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good morning, welcome to breakfast, this is business live from the bbc with ben with dan walker and louise minchin. thompson and ben bland. a banking mega—merger our headlines today: in the pipeline? deutsche bank and commerz bank two people have died and a further confirm they are in merger talks two are in hospital, but unions warn 30,000 jobs could be at risk. one critical, following live from london, a st patrick's day party for teenagers in county tyrone. good morning. new zealand's prime minister that's our top story says her government will move welcome to breakfast, quickly to toughen the country's gun with dan walker and louise minchin. our headlines today: laws following the deadly attack on mosques in christchurch. on monday the 18th of march. police in northern ireland say two people have died and a further two are in hospital, one critical, following a st patrick's day party will it be third time in county tyrone. lucky for theresa may, as a last—minute push continues to woo the dup the confirmation ends months new zealand's prime and dozens of her own mps minister says her government of speculation that the two will move quickly to toughen to back her brexit deal? the country's gun laws good morning. following the deadly attack a good night's sleep on mosques in christchurch. for the boss of travelodge. will it be third time lucky for theresa may, they're reporting rising annual sales and profits, as a last—minute push continues but i'll be to woo the dup and dozens of her own mps to talking to him about the challenges ahead and whether back her brexit deal? brexit could scupper staffing. liverpool survive a test of nerve. good morning. stocking up. they beat fulham to go back top with 11 days to go before we're of the premier league, asjurgen klopp backs his supposed to leave the eu, are supermarkets and shoppers making side to keep their cool sure they don't run out in the title run in. of the things they need?
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i'll be looking at the evidence. good morning from plymouth sound, liverpool survive a test of nerve. where we are alive witnessing the they beat fulham to go back top arrival of the uk's largest bronze of the premier league, asjurgen klopp backs his side to handle their emotions sculpture. say good morning to in the title run in. messenger. # what more can i do? hello from plymouth sound, where we are awaiting the arrival on a barge his new album is called singing of the uk's largest bronze to strangers but jack savoretti has been doing anything but that. he'll be on the sofa to tell sculpture, messenger, due here in us about collaborating with bob dylan and kylie. the next hour, and it promises good morning. today we are looking to be spectacular. good morning. atan good morning. today we are looking at an east— west split. in the east, we start on a chilly note, but a bright one. in the west, cloudy with this week looks to be much more rain and drizzle moving east through the day. i will have more in 15 settled than last week. today we minutes. have an east— west split after a cold start, the brightest conditions good morning. will be in the east, but i will have more details in 15 minutes. good morning. it's monday, 18th march. it's monday, 18th march. our top story: two people have died our top story: at a hotel in cookstown, two people have died county tyrone, where it's believed at a st patrick's day event held a large number of teenagers at a hotel in cookstown, were celebrating st patrick's day. county tyrone. police say there were reports police say there were reports of a crush, of a crush, but the exact cause but the exact cause of the incident of the incident is still is still being investigated. being investigated.
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a number of people have a number of people have also been injured. also been injured. mark simpson has the details. mark simpson reports. the news that two people had died broke just after midnight. the news that two people had died brokejust the news that two people had died broke just after midnight. all all evening, there had been evening there had been a desperate a desperate wait for information outside the hotel where the st patrick's day event had been taking place. those who saw the aftermath of wait for information. outside the hotel where the st patrick's day the tragedy were left traumatised. event hotel where the st patrick's day eve nt ha d hotel where the st patrick's day event had been taking place. those terrible. who saw the aftermath of the tragedy we re who saw the aftermath of the tragedy were left traumatised. terrible. just chaos. young ones. terrible. just chaos. young ones. the whole night, ijust can't just terrible. the whole night, i believe what has happened. exactly what did happen just can't believe what has happened. exactly what did happen is is still not clear. still not clear. information is very sketchy at the moment, but what we our information is very sketchy at the moment, but what we do know, do know, and it has now been and it has now been confirmed confirmed by police, as we have two by police, is that we have two fatalities and my thoughts and fatalities and my thoughts prayers are with the families at and prayers are with the families at this time. this time. the police are staying at the police are staying at the scene all night, and say they will give a full the scene all night, and say they
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update later this morning. mark simpson, bbc news, cookstown. will give a full update later this morning. mark simpson, bbc news, we can now speak to our ireland correspondent chris page, who is in cookstown. cookstown. we can now speak to our ireland correspondent chris page, who is in cookstown. i believe there will be a police news conference. and it is still really unclear what happened, isn't it, good morning. i believe there will be a police news conference . so i believe there will be a police news conference. so unfortunately i have to announce that three people are now dead as a result of this incident here at the hotel last yes, that's right, louise. the night. three young people, 217 details as to what happened here last night are still very few, but —year—olds, 116 year old, two boys and a girl. —— 217 —year—olds. at what is clear is that this is unspea kably what is clear is that this is unspeakably sad. this hotel, the greenvale hotel on the outskirts of cookstown was hosting a st patrick's around 9:30pm last night police were party for young people. around 9:30pm emergency services were called to the area where children called, paramedics, fire and rescue and the police, then shortly after that the police began to push m essa 9 es that the police began to push messages on their social media had been crushed, and also some pages, asking parents to come and reports that they might have been pick up their children from the some fighting —— and a 16—year—old. we have responded in large numbers, over 13 police crews, 21 fire venue pick up their children from the venue here, saying they were dealing service personnel, along with ambulance colleagues. three people we re ambulance colleagues. three people were taken from the scene in a with a serious incident. so the critical condition, two
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police have maintained a presence u nfortu nately critical condition, two unfortunately died in hospital, and here overnight, just in the hotel one died at the scene. an extensive police investigation has begun to grounds there is a bigger police try to establish what has happened vehicle, a mobile police station. at here. our preliminary investigation the moment it is still far from shows that there was a crush towards clear how the people who died did the hotel and in the crush people lose their lives. we do know that have fallen and the people who have fallen are those who are deceased. two people are dead and two others there seems to be a little struggle going on to get people above the ground and might explain also why there were some reports of fighting. are treated in hospital, one of them we understand is incredible a major investigation team has been condition. we are expecting an update from the police service of northern ireland in the next hour. 0k, northern ireland in the next hour. ok, andi northern ireland in the next hour. ok, and i know as soon as you have appointed now to investigate the it you will let us know. chris, make circumstances of this. the you very much, thank you. theresa may is hoping to persuade conservative rebels and the dup investigation now is under way. i new zealand's prime minister can confirm also that a major says her cabinet has reached incident occurred last night, was a decision in principle on changing the country's gun laws declared last night by the partner following friday's mass shooting at two mosques which left 50 people dead. agencies and there is a multi agency hundreds of students have come together in christchurch to pay tribute to those who lost their lives. response to ensure primarily that our correspondent rupert wingfield—hayes has more. at the kashmir high school in all of those who are injured or christchurch, it has been a grim dying were moved from the scene and got the care that they needed. and return to class today. two children also they will commence an from their school are among the dead
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investigation. so, unfortunately, from their school are among the dead from friday's attacks on the city's mosques. one is this 16—year—old, three are dead, the last person died khaled mustafa, his family arrived here in christchurch only last year. principal marc wilson has spent the u nfortu nately three are dead, the last person died unfortunately with his parents near morning helping his students him. and one other person remains in understand what has happened. and hospital, a 16—year—old female, but fortu nately hospital, a 16—year—old female, but fortunately she's in a stable condition and we're hopeful she will make a recovery. iam not an act of nature. in particular, condition and we're hopeful she will make a recovery. i am now available to ta ke this is an act of, you know, human make a recovery. i am now available to take questions. can ijust ask hatred and ignorance and aggression. you, do you believe this was just a and i think that does mean that the nature of what we are dealing with tragic accident, or something else? is sometimes actually harder to comprehend and harder to actually at the moment we have an open mind, understand, that someone could actually do and behave in this way. as schools broke up this afternoon, certainly from viewing some of the cctv. it looks like a crowd of young people, a large crowd pushing up against the front of the hotel to hundreds and hundreds of students from across the city gathered in a get into this event, and people now seem to have fallen in the crush. park opposite the al noor mosque but i would urge you to view that where the first attack took place. with caution. that is what we're after this horrific event it is great to see that we are not turning looking at the moment. trying to see to hatred, we are not turning to why the crush occurred. certainly it appears to be at the moment a crush. darkness, but we are uniting for love and peace. as we learn more people have fallen and then fatally about the victims of this terrible injured. what can you tell us about crime, we found that they age from this event? should the teenagers 77 to just three years old. they have been there? was it for young
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came from bangladesh and pakistan, people? it wasn't a specific egypt and somalia. some were even recent refugees from the war in persons' event, there will be a full syria, and they all chose to come investigation. it was a st patrick's here to christchurch for the very reason that it is so safe. the disco, not a teenager disco, and that will form part of the investigation. there are reports of city's students lit candles to young people having collapsed at represent light overcoming darkness, this event before the crush took love overcoming hate. once again, place. what can you tell us about christchurch is showing the world it will not be defined by horrific that? so we don't know why they were crimes committed here on friday. on the ground. certainly, there was a large crowd of people and people we will have more on that throughout trying to get up, we can see that the programme for you as well. elsewhere this morning: from some of our videos. that will theresa may is hoping to persuade conservative rebels and the dup to back her brexit deal before holding a third vote in the house of commons. form part of the enquiry. we have to it will only go ahead if she's establish exactly how they died confident of a win but the former under circumstances running up to foreign secretary, boris johnson, it. i would appeal to any young has said it would be absurd to hold person who was here last night to a vote before further negotiations talk through this with your parents with eu leaders on thursday. this morning, come and talk to us. our political correspondent call 101 and ask for the detectives chris mason joins us now. in cookstown. we have a major good morning to you, chris. i have incident public portal we are putting out that you can get a link
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been listening to your brexit casts on the website. please don't put your videos or photographs. send them to us, please. we want people to come forward and tell us what happened last night. three young from last week, very good. which way people are dead. they deserve a full enquiry. their parents need to know what happened to them and it is our is it going this week, what's job to establish that. the only way to do that is for all of those happening? thank you for lending your ears, happening? thank you for lending yourears, dan. yes, happening? thank you for lending your ears, dan. yes, good morning. involved to come to us and talk to ra rely your ears, dan. yes, good morning. rarely as we have discussed before has it been so hard for political us about it. is drug use part of the correspondence to answer questions definitively and we don't know where it's going to go this week. the enquiry in this investigation? we have to look at every line of favourite bit of punctuation for me enquiry, pathology and everything. at the moment we are open—minded on over the last couple of months has that. were the doors open at the been the question — we will be it time? we will leave that news conference, assistant chief mark hamilton, and just updating that three people died last night in this hotel. he said there were two 17 out again, to say that there might bea out again, to say that there might be a vote, a third so—called —year—olds, a 16—year—old, two of meaningful vote, on tuesday or wednesday this week. now, we were them were boys, one was a girl, and told on friday it is likely to be they are trying to get to the bottom tuesday, then yesterday the chancellor, philip hammond, said, of what happened. it is a major oh, well, maybe not, and boris johnson from the sidelines, former incident declared last night. he is foreign secretary, saying it would be absurd to bring it back to soon, saying quite clearly that there so it is not certain it will be back appears to have been a crush, some this week. what we know will happen people may have fallen, but they are later this week is an eu summit, a
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summit of eu leaders, european trying to get to the bottom of what leaders, the prime minister will be there and the uk will ask for a happened and why three young people delay to brexit. the one date that died at what we understand was a st is set in stone, but probably won't happen, is a week on friday, friday, 29 march, the date we are due to patrick's day party last night. two leave the eu — as things stand that is sitting as the time we will be leaving, iipm 17 —year—olds, 117 year old and he is sitting as the time we will be leaving, ”pm that night one week on is appealing for anybody who was friday. but, in all likelihood, that there to come forward to tell people will be moved. what will be the new date that appears, well, our good what they saw and what may have friend the question is back again, but if there is a three—month delay, happened —— one 17 —year—olds. they declared a major incident last which is what is being talked about if the prime minister can get this deal in the end, that would be sunday, 30 june. so, where will all night. one other 16—year—old is still in hospital. as he was telling of this end, i hear you yelp us, he was hoping that she would pitifully? we need that question make a full recovery. he had confirmed we were reporting that two again. wejust pitifully? we need that question again. we just simply don't know. people have died. he has updated us a few moments ago. three people have that is very true. the question is crucial. i have been listening to died, two 17 —year—olds, one brexit cast but i have to stop 16—year—old, two were boys, one was listening to it late at night a girl, and we will have more live because otherwise i dream about it here on bbc breakfast. all night long. you really don't wa nt all night long. you really don't new zealand's prime minister want that! the old brexit nightmare! says her government will move quickly to change the country's gun laws following the deadly attack
