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this is bbc news — hello, you‘re watching hello, you‘re watching afternoon live. this is bbc news, our latest today at 5pm — the pilot our latest headlines. afternoon live. i‘m simon mccoy. headlines. not guilty of manslaughter: today at 4: in a landmark ruling, whose plane crashed hello, you're watching andrew hill, the pilot i‘m simon mccoy. afternoon live. whose plane crashed a mother is jailed for 11 years at the shoreham airshow, after becoming the first person at the shoreham airshow killing i'm simon mccoy. killing eleven people, has this in britain to be convicted 11 people is found not today at 3: not guilty of manslaughter: of female genital mutilation. today at 2: not guilty of manslaughter: andrew hill, the pilot whose plane not guilty of manslaughter: guilty of manslaughter andrew hill, the pilot whose plane andrew hill — the pilot not guilty of manslaughter: crashed at the shoreham airshow crashed at the shoreham airshow whose plane crashed andrew hill, the pilot whose plane message for victims‘ families. killing 11 people, has this message at the shoreham airshow as andrew hill‘s hawker hunterjet crashed at the shoreham airshow, killing 11 people, has this message for victims‘ families. killing eleven people — exploded in a fireball for victims‘ families. has this message for after his attempt at a loop manoevre killing 11 people, has this message victims‘ families. for victims‘ families. i am truly sorry for the part went disastrously wrong — outside i am truly sorry for the part i am truly sorry for the part i played in their deaths. the court he issued this apology. i played in their deaths. i am truly sorry for the part i played in their deaths. and it is they that i will remember and it is they that i will remember and it is they that i will remember i played in their deaths. for the rest of my life. and it is they that i will remember for the rest of my life. relatives weep in court i am truly sorry for the part i am truly sorry for the part relatives weep in court for the rest of my life. for the rest of my life. as the verdict is returned — as the verdict is returned — i played in their death i played in their deaths. they say they still want answers. relatives weep in court they say they still want answers. and it is they that i will remember as the verdict is returned — relatives weep in court, and it is a day i will remember they say they still want answers. as the verdict is returned — it has been a long and complex trial for the rest of my life. for the rest of my life. relatives weep in court they say they still want answers. and we feel that the success of thank you. as the verdict is returned. mr hill‘s defence of cognitive relatives of those there is something that could have they say they still want answers. it has been a long and complex trial it has been a long and complex trial impairment is a worrying precedent who died wept in court that could have as the verdict was returned — and we feel that the success of mr and we feel that the success of they say they still want answers. there is something that could have been avoided, which seems quite mr hill‘s defence of cognitive far—reaching consequences. it has been a long and complex trial hill has meant defence of cognitive impairment is a worrying precedent been avoided, which seems quite that could have theresa may appeals and we feel that the success of mr impairment isa hill has meant defence of cognitive to eu leaders for help obvious, but it could have been impairment is a worrying precedent that could have far—reaching in getting her brexit deal hill‘s defence of cognitive it has been a long and complex trial far—reaching consequences. avoided. it hasjust impairment is a worrying precedent consequences. “— theresa may appeals through parliament — and could have obvious, but it could have been avoided. it has just caused so much and could have a long and to eu leaders for help destruction so so many people. that could have far—reaching consequences. —— this‘s defence. far—reaching consequences. in getting her brexit deal through parliament, far—reaching consequences. one more push — theresa may but warns of a "moment reject it and no one appeals to eu leaders theresa may appeals of crisis" if mps reject it. we‘ll have the latest to eu leaders for help in getting her brexit deal theresa may appeals knows what will happen. for help in getting her brexit through parliament — to eu leaders for help reject it and no one from the old bailey. deal through parliament, but warns of a "moment in getting her brexit deal knows what will happen. we may not leave the eu for many but warns of a "moment through parliament — months, we may leave of crisis" if mps reject it. but warns of a "moment we may not leave the eu for many without the protections of the deal, reject it and no one months, we may leave of crisis" if mps reject it. knows what will happen. of crisis" if mps reject it. without the protections of the deal, we may not leave the eu for many reject it and no one knows what will happen. reject it and no one knows what will months, we may leave without we may not leave the eu for many we may never leave at all. the protections of the deal, we may never leave at all. happen. we may not leave the eu for months, we may leave
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without the protections of the deal, we may never leave at all. many months, we may leave without splashdown! a successful splashdown cheers as america‘s new astronaut splashdown! the protections of the deal, we may as america‘s new astronaut we may never leave at all. capsule dragon lands in the ocean cheers as america‘s new astronaut capsule lands in the ocean after a successful mission capsule dragon lands in the ocean after a successful mission never leave at all. after a successful mission splashdown! cheers as america‘s new astronaut to the international space station. capsule dragon lands in the ocean to the international space station. after a successful mission to the international space station. to the international space station. splashdown — cheers as america's new astronaut capsule — called dragon — lands in the ocean and back to earth with something of and we have all the sport. yes, after a successful mission a bum. we have all the sport. to the international space station. coming up on afternoon it is still pretty exciting. after jurgen klopp tells liverpool fans to four times olympic champion mo farah live, all the sport. the drama of the champ easily, it is get a good night‘s leap ahead of has hinted that he may return to track racing. yes, good afternoon. jurgen klopp some breaking news, we arejust back to the premier league title and sunday because he will need them in farah called time on his track career in 2017 — tells liverpool fans to get a good hearing, this is coming from a tweet jurgen klopp has said he needs the top form to create an atmosphere, as and decided to focus instead night sleep because he is going to liverpool fans on top form as they on the marathon. meet them on top form this weekend. but today he has said from the lawyer representing shamima the race for the premier league he is tempted to return, prepare to chase down manchester title returns. at this year‘s world championships the premier league title race begum, the teenager who fled the uk city. and we have the weather in doha, or at the olympics and we will have the weekend weather in tokyo next year. returns. tojoin the and sarah keith—lucas begum, the teenager who fled the uk to join the islamic state in syria, forecast. yes, the day started off forecast. has the weather. we have got a lot of rain around who is suggesting that the baby son we did have a little blue sky out dry and bright for many others. he was born as she was trying to today. the weekend is a mix. i think it‘s possible, if i‘m in there today but for many of us, it things have been going downhill with great shape. if my body can hold isa negotiate a journey back to the uk, there today but for many of us, it is a wet afternoon. things are the sun may have died. may have outbreaks of rain pushing eastwards. sunshine, blustery showers, not very well and i‘m capable of getting a looking unsettled through the also looking unsettled through the warm but i will have a full updating weekend. a real mix of sunshine and course of the weekend. i will have around half an hour. medalfrom a well and i‘m capable of getting a medal from a country, well and i‘m capable of getting a medalfrom a country, why well and i‘m capable of getting a medal from a country, why not? well and i‘m capable of getting a medalfrom a country, why not? i died. he‘s tweeted that we have all the details and about also coming up — meghan marks watch my fellow athletes compete and scattered showers. i will bring you international women 5 day. all the details throughout the half—an—hour. the duchess of sussex tells strong but as yet unconfirmed an audience in central london doing so well, so it‘s more like, afternoon. thanks, sarah. it was impossible for her to "sit thanks, sarah. also coming up: oh, wow, can i do it? the premier
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also coming up: reports... a celebration — back and not do something" a celebration — about women 5 rights. but a moment to reflect on the work but a moment to reflect on the work still to do on equality — the world still to do on equality — the world that the information we have so far. looking at my role, i am very 0bviously that the information we have so far. obviously we are looking into trying to confirm that. but the lawyer, who privileged to happen when a crow marks international women‘s day. league have announced allegedly marks international women's day. investigating manchester city for has, it just just a few days ago was saying the privileged to happen when a crow has, itjust expands that platform breaking fair play rules, they to be able to go to 53 commonwealth rules, they say they are looking baby had been born healthy, is now countries and to this level of work suggesting the baby may have died. all across the globe. into several a light violations. we will have more on that as we get manchester city say they are hello, everyone — entirely false and manager pep it. guardiola said the situation will sport now on afternoon live this is afternoon live. not affect his legacy there. the pilot whose plane crashed the pilot whose plane crashed at shoreham airshow, with katherine and we‘ve had some at shoreham airshow, killing eleven people, killing eleven people, has been cleared of manslaughter amazing champions league results has been cleared of manslaughter by gross negligence. by gross negligence. this week, can the premier andrew hill had been attempting a loop manouevre andrew hill had been league follow that? when his hawker hunterjet exploded hello, everyone. hopefully they can solve it as soon attempting a loop manouevre into a fireball four years ago. this is afternoon live. when his hawker hunterjet exploded i‘m simon mccoy. into a fireball four years ago. the prosecution claimed he had a cavalier attitude to safety as possible for this environment. the prosecution claimed he had and was flying his plane too low — a cavalier attitude to safety the pilot whose plane crashed are you concerned that all that your and was flying his plane too low, but the jury unanimously at shoreham airshow, acquitted him. killing 11 people, has been but the jury unanimously you‘ve got a klopp clip? relatives of the victims wept in cleared of manslaughter legacy at this football cloud will acquitted him. by gross negligence. relatives of the victims wept in you've got a klopp clip? of course we have! a very cute klopp clip! andrew hill had been be tainted by the allegations and attempting a loop manouevre when his hawker hunterjet exploded court as the verdicts were returned. into a fireball four years ago. court as the verdicts were returned. he is appealing to fans, liverpool the prosecution claimed he had whatever uefa decide to do? no, a cavalier attitude to safety absolutely not. and was flying his plane too lo,— but the jury unanimously went out behind manchester city last 0ur correspondent sarah campbell has the latest, acquitted him. weekend, they play watford tomorrow, from the old bailey. relatives of the victims wept in chelsea say they‘re "astonished" that their request liverpool play burnley on sunday. court as the verdicts were returned. to freeze a ban on signing new players has been and the kick—off is at 12 noon, an our correspondent sarah campbell turned down by fifa. our correspondent, sarah campbell, andrew hill was a former fastjet the ban was punishment for chelsea‘s allegedly illegal signing pilot with the raf and then spent of foreign under 18 players — is at the old bailey. early kick—off. and he is saying, the best part of 20 years as a is at the old bailey. but the club was hoping it
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would be frozen while they andrew hill was a former fastjet that, if you‘re a fan we will need appealed against it. captain with british airways. in our sports news correspondent pilot with the raf and a captain you on top form so don‘t have a late court, fellow pilots described him richard conway has more details. night on saturday. this is what he as calm under pressure, never with british airways. in court, had to say. “ more on —— more on that in the next hour but fellow pilots described him as calm reckless, and someone with whom i for now back to you, simon. would trust my life and yet on the andrew was a former fastjet pilot under pressure and never reckless with the raf and a captain with and someone with whom i would trust i hope for our people, that'll be my life, and yet on the 22nd of 22nd of august 2015, the plane he british airways. in court, fellow august 2015, the plane he was flying very important, they need, they need was flying crashed, killing 11 men, pilots described him as calm under almost all of them instantaneously. now an afternoon line, let‘s go atmosphere at 12 o'clock. and if you pressure, never reckless, and crashed, killing 11 men, almost all he has no memory of what happened someone pressure, never reckless, and someone with whom i would trust my nationwide in our daily visit to the life and yet, on the 22nd of august of them instantaneously. he has no have a ticket for the stadium, go to either before or during the crash newsrooms around the country. and he did not dispute that he had memory of what happened, either let‘s go to gareth gordon in belfast before or during the crash and did bed at ten o'clock! laughter 2015, the plane he was flying made catastrophic errors while he to tell us about how northern don't drink and... yes. crashed, killing 11 men on the ireland secretary karen bradley‘s not dispute he had made catastrophic was flying. but his defence was that errors while flying. but his defence latest gaff has been received. ground almost instantly and injuring his flying ability had been affected many, ground almost instantly and injuring any ground almost instantly and injuring and alex lovell is in was that his flying ability had been many, many more. he said he had no bristol to tell us he really is trying to manage every in some way, probably by the effects about a 71—year—old man who went memory of what happened before or into cardiac arrest at a pub affected in some way, probably by eventuality! not just taking ofg he really is trying to manage every in some way, probably by the effects of g forces he was experiencing at in cheltenham and has now been eventuality! notjust taking care of players on the pitch but fans in the the time. during the crash. he did not dispute reunited with the fellow customers the effects of g forces he was experiencing at the time. stands as well. but what can you do? that he made errors in the way he who saved his life. flew. but his defence was that his it was the worst airshow we will talk now, i think... do you it was the worst airshow crash since the 19505. flying ability had somehow been bleep. know, i‘ve had one of those moments crash since the 19505. affected, probably by the effects of where i have no idea what i‘m about so, gareth, first, karen bradley, bleep. g forces he was experiencing at the northern irish secretary, speaks in to ask you. i‘m going to ask you why the jury heard weeks of technical the house of commons and having to evidence about flying, time, that he had been mentally the jury heard weeks of technical before clearing andrew hill. apologise within 24 hours, how‘s it evidence about flying, people are still asking whether 0le affected by them. the term used in before clearing andrew hill. going down? you‘ll like not well at gunnar solskjaer is going to get the the 11 men who died court was cognitively impaired. manchester united, i would have all. she‘s endured were all on the busy a27. the 11 men who died thought it‘s the easiest question in going down? you‘ll like not well at all. she's endured another difficult day at the end of a very difficult the world of football anywhere? some had come to watch the flying, it was the worst airshow
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were all on the busy a27. crash since the 19505. week. every so she made those others were just passing by. bleep. they included a veteran chauffeur, the jury heard weeks of technical remarks in the house of commons, some had come to watch the flying, according to pretty much every evidence about flying, others were just passing by. newspaper this morning, they are all extraordinary remarks, that none of friends out cycling, before clearing andrew hill. they included a veteran chauffeur, saying he‘s got the job, it‘s done the 11 men who died the killings, but 10% of the deaths friends out cycling, were all on the busy a27. workmates heading home. workmates heading home. some had come to watch the flying, and dusted, the contract has been daniele polito died not knowing that he would become others were just passing by. during the troubles, none of the sorted out with molde, his former a father for a second time. they included a veteran chauffeur, killings carried out by the security daniele polito died not knowing friends out cycling, that he would become clu b sorted out with molde, his former club in norway, you remember 0le workmates heading home. a father for a second time. gunnar solskjaer was manager there daniele polito died not knowing forces were crimes. immediately it he has two little boys that he would become that he will never see grow a father for a second time. was an obvious misstep. remember she was an obvious misstep. remember she was speaking a week before we are he has two little boys before being put in as caretaker up and they will never that he will never see grow have their daddy. expecting an announcement as to up and they will never manager at manchester united in it is just so cruel. whether some soldiers involved in a december. he is now the favourite to have their daddy. bloody sunday in derry in 1972 are it is just so cruel. be givenjob full—time to be charged. —— in bloody sunday. december. he is now the favourite to be given job full—time after they made it through to the quarterfinals there‘s something that could have been avoided, he has two little boys of the champions league, is we‘ve which seems quite obvious, there's something that that it could have been avoided. that he will never see grow could have been avoided, been talking about a week, against it has just caused so much she came back and clarified, and which seems quite obvious, the odds on wednesday evening. but up and they will never that it could have been avoided. yesterday issued an apology and said it has just caused so much today solskjaer has been talking to destruction to so many people. have their daddy. the press ahead of manchester she was profoundly sorry. and she destruction to so many people. jacob schilt and his friend it is just so cruel. united‘s match this weekend i‘m matthew grimstone had been there‘s something that came back to northern ireland, this playing down reports that the job is on their way to play jacob schilt and his friend for their football could have been avoided, was not planned, and did a series of matthew grimstone had been certainly his. team, worthing united. which seems quite obvious, on their way to play jacob‘s parents were heading for their football to the game, too, when there team, worthing united. was a call from a team—mate. that it could have been avoided. very difficult interviews, some i'm not here to get excited, excruciating, and apologise over and jacob's parents were heading he said "there‘s been it has just caused so much over again. today she has been doing to the game, too, when there i'm here to do myjob, a terrible accident — was a call from a team—mate. and of course that contract issue a plane has come down on cars a round of meetings, relatives, there — you cannot have two on the a27 and we think thatjacob destruction to so many people. he said "there's been contracts when you are a manager, and matt might be in it." groups, all there is very difficult a terrible accident — a plane has come down on cars so that contract was terminated. but she apologise face—to—face with i am contracted at man united jacob schilt and his friend on the a27 and we think thatjacob until the end of june. from the beginning, matthew grimstone had been people who are extremely angry with you thought "this is absurd, on their way to play and matt might be in it." i love working here, my son has been killed by a jet for their football what she said. one of those people fighter at a display team, worthing united. and as i have said so many times i'm isjust absurd." jacob‘s parents were heading isa what she said. one of those people is a woman whose brother was killed from the beginning, to the game, too, when there you thought "this is absurd, was a call from a team—mate.
