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hello this is bbc newsroom live. the headlines... there's still deadlock over the brexit negotiations, just a day before mps are due to vote again on theresa may's deal. you're watching bbc newsroom live. we arejust i'm joanna gosling in westminster, we are just getting work from her spokesman that she is committed to at the start of another crucial hold the three brexit votes this week for the prime minister. week. despite speculation that those unless and until something changes, might be postponed. here is what we expected there's still deadlock over the brexit negotiations, just a day before mps are due a leading brexiteer says she's to vote again on theresa may's deal. likely to lose again. a leading brexiteer says she's in very simple terms, if you ask the same question, you are likely to get pretty likely to lose again. in very simple terms, much the same answer. if you ask the same question, you are likely to get pretty much there are rumours that the prime minister will pull the vote tomorrow the same answer. and then pull the vote on wednesday and then pull the vote on wednesday you re watching bbc newsroom live. and thursday to. whatever she does tomorrow, i don't think she will i'm joanna gosling in westminster, at the start of another crucial week pull the votes. for theresa may and her brexit deal. i'm carrie gracie, with the other pressure mounts on boeing main stories this morning. pressure mounts on boeing after the ethiopia air disaster, downing street confirms there'll be after the ethiopia air disaster, china grounds all its 737 max—8s china grounds all its 737 max—8s another meaningful vote in the commons tomorrow. for urgent checks. for urgent checks. a leading brexiteer says the prime minister's likely to lose again. three of the seven british nationals, who were three of the seven british nationals killed, have been named. who were killed have been named. the father of one of them, in very simple terms, the father of one of them, if you ask the same question,
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un workerjoanna toole, un workerjoanna toole, you are likely to get pretty much paid tribute to her. paid tribute to her. i'm very proud of what she achieved, the same answer. it is just tragic that she couldn't yeah, i'm very proud i'm carrie gracie, with the other of what she achieved. carry on to further her career main stories this morning. it's just tragic that she couldn't carry on to further her and achieve more. ethiopian airlines says the flight recorders have been recovered from the wreckage of the plane, career and achieve more. that crashed on sunday, a 27—year old man killing 157 people. is due in court today charged with assaulting aston villa's jack grealish a 27—year—old man is due in court birmingham city fan paul mitchell today, charged with assaulting on the pitch during a game. pleads guilty to assaulting aston villa's jack grealish aston villa's jack grealish your chance to shape our coverage. on the pitch during a game. on the pitch during the bbc is in bradford all week, and — your chance to and — your chance to taking an in—depth look at the shape our coverage. shape our coverage. the bbc is in bradford all week, city, and we want to hear what the bbc is in bradford all week, taking an in—depth look at the city taking an in—depth look at the city stories you want us to cover. and we want to hear what stories and we want to hear what stories and coming up, how the theft of nearly 10,000 sheep across england and wales last year you want us to cover. you want us to cover. has resulted in only one charge by police. england women's put the manager phil good morning. neville says they need to be a this is newsroom live with joanna gosling, live from westminster at the start greater deterrent to stop football good morning. fans invading the pitch before a of what we expect to be a crucial
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this is newsroom live with joanna gosling, player or official is seriously week for brexit and theresa may. live from westminster at the start hurt. a man has been charged with of what we expect to be a crucial invading the pitch and assaulting in the last hour, downing week for brexit and theresa may. aston villa'sjack street has insisted that theresa may is committed to holding invading the pitch and assaulting aston villa's jack grealish during yesterday's championship match away a meaningful vote on brexit with only a day to go before mps tomorrow as planned, at the birmingham city. the game are due to be given a second vote following speculation that it stopped briefly as a fan jumped out could be postponed, on theresa may's brexit withdrawal of the crowd at st andrews and ran agreement, downing street has or have its status downgraded. up of the crowd at st andrews and ran up to the villa captain who was led conceded that negotiations mps had warned the government away by stewards and police. jack that the prime minister would lose the confidence of the house grealish was able to continue, he with the eu remain deadlocked. even went on to score the winning of commons, if she failed to allow the vote to go ahead. goal for villa. when you are on the number 10 says talks will continue earlier, number 10 conceded today but there are no plans pitch like jack grealish or chris brexit negotiations for the attorney general, smalling, because you are that much with brussels were deadlocked. geoffrey cox, to join them — 0ur assistant political editor, in the zone, you bubbly don't and theresa may isn't expected realise what is going on. you go to make a last—minute trip to brussels. home and you see the actual footage, norman smith, is here. andi home and you see the actual footage, and ijust home and you see the actual footage, and i just think that something the political machinations that are serious will happen. i am actually sort of scared because i hear it all unfolding, norman. ithink we i say it is another crunch week, it the time, it has got to happen, the the political machinations that are unfolding, norman. i think we are in is like groundhog day? we all the land of confused dot—com. i thought this week would be a crunch death threats on social media, the don't think anyone knows what will but signs are it could be in fact a homophobia, the racist stuff, i don't think we need to put up with happen beyond tomorrow, but what we delay, again! so, tomorrow is meant it anymore. a man also got past stuart and ran onto the pitch in now know is that number ten say to be the big vote on mrs may's arsenal's game with manchester there will be a meaningful vote united. he appeared to make contact tomorrow. what it will actually
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meaningful deal, her brexit deal. there are signs that because she with united defender chris smalling beyond, what it will say, we are knows that she's heading to a likely before being led away. the match told will become clearer this defeat, as she has done seek to resulted in a first premier league afternoon when the motion will defeat for a legal or social as fudge it, by not having a vote on united's caretaker manager. here is actually be published so we can see her deal but having a vote on the what it is that mps are going to be how the top of the premier league sort of deal she thinks parliament would approve and which she hopes table looks after the weekend wins voting on. the assumption is always for the top two including been that is going to be the end of the eu might agree to. a vote on her deal plus the sort of concessions liverpool's 11—2 victory over mrs may's deal. there was then an burnley. the gap stays atjust one awful lot of speculation, calls by she feels the eu needs to make on point. defeat for spurs and the backstop. the pluses about that manchester united, while chelsea's draw with wolves mean arsenal are some senior tory brexiteers to the effect that actually, not a good are you avoid potential shattering the winners in that race for a idea to hold a vote that will go defeat. you could probably shelve champions league spot at the moment. under thundering defeat so maybe you 0n the rugby union and if england the vote on wednesday on no deal, are to win an unlikely six nations title at the weekend, they will have which could open up all sorts of to do it without their influential have a vote with concessions on what splits and you can probably also you want see from the eu. that idea forward. the saracens lock isn't shelve the vote on thursday by included in the 31 man training hasn't quite been kibosh, number ten delaying article 50, which would squad ahead of the meeting with have a huge humiliation for mrs may. adjust saying it is a meaningful scotla nd squad ahead of the meeting with scotland at twickenham on sunday. he vote and we will tell you better has returned to his club to continue when we publish the motion, which is the downside, you'll most certainly strange because they could quite provoke uproar. certainly, the his rehabilitation after two separate knee injuries have seen him speaker will blow his top. fury easily say, what a ridiculous idea, sidelined since the ireland game on amongst many mps who feel they have the opening weekend of the thatis easily say, what a ridiculous idea, that is not what they are saying. it