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laughter. i do thoroughly recommend on two mosques. hundreds of students have come together in christchurch to pay brexit cast, just not before tribute to those bedtime. yes. who lost their lives. our correspondent rupert wingfield—hayes has more. at the cashmere high school in christchurch, it has been a grim a woman, thought to be return to class today. in her 40s, has been stabbed to death in the leigh area of greater manchester. her body was found at two children from this school around 8pm last night. police say a man has been arrested. are among the dead from friday's attacks on the city's mosques. eurostar passengers have been told only to travel from paris to london if absolutely necessary. services have been hit by delays with long queues due to industrial action by french customs officers. the company says tickets can be one is 16—year—old hamza mustafa, changed or refunded. his family fled the war in syria, the family of a man stabbed they arrived here in christchurch only last year. to death on a train, has told the bbc the recent rise in knife crime is a national crisis. lee pomeroy died injanuary, principal mark wilson has spent the morning helping his students after being stabbed repeatedly. understand what has happened. his sisters are calling for much and not an act of nature. longer jail sentences for people in particular, this is an act of, caught carrying or using knives. you know, human hatred and ignorance and aggression. and i think that does mean that the nature of what we are dealing with is sometimes actually harder to comprehend and harder to actually understand, that someone could actually do and behave in this way. companies like facebook, twitter and instagram should fund as schools broke up this afternoon, research into the impact of social hundreds and hundreds of students media on young peoples' mental from across the city gathered health, according to mps. the cross party group says they've in a park opposite the al noor
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mosque, where the first been operating in a lawless online wild west and are also calling attack took place. for a levy on the profits of social media firms. after this horrific event, it is great to see that we are not turning to hatred, we are not turning to darkness, it is 6:10am. very good morning to but we are uniting for love and peace. as we learn more about the victims of this terrible crime, you. sally is here with us. good we found that they age from 77 to just three years old. they came from bangladesh morning. excellent news for rory and pakistan, egypt and somalia. some were even recent refugees mcilroy on st patrick's day. from the war in syria, and they all chose to come liverpool gave us a scare yesterday here to christchurch for the very reason that it is so safe. with nervous moments, but they are back on top of the premier league. they were given a real scare though by lowly fulham, and needed a late james milner the city's students lit candles penalty to win 2—1. to represent light overcoming darkness, love overcoming hate. that takes them a couple of points clear of manchester city at the top once again, christchurch is showing of the premier league, although city have a game in hand. the world it will not be defined look at that wobbly camera! by horrific crimes spare a thought for the millwall goalkeeper david martin. his side were on the verge of an fa cup semi—final at wembley, committed here on friday. before this in the 95th minute took their quarter—final with brighton to extra time. brighton then won on penalties. theresa may is horrible. manchester city remain on course
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hoping to... for the treble after easing past liverpool in the quarter finals —— theresa may is hoping to persuade of the women's fa cup. conservative rebels and the dup to back her brexit deal before we'll have the draw for the semis holding a third vote live for you after 8:30am in the house of commons. on breakfast. it will only go ahead if she's confident of a win but the former foreign secretary, borisjohnson has said it would be absurd to hold can't wait for that. are you ready a vote before further negotiations with eu leaders on thursday. our political correspondent chris mason joins us now. you have a track record of making things as clear as possible, but it for that, louise? yes, ijust want doesn't appear to be clear as to whether it will take place and when the simplestjob. it might take place. yes, good for that, louise? yes, ijust want the simplest job. you've got the most important job. 0h, morning. as you might have seen in the brexit process, not everything the simplest job. you've got the is set in stone, and as we head into most importantjob. oh, really? number one and ball number three. this week my favourite bit of brexit 0k. hold it to the camera. home punctuation can be wheeled out, the games. keep it for several to see. don't look at the back. laughter. do question mark, will there be another not look at the camera. who is going vote on the prime minister's deal? to hold the bag? i will hold it, and then you can hold it. thank you. i am glad we have rehearsed it. it could be tomorrow, it could be rehearsing it live on air at 8:30 a.m.. we will be fine. and rory mcilroy has won the players' championship after a thrilling final
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round in florida. it's his first win in a year wednesday, but no—one is saying and sets him up nicely for a possible career grand slam at the masters next month. anything definitive. the chancellor suggesting it might not be a good idea unless the government winds iam yesterday and boris johnson, i am already... you have got me idea unless the government winds yesterday and borisjohnson, foreign nervous now. don't look in the bag. secretary, saying something similar this morning. there are two uses of the question mark, and here is one that was the number one thing on the date we can mention, one week on friday, 29 march, the day people brief. he wants to talk about the like me have been saying every week for months and months, because a goal. that was an amazing final week on friday is when we were meant to leave the eu and legally that is round. the drama, the lead change. when we will still leave the eu, but on st patrick's day and everything. it looks like that will be delayed. did you think he had one of those the prime minister is going to an eu summit of leaders from around the eu later this week and we expect her to guinness clears? it was a joke. have ask for a delay. how long will the delay be? well, another question mark. the date that is being you forgotten your on tv? it is a mentioned is sunday, 30 june, three joke, did you get it? it is water! month delay if the prime minister can get through the deal and that would buy her some time to sort out laughter. other water is available. the paperwork and be able to leave laughter. other water is available. laughter. thank you, sally. see you after what she sees as a short later. here's carol with a look technical extension. it could be at this morning's weather. is it going to be chilly? for some earlier than that or it might be later than that. yet again, a million and one questions and of us it will be chilly, yes. good a nswe rs , million and one questions and answers, but we are only really
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morning. yes, a touch of frost here getting. thank you for your honesty, and there. compared to last week and the weekend's weather, what a difference. today we have lighter mr chris mason. much appreciated.- winds at some patchy rain in the forecast, a lot of that currently in always. companies should be looking the west. some of it will drift eastwards through the day. if you're stepping out, these other temperature values you can expect. into the impact on social media on you can see in western areas, young people's mental health, temperatures are a little bit according to mps. a cross—party higher, that is because we have a group say they have been operating fair bit of cloud around. all of ina group say they have been operating in a lawless online wild west and this cloud is producing patchy light they call for a levy on the profits of social media firms. rain and drizzle. after a bright or sunny spells in the east through the a london bookshop has gone viral on twitter after launching day the cloud would drift a bit a strange appeal to find further eastwards, taking some of a man who left a jar full its showers with it, but they are of what they believed to be bees showers, so we won't all see them. in parts of the south—east week in their poetry section. could see homegrown showers anyway i love the way it says, what they as we go through the day but again believed to be bees. the store used the showers mean we won't all see the hashtag find the bee gent, them. temperatures are bang on where but later realised the insects were in fact too large to be bees, joking they'd already made the hashtag. they should be at this time of year. it's been retweeted tens of thousands of times, but the man is yet to be found. normally around glasgow it would be nine, in london, about 12 degrees. what are they? what are they? who as we had on through the evening and overnight., once again we will hang onto a lot of cloud. still the odd knows? we need more information on
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shower here and there, and locally that story. yes, maybe we will get where the cloud breaks we will see a some later. we've got a familiar music track for you. american touch of frost, but it's not going musician dick dale sadly died at the age of 81, but listen to his famous touch of frost, but it's not going to bea touch of frost, but it's not going to be a widespread problem, it won't piece of music. music plays. that be as cold as the night that is just gone. equally, when we had long clear spells, we could see some patchy fog in eastern areas, but in the west it's likely to be helpful that we are looking at. so that ta kes that we are looking at. so that takes us nicely into tomorrow. you can see high—pressure starting to build in but we have weather fronts coming our way, albeit the first one, a warm front, fairly weak. here is the warm front introducing cloud, was called miserlou, the soundtrack splashes of rain as well. we start off with fog and frostbite although tomorrow will be cloudy there will be some brighter breaks here and to pulp fiction. he is credited with there. —— frost but although. as the second weather front meanders and it influencing musicians from the beach boys tojimi hendrix. you can't will bring heavy and persistent rain. temperatures nonetheless 11 to about 1k, so they are starting to really listen to that without climb. and that process will thinking of two. i know. continue not just by climb. and that process will continue notjust by day but also by night. you can see how the jetstream here's carol with a look is now to the north of us. last week at this morning's weather. it was right across us. that allows there are some cold temperatures high pressure to dominate our around. good morning. certainly weather and we are seeing more
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settled conditions, but the there are. it is called enough for a temperature is also going to go up. during the course of wednesday, still a fair bit of cloud around, some brighter breaks, sunny spells developing. weather fronts out to touch of frost. temperatures on the the west bringing in stronger winds and also some rain across the up touch of frost. temperatures on the up by touch of frost. temperatures on the up by wednesday. some parts of the north—west of scotland. look at uk could reach 17 degrees. it will not be as wild as it was last week this, 17 degrees in london. that is either, except for in scotland where it will be windy, tomorrow, way above average for this stage in especially on wednesday, and then friday. for today lighter winds march. and, of course, wednesday is across the board. we have some also the spring equinox. as we head on into thursday, still a lot of patchy rain in the forecast. if you cloud. weather fronts trying to penetrate the area of low pressure. not succeeding. it will bring some rain in across northern ireland in central scotland. for most of the rest of the uk it will be dry with temperatures again in the arejust stepping out, especially in mid—to—high teens. that is more like eastern areas, it is a cold start to the day, but it is a bright one. in it if you like it a little bit the day, but it is a bright one. in the west temperatures are a little bit higher. that is where we have milder. thank you very much. we will thicker cloud. also some spots of rain. the rain is fairly patchy. drizzle associated with it as well. it will drift over towards the east. see you in half—an—hour or so. in the extremist, the north—east of scotland, extremist of england, we let's take a look at some could hang onto hazy sunshine. temperatures more or less bang on of today's front pages. where they should be at this time of the times says theresa may's brexit deal year. as we push don't towards
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still looks set to face defeat, despite her attempts to win over more mps. cardiff and launceston 11 or 12. the picture is from anti—austerity through this evening and overnight protests in paris over the weekend. we hang onto a lot of the cloud. the the telegraph leads with comments from borisjohnson, who's called on eurosceptic mps to reject theresa may's brexit deal. odd spot of rain here and there. it also features a picture of the duchess of cambridge taking part in st patrick's day celebrations. where the cloud remains broken for the prime minister is preparing to set out on a "desperate scramble" to win support for her deal, says the guardian. long enough we could see some patchy it also shows the new zealand prime fog forming in the east. just minister meeting worshippers locally, with the temperature dips at a mosque in wellington, are locally, with the temperature dips a re low locally, with the temperature dips are low enough under those clear spells, we could see a touch of frost. generally speaking, more cloud around. it will not be as cold following last week's shootings. a night as the one that has just gone. that leads us into tomorrow. high pressure is trying to really and finally, the mirror extend its influence across us. it shows a similar picture, and says the country has will succeed. equally we have two weather fronts coming our way. will succeed. equally we have two weatherfronts coming our way. the first is a fairly weak affair. it will bring in some cloud and rain. been united in grief. there it is. the second one coming and will bring in heavier and more persistent rain across western scotland. for the rest of the uk you this is trending on twitter this morning. a customer left a blue does can see the amount of cloud, nonetheless, there will be breaks in it and we will still see some make a customer wearing a blue coat
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left a big jar of bees in the poetry sunshine. temperature wise, nine in the north, has a 14 in the south. section. the man is yet to be found remember, tomorrow across scotland it will be quite windy. overnight so the bees are still... i hope they are ok, the bees. i am sure they tuesday into wednesday, a look at are. i now feel i need to know if he just left the bees there feeling the mild air is represented by the like i cannot look after them anymore. orjust forgot them. you would think you would remember if yellows. the jet stream as to the you left the bees. i can safely say north of us, allowing the high pressure to exert its influence across our weather. last week it was right across us. that is why it was so unsettled. for wednesday, i have never left a jar of bees right across us. that is why it was so unsettled. forwednesday, dry weather around, fairly cloudy, brighter breaks, glimmers of our old anyway. the financial times this friend of the sun. you can see how morning, this is a story that seems the weather front has been kept up to keep cropping up. politicians bay by the high pressure. still producing rain across the outer around the world criticising the big hebrides. don't forget, on tech companies like facebook and youtube for failing to control wednesday, across scotland, it will be windy. temperatures 9—17 in extremist material. we saw after the london. blue and dan. look at that. terror attacks in new zealand, the man charged in connection with that, 17. marks & spencer is planning a big they broadcast 17 minutes worth of shift towards food at its stores, material and the user generated the retailer has said. nina has more on that and the other content does make content that kept main business stories. circulating this topic criticism was it took them too long to take the i have.
