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hello, this is bbc newsroom live with carrie gracie. hello. the headlines: this is bbc newsroom live shoreham air crash pilot andy hill with carrie gracie. has been found not guilty of 11 it is just counts of manslaughter through gross it isjust coming up you re watching bbc newsroom live. negligence by a jury at the old bailey. it is just coming up to 12.30. it's ham and these are the main the headlines: shoreham air crash pilot andy hill stories this morning: relatives of ten people killed has been found not guilty in west belfast during the troubles relatives of ten people after her controversial remarks killed in west belfast call for the northern ireland secretary's resignation during the troubles call after her controversial remarks for the northern ireland secretary's resignation after her controversial about the shootings. remarks about the shootings. about the shootings. on this international women's day, karen bradley is an insult to women in a speech in grimsby, and if she has any decency the prime minister will urge the eu to help get her brexit deal in her at all, she will do the right through the commons by agreeing thing and she will resign. legally binding changes —— shoreham air crash pilot to the irish backstop. andy hill has been found not guilty more than 7,000 headteachers from across england have written to parents of 11 counts of manslaughter in a last attempt to get mps warning that their schools through gross negligence to back her brexit deal, are threatened by a funding crisis. by a jury at the old bailey. relatives of 10 ten people killed theresa may will urge eu leaders to agree to legally binding changes in west belfast during the troubles to the irish backstop. call for the northern ireland secretary's resignation after her controversial remarks about the shootings. a crisis in school funding — more than 7,000 headteachers from across england more than 7000 headteachers the government will grant formal diplomatic protection have written to parents to nazanin zaghari—ratcliffe — warning that their schools from across england write to parents the british—iranian woman who's are threatened by a funding crisis. warning that their schools been injail in iran are under threat. the government will grant formal diplomatic protection to nazanin zaghari—ratcliffe — the british—iranian woman who's the government will grant formal been injail in iran diplomatic protection for almost three years. for almost three years. we are expecting in the next few to nazanin zaghari—ratcliffe — the british—iranian woman who's moments speech from the prime minister in grimsby. let's look at been injail in iran let's look ahead now to that speech the life short. do we have one? yes,
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there it is. the camera is focusing the prime minister will give within on the end of the factory floor and for almost three years. the prime minister will give within the next hour or so. you can just see the tops of the theresa may will use a speech heads of the audience, but we are i have considered the unacceptable to implore eu leaders to give ground expecting the prime minister to walk and make changes to her brexit deal. around that corner at any moment, treatment nazanin has received over three years, negotiators are preparing to work and she will deliver quite an including notjust lack of access important speech appealing to to medical treatment, through the weekend in a last—ditch but also a lack of due process brussels, because she is saying the in the proceedings effort to secure changes that might next few days are important for the brought against her. cracks in a nuclear reactor — gain the support of mps. european union, as important as they are for the european union, as important as they are forthe uk, european union, as important as they are for the uk, head of the vote on 0ur political correspondent new pictures emerge march the 12th in the place mat nick eardley is in westminster. which will decide the future of her withdrawal agreement. we will go firstly, explain why she is in back to that in a moment. while we heading back to earth — grimsby to deliver a message to america's new astronaut capsule undocks from wait, let's turn to other news. the international space station to start its journey home. brussels? that tu - one backing for briggs it back in 2016 —— 2—1 more than 7,000 headteachers backing. but although the prime in england have written a letter minister says she is trying to get to 3.5 million families this done, her message is firmly for warning them of a funding crisis in schools. good morning. brussels, and it is quite simple. welcome to bbc newsroom live. the grassroots campaign has accused families who lost relatives the education secretary, damian hinds, of not taking in shootings involving everyone wants to get a deal but the problem seriously enough. they also claim requests to meet him the british army in belfast in 1971 they will need to budge if there is have been turned down have rejected karen bradley's because his he hasn't invitation to meet them and have got enough time. a deal to get through parliament. the department for education said it was "fundamentally untrue" to say been holding their own press why is she saying that? the simple funding was not a priority for him. conference in stormont reason is discussions in brussels the funding debate
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have stalled and there has been no certainly isn't a new one. in the past half an hour. there have been repeated complaints from schools yesterday, the secretary of state breakthrough so far on the irish about funding shortages. they often quote figures from for northern ireland, karen bradley, border issue and the prime minister the institute for fiscal studies apologised for saying that deaths is trying to say to brussels, if we showing that per pupil spending has caused by the security fallen by 8% since 2010, after services during the troubles don't do something now, when it inflation was taken into account. were "not crimes". comes to tuesday and that big vote this is what she said in parliament. earlier this year, data from the education policy institute is to be held in the commons, it showed almost a third of local authority secondary schools will not go through. i must say the in england were unable to cover their costs, the fewer than 10% were not crimes, with the proportion of these reaction from other parties, it has schools in deficit almost got to the point now, they think, quadrupling in four years. in response, a spokesman where the prime minister is pretty for the department for education said an extra £750 million has been desperate. this is the labour negotiated for schools they were people acting under orders and the education secretary and instruction and fulfilling their leader, jeremy corbyn. was "putting a strong case duties in a dignified and to the treasury ahead appropriate way. of the next spending review." yesterday karen bradely said she was "profoundly sorry" for any hurt caused. it comes a week ahead of an announcement on whether british we will not be supporting her deal next tuesday. army veterans are to be prosecuted we'll be voting to take no deal off the table. for their role in the bloody we'll once again be putting our sunday shootings, when 14 proposals, our five pillars, which are a customs union, market access and protection of rights in this country that have civilians were killed. been obtained through the eu. well, i will take you to the shot we'll be putting that. i've taken those proposals to the european union. from grimsby because we just caught they're a good basis for negotiation. a glimpse there of the prime they are a way forward. it's time that she got on board minister as she walked in. she is and recognised there is a deal that sitting down now and being
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could command a majority in the house. introduced, but as you will have i must say, speaking to tory mps heard me say a moment ago, this is iam standing i am standing outside the old bailey this morning, there isn't much where i can tell you in the past few optimism the prime minister is going to get this through next week. some an important speech for her. grimsby suggest even if she gets some minutes, in the shoreham trial, the concessions from brussels on the irish border issue, it might still trial into the manslaughter case of bea irish border issue, it might still be a struggle because it is going to is leave voting constituency, north be a struggle because it is going to be so late in the day. sources andrew hill, the pilot who was suggest it could be as late as east lincolnshire, quite strongly flying the hawker hunterjet in monday before we find out whether leave voting in 2016. we have been there has been any breakthrough in these discussions at all. one man led to believe by our political 2015, when it crashed on the a27 correspondents the prime minister who is slightly more optimistic is intends to tie up the views of those the deputy leader of the constituents with the pressure on eu conservative party, james cleverly. killing 11 men. the verdicts in the negotiators to actually make some trial have just come in and he moves on the irish backstop which the nature of negotiations means killing 11 men. the verdicts in the trial havejust come in and he has will enable the prime minister to been found not guilty on all 11 things people said were cut and dry cou nts been found not guilty on all 11 counts of manslaughter by gross at the beginning of the process. we get her agreement over the line in we re at the beginning of the process. we were told we would have to have an parliament. you will remember that backin negligence. not guilty on all counts off—the—shelf solution, we would not get a bespoke agreement. what we are parliament. you will remember that back in january that withdrawal agreement was defeated by a very of manslaughter by gross negligence. now doing is finalising a bespoke there were 11 men killed that day. substantial margin, in fact the agreement. we were told northern ireland would have to stay part of a biggest defeat for a sitting customs union because of the border government in parliamentary history maurice abrahams. they were doing an with the republic of ireland. we are in this country. the prime minister archer. anthony brightwell. matthew now looking at a whole uk solution. has been working since then to get the eu have shown themselves to be changes, either in terms of a brimstone, matthewjones, pragmatic and willing to move. and archer. anthony brightwell. matthew brimstone, matthew jones, james we know we are very close to where unilateral exit clause, or in terms maddison. mark reeves, jacob schilt, we know we are very close to where ofa time we need to be, so a small additional unilateral exit clause, or in terms of a time limit to the irish
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movement can unlock a lot of people backstop. to the irish backstop who had concerns about the backstop and we can get this deal through on clause in the agreement, that is. and mark trussler and another. and tuesday next week. sorry, deputy and yet apparently to no avail. in the past few minutes, the pilot of the jet that crashed in august europe itself sounding somewhat chairman, not deputy leader of the frustrated over the last couple of 2015 on the a27 has been found not conservative party there, james days with the proposals being made cleverly. as i say, not a great guilty. thejury feeling at westminster that by the british side, saying they 2015 on the a27 has been found not guilty. the jury started breakthrough is imminent and not a deliberations after eight weeks of need new clear proposals to work on great feeling that the prime if anything is to be achieved over minister will get the victory she so evidence on wednesday afternoon. the next couple of days. the they deliberated all day yesterday badly once in that bout on tuesday. and came back in about 10:15am and, attorney general of course riposte to do that saying the british as you can see, within half an hour shoreham, thank you. time to catch proposals are as clear as day. let's they have come back with a verdict. up shoreham, thank you. time to catch up with all the sports news... listen to the introduction there in from inside court, when the not grimsby. as this technology expands guilty verdicts were announced, some good morning. in domestic and international of the families who have been here 0le gunnar solksjaer has confirmed his contract with molde has ended. solskjaer was previously the manager throughout the eight week trial markets, and nowhere is this better started weeping. 0thers of the norwegian side before throughout the eight week trial started weeping. others i am told by being put in in caretaker charge represented than right here in the the reporter inside court looked humberwhere represented than right here in the humber where this facility will resigned when the verdict was read employ over 400 people in highly at old trafford in december. out in court. what does this mean? skilled, long—term jobs by the early it means for andrew hill, a 20205, and just across the river in 54—year—old pilot, very experienced hull over 1000 local are already pilot, we heard, he had spent years i'm not here to get excited, i'm employed making the 75 metre long with the raf and was an instructor
