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music: god save the queen. the common wealth day service under hello, you‘re watching afternoon live, this is afternoon live were in the today at 5:00: i‘m simon mccoy, live at westminster. today at 4: past few months i have been heckled at the start of a hugely significant way at westminster abbey with senior bya week in the brexit process, past few months i have been heckled by a few but never like this, this the talks between the uk and eu members of royal family, the duke of will she won‘t she — speculation mounts that theresa may is grandmas against brexit. she said edinburgh not attending. but the will travel to strasburg later, are still deadlocked. hello, you're watching queen being accompanied by her son, in an attempt to find the prime minister, attending afternoon live. i'm simon mccoy, a brexit breakthrough before a commonwealth service today, live at westminster. the duke of york. the duke and tomorrow‘s crucial vote by mps she can‘t hold it for much longer could soon be on her way today at 2: on her withdrawal deal. because she an old woman. as to strasbourg for urgent talks downing street says tomorrow's ‘meaningful vote‘ on brexit will go ahead — duchess of sussex, the duke and protesters go there is a slight with the eu with just 18 days as the prime minister faces the prime minister has not achieved change in atmosphere. anyway, you‘re to the agreed date for brexit. the prospect of another duchess of sussex, the duke and one single change to her deal. she‘s duchess of sussex and cambridge also attending. we will leave that. if it comes as mps prepare defeat in the commons. watching afternoon live on bbc news. for a second big vote you want to keep watching, full on the prime minister‘s the stakes are now far too high to these are the headlines. as speculation mounts deal tomorrow as labour coverage on bbc one. around the simply running down to clock. that theresa may will go demands more clarity assume that she has this under to strasbourg later, running down the clock between no for last—ditch brexit talks, labour says the government‘s in chaos. about the government‘s plans. control. time is running out and we corner from westminster abbey at the deal, her deal or the chaos of the prime minister has not achieved the prime minister has not achieved cannot afford to stand back and houses of parliament, we are looking leaving the eu without any agreement at the politics of the next few with anyone. wait. one single change to her deal. one single change to her deal. crash investigators say crash investigators say they've found the voice and data recorders from days. the vote on the prime they‘ve found the voice the ethiopian airlines and data recorders from the ethiopian airlines plane she‘s simply running down to clock. plane which went down which went down yesterday killing she‘s simply, as we have often said, running down the clock. yesterday killing 157 people. running down the clock between no minister‘s brexit deal will go all 157 people on board. a 16—year—old boy and a 20—year—old deal, her deal or the chaos of we‘ll have the latest developments a 16—year—old boy and a leaving the eu without any man appear in court in separate 20—year—old man appear in court agreement with anyone. throughout the hour from westminster. hearings charged with the murder china, ethiopia, south africa the other main stories ahead. no further meetings are in separate hearings — and indonesia are all grounding charged with the murder in east on bbc news at 5.00: in east london ofjodie chesney. london ofjodie chesney. boeing 737 max—8 aircraft — after yesterday‘s ethiopian airlines following the murder birmingham city fan paul mitchell crash which killed all of a 17—year—old in east london, coming up on afternoon live scheduled, but the irish foreign has been jailed for 14 weeks all the sport with hugh woozencroft. minister said he understands that for assaulting aston villa captain theresa may will travel to 157 people on board. good afternoon a number of important jack grealish. strasbourg tonight. the government coming up on afternoon live has said if they‘re defeated
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figures in football are calling for tomorrow there would be further all the sport with hugh woozencroft. a 16—year—old boy and a 20—year—old man appear in court tougher punishments for clubs after votes on leaving without a deal and more pitch invasions. a man has hello, we will be hearing from the in separate hearings — delaying brexit. our political charged with the murder in east manchester city manager pep london ofjodie chesney. guardiola ahead of their second leg birmingham city fan paul mitchell pleaded guilty to assault after has been jailed for 14 weeks for assaulting aston villa captain attacking the aston villa captain jack grealish. last 16 tie with schalke. he has the queen, senior members jack grealish. correspondent ian watson reports. of the royal family and leading attacking the aston villa captain jack grealish. ben has the weather. called on the players to do better figures from national life attend it is nice now but... this is the in the tournament. more at half a special service at westminster less than three weeks abbey, to mark commonwealth day. past. sorry about the noise in the calm before the storm. today a before we‘re due to leave the eu and instead of a back ground. ben has the weather. calmer today, over the next couple deal, there‘s deadlock. not too bad. this is the calm day of the prime minister‘s the week. the calm before the storm. of days we expect severe gales and on her way to downing heavy rain. it is likely to cause let‘s get the sport and go to the street, not to brussels. sports centre with hugh woozencroft. some disruption. all the details in half an hour. still to come, harry mps were due to vote on her revised deal tomorrow, but as things stand it hello, simon. good afternoon. hasn‘t really changed. storm gareth on its way bringing gration is in bradford. what will leading leave campaigners say she will go down to heavy rain and gale force winds. some of the biggest names in english you bring to us, harry? well, this defeat and some are football have called signalling the doubts that the vote will go ahead. for greater deterrents to stop football fans invading is my home city and i'm relaxed, if you ask pretty much the same the pitch before a player question, you will get pretty much or offical is seriously hurt. the queen, senior members a birmingham city fan has because i'm surrounded by the good the same answer and i think of the royal family and leading pleaded guilty to attacking that the government figures from national life aston villa captainjack grealish folk of bradford and they are the have realised that, people who will be telling us the soi would say there is if a 50/50 attend a special service at westminster abbey, on the pitch during to mark commonwealth day. the derby match yesterday. agenda of the stories they want to chance they will pull it. this former brexit secretary said he is prepared know and how the broad way emerged to back the prime minister, but only if she can demonstrate that she‘s got genuine from the biggest hole bradford has paul mitchell, from rubery, worcestershire, hit grealish from behind about ten minutes ever had. join us through the course movement from the eu.
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into the game at st andrew‘s. of the afternoon. hello everyone, this he admitted assault and encroachment onto the pitch i support the prime minister going back at birmingham magistrates‘ court to brussels and getting is afternoon live, i‘m simon mccoy. and has been sentenced the legally—binding changes we need to 14 weeks in prison. speculation is increasing that to get this deal acceptable to the theresa may will travel absolutely disgusting, they should have the country first and foremost and i to strasbourg later strongest possible punishment. in an attempt to find that means points deduction. think if we do that, it can pass a brexit breakthrough before the birmingham one? through parliament. tomorrow‘s crucial vote by mps on her withdrawal deal. yes, absolutely. hello everyone, this then the question playing behind closed doors. is afternoon live. is what happens next. this labour party mp however, neither downing street nor has been trying to the european commission will confirm because, someone's going welcome to afternoon live from westminster. work with some conservatives plans for a face—to—face meeting to get hurt, either downing street says tomorrow's vote between the prime minister a player or an official. on the prime minister's brexit to delay brexit and get the prime and the european commission deal will go ahead, minister to erase her red lines although the government has yet in negotiations, but... presidentjean claude juncker. nothing has changed. to publish precisely if they do not stamp this out now, what mps will be voting on. maybe she still has the government has said they have to come down talks with the eu appear a cunning plan, but if they are defeated tomorrow — heavy, then someone the stakes are now far too high will get hurt in future. deadlocked, with a spokesman to assume that she has this under there would be further votes they have to do it. on leaving without a deal i don't see them having control. a choice other than for the european commission saying and on delaying brexit. today "no further meetings and there‘s renewed speculation the strongest possible points at a political level are scheduled." time is running out and we cannot about whether mrs may could remain deduction and playing games behind in downing street if her brexit closed doors. plans are thrown out again. afford to stand back and wait. in the past hour, the labour leader the government has said jeremy corbyn tabled if they are defeated tomorrow, facing defeat on her unchanged deal, an urgent question, manchester city‘s manager there would be further votes pep guardiola says the club‘s on leaving without a deal the talk here at westminster players and fans need to dream and on delaying brexit. asking the government and there's renewed speculation is that the prime minister might if they are to win a first about whether mrs may could remain whether the meaningful vote offer mps a different type of vote. would still take place champions league title. in downing street if her brexit and reiterated that he still his side play schalke in the last plans are thrown out again. believes the prime minister‘s 16 second leg tomorrow our political correspondent, she may well put forward the type plan to be a bad deal. of revised deal that she‘d at their etihad stadium. iain watson, has this report. like to get from brussels, guardiola believes less tha n less than three weeks before we are just to prove to the mr speaker, we find they need to push themselves, given their relative inexperience eu that there‘s due to leave the eu and instead of a a parliamentary majority. out from journalists but her critics say this isn‘t and the irish government so much putting the ball back that the prime in the competition. deal, there's deadlock. the prime minister is apparently heading in brussels‘ court, to strasbourg this evening, or not it is kicking a bashed this competition is judged when you
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brexit can further down an heading to strasbourg this evening, hours before minister's on her way to downing awfully short road. a meaningful vote is due. street, not the brussels. mps were the prime minister was clear due to vote on her revised deal are out in the last 16, it is a big and categorical on the 26th of tomorrow, but as things stand, it so, subsequent votes february, and i quote, disaster. my perspective and my has not really changed, leading on whether to extend the eu "i want to reassure the house approach is completely different. it membership temporarily, or leave by making three further commitments. without a deal could be delayed, isa approach is completely different. it leave campaigners say it could go but some of theresa may‘s ministers is a big success being there for the are first, we will hold down to defeat and some doubt pushing for no deal to be a second meaningful vote by teams this season, next season in tuesday the 12th of whether the vote will go ahead.“ definitively rule out. march at the latest." the champions league, it is a big you ask pretty much the same there is still 24 hours success. we will be even closer, question, you will get the same to go — who knows? there has to be a vote on no deal. ourselves and liverpool are closer answer. i think the government has the prime minister also committed to do that. moving beyond the group realised that. i think there is a there has to be the consensus of parliament taken chance they will pull it. this on what the position to vote on no deal by is on the no deal. former brexit secretary said he will i have been consistent with that the 13th of march stage is an incredible success in my and vote on whether to back the prime minister, but only if to say that it would damage our extend article 50 by opinion. 14th march, and she concluded england cricket head coach trevor economy and security. by saying, "they are commitments bayliss has shed some light she can demonstrate she has genuine on the departure of batting coach labour‘s leadership say to avoid no deal, i am making is prime minister mark ramprakash. move frment the eu. i support the they‘re open to the option of giving and i will bayliss will step down as head coach after this year‘s world cup stick by them." prime minister goes back to brussels the decision back to the people. and ashes series and says mr speaker, this is a matter the new managing director at the ecb and get the changes we need to make of trust because time and this week, i think we have agreed ashley giles made the decision not across the party and even the time again this prime minister has this deal acceptable to the country failed to negotiate, failed to to renew ramprakah‘s contract. people's vote campaigners have said compromise, and delayed and if we do, it can pass through we did have a conversation with it. we have got to use this week to kill off no deal and theresa may's deal and delayed and delayed. i think there has been a few more, parliament. then what happens next and then we can move on. i've discussed either after three months, the prime this labour has been trying to work a realistic deal or minister has not achieved one going back to the people. single change to her deal. against this backdrop, obviouslyjoe is the captain of the with conservatives to delay brexit questions have been and get the prime minister to erase raised about the prime tea m obviouslyjoe is the captain of the team and would have been involved as minister‘s political future. this conservative mp she‘s simply, as we have says she should go. often said, running her red lines, but. nothing has but not yet. down the clock. well. ashley has some thoughts on
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running down the clock a panicked change of leader now between no deal, her deal all where he thinks the team, squad and changed. nothing changed. maybe she i think will solve nothing. the chaos of leaving the eu coaching staff need or want to go we have got to get this through and i hope colleagues recognise that, vote without any agreement with anyone. to. that is a decision that‘s been has a cunning plan, but the stakes for the deal and then we can change. mr speaker, it was a bad deal in made. we will carry on. are too high. time is running out december when it was first tabled. how and when we leave the eu may not be it was a bad deal injanuary athletics‘ world governing and we cannot afford to stand back. definitively settled this week, body — the iaaf — even though brexit‘s due to take when it was rejected by the largest say russian athletes will remain place before the end of the month. banned from international facing defeat on her deal, there is parliamentary margin ever in history competitions until further notice. that a government has been defeated talk here that the prime minister by and it is still a bad the iaaf turned down russia‘s might offer mps talk here that the prime minister might offermpsa talk here that the prime minister might offer mps a different type of deal today, march 11th. vote. she may well put forward the our chief political appeal for reinstatement, correspondent, vicki young, is at the houses of parliament. responding to the urgent question from jeremy corbyn, which is at odds with other sporting type of revised deal that she'd like the brexit minister robin walker reassured mps that they will be bodies such as the world she is not lobby. what happens next? anti doping agency and a meaningful vote tomorrow the international olympic committee. and urged mp‘s to get behind they banned russian athletes to get from brussels to prove to te the prime minister‘s deal. from competing back in november the mood has been pretty bleak among 2015 following evidence you there is a parliamentary of state sponsored doping. there are two outstanding issues. ministers from friday over the majority. but the critics say this the meaningful vote will take place those need to be resolved. weekend. they were expecting a dash tomorrow and the motion will be to brussels by the prime minister on tabled today ahead of that debate. is kicking a bashed brexit can we are in close contact sunday, which didn‘t happen. today further down a very short road. so it is then that this house will face with wada in order to people not very optimistic there was a fundamental choice. get access to the data, subsequent votes on whether to back to brexit deal, any compromise on the table. but in or risk a delay that would and as soon as we have everything extend eu membership or leave the last couple of hours, the mood mean months more arguing without a deal could be delayed. but may have shifted. lots of rumours, about brexit, prolonging the current we need and the aiu report back some of theresa may's ministers are to us that uncertainty, uncertainty which would do nothing but pass control to they have everything they need pushing for no deal to be ruled out. although not confirmed that theresa brussels and increase the risks. there has to be a vote on no deal. may will make a dash to strasbourg it is incumbent on this house to we will seriously consider