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material down. facebook and youtube say they continue to work to take down terrorist content. the head of good morning. punted terrorism policing say that the companies need to work more marks & spencer will be quickly to remove the sort of replacing more clothing aisles with food aisles in a bid to target content, because it is being used, the big family shop. increasing the number of stores selling all of its food products. in particular, byjihadis to they say they want to appeal encourage attacks across the world. to the big familly shop, it isa and at the moment there's encourage attacks across the world. it is a tricky one. once it is out a perception that their range there it is out there. the back page is limited. they recently secured a deal with ocado — offering their full range for home delivery. of the times have an interesting the budget hotel chain travelodge has seen a 10% rise in revenues story about the england rugby team. tojust under £700 they are calling on a psychologist million last year. to talk to them, because eddie jones the chain has just under is blaming this because from the 600 hotels in the uk, with plans to open 100 more over the next five years creating 2015 world cup for a series of thousands of jobs. collapses. i don't know of anybody i'll be talking to the boss watched at the weekend. best game in the studio before eight. and — beware the dragon! independent research has found ever. it was an absolutely brilliant new businesses which chose more traditional routes of investment on average grew 12% more a year game. there was a point in the first than those chosen by the tv dragons. half where you felt england was they also found the dragons showing off a little bit. you thought it would be ridiculous. and then for scotland to come back the missed some potentially. way they did was just heroic.|j then for scotland to come back the way they did wasjust heroic. i let loose such a cry when england made
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it 38-38. it was amazing. eddie the bbc did say they offer invaluable advice. it is not all jones has explained it like this. it about profits. it is difficult a lwa ys about profits. it is difficult always to spot the right thing. is like we have got some hand sometimes you miss it. it is their grenades in the back of a jeep, sometimes they go off, when there is job though. a very good point. you a lot of pressure, we have a few of them we have to get rid of them. he is getting a psychologist? to put yourself forward for a future dragon there. i wish i had the cash! explain that. it is like the bees again. he loved his hand grenades in the poetry section. this is a young lady called ali carter. she has just fergus wilson has refused to rent become britain's youngest qualified his houses to those on benefits, female pilot. she is 16. she will be 0—hour contract, and he says he is men toured to become either a stunt retiring and everything must go. it isa pilot or a commercial player. does retiring and everything must go. it is a disproportional power of private landlords. richard bilton reports. mentored. it was three days of the he says he will make millions. 119, 16th birthday. she must have done a it is yours. fergus wilson and his lot of paper rounds to save up for that. it is relatively inexpensive wife judith own it is yours. fergus wilson and his wifejudith own around 300 properties across kent. they were compared to a commercial license to
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offering 195. i have said no. and he get a private license. it is a is going back and i have said, look, couple of,000 pounds. a commercial if they go over 200 i said we would license will cost you up to 120 consider it. so... i happen to agree grand. easyjet120% of their pilots to be female by 2020. 2096. currently with 200. street by street, their it is 5% to be female by 2020. 2096. currently empire is being sold off. good it is 596 -- to be female by 2020. 2096. currently it is 5% —— easyjet want 20%. morning, mr wilson. good morning to to be female by 2020. 2096. currently it is 596 -- easyjet want 2096. did you have a technique to get you in the zone? i did homework timetables. you. we're going to have to sell up, which is terrible for people as i would planet. that is you. -- plan yourself. fergus wants to sell properties to buyers who will retain it. i was into mind maps. that was the tenants, but some will be evicted. and for a landlord that is not a difficult process. basically my way of revising. very similar. we have got two types of tenants, those that agree with me and ex— are we geeks? you are all right. i'm te na nts. those that agree with me and ex— tenants. most tenants are on six or 12 month contracts. once they are not surprised about any of those up, a landlord can evict them for no reason we just two months' notice. ellen lives on a street where fergus things. they have had a really owns all the houses. our life careful look. this is the brain candy programme looking at gcse and depends on whether they sell or a—level exams and how best to prepare for things. they talk about
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some of the things, dig the whether they stay. we have no say in highlighter, stop revising late at it whatsoever. no security. just night, and then you have got to try to get a neurological response to something that makes you feel good across the road, wayne and charlotte during rehearsal... during revising! have already been given an eviction they are saying stuff like sniffing a lemon. looking at the picture of a notice. they complained about a rent dog, maybe. that sort of thing. you rise. they were happy to pay as long sniff a lemon, look at a picture of as some minor repairs were made. but a dog, whatever makes you happy, and fergus sent them a section 21 then before your exam get a big sniff of that lemon and that reminds eviction notice. how did that make you of the good feeling. it triggers you feel? really angry. really angry. why? we were planning to live it. they say don't burn the midnight oil and make sure you mix your here a few years until we could save up here a few years until we could save up enough for a mortgage. but now we subjects up is the best way to do are moving again. it has sort of put it, revise for a short period on each subject, cover multiple subjects in one complete day of revision. revision is quite a topic us back to square one. they said you, we don't mind paying the rent, in our household at the moment. but can you come and do the repairs? don't spend 14% of your time but then you kick them out. section organising thing. for 7596. thank 21 and they are gone. that is a you. see you a little bit later. revenge eviction, isn't it?|j 21 and they are gone. that is a revenge eviction, isn't it? i gave them a section 21 because from years of experience, if people complain about a rent increase one year they
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complain again the following year, new zealand's prime minister says her government will move quickly to change the country's gun laws following the deadly attack they complain thereafter that. on mosques in christchurch. section 20 once allow you to be the country's police association has pretty brutal, don't they? yes. i already called for semi—automatic suppose the truthful answer is i can weapons to be banned and wants a register of gun owners to be drawn up. we can speak now to do what i like. you don't want me to the association's president chris cahill, who is in christchurch. chris, let us talk, first of all, lay about it and dress it up, do before i ask about changes to the gun laws. this was devastating. give you? it is difficult if you are a us gun laws. this was devastating. give tenant. you can do what you like. us your gun laws. this was devastating. give us your sense gun laws. this was devastating. give us your sense of what is happening, now we can see people there paying the landlord rules, not the tenant. tribute. good morning. what you are i think you have worked that out, haven't you? the wilson's are seeing now is the good side of a heading into retirement, but the tragedy, were christchurch and the power of the private landlords people of new zealand and, in fact, the world have come together to remains a crucial issue. 10 million support the victims that have people rely on them for a roof over their head. richard willson, bbc happened here. magnificent support news, kent. you can see more on that. but in's for the police officers and most controversial land —— landlord. ambulance officers who first attended. and it just ambulance officers who first attended. and itjust continues, that outpouring of love and grief let us know what you think about together. and it does make it is that. we will be discussing it later witnessed behind us. it is fantastic. we know the prime on. the special olympics world games minister saying that the cabinet has agreed in principle to govern the are taking place in abu dhabi and country's gun laws. they have
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managed to do this within only a few dubai, giving more than 7000 athletes with intellectual disabilities the chance to compete days. here, look, we're very pleased ina disabilities the chance to compete in a sport. all of them have ove rco m e in a sport. all of them have overcome obstacles and challenges to get there. few more than a teenage to see that commitment. we are interested to see the final outcome. refugee. stuart has followed his it is really important that something is finally done. u nfortu nately, we something is finally done. unfortunately, we had a report after story. this is a refugee camp in western tanzania. one of the biggest a massacre in 1987, those recommendations were not followed in the world. malachy and his family up. if they had been we would not have had military style semiautomatics in new zealand and we would have a gun register. we fled burundi to hear. but once in the cave he wasn't free to leave his welcome it. we want to see happen. would have a gun register. we welcome it. we want to see happenlj will give you time to put in your own home does make camp. as i walk andi own home does make camp. as i walk and i couldn't believe my eyes. he was this youngster, completely air peace, which has come out. is that the most important thing from your point of view is these silent, staring basically straight particular assault rifles that need to be banned? yes, certainly, banned into the wall and changed. i noticed that they had basically treated him like a that they had basically treated him altogether. the reality is these likea thing. weapons our military weapons, are designed for one thing and that is translation: because he was mentally to kill people and kill as many as sick, that is why he was tied up. he possible. there is no place for them was shouting, fighting people and biting them. i have a wound myself in new zealand. we don't need them. get rid of them. the police
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after he bit me. intellectual disability is associated with a bad omen, a taboo, and bad things. and association, i know, has called for the banning of semiautomatic weapons before. what about the gun lobby in new zealand, do you think things there are places where a person with have really fundamentally change now? everything changed on friday. an intellectual disability is not allowed even to step in. they asked u nfortu nately, now? everything changed on friday. unfortunately, new zealand, to a malachy‘s mother to free him and large degree, lost its innocence. sent stuff from special olympics and the gun lobby now has to sit africa into the camp. they back and let the rest of new zealand have their say on this issue. it is important we get it right. there are discovered a talent for sport. life plenty of law—abiding firearms has changed since they came to pick me up. now things are ok. what made owners out there who accept the need for change. they are the ones that should be listened to, not a radical group of gun lobbyists who want no him happy is that he was given close change. we know that does not work. and able. that made him happy. we have seen it in america. you are talking very specifically about what happens with guns, what about people who have licenses for guns, do you think they need to be tightened up matches like this one for athletes orare think they need to be tightened up or are your laws sufficient? no, with intellectual disabilities are they are not. the real problem we haveis they are not. the real problem we have is because there is no gun now a regular occurrence here in the register in new zealand someone with camp, allowing the likes of malachy a licence can buy as many firearms to compete not just
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camp, allowing the likes of malachy to compete notjust with his friends as they like. we have no idea who here, but now with athletes from around the world. tanzania! malachy they are, what weapons they have or where those weapons are. that needs to tighten up. this person had a firearms licence but there was no let out the tanzania team ahead of knowledge by police that he was thousands at the special olympics world games opening ceremony last purchasing multiple weapons. we have got to get that right as well. for week. today, in dubai, he got to you it is about counting the compete in front of a crowd. free to weapons, making sure every single weapons, making sure every single weapon is known about? that's rate. run in the 200 metres. we need to know who has them, where they are, and are they adequately translation: i am happy to be here secured. without that it isn't safe. we import thousands, tens of because i have met a lot of people thousands of firearms to new zealand rather than being alone. being here every year. and other dobbie i'm m—sport with thousands of firearms to new zealand every yea r. we thousands of firearms to new zealand every year. we don't know where the people like me, so i am happy. less majority are. you have been than two years ago malachy was alone struggling with your earpiece, but thank you very much for your time on bbc breakfast. chris cahill, in changing his own home. he may not have won a medal, but he has gained president of the new zealand police a community and a brighterfuture. association. thank you for time. thank you. that is a story we will that is brilliant. what a lovely be looking at throughout the young man. thanks for being with us morning. loads to come between now
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and 9:15am this morning. this morning. if you would like to time now to get the news, travel, get in contact with anything you see on the programme, normal ways, bbc brea kfast on the programme, normal ways, bbc breakfast is where you can find us and weather where you are. on e—mail. breakfast is where you can find us on e-mail. i am trying to look. we got some replies to the bees. good morning. i'm asad ahmad. following friday's terrorist attack on a mosque in new zealand, which left 50 people dead, strange but believable story. i am mayor of london sadiq khan willjoin senior government ministers sure a lot of people have been at a mosque in central london today to pledge to work with young people in sending out a clear message against islamophobia. there, done that. ok, iwill they'll be joined at the mosque sure a lot of people have been there, done that. ok, i will buzz off now. perfect place to hold a by the archbishop of canterbury, spelling bee. these bees that aren't justin welby, and chief rabbi, bees were left in a shop next to the ephram mervis, in calling an end to all forms of hate — poetry section in a jar. i don't understand if they are not bees what they are. i have got a pun ready. if including anti—semitism. there is every bacon shortage i have got one. i hope there is never a police are investigating a suspected bacon shortage. you had to find a far—right inspired attack in which a teenager was stabbed near heathrow airport. it happened at the weekend in stanwell, where a man carrying way. a baseball bat and a knife was seen time now to get the news, travel, shouting racist comments. counter—terrorism police say it had the "hallmarks of a terror event". a man aged 50 was arrested and weather where you are. on suspicion of attempted murder. the 19—year—old victim suffered good morning. i'm asad ahmad. following friday's terrorist attack
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on a mosque in new zealand non—lifethreatening injuries. which left 50 people dead, mayor of london, sadiq khan willjoin senior government ministers at a mosque in central london today to pledge to work with young people in sending out tottenham hotspurs first match in their new stadium will be a clear message against islamophobia. an all london affair, they'll be joined at the mosque by the archbishop of canterbury, as they take on crystal palace on april 3rd in the premier league. justin welby, and chief rabbi ephram mervis in calling an end spurs played their home games to all forms of hate — at wembley this season after their scheduled move to the new 62,000 white hart lane stadium in september including anti—semitism. was delayed several times. police are investigating a suspected far—right inspired attack in which a teenager was stabbed travel now, and those near heathrow airport. using the gospel oak to barking line it happened at the weekend will notice a reduced in stanwell, where a man service this morning. with a knife was seen transport for london say shouting racist comments. they will only be able to operate counter—terrorism police say it had two trains an hour. the "hallmarks of a terror event". new carriages were due to be a man aged 50 has been arrested delivered last year— on suspicion of attempted murder. but have been delayed. extra buses are being put the 19—year—old victim suffered non—life—threatening injuries. on along the route. tottenham hotspurs' first match in their new stadium will be an all london affair, as they take on crystal palace on april 3 in the premier league.