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my son has been killed by a jet just doing the best i can every by the army in 1980, this is what fighter at a display she said after that meeting. their isjust absurd." single day, and if and when — andrew hill, ex—raf, if it comes to a decision to be made a british airways captain, murders were not conducted or andrew hill, ex—raf, has always accepted his flying that he said "there‘s been carried out in an appropriate manner a british airways captain, a terrible accident — has always accepted his flying that a plane has come down on cars nor were they dignified. they were day was poor. we'll have to think about that. on the a27 and we think thatjacob his cockpit ended up in a field, day was poor. murderers. and they should be he was badly injured and crucially, and matt might be in it." from the beginning, he had no memory of the flight. you thought "this is absurd, investigated as such. and the he is probably thought about it my son has been killed by a jet secretary of state for northern already, though. fighter at a display ireland, karen bradley, has a duty steve smith and david warner have isjust absurd." been left out of australia‘s i am truly sorry for the part to ensure that those investigations i played in their deaths. ta ke to ensure that those investigations take place. so what if amazon is squad for the one—day series and it is they that i will remember andrew hill, ex—raf, against pakistan this month. a british airways captain, burning told her is that we have no has always accepted his flying that confidence in her. —— what the the pair are eligible for the final day was poor. two matches of the series i am truly sorry for the part for the rest of my life. because their year—long ban for ball—tampering i played in their deaths. families this morning told her. we i am truly sorry for the part against south africa ends and it is they that i will remember believe her position is untenable at the end of this month. i played in their deaths. it means their return for the rest of my life. and we've asked her to resign. and it is they that i will remember to the international stage could now his cockpit ended up in a field, his cockpit ended up in a field, for the rest of my life. come against england in a world cup that‘s pretty unequivocal. can she his cockpit ended up in a field, he was badly injured and crucially, survive as secretary of state? there warm—up game in may. he had no memory of the flight. he was badly injured and crucially, he was badly injured and crucially, britain‘s alex yee has no memory of being hundreds of feet he had no memory of the flight. finished second in his first isa survive as secretary of state? there is a feeling that if this had no memory of being hundreds of feet world triathlon series event. too low during the fatal loop. he had no memory of the flight. happened at any other time and in he said he must have been physically too low during the fatal loop. affected by something. no memory of being hundreds of feet he said he must have been physically yee, who trains with alistair too low during the fatal loop. any other ministry, the n10 is this is the home of affected by something. and jonny brownlee in leeds, the british aerobatic academy. he said he must have been physically this is the home of pulled away with world champion in the back seat, instructor probably not of major importance at the british aerobatic academy. adrian willis teaches pilots in the back seat, instructor mario mola early on in the 5 from all over the world. affected by something. adrian willis teaches pilots kilometre run in abu dhabi, the british government, this had one thing they learn — from all over the world. but the spaniard kicked clear how to cope with g—force, happened at any other moment she one thing they learn — with about 600 metres to go. the extra force on the body this is the home of how to cope with g—force, in tight turns. the british aerobatic academy. would be packing her bags. but the extra force on the body adrian asks me to recite a nursery in the back seat, instructor across the water where you are, when adrian willis teache5 pilots in tight turns. these guys are my idols and i look rhyme while pushing us through 6g — from all over the world. we think of northern ireland, we adrian asks me to recite a nursery rhyme while pushing us through 6g — up to a lot of them. that‘s six times the earth‘s think of the backstop and exit, that gravitational pull. one thing they learn —
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that's six times the earth's i have watched them since i was a kid, almost, humpty dumpty had a great fall. how to cope with g—force, and it's great tojust even be able humpty... the extra force on the body gravitational pull. dumpty... in tight turns. will be massive next week. —— at the to race on the same level adrian asks me to recite a nursery and be in a competitive humpty dumpty had a great fall. all the king‘s horses, rhyme while pushing us through 6g — backstop and brexit. karen bradley situation with them. is one of the prime minister‘s humpty... all the king‘s men couldn‘t put... that‘5 six times the earth‘s dumpty... britain‘sjess learmonth came all the king's horses, he slurs his words. closest friends and she needs her at third in the women‘s elite race, ..humpty together again. the cabinet table, that says there which was won by the gravitational pull. all the king's men couldn't put... american katie zaferes. he slurs his words. non stanford was 5th humpty dumpty had a great fall. while reigning world champion i am briefly unconscious, humpty... would but may save karen bradley. vicky holland finished 8th because the blood and oxygen have been pulled from my head. but fighter pilots have special last year she made an extraordinary ..humpty together again. and georgia taylor—brown was 9th. equipment and training admission that before she got the i am briefly unconscious, to deal with this. dumpty... job she did not appreciate the because the blood and oxygen have all the king‘s horses, been pulled from my head. vintage aircraft are incredibly all the king‘s men couldn‘t put... four british women in the top ten. popular at air shows and can attract nationalists in northern ireland did but fighter pilots have special young people to careers in aviation. he slurs his words. equipment and training the former world number ..humpty together again. to deal with this. they keep history alive. not vote across for unionists and one venus williams beat vintage aircraft are incredibly germany‘s andrea petkovic to reach unionists did not vote across the popular at air shows and can attract the second round at indian wells. ticket for nationalists. and that young people to careers in aviation. i am briefly uncon5ciou5, they keep history alive. playing just her seventh match caused astonishment at how anybody because the blood has been of the year, williams getting thejob tookjust under two hours, but these planes are not pulled from my head. caused astonishment at how anybody getting the job could not understand that. but she says she‘s got a flown by the raf. but these planes are not to advance in three sets. they are operated by companies but fighter pilots have special flown by the raf. williams‘ sister, serena, and charities, and shoreham has equipment and training laser—like focus on the strong they are operated by companies received a first—round bye, and will play victoria azarenka to deal with this. government at stormont. there‘s not overnigh tonight — raised big questions about safety. and charities, and shoreham has and britain‘s dan evans this air—display team currently cannot fly aerobatics much sign of that at the moment. —— and johanna konta both in airshows overland. vintage aircraft are incredibly raised big questions about safety. play later today. popular at air shows and can attract and after years of concentrating young people to careers in aviation. on protecting the safety restoring government. but if there this air—display team currently of crowds at an airshow, they keep history alive. is not other pressure on her she cannot fly aerobatics the timing means it will be about now regulators are looking at risks but these planes are not in airshows overland. could probably write this off given to people in surrounding areas. flown by the raf. the next week all the attention will 9pm, i think, be back in brexit. thank you. and after years of concentrating at the end of the day, they are operated by companies on protecting the safety the timing means it will be about 9pm, ithink, before the timing means it will be about and charities, and shoreham has 9pm, i think, before they get on rai5ed big questions about safety. of crowds at an airshow, court, and serena williams and now regulators are looking at risks victoria azarenka will be at 2am! we have to be hugely sympathetic thi5 air—display team currently
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to people in surrounding areas. cannot fly aerobatics 0ne victoria azarenka will be at 2am! one for sports fans. goodbye. in airshows overland. at the end of the day, to what happened and due process and after years of concentrating so alex, tell us what has happened we have to be hugely sympathetic needs to take place and we expect with two friends whose quick thinking last week helped to what happened and due process that regulations will change, on protecting the safety needs to take place and we expect to save someone 5 life? and it is our duty, as trustees, that regulations will change, of crowds at an airshow, and it is our duty, as trustees, custodians of these aircraft, america‘s new commercial astronaut to work within regulations put now regulators are looking at ri5ks it's it‘s a really sweet, feel—good custodians of these aircraft, capsule has safely landed before us and continue as best to people in surrounding areas. friday story. the 71—year—old, his to work within regulations put in the atlantic ocean, before us and continue as best completing it‘s test mission. we can to display these heritage we can to display these heritage the spacex dragon has spent the past assets to the public. name is alan, was out with dinner week in space docked assets to the public. with the international space when his wife —— with his wife, station. this mission was uncrewed — at the end of the day, having a lovely pie as he tells us. but the plan is to use the carrier and the families bereaved we have to be hugely sympathetic and the families bereaved by this tragedy plan by this tragedy plan to send the first astronauts to keep the pressure on. to what happened and due process to keep the pressure on. into space later this year. needs to take place and we expect he went into cardiac arrest. luckily let‘s now speak to they will play a major two customers lea pt dr david whitehouse, that regulations will change, he went into cardiac arrest. luckily two customers leapt into action and a fellow of the royal part in the forthcoming and it is our duty, as trustees, they will play a major astronomical society. inquests into the 11 deaths. part in the forthcoming tom symonds, bbc news. custodians of these aircraft, inquests into the 11 deaths. you could almost sense the relief in to work within regulations put tom symonds, bbc news. before us and continue as best performed cpr. he was not in a good we can to display these heritage way, as they say. the two women are the cheers as it hit splash down, assets to the public. because there were some concerns actually physios who are in the and the families bereaved right place at the right time to about this, weren‘t they? by this tragedy plan to keep the pressure on. stop it was actually only chance they will play a major because there were some concerns about this, weren't they? yes, the some of the family members of those part in the forthcoming they went to the pub at that night, splashdown was the highlight of the well, some of the family members of who died, many of whom have been inquests into the 11 deaths. mission. there we understand very tom symonds, bbc news. they went to the pub at that night, they just suddenly thought, let‘s well what a spacecraft goes through go. let‘s hear from they just suddenly thought, let‘s those who have died, many of whom here everyday of this trial, were when it re—enters the earth‘s go. let‘s hearfrom them. have been here every day of this visibly upset when the not guilty they just suddenly thought, let‘s go. let's hear from them. he wasn't breathing, he didn't have a pulse of atmosphere, this was the time when eight week long trial, were visibly the cancer was under the most the thing that i remember is his upset when the not guilty verdicts verdicts were returned. the parents stress, heat shield is heated to we re upset when the not guilty verdicts were returned. the parents of of matthew greenstone, who was 23 eyes we re the thing that i remember is his eyes were gone. i knew it was a and on his way to play for a local matthew greenstone, he was 23 and on football tea m pretty severe situation we were in 1600 centigrade, and the parishes and on his way to play for a local and some of those family members who
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his way to play for a local football football team released a statement and we needed to act very quickly. have to work. —— the capsule was saying they are devastated with the have been in court throughout this so we were split so that one person team, released a statement saying under most stress. you never see verdict. there seems nojustice was looking after the hour, one they are devastated with the long and difficult trial were those parachutes deployed in the saying they are devastated with the verdict. there seems no justice for all 11 men who died in such tragic visibly upset when those not guilty person was doing chest compression. verdict. there seems nojustice capsule coming down, this was a how lucky was that? only a week on circumstances. they also say, why they are devastated with the verdicts were returned. oliver verdict. there seems no justice for the 11 men who died. they also say, finale to a very successful mission are we allowing any form of morris, the nephew of one of the they all met up for a rather more aerobatics to be formed when there why are we allowing any form of indeed. there are those of us for a victims, marc reeves, gave this relaxed evening at the pub. it seems is now doubt concerning any pilot‘s that three of them are really keen aerobatics to be formed when macro certain age, this was, we all reaction on behalf of his family. to remain friends as well. it was remember the apollo missions, the ability to avoid being cognitively in light of today‘s verdict quite an incredible experience they‘ve gone through. and they capsule coming down in the sea. that i would like to say a few words performed when there are doubts over impaired from the normal g forces on behalf of my family was followed by the space shuttle. and express our complete devastation really welcome the idea of more and yet this technology that we are at the most surprising and give a pilot's ability? understandably, people being taught to cpr because experienced during a display? to verdict delivered today. you never know when you might need understandably, the families still my uncle, mark reeves, watching today is far advanced, have many questions, some of which was one of 11 men killed in the 22nd of august 2015. the families still have many isn‘t it? watching today is far advanced, isn't it? yes, coming down in the may be raised again when the inquest it has been a long and complex sea trial, and we feel that the success it. understandably it was quite questions, some of which may be isn't it? yes, coming down in the sea makes a great deal of sense. the emotionalfor allen. into their loved ones‘ deaths are of mr hill‘s defence of cognitive raised again when the inquests are spaced one of the reasons it was so due to start later this year. impairment is a worrying precedent and could have it. understandably it was quite emotional for allen. it's hard to far—reaching consequences. comprehend the fact that i own my due to start later this year. expensive and one of the reasons it we would like to take this mark reeves, aged 53, opportunity, as well, life, or the rest of my life, to two was eventually discontinued was was killed in the shoreham crash. to thank the cps prosecution team because it flew into space in one and the police liaison officers theresa may has warned mps after the verdict, his nephew girls who are my heroes for the rest piece and came down on a runway. oliver morris issued who have been unwavering and the eu that they must ‘act now‘ the following statement. in their support and professionalism of my life. i just if they want to secure in light of today‘s verdict for all the families at this a brexit deal. girls who are my heroes for the rest of my life. ijust can‘t say in a speech in grimsby this very convenient but very expensive. i would like to say a few words girls who are my heroes for the rest of my life. i just can‘t say thank you enough. there‘s nothing i can this is, as you said, the same lunchtime, she said mps would face on behalf of my family a ‘moment of crisis‘ technology as was used during the and express our complete devastation most difficult time. say, how do you think somebody for if they reject her deal next week. at the most surprising and give apollo missions 50 years ago. but to verdict delivered today. if they do, they then expect my uncle, mark reeves, that? just lovely, isn't it? and of to vote on whether to leave ca psules apollo missions 50 years ago. but capsules these days are better was one of 11 men killed the eu with no deal, design, we have got computer design, in the 22nd of august 2015. or delay britain‘s departure. it has been a long and complex course you can brush up on your here‘s our political trial, and we feel that the success skills. just type into a search better materials, better computer control. so this was the sensible well, the parents of another of the