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there has to be a vote on no deal. deliver on the will of the british there has to be a vote on no deal. there has to be the consensus of parliament taken on what the for last minute talks to get a people and to provide certainty. position is on the no deal. i would change. without a significant change tomorrow, honourable be consistent with that, to say it and right honourable the options and recommend she will go down to a very large members across the house to the iaaf council would damage our economy and our will have the opportunity to do so for reinstatement. defeat. the question is can she get in a meaningful vote, fully informed if england are to win security. labour say to avoid no an unlikely six nations some kind of concession from the eu title at the weekend, on the government's legal analysis. they‘ll have to do it deal they're open to giving the without their influential and could that shift the number and i believe the right honourable forward maro itoje. decision back to the people. this gentleman and every the saracens lock isn‘t included honourable member in the house in the 31—man training shows there is a momentum in a should take that opportunity to move sqaud ahead of the meeting weekl forward and provide certainty. with scotland at decision back to the people. this week i think we're agreed across the twickenham on saturday. certain direction. the idea she he‘s has returned to his club party and even the people's vote have seen him sidelined our chief political since the ireland game campaigners said we have got to use could not hold the votes, i think correspondent, vicki young, on the opening weekend is at the houses of parliament. of the tournament. this week to kill off no deal and thatis could not hold the votes, i think that is incredibly difficult to do. i think she would face resignations you get the sense something is going on her own side if that were to discuss a real deal or going back to happen and would be seen to be going on, we arejust not the people. questions are being you get the sense something is going on, we are just not sure what. yes, asked about the prime minister's back on her word, the word she said it has felt like that for the last wing tommy seymour has been ruled future. this conservative mp says out of scotland‘s final in parliament that she would hold six nations match against she should go. but not yet.l the votes. so that would be tricky. four or five hours that something is england with a rib injury, starting to shift. so we do think it the same problem affecting his panicked change of leader now will but she is not out of woods yet. we opposite winger blair kinghorn. both were injured on saturday solve nothing. we have got to get will to say by the end of week, some is likely that theresa may will go against wales and join stuart hogg on the injured list. to strasbourg. the question is, if the scots haven‘t won are saying, can she last the week as this through and i hope colleagues prime minister and get the deal at twickenham since 1983. will recognise that. how and when we through or show there is movement there is a concession, how towards back her. thank you. significant is it and is it that‘s all the sport for now. leave the eu may not be settled significant is it and is it significant enough to win across the chris mitchell will be here with this, week, although brexit is day we‘rejoined by the remain—supporting dozens more in the next hour. conservative mp — dominic grieve. significant enough to win across the d oze ns of significant enough to win across the dozens of tory mps and the dup, in thank you very much indeed. to ta ke this, week, although brexit is day to take place before the end of the thank you forjoining us. if theresa order to not go down to such a major
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month. our chief political correspondent i know i have said before standing may is heading to france later, is vicki young, is with me. here this is an important week for everyone has not one clue what is defeat. confirmation from the brexit brexit but for most people this is going on. but you presumably do? there something she could come back minister that the meaningful vote crunch time, and looking towards the thanks for that! everyone has with, where you could go, i think will happen tomorrow. there was vote tomorrow, mps will get the she has got it. . ? iwould different views about what is going chance to vote on theresa may‘s deal speculation as to whether something with or without any amendments she on. there are rumours that theresa with, where you could go, i think she has got it. . ? i would always would be attached to that, some sort listen to what the prime minister of wish. ful thinking amendment, but gets following her meeting in comes back with. ifind it difficult strasbourg later and we now know the may is looking carefully at the vote and whether she goes ahead with them timetable for the rest of the week. to see what it is that is going sway or not. that was the rumour. then let‘s hear from our reality check downing street said we are my colleagues to accept it. these that has gone and confirming the definitely going to be doing the correspondent chris morris. next day if the deal is defeated, are my colleagues in the erg who so, unless — and until — meaningful vote tomorrow. the they have a chance to vote for or question is whether it is a straight wa nt something changes, here‘s what we‘re are my colleagues in the erg who want a harder form are my colleagues in the erg who want a harderform of brexit. my expecting this week. vote on that or whether it is one position has been clear, i think the another meaningful vote on the deal against a no deal scenario and then theresa may‘s agreed with the eu. with something attached, an prime minister‘s deal may well be that‘s on the withdrawal agreement amendment. if that were to do the best deal on offer. but my and the accompanying through first you vote on the whole political declaration on extending article 50. the big on the future relationship. now, if it passes — thing as amended. so the suggestion concern is it bears no relationship which is looking unlikely — to what we were debating in 2016, so well, it would have to be turned is if you might have something question is what is the concession into legislation, which would also we need a vote by the public on a attached which is what mps would theresa may will get and does have to get through parliament, like to be the reality. a wish list. and if that happens, like me saying, here is this present jeffrey cox change his legal advice deal. there is evidence for such a it would mean the uk vote. if people want to change their to say britain wouldn‘t be trapped would leave the eu with a deal. i brought you, i don't you don't mind and say they want to remain, wa nt i brought you, i don't you don't in this customs union forever. we would that happen on want it, but here is a picture of will have to see if that is enough time, by march 29th? they‘re entitled to do that. and if theresa may is defeated, well, the timing is now incredibly the one you would like to have. that mind and say they want to remain, they're entitled to do that.“ mind and say they want to remain, they're entitled to do that. if she does get through a vote tomorrow on whether she can survive. that is the tight, which means a short technical the basis of a wish list amendment, extension could well be needed sounds not like a meaningful vote. interesting thing, so many tory mps if the eu agreed to get would that satisfy you? it serves no the question is whether the next two talking about her leadership. it is that deal over the line.
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but back to the beginning, if the government fails to win now wrapped up in is in agreement. the meaningful vote, day, the vote on extending article useful purpose, it isn‘t a then we‘re expecting that is a problem, because i don‘t a vote on whether mps 50 will go ahead. the other meaningful vote and doesn‘t comply think there are many who feel she is want to leave with no deal. suggestion is theresa may is still if they say, yes, we do, well, speaking to brussels and has been with the eu withdrawal act, it going to survive long—term as leader of the conservative party and the that‘s what would happen. another restatement that parliament but it‘s pretty clear there‘s no speaking to brussels and has been wa nted another restatement that parliament prime minister. what we did hear is majority in the house speaking to brussels and has been wanted something different from what of commons for no—deal. speaking to jean—claude juncker and the eu is offering us. we are running out of time. we have two a confirmation of time table as it rumours she may head to strasbourg so that would take us to the next weeks. i don‘t see how that can stands for the next three days. yes, vote promised by the government today. so is there a last minute there was speculation about this. on extending article 50 and delaying compromise. i asked a minister if stop, the house of commons has got that has been confirmed that those brexit. there was to be a rabbit coming out to consider on wednesday do we want votes will take place in the order if that also fails to pass, well, ofa the leave with no deal on 29th that we thought they would. i think the default position there was to be a rabbit coming out of a hat. he said, the interesting thing here is even is again down there — there was to be a rabbit coming out ofa hat. he said, let there was to be a rabbit coming out of a hat. he said, letjust hope it march. i think the answer will be we leave on march 29th isa of a hat. he said, letjust hope it is a live one. that present with the with no deal in place. no. on thursday or the same day as if mps do vote against a no deal but if mps vote in favour of a delay, well, there picture, needs an eu stamp on it. wednesday, we are going to have to are probably two options. that is the problem, they would be could there be a third meaningful scenario and do vote for a delay, decide if we want to extend article vote, with the government hoping what legal force do they have? there to win over wavering brexiteers? voting for a fantasy, but it would 50. it obvious that we are going to have to extend article 50. even if will be a lot of chat about that. maybe. give the eu a clear indication of and if it passed, again, what parliament would vote for. she got a deal, we can‘t leave on we‘d need new legislation 29th march. we can‘t implement the parliament keeps voting against and then at some stage, things. what would they vote for if because it doesn‘t supersede the withdrawal agreement that we would the uk would leave with that was there in black and white leave at the end of march without a a withdrawal deal in place. that was there in black and white that may help. but it requires to eu legislation that is required. it is time we got real. the article 50 deal. that would be still the to agree to it and maybe none of but if a third meaningful vote will have to be extended, the sooner failed — or if there default position. there will be talk that would happen until next week. we get on with the business of doing about whether the prime minister can simply wasn‘t one — then we end up here, go against that. she could still go the uk seeking a brexit delay, so maybe whatever happens next week, that and have the reassurance it has which would mean it wouldn‘t leave theresa may will head to the
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to the eu summit a week on thursday, the eu on march 29th. big questions follow happened. theresa may is under where anything like an extension of from that, of course. council, still maybe per suing her number one, will the eu pressure by those who say if you do agree to that delay? that, you‘re putting brexit in article 50 wouldn‘t be agreed. if they‘d certainly want deal. brexiters smell a rat? yes to know what an extension jeopardy and we won‘t let that of article 50 was for. happen. brexit is in trouble, she can survive tuesday, there is no reason why she couldn‘t go to that they think at the last minute the eu and number two, how long because it is a flawed concept, will give a concession and not where every time the prime minister summitand have, reason why she couldn‘t go to that summit and have, yes, reason why she couldn‘t go to that summitand have, yes, one reason why she couldn‘t go to that summit and have, yes, one more try. thank you. an extension could last. goes to find a deal that can take us willing to cave in on the deal, because they think it is a bad deal. out, she comes back and finds that a short one wouldn‘t make a huge amount of difference. the other intrigues conversations in fact it has been rejected by a let‘s have another look at what is supposed a longer one — perhaps are about theresa may's leadership. majority of the house of commons. to happen in the coming days. as long as 21 months — there are a lots of mps privately tomorrow, mps will get would raise huge political issues that is the flaw. you're describing another chance to vote on the prime minister‘s withdrawal on all sides. and some publicly saying that she agreement. in the previous vote chris morris from our reality check brexit as a flawed concept, it was in january the government can't last the week and she has to was defeated by 230 votes. team. voted for by the people.” well, with the outcome go soon. her leadership is tied up of brexit negotiations still uncertain, our environment understand that. that is why i want and rural affairs correspondent with this. a lot of them don't think but if this time it passes, claire marshall has been trying to have another referendum to ask them whether they want to leave on the major barrier to the uk leaving to find out what impact brexit she has handled this well and don't could have on uk producers. the eu on 29th march will have been she‘s been speaking them whether they want to leave on the terms that are available. if cleared, although further to a lamb farmer, a cheese wa nt legislation will be required maker and a brewer — she has handled this well and don't want her to be their leader. that is they don‘t, whether they would to get their take to ensure a smooth exit. tied up with this and that is prefer they don‘t, whether they would p refer to they don‘t, whether they would if mps vote against the deal again, on what it might hold. prefer to remain. we have got, probably confusing the picture and the government is due to table on a hillside near bath further votes for this week, democracy is about people changing is the flock of kevin harrison. also worth mentioning the mps still trying to force the issue and take their mind over time. this starting with a vote on wednesday, his life and existence in which mps will be asked it out of the prime minister and the referendum in 2016 is now a coming if they support leaving the eu here are intertwined with europe. up without a withdrawal agreement referendum in 2016 is now a coming up to three years away soon. and the and a framework for a future the national farmers‘ union government's hands by getting idea that it should hold the relationship on 29th march . through this yvette cooper bill that has warned that no deal this is essentially giving political system in thrall and force mps the opportunity would decimate farmers like him.