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here to do myjob, and of course blade for our turbines. this is with the raf and was an instructor that contract issue there, you with the raf and was an instructor with the raf. hejoined virgin atla ntic with the raf. hejoined virgin atlantic and british airways and clean growth, an industrial strategy spent the best part of 20 years as a cannot have two contracts when you area cannot have two contracts when you are a manager, well that contract in action, and we are privileged to was terminated. i am contracted at captain with british airways. at the bea in action, and we are privileged to be a part of this community to same time he was an experienced transform it to a brighter, greener man united until the end ofjune. i display pilot, taking part in air and more prosperous future. now, my shows across the country and it was love working here, and as i have other duty this afternoon is to in the airshow in august in said so many times i'm just doing the best i can every single day, and introduce our very special guest, shoreham, 2015, he was completing a who has generously spent time visiting our facility, meeting some loop manoeuvre. we heard in court he if and when, if it comes to a of our fantastic employees, and flew to slowly and was too low and decision to be made will have to learning about our story so far, and think about that. our future plans. please welcome when it came down he was unable to prime minister theresa may. com plete when it came down he was unable to complete the loop and instead uefa have opened investigations into manchester city for alleged breaches crashed on the a27, killing 11 men of the financial fair play rules. they'll look into city's applause financial conduct, in the process. for him, today, it after a number of claims were made in several media outlets. manchester city say the accusation is false and they welcome thank you very much, matthew, for was miraculous he survived that crash that killed so many people and the opportunity to end the speculation which they say that introduction, and thanks for results from "the illegal hacking hosting us today. injured many more. it was a miracle and out of context publication your work in offshore wind as we of city emails." meanwhile, manchester city's captain have just heard does not provide vincent kompany says there's he survived. his defence barrister no complacency at the club just skilled jobs in grimsby, but as they aim to retain makes a contribution to the uk's said in court that he wakes every their premier league title. city currently lead effo rts makes a contribution to the uk's efforts to reduce our carbon liverpool by a point at the top of the table and kompany emissions and protect our
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single day, wakes up thinking about what happened on that day and what says they knowjust how environment. achieving the economic benefits of the global shift to happened to the people who were good their rivals are. sustainable green growth is one of killed. with more background, here the four grand challenges in our is my colleague. it was the worst modern industrial strategy. and the uk is the world leader in offshore airshow crash since the 1950s. the i have a massive amount of respect for liverpool because of the wind. yesterday, as you have also intensity, just such a clinical just heard, we launched our offshore jury team. and to say that we are going wind sector deal to build on that airshow crash since the 1950s. the jury heard weeks of technical success. as an international company to be champions without winning the evidence about flying, before next nine games, probably not. so investing in the uk, they are making clearing andrew hill. the 11 men who died were all on the busy a27. some a major contribution to that success then you kind of looks, 0k, do we andi a major contribution to that success and i am delighted to be with you had come to watch the flying, others have enough to win the next nine today. next week, members of games? that is the challenge in we re had come to watch the flying, others were passing by. they included a front of us. we play nine games, parliament in westminster face a vetera n crucial choice. whether to back the were passing by. they included a veteran chauffeur, friends out united, tottenham, so non—us getting cycling, workmates heading home. complacent because we respect the brexit deal or to reject it. back it fa ct daniele died not knowing he would complacent because we respect the fact that our competitor is a very and the uk will leave the european become a father a second time. he serious competitor —— none of us has to little boys he will never see union. reject it, and no one knows grow up and they will never have getting complacent. what will happen. we may not leave their daddy. it is so cruel. there steve smith and david warner have been left out of australia's the eu for many months, we may squad for the one—day series is something that could have been against pakistan this month. delete that may leave without the the pair are eligible for the final protection is the deal provides, or avoided that seems obvious, that it two matches of the series we may never leave at all —— that we could have been avoided. it has because their year—long ban
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for ball—tampering against south africa ends may leave without the protections. caused so much destruction to so at the end of this month. australia selector trevor hohns says the only certainty would be ongoing the decision's been made with team many. jacob schilt and his friend uncertainty. months more spent coach justin langer. arguing about brexit when we could matthew had been on their way to their return to the international play for their football team stage could now come against england in a world cup warm—up game in may. be focusing on improving our nhs, worthing united. jacob's parents schools and communities. it would be we re worthing united. jacob's parents were heading to the game when there britian's vicky holland was a call from a team—mate. is preparing to defend her world for the 630 odd mps voting at title at at the opening were heading to the game when there was a call from a team-mate. he said world triathlon series there had been a terrible accident event in abu dhabi. westminster next week to take this and a plane has come down on cars on holland is one of five british women competing along decision, but they will take it on with jess learmonth, the a27 and we think thatjacob india lee, non stanford your behalf. and on behalf of tens and georgia taylor—brown. competition is heightened this year might be in it. from the beginning, because 0lympic qualification of millions of people across the uk. for tokyo will also be at stake this season. you thought this is observed, my son today's race is the first of seven events before the grand final parliament gave the decision to has been killed by a jet fighter at leave or remain in the european in lausanne in august. union to you. 33.5 million people a display, it isjust absurd. andrew there is coverage of the elite women's triathlon, the red button, took part in the referendum. the hill, ex raf, a british airways captain, admitted from the start his 11:50am this morning, and you can biggest turnout for a generation. watch it on the bbc website and on the result was close, but it was flying was poor. this is the home of clear. had it gone the other way, we connected tv as well. the british aerobatic academy. in would be staying in, but the the british aerobatic academy. in the back seat, instructor adrian the former world number one venus williams beat decision was to leave, and that is germany's andrea petkovic to reach willis who teaches pilots all over the second round at indian wells. what we must do. as prime minister, playing just her seventh match the world the precision needed for of the year, williams myjob has been to negotiate the this kind of flying. we are about to tookjust under two hours, to advance in three sets. williams' sister, serena, very best deal i could. i believe fly a loop. when we get to the top received a first—round bye, that's precisely what the government of the loop... has done, working with the eu team
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and will play victoria azarenka overnight tonight — and britain's dan evans led by michel barnier. discussions and johanna konta both play later today. have at times been difficult and robust, but we both worked in the it is called the gate height, a spirit of mutual respect and crucial check on the way up. as a cooperation. to get a good deal over the line. now, i've made a lot of speeches about that deal over the last few months, and most have been civilian, it is hard to think sorry, straight over to the old in the house of commons. 0n straight when you are upside down, bailey to andy hill, who has been but that check should be instinctive cleared of manslaughter —— to wear last few months, and most have been in the house of commons. on tuesday i will be making another one opening forfighter pilots. the debate ahead of the vote, but but that check should be instinctive for fighter pilots. yet andrew hill andy hill has been cleared of brexit does not belong to mps in never made his gate height. he was manchester. ... a parliament. it belongs to the whole 1000 feet too low. what could he have done? this is another loop. andy hill has been cleared of manchester. a number of people country. it belongs to the people we re manchester. a number of people were injured. i am truly sorry for who voted for it and want to see it this time, adrian aborts, and we are the part i played in their debts and implemented so we can all move on to it is day i will remember for the rest of my life. —— it is they i a prosperous future, and that more safe the right way up. for some prosperous future also belongs to reason, andrew hill did not use the those who voted against brexit and escape manoeuvre. he was found will remember. thank you. so a very, who expect politicians to make injured in this field, with no reasonable compromises to bring our country back together. memory of the crash. he said he must have been physically affected by everyone now wants to get it done. something. g—force, the extra force very short statement there from on the body in tight turns. adrian andrew hill, having been clearedm move beyond the arguments, plus the
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asks me to recite a nursery rhyme the manslaughter of 11 men. these bitterness of the debate, and out of the eu, as a united country ready to while pushing us through six g, six are the victors' pictures we can see make a success of the future. and times the earth's gravitational here. he came out from the old that's why i've come here to speak bailey to say he was truly sorry for pull. humpty dumpty had a great to you today. his part in their debts and he would to explain why this debate is fall. humpty. .. remember them. he named each of them dragging on and what is at stake, individually and he said he would remember them for the rest of his because it was in places like pull. humpty dumpty had a great life. this story obviously a very fall. humpty... dump... all the grimsby that the referendum was kings horses, all the kings men decided and where what is at stake can be seen most clearly of all. sad one for everybody involved. the couldn't put humpty together again. shoreham airshow disaster of august people here in north east lincolnshire voted decisively to iam couldn't put humpty together again. i am briefly unconscious because the blood and oxygen have been pulled 2015 in which andrew hill, a very leave the eu in 2016, by a ratio of from my head. now, andy hill was experienced pilot, but he had been 7-3. leave the eu in 2016, by a ratio of 7—3. everyone had their own reasons attempting a third man in his former for voting, but having spent much of used to g—force, but medical experts military hawker hunter jet the past three years talking to told the jury it still might have attempting a third man in his former military hawker hunterjet and it exploded into a fireball, and all of people about brexit, their hopes and been a significant factor. vintage aspirations, and their fears as these victims were killed as a well, some common themes emerge. aircraft are incredibly popular at result. that manslaughter trial, people wanted more control over the aircraft are incredibly popular at air shows aircraft are incredibly popular at airshows and can aircraft are incredibly popular at air shows and can attract young people to careers in aviation, they things that matter to them. the gross negligence, andrew hill found brexit deal before parliament gives keep history alive. but these planes innocent on all of those charges. them that control. today, vast are not flown by the raf, they are amounts of taxpayers' money is paid operated by companies and charities let's return to another big to the eu. in 2017 we made a net and shoreham has raised big developing story this morning.