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been misled. that, certainly, was tournament. meanwhile, tommy seymour is still percolating in the the view of yvette cooper he was atmosphere. if that is what they do has been ruled out of scotland's asked this morning. there are final six nations match with england eventually go for, they would be with a rib injury. the same problem uproar in the commons because many i’uitioui's asked this morning. there are rumours that their prime minister thatis with a rib injury. the same problem that is affecting his opposite people will take the view that mrs will pull the votes this week. winger blair kinghorn. both were may has gone back on her word. that injured on saturday against wales whatever she does tomorrow, i do not was the view of yvette cooper she believe she will pull the votes on andjoin injured on saturday against wales and join stuart hogg on the injury spoke about it this morning. list. the scots haven't won at i'io believe she will pull the votes on twickenham since 1983. now for there are rumours that the prime no deal and extending article 50. minister will pull the vote tomorrow she gave me her word and parliament and then pull the vote on wednesday england to win at the six nations and thursday too. her word. she gave me her word and parliament title, they will need to beat whatever she does tomorrow, herword. ido she gave me her word and parliament her word. i do not believe the prime i don't believe she will pull minister was straight up lie on scotla nd title, they will need to beat scotland and hope that wales slip up tomorrow, and then pull the vote something so important as this. the against ireland on saturday. the on wednesday and thursday too. the votes on no deal irish warmed up for cardiff with a and extending article 50. reason yvette cooper says it would bonus point win over france. earls she gave me her word, she gave parliament her word. bea reason yvette cooper says it would be a straight up lie is because the and i don't believe prime minister said at the dispatch scored the all—importa nt that the prime minister box that there would be a vote on my bonus point win over france. earls scored the all—important fourth try would straight up lie on something in dublin, that was his 30th for his deal and no deal and a vote on country and helps keep ireland's six so important as this. article 50. but the maths, frankly, nations hopes alive. we will try to there are reasons for thinking that mrs may will not go just for a looks extraordinarily daunting for mrs may that the reishi decides to straightforward vote on a deal. focus on what we can control, it is numberone, straightforward vote on a deal. number one, likely she'll go down to go down. there has been no real sign a significant defeat. number two, pretty ha rd to focus on what we can control, it is pretty hard to control wales. they of softening of opinion amongst the make themselves very difficult to she would then have to hold a photon control. we will just brexiteers. the attempts to woo make themselves very difficult to control. we willjust try make themselves very difficult to control. we will just try to make themselves very difficult to control. we willjust try to do the best we can to recover over these next two days, and then maybe get labourmps, brexiteers. the attempts to woo labour mps, they haven't picked up together and maybe try and win ruling out no deal, which risks, more than a few labour mps and there
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thursday and head to wales. is just no momentum revolts, up on her back benches in more than a few labour mps and there isjust no momentum behind the prime minister's deal. leading breaks england's t20 side dominated once the following day, a subsequent vote again to complete a 3—0 series win on delaying article 50, she has here, mark francois, was asked about sworn blind that she does not want here, mark francois, was asked about over the west indies in st kitts. to do, lots of reasons why she might her chances of getting the deal after the coast were bowled out for not want to hold that through. here is his response. straightforward meaningful vote but unlikely. to use a favourite phrase, 71, england got an eight wicket top of them, very hard to see how nothing has changed. the house voted victory. british number one kyle she can possibly hope to win it edmund eased into the third round of because the brexiteers really have it down by 230 votes. it was the not budged. as this morning, mark indian wells, who beat the number 86 biggest defeat for a government and in straight sets dropping just two francois. i think it's very unlikely, because, parliament in parliamentary history. games on the way to setting up a to use her favourite phrase, because negotiations seem to installed, unless geoffrey cox comes meeting with romanian qualifier. nothing has changed. the house of commons voted up installed, unless geoffrey cox comes up on something amazing overnight, co nsett got we will essentially be voting on it down by 230 votes, it was the biggest defeat exactly the same withdrawal for a government in agreement that we voted on last meeting with romanian qualifier. consett got through —— excuse me, parliamentary history, joe consett got knocked out. ronnie and because the negotiations seem time. in simple terms, if you ask to have stalled, unless geoffrey cox 0'sullivan has became the first the same question, you are likely to comes up with something amazing player to make 1000 career century get pretty much the same answer.m breaks, and he did it in style. overnight, we will essentially be voting on exactly the same is worth stressing that none of this 0'sullivan closing in on the withdrawal agreement has been confirmed by number ten. milestone in very relaxed fashion. he decided to switch from his right that we voted on last time, equally, they have not kibosh to the hand to his left to pot the red that and in very simple terms, idea. be very easy for number ten if you ask the same question, spokesman to say what a difference you are likely to get pretty much
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brought up the hundred. 0'sullivan idea, delaying again, that is not achieved the feet at the what they are saying. they civilly the same answer. championship in preston. he won the will not talk about tomorrow's vote and what it will be a vote on. we in brussels, watching all this, they title with a 10—4 victory against heard from the eu chief negotiator, australia's neil robinson. and that seem unamused, unimpressed. we heard heard from the eu chief negotiator, he said the negotiations now, not is all of the sport for now. we will between brussels and the uk from barnier, saying that have more for you at around 12:15pm. negotiations are no longer between government, they between the uk us and the british government, they government, they between the uk government and british parliament. are between government and let's return to brexit — thank you, norman. tomorrow, mps are parliament. leo varadkar said that it is no good that the british and return tojoanna at westminster parliament coming back and telling us what they want. we are way past scheduled to take part in what is described as the second meaningful we are getting work through from that. it is to a half years to late vote. exactly what is it? it is a downing street! —— we are getting vote. exactly what is it? it is a vote in the commons where the mps of for that. it seems there are no real word from downing street that there voting in favour or against of the will be three sequential votes this negotiations going on except a week if a vote on theresa may's technical level. no sign that the deal to reason may negotiator with the eu. you may mail may remember brexit deal, the so—called meaningful vote is lost by the that mps voted against that attorney—general is going back to government. all of the expectation brussels or mrs may so we are in agreement in january. she that mps voted against that agreement injanuary. she lost it by is that it is likely that the 230 votes and it is looking like the government will lose that vote deadlock land. the tory mp who was tomorrow if it goes ahead. the vote, what is put before mps government says it will go ahead. supporting an amendment that is putting forward with yvette cooper tomorrow, will be complete and change what they voted for before. because the motion was lost in to effectively the government's hand many asking the question what is the january by 230 votes. even if the to effectively the government's hand to unfold in the pulmonary process point in mps voting on that when it has tweeted to say that he assured
