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this is bbc news — hello, you're watching afternoon live. this is bbc news — our latest headlines... hello, you're watching afternoon live. this is bbc news — today at five — a9 people our latest headlines... i'm martine croxall. at least a9 people have been killed, i'm martine croxall. our latest headlines. are dead and dozens at least 49 people have today at 3pm: today at apm: been killed, and more and more than 20 seriously wounded, at least a9 people have been killed, have been wounded in mass shootings and more than 20 seriously wounded than 20 seriously wounded after a gunman opened fire at two after a gunman opened fire at two at least 49 people have been killed, mosques in new zealand. at least a9 people have been killed, after a gunman opened fire at two hello, you're watching at two mosques in new zealand. afternoon live. mosques in new zealand. and more than 20 seriously wounded, and more than 20 seriously wounded, mosques in new zealand. i'm martine croxall. i just don't understand why someone today at 2pm: i just don't understand after a gunman opened fire at two would hurt after a gunman opened fire at two i just don't understand why someone us like this in such the attack, on worshippers mosques in new zealand. a mosques in new zealand. would hurt attending friday prayers why someone would hide why someone ijust don't understand why wayjust like an animal, like why ijust don't understand why us like this in such in the city of christchurch — at least 49 people have been killed, someone would hurt us a is the deadliest in and more than 20 seriously wounded, someone would hurt us like this would you treat us like that? like this and in such a way, the nation's history. wayjust like an animal, like why after a gunman opened fire at two would hide ——would hurt and in such a way, the gunman's been named just like an animal. just like an animal. would you treat us like that? us like this in such as brenton tarrant, an australian. a why would you treat us like that? he livestreamed the attack on social why would you treat us like that? wayjust like an animal, like why media, and security experts say the gunman's been named mosques in new zealand. would you treat us like that? as brenton tarrant, an australian. i was hearing that shooting after it was widely shared. for a few minutes i stopped he livestreamed the attack on social the gunman's been named the car in shock. as brenton tarrant, an australian. i leaned across the seats to avoid media, and security experts say he livestreamed the attack on social it was widely shared. shooting after shooting. it went on media, and security experts say for a few minutes i stopped the car it was widely shared. the attacks is the deadliest getting shot and apparently a bullet the attacks the deadliest for six minutes or more. in shock. in the country's history. i think i leaned across the seats new zealand's prime minister, in the country's history. the attacks the deadliest to avoid getting shot and apparently went over my car and struck the one in the country's history. jacinda ardern, says it's been new zealand's prime minister, ijust don't ijust don't understand why new zealand's prime minister, a bullet went over my car the country's darkest day. in the back. jacinda ardern, says it's been for six minutes or more. i just don't understand for six minutes or more. ijust don't understand why someone jacinda ardern, says it's been and struck the one behind. the country's darkest day. would hurt as like this, in such a someone would hurt us like this the country's darkest day. and in such a way the gunman's been named the gunman's been named just like an animal. these are people who i would these are people i but described as as brenton tarrant, an australian. way, like an animal. why would you why would you treat us like that? as brenton tarrant, an australian. describe as having extremist views he livestreamed the attack on social he live—streamed the in other news here in the uk — treat us like that? the leader of the democratic i think ithinkl that have absolutely no media, and security experts say having extremist views have attack on social media, the suspect‘s been identified i think i leaned across the seats to unionists in westminster nigel dodds as brenton tarran, a 28—year—old australian place in new zealand and, it was widely shared. absolutely no place in new zealand and security experts says the party has had who live—streamed the avoid getting shot and apparently a a constructive dialogue attack on social media. in fact, have no place say it was widely shared. with the government over security experts say blood went over my car and struck i went and looked today i went and looked today theresa may's brexit deal. and i've got to tell you, it was widely shared. the world. and, in fact, have no place in the and i've got to tell you, the one behind. while he was committing this while he was committing this we want to get a deal. we have in other news here in the uk — atrocity he was being cheered the gunman‘s been named ministers are in talks as brenton tarrant, an australian. on by hundreds of people on these world. atrocity he was being cheered on he live—streamed the with the democratic unionists attack on social media, and security experts to try to get them to back in other news here in the uk — by hundreds of people on these always been in that frame of mind, channels, including new zealanders. we do not want to leave without a say it was widely shared. theresa may's brexit deal. ministers are in talks channels, including new zealanders. i went and looked today with the democratic unionists
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that is disgusting. to try to get them to back that is disgusting. deal. i lot will depend on what the and i've got to tell you, the attacks the deadliest theresa may's brexit deal. while he was committing this children in the uk havejoined the attacks the deadliest government is able to do in terms of atrocity he was being cheered on sport now on afternoon in the country's history. thousands of teenagers in the country's history. around the world who have by hundreds of people on these new zealand's prime minister, abandoned their classrooms new zealand's prime minister, providing those guarantees that are live with azi farni. jacinda ardern, says it's been for a day of protests, jacinda ardern, says it's been channels, including new zealanders. calling for more action the country's darkest day. against climate change. the country's darkest day. that is disgusting. the draw has been made sport now on afternoon necessary to help our concerns. for the quarterfinals of the champions league and it's live with azi farni. these are people who i would the attacks the deadliest in the country's history. thrown up some interesting ties... these are people sport now on afternoon live with azi. new zealand's prime minister, who i would describe as having extremist views that have describe as having extremist views big day of sport champions there's an all—english league and gold cup jacinda ardern, says it's been that was big chairs despite centre that have absolutely no place day at cheltenham. quarterfinal in the champions who won? the country's darkest day. absolutely no place in new zealand league — who's in it? in new zealand, and, in fact, when thejob is meet that was big chairs despite centre when the job is meet early at this money. the good news is that they and in fact no place in the world. have no place in the world. will be one english site and that i. here, in other news this afternoon, here, in other news this afternoon, after finishing runner—up, clinic ministers are in talks ministers have held talks these are people who i would with the democratic unionists with the democratic unionists the courts are final click eat one to try to convince them to back to try to convince them to back this could be one of first games. describe as having extremist views theresa may's brexit deal. theresa may's brexit deal. of first games at their new stadium that have absolutely no place in new on the 9th of april before the coming up on afternoon zealand and no place in the world. return and make the following coming up on afternoon live — here, on brexit — weekend. they are going to face each they can face someone in the semi live, all the sport. ministers are in talks all the sport with azi. with the democratic unionists other three times injust after finishing runner up six times, to try to convince them finals. manchester united will be cheltenham festival's all—time to back theresa may's deal. weekend. they are going to face each other three times in just 11 and the cheltenham festival is under leading trainer willie mullins has coming up on afternoon live: weekend. they are going to face each other three times injust 11 days but that permit leak matt in the how have the premier league sides finally earned his first all the sport with azi — stadium coming up after that. fared in the champions league draw? way. gold cup victory. exciting champions league draw. against barcelona, a vp of the past al boum photo, ridden byjockey yes, we have our winner in the blue paul townend was a12—1winner. there will be at least one he had some anxious moments premier league team in the last four match. liverpool has the easiest with his jumping but raced away of the champions league ribbon festival at cheltenham, to win by two—and—a—half lengths. after tottenham were drawn fellow irish challenger anibale fly meanwhile manchester united have against manchester city in an all—english quarterfinal. willie mullins was runner—up on six was second with the grey been drawn against one of manchester united will face the favourites for the competition barcelona in a repeat previous occasions but finally has a bristol de mai back in third. yes, there have been some barcelona, while last of the 2009 and 2011 finals, there will be at least one english year's beaten finalists liverpool will play porto, time on paper, at least. they beat team in the semi—finals interesting ties for the four who they beat 5—0 on while last year's beaten finalists liverpool will play porto. winner, ridden byjockey paul of the champions league,
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english teams involved. there will them five — mail. after tottenham have been drawn aggregate last year. i'll have much more against premier league be at least one premier league team leaders manchester city. their quarterfinal first—leg townend, crossing ahead of second the europa league quarter—final on that at 3:30pm. could well be one of spurs' first after tottenham have drawn against draw was also made time on paper, at least. they beat them five - mail. i do not think it games at their new stadium on 9 today and arsenal face a tough matters who you play. i think every and third. and darren is here, april. tie against napoli. darren bett has all the weather. with the return leg manchester city, while manchester chelsea will play slavia prague. tea m matters who you play. i think every team is difficult. i do not think the following week and then a league it's the first time in 48 years match at the etihad days later, that england has had six spurs and city will face each united are against barcelona. i will quarter—finalists in major other 3 times in 11 days. european competitions. there be any burden on the result have more on that draw at 2:30pm. all the weather elements will come looking at the weather. the winners of the tie issue. both teams want to progress will face either ajax together this weekend to bring some orjuventus in the semi—final. nasty weather especially on saturday and they are doing really well we have a nasty cycling that has darren has all the weather and a but things get back to normal on made landfall, closer to how much domestically. it is a difficultjob, look at conditions here and in southern africa. sunday. join me later and i'll andi better weather next week but before explain it all. domestically. it is a difficultjob, and i hope liverpool comes on top. respect of course because i know that has been a horse that died... also coming up — school's out. then things will get worse and i mozambique has some horrendous them quite well. had they are in weather with a cyclone and closer to children in the uk have will have the full weekend forecast joined thousands of teenagers around later. also coming up — school's out. the world who have abandoned their home some nasty weather for us, and classrooms for a day of protests, calling for more action the europa league quarter—final front, how did they bring, they have explosive cyclo genesis. yes, that awful news coming at the draw was also made first race, the favourite has died. today and arsenal face a tough tie against napoli. chelsea will play slavia prague. against climate change. it's the first time in a8 years pieces with erickson, a credible that england has had six also coming up, jobs could be sir erec was put down quarter—finalists in major after breaking its leg at risk as interserve shareholders taker, experienced in all in the champion hurdle. rejected a restructuring plan — lizzie greenwood—huges is at cheltenham for us. departments, if you talk about any it was aimed at preventing what happened ? european competitions. the collapse of the company, which is one of the government's back just backjust in time. other team, it will be the same. biggest public service providers. this brace was the first race on the good afternoon. good afternoon. when at the biggest event in horse meanwhile manchester united have been drawn against barcelona, at least 49 people have been racing is taking place this at least a9 people have been in a repeat of the 2009 and 2011 day. tragically had to be put down. killed, and more than 20 killed, and more than 20 others seriously wounded, others seriously wounded, finals, both of which united lost. after a gunman opened fire afternoon. after a gunman opened fire last year's beaten finalists on worshippers during friday prayers the gold cup is underway, on worshippers during friday prayers
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with presenting percy liverpool have the easiest tie — at two mosques in the city going off as favourite at two mosques in the city on paper at least. how dangerous it can be forjockeys of christchurch in new zealand. in the cheltenham festival's of christchurch in new zealand. here's what former liverpool striker hello. this is afternoon light. our explosive devices were also found blue ribbon event. explosive devices were also found earlier though, in the second race strapped to a vehicle. strapped to a vehicle. and horses despite of the affects of of the day, here was a skelton robbie fowler thinks of the draw. top story today... at least 49 a 28—year—old man has double in the handicap hurdle. a 28—year—old man has been charged with murder been charged with murder the british horse authority. they trainer dan skelton's chitibello, after what new zealand's prime have worked so hard to train as after what new zealand's prime ridden by son harry, people have died in targeted gun minister, jacinda ardern, powered to victory. minister, jacinda ardern, ido i do not think it matters who you resources to try to make this part said was a planned terrorist said was a planned terrorist play. i think every team is attack, describing it it was a third victory in four years attack, describing it difficult to beats. last year we had attacks at two mosques in new safer with lament beside the field, as the country's darkest day. as the country's darkest day. in this race for the trainer. a fantastic results, but i do not zealand. they change the profile but then our first report is from paul adams. our first report is from paul adams. dozens more were seriously think that will have a bear den on injured in the shootings says, they do what they can, but in the city of christchurch. authorities have called lewis hamilton headed drama on a quiet street it a terrorist attack. these things happen. it is the drama on a quiet street a mercedes one—two in second the results this year. both teams do here is a recap of in christchurch. practice at the season—opening in christchurch. how events unfolded. second fatality at the bead. the wheels still spinning australian grand prix. wheels still spinning really well domestically, so this is at 1.40pm local time, on a car rammed by police, the reigning world on a car rammed by police, police responded to reports of shots horse was put down after the first fired in central christchurch. a suspect wrestled to the ground champion edged team mate a suspect wrestled to the ground people were urged to stay indoors day, so this is to sulfite, last valtteri bottas by 0.0a8 seconds, by armed officers. by armed officers. a difficult draw. and report any suspicious behaviour. year, it was seven. —— so this is the police dealing with the police dealing with schools in the city were later with red bull's max events without parallel events without parallel in new zealand's history. in new zealand's history. verstappen third. the europa league quarter—final draw was also made placed into lockdown. ferrari, who appeared today and arsenal face a tough outside a mosque in linwood, to have the quickest car outside a mosque in linwood, tie against napoli. east of the city centre, in pre—season testing, east of the city centre, chelsea will play slavia prague. more frantic police action. it's the first time in a8 years at 2:30pm, police more frantic police action. were fourth with sebastian vettel. that england has had six two supply. they are having a baby officers called to the scene officers called to the scene quarter—finalists in major of a second terrible shooting. described an "active of a second terrible shooting. tiger woods' hopes of a third european competitions. word of mass casualties now word of mass casualties now players championship title lewis hamilton headed shooter" situation — beginning to emerge and, with it, are dwindling after a terrible 17th beginning to emerge and, with it, a mercedes one—two in second later at lipm, new zealand police gate that couple of land placing practice at the season—opening commissioner mike bush said shocking accounts from survivors. shocking accounts from survivors. australian grand prix. the reigning world there had been "multiple fatalities" hole at sawgrass. boy, he does not have a runner. that there's shooting after champion edged team mate at two locations — there's shooting after the 1a—time major valtteri bottas by 0.0a8 seconds, both mosques in christchurch. police confirmed one shooting after shooting. shooting after shooting. person had been arrested, it went on about six winner began the second it went on about six with red bull's max but warned others may be involved. will probably be fights out between round five shots off the lead. mosques across new zealand minutes or more. verstappen third. the big boys come at the gold cup minutes or more. three birdies put him in real contention, before he hit two balls ferrari, who appeared