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would set aside time to delay us to leave the eu, probably with no to decide whether to back — or rule out — the uk leaving the eu i have some big worries brexit. we are getting very close to the finish line. maybe, unless there deal, or in chaos or with a bad with no deal in place. deal, or in chaos or with a bad deal, is something i‘m not prepared if mps vote to rule at the moment, i mean, to accept. what. what do you say to out a no deal brexit, is an extension. but maybe it is the following day, on thursday, mps are expected to get one of them is the uncertainty. the opportunity to vote the thought of actually crashing forcing to people to think. there is on whether they support a short those who say that is what the eu do extension of article 50 s still a lot of maybes. two—year negotiating period. if mps back this motion then the uk into a no—deal brexit could be and keep going back until they get will ask the eu for an extension devastating for the whole sheep let's have another look the answer they want. and this may at what is supposed beyond the original deadline industry, not just our to happen in the coming days. tomorrow mps will get make things worse. there is anger business, because 35% another chance to vote of friday 29th march. of our exports go to europe. on the prime minister's withdrawal over this. of course people are and without those exports, agreement. in the previous vote in january the government was defeated by 230 votes. angry and! over this. of course people are angry and i understand that. if you want to know more we would be in a bit of a muddle. about brexit, there‘s a helpful but if this time it passes — particularly people who voted in a the major barrier to the uk leaving guide on the bbc website — we went to another business, part the eu on 29th march will have been referendum, who don‘t normally vote head to bbc.co.uk/brexit. cleared, although further in elections. but there are large of the soul of the west country, legislation will be required numbers of people who think we are where they make traditional to ensure a smooth exit. if mps vote against the deal again, on the way to a bad outcome. and cheddar cheese. the government is due to table 4,500 tonnes of it a year. further votes for this week. simply not to listen to them, starting with a vote on wednesday, they are trying to plan in which mps will be because of an instruction given two ahead, but it is tough. they fear what the trade asked if they support leaving the eu and a half, nearly three years ago, agreements will look without a withdrawal a birmingham city fan has been like if a deal is not done. agreement and a framework doesn‘t seem to me to make sense. for a future relationship on jailed for 14 weeks for attacking 29 march. aston villa captainjack grealish wto tariffs on dairy this is essentially giving on the pitch during products could be 42%, mps the opportunity the democratic, sensible way of the second city derby. so that would make quite to decide whether to back — proceeding is to say what is in paul mitchell hit grealish a difference to which countries or rule out — the uk leaving the eu from behind about ten minutes reality available. to put that to into sunday‘s game at st andrew‘s. would actually still want to buy with no deal in place. the electorate. to say, is that what the products when we have if mps vote to rule he admitted assault to increase charges out a no—deal brexit. and encroachment on to the pitch, by that sort of level, the following day, on thursday, at birmingham magistrates‘ court. so that is a level of concern. mps are expected to get you want, if not do you want to the opportunity to vote on whether they support a short remain in the eu. that what is nick clitheroe, the sport editor
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and we have currently got customers extension of article 50's democracy is about. i sense a real at bbc midlands today has who are buying product from us under two—year negotiating period. if mps back this motion then the uk been following the case. european trade agreements, will ask the eu for an extension frustration in you which i haven‘t who are considering making beyond the original deadline seen before. are you just thinking, 27—year—old paul mitchell contingency plans to replace that we are out of time? we are running of cock hill lane in supply if no decision is made rubery in birmingham admitted both out of time. and a no—deal brexit quickly, because they need to secure offences this morning. of friday 29th march. products for their customers this afternoon we‘ve had the sentencing of mr mitchell after the magistrates in those third countries. thatis out of time. and a no—deal brexit that is is something i cannot considered a probation report. contemplate facilitating. the longer his lawyer having appealed for potentially a community service this goes on, the bigger the crisis sentence or at least and finally, we travel thatis this goes on, the bigger the crisis that is going to develop. seeing to a brewery in rural somerset. this crisis is threatening, i think what is actually going a suspended prison sentence. on in that machine? andrew cooper has invested heavily in his business, it is threatening our democratic this new machine can the eurosceptic conservative institution and the legitimacy of process 6,000 cans an hour. government and the view of the backbencher ben bradley is here. but in the last hour the magistrates he now sells his beer competence of members of parliament, have come back and said in almost 30 countries. do you think the prime minister is ido competence of members of parliament, i do get frustrated, by what i see that they are minded to impose a 14—week prison he voted remain but he does heading to france this afternoon?” sentence so mr mitchell will go as the unrealistic and unwillingness to prison for 14 weeks. understand that is the case. there see some opportunities. they said that a message had needs to be more discussions if she to be sent out to fans of my colleagues to look at the that players had the right entrepreneurial businesses, is going to have anything to bring we are light on our feet. back tomorrow. over the weekend it reality in the face. and to just to protection when they are on the pitch and that there should be we find solutions to problems. doesn't seem anything concrete has a deterrent effect both that is kind of what you have come forward. some noises from mr to mr mitchell and to all other to do, and we will, football fans as a hide our heads in the sand and result of today‘s sentencing. but it will take a while. so, 14 weeks in prison barnierfrom stepping back think, we could magic it and i don‘t come forward. some noises from mr barnier from stepping back from something we have rejected. if she for mr mitchell this afternoon. and i‘m sure there is going to be is going to get something we can wa nt to think, we could magic it and i don‘t want to commit myself, because it my some great opportunities other news — china, ethiopia, if and when it goes ahead,
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have a vote that will work, she irritate some of the people who but there is definitely going to be needs to come back with something normally support me, in view of the south africa and indonesia meaning. today. it is desperate a period of pain on the way there. are grounding all boeing 737 max—8 so, above all, for those enormity of this crisis, that is not aircraft, after yesterday‘s stuff at this stage. hind sight is a in the business of hops, an adequate response. thank you for crash near addis ababa. along with cheese and chops, wonderful thing. i don't think all 157 people on board the flight they want things quickly joining us. to nairobi were killed, including seven britons. to become clear. anybody could look back and say we claire marshall, bbc news, would have done it like this. it has in the west country. it was the second crash involving been a bit of a mess. but we are getting to crunch time and the prime a max eight in the last five months. the nhs could soon have a new tool up its sleeve minister needs to decide what she ethiopian airlines says two flight to help us lead healthier lives. wa nts to if you want to know more data recorders have been recovered minister needs to decide what she about brexit, there‘s a helpful from the crash site. researchers at imperial college wants to do. if she comes back guide on the bbc website — richard lister has the latest. london are trialling a new app for patients with type 2 diabetes, head to bbc.co.uk/brexit. it was a new plane with without any sense of, look there is you‘re watching afternoon live, an experienced pilot which uses a sample of their dna these are our headlines: in good conditions. downing street says tomorrow‘s ‘meaningful vote‘ to help them choose something new, and she loses on brexit will go ahead, the best food to eat. tomorrow, where does that leave her as the prime minister faces if the trials go well, authority? it is damaged. ithink it the prospect of another its hoped the app could be used defeat in the commons. crash investigators say by gps to treat conditions is damaged already. i and most of my they‘ve found the voice but minutes after take—off, like heart disease, and data recorders from ethiopian airlines flight 302 obesity and mental health. the ethiopian airlines plunged into this farmland, sean fletcherfrom inside out london plane which went down followed one family, collea g u es is damaged already. i and most of my killing everyone on board. putting the new technology colleagues i don't think will vote yesterday killing 157 people. the fact there is so little of it for a deal that is the same as the left a suggested fell almost vertically at great speed. to the test. one we have rejected. the only a 16—year—old boy and a 20—year—old man appear in court in separate hearings — from above, the crash person who wouldn't give you a charged with the murder site appears contained, ofjodie chesney in east london. dominated by a single crater. straight answer about how they would meet the crown—spencer vote on no deal and extension, the family from canvey island. and — your chance to shape our coverage. dad andrew has an artificial heart only one who is not clear is the the bbc‘s in bradford climb and descent but particularly valve and 19—year—old charlotte prime minister. she will have to all week, taking an in—depth climb are the most was diagnosed with a hole make a decision. if you're a betting look at the city and we want critical phases of flight. in the heart. to hear what stories that‘s just an industry standard eating a healthy diet man, no idea if you are, do you you want us to cover. across the board for all aircraft. is important to them. think we will have an amended... so anything that goes charlotte and andrew have some quite wrong in those stages serious health issues.
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is going to be more potentially, you want to make sure that you give motion tomorrow? or will bit the carry more consequences, in sport concerns about footballers‘ worst case scenario catastrophic. them the best chance at preventing anything further from happening. same, in which case the answer may they have agreed to trial a new app well be the same? it depends what welfare after two pitch invasions. that uses your own dna results jack grealish the subject of an it‘s the second time this she gets this afternoon. if i were a type of aircraft has to select the best food choices. crashed in five months. betting man, i'm not really, but her form in government has been to incident in birmingham which has this is a wreckage from a lion air delay. it wouldn't surprise me. but seen a man plead guilty to assault. 737 max—8 in indonesia last october. it also came down iithink delay. it wouldn't surprise me. but dnanudge is a way of people i i think we are getting to the minutes after take—off. point and the public and my russian athletes will remain banned being able to make very small the initial crash report focused changes to their nutritional constituency and widely are sick of this and want that line to be drawn. on maintenance, faulty sensor choices, so it is not saying eat and the anti—stall system. a banana instead of a biscuit, they want us to make a decision. if from athletics. you can still eat a biscuit but this the question for investigators is whether these two is the better biscuit accidents may be linked. he shouts that enough times, i may for you based on your dna. once i have taken your swabs become convinced. but we need a i insert this into this thing the victims came from 35 countries, final answer. do you hear in the called a dna cartridge. and manu otije is ruled out of seven were british. what it does is extracts corridors behind you amongst those england‘s squad. more at half past. among them sarah alfred, a polar from that swab purified dna. after 10—15 minutes, expert who was heading to a un your entire dna gets transported to that capsule. brexiters who sense any delay would conference in nairobi. joanne toole, an environmental campaigner, was going derail the whole process? there is a to the same event. other news, china and ethiopia have it‘sjust tragic she feeling that delay is another word grounded all boeing 737 couldn‘t achieve more. the capsule is worn max eight aircraft — on a bracelet that is synced for trying to block the thing. the after yesterday‘s crash near addis ababa. she is very well known with the app which tells in her own line of business. you which foods to avoid. prime minister has said herself all 157 people on board the flight we‘ve had many tributes when i got my results, numerous times, she sees no benefit to nairobi were killed — i‘ve got a high sensitivity to sugar including seven britons. to delay, it doesn't change the which means i‘ve got a high chance already already pay to her. choice that we have got to make.
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of developing type two diabetes. whether she will stick with that it was the second crash involving around the world, airlines with while shopping the family use this week, but extending a article a max 8 in the last five months. these aircraft are taking stock. the app to make their food choices. ethiopian airlines says two flight too much salt. data recorders have been recovered 50 doesn't change if the eu won't from the crash site. like ethiopian airlines, china richard lister has the latest. it was a new plane with is grounded those in its fleets. an experienced pilot give us concessions we will have to in good conditions. there are only a few in use in the uk. but minutes after take—off, vote on the deal. and your vote. if ethiopian airlines flight 302 what we like about this app plunged into this farmland, the anglo german company tui has 15 but says all its is it is ever so easy, there are temporary problems...“ aircraft are safe to fly. it is red or green and tells killing everyone on board. you at the point you're making decision based on your own dna she doesn't you will vote against? the fact there is so little of it at the crash site, the authority which of those choices is better yes. thank you. left a suggested fell almost or worse for you. said today they had found a black but can you really predict vertically at great speed. box data recorder from flight 302. that accurately which foods are good for you? airlines and passengers will be if you want to know more from above, the crash hoping it can explain this disaster. about brexit, there's a helpful site appears contained, richard lister, bbc news. dominated by a single crater. guide on the bbc website — head to bbc.co.uk/brexit. climb and descent but particularly the british embassy climb are the most in ethiopia has said that all your questions appsed there. —— critical phases of flight. anyone worried about a british relative who may have been affected by the crash can call them on 00 251116170100. a nswered all your questions appsed there. —— answered there. well, most of them. that‘s just an industry standard we showed the app to consultant across the board for all aircraft. geneticist dr francis elmslie. you're watching afternoon live. so anything that goes wrong in those stages is going to be more potentially, geneticist dr frances elmslie. carry more consequences, these apps, at this stage are, other news, china and ethiopia have worst case scenario catastrophic. i would say, too early grounded all boeings to individually predict risk 737 max—8 aircraft — after yesterday's crash for a particular individual. near addis ababa. the science behind it has been based all 157 people on board the flight it‘s the second time this on populations and it‘s difficult type of aircraft has to move from science that‘s been to nairobi were killed , to nairobi were killed, crashed in five months. generated in populations down this is a wreckage from a lion air to a single individual.
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more research needs to be done. including seven british nationals. 737 max—8 in indonesia last october. a 16—year—old boy has appeared it was the second crash involving before magistrates in east london, a max eight in the last five months. charged with the murder it also came down of 17—year—old jodie ethiopian airlines says two flight minutes after take—off. chesney, who was stabbed but trials using this app recorders have been recovered to death in a park while listening from the crash site. the initial crash report focused are under way in the nhs richard lister has the latest. on maintenance, faulty sensor to music with herfriends. using pre type two diabetes both he and a 20—year—old man — and mental health patients. and the anti—stall system. you could imagine a world manuel petrovic — are due to go it was a new plane with where the gp says, why don‘t an experienced pilot the question for investigators on trial in the autumn. you wear one of these? in good conditions. is whether these two daniela relph has this update why don‘t we give you the kit accidents may be linked. from barkingside magistrates‘ court in east london. to help inform your choices? i think this could have fantastic but minutes after take—off, we can‘t name him, potentialfor the nhs. ethiopian airlines flight 302 because of his age. what do our family make of the app? plunged into this farmland, the victims came from 35 countries, he spoke just to confirm his at first i thought it would just name and his address. killing everyone on board. he was asked how old he was, be a gimmick but no, seven were british. he told the court he was 16 years old and he was extremely tearful. every time you get a packet the fact there is so little of it left a suggested fell almost he was crying in the dock, something you are tempted to scan it that the magistrate recognised, with the app and see vertically at great speed. exactly what is in it. saying he could see his upset. sean fletcher, bbc news. from above, the crash he‘s charged with murdering site appears contained, among them sarah alfred, a polar dominated by a single crater. jodie chesney in harold and you can see more on that story expert who was heading to a un hill on march first. on inside out at 8:30pm tonight. conference in nairobi. joanne toole, an environmental he has now been remanded and it will be available campaigner, was going climb and descent but particularly to the same event. in custody to what the court climb are the most it‘sjust tragic she was told was "an appropriate critical phases of flight. couldn‘t achieve more. on the iplayer from tomorrow. she is very well known youth detention centre." that's just an industry standard in her own line of business. across the board for all aircraft. he will be back in court tomorrow, jamie is here to bring us the we‘ve had many tributes so anything that goes but this time at the old bailey. business news in a moment. looking wrong in those stages already already pay to her. is going to be more potentially, and he is the second person to be rather relaxed in that nice warm carry more consequences, charged with the murder worst case scenario catastrophic. around the world, airlines with ofjodie chesney and this is very studio! what is the main story these aircraft are taking stock. much an ongoing inquiry. tonight? it is brexit, of course, like ethiopian airlines, china the metropolitan police say but also problems at boeing and the is grounded those in its fleets. that four other people have been arrested. it's the second time this there are only a few one on suspicion of murder type of aircraft has and three others on suspicion fallout from the crash in which 157
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crashed in five months. of assisting an offender. in use in the uk. people died. and what it means for this is a wreckage from a lion air the company. we have read recently 737 max—8 in indonesia last october. there have been a number of airlines it also came down the anglo german company tui has 15 but says all its minutes after take—off. aircraft are safe to fly. you‘re watching afternoon live, that are actually cancelling or stopping theirflights the initial crash report focused that are actually cancelling or stopping their flights as a result of that crash. we are going to look on maintenance, faulty sensor these are our headlines: and the anti—stall system. at the consequences of that. we will the question for investigators at the crash site, the authority will she won‘t she? is whether these two said today they had found a black be with you in a moment. accidents may be linked. speculation mounts that theresa may box data recorder from flight 302. will travel to strasbourg later, first a look at the headlines airlines and passengers will be in an attempt to find a brexit breakthrough before on afternoon live. the victims came from 35 countries, hoping it can explain this disaster. tomorrow‘s crucial vote by mps. richard lister, bbc news. birmingham city fan paul mitchell will she won‘t she? the british embassy in ethiopia has speculation mounts that theresa may has been jailed for 14 weeks said that anyone worried for assaulting aston villa captain will travel to strasbourg later, seven were british. about a british relative who may jack grealish. in an attempt to find have been affected by the crash can crash investigators say they‘ve a brexit breakthrough before tomorrow‘s crucial vote by mps. call them on 00 251116170100. found the voice and data recorders birmingham city fan paul mitchell from the ethiopian airlines plane has been jailed for 14 weeks which went down yesterday killing all 157 people on board for assaulting aston villa captain jack grealish. china, ethiopia, south africa and indonesia are all grounding boeing 737 max—8 aircraft — after yesterday‘s ethiopian airlines crash which killed all in sport, we have to dream — 157 people on board. among them sarah alfred, a polar expert who was heading to a un a 16—year—old boy has appeared manchester city manager, pep conference in nairobi. guardiola, calls on his players to joanne toole, an environmental campaigner, was going to the same event. before magistrates in east london, push themselves in pursuit of the it'sjust tragic she couldn't achieve more. champions league ahead of their tie she is very well known charged with the murder of in her own line of business. 17—year—old jodie chesney, who was we've had many tributes with schalke tomorrow. russian here‘s your business already already pay to her. stabbed around the world, airlines with to death in a park while listening athletes will remain banned from to music with herfriends. headlines on afternoon live. these aircraft are taking stock. both he and a 20—year—old man — athletics until further notice as manuel petrovic — are due to go three—piece suites are out like ethiopian airlines, china has the sport‘s world governing body