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questions about safety. this air contribution of over £8.9 billion. families who lost relatives display team currently cannot fly in shootings involving the british army in belfast in 1971 have rejected karen bradley's the deal stops that. instead, we aerobatics at air shows over land. invitation to meet them and have will spend our money on our own been holding their own press and after years of concentrating on protecting the safety of crowds at conference in stormont. priorities, like our long—term plan? yesterday the secretary of state for northern ireland, 0ur precious nhs. today, immigration an airshow, now regulators are karen bradley, apologised for saying between the uk and the eu —— and our looking at risks to people in surrounding areas. we have to be that deaths caused by the security long—term plan for our precious nhs. hugely sympathetic to what has services during the troubles people can moved from one eu country happened and due process needs to to another without a job offer and ta ke happened and due process needs to were "not crimes". they make a big contribution to our take place and we expect regulations will change and it is our duty as public services, our economy and our we can listen now to the reaction society, but it means our government from those families this morning. custodians of the aircraft to work does not have control of how many people moved to britain every year. within regulations and continue as they were not dignified, they were the deal i have negotiated ends free best we can to display these murders and they should be heritage assets to the public. and movement and takes back control of investigated as such. and the our borders. we can then create an the families bereaved by the tragedy secretary of state for northern ireland, karen bradley, has a duty immigration system based around to ensure those investigations take people's schools, not the country than to keep the pressure on. they place. so what the families this they come from. —— people's skills. will play a major part in the morning told her is we have no forthcoming inquests into the 11 confidence in her. we believe her today the european court ofjustice position is completely and utterly untenable, and we have asked her to has jurisdiction deaths. enormous relief for the today the european court ofjustice hasjurisdiction in the uk. the deal will end that. we will make our own resign. that is the reaction from some of the families. let's speak to laws and british judges will determine how they are applied. emma vardy, our ireland pilot, andrew hill, acquitted, found today the terms of our international not guilty of manslaughter by gross correspondent, instalment for us. a trade are decided by the eu. we
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negligence but we know from inside very strong reaction, emma? cannot negotiate trade deals with other countries around the world. court, huge upset for families, absolutely. karen bradley made a negligence but we know from inside the eu does that on our behalf. court, huge upset forfamilies, who of course nothing would have brought very strong apology last night, but the family members back and it is the eu does that on our behalf. worth remembering that dave their as you have heard for a number of the deal means we will take back control of our trade policy in our families that doesn't go far enough. family members were killed suddenly own interests. many of our farmers and violently and worth remembering a number of families of victims them. victim maurice abrahams was 76 killed during the troubles refused feel the common agricultural policy to meet karen bradley today, and does not work for them. many in those who did came out saying, look, yea rs them. victim maurice abrahams was 76 years old. he was a wedding fishing communities feel the same chauffeur on his way to pick up a for us, that trust and confidence in bride in his daimler. he was killed her is gone, and they continue to about the common fisheries policy. the deal takes us out of the call for her to resign. 0bviously while driving along the a27 and was her is gone, and they continue to call for her to resign. obviously a long way away from here, stormont in a former police officer and former member of the grenadier guards and arrangement clinic to allow our own northern ireland, back in number leaves behind a wife and two deals forfarmers arrangement clinic to allow our own deals for farmers and fishers. the children. dylan archer was 42 and ten, downing street, karen bradley does have the confidence of the biggest opportunity for our fishing from brighton. he was a father of prime minister theresa may, and at opportunity in our waters? 0ver the moment that may well be in part biggest opportunity for our fishing opportunity in our waters? over 50 two and the director of an it yea rs. opportunity in our waters? over 50 because theresa may cannot afford to years. are the changes people voted company. he was killed while cycling lose any loyal cabinet members at for, they were my priorities in the such a crucial time of brexit, and negotiations and they are what the deal delivers —— these are the ona company. he was killed while cycling therefore karen bradley, you know, on a cycle path. anthony brightwell, changes people voted for. when this may blow over for her in those people voted in the referendum, it was not just about 53, also a cyclist. he was an terms, but here in northern ireland people voted in the referendum, it was notjust about our relationship with the eu. it was about much more aircraft enthusiast and learn to fly certainly it has been very damaging for her. of course that is because than that. it was also a vote for at shoreham airfield. he had been real change in our own country, and riding his bike and had stopped to to say that victims killed by police it was a message to those in
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watch the vulcan bomber that was due or the army during the troubles, to positions of power that for too many to give one of its last flights and say those debts were not crimes, it people working hard up and down the he left behind a fiancee and really plays into the fears of the country, life was too hard. it nationalist community here that the daughter. matt grimstone was a british government and the british expressed a desire for positive ministers are not impartial when change, not just to looking at any wrong doing on either expressed a desire for positive change, notjust to take back control from brussels but to empower footballer with worthing united and side when those legacy he was in a car with jacob schilt investigations are conducted into communities here in the uk, to the many killings that happened when the car was hit and both had create greater opportunity for the during the troubles. 0f been due to play in a game at three next generation, and grimsby is a the many killings that happened during the troubles. of course a lot of work for karen bradley to do to place determined to build that o'clock against lockwood football rebuild trust and credibility with a better future. like many towns, club. his family said he was the number of people here in northern place determined to build that betterfuture. like many towns, it has its share of challenges, but it ireland. perhaps for some of those kindest person you could meet. families, that is a task she may also has huge potential. last year, never actually be able to do. but it became the first town in the uk matthewjones, 2a kindest person you could meet. matthew jones, 2a and kindest person you could meet. matthewjones, 2a and from littlehampton. he worked as a personal trainer. he was driving to she is certainly determined. she to signa said she absolutely rejects the it became the first town in the uk to sign a town deal, and i want to the beach with another victim when suggestion that she should resign they were hit. james graham congratulate everyone who worked so and she is determined to do ha rd to congratulate everyone who worked so hard to land the deal, including everything she can to try to rebuild both local mps for great grimsby and that trust. we know this has been a steep for cleethorpes. the deal represents learning curve for karen bradley mallinson was retired and an since she took on this brief. in the aircraft enthusiast and had gone to early days one of the first things a collaboration between local and photograph one of the last vulcan she said, she didn't know northern flights and was said to be kind and central government, businesses and ireland is a place at all. she did generous and was a lifetime member the wider community. it sets as its slip upa ireland is a place at all. she did slip up a few months back when she goal making the most of grimsby‘s of the bluebell railway in east revealed she didn't really
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assets. the uk's busiest port by sussex. daniele polito was the understand the voting patterns youngest victim aged 23. he was between unionist and nationalist tonnage, ready to expand its operation after we leave the eu and travelling in a car with mattjones. voting here, something very fundamental to the way people cast both had been let out of work early strike new trade deals. its location their votes at elections, and now that day to enjoy the sunshine. they this, which is of course the most on the humber energy estuary, we re that day to enjoy the sunshine. they ideally placed to consolidate its were never supposed to be there and damaging of all. we expect karen position as one of europe's leading it took hours before his family bradley to continue trying to do realised he might have been involved centres for offshore wind, with and he leaves behind two children, that work, to rebuild trust, and it firms like this a major remains to be seen as to whether she including one born nine months to contribution. and its maritime and can turn this around. emma, thanks the day after his father died. fishing heritage, central both to so much. the density and the future. the deal a woman from teeside whose disabled daughter 53—year—old mark reeves was a took her own life days isa the density and the future. the deal is a model for other towns to follow computer designed technician and after her benefits were stopped and it has inspired the new £1.6 grandfather and rode his bike close says she's determined to bring about major reform to the airshow and stopped to take to the benefits system. jodey whiting, who was 42, photographs. his family said died two years ago. billion stronger towns fund we now the department for work combining his favourite hobbits, and pensions has admitted making riding his honda bike and mistakes in her case, has apologised and launched this week, which stands paid compensation. alongside other support we are photographing the airshow. we heard bbc look north's stuart giving to local areas. 0ver £9 about jacob schilt, 23, billion of local growth funds, £3.a whincup reports. photographing the airshow. we heard aboutjacob schilt, 23, from brighton. —— favourite hobbies. he billion of local growth funds, £3.a was travelling in a car with his billion for the northern powerhouse, joy believes her daughter was hounded to death and for the midlands engine as well by benefit officials. team—mate. richard smith, there was a flagship as part of our wider industrial 26—year—old from hove who was strategy. the central aim of that strategy. the central aim of that cycling with dylan archer at the on jodey‘s case. strategy is to ensure good jobs of time of the crash. they were waiting the future are available in every to cross the road and he was heading
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it was like a red mark, saying, community. we are lucky as a country to cross the road and he was heading "right, treat her with care." to south downs to meet a friend. and and they didn't. jodey suffered from multiple to have in london one of the world's physical and mental health problems, and took 27 tablets a day. greatest cities, but it is no good finally mark trussler, 5a, from but she was still worthing, a father of six, window judged fit to work. all the growth in our economy and jodey killed herselfjust days cleaner and builder and stopped on after her benefits were stopped. his bike to watch the airshow and the growth that brings being they had so many chances to go concentrated in london and the see the vulcan bomber and while in south—east. we need an economy that visitjodey, phone her, shoreham texted his fiancee to get go through the doctor. works for everyone. a country where the children ready because he wanted eve ryo ne works for everyone. a country where to ta ke everyone can be proud of their the children ready because he wanted to take them out to lunch when he community and every community offers got home and of course he never got theyjust ignored everything to get another one off the benefits. people the opportunity to get on in home. none of the 11 victims got and it's so cruel. life. that is the opportunity that home. none of the 11 victims got home. it sounds too trivial to say the department for work and pensions awaits our country if we agree the but it is true they were simply in brexit deal. the wrong place at the wrong time has now offered a full apology. we can build stronger communities that must be the real legacy of the when a jet, a ten tonne jet filled it offered its sincere condolences to the family, accepting it didn't vote to leave. with aviation fuel came out of the follow its own guidelines designed to safeguard customers. so the deal delivers on the sky, none of them had any chance to it said staff should have attempted priorities of those who voted to to contactjodey first, get out of the path it was before closing down her claim. leave. it also addresses the travelling so quickly. most of them concerns of those who voted to and it apologised for writing remain. by maintaining a close died instantaneously. in the next relationship between our police and letters, making telephone calls half hour, we may hear from the security agencies, the deal means we families and we will certainly hear and even leaving a voice mail can carry on working with our eu from the police and we expect to message on jodey‘s phone, hear from the 54—year—old pilot, three months after staff had been allies to keep people safe. by reflecting the interests and serving andrew hill, who is due to give a told that she had died. the needs of scotland and wales,