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is almost certain to reason may government can win more support to would lose the vote again? let is its withdrawal agreement, it is the prime minister will honour the votes of the commitments and if not thought to be unlikely the covenant she will forfeit the confidence of here from our reality check will get that through. in that case, the house of commons. if she doesn't go ahead with those votes are there would be a vote the following correspondence, chris morris, who is scheduled, what would the potential looking the permutations as we go day on ruling out mps having the impact to be? there will be uproar. into this week. well, i realise, we chance to rule out, no deal, the day after that is a another vote, the the speaker will blow his top. there will be a move fast tracked by the cannot bring you chris morris so possibility of extending the vote. in other words, us not leaving the likes of nick foles and yvette eu on the 29th of march as has been let's get the views now of the cooper to try and put parliament in at the date in the diary for so control of the brexit process, to defence minister, tobias ellwood. long. the reason this is important welcome, thank you forjoining us. pull the brake on no deal. trouble is because there has been a lot of feels like we been here before, speculation about whether those two is, to do that, it is never been done before, you need time to get doesn't it? if there is no vote this votes in the aftermath of the withdrawal agreement votes tomorrow week on being to rule out no deal, may not happen. there has been a how would you react that? to step huge amount of anger here at that legislation through. we are westminster at the prospect of that. less than a fortnight away from the back, the seriousness and gravity of westminster at the prospect of that. we was speaking to a government final eu summit and i think many this week is not lost on anybody, minister earlier who said it is from the privacy downwards. we are absolutely imperative that if people think, too late, that moment theresa may loses the vote on her has passed, even though i think deal tomorrow, mps get the chance to there will be an attempt to put reevaluating a critical relationship rule out no deal. the government are with europe. the chronology of this parliament in the driving seat. let's hear now from our reality week is very important. tomorrow, we saying this morning that the prime check correspondent, chris morris, understand there is a vote upon the looking at all the possible minister's commitment to hold the permutations as we go meaningful vote and as far as i three brexit votes still holds, and into this big week. understand, that will continue to go the meaningful vote will take place so unless and until something ahead. if that fails, and this is a changes, here is what we are tomorrow, the motion on it will be
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published later today. they are expecting this week. message to the erg caucus, there has another meaningful vote saying, "don't speculate as to what on the deal theresa may has agreed with the eu, to bea that emotion may be." let's take a message to the erg caucus, there has to be a vote on no deal, the that is on withdrawal agreement look at what may be unfolding over consensus of parliament taken on the course of the week, and what is and the accompanying political declaration what the position is no deal and i on the future relationship. supposed to happen in the coming days. tomorrow, mps will get another now, if it passes, which is looking have been consistent to say it would chance to vote on of the prime unlikely, well, it would have to be turned into legislation damage our economy, our security, minister's withdrawal agreement. in which would also have actually damage our international the previous vote injanuary, the to get through parliament. reputation at the very time when the government was defeated by 230 and if that happens, world is getting more complicated it would mean the uk votes. if it passes this time, the would leave the eu with a deal. major barrier to the uk leaving the and more chaotic. western partners need to defend western values by eu on the 29th of march will have selling together. you are would that happen been cleared, although further legislation will be required to on time by march 29th? well, the timing is now incredibly speculating as to what might happen ensure a smooth exit. if mps vote in the case of no deal, as far as i tight which means a short technical against the deal again, the government is due to table those extension could well be needed understand, there will be a further votes i was just mentioning if the eu agreed to get meaningful vote tomorrow. the clock later this week, starting with a that deal over the line. is kicking down. it is important but back to the beginning, vote on wednesday in which mps will if the government fails to win that given where we are, if the deal be asked if they support leaving the at the meaningful vote, then we are expecting is not supported by my colleagues, eu without a withdrawal agreement a vote on whether mps and a framework for a future relationship on the 29th of march. want to leave with no deal. my parliamentary colleagues, there is opportunity to remove no deal is it is essentially giving the mps the opportunity to decide whether to if they say, yes we do, well, a default position. what is the that is what would happen. point of voting again tomorrow and back or rule out the uk leaving the exactly point of voting again tomorrow and exa ctly sa m e but it is pretty clear there is no point of voting again tomorrow and exactly same that was voted down by eu with no deal in place. if mps majority in the house vote to rule out a no—deal brexit, of commons for no deal. 230 mp5 exactly same that was voted down by 230 mps in january? i understand so that would take us to the next vote promised by the government where we are in that. the parameter the following day, on thursday, mps
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are expected to get the opportunity on extending article 50 and delaying brexit. is not only been negotiating with to vote on whether they support a if that also fails to pass, well, the eu but also with a caucus of our the default position short extension of article 50's two is again down there, we leave on march 29 party. the very people who were the year negotiating period. if mps with no deal in place. backed a motion, then the uk would but if mps vote in favour architects of the brexit project in of a delay, there are ask the eu for an extension beyond the first place. they need to the original deadline of friday the probably two options. recognise that if the priming is could there be a third meaningful 29th of march. the european deposit like deal is not supported vote with the government hoping to win over wavering brexiteers? tomorrow, and we remove no dealfrom the table, the very likelihood is an commission spokesperson has been maybe. extension of article 50 and an ever and if it passed, again, responding to a question about we would need new legislation, theresa may and jean—claude juncker softer brexit or perhaps not leaving and then at some stage, wood telephone conversation last the uk would leave with the eu at all. that must focus the a withdrawal deal in place. minds of those in the erg, who are night. president jean-claude juncker but if a third meaningful vote choosing to stand up and not support indeed spoke to my melissa theresa failed or if there simply wasn't one, then we end up here, by minister. you keep talking about may on the phone last night. they the uk seeking a brexit delay 10 watts being very outspoken what took stock of the work done at which would mean it wouldn't leave they want, what about those in the eu on march 29th. technical level over the weekend. no favour of a softer erg. which is big questions follow from that, of course, number one, further meetings at political level will be eu agree to that delay? are scheduled, but both sides will they would certainly that vote to real out no deal?|j want to know what an extension of article 50 was four. favour of a softer erg. which is that vote to real out no deal? i am remain in close contact this week. and number two, how long here making that case. what is the an extension could last? threat to theresa may. the idea that the commission has made proposals on a short one wouldn't make a huge amount of difference, a longer one, perhaps as long as 21 months further reassurances of the would raise huge political backstop. if the backs of his youth, issues on all sides. erg can act as a caucus, this
