against people because will hopefully lead to fewer during the troubles were not crimes. deeply insensitive to many of those children being excluded. announced today. some today mrs bradley said of their ethnicity and religious who have lost loved ones. that's the environmentalists are saying, where that she was "profoundly sorry key point. there are many victim beliefs. this is the first process, we know from a report for the offence and hurt from her majesty's inspectorate is the other 70% of clean energy they were right to the labour party that my words have caused", of prisons that nine out of ten adding "the language was wrong formally, they will have a chance to young people in custody in secure city coming from but great news for and even though this campaigners, families of people who was not my intention, it was deeply we re campaigners, families of people who were killed because of state action respond and to work voluntarily with training centres or young offenders during the troubles, some have said institutions had been excluded. insensitive to many of those the organisation, but if they don't hull and humber and great news for who lost loved ones". the government insists then things could change, you could have a formal investigation in which police budgets are rising the mayor of london, sadiq khan, it is too little too late. she green viewers. the plates are huge, and eight police and crime the eh rc could come back and say crime an immediate problem, you can walk three quarters of the commissioners from england and wales but for many who have lost friends, way down inside one of the blades. say the way pupils excluded should have turned around her words from school are dealt hand over documents we want to family and their children, these words may not be immediate enough. depending on your size. that was a with is contributing to knife crime. interview people, and that could be for them, action is needed to stop they've written a letter a completely different matter. thank to theresa may calling much sooner. we are expecting to more headlines like these. for pupil exclusions to be hear from much sooner. we are expecting to you very much. frankie mccamley, bbc news. bit rotten. i am sure you would get hearfrom karen bradley herself later on. she has had the backing of the northern ireland secretary, police have named a man stabbed more tightly regulated. karen bradley, has apologised
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senior colleagues at downing street, for telling mps yesterday that to death in east london the government said deaths caused by the police yesterday afternoon. all the way down simon. it is the permanent exclusions and military during david martinez was a 26—year—old should be a "last resort". the troubles were not crimes. frankie mccamley reports. geoffrey cox the attorney general in today mrs bradley said spanish national. nearest to a fan you have ever been. that she was "profoundly sorry emergency services were called the commons today. the key thing for for the offence and hurt to leyton where they found dance class for pupils that my words have caused", mr martinez suffering that was quick, i will give you from knife injuries. in this college. adding "the language was wrong he was declared dead at the scene. all have struggled with mainstream and even though this that! there is more on look north was not my intention, it was deeply school, some were excluded. karen bradley is, will she be able a police spokesperson said to retain the confidence of people insensitive to many of those it is believed that the victim it's not getting in the way in northern ireland? her comments who lost loved ones". came ata and the perpetrator were known of their high aspirations but today in northern ireland? her comments came at a particularly sensitive time because next week we are to each other and the incident the prime minister is being warned is not thought to be gang—related. the mayor of london, tonight. a broken system support for troubled awaiting the announcement of where sadiq khan, and eight police and crime commissioners from england youngsters is at the heart and wales, say the way pupils patience in brussels, it seems, is wearing thin. if you would like to see more on any of a rise in violent crime, the british army veterans who were excluded from school are dealt involved in bloody sunday, in which with is contributing to knife crime. the government has been urged 14 people were killed in northern they've written a letter of those stories you can access them something sandra disagrees with. ireland during the troubles, we are to theresa may calling by brussels to table fresh proposals for pupil exclusions to be awaiting the announcement as to on brexit by tomorrow on the bbc iplayer and we go there's people who do it more tightly regulated. to try to break the for the sake of doing it, the government said negotiating deadlock. nationwide every weekday afternoon. whether they may face prosecution permanent exclusions then there's people who do should be a "last resort". tomorrow marks three weeks before it for protection. the uk is due to leave the eu everyone has their own motives frankie mccamley reports. and officials in brussels said for their actions. her comments they'd work nonstop over the weekend and reasons so you can never caused a lot of problems at a if "acceptable" ideas actually label a person dance class for pupils tommy robinson, the former were received on the issue of how english defence league leader, for the reason why sensitive time. we will see if she in this college. to avoid a hard border is to face fresh contempt they carry a knife. of court proceedings. all have struggled with mainstream on the island of ireland. the attorney general — geoffrey cox qc— says despite losing a friend theresa may's withdrawal deal that it is in the public interest to knife crime, she wants will be able to resurrect the school, some were excluded. to bring the charges to become a performer. confidence she can have as northern is to be voted on again on tuesday. against the far right activist — ireland secretary is part of her today the chancellor philip hammond you don't have to be in education it's not getting in the way whose real name is stephen remit to deal with the troubled past warned brexiteers in his own party yaxley—lennon. to make it in life because in a way of their high aspirations, but today last year robinson was jailed of northern ireland. do you sense the prime minister is being warned that voting against it would land for making video recordings that is what the media is perceiving outside court that revealed a broken system support for troubled them in "highly uncertain" territory the identities of defendents. that if you don't go in education youngsters is at the heart and would jeopardise that conviction was subsequently you are not going to make it that it will prove to be enough, of a rise in violent crime, their preferred option of leaving the eu on time. and that's not really the case. something sandra disagrees with. here's our political quashed by the court of appeal
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there's so many different ways correspondent nick eardley. for people to create this apology? she will have some our home affairs correspondent — daniel sandford — and make new things in life. there's people who do it three weeks tomorrow, the uk is due has been following the developments for the sake of doing it, to leave the european union, just last someone was stabbed work to do, this is not the first then there's people who do and joins me now. it for protection. but 22 days before brexit day, slip—up that karen bradley has made. by power loss's home. some months ago she talked about everyone has their own motives things are not clear. what happens? the bottom line is and reasons so you can never it wasn't even a stabbing, being unaware of the nationalist actually label a person negotiations are stuck and getting unionist boat —— voting pattern, it tommy robinson is going to be back for the reason why a reworked deal through parliament it was a shooting because you don't they carry a knife. still looks like a huge ask. in court on march the 22nd at the know who is going to be next. it's the way young people was absolutely essential to knowing despite losing a friend the government's top lawyer high court in london, again facing to knife crime, she wants to become a performer. is trying to get changes co nte m pt of are pushed, with exams, anything about the area and she said you don't have to be in education on the irish border, high court in london, again facing contempt of court proceedings and but talks this week facing the possibility ofjail. the have not gone well. they get so annoyed. she did not know. this on top of to make it in life because in a way he says they will start again soon. us may remember this goes back to me that has undermined confidence in it is government policy but i don't think that is what the media is perceiving of 2017 when he first got in trouble exclusions in schools her position. it's a very difficult that if you don't go in education to achieve the necessary are the reasons for stabbings. for the way he was reporting on a you are not going to make it change in the backstop, the principal thinks exclusions play court case, he nearly went to jail and that's not really the case. which will cause me to review a part in youth violence. there's so many different ways government brief, northern ireland, for people to create and change my advice. ben and me last year, he committed a i understand why there is so much legacy to deal with because and make new things in life. similar offence in the eye of the a correlation between those things, of the 30 years of conflict suffered just last someone was stabbed but there was time for a joke in northern ireland. so much of that judge. he was breaking the reporting that exclusion from mainstream is being raked over and being about changes not amounting to much. rules which are strict about the way schooling is symptomatic of wider by power loss's home. problems which also lead them it has come to be resolved today. any sort of words that you report court cases. judge called cox's codpiece. into gang—related activity _by i want to make sure what's immediately killed him, the appeal and carrying knives and so on, have to be considered very carefully —— by his home. it wasn't even a stabbing, inside the codpiece court decided that it not been done but it is not causation, is in full working order. it is notjust because you have been when you are talking about deaths it was a shooting because you don't and the actions of police and the in the right way so he was freed in know who is going to be next. excluded you are british army during the time of the august and are spending a couple of troubles. she really did put her it's the way young people going tojoin a gang. are pushed, with exams, months in prison. there has been —— that is simply not true. they get so annoyed. european ministers are not laughing, footin troubles. she really did put her with the recent spike in knife foot in it. i think her position but i don't think they say the uk has crime, the spotlight exclusions in schools been far from clear. is being put onto schools. might be safe for now because she is are the reasons for stabbings.