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statement outside the court at the northern ireland and england, the 0ld statement outside the court at the joy has been supported by her local old bailey. we will come back to deal will keep our precious union of mp, and she now wants the people who handled her daughter's case you. thanks. very sad story, very four proud nations are strong and to be sacked or prosecuted. sad to see those faces and hear i believe thatjoy is right. united, and maintaining that strength is crucial. more than ever those personal lives lost. more from she should be pressing for somebody to be held responsible, or at least a group to be held the families later. thank other before, we live in an interconnected responsible for this, because somebody is responsible. world. it is one in which every almost 7,000 people have country is affected by the decisions added their name to a petition of its neighbours and partners news. injodey‘s name, demanding changes across the globe. that will not to the whole benefit system. change after we leave the eu. and more than 7000 head teachers jodey‘s death shouldn't be in vain. have sent a joint letter neither will the values that guide to millions of parents warning that their schools are i want her name to be remembered our actions as a responsible actor for what she went through. facing a funding crisis. she didn't need to go through that. on the world stage. the grassroots campaign accuses the education secretary, damian hinds, of not taking and i miss her so much. we will be a strong voice on the un the problem seriously enough. 0ur education correspondent, stuart whincup, bbc sean coughlan reports. security council and in nato, the head teachers are writing to 3.5 million parents, commonwealth and the world trade in areas from cornwall to cumbria, 0rganization. we will be a leading to warn them that schools look north, thorna by. are not receiving adequate military power meeting our levels of funding. they say that it means fewer obligations to uphold global teachers, bigger class sizes, security. and we will keep our promises to the world's poorest cutting out some subjects and having less support for children with mental health problems. people, not just because promises to the world's poorest people, notjust because it is the right thing to do but because it is now, women all over some schools have said the world are celebrating they might have to close early international women's day. in our national interest. the deal on fridays to save money. it's a chance to celebrate the amazing achievements also safeguards the protections eu and parents have been asked to make donations. of women in everything head teachers are quoting from sport to politics. membership currently gives us and it's also about promoting equality the institute for fiscal studies between men and women. which people rightly value. that which says per—pupilfunding has the hashtag "international womens sta rts which people rightly value. that starts with the rights of all those
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fallen by 8% since 2010. day" has been used in more than 100,000 tweets so far today. from the who have moved location, or iwd. the letter to parents also accuses contributed to our country and built we can see some of the tweets later. their lives in the uk. —— moved to the education secretary damian hinds of refusing a request to talk here, contributed. we also will to them about budget shortages. maintain the rights and standards set at the eu level from workers' the head teachers are angry at a response from officials, with me isjude kelly, saying that the education secretary founder of the wow foundation, which organises the annual women didn't have time to meet. rights to environmental protections. brexit will not be a race to the but the department for education bottom. in fact, of the world festival. brexit will not be a race to the bottom. infact, most brexit will not be a race to the bottom. in fact, most of these areas says that this is unfair and that the uk has led the way ahead of the eu, and this week we have said that mr hinds readily meets teachers if the eu expands workers' rights, and unions and it is and also i'm joined completely untrue to say that by dr victoria cann, we will debate those measures in funding is not a priority. who's course director of ma the department says schools gender studies at the parliament and decide if we want to are receiving record levels university of east anglia. follow suit. we will start with the of funding and mr hinds is putting she's also co—founder of "day of the girl norwich", a strong case to the treasury, which advocates for girls rights ahead of the next spending review. locally, nationally and globally. jude, firstly, why do we need a two d i rectors sean coughlan, bbc news. follow suit. we will start with the two directors in our ongoing commitment that come into force international women's day? often women's histories and futures are still not told properly or advocated after we have left, which the uk for in terms of real genderjustice, supports. we will not tie ourselves and until we get to the stage where in automatically to follow you we can say we have an absolutely changes without parliament having equal society in terms of gender, we its say, which would mean weakening have to keep drawing attention to workers' rights if the eu ever chose it. we do that every single day of to do so, and it would not be taking figures are often quoted from the the year of course, but it is good back control. the uk has led the way to have one collective moment when institute for fiscal studies showing that per—pupil spending has reduced everybody can at least spend some time thinking about it, debating it in the eu and we will lead the way
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by 8% since 2010 when inflation is and working out what to do next. outside it. leaving with the deal means workers' what do you think of the key focuses taken into by 8% since 2010 when inflation is ta ken into account. by 8% since 2010 when inflation is rights will be protected, and if taken into account. this year, it was shown almost a third in england —— meant that the key focus is this they back the brexit deal on year? sexualviolence, violence tuesday, mps will give our whole we re against women generally, these are was shown almost a third in england were unable to cover costs with a economy a boost. two key themes. we do festivals all in spite of the unavoidable proportion in deficit almost over the world supported by quadrupling in four years. a bloomberg, 65 so far in 20 countries uncertainty of the brexit process, our economy continues to do well, spokesman said an extra £750 million across five continents. that issue had been negotiated for schools and thanks to its underlying strengths. of sexual violence and sexual the employment rate is at a record the education secretary was putting harassment and domestic violence is a strong case to the treasury ahead high, the unemployment rate is at a common to every single place in the of the next spending review. a0 year low. borrowing this year is world. that is number one, i would say, of the things we need to ata a0 year low. borrowing this year is at a 17 year low, and that is discuss. secondly, we need to andy mellor is a head falling. just imagine how much more teacher at st nicholas c discuss. secondly, we need to discuss something very close to all we could achieve with the certainty of e primary school in blakcpool. our hearts. the financial disparity ofa he's also the president of the national association we could achieve with the certainty for head teachers. of a deal. 0ur energy would be between women's work and men's work, focused on building ourfuture there is a lot of debate about the and expectation women won't need to be paid as much or don't deserve to relationship, forging new trade deals with the rest of the world and be paid as much or don't deserve to figures, with the government pushing be paid as much or don't deserve to tackling the other issues that back against your allegations. yes, be paid much, and that is still current in so many places, even matter to people. businesses will invest and create morejobs. money places like the uk where we have had and quite right to say there is a laws for years to say this shouldn't that will be spent guarding against lot of money being spent on be the case. we haven't found the education but what we know is we economic shock of a no deal exit willpower to actually make the could be put to better use come on have more children in the system than we ever had before, so changes on the ground that matter. the services people need and on
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soi growing our economy. the uk would per—pupil funding is true to say is changes on the ground that matter. so i think money, women's relationship to money, where they send a message around the world, a falling through the floor. we have a giant open for business sign to haven't got real financial resilience, and their own physical 2.8 billion pounds shortfall in our investors. the democratic case for safety, two of the big issues. school since 2015 and in a recent victoria, do you agree those are the backing the deal is clear, and so is key issues? i absolutely agree with the economic case. it not only survey of members a quarter of whatjude has removes the risk of a no deal exit schools say they are in deficit and key issues? i absolutely agree with what jude has been key issues? i absolutely agree with whatjude has been saying. to add to but allows us to reap the enormous that will only get worse. are you that, i think these issues, benefits of leaving with a deal. encouraged by the line from i've set out why i believe mps disproportionately affected by women of colour, disabled women and all of should back the deal next week. it government saying, the education secretary is pushing hard in terms ta kes should back the deal next week. it takes back control of the issues these intersecting identities as well. while we need to fight for people care about, it delivers the of the spending review? are you these things, we need to fight for change communities voted for and it hopeful? we are hopeful because we equal pay and the ending of sexual violence, we also need to see and have had conversations with damian recognise the ways in which women connects the things we value —— hinds, both ourselves and other might protect the things we value. from different backgrounds sets us on course for a prosperous unions, pushing the case for more funding and to be fair to the disproportionately are impacted by future. parliament will make its these, and i think international women's day really is a fantastic choice. in january mps future. parliament will make its choice. injanuary mps said no to department for education, they have way of raising that awareness the dealfor a variety provided some additional funding but through the sorts of things that choice. injanuary mps said no to the deal for a variety of reasons. some wanted to stop exit altogether. it is nowhere near enough and we jude does with women of the world. need new money from the treasury. we jeremy corbyn opposed it because he wa nted jeremy corbyn opposed it because he wanted a general election and said rate to philip hammond over a year he would vote against the deal you answer first, victoria. do you without even reading it. but others ago and we have still yet to have a think we are doing enough or do you voted against it because they had reply from him. the lack of a reply think we are doing enough or do you think it needs to be stronger, genuine concerns, and they felt it tougher, noisier? is it all a bit was time for the government to get