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dragged anchor to the point where it will apply temporarily. we are the prime minister ashley has negotiate with erg, it is not good committed to using our best for our party orfor negotiate with erg, it is not good endeavours to find a subsequent for our party or for britain. well looking ahead to what may happen. agreement that replaces the done for speaking over the backstop. we are ready to launch a demonstrators who are out there in 0ur political correspondence he has force as they have been of course been listening to the shadow chancellorjohn mcdonald. he has throughout this process. we keep going from week to week where we been speaking this morning. with all dedicated work stream on alternative start the week and we said to be a arrangements during the transition decisive week, what unfolds is period, and we here at the unclear at the moment. there was those brexit votes to this week, commission remain open and willing believe it or not, there is also a that carefully laid scheduled of what was expected this week, whether to meet with uk negotiators at any spring statement from the chancellor it happens, we read don't know at in the middle of that due to come on time. we are committed to ratifying this stage! let as here from our wednesday. some uncertainty around reality check correspondence he was looking at what may unfold this this deal before the 29th of march. that, depending on what kind of week. unless and until something brexit is to happen, he might act in it is now for the house of commons a very different way. there are changes, here is what we expected this week. another meaningful vote to ta ke it is now for the house of commons to take an important set of on the deal to reason may has agreed decisions this week. well, that is rumours that the chancellor is with the eu. that's on the saying, i have money to spend on withdrawal agreement and the accompanying political declaration public services, if parliament were on the future relationship. if it to go for a deal. 0r the spokesperson. labour mp peter kyle is here. you did have a plan to public services, if parliament were to go for a deal. or it could be a passes, which is looking unlikely, different matter. what you think of it would have to be turned into that? i think it sounds like a legislation, which also had to get bribe. if he has money to spend, he put something forward. your plan was through parliament and if that should be spending it now. he has a
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happens, it would mean the uk would to put an amendment forward that boast about solving the deficit and leave the eu with a deal. will it would effectively say, "yes, let's he has this money to spare. all he is done is shift the deficit on two party withdrawal agreement, but it happen on time? the timing is has to go back to the people for a incredibly tight, which means a second referendum." the plan is we head teachers, local government leaders and nhs managers. there will short, technical extension could well be needed if the eu agreed to withhold consent for the bill until be saying, if you have money, spend get that deal over the line. back to the voters have her had a it in our school or hospital now. confirmatory vote on it. we would get the police back on the streets the beginning, if the government because the crisis that we have got fails to win the meaningful vote, withhold consent, allow it to pass through parliament to avoid about our children being stabbed. then we are expecting a vote on gridlock, then allow the public to all that money should be invested say whether the deal is fit for them whether mps want to leave with no or not. that means we break the now. he should not use it as sample deal. if they say yes, that is what gridlock in parliament but we get a definitive end, because it is little con trick. presumably, he is would happen. but it is pretty clear binding on parliament. this will that there is no majority in the work because it is a compromise. i waiting over the uncertainty of house of commons for no deal so that brexit. is he right to wait? he is we ta ke house of commons for no deal so that we take is to the next vote promised don't think right now, parliament is one of the key figures who could ina by the government on extending don't think right now, parliament is in a compromising mood. i think we have a government which is asking resolve the uncertainty. apart from article 50 and delaying brexit. if that also fails to pass, the default the prime minister, the chancellor the mps just to give way and do is probably the most powerful person exactly what it demands. we have the position is then again down there, cabinet. he should be standing up in the interest of the come country and we leave on march 29 with no deal in dup and erd and remainers and leave us, we have two front benches all place. if mps vote in favour of the acting in different ways. because of delay, there are properly two the way the prime minister has been options. could there be a third talk about that deal. i figured as meaningful vote? with the government acting few the last few days with political cowardice as well as incompetence. my view, i think he such ambiguity and chaos, the mood hoping to win over wavering
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brexiteers. maybe. it passed, we in parliament is not moving towards has betrayed us all. when it comes a compromise, it has been quite to the votes later this week if they would need new legislation and some un—compromising. a compromise, it has been quite un-compromising. 18 days to go, why stage the uk would leave with the not just test it? happen as we expect them to, will withdrawal deal in place. the third un-compromising. 18 days to go, why notjust test it? why not put the you vote for an extension of article amendment forward? when we put it meaningful vote failed although forward , amendment forward? when we put it forward, i think we have to respect wasn't one, then we end up in, the the wishes of parliament. i am 50 and if so, why? we will vote raring to go will stop we have the against theresa may's deal because uk seeking a brexit delay, which numbers, but we have the numbers in it looks to be the same deal as means it wouldn't leave on march 29. the right circumstances. it is a before with a catastrophic defeat, backbench initiative, we are we will vote against no deal big questions following from that, listening to people from all over will the eu agreed that delay? they parliament. when the mood is right certainly because of the disastrous effect onjobs certainly want to know what an for a compromise, we will move past certainly because of the disastrous effect on jobs and our economy. i think she's going to come back and extension of article 50 was fourth. the bits, we don't even know yet almost inevitably have to look for what the motion will be tomorrow. some form of extension. brussels number two, how long an extension could last? short one would make a this morning we heard the prime have said to her very clearly, the minister was going to pull it, now extension has to be for a purpose. we know it is back on, they are huge amount of difference but a that purpose is either negotiating a refusing to tell us what the motion longer one, perhaps as long as 2! will be and what the wording will proper deal or getting the months would raise huge little be. in these circumstances, legislation through but the parliament is being bounced into a legislation, i think we have only issues on all sides. so, 18 days to come at short notice, intimate go until that brexit date that has decision which will affect people passed 200 out of 600 so far. for generations to come and our beenin go until that brexit date that has incompetence in a government the been in the diary for almost two likes of which we've not seen yea rs. been in the diary for almost two years. the 29th of march, whether we economy for generations to come. we will leave or not on that day need to make sure we act with before. you'd want an extension to delicacy and sensitivity in a very negotiate the kind of deal you have remains to be seen. the shadow been asking for? you've talked about chancellor has said that delay is difficult circumstances. what about all options being on the table and almost certainly inevitable now your own party's actions? it is there is confusion of the labour