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were advised to close their doors. to have the quickest car i could hear screaming and crying. into the water on the par—three17th i could hear screaming and crying. in pre—season testing, favourite. the big one is coming at i saw some people drop dead. were fourth with sebastian vettel. new zealand's prime minister, on his way to a jacinda ardern, called it tiger woods' hopes of a third "one of new zealand's darkest days". them just under an hour's time. how i saw some people drop dead. players championship title quadruple—bogey seven. are dwindling after a terrible 17th at 5:30pm, police said that three close is that race looking like a gunman identified that dropped woods back to one a gunman identified hole at sawgrass. men and one woman had as brenton tarrant live under par overall and six as brenton tarrant live been taken into custody. being? is so difficult to say. we shots behind the lead. streamed his attack on facebook. the 1a—time major a short time later, australian prime streamed his attack on facebook. winner began the second round five shots off the lead. minister scott morrison confirmed he earlier published a 73—page one of the people arrested he earlier published a 73—page had that epic drama last year. both was an australian citizen. manifesto full of hatred online. manifesto full of hatred online. that's all the sport for now. three birdies put him in real at 7:30pm, prime minister ardern places are betting this year. i am the shootings happened contention, before he hit two balls confirmed that a0 people had died the shootings happened as worshippers gathered i will have more for as worshippers gathered into the water on the par—three17th and more than 20 wearing a hat because it has been for friday prayers. for friday prayers. were seriously injured. on his way to a raining on and off all day, all they watched helpless you in the next hour. they watched helpless by 9pm, the death toll quadruple—bogey seven. had climbed to 49. began actually. that has been a lot as the gunman kept firing. as the gunman kept firing. there was one guy changing the gun thank you. see you later. there was one guy changing the gun it was later confirmed a 28—year—old that dropped woods back to one of problems not wanting to be thousands of schoolchildren man had been charged with murder. and taking another one. worldwide have abandoned classrooms and taking another one. under par overall and six for a day of protest calling shots behind the lead. let's get more from our running through that dry winter for more action he parked on this side, because the trainers do not want the he parked on this side, against climate change. children in the uk havejoined next to the mosque house. next to the mosque house. that's horses running back on a ground that teenagers in india, south korea, correspondent, paul adams. australia and france he just took the gun and started to go on strike. he just took the gun and started they are inspired by swedish is not good. that is that big hill teenager greta thunberg, firing again, you know. all the sport for now. firing again, you know. who protests weekly outside the attacks began in the early as they run into the finish line, it sweden's parliament. afternoon here at the al noor will take its toll. the other people the attacks began in the early scientists say tougher measures mosque in hagley park. afternoon here at let's return to our top we are actually going to go to east the al noor mosque in hagley park. are needed to cut global warming. soon afterwards a second mosque, story this afternoon , are talking about is presenting at least a9 people have died soon afterwards a second mosque, richard sheriff is executive headteacher not far away, came under attack. in targeted gun attacks at two not far away, came under attack. at harrogate grammar school, new zealand mosques. and president of the association the attack was live—streamed london, where the mayor of london, at the deans avenue mosque, on social media and police have pricey. he has not been seenjumping at the deans avenue mosque, of school and college leaders. sadiq khan, is about to speak he joins us from the ascl called on the public not to share ofa pricey. he has not been seenjumping of a properfences we now know that a1 people the "extremely distressing following those attacks. thank you pricey. he has not been seenjumping of a proper fences and public funds we now know that 41 people footage" online. have lost their lives. social media platforms have said that in fact, his trainer persuaded have lost their lives.
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conference in birmingham. they are working hard to remove any for your time and following those attacks. thank you foryourtime andi following those attacks. thank you and at the linwood mosque, and at the linwood mosque, clips or copies of the video, for your time and i will pass you over to the bishop. it is with some seven have lost their lives. seven have lost their lives. and the home secretary sajid javid has called on them to do more them to tend the fences around i think you are surrounded by a lots to stop the promotion of the a0 people who are being of the a0 people who are being of noise, i hope you can hear me. of violent extremism. sadness that i stand here today in because he had not done that before. our technology correspondent rory treated at christchurch hospital, treated at christchurch hospital, cellan jones reports. solidarity as we grieve the loss of it was an attack streamed live one has now passed. how are you seeing these protests by one has now passed. oui’ solidarity as we grieve the loss of children around the world? as it on the internet by someone our muslim brothers and sisters in a lot of people are talking about so the total number of people so the total number of people apparently determined to use social who have died in this media to christchurch. to be killed while him, but he has never won at this who have died in this spread a message of hate. festival butterfly. he has never had praying or on the way to worship is horrendous event is a9. horrendous event is a9. a gunman identified geography teacher, a parent, and a as brendan tarrant to the epitome of evil and it is right a winner. he has at 25% at the only when the shooting superb our planet, i am inspired by only when the shooting that we stand alongside people of stopped could ambulances use facebook to show stopped could ambulances reach the two mosques. his reach the two mosques. the cost. do i agree with taking off every move for the 70 minute attack. goodwill and of faith to condemn field, so surely he had a chance. it soon, dozens of wounded people soon, dozens of wounded people that action. an attack on face were being rushed to hospital and, were being rushed to hospital and, it became a social media event, all day, the number of reported watched by the world. all day, the number of reported i went and looked today, is live on radio five live. like to school to support the cause? anywhere is an attack on faith deaths continued to rise. deaths continued to rise. and i got to tell you, while he was committing this everywhere. it has been with some nell, i do not. you will expect that police had parts of new zealand's police had parts of new zealand's atrocity, he was being cheered on by second—largest city under second—largest city under from an educator. i do not want lockdown for hours. hundreds of people on these ivy everywhere. it has been with some lockdown for hours. joy to be able to celebrate the mosques told to close children to lose their valuable time mosques told to close channels, including new zealanders. diversity that is london, both of their doors, the country now their doors, the country now on the highest possible alert. on the highest possible alert. that is disgusting. in school. what if they have face and also of culture, and we let's not think that lewis hamilton headed new zealand's prime minister had pa rental a mercedes one—two in second new zealand's prime minister had need to stand alongside each other -- one-two in second in school. what if they have practice at the season—opening defiant words for those responsible. defiant words for those responsible. we are immune to this. and speak out when there is hatred, australian grand prix. parental approval,? we the reigning world you may have chosen us but we you may have chosen us but we champion edged team mate valtteri bottas by 0.0a8 seconds, in school. what if they have parental approval, ? we would in school. what if they have parental approval,? we would want to in an age of globalised hate speech because it so easily with red bull's max avoid taking action against parents. telecommunications, we are verstappen third. utterly reject and condemn you. utterly reject and condemn you. no longer under a benign ferrari, who appeared we understand that this is positive. comes into violent hate against security environment. to have the quickest car we have undoubtedly we have undoubtedly
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experienced an attack today experienced an attack today facebook says that it acted swiftly. people of difference. one of our which is unprecedented, iam which is unprecedented, unlike anything we have experienced we understand that this is positive. i am delighted that children are unlike anything we have experienced presented police allowed us before, but as i say new zealand has taking an interest in something as to a video on facebook greatest ranks in london is our important as a global warning. but before, but as i say new zealand has at least 49 people have died shortly after the life diversity and so we need to condemn been chosen because we are not too long, i think i children had in targeted gun attacks at two new z been chosen because we are not stream commenced. anything that threatens that. jesus mosques. a place where violent been thinking about a consumer we quickly removed the shoe a place where violent department facebook and dozens more were seriously extremism exists. extremism exists. instagram accounts, and the video. tells us that the greatest love is injured in the shootings we reject those notions and me must we reject those notions and me must in the city of christchurch. society and not thinking about the continue to reject them. consequences of that, and i think continue to reject them. to love god with all your heart and authorities have called it a terrorist attack. this is not an enclave for that kind this is not an enclave for that kind soul and here is a recap of how our future is bright other social media firms say to love god with all your heart and souland mind and consequences of that, and i think ourfuture is bright when consequences of that, and i think our future is bright when we consequences of that, and i think ourfuture is bright when we break of behaviour and ideology. to love god with all your heart and events unfolded: of behaviour and ideology. with that young people and educate soul and mind and to love your them on what they can do and be they are trying to remove the video. neighbour as yourself, so today i we will, and must, reject it. we will, and must, reject it. at 1.40pm local time, police responded to reports of shots this is a place where people should powerful in our system to make a this is a place where people should a while back, we had a look stand alongside my neighbours in new on youtube with a simple search that fired in central christchurch. difference. the wary for me is that zealand and my neighbours here in feel secure and will feel secure. feel secure and will feel secure. we found that someone else had people were urged to stay indoors every day last at school is another i will not let this change east london and together we will and report any suspicious behaviour. i will not let this change uploaded the full 16 and a half schools in the city were later new zealand's profile. new zealand's profile. none of us should. day where they cannot develop that none of us should. placed into lockdown. minute video from that gunman. speak out against religious hatred today's events have shaken we reported it, and it today's events have shaken is now being removed. and stand for religious freedom, and at 2:30pm, police described new zealand and its small muslim new zealand and its small muslim but more seem to pop up. population to their core. understanding to allow them to an "active shooter" protest powerfully and make a my prayers and blessings go with difference. how have you persuaded population to the core. situation. you don't think something like this you don't think something like this could happen in new zealand, could happen in new zealand, those who have been affected by this later — at apm, new zealand police your peoples taking an interest —— in christchurch of all places. when someone post at commissioner mike bush said in christchurch of all places. the video on youtube atrocity but also those who find a we're such a small community, or facebook and it needs there had been "multiple fatalities" we're such a small community, to at two locations — we're so kind and loving so i don't new sense of fear in this both mosques in christchurch. we're so kind and loving so i don't your peoples taking an interest —— your student and taking an interest? be taken down, those are human understand why someone would hurt us understand why someone would hurt us moderate behind the scene who have environment. thank you. we stand police confirmed one person had been arrested, to make that call, he didn't but warned others may be involved. my your student and taking an interest? like this in such a way... my two fantastic deputies and the like this in such a way... actually have to do the work to take mosques across new zealand school, we had some brilliant young it down. were advised to close their doors. just like an animal. stu d e nts school, we had some brilliant young students who are genuinely concerned just like an animal. it is not automatic, here today in solidarity with our new zealand's prime ministerjacinda why would you treat us like that? why would you treat us like that? it is not artificial intelligence that is doing it, brothers and sisters in new zealand. ardern called it "one about climate change and global just heard the news and... it is human beings. just heard the news and... there is not simply enough human the best solidarity is showing that of new zealand's darkest days". moderators to keep it with a number