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spurs played their home games at wembley this season let's take a look at after their scheduled move to the new 62,000 seater the travel situation now. white hart lane stadium in september on the roads, the mao southbound is closed betweenjli was delayed several times. for high wycombe — to j3 for loudwater. a company in buckinghamshire it's after a five vehicle crash. is developing a "hypersonic" engine and residents in south that could allow people to fly london are being urged from london to australia — to keep their windows and doors in four hours. the sabre engine is partjet, shut, after a large fire at a waste part rocket, and relies storage centre in mitcham overnight. on ‘pre—cooler heat—exchanger technology'. testing starts next month — london road is closed as a result. firefighters are still at the scene. after it was signed off by european space agency. and in central london, westcott space cluster pall mall is closed eastbound in buckinghamshire has further tests for roadworks. now the weather with kate. planned for next year. good morning. it is a chilly start out there this morning. temperature is close to zero. there may be a little frost here and there. a bright start. the cloud thickening a little bit later. some hazy sunshine first thing. a lovely start to the new week, albeit a little bit on the tubes, there are delays on the circle line and hammersmith & city line, because of chilly. through the afternoon the the same faulty train. cloud will thicken and we will get on the roads it's very busy one or two showers, potentially, on the m4 approacing just isolated showers here and the elevated section. there. not everyone will see what. a gentle westerly breeze, temperatures and residents in south getting up to 12 celsius. overnight tonight, a little bit of cloud, we london are being urged to keep their windows and doors shut may get spots of rain here and after a large fire at a waste storage centre in mitcham overnight. london road is partially
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there. liz spells as well. that blocked as a result. now the weather with kate. could lead to a little bit of mist and fog first thing tomorrow good morning. morning. minimum temperature, again, it's a chilly start out outdoors the suburbs down to 2— there this morning. three celsius. as we head into temperatures close to zero, tuesday, cloudy again, bright so there mayjust be a little bit spells, sunshine creeping through of frost here and there. and there. still quite a bit of cloud. dry weather in the forecast. but a bright start, some high cloud. sunny spells here and there. all in the cloud, however, thickening a little bit later. all it is quite settled. and drab so some hazy sunshine first thing. a lovely start to the new week, albeit a little bit chilly. thatis all it is quite settled. and drab through the afternoon, though, that is it. vanessa feltz has more the cloud will thicken and we'll get one or two showers, potentially, on bbc london. just isolated showers here and there. so not everywhere will see one. a gentle westerly breeze. temperatures getting up to 12 celsius. hello, this is breakfast, now, overnight tonight, still quite a bit of cloud, with dan walker and louise minchin. we might still get a few spots of rain here and there, it's fast approaching 6:30am. we'll bring you all the latest news but some clear spells as well. and sport in a moment, and that could lead to, maybe, but also on breakfast this morning: a little bit of mist and fog first a new law will allow all couples thing tomorrow morning. minimum temperature, again, in england and wales to choose out towards the suburbs down to 2 between a civil partnership and marriage. or 3 celsius. we'll hear how mixed—sex couples will benefit. as the special olympics continue now, as we head into tuesday, fairly cloudy again, in dubai, we'll find out how some bright spells, some sunshine they provided a lifeline for a boy creeping through here and there. with autism who was found chained up temperatures around 14 celsius. in a refugee camp in tanzania. getting a touch milder mid week. still quite a bit of cloud. there's a lot of dry weather in the forecast.
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some sunny spells here and there. but all in all it is quite settled. and the children's author, pamela butchart, will be here to tell us how she's keeping enid blyton's legacy alive that's it. with her new secret seven book. i will be back in half—an—hour. that's all coming up later. good morning. here's a summary of today's main hello, this is breakfast stories from bbc news. with dan walker and louise minchin. two people have died here's a summary of this morning's following a st patrick's day party at a hotel in cookstown, county tyrone. main stories from bbc news. another two people are being treated in hospitalfollowing the incident at the greenvale hotel. in the last half hour, it has been confirmed that three teenagers have died police say the exact circumstances at a st patrick's day party are still unknown but confirmed in cookstown in county tyrone. there had been reports police say there was a crush of a crush at the scene. towards the front door of the hotel new zealand's prime minister but the exact cause of the incident says her government will move quickly to change the country's gun laws following the deadly attack is still being investigated. on mosques in christchurch. jacinda ardern said the attacks highlighted weaknesses in her country's gun legislation u nfortu nately, unfortunately, i have to announce that three people are now dead as a and pledged to announce reforms within the next ten days. result of this incident at the hotel last night. three young people, two earlier, the president of the new zealand police 17 —year—olds and one 16—year—old, association told breakfast he backed two boys and a girl. at around
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the upcoming reforms. 9:30pm last night the emergency services in this area were called to the area, reports of children, young everything changed on friday. people being crushed, and also some u nfortu nately, everything changed on friday. unfortunately, new zealand to a reports that there may have been some fighting. we have responded in large degree lost its innocence. and the gun lobby now has to sit back large numbers, over 13 police crews and let the rest of new zealand have arrived, over 21 fire personnel their say on this issue. it is arrived, over 21 fire personnel arrived, supported by ambulance colleagues. and three people were important we get it right. there is plenty of law—abiding firearms taken to the —— from the scene in owners out there who accept the need for change, they are the ones that should be listened to, not a radical group of gun lobbyists who want critical condition. two radical change. we know that doesn't u nfortu nately critical condition. two unfortunately died in hospital and work, we've seen it in america. theresa may is hoping to persuade conservative rebels and the dup one died at the scene. an extensive to back her brexit deal before police investigation has now begun holding a third vote to try and establish what has in the house of commons. happened here. a preliminary the prime minister will only do investigation shows that there was a crush towards the front door of this so if she's confident of a win, hotel and in that crush people seem but writing in the daily telegraph, to have fallen. we are seeing now to the former foreign secretary, borisjohnson, said it would be see that those who have fallen absurd to hold a vote before further others who were the deceased. as he was saying, very much in the early negotiations with eu leaders on thursday. stages of investigating what went on a woman thought to be in her 40s has and police specifically asking young people at the party to get in touch been stabbed to death in the leigh to be able to tell police what they area of greater manchester. her body was found at saw so that they can find out around 8pm last night.
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police say a man has been arrested. exactly what happened. saw so that they can find out exactly what happenedm saw so that they can find out exactly what happened. if you have any videos or any pictures, please ta ke any videos or any pictures, please take them to the authorities so that eurostar passengers have been told they can try to get to the bottom of only to travel from paris to london if absolutely necessary. that. they are investigating as we services have been hit by delays speak. elsewhere this morning... with long queues due to industrial action by french customs officers. new zealand's prime minister says her government will move the company says tickets can be quickly to change the country's gun changed or refunded. laws following the deadly attack on two mosques in christchurch. the family of a man stabbed to death jacinda ardern said the attacks highlighted weaknesses on a train has told the bbc in her country's gun legislation and pledged to announce reforms the recent rise in knife crime within the next ten days. is a national crisis. lee pomeroy died injanuary earlier, the president after being stabbed repeatedly of new zealand's police association told breakfast he during a journey from guildford to london. backed the reforms. his sisters are calling for much longer jail sentences everything changed on friday. for people caught unfortunately, new zealand to carrying or using knives. a large degree lost its innocence. they've been talking to our home and the gun lobby now has to sit affairs correspondent nikki mitchell. back and let the rest of new zealand have their say on this issue. it is important we get it right. there is plenty of law—abiding lee pomeroy had got on a train at firearms owners out there who accept the need for change, they are the ones that should be listened to, not a radical group of gun lobbyists who don't want change. guildford's london road station. we know that doesn't work, within minutes of boarding, he had been stabbed nine times by another passenger. he died on the train at we've seen it in america. horsley station. it was the day before his 52nd birthday. we are
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absolutely heartbroken. our family theresa may is hoping to persuade has been destroyed by this. changed conservative rebels and the dup to back her brexit deal before holding a third vote in the house of commons. the prime minister will only do forever. loving father, loving husband, loving son and loving so if she's confident of a win, brother. really cared about people, but, writing in the daily telegraph, the former foreign secretary, borisjohnson, said it would be and very generous. and speaking on absurd to hold a vote before further negotiations take place behalf of lee's wife, lana, she is with eu leaders on thursday. now traumatised because her husband went off on a train one day and didn't come back. if this can happen toa didn't come back. if this can happen to a 51—year—old man just going a london bookshop has gone viral about his business on a train in the on twitter after launching a strange appeal to find middle of the day, this terrifies a man who left a jar full of what they believed to be bees in their poetry section. me. because if it can happen to him, the store used the hashtag it can happen to anybody. we don't find the bee gent, but later realised the insects were in fact too large to be bees, wa nt it can happen to anybody. we don't want that for one more person. and joking they'd already made the hashtag. that leaves me thinking what are it isa want that for one more person. and it is a crisis, a national crisis at the moment. so enough is enough. they? it's been retweeted tens it is a crisis, a national crisis at the moment. so enough is enoughm of thousands of times, court last month, darren pencil but the man is yet to be found. pleaded not guilty to the murder of lee pomeroy. and not guilty of possessing an offensive weapon. he is due to stand trial injune along what is in the jar if not the bees? i don't know the answer to that.|j
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with chelsea mitchell, who has denied a charge of assisting an i don't know the answer to that.” bet by the time we finished the offender. so how old was lee in that sport, someone would have told you. i would really like to know.” sport, someone would have told you. i would really like to know. i will have a look. what are bees that are one? must have been about three. in not bees? and the other thing i have memory of lee the family is backing long prison sentences for people googled is swedish pastie recipes. convicted of knife crime. so many people have signed it, it is due to be debated in parliament next have you found one? almost monday. companies such as facebook, exclusively meat, immense. similar twitter and instagram should fund research into the impact of social to cornish pasties i think. media on young peoples' mental health, according to mps. the cross—party group says they had a big old scare at fulham, companies have been operating but liverpool are back top in a lawless online wild west. of the premier league. they were one—up when virgil our health correspondent van dyke and allison — two of their best players this dominic hughes has more. season — got themselves mixed up to let ryan babel equalise. the impact that social media can have on the mental health of young but they were given a late people is up for debate. the uk's penalty, and up stepped chief medical officer ‘s had said james milner to help that so far there is no clear link liverpool over the line. boss jurgen klopp happy between screen use and mental health with the way his side held their nerve. people can say we should be more problems. but while many agree digital technologies can be a force convincing in a game like this, but this is us. for good, today's report by a group we started... as i said we are in the middle
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of the development, not at the end. of mps says social media companies and how the boys again deal with the situation have been allowed to operate in what is just brilliant. is described as an online wild west. the mps want a levy on the profits of social media companies to fund chelsea continued their research and education. and for a sketchy run of form. duty of care to be established for they were beaten 2—0 by everton at goodison park, richarlison opened the scoring all uk social media users under the and gylfi sigurdsson added a pretty lucky second. age of 24. and their report calls the chelsea boss maurizio sarri says for research into whether heavy his side have reached their mental limit as they remain social media use is a cause or outside the top four. effect of poor mental health. one of stand by for one of the biggest the strength of the report is that goalkeeping howlers you're likely to see. millwall were 2—1 up in the 95th it talks also about the really positive effects of social media, minute of their fa cup quarterfinal against brighton, and there are many of those. but we know from the public polling we did and then this happened. around the report that 80% of the public feel that social media giants poor old david martin. that sent the tie to extra time, and it was brighton who came out need to be regulated. this report on top to reach their first fa cup semi—final in 35 years where they'll will add to the growing debate about play man city. the impact both positive and negative that social media can have on mental health. that debate will it's watford against wolves in the other semi. move on when the department for
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who'd be a goalie? culture, media and sport in england manchester city remain on course brings forward its own proposals for the treble after easing past within the next few weeks. liverpool in the quarter finals of the women's fa cup. the american musician, dick dale, we'll have the draw for the semis who was known as the king live for you after 8:30am of the surf guitar, on breakfast. has died aged 81. can't wait for that. celtic have gone ten points clear at the top of the scottish premiership after a dramatic late win at dundee. with 96 minutes on the clock, music plays it looked like relegation threatened dundee had held out for a draw. he's credited but up stepped odsonne edouard with pretty much the last kick of the game to give with creating a new sound celtic all three points. — we all know that one — ready for a bit of magic with the electric from lionel messi? guitar, influencing musicians this is barcelona versus real betis from the beach boys tojimi hendrix. in spain's la liga. his composition, misirlou, was made famous after becoming messi already had a couple of goals, the soundtrack to... anyone? quention taratino's and decided he wanted a hat—trick. film pulp fiction. you might be listening to that just ridiculous, isn't it? thinking, where do i know that one and he did it with this absolutely brilliant chip. from? good morning, sally. i didn't even the home fans had to get to their feet to applaud him, despite their team losing 4—1. looks even better in slow motion. know there was such a thing as a surf guitar. did you? no. we love