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a very loyal ally of theresa may at we are waiting for a proposal the principal thinks exclusions play from the british government. the court immediately jailed months in prison. there has been —— exclusions might not be helping the time of brexit and all of the we have heard what you don't want, we are willing the situation but in reality com plete a part in youth violence. the court immediatelyjailed him. the time of brexit and all of the complete case and is, so theresa may to know what you want. the reasons young people are turning the attorney general is deciding cannot afford to lose any close i understand why there is whether it should be happening and the government is desperate to get to violence are much more complex. a correlation between those things, now he has decided contempt of court allies. i expect number ten will be changes on the irish border. that exclusion from mainstream brussels says it will look proceedings will happen and so it is in a joint letter to schooling is symptomatic of wider at any new proposals it back to court on march the 22nd and the prime minister, the london mayor problems which also lead them sadik khan hasjoined crime hoping this blows over. key to her receives by tomorrow, commissioners claiming poverty into gang—related activity and budget cuts are adding but as things stand there just isn't position will be retaining the and carrying knives and so on, a reworked deal to put a possible two—year jail confidence of people in northern to parliament next week. back to court on march the 22nd and a possible two—yearjail sentence if to the rise in violent crime ireland. but it is not causation, there aren't the concessions tommy robinson is found to have longer trains, due to start carrying the prime minister needs to win over committed contempt of court. and they are calling passengers to and from leeds, it is notjust because you have been won't start running until two excluded you are the back benchers who say for an end to off rolling, years later than planned, going tojoin a gang. without changes they the bbc has learned. that is simply not true. won't back the plan. as well as new powers for local northern rail had hoped to begin councils to intervene on exclusions. operating the service into the city michaeljackson‘s legacy by the end of this year, with the recent spike in knife but the platforms aren't long enough crime, the spotlight is being re—examined in the wake what we are saying is earlier is being put onto schools. of sexual abuse allegations detailed support given to schools with more to accommodate the carriages. exclusions might not be helping there are warnings, senior ministers in a new documentary here's our transport film on channel four. accountability to schools correspondent, tom burridge. the situation but in reality saying if they vote down the deal leaving neverland focuses on two men if there's any kind of trouble next week things are very uncertain. who claim the singer will hopefully lead to fewer the reasons young people are turning abused them as children. on the trains, it's cutting out wade robson and james safechuck say time that i'm seeing my kids. children being excluded. to violence are much more complex. they were aged seven and ten there was one train recently where, when the singer befriended them we know from a report instead of getting home and their families. in a joint letter to if we don't pass the meaningful vote michaeljackson‘s family have from her majesty is inspectorate for about 7.00, i got the prime minister, the london mayor always denied the claims. of prisons that nine out of ten on tuesday then we will go to a earlier i spoke home for about 9.30. sadik khan hasjoined crime to daily telegraph music critic young people in custody in secure commissioners claiming poverty parliamentary process which would neil mccormick who believes it‘s see you later, guys, love you. and budget cuts are adding likely lead to an extension of time training centres are young offenders for commuting dad dom, a much more complicated to the rise in violent crime and an uncertain outcome. issue that separating a lot is at stake. institutions had been excluded. if the trains carry on the way and they are calling the art from the artist. the government insist police budgets they're going, i could end up not more uncertainty for the british are rising and calls knife crime for an end to off rolling, economy, more uncertainty seeing my children for days. for people across the country i don‘t know whether it is all about and immediate problem, so i would urge my colleagues but for many who have lost friends, as well as new powers for local family and their children, these to think very carefully. the artist and their art. i think
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every day he travels into leeds. and behind closed doors, there words may not be immediate enough. councils to intervene on exclusions. are talks about trying to force this is about the question of a closer relationship with europe. what we are saying is earlier last nightjeremy corbyn met for them, action is needed to stop a service he can't rely on. with senior conservatives whether theme and wealth and the more headlines like these. support given to schools with more who want to stay in the european accountability to schools frankie mccamley, bbc news. single market and keep a close the only thing that seems punctual about them will hopefully lead to fewer trading relationship. is the price rises every year. children being excluded. clear of 21st—century stardom allowed a predatory paedophile to this morning the father what we are looking for is of 17—year—old jodie chesney spoke and where space is in short supply. we know from a report an agreement with the european union publicly for the first time from her majesty is inspectorate hide in plain sight. that is the since she was fatally stabbed that would give us a customs union, in east london last friday. of prisons that nine out of ten trade access and legal question we should be focusing on this is why northern says it's protection of our rights. peter chesney made a direct plea going to start running new, bigger to whoever was responsible, trains from this spring, right now. the second question, one butjudging from how to give themselves up. crowded it is this morning, young people in custody in secure what exact form that takes which affects everybody who listens is the subject of negotiation. to popular music, is can we still time is running out. the ferocity of the attack, they can't come soon enough. how violent it was, but we've learned that northern training centres or young offenders next week parliament listen to michaeljackson? i do not institutions had been excluded. he meant to kill her, will not be able to run really long the government insist police budgets will have its say again. there's no doubt about that. are rising and calls knife crime the pm still has work to do if her think that is the most important and immediate problem, question and i think it is a simpler it wasn't an accident. services into leeds station, plan is going to become reality. as it had planned, but for many who have lost friends, from the end of this year. family and their children, these nick eardley, bbc news, westminster. i don't know how you tackle words may not be immediate enough. one. we can still listen to michael in fact, six—carriage for them, action is needed to stop well, as we heard there this sort of thing. jackson, that is up to the personal services will not arrive more headlines like these. from nick eardley, next week the problem which makes it so hard frankie mccamley, bbc news. response of a listener. if we had to is shaping up another critical one, is that there is no reason, here for an extra two years, as mp5 again get their chance we don't know why, no motive. at the end of 2021. it's because platforms at leeds to have their say on brexit. expunge every creep and criminal let's take a look that's the problem. from art history we would not be will not be lengthened in time at what's coming up. you could almost come on tuesday, mp5 are due to vote to terms with it if there to accommodate much longer trains. this morning, the father left... you know, we would lose a was a reason of any kind. of 17—year—old jodie chesney spoke for a second time on theresa may's we've learned that a letter, signed on behalf of the transport publicly for the first time withdrawal agreement — including any changes lot of great art. but whether that i don't think know if anything i'm since she was fatally stabbed she has agreed with the eu. secretary chris grayling, going to say is going to install any in east london last friday. music that is happening right now, was sent to the boss peter chesney made a direct plea if they reject the deal again, conscience on this guy. to whoever was responsible, mp5 have been promised i doubt it. a further vote on wednesday, this very modern contemporary thing, he doesn't have any. of northern last summer, to give themselves up. if you have any conscience confirming that leeds would not be on whether they support leaving can survive in the contemporary
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available by december 2019. the eu without a deal. whatsoever and you have any heart environment because of these and you're seeing what's and if that fails, then going on here, and what you've taken the ferocity of the attack, mp5 have been promised allegations is a different question but the government insists northern how violent it was — and one that we are going to find away, the pain you've caused, knew the work was behind he meant to kill her, another vote on thursday, and the beauty taken away from this schedule a year earlier, there's no doubt about that. on requesting an extension the answer to very soon. world, just give yourself up. it wasn't an accident. to the two—year article 50 process, if you've got any conscience whatsoever. in the summer of 2017. thereby delaying brexit honestly. beyond the 29th of march. the pain that this guy's caused. for some, it shows how i don't know how you tackle now, the simple bucket dysfunctional the system can be. this sort of thing. is not usually linked there needs to be a systematic earlier our chief political with climate change technology, the problem which makes it so hard correspondent said the mood police have named a man change in how it works inside government wasn't great. but since the early days of stabbed to death in east london and that it is letting down, is that there is no reason, seafaring it‘s been used as a tool to measure sea temperatures. yesterday afternoon. notjust the passenger we don't know why, no motive. scientists are now scouring david martinez was a 26—year—old he is vicki young. spanish national. but the northern economy. that's the problem. emergency services were called passengers are frustrated. through log books — to leyton where they found i think the fact there is this vote they're frustrated because they you could almost come happening on tuesday, mr martinez suffering don't understand why, to terms with it if there seafaring it‘s been used as a tool from knife injuries. when they try to get to a train, was a reason of any kind. another vote on the deal, to measure sea temperatures. he was declared dead at the scene. and both sides describing scientists are now scouring it's full and they can't get on it. i don't think know if anything i'm the recent talks as difficult, through log books — a police spokesperson said they don't understand why, government insiders sounding going back two hundred years — it is believed that the victim going to say is going to install any incredibly gloomy about comparing temperatures then and now. and the perpetrator were known when they try and get the prospects of a breakthrough on a train, it's missed, conscience on this guy. certainly in the next two days, our science correspondent, to each other and the incident it's cancelled, and they need to see i doubt it. maybe even beyond that. is not thought to be gang—related. he doesn't have any. and the problem is if they don't get richard westcott, explains more. greater accountability. if you have any conscience those significant changes and we all the time are getting whatsoever and you have any heart only by looking at the past can you're watching afternoon live — the complaints from passengers, and you're seeing what's to the withdrawal agreement these are our headlines: saying, what can they know that they can't get you understand today‘s climate. going on here, and what you've taken it through parliament. it‘s fairly obvious. the chancellor has told brexiters we do to solve that? away, the pain you've caused, if you know the temperature the sea in his party to support the prime minister's deal, but at the moment, the power and the beauty taken away from this used to be, you can work out how and the money is not in our hands. world, just give yourself up. and that in itself triggers this process whereby the end of next week much it‘s warmed up. or risk delaying brexit. if you've got any for hundreds of years, more local control of conscience whatsoever. honestly. the government will not be in charge sailors have been taking the sea the railways is on the cards. the pain that this guy's caused. of brexit policy any longer, temperature to help them navigate. as debate continues over why violent a government—commissioned review it was all quite basic. and that is why they are sounding so, it's 1863. crime is on the rise, will report in the autumn. really so desperate in some cases, here i am, a ship‘s hand. here we go. meanwhile, northern is already police have named a man stabbed saying to their own side, bring it up now. the father ofjodie chesney, to death in east london to those pro—brexit tories, testing its new fleet. it‘s not light. who was murdered at the weekend, yesterday afternoon. you have to be careful what you wish calls for her attacker it says it will start rolling them david martinez was a 26—year—old for because if you don't back they wrote the temperature in their to come forward. spanish national. logbooks, and now scientists and public satisfaction with the nhs the deal then actually are comparing those old temperatures