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i couldn't put into words how warning, andi about climate change and global warning, and i staff met with them i couldn't put into words how and why they wanted to do that, and people putting those videos online at 5.30, police said that three i'm feeling right now. i'm feeling right now. and causing it to go viral. men and one woman had oui’ the best solidarity is showing that our diversity is a strength. we may with the country in shock, having the conversation, takes it with the country in shock, facebook and other been taken into custody. one of its sporting idols, outside of school and showed that a one of its sporting idols, social media firms are investing in people and technology rugby player sonny bill williams, rugby player sonny bill williams, to remove extremist content. a short time later, australian prime be 11,000 miles from christchurch rate that we invested in that sits posted his reaction. there is mounting pressure from politicians. minister scott morrison confirmed posted his reaction. more needs to be done to identify but we feel the ripples of hatred, one of the people arrested on top of the school building that was an australian citizen. yeah, i'mjust... yeah, i'mjust... this type of content, the ripples of fear and the ripples at 7.30, prime minister ardern provides power for on top of the school building that provides powerfor our on top of the school building that to take it down quickly, confirmed that a0 people had provides power for our school. then deeply, deeply saddened that this and once identified, crucially for the tech companies died and more than 20 deeply, deeply saddened that this we show that the biomass boiler that of sorrow for our brothers and that prevent it from being were seriously injured. would happen in new zealand. reuploaded. would happen in new zealand. reduce our footprint and uses sisters in christchurch, but let's by 9pm, the death toll but extremist material like that be under no illusion, this was a and there was a lucky escape and there was a lucky escape had climbed to 49. it was later confirmed a 28—year—old for members of bangladesh's cricket renewable resources. then we talked for members of bangladesh's cricket posted by the gunman about what protest means and how you team, approaching one of the mosques terrorist attack on innocent men, team, approaching one of the mosques when the shooting started. man had been charged with murder. when the shooting started. spread so rapidly because so many a test match due to begin tomorrow can makea about what protest means and how you can make a difference, and about a test match due to begin tomorrow people choose to share it. women and children, targeted because london's finsbury park mosque is one changing has been called off. their feelings and the planet in the has been called off. our online behaviour remains of the largest in the uk. the biggest challenge. the faith they belong to, the place this is new zealand's feature. at that point, they agreed this is new zealand's rory cellanjones, bbc news. it's chairman, mohammed kozbar, they were worshipping, because it has been giving his reaction worst mass shooting. worst mass shooting. to the christchurch attack... as the country grieves, that going back to class with the as the country grieves, expressions of sympathy have been expressions of sympathy have been right thing to do. we felt, and they was a mask. there is a pouring in from around the world. pouring in from around the world. felt, that they were being listened paul adams, bbc news. paul adams, bbc news. to. we started to educate them about responsibility on all of us to be deeply shocking incident, beyond careful in the language we use and let's go to the east london mosque, that issue on a greater level that teresa and nate says that this where sadiq khan has been speaking imagination. innocent people who following the new zealand attacks. was useful and might finally make a the messages we amplify. there are went to prayer actually had been difference. how much is that attack was despicable. my thoughts people in our country who film, who 0ur correspondent curriculum these days geared towards and prayers are with them. the uk is killed and been filmed live on poonam taneja is there. let's go straight to poonam, what was said? the cabinet office in westminster, fan the flames of hatred. there are where the democratic union party teaching students about climate change and about the action that is is holding a press conference — petty to support new zealand as much nigel dodds, deputy leader facebook. it is shocking. how buried
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he was here as part of special as we can. the terrorist attacks people who dehumanise people because necessary to stop it or slow it of the dup is speaking. that had taken place in the uk, we are you in terms of that? —— worried of the faith they follow. there are prayers held in memory of those who know to well the pain of horrifying lost their lives in christchurch. he have you been bought off, mr dodds? down? that is really interesting. people who rather than addressing are you in terms of that? —— worried attacks. new zealand has stood by called it a terrible terror attack fears, play on them. you have a role are you in terms of that? —— worried you are speaking to an x geography us, so we stand shoulder to shoulder are you in terms of that? this is a global problem with extremist, it teacher, i like to say i am still a good afternoon and apologies if with them and muslims bear, here, to play in radicalising people to and condemned it very strongly. anyone has been waiting a long time, could easily happen somewhere in geography teacher. geography covers and around the world. together, we become terrorists and that's why at least the weather is milder than important we show that our diversity britain, how buried about that are it has been. that the actual weather this for many years. still today, let us be under no illusion, isa you? this has been on my mind like this was a terrorist people confuse the holes in the as opposed to the political weather. will defeat those who seek to important we show that our diversity is a strength, we don't simply attack on innocent men, tolerate it but we celebrate it and women and children, targeted because destroy our values, way of life, and the faith they belong to, the place ozone layer with global warming. we have had a long series of respected. there will be muslims in the person who attacked here two that is a confusion about the issues seek to divide us. that is a yea rs the person who attacked here two years ago. he wanted to send a they were worshipping, at stake here. i think you are right statement from theresa may. london feeling vulnerable and scared message that be careful, you are not discussions with a series of cabinet ministers today. we have had a and frightened because they are because it was a masjid. is that we need to accentuate that muslims. i spoke this morning and i earlier i spoke to safe a ny message that be careful, you are not pa rt is that we need to accentuate that part of the curriculum to educate david toube, the director of policy safe any more. we will not accept constructive dialogue, it's fair to at the quilliam foundation, them by the end be more powerful and who said social media platforms need have been in regular contact with say. for us, the key problem with that. today, i believe more than making a difference to the wild. to be used more often to spread there will be muslims in london the metropolitan police commissioner feeling vulnerable and scared arguments that counteract extremism. 2000 people will be attending the and frightened because it is important to realise that the and the deputy commissioner and head they are muslims. education is empowerment. education i spoke this morning and i have been is what they need to make a their withdrawal agreement is the of counterterror police. i want to prayer here to show solidarity and in regular contact with difference to make the world a reason he carried out the attack is irish backstop, the fact it poses the metropolitan police commissioner better place, not opting out for any twofold. first to kill as many as and the deputy commissioner reassure all muslims and everyone and head of counterterror police. the danger of separating northern going to a place of worship today reason. we have been talking to a ireland from the rest of the uk will go on with our lives. we have possible and to incite his ideas. i i want to reassure all while we are in it and also the am happy to tell you what those main and in the next few days, you will muslims and everyone geography graduate, it has been nice to ta ke going to a place of worship today strands of the ideas are. they fall see increased policing, high will go on with our lives. we have to take safety very seriously. we to have this conversation with this potential for leaving northern are speaking to the police on that, and in the next few days, you will into three categories. first of all, ireland behind in single market
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visibility policing to reassure you see increased policing, high thatis into three categories. first of all, that is a conspiracy theory at the and there will be police presence teacher at harrogate grammar school. regulations if the rest of the uk that here in london you are free to heart of what he says, and it is today, but we need to reassurances visibility policing to reassure you we nt regulations if the rest of the uk be who you want and worship who you went its own way in future, so our called the great replacement. this that here in london in the future because this might let's return to our top is an idea of due prominence and wa nt be who you want and worship who you want and it's important that we as a happen here, it might happen story this afternoon... focus has always been from back in at least a9 people have died anywhere, it is a global issue. what you are free to be who you want in targeted gun attacks at two city do not allow these terrorists new zealand mosques. to change the way we lead our lives. and worship who you want dozens more were seriously december 2017, through all our injured in the shootings that theory is capitalist are and it's important in the city of christchurch. discussions on how to ensure i will end by echoing the messages would you like to see happen to that we as a city do not allow these northern ireland leaves the european replacing the european white terrorists to change the way appellation in europe in order to of the imam and the bishop, the attack global extremism? would you like to see happen to authorities have called union with the rest of the uk attack global extremism ?|j would you like to see happen to attack global extremism? i would it a terrorist attack. here is a recap of how like to see the media stop spreading events unfolded: together as one country, so we have thoughts and prayers of every decent we lead our lives. at 1:a0pm local time, find the economic expansion. that is hatred campaign against muslims and police responded to reports of shots one big part of that. that is the londoner or with those in fired in central christchurch. christchurch who have lost their worshippers here today are worried people were urged to stay indoors had good discussions today, those main idea is that there are other lives. we stand in solidarity with smearing that muslim community in and report any suspicious behaviour. schools in the city were later discussions will continue over the parts of conspiracists, far right about hearing of the attacks in obey. these terrorists and far right placed into lockdown. the people, to show that whether you coming period of time. we want to christchurch, naturally horrified at 2:30pm, police described neo—nazis, and one of them is neo— but also there is a sense not only an "active shooter" extremist will be taken as a matter situation. get a deal, we have always been in area nazism, on the front cover on the about the loss of lives, men and later — at apm, new zealand police that frame of mind, we don't want to the people, to show that whether you are a christian, jewish, muslim, of fa ct. buddhist, hindu, seek, member ofan leave without a deal but a lot will document in the back he carried, fiyaz mughal is the founder women, but the manner in which those organised faith or not, here in of the national tell mama campaign — lives were lost. there were people depend on what the government is thatis london you are welcome. the mayor of a national project which records commissioner mike bush said document in the back he carried, that is the black sun and is a and measures anti—muslim incidents able to do in terms of providing in the united kingdom. there had been "multiple fatalities" killed in a place of worship on the at two locations — both mosques in christchurch. police confirmed one person had been arrested, those guarantees necessary to but warned others may be involved. mosaic on the fly in germany, so holiest day of the muslim week, assuage our concerns. we have london, sadiq khan showing friday, a time when thousands of mosques across new zealand solidarity with the people of new thank you for coming in. tell us a were advised to close their doors. pointed to the fact the government little bit about why you set up your worshippers get together and come to new zealand's prime minister zealand and before that we heard there is a direct neo—nazi link organisation and how you operate. the mosque and the whole issue of jacinda ardern called it "one has deleted so far from from sarah mullally, the bishop. 0ur there. all the way through the of new zealand's darkest days". consideration paragraph 50 of that little bit about why you set up your organisation and how you operatem at 5:30pm, police said ma nifesto there. all the way through the
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was set at not to just measure and how it was live streamed as well, that three men and one manifesto read on the guns, the woman had been taken into custody. decembera consideration paragraph 50 of that december a joint report which gave a records of essentially muslim correspondentjohn aaron munger is record hate incidents against the the imam today in his sermon, a short time later, outside the new zealand high lock and provision for northern muslim community and the uk, but australian prime minister ireland in terms of what might european battles stretching from the commission in central london and i'm scott morrison confirmed one also provide a support for them, one of the people arrested eighth century to the bosnian sure this has been the focus for a attended by the bishop of london, he was an australian citizen. happen while in the backstop and great many people who want to show month predominately but those who spoke about the narrative of the at 7:30pm, prime minister that has to be addressed, and the have also been targeted —— women conflict. he sees himself as that ardern confirmed that their support for what has happened overall situation of having the uk other that was used to fuel far a0 people had died and more than 20 train of resistance against muslim predominantly. let's make it as were seriously injured. asa invasions tear up. budding by 9pm, the death toll in christchurch. yes, martin, the right extremism and called on had climbed to a9. it was later confirmed overall situation of having the uk as a whole, the economic integrity justification in his mind for what politicians to clamp down on that, a 28—year—old man had been appears to beat what he carried out horror, the unexpectedness of these model —— predominantly. let's make it as model -- it is modelled on a similar of the internal market, protected but many people here today i spoke charged with murder. for northern ireland. did you meet violent attacks has resonated around project that is done in thejewish today. this idea at the 1a boards the chancellor? did you discuss the world but especially in london, to are so shocked and feeling that appear —— 1a words? community. and looks at security for vulnerable about what has happened. it has a large new zealand expat in terms of the mayor, sadiq khan, money because obviously you're synagogues. so today, what have you it's now nearly 5am on saturday morning in christchurch — today. this idea at the 1a boards that appear -- 14 words? it starts community, it has been the focus of been doing in response but let me and we now that branton tarrant, in our correspondent, hwyel griffith with a neo—nazi group and that are is there, and just supply and confidence agreement, was many community, it has been the focus of ma ny releva nt community, it has been the focus of sent us this update. many relevant terror attacks in the have been seeing in new zealand? even though it is far away, it has a very few neo—nazi groups which do past few years as many londoners are his manifesto he made threats their money discussed? the chancellor of the exchequer is a key still hurting and they include huge impact on us here. we had been against the mayor, the merit i felt it just the not reference the 1a words. he felt i felt itjust the middle of the memberof the night here in christchurch, it is chancellor of the exchequer is a key the 1a birds on his gun, and he attacks on the muslim community. in dismissed them and said the issue member of the government but he is the past hour or so there has been a was to send a message of reassurance eight city and locked down. there sending out reassurance messages to responsible for hmrc and their are armed police in every corner. involvement in customs and other a mosque today, we have been sitting do notjust the muslim community but streets are cut off. the government twice preferences them on the makeshift shrine behind me, a few regulatory issues is a concern for ma nifesto. twice preferences them on the manifesto. if you go on social bouquets and a wreath laid by the all muslims and celebrate london's online material talking about little us so that is an area which we have media, and you do not have to go on diversity. safety tips that mosque can put into the dock left i find it, the stuff leader of the opposition, jeremy leaders from around killed a1 people. but say he went the world have been reacting discussed, we met the chancellor of is readily available. and this is a corbyn, who met the high place. we have been sending out our to the events in new zealand. theresa may tweeted commissioner and paid his to send her condolences,