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of mr hill‘s defence of cognitive engine, how to do cpr and a video way to do it for a capsule of this impairment is a worrying correspondent, nick eardley. precedent and could have victims, matthew grimstone, he was p°p5 up size. of course, they will want to engine, how to do cpr and a video p°ps up by engine, how to do cpr and a video pops up by stjohn ambulance, and you can maybe brush up on it if get the capsule on board and get all one of two footballers on their way far—reaching consequences. you‘re not actually going to do a grimsby in north east lincolnshire. voters here backed brexit by more the equipment from it that monitor toa one of two footballers on their way course. it‘s a good idea, isn‘t it? than 2:1 in the referendum. to a game. his parents released a two and a half years on, though, the equipment from it that monitor the re—entry and work out what the we would like to take this statement saying there seems to be opportunity, as well, it is, i remember that next time i‘m it is still not completely clear environment would be for astronauts. to thank the cps prosecution team no justice for but it all seems to have gone very statement saying there seems to be nojustice for our son all statement saying there seems to be no justice for our son all the others who died, why are we allowing in the pub with you! have you done what their decision will mean. and the police liaison officers the prime minister was here today who have been unwavering it? i've not done the course, but i with a message for brussels. smoothly and we can expect to see in their support and professionalism any form of aerobatics to be with talks in deadlock over how for all the families at this wa nt performed when there is now doubt it? i've not done the course, but i want to. i will go to the pub with to ensure no hard border in ireland, two people, shuttle astronauts, the eu needs to agree to some you! your own! and, gareth, is sort of change before later this year. that's incredible most difficult time. concerning any pilot‘s ability to parliament votes on tuesday. avoid becoming cognitively impaired? we are both participants in this process. it is in the european interest in itself given where spacex has theresa may has warned mps come from. where do you see it in, i and the eu that they must act now actually story tonight? you might for the uk to leave with a deal. understandably, the family still know, we have a shocking incident in we are working with them. if they want to secure have many questions, some of which but the decisions that a brexit deal. newry on the border in which three don‘t know, two, five years‘ time? in a speech in grimsby this may be raised again when the the european union makes over what has this opened the door to in lunchtime, she said mps would face people have died. —— the next few days will have a big inquests into the 11 men who died terms of the future of space a moment of crisis if they reject impact on the outcome of the vote. her deal next week. sta rts inquests into the 11 men who died starts later this year. newry on the border in which three if they do, they then expect people have died. -- no. so even so let‘s not hold back. let‘s do what is necessary for mps to vote on whether to leave theresa may has warned mps though this political story is a exploration? at last somebody is the eu with no deal, and the eu that they must act now major store for us it‘s not the lead or delay britain‘s departure. doing something. you could say that here‘s our political if they want to secure to back the deal on tuesday. a brexit deal. story today. thank you. that's correspondent, nick eardley. in a speech in grimsby this spacex doing something. you could say that s pa cex over doing something. you could say that spacex over the last 15 years has lunchtime, she said mps would face there was also a message for mps made nasa looked slow and grimsby in north east lincolnshire. cumbersome. the story since the voters here backed brexit by more a "moment of crisis" who want to deliver brexit, if they reject her deal next week. but haven‘t yet been convinced start of the shuttle has been that than 2:1 in the referendum. if they do, they then expect two and a half years on, though, nationwide. by her plan. nasa had great plans to go beyond to vote on whether to leave it is still not completely clear the eu with no deal, back it, and the uk will leave low earth orbit but has always what their decision will mean. or delay britain‘s departure. here‘s our political the european union. stopped and started with these reject it, and no one the prime minister was here today knows what will happen. plans. at last with spacex now correspondent, nick eardley. we may not leave the eu with a message for brussels. providing a service to go to the with talks in deadlock over how and if you would like to know more
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for many months. to ensure no hard border in ireland, grimsby in north east lincolnshire. about any of these stories you can space station, followed up by a the eu needs to agree to some voters here backed brexit by more sort of change before than 2:1 in the referendum. find them on iplayer. we go we may leave without the protections back—up service provided by boeing two and a half years on, though, that the deal provides. parliament votes on tuesday. we may never leave at all. with their star liner which is a it is still not completely clear nationwide every afternoon at similar type of craft which will what their decision will mean. the prime minister was here today 4:30pm. like ina similar type of craft which will like in a month or two puzzle in we are both participants with a message for brussels. back here at westminster, in this process. with talks in deadlock over how the prime minister still has time, this will enable regular it is in the european interest let‘s get more on the eu proposals a mountain to climb. access to low earth orbit. nasa to ensure no hard border in ireland, for the backstop we heard no 10 admit talks with for the uk to leave with a deal. the eu needs to agree to some about a little earlier. europe have been tough we are working with them. and will continue to be so. seems to be finally getting its act but the decisions that sort of change before with me now is our europe parliament votes on tuesday. together about returning to the the european union makes over correspondent adam fleming. moon. and though elon musk is always the next few days will have a big we had theresa may today basically impact on the outcome of the vote. many are talking about this saying to the eu, help me get this so let‘s not hold back. going right to the wire — let‘s do what is necessary for mps we are both participants it could be monday before we know overoptimistic about going to mars in this process. deal through. and there what, if there has been a breakthrough. to back the deal on tuesday. it is in the european interest and going to deep space, for the uk to leave with a deal. clarifying? what are they doing? and, because of that, several people realistically, i think this really there was also a message for mps here are talking about when, who want to deliver brexit, we are working with them. deal through. and there what, clarifying? what are they doing ?m and when i was a simple word like opens the doorfor but haven‘t yet been convinced but the decisions that and not if, the government loses the european union makes over that that could describe it. we are next week because she has just not getting to the stage where the realistically, i think this really opens the door for actually leaving low earth orbit and going back to the next few days will have a big won over her tory critics. the moon for the first time in 50 by her plan. impact on the outcome of the vote. process is getting so complicated so let‘s not hold back. you need a degree to understand it. yea rs. the moon for the first time in 50 years. and of course without the let‘s do what is necessary for mp5 but i will do my best to try and the withdrawal agreement itself back it, and the uk will leave is so completely flawed that need for russian help, and that‘s a the european union. i could not possibly vote for it, explain. the first thing is why this simply on the grounds it makes huge issue here on earth, isn‘t it? reject it, and no one knows what will happen. to back the deal on tuesday. is happening at all. on tuesday, the as a subjugated vassal state. we may not leave the eu a huge issue. since the shuttles for many months. we may leave without the protections we re that the deal provides. there was also a message for mp5 attorney general and the brexit labour mps will vote a huge issue. since the shuttles were retired in 2011, the americans we may never leave at all. against the deal next have had to rely on the russians for who want to deliver brexit, secretary were here meeting michel week, and jeremy corbyn but haven‘t yet been convinced is dismissive of the pm‘s a trip to and from the space by her plan. back it, and the uk will leave barnier. they had ideas from the uk message to brussels. station. and that is fraught with the european union. reject it, and no one that were rejected by the eu which it sounds more like a sign knows what will happen. of desperation to me. political and technical the vote in parliament should have difficulties. i mean, worried back here at westminster, we may not leave the eu then made its proposals for solving recently about the quality control the prime minister still has for many months. then made its proposals for solving been on december the 11th. a mountain to climb. the problem with the backstop. that she delayed that and then lost no 10 admit talks with we may leave without the protections is what is being made public by of this, what was a very robust and europe have been tough the vote by the biggest—ever margin that the deal provides. michel barnier in tweets and in a
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a government has lost a vote space save craft. —— safe and will continue to be so. we may never leave at all. many are talking about this briefing to eu ambassadors here in on her deal. going right to the wire — brussels this afternoon. one of the ireland‘s pm is not in the mood it could be monday before we know reasons they are making it public is for changing his mind either. spacecraft. so having elon musk, because they just want to make sure he said today europe has if there has been a breakthrough. already made compromises, back here at westminster, and it should be the uk the prime minister still has they understand —— that we offering brussels more. spacex and boeing, both able to and, because of that, several people a mountain to climb. understand and know what they have so the people of grimsby here are talking about when, no 10 admit talks with put on the table. the other is and not if, the government loses europe have been tough and the rest of the country wait, and will continue to be so. to see if the prime minister can deliver astronauts to the space next week because she has just not theresa may‘s speech in grimsby station cuts russia out of the game won over her tory critics. many are talking about this secure any changes, if her brexit going right to the wire — today was seen as firing a starting deal can be salvaged. and there are a lot of people in it could be monday before we know gun on the blame game for his vote america who are glad they don‘t have is this if this all goes wrong on to rely on them. i don't know if you the withdrawal agreement itself can see the pictures we‘re showing is so completely flawed that if there has been a breakthrough. now come alive from the ocean, there i could not possibly vote for it, tuesday or wednesday or the end of simply on the grounds it makes this month? —— who‘s fault is this? is the capital bobbing about, they as a subjugated vassal state. are about to lift it onto the 0ur correspondent linsey smith so the eu are being tactical here is in grimsby, where the prime minister made her speech. recovery ship. that‘s right with labour mps will vote and trying to deflect the blame by capsule. as i say, for those of us against the deal next week, and jeremy corbyn saying, here‘s what we have tabled. ofa is dismissive of the pm‘s capsule. as i say, for those of us of a certain age, this is very message to brussels. so here‘s the context, if you like, it sounds more like a sign of desperation to me. to use a very eu official word what a strongly pro—brexit town. what is reminiscent of those amazing apollo the vote in parliament should have and, because of that, several people been on december the 11th. here are talking about when, the reaction there? well, it has missions. yes, and when the dragon has happened today. thank you, adam. she delayed that and then lost and not if, the government loses the vote by the biggest—ever margin next week because she has just not capsule is crude, of course, there a government has lost a vote won over her tory critics. been welcomed that theresa may has the withdrawal agreement itself will be astronauts coming out of on her deal. is so completely flawed that made an 11th hour appeal to eu i could not possibly vote for it, leaders. you heard how she told them these capsules. —— when it is ireland‘s pm is not in the mood simply on the grounds it makes as a subjugated vassal state. business next but first the in that speech they need to think for changing his mind either. labour mps will vote carefully over the next two days and he said today europe has against the deal next headlines. already made compromises, week, and jeremy corbyn she had fired a shot telling them crewed. so it is amazing to see. the and it should be the uk is dismissive of the pm‘s the pilot whose plane crashed offering brussels more. message to brussels. at the shoreham airshow the eu is a better place if the uk so the people of grimsby it sounds more like a sign killing eleven people — of desperation to me. andrew hill — has been found not leaves with a deal. this area, soyuz capsule lands in siberia, and and the rest of the country wait, guilty of manslaughter. it has to fire a very powerful retro to see if the prime minister can the vote in parliament should have theresa may appeals secure any changes, if her brexit been on december the 11th. to eu leaders for help
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she delayed that and then lost in getting her brexit deal rocket before it lands to cushion deal can be salvaged. through parliament — grimsby, voted overwhelmingly to the blow, those rockets could go the vote by the biggest—ever margin but warns of a "moment a government has lost a vote leave but they need to do so with a wrong, they add an extra degree of on her deal. of crisis" if mps reject it. ireland‘s pm is not in the mood in a landmark ruling a mother is jailed for 11 years deal. the ports are very busy, this complexity. whereas spacex design, for changing his mind either. he said today europe has after becoming the first person is the busiest port in the uk, by already made compromises, in britain to be convicted which is very impressive, very i‘ve been speaking to our reporter and it should be the uk of female genital mutilation. linsey smith, who was in grimsby offering brussels more. update, state—of—the—art, we don‘t so the people of grimsby nature, and jobs rely on these to hear the prime minister need those rockets. if we come down make her speech. and the rest of the country wait, i asked her what the local to see if the prime minister can reaction had been. ports. they need frictionless trade in the ocean, close to the atlantic secure any changes, if her brexit well, it‘s been welcomed that deal can be salvaged. here‘s your business seaboard, we can pick it up and theresa may has made an 11th hour in order to continue importing and headlines on afternoon live. refurbish it and resize it again. —— appeal to eu leaders. exporting cars, wind turbine parts sports direct says it you heard how she told them in that will try to install its boss and foodstuff. they very much need a speech that they need to think earlier, we brought you news is it again. of unconfirmed reports mike ashley as chief deal to happen and they welcomed carefully over the next few days, that the baby of shamima begum, executive of debenhams. the teenager who fled the uk to join he already controls 30% of debenhams and that she‘d fired a shot telling shares and will try to encourage theresa may her today trying to move them that the eu is a better place the islamic state group, had died. other shareholders to remove that forward, heading —— ahead of all members of the department if the uk leaves with a deal. it came from the family‘s lawyer. store‘s board and put the meaningful vote next week. now this area, grimsby in north east lincolnshire, mr ashley in charge. voted overwhelmingly to leave well, now a spokesperson the eu, but they need for the syrian democratic forces now debenhams, which issued a profit to do so with a deal. says the baby is "alive and healthy" warning earlier this week, said it was disappointed the ports here are very busy, and that reports of his this is the busiest port in the uk death were "fake". 0ur political correspondent nick our home affairs correspondent, by sports direct‘s actions. by tonnage and thousands ofjobs eardley is in westminster. rely on these ports. daniel sandford, joins me now. norway has announced it will reduce its government‘s you have the irony of theresa may investment in the oil they need frictionless trade it is still a rather confused to continue in order to continue and gas industries. urging the eu to go that little importing and exporting cars, picture. i think clearing it up is it uses the huge wealth it‘s amassed wind turbine parts and foodstuffs. further. she is essentially asking so they very much need a deal from its oil fields to buy billions her to agree to something they have going to be rather difficult! to happen and they welcomed mrs may of pounds worth of shares here today, trying to move that certainly, the lawyer in his initial in companies like bp and shell. but now norway says it already agreed, her deal. the forward ahead of the wants to be less reliant as periods of resurgence and message on twitter that he put out meaningful vote next week. on the direction of oil prices.