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grounded those in its fleets. on trial in the autumn. and electric toothbrushes are in — there are only a few daniela relph has this update turns down their appeal for from barkingside magistrates‘ court in east london if you are wondering what i‘m in use in the uk. reinstatement. and manu itoje has talking about, it is the office of national statistics updating the list of items used to calculate yes, the 16—year—old appeared been ruled out of england‘s game on inflation. the anglo german company tui has 15, but says all its in court here within the past hour. envelopes and washing powder we can‘t name him, saturday. i‘m back with morejust are also gone, but baking trays, aircraft are safe to fly. because of his age. he spoke just to confirm his after half past. flavoured teas and smart speakers are new additions to the list. name and his address. the number of people visiting stores in february saw the biggest fall in five years. he was asked how old he was, welcome back to westminster. clear at the crash site, the authority he told the court he was 16 years said today they had found a black blue skies, but there are clouds on box data recorder from flight 302. old and he was extremely tearful. footfall fell by 2% year—on—year he was crying in the dock, something the horizon. there is a storm coming across high streets, airlines and passengers will be that the magistrate recognised, retail parks and shopping centres. hoping it can explain this disaster. saying he could see his upset. tomorrow and one in the political richard lister, bbc news. he‘s charged with murdering our correspondent larry madowo is in nairobi. jodie chesney in harold world too, with that vote at it marked the 15th month that is the first bit of positive hill on march first. westminster. more on that later. in a row of falls, he has now been remanded with northern ireland the only part news, hopefully that will explain in custody to what the court what went wrong with this flight? of the uk to buck the trend. was told was "an appropriate youth detention centre." tesla is increasing the price he will be back in court tomorrow, it‘s been revealed of some of its electric cars but this time at the old bailey. that the nhs in england wants absolutely, it is a significant to change the way it measures after scaling back a plan to close and he is the second person to be waiting times, including the 4 development, for the families of charged with the murder hour target for accident ofjodie chesney and this is very and emergency units, and 18 weeks for passenger, they hope once much an ongoing inquiry. elective operations. stores and cut costs. our health editor hugh pym says the metropolitan police say there could be a really big investigators look into it, it will that four other people have been arrested. shake up of nhs targets. one on suspicion of murder they are designed to give patients but the price rise will not apply and three others on suspicion a assurance that they will get to the new mid—market model 3. reveal why a modern plane with an of assisting an offender. treatment in a timely fashion it wants to keep the cost of a model covering cancer ca re, experienced pilot could fall from routine surgery and a&e and there will be new targets 3 at £26,400 — to boost demand. introduced, benchmarks
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the sky six minutes into flight. it will close about for mental health as well. half as many stores — they are hoping to get the bodies of to make the necessary savings. this week the bbc is giving attention will focus particularly the audience the chance on the four—hour a&e target, families so far the airline telling to shape our coverage. the 95% of patients being treated each day we‘re going or assessed in that four hours, it to be in bradford — and cost cuttings. taking an in—depth look at the city, has been missed for quite a while. us families so far the airline telling us they have begun forensic shopper numbers have fallen again. and asking people about the stories examinations to identify them. of that matter to them. those stories will then 15 months in a row and last month feature across our output, what nhs england say saw the sharpest decline course, the families are uppermost on tv, radio and online, is it hasn‘t kept up in the number of people visiting with developments in medicine, in everyone's minds, but one knows as part of we are bradford week. with people coming into a&e shops in the month of well let‘s cross to bbc look north through different pathways, february for five years. presenter harry gration to minor injuries sentence they're at the boeing headquarters and urgent care centres who‘s at a pop—up office the british retail consortium in the united states monitoring this as well as the front door of a&e, says footfall dropped in the centre of bradford. by 2% compared with 2018. closely? they are. boeing has said so they want to bring something harry to you, bradford is home. very in that measure is better much so. born and bred here. what i a hospital‘s response to urgent changes in the way we shop it is sending a team of are forcing local communities cases, strokes and sepsis and so on, and also to more minor injuries, to rethink how they attract people so they are proposing pilot schemes to the high street. investigators to join that probe. it a lwa ys much so. born and bred here. what i always wanted to do, is the weather to test that in the next few months. our consumer affairs correspondent, colletta smith, has been is something they want to make sure to two towns to see how forecast and anyone can do this. the that they can reassure the public that they can reassure the public that they can reassure the public that the aircraft is safe to fly, forecast and anyone can do this. the they‘re fighting back. forecast — wet and windy. you don‘t here is how nhs england‘s professor being the second major crash in the stephen powis unveiled the changes need any more than that. you can get last six months, it is a very to me a short while ago. this used to be a bhs. more information from bbc can have we want them to be absolutely sounds and down load the app and if it‘s pretty hard to tell now, focused on the sickest patients you want to hear simon in clear but removing the floor has turned because that is what the public the men‘s department popular aircraft around the world. tells us they are most concerned into a sponge pit. they‘re doing things about, so getting quick and a high clarity, you can. and my differently in doncaster. it can carry up to 210 passengers standard of treatment nine years ago, the council was in trouble and a new team and is filled to be fuel efficient. colleague... excuse me sir, my which is delivered every day was drafted in to sort out the town‘s problems. across our accident and emergency boeing likes to say the 737 range is top of the list was
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friend gail. are you enjoying departments for patients who may a failing high street. yourself. very much. so it is have a stroke, who may the town centre was struggling. the most successful in its history. have a heart attack, bustling. yes it is what we wanted. who may come in with sepsis, we have less than half of the office if you have 5,000 orders pending and space that‘s typically that is really important you get this bit of negative news and there is the gallery. a lot of because starting treatment quickly in a town centre to others, can be the difference double the amount of retail space activity going on in the gallery. that‘s different to others, they want to get ahead of the story never mind. we can go around here and a vacancy rate that was double between life and death. what was happening in the uk. and assure the industry it is good. where there is some activity. this so the council spent is the blue room and this is very that was nhs england‘s professor ethiopian airlines are under stephen powis explaining how some £50 million on a new cinema, pressure to do something? that is of the a&e changes might work. a new theatre, and transforming exciting. can i interrupt, know the old wool market, you‘re busy. tell us about what is which is due to open why it has almost gone out of their the pilot schemes are going to be going on here. we are from bbc blue in the next few days. way to point out if credentials of rolled out over the summer. we‘re a work in progress and we‘ve if they are seen to be successful, still got masses of challenges, the captain and their air safety room and we are about new technology then nhs england will say i‘m not going to lie about that, record, that is one of the best on and you can have a go on some to ministers actually this but what we‘re not doing is the way to go, we want is sticking our head the continent. they say it is virtual reality. the berlin blitz is the four—hour a&e target replaced in the sand, being an ostrich. we‘re not saying it‘s somebody else‘s job. the one we are showing, around with something different. we are cracking on and making the change we want to see. but on the other side unlikely to happen and they are archive video from a 1943 report on the high court has heard that plans of the peak district, trying to blame boeing. that is the archive video from a 1943 report on a lancaster bomber. you can have a to expand heathrow would have in the town of leek, what‘s been described as ‘severe‘ in staffordshire, they think it go on al. this is amazing. if a consequences for londoners. should be businesses who take charge five separate cases are being of high street regeneration. latest. thank you very much. brought by environmental groups, local authorities and residents against the transport secretary, chris grayling. councils are top—down, the british embassy in ethiopia has child comes down... and they hold so they'll come in and they'll go, said that anyone worried the government says it we're going to do this. about a british relative who may will robustly defend its decision and people will sit back and go, to back a third runway. have been affected by the crash can right, go on, then. call them on 00 251116170100. the ipad over the picture they and then when it's all finished, coloured and it brings the they go, what are you going to do for me now? so this is about going,
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characters to life and they're cbbc an american man has claimed to have it's up to you to do it, found a video tape allegedly and it's up to you to get characters. anyone can have a go and showing the musician r. off your backsides and start working together, start doing have a colour in. that is fantastic. things for yourself. chris runs a campaign public health england has published coming down to the broadway centre. called "totally locally". showing the musician r it‘s designed to get businesses a series of recommendations i want if i may to just introduce kelly sexually abusing underage girls. meeting and working together, to improve air quality, you to helen graham from the gary dennis told reporters saying up to 36,000 deaths a year that he handed the tape and encouraging residents to spend a fiver a week in local shops. can be attributed to long—term national museums project. thank you to authorities after discovering it at his house. it used to be called "bleak leek", exposure to pollution. r kelly was charged it's calling on local councils for joining national museums project. thank you last month with 10 and it's not any more. to discourage highly polluting forjoining us. tell us about what counts of aggravated criminal sexual i‘m really proud of it. vehicles from entering populated this project actually is. yeah, the abuse involving four alleged areas and impose congestion charges yeah. in cities across the uk. victims, three of whom were minors. we all help each other out. it also wants more ambitious targets the r&b artist has denied the surprise success has been project is a collaboration between appearing in the video, the totally locally burger — and all other charges. meat, bread and veg, this week the bbc is giving for electric car charging points. the university of leeds, the science all sourced from the high street the audience the chance and on sale in the pub for a fiver. museum and community partners in to shape our coverage. each day we‘re going this one item on our menu is worth — paul cosford from public bradford. it is about how the museum to be in bradford — health england joins us taking an in—depth look at the city, in buying ingredients from central london. can build connections to people and on the high street — and asking people about the stories {300—400, going straight organisations in bradford. what has that matter to them. back into derby street. those stories will then oh, it‘s brilliant in leek! how likely is any of this to happen? feature across our output, the success been so far? you have on tv, radio and online, i mean, everybody‘s friends. just started. you‘re looking forward feature across our output, you know, all the business owners i was reading the other day bath has work together to create a critical bbc look north presenter to having some success in the not harry gration has been mass of everybody coming turned down the idea of a congestion speaking to zaira kausar, into the town, and, you know, too distant future. it is a national who appeared in the bbc three into the town, and, you know, zone. what our report does is to documentary "bats, balls research project and we are putting and bradford girls" about an all we‘re just all mates, aren‘t we? on an exhibition. so opening on asian cricket team. we are. give local government a number of it‘s really good. options and talks through the the businesses here are showing evidence for the different things asian cricket team. that a lot can be done that they can do to reduce this to transform a town, friday, above the noise, 15 stories without a big bill for the council. and although it‘s a very different problem of harm from air pollution. from bradford. a lot of people in i should sing at this point, # i approach to the work in doncaster,
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there are many local authorities both places are rising doing fantastic work in this area bradford how people have risen above don‘t like cricket, i love it. i to the challenge of pulling shoppers back into town centres. and wants to do more. and obviously love that tune. i bet you like it. colletta smith, bbc news. the noise of negative media. that is the markets today have been fairly thatis something if you were talking to and wants to do more. and obviously that is variable, but what we are yes that is true. tell me about your about here is giving them the tools normal bradford folk it would be cricket team. we have had it for flat apart from a slight with which to do so. i think if we that, that negative media stories four years, it is just how the asian are the ones that make people think strengthening of the pound. we re with which to do so. i think if we were talk about something between 30 it is not a nice place and yet it girls have broken down so many you can see it there at 1.3095 and 40,000 people a year dying as a is. that is what we are doing, result for instance of a barriers. us asians, girls are not telling different stories about how water—related pollution, we would be allowed to play sports, but we have having a different conversation. the people have kept in contact with proved we can do whatever the guys against the dollar. issue would be what do we need to do other parts of world, made their own can do. we have pushed ourselves to all ahead of the three votes social words. used community on brexit in parliament that we have and how quickly. in air pollution is infrastructures to tell their own been covering over the last few news stories and that question of the maximum to play cricket and let hours, but let‘s take a look at how seems to be a different conversation. we are saying, look, what happened when you're one of the eve ryo ne the maximum to play cricket and let everyone know the fact that we play they are expoected to react as those votes are ta ken over — whatever else we do, let's think cricket and we have won a lot of mediators, the people the press may we think — the next three days. about the future generations, for my gervais williams is senior phone up to represent bradford. that stuff. we loved the documentary, but exeuctive director of miton group. generations, your generations, our there is a great love, everybody we have seen the pound strengthened, must be useful, you‘re training generations, your generations, our generations, it may be too late. but asi we have seen the pound strengthened, as i was saying, why is that today? knows that the asian community loves people with deal with journalists. for our children's generation we cricket. if you go to every asian what has been going on? the have the ability to act, to make one thing we are interested in is sure they grow up, they go to underlying demand as people expect the cross over between the science house, there is always tv on school, they live in homes and in and media and things of importance certainty so come out in the next pakistan playing or india playing, communities and they work in places to people in bradford and that is eve ryo ne pakistan playing or india playing, everyone loves cricket, but it is month or two and as they look ahead where they won't be subject to the how we came up with the concept. do the fact that girls should stay they are anticipating that if we did same problem of air pollution and inside and should clean up, do
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people still like to have a look see an agreement and more certainty stuff. but we have said no, we have it would come through in a thatis same problem of air pollution and that is a real prize we should be around museums, that is the question sat down and do what we want to do after. the difficulty is the people often ask. it is always a strengthening of the pound. against infrastructure that is involved. we that, uk assets are looking challenge. they have things from the and enjoy ourselves. there is no talked about electric cars, there is past, but they're trying to make point in doing something we don‘t overlooked, p —— people have been a massive cost element to this? we them relevant to the present and the future. that is at the heart of what enjoy. wh would you like to see anxious and looking at the uk asset have got a significant problem. i'm we're trying to do, to find that markets again and putting a bit more happen? i would like to see more capital to work. studio: what would a doctor and see 30 to 40,000 people point of relevance between the girls playing cricket. there is a collections and themes and people's dying as a result of this problem. you say is the best outcome as far lives today. that what is it is hab. small minority playing cricket. we the question is what do we need to wa nt to small minority playing cricket. we want to make sure that a lot of as the uk stock market and the pound what is the most significant thing asian girls can come out, support is concerned? i think if it isjust do? we have the technologies that you‘re learn ing so far? available and we have the policies us, we support them, because look at some kind of agreement of one kind us, we support them, because look at us, we support them, because look at us, we have come so far. i‘m here, that are available to us should we or another, i think a non—agreement wish to put them in place to resolve what is the most significant thing that you're learn ing so far? what is crucial is how people shape their i‘m a bradford girl with you doing would be slightly adverse initially, this problem. i think we need to own places. so there might be a this now, we want more girls to play but even that in a way adds to more change our mind set from isn't this frustration with how people from the certainty going forward. just an cricket, enjoy it and not feel agreement would be good, whether it scared about people looking at them, outside see bradford, but bradford is the agreement that mrs may wants difficult, to how are we going to do is creative by the creativity and saying you shouldn‘t play. i don‘t know but i think we are this pollution clean up? we have a political motivations of people here close to the finishing posts and big problem and we need to act and scared about people looking at them, people are getting to anticipate and the museum can, by taking the saying you shouldn't play! scared about people looking at them, saying you shouldn't play. . what that. people are looking at the uk clea n big problem and we need to act and clean this pollution up. thank you. about the facilities, do you have stories into it, can interpret the stock market and saying it is the right facilities. yes, we are collections. you're doing the same thing we‘re trying to do, to get undervalued? that's right. over the last two years we have seen most this week the bbc is giving teaching young students about the audience the chance people to contact us, give us their cricket and we have got like, investors being a bit anxious and they have withdrawn capital from the to shape our coverage. story, rather than the other way sometimes we could use their ground each day we're going around. we are not setting the to be in bradford — to let girls play cricket as well. uk, or not put as much in as they taking an in—depth look at the city, agenda, the people can set the and asking people about the stories so we have got the equipment and the would normally have done so and agenda. that is such a great thing invested in other places around the that matter to them.