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from philip hammond and according to too polite? i think it is a bit changes to address them. the biggest some of those involved in sending polite but i think you can do quite concern was about the so—called this letter to parents, the a lot with polite activism. if you northern ireland backstop. the suggestion that the education backstop is an insurance policy. it secretary and schools minister have think about slowing down, thinking not been willing to meet them, that is there to guarantee if we run out quite carefully and considerately about how to communicate with of time to agree our new people, it is one of the ways you relationship with the eu, during the ina way, not been willing to meet them, that in a way, the requests of falling on next phase of the negotiations, it deaf is. is there justice can enact change. but i think you're will not lead to a hard border in a way, the requests of falling on deaf is. is therejustice in in a way, the requests of falling on deaf is. is there justice in that right, getting angry, being tough argument? i think we are finding it between northern ireland and and noisy are fantastic ways really is very difficult to raise the alarm ireland. like any insurance policy, draw attention to what are some no side ever want to use it. it is about what is a national crisis in pa rt significant problems faced by women no side ever want to use it. it is part of the deal that the backstop notjust school funding, whilst we have significant problems faced by women not just across the world but in the cannot be permanent. and it is not uk specifically as well. yeah, we brexit in the way. clearly in the eu's interest for it to be are being a bit polite but that is politicians are preoccupied with permanent, because they fear this the way in which women are would give us a competitive brexit. ultimately, politicians on conditioned to grow up and how to all sides have to wake up to the conduct themselves in public life, advantage in the long term. but funding crisis, because the damage well then it's not surprising. jude, there are genuine concerns there is done to schools now will take no clear way out of the backstop of generations to repair. make it moving that question onto you. i am the future negotiations break down. thinking for example of 1975, i've taken those concerns to concrete for us, the case of your brussels, i've explained them to icelandic women, 90% of them got out every single eu leader, and we have on strike, didn't do any housework, put forward serious, detailed look after children, go to work, and school, what is the impact? for me iceland is now the first country in proposals to address them. the the impact is in terms of people government is in discussions with lost from school. we have lost five the eu right now focused on getting the world for gender equality on all the eu right now focused on getting of the metrics. does it need a bit the legal changes mps have asked members of staff from an elementary for. as i've said before, this will more militancy? i think it needs
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primary school who work with women to understand they have much not in any way alter our enduring children with special educational more power when they speak out and needs, they did pastoral support. we commitment to the belfast good say, enough is enough, but actually, friday agreement and to avoiding a have lost £20,000 of speech and you know, since we make up half the ha rd friday agreement and to avoiding a hard border in all circumstances. language therapy and we know world's population, i think that the belfast good friday agreement children with speech and language although i agree we do things was a landmark achievement for the needs, if they are not met, they can through love and care, and we love uk government, the irish government, men in our lives, we are not talking and the political parties in often manifest themselves in behavioural issues. we have a northern ireland. it brought peace about individual men, we are talking to our country after many years of national debate about knife crime. all of these things will have about individual men, we are talking about power structures and how that tragedy. the people of northern needs to change, and i think the ireland are our people and their significant knock—on effects and we security and well—being is our arejust significant knock—on effects and we are just starting to see the tip of security and well—being is our security and well—being is our black lives matter movement, the say the iceberg with this. thank you. security and well—being. but, just as mps will face a big choice next her name double—mac movement, the me week, the eu has to make a choice as too movement, things do move quickly. i think —— say her name well. we are both participants in this process. it is in the european movement. i think we need to be more interest for the uk to leave with a the government is giving diplomatic deal. we are working with them, but honest, bolder, more courageous. and people could suddenly hear it and think, i always knew this to be the decisions the european union makes over the next few days will protection to nazanin zaghari—ratcliffe. he said it was true. i was kind of pretending it have a big impact on the outcome of not a magic ones but would send a wasn't, but i am with you now. that the vote. european leaders tell me is what we need to teach our young message to iran that she is they worry time is running out and innocent. we can look back at key women. we have four—year—olds going that we only have one chance to get moments over the past three years. into playgroups still being told, it right. my message to them is now girls can't do this and can't do is the moment for us to act. we
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she was arrested in an iranian that. we need affirmative action, but over and over again the worked hard together, over two years airport on the 3rd of april 2016 consistent message is still it is an on the deal. it's a comprehensive unequal world, and i think we should while travelling back to the uk with deal that provides for an orderly a daughter. ta ke unequal world, and i think we should take a leaf, as you heard, out of exit from the eu and that sets a the women of colour, disabled platform for an ambitious future practitioners, people who have had relationship. it needsjust she was accused of plotting to really deal with intersectional platform for an ambitious future relationship. it needs just one platform for an ambitious future relationship. it needsjust one more push to address the final specific against the iranian government injustice. they have had to bring concerns of our parliament. so let's in september 2016 she was sentenced to 5 years in prison. their voices so much to the fore in mrs zaghari—ratcliffe not hold back, let's do what is maintained her innocence, but despite a number of appeals — in april 2017 iran's supreme court necessary for mps to back the deal imaginative, creative ways, and i upheld her sentence — think it is up to everybody to on tuesday. because it mps reject giving her no more legal options to overturn her conviction. follow in that way. it is about and in october that year came the news she could face celebration, but it is also about we the deal, nothing is certain. two further charges — cannot squander this moment, and extending her sentence. in august last year it would be at a moment of crisis. weight a0 or 60 years, which is what nazanin zaghari—ratcliffe the statistics tell us, for the mps would immediately be faced with world to realise its potential —— another choice. either we leave the was granted three days of release that we cannot wait a0. that is eu with no deal on the 29th of in order to spend time with her daughter who has been march. i don't believe that would be living with family in iran. in the best interest of the uk or at the start of the year mrs zaghari—ratcliffe's husband people being given less opportunity than they deserve, and let's not do announced that his wife had begun the eu. more we delay brexit, and a hunger strike in protest over carry on arguing about it amongst being denied specialist that. dr victoria cann medical care in hospital. than they deserve, and let's not do that. dr victoria (arm and jude kelly, thank you so much for sharing ourselves and with the eu, and that and last night it was announced that your views with us and happy is not in our interests either. more the foreign secretaryjeremy hunt has granted her diplomatic international women's day to both of talking will not change the questions that need to be settled, you. in a moment we'll have and a delay risks creating new protection by britain.
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all the business news, problems. but first the headlines on bbc news: if we are simply asking for a bit he explained why he took that step. more time to pass the legislation we need to implement brexit once we have agreed the deal, a delay would this is not a magic wand but it does shoreham air crash pilot andy hill be straightforward. but if it were a create a different legal and has been found not guilty delay to give mps even more time to of 11 counts of manslaughter decide what we are going to do, that political context and sends a strong signal to the iranian government through gross negligence. you might insist on new conditions that look, you are a great that were not in our interest before relatives of ten people killed in west belfast during the troubles civilisation. you may have they agreed to such an extension, disagreements with the uk, but at call for the northern ireland secretary's resignation after her controversial remarks the heart of this is an innocent about the shootings. and that might lead to a form of woman with a four—year—old daughter, theresa may will urge eu leaders to give ground on brexit brexit that does not match up to who is vulnerable, very scared, and when she delivers a speech what the people voted for. in grimmsby this lunchtime. like my a very good morning. i am it could mean no end to free not well. and the right thing to do is to let her go and not to use maryam moshiri. —— a very good movement, no ability to strike our own trade deals, no end to the big morning to you. in the business new: individuals as pawns of diplomatic the retailer mike ashley has made annual payments, no taking back control, which is what the british an audacious bid to take level —— might leverage. i have been control of debenhams. people voted for. and the delay his company sports direct, which owns 30% of debenhams shares, could lead to something else. to iran, met the foreign minister says it wants to remove all members and spoken to him on the phone. i of the department store's board and appoint mr ashley a second brexit referendum. the have asked them to recognise the as chief executive. debenhams, which issued a profit chances of that has increased since warning earlier this week, human side of this dispute. but they said it was disappointed jeremy corbyn said he would back by sports direct‘s action. one. it has become clear to me that have not done that and so we have a government report has found that encouraging more women to start jeremy corbyn is not really businesses could unlock interested in finding a solution. taken this action. we think it is £250 billion for the economy. since we met to discuss a way the rose review found that the first time diplomatic protection while one in three uk forward for our country on the 13th entrepreneurs is a woman,
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has been exercised for an individual their firms are on average half of january i have the size of men's. forward for our country on the 13th ofjanuary i have repeatedly forward for our country on the 13th of january i have repeatedly offered him another meeting to follow it up. in over 100 years and for that reason, we think it sends a strong and goals soccer centres has issued in return, after multiple requests from my office, he has offered just a profit warning after it found "accounting errors" one hour over the last five weeks signal there is a human being here. which will make its full—year we all need to think about this. it results "materially when our teams could meet. and we below" expectations. goals owns 50 five—a—side football facilites in the uk and california. is not just about the diplomatic the error means the company broke the terms of its banking agreement now know why, because despite his arguments between the uk and iran. there is a family here and they need so it will also have to renegotiate promise at the last election to to be reunited. deliver brexit he now supports holding a divisive second referendum the terms of its loans. that would take the uk right back to square one, not completing brexit her husband richard said he welcomed and getting on with all the other the move and spoke to the victoria important issues people care about, derbyshire programme. let's start with debenhams and that just yet more months and years of bid by sports direct to install its chief executive, mike ashley as boss arguing. if we go down that road, we of the troubled retailer. might never leave the eu at all. and if successful, it would bring two of the uk's department store chains under mike ashley's control after he bought house of fraser out that would be a political failure. it would let down the more than 17 of administration last year. million people who voted to leave the eu and do profound damage to neil wilson is chief markets their faith we wanted the government to do this the eu and do profound damage to theirfaith in our the eu and do profound damage to to make a clear signal that their faith in our democracy. the eu and do profound damage to analyst at markets.com. theirfaith in our democracy. some of the people who voted in the this needs to be sorted. referendum did so for the first time and obviously what we want iran to do is there you are. let's talk about why to release nazanin in years. why should they ever and bring her home. mike ashley has done this.” we discussed yesterday, with bother doing so again, if their the foreign office, what we thought might happen.