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outreach team to get a feel of how following what she described from room to room with women and the duchy of lancaster, michael huge concern because the file into a condolences and his recess, in deep as a horrifying terrorist attack. the mosque are feeling, reassure she said her thoughts gove, the chief whip and other are with all of those affected ministers so i wouldn't read rabbit hole if you watch what theory sympathy at the tragic loss of life. of the great replacement or the them and connect them with the local by this sickening act of violence. children, leaving no one behind. he anything into the fact the i'm joined by aya badawi, this vigil police. what are those mosque chancellor was there other than that in a tweet, donald trump said travelled to a second location in telling you about how their members new zealand had experienced he isa muslim orforeign a horrible massacre, his vehicle but people were killed. chancellor was there other than that he is a senior member of the of the great replacement or the muslim or foreign invasion of the great replacement or the muslim orforeign invasion of are feeling? we know that since we in which a9 people had government who will be involved in europe, you will be shown video so senselessly died, many of these issues. did you get after video after video. all you has been rather hastily organised, started this back in 2012, the level direct chaotic —— they work chaotic and many others been injured. have to do is see three of four and tell me what you felt it was of fear has the welcome and the and the prime minister any reassurance on the stormont lot? important to come out so soon. as scenes. 0ne direct chaotic —— they work chaotic of pakistan, imran khan, muslim communities, it has scenes. one of the people they the site will recommend hundreds of said he was shocked by, we are continuing to discuss that other videos. you will rarely come people of faith and of no faith, we and strongly condemns, the attack. exponentially grown. that is he says that terrorism does allege is responsible for murder. have a range of people here and it's exasperation, many muslim women are issue, discussing how that can be across a counter narrative saying not have a religion. still a sense of grief and shock. this is not true. how do you important to stand in solidarity changing behaviour patterns like the labour leader has provided for, how we can protect the removing head size, the patterns of also been giving his with victims, and they are the ones reaction to the shootings. the country's crime minister —— challenge these ideas? that is a going out, that is a fear of muslim jeremy corbyn laid a wreath outside new zealand house, internal market of the uk because difficult thing to deal. it is we want to remember. i am sure their in honour of the victims. there is a lot of emphasis on the important that people do create speaking to reporters there, women in some parts of our country. content debunking and taking these identities will be revealed with he spoke of his shock at the attack. the reality is that it is not absolute shock and horror that prime minister ardern saying that internal market of the eu but given this is a threat to new zealand. a ideas to pieces. secondly, the pictures and names, we have to healthy for the community or the innocent people going to a mosque that we sell and trade from the rest remember that we social media companies need to do pictures and names, we have to rememberthat we are pictures and names, we have to remember that we are all human society. you say exasperation, but for friday prayers should be mown of the uk to northern ireland and what they ought to do is not promote beings and we condemn any form of message has been sent to all mosque who and what? exasperation where down by a gunman in this dreadful in the country to close their doors. way and i've just been from northern ireland more than into terrorism and it's important for to express my condolences that is clearly concerned that there the excitement about mike. members of different communities to the republic of ireland, the rest of to the people of new zealand barbara extremism is —— far right may be still be people at large and through the high commissioner that there is not yet over. the republic of ireland, the rest of the world and the eu put together, come together. it's been great to and have a discussion with him see the government has come out to extremism is a problem not to send thatis about the issues of the danger the world and the eu put together, that is a major economic concern for show their solidarity and there have that terrorism circuit butjohnny us as well as the political to people when these kind of crazy been promises that security will be fiyaz mughal is the founder events happen but also our response, of the national tell mama campaign — the excitement about how what they ought to do is not promote the excitement about how does education play in this?”
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heightened across london. we have young males and ideology. we see it which has to be, communities come a national project which records ramifications of a situation where and measures anti—muslim incidents laws are made in brussels which the excitement about how does education play in this? i think it in the united kingdom. is important to education it reaches the holy month of ramadan together and support each other i spoke to him earlier about why vulnerable people through the same approaching so it's difficult for here. many disregarded it, focused wouldn't be made in belfast or and we are happy with our diversity routes that the this information there are not to be fear in the westminster so that area of in our society. he set up the campaign. reaches them. it is vital that muslim community but that tolerance parliamentary scrutiny and the role terrible events described by the of democracy in the uk is critical london has is very unique and that on the extremism only, but we have new zealand prime minister as having people make videos and put out is what we do, we celebrate that can seen the ramifications by government no place in new zealand, for us. did you ask for more cash? let alone anywhere else. material which explains why it is how can the world react to it? simply not true. come together, the nine major faith jacinda is absolutely right. we are not discussing cash, this is well, it was set up, had not tackled this problem. we not to just measure and traditions, we work with grassroots know that this has been an issue. there is no place in new zealand record hate incidents about brexit and protecting the against members of the muslim communities to empower them to come for these kind of events and no community in the uk, future of the uk and northern place anywhere else in the world but also to provide a support for them, what size do you see that that is together and in times like this i for these kind of events. women predominately, ireland. we have always said that we but also individuals who appreciate what i do and feel lucky the only reactions can be have also been targeted at a street for communities to come level but also online. changing now —— what signs do you so it was a support service to work at an organisation that together, come together wa nt ireland. we have always said that we want to get a deal but it has to be theo is here — in a moment and support each other. and a modelling service. he will be telling allows me to do it. these attacks see that it is changing now?|j an attack on a mosque, it is modelled on a similar project that is done us what's hot and what's not changing now —— what signs do you an attack on a church, in the jewish community. the right deal. we were very in the business news. happened halfway around the world see that it is changing now? i think the event lies that this is a an attack on a synagogue, it is, indeed. first a look at the headlines problem that needs to be tackled an attack on a temple it is modelled on the security on afternoon live. but do you feel there is a deep is an attack on all of us. disappointed that when the attorney head on. i think we had seen a trust, which is a support service at least a9 people have been killed forjewish communities, general made his statement to the which also looks at and more than 20 seriously wounded community —— connection here with significant change. we need to the only response is to bring people security for synagogues. after a gunman opened fire at two the victims? extremism is a threat together and say we live on so today, what have you been doing house on tuesday, he wasn't able to tackle extremism in all of its in response to what we mosques in new zealand. one planet in one world, the gunman's been named let's respect each other‘s diversity have been seeing in new zealand? indicate any change and that the as brenton tarrant, an australian. farms. not only creates divides, we and be strengthened by it. even though it is far away, he livestreamed the attack on social to us all so i feel it's difficult see the impact on today. this leads it has a huge impact on us here. media, and security experts say we have been sending out prime minister'sdocuments she it was widely shared. for the muslim community in the uk reassurance messages to brought back weren't sufficient but in other news here in the uk — me to my next question, it is not mosques today, we have been sending we did say she hadn't made the attack was live—streamed the leader of the democratic not to have that fear but it is just on the muslim community to take on social media sufficient progress. there has to be unionists in westminster nigel dodds and police have called on the public online material talking about little says the party has had not to share the "extremely a constructive dialogue important to note that government safety tips that mosques progress made but i think now the with the government over
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responsibility for their own safety. distressing footage" online. theresa may's brexit deal. what can wider society do? standing here's your business can put into place. officials have heightened security social media platforms have said government is very focused on headlines on afternoon live. today and i think what was most ensuring the issue of the irish the outsourcing giant they are working hard to remove we have been sending interserve intends difficult about the attack was that any clips or copies of the video out our outreach team to get a feel to go into administration after shareholders voted to reject it isa and the home secretary sajid javid of how the mosques are feeling, backstop, the separation of northern a rescue deal with its lenders. difficult about the attack was that it is a holy day, this is where against anti—muslim views, support a has called on them to do more reassuring ireland from the rest of the uk, is to stop the promotion them and connecting them people go to worship and they were with the local police teams. of violent extremism. what are those mosques telling innocently killed and those are the addressed and as we have always system with the programmes are in you about how their members it's one of the country's biggest people we need to remember. our technology correspondent are feeling? public services providers place that take referrals from emphasised, our focus has been on and employs a5,000 people in the uk. rory cellanjones reports. shareholders said no to a deal it was an attack streamed live we know that since we started this solidarity and sympathy from people schools, hospitals, people need to the red line of how northern ireland on the internet by someone work back in 2012, the level report some of the stuff and because apparently determined to use social of fear has rocketed is treated separately from the rest to give lenders a 95% stake in london and sadiq khan confirmed in muslim communities, it has it is about assisting these people media to spread a message of hate. exponentially grown. of the uk. that is the issue that in the company in lieu of money there will be heightened security they were owed. there is a sense of exasperation, who are radicalised. also, reaching the gunman, identified many muslim women are has been the priority concern for the property listings website across london and specifically out to people in the muslim as brenton tarrant, used facebook zoopla has banned adverts from landords who refuse to take outside mosques to reassure people to show his every move changing behaviour patterns renters on housing benefits. going to pray for the rest of the communities, make them feel us. nigel dodds, deputy leader of a study by the national housing during the 17—minute attack. like removing head reassured. in the end, we know when day. thank you, john at new zealand and it became a social media event scarves, the patterns federation found that one in ten ads watched by the world. the dup, speaking after those talks terrorist attacks happen, there are of housein i went and looked today, going out, that is a fear of muslim on the platform told people day. thank you, john at new zealand house in central london. with ministers to see if they can be and i've got to tell you, on benefits not to apply. while he was committing this it follows a campaign to clamp many muslim communities standing in women in some parts of our country. persuaded to vote for theresa may's down on discrimination atrocity, he was being cheered on against benefit claimants. the attack was live—streamed on social media and police have by hundreds of people on these the reality is that it is not brexit deal. he says their focus has called on the public not to share solidarity. we had a fight on our healthy for the community or the channels, including new zealanders. sales are up but profits the "extremely distressing hands fight the fight of our nation. society. a lwa ys brexit deal. he says their focus has are down sharply at the pub footage" online. you say exasperation, always been that northern ireland group, jd wetherspoons. social media platforms have said that is disgusting. with whom, with what? leaves the eu in the same manner as they are working hard to remove exasperation in the far right extremist we need to stand so, let's not think that we're the rest of the uk and they want in any clips or copies of the video immune to all of this. sense that far right and the home secretary sajid javid in an age of a globalised extremism was a growing problem has called on them to do more to stop the promotion telecommunications, we are no longer against it take this on. it was an attack streamed live in a benign security environment. our concerns are alleged, that the that was going to cause significant on the internet by someone