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argument she would make is that saying they were strong but parliament is clearly not going to cutbacks as the moment, and china is unconfirmed reports that the baby pass the deal she brought back in had died and we have spoken to a government report has found that december. she needs something to working its space programme up people involved in treating women encouraging more women to start slowly and methodically under though it would be perhaps a few decades our political correspondent, businesses could unlock £250bn and children in these camps and for the economy. change. there was a vote on the deal the rose review found that certainly one of those people said while one in three uk if the irish border question was before china reaches capabilities of nick eardley, is in westminster. the united states, though they plan that they believe the report might entrepreneurs is a woman, sorted in another way. there are a be true. but the official spokesman their firms are on average half lot of mps who hate the so—called to launch a small space station you sort of could not make this up. you sort of could not make this up. you have the prime minister asking backstop. there was a message for fairly soon, nothing like the for the synod —— syrian democratic the size of men‘s. them today that if they vote against international space station. china clearly has a long time game the eu to help her get out of a mess forces, largely made up of kurdish them today that if they vote against plan. so if you had to picture, look that she has at home as she tries to the deal next week, they could end fighters, has said it is a fake so sports direct trying to move into up the deal next week, they could end up with no brexit at all. i have one into the crystal ball for space in leave the year. she is also warning story that the baby is healthy and the brexiteers in her own party they of them with me. the prime minister the century, i would say that in 20, well and i have actually seen the debenhams, rather mike ashley? they have been stalking devon and for is essentially saying to you, if you 30 years‘ time, we‘ll be back on the might end up with no brexit at all if they vote against her next week family lawyer actually messaging the some time, they own 29% of the do not back what she brings back moon, we will be thinking about mars and they are saying, we don‘t spokesman on social media, saying next week, potentially no brexit at shares, they can have before they and the two space superpowers will believe you. we were speaking to please, can we get in contact, i can mount takeover bed. and they are all. the fundamental problem is this would like to try and get some who are saying, if this does using that to try undelivered be the us and china. david, it's confirmation of this one way or the comedy withdrawal agreement, which very good to talk to you. some not change, if she does not come isa other. it is a murky situation. people will watch and think, i know back with something significant by influence in that direction. it‘s comedy withdrawal agreement, which is a draft international treaty, monday, they are just not going to that face. he read the bbc for which we would be bound in vote for it. they are not changing been resisted heavily by management. international law if we assented to yea rs, that face. he read the bbc for years, weren‘t you? young for many there is a war of attrition going there are two men out on the social it, does not take us out of the their minds. and that is the problem on, injanuary european union. this is not brexit. theresa may has faced so often in there is a war of attrition going on, in january they there is a war of attrition going on, injanuary they managed to media saying things they believe convince other shareholders to it potentially leaves us in a yea rs, years, weren‘t you? young for many years, —— years, weren‘t you? young for many years, -- i was for many years, yes. this process. she has threatened with certainty but i don‘t think remove the company‘s chairman and either of them are sure. a few days customs union whereby we cannot chief executive from the board. this something, warn something, ask manage our own trade policy and do somebody else was something, and latest assault, trying to install my our own trade deals, we pay £39 more often than not, it has not been ago, this lawyer was seeing the baby had been born healthy. ashley as chief executive, comes in
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enough to square the circle. the the same week as another profit the lawyer represents the family and billion to the eu for absolutely has done since very shortly after nothing in return when our police warning from debenhams. —— mike budgets and school budgets are under problem is getting something europe ashley. and this is at a time when massive pressure. large areas of shamima begum left the country for it is particularly vulnerable in yea rs shamima begum left the country for years ago as a schoolgirl. i think agrees to that and get through a look at the headlines on afternoon live. parliament and keeps her party this war of attrition. it might together. at the moment it does not the problem is that they have not budgets and school budgets are under massive pressure. large areas of our the pilot whose plane crashed had very good contact with the camps ultimately win out. why does he want law remain with the european at the shoreham airshow look great. i should tell you one killing eleven people — other thing. at the end of that to? damn good questions. he is justice. there are a whole range of andrew hill — has been found not press c0 nfe re nce a lwa ys had very good contact with the camps always shamima begum themselves. guilty of manslaughter. other thing. at the end of that press conference this afternoon, they have been relying on unofficial reasons why this is not brexit. that theresa may appeals buying a retailers left right and to eu leaders for help is why the house of commons in getting her brexit deal there was an exchange. today is sources throughout and so that is centre. —— through parliament — buying a retailers left right and centre. -- a good questions. he's but warns of a "moment obviously international women‘s day. of crisis" if mps reject it. why there is this real uncertainty overwhelmingly defeated the treaty someone to happy that the prime by the largest defeat that any and a successful slashdown at the moment. the question is usually getting them on the cheap. for america‘s new astronaut capsule minister had not been asking women whether or not the lawyer should government has ever suffered in the as it arrives home from a trip for more questions. history of parliament. is the danger to the international space station have gone public with his prime minister, only one question here‘s your business unconfirmed reports in this way and his previous purchase, house of for people like you who want to headlines on afternoon live. from a woman reporter on until there was more certainty.” the boss of sports direct, international women's day. fraser, pretty similarto deliver brexit that the vast mike ashley has made a bid to take pretty poor show, isn't it? unconfirmed reports in this way until there was more certainty. i am and his previous purchase, house of fraser, pretty similar to debenhams. so if you do is get control of majority of mps over there do not you've had answers is from just reading that the home secretary control of debenhams. a woman prime minister. debenhams the expectation is, it‘s actually hold your opinion that this his company — sports direct, only one question. is too soft a brexit, they want which owns 30% of debenhams shares — applause. sajid javid has been speaking about ha rd to debenhams the expectation is, it‘s hard to imagine him not wanting to merge than to try and save some says it wants to remove all members these reports. he says, obviously, i something closer to the european of the department store‘s board money. i think the would be job don‘t know whether the news is true union. if you vote against the deal and appoint mr ashley as chief executive. debenhams, which issued a profit or not but sadly there are many losses if that happened would be the next week, the warning as you could warning earlier this week, end up with a customs union or a said it was disappointed whether or not the parliament behind worry. there is talk about trying to children perfectly innocent, who me appreciates anything the attorney have been born in this war zone. the turn house of fraser into the hands norway style arrangement or general and the government can get of the high street, he has had a potentially a second referendum. the over the next few days on brexit by sports direct‘s actions. home office has been clear, there is remains to be seen. at the moment i british people voted very clearly to don‘t think there are many confident no british consulate and no way huge success in building sports leave. and in the erg, i know there norway has announced it anyone can be help in anyway, direct but the jury is out on will reduce its government‘s people kicking around government. whether you can work their magic and are people who don't agree with us investment in the oil and gas industries — it has billions including innocent children, this is of dollars worth of shares iamjust why it is so dangerous. i have other struggling retailers right now. the end of the week, as far as
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all like to characterise us in all people kicking around government. i am just reading a statement from sorts of weird and wonderful ways, arlene foster of the dup, we want to nothing but sympathy for the the market is concerned, bit of a in companies like bp and shell. children that have been dragged into as faras we sorts of weird and wonderful ways, see a sensible deal, one which works as far as we are concerned, we are it says it‘s a way for norway blooming end? yes, lots of this. sajid javid a course who has fighting to honour the decision of to become less reliant on oil for every pa rt see a sensible deal, one which works for every part of the uk. this just disappointing data to blame for this. from some of the most and not an indication of what it 17.4 million people. we want to think the oil price will be leave the european union. that is doing in the future. underlines the different ways in effectively stripped shamima begum important economies in the role. a government report has found that which the prime minister is being of her citizenship. there have been what we are all about and if that encouraging more women to start china took a tumble and today a businesses could unlock £250bn pulled, doesn‘t it? she still needs to request so far to the british really disappointing jobs data drop means some people call us stubborn, government and they have been them. so means some people call us stubborn, so be it, but we are going to fight for the economy. directed so far at sajid javid. the from the us, just 20,000 newjobs absolutely. at the moment, without one was a request from the family to to honour the decision of 17.4 the rose review found that those changes on the backstop issue, while one in three uk while one created in february, way undercutting expectations that it million people. remember, we as mps, they are not going to budge. they help get shamima begum home and a in three uk entrepreneurs are woman, would in fact be 180,000. joining me are not going to get on—board separate request to try and get her the public don't work for us, we newborn baby back to the uk. the their firms are on average half something that they think keeps now as andrew jackson, head of fixed work for them and we report to them. family got a letter from the home the size of men‘s. income at hermes investment they are our bosses and they let us. office about that this week and say management. welcome to the potentially northern ireland more if we don't leave on the 29th of mike ashley wants to run debenhams, closely aligned with the european they needed to talk to the foreign programme. donald trump tweeting union than the uk. the brexiteers at this afternoon about having the march, the prime minister having history suggests he would tend to the same time are not going to get office and they were saying some of strongest economy in the world but said over 100 times at the dispatch get his way? my guess, not satisfied these numbers would suggest on—board with the backstop. europe the same things that sajid javid has box that we would, if we don't, then said this afternoon. the problem for otherwise. far be it from me to with running one department store in is saying that the backstop to stay. the government on that is it is agree with mr trump but i think a 20 the high street, he also took irrespective of arguments about the control of house of fraser. they might offer some clarification quite possible actually to go into on it, they might underline a few these camps and many british brady amendment and all these other words, but if you think back to journalists for example have gone k numberagainst 180, but into these camps. if there was a westminster village staff, that the january, think back to when the real desire by the international public don't follow because they are prime minister lost that vote, the agree with mr trump but i think a 20 k number against 180, but an increase in the number forjanuary, busy getting on with their lives, biggest government defeat in the community to go and help the most house of commons in modern history, should be contextualised by the fact they know we are supposed to leave vulnerable of the children that are on the 29th of march and if the being held in these internment the us economy is still trundling what was it she said? we need public believe that because of some camps, ithink being held in these internment along nicely. and the unemployment legally binding changes and that camps, i think it would be possible
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senior members of the cabinet, some to do that. maybe not to help the is only 3.8%. so we are seeing a means reopening the withdrawal senior members of the cabinet, some agreement. there is absolutely no mothers but to help the children. senior members of the cabinet, some senior members of the civil service, downward slope in terms of and some mps who have never accepted sign at all that the withdrawal and there has been a reluctance to unemployment, 3.8% one of the lowest the decision of the referendum, they agreement is going to be reopened. do that. and if it turns out that we have seen. it's below the uk's it is going to have to be something can aspire basically to make sure children are starting to die then i unemployment rate of 4%. and i think else but we know even this week the that we don't leave on the 29th, —— think that is going to be quite is right to point out the us economy attorney general geoffrey cox was in difficult for some of those who have conspire, the public will get brussels earlier this week and talks shown a reluctance to try and get extremely angry, i believe. it did not go well. he did not get any is right to point out the us economy the children out. thank you very is relatively strong and robust. particularly after the fed changed further forward in terms of coming its stance from a relatively hawkish sounds very unlikely you are going back with something he can wave to back the prime minister next yes, 20,000 jobs were created in much. week. is the vote on tuesday... she about on sunday or monday and say, sta nce a woman has been sentenced to 11 its stance from a relatively hawkish stance at the turn of the year. what february. that was against 180,000 here we are, we have a plan. as years after becoming the first is the issue when it comes to what that was expected. quite a big gap. person to be convicted we are seeing out of china? are is not going to pass it, is she? we things stand, there is a lot of work of female genital mutilation in the uk. the 37—year—old from uganda to do and some pretty bleak signs these bigger issues in the trade war are waiting to see what geoffrey cox for the government. thank you very comes backed with, if anything. if was found guilty last month. which is currently under way between that is rather a big gap. what there are no changes to this treaty it and the us? china has been the much. arlene foster saying, a you‘re watching afternoon live, engine of growth for the world over or if the changes are so weak and sensible deal requires the eu 27 to these are our headlines. the last five years or so and we are happened? legally meaningless that they don't the pilot whose plane crashed there are a seo issue is at play. at the shoreham airshow, concerned about the fact that these be reasonable and pragmatic. the killing eleven people — actually make any practical first remember that european union must be in andrew hill — has been found not there are a seo issue is at play. trade relations may destabilise that difference, then you are basically first rememberthat in there are a seo issue is at play. first remember that in the united states and in north america, there deal—making mode. we will have more guilty of manslaughter. asking the house of commons pretty global growth. we have really been was some really bad winter weather. riding on the hotels, both of the eu much the same question that you ask theresa may appeals them a little over a month ago. and on brexit, of course, throughout the to eu leaders for help in getting her brexit deal couple that with the slowdown that afternoon. through parliament — and the us have been riding —— both you‘re watching afternoon live. but warns of a "moment logic suggests if you ask the same we are seeing in manufacturing, and these are our headlines: the eu and us have been riding on question, you will get pretty much the pilot whose plane crashed at the shoreham airshow of crisis" if mps reject it. the same answer. 0n the government we are seeing in manufacturing, and we have talked about this before, killing 11 people, andrew hill, the eu and us have been riding on the coat—tails of chinese growth. so have an additional problem. the the slowdown in retail and the fact and a successful slashdown without some resolutions that were has been found not for america‘s new astronaut capsule that there are a lot of big retail guilty of manslaughter. thatis theresa may appeals as it arrives home from a trip without some resolutions that were that is going on between mr trump