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he isjust ridiculous. on the subject of brilliance, rory mcilroy looked somewhere close it. dramatic day in the premier to his brilliant best as he won league. liverpool had a bit of a for the first time in a year. scare. they were back on top of the he played some fabulous golf premier league for now at least. in his final round at the players' championship they were one—up when virgil in florida, finishing a shot clear van dyke and allison, of the field. two of their best players this season, got themselves mixed up to let ryan babel equalise. this tournament is always a good indicator of form ahead of the first yeah, confusion there. major of the year, but they were given a late next month's masters. penalty, and up stepped that's the only title mcilroy needs mr reliable james milner to help to comlete his career grand slam. liverpool over the line. i've just got to do my thing. boss jurgen klopp happy with the way his side and if i go and i concentrate on me, held their nerve. control what i can do, you know, good golf and good attitude takes care of the rest. and if i go to augusta people can say we should be more with a similar golf game that i have convincing in a game like this, but now, and the attitude i've shown over the first few weeks of the year, i think this is us. we started... as i said we are in the middle of the development, not at the end. and how the boys again deal with the i'll have great chance. situation is just brilliant. chelsea continue their sketchy run of form. lovely story from the tennis they were beaten 2—0 by everton at goodison park. richarlison opened the scoring, and gylfi sigurdsson added a pretty lucky second. at indian wells in the us. the chelsea boss maurizio sarri says his side have reached their mental limit as they remain this is bianca andreescu, an 18—year—old wildcard, outside the top four. beating the wimbledon champion
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stand by for one of the biggest angelique kerber in the final. goalkeeping howlers you're likely to see. that's how exchausted she was. she takes home the winners cheque millwall were 2—1 up in the 95th of around £1 million, that's more than she has won minute of their fa cup quarterfinal in her entire career. against brighton, in the men's draw, roger federer missed out on a record sixth title and then this happened. after losing to dominic thiem. it's the austrian's first title spare a thought for at a masters 1000 event, keeper david martin. that sent the tie to extra time, and he'll go to fourth in the world rankings later today. and it was brighton who came out also doing that a similar throw on top to reach their first fa cup semi—final in 35 years, yourself on the floor celebration.” where they'll play man city. am going to start doing that, just it's watford against lie down. yes. ready for some wolves in the other semi. 0h, oh, it is a lonely old job, isn't brea kfast lie down. yes. ready for some breakfast suggestions? go on. it? manchester city remain on course and finally, the olympic slalom for the treble after easing past champion frida hansdotter has bowed liverpool in the quarter finals out of her sport in style. of the women's fa cup. here she is during herfarewell run, we'll have the draw for the semis dressed in traditional swedish dress live for you after 8:30am on breakfast. at the world cup in andorra. she then handed out pasties looking forward to that. along the way! celtic have gone ten look at that. i would like one of points clear at the top of the scottish premiership those right now. . after a dramatic late win at dundee. with 96 minutes on the clock, it looked like relegation threatened dundee had held out for a draw. look at that. i would like one of those right now! and skiing in address, that is impressive. it is but up stepped odsonne edouard,
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with pretty much the last kick mainly a address, that is impressive. it is mainlya mince address, that is impressive. it is mainly a mince beef type of savoury of the game, to give pastie. that is how they do things in sweden. tell us what you are celtic all three points. doing later on? i have forgotten. we are doing the draw for the women's are you ready for a bit fa cup semifinals. don't forget, of gorgeousness from lionel messi? this is barcelona versus real betis because you are playing a big part. in spain's la liga. just watch. 0h, there are only four balls and the golden rule is you can't look in the oh, messi, that is good, isn't it? messi already had a couple of goals, bag. and hold the ball to the camera and decided he wanted a hat—trick. it is just it isjust gorgeous. for five seconds so that we can all even the home fans had to get see the number. i am glad you got a to their feet to applaud him, despite their team losing 4—1. professional like me involved. see the number. i am glad you got a professional like me involvedm see the number. i am glad you got a professional like me involved. it is like when you take the scrabble tiles out of the bag, you can't look. i also fold them up, encase people think i have hidden them in that is messi magic, that, isn't it? my sleeve. that is a really bad on the subject of brilliance, outfit to be wearing because you rory mcilroy looked somewhere close could be accused of ball tampering. to his brilliant best as he won for the first time in a year. laughter. we will have an he played some fabulous golf adjudicator joining in his final round at laughter. we will have an adjudicatorjoining us in the studio. we are doing this properly. the players' championship of course. thank you. i am not in florida, finishing a shot clear nervous at all. the bee situation of the field. this tournament is always a good might be more murky than i thought. indicator of form ahead of the first
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major of the year, i will have to get to the bottom of next month's masters. this. it might be a ruse.” that's the only title mcilroy needs to comlete his career grand slam. i will have to get to the bottom of this. it might be a ruse. i don't wa nt to this. it might be a ruse. i don't want to say it, but the bookshop is i've just i'vejust got to i've just got to do my thing. and if getting a lot of publicity this igo andi i've just got to do my thing. and if i go and i concentrate on me, control what i can do, you know, morning. it might be a publicity ploy. funny, that. thank you, sally. good golf and good attitude takes see you later. ca re of good golf and good attitude takes care of the rest. and if i go to mixed—sex couples in england augusta with a similar golf game and wales will soon be able that i have now, and the attitude to choose between a civil partnership and getting married. i've shown over the first few weeks up until now, only same sex couples of the year, i think i'll have great have had the choice. campaigners have been calling chance. i love his confidence. for the change which will allow co—habiting couples the same rights as being married. martin loat is from lovely story from the tennis the equal civil partnerships campaign andjoins us at indian wells in the us. from our london studio. this is bianca andreescu, an 18—year—old wildcard thank you very much for coming on beating the wimbledon champion angelique kerber in the final. the programme this morning. you have she takes home the winners cheque been campaigning for this i think of around £1 million, for two years now. why is it so that's more than she has won important to you? thank you for in her entire career. having me on. the campaign is incredible for her. amazing, isn't probably more than two years old now. for people like myself, i have been with my partner for 27 years, it? in the men's draw, roger federer missed out on a record sixth we have two kids, we own a house, we indian wells title after losing to dominic thiem. the austrian lost the first set
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but fought back to win in three sets would describe ourselves as happily and secure his first title unmarried and we don't feel we have at a masters 1000 event. to enter the institution of marriage throwing yourself on the floor seems to enter the institution of marriage to validate our relationship or pick up to validate our relationship or pick up some of the rights that come with to be the celebration of choice. oh, that, for example transfer of pension rights and inheritance rights and ourgroup i completely understand that, don't pension rights and inheritance rights and our group now we have you? yes, lie down completely. i 145,000 supporters and they give have had two complaints from you various 145,000 supporters and they give various reasons 145,000 supporters and they give various reasons why they don't want this morning. only two? they are to enter into a marriage. there is by this morning. only two? they are rugby related and we're not talking cultural, social, emotional expectation that comes with marriage. we have many divorcees are about wales winning the grand slam. pa rt marriage. we have many divorcees are congratulations, wales. it was part of the group and they feel they saturday, we lead it then. anyone don't want to go through that again, who was watching would know that we they have found love and happiness in another relationship and they delighted in it. it was a great wa nt to in another relationship and they want to see it on a legal footing. climax to the six nations. england there are various reasons why people don't want to get married and civil and scotland had the most ridiculous partnerships for same—sex couples have existed for nearly 15 years. game ever. incredible. one more pa rt have existed for nearly 15 years. story. go on, then. part of ourcampaign have existed for nearly 15 years. part of our campaign is the right to join in an institution that exists. the olympic slalom champion frida give us an idea how the law affects hansdotter has bowed out of her sport in style. you personally because obviously you no! have wa nted you personally because obviously you have wanted to enter into civil partnership. yes, myself and my are they buns? here she is during herfarewell run, partnership. yes, myself and my dressed in traditional swedish dress partner in a legally binding civil at the world cup in andorra. partnership already but we had to go she then handed out to the isle of man in 2016, which is
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pasties along the way. 0h, oh, that is really nice. that, my the only part of the british isles that offers a civil partnership for opposite sex couples. once you leave friends, is impressive, skiing in a the isle of man, that is not skirt. lovely. do you know, this recognised anywhere else? that's could be one of my internet right, but with a law change or the searches, if you have looked at my act of parliament that was passed on internet search, what is in a friday, and the government has said it wants a consultation process before actually enacting the law and swedish pastie? i don't know. it is enabling people to go to a registry office to have a civil partnership, like a meatball. while we are doing that, shall i speak to carol? sweet that will be 31 december this year, we have to wait, and people should or savoury? i think they are be aware of that, you can't have a savoury. ok, all right. while he is doing that, carol, we are going to civil partnership for opposite sex couples today or tomorrow, it will concentrate on what's going on with be the end of the year. in my case, the weather. good morning. it is a quieter week i am glad to say the isle of man civil partnership compared with what we have had of will transfer and become valid in late. today, first of all, there is england and wales. but the key point patchy rain in the forecast, the wind will be much lighter than it has been, but we've also got some rain and some drizzle in the about this consultation. is that it
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will give people a chance to express how they might want their civil partnership to take place and for the government to work out valid and forecast. now, through this morning, important things such as whether overseas civil partnerships will be you can see all the rain coming in valid in this country when the law from the west, it is starting to changes. i would love to get some fragment, but still it will be exa m ples changes. i would love to get some examples from you in terms of patchy,it fragment, but still it will be patchy, it will be with us courtesy children, financial matters, give us of this weather front as we go an idea of how it would make a difference a. good point. i got through the course of the day and it is starting to edge to the east, but interested in this campaign four yea rs interested in this campaign four years ago when i went to apply for a high—pressure also trying to build passport and the passport office for in from the south—west and that's why the weather will be much more my son, who is 17 now, but at the settled this week, because of the high pressure. now, first thing this morning in eastern areas it is a nippy start. locally, there is frost around. equally, we got sunshine. as time he was 13, and i went on my own the weather comes in from the west it's bringing cloud, patchy light to the desk to get my passport and rain drizzle. parts of the the person behind the counter looked north—east of scotland escaping that for the most part. we will hang onto up the person behind the counter looked up and said where is the boy's mother? the point was around i know it in northern ireland, north—west because i am an unmarried father at england, wales, into the south—west. this point in time you're not central and eastern areas, cloud allowed to apply for a new passport will build for you, turning sunshine for a child that was born before hazy. eventually we will see some showers in the east, homegrown ones in the south—east. temperatures today roughly where they should be january the first, 2003, which at this time of march, a range of six to about 11 in london. now, as applies in my case. so there i was trying to get a passport for my son we had on through the evening and to go skiing holidays, and i couldn't get it unless we got his overnight, it will be fairly cloudy, but where we see the brakes on the mother along to the passport office at the same time. and i thought, in
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2019, that is a ridiculous state of affairs. i think that cohabiting couples with children should have the same rights. inheritance tax is another thing. a couple with a cloud for long enough we see locally just the odd touch of frost and substantial home and some income i patchy fog in the east. whereas in the west we are more likely to have think, a broking firm, hargraves hill fog and still you can see the rain in the drizzle. not as cold as lansdowne estimates think, a broking firm, hargraves la nsdowne estimates it think, a broking firm, hargraves lansdowne estimates it could be the one that has just gone. so as we worth up to £900,000 a year in start tomorrow on a fairly cloudy note, again like today there will be some brighter breaks here and there. benefits for certain couples when patchy mist and fog lifting. but the law changes. really good to talk we've got to weather fronts crossing to you, thank you very much. us. here is the first one taking the here's carol with a look rain with it as a weak feature and at this morning's weather. the second one coming in this one it might get warmer later in the will be more persistent and heavy week. that is absolutely right. it for the north—west of scotland —— two weather fronts. hear the winds we re two weather fronts. hear the winds were strengthened. temperatures on will turn that bit warmer as we had the up tomorrow, we are looking at 9-14. that the up tomorrow, we are looking at 9—14. that continues overnight tuesday and wednesday and on was the middle of the week, wednesday, although it will be fairly cloudy, we will study the something temperatures as high as 17 brighter breaks, we will see some degrees. today what we have is an east—west split. at the moment it is to in the east with frost around. in the west it is not as cold because we have got to get loud and some patchy rain. that will be moving
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east as we go through the course of sunshine, and generally we have lighter winds. —— we will still see the day. one thing across the the brighter breaks. the weather borders we have lighter winds than fronts at bay in the north—west. in we had at the weekend. in the west the outer hebrides, you can expect we had at the weekend. in the west we also have a weather front, that some rain. look at those is producing this rain, albeit temperatures, 11 in aberdeen, isil fairly patchy. it looks quite a 16, possibly 17 in london. and solid band, but watch how it wednesday of course is also the wagenmann ‘s with kelso across spring equinox. now, on thursday, scotland. this is the fronting question. through the day it will be dry weather, cloud, getting into scotla nd dry weather, cloud, getting into scotland and northern ireland, bringing in some rain at times, but moving eastwards. a ridge of high pressure just building moving eastwards. a ridge of high pressurejust building in. it is this high pressure that will dominate the weather as we go still temperatures well into the teens easily for some, even the through the week. a bright start in the east, a cold one. in the west, midteens, so changes afoot. bring we have the patchy rain only kelso in scotland. through day that will the spring equinox, that's great. start to journey towards the east. thank you, see you soon. almost it won't get everywhere. north—east certainly meet in a swedish pastie. of scotla nd it won't get everywhere. north—east of scotland hanging onto some sunshine. in the west, the patchy all the recipes i have found a meat based. so probably meet. good morning to you. you are watching the brea kfast. rain. patchy rain in northern as we've been hearing this morning two people have died at a st patrick's day party ireland, north—west england, some in in cookstown, county tyrone. the east in the afternoon. the same brendan marshall is a journalist for wales in the south—west. you can and was at the scene shortly see how some of the showers are after it happened.