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apparently determined to use social backstop can be dealt with, they a 19% drop in profits over the six facebook said it had acted swiftly. months to the end of january has issues, notjust in the terrorism media to spread a message of hate. circuit, but drawing in been blamed on rising costs, young disaffected males don't want a different situation particularly pay for staff. the gunman, identified wetherspoons chairman tim martin, you are watching bbc news. regarding a customs union for who is a prominent brexit as brenton tarrant, used facebook into the ideology. northern ireland but he said no to show his every move campaigner, used the company's we have seen it here. results presentation to criticise those who say a n0 deal brexit discussions have taken place about during the 17 minute attack. the reality is, for 6 years, many of the statutory would harm the economy. authorites disregarded it, just any more money heading to northern other social media firms say so the big business ireland in exchange for supporting story today is that and it became a social media event they are trying to remove the video. focused on islamistic extremism, interserve has gone under? here's youtube promising to work watched by the world. vigilantly to remove which is important to tackle that deal, so discussions will i went and looked today, any violent footage. and i've got to tell you, but, a while back, we had because it's the primary while he was committing this in other news here in the uk — continue. let's return now to those a look on youtube — threat, but today, we have atrocity, he was being cheered ministers are in talks with a simple search, seen the ramifications on by hundreds of people on these with the democratic unionists we found that someone else had where government and statutory events in new zealand. channels, including new zealanders. uploaded the full authorities have been slow to try to convince them to back it's now very early saturday it is an outsourcing company. it that is disgusting. theresa may's brexit deal. 16—and—a—half—minute morning in christchurch. video from that gunman. 0ur correspondent hwyel griffith is there, and just so, let's not think that we're we reported it and it's in tackling this problem. sent us this update. looks at the cleaning and we know theresa may is going to pay although it's the middle immune to all of this. now been removed. of the night here in christchurch maintenance for hospitals, public in an age of a globalised it is still a city in lockdown. but more seems certain to pop up. building projects. it is a big telecommunications, we are no longer it back to the house of commons on there are armed police at every corner and streets blocked off in a benign security environment. tuesday, but we also note that it when someone posts a video for quite a way from the mosques. onto youtube or facebook has been bizarrely projected twice facebook said it had acted swiftly. and it needs to be taken down, the first one, al noor, those are human moderators where the gunman began his deadly journey, there killing a1 people. company. "new zealand police alerted us behind the scenes who have jamie is here — in a moment to make that call, she will be telling to a video on facebook shortly in the dup has not supported it yet. and then have to actually do we're told by eyewitnesses us what's hot and what's not he walked from room to room after the live stream commenced, the work of taking it down. in the business news. and we quickly removed it's not automated yet, first a look at the headlines shooting indiscriminately, they will come back to this issue at it's not artificial on afternoon live. men, women and children, both the shooter's facebook and instagram accounts, intelligence doing it — at least a9 people have been killed, and the video." its human beings. leaving no—one behind. the backstop, the insurance plant other social media firms say that there is no hard barter on so, there are simply not enough and more than 20 seriously he then in a vehicle travelled they are trying to remove the video, human moderators to keep up wounded after a gunman opened fire youtube promising to work vigilantly with the number of people at two to the second location mosques in new zealand. where seven people were killed. to remove any violent footage. ireland. some conservative who are putting these videos online the gunman's been named shareholders begin an opportunity to as brenton tarrant, an australian. shots were also fired in the street. doa shareholders begin an opportunity to
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but, a while back, we had brexiteers state that if we entered and causing it to go viral. he livestreamed the attack on social do a rescue deal. the rest would a look on youtube — media, and security experts say there were chaotic scenes before the police could have been given to exchange for with a simple search, into the backstop arrangement facebook and other social media it was widely shared. eventually ram the vehicle we found that someone else had because there was no trait tale and firms are investing in both in other news here in the uk — uploaded the full 16 and a half people and technology ministers are in talks and apprehend the gunman. place the uk could end up staying in all, four people arrested cancelling debt. ultimately, minute video from that gunman. to remove extremist content, with the democratic unionists there indefinitely without any way but there is mounting to try to convince them to back but the police say one of those we reported it and it's theresa may's brexit deal. people, they allege responsible creditors will end up with pretty pressure from politicians. here's your business now been removed. of getting out, take too closely to more needs to be done to identify headlines on afternoon live. for murder, that 28—year—old is due much all of it. the outsourcing giant interserve but more seems certain to pop up. this kind of content, to appear in court tomorrow the eu. the focus of conversation is to take it down quickly, intends to go into administration here but still a sense of grief when someone posts a video on that legal advice on tax, and and, once it has been identified, onto youtube or facebook crucially, for the tech companies to prevent it after shareholders voted to reject and shock grips christchurch. and it needs to be taken down, whether or not it can be interpreted from being re—uploaded. those are human moderators a rescue deal with its lenders. the country's prime minister, in any way, which would allow in jacinda ardern, talking about how behind the scenes who have it's one of the country's biggest to make that call. but extremist material like that public services providers this is an unprecedented event and then have to actually do posted by the gunman spreads and employs a5,000 people in the uk. extreme circumstances pull itself out of the backstop if they so wish. so rapidly because so many people shareholders said no to a deal in new zealand. the work of taking it down. choose to share it. richard, thank you forjoining us. it's not automated yet, the terror threat level for the very it's not artificial but asthma is being discussed. changing our online behaviour to give lenders a 95% stake this raised some important intelligence doing it — remains the biggest challenge. first time in the country has been it's human beings. whether will get it over the line rory cellan—jones, bbc news. in the company in lieu of money raised to high and the message has so, there are simply not enough been sent to all mosques questions, once again, about private human moderators to keep up remains to be seen. the reason it is they were owed. in the country to close their doors. companies given contracts? any kind with the number of people so important is that several the property listings website who are putting these videos online conservative brexiteers state that zoopla has banned adverts there is clearly concern if they dup come around and they from landords who refuse to take that there may still be people and causing it to go viral. at large and that the threat think the deal is good enough, they renters on housing benefits. is not yet over. you're watching afternoon live — facebook and other social media can fall think the deal is good enough, they firms are investing in canfall in these are our headlines: a study by the national housing there has been condemnation of profits can be reinvested in the both people and technology think the deal is good enough, they can fall in line as well. these federation found that one in ten ads of the attacks from political at least a9 people have been killed and religious leaders around the world. to remove extremist content. conversations are attracting so much on the platform told people 0ur correspondent richard galpin has business, almost different roles attention because of this. and more than 20 seriously wounded on benefits not to apply. really. anything you have a private and there is mounting it follows a campaign to clamp been looking at the political pressure from politicians. after a gunman opened fire at two down on discrimination more needs to be done to identify mosques in new zealand. reaction here, and around the world, company, shareholders are going to this kind of content, the gunman's been named against benefit claimants. wa nt to take it down quickly. as brenton tarrant, an australian. company, shareholders are going to want to have based say, they are he livestreamed the attack on social investing for a company for a and, once it has been identified, to the events in christchurch. crucially, for the tech media, and security experts say reason. they want to increase companies to prevent it it was widely shared. sales are up but profits in other news here in the uk — are down sharply at the pub profits, and if it at all possible, from being re—uploaded. group, jd wetherspoons.
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but, extremist material like that ministers are in talks posted by the gunman spreads at least 49 people with the democratic unionists a 19% drop in profits over the six have been killed —— to try to convince them to back at the new zealand high commission when you are talking about an so rapidly because so many people and more than 20 seriously wounded months to the end of january has in london this morning, outsourcing company, rent on choose to share it. theresa may's brexit deal. —— after a gunman opened fire at two been blamed on rising costs, a vigil in memory of all those changing our online behaviour particularly pay for staff. killed and injured in mosques in new zealand. wetherspoons chairman tim martin, the christchurch attack. remains the biggest challenge. the gunman's been named more now on the reaction who is a prominent brexit and also today, the house of commons wavelength and margins, this can as brenton tarrant, an australian. to the attacks that killed a9 people campaigner, used the company's rory cellanjones, bbc news. he livestreamed the attack on social media, and security experts say at two mosques in christchurch. results presentation to criticise expressed its revulsion those who say a n0 deal brexit it was widely shared. in other news here in the uk — amongst those coming to pay earlier, conservative mp, have a snowball effect. as you saw ministers are in talks and member of the home respects, the labour leader, jeremy the conservative mp, with the democratic unionists affairs select committee, would harm the economy. rehman chishti told me there to try to convince them to back is a link between the radicalisation corgan. an attack on a mosque or at and member of the home affairs theresa may's brexit deal. of far—right extremists and information found select committee, it can melt the debate. people will on social media. church or synagogue is an attack on rehman chishti, is here. i woke up this morning and i could not believe the scenes all of us. the only response is to thank you for coming in. you have i saw and you think, you want to work together i nte rse rve interserve is in trouble. bring people together and say we obviously been following this story. here's your business still be employed by subcontractors. headlines on afternoon live. to promote humanity, live on one planet, one world. creditors think of it, so you have the outsourcing giant i woke obviously been following this story. iwoke up obviously been following this story. interserve is expected to go into administration how could one human being do this yes, it is almost certainly to likes of rbs and others owning an i woke up and i could not believe after shareholders voted to reject to another, especially when they're going into administration the scenes i saw and you think you later on this afternoon. a rescue deal with its lenders. that does not mean and also today, the house of commons going to a mosque or at a mosque, a collapse exactly. expressed its revulsion the various operations at the mass shooting of men, outsourcing company. they are not going to be wanting to provide wa nt to the scenes i saw and you think you want to work together to promote it's like going to a church of the busines will keep on going. women and children, who had been it's one of the country's biggest many of them are attending friday prayers. school canteen mills. that is humanity, how could one human being public services providers or synagogue, but here this barbarity, this evil, this depravity, will not prevail. and employs 115,000 people in the uk. do this to another, especially one shareholders said no to a deal it was targeted against the muslim we will stand up to it, bright. —— that is right. these perfectly profitable. and it will be defeated. community based on their faith going to a mosque or a church or to give lenders a 95% stake colleagues, i propose a minute's and it was sheer disbelief. in the company in lieu of money synagogue, but here it was targeted you try to understand the logic silence, starting now. they were owed. the property listings website there was a lace to energy projects, places are going to want to stick to against the muslim community based zoopla has banned adverts but there is no logic when dealing from landords who refuse to take their needs think. i can imagine the on theirface in a tweet, the prime minister face think that they would want to against the muslim community based on their face and it was sheer with evil and that's why for me, they collapsed. debts came up, and expressed her deepest condolences
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disbelief. you try to understand the renters on housing benefits. do is about the business, as a muslim, my father was an imam, asa to the people of new zealand, nonetheless, the question becomes logic but there is no logic when when you see someone saying her thoughts are with can they get anything like the value dealing with evil and that is why a study by the national housing who loses their life, they collapsed. debts came up, and as a result, the company is going all those affected by this federation found that one in ten ads you say the verse from the koran — of the business given that it is under. i say sorts of under because on the platform told people inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'un, something of a distressed sale. for me, my father was an imam, when on benefits not to apply. sickening act of violence. it follows a campaign to clamp which means "to god we belong down on discrimination you see someone who against benefit claimants. of the business given that it is something of a distressed salem and to god we return" and today ahead of friday prayers is friday, so i wanted to talk about for me, my father was an imam, when the operations are profitable and at the finsbury mosque in north you see someone who loses their doing well, and they will continue, london, flowers have been left the markets. by any one part black sales are up but profits in memory of the victims is one of those days where everyone and they will be sold on spandex, and has been quite a week life, you say something which means are down sharply at the pub in new zealand. needs to come together to say these what's happened is very shocking but the brexit news, when it will group, jd wetherspoons. for the muslim community, but here, to god we belong and to god we individually or packages to various new owners. in that process, there they are determined not acts will unite us, not divide us. leave the european union and so on. return, and today is one of those to be intimidated. but have to make is been making of we live in an era when some of these here in the muslim community, we are resilient, all of this? i think you are right. may bejob new owners. in that process, there days were everyone needs to come may be job losses. i cannot tell, but in theory, date should continue and we will not accept that. ideas are fomented online by social today, i believe more than 2000 the general brexit parameter is to run as they do. if people do not together to cite these acts will people will be attending prayer unite us. we live in an era when a 19% drop in profits over the six media platforms and in this case months to the end of january has here to show solidarity and to show sterling. a couple of the many been blamed on rising costs, we are not scared and we are some of these ideas are fermented particularly pay for staff. that the property was shared online. wetherspoons chairman tim martin, getting on with our lives as normal. spikes that lessen the likelihood of who is a prominent brexit online byte social media platforms campaigner, used the company's —— the depravity. know what interserve does, they have the no deal, that krista has a results presentation to criticise and in this case that the property those who say a n0 deal brexit a lots of contracts but the in some parts of the muslim world, what we have to do, the evidence reverse impact on the a100 and that was shared online. what we have to like here in turkey, we took from the chief government and public services. there's already been an angry would harm the economy. of counterterrorism, response to the mass main market. the a100 is putting in he said in 20181.9 million pieces cleaning hospitals, construction killing in new zealand. do the evidence we took from the jobs, doing jobs like building of of extremist ideology chief of counterterrorism, he said i nte rse rve interserve has gone under. what that were taken down by twitter. translation: with this attack, a fairly strong performance. it is roads and public buildings, and so islamophobia, whose rise up in 20181.9 million pieces of that shows there is a real issue a fairly strong performance. it is up by a fairly strong performance. it is up by 7% and we are not at the end the whole world has been watching, means is that not a collapse of the on. those projects will continue. a and for a long time has regarding how these individuals ofa up by 7% and we are not at the end of a much, that is the undoing of even been encouraging, extremist ideology were taken down company by different operations in are radicalised and this is notjust lot of them are very profitable for exceeded the level of some of that damage at the end of by twitter. that shows there is a advance will continue, they are bits of the company. the whole does