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attorney general is meant to advise companies that are closing stores to eu leaders for help the government and parliament on the in getting her brexit deal and the chinese, it's difficult to through parliament — but warns of a "moment see markets getting acutely legality or otherwise of whatever is and there are some colonists that of crisis" if mps reject it. to the international space station believe perhaps we are starting to and a successful slashdown positive. and norway, the decision for america‘s new astronaut capsule see and impact of those closures and as it arrives home from a trip agreed. because he is leading the to cut its investment in oil and and four—time olympic champion mo negotiations, he will end up having those lay—offs. what is also farah says he is seriously tempted gas, it says it wants to be less to mark his own homework and that to the international space station. to return to track racing either at reliant on oil prices. is it a wise important to notice this isjust this years world championship so puts him... it is no slower on him move? i think what we need to do really a snapshot. 0ne quick clamp next year‘s olympics. chelsea won‘t personally but that puts him as the and in sport, don‘t drink and get a again is contextualise the fact that be able to sign new players until senior law officer in a potentially good night sleep. jurgen klopp tells the norwegian economy is massively liverpool fans they need to be on january 2020 and they are astonished dominated by oil and gas. so we are —— glimpse and some economists are saying what is important to look at top form as the race for the premier their request to freeze the ban talking about a sovereign wealth compromise position because he has is the trend is that we ask. league title resumes this weekend. fund whose wealth has been driven by while they appeal has been turned to advise parliament on his own olic and solskjaer plays down oil and gas and they are potentially deal. that makes it even more remember, this report comes on the down by fifa. don‘t drink and get a reports he will be the next heels of a jobs report in which we reducing the amount of exposure, permanent manchester united manager, good night was fiercely. jurgen quite rapidly come to oil and gas difficult for the government to klopp tells the fans they need to be convince the house of commons to go saw hiring at 311,000 jobs for the saying he is due to do the job until on top form as the race for the along with it because they will be within that sovereign wealth fund. relying on the legal opinion of the premier league returns this weekend. but the economy itself. be very much month ofjanuary. the next —— rest of the season. i man who negotiated the deal in the saw hiring at 311,000 jobs for the month of january. that saw hiring at 311,000 jobs for the month ofjanuary. that was really exposed to oil and gas. sol pretty stellar. if you put the two first place. when a lawyer becomes together, it pretty much evens out. the american president donald trump but the economy itself. be very much exposed to oil and gas. so i think from a portfolio management has said he feels "very badly" perspective it's a wise choice but i his own client, it usually ends for his former campaign badly, that is the saying. there you will be back with more on all those chairman, paul manafort, think the speed at which they who‘s been sentenced to nearly four announced it come the speed at which stories just after half past. how does this reflect on the broader years in prison for tax fraud. the change might have been made, have it. we heard it in the piece, a the crimes wereuncovered as part economy in the us? is it something of an inquiry by the us probably has an impact on stocks and mountain to climb for the prime for concern? certain that there are minister ahead of those votes on special counsel into suspected on the price that they will get as collusion between president trump‘s the family lawyer of shamima begum — election campaign and russia. they exit those positions. looking tuesday. she has delivered her a lot of people that are worried speaking to the media in alabama, warnings today, both to europe and the teenager who fled the uk to join the president reiterated: "i don‘t about a broader slowdown in the us the islamic state group — collude with russia". at the medium to long term, when you the brexiteers. it does not sound economy and we are certainly seeing says he has "strong but unconfirmed look at that statement, norway like she is winning many people over reports" that her two week saying it‘s not a forecast of where
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that reflected in the financial old son has died. they see oil prices going, it‘s hard immediately. she has around 72 hours markets. they have just started left to do it. trading and we are already seeing we have been unable to independently they are down. that is something i feel very badly for paul manafort. to imagine demand not following a second person has been arrested on suspicion traders are totally feeling. that i think it‘s been a very tough time somewhat overall? i think that's of murdering the teenager, verify those reports. it is not that jodie chesney, who was stabbed said, again, you have to look at right and the norwegian economy is in the back in a park for him but if you notice, very much exposed to oil and gas and in east london a week ago. these kinds of trends and overall, therefore they don't want to double police say the 17—year—old male we have seen thatjobs have been both his lawyer, a highly respected suspect was detained in london this morning. long ago the lawyer was seeing the man, and a very highly respected up therefore they don't want to double a 20—year—old man arrested growing, the us economy has been judge, thejudge, said there was no up on that exposure. the norwegian in leicester on tuesday evening economy is trying to diversify and is still in custody. babyis long ago the lawyer was seeing the collusion with russia. adding jobs for 101 months baby is helpful when micro healthy. the news has come in the last hour needs to diversify as we move away this had nothing consecutively. so in terms of a to do with collusion. there was no collusion. from the use of, the dominant use of and three teenagers have been or so. it‘s a collusion hoax. arrested on suspicion of murder wider trend, this is still pretty the news has come in the last hour or so. it was put out on twitter after yesterday‘s fatal stabbing of a seventeen year—old positive. thank you very much for it‘s a collusion witchhunt. fossil fuels. i think for me, this boy in west london. i don‘t collude with russia. the victim was found yesterday joining us. that they were strong but unconfirmed reports that the baby isa afternoon with multiple stab wounds fossil fuels. i think for me, this is a forward—looking and portfolio to his chest in west kensington. has died. my understanding is that management decision which makes good he was taken to hospital, look at them markets. —— michael i just want to tell you that his but died shortly afterwards. an eighteen—year—old man, has died. my understanding is that has come to him from a source within lawyer went out of his way, sense. thank you very much for that. along with two boys aged lets look at the markets. seventeen and fifteen, the camp where shamima begum and her actually, to make a statement last night, no collusion with russia. baby were. we have now separately there was absolutely none. and a quick look at the markets. are in custody. thejudge, i mean, for whatever even though some years are broadly there is a gloom weighing on the the us economy is not doing badly, reason, i was very honoured by it, the number of fatal stabbings managed to have some conversations ftse and dow, the nasdaq looking in england and wales last year with people involved in the camp and also made the statement that this heavy, too. one of the presidential was the highest since records began. markets are certainly reacted there is a suggestion this might this year, the bbc website has largely because that is a massive had nothing to do with tracked the first 100 have been a tent fire, a fire in her collision with russia. candidates says the tech company killings of the year — revealing the people 93p- should be broken up so that is behind the headlines. largely because that is a massive gap. they were expecting 180,000, 20,000 newjobs were only created, reflected there. the pound versus tent that has led to the baby the dollar, down a bit today, joining me now is our home affairs the market is going to react to so, you know, keep it going, let‘s go, keep the hoax going. that. ftse is down today, gvc investors weighing to reader mike‘s subsequently died —— dying. it has just a hoax. correspondent, danny shaw. senator burr said holdings, biggest loser on the ftse
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not been confirmed yet. but it does there is no collusion. 100. there are the owners of look at devin nunes and the house —— theresa may‘s comments. what has caught ui in these first look as if that is true and the baby intelligence committee, they said there‘s no collusion, thank you. 100 cases? the first 100 cases since ladbrokes, the betting shop. they has died and it might have been in a reacted to that because the chairman and chief executive were selling and guess what, there is none. thousands of headteachers shares and so the market got wind of tent fire. that raises questions of have warned january, england, wales, scotland of a ‘school funding crisis‘. and northern ireland, show the they‘ve sent a letter to millions that and clearly that‘s not of families in england, saying spread of victims, their ages, the reflected well on its share price. how... whether it was an accident or they face worsening cash shortages. youngest i think was just that and clearly that‘s not reflected well on its share pricelj shall see you later. thanks. whatever but we won‘t speculate on america‘s new commercial astronaut capsule — one head says she‘s been forced one—month—old. the oldest were two the spacex dragon — to clean the toilets that. looking at the tweet, he was a has completed its mission and serve in the canteen. and returned to earth. the government insists twin brothers from exeter, who were it‘s spent the past week school funding in england the operators of one of the uk‘s british citizen. what does that... in space docked with is at its ‘highest ever level.‘ oldest nuclear power the international space station, 84. what it also shows is the number stations say they hope to restart but earlier today it made its return what are the implications of that? it, despite finding hundreds journey and splashed down safely of police forces involved in murder of cracks in the bricks sajid javid accepted in his many in the atlantic ocean. caroline davies reports which make up its core. this mission was uncrewed — it‘s been a year since the reactor but the plan is to use the carrier and manslaughter investigations, 32 at the hunterston power state m e nts sajid javid accepted in his many statements in the house of commons, to send astronauts into space police forces in all. the bulk of station, in north ayrshire, later this year. friday maths lessons in west sussex. last generated electricity. the owner of the plant, edf energy, our science correspondent the investigations are being done by questions he answered in the house but while, on the surface, has released the first of commons before the select the class may seem well catered for, the investigations are being done by images of the cracks, pallab ghosh has the latest. the big—city forces, and the committee, that a child born to a even here, the people say the school is struggling with money. metropolitan police are doing 22 it could not have gone any better. a lot of the computers in different british citizen in whatever a successful splashdown investigations. the most striking as kevin keane reports. circumstances would be regarded as a for the dragon spacecraft. departments have stopped working feature for me is that out of these a mission where everything all the time and so keys have been pulled out of keyboards 100 victims 41 of them suffered british citizen by the british state. that is a reminderfrom went like clockwork. and sometimes you can‘t actually british citizen by the british state. that is a reminder from the fatal stab wounds. now, that is a lawyer of what he believes the the day began with the crew british government position was. it type in what you‘re trying to do. of the international space station number that will probably go up is widely accepted that her son was saying good to the capsule they may and this isn‘t the only school that these are the first images of some says there is a problem. be using on their next mission. over 7,000 head teachers have because 23 of the causes of death so of the 370 cracks found a british citizen. the family in the they exit, leaving behind the only on the graphite bricks which make up written to parents warning farare because 23 of the causes of death so far are unknown. it is possible that the reactor‘s core. occupant on the test mission, of a schools funding crisis. number will go up. that is a higher a space suited dummy called ripley. they say it‘s leading to fewer the one at hunterston hasn‘t generated uk had asked for the government‘s they closed the hatch and sent teachers, bigger class sizes, electricity for a year now. less support for special needs proportion than we have seen in underneath here is a graphite core. dragon on its way home. children and, in some cases,
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help not only in trying to get you see dragon physically previous years. we have got to be they know that once it restarts, shamima begum to the uk but separating from the dropping subjects altogether. careful about the figures because the problem will get worse, international space station. but are convinced they can operate separately in trying to get their jules white set up the group well within safe limits. new grandson, nephew, to the uk. who behind today‘s campaign. these are our own data. they are not we have demonstrated an operational allowance. we‘ve demonstrated we know that class sizes are rising. official data. but it would suggest our safety allowa nce. this cliff edge is still was only a couple of weeks old. they there have been cuts to curriculum. to be demonstrated. nearly six hours later and we see it the number of fatal stabbings is as it has got a huge safety enter the earth‘s atmosphere. margin before we‘re thrusters slow down its descent. schools are struggling with capital, a proportion of the total number wrote a letter directly to sajid their buildings, it, maintenance. anywhere near a cliff edge. those are all the familiar stories going up and that clearly when you so this is a life—size model of one javid, asking for assistance in of the graphite bricks. and that resonates with us see all the knife attacks and the bringing the baby out. they received this is it here — and the nuclear a letter back from a home office here at tanbridge house school. concerns over the past few weeks, fuel sits inside this wider chamber. that would tally with the figures we the control rods that allow official, not from the home then, splashdown. have. talk us through this website you to shut down the reactor it has been eight long years we are even hearing of teachers secretary himself, this week, saying and head teachers having to take that gives these figures. yes, so slide in and out of here. since the country that won the space on day—to—day chores. the cracks have appeared inside this regarding the baby, the request for race has been grounded. smaller section that the bbc website, we can see it here, locks them all together. it is shocking that head teachers are talking about doing cleaning what it is showing is the number of the big fear is an earthquake assistance is not a matterfor the duties and toilet duties. distorting the fuel channels. home office but for the foreign and the shuttle was withdrawn this is absolutely not from service because it was unsafe how our system should be. the government say that school cases that there are, the geography this simulated reactor commonwealth office, however the but in 2014, nasa awarded spacex funding is at its highest at bristol university is examining foreign and commonwealth office will of the cases, the ages. the ages are the response to being shaken. ever, at 43.5 billion. also interesting because out of require confirmation there are but according to the institute the structural integrity instructions from shamima begum to and boeing a combined £5 million for fiscal studies, the amount of the graphite core has always been act on her behalf and so it goes on, per pupil in real terms is down known to be the ultimate limiting these 100 victims, 20 were under the factor to the lifetime by 8% since 2010 in england, age of 20. but the age category with of these reactors. discussing the long bureaucratic process that might have to be gone contract so that each because of more pupils and taking so, ultimately, there may come through in order to get assistance the most victims was actually people inflation into account. a point in time where those reactors for the baby. i should add however could build their own spacecraft. have to come offline, that since 2012, the foreign office in their30s, 25 the ifs say there has the most victims was actually people in their 30s, 25 victims. there are has had no consulate representation all of this is looking ahead been a drop per pupil and they‘re not able to restart. at sending astronauts up spending more widely also a lot of elderly people who into the international space station across the uk, too. to prolong operations there and then have died as a result of being the government has also said in syria. that was essentially quite we are looking to go
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edf still doesn‘t know when it on to the moon and mars, that it is untrue that funding would like to restart hunterston b. which the uk will be a part of. killed, either murder or schools is not a priority, manslaughter cases. seven over the it says safety will a long two paragraph way of saying, and that damian hinds, always be its priority. we are not going to help with the nasa hopes to use the vehicle the education secretary, kevin keane, bbc news. to send astronauts into is putting a strong case age of 60. three over the age of 70 space later this year. to the treasury ahead of the next spending review. and 380 plus. you see the baby. i know if there is any more, but head teachers say urgent action is needed now widespread. the focus has been on to provide the education young people being stabbed to death all over the world, people that their students need. but in fact, murder and manslaughter you‘re watching afternoon mine. i you will bring it to us. thank you have been celebrating caroline davies, bbc news. wa nt to you‘re watching afternoon mine. i very much. international women‘s day. want to bring a bit of news coming it‘s marked every year and is a chance to mark cases affect a wide variety of from the metropolitan police who the achievements of women have just put on their facebook in everything from people in all sorts of different sport to politics. that‘s it from your page, this photograph of an assault america‘s new commercial astronaut it‘s also about promoting equality situations, some of them will be capsule has safely landed between women and men. afternoon live team for today, domestic killings, some of them rifle that they seized following a in the atlantic ocean, our correspondent, naomi grimley, street killings, some of them, it is vehicle stop in south london. two completing it‘s test mission. next the bbc news at the spacex dragon has spent the past has been watching today‘s events. five with ben brown. not known what because is. the week in space docked time for a look at the weather. with the international space station as the clock struck midnight, women and was dettached this in madrid gathered to celebrate men aged 50 and 77 were arrested on morning before returning second week of march, how unusual is through earth‘s atmosphere. international women‘s day — it to be talking about 100 deaths by suspicion of possession of a firearm this mission was uncrewed — banging pots and pans but the plan is to use the carrier to make themselves heard. many of us had a blue sky and that point? one thing we want to be and ammunition with intent to many of them had taken part to send the first astronauts in a feminist strike today sunshine earlier today but sky is into space later this year. across spain, to draw attention careful about is avoiding trying to endanger life. this happened on our science correspondent to sexual discrimination, clouding over from the west with violence and the wage gap. compare the rate of killings this thursday the seventh, yesterday in afghanistan, where patchy outbreaks of rain for many. year with previous years. because international women‘s day this afternoon into the evening, the is a national holiday, evening. and this was armed response pallab ghosh has the latest. these women often face prejudice on several fronts. patchy rain gradually clear its way our data is our own analysis and we vehicles who stopped two vehicles in easter, clear skies into the evening are not comparing it with official stats. i would be very cautious peckham in south london. they it could not have gone any better. a but further showers for the north about saying this is a higher or west, hill snow and wintry showers lower rate than previous years. the recovered this rifle with a loaded successful splashdown for the dragon for scotland. drier and milder one feature we can say is that there magazine from the boot of one of the but the international red cross spacecraft. a mission where filmed them enjoying are certainly many stabbings, fatal vehicles and it‘s believed to be a what they do best. further south. temperatures everything went like clockwork. the stabbings, and that proportion looks fully automatic assault rifle. the overnight around 2—7. tomorrow like it could be higher than sta rts