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i think, when the foreign there you are. let's talk about why mike ashley has done this. i think, decision were overturned without ever being implemented? my message secretary has summoned the well, he has a 30% stake in the iranian ambassador back injanuary, business to start with, so he is and their reaction was hostile, to those mps who agree with me we initially. obviously concerned about where the there were sort of statements company is going, he has a clear should not risk that is simple. the to say, listen, she's an iranian citizen, you have no right only certain way to avoid it is to financial interest in this. and he and various other things. has been on this acquisition spree back the deal the government has we were kind of expecting on the high street, and he is keen we will see what secured with the eu on tuesday. happens next from the iranians site. the iranian ambassador let's get it done. did tweet overnight to sort of hoover up as much as to say listen, she is an iranian citizen, the uk has no right possible. he is also the outright mps face a historic choice next under international law, which is owner of house of fraser, and that not technically true, week. i'm ready to take us out of but i was expecting there would be push back. is where this comes in. i think he so, hopefully, there will be some is where this comes in. i think he rhetorical pushback but then an is looking to tie these businesses the eu with a deal good for the uk, up is looking to tie these businesses up and really create a sort of attempt to try to solve this. ready to implement the decision of a second arrest has been made voters here in grimsby and across by police investigating the fatal singular department store business on the high street and tie up the the uk, and ready to get on with stabbing of 17—year—old jodie chesney in romford. jodie was stabbed in the back making a success of a new chapter while sitting on a park bench back office system, the sourcing, for our country. we can only do that in east london last friday. all these things where they can make scotland yard says a man if parliament supports the deal on was arrested in london this morning significant cost savings. you have on suspicion of murder. just spoken about the synergies, but tuesday. i need the support of those a 20—year—old man arrested in leicester on tuesday what about the things that might remains in custody. who, like me, voted remain, but hold this deal back if it were to go believe in honouring the result, and believe in honouring the result, and believe leaving with a good deal is ahead? much better than leaving with no the united states space capsule is well, i mean, the corporate on its way back to earth and if governance issue might be the first deal. and i need the support of those who voted to leave, but to re—entry is successful the capsule thing here. mike ashley claiming he could be used to carry humans later accept that compromise is necessary wa nts to if we are to bring our country back thing here. mike ashley claiming he wants to move the entire board of this year. our science correspondent debenhams apart from one director —— together. might remove the entire board. there there may be some on both sides who has more. the dragon space capsule are issues there. also issues around
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are not prepared to back a separates from the international the current restructuring negotiated deal with the eu. some space station and heads back to discussions, they are in the process earth for the riskiest part of its because they cannot accept leaving the eu at all, others because they of talking to lenders. they have a test flight, re—entry. it has a heat rent payment deadline on march 25 cannot accept any compromise on shield to protect it from high which needs to be paid and they are their vision of brexit. i don't committed with borrowing facilities, doubt the sincerity of their views, temperatures. retro rockets and four starting to get a bit too close for but i profoundly disagree with them. parachutes will have to slow dragon down before it splashes down into comfort. i think there are several ironically, both sides would find things going on. it is an audacious the atlantic. it has been eight long themselves in the same lobby come themselves in the same lobby come the vote next week, each voting the attempt, but i think ultimately we could see mike ashley taking over same way but each hoping for the yea rs. the atlantic. it has been eight long years. the shuttle was withdrawn opposite result. control, not just in from service because it was unsafe. could see mike ashley taking over control, notjust in the boardroom i hope they will be in the minority. if all goes well in the next few but of the whole of debenhams, in the british people have already hours, the dragon space capsule will moved on. they are ready for this to terms of its shareholding. neil ta ke hours, the dragon space capsule will wilson, good to get your point of take astronauts into space later this year. a lot more on that coming view. thank you very much indeed. be settled. by coming together as a parliament, we can bring our country together, boost our economy, safeguard our security, protect a up this year. a lot more on that coming up shortly. now time for a look at the weather. it has been a cold now, encouraging more women union, and take our decisive step to start their own businesses towards the bright future of the start but at least we had some could help generate an extra £250 british people voted for and which sunshine through this morning. the billion for the economy, according you and our whole country deserve. cloud will increase today. with that to a government report. so let's get it done. thank you. it was compiled by this woman — alison rose, there will be outbreaks of rain. who is deputy chief executive at natwest bank — and she found that while one in three uk from northern ireland, rain moving entrepreneurs is a woman, through. pushing its way into their businesses are — on average —
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half the size of firms run by men western scotland, north—west england, wales, petchey rain in the and far less likely to reach applause south—west and eventually that moves £1 million in annual turnover. to the midlands and south—east but not until later in the day. blustery joining me to discuss i willjust is addie pinkster, the founder applause i will just take applause i willjust take a few questions and chief executive of adelpha, from the media. beth? thank you, conditions but not as strong as which is a female—led corporate advisor and private yesterday. it will feel cold at investment network. good to speak to you. firstly, times with a high temperature 7—11. taught me through vie women's prime minister. 0n the point that we a different end to the day compared companies are on average in the uk to the start of the day but as we go half the size of firms owned by men? through tonight, the rain will not every founder entrepreneur wants may never leave the eu at all... are clear. further showers moving to do this and it is not that they you still planning to whip mps through to western areas. temperature is not as low as last have to. what we're trying to night. 3—8. 0ver address, for the ones who want to scale, are they getting the right may never leave the eu at all... are you still planning to whip mp5 for the volt...? our temperature is not as low as last night. 3—8. over the weekend, some support to do that? —— might not you still planning to whip mp5 for the volt. . . ? our policy has always been the best thing for the uk to uncertainty but it will feel windy every founder entrepreneur wants to leave with a negotiated deal and my and cold. they will be some rain and focus is on the vote on tuesday scale. whether they can, i think the hill snow. goodbye. which will be a vote for that deal. rose review is addressing the right 0bviously, which will be a vote for that deal. obviously, as i say, we are still in issues, access to funding, some discussions with the eu on the unconscious bias, access to role specific issues, the specific issue models, female impostor syndrome and of the backstop, which parliament various other very real gender raised, but what i want people to do is to focus on that without on differences. what you think could be done to address all of those things tuesday. voting for that deal you have mentioned ? enables us to leave the eu, to do it done to address all of those things you have mentioned? because certainly they create stumbling
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blocks for women to get the ina enables us to leave the eu, to do it in a smooth and orderly way, and i think it is the best route for the investment they need. yeah, if the uk. peter walker? thank you very question specifically as around the funding area, i think on the one hand there is funding available and there is sort of traditional banking much. peter walker from the guardian. prime minister, in your type funding, overdrafts and things, andi speech you seem to put some of the type funding, overdrafts and things, and i think greater awareness of blame for the delays on breaks it that, speaking the language of down tojeremy blame for the delays on breaks it down to jeremy corbyn, the eu blame for the delays on breaks it down tojeremy corbyn, the eu and market employees approaching women mps in parliament but we are now in a position where we are four days better would help. from the away from the second crucial vote investment and equity perspective, and mp5 still don't necessarily know we are very lucky, we know a lot of what they will vote on, and also really high quality investors who three weeks away from brexit and the invest a lot in female led workers in this room don't know if companies. i think the challenge we will even match the 29th, they with the system is unconscious bias, don't know if we will leave with no and it is very hard to understand and it is very hard to understand deal, your deal or a different deal. and invest in something you don't how much of any —— if any personal know. in the case of one fen tech responsibility do you take for this company focusing on hormonal cycles chaos? element firstly, as a for women, it is pretty hard to sit government we have been negotiating and talk to a room full of men, with the eu for a deal that enables us to have a smooth and orderly exit possibly white men aged a0—50 about from the eu —— firstly, as a the hormone cycle of 18—50 year old government. the two years ends on woman. i might do you think the 29th of march, having triggered unconscious bias issue is something article 50. obviously parliament that needs to be addressed possibly rejected the deal i brought back.
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earlier on, in the chain, at school? i'll need to support the deal to you might guess, that is an ratify the treaty that lies behind investment theme we look at that deal. you mentioned the next ourselves as a growth area. —— yes, few weeks, but actually what i am thatis ourselves as a growth area. —— yes, that is an investment theme. focusing more on skills and saying, now is the moment for us to character, and may be less on get this done, now is the moment for learning stop we also invest in a parliament to come together to back few that specifically help female the deal and deliver what people doubted for. we have a entrepreneurs, and again it is not responsibility —— what people voted because we are a purpose driven but for full stop we have a we see the opportunity for growth responsibility to deliver the brexit here and it is such a one way people voted for. that is what this momentum that it really makes sense deal is about. john pienaar? john to back the winners. some examples, pienaar, bbc news. prime minister, out of oxford, upscaling women on tech and social media, or one giving are you simply keen to shift the blame for the way the talks have wa nt to tech and social media, or one giving deadlocked towards the eu and away want to be interior designers the tools and the confidence and the community they need to set up the from yourself? if i may, are you businesses they want to. ok, addie willing to contemplate allowing kat pinkster, lovely to have you on and my conservative colleagues, including ministers, to vote to block a no deal brexit, given you happy international women's day. and said it could harm britain and the u. british people? —— my allowing other stories in the business news today. norway has announced it will reduce its government's conservative ministers. my focus is
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investment in the oil and gas industries. because of its rich fossil fuel on the debate that will take place on the debate that will take place resources, the norwegian government on tuesday and getting that vote through. it would enable us to leave has a sovereign wealth fund worth around £750 billion. with a deal. for those who don't but it will now let its sovereign wa nt with a deal. for those who don't want us to leave without a deal, the wealth fund dump all of its oil and gas stocks. best way is to vote for the deal so the plan has been welcomed we leave with that deal. you said by activists an important step about the relationship with the eu. in getting investors to move away from fossil fuels. the lawyer for the former boss my about the relationship with the eu. my message to the european union is of nissan, carlos ghosn has very clear. some of the leaders and some in the european union, when i apologised for this... have spoken to them, have said they are not have spoken to them, have said they a re not really have spoken to them, have said they are not really sure whether this is there he is, under that mask. the moment, whether this is the time, whether there is a more time to be talking about this and disguising his client as a workman negotiating on this. my message is while he left a japanese prison. takashi takano said the outfit this is the moment, this is the time was his idea to hide mr ghosn will stop you know, i think people, from waiting photographers, but he's conceded it was an amateur the british public, as i say, have plan, which tainted ghosn's reputation. the once towering figure moved on. —— this is the time. it of the automotive industry is facing charges of financial misconduct and was released on bail wednesday ta kes moved on. —— this is the time. it after 108 days injail. takes both sides to get that negotiation through and then bring he denies those charges. that deal back to the parliament on this spacecraft is due to come back tuesday, but i think what people down to earth this afternoon. wa nt tuesday, but i think what people want is for us just to do this and do it now. rob hutton? the spacex dragon is an astronaut capsule, which has been docked to the international space station for the past week. in a test flight today,
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it will drop through the atmosphere rob hutton from bloomberg. prime and hopefully splash into the atlantic ocean. if all goes well, it will boost the chances for elon musk‘s spacex to win approval for manned missions minister, the ship has sailed on a to the station. smooth and orderly brexit some time a very brief look at the market now. ago and there are in fact ship sailing around the world now that do london's ftse100 index down — not know what customs regime they disappointing chinese export data brought back fears are arriving in. we are in chaos, for global growth. it is down quite heavily. that's all the business news. there are already business leaders tearing their hairout there are already business leaders tearing their hair out over the mess they are in. do you think you owe back to you, carrie. thanks so much, them an apology? and do you think marion. that you owe it to them... we we will spend more time at the old bailey in the next hour for more understand why you do not want to talk about what happens after reaction to the not guilty verdict for the pilot following those debts tuesday, but real people with real of the 11 people at the showroom lives and important decisions need to make decisions, they need to airshow in 2015. now a quick look at know, assuming this does not go through on tuesday, what happens then. when you take no deal off the the second night. thank you. we see table all continue this tory psychodrama? this is the third time the second night. thank you. we see the cloud starting to increase from the cloud starting to increase from the west and you can see this son i will have answered this question. halo. it was almost a complete halo.