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those stories will then it is happening in the same week and facilities and we need more girls to world. the world isn‘t growing as feature across our output, come and play so we can help them fast as it was and if anything the on tv, radio and online. a chance of resetting the agenda progress further, as well as teach uk is looking a bit cheaper so the uk is looking a bit cheaper so the nationally about bradford. it is uk stock market could begin to ourselves. are you. are you a bowler appreciate. it is almost as if you fantastic. when do you think you can now on afternoon live we have bbc are saying things will not get much look north presenter harry gration worse, they cannot get much worse, at a a pop—up office see the fruits of your success? the or batter? i'm an all rounder. the in the centre of bradford. can only get better. it seems we harry is there to tell us about some have got to some sort of bottom exhibition is on untiljune and we of the positive stories that here. what would be the worst thing are coming from the city and how best thing i love to do is help will try and build more community to happen as far as the markets are others learn. so it is best to make much it has changed in recent times. concerned? i think if we had a others learn. so it is best to make others learn. so it is best to make others learn about how cricket can networks and the museum will take do for you. how good are a team do general election and uncertainty about who is going to be leading the thank you. i have been broadcasting from it there. from one museum you think you have got or indeed how a couple of years or so, let me give good can they become? we can, there uk going forward. that would add exhibit, no, iwon‘t uncertainty in the short term and from it there. from one museum exhibit, no, i won‘t say that. back to simon. that is the bitter sweet probably the most adverse outcome. you a snapshot about this place. you could come up with? it is now let‘s talk about boeing, an is room for improvement, but we work together as a team, we support each this is broadway shopping centre. actually at think stage. they're awful story about two planes crashing in the space of five other and then if we work together but ten years ago it was horrible, ha rd actually at think stage. they're hard work these things, i know months, the latest in ethiopia with harry. we will be back to you later. we will be able go further. i one it was a hole in the middle of the 157 people dying. this is a terrible now the weather. good afternoon day would like to go for pro. but it city and gave people a bad feeling. situation for airlines and the manufacturers to be in, the kind of now, as you can see, it is decisions they are having to make, isaa day would like to go for pro. but it is a a question of time and money.” developing, it is always busy and after a turbulent weekend, today has and some airlines have already hope you have a great season and something to rejoice about bradford. brought something calmer. but it cancelled flights. what does a will not last. through the rest of company like boeing do in a of course the stories that we are good luck with the exams and situation like this? they work very wanting are summed up by our next the week, further bouts of heavy everything else. how‘s that? back to closely with the accident investigators to help them in any guest, who is here. tell me about you, simon. thank you.
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rain and severe gales. going down way they can. at this stage the the kind of thing that you do. you issue as to what degree it was hill in the west tonight. very wet work on documents and films? yes, systematic, was it something with the lion airjet, where the and windy developing. wind gusts last month saw the sharpest decline i'm a film—maker based in bradford in the number of people similarities to that disaster, or andi visiting shops in the month was it something independent i'm a film—maker based in bradford and i make films about social, and tonight unto 70mph in the of february for five years. the british retail consortium says com pletely was it something independent completely different? the whole north—west. temperatures through the footfall dropped by 2% point about boeing is they are in a environment concerns that concerns compared to 2018. all humans around the world. my night from five to nine degrees. we changes in the way we shop strong position, they have a strong are forcing local communities order book up until 2023 with the get into tomorrow and we will have to rethink how they attract people films have been based in bradford this band of wet and windy weather to the high street. our consumer affairs correspondent, 737 and 777 which are selling well and the yorkshire region. that is sinking across northern england, colletta smith, has been to two towns to see how at the moment. do you think they nice, because i'm from bradford. so wales the south—west and into east anglia and the south—east. behind they‘re fighting back. i haven't had to travel around the should be saying these flights that some brighter skies and a should be saying these flights should be saying these flights world to make such films. what are mixture of sunshine and showers. the this is used to be a vhs. it is hard should be kept on the ground and winds ease a bit. but they pick up taking a precautionary attitude you trying to do with your films? my until something is found out about what went wrong? they are living again in the far north—west later in to tell now, but removing the floor the day and some more wet weather has turned the men‘s department into films are giving a voice to people back to the different aviation a sponge pit! they‘re doing things authorities who will make their own swings into western scotland and who may be unfortunate about decision on that. the customers will speaking for themselves. it raises northern ireland associated with this deep area of low pressure which differently in doncaster. nine years also make their own decisions and ago the council was in trouble and a certain issues in the society that i has been named storm gareth. it the airlines. for precautionary reasons a number of airlines have could bring disruption through new team was draughted in. top of cancelled flights, or deciding not feel are currently ignored, but tuesday night and into early to use this model. let's talk about critical. you are working on a few the list was a failing high street. wednesday. things at the moment. one could be a the town centre was struggling. we super dry,, had less than half of the office rather big venture, is that sfar? -- to use this model. let's talk about super dry, , the to use this model. let's talk about super dry,, the founder of the company has been told he is not space to others, double the amount welcome back as a director even fair i'm working on a british/asian of retail space and a vacancy rate though he is the biggest shareholder. can you tell me what that was double what was happening happened with julian duncan? he set
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film, that i'm looking forward to in the uk. so the council spent £50 it. it will be filmed in bradford up happened with julian duncan? he set up the business as a market stall and built it up to be a substantial and the yorkshire region mostly. so brand and he has sold a large amount really excited. it touches on some million on a new cinema, a theatre of clothing addict is a considerable business. it was worth 1.2 billion of the current issues existing in and transforming the old wool market, that is due to open soon. we at one stage and he is the largest the british asian community. so are a work in progress and we still shareholder. he has fallen out with excited about that. can i talk about this is bbc news — our latest headlines. the management team and left the have masses of challenges. but we business and has performed badly. —— downing street says tomorrow‘s meaningful vote are not sticking our head in the the positivity. that is something on brexit will go ahead — sand, we are not saying it is and it is a considerable business. you want to put forward about this as the prime minister faces the prospect of another somebody else'sjob, city. because in the past it has had sand, we are not saying it is somebody else's job, we sand, we are not saying it is somebody else'sjob, we are cracking he is offering his help to turn it defeat in the commons. on and making the change we want to see. but on the other side of the more than its fair share of knocks? crash investigators say they‘ve around. the current management team found the voice and data recorders are happy on their own and feel they from the ethiopian airlines plane yes, bradford has been in the media which went down yesterday killing don‘t need his help. all 157 people on board. are happy on their own and feel they peak district in leek, they think don't need his help. is this a case for the wrong reasons in the past. ofa don't need his help. is this a case businesses should take charge. of a company outgrowing its founder? but living here i can say it's a a 16—year—old boy and a 20—year—old man appear in court councils are top down and will come there are cultural issues and the peaceful city. there and there is in separate hearings — charged with the murder management team so they want a more ofjodie chesney in east london. in and say, we will do this and collaborative structure, not so much good and bad people every where. my leadership at the top, they want people go, all right then and then experience has been positive and more buy in from the rest of the they go, what are you going do for tea m given me a lot of as a film maker. more buy in from the rest of the team and for that reason they say nhs england announces plans me now. now it is up to you to get they have moved on from the founding which could see the four—hour a&e culture. gervais williams from miton it is an artistic place to live in waiting target scrapped — in favour of prioritising treatment for the sickest patients. off your backside and start doing things for yourself. chris runs a and is transforming for positive the queen, senior members group, thank you. let‘s have another of the royal family and leading campaign called totally locally, look at the markets. the pound has reasons and we have the bradford figures from national life attend a special service at westminster abbey, to mark commonwealth day. designed to get businesses meeting
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strengthened a bit but we have and working together and encouraging actually seen the main markets moving up but not by a huge amount, residents to spend a fiver a week in sport now on afternoon live though the s&p 500, which of course shops. i'm proud of it. the success is the broadest indicator of the us with hugh woozencroft. film, the first un unesco city of good afternoon, simon. has been the totally locally burger. film. we have connections with economy rather than the dowjones some of the biggest names in english football have called bradford city film and the meat and bread sourced from the for greater deterrents to stop football fans invading local area. this was worth buying looking strong, up over 1%. it is to international festivals worldwide. as an artist you have the support the pitch before a player or offical is seriously hurt. do with a better outlook over things ingredients from the high street, and you have the media museum and a birmingham city fan has 300 to 400 go straight back in. i oo the park and tourists coming in and pleaded guilty to attacking like global trade and those negotiations going on with china. you can get a story out of every aston villa‘s captain it is brilliant. everyone is friends now it‘s time for a look at the weather with ben rich. person. bradford is diverse and and work together and everyone comes into the town and we are just all friendly. it is really good. it jack grealish on the pitch during mates. it is good. the businesses needs changing. but as a citizen of good afternoon. after a turbulent here are showing that a lot can be weekend of whether it feels like their derby match yesterday things have calmed down a little the city, can i say it's not what it against birmingham. done to transform a town without a paul mitchell, from rubery, today. snow on the ground but blue worcestershire, hit grealish big bill for the council. although skies overhead for this weather from behind about 10 minutes into the game at st andrew‘s. he admitted assault it isa watcher in derbyshire. however, this has been portrayed. a lot of people and encroachment onto the pitch big bill for the council. although it is a different approach to at birmingham magistrates‘ court doncaster, both places are rising to is the calm before the next storm and will be sentenced later. when you‘re on the pitch like jack because through the rest of this said to me it is a friendly city, the challenge of pulling shoppers week there are further bouts of very grealish or chris smalling today, back into town centres. cos you are that much in the zone they also describe it as a city of wet and very windy weather. this is you probably don‘t realise what is going on and you go home and see the the recent satellite picture, this 150 languages. that is astonishing. actualfootage, and ijust think is the swirl of cloud, the low something serious will happen. pressure that brought rain, wind and how do you get people to stay the queen and other senior
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i am actually sort of royals are celebrating together, when there are so many like scared a little bit commonwealth day with a special snow yesterday. this is the clear a because i think i hear service at westminster abbey. different cultures? there is it all the time, it her majesty wasjoined by leading national figures slot today but the next weather opportunities for everyone in has got to happen, in a ceremony that marked the 70th bradford. there is a lot of year of the formation system is developing, deepening area the of low pressure that is going to different businesses. the thing that of the commonwealth. the multi—faith service had swing some wet and windy weather in death threats on social media, performances ranging fascinates me is the diversity of from classical renditions our direction over the next 48 is. food here. that could a reason. is. the homophobic and racial chants, to north indian dhol drumming. through the rest of the afternoon, the further east you are it stays the queen said the commonwealth you have got to put up with it. inspired its members to find ways dry with spells of sunshine, further i don‘t think we need of protecting our planet. what is your favourite.” west, thickening cloud and outbreaks to put up with it anymore. food here. that could a reason. is. what is your favourite. i can't say! there is loads. it is famous for absolutely disgusting, of rain, the winds will strengthen they should have the strongest possible punishment. earlier today the duke as well. going through tonight we that means points deduction. ta ke food and tourists and it is the birmingham one? as well. going through tonight we take the wet and windy weather, push yes, absolutely. and duchess of sussex transforming as a city, so the city playing behind closed doors. it across northern ireland, western because, someone's going to get attended an event at scotla nd it across northern ireland, western hurt, either a player or scotland and north—west england and canada house to mark the day. the rain could give localised an official. the event park and the other park which was showcased and celebrated the diverse flooding, very strong and gusty if they do not stamp this out now, community of young canadians living they have to come down in london and around the uk. winds, wind gusts of 50, 60 mph, their royal highnesses were able classified as the uk's best park. it heavy, then someone will get hurt in future. to talk to groups of young canadians maybe 70 or a bit more in the most they have to do it. about their experiences has some great spots to see. give us i don't see them having and opportunities working exposed spots across the north west. a choice other than in the commonwealth. one thing that sums up the bradford the strongest possible points temperatures through the night deduction and playing games behind closed doors. of 2019 now. so, i think diversity between five and 9 degrees. now, to weather royalty — ben rich tomorrow, this rain band is going to is the key. there is lots more provide really wet weather to start athletics‘ world governing body — the day through northern england, the iaaf — say russian has the forecast! i don‘t know what investment in bradford. so that is athletes will remain banned wales, the south—west, moving into from international competitions to say. i imagine you don‘t mean it, until further notice. the midlands, east anglia and the hoping that, it was one of backers the iaaf turned down russia‘s appeal for reinstatement, but thank you any way. you‘re which is at odds with other sporting south—east, squalling and gusty for the channel 4 bid, so it is bodies such as the world speechless. you might not think so winds along the line of this rain band, and behind that, yes, the
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growing and it is in the media a anti—doping agency and highly after you have seen this skies will brighten and we will see lot, a lot of productions have come. the international olympic committee. forecast. particularly as i know you sunshine and blustery showers, and then the next area of wet and windy they banned russian athletes for me, as a film maker, that is from competing back in november weather pushes in than double the 2015 following evidence will be there on college green for a good, a lot of films have been couple of days. there is some far north—west and there will be of state—sponsored doping. blizzard conditions over high ground filmed here like downton abbey.“ turbulent weather on the way. at the in scotland. on tuesday night in good, a lot of films have been filmed here like downton abbey. ifi weekend, that was sussex and another this area of low pressure has been brought you away from what you there are two outstanding issues. from yorkshire. there will be more should be doing this afternoon? hard named storm gareth, notice all of those need to be resolved. we are in scenes like this over the next work. for good reasons, yes. what the white lines squeezing together couple of days. things are about to on the pressure chart, strong and close contact with wada in order to gusty winds, up to 60 or 70, perhaps about broadway, what do you think of get a ccess close contact with wada in order to become unsettled. today has been the it? it is nice. iwas get access to the data, and as soon calm before the storm. this was how as we have everything we need and about broadway, what do you think of it? it is nice. i was surprised when it looked in devon, a lovely day for 75 mph in places. on wednesday the it? it is nice. i was surprised when it opened how beautiful it looked winds will ease a bit but not a lot, a stroll. but over the next 48—hours inside and reminded me of the town the ar you report back to us that we can expect heavy rain and severe we will see some sunshine, further in dubai as well. it is good. thank they have everything they need we will seriously consider the options gales. some stormy conditions. the blustery showers with rumbles of you very much. more from me later. satellite shows us what is going on. thunder mixed in. temperatures during wednesday between nine and 12 simon, back to you. thank you. we and recommend to the iaaf council this is the weather system that degrees. there will be more spells brought wind and rain yesterday. of wet and windy weather heading for reinstatement. then a clear slot and then this next if england are to win towards the end of the week, so will return to him later. let us an unlikely six nations title at the weekend, there could be well some travel system. this is real weather maker, disruption over the next few days. know what you think. they‘ll have to do it without their influential forward maro itoje. the deepening area of low pressure, stay tuned to the forecast and to the saracens lock isn‘t included in the 31—man training your local bbc radio station. sqaud ahead of the meeting which has been na ed storm gareth. with scotland at twickenham on saturday. he‘s returned to his club time for the weather, it is ok here, to continue rehabilitation after two but things are going to change? yes separate knee injuries for the rest of this afternoon, one have seen him sidelined
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since the ireland game or two showers in the south west of on the opening weekend a little bird tells me you will be of the tournament. england and south wales. some late there for the next couple of days.” sunshine in the east. cloud can see from your smile that is scotland wing tommy seymour has been thickening in the west with rain in ruled out of scotland‘s final six nations match against northern ireland, scotland and into loaded. you may some choice words northern england. some heavy bursts england with a rib injury. for me tomorrow, there is some wet the same problem affecting his of rain and strong and gusty winds, opposite winger blair kinghorn. both were injured on saturday and windy weather on the way. it against wales and join stuart hogg on the injured list. comes after a turbulent weekend. the scots haven‘t won up of rain and strong and gusty winds, up to 70mph across exposed spots in the north—west. temperatures six to this is a picture of sussex and at twickenham since 1983. eight degrees. but tomorrow morning, waves crashing on to the shore. a olympic and commonwealth if you‘re out early, not a pleasant medallist anthony ogogo has similar story in north yorkshire. announced his retirement. his professional boxing today and things are calmer. a career has been blighted start. very heavy rain and some by a serious eye injury. beautiful day for a stroll in devon. ogogo won bronze at however this isjust the calm before the 2012 london olympics, really squally gusty winds, that but has not fought since fracturing will slide into east anglia and the the next storm. through the rest of an eye socket against south—east. behind that, we have craig cunningham in 2016. the next storm. through the rest of the week we will see various bouts he has also endured shoulder of very wet and windy weather. heavy and achilles injuries. bright skies and sunshine and a scattering of showers. the showers that‘s all the sport for now. rain and severe gale there is a could cause some disruption. let's you can find more on all becoming widespread in the north and look at the satellite. it tells the those stories and hear what pep guardiola has had to say blizzard conditions in the north of story and you can see this swirl of ahead of the champions league cloud. that is yesterday's low meeting with schalke tomorrow scotla nd blizzard conditions in the north of scotland over the high ground. tuesday night into wednesday, look pressure that brought the rain and at the isobars squeezing together. a snow and strong winds, but had had a on the bbc sport website.