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is at its lowest level out from this spring. emergency services were called to today to see how in more than a decade. to leyton where they found it is total uncertainty. however, commuters into leeds mr martinez suffering and that is reflected much they‘ve changed. from knife injuries. when you speak to mp5. will have to wait to travel he was declared dead at the scene. over the last few weeks so many obviously the sea is 70% on much longer trains. of them have a completely different of the earth‘s surface, so, knowing a police spokesperson said tom burridge, bbc news, in leeds. view about what is going to happen what the temperature of the ocean and in sport, an historic comeback it is believed that the victim is is really important for us at the end of all of this and that for manchester united, they beat and the perpetrator were known to understand how global to each other, and the incident is because if the government, paris st germain with a dramatic is not thought to be gang—related. the governing party lose control late penalty to make it to the of the process then there is no way temperature is changing. quarterfinals of the champions of knowing how this might end. a murder inquiry has been launched you havejeremy corbyn speaking getting hold of the old weather the work and pensions secretary readings is harder league. he will make his first six after the body of a missing to senior tories about a completely amber rudd has been appearing on the woman was found in a shallow grave. different kind of brexit, than it sounds, though. the so—called common market ii and that could be dull, cloudy weather nations start as eddiejones makes laureline garcia—bertaux and they passed two bergs. jeremy vine programme on bbc radio was discovered in south—west london where there is some consensus. this is the scott polar research two and has got herself into some after she was reported we are looking at possibly a delay institute in cambridge and these five changes for saturday. and missing on monday. hot water. let's get the latest. she to brexit and i think the message are the logbook hunters. the 34—year—old was found there from chancellor philip hammond olympic champion callum skinner has in a garden on darell road is to say to those who want brexit announced his retirement from in kew last night. sally and clive wilkinson have spent cycling at the age of 26. i will no arrests have been made and a post and who want to leave the eu years scouring the globe, finds herself embroiled in around on time, think very carefully before photographing sailing logs have more on all those stories just and putting them online. they are part of a project looking you turn down theresa around race and language. she was on mortem is to be carried out. for volunteers from the public after 2:30pm. may's deal next week. jeremy vine a couple of hours ago willing to log on and help and this is clearly why theresa may talking about the abuse that mps the home secretary — transcribe every was so keen to say she didn't snippet of information. amber rudd — says she is want to extend article 50, ‘mortified' at her ‘clumsy language' public satisfaction receive, to clearly online, and she after she described with the nhs is at its lowest level the shadow home secretary she has had to do that. as ‘coloured' in a radio interview trimming coal and also in more than a decade, said it's definitely worse if you're with bbc radio 2. is there not a danger the eu according to a new survey. a woman, i am quoting amber rudd. light instruction. waiting times, staffing levels responding on twitter, will look at this and say they can and funding were the main it's worse of all if you are a diane abbott said ‘the term and it‘s not always easy. causes for concern. ‘coloured' is an outdated, offensive and revealing push things way beyond? that looks like petrol. the department of health choice of words. says its recently announced long—term plan coupled with extra our political correspondent ben i think that's the point. money would "safeguard" coloured woman. i know that diane the future of the nhs. abbott gets a huge amount of abuse, if you take no deal off the table, dominic hughes reports. it's something we need to call out. wright gave us the latest. gigantic petrol? satisfaction levels with the nhs you could argue that changes
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the negotiation and if the eu have varied over the years, i would estimate there could be but the latest survey of public it is the use of the phrase coloured amber rudd finds herself embroiled are looking at the parliament here, as many as one million ships' logs attitudes in england, scotland and wales shows growing which of course they are, and related documents in the world. concern over the state of the health they will be looking at all those ina row amber rudd finds herself embroiled in a row around race and language. a service. different people saying we've only just begun. in 2010, the annual survey woman which was picked up, couple of hours ago she was talking we don't want no deal, importantly, by diane abbott on the some want a referendum, after it‘s been checked several revealed overall record labour front bench who thought it about the abuse that mps received, levels of satisfaction — was a terrible expression to use, some want a closer relationship times, the information will be made com pletely was a terrible expression to use, available for scientists around a high of 70%. completely outdated. she said in a particularly online, and she said with the eu, they may well be during the course of that interview the world to use. but last year that figure thinking this is all going to change that it during the course of that interview thatitis during the course of that interview that it is definitely worse if you fell to its lowest point tweet, . .. that immediately area and so they are in control some of those scientists have that it is definitely worse if you are a woman, i'm quoting from what already spent years making since 2007 — just 53%. of the process once we get the old data more accurate. she said, it is worst of all if you to the point where mp5 say completely outdated. she said in a tweet,... that immediately makes with waiting times, this a pretty explosive political area the prime minister has to ask the number of staff and a lack issue, puts amber rudd on the back she said, it is worst of all if you are a coloured woman, i know that adjusting for different diane abbott gets a huge amount of a for an extension to article 50, bucket types, for example. of funding being the main foot. an apology was clearly the wooden buckets get the water at delay to brexit, and the uk factors behind dissatisfaction. beer use their wet abuse, that is a bit warmer than the canvas ones. parliament can't control how long people who have recently used required very quickly if this was something we need to call out. it and then, there‘s the human factor. that delay would be. the service are much more satisfied, was the use of the phrase coloured the big question is, you can see how there so i think a big issue if you get to that point here is access to care, woman that was picked up importantly what will you use that delay to do? is lots of room for error, really. getting those appointments, going to be contained. in the last theresa may might say to keep the amount of time you put by diane abbott, who thought that the bucket in, how long getting in to see a gp for example. few minutes, amber rudd herself going with her deal, before you pull it out, responded in a tweet and said she was a terrible expression to use, to put it to parliament again, i think a lot of us have struggled was mortified by the clumsy language but others have a different view. how quickly you pull it out, how and sorry to diane abbott. her point you take the temperature reading. with getting a gp appointment com pletely they think they can use any we now have millions and millions stands that no one should suffer was a terrible expression to use, completely outdated, and she said in extension to get the kind and that's really having abuse because of race or gender. a tweet herself, the term coloured of these observations of brexit they prefer. and we are trying to understand an effect on satisfaction. is an outdated, have their wet exactly what effects all these while being free at the point variations have on the data, does that end it? it probably does, offensive and revealing choice of of use, the quality of care let's talk about labour, and the range of services this anti—semitism row were the main reasons people words. that immediately makes this a so that we can get to the underlying that will not go away. were happy with the nhs, it contains it, definitely. patients do recognise pretty explosive political issue, they could now face true temperature but sam rudd on the back that. an the difficulties the does that end it? it probably does, it contains it, definitelylj a human rights probe. changes in the ocean. does that end it? it probably does, it contains it, definitely. ithink the fact that she used such a term this is quite significant health service faces. apology was clearly required very because it is the first step so, generations on, the temperatures quickly if this was going to be in a legal process by the equality taken by old sailors
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i'm satisfied with the service and their buckets are helping they provide, i'm not satisfied that contained, and in the last few and human rights commission. they've got enough funding to have will be reflected on, the thinking to shape global decisions that these politicians go on with minutes amber rudd herself responded pretty staggering to think enough people to do ina minutes amber rudd herself responded in a tweet and said she was that they are getting to the point on climate change. thejob properly. richard westcott, bbc where they are saying this a few years ago actually mortified by the clumsy language and changed my gp, because i rang up when they talk about these issues. about the opposition party. sorry to diane abbott. my point and the first appointment they are saying they have received news, southampton. they could offer me stands that nobody should suffer a number of complaints the fact that diane abbott responded abuse because of their race or regarding anti—semitism, was in 21 days' time. gender. does that end it? i think it so quickly meant this was serious we believe labour may have people like to take the nhs unlawfully discriminated against for amber rudd but she has certainly people because of their ethnicity there has been another fatal for granted, and they criticise it try to close it down quickly with an and religious beliefs. stabbing in london, we are getting relentlessly it seems, probably does, it contains it details of this. it happened in but i think we need anyway. but i think the fact that this is the first process, to put into perspective she used such a term will be widely they will write to the labour party fulham, police were called in west the work behind the scenes. apology. formally, they will have a chance to respond and to work voluntarily there will be particular concern the chancellor has told brexiters noted and will ask questions about in his party to support with the organisation, that almost a quarter of respondents but if they don't then things kensington after reports of a person the prime minister's deal, were unsatisfied with gp services, or risk delaying brexit. some of the thinking that goes on could change, you could as debate continues over why violent have a formal investigation being stabbed. the london air crime is on the rise, among politicians when they discuss in which the ehrc could come back but it seems that direct personal the father ofjodie chesney ambulance service attended the scene these sort of subjects, and i think and say to hand over documents, experience of the nhs, who was murdered at the weekend, and a male aged in his late teens for example as a hospital inpatient, calls for her attacker these sort of subjects, and i think we want to interview gave people a more positive view to come forward. the fact that diane abbott responded was found with stab injuries to his people, and that could be of the health service, and public satisfaction with the nhs as quickly and strongly as she did a completely different matter. chest and was taken to a central dominic hughes, bbc news. is at its lowest level in more than a decade. london hospital where he died a means this is serious for amber rudd, but she has tried to close it short time later. the metropolitan the northern ireland secretary has police had put out a statement in ministers have announced down quickly with a very swift a new partnership with the offshore said she is "profoundly sorry" wind industry, to bring more the last few moments. the said investment to the sector. apology. for the "offence and hurt" caused the government wants almost you're watching afternoon live, after she suggested deaths caused here's your business by soldiers and police all our power to come headlines on afternoon live. these are our headlines: during the troubles were not crimes. from low—carbon sources by 2030, the european central bank the chancellor has told next—of—kin have been informed and a has announced a fresh brexiters in his party to support karen bradley faced calls to resign and it reckons this deal will mean round of cheap loans for banks. after the comments made in the house crime scene is now in place, and wind produces nearly a third the prime minister's deal, it's being seen as a move to stem or risk delaying brexit. of commons yesterday. of the uk's electricity. as debate continues over why violent detectives have been informed. the fears of a slowdown in the eurozone, crime is on the rise, let's hear what she said