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because even if theresa may's deal labour policy now to push for a position, some people will be we re because even if theresa may's deal were to get the go—ahead, getting second referendum. why is it down to confused with just under three weeks all the necessary legislation someone like you as a backbencher to to go until brexit, confusion about through before the 29th of march be putting this forward? would you what you are calling for? first, which be almost impossible. he'll be like to see your party formally nailed the issue of no deal and get table a motion and whip it? speaking shortly, we will have full coverage of his speech and much more like to see your party formally table a motion and whip mm like to see your party formally table a motion and whip it? it is a really pragmatic approach. ifjeremy that of the table. vote against the government deal because it is reaction throughout the day to all corbyn under the front bench do a disastrous but also, we have said of the live events here from there is another option of a deal westminster. for now, motion, it won't win. it is very that we have put forward, brussels seem to think that is the basis for back the studio. difficult to get mps from other negotiation so will still argue for party to support the front bench of that but we have also said, if there other parties. having this as an the black box flight recorder has initiative from the backbenches is a cannot be agreement about that or of some mps are saying we are willing been recovered from the crashed really smart move. the question is ethiopian airlines plane that killed whether they will whip it if we do to vote for that but want it 157 people on sunday — including seven uk nationals. push for a vote, and that will confirmed in another public vote, we joanna toole who was from devon, and worked happen. we know for a fact that the will support that is well. we have for the united nations, was among those labour party, unless another motion who lost their lives. the ethiopian airlines boeing 737 which suits the mood better at that abided by our democratic decisions at the party conference and kept the was on its way to kenya. faith but we are in a situation now it was the second crash in five time comes forward, they will whip months involving this where this government is so for our amendment. 0ur amendment is specific type of plane. incompetent, my view is move out and in response, china, indonesia let us get on with it. the second and ethiopian airlines have grounded cross— party for our amendment. 0ur amendment is cross—party with cross—party support the latest model of their boeing 737 and has a better chance of bringing for safety checks. referendum that many your mps want, james waterhouse reports. the consensus for what i think the you don't seem to be moving towards public are desperate for at the that very rapidly? we have. we put moment. the country are way ahead of our politics at the moment. the this is where ethiopian airlines country want this to end, they want on the table and parliament. you flight 302 came down, consensus, they want a grown—up table a motion in your own name this just six minutes and 37 miles solution to a very complicated week. this week, we have agreed problem. that is what i think we into its journey. across the party and even the
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peoples vote campaign is a set we've have brought forward, creative, it's not yet clear what caused imaginative, it offers a definitive end to it. let's get this done. lets got to use this and then move on, a the 737 max—8 to crash. there were 149 passengers see what unfolds. we have been told realistic deal or going back to the not to spank it on what the wording and eight crew on board. of the vote tomorrow will be, but we people. thank you. we have some aviation experts suspect it plunged vertically into the ground will get clarity later when it is published. we have lots more and exploded on impact. reaction through the day here at breaking news coming in on shamima there are victims from 35 westminster. in a moment we'll have different countries. many were on their way all the business news, to a united nations conference begum. her mother has written to her but first the headlines in nairobi, including 36—year—old lawyer to ask the home secretary to joanna toole. on bbc news... now her father has paid tribute reconsider the decision to remove saying it's tragic she won't be able downing street confirms the vote the citizenship of shamima begum. on theresa may's brexit deal to achieve more in her career will go ahead tomorrow — she is requesting it as an act of the motion will be with the un. published later today. mercy following new information, i'll probably remember her which is the news that the newborn as actually far too hard working for her own good. baby has died. more on the main the flight recorders story is coming up but first we say there was many a time from the ethiopian airlines plane, that crashed on sunday, have been goodbye to viewers on bbc two. i advised her to take it easy but when you've got a vocation, recovered by investigators. when you've got a passion for something, it's not a 16—year—old boy is the second person to be charged like an ordinary 9—5job. with the murder ofjodie chesney, also named is polar tourism who was stabbed in a park in east london. the black box flight recorder has expert sarah auffret, who was on her way to discuss been recovered from the crashed ethiopian airlines plane that killed tackling plastic 157 people on sunday — pollution in the seas. including seven uk nationals. joanna toole who was from devon, and worked
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for the united nations, three piece suites are out, was among those yesterday in south london, who lost their lives. ben kuria heard that his father, the ethiopian airlines boeing 737 and electric toothbrushes are in — was on its way to kenya. joseph waithaka, was among the dead. found out that nearly everybody had it was the second crash in five that's according to the office months involving this passed away and it was just for national statistics who have specific type of plane. a frantic rush to work the phones updated the list of items it uses in response, china, indonesia to calculate inflation. to kind of try and get any envelopes and washing powder and ethiopian airlines have grounded are also gone, with baking trays, the latest model of their boeing 737 flavoured teas, and smart speakers for safety checks. information that we could get. new additions to the list. richard lister reports. the boeing 737—800 max is the same the number of people visiting type of aircraft bought by lion air stores in february saw it was a new plane with the biggest fall in five years. an experienced pilot that crashed off indonesia last in good conditions. october. but minutes after take—off, there, 189 passengers footfall fell by 2% year—on—year and crew were killed, across high streets, retail parks, and shopping centres. ethiopian airlines flight 302 also shortly after takeoff. it marked the fifteenth plunged into this farmland, month in a row of falls, the pressure is growing for boeing with northern ireland the only part killing everyone on board. of the uk to buck the trend. to guarantee the model's safety. tesla is increasing the price the fact there is so little of it ethiopian airlines has now grounded left suggests it fell almost of its electric cars after scaling all planes of the same model, vertically at great speed. back a plan to close stores as have china airlines and cayman from above, the crash airways. and cut costs. site appears contained, dominated by a single crater. boeing says it is deeply saddened and ready to help investigators. but the price rise wont apply the plane took off from james waterhouse, bbc news. the ethiopian capital, to the new mid—market model three. addis ababa, bound for nairobi. it departed 8:38am butjust earlier i spoke to our correspondent emmanuel igunza who updated us it wants to keep the cost of a model six minutes later, it about the investigation from the scene of three at £26,500 — to boost demand. vanished from the radar. the crash in bishoftu. it will now close "about half as many" stores — the pilot had reported to make the necessary savings. problems during the ascent and wanted to turn back.