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individual harassment and reached effectively going to be sold, and an issue we will face not breakfast this brings up the in new zealand, we are now seeing the dimension of a massacre. 2018 at 12%. the fact that they no real issue regarding how these whole subject about whether the deal is off the table, and the uk as individuals are radicalised and this think they will decide what to do, leaders of other muslim countries, far right extremism, system of big public service, like pakistan's prime minister, is not just an and it means probably breaking up in a market is becoming cheap has been individuals are radicalised and this is notjust an issue we will face in probably public sector companies, imran khan, have also spoken out, we saw it in norway in 2011, new zealand, we are now seeing far saying "what has happened reaffirms tempting to these international pieces updates. in theory, that does right extremism, we saw it in norway not mean that the jobs will be lost, innocent children lost their lives, private sector companies but doing what we have always maintained — that terrorism does not investors into art market, in turn, public sector break, what the model have a religion." it has led to 7% plus spike that we in 2011, innocent children lost we are seeing it in new zealand now. continue to break? i talked to a their lives, we saw it in england richard galpin, bbc news. but in the confusion and former director at capitan. he was restructuring breaking up, jobs can we saw it in england before, are seeing this year. breadth of we we saw my brilliant colleaguejo cox be lost as they want to restructure 0ur correspondentjon ironmonger go from here because make the date before, we saw my brilliant who lost her life to far right is outside the new zealand high extremism and we have to address how commission in central london. of brexit should be put off, but in colleaguejo companies or whatever. the bigger looking for it to a different way before, we saw my brilliant colleague jo cox before, we saw my brilliant these individuals get colleaguejo cox who lost her life sucked in and sharing legislation times, we are due to to far right extremism and we have information and ideology. which the public sector can get the leave on the 29th of march. that is question, the way we outsource. i private sector and other to far right extremism and we have to address how these individuals get organisations to do this work. as we can see behind you, floral a lot of uncertainty out there. listen to but he has the say. the we heard the home secretary wants tributes put by the door. leave on the 29th of march. that is a lot of uncertainty out therem is not an ideal situation. in fact, sucked in and sharing information social media companies to do far and ideology. we heard the home talk to somebody who is a former one of the reasons that we had some more but how can they cope default option should be publicly with the level of material, yes, there is a lot of sympathy director of a company and he had a secretary wa nts and ideology. we heard the home secretary wants social media companies to do more but how can the amount that as you have just owned. they should be prophetic —— among people in the uk, a strong things is because the uk must they cope with the level of different way of conducting a consider undetectable. clearly, let sense of solidarity here in london identified, is readily available? for—profit sector for some which has a large community of new relationship. listen to him but he has got to say. the default option organisations. i think when the material, the amount that as you that tends to manifest itself in his zealanders and london has seen its i think there are two things you have just identified, is material, the amount that as you havejust identified, is readily have to look at. public sector uses the private fairshare of the house builders which tend to be available? the government has set up sector, it needs to be able to should be publicly accountable zealanders and london has seen its fair share of terror attacks and the house builders which tend to be services. there will be a role for demonstrate before and lets the notably an attack on the muslim the government has set up the sectors. in the investment point
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like counter extremism referral the counter extremism community when a far right extremist internet referral unit, contract, before it starts of view, any levels of uncertainty unit, but the problem is how to stop for—profit sector organisations. but the problem is how to stop there is a bigger role for charities nonviolent extremist procurement, that is a public drove a vehicle into worshippers in material going on facebook interest in so doing. it then needs can be removed, the market can't and instagram before it reaches nonviolent extremist material going and vulnerable community and the criminal threshold. to have a system, a robust system, finsbury park in 2017 and there will last. not only on its own two feet, enterprises, but went to public we saw that sort of material used on facebook and instagram before it bea but an evaluation as well. richard, sector uses the private sector, and of letting contracts and holding the finsbury park in 2017 and there will be a vigil this evening showing thank you very much. that was reaches the criminal threshold? we needs to be able to demonstrate by people like anjem choudary, solidarity with the victims and before it let's a contract, that is contractor into account. might make saw that sort of material used by families of people caught up in this richard hunter. vile extremists inspired by daesh, attack in christchurch and i'm at other people like tommy robinson people like ange and choudhury, whose material led to the terror it is interesting because he is not extremist inspired by daesh, other a public interest in so doing. he new zealand house, the high just talking about that attack in finsbury park, straightforward way. -- it is much needs to have a system, a robust commission here in haymarket and earlierjeremy corbyn was one of the one, of letting contracts and so how do you get the social media people like tommy robinson whose ftse100 is up. it is striking since material led to the terror attack in companies because they will holding the contractor to account. people who not the high commissioner say we have a code, more subtle and nuanced than that. finsbury park, so how'd you get the to pay his condolences. i'm joined but what are you doing to ensure using organ, and other organisations the boat in the house of commons. social media companies because they bya man to pay his condolences. i'm joined by a man who organised a small vigil will say we have a code, but what that material doesn't go and using local charities, binding here earlier, hyder reader. tell me are you doing to ensure that them all into this, and then keeping a massive five. —— fraud. testing of on in the first place and ensure them all into this, and then keeping why you felt you had to come out and material doesn't go on in the first them accountable. using the private these people are kept off? sector as well. it is a more nuanced place and ensures these people are shout support. today we were here approach that he beckons has to thousands of schoolchildren worldwide have abandoned classrooms capped off? but even if they are happen. let's make —— with people from all faiths to send for a day of protest calling for more action well, let's discuss all this against climate change. working 2a hours a day to take this further — david toube, a message to victims and to children in the uk havejoined the director of policy teenagers in india, south korea, down, how do they keep pace with it, at the quilliam foundation — terrorists. we want to tell victims diesel. the counter—extremism approach that he beckons has to australia and france to go on strike. samira hussain is at happen. let's make -- employee we feel their painjust they are inspired by swedish and even before we talked about dark terrorists. we want to tell victims teenager greta thunberg, the new york stock exchange. organisation is here. owned. so you looking towards the we feel their pain just as we felt who protests weekly outside sweden's parliament. what is the accusation? they oversee that for victims in london, baghdad, scientists say tougher measures web? it was on the dark web that let's talk about the use of social screen. do you want to see how your are needed to cut global warming. i spoke to richard
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everything around me, they are suing media because it can send out the sheriff, executive headteacher at harrogate grammar portfolio is the link? high—level paris, karachi, nairobi, we will school, and president of the association of school most horrific images very fast. what laughter. not too bad. let's make it a lwa ys paris, karachi, nairobi, we will always stand with them. to the and college leaders, this individual posted his ideology, volkswagen and the ceo. but they are about what he thought about children do you think the social media will not take too long is my answer. terrorists we have the message that taking time off school. i know amber rudd was in the us to companies are doing? this will be a they won't divide us and the more well, as geography saying is that what they did is they sold bonds and otherfinancial if your pension is invested they won't divide us and the more ensure we get this material before test of how effective they have overseas, and might be worth a they try to divide communities, teacher, a parent, and a it comes onto the internet and been, how long did it take them from little bit less. that is because if instruments to american investors, communities will come together raising some $13 billion. but when because love and unity are stronger learning that the live streaming it they were doing that, they knew all than hatred and they will win.|j inhabitant of our planet, internet providers use, that use was going on to ending it, taking i am passionate about this cause. about the admission scanner that was it isn't dollars, translating is do i agree with taking off to school quite strong, so you will get artificial intelligence and that is down reposts of that material and slightly less for your money. 0n the to support the cause? think there could be a concern that what we need to be greater at, and there will need to be an audit of other hand, partners going up maybe what we are seeing in recent years happening in volkswagen. but the no, i do not. also in society the government has that process. the man who has been and months is an increased number of american investors i think was that being optimistic about brexit. you will expect that from an educator. put up prevent and channel and we it was sold to investors unlawfully identified as the gunman was clearly i do not want children because they knew they were bad attacks targeting religious to lose their valuable time in school. things happening in the company, and communities, the jewish community what if they have making full use of social media even looking a little bit stronger there. yet, they still sell these financial and the muslim community here and in parental agreement then? while it was going on and he new zealand. it's important to date would you find the parents all have a responsibility to instruments to investors here. the who let their children take time off school? published this document he has we would always try to avoid taking challenge something when you see that it's not about muslims being that kind of action against parents. called a manifesto which contains we understand that the spirit hatred. how far should regulation former chief executive is also being the victims and non—muslims being all sorts of extremist views and you let's —— go? you get into the area of free sued? he is also being sued cell have been looking into that. the victims and non—muslims being the perpetrators, just as when isis of this action is very positive. teachers are warning that many hits it is not about those religious speech and you don't want to clamp all sorts of extremist views and you have been looking into thatm seemed important to realise the schools have to "pick up volkswagen for its part has counted groups. it is a bit of a small group down on that but you don't want to reason he carried out the attack was the pieces" of families living to let that sec is a and the logic in poverty, using school i am delighted that budgets to provide food, children are taking give oxygen to extremists. quite twofold, firstly to kill as many shoes and even clean of terrorists killing innocent an interest in something clothes for children. people and the majority of people as important as a global warming. that they are using is in fact the association of school invaders, as he saw them, as and college leaders, says this isn't sustainable standing up against that because for too long, i think, clearly we have seen that the threat when many schools are facing
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possible and secondly to promulgate budget cuts and teachers our children have been interested flawed, this is not what happened are under more pressure. in a kind of consumer is maintained by individuals who are 0ur education correspondent with the investors who that 99.999% of people believe in love these ideas. they fall into three being sucked into extremism, whether frankie mccamley reports. and unity, if we get our voice out inspired by daesh or al-qaeda, the investments, they make their money turned to the back of their books. categories. first there is a there, that zero point 0001% of conspiracy theory at the heart of it government banned national action english lesson to seven pupils. back with interest. cell volkswagen society and happy to benefit looks like it wants to be fighting people will not be able to divide and rightly so but that is not. called the great replacement, an from that, not thinking these charges. like that —— idea that was brought to promising us. they think at some point they is brighter when we work everyday we get material online with the young people and educate bya idea that was brought to promising them on what they can do and be stress levels are high due to a lack will win because they get which is sucking british individuals by a french polemicist, that theory of staff, she had to teach math as communities to stand up to each powerful in our system to make a into this poisoned ideology so do is that european elites are other and to date we are here with difference. tonight is comic relief‘s you have to do, we have freedom of big live show — looks like it wants to be fighting replacing the european population in well. much larger class sizes, we raising funds for community projects people of the numbers of different acoss the uk and internationally. these charges. like that -- markets? the show will feature a specially faiths to say that communities will speech but we also have regulations a little bit filing, 117 against order to fund economic expansion, so shot sequel to the hit comedy have 32 people and our classes, so keep believing in unity and fight to site we will challenge religious thatis order to fund economic expansion, so that is one big part of that and that hatred. thank you for that. four weddings and a funeral. hatred and those who incited, but i that is one big part of that and thatis that is one big part of that and that is the main idea but there are marking is taxable. and in maths, yes, the original cast eight—year—old. ajob a little bit filing, 117 against eight—year—old. a job to us again, members are returning other parts of conspiracy to far would say we have to do everything there is a heightened security to their roles 25 years on. have to mike a paper that assesses 0ur entertainment correspondent we can and one part i would say the very much credited the brexit right neo nazi thinking that go into presence across london, announced by shenanigans. pat increases in value. lizo mzimba reports. their skills and i have to maths his manifesto and one is neo— sadiq khan, in particular extra government has it right, mi5 said it is going up and people are more charles. classes and six english classes. 0n police outside london's mosques to last year that the far right nazism, on the front cover of the carrie. keep worshippers safe and more extremism is a priority for our document and in the bag he carried tom. intelligence services and i would optimistic. there is a thing called the black most nights i go home, i am broadly counterterrorism experts will talk to the home secretary say do what you have to do to ensure fiona. sun which was developed by himmler exhausted. i have my kink, i will a man in his fifties has later this afternoon to see if any this material is taken off because been shot dead by police and isa sit for an hour or so and try to get matthew. it isa near the centre of birmingham. through it. i got to bed about nine other measures can be implemented to the sequel to one of the most this material is taken off because it is a real threat to our society west midlands police says sun which was developed by himmler and is a mosaic in ss headquarters