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real squeeze of strong winds in clearer slot today. but this system is wiping itself up and this is an northern ireland, southern scotland, that‘s bbc. co. uk/sport. northern england, down into north increasing deep area of low we will have more in the next hour. wales, winds up to 70 or 75mph. it pressure. this has been named storm thank you. gareth and will bring strong winds, well, with the outcome of brexit stays blustery through wednesday. negotiations still uncertain, our environment and rural affairs the winds ease a bit. we will see a correspondent claire marshall has particularly tomorrow night. even been trying to find out what impact before that some windy weather. the brexit could have on uk producers. mix of sunshine and heavy showers. she‘s been speaking wind strengthening this afternoon in to a lamb farmer, a cheese temperatures of nine to 12 degrees. northern ireland and western maker and a brewer — towards the end of the week, there to get their take scotland and cloud and rain. further on what it might hold. is more very unsettled weather on east some sunshine. but tonight that the way. more winds, more rain. so wet weather will spread across on a hillside near bath there could be some more disruption. is the flock of kevin harrison. northern ireland and scotland with his life and existence if you have travel plans for the snow over high ground. it sinks into here are intertwined with europe. the national farmers‘ union next few days, it is worth staying northern england and wales. there has warned that no deal would decimate farmers like him. could be some issues with localised tuned to your bbc local radio station and you can read the flooding and the winds 40 to 50mph warnings on the bbc weather tonight. but they could be up to web—site. 75mph across the far north—west of i have some big worries at the moment, i mean, the uk. temperatures tonight five to one of them is the uncertainty. eight degrees. but if you're first the thought of actually crashing into a no—deal brexit could be devastating for the whole sheep industry, not just our business, because 35% of our exports go to europe. and without those exports, thing tomorrow, some heavy rain and
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we would be in a bit of a muddle. some gusty winds as that wet weather moves into east anglia and the we went to another business, part of the soul of the west country, south—east. behind it some sunshine where they make traditional and scattered showers. we with could cheddar cheese. 4,500 tonnes of it a year. see blizzard conditions in the high they are trying to plan ground of scotland as storm gareth ahead, but it is tough. dives into the picture a lot of they fear what the trade agreements will look like if a deal is not done. white lines together and that means some strong winds during tuesday wto tariffs on dairy night into wednesday, northern products could be 42%, ireland, northern england, southern so that would make quite scotland, north wales could see a difference to which countries gusts up to 75mph. so severe gales. would actually still want to buy the products when we have the winds only easing during to increase charges by that sort of level, wednesday. another day of sunshine so that is a level of concern. and we have currently got customers and heavy thundery down pours and who are buying product from us under temperatures between nine and 12 european trade agreements, who are considering making degrees. so to sum up, tonight and contingency plans to replace that supply if no decision is made quickly, because they need to secure tuesday night, severe gales and very products for their customers heavy rain and it will cause some in those third countries. disruption. stay tuned to your bbc and finally, we travel to a brewery in rural somerset. local radio station. what is actually going
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on in that machine? andrew cooper has invested this is bbc news — heavily in his business, this new machine can our latest headlines. downing street says tomorrow's meaningful vote process 6,000 cans an hour. on brexit will go ahead — as the prime minister faces he now sells his beer in almost 30 countries. the prospect of another he voted remain but he does defeat in the commons. see some opportunities. the stakes are now far too high to assume that she has this under entrepreneurial businesses, control. time is running out and we we are light on our feet. we are light on our feet. cannot afford to stand back and we find solutions to problems. wait. crash investigators say they've found the voice and data recorders from the ethiopian airlines plane which went down yesterday that is kind of what you have killing 157 people. to do, and we will, but it will take a while. and i am sure there is going to be some great opportunities a 16—year—old boy and a 20—year—old man appear in court if and when it goes ahead, in separate hearings — but there is definitely going to be charged with the murder ofjodie chesney in east london. a period of pain on the way there. so, above all, for those in the business of hops, along with cheese and chops, they want things quickly sport now on afternoon live to become clear. claire marshall, bbc news, with hugh woozencroft. in the west country. the continuing debate about those disgraceful scenes on the pitch, the significant changes to waiting time targets violence particularly against one for accident and emergency,
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player. yes, indeed. good afternoon, cancer treatment, and planned operations simon. are being proposed by nhs england. some of the biggest names in english none of the current targets have football have called for greater deterrents to stop football fans been met for several years — invading the pitch before a player or offical is seriously hurt. but nhs managers say the changes will mean urgent cases should be seen faster. you may remember the scenes of yesterday. the high court has heard that plans a birmingham city fan has pleaded guilty to attacking aston villa to expand heathrow would have captainjack grealish on the pitch during the derby match yesterday. what‘s been described as severe paul mitchell, from rubery, worcestershire, hit grealish consequences for londoners. from behind about ten minutes five separate cases are being brought by environmental groups, into the game at st andrew's. local authorities and residents against the transport he admitted assault secretary, chris grayling. and encroachment onto the pitch the government says it at birmingham magistrates‘ court will robustly defend its decision to back a third runway. and will be sentenced later. an american man has claimed to have found a video tape allegedly when you‘re on the pitch like jack showing the musician r kelly sexually abusing grealish or chris smalling today, underage girls. you are that much in the zone you gary dennis told reporters probably don‘t realise what is going that he handed the tape to authorities after discovering it on and you go home and see the actual footage, on and you go home and see the actualfootage, and at his house. on and you go home and see the actual footage, and i just on and you go home and see the actualfootage, and ijust think something serious will happen. i am r kelly was charged actually sort of scared a little bit last month with ten counts of aggravated criminal sexual because i think i hear it all the abuse involving four alleged time, it has got to happen, the victims, three of whom were minors. the r&b artist has denied appearing in the video, and all other charges. death threats on social media, the
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homophobic comments, i don‘t think we need to put up with it anymore. absolutely discussed —— my nearly 10,000 sheep were stolen across england and wales last year. disgusting, they should have the i will move away from that. strongest possible punishment. that the labour leader, jeremy corbyn is asking an urgent means points deduction. the question in the house of commons birmingham one? yes, absolutely. about progress made in achieving legal changes playing behind closed doors. to the eu withdrawal deal. because, someone's going to get if she will make a statement on hurt, eithera because, someone's going to get hurt, either a player or progress made in achieving legal because, someone's going to get hurt, eithera player oran official. if they do not stamp this changes to the eu withdrawal out now, they have to come down heavy, then someone will get hurt in agreement and the timetable for approval in this house through a future. they have to do it. i don't see them having a choice other than meaningful vote. thank you, the strongest possible points deduction and playing games behind closed doors. approval in this house through a meaningfulvote. thank you, mr speaker. as negotiations are athletics‘ world governing body — the iaaf — say russian ongoing... thank you, mr speaker. as athletes will remain banned from international competitions negotiations are ongoing in this until further notice the iaaf turned matter and at a critical stage i am down russia‘s appeal for reinstatement, which is at odds here to update the house on the with other sporting bodies such as the world anti—doping agency latest developments. my right and the international olympic committee. honourable friend the prime minister spoke to jean—claude juncker by telephone yesterday evening at the teams are continuing to talk throughout today. the government
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will make a statement later today updating the house on the progress they banned russian athletes of discussions, and as previously from competing back in november 2015 following evidence of state sponsored doping. understood the attorney general‘s at the same press conference, legal analysis will be updated iaaf president sebastian coe also announced changes to race walking following the outcome of with more events to be included in competitions. negotiations and he will be publishing his legal analysis document on any document produced maintaining afour and negotiated with the european maintaining a four medal discipline and men‘s and women‘s events at all union to the house before it meets tomorrow. clearly, i cannot pre—empt major international competitions. the outcome of these sensitive and second, continuing to prioritise urgent discussions, and i am sure the house understands that i‘m not investment in, and the development able to share details or engage in of, the race walking electronic control system. speculation about talks that are still ongoing. i can assure this if england are to win an unlikely six nations title at the weekend, house that as soon as there has been they‘ll have to do it a conclusion to negotiations at the without their influential house will be updated. the meaningful vote will take place forward maro itoje. tomorrow and the motion will be the saracens lock isn‘t included tabled today ahead of that debate. in the 31—man training sqaud ahead it is then that this house will face of the meeting with scotland at twickenham on saturday. he‘s has returned to his club a fundamental choice. back to brexit deal, or risk a delay that would to continue his rehabilitation after two separate knee injuries mean months more arguing about have seen him sidelined. have seen him sidelined since the ireland game brexit, prolonging the current on the opening weekend uncertainty, uncertainty which would of the tournament.