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well, the recovery efforts have now entered the second day. and just behind me the authorities have now brought let's get more on the reshuffle in in several excavators. the basket of goods. it looks at they are digging, particularly whether you're shopping habits have into one area, where the plane hit changed over the last year. what climb and descent but particularly the ground when it crashed yesterday climb are the most things are you buying more of? and critical phases of flight. morning, sunday morning. what are you buying less of? that is that is just an industry standard across—the—board for all aircraft. and we have seen them anything that goes wrong in those what are you buying less of? that is what the 0ns looks at every year to making a bit of progress, stages is going to be more and the authorities have told us work out the most and least popular potentially, carry more consequences and worst—case scenario the main aim now, the main focus, items. it then uses those to would be catastrophic. is trying to find the remains ethiopian airlines is a respected of any of the passengers calculate how quickly prices are carrier and africa's biggest. who were on the plane. rising on average for everything but also, crucially, else we buy. it is called the basket it announced the delivery trying to find the black box of its first boeing which will offer some clues of goods, and it has had a 737 max—8 lastjune. to the investigators as to why this the plane that crashes only been plane crashed here in this farmland. reshuffle. in service since november. this year, smart speakers, but while a travel has never been like amazon's alexa, and, emmanuel, have you been have been added, along able to talk to any more with bakeware, peanut butter safer, it is the second time and clothes washing liquid, witnesses in the area who saw but envelopes and washing powder are out. an aircraft of this type has the plane coming down? crashed in five months. let's speak to the 0ns‘s deputy this is the wreckage from a lion air yes, indeed, and many of them are still here following the crash. 737 max—8 in indonesia last october. statistician. it is interesting we were speaking to some of them. because it gives us a real snapshot it also came down this area, particular area, of this, of what we are buying and is farmland, and there what is in trend and what is minutes after take—off. are just houses nearby. certainly not. that is certainly we spoke to some of them, they told the initial crash report focused on maintenance, faulty sensors us that at the moment of the crash, true. the basket of goods is very and the anti—stall system. important for us because it what they heard was a loud bang and then smoke billowing underpins, as you say, inflation
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from the scene. there was fire. measures. inflation measures are and you can see that very hugely important to everyone up and evidently here that some of the parts of the plane down the uk. they determine things like pension increases, and things. are very charred. we have seen they have made more progress in trying to get the debris, because this we use a basket of goods and services, we track around 700 items is very critical. in high levels of detail to understand what is going on with the british embassy in ethiopia has price rises. every year we have a process of reviewing that basket of goods and services to ask ourselves, said that anyone worried "does it still remain representative about a british relative who may have been affected by the crash can of what people are spending in the call them on 00 251116170100. united kingdom, is it really the headlines on bbc news... up—to—date? this year, we reviewed it, we put some things in, you mentioned things like smart speakers. we also had bluetooth deadlocked over the brexit speakers. we also had bluetooth speakers in. on the other hand, we negotiations, just a day before mps have also moved some technology are due to vote again on therese products out of the basket like hi-fi products out of the basket like hi—fi systems, that reflects the ma's deal. pressure mounts on boeing fa ct hi—fi systems, that reflects the fact that people are using smart and after the ethiopian air disaster. china grounds all of its 737 max bluetooth speakers. also food products change quite a lot, we have eights for urgent checks. added things this year like popcorn. a16—year—old boys the second person
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we also added in baking trays and to be charged with the murder of things like that, perhaps reflecting jodie he was stabbed in a park in the fact that more people are doing baking at home. perhaps because of east london. in sport, fresh what they are seeing on television. concerns for footballer welfare he isa what they are seeing on television. he is a real interesting set of after two more pitch invasions. changes that cast a bit of an aston villa's jack relation was the insight onto the country. in that sense, it does give you a good guide subject of an assault seeing a man as to what is going on with people's charged. liverpool are still in spending powers. given all that, touch with the premier league title race. a point behind manchester you, in theory, have a much more specific look at what prices are going up and why. and what does it city. ruled out of england's final tell us about the overall trend for inflation right now? inflation has six nations match with scotland. i actually been falling a little bit in recent months. it got up to around 3% a little while ago, part will be back with more of those of that was reflecting changes in stories just after 11:30am. the value of the pound sterling a 16—year—old boy has become after the eu referendum. some of it the second person to be charged with the murder of a teenage girl seems to have abated and we are who was stabbed to death in a park in east london. getting inflation around about 2% jodie chesney was knifed in the back which is close to the bank of near a child ren's playground in romford on the first of march. england's target. it is good to talk