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the shooting was part o'clock every night and felt more successful comedies ever will be and our country. the christchurch of an intelligence—led operation, protect the uk's mosques from terror one of the centrepieces but was not related to terrorism. in germany, so there is a direct of this evening's show. the incident has been referred and some surprise guests. to the independent office nazi link and finally all the way tired in the morning. if things do attacks. surprise guests like the star for police conduct. not change soon, i do not know how of tv‘s biggest drama gunman also appears to have the former liberal party leader, through his manifesto, there are the christchuch gunman also appears for years, bodyguard. lord steel, has been many more years i can do it. as the published a document in which he set suspended from the liberal democrats to have published a document before are you comfortable in dealing out his intentions. records of essentially muslim the attack in which he set with someone who is much over allegations he did not do out his intentions. better looking than you ? enough to tackle an mp over claims he espoused a far—right, of child sexual abuse. association of college and school anti—immigrant ideology he espoused a far—right, european battled stretching from the leaders hold a meeting, they are as the basis for his actions. anti—immigrant ideology lord steel told the independent 0ur security correspondent i suppose that's possible. as the basis for his actions. worried that it is having schools at gordon corera reports. i'll give it my best shot. 0ur security correspondent inquiry into child sexual abuse that eighth century through to the bosnia brenton tarrant has been comic relief says new elements in 1979 he asked the late mp conflict and he sees himself as part identified as the 28—year—old sir cyril smith about claims responsible for the attacks, a breaking point. not only are they are key to keeping things fresh. gordon corera reports. he abused boys at a rochdale of that train of resistance against struggling with their own budgets, issuing warnings beforehand on social media and then streaming hostel in the 1960s. they are picking up pieces from the well, we have tried to get himself live on the internet new people involved, muslim invasions. building a that is the truth. lord steel said he came away local community by washing clothes carrying it out. we have tried to get from the conversation "assuming" justification in his mind for what younger comedians involved. that smith had committed and opening food banks. there is a he was not known to the authorities you try and get people who have he has carried out today. then there the offences but claimed in new zealand or australia, never helped you before, it was "nothing to do" with him. and then you just hope brenton tarrant has been identified is this idea of the 1a words. where he was born. lenny turns up. negotiation of an extra £750 million which dance, which first became as the 28—year—old responsible for i can confirm that the individual popular in the 19605... the attacks. for schools and is working on some familiar faces will be doing issuing warnings beforehand thousands of schoolchildren who was taken into custody, i have a very unusual university challenge. on social media and then worldwide have abandoned classrooms he has carried out today. then there is this idea of the 14 words. they are well—known and common meaning streaming himself live for a day of protest calling improving teacher's well—being. with across them, place them on the hips. on the internet carrying it out. for more action you find the road near nazism, it been advised is an australian—born jump, to twist. he was not known to against climate change. student numbers rising, the help is the authorities in new citizen and, obviously, zealand or australia children in the uk havejoined sta rts you find the road near nazism, it where he was born. teenagers in india, south korea, starts with a group called the order for my money to be pledged. that element of the investigation, this is, i think, the highest i can confirm that the individual, who was taken into australia and france australian authorities are involved altitude i've been in my life. custody, i have been advised to go on strike. and there are a few neo—nazi groups and some very different they are inspired by swedish in, and i will be proceeding is an australian born citizen and, which do not reference them. he tonight is comic relief‘s big live challenges have already obviously, that element show — raising funds with their investigation which has helped raise huge amounts. of the investigation, australian teenager greta thunberg, for community projects acoss breakfast‘s very own dan walker authorities are involved in the uk and internationally. already been stood up, is one of a team of celebrities and i will be proceeding with their wrote the words on his gun and he the show will feature a specially investigation which has who protests weekly outside who climbed kilimanjaro already been stood up, sweden's parliament. shot sequel to the hit comedy four involving all the relevant agencies. involving all the relevant agencies. weddings and a funeral, scientists say tougher measures twice references them in the with the original cast just before the attack for comic relief last month. ma nifesto. members returning to he posted a link online just before the attack he posted twice references them in the manifesto. if you go on social a link online to their roles 25 years on. to a rambling 70—page document. we did it, we did it together,
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a rambling 70—page document. are needed to cut global warming. in it he described himself media, this stuff is readily and we did it for comic relief. 0ur entertainment correspondent in it, he described as a racist, lizo mzimba reports. himself as a racist, thank you so much for your support. time for a look at the weather... available. it is and that is fascist and nationalist. fascist and nationalist. charles. thank you. carrie. he said he wanted to target tom. he said he wanted to target concerning because you fall into a fiona. what he called invaders, while a more than 2a—hour danceathon what he called invaders, rabbit hole, when you watch one in order to incite violence in order to incite violence matthew. by strictly hosts claudia winkleman and spread fear. and spread fear. and tess daly has raised more he said he was not a member of any it looks like the weather is going video putting forward the idea of the sequel to one of the most he said he was not a member of any than £1 million for organisation but does say to get much worse than before it the great replacement or foreign successful comedies ever will be he interacted with many one of the centrepieces organisation but does say this year's appeal. nationalist groups, he interacted with many nationalist taking his inspiration from others who of this evening's show. had carried out attacks. invasion of europe, you will be groups, taking his inspiration gets better. some of the cloud has and some surprise guests. from others who have shown a video after video, all you carried out attacks. been breaking up a cost uk. think of have to do is seek three or four and surprise guests like the star if you look at his facebook page, and comic relief of tv‘s biggest drama will be starting at seven for years, bodyguard. you can see the influence o'clock tonight on bbc one. if you look at his facebook page, you can see the influence of some sunshine and showers. stock and youtube will recommend hundreds of of the international connections are you comfortable in dealing the international connections or gusty winds to the latter part of others with the same message and you or influences he has got and then, now it's time for a look with someone who is much at the weather with darren bett. influences he has got and then, the afternoon. for the evening, will rarely find a counter narrative better looking than you ? of course, what we have seen hello there. of course, what we have i suppose that's possible. it looks like the weather seen is the rise of which says this is rubbish, here's is the rise of islamophobia. is going to get much worse before it gets better. islamophobia, he was not showers ease off across northern the other argument. how do you i'll give it my best shot. he was not on the australian we need to look out in the atlantic, on the australian security services comic relief says new elements areas, but rain comes back in from security services or police and we have got a lot or police watchlist either and i think watchlist either, and i think that that has to raise some the southwest, that is going to turn are key to keeping things fresh. of cloud streaming our way. fundamental questions challenge these ideas? that is has to raise some this area of cloud about the monitoring a snow on the top of that ten ninth well, we have tried to get is thickening, we have difficult, it's important to create new people involved, fundamental questions a deepening area of low of these groups. about the monitoring pressure developing. some of the clouds have been that is the truth. he claims he began planning his because we are running into cold air we have tried to get of these groups. content difficult, it's important to create co nte nt to difficult, it's important to create content to take these ideas to younger comedians involved. breaking up in the uk. attack two years ago. you try and get people who have he claims he began planning his pieces and secondly that social never helped you before, he said he came to new zealand only and then you just hope attack two years ago. think of it as some temporarily while —— the top of the pennines. the site lenny turns up. sunshine and showers. media companies promote them in which dance, which first became he says he came to new zealand some strong and gusty winds he planned and trained. only temporarily whilst towards the latter part a nswer to media companies promote them in answer to these sorts of popular in the 19605... of the afternoon. at the weekend, we have a deepening some familiar faces will be doing he planned and trained, but then in the last three months, still raining in other parts area of low pressure so the winds incitements. your organisation a very unusual university challenge. across them, place them on the hips. decided to carry out his of england and wales. area of low pressure so the winds are going to strengthen. that means
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but then in the last three months deepening of the low move out to the focuses on countering extremism of attack in christchurch. the rain comes back jump, to twist. he decided to carry out his attack now the new zealand authorities, in from the southwest, in christchurch. sea, but we are not expected this to all sorts. what part does education now the new zealand authorities, who have never had to face and that is going to turn into snow play in that? education plays an this is, i think, the highest an attack like this, who had never had to bea sea, but we are not expected this to be a known stone. there be a major will be urgently trying on the tops of the face an attack like this, altitude i've been in my life. pennines. to establish whether or not will be urgently trying to establish temperature difference on saturday. important part but it's important some areas seeing rain, something and some very different anyone else was involved, whether or not anyone snow. i do not think the snow will that reaches vulnerable people, the challenges have already whilst they and other governments else was involved. will also be hoping that these last longer and northern ireland, helped raise huge amounts. they and other governments will also same groups this information breakfast‘s very own dan walker events do not lead to any further be hoping that these events do not nor indeed in the northern pennines. is one of a team of celebrities we are running into the cold reaches, and that's why rebutting air, northern parts lead to any further who climbed kilimanjaro seeing a touch of frost, these arguments is so important and for comic relief last month. violence in response. for the we did it, we did it together, south, much, much milder. a deepening area of low it should dry off at the end of the it's vital people make videos and and we did it for comic relief. pressure, so the winds violence in response. we can talk more on this now are going to strengthen. thank you so much for your support. with the new zealand—born the main deepening of the lull takes island, but we had this rain band put out material to explain why it conservative mp, paul beresford, thank you. place as it moves out into the north sweeping, that is going to be happy is not true. what is the proportion who joins us from westminster. sea. to pay some flooding. i had a date, we are not expecting this to be a main storm. there has been condemnation we have guest at 50, 60 mph. —— we of extremism and counter extremism? there will be major temperature of the attacks from political while a more than 2a—hour danceathon thank you forjoining us here this differences on saturday. and religious leaders some areas seeing rain, around the world. by strictly hosts claudia winkleman some seeing snow. 0ur correspondent richard galpin has and tess daly has raised more i do not think that been looking at the political here, there is considerably more extremist snow will last too long and around the world, than £1 million for afternoon on what must have been an in northern ireland nor indeed material on youtube and social media over northern pennines. this year's appeal. have gusts of 50, 60 mph. the rain than anti—extremist material. immensely upsetting day because you the snow will linger in scotland, material on youtube and social media a couple of centimeters, to the events in christchurch. have close connections with new even down to 100—200 meters. sleeps through, still being happy than anti-extremist material. how do time zealand. i was born and bred there, we avoid regulation of social media it should dry off a bit at the new zealand high commission for a row, the deepening love text for a look at the weather... in northern ireland, in london this morning, companies or is that inevitable? educated there, many of you will but we have got this rain band a vigil in memory of of winter nest away from parts of sweeping into northern ireland. all those killed and have seen lord of the rings, i left the uk, he thinks it compounded that that is going to be heavy injured in the christchurch attack. it's inevitable if the companies do to bring in some flooding. and also today, the house of commons from a farm in the middle of that ahead of it, we have expressed its revulsion at the mass on sunday. that is still going to be not take action themselves because and looks like the weather is going gusts of 50, 60 miles per shooting of men, women and children, a windy day on sunday. there will be beautiful countryside. it is hour. who had been attending friday to get much worse than better. this there will be irresistible pressure prayers. a windy day on sunday. there will be for legislation by government, these