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but environmentalists are wondering the father ofjodie chesney the bloc of countries that use over 90% of the killings statement ends by saying at this where the rest will come from. the single currency. who was murdered at the weekend, during the troubles policymakers at the bank said calls for her attacker were at the hands of terrorists early stage there has been no sarah corker reports. to come forward. and every single one arrests. this was just before interest rates would stay unchanged and public satisfaction with the nhs of those was a crime. for the rest of year at minus 0.4%. is at its lowest level the fewer than 10% that on the east yorkshire coast, in more than a decade. were at the hands of the military quarter past two this afternoon, hundreds of these huge wind turbine and police were not crimes. police called to one free place in blades are stacked up like dominoes. they were people acting under orders john lewis has paid out its lowest and under instruction soon they will be shipped off and fulfilling their duties bonus to staff since the 19505. in a dignified and appropriate way. west kensington in the fulham to what will become the world's an historic comeback for manchester i look forward to working district of london. a man in his they each gotjust 3%. biggest wind farm in the north sea. united, they beat paris st germain with her more to make sure we can they are made in our blade it's after full year with a dramatic penalty to make it late teens was found with stab to the quarterfinals. does it mean deliver the much—needed reforms, facility to the right, profits for the group injuries to his chest and died a so these are made in hull. the manager stays at old trafford? changes, that we all want to see. this is one of only two factories which includes waitrose plunged short time later in hospital. that 45% to £160 million. it blamed poor sales in its home in britain that makes these blades. joe cokanasiga department, discounting, the manager stays at old trafford? joe coka nasiga makes as our ireland correspondent, is breaking news, another stabbing and today's offshore wind deal higher it costs and the cost the manager stays at old trafford? joe cokanasiga makes his first six nations start for england as eddie emma vardy, explains, between the government the comments have come in the capital. we will bring you and the industry is set jones makes changes to saturdays at an especially sensitive time, of opening two new stores. ahead of an expected announcement more later. to accelerate this green revolution. match. and olympic champion callum next week on whether former british a warning from vodafone, the phone network says if it's not soldiers will face charges it's the coming of age of renewable energy, allowed to use equipment skinner announces his retirement over bloody sunday. from the chinese firm from cycling at the age of 26. more it will become the backbone huawei, 5g will be delayed there have been calls ben bland is here — for her to resign, to apologise, of the uk energy supply so i think at huge cost to the uk. on those stories just after 3:30pm. in a moment he will have which have been mounting over the latest business news. it's a huge step from government the us has been putting pressure michaeljackson's legacy the past 24 hours. first a look at the headlines on its allies to shun she has now come out and made that on afternoon live signalling what they want do the telecoms giant claiming is being re—examined in the wake apology very clearly saying that as politicians it would spy on behalf of sexual abuse allegations detailed and police link pupil school with energy policy and the industry in a new documentary she's profoundly sorry, exclusions to knife crime — of the chinese government. as you say. the father of one of getting ready to provide it. huawei rejects the accusation film on channel four. she has been saying her the 17 year olds killed and is suing the us leaving neverland focuses on two men language was wrong and this at the weekend speaks out. who claim the singer at the moment offshore wind provides government over a ban there. was not her intention. with the eu growing impatient abused them as children. — the chancellor tells brexiteers around 7% of british power they risk a delay to the uk‘s but that is due to increase to more wade robson and james safechuck say she says it was deeply departure if they don‘t back they were aged seven and ten insensitive to many of those the prime minister‘s deal. than 30% by 2030, tripling when the singer befriended them who have lost loved ones. the northern ireland and their families. secretary, karen bradley, is facing renewed calls to resign — we heard from dave lee michaeljackson's family have that's really the key point,
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the number of green because of course there are many after she apologised for suggesting victims, campaigners, in the commons that deaths caused collarjobs to 27,000. earlier about huawei families of people who were killed by soldiers and police and the industry will invest because of state action always denied the claims. during the troubles were not crimes. £250 million in a growth fund. during the troubles, we are high above the humber estuary let's speak to daily telegraph music here‘s your business here and coastal communities and some of them have come out today headlines on afternoon live. in yorkshire and lincolnshire have critic neil mccormick. and said it's a little too high—end fashion chain lk bennett greatly benefitted from the rapid it is all about the artist and the growth of wind power and now little and too late, has called in administrators. artand it is all about the artist and the art and whether you can separate the she should have really turned the business, which has 39 shops around her words much, much sooner. the industry is expected to double two. well, i don't know if it's all and about 500 staff in the uk, in size by 2020. vodafone has said that if there is a we are expecting to hear from karen bradley herself later on. ban on these equipment, there will signalled it was in difficulties the danish firm which builds about that. i think this is about she has had the backing of senior last week after lining up ey colleagues at downing street. the winds farms has expanded the question of whether same and geoffrey cox, the attorney general, as administrator if could not its base on the east coast, in the commons today. find fresh financing. transforming grimsby‘s fishing port. bea really the key thing the european central bank for karen bradley is, it's just a whole new lease of life, has announced a fresh ban on these equipment, there will be a delay in 5g. the government is wealth and the glare of 21st—century will she be able to retain round of cheap loans for banks. in the area and for grimsby that has the confidence of people stardom allowed a predatory in northern ireland. it‘s being seen as a move to stem struggled for some time currently looking at whether huawei but is really going through this fears of a slowdown in the eurozone paedophile to hide in plain sight. her comments came at a particularly renaissance and it is a sustainable sensitive time, of course, future for grimsby if we are should be involved in the 5g because next week we are awaiting — the block of countries that use that is the question we should be the single currency. securing green energy. focusing on right now. the secondary the announcement of whether policymakers at the bank said interest rates would stay unchanged but environmentalists warn that british army veterans roll—out. vodafone's chief for the rest of year as plans to expand nuclear question, the one that affects who were involved in bloody sunday, at minus 0.4 percent. are delayed these wind power targets technology officer has said a ban everybody who listens to popular in which 14 people were killed don't go far enough in northern ireland a warning from vodafone — the phone network says if it‘s not to keep our lights on. music, is can we still listen to during the troubles, michaeljackson? i don't think that we are awaiting the announcement allowed to use equipment britain, though, is the world's would also require his company to from the chinese firm is the most important question, and of whether those army veterans may huawei, 5g will be delayed biggest offshore wind market. strip huawei? equipment out of the i think it is a much simpler one face criminal prosecutions current 4g networks. and that would at huge cost to the uk. the deceits out plans for a five have cost implications presumably? for their actions. the us has been putting pressure huge, and vodafone says there is no stop we can still listen to michael fold increase in exports to the far on its allies to shun
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jackson, that is up to the personal you can see her comments caused east, europe and the us and it the telecoms giant — is notjust about the product, these response of a listener. if we had to a lot of consternation at a very claiming it would spy on behalf of the chinese government. huge blades, it is about exporting huawei rejects the accusation sensitive time and it is yet to see and is suing the us technology, services and knowledge evidence to show that huawei is expunge every creep and criminal government over a ban there. spying for the chinese have meant. whether she will be able to repair too. the damage and be able to resurrect from art, history, we would not be some people started here the confidence she can have left with. .. we from art, history, we would not be left with... we would lose a lot of as northern ireland secretary as operative, using skills from some critics to question help free great art. but whether that music as part of her remit apprenticeships to be able to deal with are something the government has previous industries, really been pushing in recent years so anything from joinery, northern ireland's troubled past. to welding, nobody any chinese business can be from do you sense, emma, from those — and especially this week? was beijing's influence. they point out thatis great art. but whether that music an expert in making blades three the founder of huawei, was a former who have been speaking yes, national apprenticeships week — that is happening right now can and there is a target is to get years ago, we have learned it and we to you since the apology that three million people into paid have honed our skills. survive in a contemporary will prove to be enough? apprenticeships by 2020. engineer in the country's army and environment because of the said i think she's really going to have and this expansion in joined the communist party. and some work to do because this is not allegations is a different question the first slip—up that to fund that, in april 2017 wind energy means more and one that we are going to find karen bradley has made. the government introduced jobs and investment for these some months ago she talked an apprenticeship levy. while they are in this bitter row in the answer to very soon. some people coastal communities, as the industry about being unaware of the sort any employer with a total payroll goes global. are having to make that decision of nationalist and unionist voting of more than £3 million patterns, something so fundamental sarah corker, bbc news, in hull. much more quickly than that. i am to the way voting and politics works a year pays 0.5% to fund here in northern ireland. the us? yes, they are suing the us the on—the—job training programmes. thinking of radio station bosses and here was a northern ireland but, through a freedom around the world having to read secretary saying she didn't really of information request — they called michaeljackson understand that fundamental pattern government. let's talk to our the training group city and guilds — the king of pop in his heyday, in northern ireland. told me earlier it‘s discovered but his legacy is being re—examined think playlists. i think we will see so that and this on top that there is £400 million remaining in the wake of sexual abuse correspondence. what basis are they of that has undermined allegations detailed suing the government on? they are unspent in the fund. michaeljackson slowly vanish from confidence in her position. in a new documentary film. alleging that the ban on huawei is any response the first part was shown last it's a very difficult government from the government on why night on channel four. really going against a clause in the public space, or quickly vanish. there‘s all that unspent leaving neverland focuses on two men brief, of course, northern ireland. money sitting there? who claim the singer us constitution. now huawei has put there's so much legacy to deal the department for education abused them as children. with because of the 30 years has given us a statement saying: the purpose of the apprenticeship wade robson and james safechuck say of conflict that was suffered forth a lawsuit to try and challenge it's not even about proving guilt, in northern ireland and so much levy is to give employers they were aged seven and ten of that is still being raked over flexibility to provide when the singer befriended that manner. from the american there has been a shadow over him their staff with a range
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today and still trying of training opportunities. them and their families. to be resolved. so any sort of words have to be spending on the apprenticeship michaeljackson‘s family have perspective, there is a lot of programme is demand—led, since 1993 when he paid off a boy's considered very carefully and employers can choose always denied the claims. concern about doing business with which apprenticeships now let's speak to laura snapes, while away especially with regards when you are talking about deaths they offer, how many and when. and the actions of the british army and police force during music journalist at the guardian. to the federal government, because family for $22 million, it was said the time of the troubles. to be to drop allegations. it of the worries about spying. any and what she said really we do not anticipate that at the heart of this is whether you affected his career at the time. but did put herfoot in it. company that operates in china can all employers who pay the levy after he died all that rumour and i think probably her position may will need or want to use can separate the arch from the be asked by the chinese government well be safe for now simply all their available funds ? artist, and therefore whatever they but they are able to, according have done their music lives on.|j innuendo, we were able to sweep that because she is a very loyal ally to give over that data. in the away and say let's concentrate on of theresa may at a time of brexit to their individual training needs". think in music if you compare it to interview with the bbc, the head of the music. but that is back now and and all the complications also — "there‘s been an extension other art forms, with writing and huawei had said, we will shut the going on with that, theresa may company down before we actually certainly can't afford to the amount of time employers have acting there is always distance to spend their levy funds between the person creating the art turnover any information to the to lose any close allies. chinese government. but that has a it will affect advertisers, from 18 to 24 months". and what they are betraying within so i expect number ten will be associations, do you want to be we were talking about retail earlier it, but music is so close, the lot of people worried and this means — some big news around on that? associated with the music? and a creator and what they are making, it hoping this blows over, yes — john lewis staff getting is really pa rt creator and what they are making, it is really part of them. and in the company will be going against essence we can't separate it, if but key to karen bradley's sense of following the money. radio position will be retaining the lowest bonus since the 19505 — these accusations are true, and i stations will be making a commercial the confidence of people believe they are, then everything rules that are already established about the allure of michaeljackson decision, do their listeners want to in china. to be safe, the us federal hear this music in the present here in northern ireland. asa government has said, we don't want quiz, the women‘s fashion retailer, about the allure of michaeljackson as a pop star, how famous and any of that business there. but as climate, and can we support it in saw its shares halve in value after it issued another profit untouchable he was, this is what you have pointed out, there is the home secretary — allowed him untouchable he was, this is what increased pressure with the us the present climate? and this is a amber rudd — says she is warning because of a drop in sales — allowed hi m access untouchable he was, this is what allowed him access to those children ‘mortified‘ at her ‘clumsy language‘ and if you‘re looking for a bright government for their allies to do different climate, it is after she described the shadow home secretary, spot then it‘s greggs. and allowed parents to feel safe the same so we are seeing the uk dianne abbott, as ‘coloured‘ their sales have surged in the first putting children in his hands so i in a radio interview post—hashtag me too, we are with bbc radio 2. on twitter, the labour mp said think it is completely inseparable. listening to victims and taking but there still seems to be allegations more seriously than they month and half of this year. government also analysing this. the "the term ‘coloured‘ is an outdated,