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getting towards the east. you will see homegrown showers across parts thank you so much for coming on bbc of the south—east. they are showers, so not all of us will catch one. temperature rise, seven in the north, highs of ten or 11 as we head towards the south. through this evening and overnight, once again it brea kfast thank you so much for coming on bbc breakfast with more detail. can you will be a fairly cloudy affair. there will be spots of rain here and there. and when the cloudbreak ‘s, tell us what you saw when you arrived at this hotel? ok, well, if it breaks for long enough we first of all, very sad and tragic could see some patchy fog forming in eastern areas. does make cloud event which has taken place in cookstown last night. it is assumed that the accident took place at breaks. locally a touch of frost. in approximately ten p. m.. the west, it is likely to be helpful that the accident took place at approximately ten p.m.. police bc. temperature wise not as cold a arrived very quickly along with all night as the one that has just our multi— agencies. when i arrived, i arrive shortly after 11 o'clock. tomorrow we start off on a colder note. some bright spells. tomorrow the police service ireland issued a tweet and a public post on the we have two weather fronts, mainly social media asking parents are requesting parents to pick up their children immediately. as i say, i across scotland. the first one goes arrived shortly after 11 o'clock at night. and most of the kids had been across scotland. the first one goes across bringing rain. the second one is more potent and will bring in heavier and more persistent rain. picked up, in fact, and the parents, across scotland tomorrow it will be noticeably windy. for the rest of obviously, as you can imagine, acted the uk we will have lighter winds. temperature wise, nine in the north. very quickly and rapidly. the police highs of 14 in the south. on wednesday, high pressure still in had closed both sides of the road.
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there was a heavy police presence. charge of the weather. dry weather as they say, arriving after 11 o'clock there was a heavy police around. still a lot of cloud. where the cloudbreak ‘s we will see sunny presence. and there were a lot of spells. on wednesday it will be pretty windy across scotland. i weather front coming into the west will introduce rain to the outer hebrides. temperatures 9—17 as we ambulance personnel as well. in push down towards london. fa ct, ambulance personnel as well. in fact, there was a lot of ambulance personnel, that i spotted at that thank you. it is lovely to see you. time, five ambulances leaving quite slowly, along with three fire the budget hotel chain travelodge has reported rising annual sales appliances. it was a tragic event. and profits in its latest results out this morning. nina is talking to the boss. good morning. good morning. it fits at this time there hasn't been much confirmed. i do know at seven into a wider picture of that budget. o'clock in cookstown there is going to bea lots of you will have spent o'clock in cookstown there is going to be a press conference and i a night in a travelodge believe the assistant chief at some point. it has just under 600 hotels in the uk — with plans to open 100 more over the next five years, co nsta ble believe the assistant chief constable will be issuing a creating thousands of jobs. statement with regards to updates. but the company has had a rocky few years. and, of course, the police have in 2012, it had debts of around £500 million and entered into a form of insolvency. well, this morning it's reported revenues up nearly 10% confirmed that there have been two to just under £700 million. fatalities and it is very sad. that is what we know so far. hopefully we will get more detail this morning.
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brendan, there is not much we know, but did you speak to eyewitnesses there? there were several reports it so how have they done it? peter gowers was a st patrick's day party is chief executive of travelodge and he's with us now. involving teenagers, was that ray? that is quite a turnaround, how did you manage that? first and foremost of course. last night there were a it is the efforts of the 10,000 couple of hundred young people, as people who work at travelodge. we you can imagine, celebrating st patrick's day at this event. it is have raised our game on quality for our customers and added more at the school that happens not very choices. simply getting the product often at this hotel. it happens on better. it fits into a wider picture special occasions and last night was one of the special occasions, being st patrick's day. when i arrived i of budget success. the budget sector spoke to a number of people. the is growing dramatically. you will have seen it with brands like greg. people did not really know what was going on. but i spoke to one person also in hotels. budget hotels with more than £2 million per year. a come in particular, he did not want quarter of a million people stayed to be identified, which is ina quarter of a million people stayed in a hotel last weekend. that is understandable, but she told me that partly because businesses are things were a bit hectic, there was sending their employees to budget hotels. it fits into a wider picture a bit of stress and panic. there hasn't been anything confirmed at this time. there are suggestions uncertainty. how does that affect that there was possibly a stampede. as you can imagine there have been you? i think businesses are choosing budget more and more. it is no longer a stigma to stay in budget two fidelity is confirmed. the young hotels because the quality has not. the economy is slowing a little bit,
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no doubt about that. what we're people would be experiencing that seeing is that in those times people and they will be causing stress and look for value and that is what havoc and automatically because if i travelodge has been known for for can use that word stampede. it has look for value and that is what travelodge has been known forfor 30 yea rs of. travelodge has been known forfor 30 years of. one of the big issues at the moment his workforce. we know been stressful. i also spoke to some that immigration from the eu is at representatives as well in the area. its lowest point for ten years, 30% i spoke to one counsellor, for of your employees are migrant example, and she is very friendly workers. how will you withstand the with some of the families that have pressure? we have already seen a been affected and, you know, it is slight reduction in the percentage very sad. she was very emotional when she spoke to me stop and it has of eu workers in the last four years been difficult. it is going to be since the referendum. the big thing is making us attractive to people difficult for the community of generally. in the last five years we have brought our housekeepers on cookstown and beyond. totally direct books, bolli zero hour understandable. that is a brendan contracts, given people more guaranteed hours, introduced three marshall. as he was telling us they new management rose last year. and will be a press conference, he what does make above and beyond we understands, at seven o'clock this are working on flexibility. working morning in cookstown. we will bring any more information we can as we get is. so many details still not known about what has happened. pa rents are working on flexibility. working parents the hospitality industry is in the build up to brexit, a great career choice. do you there's been lots of talk foresee there will be a gap in the about interruptions to imports and supplies. workforce when we leave the eu all but with less than two weeks to go will be transition be smooth? the british hospitality association before we're supposed to leave, suggest there could be a gap of as how much have businesses
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and consumers been stocking many as a million eu workers once we up on essentials? leave the eu. it would be naive to nina is taking a look at the evidence. think we will not have a problem. yes. stockpiling is one of they were there are eu workers almost does make those words we keep everywhere in the uk. we have to prepare for that eventuality. that hearing. it means to buy lots of is why a smooth transition is something to make sure you don't run out. and getting a clear picture is important. let us talk about the really tricky, partly because businesses don't necessarily want to competition. in a recent survey reveal the extent to which they are stockpiling, because they don't want ibis, best western, premier inn, people to panic buy. there were rumours yesterday that sainsbury is will start rationing some products they are doing particular well, what is the plan to catch up? we you can buy online. we know last outperformed our competitors for each of the past five years. we must week that morrisons said they are be something right. in what regard? stocking up on some cupboard our total sales and occupancy is essentials. as for consumers again, faster than the market and has been thatis essentials. as for consumers again, that is tricky. a recent survey the past five years. this year found that 10% of consumers that travelodge was named for the first time in our history as one of the they had started stockpiling a 26% top ten brands on trip advisor. i of people said they are already think we're moving in the right thinking about it. that mixed direction. premier inn in particular picture is what we found when we continue to thrive. a lot of the spoke to shoppers in bradford. got reviews left because of their food. to make sure i have got baked beans other any plans for you to roll out in the cupboard, because you can more restaurants in your hotels? survive on those. and by cat and dog historically, travelodge did not do food. because also i think, suddenly food very often. we had roadside hotels. now we have more than 180
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the shop runs out of food, i want to hotels. now we have more than 180 hotels with restaurants and are make sure i can provide for my moving into city centres. we are family. i have a friend who was very doing more and more of that. our super rooms even include a kit kat if you upgrade to those. you never worried about it and has started buying extra things. nothing massive, but on the essentials. my get a biscuit, that is my crucial wife is trying to stockpile. she is problem. only pay for what you use. a very cautious person. and rightly so. but i am possibly less cautious. and not everyone has the biscuit. maybe i am a full, i don't know. problem. only pay for what you use. and not everyone has the biscuitm is on the super rooms, go for the mixed picture there. what is the upgrade. speak for yourself. 100 advice? the british retail more opening. can you see the growth consortium have said you don't need continuing? we hope to open 100 hotels of the next five years, to stockpile, because, really, creating 5000 new jobs. hotels of the next five years, creating 5000 newjobs. we see supermarket should be worrying for attractive long—term prospects for us. they are starting to stockpile the budget hotels. it is about evenif us. they are starting to stockpile even if they are not being managing through brexit and that is com pletely even if they are not being completely transparent about it. although it feels particularly like waiting for the dentist. isn't painful as we go through the brexit process , painful as we go through the brexit process, it is worth remembering it just good luck that most of our mps and everyone in like waiting for the dentist. isn't itjust good luck with that brussels want us to reach a deal to transition. in breaking news on the see the supply chain is going on as biscuit front. kit kats in the super normal. that is the objective. at rooms. he is right. not everybody the same time, if you are worrying, wa nts a rooms. he is right. not everybody if you're fretting about having your wants a biscuit. that is worrying cupboards full, there is nothing for you when i say that.” wrong with getting the extra baked beans and if you have the cupboard wants a biscuit. that is worrying for you when i say that. i don't think i have ever not wanted a space. thank you very much indeed.
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biscuit. i have not seen him since i think ithinki i think i have an eight pack of baked beans. it was a two for he made me cry with the comic relief in kilimanjaro. there were tears. as i mentioned on the documentary, i have no memory of trying myself. i mentioned on the documentary, i whatever it was. it was in ireland. have no memory of trying myselfm was that and then with jade. i was there with the kids. ijust chuckedit i was there with the kids. ijust chucked it in. can i have my cake? no, you can't. have no memory of trying myselfm was that and then with jadem have no memory of trying myselfm was that and then with jade. it was a ship containing some rather very impressive. i cannot believe... special cargo is due to arrive a lot of it is down to radio to listeners and bbc breakfast viewers. in plymouth shortly. breakfast‘s john mcguire we were told that if you raise 1 is there for us this morning, million quid from the documentary and we canjoin him now. then you have done well. i think we look at this. i think we can see are currently at 2.7 million, which what is arriving. good morning to you, john. yeah, good morning. she is frankly ludicrous. good on you. i knew it was tough but then i saw absolutely has just arrived. it felt that and i realised it really was. as if she came surfing into plymouth it was a wonderful experience and i feel privileged to have been in it. sound this morning. the uk's largest can you not make me cry again. i do bronze sculpture. she will take pride of place outside the theatre not like it. i will try to get back royal in plymouth just behind us. to normal. a ship containing some rather makes quite a spectacular sight, as special cargo is due to arrive you can imagine, almost incongruous. in plymouth shortly. breakfast‘s john maguire we have had some wind and rain, but is there for us this morning, and we canjoin him now. she has battled the elements and his it looks very impressive behind you. yes. very impressive on the
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yea rs. let she has battled the elements and his years. let me introduce you to the quayside. we are at millbrae box in sculptor, joseph. good morning to you. how does it feel to see her in this environment this morning?m plymouth. if you have ever been on the very this is where you will have you. how does it feel to see her in this environment this morning? it is a very special moment. quite left from. this is where messenger emotional. but really exciting. tell has arrived this morning. she is the uk's largest bronze sculpture. sta nza seve n us about her. what issue uk's largest bronze sculpture. stanza seven metres tall, 23 feet tall, ten metres across, about 30 feet across. she will take pride of representing? it is fascinating not place outside the theatre royal in only how you artistically created plymouth. adrian is the man who runs her, but physically treated her. this has been commissioned for the theatre royal in plymouth. and the form is of a young woman who is an the theatre. what is it like to see actor, nicola cavanagh, iworked her now and what will be her new home? a mixture of relief and with her, a brilliant physical exhilaration. i will be more theatre company. really, iwas relieved when she is back on dry land. but wonderful. this has been five years in the making, really. interested in the creative moment of and a lot of hard work and commitment and anxiety. and to see a theatre company sol her in all her glory now, well, she interested in the creative moment of a theatre company so i hung out with speaks for herself. people have been them and spent a lot of time in their rehearsals with them when they we re their rehearsals with them when they were doing othello. there was a particular moment where she just out at sharing as she came in. paused in this fight scene with everybody is turning up on votes to loads of actors coming and going.