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wing tommy seymour has been ruled do nothing but pass control to out of scotland‘s final six nations brussels and increase the risks. it match against england with a rib injury. is incumbent on this house to deliver on the will of the british the same problem affecting his opposite winger blair kinghorn. both were injured on saturday people and to provide certainty. against wales and join stuart hogg tomorrow honourable and right on the injured list. honourable members across the house will have the opportunity to do so the scots haven‘t won at twickenham since 1983. ina will have the opportunity to do so in a meaningful invoked fully olympic and commonwealth medallist anthony ogogo has informed on the government‘s legal announced his retirement. analysis. i believe the right his professional boxing honourable gentleman and every career has been blighted honourable gentleman and every honourable member in the house by a serious eye injury. should take that opportunity to move forward and provide certainty. mr ogogo won bronze at the 2012 speaker, this is a government in london olympics, but has not fought chaos with a country in chaos since fracturing an eye socket against craig cunningham in 2016. because of this mess. i left my he has also endured shoulder and achilles injuries. office at 3:20pm. at that time, downing street was able to confirm that‘s all the sport for now. who would be responding to my question. and it seems that the the rest of our stories on the bbc whatsapp group, or a lottery or something, has chosen the memberfor sport website and app. back to simon worcester to reply to the house when my question was to the prime in westminster. thank you, all eyes will be on the chamber shortly but we don‘t know if minister. mr speaker, we find out theresa may will be in there. a lot of talk that she is on her way to from journalists that the prime
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strasbourg for further talks. when minister is apparently heading to we find out we will let you know the strasbourg this evening, or not position on that. in the meantime, heading to strasbourg this evening, hours before a meaningful vote is let‘s ta ke position on that. in the meantime, let‘s take a close look at what mps due. the prime minister was clear might vote on this week. and categorical on the 26th of our reality check correspondent, february, and i quote, "i want to chris morris, has this assessment of the parliamentary timetable, and what it might mean for brexit. so, unless — and until — reassure the house by making three something changes, here‘s what we‘re further commitments. first, we will expecting this week. another meaningful vote on the deal hold a second meaningful vote by theresa may‘s agreed with the eu. tuesday the 12th of march at the that‘s on the withdrawal agreement and the accompanying political declaration latest. " there is still 24 hours to on the future relationship. now, if it passes — 90. latest. " there is still 24 hours to go, who knows? the prime minister which is looking unlikely — well, it would have to be turned also committed to vote on no deal by into legislation, which would also the 13th of march and vote on have to get through parliament, and if that happens, whether to extend article 50 by the it will mean the uk would leave 14th of march, and she concluded by the eu with a deal. saying, "they are commitments i am would that happen on making is prime minister and i will time, by march 29th? well, the timing is now incredibly stick by them." mr speaker, this is tight, which means a short technical a matter of trust because time and extension could well be needed time again this prime minister has if the eu agreed to get that deal over the line. failed to negotiate, failed to compromise, and delayed and delayed but back to the beginning, and delayed. after three months, the if the government fails to win the meaningful vote, then we‘re expecting prime minister has not achieved one single change to her deal. she has
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a vote on whether mps want to leave with no deal. if they say, yes, we do, well, simply, as we have often said, run that‘s what would happen. down the clock. running down the but it‘s pretty clear there‘s no majority in the house clock between no deal, her deal all of commons for no—deal. the chaos of leaving the eu without so that would take us to the next vote promised by the government any agreement with anyone. mr on extending article 50 and delaying speaker, it was a bad deal in brexit. december when it was first tabled. if that also fails to pass, well, it was a bad deal injanuary when it the default position was rejected by the largest parliamentary margin ever in history is again down there — we leave on march 29th that a government has been defeated with no deal in place. but if mps vote in favour by and it is still a bad deal today of a delay, well, there on march the 11th. these shambolic are probably two options. could there be a third meaningful negotiations and endless delays are vote, with the government hoping to win over wavering brexiteers? maybe. having real life consequences in and if it passed, again, workplaces across the country. we‘d need new legislation and then at some stage, the uk would leave with businesses are holding back on a withdrawal deal in place. but if a third meaningful vote investment, jobs have been lost, failed — or if there simply wasn‘t one — then we end up here, workplaces are closing. workers fear the uk seeking a brexit delay, which would mean it wouldn‘t leave for their jobs. the eu on march 29th. workplaces are closing. workers fear for theirjobs. the national health big questions follow service and public services are from that, of course. having to spend millions of pounds number one, will the eu preparing for a no deal outcome that
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agree to that delay? this house has already clearly they‘d certainly want to know what an extension rejected. so can the minister, i‘m of article 50 was for. and number two, how long sorry the prime minister is not able an extension could last. a short one wouldn‘t make a huge to be hero, apparently, what changes amount of difference. have they got to the backstop? —— a longer one — perhaps as long as 21 months — would raise huge political issues not able to be here. when will the on all sides. attorney general be publishing his a p pa re ntly attorney general be publishing his apparently new legal advice, or is that was chris morris with our it the case that after three months reality check. of delay, nothing has changed? given let‘s talk about what labour they whipped their mps for the might do this week. amendment in the name of the sienna rodgers is from website labourlist. of all the options we could face by the end of the week, what would be honourable member which said the deal could only be supported with jeremy corbyn‘s preferred one? changes to the backstop, will the during the corbyn‘s preferred plan prime minister be voting against her is to get his version of the brexit own deal if no changes have been deal through, that is what he wants. secured? will they confirm that we at the moment all options remain on the table for the labour party, so will get absolutely meaningful vote they are also committed to voting tomorrow and it will not be delayed foran they are also committed to voting for an amendment that supports a yet again? and, as i said, the vote people‘s vote but ultimately it‘s about labour‘s deal, or a soft to rule out no deal on the 13th and brexit because it looks like we vote to extend article 50 on the might be turning towards common 14th as promised? and will the market 2.0. the people's vote, as it minister confirm that if the deal is
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is called, what do we think his rejected again tomorrow whether the personal view on that is?” is called, what do we think his personal view on that is? i think we prime minister will shift her red all know thatjeremy corbyn has very relu cta ntly all know thatjeremy corbyn has very reluctantly come to the view that lines and show notjust that she‘s labour has to support the people‘s willing to meet with members of this vote, basically as a last resort, house, but that she is willing to compromise with them as well? this because he does genuinely personally opposed no deal and wants to do chaos, mr speaker, cannot go on much anything to block that possibility. longer. the fate of people‘s the unions say however brexit workplaces, jobs and businesses is at stake the longer this government sympathetic you might thinkjeremy fails to negotiate and simply dither corbyn and len mccluskey are, they do want to block no deal. in the after dither after dither and then further delay. it is time for party, we saw tom watson this morning, there is a new group within a nswe rs. further delay. it is time for answers. the right honourable the party. would that be regarded as gentleman, i‘ve confirmed to him a threat at some stage, or is it there will be a meaningful vote in just something everybody expected?” think there is going to be lots of there will be a meaningful vote in the house tomorrow and explained negotiations are ongoing and the suspicion about the social government is seeking legally democratic group of mps. suspicion about the social binding changes which would address democratic group of mp5. i think tom watson is being quite sincere, his the concerns that have been raised aim is to keep the party together and people will see it as a party by this house. but the right within a party, something that could honourable gentleman speaks about act in the same way the erg has done chaos. we all remember his advice to the government on day one of the to undermine the leadership but
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referendum to trigger article 50 actually there is a threat of immediately. i think we can be clear that in his hands this process would further resignations of mps from parties so this is a genuine move to be no clearer. he talks about keep the party together. by investment and he and his party will anybody‘s reckoning this is a hugely have the opportunity to vote for important week for brexit and also a secure investment and to unlock hugely important week for the prime investment by backing the deal tomorrow and will do so fully minister, some of her own mps suggesting by the end of it she may informed of the government‘s legal have lost that job. analysis. he asked about the timetable for publishing the attorney general ‘s advice, i can suggesting by the end of it she may have lost thatjob. so there is lots of positioning, isn‘t there, because there is always the chance of a confirm that that advice will be general election sooner rather than published before this house sits tomorrow. speaker: mr kenneth later. absolutely and that's the other thing jeremy corbyn wants. we clarke. mr speaker, my honourable know that corbyn is best on the campaign trail, he wants to be friend firmly confirmed that the vote on the deal will come tomorrow. campaigning, and thinks those marginal seats, it might be a bit he didn‘t actually mention the difficult if brexit is an issue in event, if it is defeated, of the the election, but those marginal seats, there has been some real vote on wednesday on whether or not grassroots work there and they want the opportunity to prove again they we leave with no deal, and further can top the 2017 results. for all to that, the vote on thursday about parties this week, what goes on in delaying article 50, if indeed this the building behind us, it is the whips who will be important. they house rejects no deal. i hope it was define everything, yeah. it‘s about a mere oversight and he‘s not going
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whether theresa may chooses to whip, back on last week‘s undertakings. or what she is going to do. if she i‘m very happy to confirm to my sticks to her commitment of right honourable and learned friend extending the article 50, if she the exact words of the prime minister in making that undertaking gives that vote to mps what will she which we absolutely stand by which choose then? that could define as we will hold a meaningful vote on whether she stays or goes. sienna the 12th of march. if the government rodgers, thank you. hasn‘t won a meaningful but it will table a motion to be voted on by wednesday 13th of march asking this well, with the outcome of brexit negotiations still uncertain, our environment correspondent claire marshall has house if it supports leaving the eu been trying to find out what impact brexit could have on uk producers. without a withdrawal agreement. she‘s been speaking thirdly, if the house rejects both to a lamb farmer, a cheese of these options, the government maker and a brewer — will on the 14th of march bring to get their take on what it might hold. forward a motion on whether parliament wants to see a short limited extension to article 50. ian on a hillside near bath is the flock of kevin harrison. blackford. thank you, mr speaker, his life and existence it‘s crucial that this house has the opportunity to extend article 50 on thursday because we have to take here are intertwined with europe. back control from the shambles of a government. we are 18 days away from the national farmers‘ union the scheduled uk exit from the eu. has warned that no deal would decimate farmers like him. 18 days, and yet this government i have some big worries at the moment, i mean, one of them is the uncertainty.
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the thought of actually crashing still has no plan to protectjobs into a no—deal brexit could be and living standards. the prime devastating for the whole sheep industry, not just our business, because 35% minister is guilty of neglect. she of our exports go to europe. has proven incapable of governance, and without those exports, incapable of negotiation and we would be in a bit of a muddle. artillery, utterly incapable of we went to another business, part of the soul of the west country, leadership. the truth is, the where they make traditional cheddar cheese. politics of the united kingdom has 4,500 tonnes of it a year. become a farce. the lack of leadership from the tory and the they are trying to plan labour parties has left people ahead, but it is tough. across the united kingdom at a loss, they fear what the trade agreements will look like if a deal is not done. panicking about their futures, abandoned by their so—called leaders. mr speaker, this morning wto tariffs on dairy downing street exclaims that products could be 42%, tomorrow‘s vote will go ahead. that so that would make quite has been repeated by the minister. a difference to which countries that must happen and is welcome because to dither and delay yet would actually still want to buy again would be another act of grave the products when we have cowardice. we cannot ignore the fa cts . cowardice. we cannot ignore the facts. mr speaker, this place is in to increase charges by that sort of level, so that is a level of concern. total chaos. the crisis engulfing and we have currently got customers united kingdom is deepening. in who are buying product from us under scotland, businesses, students,
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european trade agreements, who are considering making farmers, academics, mothers, contingency plans to replace that supply if no decision is made farmers, academics, mothers, farmers, eu nationals, are rightly quickly, because they need to secure worried about their futures. but products for their customers in those third countries. this government, this tory party, and finally, we travel this government, this tory party, this prime minister couldn‘t care to a brewery in rural somerset. less about the people of scotland. what is actually going on in that machine? this deal will damage our economy, andrew cooper has invested destroy growth and deprive scottish heavily in his business, people of all the cherished this new machine can opportunities the european union has gifted us. michel barnier was very process 6,000 cans an hour. clear. the negotiations are over. he he now sells his beer in almost 30 countries. he voted remain but he does said, we talked all weekend and now see some opportunities. the discussions and negotiations are between the government in london and entrepreneurial businesses, we are light on our feet. the parliament in london. so, can the parliament in london. so, can the minister tell us, is the we find solutions to problems. government backing the prime minister‘s deal tomorrow? will the text of the motion we vote on have a new arrangement on the northern that is kind of what you have ireland backstop? has the prime minister negotiated with the to do, and we will, but it will take a while. european union new protections for and i am sure there is going to be the scottish economy? and if not, some great opportunities if and when it goes ahead, are the scottish mps in her party but there is definitely going to be a period of pain on the way there. ready to resign? scotland didn‘t
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so, above all, for those vote for brexit and we must not be in the business of hops, dragged out of the european union along with cheese and chops, they want things quickly to become clear. against our will. the sovereign claire marshall, bbc news, right of the scottish people to in the west country. in westminster it is quite on the choose our own future must be roads and there is a good reason, they have shut the roads because it respected. we are and we will remain a european nation. of course, it is is the commonwealth service. if you have been to london before you will true that all of us are leaving the know the house of commons is next to european union but we are not westminster abbey and that is where leaving europe and i will say to the the commonwealth day service is taking place, that‘s the scene right honourable gentleman that amidst his rhetoric he spoke of the outside. arrival is expected shortly interests of the scottish people. the interests of the scottish people will include the queen, senior members of the royal family and are in our strong union in the united kingdom, we want to deliver a leading figures from national life good dealfor the including theresa may, we think. united kingdom, we want to deliver a good deal for the whole united kingdom, we want to deliver a good dealfor the whole united kingdom. studio: we will pull away this will be confirmation she hasn‘t yet decided to head to strasbourg from the urgent question, with the when we see her arrive. commonwealth timetable confirmed. david davies, former brexit secretary on his feet. day is a moment for the queen to lead the members of the he isa former brexit secretary on his feet. he is a brilliant master of his commonwealth. looking at the family brief. there was also talk... of nations, as she describes it, how laughter it inspires its member states of there was also talk from the leader protecting the planet and its of the opposition about trust. is
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the prime list are not demonstrating the prime list are not demonstrating the trust this house put in her by citizens. the lull would suggest we going to europe and negotiating with the europeans a deal which will are awaiting the arrival of somebody deliver on the requirements of the british people? unlike the important. the commonwealth day message that the queen made earlier, opposition. my right honourable saying in april last year i welcomed friend is absolutely right and i pay leaders of our 53 nations to tribute to his work on this process. but also, he has said many times buckingham palace and windsor council and we witnessed how the that often these negotiations with commonwealth vision offers hope and the eu go to the 11th hour and i inspires us to find ways of think we have a demonstration of protecting our planet and our that today and there will be a people. there we are, inside the, statement from the government later today. mr hilary benn. thank you, mr politicians including john major, and leading members of the commonwealth, all awaiting the speaker. can the minister explain to arrival now of the members of the the house why the irish foreign minister simon coveney said royalfamily arrival now of the members of the a p pa re ntly minister simon coveney said royal family led by the queen. apparently earlier today, and i arrival now of the members of the royalfamily led by the queen. who of course is the head of the quote, "the prime minister is commonwealth. as the bells peel at travelling to strasbourg this evening to try to finalise an the abbey, we will nowjoin our agreement if that‘s possible to be able to put that to a meaningful vote in westminster tomorrow." can collea g u es the abbey, we will nowjoin our colleagues with the commentary. let‘sjoin fergal colleagues with the commentary. he confirm that? and if an agreement let‘s join fergal keane. non—british and formally employed