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day began with the crew of the overnight around 2—7. tomorrow starts on a fairly unsettled note in previous years. it is very early particular the northern half of the 50—year—old resisted arrest, a taser international space station saying good to the capsule they may be days and what can happen is clearly uk, plenty of charity. some drier some of these cases can be was deployed and discharged by armed using on their next mission. they and brighter weather across the officers. he was treated for minor re—categorised out of the homicide injuries in hospital and has since exit leaving behind the only southern half of england and where occu pa nt exit leaving behind the only occupant on the test mission, this is and we could see temperatures up been released and taken into classification, other cases, where custody. the second man, the space suited demi, called ripley. to 14. further showers of rain and at the elysee palace in paris, there have been suspicious deaths, may move into being classed as 77—year—old, remains in custody at a emmanuel macron presided over hill snow across northern england, they closed the hatch and sent a new award by the french state local police station. and there is a to recognise trailblazing women. northern ireland and scotland. murder or manslaughter cases as more dragon on its way home. you see the first winner was a woman who has temperatures in single figures. that campaigned against child evidence builds up. what you could quote from the dci, detective chief marriage in cameroon. continues into sunday. mix of also get is a sudden event which inspector, saying, i have no doubt sunshine and wintry showers, means there is a surge in killings. that removing the weapons from dragon on its way home. you see dragon physically separating from the international space station. she accepted the prize, named after the famous french particularly across higher ground, feminist politician simone veil. circulation has prevented death or most of the victims are male. do we serious injury. that‘s on the met rain showers at lower levels. nearly six hours later and we see it temperatures 5—10 and feeling cooler police website and we‘ll keep an eye in the breeze. goodbye. get any information on the on that story and try and find out enter the earths atmosphere. translation: for me it is a call perpetrators? we don't have that some more for you. to follow in her footsteps information yet but what we are and to pass on the shared task defending women to going to do is track these 100 cases thrusters slow down its descent. to see how many of them police find now, all over the world, future generations. people have been celebrating international women‘s day. president putin has also been trying it‘s marked every year to flag up his credentials the culprit, the person responsible, and is a chance to mark then, splashdown. it has been eight as a champion of female empowerment. the achievements of women and to try and get some in everything from here he was riding sport to politics. with female officers understanding, build up an it‘s also about promoting equality in the russian mounted police. understanding, build up an between women and men. long years since the country that understanding of the circumstances behind each one. you will see that 0ur correspondent, naomi grimley, won the space race has been has been watching today‘s events. as the clock struck midnight, women grounded. the shuttle was withdrawn many of the cases, suspects have been arrested and in some cases, in madrid gathered to celebrate international women‘s day — from service because it was unsafe they had been charged. i am not sure closer to home, female but in 2014, nasa awarded spacex and ministers made this video, any of them have come to court yet. banging pots and pans highlighting the abuse directed but we will be tracking that in the to make themselves heard. at women in public life. months ahead. on a purely human boeing a combined £5 million many of them had taken part we need to improve the gender
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contract so that each could build balance in parliament. level, we are talking about 100 in a feminist strike today their own spacecraft. all of this is a reminder that there is still some across spain, to draw attention way to go before all misogynist deaths, there are the photographs of to sexual discrimination, violence and the wage gap. looking ahead at ascot in up into abuse is consigned to history. the victims, it does say something naomi grimley, bbc news. the international space station to prolong operations there and then we that you are shocked when uch. are looking to go on to the moon and absolutely. it gives a real impact in afghanistan, where mars, which the uk will be a part and really shows you that these are international women‘s day of. nasa hopes to use the vehicle to real cases, not just about is a national holiday, and really shows you that these are real cases, notjust about numbers. these women often face send astronauts into space later real cases, real people, all ages, this year. all areas of the uk. from the first prejudice on several fronts. but the international red cross the government is giving filmed them enjoying what they do best. diplomatic protection the government is giving protection case on the 1st of january, in the to nazanin zaghari—ratcliffe. the at the elysee palace in paris, to the british iranian woman — early hours of new year‘s day, to nazanin zaghari ratcliffe — as a way of helping secure her emmanuel macron presided over foreign secretary jeremy to nazanin zaghari—ratcliffe. the foreign secretaryjeremy hunt says the most recent. itjust makes you release from prison in iran. it is an important diplomatic step a new award by the french state it means her case will now be but not a magic one. she is serving treated as a formal, legal dispute to recognise trailblazing women. stop. you just think, maybe we don‘t between the uk and iran. a five year sentence for spying, a the first winner was a woman who has the foreign secretaryjeremy hunt do enough of that. and also, there says it‘s an important diplomatic charge she has always denied. 1000 campaigned against child step but not a magic wand. are so many marriage in cameroon. do enough of that. and also, there are so many of these cases that we she accepted the prize, mrs zaghari—ratcliffe is serving don‘t know about it. a lot of media named after the famous french a five year sentence for spying — new train services are weak are to feminist politician simone veil. a charge she‘s always denied. be added to the schedules from the attention has been given to the 1,000 new train services a week are to be added to schedules middle of may to help ease murder ofjodie chesney in the past overcrowding. the rail industry says week but there are so many that we translation: for me it is a call across the uk from the middle to follow in her footsteps of may, to help ease overcrowding. the changes are part of a long—term don‘t know about that don‘t hit the plan to make trains more frequent and to pass on the shared task the rail industry said the changes defending women to are part of a long—term headlines. the police forces don‘t future generations. plan to make trains more frequent and enable new journeys. and enable new journeys, necessarily publicise them or the media do not pick up on them and president putin has also been trying while prioritising reliability. plan to make trains more frequent and enable newjourneys. the to flag up his credentials the sha ke—up follows the disastrous launch shake—up and enable newjourneys. the sha ke—up follows the and enable newjourneys. the there are some interesting points to of a new timetable last spring. shake—up follows the disastrous launch of a new timetable last as a champion of female empowerment. make on that. which are the cases we spring. thousands more people will
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focus on and which do we ignore? here he was riding thousands more people be offered drugs to lower their with female officers will be offered drugs thank you very much for those. in the russian mounted police. to lower their blood pressure, blood pressure as part of a drive to as part of a drive to prevent heart prevent heart attacks and strokes. attacks and strokes. new guidelines recommend reducing the threshold new guidelines recommend reducing at which treatment should be given. the threshold at which treatment closer to home, female ministers made this video, it‘s estimated nearly three quarters should be given. three quarters of a of a million people could now the government is giving diplomatic protection highlighting the abuse directed qualify for the drugs, to the british iranian woman — but gps have warned nazanin zagari ratcliffe — at women in public life. against over—diagnosis. million people could now qualify for thejugs as a way of helping secure her we need to improve the gender million people could now qualify for release from prison in iran. balance in parliament. the jugs but gps million people could now qualify for thejugs but gps have million people could now qualify for the jugs but gps have warned against it means her case will now be a reminder that there is still some overdiagnosis. treated as a formal, legal dispute the duchess of sussex has told the number of fatal stabbings in way to go before all misogynist an audience in central london england and we last year was the between the uk and iran. abuse is consigned to history. the foreign secretaryjeremy hunt that it was impossible highest since records began. this says it‘s an important diplomatic for her to "sit back and not do year, the bbc website has tracked step but not a magic wand. naomi grimley, bbc news. something" about women 5 rights. mrs zaghari ratcliffe is serving the first 100 killings of the year, a five year sentence for spying — time for a look at the weather. meghan was taking part revealing the people behind the a charge she‘s always denied. in a panel discussion our world affairs correspondent, at kings college london, headlines. earlier, ispoke here‘s sarah. to mark international women 5 day. caroline hawley, reports. revealing the people behind the headlines. earlier, i spoke to our the duchess was also asked how home affairs correspondence. she liked to treat herself, it is close to three years here‘s what she had to say: since nazanin zaghari—ratcliffe the first 100 cases since january, was arrested at tehran airport the weekend is almost upon us now on as she was leaving for home the weather is looking somewhat with her young daughter. mixed over the next few days. we england, wales, scotland and you can see the shock on her face. started friday with some sunshine last summer she was northern ireland, show the spread of but skies have been clouding over briefly released. from the west, this is the picture a victims, their ages, the youngest i only to be sent back to jail, i think it is being able to be here bit earlier in the day, and it‘s and be with the incredible women on think wasjust despite urgent pleas from the uk victims, their ages, the youngest i the panel. that is such a gift on think was just one—month—old, the old est were think was just one—month—old, the oldest were two twin brothers from government and her family. patchy rain has been moving eastwards a cross patchy rain has been moving eastwards across the country as we exeter who were 84. what it also this day. separate from that, the move into this evening, it will stay nazanin zaghari—ratcliffe, women enveloped my life i want to seen here with her daughter quite breezy and most of the rain shows is the number of police forces gabriella just before we re quite breezy and most of the rain were clear but it will stay showery celebrate, i will send some love to she was jailed, needs medical through the evening and overnight. today but also the men who are involved in murder and manslaughter
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treatment she‘s not being allowed. the bulk of the cloud and rain has investigations, 32 police forces in championing all of us as part of the foreign secretary, jeremy hunt, been down to this weather front all, the bulk of the investigations was in iran late last year this journey is great and then i will put my feet up because that is to push for her release. pushing eastwards across the uk, being done by the big—city forces, clouding over across eastern areas, a deserved treat, especially at this in particular the metropolitan he says the extremely rare step with some sunshine earlier in the stage of pregnancy! the foreign office has taken today, day. later this afternoon into the police are doing 22 investigations but the most striking feature for me is a last resort, after all other all over the world, people evening, pretty soggy for many of us have been celebrating is that out of these 100 victims, 41 avenues were exhausted. international women‘s day. but some make some time for northern it‘s marked every year we think it‘s the first time ireland, and into the evening and and is a chance to mark of them suffered fatal stab wounds. diplomatic protection has been the achievements of women overnight, the rain clears away from in everything from exercised for an individual for over sport to politics. 100 years, and for that reason, southern and eastern england, clear it‘s also about promoting equality now, that is a number that will we think it sends a very, between women and men. and drier conditions for many of us. our correspondent, naomi grimley, very strong signal there probably go up because 23 of the is a human being here. snow showers across high ground in has been watching today‘s events. we all need to think about this, causes of death so far unknown. it scotland, rain until snow in as the clock struck midnight, women it‘s not just about the diplomatic is possible that number will go up northern ireland and north—west in madrid gathered to celebrate arguments there may be england. those of round 2—3 in the international women‘s day — and it is a higher proportion than between the uk and iran, banging pots and pans there‘s a family here, to make themselves heard. we have seen in previous years. we north, 4—7 in the south. could be a have to be careful about the figures many of them had taken part touch of frost in the countryside. they need to be reunited. in a feminist strike today because these are our own data and across spain, to draw attention the weekend looking pretty u nsettled, the weekend looking pretty to sexual discrimination, they are not official data. it would unsettled, we have got this west of violence and the wage gap. her husband richard, the influence to our weather. the who has campaigned tirelessly wind coming in from the atlantic, suggest the number of fatal for her release has in afghanistan, where international women‘s day welcomed the decision. it‘s one he had been pushing is a national holiday, stabbings is as a proportion of the bringing further areas of low these women often face pressure and showers at times. it prejudice on several fronts. total number going up and that the government to take. clearly when you see all the knife will be quite blustery over the attacks and the concerns over the really big step, you know, weekend and it will feel cold for implicitly, explicitly. past few weeks, would tally with the what that means is it is the time of year. some rain showers, asserting she is british, numbers we have. talk us through notjust a dual national, bit of snow over the hills in the but the international red cross but fundamentally she is a british filmed them enjoying this website that gives these north but certainly not a write off, what they do best. citizen and also asserting actually she‘s suffered a huge injustice. there will be some sunshine too. figures. yes, so the bbc website, we this is an innocent person being held in prison saturday any some time will be in
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for leverage over the uk. the southern half of england and can see it here, what is showing is wales, further north more of those showers will entropy sunshine and it is outrageous. showers will entropy sunshine and showers will entropy sunshine and but iran has reacted with anger. showers will follow us know of the number of cases that there are, its ambassador to uk at the elysee palace in paris, said britain‘s decision scotla nd showers will follow us know of emmanuel macron presided over the number of cases that there are, contravened international law, scotland and england. temperatures a new award by the french state the geography of the cases, the that iran didn‘t recognise dual to recognise trailblazing women. ages. the ages are also interesting nationality and was treating nazanin zaghari—ratcliffe the first winner was a woman who has as an iranian. campaigned against child in the north around nine, to get a marriage in cameroon. because out of these 100 victims, 20 what impact the decision will have we re because out of these 100 victims, 20 were under the age of 20. but the on her nobody yet knows. caroline hawley, bbc news. relatively mild temperatures in the she accepted the prize, named after the famous french age category with the most victims south—east. sunday, sunny spells in blustery showers, wintry showers feminist politician simone veil. was actually people in their 305, 25 once again with sleet and snow victims there. there are also a lot across parts of northern england and northern ireland and scotland. dries translation: for me it is a call of elderly people who have died as a in bytes to the south—east but you to follow in her footsteps time now for the weather forecast. will notice the strength of the and to pass on the shared task westerly winds on sunday. defending women to result of being killed, either temperatures on the face of it about future generations. murder or manslaughter cases. seven that is this morning. a red sky in 5-10, temperatures on the face of it about 5—10, call for the time of year, but president putin has also been trying over the age of 60, three over the it will feel colder than that where to flag up his credentials age of 70 and 380 plus. you see the the morning. as a champion of female empowerment. you are exposed to that brisk here he was riding with female officers westerly breeze. things there other in the russian mounted police. yes, red sky in the morning, closer to home, female widespread. the focus has very much and set out through do next week, ministers made this video, highlighting the abuse directed been on young people being stabbed too. more showers especially in the shepherd‘s warning. we are looking to death but in fact, murder and north and north—west, slightly drier at this bit of weather folklore. at women in public life. manslaughter cases affect a wide this was taken in cornwall. but and milder with a bit more sunshine towards the south and east. that‘s variety of people in all sorts of right up and down the country, we it for now. goodbye. different situations, some of them we need to improve the gender balance in parliament. will be domestic killings, some of had scenes like this. a little a reminder that there is still some them street killings, some of them way to go before all misogynist it is not known what the cause is. further north, conwy in north wales abuse is consigned to history.