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hesitation, some sense of why should context is china and the us in a we re offensive and revealing we block his music, even amongst allegations more seriously than they were taken at the time. that is an interesting point. when he was alive let‘s talk to laith khalaf, radio stations. yes, with someone choice of words." these questions were still floating senior analyst, hargreaves la nsdown. let‘s just take a listen around, weren't they? they were, and to the home secretary‘s comments — greggs posting a billion like gary glitter it was fairly easy bitter trade row and also their that she made while talking pound turnover for the first time — annual sales. because nobody really cared about they really damaged his career. tojeremy vine on his radio 2 him by the time he went to jail, but chief financial officer was arrested show this afternoon. first i thought it was a new pastry, in canada on behalf of the us. the people kind of forget. his career he had just asked her if nasty in michaeljackson. case these are us is trying to negotiate with china comments by internet it is not, it is record revenues. trolls were more common was ina people kind of forget. his career was in a downward slope from 1993. the greatest pop songs of all time, if you were a woman. yes, good news and good news for the and even if we stop listening to on huawei, and we now see the eu his records were still selling well it definitely is worse if you are a because he was so famous, but he high street. it is a sign of them their influence on pop music is trying to negotiate a trade deal woman, and it‘s worst of all if you an erasable. so the public are strength for the bakery chain. one with the united states so there are a lot of moving parts with what is area woman, and it‘s worst of all if you are a coloured woman. i know diane of the big things that has driven really being presented with a stopped having major hits, he challenge in terms of how much can abbott gets a huge amount of abuse, sales is the launch of their vegan stopped having major hits, he stopped selling multi millions of you still feel comfortable liking regarded in the close. another story albums. his last album that came out andi abbott gets a huge amount of abuse, and i think that‘s something we need something when you know that the to continue to call out. but there person who made it was probably a sausage roll which has got a lot of in 2001 was pretty much a disaster, monster. can you still appreciate was a report done by lord bew into customers through the door and the artistry of someone and indeed that caught my eye, facebook? mark it really didn't sell. he hadn't the amount of trolling there was made any music for eight years etc, and it definitely was the case generated a lot of publicity. it is the artistry of someone and indeed the presence that he had on stage, before he died, because there wasn't canny about where it is locating its it is difficult to erase that from zuckerberg saying he wants his that women get it more, black and network to be more privacy focused, an appetite for it. his whole stores and shifting away from your memory. i don't think it's black and minority ethnic women get shopping centres which we know are what? this company has really been reputation received a boost, a it additionally. so it isjust in trouble, to other areas such as about erasing it, but the air is a black and minority ethnic women get it additionally. so it is just a bizarre boost after he died and he particularly nasty form of attack working environments and travel hubs stability of michaeljackson is what became the highest earning dead that focuses on gender and colour. such as airports and train stations makes the music. there was another hit hard by these privacy issues, celebrity. but the shadow had been where they know there will be documentary about quincy for them to come out and say that makes the music. there was another documentary about quinchones that came out a few months ago, he over him before and it is now back, the work and pensions and former co nsta nt where they know there will be privacy is the way to go and that is home secretary amber rudd. constant custom. we also got news the way forward in terms of darker than ever. we may loathe is a produced thriller, and the musicians messaging. they are saying they want our political correspondent ben from john lewis their partners and wright gave us the latest. employees will get the lowest bonus
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creep in a criminal, can we still amber rudd finds herself embroiled like his music? i think we can, in a row around race and language. she was on thejeremy vine show sense 1954, 3%. iwonder play some songs from it and michael messaging. they are saying they want messaging to be more encrypt it and employees will get the lowest bonus sense 1954, 3%. i wonder how much jackson isn't there because he dead, private. there has been a lot of a couple of hours ago talking thatis about the abuse that mp5 sense 1954, 3%. i wonder how much that is a bellwether of the backlash against facebook when it and it wasn't exciting. you saw the comes to privacy issues. the personally, because the music once received, particularly online. struggles on the high street for information of 50 million users was it has gone out into the environment she said during the course of that interview that it‘s definitely worse if you are a woman, is attached to ourselves and our own retailers. hugely, john lewis is one disseminated out, so we are now and i‘m quoting from of the strongest players in terms of first part of the documentary last what amber rudd said. the space it occupies so if it is night. i wonder what you made of the memories. and if village g or smooth "it‘s worst of all if you seeing facebook making this pressure creaking you know others are feeling testimony you heard and the fact against more privacy, about time, i are a coloured woman. the pain as well. the company saw a would say. thank you very much. i know diane abbott gets that certainly in the case of one of criminal is attached to something stock markets across europe a huge amount of abuse. the boys, his family was intent on responded positively very important in your life then it decline in sales but what will it to the european central bank will stay with you rather than with that‘s something getting him as close to michael jackson as possible. i think the we need to call out." decision on interest rates. the artist. but that is entirely a hurt its profits were the fact that that‘s what amber rudd said. testimony is completed ever stating, in the run—up to christmas it was personal choice. i heard michael i believe those boys and i believe they've since dipped again it‘s the use of the phrase having to discount so much to get after the policymakers held "coloured woman" that a press conference during immediately was picked up. shoppers through the door and that which the european central importantly by diane abbott, as far back as the first documentary bank slashed its growth jackson come on in a cafe the other on the labour front bench. is what has prompted people in and inflation forecasts for 2019 who thought that was and lowered those for 2020 and 2021. a terrible expression to use, completely outdated, profits and the bonus. there was it said that europe's slowdown speculation they might not be a when i was a teenager, those parents day, i had been watching the and she said in a tweet herself, was longer and deeper documentary which i found harrowing "the term coloured is an outdated, offensive and revealing bonus at all so perhaps against that are contrite, they were taken in by that's all the business news. choice of words." and completely believable, and i the lure of fame and the idea that background 3% is not too bad. we had he might be able to transform their we're living in an age of rapid went from a moment of going oh, its that immediately makes this a pretty background 396 is not too bad. we had explosive political issue and puts the european central bank earlier lives. fame is seductive, and i amber rudd on the back foot. billiejean, saying it is going to keep offering think the question of whether we can technological change. listen to his music now, that is a went from a moment of going oh, its an apology clearly was required cheap loans to make sure that banks billie jean, to immediately went from a moment of going oh, its billiejean, to immediately thinking very quickly if this about the allegations and it put me was going to be contained. keep lending to adverts that slow personal thing that people have to reckon with, but i think the legacy they are going to bring ai robots off. i think people will be dealing in the last few minutes amber rudd down in the eurozone. that seemed to from this case that we have to take with that kind of emotional into do thisjob, very they are going to bring ai robots herself has responded in a tweet give markets a boost then they took into do this job, very shortly, don't worry! response. thank you very much. saying she was mortified
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forward is addressing our at the clumsy language a dip when the growth forecast was relationship with celebrity and the way we work is being transformed and sorry to diane abbott. understanding how we let people get and there are concerns some older slashed. it does not look great, so big that they become so traditions are being lost. northern ireland secretary that's certainly the worry has said she is "profoundly sorry" "my point stands that no does it? it doesn't, no. this is the untouchable that we excuse their at a company in eastern germany — for the "offence and hurt" caused after she suggested deaths caused one should suffer abuse crimes are alleged crimes, i think which produces a very particular by soldiers and police because of their race or gender." thatis kind of product — garden gnomes. does that end it? crimes are alleged crimes, i think that is the big issue here. if he the bbc‘s tim allman reports. during the troubles were not crimes. i think that probably does. whole thing about current monetary karen bradley faced calls to resign it contains it anyway. was the king of pop in his heyday, meet iris and reinhardt and their little friends. after the comments made in the house policy. we are a decade on with how will historyjudge him? he still for nearly 150 years, of commons yesterday. this factory has been let's hear what she said. i think the fact she used such churning out garden gnomes. interest rates cut. the anticipation was the king of pop at that point a term will be widely noted but we have to understand he used is because interest rates are so low over 90% of the killings during the they are going to go up from here that as a way to exert power over troubles were at the hands of and there will be questions about some of the thinking that goes but the problem is, if the economy very vulnerable people. so i think terrorists, every single one of those was a crime. the fewer than on among politicians when they discuss these is not firing we see that central 10% that were at the hands of the sorts of subjects. banks are willing to move in the looking back it is definitely possible to say, yes, he wrote great military and police were not crimes, i think the fact diane abbott opposite direction, and we have seen they were people acting under orders a small hint of that today. the responded as quickly and strongly songs but this is what fame afforded and under instruction and in lots and lots of garden gnomes. as she did means that this translation: here, garden gnomes global economy is struggling, there were not only invented fulfilling their duties in a is serious for amber rudd. isa number of him. thank you, laura. but brought to life, dignified and appropriate way. i she has certainly tried global economy is struggling, there is a number of different problems a symbol of hard work from the mine. to close it down quickly look forward to working with her out there, brexit is one but tate officers investigating at one point, there were 60 more to ensure we can deliver the with a very swift apology. the grenfell tower fire in london of us working here. has taken a shine of things as well say that criminal charges will not much—needed reforms and changes that public satisfaction with the nhs be considered until 2021, now, there are three of us. we all want to see. is at its lowest level so don‘t bet interest rates going on at the end of the public in more than a decade, the n1 direction i would say. inquiry into the disaster. and soon, there may be none. our ireland correspondent emma vardy explains that according to a new survey. representatives of relatives pressure had been increasing waiting times, staffing levels so don‘t bet interest rates going on the n1 direction i would saym and survivors of grenfell say believe it or not, production on the northern ireland secretary so don‘t bet interest rates going on the n1 direction i would say. it is they are frustrated was banned by communist east germany since those comments yesterday. and funding were the main world book day, read anything good causes for concern. and disheartened at the news. for several years after the war. the department of health recently? i read what a ship says its recently announced 72 people died in the blaze in west long—term plan coupled with extra these days, the estimated gnome money would "safeguard" recently, it was good. and also the population of the country there have been calls for her to the future of the nhs. london in june 2017. dominic hughes reports. big short by michael lewis, a good is 25 million, but, as popular resign, to apologise, which have financial author. i saw the film and