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but there was something about the ta ke everybody is turning up on votes to take photographs. she has already pause and the poise of this moment made an impact. and she hasn't really arrived yet. it is going to and took 3—d scans, ran around her very quickly, and over the course of make a statement about plymouth, its ambition, and the future of the the last three years i have made this in bronze with the help of 30 people and a fine art foundry. city. joseph, this gulped, he was this in bronze with the help of 30 people and a fine art foundrym this in bronze with the help of 30 people and a fine art foundry. it is a big endeavour. she has taken three back to about an hour ago, told us yea rs a big endeavour. she has taken three years to create. new technology, she is based on an actor. you can see very she is based on an actor. you can see very much an actor acting in a computer aided design, but also some very old technology. very dynamic... in a rehearsal room here in plymouth. an actual person. computer aided design, but also some very old technologylj computer aided design, but also some very old technology. i am a maker of things. they have a huge interest in making things, sol she will be here on friday night with her parents from ireland to things. they have a huge interest in making things, so i have a bronze unveila with her parents from ireland to foundry in my studio, which is a unveil a statue. she will stand 4000 year old process, but i also outside the theatre. you wanted to use digital tools and 3—d printing and scanning, all that stuff, because i believe it is important make a cultural statement. people that when you make sculpture, it is an artefact that comes from the will come and visit. we talk about society and this time, and it really her being a little like the angel of reflects where we are at. these the north, only a little smaller. what you hope people will think, things are at our disposal. she is what will they feel, what will they say and discuss when they see her?” think it is a wonderful piece of work. when you stand in the presence quite beguiling, really. if you of her you have a relationship with her, believe it or not. she is a human form. there is a great watching this at home on a 2—d tranquillity and calmness about her, television, i don't know if you can serenity. at the same time, she is quite appreciate the scale of her. big. there is a sense of scale of but she is, what issue, something impact. i can't wait to see little like... seven metres high, nine kids come along and what they will
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metres wide. 20 odd feet high. make of it was a band where they will touch and proper. and people over the years as they go to the theatre, they will touch somewhere on their way into the theatre. and people will come and see her she will become part of our city. hopefully outside the theatre in that has always been a very plymouth. what you think people will think i do they see her? well, deliberate idea that she will not be plymouth. what you think people will thinki do they see her? well, you know, and artwork is a gift between locked away or standing on top of a an artist and, you know, the world. plinth. she is part of the and i hope people have their own cityscape. for generations to come, interpretation. this is why i make they will take as much pride in her art. because the words i say can't as they do sweet—and—sour and the say what that object can say, i re st of as they do sweet—and—sour and the rest of the heritage and history of this city. she will become part of hope. and the messenger. i don't the lifeblood of this city. and think we have talked about why she people he will have great city pride is called messenger. it is because in who she is and what she stands for. it was a very deliberate the actor carries the voice of the decision to make a large. oh yes. i playwright or director and they are, got a five metre scale model with a really, the creative moment is where human in front of the building and a they are carrying this message transform it in doing so. that is six metre and a seven metre. on the messenger. it is a thrill for seven was the one. you can see when we look across the dockside, the you to see her live in plymouth quys we look across the dockside, the sound this morning. as i say, it guys are beavering away, getting ready. you can see it is ready to be
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makes quite an amazing sight to see winched up and put onto the quayside. is this the first time you her here. she will be in position have seen her complete? from friday or certainly unveiled. quayside. is this the first time you have seen her complete ?” the session today and unveiled on quayside. is this the first time you have seen her complete? i saw her in the foundry in rural wales, lots of friday. ok, so, from plymouth, let hillsides and sheep and her. in the us take you to our new schemes across the uk for the news, travel, morning covered in frost. it was and weather wherever you are wonderful. thank you very much, adrian. good to see you. she will be watching breakfast and enjoying the taken on a lorry which is just up on sites of messenger this morning. the quayside, before she is taken does make the sight of. through the streets of plymouth to her new home outside the front of the theatre royal. she came in this good morning. i'm asad ahmad. morning through plymouth sound following friday's terrorist attack almost as though she was surfing in on a mosque in new zealand which left 50 people dead, mayor of london sadiq khan ona on a wave. quite an incredible sight willjoin senior government to see. from us in plymouth and from ministers at a mosque in central london today to pledge to work with young people in sending out messenger we will take you to our a clear message against islamophobia. they'll be joined at the mosque by the archbishop of canterbury, regional newsrooms around the uk for justin welby, and chief the unused travel and whether you rabbi ephram mervis, in calling an end are watching breakfast this morning. to all forms of hate — does make news, travel, and weather. good morning, i'm asad ahmad. following friday's terrorist attack including anti—semitism. on a mosque in new zealand which left 50 people dead, mayor of london sadeeq khan willjoin senior government police are investigating a suspected ministers at a mosque in central far—right inspired attack london today to pledge to work in which a teenager was stabbed
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near heathrow airport. with young people in sending out it happened at the weekend a clear message against islamaphobia. in stanwell, where a man carrying they'll be joined at the mosque a baseball bat and a knife was seen by the archbishop of canterbury, shouting racist comments. justin welby, and chief rabbi ephram mervis, counter—terrorism police say it had in calling an end to all forms the "hallmarks of a terror event". a man aged 50 was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder. the 19—year—old victim suffered of hate, including anti—semitism. non—life—threatening injuries. police are investigating a suspected far—right inspired attack in which a teenager was stabbed near heathrow airport. it happened at the weekend tottenham hotspurs first match in stanwell, where a man in their new stadium will be with a knife was seen shouting racist comments. an all london affair, as they take on crystal palace counter—terrorism police say it had on april third in the hallmarks of a terror event. the premier league. a man aged 50 has been arrested spurs played their home games on suspicion of attempted murder. at wembley this season, after their scheduled move the 19—year—old victim suffered to the new 62,000 seater white hart lane stadium in september was delayed several times. non—life—threatening injuries. travel now, and those using the gospel oak to barking line tottenham hotspurs' first match will notice a reduced in their new stadium will be service this morning. transport for london say an all london affair, they will only be able to operate as they take on crystal palace on april third in two trains an hour. the premier league. new carriages were due to be spurs played their home games delivered last year, at wembley this season, but have been delayed. after their scheduled move
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extra buses are being put to the new white hart lane stadium was delayed several times. on along the route. there's a good service a company in buckinghamshire on the tubes this morning. is developing a hypersonic engine on the roads, the m40 southbound has that could allow people to fly just reopened betweenj4 from london to australia for high wycombe — in four hours. to j3 for loudwater. the sabre engine is partjet, it was closed after part rocket, and relies on pre—cooler a five vehicle crash. heat—exchanger technology. testing starts next month and residents in south after it was signed off london are being urged by the european space agency. to keep their windows and doors shut westcott space cluster in buckinghamshire has further tests — after a large fire at a waste planned for next year. storage centre in mitcham overnight. london road is partially blocked as a result. firefighters are still at the scene. and in central london — pall mall is closed eastbound for roadworks. now the weather with kate. good morning. it's a chilly start out how exciting. there this morning. temperatures close to zero, so there mayjust be a little bit let's get a check on the travel now. of frost here and there. but a bright start, some high cloud. on the tubes, there are minor delays on the circle line the cloud, however, thickening a little bit later. and hammersmith & city line so some hazy sunshine first thing. because of the same faulty train. on the roads, it's very busy a lovely start to the new week, on the m4 approacing the elevated section. and there's been a large fire albeit a little bit chilly. at a waste storage depot in mitcham overnight, which means london road is partially blocked. through the afternoon, though, now, the weather with kate. the cloud will thicken and we'll get one or two showers, potentially, just isolated showers
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here and there. good morning. it's a chilly start out so not everywhere will see one. there this morning. a gentle westerly breeze. temperatures close to zero, temperatures getting up to 12 celsius. so there mayjust be a little bit now, overnight tonight, of frost here and there. still quite a bit of cloud, but a bright start, some high cloud. we might still get spots the cloud, however, thickening a little bit later. of rain here and there, so some hazy sunshine first thing. a lovely start to the new week, albeit a little bit chilly. but some clear spells as well. through the afternoon, though, and that could lead to, maybe, the cloud will thicken and we'll get a little bit of mist and fog first one or two showers, potentially, just isolated showers thing tomorrow morning. minimum temperature, again, here and there. out towards the suburbs down to 2 so not everywhere will see one. a gentle westerly breeze. or 3 celsius. now, as we head into tuesday, temperatures getting fairly cloudy again, up to 12 celsius. now, overnight tonight, still quite a bit of cloud, some bright spells, some sunshine creeping through here and there. we might still get a few spots temperatures around 14 celsius. of rain here and there, getting a touch milder mid week. but some clear spells as well. still quite a bit of cloud. and that could lead to, maybe, there's a lot of dry weather in the forecast. a little bit of mist and fog first some sunny spells here and there. thing tomorrow morning. but all in all it is quite settled. minimum temperature, again, out towards the suburbs down to 2 that's it. or 3 celsius. now, as we head into tuesday, fairly cloudy again, some bright spells, some sunshine creeping through here and there. i'll be back with the next update on temperatures around 14 celsius. bbc one and the news channel in getting a touch milder mid week. still quite a bit of cloud. half—an—hour. goodbye. there's a lot of dry weather in the forecast. some sunny spells here and there. but all in all it is quite settled.
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that's it. more on the rise of far—right with vanessa feltz on bbc radio london. i'll be back in an hour. good morning, welcome to breakfast with dan walker and louise minchin. our headlines today. three teenagers have died after a st patrick's day party, at a hotel in county tyrone. police say there are reports of some fighting and early indications of a crush. new zealand's prime minister says her government will move quickly to toughen the country's gun laws following the deadly attack on mosques in christchurch. will it be third time lucky for theresa may as a last minute push continues to woo the dup and dozens of her own mps to back her brexit deal? fewer clothing aisles, more food aisles. marks and spencer are targetting the big family shop by putting their full range of food products in more stores. details coming up. liverpool survive a test of nerve. they beat fulham to go back top
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of the premier league, asjurgen klopp backs his side to keep their cool in the title run in. we are live in plymouth, witnessing the alive —— arrival of messenger, the alive —— arrival of messenger, the uk's largest bronze sculpture. his new album is called singing to strangers but jack savoretti has been doing anything but that. he'll be on the sofa to tell us about collaborating with bob dylan and kylie. good morning. a more quiet week weather—wise for most of us, today weather—wise for most of us, today we have an east—west split, brighter in the eat of some sunshine, cloudy with patchy rain in the west but that will drift east during the day. it's monday the 18th march. our top story.
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three teenagers have died at a st patrick's day party at a hotel in cookstown in county tyrone. police say there was a crush towards the front door of the hotel but the exact cause of the incident is still being investigated. a 16—year—old remains in hospital. our ireland correspondent, chris page is in cookstown for us this morning and joins us now. we heard from the police earlier and this is a desperate story. yes, it is unspea kably tragic. this is a desperate story. yes, it is unspeakably tragic. it unfolded last night here at the greenvale hotel at the outskirts of cookstown, police believe there were several hundred people queueing to get into ast hundred people queueing to get into a st patrick's night disco at the hotel, the front of the hotel is just behind me. then they believed there was some kind of crash crash. —— some kind of crush. a 17—year—old boy, 16—year—old boy and a
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16—year—old girl had been killed. police believe the teenagers who died may have fallen on the floor as people were pushing to get into the event. they have said that parents this morning should talk to their children if they were here last night, they should give social media videos if they have footage or photos of what happened, they should not post them on social media, they should give them to the police because they want to find out how exactly this tragedy occurred here. we have also heard from the local representatives and politicians who said that this is heart—rending, it's tragic, it is appalling. this isa it's tragic, it is appalling. this is a town which isn't used to such sad news, it's usually a very quiet town in county tyrone. there is a real sense of a sombre mood here this morning. it is a bank holiday in northern ireland, a day after st patrick's day, a time of year which should be celebrated but instead a particular celebration here
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yesterday evening has resulted in the deaths of three young people. theresa may is hoping to persuade conservative rebels and the dup to back her brexit deal before holding a third vote in the house of commons. it will only go ahead if she's confident of a win but the former foreign secretary, borisjohnson has said it would be absurd to hold a vote before further negotiations with eu leaders on thursday. our political correspondent, chris mason joins us now. it's one of our favourite games to play! what happens next? and i go, i have no idea, back to you! and you do the next story! what is going to happen next week, there is a few things we know and there is a lot we do not which is the usual crack with brexit. will there be a third attempt by the government to get the deal through the house of commons? possibly, one of my favourite words. here comes my favourite bit of exit punctuation, the question mark.
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there could be a vote on tuesday or wednesday. but then maybe there might not be. there is definitely an eu summit, all of the leaders getting together in brussels at the end of the week and the prime minister will ask for a delay to brexit. the other date we have had in the diary definitively for ages, friday 29th of march, a week on friday, looks like being deleted from the diary. it's still written into law, that is when we will leave the eu, plenty of people will be the eu, plenty of people will furious if it doesn't happen on time, if we leave the deal, it will not happen on time. the prime minister is likely to negotiate some kind of delay. we don't know how long, the question mark is making another appearance, if they charged for their appearances they would be rich! we are looking potentially at a date of three months, now the date being mentioned is sunday the 30th
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ofjune. if a deal is done quickly, we could leave before then, and if one is not, we might leave after then. right! clear as mud as usual! if you put that in your diary, we will all be covered. new zealand's prime minister says her government will move quickly to change the country's gun laws following the deadly attack on two mosques. hundreds of students have come together in christchurch to pay tribute to those who lost their lives. our correspondent rupert wingfield—hayes has more. at the cashmere high school in christchurch, it has been a grim return to class today. two children from this school are among the dead from friday's attacks on the city's mosques. one is 16—year—old hamza mustafa. his family fled the war in syria, they arrived here in christchurch only last year. principal mark wilson has spent the morning helping his students understand what has happened. this is not an act of nature. in particular, this is an act of, you know, human hatred and ignorance and aggression.