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she was 17. to you, thank you very much. it is another suspect, 20—year—old manuel petrovic, appeared really interesting when we get out at the old bailey this morning also reshuffle and gives us an insight charged with her murder. into what we are buying. jonathan, the metropolitan police said thank you very much. a further four arrests have been made in connection with the investigation. an american man has claimed to have found a video tape allegedly showing in other stories, bosses at fashion chain the musician r kelly sexually superdry have told co—founder, julian dunkerton, that he is not abusing underage girls. wanted back at the firm. gary dennis told reporters the company is holding a shareholder that he handed the tape meeting at the start of next month to authorities after discovering it to decide whether to grant at his house. mr dunkerton's request r kelly was charged last month to return as a director. but superdry said such a move with 10 counts of aggravated would be "extremely damaging." criminal sexual abuse involving four mr dunkerton left the firm alleged victims, three last year and oversaw its autumn/winter collection. of whom were minors. superdry has blamed his the r&b artist has denied designs for poor sales. appearing in the video, turkey fell into recession and all other charges. at the end of last year, according to the country's this week the bbc is giving official statistics office. it says the economy shrank by 2.4% the audience the chance to shape our coverage. in the fourth quarter of 2018, we're in bradford all week taking from the previous quarter. an in—depth look at the city, but also hearing what stories you want us to cover. that follows a 1.6% drop 0ur correspondent the previous quarter, marking two quarters of falling growth — the definition
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david sillito is there. of recession. you can see we are in bradford. this royal bank of scotland is to pilot a biometric bank card which will allow customers to verify is an example of what is going to be a purchase using their fingerprint. happening this week. conversations those taking part in the trial with people here to try and say will not need to use a pin code something different about bradford. to give you an example added idea to identify transactions of more than £30. the trial is due to start in april where we are, a tent in the middle and last three months. the bank cards are fitted of the broadway shopping centre. the with a built—in sensor, which is powered by payment technology of the bbc blue room is terminals. here. starting to talk to people as it doesn't need any batteries or they bring story ideas to us. the anything. let me show you what the numbers are doing. this is how the markets are looking. remember, it is backroom boys of the technology. a p°p‘up backroom boys of the technology. a pop—up newsroom. the point of this? a very big week with the eu it is all about a conversation that began with the science and media negotiations. we will say it again, museum of the road from here, he keep an eye on the currency is said there's been more than enough because we will see the first reaction to any deal or no deal or bad news about bradford over the whatever else we get out of yea rs. bad news about bradford over the years. is it the full picture? we westminster in the currency markets first. then that will filter through to the wider business markets when said we will bring the resources appearance start the conversation,
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business worked out what that means you come into less to give a broader for them. that's all the business news. picture of bradford. when i see bradford on the news, i often see poverty. crime. the gloom and guns, the rape. it is never anything to do with our achievements. this is we are bradford and it began plymouth university has just issued with a meeting at city hall, a statement about a polar tourism the bbc‘s editorial director and a group of young people talking expert who was on her way on the about the news and bradford. flight expert who was on her way on the flight to nairobi to do a there's hundreds of people in this presentation about tackling plastic city who have incredibly pollution in the sea. mf university positive stories to tell. there are so many things that have haveissued pollution in the sea. mf university have issued a statement saying we changed my life in bradford that are deeply saddened by news of her i wouldn't have been able death, they offer her their to do in london. i'm not moving out for uni, i'm staying in bradford. condolences. —— mike plymouth i'm going to show these people what i'm made of. university have issued a statement bells toll. saying that they are deeply and this is just the start saddened. they say in her role as of the conversations. coinciding with an exhibition on the topic at the city's science and media museum, the association of arctic expedition bbc news is setting up shop in bradford to try crew operator, she met many of the university's leading scientists and a new approach to news. that they were deeply impressed by so, what's happening is that the bbc her commitment to the planet and by is bringing its resources here to help local people
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tell their own stories. her commitment to the planet and by her knowledge and understanding of this isn't about sugarcoating plastic pollution in the ocean. that the truth or being a pr exercise for the city. it's simply an attempt to paint is commemorating sarah offer it. a broader and perhaps a fairer picture of bradford. some breaking news on the attack on are you from bradford? where are you from? london. jack grealish. 27—year—old paul mitchell has sabiya is part of the bbc team that's here in bradford. pleaded guilty at birmingham 0h, highfive! agitates court to assaulting aston when you think of bradford villa midfielderjack grealish in the news, what do you think? during sunday's derby. we are doing a project called bbc we are bradford. we're shifting the news narrative, you know, we want to make sure people from bradford get nearly 10,000 sheep were stolen to tell their own story. i love the diversity. across england and wales last year. i love how there's so many different cultures in bradford. the buildings, music, some but only one of the thefts resulted overlooked part of bradford life, in anybody being charged. whatever people come up jon cuthill reports. with is what we are bradford will be. seen from the sky, the iron age hillfort maiden castle if you want to have a go at reading in dorset is spectacular. the weather, you have a chance here to see exactly how it is done. the and it is also home to 2,000 sheep farmed byjohn hosking.