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the chinese telecom giant as they may be, the job been mounting over the past 24—hour huawei says it's suing of making them is less so. satisfaction levels with the nhs the united states government over is. she has now come out and made enjoyed it a lot. have you read a ban on its products. have varied over the years, translation: there are two but the latest survey of public washington says china could use that apology, very clearly, saying possibilities here. anything good recently? huawei equipments to spy on, attitudes in england, i have actually, yes. jimmy webb‘s or disrupt, critical communications. either i work until i'm 100, she is profoundly sorry. as you say, or the garden gnomes she is profoundly sorry. as you say, she says her language was wrong and scotland and wales shows growing concern the legal action was announced hours reproduce by themselves. this was not her intention. she says over the state of the health service. autobiography, he wrote songs and he after the senior huawei executive, in 2010, the annual survey the third option is of course it was deeply insensitive to many of revealed overall record has a remarkable life very good, meng wa nzhou, appeared to find a successor, those who have lost loved ones. and levels of satisfaction — in court in canada, and that's who we are looking for. thatis those who have lost loved ones. and that is really the key point, a high of 70%. for the first time since being because of course there are many but last year that figure fell released on bail late last year. if a new generation of gnome thanks for the recommendation. the us wants the 47—year—old victims, campaigners, families of to its lowest point since 2007 — iam reading makers can't be found, extradited from canada to face the company may have people who were killed because of just 53% — with waiting times, charges of bank fraud. state action during the troubles who thanks for the recommendation. i am reading the life and times of to shut up shop. the number of staff and a lack dave lee reports from vancouver. simon mccoy, puts me to sleep every less hi—ho, more oh, no. have some of them come out and said of funding being the main factors todayit have some of them come out and said today it is too little too late and meng wanzhou exhibited a remarkably behind dissatisfaction. tim allman, bbc news. night. calm, casual demeanourfor someone that she should have really turned people who have recently used who is at the centre the service are much more satisfied, around her words much sooner. we are stock markets across europe responded positively of an unprecedented political storm. so i think a big issue to the european central bank time for a look at the weather. here is access to care, during the short hearing, ms meng's getting those appointments, decision on interest rates. expecting to hear from they have dipped after the growth. lawyers reiterated their argument around her words much sooner. we are expecting to hearfrom karen bradley getting in to see a gp for example. that she was being used herself later on. she has had the i think a lot of us have struggled as a negotiating chip with getting a gp appointment in the ongoing trade talks backing of senior colleagues at they have dipped after the growth. good afternoon. the weather downing street, geoffrey cox the the negative picture is the cac. and that‘s really having between china and the us. continues on this fairly unsettled an effect on satisfaction. evidence of this, the defence said, attorney general today, but the key were recent comments by donald trump note in the next few days, bringing thing for her is will she be able to while being free at the point suggesting he would intervene spells of rain but there will be of use, the quality of care nice to see you. clearer skies in between. this retain the confidence of people in and the range of services in the case if it meant getting were the main reasons people northern ireland ? retain the confidence of people in northern ireland? her comments came were happy with the nhs, a more favourable deal. last appearance on afternoon light. ata northern ireland? her comments came at a particularly sensitive time of patients do recognise
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the next hearing will be course because next week we are the difficulties the held on eighth may. health service faces. weather watcher picture came from awaiting the announcement of whether that‘s it from your afternoon live before that, huawei i‘m satisfied with the service team for today, next the bbc news british army veterans involved in they provide, i‘m not satisfied that at 5 with reeta chakrabarti. cumbria, cloudy and windy. into the time for a look at the weather... is going on the defensive. they‘ve got enough funding to have bloody sunday, in which 14 people enough people to do here‘s sarah keith lucas. we re bloody sunday, in which 14 people were killed in northern ireland thejob properly. good afternoon. during the troubles, we are now the weather continues on this fairly unsettled note —— on the offensive. awaiting the announcement as to a few years ago actually for the next few days, huawei announced it has filed changed my gp, because i rang up with low pressure bringing evening, the showers will ease away spells of rain but there a lawsuit against the us government. and things will become colder as whether those veterans may face and the first appointment will be some clearer the company said america's decision they could offer me skies in between. to effectively ban huawei products well. low pressure still not far criminal prosecutions for their was in 21 days' time. this weather watcher picture came from cumbria, was unconstitutional. away, drifting off towards the east bit earlier on in the day, we are left with no choice as we move towards the afternoon and actions. so of course you can see evening hours. we will be left with quite a bit of cloud, how her comments caused a lot of people like to take the nhs outbreaks of rain and it‘s but to challenge the law in court. this cold northerly flow of air, we consternation at a very sensitive for granted, and they criticise it been fairly windy. did not have any frost last night into the evening hours, strictly speaking, these cases time, and it is yet to see whether relentlessly it seems, for most of us the showers should but it will be frosty tonight. let's tend to ease away and things are not linked, but diplomatically she will be able to repair the but i think we need they of course are. to put into perspective will become colder as well. have a look into the afternoon and damage and be able to resurrect the low pressure is still not far away, this is about who holds sort of confidence she can have as the work behind the scenes. the balance of power there will be particular concern drifting off towards the east in the next technological age, northern ireland secretary as part as we move towards the afternoon that almost a quarter of respondents and evening hours. and canada, experiencing fierce of her rematch to be able to deal evening. you can see the northerly were unsatisfied with gp services, we will be left with this cold pressure from both sides, with northern ireland pots troubled wind blowing in a mix of showers, but it seems that direct personal is caught in the middle. clearer spells and over the higher past. do you sense that since the northerly flow of air, experience of the nhs, this is the most turbulent moment ground of scotland, some of these apology that will prove to be for example as a hospital inpatient, in canada—china relations are falling as snow over the hills. enough? i think she really has some you can see the blue colours returning to the map, since tiananmen square in 1989, the wind gusts, 50 miles an hour work to do because of course this is gave people a more positive view we did not have any frost last night of the health service, not the first slip—up she has made. but it will be frosty and the rift between the two dominic hughes, bbc news. tonight for many of us. into the rush—hour. a few scattered countries is diplomatic. some months ago she talked about let‘s have a look into the afternoon and evening. it's now getting into public being unaware of the sort of a murder inquiry has been launched you can see the northerly wind showers across parts of northern blowing in a mix of showers, perceptions, elite perceptions, nationalist unionist voting after the body of a missing woman and there's a huge new negativity some clearer spells patterns, something so fundamental was found in a shallow grave. and over the higher ground ireland and northern england, cloudy to the way voting in politics works laureline garcia—bertaux of scotland, some of these on both sides about the others. and soggy around the east coast with was discovered in south—west london are falling as snow over the hills. after she was reported this case is unquestionably bigger gus degale. wins at times. cloudy in northern ireland, and he was the these are the wind gusts across the bulk of england and wales northern ireland secretary saying missing on monday. in the black circles, 45,
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than just one woman, with a few showers. they will head she didn't understand that even 50 miles an hour but the daily reality the 34—year—old was found into the rush—hour this evening. in a garden on darell road a few scattered showers for meng wanzhou is that she must fundamental pattern in northern in kew last night. spend most of her time confined ireland. so that on this on top has no arrests have been across parts of northern ireland off into the north sea tonight. as made and a postmortem to this house until this huge is to be carried out. and northern england, undermined confidence in her cloudy and soggy around diplomatic row is over. the east coast with gusty gale position. it is a very difficult officers investigating the grenfell tower fire in london force winds at times. that could take years. the sky is clear, it will be chilly government brief of course, northern say that criminal charges will not ireland, there is so much legacy to be considered until 2021, cloudy across the bulk of england dave lee, bbc news, in vancouver. at the end of the public in northern a wind. the blue hue to deal with because of the 30 years of inquiry into the disaster. and wales with a few showers. representatives of relatives they will head off into the map shows the frost. and survivors of grenfell say time for a look at the weather — temperatures below freezing for many conflict that was suffered there, so they are frustrated and disheartened here's sarah keith—lucas. of us tomorrow morning, could be at the news. the north sea tonight. much of that is still being raked 72 people died in the blaze in west down to minus six degrees in some over today and still trying to be places. a sunny start after the as the skies clear, it will be resolved. so any sort of words have chilly in a northerly wind. london in june 2017. that is a remarkable picture. where initial thrust, then the cloud moves to be considered very carefully when the blue hue to the map in from the west, rain splashing you are talking about deaths and the shows the frost. temperatures dipping below freezing across northern ireland into the actions of british army and police the fashion chain lk bennett has for many of us tomorrow morning, is that? california. they have had west and south—west. some of that collapsed into administration, could be down to minus six some huge electrical storms, force during the time of the degrees across parts putting around 500 jobs at risk. of northern england and scotland. will be turning to snow over higher troubles, and what she said really particularly tuesday into wednesday. did put herfoot in it. i think the upmarket retailer is famous these images were captured by a news for its signature kitten heels, and has counted the duchess a sunny start after that initial probably her position may be safe frost, then the cloud moves in from the west tomorrow, helicopter hovering over los ground. eastern england stays dry for now simply because she is a very of cambridge among its customers. for longest on friday, temperatures eventually rain splashing across still on the cool side for the time loyal ally of theresa may, and at northern ireland into parts angeles. the storms were so active time for a look at the weather... of scotland, northwest england, that there were 1500 flashes of of year. into the weekend, the first the time of brexit and all the wales and the south—west. area of low pressure clear to the complications with that theresa may eat but more bringing a mix of sunny cannot afford to lose any close across scotland some of that will be lightning recorded in just that there were 1500 flashes of lightning recorded injust five allies. so i expect number ten will minutes. and with lightning comes turning to snow over higher ground. be hoping this blows over. but the sarah keith—lucas, that‘s amazing. eastern england stays dry spells and scattered showers. for longest on friday, rain. further north across key to her position will be temperatures still on the cool side retaining the confidence of people california we have more images. this here in northern ireland. for the time of year.