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that changes the withdrawal british countries applied to join, agreement or political declaration is reached tonight, will that have even the plo at one point. the plo in the 90s discussed possible the approval of the heads of associate membership. people want to bea associate membership. people want to be a membership of this organisation government? and if not, will it because they know that you are an actually constitute a negotiated equal, the french have their own agreement under the terms of section commonwealth, the francophonie, very 13.1 b of the eu withdrawal act? the much an organisation that pays homage to france. britain isjust chair of the select committee asked mea one of 53, you are all equal and chair of the select committee asked me a series of questions which he that‘s why people want to join. knows i think i can‘t answer all of them but what i would say to him is one of 53, you are all equal and that's why people want to join. can you be part of the francophonie world and the commonwealth? you can, them but what i would say to him is the secretary of state reiterated to me that he is keen to give evidence there is a little overlap, canada, to the right honourable gentleman‘s for example, which has millions of committee tomorrow where perhaps he french—speaking citizens belongs to can update the right honourable gentleman and his committee on all the francophonie and the of these issues. studio: we will commonwealth. but it is the commonwealth. but it is the commonwealth really that is the one move away, we are keeping an eye on that has a waiting list. i‘m with theresa may plasma movements, because as you heard, confirmation she is expected to head out to strasbourg at some point this evening. you‘re watching afternoon two members of the b positive choir live with me at simon mccoy in westminster. some breaking news from
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performing today who you might birmingham magistrates‘ court, on the sentencing of the man who rememberfrom britain‘s attacked a player during the aston performing today who you might remember from britain‘s got talent. colin, you are the director of the villa game, a birmingham fan choir. why was it formed? nhs blood entering the ground and punching and transport formed the choir jack grealish. we can go to nick because we wanted to get the message out there to everybody, please help clitheroe who is at the court. what has happened ? save and improve lives by giving blood, so bringing the choir clitheroe who is at the court. what has happened? 27-year-old paul together of people affected by mitchell from ribery in birmingham conditions that require lots of admitted both offences this morning. transfusions of different blood products and help to put the message this afternoon we had the sentencing of mr mitchell after the magistrates out there. that is what the nhs blood and transport, transplant pulled it all together for. that's considered a probation report. —— why you are part of the choir, you rubery. his lawyer appealed for potentially a community service live with sickle cell anaemia like a sentence or at least a suspended few other members of the choir. prison sentence. but in the last explain how important blood donation hour the lawyers, the magistrates is to you in your life. in my life have come back and said they are it is very important, because i have minded to impose a 14 week prison sentence so mr mitchell will go to blood exchanges every four weeks. i prison for 14 weeks. they said a have about ten units going in and message had to be sent out to fans out of me, so it's quite important that players had the right to and it definitely has improved the protection when they are on the quality of my life. i definitely pitch and that there should be a have seen other members in the
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deterrent effect both to mr mitchell choir, it has been life or death and all other football fans as a situations and it has definitely helped them. it is very important. result of today‘s sentencing. so 14 weeks in prison for mr mitchell this what song will you be singing today? afternoon. nick clitheroe, thank you very much. our clarion call, rise up, not only the nhs could soon have a new tool up its sleeve to help us to encourage people to save and lead healthier lives. improve lives, become blood donors, researchers at imperial college and also those who need, in spite of london are trialling a new app for patients with type two diabetes, which uses a sample of their dna the aches and pains, they get up to help them choose the best food to eat. anyway. that is the message we want if the trials go well, its hoped the app could be used to send. give blood, become a by gps to treat conditions like heart disease, obesity and mental health. regular blood donor. young people, sean fletcherfrom inside out london followed one family, putting the new technology black african, black caribbean, right across the spectrum, please to the test. save a life, improve a life byjust make the crown—spencer giving blood, rise up. there are family from canvey island. dad andrew has an artificial heart valve and certain communities you need more 19—year—old charlotte was diagnosed commitment from, aren‘t there? with a hole in the heart. eating a healthy diet absolutely. young people! could it is important to them. charlotte and andrew have some quite be made easierfor absolutely. young people! could it be made easier for people, absolutely. young people! could it be made easierfor people, or is it serious health issues. people don‘t know they should be you want to make sure donating? i think theyjust need to that you give them the best chance at preventing anything bea donating? i think theyjust need to be a bit more aware and understand the benefits of it. i think that's furtherfrom happening. what is really important, so if we they have agreed to trial
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can get through to as many people as a new app that uses possible and just keep trying. your your own dna results to select message is going to get out there today. mary and colin, thank you for the best food choices. your time. cheers. thank you. i suppose there is no avoiding how the commonwealth evolved, its roots dnanudge is a way of people being able to make command as you walk around this very small changes to their abbey and see the tombs and graves nutritional choices, so it is not saying eat a banana instead of many great imperial conquerors of a biscuit, you can still eat and explorers, for example, the a biscuit but this is the better biscuit for grave of david livingstone, a you based on your dna. once i have taken your missionary figure, campaign against swabs i insert this into the slave trade but a figure from the slave trade but a figure from the age of high empire. livingstone, this thing called a dna cartridge. what it does is extracts who himself, a few yards away from from that swab purified dna. after 10—15 minutes, him, the grave, sorry, memorial to your entire dna gets transported to that capsule. the capsule is worn nelson mandela, and you have the on a bracelet that whole imperial history. a man of is synced with the app which tells empire and a man who campaigned to you which foods to avoid. bring down empire very close to each when i got my results, other. absolutely, there it is, i‘ve got a high there is the memorial to the great sensitivity to sugar which means nelson mandela. in an abbey that i‘ve got a high chance of developing type two diabetes. dates back 1000 years, every aspect while shopping the family use the app to make their
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food choices. of the history of these islands and too much salt. the wider world and the empire that what we like about britain once ran and then britain this app is it is a ceased to run in 1947, of course, grave, ever so easy, it is red or green and tells you at the point with the independence of india and you're making decision based on your own dna pakistan partition and that in turn which of those choices is better or worse for you. led to the creation of the modern but can you really predict that accurately which foods are good for you? commonwealth. today really, no one we showed the app to is glossing over the past. it was consultant geneticist dr francis helmsley. britain‘s past that led to the these apps, at this stage commonwealth, but what happened 70 are, i would say, too yea rs commonwealth, but what happened 70 years ago was a sea change. it was a early to individually predict risk for a particular individual. the science behind moment when free association nations it has been based on we re moment when free association nations populations and it‘s difficult were born, as i said before, nobody to move from science that‘s been has tojoin the were born, as i said before, nobody generated in populations down has to join the commonwealth but 53 nations are very much enthusiastic members of it. it conducts itself in to a single individual. so many different ways. the commonwealth doesn‘t have ambassadors, we have high more research needs to be done. but commissioners and high commissions instead of embassies. in all of trials using this app are under way these are small ways, a myriad of in the nhs using diabetes and mental ways, it is a unique organisation.
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health patients. you could imagine a we saw nelson mandela‘s stone. he world where the gp says, why don‘t was a particular favourite of the you wear one of these? why don‘t we queen. yes, indeed. the queen always give you the kit to help inform your had the highest regard for mandela, choices? i think this could have possibly the only royal non—world fantastic potential for the nhs. leader who could call her as often as he probably did, elizabeth, and what do our family make of the app? at first i thought it would just be get away with it. a gimmick but no, every time you get a gimmick but no, every time you get a packet you are tempted to scan it with the app and see exactly what is in it. sean fletcher, bbc news. this is a type of dance rooted in the colonial era. from the age of after a turbulent weekend today has slavery but has been transformed like so much else in the brought something, but it will not commonwealth area. last. through the rest of this week further bouts of heavy rain and severe gales in the forecast and we have the duke and duchess of there could be some disruption. sussex arriving the first of many going downhill in the west today and royal arrivals. a couple who have into the evening, wet and windy very close links to the weather, wind gusts tonight up to commonwealth. in fact, 50,60, weather, wind gusts tonight up to 50, 60, may be 70 very close links to the commonwealth. infact, earlier today, they were at canada house weather, wind gusts tonight up to 50,60, may be 70 mph in the weather, wind gusts tonight up to marking commonwealth day the, with 50, 60, may be 70 mph in the exposed spots in the north—west. temperatures through the night hundreds of young canadians and the
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ranging from 5—9d. we get into tomorrow and we will have a band of duke of course is not only the wet and windy weather syncing across northern england, wales, the patron of, not only youth ambassador south—west and eventually into east for the commonwealth, but is anglia and south—east. behind that, president of the queen‘s commonwealth trust. only last week brighter skies, sunshine and showers, the winds will ease but the duchess herself was appointed as pick up across the far north—west later in the day and more wet weather swings into western scotland vice president of the queen‘s commonwealth trust. these two have and northern ireland. associated with this deep area of low pressure dedicated a lot of time to a range named storm gareth and could bring disruption during tuesday night and of commonwealth issues and will now early wednesday. be introduced to the main players of today‘s service. be introduced to the main players of today's service. as they move along the receiving line they will meet the reverend jane sinclair, the honourable david stanton. that is paul bowman, the receiver
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general. the duke is about to be introduced to the prime minister, theresa may, who is here in her capacity of chair in office, not as british prime minister. whoever happened to hold the last commonwealth summit is called the chair in office. it is like the president of the eu, and britain will hold that role until the next summit in rwanda.“ britain will hold that role until the next summit in rwanda. it is a reminder that whatever noises there are the business of the commonwealth goes on. indeed and theresa may was host along with the queen of last year‘s great summit which brought all the commonwealth leaders to london and at the time spoke of the importance. there is the secretary—general talking to the duchess. it is a reminder of a day like today, just over the road at westminster, who knows what is going on, but here there is an air of calm
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and permanence and friendship. the commonwealth games are always called the friendly games. commonwealth summits do have this unique atmosphere, do have a sense of family gathering. that‘s why it is smiles all round. and reminds us there is a wider world. yes, at times that can be very reassuring. the duke and duchess are now, having completed the introductions, they will now wait for the arrival of the duke and duchess of cambridge. the younger members of the royal family clearly picking up the queen‘s enthusiasm and following her example. the queen is a firm believer that the future and strength of the commonwealth rests in its youth, as has been pointed out already. 60% of the commonwealth‘s 2.4 billion people are under the age of 30. if
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it doesn‘t appeal to young people thenit it doesn‘t appeal to young people then it really doesn‘t have a future. the queen gets that and that is why she is so keen to pass the pattern, to bring the young generation on, to get young members of the family like harry and megan and the duke and duchess of cambridge. they have carried out overseas visits on behalf of the queen to commonwealth countries including canada, australia, new zealand. it was new zealand which was the very first country the duke, before his marriage, went on his first overseas official visit on his own. clearly enjoying the sagar dancing. he is indeed, mildly distracted! yes, he has travelled widely throughout the commonwealth, he was in africa last year on a wide range of conservation projects. the duke and duchess have taken their children to australia and new zealand. earlier this year, for
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example, the duke was addressing the world economic forum in davos where he shared a platform with the new zealand prime ministerjacinda ardern, and just next month, for example, he and his brother will be up example, he and his brother will be up at the crack of dawn on anzac day come april 25, to honour all of those australian and new zealand soldiers. that is a good moment to reflect on the fact that in the great war 3 million men from africa, from asia took part on the allied side. it's very important to remember that on a day like today. the oldest commonwealth organisation of the mall is the commonwealth war g raves of the mall is the commonwealth war graves commission. if there is one thing that does unite the commonwealth above all else, it is shared sacrifice and shared endeavour and those who paid the ultimate sacrifice, and all commonwealth nations when it comes to the commonwealth war graves and their magnificent work and when it comes to a day like today to see
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important to remember. it is the month of the anniversary of the great battles. this extraordinary multinational coalition which stood at the gates of india and repelled a japanese invasion. it is so important to remember events like that. in this year we will mark the 75th anniversary of d—day, another great commonwealth undertaking. and now it is time for the prince of wales and duchess of cornwall. he is the next head of the commonwealth. absolutely. as the commonwealth nations unanimously agreed last year, there was no debate about it at all, they were all very enthusiastic about it. the future head of the commonwealth at the request of the queen should be the prince of wales. there is no one who understands this conversation as well as she does. he‘s been to have 40 of the 53 nations and grown up
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with it, he represented the queen in 2013 at the commonwealth summit in sri lanka and made a memorable speech in which he discussed his childhood, growing up around these legendary figures such as those he had grown up around, he understands how the commonwealth works because he has grown up with it. the duchess of cornwall has been to over 20 countries, commonwealth countries, with the prince and recently appointed vice patron of the royal commonwealth society. she takes a great interest in child literacy and ru ns great interest in child literacy and runs the commonwealth essay prize. the environment is a central preoccupation of the prince of wales and the commonwealth, a big theme this year. that's right. as so many of the prince‘s core interests overla p of the prince‘s core interests overlap with those of the commonwealth, if you look at whether it is the environment, regeneration, sustainability, the role of young people in society. these are core issues that the prince and the
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duchess are very keen on and which the commonwealth are very keen on. they are a natural fit. what do you think will be the challenges of his age? of the coming age of the commonwealth. i think the commonwealth. i think the commonwealth has always learned, like the monarchy, it has to evolve and adapt. it doesn‘t have hard, fast constitutional rules and that ina way fast constitutional rules and that in a way is one of its strengths, it can move and it can adapt so perhaps in one decade it finds itself dealing with big human rights issues, or dealing with something like apartheid but now it can move on and focus on, for example, the environment. the prince of wales talking to his youngest son and the duchess. they are waiting for the queen. it is an organisation that can have a very broad range of issues at any one time. i think the fa ct issues at any one time. i think the fact that you do have countries talking as equals to small island states it gives you a different
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perspective on what matters in the world. it is worth remembering that this year is the 70th anniversary of the commonwealth and next year is the commonwealth and next year is the 70th anniversary of the united nations and the creation, sorry, the 75th anniversary of the united nations and the creation of its charter. that was borne out of a meeting of commonwealth leaders. there is a respectful atmosphere, but it is lighter in tone. more celebratory. yes, it has an atmosphere unlike any other regular event at the abbey. it is not entirely secular, but i think it is safe to say it is the least overtly christian ceremony that takes place here, because it is designed to appeal to those of all faith and none. it is happening here in one of our most ancient and famous
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churches, but it is still designed to reach out to all. we have more than 800 school—children and young people at the service this year, 76 school and youth groups. many who will be extremely excited to see the royal family. they‘re waiting a few rows up family. they‘re waiting a few rows up to catch a glimpse. they're a sturdy lot, many are in their shirts and it is not the warmest day. we are well wrapped up. there is some tough young members of congregation. there is a draught, but they are waiting, as we all are for the trumpeters from the royal household.
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the drums going still. throughout her reign the common wealth has been a key priority. she is the sovereign of 15 common wealth
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realms. she is the head of state of more of the earth than anyone else. no one has attended this service more often than her majesty herself. no one will be as familiar with what is about to happen. yet, the smile on herface, she never tires of this. we have her to thank that it is such a diverse ceremony. this began began in the church of st martin in the fields in 1966 and it was controversial, a lot of members of church of england didn‘t like the multi—faith aspect and complained about it and it was held in the guildhall in london. but the queen said, i don‘t want this to be a secular event, i want it to be held ina secular event, i want it to be held in a place of worship and westminster abbey is known as a
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royal peculiar, the queen is in charge of it. she said, i think we will have it there and it has been there ever since.
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