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the thing for everybody to focus pretty fascinating —— sun halo. this rain moving east and it will be heavy. sam hill snow expected here. patty in the south—east of england as it moves in later this afternoon. some brighter skies for later. maximum temperatures 7—11d. the rain will be followed by some pretty heavy showers in north western areas, still snow on higher ground in scotland through to north—western areas of england. not quite as cold as last night, temperature clinic down to about 2—8dc, and through the weekend it stays quite unsettled —— ands down to about. some rain, hill snow, especially across the pennines and through scottish mountains. 0verall, quite changeable. i buy. —— goodbye.
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you re watching bbc newsroom live — these are today s main stories at midday. not guilty — shoreham air crash pilot andy hill has been acquitted of 11 counts of manslaughter through gross negligence. iam i am truly sorry for the part i played in their death and it is the day i will remember for the rest of my life. thank you. relatives of ten people killed in west belfast during the troubles call for the northern ireland secretary's resignation after her controversial remarks about the shootings. on this international women's day, karen bradley is an insult to women
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and if she has any decency in her at all, she will do the right thing and she will resign. in a last attempt to get mps to back her brexit deal — theresa may will urge eu leaders to agree to legally binding changes to the irish backstop. a crisis in school funding — more than 7000 headteachers from across england write to parents warning that their schools are under threat. the government will grant formal diplomatic protection to nazanin zaghari—ratcliffe — the british—iranian woman who's been injail in iran for almost three years. good morning. welcome to bbc newsroom live. the pilot whose plane crashed during the shoreham airshow killing 11 men, has been cleared of their manslaughter. andrew hill, who's 5a and from hertfordshire, had been attempting a loop when his former military hawker hunterjet exploded into a fireball on the a27
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in august 2015. let's cross to our correspondent sarah campbell outside the old bailey. huge relief for andrew hill, an experienced pilot, who friends and collea g u es experienced pilot, who friends and colleagues had attested throughout the trial was safety conscious and careful. he had been a pilot in the raf, flying fast jets careful. he had been a pilot in the raf, flying fastjets for many years and spent the best part of 20 years with british airways, rising to the rank of captain. it was described in court a medical miracle he survived the catastrophic crash. he has recovered from his life—threatening injuries but said in court that every day what happened, and the fa ct every day what happened, and the fact 11 men died, preys on his mind. speaking publicly for the first time about what happened on the 22nd of august, 2015, in the last half—hour,
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andrew hill gave this statement outside court. 1295 days ago i lost control of an aircraft, resulting in the deaths of maurice abrahams, dyla n the deaths of maurice abrahams, dylan archer, tony brightwell, james mallinson, matthew grimstone, matt jones, daniele polito, mark reeves, jacob schilt, richard smith, mark trussler. a number of people were injured. i trussler. a number of people were injured. lam trussler. a number of people were injured. i am truly sorry for the pa rt injured. i am truly sorry for the part i played in their deaths and it is they i will remember for the rest of my life. thank you. andrew hill an hour after he was found not guilty of the manslaughter of 11 men at the shoreham airshow. mr hill has always said he cannot remember anything about what happened during the crash, or the day running up to the crash. his
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defence was that he flew so badly, which he agreed, because he was in some way cognitively impaired. so he had some loss of ability to fly, due to the effect, possibly, of g forces. with the background to the case, here is my colleague tom symons. it was the worst airshow crash since the 1950s. bleep. the jury heard weeks of technical evidence about flying, before clearing andrew hill. the 11 men who died were all on the busy a27. some had come to watch the flying, others were passing by. they included a veteran chauffeur, friends out cycling, workmates heading home. daniele polito died not knowing he would become a father for a second time. he has two little boys that he will never see grow up and they will never have their daddy. it is just so cruel.
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there is something that could have been avoided, which seems quite obvious, that it could have been avoided. it has just caused so much destruction to so many people. jacob schilt and his friend matthew had been on their way to play for their football team, worthing united. jacob's parents were heading to the game, too, when there was a call from a team—mate. he said there has been a terrible accident — a plane has come down on cars on the a27 and we think thatjacob and matt might be in it. from the beginning, you thought this is absurd, you know, my son has been killed by a jet fighter at a display is just absurd. andrew hill, ex—raf, a british airways captain, admitted , has always accepted his
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flying that day was poor. he was 1,000 feet too low. this is the home of the british aerobatic academy. in the back seat, instructor adrian willis, who teaches pilots all over the world the precision needed for this kind of flying. adrian asks me to recite a nursery rhyme while pushing us through 6g — that's six times the earth's gravitational pull. humpty dumpty had a great fall. humpty... dumpty... all the king's horses, all the king's men couldn't put... he slurs his words ..humpty together again. i am briefly unconscious, because the blood and oxygen have been pulled from my head. but fighter pilots have special equipment and training to deal with this. vintage aircraft are incredibly popular at air shows.
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they can attract young people to careers in aviation, they keep history alive. but these planes are not flown by the raf. they are operated by companies and charities and shoreham has raised big questions about safety. this air display team currently cannot fly aerobatics in airshows over land. and after years of concentrating on protecting the safety of crowds at an airshow, now regulators are looking at the risks to people in surrounding areas. at the end of the day we have to be sympathetic to what has happened and due process needs to take place and we expect regulations will change and it is our duty as trustees and custodians of the aircraft to work within regulations and continue as best as we can to display these heritage assets to the public. and the families bereaved by the tragedy planned to keep the pressure on. they will play a major part in
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fourth, forthcoming —— forthcoming inquests. we arejust we are just about to hear from the detective inspector from sussex police. the last three and a half yea rs, police. the last three and a half yea rs , we police. the last three and a half yea rs, we have police. the last three and a half years, we have sought to find a nswe rs years, we have sought to find a nswers for years, we have sought to find answers for the families and friends of those who died and i hope this trial has gone some way towards doing that. on the 22nd of august, 2015, 11 men, fathers, brothers and sons, lost their lives and the lives of many others changed for ever. i am acutely aware of the enormous impact it has had and continues to have on those who lost loved ones, those who were injured on the day, and those who are watching, and the effect it has had on shoreham and more widely. thejury effect it has had on shoreham and more widely. the jury who have sat for nearly two months have considered the vast amount of
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evidence that has been presented to them and have heard of the many, many years of experience mr hill has asa many years of experience mr hill has as a pilot. it was clearly appropriate to bring these charges and for appropriate to bring these charges and foer hill to appropriate to bring these charges and for mr hill to stand trial. the jury's view is he is not guilty of the charges brought against him, and we respect that decision. the shoreham air crash will live in the hearts and minds of many people for yea rs hearts and minds of many people for years to come, not least those who lost loved ones. i must pay tribute to the families of the victims, many of whom have sat through every minute of every day throughout the trial, and have done so with com plete trial, and have done so with complete dignity and support for each other for investigation, and for us the police team. the humility they have shown has been truly inspiring. thank you.
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detective inspector jon fanner paying tributes to families and says he respects the decision of the jury. we can go back to the old bailey and sarah. a dignified statement from the police, accepting the outcome of this trial? absolutely, and echoing the comments of thejudge in absolutely, and echoing the comments of the judge in this case, he said very much the same thing when the verdicts were read out in court number eight of the old bailey. clearly some of them were visibly upset at the not guilty verdict, and it is hard to know what could bring some of them any comfort, with a verdict, because of the violent and sudden loss of their loved ones. it is hard to overstate that the instantaneous deaths their loved ones experienced and for them, you heard the police officers saying there is a search for answers. they
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still want answers. there is the next stage in the process, an inquest, now the criminal process has finished, an inquest will be opened later this year. it will be for the coroner, the west sussex coroner, to look potentially at producing a report, it is called a prevention of future deaths report, into ways perhaps of regulations around airshows and how flying should be tightened up in the wake of the shoreham air crash. and just mentioning the tightening up the regulations, it is not clear whether there will be an airshow at shoreham ever again after the emotional impact on the community there?m ever again after the emotional impact on the community there? it is not clear. certainly there has not been one since 2015 and it is also true to say in the immediate aftermath, the civil aviation authority did tighten up regulations with regard to all airshows, so the
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distance that planes are allowed to fly from crowd lines, the height at which they are safely allowed to fly, which they are safely allowed to fly, have been tightened up and certain vintage aircraft like the hawker hunter are no longer allowed to perform aerobatic displays over land to try to prevent a repeat of what happened in 2015. it may well be for this inquest to decide whether further steps need to be taken. airshows for people who have not been to one, are attended by millions every year. the statistics used often in terms of outdoor events, only football matches attract greater crowds. millions go, so this is important to millions of people and it remains to be seen the way they are wrong, whether they can happen, will be significantly changed as a result of what happened in 2015. sarah, thanks forjoining us and giving us that explanation of what is a sad day at the old bailey,
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as people consider both families, police, andy hill himself, everybody in court, the lives lost in 2015. i wa nt to in court, the lives lost in 2015. i want to remind you that we have a big speech by theresa may coming up in the next few minutes. she will be imploring eu leaders to give ground and make changes to her brexit deal. she will do that in grimsby. speaking on the part of the country that voted strongly to leave. she will be speaking to the audience but also an audience in brussels, because she wants eu negotiators to make changes to the irish backstop, legally binding changes that will help her get the withdrawal agreement through the commons next tuesday. a second arrest has been made by police investigating the fatal stabbing of 17—year—old jodie chesney in romford. jodie was stabbed in the back
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while sitting on a park bench in east london last friday. scotland yard says a man was arrested in london this morning on suspicion of murder. a 20—year—old man arrested in leicester on tuesday remains in custody. we will carry on and on the news channel but say goodbye to viewers on bbc two. families who lost relatives in shootings involving the british army in west belfast in 1971 have rejected karen bradley's invitation to meet them and have been holding their own press conference in stormont. yesterday the secretary of state for northern ireland apologised for saying that deaths caused by the security services during the troubles were "not crimes". this is what she said in parliament. the fewer than 10% that were at the hands of the military and police were not crimes, they were people acting under orders and instruction and fulfilling their duties in a dignified and
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appropriate way. yesterday karen bradely said she was "profoundly sorry" for any hurt caused. it comes a week ahead of an announcement on whether british army veterans are to be prosecuted for their role in the bloody sunday shootings, when 1a civilians were killed. this is what members of the ballymurphy families had to say outside stormont earlier. the murders were not conducted, carried out in an appropriate manner, nor were they dignified. they were murders and they should be investigated as such. the secretary of state for northern ireland, karen bradley, has a duty to ensure those investigations take place. what the families told her is we have no confidence in her. we believe her position is untenable and we have asked her to resign. 0ur irleand correspondent emma vardy is at stormont and described the strong reaction to karen bradley's comments from the families of the victims.