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is the flash flooding they have looking unsettled, windy and cold. it's it‘s the worlds biggest snow maze, a into the weekend, the first area seen. associated with the same some rain and hills the north, a bit of further south. officers investigating of low pressure clears off the grenfell tower fire in london storms. and pretty similar areas say that criminal charges will not record breaker in manitoba. they to the east but more move be considered until 2021, usually do a corn maze in autumn but at the end of the public in from the west, bringing a mix inquiry into the disaster. have extended the season with a huge affected by wildfires, that burnt a representatives of relatives of sunny spells and lot of the vegetation, and that and survivors of grenfell say snow maze. it was a cold and long scattered showers. exacerbates the problems with flash they are frustrated and disheartened at the news. winter that was forecast in canada throught the course of the weekend flooding. heavy rain moving across 72 people died in the blaze in west so they changed the corn maze to a looking unsettled, windy and cold. those areas with bare vegetation and london in june 2017. snow maze and they have fire pits to more to come to california as well. some rain and hill snow keep you warm as you head around and in the north, a bit public satisfaction with the nhs of sunshine further south. is at its lowest level polar bear sculptures. the walls are so that's the west coast, it's very in more than a decade, according to a new survey. 6—foot tall and it took 370 cold on the east coast. waiting times, staffing levels and funding were the main truckloads of snow to create it. do causes for concern. yes, big contrasting temperatures the department of health they all get out? i don't know! we and very stormy weather. also pretty says its recently announced long—term plan coupled with extra money would "safeguard" u nsettled and very stormy weather. also pretty had a drone view and there were unsettled here. nothing quite as the future of the nhs. dominic hughes reports. people walking for days and days! dramatic as that, but here we have had a lot of blustery showers around nature can do this as well. also in through the course of the day, this satisfaction levels with the nhs canada. this is a completely picture from guernsey shows a big have varied over the years, naturally created ice wall of 700 cloud. we had hale, a bit of but the latest survey of public attitudes in england, scotland and wales shows growing metres long, bringing a lot of concern over the state of the health lightning, and through the rest of the afternoon we keep that windy, service. tourists to see it. six metres high. in 2010, the annual survey showery theme and things are revealed overall record it's tourists to see it. six metres high. it‘s created on the edge of a lake levels of satisfaction — starting to feel colder as well. that is down to the fact that low a high of 70%. pressure is drifting off towards the but last year that figure where you have strong winds, ice
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east, still lots of isobars on the flows, and it stacks them up like fell to its lowest point map, and these cold northerly winds lego on top of each other. it since 2007 — just 53% — developing. it is going to be a much with waiting times, the number of staff and a lack creates 16,000 tonnes of natural ice colder night tonight than we saw of funding being the main wall. remarkable. less dramatic last night, with that northerly factors behind dissatisfaction. wind. still plenty of showers at the stuff to come over here, hopefully. people who have recently used moment, particularly across central the service are much more satisfied, and eastern parts of england, pretty unsettled, certainly less so i think a big issue through wales as well, some of those dramatic, but we still have some here is access to care, showers for scotland falling snow getting those appointments, windy conditions out there this getting in to see a gp for example. afternoon and heavy showers around. over higher ground. but equally some i think a lot of us have struggled staying pretty settled in the next sunshine, things brightening through with getting a gp appointment couple of days. this is the west through the afternoon, and that's really having southend—on—sea in essex. shower temperatures in single figures in an effect on satisfaction. scotland, but feeling colder in the clouds around and some sunshine here while being free at the point and there. of use, the quality of care wind. these black circles are the and the range of services through the retest of the afternoon likely wind gusts. up to 50 mph, were the main reasons people the heavy showers should clear away were happy with the nhs, and think should turn drier through very windy. cloudy and pretty damn patients do recognise across the bulk of england and the difficulties the the evening and also colder. low health service faces. pressure still with us bringing wales, but the south coast is likely i'm satisfied with the service they provide, i'm not satisfied that u nsettled pressure still with us bringing unsettled weather, drifting off to to see some glimpses of sunshine. the north sea. as it does, that will they've got enough funding to have enough people to do still some scattered, blustery open the doors to the northerly showers and feeling pretty windy. thejob properly. winds blowing in, so you can see a few years ago actually into the evening, at last we lose changed my gp, because i rang up cold airand the showers, things dry up, the sky and the first appointment winds blowing in, so you can see cold air and blue colours returning they could offer me is clear and the winds ease. it was in 21 days' time. to the map. we didn‘t have frost people like to take the nhs last night but we certainly well means a colder night ahead, we are
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for granted, and they criticise it tonight. heavy shower surround over likely to see frost especially in relentlessly it seems, parts of england and wales and snow the north, temperatures in towns and but i think we need cities getting down to —2 —3. we flurries over higher ground in to put into perspective scotla nd flurries over higher ground in the work behind the scenes. scotland and still very windy could see —6 or seven in the conditions. we have had gusts there will be particular concern already over 55 mph in the south. countryside. some sunshine in the that almost a quarter of respondents were unsatisfied with gp services, morning but the cloud will move on further north we have costs around from the west quite quickly, but it seems that direct personal 40 and 50 mph. still blowing in one bringing splashes of rain across experience of the nhs, or two snow showers across the northern ireland into wales, western for example as a hospital inpatient, highlands of scotland. northern england, southern scotland, and then gave people a more positive view ireland brightening up through the the rain turns to snow again over afternoon with some like to of the health service, the rain turns to snow again over dominic hughes, bbc news. sunshine. cloudy conditions over the the highlands. eastern england stays bulk of england and wales with largely dry and bright for most of outbreaks of light rain. down to the now it's time for a look at the weather. south coast, more in the way of the day but wherever you are it won't feel particularly warm. on to sunshine breaking through. still very strong and gusty wind. the wind the weekend, still unsettled, more it's a pretty blustery and showery sort of afternoon, pretty chilly will push the showers away in the weather fronts moving on from the atlantic, quite an active jet stream where you are exposed to the wind. evening. skies are clear and bringing these successive areas of temperatures will drop like a stone these are some of the gusts we are with those northerly winds and clear low pressure. through the weekend, expecting through the afternoon into skies. blue colours returning to the still unsettled, still quite windy, the evening, touching gale for some map. across the northern half of the fairly chilly and some rain showers, of us, 50 miles an hour possible. uk we could see temperatures as low perhaps some hill snow in the north, blustery, showery and chilly as as —6, —7 in the countryside. still but i equally some sunny spells. a well. temperatures this evening from only a degree or so above freezing bit of a mixed bag. your best bet of five to 9 degrees but it will feel further south outside towns and saying dry it will be towards the colder. the winds will ease this
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cities. despite the chilly weather south and east. evening and overnight and the first then, the crowd moving on from showers fade away, just a few the west, bringing patchy outbreaks of rain across northern ireland, continuing towards the south—east. western england and wales and but under the clear skies it will be scotland, and the rain will turn to snow over higher ground. eastern colder than recently. a frosty start to friday particularly in the north. england will stay dry for longest. temperatures only 7—11 so rather temperatures in the countryside could be at —6 —7. after the cold chilly for this time of year. looking ahead through friday and start sunshine for many, clouding into saturday, we still have a very over from the west, some splashes of u nsettled into saturday, we still have a very unsettled theme with westerly wind rain, hill snow across scotland, driving further areas of low pressure and showers from the driest and brightest for longer in atlantic. the weekend will not be a the east but another fairly chilly wash—out but we will see some and breezy feeling day. goodbye. showers around, especially in the north and north—west. some showers bringing hailand north and north—west. some showers bringing hail and perhaps snow over the hills. more chance of staying drier and brighter in the south and still rather chilly through the weekend and pretty blustery.
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this is bbc news, our latest headlines. with the eu growing impatient, the chancellor tells brexiters they risk a delay to the uk's departure if they don't back the prime minister's deal. as politicians and police link pupil school exclusions to knife crime, the father of one of the 17 year olds killed at the weekend says he wants justice for his daughter. the equality and human rights commission is considering taking action against the labour party after receiving complaints about anti—semitism. the northern ireland secretary, karen bradley, has apologised for telling mps yesterday that deaths caused by the police and military during the troubles were not crimes. public satisfaction with the nhs is at its lowest level in more than a decade, one factor is growing frustration with the time it takes to see a gp. sport now on afternoon live with katherine downes. what a comeback for manchester united in the champions league last night.
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yours, no, not yours! i haven't been anywhere! no, and talking about manchester united. it was a great historic night in europe. coming from 2—0 down in the first leg with a controversial penalty last night, the first time that a club has come back from the deficit of that size. they had teenagers on the pitch by the end of the game, academy players in positions they might not have normally been, it was an enormous occasion and an incredible win on away goals for manchester united to go through to the quarterfinals. does that mean that ole gunnar solskjaer is a shoe in for the permanent manager job? there solskjaer is a shoe in for the permanent managerjob? there was an interview after the match with gary neville, he asked him three
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questions, how long would you like on your contract, what would you like your salary to be and where would you like the statue? just a number of former and current players coming out in support with him as the new manager. if you need proof he has got the backing of manchester united legends, look at manchester legends eric cantona and ferguson celebrating with him. but he was playing things down saying he was just planning for the future are not counting his chickens. i'm planning the future of the club for us. it doesn't matter if i'm here or not. i'm still giving my opinions and advice on what we should do next season. how much can you plan if you don't know if you're going to be the manager. i don't really mind because lama manager. i don't really mind because i am a supporter as well, i want the
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best for manchester united. i want the best as a supporter and manager, they can ask me advice anytime. you have got to feel bad for his club in norway watching and going, please let know if we will ever get him back! what is his salary going to be, how long will he be there and where will the statue become of those are the only three questions. yes, that means as soon as they make that decision, we want to know. england are hoping for a bounce back in the six nations? yes, they were defeated by wales, wales are still alive in the grand slam jury —— dream. there is an enormous backline which has been chosen by eddie jones, ben taher and manu tuilagi, and joe cokanasiga. what an enormous
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statement to put out to italy to say, you have got to take on these big guys. the captain says he doesn't fancy it. massive, yeah. i would not like to play against it. but we got to make sure that those boys get in the game, those boys get someone one tackles. we see what they can do with that. they can cause some damage. meanwhile, the scotland captain greig laidlaw will start saturday's game against wales on the bench. ali price has been preferred at scrum—half, one of four changes made by gregor townsend following their defeat to france last time out. olympic champion callum skinner has retired from cycling. he's only 26, and won gold for great britain in the team sprint at the 2016 games in rio alongside jason kenny. he says he wants to to focus on reforming sports governance, and encouraging people to get on their bikes. and in the week after she won the double—double
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at the european indoor athletics championships, retaining her3000 and 1500m titles, laura muir says her next challenge is to win her first outdoor world medal, but she's also taking time to reflect on what she achieved last weekend. she's been speaking to mike bushell. it's amazing, i never thought i could achieve something like that. it is a championship on your home track, you want to do well. i thought we would try and do the double and make it that bit special, and it worked. you are now embracing pressure, whereas in the past it would get a lot of athletes like you a little bit. definitely. you go in, being highly ranked, one of the faces, it can be high pressure. i told myself, why have you trained so hard? because you want to race, you enjoy competing. go out and enjoy it. ifound i was more relaxed and i ran better. the olympics, this year is important in building up, do you set ambitions, or do you take
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it one race at a time? for me, i try to focus on the world championships, then after doha, i will look to tokyo. for me, i can only do my best and hopefully that is good enough to medal or to win. my best is fifth, then that is what happens. for the moment, your life as a vet which keeps on the ground is on hold because you can't do both. i have focused on the running since qualifying last year, i am hoping to come back to do charity or voluntary work to keep my hand in. i am relieved i got my degree as well. she is a flyer indoors, she has got to find the form outdoors as well. a flying vet! thank you, catherine.