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important thing is this is all about gate taken off its hinges, back in, load up the sheep people coming and offering their from off the castle. ideas and we have a group of john has had sheep stolen from here every year, film—makers and over the next week, and he is losing more each time. we're going to be turning those last year was the worst we had ideas into films that the rest the in terms of what was taken, world will see. we have the page up there were ewes with their lambs who were four weeks old. they were worth £200 a couple. and running and pieces of already could you put a figure on how been done. come forward! give us much it has cost you? yourideas been done. come forward! give us your ideas and we will turn those over the years, i suppose into stories. between £40,000 and £50,000. at least. it is demoralising, public health england to be quite honest. and, as a family, we get really has published a series annoyed about it, very annoyed. saying up to 36,000 deaths a year can be attributed and john is not the only one losing more sheep to thieves. to long—term exposure to pollution. the number of animals reported it's calling on local councils to discourage highly polluting vehicles from entering stolen across england and wales populated areas and impose congestion charges in jumped from just over 6,000 in 2016 cities across the uk. it also wants more ambitious targets to nearly 10,000 last year. so you are looking out for livestock for electric car charging points. traders in odd places, hidden behind hedges. one of the world's biggest dairy with nearly 400 reports of sheep theft, only one resulted firms plans to reduce carbon emissions by 30 percent over in anybody being charged. the next decade, to meet rising demand from customers for more sustainable products. dorset saw the second highest arla foods has faced
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increasing pressure, along with the rest of the food increase in animals stolen. industry, to reduce emissions. our environment correspondent claire so i am on patrol with the force's rural engagement officer, tom. so there are two of you for marshall has this report. the whole of dorset, i know there are other teams but there are two dedicated people. the dairy industry produces a large do you think there is any frustration within the farming community? amount of the gases that help to i think there is frustration within the community due to previous budgets and cuts. heat the atmosphere and contribute to climate change in order to we would all like to have more boots on the ground, suppliers with milk. the digestive but at the end of the day, we are constrained to what we've got. process of a cow emits methane, a powerful greenhouse gas. there is and that is where we need the public to help us the carbon credit by packaging and as well as people reporting things. butjohn says he is tired transportation but there are signs of reporting sheep theft. that the industry are starting to how much more do i put up with this? address the problem. do we get rid of the sheep environmentalists have long and say forget it? criticised the dairy industry for you know, we're not going to provide how much it contributes to climate. illegal income for someone else. europe's biggest dairy company is now starting to do its bit and it is starting right here at farm level. more on this on inside out on bbc one in the south at 8:30pm tonight, and afterwards on the bbc iplayer nationwide. arla has the aim of going carbon
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0ver over the weekend we saw a bit of neutral by 2050. this milking parlour uses a lot less energy and everything, there was rain, sleet, snow, thunderstorms, and also some carry‘s parlour uses a lot less energy and ca rry‘s cows parlour uses a lot less energy and carry‘s cows only cast once a year, sunshine with very strong winds. this morning so far, it has been keeping herfarm small carry‘s cows only cast once a year, keeping her farm small and carry‘s cows only cast once a year, relatively quiet. today is certainly keeping herfarm small and meaning the quietest day of the week. we lower methane emissions. it is ambitious target but if everyone have some sunshine here at the moment in cambridge. there is a ridge of high pressurejust works together, 2000 arla dairy dominating the weather through the farms in the uk and if everybody course of the day. that is keeping does their little bit it is all things settled. 0ut towards the atlantic, we have a storm brewing. i going to make a difference. the can will get back onto that in just a campaigners argue that dairy can moment. for the rest of the day, we never be climate friendly. however, will continue with that sunshine scientists a that of all emissions right across england and wales and are continued in the dairy giant's up right across england and wales and up into scotland. in northern calculations, it could set a new ireland, the cloud increasing here. just high—level cloud pushing through turning the sunshine hazy, benchmark. that milky during the afternoon. some of that higher cloud will push a 20 year old man has appeared its way into scotland in the western at the old bailey this fringes of england and wales. morning charged with jodie chesney‘s murder. maximum temperatures today about let's cross to our news seven or 8 degrees in the north or 11 or 12 seven or 8 degrees in the north or 11 or12 in seven or 8 degrees in the north or 11 or 12 in the south. as we go correspondent helena lee. through tonight, this area of low it was a very brief hearing, lasting pressure which has been named by the around five minutes. manuel petrovic irish met surface storm gareth, that will move its way towards iceland.
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the ice of eyes they are getting closer together and some heavy rain. appeared via video link from pentonville prison, wearing a prison here is thejust top. the court went through the closer together and some heavy rain. here is the just tomorrow morning, a windy night. up to 50 or 60 miles an usual process of asking him to hourin confirm his name and his date of windy night. up to 50 or 60 miles an hour in the north and west. strong gusty winds linked with this area of birth. when he was asked to confirm rain which is moving toward the south—east, it will be heavy as we his nationality, he replied croatia. go through the morning. in the afternoon, there will be brighter skies, still a bit of sunshine, if jodie was with friends in a park in you wintry showers into the romford in east london on a friday north—western areas. stay in quite blustery through much of the day on night, the 1st of march. she was tuesday. then into wednesday, storm stabbed in the back and she died just over an hour later. a gareth goes further south and eastward, the white lines they're postmortem examination concluded giving some very strong winds. gusts that she had died from trauma and up giving some very strong winds. gusts up to 75 miles an hour. in northern haemorrhage. manuel petrovic he was ireland and north—western areas of i say adhere for a very short england and south—western scotland. severe gales likely as we go into hearing, found out when his trial date is going to be. the court told wednesday. it could well cause some him it will be on september the 2nd disruption. quite widely across the so that trial date has now been set. uk, there will be the strong winds throughout wednesday. a mixture of it is expected to last up to three sunny spells and showers moving their way through. those showers
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weeks. he will have to appear move through fairly quickly on the earlier than that for a plea hearing strong wind. for all of us, gusts on the 28th of may here at the old potentially 40—50 miles per hour. bailey. in terms of other developing the strongest of the wind is always on the north and the west. maximum to this investigation, a second boy, temperatures on wednesday getting to about nine to 11 or 12 degrees. a 16—year—old, has appeared this morning at barkingside magistrates' throughout this week, we have storm court. he has also been charged with gareth that will bring gales, there will be travel disruption through the murder ofjodie and the military that. some heavy rain at times but bulletin police say they have for there will be drier and brighter interludes, particularly through today which will be the quietest day other people in custody, an of the week really. as i say, there 18—year—old man has been arrested on will be sunny spells as we go 00:27:34,912 --> 2147483051:50:32,733 through wednesday. that is all from 2147483051:50:32,733 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 me. suspicion of murder and three others have been arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender. all four of those people have been kept in custody and detectors are talking to them at the moment. here at the old bailey, manuel petrovic, charged withjodie bailey, manuel petrovic, charged with jodie szczesny‘s bailey, manuel petrovic, charged withjodie szczesny‘s murder, has now been remanded in custody. his trial date has been set for
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september the 2nd. the duke and duchess of sussex are attending an event at canada house to mark commonwealth day. the event will showcase and celebrate the diverse community of young canadians living in london and around the uk. their royal highnesses will have the opportunity to talk to groups of young canadians from a wide range of sectors including the arts and academia, about their experiences and opportunities for young people working in the commonwealth. now it's time for a look at the weather. 0ver over the weekend he made experience a bit of everything! much more straightforward this morning. lots of sunshine, saying sunny for most of sunshine, saying sunny for most of us as we stay through the afternoon but the cloud is increasing across northern ireland. it spreads its way into western areas of england and wales but it is high level cloud, making the sunshine hazy throughout the afternoon. maxim temperature is
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getting to about seven or 8 degrees in the north, ten or 11 degrees in the south. a strengthening wind across the north—western areas as we go into tuesday. area of low pressure, ramping up at the moment, bringing us the strong winds and heavy rain. remaining unsettled throughout much of this week. gales and severe gales from tuesday into wednesday. some heavy rain but also dry and brighter interludes.
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