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was, also a red sky first thing this naomi grimley, bbc news. we are in the second week of march, how unusual is it to be talking morning. made —— moving further north again and this comes from about 100 deaths by that point? one thing we want to be careful about is edinburgh. that is fabulous. a lot avoiding trying to compare the rate of killings this year with previous of us will have seen bright blue skies this morning. it is a myth? yea rs of killings this year with previous years because of killings this year with previous yea rs because our of killings this year with previous years because our data is our own america‘s new commercial astronaut analysis, we are not comparing it there is definitely some truth to capsule has safely landed with official stats. i am very this one. red sky in the morning in the atlantic ocean, generally the weather tends to go a completing it‘s test mission. cautious about saying this is a little bit downhill later on in the the spacex dragon has spent the past higher or lower rate than previous week in space docked day. there is a reason for this. in yea rs. higher or lower rate than previous years. the one feature that we can with the international space station and was dettached this says that there are certainly many the uk the sunrises in the east but morning before returning through earth‘s atmosphere. this mission was uncrewed — most of our inclement weather comes stabbings, fatal stabbings, and that but the plan is to use the carrier proportion looks like it could be to send the first astronauts higher than previous years. in from the west. what we tend to see is high cloud pushing in. into space later this year. a woman has been sentenced to 11 visible light is split into the seven colours of the rainbow. when yea rs a woman has been sentenced to 11 years after pinning the first person we can now discuss that further. we get the sun rising, it is at a to be convicted of female genital very low—level in the atmosphere in that was quite a moment, as it came mutilation in the uk. let‘s go to the sunlight passes through lots of the sunlight passes through lots of the atmosphere and when we get high down. our correspondence at the old bailey cloud, that tends to scatter away yes, it is actually not that for us now. give us the background the short wavelengths of blue and difficult to shoot something into space but it is much more of a to this. indigo. what we have left is more of challenge to bring it back home well, during the sentencing a short the longer wavelengths, the oranges safely. as it goes through the time ago, thejudge in and red that tend to pass down well, during the sentencing a short
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towards us. those shepherds were time ago, the judge in this atmosphere at an extremely high—speed, it heats a band could well, during the sentencing a short time ago, thejudge in this case described what happened to the girl spot on! yes. by the same argument, easily burn to pieces. it has to as sickening, barbaric and break to a very low speed before the premeditated. she said the psychological effects are likely to parachutes can actually unfold and then bring it down that last bit and remain after the physical scars have red sky at night, shepherd‘s land on the water safely and softly. healed, calling the abuse a delight, same thing. yes, that works out as well. the sun significant lifelong burden. the you could sense the relief. this sets on the west and we tend to get girl‘s mother, who we cannot name sort of higher pressure in the west for legal reasons, is 37 and when there is good weather on the originally from uganda. today she way. low pressure then clearing off towards the east. it is a real means that they can now think of the has been sentenced to 11 years in thing. that is fascinating. we had next stage and what is that? yes, so prison and she showed no emotion as the sentence was passed a short time better have a forecast. this was a test that could have ago. this is a case that dates back we have had that warning and we have to the summer of 2017 when the girl carried human beings, but obviously poor weather moving on from the west down to this area of low pressure. a who was only three years old was weather front at the moment across they did not want to risk that, but subjected to female genital the country bringing some pretty wet they did not want to risk that, but they are ready for the next flight mutilation in the family home in and windy conditions. this is how because it looked like the task when east london. she suffered severe things look this morning. we did genital injuries, she was breathing have the blue sky. for some of us, i protest was successful. and so the heavily, and had to be treated at a another hour or so of blue sky. but next flight, child —— planned for hospital in east london, where they here is the radar. that is where the perform surgery. during the trial rain has been pushing in and you can july, might carry people. what they last month, the court heard that the have done is quite similar to what see it has been turning to snow over the highest pea ks mother had an interest in witchcraft
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was done in the past, landing back see it has been turning to snow over the highest peaks of the pennines and during a police search, the and scotland as well. but for most of us it is falling as rain. still a police found how tongues that were onto the water, insert —— instead of little sunshine across east anglia to be used for spells. the mother a space shuttle or something more complicated. in that sense, maybe it and the five south—east. writer was hoping to silence the foster is not that ground—breaking but the skies returning to northern ireland carers, police officers and social later in the afternoon. —— brighter workers involved in this case. fgm fa ct is not that ground—breaking but the fact it is done by a private company skies. temperatures not great for the time of year. it is feeling is. it opens a whole new world of has been illegal in the uk for more commercial space flights and than 30 years but it is estimated up pretty blustery. eventually this possibly competition and this is of course what nasa is after, to bring evening, we will lose the cloud and down the cost of space flight. there to 140 -- 140,000 rain towards the east. clear spells than 30 years but it is estimated up to 140 ——140,000 women and girls are living with the effects of fgm developing. still some showers for isa in the uk. the father was also on northern ireland, northern england down the cost of space flight. there is a political element because it as well. a bit of snow over the does not want to rely on russia trial last month. he was cleared of highest ground. heading through into forever. yes, exactly that as well. all the charges against him but this they have had to use russian... afternoon, at the old bailey, the saturday morning, we have still got actually, very reliable rockets to 37—year—old woman, the mother of a that westerly influence to our three—year—old girl, will now start weather. quite a few isobars on the send the astronauts to the space spending her sentence, map. another breezy picture to start station, but politically, indeed, three—year—old girl, will now start spending hersentence, her11 three—year—old girl, will now start spending her sentence, her 11 year sentence, injail. off your saturday and more showers they would rather it stays within thank you. let‘s go to the old on the cards. through the weekend, they would rather it stays within the borders of the united states. bailey just thank you. let‘s go to the old baileyjust behind you. a it stays fairly windy and cold. some spokesperson for the cps is giving a showery rain and even some further obviously, they will be examining statement. the capsule and taking the data from our prosecution was able to present snow over the highest ground but it but if everything is as they evidence to thejury sunshine on the cards for some of our prosecution was able to present evidence to the jury that cut through the lies. the court heard hope, when do you think they will be
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us. sunshine on the cards for some of us. it will not be a written off spending people into space? today about the impact on this young weekend at all. saturday, a good deal of sunshine across the southern yes, so there is a prop inside call girl. fgm also has a wider impact on half of england and. further north, ripley, people may remember that will be interrupted by further the community and i am very proud of the community and i am very proud of the cps team who have worked so hard sigourney weaver playing the leading showers. half in the south—east, in role, there is data and they will be with police and council to able to test whether the human will successfully prosecute this crime. that sunshine, we could see 14 have been ok. and when that is we hope that this conviction degrees. reasonably mild on encourages those who have saturday. another day of sunshine confirmed, they are ready to send it experienced fgm or who have and showers for us on sunday. spot suspicions about fgm offences to with two astronauts to the space come forward, knowing that we will station, as early asjuly this the difference, really. still windy with two astronauts to the space from the west and more of those station, as early as july this year. treat everyone with sensitivity and should no showers across the highest and that is really the crucial ground and at low levels it will moment. and if that is a success, respect. basically, that is the cusp of this fall as snow, rain, sorry. driest that‘s the statement there on that new era of commercial space flight. of course, we have the example in case. at the old bailey. just update the uk of richard branson with and brightest in the south. temperatures only around four to 10 virgin galactic, they have already entered space as a about it is degrees. low for the time of year but it will feel even colder than that, where you are exposed to the really taking off now. private you on the continuing wrangling over breeze and you had those blustery brexit, michel barnier, the eu showers around as well. it looks enterprises are going for it, space negotiator has been tweeting in the like things will stay unsettled tourism, to make it much cheaper and through next week. last few moments and does appear to
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it becomes feasible for instance to fly to the moon, establish a base be giving some clarity, some perhaps a slight change to the eu position and even potentially to mars in the on the backstop. next decade. so when will there be a let‘s just show you some of the tweets, this happened in the last few minutes. he‘s been briefing the base on the moon? i'm not going to place a bet on that! eu 27 ambassadors on the ongoing talks... technologically, it‘s possible but still expensive, so it has to have political will behind it to invest enough money in it. but there are most importantly, he says, the arbitration panel can give the uk the right to proportional suspension multiple agencies including the chinese that has expressed a clear of its obligations under the backstop as a last resort. if the eu interest, may be more than an reaches its good faith —— if the uk interest, may be more than an interest, in establishing a moon base sooner rather than later. paper might be changed today is that we breaches its good faith, the eu... are looking at a commercial future in space, space tourism. i'm just in the fourth and fifth tweets, he wondering as an astrophysicist, what says the eu commits to give the uk would you pay to go into space the option to exit the single yourself? is an astrophysicist in customs territory unilaterally while space, space is the best place to be
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based when studying the universe. the other... he says the uk will not though having human presence might be forced into a customs union interfere with observation, but having a base on the moon, for against its will and the tents will instance, would be very exciting to be made to ensure uk leaves the eu study the universe as an astrophysicist. but also, i‘m a with an agreement. —— attempts will scientist and scientists are curious and wants to push us to the limits be made. of what‘s possible and in this way, the years making these proposals public to avoid the blame game with the uk. so some clarity but it‘s all of what‘s possible and in this way, of course, we drive also technological progress. this is what humans do, this is our nature and wrapped up in legalese. but at how we live our lives now with all cutting through that, saying he tweeted out the details to ensure they are not misunderstood. —— adam the electronics and the ease of boarding an aeroplane and travelling to the other side of the world. that says they are avoiding a blame game with the uk. a blame game but some wouldn‘t happen if you didn‘t have this drive, of always pushing us to in europe are pointing to theresa the limits of what is may is continuing when she spoke at technologically possible. it's good to talk to you about it. thank you grimsby earlier. more on that later, now the weather. for your time. you're welcome. and red sky in the morning is...? now it‘s time for a look at the weather with sarah.
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shepherd‘s or an morning. that has many of us had blue sky and sunshine earlier today but clouds from the true today, the weather has been west with patchy outbreaks of rain from any of us. this afternoon into the evening, pat rain will gradually turning pretty unsettled. —— shepherd‘s or sailors morning. clear its way eastwards, is a clear skies into the evening but for the further north across the uk we had some red sun rises in highland scotla nd some red sun rises in highland scotland as well. what we have got showers in the north—west, particularly for northern ireland out there is low pressure which is and north—west england, rain until very much driving our weather today. we are got this weather from putting snow, and wintry showers for scotland. model for the south, eastwards a cross we are got this weather from putting eastwards across the country, temperatures between to and 7 bringing the cloud and outbreaks of rain that many of us have got out degrees. tomorrow starts on an there at the moment. this is a u nsettled degrees. tomorrow starts on an unsettled note, particularly in the north, some showers here. drier and picture from greater london, taken just an hour or so ago. here he is brighterfor the north, some showers here. drier and brighter for the southern half of england and wales, temperatures here up england and wales, temperatures here the radar image, you can see it up to 14 degrees. further showers of moving from west to east, but also rain and hillsnow white colours, some of that rain has up to 14 degrees. further showers of rain and hill snow across northern england, northern ireland and been turning to snow on highest scotland, temperatures in single peaks of the pennines and in figures. continuing into sunday, highland scotland. into the evening, sunshine and wintry showers, clear skies moving in across particularly of a higher ground, northern ireland are pushing for the rain showers at low levels. southern eastwards a cross northern ireland are pushing for the eastwards across the country, clear and eastern parts of england are skies but still some showers, mostly dry. temperatures 5—10 and particularly for northern ireland, kruger in the breeze. goodbye. —— north—west england and scotland, too, where they will again be
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falling as snow over the higher cooler in the breeze. ground. temperatures falling to 2—3 in the north, holding at around 4—7 this is bbc news — further south. it will be windy from the word go, at the start of your our latest headlines. weekend. still an unsettled picture, not guilty of manslaughter: andrew hill — you can trace the size of ours right the pilot whose plane crashed at the shoreham airshow killing eleven people — across the atlantic, the wind is has this message for victims‘ coming in from the north—west families. i am truly sorry for the part bringing further spells of showery i played in their deaths. rain until snow for the weekend. it and it is they that i will remember for the rest of my life. will be windy wherever you are and relatives weep in court chili for the time of year. a mix of as the verdict is returned — they say they still want answers. some showers of rain, little hill it has been a long and complex trial snow, particularly in the north, but and we feel that the success of don‘t write the weekend offjust mr hill‘s defence of cognitive yet. there will be some sunny and impairment is a worrying precedent that could have dry weather at times. saturday far—reaching consequences. sta rts dry weather at times. saturday starts with some rain until snow in theresa may appeals to eu leaders for help the north which should slowly ease in getting her brexit deal through parliament — away. parts of scotland in but warns of a "moment particular will continue to see some of crisis" if mps reject it. rain and some hill south through the day. but for the rest of the country reject it and no one knows what will happen. not a bad day. southern england and we may not leave the eu for many wales should stay mostly dry and months, we may leave temperatures are set to reach around without the protections of the deal, 14 or so. but we are stuck in single figures towards the north. into
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we may never leave at all. sunday, we are looking at quite a few showers packing in across splashdown! cheers as america‘s new astronaut northern ireland, scotland and capsule dragon lands in the ocean northern england. you see the white after a successful mission colours, some of them on higher ground will follow as snow, mostly running at lower levels. southern to the international space station. england looks dry but blustery winds coming in from the west. sport now on afternoon live temperatures not doing great for the time of year, high is about 4—10, with katherine, but it will feel colder than that and we‘ve had some amazing when you add on the strength of the champions league action, wind. things are set to remain the focus is on the premier league? u nsettled wind. things are set to remain unsettled with showers too much of the week ahead. —— showers through much of the week ahead. yes, manchester united had that remarkable victory, and liverpool in the premier league could only draw with everton. on paper, couple of fairly straightforward matches for the league leaders and their rivals. manchester city take on watford tomorrow afternoon and liverpool play burnley on sunday. they kick—off is at 12 noon which is
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pretty early for the big size in the premier league. jurgen can pop asset if you‘re a liverpool player, take it easy on saturday night, having earlier won because you need to be on top form. —— jurgen klopp. i hope for our people, that'll be very important, we need, we need atmosphere at 12 o'clock. and if you have a ticket for the stadium, go to bed at ten o'clock! laughter. don't drink and... yes. be on your toes for us until the la st be on your toes for us until the last second. not only preparing his plays, looking to prepare the fans as well, he needs atmosphere, he says, when they take on burnley. another manager, only temporary, ole gunnar solskjaer, but really?” manager, only temporary, ole gunnar solskjaer, but really? iwonder manager, only temporary, ole gunnar solskjaer, but really? i wonder how many times you will ask is that question over the coming days and
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weeks! who knows, it might be announced tomorrow or at the end of the season. he certainly looks almost certain to be the next permanent manager at manchester united. he confirmed today that his contract with molde has ended, he was previously the manager of the norwegian side before being put in ca reta ker norwegian side before being put in caretaker charge at manchester united in december. and if you read the papers today, the times says such are to be given united job, it looks like a done deal after they made it through to the quarterfinals in the champions league, against the odds, of course. but he has played down the reports that the job certainly has. 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 of june. i love working here, and as i have said so many times i'm just doing the best i can every
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single day, and if and when — if it comes to a decision to be made we'll have to think about that. another football line for you this afternoon. chelsea have been denied a request to ‘freeze‘ a ban on buying new players while they appeal against the punishment handed out by fifa. the club have been banned from registering new players until january 2020 for allegedly breaking rules over the signing of foreign under—18 players. chelsea deny any wrongdoing. fifa says it has denied measures which would see the transfer ban frozen during the appeal process. 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
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world triathlon series event. yee, who trains with alistair and jonny brownlee in leeds, pulled away with world champion mario mola early on in the 5 kilometre run in abu dhabi, but the spaniard kicked clear with about 600 metres to go. these guys are my idols and i look up to a lot of them. i have watched them since i was a kid, almost, and it's great tojust even be able to race on the same level and be in a competitive situation with them. britain‘sjess learmonth came third in the women‘s elite race, which was won by the american katie zaferes. non stanford was 5th while reigning world champion vicky holland finished 8th and georgia taylor—brown was 9th. four british women in the top ten in abu dhabi. the former world number one venus williams beat germany‘s andrea petkovic to reach the second round at indian wells. playing just her seventh match of the year, williams tookjust under two hours to advance in three sets. williams‘ sister, serena,
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received a first—round bye, and will play victoria azarenka overnight tonight. britain‘s dan evans and johanna konta both play later today. they start about 90 m, serena and aza renka they start about 90 m, serena and azarenka on for about 2am in indian wells. —— dan evans and joanna come to at about 9pm. like i would stay up to at about 9pm. like i would stay up that late! you‘re not that much of a fan! where‘s your dedication? a second person has been arrested on suspicion of murdering the teenager, jodie chesney, who was stabbed in the back in a park in east london a week ago. police say the 17—year—old male suspect was detained in london this morning. a 20—year—old man arrested in leicester on tuesday evening is still in custody. three teenagers have been arrested on suspicion of murder after yesterday‘s fatal stabbing of a seventeen year—old boy in west london. the victim was found yesterday afternoon with multiple stab wounds to his chest in west kensington. he was taken to hospital,
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but died shortly afterwards. an eighteen—year—old man, along with two boys aged seventeen and fifteen, are in custody. the number of fatal stabbings in england and wales last year was the highest since records began. this year, the bbc website has tracked the first 100 killings of the year — revealing the people behind the headlines. earlier our home affairs correspondent, danny shaw, explained more about the 100 victims. the first hundred cases since january in england, wales, scotland and northern ireland showed the spread victims, the ages, ——the spread of victims, the ages, the youngest, i think i was just one—month—old. the oldest were two twin brothers in exeter who were 84. but it also shows is the number of police forces involved in murder and manslaughter investigations. 32 police forces in all. the bulk of the investigations being done by big—city forces, in particular the metropolitan police are doing 20 investigations. ——are doing 22 investigations.