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and i think that does mean that the nature of what we are dealing with is sometimes actually harder to comprehend and harder to actually understand, that someone could actually do and behave in this way. as schools broke up this afternoon, hundreds and hundreds of students from across the city gathered in a park opposite the al noor mosque, where the first attack took place. after a horrific event, it is great to see that we are not turning to hatred, we are not turning to darkness, but we are uniting for love and peace. as we learn more about the victims of this terrible crime, we found that they age from 77 to just three years old. they came from bangladesh and pakistan, egypt and somalia. some were even recent refugees from the war in syria, and they all chose to come here to christchurch for the very reason that it is so safe. the city's students lit candles to represent light overcoming darkness,
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love overcoming hate. once again, christchurch is showing the world it will not be defined by horrific crimes committed here on friday. we we can speak now to our correspondent phil mercer who's in christchurch for us this morning. we know that the prime minister is moving really quickly to try and get the law changed. yes, within three days, jacinda ardern plasma coalition government saying that by next week, they want to bring in tough new gun laws here in new zealand. she said that the time to act is now. at the moment you have to be 16 to own a gun in new zealand. one of those military style semiautomatic weapons, you have to be 18. all gun owners must be licensed. but all weapons do not have to be registered, which makes
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new zealand quite different to other countries. according to the prime minister, the gun laws are too lax and they need to be beefed up and we should be getting more concrete information about those changes in the next week to ten days. thank you very much. companies such as facebook, twitter and instagram should fund research into the impact of social media on young peoples' mental health, according to mps. the cross party group says they've been operating in a lawless online wild west and are also calling for a levy on the profits of social media firms. the american musician, dick dale, who was known as the king of the surf guitar, has died aged 81. his composition, misirlou, was made famous after becoming the soundtrack to quentin taratino's film pulp fiction. he's also credited with creating a new sound with the electric guitar, influencing musicians
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from the beach boys tojimi hendrix. it conjures up all sorts of images, that. one of britain s most controversial landlords is selling all his properties and evicting hundreds of tenants. fergus wilson, who has refused to rent his houses to people on zero hours contracts, single parents, and those on benefits, says he s retiring, and everything must go. charities say his career highlights the disproportionate power private landlords have. fergus wilson and his wife judith own around 300 properties across kent. they were offering 195. i've said no. and he is going back and i've said, look, if they go over 200 i said we would consider it. so...
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it would have to be 200. street by street, their empire is being sold off. good morning, mr wilson. good morning to you. we're going to have to sell up, which is terrible for people such as yourself. fergus wants to sell properties to buyers who will retain the tenants, but some will be evicted. and for a landlord that's not a difficult process. basically, we've got two types of tenants, those that agree with me and ex—tenants. most tenants are on six or 12 month contracts. once they're up, a landlord can evict them for no reason wejust two months' notice. ellen lives on a street where fergus owns all the houses. our life depends on whether they sell or whether they stay. we have no say in it whatsoever. no security. just across the road, wayne and charlotte have already been given an eviction notice. they complained about a rent rise. they were happy to pay as long
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as some minor repairs were made. but fergus sent them a section 21 eviction notice. how did that make you feel? really angry, really angry. yeah. why? we were planning to live here a few years until we could save up enough for a mortgage. but now we're moving again. it has sort of put us back to square one. they said to you, "we don't mind paying the rent, but can you come and do the repairs?" but then you booted them out. section 21 and they are gone. that's a revenge eviction, isn't it? no, i gave them a section 21 because from years of experience, if people complain about a rent increase one year they complain again the following year, they complain the year after that. section 21s allow you to be pretty brutal, don't they? yes. i suppose the truthful answer is i can do what i like. you don't want me to lie about it and dress it up, do you?
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it is difficult if you are a tenant. you can do what you like. the landlord rules, not the tenant. but i think you've worked that out, haven't you? the wilsons are heading into retirement, but the power of the private landlords remains a crucial issue. 10 million people rely on them for a roof over their head. richard bilton, bbc news, kent. joining us now is housing market analyst henry pryor and hannah slaterfrom the campaign group generation rent. thank you very much. henry, let's come to you first. it is an example ofan come to you first. it is an example of an landlord but there are many who are doing a farfairer of an landlord but there are many who are doing a far fairerjob than that. yes, there are good and bad landlords, good and nightmare te na nts. landlords, good and nightmare tenants. inevitably, it is very easy to look at one example and hold that up to look at one example and hold that up as being typical of the sector. the vast majority of landlords own one or two properties, and the vast
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majority of tenants behave well and have a good relationship with the landlord but there are exceptions. what has happened here is legal because mike totally legal. these families have had a section 21 election, that is the bit of the law which allows the landlord to evict you without providing you with a reason. you get two months notice and no moving costs or anything like that. it's completely legal, and this is a case where hundreds of families are being evicted in the same area. we know this happens to hundreds of households across the country every day and we at our campaign group think that is totally wrong and this archaic law needs to go. we -- so you think that the law is too far on the side of the landlords and should be equalled out? absolutely, it is 2019, we have
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millions of families, children, older people, people with disabilities, people who are quite vulnerable who privately rent and they need to know that the house that they live in is their home long term. we can move to a much better and more modern system like most of europe has, like scotland, so for example, open—ended tenancies where you can stay for as long as you want but you are not locked into a contract. as long as you pay the re nt contract. as long as you pay the rent and do nothing wrong, you can continue to live there. let's put that to henry, what do you think?” am nodding, we need to get the balance right between landlords and te na nts. balance right between landlords and tenants. there has been an argument that the balance of power has not been where it should be. the labour party have been looking at this kind of balance in the centre for social justice, over the weekend, that is a
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right wing leaning think tank, they have come out with similar changes. it is easy to get it wrong again. 100 years ago, just 17% of the population owned our own homes, we have seen a huge explosion in home ownership. but now that we see so many more people coming into the private rented sector, the politicians cannot ignore that demographic. so what about an open ended tenancy? fixed term tenancy, extending the term of the length of the tenancy above one year, i think thatis the tenancy above one year, i think that is supported by most. the idea of having indefinite tenancies, we would have to check carefully what the balances and checks for the landlords so that we ensure that landlords so that we ensure that landlords can sell up and they want to but do so fairly and equitably so that the tenant is not thrown out on the street. i'm sure there's a way of finding the balance so the
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landlord can still do that but evict a tenant if someone is causing damage, and yet still be able to look after their tenants. under section eight, you can get rid of tenants, and remove tenants who are at fault, in arrears, causing anti—social behaviour. but the other laws stays exactly the same so you can still continue to have that. you could have grounds for the sale of the property. you could add that to section eight, said that if you have open—ended tenancies, so the tenant could stay as long as they wanted but if the landlord needed to get the property back because they needed to sell, they would still be able to do that. we have seen some progress in the last few weeks as a result of some pressure brought to bear by the bbc. one of the big property websites has changed its rules and regulations on what circumstances and conditions landlords and letting agents can put
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on tenants, the removal of the non—dss tenants. we will see some further changes in tune with the introduction of the ability for letting agents to charge fees on te na nts, letting agents to charge fees on tenants, some changes around that. we still need to see some further work being done. you can see panorama britain s most controversial landlord, tonight at 8.30pm on bbc one. you can also catch up on the bbc iplayer. have a cup of tea. i have had one for the day, i'm done. have another one. only one cup of tea? i could put a zero in front of that! good morning, a lovely picture sent in from suffolk. a bright start with some
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sunshine around. lighter winds generally today, but patchy rain in the west. that is courtesy of a weather front. you can the west. that is courtesy of a weatherfront. you can see how the west. that is courtesy of a weather front. you can see how it's developing through the course of the morning, some hilt snow in parts of scotla nd morning, some hilt snow in parts of scotland but increasingly turning patchy and it is moving courtesy of this weather front from the west to the east. high pressure is building across our shores, that will lead us into a settled week, much more than last week. first thing it is a chilly start, some frost around, some sunshine, but increasingly from the west, as the cloud builds, the sunshine will turn a more hazy. not a bad day across north—east scotland. with lighter winds on the weekend, it will feel much better. the rest of scotland, northern ireland, wales and the south—west, we hang on to the cloud and patchy rain and drizzle, that will drift eastwards through the day and we will see some home—grown showers across parts of the south—east.
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nonetheless, in extreme eastern areas, some sunshine. temperatures six to ten or 11. this evening and overnight, a cloudy affair. some spots of rain here and there. but where the cloud remains broken for long enough, we could see some patchy fog. locally a touch of frost. as it's more likely to be hill fog, low cloud in the west. temperature rise, not a real problem thrust, just locally here and there. not as cold tomorrow morning as this morning. —— there is not a real problem with frost. tomorrow, cloudy with some brakes, windier across scotland, and some rain crossing across. the second front coming will be more potent and bring more persistent rain. despite the cloud, there will be some sunny spells around and temperatures on the up,
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so it nine to about 13 or 14. as we head into wednesday, still hanging onto a bit of cloud. there will be some brakes and some sunshine. particularly windy across scotland through wednesday, the weather front bringing some rain into the outer hebrides. looking at 11 in aberdeen to 16, possibly 17 in london. 17! let's talk business. marks and spencer is planning a big shift towards food at its stores, the retailer has said. so, more food? yes, the food has been successful and the clothing, less so. marks and spencer will be replacing more clothing aisles with food aisles in a bid to target the big family shop. they say at the moment there's a perception that their food range is limited,
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so they will increase the number of stores selling all 1,600 of their products. they recently secured a deal with ocado, offering their full range for home delivery. more news from the high street, jd sports has made an offer to buy rival clothing and shoe retailer footasylum for £90.1m. they already own 8% after buying a stake in february. footasylum has been going through a difficult period with poor trading over the summer, leading to a warning on of lower profits. both businesses target young adults, and jd sports says the acquisition would complement both brands. the budget hotel chain travelodge has seen a 10% rise in revenues to just under £700 million last year. the chain has just under 600 hotels in the uk, with plans to open 100 more over the next five years. they say they'll deal with potential staffing gaps created by brexit, by training up parents who've taken a break from employment. interestingly, the chief executive was on earlier, he said another way to bridge the starting gap, everyone who has been on zero—hours contracts
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has now been put on a staff contract hoping that that will bridge the gap through brexit, which is tricky for a lot of companies. the special olympics world games are taking place in abu dhabi and dubai giving more than 7,000 athletes with intellectual disabilities the chance to compete in sport. all of them have overcome obstacles and challenges to get there but few more than teenage refugee malaki. stuart pollitt has followed his story. nyarugusu refugee camp, western tanzania. one of the biggest in the world. malaki and his family fled burundi to here. but once in the camp, he wasn't free to leave his own home. if i walk in, i couldn't believe my eyes. here was this youngster, completely silent, staring, basically, straight into the wall, and chained. i noticed that they had basically
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treated him like a thing. translation: because he was mentally sick, that's why he was tied up. he was shouting, fighting people and biting them. i have a wound myself after he bit me. the intellectual disability is associated with bad omens, with taboo. and other bad things. and there are places where a person with an intellectual disability is not allowed even to step in. nils asked malaki's mother to free him, and sent staff from special olympics africa into the camp. they discovered a talent for sport. translation: life has changed since they came to pick me up. now things are ok. translation: what made him happy was that he was given clothes and a ball, that made him happy.
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matches like this one, for athletes with intellectual disabilities, are now a regular occurrence here in the camp allowing the likes of malaki to compete notjust with his friends here but now with athletes from around the world. malaki led out the tanzanian team in front of thousands at the special olympics world games opening ceremony last week. today in dubai he got to compete in front of a crowd. free to run in the 200 metres. translation: i'm happy to be here because i've met a lot of people rather than being alone. being here in abu dhabi, and doing sport with people like me, so i'm happy. less than two years ago, malaki was alone and chained in his own home. today he might not have won a medal
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but he's gained a community and a brighter future. what a wonderful story. lots coming up what a wonderful story. lots coming up on the programme, we have jack sava retti up on the programme, we have jack savaretti coming up. we saw him on michael mcintyre singing live. and also, you must have been a fan of enid blyton? yes, so many of the books, famous five and secret seven. we are talking to an author who has written a new secret seven book. but quite a few changes. what is that, dan? wait for it? it is the women? fa cup. we will be doing the live draw ina fa cup. we will be doing the live draw in a few minutes. it's a bit wobbly. it's like mission impossible. time now to get the news, travel and weather where you are.
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good morning. in some areas over the weekend we saw a lot of rainfall in some places over half the average month's rainfall falling in 24—hour is. this week will be much quieter, not much rainfall, with lighter winds and turning mild by midweek. this morning we have got patchy rain affecting western areas of england, wales, western scotland and northern ireland. that rain is showery into the afternoon. the further east you are, you might pick up a couple of showers but mostly dry with sunny spells and maximum temperatures eight to 11 degrees. the cloud in the west will move east overnight, and there could be the odd shower
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here and there through the night but generally speaking becoming drier. a fairamount of generally speaking becoming drier. a fair amount of cloud and not as cold as last night, with temperatures not falling below three to 6 degrees. enter tuesday we have got this warm front here, which will bring that cloud and some patchy rain, particularly towards the hills and the coasts of the north and west of scotland. that is where the most persistent rain will be. elsewhere there will be a lot of cloud and some bright sunny spells breaking through the cloud from time to time. sunshine here and there and turning mild with temperatures creeping up to 12 or even 15 degrees. it gets even milder as we go through mid week and that warm front moves through and then we have this warm sector right across the uk. except the far north of scotland where there is a boundary of cloud and a bit of rain across central and southern scotland on wednesday. light and patchy. temperatures to the north will be lower than the
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rest of the uk, where we will see dry and bright weather and temperatures of 17 in london and ten to 12 in the far north of scotland. it will turn milder. quieter weather compared to this weekend. goodbye.
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