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karen bradley made a strong apology last night. for a number of families that does not go far enough. a number of families of victims killed during the troubles refused to meet karen bradley today and those that did came out saying for us, that trust and confidence in her has gone, and they continue to call for her to resign. a long way away from here, stormont in northern ireland, backin here, stormont in northern ireland, back in downing street, karen bradley has the confidence of the prime minister theresa may and perhaps at the moment, that might be in part because theresa may cannot afford to lose any loyal cabinet members at such a crucial time of brexit, therefore karen bradley, this may blow over for her in those terms but here in northern ireland, certainly it has been damaging for her. that is because, to say that
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victims killed by police or army during the troubles, to say those deaths were not crimes, plays into the fears of the nationalist community here that the british government and ministers are not impartial when looking at any wrong doing on either side, when those legacy investigations are conducted into the many killings that happened during the troubles. a lot of work for karen bradley to do, to rebuild trust and credibility, with a number of people here in northern ireland, and perhaps for some of those families, that is a task she may never actually be able to do. she is certainly determined. she said she rejects a suggestion she should resign and she is determined to do everything she can to try to rebuild that trust. we know this has this has been a steep learning to do. she is certainly determined. she said she rejects a suggestion she should resign and she is determined to do everything she can to try to rebuild that trust. we know this has been a steep learning curve for karen bradley, one of the first thing she said was she did not know northern
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ireland much and she slipped up a few months back when she did not really understand the voting patterns here, something fundamental to the way people cast votes when it comes to elections here, and now this. this is the most damaging. we expect karen bradley to continue trying to rebuild trust and it remains to be seen as to whether she can turn this around. the headlines on bbc news... shoreham air crash pilot andy hill has been found not guilty of 11 counts of manslaughter through gross negligence. relatives of ten people killed in west belfast during the troubles call for the northern ireland secretary's resignation after her controversial remarks about the shootings. theresa may will urge eu leaders to give ground on brexit when she delivers a speech in grimsby shortly. we can take a look at the ceiling
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grimsby. where the prime minister will come out within the next ten minutes delivering a speech partly to people in the run but negotiators in brussels pleading with them to do something that is in the interests of the european union as well as in the interests of the uk and she will say just as mps face the interests of the uk and she will sayjust as mps face a big choice next week, the eu has to make a choice. she is talking there, the big choice mps will make is on the 12th, on tuesday. mps will vote in the commons on the withdrawal agreement and it will be a decisive vote and on the back of that, decisions will have to be made if it does not go through. factory bosses, dignitaries, security gathering in the room, expecting the prime minister shortly and we will go back
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there. right now, sport. 0le gunnar solksjaer has confirmed his contract with molde has ended — he was previously the manager of the norwegian side before being put in in caretaker charge at manchester united in december. he's now favourite to be given thejob full—time, after united made it through to the quarterfinals of the champions league, against the odds, on wednesday evening. solskjaer, though, has been playing down reports that the job is "certainly" his. i'm not here to get excited, i'm here to do myjob, and of course that contract issue there — you cannot have two contracts when you are a manager, so that contract was terminated. i am contracted at man united until the end ofjune. i love working here, and, as i have said so many times, i'm just doing the best i can every single day, and if and when —
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if it comes to a decision to be made we'll have to think about that. steve smith and david warner have been left out of australia's squad for the one—day series against pakistan this month. the pair are eligible for the final two matches of the series because their year—long ban for ball—tampering against south africa ends at the end of this month. it means their return to the international stage could now come against england in a world cup warm—up game in may. britain's alex yee has finished second in his first world triathlon series event. yee, who trains with alistair and jonny brownlee in leeds, earned his first itu triathlon world cup win in cape town in february. he and world champion mario mola pulled away early on in the 5km run in abu dhabi, but the spaniard kicked clear with about 600 metres to go. meanwhile world champion vicky holland has begun the defence of her title in the elite women's race...
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these are the live pictures from abu dhabi — holland is one of five british women in action right now. jess learmonth was in the lead up the swim but the transition now on the swim but the transition now on the bikes. at the last update the world champion was down in 2a to so work to do for vicky holland. you can follow all the action on the bbc red button and on the bbc sport website and app. that's all the sport for now. you can find more on all those stories on the bbc sport website. thanks. the government is to give diplomatic protection to a british—iranian woman, nazanin zaghari—ratcliffe, who is serving a five—yearjail sentence for spying in iran. the foreign secretary, jeremy hunt,
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said it wasn't a magic wand but would send a message to tehran that ms zaghari—ratcliffe was clearly innocent. let's take a look back at some of the key moments over the last three years... nazanin zaghari—ratcliffe was arrested at an iranian airport on the third april 2016, while travelling back to the uk with her young daughter. she was accused of plotting against the iranian government and in september 2016 she was sentenced to 5 years in prison. she maintained her innocence, but despite a number of appeals — in april 2017, iran's supreme court upheld her sentence — giving her no more legal options to overturn her conviction. and in october that year came the news she could face two further charges — extending her sentence. in august last year, nazanin zaghari—ratcliffe was granted three days' release in order to spend time with her daughter, who has been living with family in iran. at the start of the year, mrs zaghari—ratcliffe's husband
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announced that his wife had begun a hunger strike in protest over being denied specialist medical care in hospital. and last night it was announced that the foreign secretaryjeremy hunt has granted her diplomatic protection by britain. the foreign secretary jeremy hunt explained why he has taken this step. this is not a magic wand, but it does create a different legal and political context, and it sends a very strong signal to the iranian government. that look, you are a great civilisation. you may have your disagreements with the uk, but at the heart of this is an innocent woman with a four—year—old daughter, who is very vulnerable, very scared and not well. and the right thing to do is to let her go and not to use individuals as pawns of diplomatic leverage. we have exhausted every other avenue. i have been to iran, i have met the foreign minister, i have met the foreign minister, i have spoken to him on the phone. i
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have spoken to him on the phone. i have asked them to recognise the human side of this dispute. but they have not done that. and so we have taken this action. we think it is the first time diplomatic protection has been exercised for an individual in over 100 years and for that reason, we think it sends a very strong signal that there is a human being here we all need to think about this. it is notjust about being here we all need to think about this. it is not just about the diplomatic arguments there may be between the uk and iran, there is a family here and they need to be reunited. speaking to the victoria derbyshire programme this morning nazanin zaghari—ratcliffe's husband richard said he welcomed the move by the british government. we wanted the government to do this to make a clear signal that this needs to be sorted. and obviously what we want iran to do is to release nazanin and bring her home. we discussed yesterday, with the foreign office, what we thought might happen. i think, when the foreign secretary has summoned the
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iranian ambassador back injanuary, their reaction was hostile, initially. there were sort of statements to say, listen, she's an iranian citizen, you have no right and various other things. we were kind of expecting we will see what happens next from the iranians site. happens next from the iranians side. the iranian ambassador did tweet overnight to say listen, she is an iranian citizen, the uk has no right under international law, which is not technically true, but i was expecting there would be pushback. so, hopefully, there will be some rhetorical pushback but then an attempt to try to solve this. america's unmanned space x capsule has undocked from the international space station, and is on its way back to earth. if its re—entry is successful, the capsule could be used to carry people later this year. 0ur science correspondent pallab ghosh has more. the dragon space capsule separates from the international space station and heads back to earth for the riskiest part of its test flight — re—entry. it has a heat shield to protect it from high temperatures.
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retro rockets and four parachutes will have to slow dragon down before it splashes down into the atlantic. it has been eight long years. that the country who won the space race has been grounded. the shuttle was withdrawn from service because it was unsafe. if all goes well in the next few hours, the dragon space capsule will take astronauts into space later this year. that is coming up because we expect the splashdown at 1a5, uk time so a lot of coverage on that coming up and this is the ceiling grimsby where we expect the prime minister in the next few minutes. we can pause for a moment to catch up with some weather. here is sarah. we had sunshine for many this morning, but those guys have been clouding over from the west and there has been outbreaks of rain so
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things going downhill but the rest of the afternoon, we have a lot of cloud, rain stretching from the south west through wales, northern england and scotland. falling as snow over higher ground. still some sunshine in east anglia and the southeast this afternoon and a return to sunny skies in northern ireland. temperature 7—12. a little bit cool for the time of year. breezy and cloudy into the evening. the cloud and rain moves east and we have dry weather in much of the uk tonight but more rain, hill snow particularly in northern ireland, north—west england and northern scotland, as well. temperature is around 2—7 and a touch of frost in the north. tomorrow, a day of sunshine and showers a shower should clear from northern england, sunshine and showers a shower should clearfrom northern england, but most of the hill snow showers will stick around across scotland, drier and brighter in the south. 7—1a.
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