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but the most striking feature for me is that out of these 100 victims, 41 of them suffered fatal stab wounds. now, that is a number that will probably go up because 23 of the causes of death so far unknown, so it‘s possible that number will go up. and that is a higher proportion than we have seen in previous years. you‘ve gotta be careful about because these are our own data, ——you‘ve gotta be careful about the figures, because these are our own data, they are not official data. but it would suggest the number of fatal stabbings is, as a proportion of the total number, is going up. and that clearly, you see on the knife attacks and concerns over the past few weeks, that would tally with the figures we have. talk us through this website, that gives these figures. the bbc website, we can see it here, what it‘s showing is the number of cases that there are, the geography of the cases, the ages. the ages are also interesting, because out of these 100 victims,
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20 were under the of 20. but the age category with the most victims was actually people in their 30s, 25 victims there. 20 aged 20—29. there were also a lot of elderly people who have died as a result of being killed, murder manslaughter cases, ——murder or manslaughter cases, seven of the age of 60, three of the age of 70 ——seven over the age of 60, three over the age of 70 and three 80 plus. so you see the wide spread. so the focus has very much been over the past few weeks on young people being stabbed to death. but in fact, murder and manslaughter cases affect a wide variety of people in all sorts of different situations, some of them will be domestic killings, some of them street killings, some of them it‘s not known what the cause is. here we are, second week of march, i mean, how unusual is it to be talking about 100 deaths to that point? ——talking about 100 deaths by that point?
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one thing i think we want to be very careful about is avoiding trying to compare the rate of killings this year with previous years, because our data is our own analysis, we are not comparing it with official stats. so i‘d be very cautious about saying this is a higher rate or a lower rate than previous years. i think the one feature that we can say is, there are certainly many stabbings, fatal stabbings and that proportion looks like it could be higher than in previous years. ina in a moment, the business news. first a look at the headlines on afternoon live. the pilot whose plane crashed at the shoreham airshow killing eleven people — andrew hill — has been found not guilty of manslaughter. theresa may appeals to eu leaders for help in getting her brexit deal through parliament — but warns of a "moment of crisis" if mps reject it. and a successful splashdown for america‘s new astronaut capsule as it arrives home from a trip to the international space station.
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here‘s your business headlines on afternoon live. the boss of sports direct, mike ashley has made a bid to take control of debenhams. his company — sports direct, which owns 30% of debenhams shares — says it wants to remove all members of the department store‘s board and appoint mr ashley as chief executive. debenhams, which issued a profit warning earlier this week, said it was disappointed by sports direct‘s actions. norway has announced it will reduce its government‘s investment in the oil and gas industries — it has billions of dollars worth of shares in companies like bp and shell. it says its a way for norway to become less reliant on oil and not an indication of what it think the oil price will be doing in the future. a government report has found that encouraging more women to start businesses could unlock £250bn for the economy. the rose review found that while one in three uk
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entrepreneurs is a woman, their firms are on average half the size of men‘s. it‘s international women‘s day. the government report today, looking at the way entrepreneurs get a good start, and there‘s problem here? yeah so there is a massive gap in the amount of money led to female entrepreneurs versus male. it‘s quite staggering, actually, £32 million were giving to women, 5 billion to mail. so a big gap there, clearly a problem. so what's going on? funny you should ask that! lacey hunter—felton is the founder of hunter collective, which is a new co—working space for beauty professionals. you‘re an entrepreneur, did you find it hard to raise finance? yes, it was a complicated situation but we got there in the end. we started to
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friends and family and i have to say that half my investors where women, so that half my investors where women, so that was an incredible help. but i was pregnant at the time, so it was quite the journey. what is it about women that is a problem, do you think, for banks, venture capitalists and also other investors ? capitalists and also other investors? i don't think there's a problem with investing in women, i think that men or banks or ecs, they just may be reduced to women coming to the front and asking for money. —— maybe aren't used to. i think that culture needs to change and evolve, because there are incredible businesses under credible women out there, and the stats show that we have incredible ideas to work with. —— and incredible. have incredible ideas to work with. -- and incredible. set in the past, there‘s been lots of research into this and it shows that women are less likely to take the risk and become entrepreneurs. is that part
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of the problem, the confidence issue? i think historically potential that was the problem but i think women have really stepped up and grasped and found the confidence and grasped and found the confidence and found their voice. and i'm so excited by the entrepreneurs i have around me who are really making changes, pushing boundaries and pushing that women's voice forward. what are the biggest challenges for women entrepreneurs and yourself?” think that having families are a factor. i think people wonder, if you're going to be able to be up for the challenge of committing. i think asi the challenge of committing. i think as i said, historically, do we know enough about technology, are we building up? i think, enough about technology, are we building up? ithink, yes enough about technology, are we building up? i think, yes we are. we are incredibly tech savvy, we love learning new things and i think with families, it's about worklife balance, but a revolution and moving things forward. women are incredibly good at taking on the unknown are
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making a positive. —— about worklife balance and revolution. thank you, lacey. the markets the ftse has been pretty down most of the day, in negative territory. what has been released dark is the dow, the s and p. getting to thatjobs data, a big difference between what was expected and what has happened in the us. because of that expectation being slashed we have seen that. and the dollar is slightly down against the pound but onlyjust. see you later. thanks. president donald trump has said he feels "very badly" for his formr campaign chairman, paul manafort, who was sentenced to nearly four years in prison for financial crimes uncovered as part of an inquiry by the us special counsel into suspected collusion between mr trump‘s presidential campaign and russia.
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speaking to the press in alabama, the president reiterated: "i don‘t collude with russia". i feel very badly ifeel very badly for i feel very badly for paul manafort. i think it‘s been a very tough time for him but if you notice, both his lawyer, a highly respected man and a very highly respected judge, the judge, said there was no collusion with russia. this had nothing to do with russia. this had nothing to do with collision. there was no collusion. it‘s a collusion hoax. it's collusion. it‘s a collusion hoax. it‘s a collusion witchhunt. i don‘t couude it‘s a collusion witchhunt. i don‘t collude with russia. ijust want it‘s a collusion witchhunt. i don‘t collude with russia. i just want to tell you that his lawyer went out of his way, actually, to make a statement last night, no collusion with russia. there was absolutely none. thejudge, i mean, for whatever reason, i was very honoured by it, also made the statement that this had nothing to do with collision with russia. so, you know, keep it going, let‘s go, keep the
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hoax going. senator said there is no collusion, look at devin nunes and the house intelligence committee, they said there‘s no collusion, and guess what, there is none. the operators of one of the uk‘s oldest nuclear power stations say they hope to restart it, despite finding hundreds of cracks in the bricks which make up its core. it‘s been a year since the reactor at the hunterston power station, in north ayrshire, last generated electricity. the owner of the plant, edf energy, has released the first images of the cracks, as kevin keane reports. these are the first images of some of the 370 cracks found on the graphite bricks which make up the reactor‘s core. the one at hunterston hasn‘t generated electricity for a year now. underneath here is a graphite core. they know that once it restarts, the problem will get worse, but are convinced they can operate well within safe limits. we have demonstrated our operational allowance. we‘ve demonstrated our safety allowa nce. this cliff edge is still
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to be demonstrated. it has got a huge safety margin before we‘re anywhere near a cliff edge. so this is a life—size model of one of the graphite bricks. this is it here — and the nuclear fuel sits inside this wider chamber. the control rods that allow you to shut down the reactor slide in and out of here. the cracks have appeared inside this smaller section that locks them all together. the big fear is an earthquake distorting the fuel channels. this simulated reactor at bristol university is examining the response to being shaken. the structural integrity of the graphite core has always been known to be the ultimate limiting factor to the lifetime of these reactors. so, ultimately, there may come a point in time where those reactors have to come offline, and they‘re not able to restart. edf still doesn‘t know when it would like to restart hunterston b. it says safety will always be its priority. kevin keane, bbc news.
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a group of takeaway owners in bristol and north somerset have come together to try to find ways to reduce the amount of plastic they use. the consumption of takeaway food is increasing in the uk — and single—use containers have a major environmental impact because they are difficult to recycle. sarah—jane bungay reports a jalfrezi is always a popular choice at chutney‘s takeaway in weston—super—mare. but much of the food here goes out in single use plastic. i‘d love to find an alternative. and the other thing is we‘d have to look at the pricing as well. if they‘re going to cost 50, 60p a container, are my customers going to pay for it? that‘s the other thing we need to look at as well. and it was his daughter who encouraged her dad to think about alternatives after watching blue planet. he is trying really, really hard, but it can... it's a struggle. he's used it for a very, very long time. over 2 million tonnes of plastic packaging is used in the uk every year. the vast majority is new,
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rather than recycled. one takeaway can use between 600 and 800 plastic containers a weak. and 800 plastic containers ——a week. the containers at chutney‘s cost around 8p each for the owner. alternatives will cost substantially more. pressure‘s really been rising on takeaway companies and food companies more generally to reduce the amount of plastic they use. that‘s coming mainly from consumer pressure. the more you reuse those plastic takeaway container pots, the lower the carbon footprint and the plastic pollution is. so really, if there‘s one message it‘s to reuse those takeaway containers as lunch containers or for other uses, rather than just throw them straight away. that‘s the most environmentally efficient thing to do. this man is leading the way in trying to get takeaways to put sustainable packaging on the menu. nobody really looked into this industry to see to see what kind of innovations we can bring, and obviously plastic being the cheapest and most available product, they always
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go for that. then you‘ve got the bags, then you‘ve got the salad bags, then you‘ve got the wrapping that comes with it. they alljust go to landfill. i think with education, with teaching, we can change that. the government is currently consulting about a plastics tax. it would apply to plastic packaging with less than 30% recycled content. just like the jalfrezi, this is a hot topic, with many watching the outcome closely. time for a look at the weather. here‘s sarah. the weekend is almost upon us and the weather is looking somewhat mixed over the next couple of days. we started friday with some sunshine but skies have been clouding over from the west. this was the picture a little earlier in the day. and there has been patchy rain moving eastwards a cross there has been patchy rain moving eastwards across the country as we move into the evening, it will stay breezy and most of the rainbow clear. but it will still be showery through the evening and overnight.
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the bulk of the rain has been down to this weather front putting eastwards a cross to this weather front putting eastwards across the uk, clouding over a cross eastwards across the uk, clouding over across eastern areas that some sunshine earlier in the day. later into the evening, it is soggy for many of us but to some late some time for northern ireland and into the evening and overnight, as the rain peers away from southern and eastern england, cleaner and drier conditions for many of us. more showers across the high ground of scotland, rain and hill snow for northern ireland and the north west of england. 2—3 in the north, 4—7 in the south, a touch of frost in the countryside. the weekend is still looking pretty and settle because we have this westerly influence to our weather. the winds coming in from the atlantic opening for further areas of low pressure and showers at times. it will be quite a blustery weekend and we will feel quite cold for the time of year. some rain showers, a bit of snow over the hills in the north but certainly not a write off, there will be some sunshine too. on saturday the best of sunshine will be a the southern
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half of england and when is, for the north more of those showers will entrap the sunshine and those will fall as snow over the high ground of scotla nd fall as snow over the high ground of scotland and northern england. temperatures in the north about 7—9 orso, we temperatures in the north about 7—9 or so, we could get a 14 celsius, relatively mild to the south—east. sunday, another day of sunny spells in blustery showers. wintry showers once again with sleet and snow across parts of northern england, northern ireland and scotland. driest and brightest or the south—east. but you will notice the strength of these westerly winds on sunday. so although temperatures on the face of it are about 5—10, call for the time of year anyway, it will feel colder than that when you‘re exposed to the brisk westerly breeze. staying weather and settled into next week, too. more showers, especially in the north and north—west. slightly drier and milder with a bit more sunshine to the south and east. that‘s it for now. goodbye.
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