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—— thank you. the chancellor, philip hammond, has warned brexit—supporting conservative mps that voting against the government's withdrawal deal next week would mean entering "highly uncertain" territory. eu officials say they'll work nonstop over the weekend if "acceptable" ideas are received by tomorrow to break the deadlock over the so—called northern ireland " backstop. " let's now speak to georgina wright, a senior researcher on the brexit team at the institute for government. thank you forjoining us. let's talk about next week festival. there are potentially three votes, talk us through what happens. we know at the moment there are conversations ongoing in brussels trying to revise that withdrawal agreement to make sure it would be acceptable to a successful sufficient number of mps in the house of commons. there will bea in the house of commons. there will be a vote on that deal by the 12th of march, and the prime minister
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said if you don't like it, you can reject no deal on the next day, and the day after that if that is rejected, we would have a vote on whether to extend the period of talks with the eu. let's look at the deal. we have got the eu saying we need some sort of proposals with the uk to deal with the backstop issue, but this was created by us, the uk. it was always going to be terribly ambitious. we know the deal on the table is the out come of 18 months of negotiations where both sides gave in. this attempt to revise italy manager of days was in vicious. —— revise it in a matter of days was ambitious. the eu have said, you have got to put some credible things on the table. we don't know what they are discussing but we hear talks are ongoing but
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not going particularly well. everything hinges on what the prime minister can bring back next week then - what had . then - what had bee—en i and t had bee—en i and whether or not they are to get or not they are sufficient to get the house of commons on board. when we took about the backstop, put ourselves three years hence, the deal has gone through, we are importing, let's say for the space -- is importing, let's say for the space --isa importing, let's say for the space —— is a commandment, chlorinated chicken from the united states because we have done a deal with the us. of course the eu and ireland will ask, how do we prevent such items in northern ireland into the south? to put it simply as i can. you see what the problem is here. the problem is that it is very complex. there is no simple way of talking about this. the problem we have at the moment is the uk, ireland and member states are part of one market. if the uk gets out of
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that market, you will have checks. the whole idea was minimising that infrastructure at the border between northern ireland and ireland, given the history of conflict, given the sensitivities around that, how can we minimise checks. the backstop looks like an insurance policy, saying if we cannot find an agreement, the whole of the uk remains part of the eu customs union and northern ireland would have to go through more rules and regulations than the rest of the uk. if that were to happen, that would restrain the uk's ability to strike trade deal. thinking about chlorinated chicken is too far, almost, we need to think about the checks between the uk in the eu and how you minimise that border infrastructure and find suitable arrangements. as you hearfrom the french europe minister this morning,
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the eu do not want the backstop either, they don't want the uk as pa rt either, they don't want the uk as part of the customs union so let's focus on finding suitable arrangements. but they can only do that once a withdrawal agreement is in play. let's look at the third of the possible votes next week, extending article 50. how far could it be extended by plasma another very important question. even if we find an agreement in the uk, it's not clear the eu would support our proposalfor an not clear the eu would support our proposal for an extension. we not clear the eu would support our proposalfor an extension. we know the eu would be willing to extend talks. barack obama has been pretty clear that there would have to be an end point —— president emmanuel macron has been pretty clear that there would have to be an end point. that being said, we had the european parliament elections in may, that is
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going to be an important point as well. if the uk remains a member of the european union past may and july, when the new european parliament sits for the first time, the uk might have to have elected representatives in the european parliament. so do reorganise elections or appoint national representatives? these questions need to be answered now before we talk about how long that extension lasts. this morning the father of 17—year—old jodie chesney spoke publicly for the first time since she was fatally stabbed in east london last friday. peter chesney made a direct plea to whoever was responsible, to give themselves up. the ferocity of the attack, how violent it was, he meant to kill her, there's no doubt about that. it wasn't an accident. i don't know how you tackle this sort of thing. the problem which makes it so hard is that there is no reason,
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we don't know why, no motive. that's the problem. you could almost come to terms with it if there was a reason of any kind. she was the nicest person any of us knew. everything about her was about being kind and good and thoughtful. evenif being kind and good and thoughtful. even if she didn't want to do it, she would do it for you. there is no way you could do this to a nicer person. everyone will say this about their own kids, but look at what eve ryo ne their own kids, but look at what everyone else is saying, she really was the nicest person ever. she would not have done anything to deserve this, no way. i don't think. i don't think know if anything i'm going to say is going to install any conscience on this guy. i doubt it. he doesn't have any. if you have any conscience whatsoever and you have any heart and you're seeing what's
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going on here, and what you've taken away, the pain you've caused, and the beauty taken away from this world, just give yourself up. if you've got any conscience whatsoever. honestly. it's the pain that this guy's caused. the last time i spoke to her was friday morning on my birthday, she got up to wish me happy birthday before i went to work. she was out with her friends and we were celebrating my birthday and we got a call. i saw her friends come they are all in bits, all dying there hair purple, all of them, there is purple all around the area to spread awareness and rememberjodie. and more exposure on knife crime. if we can make it better, great. if less people suffer like she did, and less families get torn apart like we are, it's a good thing. people carry knives because they want use them. it seems to be common and not problem to use them anymore. i don't
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know if people get a kick out of it or it's a right of passage, did you hear about this guy, stabbed this old bloke, he's a hard case. you're not a hard case. seriously? put your fists up if you are hard case. anyone can stab someone. it's got to stop, where people think that this is ok. it's not. if you think you're a hard case, hold yourfists up. anyone can stabs someone. it's weak. it's cowardly. and people are suffering, innocent people. ben bland is here — in a moment he will have the business news. first, a look at the headlines on afternoon live. the chancellor has told brexiters in his party to support the prime minister's deal, or risk delaying brexit. as debate continues over why
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violent crime is on the rise, the father ofjodie chesney who was murdered at the weekend, calls for her attacker to come forward. and public satisfaction with the nhs is at its lowest level in more than a decade. here's your business headlines on afternoon live. the european central bank has announced a fresh round of cheap loans for banks. it's being seen as a move to stem fears of a slowdown in the eurozone — the bloc of countries that use the single currency. policymakers at the bank said interest rates would stay unchanged for the rest of year at minus 0.4%. john lewis has paid out its lowest bonus to staff since the 19505. they each gotjust 3%. it's after full year profits for the group, which includes waitrose, plunged 45% to £160 million. it blamed poor sales in its home department, discounting, higher it costs and the cost of opening two new stores. a warning from vodafone,
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the phone network says if it's not allowed to use equipment from the chinese firm huawei, 5g will be delayed at huge cost to the uk. the us has been putting pressure on its allies to shun the telecoms giant claiming it would spy on behalf of the chinese government. huawei rejects the accusation and is suing the us government over a ban there. lowest staff bonus atjohn lewis since the 19505 — i remember it well. sojohn lewis is clearly not immune from the pressures that many retailers are feeling? yes, and when other retailers try and counter the falling numbers of 5hopper5 on the high street and people spending less, by discounting, that hit5john lewi5 because of its promise to be "never knowingly undersold". the chain promises to match the price of a product with any of its high street competitors. so if they cut prices, it does too. and that hits profits. here's the chairman of thejohn lewis partnership, sir charlie mayfield. conditions in the market are really tough. particularly our home sales have been slower and that has cost
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us some margin and some money. but there has also been a lot of discounting. there was something like 40% more extravaganza days during the last year, and actually there were quite a few the year before that. so it just gives you a sense of how much discounting there was in the market. and that means that the prices we are selling things that are lower, obviously the costs we are buying them at have actually been going up because of sterling, and that creates a squeeze on profits. so it's symptomatic of wider retail challenges? yes, added to that, department stores in general are struggling to attract shoppers and stay relevant. last year, house of fraser fell into administration before being bought by mike ashley, the billionaire sports direct founder, and earlier this week debenhams issued another profit warning as its sales continued to fall. but some people will be watching and think "well, i don't get bonus at all at work, so 3% is better than nothing!" indeed, you have to look at this in context. john lewis' structure is unique. it is owned by its staff,
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known as partners. typically in profitable years, staff at the 350 waitrose and 51 john lewis stores receive a share of the profits. in the very best years, these bonuses can add the equivalent of a few months‘ worth of pay. in 2008, staff were awarded bonuses equivalent to 20% of their pay. but the annual staff bonus has been reduced every year for the past six years due to difficult trading conditions. it has also invested money opening two new stores and in new it — which eats up some of what they made. it's world book day! and the business world is getting in on it too? so many parents in the middle of the night sewing costumes!” so many parents in the middle of the night sewing costumes! i like your effort, the gruffalo perfectly suits you. go on.
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if looks could kill. he would have gone a long time ago! yes, world book day, three little words that strike fear in to the hearts of many parents as they desperately try to put together a costume for their children to wear to school. i'm sure there were at least one or two up late stitching together the pieces of the hungry caterpillar in the early hours of the morning. but it's a chance for us all to focus on reading — something which i know i certainly should do more of. lucy mccarraher is founder of the business book awards as well as being an author. tell us what you look for in a good business book. it has to be excellent content, really valuable for the reader. a lot of business books are quite a niche in their readership, so an entrepreneur who decides to write a book on their area of the market could have a very clear market to write for, clear readership, that could be quite
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small, not necessarily a bestseller but book that speaks to their niche. so it needs to have valuable content for them. it should have good case studies so people can see how their work works on the ground and it should say something about them so that people engage with them as the author. we are seeing a trend of more female business authors and a bit more diversity in the awards this year. yes, that's right. the first year of the business book awards, we had a fantastic panel of judges, 50—50 gender split, myself and the head judge alisonjones set up and the head judge alisonjones set up the criteria and the categories and we had a third of the entries from women, slightly fewer than a third got through to the shortlist. although we have had 11 brilliant winners, they were all men. so we have changed things a bit this year, added some categories and we have got a special award for an exceptional book by a woman. we are
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definitely getting more entries from women in different categories and we look forward to having some women winners this year. the best book you have read recently? the best one re ce ntly have read recently? the best one recently is probably michelle obama's autobiography, not a business book but very interesting. thank you very much indeed, good to hear that it inspired you. some breaking news has come up? yes, lk bennett has become the latest retailer to get into such trouble that it retailer to get into such trouble thatitis retailer to get into such trouble that it is going into administration. this puts around 500 jobs at risk. the brand has appointed advisers to carry through the process of administration. this is the pressure of high street
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retailers. it's a firm known for its shoes and smart day wear, this is just feeding into what we were talking about about the pressures facing retailers and the high street. quick look at the markets. they are doing interesting if not positive things. stock markets across europe responded positively to the european central bank decision on interest rates. they've since dipped again after the policymakers held a press conference — during which the european central bank slashed its growth and inflation forecasts for 2019 and lowered those for 2020 and 2021. it said that europe's slowdown was longer and deeper than earlier thought. thank you very much, then bland, who will be back an god willing! —— back in an hour, god willing. we're living in an age of rapid technological change. i still cannot say that! a rapid
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change of technology! the way we work is being transformed and there are concerns some older traditions are being lost. that's certainly the worry at a company in eastern germany which produces a very particular kind of product. garden gnomes. meet iris and reinhardt and their little friends. for nearly 150 years, this factory has been churning out garden gnomes. lots and lots of garden gnomes. translation: here, garden gnomes were not only invented but brought to life, a symbol of hard work from the mine. at one point, there were 60 of us working here. now, there are three of us. and soon, there may be none. believe it or not, production was banned by communist east germany for several years after the war. these days, the estimated gnome population of the country is 25 million, but, as popular as they may be, the job
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of making them is less so. translation: there are two possibilities here. either i work until i'm 100, or the garden gnomes reproduce by themselves. the third option is of course to find a successor, and that's who we are looking for. if a new generation of gnome makers can't be found, the company may have to shut up shop. less hi—ho, more oh, no. tim allman, bbc news. time for a look at the weather, here's sarah keith lucas. good afternoon. the weather continues on this fairly unsettled note in the next few days, bringing spells of rain but there will be clearer skies in between. this weather watcher picture came from cumbria, cloudy and windy. into the evening, the showers will ease away and things
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will become colder as well. low pressure still not far away, drifting off towards the east as we move towards the afternoon and evening hours. we will be left with this cold northerly flow of air, we did not have any frost last night but it will be frosty tonight. let's have a look into the afternoon and evening. you can see the northerly wind blowing in a mix of showers, clearer spells and over the higher ground of scotland, some of these are falling as snow over the hills. the wind gusts, 50 miles an hour into the rush—hour. a few scattered showers across parts of northern ireland and northern england, cloudy and soggy around the east coast with gusty gales at times. cloudy across the bulk of england and wales with a few showers. they will head off into the north sea tonight. as the skies clear, it will be
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chilly in a northerly wind. the blue hue to the map shows the frost. temperatures below freezing for many of us tomorrow morning, could be down to minus six degrees in some places. a sunny start after the initial thrust, then the cloud moves in from the west, rain splashing across northern ireland into the west and south—west. some of that will be turning to snow over higher ground. eastern england stays dry for longest on friday, temperatures still on the cool side for the time of year. into the weekend, the first area of low pressure clear to the eat into the weekend, the first area of low pressure clears to the east but more move in bringing a mix of sunny spells and scattered showers. looking unsettled, windy and cold.
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some rain and hill snow in the north, a bit of sunshine further south.
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