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a mixture of sunshine, a mix of area of cloud is thickening, we have showers, those showers can beat multiracial and multi—religion, are private companies and there is a area of cloud is thickening, we have a deepening area of low pressure wintry over the hill. temperatures successfully, it is seen as safe and this barbarity, this evil, this depravity, will not prevail. reputational risk when they are developing. some of the class are many tourists go there for that we will stand up are getting back to where they the rain sweeps through to it, and it should be at this time of year. as associated with these dangerous picking up in the uk. think of some reason so this will come as a shock will be defeated. colleagues, i propose a minute's ideas. how delicate balance is it and if that this man thinks he will sunshine and shabbos. so strong and heavy for a while, we look ahead it's getting that right and not stifling gusty winds towards the latter part should be at this time of year. as we look ahead its next week, we are of the afternoon. still brain its divide new zealand, it will have the silence starting now. looking into some chilly mornings, free speech? the best answer to a but less and on a positive note other parts of england and wales. opposite effect, they will pull depending low takes wintriness a way in a tweet, the prime because with higher pressure around more speech and that is why it's together and the charity raising minister expressed the rain comes back in from the money for these people is already in parts of the uk, and her deepest condolences to the things should calm people of new zealand, saying her that street —— jet stream, it will important that rebutting these ideas southwest, and that is going to turn down a bit for sunday. thoughts are with all those affected that is still going ta kes important that rebutting these ideas into snow on the tops of the to be a windy day. by this sickening act of violence. takes priority. thank you. rising high, over $200,000 which is there will be a mixture and likewise, the mayor be blessed windy. of london, sadiq khan, of sunshine, showers as well. describing what's happened a big figure considering the small some of those showers as heartbreaking news, innocent pennines. we are running into the can be wintry of the people murdered because of their here, ministers are in talks hills. with the democratic unionists cold air, a touch of frost, for the population. how diverse society is temperatures are going back faith. to try to get them to back to where they should be for this ahead of friday prayers at new zealand? very, it was when i was theresa may's deal, ahead of a third time of year. the finsbury mosque in north london, commons vote on the package. south, much, much milder. a flowers have been left in memory earlier, i spoke to alex forsyth who gave us the latest from westminster. deepening area of low pressure, so of the victims in new zealand. we note to reason to put her brexit the winds are going to strengthen. a kid but they were just classmates, as we look to next week, the main deepening of the load takes what's happened is some misty, chilly morning. very shocking for deal back to the house of commons place as it moves out into the north the muslim community, but here, when i went to university they were they are determined next week, some misty, chilly morning. not to be intimidated. next tuesday in the hope she can get let's end on a positive note sea. we are not expecting this to be fellow students, we imported a lot because with higher pressure it through a third time but it has around gesturing for that north, here in the muslim community, a main storm. there beat the major of stu d e nts we are resilient, fellow students, we imported a lot of students from south—east asia so most places will be drier and less and we will not accept that. also been resoundingly rejected temperature differences on saturday. windy. it was very multiracial but we twice and the dup haven't supported didn't think of it as so, we were today, i believe more than 2000 people will be attending prayer here it. i understand the focus of the ido temperature differences on saturday. i do not think that snow will last just students. the security level to show solidarity too long in northern ireland or the
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and to show we are not conversations between the government scared and we are getting on with northern neck or month. the snow has had to go up which is and the dup come back to the will linger in scotland. it should our lives as normal. unprecedented and unusual for new backstop, that insurance plant to ensure there is now a hard border in dry offa in some parts of the muslim will linger in scotland. it should dry off a bit annoyed that island, zealand. what are your concerns world, like here in turkey, but we had this rain and seeping about the impact it might have on there's already been ireland. the concern for the dup and an angry response to the mass killing in new zealand. society there when it is so open and some brexiteers is that if we enter into northern ireland. i had a date, we have gusts of 50, 60 miles per friendly ordinarily? the community that arrangement, because there was translation: with this attack, no trade deal in place, the uk could hour. —— ahead of it. the rate work closely with the police and islamophobia, whose rise end up staying in it indefinitely with many of the intelligence the whole world has been forces. the public will come watching and for a long time without any way of getting out. so has even been encouraging, together and look over their exceeded the level of shoulder in case, i would have individual harassment the focus of conversation is on the and reached sweeps through heavy for a while, the dimension of a massacre. legal advice around that and whether it can be interpreted in any way depending love takes that mentoring thought, it's a terrible disaster leaders of other muslim countries isa depending love takes that mentoring but it will improve security and like the pakistan prime minister, is a way in parts of the uk, and which would allow the uk to pull things should calm down a bit for imran khan, have also spoken out, improve people's marinas and improve itself out of the backstop if it saying what has happened sunday. that is still going to be a the willingness of the community to reaffirms what we have always windy day. there will be a mixture maintained, that terrorism wished, so that is being discussed. work together and to improve the does not have a religion. whether it is enough to get this of sunshine, showers as well. some richard galpin, bbc news. over the line remains to be seen but of sunshine, showers as well. some of those towers can be wintry of the the reason this is so important is hills. temperatures are going back possibility for tourists. it is to where they should be for this that several conservative brexiteers time of year. my object saturday and known as a friendly country. how said if the dup think this deal is well—equipped is new zealand, it's a good enough, they could fall in more on the events in new zealand in the southeast. as we look to next small nation, how equipped is it to a moment but first let's pause and line, so that's why these week, some misty, chilly morning. deal with something like this? it's
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ta ke a moment but first let's pause and take a look at the weather with conversations are attracting so much next week, some misty, chilly morning. let's end on a positive darren, and we are going first to note because with higher pressure very community orientated and people attention. around gesturing for that north, southern africa, notably mozambique. a man in his fifties has work together and talk together, go most around gesturing for that north, m ost pla ces been shot dead by police around gesturing for that north, most places will be drier and less into wine bars and restaurants, mix near the centre of birmingham. this is something we have been west midlands police says the shooting was part windy. at the school gates, the community of an intelligence—led operation, watching for some time, it's a but was not related to terrorism. cyclone which is now made landfall the incident has been referred will be enormously supportive of the to the independent office for police conduct. the former liberal party leader, police and the police contact with in mozambique and when it made lord steel, has been suspended the community is friendly. apart la ndfall last from the liberal democrats over in mozambique and when it made allegations he did not do enough landfall last night, these were from this country it's the only sustained winds, 110 miles an hour, to tackle an mp over claims of child sexual abuse. other country were the police do not lord steel told the independent inquiry into child sexual abuse that thatis carry guns as our normal day by day sustained winds, 110 miles an hour, that is equivalent to a high—end in 1979 he asked the late mp sir cyril smith about claims category to hurricane and it made he abused boys at a rochdale business and that indicates the la ndfall category to hurricane and it made landfall in the fourth largest city hostel in the 1960s. relationship between the police and the community. how important is which is on a river, accompanied by lord steel said he came away from the conversation a six metre storm surge. now the "assuming" that smith had committed the offences but claimed it was "nothing to do" with him. international support for new attention turned to rain because zealand at this point? very there will be something like half a important but it is two ways, when metre of rain in the next couple of days and there has already been brexit happens, new zealand and flooding because this has been time for a look at the weather with australia will be there with britain. there is kith and kin but around for some time. this was a few darren. it looks like the weather will get days ago, you can see how the eye of it's not just britain. there is kith and kin but it's notjust with britain, it's worse before it gets better, this also with much of europe and
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the storm developed and then it's area of cloud is thickening, we have south—east asia, that is why we are made landfall last night, you can area of cloud is thickening, we have a deepening area of low pressure and looking at trans pacific partnership see that moving in close to beira, some of the cloud has been breaking because many people in new zealand up some of the cloud has been breaking up across the uk to give some come from right around the pacific so this will have a massive impact which is why this disaster will sunshine, still strong and gusty and details are sketchy, we will winds even towards the end of the bring people together. paul hear more in the next few days, this be resfo rd , bring people together. paul beresford, thank you. afternoon can rain in more southern time for a look at the weather. isa parts of england and wales, this hear more in the next few days, this is a major shipping line, this here's darren. evening at the shower is ease off in formed on the 11th of march and has the north but the rain comes back in and not our weather to begin with already brought flooding into the north but the rain comes back in the south—west and that will turn to but mozambique. mozambique and into malawi and it is snow over the tops of the pennines bringing some wet weather into and hills of northern parts will see this is terrible weather in madagascar but now it's moving over land so winds will drop. and hills of northern parts will see mozambique because a cyclone made a touch of frost and icy patches, la ndfall last mozambique because a cyclone made landfall last night and with it came further south much milder. at the and here, wintry conditions at the start of the week and we have a sustained winds, about 110 miles an weekend? deepening area of low pressure. the hour, equivalent to a category two we have everything to look forward main deepening takes place as it to this weekend, this is what is moves out into the north sea so we hurricane, and as well is that there heading our way, this cloud is an do not expect this to be a named was a a—6 metres storm surge which area of low pressure which will be storm but there will be a major has hit a city cold beira, the developing, ahead of that we saw the temperature differences on saturday, some areas seeing rain, some sumps cloud braking up so sunshine coming fourth largest in the country, all now. i don't think it will last too
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through but showers neverfor and that water is pushing up the river long in northern ireland or the quite a pennines but it will linger in together with all the rain and this through but showers neverfor and quitea wind, through but showers neverfor and quite a wind, gusts continuing, it is what we have to focus on at the has been that sort of weather for scotla nd pennines but it will linger in scotland even down to 100 metres, it moment, half a metre of rain in the some time, a range of temperatures, should dry off a bid in northern cold enough for showers in scotland next couple of days but you get a ireland but heavy rain in england to be wintry over the hills, further sense of what has been happening, and wales will bring some flooding south you could get 1a or 15, the and wales will bring some flooding and gusts up to 60 miles an are. it this is the mozambique channel, will not be as windy in scotland and madagascar and mozambique, you can far south and the south west is northern ireland but it will be see the eye of that cyclone and it cloudy and damp but showers in the has been around for a long time, north, it may turn to snow later in cold, in southern england it will be this formed on the ath of march and dry until the evening but then that the hills in northern ireland and moved into the mozambique channel, rain sweeps through. that deepening it was stronger for pennines, because we are running moved into the mozambique channel, it was strongerfor a moved into the mozambique channel, it was stronger for a while, now it lao rain sweeps through. that deepening la o ta kes rain sweeps through. that deepening lao takes the wintriness away from has eased down and is moving over into cold air, the south is much northern parts of the uk and things land so you can see the cloud has should calm down on sunday. it will milder. i talked about the explosive broken up and you haven't got the cyclo genesis, that is a rapidly still be a windy day, for scotland eye of the storm sewer winds are deepening area of low pressure, it there will be sunshine, showers and dropping but the rain will continue leaves the uk which is why we are some of those could be wintry and into mozambique and zimbabwe. not expecting it to become a named temperatures getting back to where they should be this time of year, an storm but it will bring windy 0ur weather this weekend, a few weeks ago it was incredibly warm but conditions and a contrast in improvement through the central it has turned quite bad. temperatures, some areas seeing rain belt, not as not as mild as saturday
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on saturday, others seeing snow. it in the south east. next week we are we had a warm spell of weather for a looking at chilly mornings but let's couple of weeks, we have since had will turn to rain in england but end on a positive note because with wet and windy weather in the last sleet and snow in england and higher pressure around, most places few weeks, that will probably come scotland, there could be a few will be drier and it will be less to an end next week but things get centimetres of snow by the end of windy. worse before they get better. this the day. it turns drier across developing area of cloud and low northern ireland, there could be some flooding in england and wales, pressure will rain wet and windy weather at the start of the week and come today we had cloud across less so across scotland and northern ireland but a cold day in scotland southern england and wales but without sleet and snow continuing, earlier some hail showers here, this drier in the south—east of england. evening those wintry showers across we get rain here in the evening, the north become fewer, the wet that sweeps through, a deepening area of low pressure but it will weather in the south—west develops and moves north and rain turns to ta ke area of low pressure but it will take that wintry mix away on snow over the hills of northern saturday, but still windy on sunday, ireland, tops of the pennines and southern uplands, so a touch of some sunshine, bands of showers frost for the northern half of the moving down and those could be uk, much milder further south. wintry over the higher ground. these frost for the northern half of the uk, much milderfurther south. the are the temperatures we are looking first half of the week and we have at, 9 or 10 but it will feel colder this deepening area of low pressure,
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it will deepen as it heads into the in the wind. things calmed down next north sea so it is not expected to week, we may have some misty and become a named storm but it will chilly mornings but the jet stream bring windy conditions and at will be further north, we have higher pressure moving in and this temperature contrast across the uk so some areas will have heavy rain, is what it means, it won't be as wet and windy as it has been, it looks others will have heavy snow. i don't think this note will last long like the weather will calm down at least for a while. across northern ireland or the pennines, across scotland it turns drier in northern ireland but we have wet weather and heavy rain into england and wales with some strong winds. it won't be as windy for scotla nd winds. it won't be as windy for scotland and northern ireland, temperatures will recover in northern ireland but it will be a slow day without sleet and snow continuing in scotland, even down to modest hills. that weather front turns to rain across the south—east tomorrow evening, at developing low sweeping away, it takes away that
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wintry mix by sunday and things calmed down but it will be very windy for easter in scotland for a while and were back to sunshine and showers, it could be wintry over the hills but those temperatures are what we expect. early next week we may have some misty mornings, it will be a bit chilly but with the jet stream further north, higher pressure to the south of the uk, it looks like it will be much drier, most looks like it will be much drier, m ost pla ces looks like it will be much drier, most places will be dry and winds won't be as strong as they have been over the past couple of weeks.
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